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01-JanuaryDeath March Man Recalls Bataan, Japanese Prisoner Camps Page 3 D A V IE C O U N T V ENTERPRI/iS&ECORD U S P S 149-160 N u m b e n T h u rsd a y . J a n . 1, 2015 28 PAtaES An Early Christmas Present Underpass Road Bypassed In Option 3 For East Davie Sewer By Mike Barnhardt Enterprise Record It w as like an early Christm as present for the folks &Iong U n­ derpass R oad in A dvance. T he m ysterious “O ption 3“ for handling sew age in eastern D a­ vie takes the vented gravity sew- Living History F resh m en a t D avie C ounty E arly C ollege High S chool participated in a w ax m u seu m before the C h ristm as b re ak - d re s s ­ ing up a s an d m aking a p resen tatio n ab o u t so m e ­ o n e fam o u s in history. At right, Emily S aa rm portrays M other T eresa. At bottom right, M addie K assell and A nna Alien portray Lucille Ball an d A udrey H epburn. A nd below left, Kit S eipp p u ts th e s n ^ . p n (as-h e;im -j ita tes Elvis. R ea d a n d se e er line aw ay from their neigh­ borhood, and puts a forced line further north before going across the Yadkin River. A nd according to the report released D ec. 23 by County M anager M ike Ruffin, the third option w ill cost the county $4.1 m illion less than the next least expensive choice. Ruffin pointed out that the plan is D avie C ounty’s - not that o f Berm uda Run - as som e peo­ ple in opposition had claim ed. D avie County w as exploring its options to handle sew age ca­ pacity in eastern D avje while B erm uda Run w as trying to de­ cide w hat to do w ith an aging treatm ent plant. It m ade sense for the tw o to w ork together, Ruffin said, because tw o discharge per­ m its likely w ould not be allow ed, as state regulators encourage re­ gional approaches to w astew ater issues. W hen the county decided to cT V V t/ r V * Xi % Fundraiser Saturday For Cornatzer-Dulin Firefighter L onna H . M cD aniel is going ind - but surgeries can reverse e disease and allow her to keep :r sight. H er friends at C om atzer-D ulin re D epartm ent are having a nd-raiser on Saturday to help iy for those surgeries. From noon-5 p.m ., hear m usic / John and Lynne Pow ell, The m es S istersan d 3 R usty N ails, ave a ham burger o r hotdog. D onations w ill be accepted to County H ospital and w ith H om e help pay for the surgeries. H ealth and H ospice. M arried to A silent auction w ill also be Billie M cD aniel, she is active at held, ending at 3 p.m . ' Fork Baptist Church, singing in H er friends are holding the the choir and volunteering w ith event because they say she does V acation B ible School, so m uch for others. . “Please join us to help raise A firefighter, board m em ber m oney to cover the cost o f the and president o f the auxiliary at surgeries for the w om an w ho C om atzer-D ulin, M cD aniel has has been such a great help to this touched m any lives in jobs at com m unity,” said Renee G alli- the N .C. Jew ish H om e, D avie her, w ho is organizing the event. Lonna H. McDaniel build a new plant on the Yadkin R iver, rates from W inston-Sa- Iem -Forsyth County C ity County U tilities Com m ission (CCU C) w ere double w hat W inston-Sa­ lem users pay. Ruffin said he has been as­ sured that the county w ill alw ays Please See Sew er - Page 6 Park, Neighbor Continue Squabble By B eth C assidy E nterpriseR ecord >•;; T he poet R obert F rost w otl^ dered w hy . good fences ma£& good neighbors. If he’d been’,*^ the D avie Zoning- B o ard 'o f-A ^ ? justm ent m eeting D ec. 15, fca m ight still be w ondering. . A ccording to.'J.D ; H artniarC president o f the board o f directors o f the Farm ington Com m unity. A ssociation (FC A ), they have tried to be good neighbors ’to adjoining property ow ners M ike; and Jean W illiam s, but W illiam s has continued to com plain about' a buffer betw een his property and; a nature trail ow ned by F C A .. _ W hen the special use penirjC w as granted for the trail in A p ilf 2012, 15 conditions w ere plaqSj; on the perm it. O ne w as that a 20-foot wood-3 ed, vegetated setback, a type* C barrier, be placed along thtf property line, including wherjsj it adjoins the W illiam s property; T rees w ere to be planted no more; than five feet apart and w ere ita grow to six feet in height by A pril; 15. ^ It w as that condition Andrew! Please See Squbble - Page I}- Free Ice Skating Rink Here Saturday T hought Snow zilla w as a lot o f fun? T hen com e back to M ocksville Saturday as W m terfest continues w ith an artificial ice skating rink, " along w ith an inflatable slide ■ from noon-5 p.m . , A nd it is free. You don’t even have to have skates - they w ill be available. Refreshm ents w ill also be sold. 4 It all takes place at Junkers M ill, off Salisbury Street at the end o f D epot Street in D ow n­ tow n M ocksville. 689076382120 2' - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 1,2015 Editorial Page 2014’s Legacy: Stalemate Ends On [Jgivie High rIgET THE KIP6 EACH A PRONE FOR CHRISTMAS. VOU SAttX IT’6 THE WAVE OF THE FUTURE, YOU sap,,,” 'NASA S;FMNSTg . "tomi'T Hs M-t&Apr <gercme?tt Continuing Ed Courses Offered At Davie Campus ;;The year 2014 w ill be rem em bered as the tim e Davie Ccnmty finally put the long-sim m ering high school issue to rtst/ Surprisingly, the, m ost expensive option passed hand­ ily,’7,719-6,649. ilty o earlier and m uch cheaper attem pts to build had gone ddWn in flam es. This tim e D avie voters w ere ready to settle tHerfiagging, divisive, debilitating 15-year debate. ;-The $54.5 m illion bond referendum , dem onstrated the ; PQw er o f grass roots political organization. People who had n&ver done anything political in their lives suddenly be­ cam e comm unity organizers , encouraging their neighbors to»go to the polls; Som e stood dangerously in traffic inter­ sections to direct voters to the polls. Boys and girls not yet irt Ichool joined their parents campaigning for the bond. T he !vote in the com bined Hillsdale and Sm ith Grove pre­ empts was 2,776-662. •Kudos to D avie Schools Superintendent D anin Hartness fcpC(lireeting a positive, informative, no gimm icks cam- .p$gh. ;IFhat was the biggest news o f 2014 for Davie County. ;5jot only did voters vote to build an entirely new high sctuK)!, they also altered the landscape of the Board of Com missioners. Pro-bond candidates Dan Barrett and John Ferguson won easily. 'D uring the stalem ate that lasted nearly 15 years, much had been said and written about the history of D avie Coun­ ty voters and what they would approve. The 2014 bond ref­ erendum was history making. A s it turns out, D avie County voters will build a school, will take care of its students and w ill reject the plans that would divide us. “Being conservative doesn’t m ean you’re against good schools,” D an Barrett said after the election. “We need good schools. It'S the gateway, the opportunity for our chil­ dren from all w alks o f life to succeed. That’s the Am erican way. T hat’s why w e’ve always em braced public education. Students have to make o f it w hat they w ill, but if you give them a good education they have a chance to reach the A m erican dream .” * Bulldozers and heavy equipm ent are clearing and grad­ ing the property on Farmington Road where the new high school w ill be built. The project is huge. These are exciting times. For D avie County’s children, 2014 w ill be counted as a very.goodyear. . ''' •• - A lso in 2014, Davie County flexed its industrial.muscles. We a rt making stuff again. Ashley Furniture trucks are a constant sight on the highways. G ildan’s factory is under construction, and a host of new industries and the new D a­ vie County hospital have com bined to pull the county out of the recession that has plagued the nation for six years. T hank you, industrial recruiter Terry Bralley. It was the last day o f school before Christmas break. Stu­ dents w ere in a festive mood. Then a fire started in the gym dryer. Stpdents all over the school w ere sent outside on a Are drill. M ocksville firefighters were called. The flames were quickly extinguished. T henthecreativejuicesin thestudents were ... sparked. Someone took a picture of the gym and through the won- .ders o f computerized im aging, flames were added to the roof. The picture w as then posted on social m edia with news about the fire. Som e alarmed parents commented that the new high school on Farmington Road couldn’t be built fast enough. Parents got a phone call that evening from Principal DoyIe Nicholson about the fire. ‘T h e fire w as extinguished an4 there w ere no injuries. There are some photos being circulated showing flames coming from the roof. These photos have been doctored. The flames w ere contained in the dryer and there was no structural damage to the build­ ing,” he said. Principals never have a routine day. — D w ight Sparks Davidson County Community College w ill'offer several continuing education courses to enhance workplace skills on its Davie Campus during the upcoming months. “We really seek to provide courses through our continuing education programming on our campus that will enhance cur­ rent skills or help folks move to a new career,” says Davie Campus dean Teresa Kines. “Both goals make a difference for our community members and their employers.” Building Level I Standard Inspection This certification-related course is designed for the educa­ tion and training of the Building Level I code enforcement of­ ficial who has the responsibility of inspecting residential and small commercial construction up to 20,000 square feet. Jan. 9-18,8 am .-Spm .; April 10-19,8 am .-5p m . Plumbing Level III Standard Inspection This certification-related course is designed for the educa­ tion and training of the Plumbing Level 111 code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting plumbing in­ stallations in all types of construction of unlimited size. Jan. 9-10,8 am .-Spm .; April 10-11,8 am ,-5p m . Plumbing Level I Standard Inspection This certification-related course is designed for the educa­ tion and training of the Plumbing Level I code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting residential and small commercial plumbing installations in construction up to 20 D00 square feet. Jan. 23-31,8 am .-S p m . Law & Adm inistration (Code Enforcem ent Course) The code enforcement Law and Administration course is an overview of NC’s building regulation system and is designed for the education and training of building, electrical, mechani­ cal, plumbing and fire prevention code enforcement officials. Jan. 24-25,8;30 am .-S p m .; April 18-19,8:30 am .-S pm . Notary Public Education This course is designed to provide instruction to individuals who want to become commissioned as a Notary Public. Jan. 3), 9 ajn.-4 p.m.; March 21,9 a.m.-4 pm . Building Level II Standard Inspection This certification-related course is designed for the educa­ tion and training of the Building Level II code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting all types of construction up to 60D00 square feet and is built upon the in­ formation presented in the Building Level I Standard Inspec­ tion CourseJW*. 6-15,8 am .-S p m . Plum bing Level II Standard Inspection This certification-related course is designed for the educa­ tion and training of the Plumbing Level II code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting plumbing in­ stallations in all types of construction up to 60 D00 square feet and is built upon the information presented in the Plumbing Level I Standard Inspection Course. Feb. 19-21,8 am .-5 p m . Electrical Inspection Level I This certification-related course is designed for the educa­ tion and training of the Electrical Level I code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting residential and small commercial electrical installations in construction up to 20 D00 square feet. Feb. 20-March 1,8 am .-S p m . ExceITipsandT kicks This seminar will provide techniques that are guaranteed to increase productivity with Microsoft Excel 2010/2013. The best thing about this seminar is that it’s taught in layman’s terms and no “geek-speak.” Feb. 21,10 am .-4pm . W elding: C utting Processes This course introduces oxy-fuel and plasma-arc cutting systems as well as various other cutting machines used in the manufacturing shop environment. Students are exposed to the shear, saw and flame pipe-beveling machine. March 2-April 29,6-9 p m . M echanical STD Inspection Level I This certification-related course is designed for the educa­ tion and training of the Mechanical Level I code enforcement official who has the responsibility of inspecting residential and small commercial-mechanical installations in construction up to 20,000 square feet. April 25-May 3 ,8 am .-S pm . For a complete course listing and full course descriptions, refer to the DCCC website, wwwJavidsonccc.edu/learn4life. Letters Welcome ! : -Th6 Enterprise Record y/elcomes letters IromTts •:< Fv featjers on topics oflocal, state, national orimtema-;. I;' tional.issues. 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Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27026 (336)751-2120 Published weekly by Salisbury Newsmedla LLC Owight Sparks................................Editor/Publisher Robin Snow...................................General ManagerMike Barnhardt..............................Managing Editor _ Ray Tutterow.................................Advertising Director ' Brian Pltts.......................................Sports Editor Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27^28 Subscription Rates I Single Copy, 50 Cents $26.69 Per Year In NC; $32.03 outside N.C. POSTMASTER SendAddress Changes to: Davie County Enterprise Record P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 DAVIE CO UNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , Thursday, Jan. 1,2015 - > The Bataan Death March Man Talks About World War Il In Japanese Camps By Dwight Sparks Enterprise Record It happened in Febru­ ary 1942 on the Philippine islands that had been some­ thing of a paradise until Dec. 7. a couple months earlier. Japan planes had destroyed almost the entire Pacific fleet of American ships at Pearl Harbor. The U.S. force in the Philippines was cut off with no chance of rescue. The military hunkered down on Bataan for a last stand against the Japanese army that was sweeping across the Pacific islands. In that American unit was young James D. Beshears1 now of Clemmons. He's 95, but his memories of the assault on Bataan are as sharp as ever, and his health remains go’od. “If the weather was good, I 'ould be on the golf course,” he said. Stories from Bataan, the infamous Death March, are so incredible, so horrible, some people have trouble believing anyone could, have been so brutal. Bcshears is one of the apidly dwindling number of American survivors and wit­ nesses still alive to recall. There was a time in 1942 that he was sure death would visit at any moment as the troops weathered the Japanese, assault and food and ammunition ran out. “Guys were dying so fast you couldn't keep them bur­ ied," he said. Ifthe battle was bad, life as a prisoner of war was worse. For the past 60-years, life has been almost normal for Beshears. There was a time when the rain cloud of life seemed to hover over his head.’ Beshears might be classi­ fied as either the unluckiest — or the luckiestSSSan in: Clemmons. Despite repeated brushes with death, he has survived. He spent World War II in the pit of hell — an American soldier herded on the infa­ mous Bataan Death March and locked in Japanese prison camps. The Japanese hit Pearl Har­ bor on Sunday. The next day, they invaded the Philippines, where an American force found itself cut off, with no hope for reinforcements, re­ lief or supplies. Their heroic stand, eventual surrender and brutal treatment by their cap­ tors became a sad footnote of the war. “it’s kind of hard to talk about it sometimes,” Bes­ hears said. “I could tell you things that would go in one ear and out the other. People can’t believe that. The human body is a tough machine when it has to be. “My thought was I don't want to die over here, and I didn’t. Some of them, you might say, would give up. W hat's the use? I don’t know what egged me on. I went through the same treatment most of them did, A lot of them didn’t survive. I kept going” He’s in relatively good health and still enjoys an oc­ casional game of golf. He was bom in the Hanes- town community. His family eventually moved to Davie County to farm. His father' died of pneumonia. Five months later, his mother died. The. surviving children were split. The youngest three went to live in the Barium Springs Orphanage in Iredell County. Contrary to many images of orphanage life, Beshears said he loved it there. “That was a good place Jam es D. B eshears show s his framed m edals and com m endations from World W ar II. — a good place for kids that don’t have parents. We had our own support system. We grew everything we ate. We had our own sports programs. There were 360 kids there at that time. It was a good place — not like you see in the movies. It was a beauti­ ful place. I cried when I went there and cried when I left.” He was there 10 years. Rather than being drafted into the infantry, he joined the Army Air Corps with another orphanage friend, Ben Morrow, after leaving the orphanage!. _ B othofthem w erepacked off together to the tropical paradisSof thft'South Seas close to ManiiaTHe worked. . in munitions. “I was just there 18 days when the war started,” he said. The Japanese had figured to overran the Americans at Bataan and Conigidor in a couple of weeks. T hey. encountered heroic resis­ tance. The American forces held out for four months — embarrassing the Japanese army’s bid to seize the entire Pacific.The general leading the forces committed suicide because of the failure. “He got stuck with us and killed himself,” Beshears said. But the resistance became futile. "We ran out of ammunition and food. We were getting less than a third ration a day. Our orders were don’t surrender. But (Major Gen. Edward P.) King knew our circumstances. He was there. He surrendered Bataan. I’m glad we surrendered. I was. tired. Even at 22 years old, if you don’t get to take your shoes off once a week, to take a bath only when you jump in the ocean —when you don’t get to rest any — you get tired and hungry.” Mosquitoes were as relent­ less as the Japanese. Beshears had contracted malaria. It was his job to shuttle bombs and munitions from place to place. “For about a month, we kept our bombs moving back and forth, hoping for rein­ forcements. We hauled am­ munition to the front lines." The Japanese were as close as a 100 yards at the end. “We had been assigned a task that was impossible to do. We were supposed to hold that line until dawn," Beshears recalled. The Americans surren­ dered. “Most of them were ready,” Beshears said. “After four.months of no relief, very little food, everybody was tired. It was just about like the Alamo. The Japanese were right across the creek.” But sunender was only the beginning of their problem. The Japanese were ruthless captors. In brutal tropical heat, the American and Filipino captives were forced on the gruesome 80-mile trek now remembered appropriately as the Bataan Death March. 'To stumble and fall'meant death. Victims were often be- headed.'There was no water - ‘or food. Aiid the Japanese' were in no hurry. It took - more than a week to make the march. “I was in one open field for three days,” Beshears said. “Some say it was 60 miles, some say 80 miles. I don’t really know. But it wasn’t ^ll at one time. It would have probably been better if it was, rather than keeping us there in the hot sun those days. You took a chance on water. Some of it, you knew, was contami­ nated. Some of the troops died right on the side of the road. It’s hard to describe.” He had to keep his wits about him. “After we had surrendered, I had a spell of Dinky Fever. I had a chill every day at lunch time,” Beshears recalled. His friend from the orphanage was in even worse shape. Beshears helped support him on the march to keep him from falling. If their captors didn't kill them, contaminated water would. That caused many of the deaths. Beshears risked dehydration rather than drink dirty water. He did encounter a rare glimpse of compassion from one captor. “On that march, all the food I was issued was one bowl of rice. But a Japanese soldier gave me a can of sardines I was helping my buddy along. We stopped in a little barrio, a village. The Japanese soldier asked me if I was thirsty. I said I was hungry. He got me a can of sardines and told me to put it in my pocket and not to tell anybody where I got it. Me and my buddy ate that." They marched to an await­ ing train. They were stuffed into freight cars. “It was so crowded. They would put you in and close the door. You almost'died be­ cause it was so crowded you couldn't fall. We got out and marched to Camp O'Donnell. Most of them died there.” Including his friend, Ben Morrow, in May 1942. “He made the march, but he didn't live much after that.' He had diarrhea and dysen­ tery. "I w asn't with him. ’ “Every chance I got out of there and went on (work) de­ tail. The Japanese would take us back to salvage anything we could get — bombs, fixed bridges, I got.ouLof.there,. every chance !'got; It waS filthy. Any where w |§ bejter _thaii>there‘” *!'.T: ' He also worked oh the burial detail! and there were hundreds to bury. Four, five ’ and six bodies were thrown in a grave at a time. “They were dying like flies. The Filipinos got hold of some contaminated water. That’s what killed a lot of them. They carried them out long lines at a time. “I w asn't in the Philippines the whole time. They moved me to Manchuria. I left the Philippines in October 1942 on a Japanese ship with 2,000 prisoners. Went from Manila to Manchuria, a thousand in each hatch in a hole-that car­ ried freight. We could come up every once in q while. We were fired at by a torpedo. We stopped at Formosa and got to Manchuria in Novem­ ber 1942.” There he worked in a tex­ tile plant making canvas for the Japanese war machine. If he sweltered in the heat of the Philippines, he shiv­ ered in the cold of Manchu­ ria. “That was going from one extreme to another in temperature. Manchuria was 40 below.” One of the punishments was depriving prisoners of blankets at night. Beshears once was caught smuggling notes from one prisoner to another. He was slapped repeatedly until he confessed. Then he was told to stand at attention for four hours until he asked for a bathroom break. “When I got ready to move, I couldn't. I was paralyzed I had been standing there so stiff.” For the next 21 days, he was given food every third day and a blanket at night every third day. “It was so cold. I couldn't sleep without my cover so I would walk to keep warm. I finally made my 21 days. I had to stand there 14 hours a day.” “It takes a determination, I guess that’s what you'd call it; to tolerate such as that.” He recalls the camp's steady diet of mush. “We did get three meals a day, if you call them meals. You ever eat mush? Com meal. We had soybeans and maize: ! had never heard of maize until I got over there. It looked like broom com seeds, little old seeds cooked into kind of a mush. No meat. It,was kind of risky fpc a doe, ,i to come Into camp.” ’ J7\^camp_wqs.liberated , A pg.J5,.i94$. H e weighed about a hun- ■ dred pounds then. In high school, he had weighed 125. “The Russians got the credit for liberating us. But three or four days before the Russians came in there were six people — four stateside Yanks, one Japanese and oneiChinese that bailed out of a plane and landed a half mile from our camp. They parachuted out and had their radio equipment and every­ thing. They were surrounded when they hit the ground. It’s surprising they weren’t shot. They had to tel! the Japs the war was over. “They brought their radio equipment and set it up in our camp and contacted the 7th Fleet down in the China Sea. “The planes came in and dropped some food and clothing to us. We were on our way home. I didn’t get out of the camp until Sep­ tember 8 and headed down to the China Sea to Korea, got on a boat and went into Okinawa. At that time, they said a typhoon was coming in, and they made us go back to sea. There were too many ships in port to have us in there. We went back to sea a hundred miles. They typhoon came in, and while we were out there a mine hit the ship and killed some of the ship’s crew and two or three guys who had been with me all the time. The ship was pitching. The front end would go in the water and then the back end.” The waves were as tall as telephone poles, he said. The ship would climb the wave and then fall into the trough. Over and over. The ship was dead in the water. Were they to survive the death march and three years in prisons only to die at sea? “A ship circled us for three days. It finally got close enough to shoot a line to us and tow us in. The engine . was out. I don’t know how he.. steered the ship.” The ship finally made it to_,. Okinawa. It had taken on so .. much water that it wasn't safe' to go into port. ' l'' “We had to go over the '. •” ' side in a net and get in a ’ barge.” “Then I got on a plane at "•’T/ - Okinawa. When "we landed1 in Manila a tire blew dut on the.plane. H e just did get it-■ stopped before we ran off tEe runway.” Finally , he. boarded a shjp. v. for home. . "M ybrotherintheN aY JlA was stationed in Oakland;,, .JtV1- Calif. He was keeping track,.../, o f m e. I was supposed to gQ, into San Francisco. They notified him we would be *,,. going to Seattle. They took us " ‘ to the hospital. I was in therfe ' • a couple days and looked around. My brother came.in.” Beshears still chokes Widr1'- '' emotion at the memory. '"T*:. “He had hitchhiked front"' California to Seattle. He . ". -i1 spent the night with me, anrK j.. then I came across the stateS' on a hospital train. They sent- me to Asheville.” . ;«.(•_ He recovered at the Vetep,... 'ans Hospital at Oteen before he was discharged three months later in March 1946.. He was a prisoner of war , , for three years and four ‘ ; '' months. He came home to his “ - family of brothers and sisters," now living in W inston-Salerti.'" “They received me good; — crying and all that stuff.” ' He worked as a plumber at first, then joining Western Electric, where he worked for 28 years. He lives in Clemmons on Venice Drive. He has a son, Jarhes Dickson Beshears III-J A movie was made once about Bataan. “I’ve seen the movie," he said. But Hollywood couldn't recreate the cruelty and torture that Bataan actually saw. “They couldn't put th a t,, ; in.there. People wouldn’t , ^ ! believe it, anyway. A hum an'., ! body can stand a bunch w hen' . it has too. It’s a tough piece ‘ 2 of machinery." Historianssayabout 11,000 American troops surrendered at Bataan. An "■ estimated 600 to 650 died on the march. Another 1,500 + died at Camp O'Donnell. Filipino losses were even more severe. An estimated 25 DOO Filipino soldiers died at the camp. 4 - DAVIE CO UNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , T hursday, Jan. 1,2015 TOWNOF MOCKSVILLE N e w s U p d a te J a n i u u y - M a r c h , 2 0 1 5 Special Events and Information of Interest for Mocksville Citizens Canweheip you? The town haB staff continuously Jtrfws Idprovhfe better services. ■toouraatomers... Aie you aware your water blk may be ’ drafted?TNs procedure Is very simple. AU you have to do is stop by town hall, complete a form and provide us with a voided check. You wiD continue to . receive a bi-monthly UL This Ml wil Inform you of the amount that wfll be : drafted and the date it wHI be drafted. Pl e a s e t a k e n o t e h. 1 Ifyouusetheaddressed envelope provide^ please 1 allow 5 to 6 business days forthe paym ent to be processed. As always, we wHI be glad to accept your 'payment- at the town hall Drop box provided 24/7 at the front door. SERVICE DIRECTORY D uke P ow er .1-800-PO W ERO N - W ater & Sew er • E m e rg e n cy N u m b e r , 7 5 1-0896 (Not for billing questions) T im e W a rn e rC a b Ie 1-888-683-1000 C entury L inkT eIephone 1 -8 88 -723-8010R e p a ir s e r v ic e611 Y adkinV aIIeyT elecom 3 3 6 -463-5022 GDS D avie Recycle & G a rb a g e P ic k u p 751-15 85 P ied N at G as 1 -800-752-7504 24 H r E m e rg e n c y S e rv ic e 751-4954. MOCKSVILLE 'PUBLIC OFnCIALS ! Dr. F.ip Slal^ Mayor: JoIuinyFiyO'' I i .V1Jish SaitfOri ' ; .W U M aiklln ' i ■ : R o^T aytor i Amy V aaghii-Jones T I PlannfnyBoard ; : B ria n M lia n s . Chair ' -/S ttiie D ulin N ealO ieek : O iiu J u n te r ; ’• ; Abui Ijalcey ; 'fiwiiife Kow alsItt . (extraterritorial member) Palsy (Jrensltaw Dewy Hunt (Chalf) • •. ; GallKelIy , Sbsan Prim . Smart Store (Vlce^Oialr) .O iii^eBraU qil ■ i Tbwn Manager-. 753j6700 : ToddPeriey, Police Chief • 753-6710 • ' MikeWestl. I. ' Pubtic Works Department • 751(2519'. ’ ’ ; / M ld iad to n e r,'. RecreaOon Director • f 751:2325 \ v . . Frank Carter, Flre Chief ‘ . : 751:5782 RiirinHarpe, ! .' - PiaHm & Grounds . 751-5500' ■ - • /, Building Inspections * .753-6051:, PiamiihgRZoiring .753-6050 ; • .;. WINTERFEST CONTINUES! Saturday, January 3rd ■ 12pm-5pm @ Junker's OutdoorTheater - FREE TO THE PUBLIC! - ICE SKATING RINK and TOBOGGAN TUNNEL FARMER'S MARKET 2015 T hetom t o f M ocksvlllelspmwlto again provide a community market for consumers, farmers, and artisans to buy and sell local fruits, vegetables, plants, andhandmade crafts.Jmnusaswepromote "EatFreshyHeaIthyand Local" TheTown of Mocksville elected officials, town halt staff and Communlnr Development Coordinator are committed to cultivating local partnerships with producers and the NC Cooperative Extension Agency. MOCKSVILLE FARMER'S MARKET EVERY WEDNESDAY 3:00-6:00 PM LocationrfAocksviHeTown Hall ParkiM Lot 171 S. Clement Street • Mocksville, NC For more information calk Leon Carter 336-671 -0553 or 336-753-6700 Manager's Corner *Year's end b neither an end nor a beginning but a going on, with off the wisdom that experience can Instill in us." HaIBorIand Another year is almost complete and once again, there are goals yet to be accomplished, blessings to be counted, books to be read, things to team, ana memories to be created. Let each of us welcome a New Year and as we look forward, be thankful and remember the people who have helped us become the person that we are today. As we remember those who have shared their wisdom, encouraged us, supported us, advised us, and those who have offered us a kind word or just a smile, most Importantly may we remember to pay It forward; pass it on. - With the leadership of Mayor Slate and Commissioners;Will Markiln, Lash Sanford, Rob Taylor, Johnny Frye and Amy Vaughn Jones we progress as they continue to set policies for the town.The start and employees will continue to implement the policies, moving forward for the greater good; the folks of our town, our county and our community. Opportunities are all around us. Let us continue to work together, pursue realistic Ideas, develop positive results and be most appreciative of our many blessings.Cheersto201SI Best Regards,Christine At Braftey IbwnMenager Davie County Arts Council BROCK PERFORMING ARTS CENTER 622 North Main Street, Mocksville, NC 27028 336-751-3000 wwwriaviearts.org PERFORMANCESTHAT MANQNI MAGIC -1/10/15,7:3Opm- an enchanting voyage through the inspired melodies that earned Henry Mancinl the stature as one ** Anerka's greatest composers. TICKETS: $38/536. SURF CITY ALL-STARS -2/14/15,7:30pm- Original Beadt Boy, David Marks, touring with the Surf City All-Stars to bring yo the greatest hits of the Beach Boys. TICKETS:$3B/$36,.,. DELLA'S DINER -3/28/15,730pm- This off-Brbadway musical comedy, with original countty, blues, gospel and rockabiNy tunes is a hit that will have the whole family laughing. TICKETS: S38/$36. EXHIBITS/CONTESTS ty.TheDragonfly House and the Davle Arts Council are teaming up to sponsor a chair painting contest Chairs of Hope benefits The Dragonfly House and gives all ages an art opportunity. Purchase a chair at Daniel Fumitureuntll December 24th at noon. Turn in completed projects on January 5th or 6th to the Arts Council from 12rroon-5pm. Exhibit available In Brock Gallery during same hours from the 7th - 30th. Prospectus available at Brock and on our website www.daviearts.org. CAROLINA SHAG LESSONS-1/8/15 - 1/29/IS (Thursdayevenings)-AduIts and Students (age 10-21).8eginner I (no experience) 6-7pm. Beginner Il (familiar with basic steps/tumsf7-8pm.CaU Sidnlee Suggs 9 336-616-4026 for details & reg.fee info. CALLIGRAPHY-1/8/15 -1/29/15 <Thursdayevehlngs)-6 Suggs 9 336-816-4026 for details and registration feeinfo. Mocksville/Davie Parks & Recreation Dept 644 N. Main S t vMocksviHe, NC 27028 *(336) 753-6740 Learn n growing grades.*! SPORTS -Sign up In February.about one of the fastest . girl's sports around! 2nd-8th )rades.SSS.Inatlal Olvmnks. Volunteers of all ages are always welcomed and needed for Spedal Olympicsl Winter sports Include: Equestrian, Cheerleading, Basketball. Volunteers needed for coaching positions and for Spring Games activities! Call Katie at 753-6745 for more details. Men’s Onen League Basketball -$300 ... Game. Competitive play forfriends, companies or churches.Church and Oaew Leaaue Softball -Sign up in March for the Spring season! $225 per team plus teams pay Umpire's fees at each game! COMMUNITY EVENTS Meeting Room at the Brack Gyin. Time: Spm • UntiL Entry Fee: $5.00. Double elimination format. Ages: 12 & under, 13-18 (can play up In 19 & up is you wish), 19 & sboyette9mocksvllencgov. Winners will receive a Walmart Qft CardYou may bring your own paddte.DaddvZDauahter Dance- Must register by Feb. 271 It is a ONE NIGHT ONLY EWNT on March 6th! Space is UmhedITNs event will sell out! Cost is $40 for Dad & Daughter, each additional daughter is $10.This year's theme is Under the Sea so bring your favorite mermaid!Mother/Sow Dance- It is a ONE NIGHT ONLY EVENT on March 7th • Space is Limited! Cost is $40 for Mom & Son, each additional son is $10. Register early! Minimum partidpation of $100 required to hold this event so please tell your friends! This year's theme is Under the Sea. MustregisterbyFeb.271 Rich Park Shelter »2. Hunting areas for ages: under 2,3/4,5/6,7/8, & 9/12) Free event for the community!Pavte Youth Coundl ♦ DYC- Open to all teens in 9th through 12th grades. Local Youth Council meetings, community service, fun and friendships! Join in ana make a difference. Call Sandra at 753- 6740 for more information. the Brock Gym and Masonic Hcnic Grounds from IOam • 2pm. FamiNes with preschoolers to 5th grade are welcome for a fun day of activities, games and learning about different agencies that benefit children in the areal Shelters-available for rent at Rich Park, & the RhrerPark in Cooleemee. Call for reservations 9 753-67421 Ooen Gvm PICKLEBALU- Thursday 4- 5:30 pm and Friday 9-11 am. Leam a fun and exciting new game) CLASSES OFFERED Davte Me^o Tbe Kwon Po - $35 per month 9 Rec Dept. Meets Tues. & Thurs. Classes start as early as 530 pm!Call Gary Keeble 391-4536 for more Info. daviemetrotkd9aolcom. ZUMBA-Tuesdav nights 9 7pm with'Adi! $4 per dass-No membership fee! Think C can't dance? Then come out and ji a font Get In shape and have a Wa For lnfo:336-692-4639. SENIORS Stiver Striders - The 8rock Gym is available for walking 8.-OOam-9:OOam. Senior Games-Ston up In February. Open to all SO or better! Be active, have runt Shuffteboard, BasketbaIL Comhole. Bocce Horseshoes, PIckIebaII & more! Local games in April. Jofn our emo/f list to find out Modcsvfffe/ Dovle Parks Si Recreation Deptevtntsl SendyouremaIIoddress to: retdtpartmtntOmocksvHlencgov. C H R I S T M A S T R E E P I C K U P The last ChristmasTree pickup will be MONDAY, JANUARY 5,2015. Cut trees MiouIdbepkKedcurbside A MOCKSVILLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY NC General Assembly authorized the Town Board of Mocksville to pass a resolution Implementing a three percent (3%) occupancy tax of the gross receipts derived from the rental of any room, lodging, or accommodation furnished tty a hoteL motel, inn, tourist cany, camp or similar place within the municipal limits of the Town of Mocksville effective Februaiy 1,2011. In addition the Mocksville Town Board was required to create a tourism development authority, thusly known as the MTDA (Mocksville Tourism Clevelopment Authority). Two of the members shall be affiliated with businesses that collect the tax and other members must be active in promoting travel and tourism within the town. ■Winterfest* events, Oecember 13,2014 and another planned for January 3,2015 primarily hosted by the MTDA. This event was a free event and was well ded in excess of 1200 folks. Food concessions were available for purchase I with some novelty items.The Subway Restaurant mascot handed out free .Ies1Whlle children Jumped In Inflatabtevand waited In Une for balloon creations. Chlldreaedults and families waited in line for a turn to dimb and slide on the 30 foot high Inflatable Snowzilla slide. Special thanks and appreciation goes to: Town of Mocksville employees with set up, dean up and event activities, food vendors, Scout Troop 575-cleanup after the If you have an interest for volunteer hours for events with the MTDA and the Town of MocksvOIe, please contact town manager; Christine Bralley- 336-753- 6701 or cbralley9mocksvBlencgov. WINTER WEATHER TIPS .......... Deiwoterflow/ng Insulate alaes or faucets In unheated areas. Pipes In unheated garages, Seat access dnnrs.alr vents and tracks. Closeopenlngs where winterwlnds could blow over exposed pipes. Do not obstruct air vents needed by your furnace or water heater for proper combustion. Locate vour m eter shut off valve. If a pipe bursts anywhere In your house, use the master shutort valve to stop the water supply. Take special precautions when tem peratures are low. Leave sink cabinet doors open when temperatures drop. If you are away for several days, leave the heat on in your house while you are away. p la n ts the faucet or hose from bursting during a hard freeze. This is also true for backflow prevention assemblies (BPA's). Make sure ail BPA's are properly insulated to protect them from cold air. Water & Sewer Emergency Numbers 7AM-330 PM 336-751-2519 * 8AM-5i00 PM 336-753-6700 AFTER HOURS AND WEEKENDS 336-751-0896 FOGAIert FATS, OILS ANO GAEASE ACCUMULATIONS CAN BUKK YOUR PRIVATE PLUMBING SYSTEM AS WEU AS PUBLIC SEWERS Both residential and business customers can help prevent wastewater overflows by minimizing the amount of FOG disposed of through plumbing drains. Inside a sewer, fob, oils and grease change to a plaster-like consistency and can block the pipes, causing an overflow of untreated wastewater. At home, you can dispose of normal cooking oD and grease by putting it In a .jntainer as part of your solid waste rather than through your sink and plumbing drain. Wfolng and scraping pots, pans and other utensils before washing them areimportant steps in proper grease disposal. grease should regularly dean out the grease trap. Street Light Outages For your convenience, Duke Energy provides a 24-hour Customer Jenrlce Une 1-800-653-5307.Town residents may report street light outages directly to Duke Energy or you may contact the Town Hall and we wHI be glad to report the outages for you.753-6700. When reporting an outage, U Is necessary to have the closest street address to tiie light. YardWasteSite The waste site wW be open the I st and 3rd Saturdays In January, February and March. The yard waste site hours are from 8am to 12Noon.Ysrd Wastemtybedropped off during the week by appointment only by calng 751-5000. Please do not throw yard waste over the fence when the gate Is locked. Do not leave bags of yard waste at the compost site. Residents of theTown of Mocksvlleareaftmedto waive the dumping foe at me yard waste site for one truddoad of yard waste permonth. Purchase: Muldi-$5 per scoop LeafCompost-$5 per scoop Orop off fees: I st load of ^ud waste per month - Free (TownofMocksviIIeResidentsonIy) Truddoad of yard waste: $5 1/2 truddoad or less: $3 Trailer exceeding 10ft: $10 Iowiiof Mocksville * 171 CIsnieatStf MocksviRe * Pkone (336) 753-6700 * Fax (336) 751*9187 * WebStte www.mocksvilleRc.org • wwwdavtecouniycoai fr/rorue Town of Motksviile link) __________The !own of MtuImiIIe does not discriminate on fire basis of rare, sex, color, age, notional origin, re/jgron or disability In Hs employment opportunities, programs, services or acthrilies. DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , T hursday, Ja n . 1,2015 - $ Public Records Land IYansfers The following land trans­ fers were filed with the Da­ vie Register of Deeds, listed by parties involved, acreage, township, and deed stamps purchased with $2 represent- ing$lj000. - Robertson Sc Isenhour Properties to lsenhour Homes, I lot, Mocksville, $78. - Keith Sierzega to Keith Sierzega and Michelle Deean Sierzega, I lot. • Steve Lucks, trustee, and Paula Graham to Myron Mitchell and Patricia Mitch­ ell, I lot. Shady Grove, $800. .- Ralph Emerson James Jr. and Mary Lou C. James to Balangas Consulting, I con­ dominium, Farmington, $300. - Batangas Consulting to Mary Freida Russell, I con­ dominium, Farmington, $300. • Rodney A. Stames to Amy J. Starnes, I lot. Shady Grove. • Federal Home Loan Mort­ gage Corp. to Ronnie Dale Hutchens and Vickie Dotson Hutchens, I lot, Jerusalem. - RS Parker Homes to Rob­ ert M. Heer and Regina M. Heer, I lot, Farmington,$700. - Barbara A. Hargrove, trustee, and Clifford M. Har­ grove, Elizabeth A. Stich and Gary Stich, and Susan Hanis Phillips and Michael Phillips to Batangas Consulting, I vil­ la, Farmington,$170. - Bajangas Consulting to Charles A. Stone III and Nan­ cy N. Stone, trustees, I villa, Farm ington,$l70. - Faye Buicham to Thomas L. Lloyd and Kay P. Lloyd, I lot, Mocksville, $270. - Grady I. Ingle, substitute trustee to Selene Finance, 2 lots, Jerusalem, $146. - Ashley W. Campbell and Jessica M. Campbell to Jason R. LufTman and Beverly Luff- ,m an, I lot, Jerusalem ,$250. - James L. R ank and Kath­ ryn L. Frank to Jonathan P. Kearns, I lot, Clarksville, $145. - Donna Kay Dixon to Kenneth Mitchell Dixon. 6.6 acres, Farmington. • Tonya Lynn M . Yount and Eugene Douglas Yount Jr. to Tony D. Mullis and Bob­ bie Benson M ullis, 51 acre, Farmington. - Charles Bach and Loretta Bach to James A. Whiteheart and Amber Nicole Hollar, I lot, Farmington, $256. . Carol L. Malcomb to Faye' Burcliam, I lot, Mocksville, $302. - Jimmy Ralph Damell and Laura M. Darnell to Beverly Lynne Lane and Bradley Mar­ tin Lane, 9 5 9 acres, Fulton, $380. • Brayden Andrew Young and Emily Young to Joshua R. Little and Amy Little, I lot, Farmington, $382. - Trustee Services of Caro- . Iina to Carrington Mortgage Services,. I lot, Clarksville, $287. • Brenda Jane Summers, William Franklin Summers and Marcia Christine Gilkes- Summers, and Robert Law­ rence Summers and Karen Crady Summers to Jeffrey D. Clark and Melissa A . Clark, 2 tracts, Mocksville, $536. • Bradley Reese Smith to Robert Charles Wilcox and Shelia Rae W ilcox, I lot, Calahaln, $286. • Bank of America to Kath- eryn Smith, I lot, Calahaln, $190. - Tmstee Services of Caro­ lina to CitiMortgage, 2 tracts, Mocksville, $239. - Richard Wayne Williams Jr. and Carla W iliam s to RCC Assets, 3 tracts, Fulton. - Edward H. Leagans and Patricia S. Leagans to Edward H. Leagans, C. Ellis Leagans Jr. and George H. Leagans, I.21 acres, Farmington. • Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Bob­ by Glenn Davis and Pamela Johnson Davis, I lot, Jerusa­ lem. • Charies M. Meadows and Kimberly M . Mead­ ows to American Homes 4 Rent Properties, I lot. Shady G rove,$412. • David Eugene Robert­ son and Janet A. Robertson, and Gerald Harris Robertson and Barbara A . Robertson to Larry W. Lanier and Patsy D. Lanier, 1.82 acres. Farming- lon,'S66. • M altz Properties to Ran­ dy Gene Burton Jr. and Lisa W agner Burton, I acre, $269. - John Jarvis and Kaien Jarvis to Jeremy W. Kent and Christina M . Kent, I lot,$328. • Linda Shoaf and Gerald Shoaf, Darlene Tutterow and David Tutterow1 Cheri Cook, Dean Godbey and Shelia Godbey, Christine Correll and Donnie Correll, Dolores Hendrix and Gene Hendrix, Annette Taylor and Donald Taylor, Shelly Baughman and Faron Baughman and Ronnie Godbey and Karen Godbey to Rusty Godbey, 2 tracts.' • Randall Matthew Foster to George Randall Foster and Dana Jones Foster, I acre, $150. • N.C. Housing Finance Agency to Morena G . Bemal, I lot, Mocksville. • Kevin Sheehan and Karen Sheehan, and Brian Beck­ ett and Gillian Beckett to B. Dawn Moose, I lot, Farming­ ton,$1,100.. - Sharonview Federal Cred­ it Union to Jose Eduardo Lo­ pez Leon, I lot, Mocksville, $82. • M l XIlI to Jun Kun Xiao and Jin Xtu Zhu, I lot, Mocks­ ville, $390. • Gwendolyn Z . Marsden to Joshua P. Evans, 2 tracts, $210. - Substitute IYustee Servic­ es to American Homes 4 Rent Properties Nine, I lot, Mocks­ ville, $202. - Robert Sandoz and Bever­ ly Sandoz to Russell C. Proc­ tor and Rhonda K. Proctor, I lot, Shady Grove, $ 130. - Glenda S. Bamhardt to Ronald W. Whaley. 6.96 acres, $71. • Joy G . Mills to Thomas Ashley Seaford and Amanda Jewell Seaford, I tract, Jeru­ salem ,$186. Marriages The following were issued marriage licenses by the Da­ vie Register o f Deeds. - Timothy Nolan Banner, 47, and Terrell Yvene Dillard, 35, of Cleveland. • Gary Franklin Slabach, 48, and Nicole Elizabeth Jones, 42, both of Advance. - Andrew Dell Gizinski, 33, and Julie Melema Current, 33, both of Mocksville. • Amanda Leigh Johnson, 38, and Kevin James Bennett, 4 9 ,of Pfafftown. - Vicente Castro Almazan, 21, and Ada Noemi Caballero, 18, of Mocksville. • Ellison McKissick Arm- field, 65, and Carole Ann Morse, 66, of Advance. • Jacob Eli Hartman, 27, and Alison Page Ceresani, 22, o f Advance. • James Edward Midgette Jr., 26, and Jessica Marie Smith, 24, of Mocksville. • Charles Randall Brooks, 46, and Patricia Renee Os*, borne, 45, of Mocksville. • Wade Sherman Bum s, 76, and Jon ScMt Woodring, 57, of Advance. • Joseph Michael Montore, 45, and Carolyn Sha Weath­ erford Dunagan, 41, of Farm- ville. - Rubens Louis Garcia, 22, o f Winston-Salem, and Me­ gan Jean Czaja, 18, of Yadk- ' inville.- - Sebastian Zev Sturdivant, 18, and Brittany Lynn Mc- Crain, 22, of Mocksville. • Hector Jacinto Guada­ lupe, 21, and Maria Lizbeth DeLa Cruz, 22, of Harmony. - Melissa Ann Ranagan, 49, and Barbara Gale Turner, 58, o f Advance. - Miguel Dionicio Jacin­ to, 39, and Nunila Calvario Magana, 36, of Harmony. - Francis Koren Sheets, 20, and Brian Edwin Parent, 27, of Mocksville. Civil Lawsuits The following civil law­ suits were filed with the Davie Clerk of Court. • Elizabeth Finnegan vs. Dallas Hatherlee Jr., domestic violence protective order. - Michelle B. Barrier vs. Eddie L. Barrier, alimony, child support, custody, di­ vorce from bed and board, equitable distribution, post separation support, writ of possession, emergency in­ junction, emergency custody. - PaIletone of North Caroli­ na vs. Coastal Equipment and Supply, collection on account, $9,134, attorney fees,. • Mark Russell vs. O iristie Russell, divorce. • Davie Social Services vs. the following, child support: Jason L. Hampton, Wendy D. Snowden, Thylor J. Bostick, Jamie L. Holland, Anthony J. Burke, Joshua M. Locastro, Defonz McCaskiII, David D. Hargro, Sr. - Portfolio Recovery Asso­ ciates vs. Jeremy Berube and Katie A. Graves, collection on account,$1,617.98. - Winona Gregory Dunn vs. James LaVan Dunn, domestic violence protective order. - N2 Plus LLC vs. Jeff Bur- chette, collection on account, $8,000. • Synchrony Bank vs. Phyl­ lis Hayes, collection on ac­ count, $2,680.75. - Samantha Josephine Dor­ othy Sabol Reed vs. Michael Lawrence Reed, domestic violence protective order. • Joel Clampitt doing busij; ness as Clampitt’s Lawn Cat$ vs. Debra S. Harpe, raonej; 4 owed, $565. ?; > Casey Dianne Black!; welder vs. Christopher Alan Painter, custody. •»; • Megan' Elisabeth Heller; .v s. Joshua S c o tt.A lb e rts^ domestic violence protective! order. - Makenzie Stephens v$»! William Cody Hayes, domes*! tic violence protective order. ?! • Linda Koroll vs. T im o ­ thy Koroll, domestic violence protective order. v; • Karen Gaskins Bynim-vsr* McAuIey C. Byrum III, eq< uitable distribution, absolute' divorce, post separation sup*! port, alimony, attorney fees. «! • Portfolio Recovery As*! sociates vs. Laura Ashlej;! Moss, collection on accounts $5,264.89. • James LeVan Dunn v ft Winona Gregory Dunn, do*; mestic violence protective; order. I;; - Adam Parks Sain vs. T ift fany Sexton Sain, divorce! from bed and board, equitabl^! distribution,attorney’s fees. • Shane Sumner vs. Amy Sumner, divorce, equitable Town of Mocksville Calendar of Events January Jan I Town Hall Closed Jan. 2 Garbage & Recycle Pickup Jan 3 Vard Waste Site - 8am Noon Jan. 5 Christmas Tree Pickup Jan .6 ' Town BoardMeeting 4pm Jan 9 Garbage & Recycle Pickup Jan 16 Garbage & Recycle Pickup Jan 17 Yard Waste Site -8am -Noon Jan. 23 Garbage & Recycle Pickup Jan 30 Garbage & Recycle Pickup * tV ‘ Pj February Feb.3 i ‘ Town Board Meeting 4PM Feb,6 - Garbage ^Recycle Pickup Feb.7 Yard Waste Site-8am -N oon Feb. 13 Garbage & Recycle Pickup Feb. 20- Garbage & Recycle Pickup Feb-21 ' Yard Waste Site - 8am-Noon Feb. 27 Garbage & Recycle Pickup March, , March 3 Town Board Meeting 4PM Maich 6 Garbage 8t Recycle Pickup March 7 - Yaid Waste Site -Sam-Noon March 13 Garbage & Recycle Pickup Match 20 G arbages Recycle Pickup March 21 Ybrd Waste Site1- Sam-Noon March 27 Garbage & Recycle Pickup 'e v a f i o n s salon lie It's Time To Get Elevated B low O ut Special: S h a m p o o /C u t/B lo w o u t = $ 2 0 .0 0 C u t/C o lo r/B lo w o u t = $ 4 5 .0 0 M a n ic u re /P e d ic u re S p ecial = $ 3 0 .0 0 (W elcoming: N ail Technician, Jise la M a rtin e z specializing in silk w raps, gels, acrylics and shellacl) 129 NC Hwy. 801 Soulh, Suite 101 Advance, NC 27006 336-998-2500 Mon-Fri 10om-6pm By Appointmenl or Wolk-In FAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY I D r-Rivers ' I D enta LTip oftheWeek "Children should start flossing their teeth when the first adjacent teeth in their mouth begin to contact." ^ I Andrew J. Rivers DMD ; 118 Hospital S t • Mocksville, NC 27028336-751-6289 I "Serving C hildren Sr A d u lts" f Accepting MostMajor Insurances 8'; Riversfamilydentistryxom g! Noticeof Davie County TaxListing AU property on hand Jan. 1,2015, both real and personal, is subject to taxation regardless of age and sex of owner. During the normal listing period taxpayers m ust list i any vehicle that is not licensed (doesn't have a current registration) or that has a perm anent multiyear tag as of Jan 1,2015. Other property yoil m ust list is as follows; mobile homes, boats ant} motors, jet skis, aircraft farm equipm ent used ta produce' lricome, too1s,' assets'arid suppfies'6f 3 business, furnishings ow ned and rented by landlord. Taxpayers should also report any n"< buildings or any improvements built on real estat^ or any changes to real estate. 2015 listing forms will b e m ailed to taxpayers that listed personal property in 2014. If you do not receive a listing form and need to list property or report changes to real property please contact the TaxAssessoTsoffice1FormsareavaiIabIeonIine. Exclusions - m ust b e 65 o r older OR totally and perm anently disabled to apply 1. Elderly and Disabled Exclusion • Income must be $29,000 or below • Must be 65 or older OR totally and permanentlydisabled • Reduction of $25,000 or 50% of value of hom e and I acre of land 2. Disabled Veterans Exclusion • N oincom ecap • Must be honorably discharged • Must have a 100% service related disability • Reduction of $45,000 in value of hom e and 1 acre of land 3.Circuit Breaker • Income must not exceed $43,500 • Must be a legal Nordi Carolina resident and have owned and occupied property as your perm anent legal residence for five years If you are currently receiving an exclusion you do not need to reapply. If you would like to apply you may request an application from the Tax Assessor's office. Applications are also online. > P bce to list; Tax Assessor's Office, Administration Building, 123 South Main StreeL Mocksville NC 27028 Wavs to List; In person, mail, fax, electronic listing for BPP only. Information and link to file electronically chi website. H ourstoLIsti 8AM - 5PM Monday - Friday U stina Period: Jan.1 -Jan.31,2015. Listingforms must be received by or have a US Postmark of Jan. 31,2015 or before to be considered on time. Late listings are assessed a 10% penalty. Tel; 336753-6120 Fax:336751-0154 W eb; daviecountync.gov then select Departments, Tax Administration and Forms. Davie CountyTax Administrator Brian S Myers 6 VDAVIK COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jnn. 1,2015 ItVk^ Helping People Davie Medical Center ED Director Enjoys Variety, Making A Difference -F o r Dr. Matthew Cline, medical director of the Em ergency D epartm ent at Da- : jfle Medical C enter-B erm uda Run, helping people in the community is what -,jnedicine is all about. URGENT CARE i . .m Y IfSttS,, , > ' , EMERGENCY CARE S M m M I S w i p w S f w s i a m ' I HNHMHHSft S £ E S S f f i S M * ! S s ^ i S S ' Source: W ake Forest Baptist Medical Center 4Ift ^ l h . M ^ a w s i:i DOWiVTOWN MOCKSVILLE Winter Fest Events I C E S K A T I N G R I N K Saturday, Jan. 3rd 12pm - 5pm Junkers Outdoor Theater FR EE TO T H E P U B U C C om e and enjoy the fun on this artificial skating surface that accom m odates up to 3 0 people a t a time, perim eter fencing, rubber m atting and of course, SKATES! S kate sizes range from 9 youth to 13 adult so everyone h as a chance to u se the rink! Refreshments and food will be available for purchase at this event. H e lp S u p p o rt S to re h o u se fo r Jesu s! Drop off your C anned G oods * at each of th e se Events. T O B O G G A N T U N N E L I Saturday, Jan. 3rd 12pm - 5pm Junkers Outdoor Theater FR EE T O T H E PU B U C < | G et ready for the m ost exhilarating ride you will take this winter! T he brand new Toboggan T unnel com bines sp eed, adrenaline and m ystery into one am azing attraction. At e‘ over 15’ tall and 45’ long this slide is m ade to look like a m ountainous adventure h as landed on your front doorstep. With the twin roller lanes covered by a snow covered tunnel, th ere is m ystery and intrigue am ong your g u ests a s c to w hat this tunnel h a s to offer. O nce inside, g u ests will bring their toboggan to th e top of th e ‘ slide and prepare to take flight! T here is no o ther slide like this in the United £ 1 Mark your Calendar for these Thrilling Events!! By Les G ura Wake Forest Baptist HealthWire The letter from the wife of a heart attack patient dem­ onstrates what Dr. Matthew Cline enjoys most about his job as medical director of the emergency department at Davie Medical Center—Ber­ muda Run. The woman’s husband had been having .chest pain all morning. At the ED, he was given- an electrocardiogram and diagnosed as having a heart attack. He was prepped and transported to the cath­ eterization lab at Wake For­ est Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem. The patient’s wife wrote to Cline that she believed the ED workers had saved her husband’s life. “One of the great parts of being in the ED is doing these levels of interventions, ev­ erything from treating minor injuries from falls' to diagnos­ ing heart attacks and stroke,” Cline said. For Cline, who grew up in Lincolnton and attended Wake Forest University and Wake Forest School of Medi­ cine, helping people on a lo­ cal level is what medicine is all about. “People arrive here around the clock for whatever they need when there’s just no al­ ternative,” he said. “The im­ portant thing is to just get to Sewer... Continued From Page I pay the same rate as Winston- Salem users, and that the agreement to handle more ca­ pacity from eastern Davie will be .“ perpetual." \ “In spite of the fact that the CCUC’s decision last sum­ mer to agree to a treatment- only rate gave real credibility to the force main extension through the Underpass Road area, I do not understand why another route was not com­ missioned to be examined for Walkers, Runners Sought For Group Training Want to get in shape for 2015? Join runners and walkers of all abilities for group training every Saturday morning at 8 a.m. in the Brock parking lot off North Main Street in Mocksville. Led by Dave Salmon arid sponsored by Mocksville- Davie Recreation, the goal of participants will be to take part in the Popsicle Run in February, the Shamrock Run in March and/or the Extra Mile run in April. To Ieam more, call 492- 2360 or email drsahnon© yadtehiet. us. We'll get you to where you need to go.” Many staff members at the Bermuda Run ED are from Davie County or nearby. “A lot of our nurses came over from Davie Medical Center—Mocksville. They grew up here,” Cline said. “That’s helpful for patients and families, to see a familiar face.” The Bermuda Run ED re­ placed the Mocksville ED in October 2013. AU emergen­ cies route to the Bermuda Run location at Exit 180 off o f-40. The Bermuda Run ED is able to offer more advanced treat­ ments than the urgent care center at Davie Medical Cen­ ter—Mocksville. . The ED focuses on diag­ nosing and providing initial treatment for a wide variety of illnesses and injuries. Just' as urgent care will refer pa­ tients needing more advanced immediate care (such as being put on a breathing tube) to the ED1 the ED can quickly hand off patients who need more in-depth care to the nearby specialists of Wake Forest Baptist, Davie Medical Cen­ ter’s referral hospital. In fact, Cline said, for problems such as stroke symptoms, chest pain, heart attack and breathing diffi­ culty, its often a better option for people in western Forsyth and Davie counties to go to the ED in Bermuda Run for a less costly option that would pass muster with the CCUC,” Ruffin wrote. “I was surprised to Ieam that neither option had been vetted with the community except. through'. discussions at board of commissioners meetings. The absence of any outreach created misinforma­ tion, and an aura of distrust surrounded the county even as we proceeded to implement a communications plan with area residents.” Ruffin is asking county commissioners to wait un­ til February to make a deci­ sion, so that a meeting with residents can be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 20 at the Ad­ vance Fire Department. Ruffin said that the vented sewer line did not match with the county’s future land use plan, which puts most land along Underpass Road as low-density residential. The pump station for Op­ tion 3 would be located north of previous locations, some­ where behind the northern edge of the Greenwood Lakes subdivision. The option also the quick response and initial treatment. Patients will be ad­ mitted to Wake Forest Baptist just as quickly, and all treating physicians have computer ac­ cess to tests, physician notes and imaging, thanks to the linked system. “That’s ' the nice thing about the network between urgent care, the ED and the tertiary hospital,” Cline said. Although the ED is open 24/7, the shift that draws the most patients is 3 p.m. to mid­ night. More than 50 people have been seen in the ED on a busy night, Cline said. With the holiday season in full swing, the illnesses most typically seen in the ED are Au and cold. People come in to receive pain relief or fluids. Cline said the best thing peo­ ple can do to avoid such sea­ sonal illness is get a Au vac­ cine and practice good hand hygiene. Another cause of ED visits during the holiday season is accidents in the kitchen. And as winter progresses further, Cline said, the ED will see its share of people who suffer strains and fractures because of falls from ice and snow. He said it never hurts to stop by either urgent care or the ED after a spill or acci­ dent, even if you don’t think you have seriously harmed yourself. “You always want to make sure it’s not some­ thing else.” would require the county to obtain only four easements, as the lines would be along road rights of way. Total cost of the project is estimated at $11.94 million,; fcompoxed to $16 m illion’ for the gravity line and $21.1 mil­ lion for a new plant. The cost will be shared by Bermuda Run. Ruffin is asking commis­ sioners to abandon the new plant idea as well as the grav­ ity sewer line. “The county should join the effort to regionalize wastewater collection and treatment to protect our rivers and streams," he said. Permits and environmental studies could take up to a year and affect the final design of the project. “I have no way of know­ ing what the permitting pro­ cess may include but believe the state will look favorably on the permit application be­ cause it sets forth a regional approach to wastewater treat­ ment, and in doing so, elmi- nates one point of discharge into the Yadkin River.” Beginning Beekeeping Course Starts Jan. 10 The Davie County Bee­ keepers Association will hold a beginner beekeeping course beginning Jan. 10. . The class will meet from 9-11:30 am . on Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31 and Feb. 7 at the N.C. Cooperative Extension Da­ vie Center, 180 S. Main St., Mocksville, beside the court­ house. A field day will be held in early April. Cost is $45, which includes membership into the association. The class will be taught by Greg Fariss, N.C. apiary in­ spector and EAS master bee­ keeper. It will offer basic edu­ cation in bees and beekeeping to get started in beekeeping. "y ''.Y C W s J . Wishing you the best in 2015 from all of us at Howard Realty HOWARD REALTY ^ ^ 330 S. Salisbury St.,Mocksville ^ 336-751-3538 * www.howardrealty.com I D A V lE C O U N T Y E N T E R P R IS E R E C O R D , T hursday, Ja n . 1,2015 - 7 RESULTS! RESULTS! 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Have a hap­ py and safe New Years. My wish for everyone .is that you may find happiness, peace and good health. Birthday wishes go to: Lexi Miller on Jan. I; Alan Spry, Bailey Vaughn and Zach Mill­ er on Jan. 2; Eric Sampson, Christy Miller, Myka Smith and Joshua Blackburn on Jan. 3; Frankie Swain, Ethan Frye, Jim Reilly and Robin Smith on Jan. 5; Bradley Prevette, Clinton Cave and Jamie White on Jan. 6; and Tim Ferguson and Sydney White on Jan. 7. If you would like an anniver- saiy or birthday posted in this section, please do not hesitate to call or email me.. -..tiHilda Keaton thought she Was going to the home of Rick B . and Annice Wendt on Dec. 21 to celebrate Christ­ mas with family and friends, jt. .was her birthday. She was surprised by all the folks there with gifts and cards. Attending the celebration, in addition to.Rick and Annice1 were Hilda's husband Johnny, Imey Taylor, Alana Richard­ son, Vicki Richardson, Rosie Richardson, Brady Richard­ son, Chesney Keaton, Evan Steelman, Riley Richardson, Megan Williamson and Min- dy-Wendt. Everyone had a lot of fun in surprising Hilda. Loften Hill surprised his wife Becky Saturday night at the Hill Bam with an anniver­ sary cake, enjoyed by guests. The couple were married 50 years ago on Dec. 28. Our congratulations and love to the Hills. • Sheffield-Calahaln VFD meetings are held each Mon­ day night at the station at 7. Last Sunday at New Union UMC1 a special. Christmas service was held with the chil­ dren performing a play about the birth of Jesus, and many performed Christmas songs with the hand bells. Thanks to Alisa Allen, Heather Dyson and all the others, including the parents, who helped with . the Christmas program. On Sunday afternoon, the youth were invited to “Movie Time” at the parsonage with Pastor Eric and Michaelene Line- berry. The parking lot was full and the fire was roaring inside the old Zion Methodist Church building on Christmas Eve. Folks were there for an old- fashioned, candlelight Christ­ mas service with the singing .of Christmas carols, enjoying cookies and hot apple cider, and hearing about the birth of our Lord and Savior. Every­ one was taken back to a time when things were simple and The New Union United Methodist Choir, under the direction of Michele Dyson and pianist Nellie Reavis, perform Christm as music. T hese children perform Christm as songs with handbells, and then w ere part of the Christm as Story play. Performing in the play at Ijames Baptist, from left: front - Evan Hem pstead, Kaden W esolowski, Callie and Kiera Linger, C aden and Tyler Snyder, Sam Collins, Lane Hill; back - Abbey W hite. Kayli Lanier. Katelyn W ebb, Joshua Hill, Hunter and Todd McDaniel, Syd­ ney White, Bobby Brewer, Kolton Ritchie and Isaac W ebb. the true meaning of Christmas was shared with family and friends. Senior Bible Study at Lib­ erty Wesleyan is held the sec­ ond Tuesday of each month at 10 a.m. Everyone is invited. The next meeting will be Jan. 13. • On Dec. 6. the Love Devine Sunday School Class at Lib­ erty Wesleyan, held their Christmas party. Everyone had a wonderful time eating, playing games and enjoying the fellowship. Special guests were Pastor Jesse Garmon and his wife, Bobbie. On Dec. 13, the family of the late George. and Grace Goforth met at Sagebrush for their annual Christmas party. It is always a blessing to see all the family together and a time of sharing memories. Worship services at Com­ munity Covenant Church are held each Sunday at 10:45 a.m. and at 6 p.m. A small group Bible Study is held each Wednesday at 7 p.m. Ev-* eryone is invited. The Ijames Baptist Church Christmas Eve program “Christmas by the Book,” moving and heartwarming. T heA dultC hoirsahgaschil- AIySSa Goforth SpSakS dren and adults acted out the a t YouthSunday at For- Becky and Loften Hill cel- bush Friends Meeting in ebrate their 50th wedding Please Sec S-C - Page 9 £ ast Bend. anniversary Dec. 28. Johnny, C hesney and Hilda Keaton at Hilda’s sur- Music at Zion Chapel on Christm as Eve is provided by The Long Road, New Union’s praise band, Terry prise birthday celebration. Dyson, Justin Dyson, Steven Dyson and Todd Olsen. Jordan Campbell performs a special song for the folks at the old-fashioned Christm as celebration at Zion Chapel M ethodist Church. DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 1,2015 - 9 Attending the Goforth family Christm as party: Emma, Lee, Jennifer, Bar- Attending the Goforth family Christm as party: G.H., Lucy, Corey, Allie and Carter bara and T hom as Barney. Goforth and Easton. S-C Continued From Page 8 story of Jesus’ birth, ending with the resurrected Lord. Thanks to everyone who par­ ticipated in this service. The Wednesday night prayer meetings at Ijames Baptist Church have started back and arc held each week at 7. AU are invited as Pastor Daniel leads prayer and Bible Study. The Revelation Study at Ijames will resume on Sun­ day, Jan. 4 at 5:45 p.m. This is a great discussion and in- . depth study. Questions are al­ ways welcome. The Youth of Ijames Baptist meet each Sunday evening at 5:45 for recreation and Bible lessons. Youth 6- 12th grade are invited. The Illustrious Jay Birds will perform at The Ko- mer Deli in Harmony Sat­ urday beginning at 6:30 p.m.Upcoming events: the Tomm Dollee Band on Jan. 10; the Fox Mountain Enter­ tainers on Jan. 17; Joe Ma- haffey and NuHiWay on Jan. 24; and the Illustrious Jay Birds on Jan. 31. Melissa Gaither invites all children (0-4) to Toddler Sto­ rytime each Wednesday morn­ ing from 10:30-11 a.m. at the Harmony Public Library. The children sing songs, play mu­ sical instruments, enjoy a sto­ ry, do crafts and have snacks. Prayer list requests con­ tinue for Madeline Lapish, Jean Reavis, J.W. Keaton, Melvin Allred, Tom Cloer, Tom Bumgarner, Paul Beck, G.H. Goforth, Will Shepherd, Kermit Shoaf1 Craig Church, Bryan Swain, Crcola Rog­ ers, Bonnie Gunter, Lori Dy- Mac White shares a laugh with W anda and Mar- Danny, Linda, Riley and Sum m er Goforth and Kristi son. Villard Beck, Fred Roth, lene. Spillman. Betty Steelman, Bertie Stout, Dalton Edwards, Sherri Dy­ son,Jam es Richardson, Ken­ neth Talley, Johnny Naylor, Jimmy Dyson, Bill Carter, John Wallace, Lester Ed­ wards, Dot Keller, and Alvin and Louise Pope. Oursincere condolences to the families of Hemy Crotts, Gene Goforth, Ricky Doub and Aileen Clan­ ton. Send comments, informa­ tion and photos no later than Monday at 9 a.m. to brjbai- Pastor Je sse G arm on, and W ayne Dyson, Carl Dyson and C larence Draughn relax from the g am es at the ley@msn.com or 751-7567. Liberty W esleyan Sunday School Christm as party. * Sti. Hazel Frye, Elotse Stephens, Evelyn Draughn and Judy W ooten enjoy fellowship; while Freida Dyson and JodyA ppIe have fun in the kitchen. FARM FRESH PORK NoArtHtdaiGRAIN “n omasoHir-DBivBir AOMMti Jerry & Cindy Foster \ (336)998-7175 \ Sheffield- Calahaln Vol. Fire Dept.AnnualConmunHyMeeting Monday, Jan. 5,2015 You are always welcome at First United Methodist Church 310 North Main Street Historic Downtown Mocksville ContemporaryWorship 8:45 a.m. TraditionalWorship 1055 a.m. Sunday School for all ages 950 a.m. Weekly Prayer Service-Thurs. Noon-l:00 p.m. w ww.flrstum cmocksvilIe.org Telephone: 751-2503 I STEVE !JAMES CARPET CLEANING! DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF YOUR CARPET! 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County Liners are looking forward this week to New Year’s Day and 2015. As our ... pictures show, our beloved i,. children's church Christmas , programs were excellent and well-attended. M ost folks are tired from the many activities and need a break for some R and R. Hence, there are few ,.-.community events planned this week. The V-Point Ruritans will not have a breakfast Saturday. They look forward to seeing you at the next breakfast Sat­ urday, Feb. 7. The United Methodist Men i ' of Salem will meet at 7:30 •” a.m. Sunday, Jan. 4 in the 5! fellowship hall. They invite ’ others in the community for J- breakfast and prayer. J. The Rev. Michael Bur- 1; chette of Harmony will be the I; guest speaker at the II a.m. •I worship service Sunday at • ' Calvary Baptist Church: Ev- 0 eryone is invited. Upcoming community ji events include a country ham J* and sausage breakfast spon- sored by Salem United Meth­ odist Men from 6-10 a.m. Sat- , urday, Jan. 17 at the County Line VFD; and "Everybody's - Birthday" sponsored by Piney , Grove AM EZion Church at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 17 at the , Davie County Public Library. Our community extends its , deepest sympathy to the fami­ ly of Lena Prevette Souther of Ratledge Road, who died last : Friday at home. She was bom .in Wilkes County in 1919 to ..th e late Gaston Roscoe and , Pearl Johnson Prevette1 who . later moved to Davie Acad- emy Road at Hunting Creek. , She attended Wilkes County schools and then married - Charlie Clay Souther, who . died in 1991. After the couple , moved to Davie, she became active in community and. ,. church activities. A 60-year ,..member, of the Kappa ECA1 she was honored by the group .. a few years ago for her dedi- . cated service. She loved ev- . erything about homemaking - crafts, baking, sewing: quilt­ ing and more. After her retire­ ment from Fiber Industries in 1982, she pursued her loves even more. She loved sew- . ing and quilting and instilled' such in her daughter Sharrie and granddaughter Renee. She enjoyed quilt shows and joined other quilters via the Davie Senior Services Mon- 1 day Morning Quilting Club and the Davie County Quilt 'G uild. As long as her health permitted, she was an active dedicated member of Salem At the Clarksbury Methodist children's Christm as program, Lisa Cartner narrates the story of town folks (portrayed by the children) awaiting the coming of Jesus. Mary (lmani Beasley) and Joseph (Eric Walker) with Baby Jesu s pius the angels (Audrey A nderson and Emily Ireland) and the three w ise men (Cooper Hathcockr Bryce Anderson, and Colt Galliher). Je su s com es in the form of a poor wom an with child (Willow barrier neiped by Beth Ann Galliher), a hom eless man, and a cripple whom the town folks feed, clothe, and m eet to collect m oney for their needs. United Methodist Church and the Treasures Sunday school class. For years, she taught Sunday school classes for children and helped with vacation Bible school and. church fund-raising projects. Caring and creative, she loved using her talents and skills to help others. A service cele­ brating her life was held Mon­ day at Eaton Funeral Chapel and she was laid to rest in the Salem United Methodist Church Cemetery. We send get-well wishes to Whel 1/2 LITER CHEERWINE PRODUCTS (includes regular & diet varieties of: Cheerwlne, Sun Drop, Sunklst, RC Cola, 7UP, Canada Dry, and Diet Rite) $2.25/six pack $9.00/case Foster Drug Co. 495 Valley Road • Mocksville • 336-751-2141 www.fosterdrugco.com Regular Hours: M-F 8:30-6 • Sat 8:30-4 • Sun 1:30-5 Wendell Sain, Michael Smith, and Naomi "Om" Cartner Stroud. Wendell has been hospitalized at Chapel Hill. Michael was hospitalized with breathing problems for three weeks at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, had by-pass surgery, and has been recuperating at home since Thursday of last week. Om fell and has been hospitalized at Iredell Memorial Hospital. Junior Stroud has improved since his surgery and was to be transferred to Novant Trinity-The Elms on Harper Road in Clemmons for rehab Monday of this week. Mabel Gryder remains in rehab at Autumn Care of Statesville. Chink Campbell and Nick Reaves remain in rehab at Brian Center of Statesville. Join us in prayer for the Lord's divine healing and blessings upon Wendell, Mi­ chael, Om1 Junior, Mabel, Chink, Nick, and others who are having health, problems. Pray for the Lord's blessings and strength upon the family of Lena. Also, remember in prayer the family of Tommy Daywalt of Cooleemee, who suffered breathing problems and died unexpectedly Tues­ day of last week; he was the son of the late Wiibum Day- walt of County Line and wife Reba Byerly Daywalt. Word has just been received of the death of Jewell Waller of Mr. Henry Road. A service celebrating her life was to be held at I p.m. Tuesday of this week at Moming Star Baptist T ow n le a d e rs a ^ d business folks, including the Church in Cleveland. Davie bsksc (Sam antha Redmond) and town mayor (Bray Funeral Service was serving Trivette) join the effort to help. the family. Please remember her family in prayer. Here's wishing everyone very safe holidays. Happy New Year.Advance FINE JEWELRY H au eaH appy a P ro sp ero u s HPiMYean We will be closed Jan. Ist-Jan. 4th; Reopen on J a a 5th 2503 Lewisville-Clemmons Rd., Clemmons Beside Lowes Foods * 766-8505 By Edith Zim m erm an Advance Correspondent Despite the dense fog on Christmas Eve a good crowd attended the Candlelight Ser­ vice at the old Historic Fulton Methodist Church on Christ­ mas Eve. On Tuesday night, Janie Hendrix, Brenda Zimmer­ man and Edith Zimmerman drove to Rockwell to attend a Christmas program titled " E m m anue I-C e le b ra tin g Heaven’s Child" in which 3-year-old Ethan Fortin par­ ticipated in as a lamb. Ethan is the grandson of Janie Hendrix and great-grandson of Edith. On Christmas Day the Zimmerman family enjoyed having lunch with Amanda Hendrix Fortin and husband Scott Fortin and family at Rockwell. Thanks to the Advance F Department for their vis and the treats, to the shut-i and the elderly In the comm nity during the holidays. T elves were most helpful. Get-well wishes to Lu Barney who has been cc fined to home for the pj week. Rick and Leila DeLucia h dinner, plus a gift exchan* with their son Tom DeLut and family on Christmas E in Clemmons. On Christm morning the Delucia fami gathered at Rick and Leili home in Hickory Hill I breakfast prepared by Lei This is a family tradition f the past 50 years. A Happy and Prospero New Year is wished for e eryone DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , Thursday, Ja n . 1,2015 - II Squabble .... Continued From Page I Meadwell, zoning director, found to be a non-compliance issue, which prompted the FCA board to request ad­ ditional time for the trees to grow. They wanted to address with the board other issues, including a gate, signage, out­ door storage, and a lighting plan. Hartman said: “It’s been obvious for awhile the trees that are there are not going to meet those conditions due to environmental concerns. We had several trees that died, a whole section, 100 or so feet of trees that died." He said the trees were not planted five feet apart, because after consulting an arborist,. and on advice from their landscaper, it was de­ cided leaving only five feet of space wouldn't be conducive to the health of the trees. The association had a six-foot tall, 1,000-foot long wooden fence constructed along the property line, in an effort, Hartman said, “to re­ spond to their continued com­ plaints and us trying to satisfy their complaints. It was not [put there] maliciously. The fence area of the barrier actu­ ally negates the type C barrier because it is a higher level, a type B barrier, so we have actually gone over and above what the board requires for a large portion of that property.” W illiams’ wife, Jean, on questioning by their attorney, Jeremy Carter Jr., told the board she felt the fence was 'spiteful.” “I have an ugly Iwooden fence I look at every [day, I have the backside of it.” Carter asked, “So they l^have the fence facing toward ’’-■themselves, not toward you?” Ind Williams said, “Correct.” W illiams testified he had r measured the trees and found them to be 11 to 13 feet apart, adding he. wanted them for privacy, that the fence wouldn’t grow but the trees would. He said he moved there to get away from people and noise but was having to deal with both. Hartman told the board they planted an additional 100-plus trees, many of them six feet tall or more and said the trees were planted in a double row so they would fill in faster. In a letter to Meadwell in October, Hartman said with the trees, a natural growth bar­ rier that has been left to grow, and the six-foot tall fence: “We anticipate that these three barriers will meet and exceed the intent of the special use permit restrictions to allow our neighbor to maintain a level of privacy. We only wish that there were some restric­ tions on our neighbor to leave us alone and allow us a level of privacy.” Hartman produced a pic­ ture he said the Williams had put up to be visible to people on the trail, saying they had to go on community center prop­ erty to put it up. The sign had profanity and said ‘I bet you wish you had planted those [expletive] trees now’ and was signed with more profanity. He said he had a record­ ing of a profanity-laced phone call from Ms. W illiams, and Laura Mathis, community center executive director, tes­ tified the Williams called her on a regular basis, and in the beginning, their conversations were friendly, but their last call to her was a personal at­ tack. After discussion with the board, she was directed to not sj>eak with the W illiams fur­ ther' and to have them direct their questions to the board. Michael Baker, a scout­ master whose troop did work along the trail, testified he was threatened' and harassed by the W illiams and said they put up a sign with profanity in plain view. “How appropriate is that?” he asked. As far os the required gate, which as a condition was to be a locked gate that would close the facility at dark, Hartman said, “We have a gate, it’s just not the type Mr. Williams wants.” Williams said people were accessing the park after dark, and Hartman said, “Rich Park closes at dark but I will prom­ ise you people access it after dark. It’s open land.” He also said the sign in the kiosk advises the park closes at dark. Williams told the board a solid, fixed gate that could be locked would help deter peo­ ple from going on his property and help keep people out after dark, but board member Mi­ chael Branham said he'd been out to the property that day and couldn't see how a gate would help. “W hat’s to stop people from walking around the gate?” he asked Williams. “Nothing,” Williams said. “A physical barrier maybe would keep people out.” “In my mind it has to serve a substantial reason to do that, and I just can't see how a gate standing alone will prevent people from accessing the property,” Branham said. Williams responded: “Maybe they need to put a fence up (around the prop­ erty).” Branham said: “That's not a requirement.” The gate is a chain with a lock. Hartman said a gate hasn't been installed because the project is not complete. He spoke to the signage, lighting and outdoor storage conditions. Signage indicating proper­ ty boundaries was required to be in place, lighting was to be of a dark-sky type and limited to 20 feet in height, and there was to be no outdoor storage. Williams argued there were no signs, and said he thinks he and his wife are being ac­ cused of taking the signs that had been in place but that it was the people who put down, gravel who took the signs. Hartman said there is a sign showing the property boundaries in the kiosk at the trailhead, but that in order to put up signs at each property boundary, because the com­ munity center property cross­ es the W illiams’ driveway in places, posts would have to be placed in their driveway with signs on them. He said because the prop­ erty line is on the other side of the fence, a sign wouldn't be visible to anyone on the trail. “I believe the current bor­ ders obviously imply that's the border, that you shouldn’t cross it. A sign that's not vis­ ible from the property line serves no purpose and pro­ vides no benefit,” he told the board. In response to Williams' complaint about lights on the community center, Hartman said they hadn’t submitted a lighting plan because they have no lighting plan. The community center is not part of the trail. Williams complained about what he said was out­ door storage, which was an unassembled gazebo under tarp. Hartman told the board, “We don't believe that quali­ fies as outdoor storage. It's a building we intend to put up. Yes, we have been delayed in putting it up. The biggest reason for the delay is that we have expended the funds intended for the construction of the building on the prop­ erty line to try and be good neighbors and satisfy our neighbors, to the tune now of close to $21,000. The photos I have show various viewpoints along the trail to where the thing is stored, and you can't view it anywhere. You can’t see it from the road. You can't see it from the community center. You can't see it from the trail” . W hen asked if it could' be seen from the W illiams’ horde, Hartman said, “I haven’t been in their home so I can’t an­ swer that.” After a lengthy discussion, the board voted unanimously to have the FCA post one Obituary sign designating the bound­ ary at each property line. On a vote to allow FCA to have until April 2018 for the trees to grow to the required height, only Tim Latham opposed. The board voted unani­ mously to amend the outdoor storage condition to say no storage is allowed in view of the public, and on a motion the current chain with a lock suffices to serve as a locked gate, the vote was unanimous. Jewel Christine Waller Jewel Christine Waller, 42, of Mr. Henry Road, Mocks­ ville, died Friday, Dec. 26, 2014 at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center after a period of declining health. She was the daughter of Wayne M. Waller Sr. and Mary Ellen Taylor Waller, and was bom in Rowan County Sept. 8,1972. In 1991, she un­ derwent a kidney transplant, which she received from her brother, and she enjoyed some 22 years without com­ plications during which time she made significant contribu­ tions. She was a graduate of Davie High School Class of 1990. She earned an associate degree from Mitchell Com­ munity College, a bachelor’s degree from UNC-Charlotte and her master’s degree frdm Gardner Webb Univer­ sity. She was a third grade teacher at Harmony Elemen­ tary School, but more recently taught fourth grade. She was an animal lover and collected Garfield memorabilia. She loved people and enjoyed going out to eat with teacher friends, family and others. Also surviving: her brother, Wayne M. Waller Jr. of China Grove; her sister, Mary Ellen Ferguson and husand Steven CanaIPino B y Betty Etchison W est Cana/Pino Correspondent I'fSJtMany celebrated the birth iof the Savior, Jesus Christ by ‘'-attending church services. : Marlene Trivette and I be­ an a celebration on the first aturday in December at a ervice of scripture reading, rols, special music, love st and candle lighting at the Id Huntsville United Meth- dist. That old church, built in 889, no longer has an active ongregation, but members f the Huntsville Historical reservation Society open it each year for the program. After the scripture was read and carols were sung, hot chocolate and Moravian sugar cake made by David White Jr., was served while the Bell Choir from Farmington Unit­ ed Methodist Church played. The program ended with a candle lighting service. Those lighted candles, which were raised as the group sang “Si­ lent Night,” created an ambi- e in that old church which cannot be found elsewhere. Along with friends Jenny Turner and Sara Wallace, I attended the Singing Christ­ mas Tree at the First Baptist Church in Salisbury. We were thrilled by the program. The Singing Christmas Tree was spectacular and we left filled with the spirit of Christmas. I occupied my favorite back-row seat at the 5 pm . service at the First Methodist in Mocksville on the Sunday before Christmas. The pro- . gram presented by the church Chancel Choir was wonder­ ful. The music soared as the choir sang accompanied by a 12-piece orchestra as did the spirits of the congregation. One left feeling that the birth of Jesus Christ was being properly celebrated. A Christmas dinner for members and friends of Wes­ ley Chapel Church was held Sunday, D ec. 21 in the fellow­ ship hall. The delicious meal, sponsored by the Young Peo­ ple’s Sunday School Class, was prepared by Toni Horton, Kathy and Bob Ellis and Rick and Judy Wilson. Jody Wil­ son, her daughter, Michelle and her friend, and Dawn and Dale Ellis helped serve. After dinner, the group was enter­ tained by a band, Billy and the Blue Grass Boys. The fel­ lowship hall looked beautiful with its lovely Christmas tree and all the tables festooned with maroon tablecloths and white poinsettias. Eaton's Baptist had its Chil­ dren's Christmas Program Dec. 14 and its choir present­ ed its Cantata Dec. 21. Both were well attended and added to the joy of the Christmas season.Dr. David Gilbreath is the pastor at Eaton's Baptist. Family gatherings have been a big part of the Christ­ mas celebration for many. The Leagans/Collette family gath­ ered at the newly renovated home of Eddie and Patty Lea­ gans. Eddie and Patty served a delicious meal to the oldest living member of the family, Dorothy Marx, and to Jenny Leagans of Mocksville. Other guests were: Colleen Col­ lette, Glenna Collette Lagle, Glenna's daughter, Susan and her husband Larry Valenti, all of Charlotte; Ellis and Judy Leagans of Arkadelphia, Aric.; George and Kaye Leagans of Ware Shoals, S.C.; George and Kaye’s sons, Joel Lea­ gans from Houston, Texas, and Daniel Leagans and his wife from Greenville, S.C.; Eddie Leagans' daughter, Le- anne Leagans from Adanta, Ga.; Ellis and Judy Leagans’ daughter, Monica Hardin, and her sons, Isaac and Zachary of Lynchburg, Va. I went by in the afternoon especially to see Glenda Collette Lagle, my friend when was growing up. The descendants of Floyd and Elma Lowery Dull gath­ ered for their Christmas Din­ ner at the Fellowship Hall of Wesley Chapel Dec. 14. Jimmy Dull of Clemmons and Marlene Dull Trivette of Pino are the only surviving children of Mt. and Mrs. Dull. Their families and the fami­ lies of Mildred Dull Reavis, Vestal Dull, and DeIViIla Dull Smith, the deceased members of the Floyd and Elma Dull family, enjoyed their Christ­ mas gathering. BiU and Marty Etchison Babcock prepared a delicious dinner for the descendants of Everett and Lola Sofley Etchison at their home in Ra­ leigh. Those who enjoyed the' meal were: John and Rachel Etchison of Siler City; Tonya and Charles Balan and their daughters, Lauraand Caroline. of Pittsboro; Patrice and Justin Burleson of Durham; Frances Tutterow, Elizabeth Burchette and son Joseph, and Jason and Page Tutterow and their daughters Reese and Harper, all of Advance; Susan and Al Cujas and their children, Amy, Missy, and Oliver, and Henry W est, all of Cana; and Autumn Spillman of Yadkin- viUe. Betty and Roland West were unable to go Raleigh be­ cause of illness. Roland is suf­ fering from shingles as well as Lewy body disease. Kathy and Bob Ellis enter­ tained Latham and Ellis fam­ ily members and friends on Sunday, Dec. 28 at Wesley Chapel. Among the guests were descendants of John and Flora Latham and friends of the family. Also present were Bob EUis’ daughter, Amy Home and husband Travis, and their children, Nathan, Dalton, Daniel, Gavin and Grace, of Jacksonville, Fla., who are spending time with Kathy and Bob. Michael and Nancy had the MiUer family for dinner at their home on Spillman Road. Those who enjoyed the deli­ cious meal were Michael’s Mother, Marie Miller, Patrick and Kathy Miller, and Lon­ nie Miller, all of Pino. Other guests were Michael and Nan­ cy’s family, Kristin and David Hall and their chUdren, Kora, Miller Grace, and Bodie, and Karen Miller all from Wilm­ ington; Patrick and Kathy’s • children, Suzanne and Brian Lakey and their daughters, AnnabeUe, Brooklyn, CaJ- leigh, and Stella of Advance, and Matthew and Laura Miller of Winston-Salem. Everyone in Gene and Marie M iller’s family enjoyed the dinner ex­ cept “Papa Gene” who was in Forsyth Hospital. Gene fell at his home and was checked out at the hospital, but he is back home. According to him, he is n "just soaking it up,” which means he is happy to be back in his favorite chair. Sara Eure had a great Christmas surprise. Her son, Charlie Eure, who has been working on the island of Aru­ ba for some time appeared at his mother's house a couple of nights before Christmas much to her surprise and de­ light. Sara’s daughter, Debra and her husband Gary Dull, helped make the surprise pos­ sible by meeting Charlie at the Charlotte Airport without telling her mother what was happening. The Eure family has enjoyed having the family together again. Frances and Larry Tut- terow's home was the site of the Christmas celebration for the West/Tutterow families. Those who enjoyed the abun­ dance of good food and the fun of being together were: Betty Grissom; Betty and Ro­ land West; Jason, Page, and Harper Tutterow; Elizabeth, Joe, and Joseph Burchette, Amy and Missy Cujas; Henry West; and Mindy, Autumn, and Alexander Spillman. Al, Susan, Amy, Missy, and Oliver Cujas spent some time during the holidays with Ai's family in Ford City, Pa. They were guests of the Patrick Cu­ jas family, but they enjoyed a big Christmas celebration with Al’s three brothers and his sister’s families. Amy Cu­ jas, a sophomore at Catawba College, will be spending the rest of her Christmas break with her family in Cana. m of Statesville; adopted grand­ parents, Lee and Sue Williams and their children, Kay and Ann; 4 nieces and nephews, Alan, Caleb, Marie and Abby; ,plus a number of aunts, uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Melvin and Edith Waller, and her maternal grandparents, Jess and Opal Taylor. A celebration of life service was conducted at I p.m. Tues­ day, Dec. 30 from the Morn­ ing Star Baptist Church in Cleveland with Pastor Ronnie Young officiating. The body lie in state 30 minutes prior to the service. Burial followed in the Rowan Memorial Park in Salisbury. The family re­ ceived friends at Davie Funer­ al Service Monday evening. A special memorial service will be conducted at Harmony Elementary. Memorials: National Kid­ ney Foundation, 4701 Hedge- more Dr., Suite 810, Char­ lotte, 28209. Online condolences: w w . daviefuneratsenice£om . Refuge Church Celebrating Pastor Anthony Lee Ed­ wards will lead the IOth an­ niversary celebration for Refuge Community Church, Cooleemee on Thursday and Friday, Jan. 8-9, at 7 nightly. There will be special praise and worship each night. He is the senior pastor at Beulah Baptist Church in Sa­ vannah, Ga. Valley £•< Animal " w Clinic 1243^dkinville Rd.« Mocksville, NC 27028 : Open Mon.-Fri. 7:j0 a.m. -1 2:j0 p.m.& 2:00 p.m. • 5:30 p.m.; Sat. 7:30 a.m. -12 Noon IANUARY SPECIALS Dental Special = $150.00 Includes: D ental, Polishing, A ntibiotics, and A nesthesia Adult Wellness Blood Work $85.00 (value o f $150.00) sent to lab. Rabies Clinic Every Thursday $9.00 . IN ' r Call us to make 1 ^ your appointment (336) 751-6201 12 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, T hursday, Dec. 25,2014 Obituaries George Thomas Clark • George Thomas Clark, 71, died early in the morning on Friday, Dec. 26, in the com­ pany of his family. He was bom June 28,1943 in Hartford, Conn. to Bea­ trice Geer and Burgess Miller Clark. A 1965 graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti­ tute, he spent his professional life as a wizard of mechanical sales in the HVAC industry. He loved his multi-cultural extended family and was es­ pecially happy as “Grandpa," sharing snuggles, sports, and fun with his four grandchil­ dren. He particularly enjoyed currency collecting, and was passionate about ice hockey. He played recreationally into his 70s and was an organizer and manager of the Caro­ lina Classics Hockey Club for players over 60. H etook pride in establishing the "Car­ olina Cup" tournament for se­ nior players, which crowned its first champions earlier this year. He was a life-long Hartford Whalers/Carolina Hurricanes fan thrilled to see the Stanley Cup in person af­ ter !the 2006 championship. His contagious optimism and big heart made him a com­ mitted community volunteer, serving recently with other animal-lovers at the Humane Society, of Davie County, as chair of the Triad ABC Board, as treasurer of the Bermuda Run West HOA, and as an al­ ternate on the TBR Planning Board. Survivors: his wife of 32 years, Deborah Wilen- sky Clark; children, Kevin Clark (Tammy) and Dr. Paula Clark Fischinger (Joseph); grandchildren, Faith and Jack Clark, and Genevieve and Elena Fischinger; former wife and friend, Carol Clark- Matthews; his mother-in-law, Yvonne W ilensky;' several in-laws, nieces and nephews, and his five feline family members. A life celebration will be held at 2 p m . Saturday, Jan. 3, at Bermuda Run Country Club. Memorials: Humane Soci­ ety of Davie, 291 Eaton Rd, Mocksville; Carolina Hur­ ricanes Kids 'N Community Foundation (1400 Edwards Mill Rd, Raleigh,'27607);' or any social services or arts charity. Online condolences: www. hayworth-miller.com. Tell us what you . think with a letter to the editor Details, Page 2 Henry 1H irner Crotts Mr. Henry Tbmer Crotts, 87, of NC 801 South, died Wednesday, Dec. 17,2014, at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Centerin Winston-Salem; He was bom Feb. 24,1927 in Davie County to the late Da­ vid Franklin and Nettie Ann Elizabeth Brogdon Crotts. Mr. Crotts was a member of Concord United Methodist Church. He was a veteran of theU .S.A rm y serving during World W arll. Mr. Crotts and his brother, Homer worked side by side as masons and were highly acclaimed for ex­ pertise in Forsyth County and beyond. He was the founder of the masonry program at Davie County High School where he taught for 19 years. Mr. Crotts enjoyed gardening and baseball. He was also preceded in death by his wife of 61 years', Katherine Elizabeth Tutterow Crotts; 2 sisters, Sadie Mae Wagner and Kathleen Spry; 4 brothers, Paul, Buddy, Tom­ my and Homer Crotts; and a son-in-law, Teny Potts. Survivors: 2 daughters, Vickie Potts and Tina FeIts (Keith); 3 sons, David Crotts (Diane), Richard Crotts (Deb­ bie) and Dan Crotts (Angela), all of Mocksville: 15 grand­ children; 20 great-grandchil­ dren; nieces and nephews. A funeral service was con­ ducted at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 21 at Concord United Meth­ odist Church, with the Revs. Roy Miller and Darren Crotts officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery with, military graveside rites con­ ducted by the VFW Memorial Honor Guard. The family re­ ceived friends Saturday, Dec. 20 at the church. Memorials: Concord UMC General Fund, 161 Cherry Hill Road, Mocksville; or Pul­ monary Hypertension Assoc., 8201 Roeber Road, Suite 400, Silver Springs, MD 20910. Online condolences: www. eatonfuneralservice.com. Tony A. Biakley Sr. Mt. Tony Alexander Blak- Iey Sr., 68, of Mocksville, died on Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014, at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home in Winston- Salem. He was bom March 12, 1946 in Forsyth County to Ruby Elizabeth Hawks Blak- Iey and the late James Robert Blakley. He was a veteran of the United States Navy Sea Bees with two tours of duty in Vietnam, and became an advocate for veterans and their needs. He was also an advocate for Davie County Schools. He had a love for beautifying Davie County with flowers and landscaping through his company, Blakley Landscaping. Survivors: his 92-year- old mother, Ruby Blakley of Clemmons; his wife of 49 years, Kay Frances Owens Blakley of the home; two sons, Tony Alexander Blak­ ley Jr. (Karen) of Lake Wylie, S.C. and James Victor Blakley (Kristen) of Advance; a sister, Carol Blakley Tomel (John) of Mocksville; a brother, Ste­ phen Wilson Blakley (Chris- tie) of Vale; five grandchil­ dren, Troy Alexander Blakley (Samantha),' Jourdan Victoria Blakley, Owen Parker Blak­ ley, Bowman Ward Blakley, and Karis Olivia Blakley; and by his veteran service dog, Max. The family received friends on Tuesday, Dec. 23 at Eaton Funeral Home. A funeral ser­ vice was conducted at 2 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 24 at Chest­ nut Grove United Methodist Church with the Rev. Neal Jones and Dr. David Gilbreath officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery with military graveside rites. Memorials: Chestnut Grove UMC, 2812 US 601 N., Mocksville. Online condolences: www. eatonfimeralservice .com. Doris Mae Anders Mrs. Doris Mae Bowers Anders, 85, of Sparta, formerly of Mocksville,' died Saturday, Dec. 27, 2014 at Genesis Health Care - Alleghany Center in Sparta. She was bom Dec. 6, 1929, in Forsyth County to the late Orlinda Madison and Amanda Lou Doby Bowers. Mrs. Anders was a member of New River Baptist Church in Sparta. She loved her church and family and was known for her chocolate pies. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Leonard Mack Anders; and infant daughter, Sharon Lynn Anders; a grandson, Jonathan Royal; a sister, Mildred Pollard; and a brother, Daniel Bowers. Survivors: 5 children, Gene Anders (Betty) of Sparta, Dale Anders (Pong) of Advance, Lynette Royal, Chris Anders, both of Mocksville and Joel Anders (Gail) of Sparta; 6 grandchil­ dren, Marsha Ramaza (Rico), Susan Ireland (John), Jason Royal, KimberIyAnders, ConstanceAnders and NickAnders; 3 stepgrandchildren, Amanda Blankenship, Candace Aree and Corey Hawkins; nine great-grandchildren; a brother, Moody Bowers of Mocksville; and several nieces and nephews. A funeral service was to be conducted at I p m ., Wednes­ day, Dec. 31 at Eaton Funeral Chapel in Mocksville with the Rev. Hobart Dowell officiating. Burial was to follow in Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery. The family was to receive friends from 7-9 pm . on Tuesday, Dec. 30 at the funeral home. Online condolences: www.eatonfitneraiservice.com. G et it w eekly with a subscription to the Enterprise Record $26.69 P/Yr. Lena Prevette Souther Mrs. Lena Prevette Souther, 95, of Ratledge Road, Mocks­ ville, died Friday, D eem 26, 2014 at her home. She was bom Dec. 3,1919, in Wilkes County, the fifth child of the late Gaston Ros- coe and. Pearl Johnson Pre- vette. Afterretiring from Fiber Industries in 1982, she loved do-it-yourself projects, and it seemed that there wasn't any­ thing she couldn't do. Mindful of the environment, she was recycling before recycling was known, turning trash (plastic, paper) into crafty treasures. Although she en­ joyed many artistic crafts, her passion seemed to be sewing and quilting and she passed her knowledge to her daugh­ ter and granddaughter, Re­ nee. They quilted and sewed together once a week and often enjoyed trips to quilt shows. Even though she won many blue ribbons for her work, she 'remained humble. A faithful member of Salem United Methodist Church and the Treasures Sunday School Class, she served as Sunday school teacher for children for many years and volunteered with Bible school .and fund­ raising suppers. A 60-year member of Kappa ECA, she participated in programs and served as a recreation and craft leader. She was a mem­ ber of the Monday Morning Quilt Club, which brought her joy, and the.Davie County QuiIt Guild. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Char­ lie Clay Souther.in 1991;.a son, Gary Clay Souther in 2003; and her brothers, Loyd, Claude, Stoy1 Dewey, X.D., Earl, Arvil and James Pre- vette. Survivors: her daughter and son-in-law, Shanie S. and Harold P. Campbell; grand­ daughters, Renee C. Call (Jefi) and Regina C. Andari (Fadi); and great-granddaugh­ ter, Haley L. Kyles (Matt); grandchildren, Dena Kennedy (Barry) and Scott Souther (Tonda); great-grandchildren, Chadrick Andari, Bryson Call, Hollie Faerman-Diaz, Emily Souther, Jacob Souther, and Garrett Kennedy; 7 great- great-grandchildren, Malena Faerman (her namesake), Campbell Kyles, Colton Kyles, Katie Diaz, Meredith Diaz and twins, Caroline and Charlotte Diaz; sisters, Lucy Phifer and Margaret Brown; and a daughter-in-law, Linda Souther. A funeral service was con­ ducted at 11 am ., Monday, Dec. 29 at Eaton Funeral Cha­ pel with the Revs. John Erwin and Lynn Cash officiating. The family received friends at the funeral home following the service. A private burial took place in Salem United Methodist Church Cemetery. Memorials: Salem UMC Building Fund, 1582 Davie Academy Road, Mocksville; or Hospice/Palliative Care, 377 Hospital St., Ste. 103, Mocksville. Online condolences: www. eatonfuneralservice.com. Amy Swicegood Hendrix Mrs. Amy Swicegood Hen­ drix, 61, of Sunset Drive, Mocksville, died Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2014 at Wake For­ est Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem. She was bom June 24, 1953 in Rowan County to the late Hubert Hoyle and Lois Cranfield Swicegood. Mrs. Hendrix was a member of Comatzer United Methodist Church. Survivors: her husband, Delano Hendrix of the home; 2 sons, Kevin Hendrix (Paige) and Bryan Hendrix, all of Mocksville; 3 grandchildren, Ryan, Andrew and Autumn; and 2 sisters, Diane of Okal- homa and Darlene of Ashe­ ville. A funeral service was con­ ducted at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 28 at Comatzer United Meth­ odist Church, with the Rev. Shane Young officiating. Bi- roal followed in the church cemetery. The family received friends Saturday, Dec. 27 at Eaton Funeral Home. Memorials: Kate B. Reyn­ olds Hospice Home, 101 Hos­ pice Lane, Winston-Salem, 27103. Online condolences: Wtvw. eatonfuneralservice.com. Gregory Robert Daniel Mr. Gregory Robert Daniel, 53, formerly of Mocksville, died Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014, at Pioneer Medical Center of King. He was bom Dec. 4, 1961, in Davie County to the late Robert Milton and Velma Yvonne Tucker Daniel. Mr. Daniel was a 1980 graduate of Davie County High School. Survivors: his mother, Vel­ ma E. Tucker Daniel; 3 broth­ ers, Mark Daniel (Tami) of Mocksville, Tim Daniel (Pa­ tricia) of Greensboro and An­ drew Daniel of Los Angeles, Calif.; and nephews and niec­ es, Robert and Stephen Daniel of Boone, and Stella and Mia Daniel of Greensboro. A funeral service was to be conducted at 2 p.m., Tues­ day, Dec. 30 at Eaton Funeral Chapel in Mocksville with the Rev. Shane Nixon officiating. The family received friends at the funeral home one hour prior to the service. Burial followed in Rose Cemetery. Memorials: American Dia­ betes Assoc., 1300 BaxterSt., Ste. 150, Charlotte, 28204. Online condolences: www. eatonfuneralservice.com. Ruth Rebecca Miller Ruth Rebecca Miller, 82, of Rockwell died Thursday, Dec. 25, 2014 at Novant Health Rowan Medical Cen­ ter. Shew asbom Dec. 12,1932 in Salisbury, daughter of the late Levi Gordon Miller and Sarah Maude Bowen Miller. She was educated at R.G. Kaiser School and worked at the W.G. Hefner Veterans Medical Center in Salisbury as a nursing assistant, retir­ ing after 35 years. She was a member of Eastern Star Chap­ ter 31, a bowler, having par­ ticipated in several leagues, enjoyed boating, water skiing, riding her motorcycle and was an animal lover. She was also preceded in death by 3 brothers and a sis­ ter. Survivors: adopted son, Randall Miller; 2 sisters, Eva Williams of Salisbury and Mary A. Fields of Rockwell; numerous nieces and neph­ ews. The family was to re­ ceive friends from 3-4 pm . Wednesday, Dec. 31 at Powles Funeral Home. The memorial service was to follow at 4 p.m. conducted by the Rev. Jimmie Porter. Memorials: Bayada Foun­ dation, 100 Grove Rd., Ste. I, West Dettford1 NJ, 08066- 1832. Online condolences: www. powlesfitneralhome.com. Clyde Eugene Goforth Clyde Eugene Goforth, 68 of Spencer died at his resi dence surrounded by famil; on Thursday, Dec. 18,2014. He was bom in Mocksvilli on Dec. 6, 1946 a son of tb late Clyde William Gofortl and Callie Cape Goforth.Hi was educated in the Davii County Schools, worked a a welder and for the last 2( years worked for Gibbon Produce and Furniture Co. Hi was a gardener NASCAR fai and loved being with famil> For the past 20 years he wa the caregiver for his wife, Vir ginia. Survivors: his wife of 4; years, Virginia Beam Go forth; son, Jeffrey.Paul SmitI of Salisbury; daughters, Lar rie Lonine Frank (Danny of Mocksville, Hattie Renei Hildreth (Tony) of Albemar Ie, Sherrie Kesler (Tim) o Rockwell and Carol Rayshal Stamper of Salisbury; broth ers, Roger Goforth (Debbie) Donald Goforth and Jimm; Goforth; sisters, Barbara Mc Daniel (Randy), Linda Spark: (Don) and Betty Fortune (Lar ry), and 13 grandchildren. Visitation was Monday Dec. 22 from noon-l:45 p.m at Powles Funeral Home Services followed at 2 p.m in the Powles Chapel by th< Rev. Buddy Hoffner, pasto of Bible Missionary Baptis Church. Burial followed ii Brookhill Memorial Gardens Memorials: Rowan Hos pice/Palliative Care, 72( Grove St., Salisbury, 28144. Online condolence: »vww powIesfuneralhome.com. DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 1,2015 -13 Obituaries 3 William Kemp William Kemp of Mocks­ ville died on Dec. 23, 2014, in Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home following a brief ill­ ness. He was bom in Ander­ son County, S.C. on July 14, 1941, son of the late Gus and Henrietta Peny Kemp. He at­ tended Davie County Training School, and graduated in the class of 1960. After gradu­ ation, he enlisted in the U.S. Army and received an hon­ orable discharge in 1967. On July 16,1988, he was united in marriage to Mildred Hall. He was employed by Reynolds Aluminum in Salisbury from which'he retired in July 2000. He IoveB sports and attended most of the games at Davie High School. He was a loyal fan of the Pittsburgh Steel- ers, UNC Tarheels, and LA Dodgers. He loved to watch the Williams sisters play ten­ nis. He was a reader and loved the Lord. At Fairfield Baptist Church, he was a member of the Sanctuary Choir and the M en's Choir (president). He served as a deacon (past) and advisor of the Nurses Board (past). He was also preceded in death by 3 brothers, Joseph, Garfield and Gus Jr.; and a sister, Louise Cleveland. Survivors: his wife, M il­ dred H. Kemp of. the home; 2 sons, James Foster of Char­ lotte,, and Jerome Williams of Brooklyn, N.Y.; 2 daugh­ ters, Paula (Ken) Bradshaw of Orlando, Fla. and Francine W illiams of Brooklyn; a sis­ ter, Betty (Willie) Clement of Mocksville; 14 grandchil­ dren; 7 great-grandchildren; and a number of nieces, neph­ ews, relatives and friends. His funeral service was held Monday, Dec. 29 at 2 p.m. at Fairfield Baptist Church in Mocksville. The Rev. James Clement, pastor, officiated and burial followed in the church cemetery. The family received friends at the church 30 minutes before the funeral. Online condolences: *tww. GrahamFuneralHome Jtet. Alfred ‘Tommy’ Daywalt Mr. Alfred Thomas “Tom­ my” Daywalt, 71, of Center Street1CooIeemee1 died Tues­ day, Dec. 23, 2014 at Novant Health Rowan Medical Cen­ ter in Salisbury. He was bom Oct. 19,1943 in Davie County to the late Alfred Wilburn and ReJja Byerly Daywalt. Mr. Daywalt was a graduate of Davie High School Class of 1962 and was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. He was a member of Cooleemee United Methodist Church. Having his electrical license allowed him to run his own business before re­ tiring from Norandal in Salis­ bury. Mr. Daywalt enjoyed traveling and the races. He loved spending time with his grandchildren. Mr. Daywalt had served on the Cooleemee Town Board for eight years, was a member of the Coolee­ mee Civitans, a former mem­ ber of the Cooleemee Volun­ teer Fire Dept., former Cub Scout Master in Cooleemee, and former board member of the Little League Association. He had helped with the Chiefs Little League football team. He was also preceded in death by a son, Alfred Thom­ as “Skeeter" Daywalt. Survivors: his wife of 41 years, Hellen Caton Daywalt of the.home; 2 daughters, Jes­ sica Almond (Chris) of Cool­ eemee and April Allen (Scott) of New York; 2 grandsons, Reece Almond of Cooleemee and Drew Allen of New York; a granddaughter, Megan Allen of Pennsylvania; a sister. Sue Rapon (Mike) of Florida; and several cousins, nieces and nephews. A funeral service was con­ ducted at 2 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 28, at Eaton Funeral Chapel in Mocksville with the Rev. Stan Riddle officiating. En­ tombment followed in Rowan Memorial Park Mausoleum in Salisbury with military honors. The family received friends Saturday, Dec. 27 at the funeral home. Memorials: Cooleemee Ci­ vitans, c/o David Jordan, PO Box 517, Cooleemee, 27014. Online condolences: vvivw. eatonfitneralservice.com. J C Q O * . IceCreamj 151 N. Main St. • Mocksville, NC OPEN YEAR ROUND 48 Flavors! y j f ’ W e sell D eluxe & Front Porch ■gH” =- H and D ipped m ad e in N.C. GAME ROOM: G alaga, Pinball, Air Hockey, Skee Ball HOT FUDGE SUNDAES • MILKSHAKES BANANA SPLITS ^ ^ « ^ S U G A R FREE FLAVORS AVAILABLE ■ J p g Dorothy Carol Draughn Ms. Dorothy “Dot” Carol Martin Draughn, 95, of Hos­ pital Street Extension, Mocks­ ville, died Friday, Dec. 26, 2014, at Maple Leaf Health Care in Statesville. She was bom Feb. I, 1919 in Davie County to the late Jesse Arthur and Julia Ann Blaylock Martin. Ms. Draughn was a member of Je­ sus Life Mission Church. She loved the Lord, her church and meeting the needs of oth­ ers. Mrs. Draughn enjoyed reading and always put her­ self second to others. She was atso preceded in death by 3 sons, Harvey, Jerry and Kenneth Koontz; 5 sib­ lings; and her husband, Ray Draughn. Survivors: 2 children, Lar­ ry Draughn (Gail) and Bar­ bara Safrit (Carroll), all of Mocksville; 9 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; 4 great-great-grandchildren; a sister, Annie Burgess of Fay­ etteville; and several nieces and nephews. A funeral service was con­ ducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 30, at Jesus Life Mis­ sion Church, with Pastor Bleu Reavis officiating. Burial fol­ lowed in Rose Cemetery. The family received friends at the church one hour prior to the service. Memorials: Jesus Life Mis­ sion Church, 1300 Liberty Church Road, Mocksville. Online condolences: www. eatonfitneralservice.com. C hattic Livengood Shields Mrs. Chattie Livengood Shields, 99, of Farmington died Monday, Dec. 22, 2014 at Clemmons Village II. She was bom in Rock­ ingham County on June 24, 1915. Mrs. Shields was a charter member of Knoll- wood Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband of 72 years, John D. Shields Sr.; 3 brothers; 2 sisters; and a great-grandchild. Survivors: 2 daughters, Pat Hege and husband Curt, and Jean Wilson; 3 sons, John D. Shields Jr. and wife Joyce, who were caretakers to Mrs. . Shields for the last five years, visiting daily, Herbert Shields and wife Virginia, and Joe Shields; 12 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; and 6 great-great grandchildren. A memorial service was conducted at 11 am . Monday, Dec. 29 at Knollwood Baptist Church. Memorials: Community Home Care/Hospice, 225 Da­ vie Ave., Statesville, 28677; or Clemmons Village U, PO Box 1745, Clemmons, 27012- Online condolences: www. hayworth-miller£om. M ary Frances Cofer Mary Frances Bailey Cofer, 76, of Woodleaf died Monday, Dec. 22,. 2014, at Rowan Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. A native of Walterboro, S.C., she was the daughter of the late James W. and Caro­ line Dent Bailey and the wid­ ow of the late Richard Allen Cofer Sr. Mrs. Cofer was a re­ tired CNA in the home health care industry and loved tak­ ing care of others as well as her love of family. She was a member of the Church of God of Prophecy and enjoyed her church family. She had a great affection for all animals. Survivors: her son, Rich­ ard Allen Cofer Jr. and wife Robin of Newberry, S.C.; 2 daughters, Sherry Susan Mitchum and husband Robert of Lexington, S.C., and Lau­ rie Self of Woodleaf.; 6 grand­ children; and 14 great-grand­ children. She was also preceded in death by 2 brothers, Nolan Ray Bailey and John Bailey. A celebration of life ser­ vice was held Tuesday, Dec. 23 at 3 p m . at the Church of God of'Prophecy on US 601 South, Mocksville, with Pas­ tors Joe and Sheila Jonas offi­ ciating. Burial followed in the church cemetery. The family received friends at the church one hour prior to the service. Memorials: Church of God of Prophecyi C/O Sheila Jo­ nas, 2613 US 601 S., Mocks­ ville. Online condolences: www. daviefuneralservicerom. Albert Geter John W. Van AImen Albert Geter, 83, of Wood- John William Van Al- leaf, died on Tuesday, Dec, men, 60, of NC 801 South, ' 23, 2014, at Novant Health Advance, died Sunday, Dee. Rowan Medical Center fo t-.2 l, 2014 at Kate B. Reyn- lowing a period of illness. olds Hospice House in W in-'- He was bom April 4,1931, ston-Salem. son of the late Benjamin Fred He was bom Aug. 6,1954, and Lucy PharT Geter. A na- in Lawrence, Kan., the son of tive of Rowan County, he the late William Jean Van Al- " retired from Burlington Mills men and Vera Virginia Brestle ' in MooresvilIe after 40 years. Van Almen. Mr. Van A lm en-' He was a member of New Je- was a tool maker with Preci--" rusaiem Holiness Church in sion Concepts GrOup1 LLC * Woodleaf, where he served on (PCG) in Winston-Salem, the board of directors. Survivors: his wife of '8 • He was preceded in death, years, Lynn Landreth Van • by: 5 brothers, William, Ben- Almen; a son, Jason Van Al-' - jamin, J.W., John, and Na- men and wife Kathy of Clem- - thaniel Geter; 2 sisters, Areta mons; 2 daughters, Jessica Allen and El Willie Barkley. Van AImen of Mocksville'and Survivors: his wife, Mary Mandee Matthews and hus- Nora Geter of the home; a band Shane of Advance; a son, Albert Franklin (Brenda) sister, Chris H ow kof Indiana; Geter of Woodleaf; 2 daugh- a brother, Tom Van Almen of ters, Deborah L. Geter of Michigan; and 8 grandchil- W oodleafandLinda(Rodney) dren. Gibson of Concord; a broth- A visitation and gathering " er, Willie (Maxine) Geter of of family and friends w asheld-' Salisbury; a sister, Essie Ruth Friday, Dec. 26 at Davie Fu- (H allie)LeachofN ew Jersey; neral Service in Mocksville. and 4 grandchildren, Kimber- Online condolences: www. Iy1 Joshua, Jeremy Geter, and daviefitneraiservice.com. Rodney L. Gibson Jr.; other relatives and friends. His funeral service was held Saturday, Dec. 27 at noon at New Jerusalem Ho­ liness Church in Woodleaf. Dr. Lonnie Gray officiated and Bishop W illie J. Gray was the eulogist! Burial followed in the church cemetery. The family received friends one hour before the service at the church. Online condolences: www. GrahamFttneraIHome Jtet. R uth Ann Peters Coffey Ruth Ann Peters Coffey, 69, of North Forke Drive, Advance, died Wednesday, Dec. 24,2014, surrounded by her family. Bom Feb. 23,1945, in Albany, N.Y., she was the daughter of the late Ruth and Louis Peters. She was a member of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Mocksville and a member, of the Franciscan Third Order. She had many jobs but believed ' her most important role and greatest accomplishment was rais­ ing nine children. Her life of faith, especially her 14-month battle with ovarian cancer, was an inspiration to many. She had unyielding faith and quiet endurance. Survivors: 5 sons, Brian M. Coffey of Advance, Michael J. Coffey of Windsor, Conn., Joseph A. Coffey of New York, N .Y., John X . Coffey and James F. Coffey, both of Winston-Sa­ lem; 3 daughters, Christine A. Coffey of Gamer, Marie C. Hip- pert and husband Tim of Winston-Salem, and Nina C. Fingar and husband Bryon of Clayton; 2 brothers, Thomas Peters and wife Sandra of Pinehurst, and Arthur Peters and wife Judith of Cobleskill, N.Y.; her twin sister, Barbara Hill and husband Robert of CIiflon Park, N.Y.; 5 grandchildren, Jacob D. John­ son, Jessica L. Johnson, Jennifer C. Johnson, Joseph A. John­ son and Lillian G. Fingar; and a great-grandson, Mason N. Johnson. She was preceded in death by her husband of 45 years, Mi­ chael F. Coffey; her daughter, Lynn M. Johnson; and grand­ daughter, Alexa R. Coffey. The family received friends Sunday evening, Dec. 28, from at Davie Funeral Service Chapel, with a Rosary Service to be at 7 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial was held at 10 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 29 at the St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church with the Rev. Father John Starczewski officiating.Burial fol­ lowed in Rose Cemetery in Mocksville. Memorials: Johnson Childrens Fund, 143 Canton Rd., Ad­ vance; or to Hospice of Davie, 377 Hospital St., Mocksville. Online condolences: wwwdaviefuneralservicextom. New Pool & Spa Installation Cleaning • Chemleals g Openingft Closing I VinyILinerRepIacemeRt B Tommr Hcrni/Owior - Ovtr W In. bp. H om e: (336) 284-4817 ^ e lM 3 3 6 ) 9 0 1 W 0 2 ^ METAL ROOFING 3' Coveragea 40+ Colors AU COLORS AM MBMV STAR RATED 40 Year Warranty UP T0*S«r TAX CREDIT AVAILABl£ 704-278-3000 MID-STATE METALS, C lassifieds I-877-751-2120 Pleasecontoa me in: I MOCKSVILLE: (336) 751—856 RALEGH: (919) 733-5904 State Legislative Building 116 W. Jones Street, Rm 11061 Raleigh, NC27601-1096 Email: juliah@ndeg.net Look for us on Facebook at: Rep Julia HowanJ Paid for by Juua Howard g| Penny Daye Keaton Penny Luesender Daye Keaton of Woodleaf died on' Monday, Dec. 23,2014, at her home following a prolonged' illness. She was bom June 24,1973 in Rowan County, daughter of Henry and Alice Gray Cleve­ land. She attended Rowan County Schools and was a faithful member of Freedom United Church of God, where she was a member of the choir. She was a CNA in the medical field for 14 years. She had an infectious smile that touched everyone. She was a fighter who stayed strong through difficult times. She was preceded in death by a brother, Henry Cleveland Jr. Survivors: her mother, Al­ ice V. Cleveland of the home; her father, Henry Cleveland Sr. of Woodleaf; her hus­ band, Edward P. Keaton of Woodleaf; 2 daughters, Tion- na (Ricky) McCoy of Salis­ bury and Shalitha (Timothy Jr.) Bridges of Salisbury; a brother, Billy Cleveland Sr. of Woodleaf; a grandchild, Nehemiah McCoy; a number of nieces, nephews, other rel­ atives, and friends. Her funeral service was to be held on Tuesday, Dec. 30 at 2 p.m. at Freedom United Church of God in Woodleaf. Evangelist LaJune Gray was to officiate and Bishop Willie J. Gray was to be the eulogist. Burial was to follow in the church cemetery. 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The momentum shifted time and again. There are not enough adjectives to describe the impact of South’s Brooks Johnson and Alex Ratledge. They had magical mo­ ments. In the end, though, North had what counted most of all - a 63-57 win in double overtime. “I tried to explain to my kids that no matter how good one team is, the other will always give their best and make it a wild finish,” North coach M att M cPherson said. “It w as a typical North-South battle. Hats off to Germain (Mayfield) and his team. They were much better than the first time we played,” “It was an awesome game,” May­ field said. It was a much different game than the 55-24 horror show for South be­ cause the Tigers had their irreplace­ able point guard, Ratledge, back on the court after being sidelined for four games. “We probably had 40 turnovers against them the first game,” Mayfield , said. “W e’mighV have ha'd 12 today’, ' and most of th e r^ e re late. You know what a point guand does for a team. AIex makes so niuch difference. You w ouldn’t think one player would make that big a difference. Alex can create his own shot.” It was a slugfest from the begin- • ning. North’s Troy Griggs banged a 3-pointer at the end of the first to cut South's lead to 13-10. North inched in front 27-26 by halftime. . The Wildcats gained firm control. in the third, their 9-2 burst resulting. in a 36-28 lead. “It was great to see our kids constantly fight back and seize the moment when the game was on the line,” McPherson said. “I feel we matured as a team and got big minutes off the bench from guys like Adrian CranfiU1 Aaron Williams and Grant Copeland.” In the fourth, South’s Johnson turned N orth’s gym into his own personal driveway. He nailed four straight 3-pointers to fuel a 20-12 South run that left the teams tied at 48 at the end of regulation. Johnson hit five 3s for the game. Ratledge scored six during the frantic rally. In the final moments of regulation, South had a two-point lead. North tied it. North missed a shot that would have broken the tie. South rebounded with 12 seconds remaining. Mayfield called timeout, but South failed to get off a shot before the buzzer. In the first overtime, Johnson con­ verted three of four free throws to lift South to a three-point lead. Carson W hisenhunt scored to pull North within one. ANorth free throw tied it. Then South regained a two-point lead. In the dying seconds of the first OT1 North missed a shot. But Jacob Hendrix saved the day for North, grabbing the rebound and sticking it back in with two seconds left. Game tied at 51. South was agonizingly close to a most unexpected victory. “AU we had to do was get one more rebound and we win,” Mayfield said. “We had the rebound in our hand, and Hendrix somehow got his hands on it. He got it on the backboard and it rolled in.” Please See Ages - Page B4 Lake Billings, a senior at 120, recorded a team -high four pins to help Davie win a big tournam ent at W est Forsyth.Impressive Showing Davie Claims 18-Team Wrestling Tourney By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record On Dec. 20 at Newton-Conover, D avie’s wrestling team suffered a heartbreaking, one-point loss to the Red Devils. But the War Eagles'regained their mojo at West Forsyth on Dec. 23, cap- turing an 18-team tournament with a one-point win over the arch-rival. Titans. 'tThat was gretty >^ood, consider-; Trig how we wrestled at Newton-don-; over,” coacKBuddy' ESSjSery said: '*• • In the Red D evil'Duals at N-C, the War Eagles’ claimed four of five matches-to fun their record to 18-3 - the same mark they had at this point last year, t The wins were 53-12 over South- Iake Christian Academy, 42-33 over H unter Huss, 66-14 over Marvin Ridge and 78-6 over Hickory. Sand­ wiched in was a 31-30 setback to Newton-Conover. The Hunter Huss match was not easy. G etting pins from Daniel W il­ son, Preston Beauchamp and Josh Lankford and a decision from Bailey Ingram, Davie established; a ;21 -10 lead. But Davie dropped four of five matches as the Huskies took a 33-27 . lead. Theonly win during that stretch was a pin by Parker Correll. ; .4Withthrec-.weight classes.rettuhn.r: ; ing‘(i0 6 ,113 and 120), the War Ea- • ; gles’ had their biaSjPSgaihst the wall. W ins'by Hunte?*Sm ith (decision), Isaiah Whitley (forfeit) and Lake Bill­ ings (injury default) vaulted D avieto the 42-33 victory. When Billings took the mat, it was :36-33 in Davie’s favor. He was win­ ning comfortably when his opponent dropped out with a shoulder injury. “ Billings put the pow er half in there,” Lowery said. The next match was a white-knuck- Ier against Newton-Conover. Both team s won seven weight classes. Both teams had three pins. But the Red Devils came away with the 31- 30 win, beating Davie for the third straightJirne dating to 2012-13. D. Wilson (decision), Ingram (de­ cision), Lankford (pin) and Correll (decision) had D avie’s only w ins between 132-285, and Davie trailed Smith’s decision and pins by W hit­ ley and B in S ^ tf f ^ D S ^ e to a 30- 25 lead, N-C’s 126-pounder pinned Thad Vandiverto break Davie’s heart. “Vandiver was all upset. I’m glad he was upset, but it wasn’t his fault we got beat,” said Lowery, who cited decision wins that could have been major wins. “We could have gotten more points (in earlier matches).’-’ For the tournament, Smith, Whit- ley.Billings, Wilson and Ingram went 4-0. Lankford went 3-0. Going 3-2! were Isaiah Olmedo and Vandiverj Going 2-0 were Corcell, David Sig-; mon and Nolan Osbome. It was thej season debut on varsity for OsbomeJ Spencer Wilson went 2-1, while Lane Snow, Jesse Carter, Kyle-M?;; Cune and Beauchamp went 2-2. Jacob Rhyne and Larry Roberson were 1-0 in their varsity debuts, while Matt Nesbit was 1-0 in his season ,< debut, on varsity. , Bloke- Ingram ■ and JakeHendrixwereaIso I-O as Lowery trotted out 27 wrestlers ^ h o com bined50-20. V; ' Ten War Eagles placed in the top six as Davie hauled off the hardware in IheTabThackerM emorial at West Forsyth on Dec. 22-23. Davie scored 182 points to West’s Please See Im pressive • Page B3. JV Boys Eclipse Last Year’s Win Total ’ / / A I Will Shepherd dribbles for the JV. * P h o to s by B rian Pitts —3 By B rian Pitts I Davie Enterprise Record First-year coach Bruce Wallace w asn’t completely happy with his Davie jayvee boys basketball team’s 52-39.win at Central Davidson. But it’s hard to complain too much when your squad surpassed last year’s win total before Christmas break. The win lifted Davie to 4-4 over­ all. The record looks all the better, when you compare it to last year’s 3-17 mark. “It was the worst we’ve played all year,” Wallace said. “We played real­ ly bad, but we won and I’ll take it.” Earlier in the week against visiting Salisbury, the WarEagles put together an outstanding effort, winning 56-37 over a quality opponent. “This was our best game,” Wallace said. “Salisbury is not that bad; we just whipped them. We played really well. I don’t think Salisbury played as well as they should have, and I think we ran our offense and played good defense." With five different guys scoring in the first quarter, the War Eagles set the tone with a 20-7 blitz. Cory Heiner and Brandon Horton scored six points each during the fast start, while Will Shepherd added four. "We let them know we were going to play defense on them," he said. “That sent a big message to (Salis­ bury). It’s the best hustle w e've seen all year.” Although Davie was outscored in the second quarter, it never let Salis­ bury back in the game. It had a com­ fortable 45-28 advantage after three. Heiner paced four double-figure scorers with 14 points. McKay Cham­ berlain and Shepherd added 12 each. “When McKay is playing good, we’re a lot better," Wallace said of his point guard. “He really gets after it on defense.” Horton was also in double figures with 10. "H e’s probably our best guy at taking it to the rim,” he said. “He just finds ways to score, and he plays good defense. He’s intense. He always bring the intensity.” By W allace's standards, Davie got off to a terrible start at Central Davidson, trailing 10-9 after the first. Yet Davie ultimately made its third win in four games look easy. “We should have never been down in this game,” he said. The War Eagles recovered just fine, using a 13-2 run to roar to a 22- 12 halftime lead. Still, Wallace was not satisfied with Davie’s lack o f a killer instinct. “It was on the fringe of a blowout, but we let them hang around,” he said. Heiner (17 points) cracked dou­ ble figures for the sixth consecutive gam e. Tyler Roberts had 12 and Chamberlain 11. Horton had eighf4 matching the fewest he’s had all year- “ Davie S6 , Salisbury 37 - Cory Heiner 14, McKay Chamberlain 12, * Will Shepherd 12, Brandon Horton IO1Tyler Roberts 4, DeJuan Peebles + 2, L J. Doulin 2. Davie S I, C . Davidson-39 - Cory Heiner 17, Tyler Roberts 12, McKay Chamberlain 11, Brandon Horton 8, V ''' Shepherd 3. 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At right, Crayton W ise starts at 132 Daniel W ilson is a.senior at 138 who is in the top five on the team with 23 wins. At right, Isaiah W hitley had an 11-m atch winning streak recently at 113. 'z*£ Impressive... C o n tin u ed F ro m P a g e B I w ay w e w restled.” *3 181, and the rest o f the top B ailey Ingram (145) w as£ fiv e in c lu d ed N o rth w e st th e sta r w ith a 3 -0 per- ,G u ilfo rd ( 1 4 7 .5 ),.N o rth fo rm an c e th a t m ade h UTtf1J B uncom be (l_28)_and G lenn D a v ie ’s lo n e first-p lg £ e > .«(112); -finisher. D avie w as helped Crayton W ise controls his opponent. At right. Isaiah Olmedo cam e through with three pins at W. Forsyth. Jam es Moore is a freshm an heavyweight on Davie s jayvee. T aking first w ith W est im m ensely by third-place an d N W G u ilfo rd in th e fin ish e s from S m ith (4-1 field m ade it all the m ore at 106), D . W ilson (3 -r'a t’v im pressive. 1 38),L an k fo rd (3 -l at I(SQ)r^ “W e w on it in the conso- and C orrell (4-1 at 2 20),. Iations,” L ow ery said. “W e Con-ell’s 12-m atch w in- d idn’t have a 132-pounder, n in g stre ak w as sto p p e d ^ C rayton W ise w as sick, so in controversial fashion*in - w e m ight have m issed out the sem ifinals. H e lost on a couple points here and “T here’s no w ay he should there. W e w ere proud o f the h a v e g o tte n b e a t in the-"* sem is,” Low ery said. ‘ “ M cC u n e (3 -2 a t 1?Q) . a nd O lm edo (4-2 at 182) finished fourth. , B illin g s (4 -2 a t 1 2 0 ) ; placed fifth w hile collectings a team -high four pins. Cbr- rell and O Iraedo contribut-'^ ed three pins each. “If you'just decision the guy, you get tw o points,” L ow ery said. “If you pin (he guy, you get four points ” W h itle y (2 -3 a t 113) and V andiver (2-3 at 126) placed sixth, W hitley had an 11 -m atch w inning streak sn a p p ed after he opened w ith a technical fall and,,a decision. .. >.. A lth o u g h th e y didn>t.' p la c e , C a rter (1 9 5 ) and Snow (285) chipped in tvTb." w ins apiece. B eaucham p had one w in at 152. and " D av ie need ed e v ery Iaist one o f them to outlast the runner-up Titans. “ S now got tw o p in s,” .* L ow ery said. “It w as a total team effort.” ~ v N ineW arE agleshaveS D ?£ o rm o re w ins,IedbyC orreO at 27-2. B ailey Ingram is 26-5, Sm ith 25-7, O lm edp £ 2 5 -1 2 ,D .W ilson 23-7,M e-' I; C une 23-9, W hitley 2 2 - l i } y B illings 20-9 and Lankford* ;• - P h o to s b y B rla n P itts 20’9‘ . B4 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, T hursday, Ja o . 1,2015 Carney AII-NW Football For Third Time ^After averaging over 100 rushing yards per game for the third straight year, Davie junior running back Cade Camey was named to the All-Northwest Football Team for the third time. •The A ll-N orthwest team honors the top 24 players from the:2014 season. •The 6-0, 210-pound Car-' ney was among seven repeat selections. After playing in all 12 games as a Davie freshman, Carney. has been plagued by injuries, missing two games arid three-fourths of another in *13andm issingthreein ‘14. -In ‘12, he rushed for 1,908 yards, averaged 6.9 yards per carry and scored 17 touch­ downs. In nine games in ‘13, he ran for 1,032 yards, aver­ aged 5.2 yards per cany and scbred 15 TDs. And in ' 14, he ran'for 903 yards, averaged 5.9 'per cany and scored 11 TDs. I Camey - who has scholar­ ship offers from East Carolina, OebrgiaTfech,North Carolina, N.C. State and Wake Forest - has averaged 123.9 yards over 31 career games. “I’m going to tell you, he has played through a lot of injuries,” Davie coach Devore Holman told the Winston-Sa­ lem Journal. “W hen, he has been so banged up be had to miss some games, it killed him not to be on the field. When he was on the field, you got everything he had. Cade at 90 percent is better than a lot of people at 100. By the end of the season, he was IOOpercent : and he rushed for 170 yards (in first-round loss at charlotte catholic).” Two senior defensive line­ men - North Davidson’s Shy T uttle and W est Forsyth’s Jalen Dalton - were selected for the third and second times, respectively. Ibttle is headed to Tennessee, while Dalton is bound for UNC. Reagan’s Jake Easter (quarterback) and Chandler Belk (receiver) were picked for the second time. Starmount senior lineback­ er Saw yer Davis w^is a se­ lection with local ties. Last sum m er for the M ocksville legion baseball team, he hit a team-best .425 by going 46- for-108. Two War Eagles made the All-Northwest honorable men­ tion list - juniors Ben Ellis (re­ ceiver) and Christian Launius (linebacker). EUis set a school record with 1,191 receiving yards. He had 49 catches, 11 TDs and averaged 24.3 yards per catch. Launius piled up a team-high 168 tackles. The following are the .fall All-Central Piedmont Confer­ ence selections from Davie: Football - seniors Parker Correll (quarterback) and Will Myers (offensive linem an); juniors EUis (receiver) and Launius (linebacker); and sophomore James Boyle (line­ backer). ORensive PIayeroftheYear • Noith Davidson running back Carney • Kennedy McCoy. D efensive Player o f the Year • North Davidson defen­ sive IinemanTbttle. - LinemanoftheYear-North Davidson's Nicholas Wimmer. Kicker of the Year • Rea­ gan's Isaiah Anthony. Punter of the Year - M t. E llis .Tbbor’s John Weirman. Special Tbams Player of the Year - W est Forsyth’s Kedlin Huntley. Coach o f the Year • Rea­ gan's Josh McGee. C ro ss c o u n try - junior Nick Simmons. G iris golf - senior Lindsey Launius Stroupe and junior Meghan Donley. Boys soccer • senior Jorgc Hernandez. Volleyball • juniors Julia Grachen and Emily Ruble. G irls tennis - senior Tatum Edwards and sophomore Ryan Shelton. Foster, South Davie Pound North Davie B yB rian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record When the South Davie and Norih Davie girls basketball teams met the first time, South pulled out a 32-30 decision that was a nailbiter from start to finish. In the rem atch at North on D ec. 16, it was anything but'a nailbiter. It was a South onslaught from the get-go. The Tigers won 33-24, but it was notjneariy that close. A fter a 9-4 first quarter, the Tigers went ahead 19-5 by halftime behind a 10-1 tun. * “O ur girls came out and played really hard,” South coach Julie Snow said. “This was the first game we had not - been down at halftime, and that’s a great feeling.” A 10-2 South burst in the third extended the margin to 29-7. “We boxed out well and pushed the ball up the court,” Snow said. North made the score look respectable by scoring 17of21 points in the fourth. The T igers im proved to 4-3 as they stopped a two- game skid. They have already matched the win totals from 2012-13 and 2013-14. North (2-5), meanwhile, dropped its fourth in a row. Siena Foster stole the head­ lines w ith a season-high 13 points. She scbred eight and 10 in the first two games. Then she endured a four-game slump in which she averaged two points. H er resurgence included an 8-for-IO perform ance at the foul line.. “Sierra is a big offensive contributor to this team, but her shots hadn’t been falling,” Snow said. “I told her before the game that w e needed at least IO pointsfrom hertowin this game. She drove to the basket and went to the foul line five times.” Morgan Lewis played a big role with nine points. Cayla Hartsell contributed four points and 12 rebounds. “She has really fixed her strug­ gles from the first part of the season,” Snow said. “She moved without the ball really well.” Snow added that Foster and Hartsell are “fun to coach because when you tell them to do something, they go and do it. You could tell Sierra to go dunk the ball and she would try.” . Klara Lew is scored four points and “gave us good min­ utes off the bench," she said. “She is a great defender and hit two great shots. H er minutes are increasing because of her hard work and great defense.” Rylea C arter chipped in three points. T he E llis girls dropped an overtime battle to visiting Starmount, 27-24. , The Jaguars are 3-2 and their losses have been by a combined five points. T h e gam e w as c lo se throughout. It was 6-6 after one. Starm ount led 17-16 at the half. E llis pitched a shutout in the third to grab a 20-17 advantage. Itw as 24-24 at the end of regulation. Then the Rams blanked Ellis in the three-minute OT. Emma Slabach (12 points) paced the Jags for the fifth time in as many, games. Madi Tellup and Morgan Flores had four each. S tarm o u n t 27, E llis 24 (O T ) • Em m a Slabach 12, M adi Tellup 4, Morgan Flores 4, Lauren Grooms 2, Brooke Smith 2. S. Davie 33, N- Davic 24 • (South)Sierra Foster 13,Mor­ gan Lewis 9, Cayla Hartsell 4, Klara Lewis 4, Rylea Carter 3. Sinopoli Sets Record In 100 Backstroke TheD avieboysswim team m eet aspects - it says a lot as W yatte C opeland, Jacob finished fourth out of 18 teams -about our team.” in Ihe fourth-annual Robert The top-20 finishers Saw yer Invitational at the each event scored. In som e andHunterThurlo.CamOgle, Greensboro Aquatic Center. events there were 4-6 heats D rue P arker and Johnson ___________ In the 50 free, Wood and son-besttim e.CopelandandJ. “He had swam in a meet Sink, Nlcic Sinopotl and Cam StiUson finished sixth ahd.sev-' M arklin also scored for Davie, with his year-round team over Fearringtonfinishedseventh enth, respectively. Copeland finishing IOth and 20th. the weekend and said:‘Coach, . finished ninth for the boys. “M cK enzie Folk, Paige I want to break the record,'", “Tyler Osbome and Ham - Folmar, Delaney Sm ith and Koontz said. “Not only did heeensooro nquauv v-cmci. cvema uicic t-v v — ---------------------------------------- .... , ...... , , . u.T he D avie girls placed w ith IO sw im m ers in each Marklin finished 13th. “That son Shives swam in the 50 free Nick Simmons all had great break it, but he also beat his ninth W henyoucom binethe event. There were 400-plus was a lot of points to start out and niade some big improve- swims in this event as well,” time that he swam at his year- . * _ . . . . . .j ____.___.L..:l.j > l . i . I.- ..M "Th*.. *>■» tim , ,nil m n n f t H o . wasnrettvfiredboys’ and girls’ scores, Davie swimmers in the nieet.the meet with,” Koontz said, ments as they had their fastest he said. “They cut tim e and round meet. He was pretty fired ‘was fourth overall..In the 200 medley relay, the In the 200 free, Shoaf fin- times,” he said.improved. Hunter Thurlo had a up about that.” In the 100 breast, the Davie“I was very happy w ith girls team of Maria Stillson, ished U thfortheD aviegirls. In the 100 fly, V. Sinopoli ourperformance as a whole,” Danielle W ood, Katie Shoaf N.Sinopolifinishedsecondfor and Shoaf finished IOth and pressivesw im in th e 500 free, boys had three finishes in the coach David Koontz said. “To and Victoria Sinopoli finished the boys with his best time of 16th, respectively, to score, finishing ninth and cutting al- top 20. Jacob Sink finished sec- o into a big invitational like fifth and got their best time of the year.Thurlo finished in the S in k fin is h e d fifth fo rth e most I) seconds off his former ood, Fearrington IOthandOgIe top 20 asw ell to score for Da- boys. In the 100 free, Wood besttim e. llth.A ll3hadtheirbesttim esthis:- which features multiple the season. heats for each event, a diving com petition and other big- Ages... Continued From Page BI South finally succumbed i Davie had two relay teams vie. In the 200IM , Fearrington once again finished in the top in the boys’ 200 medley relay finished eighth to score.10 with a fifth place and a Si game with South.” W alton e ight, and Peyton South’s fifth straight loss Hampton and Owen McCor- the second OT. Joseph Gadson dropped it to 1-6. A t 5-2, the mack had six each. Davie entered tw o team s oftheyear. Delaney Smith also each in the 200 free relay, swam this event for the girls For the girls, Stillson, Shoaf, and dropped time to achieve Sinopoli and Wood finished hdr best time of the season, fifth, and Folmar, Smith, Mc- In the 400 free relay, the Coy and Folk finished 20th to girls relay of Sarah McCoy, Ellis 61 ,G rayson Couuty also score. Simmons, Parker, Sm ith, Folmar and Folk fin- (Va.) 21 - Sam Hendrix 14, Thurlo and J. Mariclin finished ished 18th to score for Davie. Andrew Hilton 10, M ichael 13th,w hileCam O gle,Shives, Copeland, FearTington, Sink and;Ratledge both fouled out W ildcatsareofftotheirbest T h eJag u a rsh a v ea fo u r- Walton 8, Peyton Hampton 6, O sborneandS ethL ittIefin- and Sinopoli finished second is Northoutscored South 12-5 startineightyears.In2006-07, game winning streak, winning Owen McCormack 6, Darius ished 18th. in the boys relay, and the team in tfie final three minutes.. McPherson’s team was 6-1 en by 15-plus points ineach. They Hill 3, Kieran Gilbert 3, Justin In the 100 back, Stillson ofOsbome.Shives, Parkerand '(Gadson was a maniac on route to 13-5. That team was are 16-6 over twp years. Lunsford 3, Jaxon Beaty 2, and V. Sinqpoli both finished in Sunmonsfinished 15th to score defense "said Mayfield, who poweredbyAlexNewman(8.1 Ellls 57, Starm ount 34 - Zac G antt 2, Latham Cham- thetop 10(6thand8th,respec- forDavie. also lamented South’s 19-for- ppg), M att Rembielak (7.6) Andrew H ilton 11, Latham berlain2. lively) to score 32 points. Nick D aviehasonem orehom e 10 foul shooting “He put so and Blake Simmons (6.3). Chamberlain 11, Michael Wal- N .D avle63,S.D avieS7(2 S in o p olihadasecondplace meet - Jan. 6 - which will be much pressure on them at the Before this year. North had ton 8, Darius Hill 7, Peyton O T )-(South) Brooks Johnson in the 100 back (He finished Senior Night. Then Davie will xtppfour press.” lost five straight and 15 of 16 H am pton 6, O w en M cCor- 23, Alex Ratledge 19, Rylan secondin both of his individual have a few w eeks off until Did we mention the b ril-. to South. m ack4,ZacG antt3,SamHen- “ ' ' ~ j i— i .u- * . ~u " 'l"~ Iiaifte o f Johnson and Rat- • . drix 3, Mac Beaty 2, Kieran BrysonCozart2,JosephG ad- record in that event, ledge. Johnson (23 game-high Ellis eased its way to 5r I G ilbeit2. son 2, Jordan Miller 2. . . . " Burton 5, Matthew Daniel 4, events.) and broke the school the .conference championship meet. points) registered his second with a pair of lopsided home 20-point outing and pushed his wins - 57-34 over Starmount average to 13. Ratledge added and 61-21 over Grayson Coun- U p C O H l i l l g G d D l B S I9.theyaccountedfor74per- ty(V a.)-as the Jaguars scored -ftesday, Dec. 30 :en tof South’s offense. Rylan a season high in both games. Davie varsity boys basketball in the Sam M oir Christmas Button had five and Matthew AgainstStarmount,Andrew Cia8Jjc at Catawba College. Daniel'four. Hilton and Latham Chamber- Davie vanity girls basketball in the Sam Moir Christmas ^ut South's dynamic duo lain paced 10 scorers with 11 classic at Catawba College, was;trumped by North’s Big points each. It was a season Friday, Jan. 2 rhifce. G riggs (19 points), high for both. Michael Walton - - Whfsenhunt (15) and Hendrix and Darius Hill added eight .I5J allowed the Wildcats to and seven, respectively. !merge with a dance-on-the- The Grayson County game lip-of-a-volcano win. 'CThe good new s is won,” McPherson said. “The and 50-10. Sudoku Davie varsity basketball at home vs. Reynolds at 6/7:30 Davie JV basketball at Reynolds at 5/6:15 Davie 9th boys basketball at home vs. Reynolds at 4:15 Davie JV/varsity wrestling at home vs. Parkland at 6 was a laugher as the Jaguars Saturday,Jan.3 led by scores o f 19-2, 41-5 Daviefreshman boys basketball at Lexington at 10 Davie varsity wrestling in Rick W illiams Duals vs. badnews is our first game back Sam Hendrix was the top' South Stokes at S . 5 after Christmas break is a third scorer at 14. Hilton had 10, Tell us what you think... - with a letter to the editor Details, Page 2 Davie JV wrestling at Rodc Hill tournament D iesday,Jan.6 Davie varsity basketball at West Forsyth at 6/7:30 Davie JV basketball at home vs. West Forsyth at 5/6:15 - Davie freshman boys basketball at West Forsyth at 4:15 W ednesday, Ja n . 7 Davie JV/varsity boys basketball at home vs. Australian travel team at 6/7:30 1 2 1 3 2 4 5 6 4 7 2 6 8 4 3 1 5 9 5 1 6 2 3 4 8 1 9 7 Solution On Page B12 DAVIE CO UNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , T hursday, Ja n . 1,2015 - B5; ICS www.AllenGeomatics.com 336-998-0218 /instate. Steve R ldenhour M ark S. Jones8S2USHwr.MW.Sie.IOI -MocknfeNC (336) 7SI-0669 1007 Howard St. Mockaville 751-3535 J t Bostick ”5? Auction Service—NCAFLM273— WetpediIiteinEMKeABetiiMM wilt over 35 yean of experience. Real Euate,Estate ^uetam, Eom SaleiCiLifaiiIatinu. IliiiyviiehtiftaitiiaIutata-CmuataB. 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JV Girls Get In On The Win Column The Daviejayvee girls bas­ ketball team vented its frustra­ tions with a 52-19 thrashing of visiting Salisbury in the final game before Christmas break. After getting outscored 41- 27 on average during an 0-6 start, the War Eagles unloaded on the lowly H ornets, out- scoring them 15-0 in the first quarter. It was 19-3 at halftime and 36-14 after three quarters. O f the nine War Eagles who scored, six girls posted season highs. Cameron Tabor, the top scorer who returned after missing the last game with an injury, scored a team-high 13. SydneeColeman added IOand Zella Ebert seven. Davic 52, Salisbury 19 - Cameron Tabor 13, Sydnee Coleman 10, Zella Ebert 7, Madison Jones 6, Emma Allen 4, Makenna Carden 4, Madi­ son Dezam 4, Reily Poole 2, Ze’mora Cockerham 2. The following cases were disposed of during Davie Dis­ trict Court. Presiding: Judge April C. Wood. Prosecuting: Karen Biemacki1 Kaitlyn Jones, and Wendy Terry, as­ sistant DAs. - Robert Fay Adams Jr., possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed by court per compliance with deferred prosecution. - Lee Henry Allen, assault on a female, deferred prose­ cution, 12 months supervised probation, complete abuser treatment program. - Johnny Lee Boger, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, sentenced to 120 days, suspended 12 months, not operate vehicle until li­ censed, allowed to leave for NC work only, $300, cost; driving/allowing vehicle to be driven with no registration, operating vehicle with no in­ surance, dismissed per plea. -Ashlee B. Burchette, three counts felony larceny by employee, reduced to three counts misdemeanor larceny, sentenced to 45 days, sus­ pended 24 months, 48 hours community service, submit to random drug screens, $ 1500 restitution to Lowes Foods, cost. - Parris Caprice Bums, fail­ ure to wear seat belt, $2550, cost, $20 install fee. - Jose Celestino Castro, no license, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $50, cost. - Alisa Fay Chatmon, resist­ ing public officer, dismissed per compliance with deferred- prosecution. - Samantha K. Cline, mis­ demeanor probation violation, probation terminated success­ fully. - Lauren Brooke Cozart. speeding 70 in a 55, prayer for judgment continued, cost. - Elizabeth Renee Dean, speeding 89 in a 70, prayer for judgm'ent continued, cost. - William Howard Dodge, DWI, failure to maintain lane control, unsealed wine/liquor in passenger area, directional signals equipment violation, dismissed with leave. - Alan Corey Dulin, driv­ ing while license revoked not DWI, operating vehicle with no. insurance, dismissed, cor­ rected. - Marcus Antonio Gadson, misdemeanor probation vio­ lation, probation terminated successfully. - Melvin Lynn Gaither, misdemeanor probation viola­ tion out of county, probation continued, continue mental health treatment, take medi­ cation as prescribed, $252.50 attorney fee. - Marc Cameron George, reckless driving to endanger, failure to comply with li­ cense restrictions, dismissed per plea; DWI, sentenced to 24 months, suspended 24 months, 30 days active, credit for 20 days, surrender license, not operate vehicle until li­ censed, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow treatment, $1,000, cost. -Tommy Allen Gillispie II, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Ronald Lee Gragert, mis­ demeanor probation viola­ tion, probation extended 12 months, $225 attorney fee. - Kamillah Lee Hairston, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, driving while license revoked not DWI, dis­ missed per plea; possession of drug paraphernalia, sentenced to 30 days, suspended six months, $100, cost, $20 in­ stall fee, all evidence ordered destroyed. - Mirian Hernandez, no license,1 reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $25, cost. - Nestor Hernandez, assault on a female, sentenced to 75 days, suspended 24 months, 50 hours community service, not assault/threaten/harass victim, enroll and complete abuser treatment program, cost. - Cory Dustin Holleman, assault on a female, dis­ missed, mediated. - Marisa Dell Johnson, fail­ ure to comply with license restrictions, fictitious/altered title/registration, sentenced to 10 days, suspended six months, $50, cost, $225 at­ torney fee; operating vehicle with no insurance, driving/ allowing vehicle to be driv­ en with no registration, dis­ missed, corrected. - Oscar Vallejo-Juarez, driving while license revoked not DWI, prayer for judgment continued, cost; driving left of center, dismissed per plea. - James Edward Kincaid, misdemeanor probation vio­ lation, probation terminated successfully; driving while license revoked DWI revoca­ tion, driving/allowing vehicle to be driven with no registra­ tion, dismissed in the interest of justice. - Timothy Steele Lacey, possession of drug parapher­ nalia, deferred prosecution, 12 months unsupervised pro­ bation, 24 hours communi­ ty service, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment, not commit any similar of­ fenses, cost; simple posses­ sion schedule VI controlled substance, deferred prosecu­ tion, 12 months unsupervised probation, 24 hours commu­ nity service, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment, not commit any similar of­ fenses; speeding 84 in a 70, dismissed per plea. 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Sami Boger portrays Princess Diana at the Early College Wax Museum DCECHS Holds Wax Museum, Social On Thursday, Dec. 4, Da-Students had to research r c o u n t y l u i y '’C oiJge lhs !"dividual they chose, hosted its 7th Annual W ax crea,s informative visual JvJuseum aids, dress up in character, As part of the sem inar and PrsPare an interactive class, freshmen were given P la n ta tio n for family and the job o f becoming some­ one famous throughout his- tory. The person they chose ParenhTeacher/Student Or- COUld be alm ost anyone - a gnnhaion (FTSO) hosted a sportshero,scientist,explor- psnnT Socral for s,ndsl,ts' er, traveler, artist, civic lead- staff ;md families. Those er and so on. The important who attendsd had ™ °P- thing was that the person Ptmunity to win one of the they w ere going to become m ust have .made Sarah Walton as Q ueen Elizabeth m ends On the same evening, the iliilocal businesses and tndtvid-positive Jenny G ranadero a s Vincent Van Gogh and Sahara Cuellar a s Pocohantascontribution to society. Isaac Miller a s Sir Isaac Newton Bi Carson Prim a s Neil Armstrong Students and Early College families check out the items up for grabs at the Penny Social Teachers H annah Everhart and Dee Mallory hope to win big HEALTHY S T A R T S loin today, and that's what you pay. louring January, the date you become a member is- Jqiso the am ount you pay to join ($1 on January,,Iy 'and so on). Prorated monthly fees applyvj D avie. Fam ily YMCA 3 3 6 - 7 5 1 - 96 2 Z w w w .davn in an cial A ssista n c e A vailable. Melinda and Ken Szeliga discuss what prizes to take a chance on. DAVlJ C OUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 1,2015 - B9 Mocksville Elem. Students Take Part In Hour Of Code Third graders Kylie McGIammrock and Brooke Thurmond help the Angry Bird catch the Evil pig. During the week of Dec. 8, M ocksville Elementary School participated in the worldwide Hour of Code. The Hour of Code is an effort to reach 100 million people and introduce them to computer programming. Kindergarten through fifth grade participated in coding using Angry Birds. Flappy Bird, and Elsa from Frozen. There was a lot of ex­ citement and high fives as students and teachers alike found out that programming can be fun. To Icam more go to Code. Fifth graders earning a certificate for completing the Hour Of C ode - Katie Shupe1 Rogelio M ontano, Kace Rodriguez, Elijah Miller. Quiad Keith creates a Flappy Bird program. Truck Donated To Davie Campus Program Students in the truck driver training program at Davidson County Community College's Davie Campus soon will practice driving a new tractor donated by Hardy Brothers Trucking. The truck, a 2007 Peterbilt iractor valued at $15,000, has a 700-hp Caterpillar diesel en­ gine and was originally pur­ chased by the North Caroli­ na-based trucking company to carry loads to the West Coast and back. The truck has a new trans- 'm ission, fiuids and hubcaps. Hardy Brothers covered the cost of transferring the title to DCCC. “This donation helps keep our fleet more current and offers students a better un­ derstanding of the types of equipment they may encoun­ ter when they start working,” says Corky Waugh, faculty coordinator for the DCCC truck driver training program. “The additional equipment also keeps our operations going when a tractor breaks down or is put out of service due to mechanical issues. Most of our equipment has 500,000-plus miles and is sometimes subjected to severe abuse during student training. Equipment for this program is expensive to maintain, but it must be kept in good me­ chanical order to meet federal requirements.” Last year, Hardy Brothers donated a temperature-con­ trolled, refrigerated 53-foot trailer. The company consis­ tently recruits students from the college's truck driver training program, which has a reputation for producing high-quality graduates. The demand for qualified, professionally trained drivers is growing nationwide, and jobs in the field are expect­ ed to grow by 13 percent in .North i Carolina within the next seven years, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Waugh says North Carolina Community College trxtck driver programs, including the one at DCCC, are recog­ nized among the best training programs in the country. DCCC offers the truck driver training certificate pro­ gram as an eight-week course that teaches proper driving procedures, safe driver re­ sponsibility,commercial vehi­ cle laws and the basic practic­ es for operating commercial vehicles. The. new truck will be used for advanced highway training during the seventh week of the class. Graduates are qualified to take the Commercial Driv­ er's License Exam and are employable by commercial trucking firms. They may be­ come owner-operators and work as private contract haul­ ers. For individuals who arc interested in enrolling in the program, information ses­ sions will IierOffered at IO a m . on JarfVtfi?, Feb. 17 and March 3 at DCCC’s D avie, Campus. The next classes for the spring begin on Jan. 12 ^ cJcJie Hardy, president of Hardy Brothers; Ryan Hardy, operations m anager and March 16. assistant for Hardy Brothers; Corky W augh, faculty coordinator for the DCCCMore information is avail- ,,,. , • • . L , . , • .able on the DCCC website at truck dr,ver Gaining program; and Bobby Lambert, driver resources and com - https:ilwwwJavidsomcc.edui 'pliance for Hardy Brothers with the truck donated to the college truck driver trucking. training program. These Davidson County Community College students are now m em bers of Phi T heta Kappa. DCCC Inducts Students Into Phi Theta Kappa The Davidson County . Community College Tau Beta ' Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa inducted 49 new members during a ceremony on the Da- vidson'campus. DCCC President Dr. Mary E. Rittling and Vice President Ior Academic Programs and Services Jeannine Woody ad­ dressed the inductees. "It was an honor to be a part of the Phi Theta Kappa induction ceremony,” Rit- tling says. ‘Tm proud of their accomplishments', and look forward to seeing their lead­ ership and scholarship devel­ op." “I am so happy to induct another large group of stu­ dents into Phi Theta Kappa,” says Sara Neeves. chapter ad­ viser. “We have worked very hard to increase our activity on campus and this group of inductees shows us that our hard work is paying off. We have an outstanding group of officers who will continue to build our membership.” Fall 2014 inductees are Kathleen Arrington, James Bronson III, Kevin Brunson, Danny Bundy, Steven Casey, John Cecil, Rebekah Con­ rad, Donald Cover, Courtney Cox-Manser, Nicole Craver, Allison Dark, Ashley Dark, Janet Denmark, Crystal Dun­ bar, Jessica .Furlipa, Glamar Galeas, Brianna Gallegos, Manuel Gonzalez, Benjamin Harrison, Daniel Hillanbrand, Mary Hyatt, Daniel Jones, Lane Kennedy, Crystal Kis- see, Megan Lambeth, Jessica Lancaster, Martha Lang, Tay­ lor Laydon, Thomas Little, Sophia Massey, Christopher McRee1 Christopher Men­ denhall, Lanna Miller. Mae- gan Mills, Elise Nagle, Sarah Nareau1 Cinthia Pecina-Perez1 Daniel Peny, Courtney Pope, Donna Rankins-Abrams1 Lloyd Scarberry1 Kaitlin Skid­ more, Mathew Slagle, Ben Smith, Hannah Sprinkle, Jes­ se Teetor, Logan Ware, Joan­ na Williams and Gina Wright. The 2014-2015 chapter officers were installed during the ceremony: Carrie Poeltl and Jana Buzov, co-presi­ dents; Travis Hundley, vice president of fellowship; Dar­ lene Trahan, vice president of service; Chad Leftwich, vice president of leadership; Zack Rierson, vice president of fundraising;’ and Parker Til- Tau Beta chapter officers are Zack Rierson, Carrie Poeltl1 Parker Tilley, D ar­ lene Trahan, Travis Hundley, Jan a Buzov and C had Leftwich. ley, vice president of public relations and records. Phi Theta Kappa is an in­ ternational scholastic society that recognizes lhe academic achievement of two-year col­ lege students. A student must be enrolled in an associate degree program, have suc­ cessfully completed at least 12 semester hours by the end of the fall semester, have at­ tained a cumulative grade- point average of 3.6 or higher and possess outstanding traits of character and citizenship. The Tau Beta Chapter ot Phi Theta Kappa was char­ tered at Davidson County Community College in 1969. BlO - DAVlE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, T hursday, Ja n . 1,2015 LEGAL NOTICES hosti clas' the [ one] Miyj coul spot er, d er 4 thin; they 0 NORTHCAROLINA • •'. OAVIE COUNTY NOTISi OF SALE To: Cecil rosier #26; Nikkl Richardson #724; ' Steve Simmons #124. Bermudn Mini’s, LLC Self * Storage, Iocaled at 146 Com- " merce Dr., Sermuda Run, NC, >- has a possessory lien on allgoods you stored there In lhe i' above units. AU those items ot personal or business property * are being sold In order to collect the amount due from you for un- paid rent and expenses. i . The sale wHI take place Jan. - , 9, 2015 at IIKIOam at Bermuda Mini’s, 146 Commerce Dr., Ber- Z muda Run (Advance). ' - This Is the 1st day of January, '•2015. . i', Publish: Jan.t , IN THE GENERAL COURT .O F JUSTICE OF NORTH CAROLINA V SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION DAVIE COUNTY 13SP318 IN THE MATTER OF THE T- FORECLOSURE OF A DEED OF 'I TRUST EXECUTED BY DAVID . P. MCGREEVY M D HOLLY MA- ;:• RlE MCGREEVY DATED JULY - 6, S006AND RECORDED IN BOOK STOAT PAGE 136 IN THE DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC REG- ..-• ISTRY, NORTHCAROLINA NOTICE SFSAlE 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 indebt­ edness 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 sale at the. ' county courthouse of said county f at 3:30PM on January 5, 2015 j the following described real es- '' tate and any other improvements * which may be situated thereon, ''-In Davle County, North Carolina,'‘ 'and being more particularly de- "scribed as tolows: ,..- ,BEGINNINGatanexistIog Iron ,'pin, comer of Harold Bfnfleld as . described In Oeed Book 65, Page > .695, In the Une of James M, Rog- .. ers as described In. Deed Book ' 69. Page 171, and runs from the beginning with the Ilrie of said '-James M. Rogers, North 66 deg. '0I9TmiajlOS sec. West 224.-40 feet * 'to a placed Iron pin on the eastern ‘ margin of the right of way of U.8. ’ - Highway No- 64; thence with the 1 eastern margin of the right of way ‘' of said Highway North 25. deg/30 •*• mln. 19 sec East 140.61 feet to a rebar, corner of Robert M. Daniel f as described In Deed Book 194. 'Page,774; thence with the line of said Daniel, South 77 deg. 30 mln. 07 sec. East 172.93 feet to a rebar. Daniel's corner In the line of Harold Benfleld; thence with the line of Harold BenNeId, South 03 deg. 00 mln. 00 sec West 104.36 feet to the point of BE­ GINNING, CONTAINING 0.540 ACRE, more or less, according to a map prepared by Grady L. Tut­ terow, Registered Land Surveyor, dated June 22, 2000. For back reference see Deed Book 338, at Page 475 and Deed Book 63, at Page 179. DavIeCounty Registry. And Being more common­ ly known es: 4507 US Hwy 64 West, Mocksville, NC 27026 The record, owrter(s) of the property, as reflected on the re­ cords of the Register of Deeds, Is/are David P. McGreevy and Holly M. McGreevy. The property to be offered pursuant to this notice of sale is being offered for. sale, transfer and conveyance "AS IS. WHERE IS." Neither the Trustee nor the holder of the note secured by the deed of trust, being foreclosed, nor the officers, directors,' attor­ neys, employees, agents or au­ thorized. representative of either Trustee or the. holder of the note make any representation or war­ ranty relating to the title or any physical, environmental, health or safety conditions existing In. on. at or relating to the properly being offered for sale. Any and terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days written notice to the landlord. You may be Iable for rent due under the agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination. The* date of this Notice is De­ cember 5,2014. Grady I. Ihgle or Elizabeth B. Ells Substitute Trustee 10(30 Perimeter Parkway,. Suite 400 Charlotte, NC 28216 (704)333-6107 http://shapiroMtomeys.com/nc/ 13-054754 Posted: _________ By: arising out of or in any way re­ lating to any-such condition ex­ pressly are disclaimed. TNssaIe 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 amounl of the Nd or seven hundred fifty dollars (3750.00). whichever is greater, is required and must be tendered In the form of' certified funds at the time of the sale. This sale'wHI be held open ten days for upset bids as required by law. Following the expiration of the statutory upset period, ail. remaining amounts are IMMEDIATELY DUE AND OWING. Failure to remit funds In a timely manner will result In a Oedaratlon ,of Default and any deposit will be frozen pending the outcbme of any re-sale.- If the - sale Is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the de­ posit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, the Mortgagee; the SubstItNe Trustee, or the at- Iomeyrbf1Ju1V bf'dfe'fore^Slng. SPECIAL NOTICE FOR LEASEHOLD- TENANTS: If you are a tenant residing in the prop­ erty. be advised that an Order for Possession ot 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 PubNshrDec. 25. Jan. I STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS HAVING QUALIFIED as Ex­ ecutor of the Estate ot ANITA SPILLMAN HARDING, late of -Davie County, this Is to notify aN persons, Iirms and corporations having daims against said Estate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before March11.2015, (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 wiif please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 8th day of December, 2014.JOSEPH WILUAM MASON 245 Sleepy Hollow Road MocksvjNe1 NC 27028 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Atlomeys at LaA 10 Court Square MocksviHe, NC 27028 PuNlsh: Dec.11,18,25 Jan.1 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORSHAVING QUALIFIED as Admin­ istrator of the Estate of GEORGE MALCOM CARPER JR., late of Davle County, this is to notify eN persons, firms and corporations having claims against said Estate to present written claim to the undersigned on-or before March11.2015, (being three (3) months from the Ikst day of publication of this notice) or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and corpora­ tions IndeMed td'sald Estate wHI please make immediate payment to the undersigned.This the Illh day of December, 2014.Karina Sue Carper, Admfnfstretor ot the Eetete 6885 Hwy. 801 S. ftss&aHRHSL. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORSHAVING QUALIFIED as Ad­ ministrator of the Estate of VIV­IAN LYNN MCCULLOH TUT­ TEROW, late of Davle County, this is to notify all persons, firms Crossword Puzzle Stuj , I Madorredfollower 4 Happen 9 The/re snHfed at . .14 Family nickname ' 16 Tehranman ' 16 Beginner. - 17 Helnoue o - 18 Trix Davor 20 Salt agreement? 22 Jazz's Montgomery 23 * your heart over . 24 Morethaneuepend . 26 Exleriore .. 30 Goonandenabout ; 31 Put into pigeon holes ' 32 loggers tool - 33 Bay of Naples Isle . - 34 Utile ladies • 38 YorkMets 36 SenoriWs other ' • 37 Sentimental soul 36 Opening bit 39 Cetlie Neptune 40 Pteca of fabric ' 41 One Io beware? .. 42 " oralia attis" 43 8mack target .44 Ouekdovm 48 ITgu/eballlwiek - 47 London___ - 48 Falstaffs buddy 49 K»orNa>- 1 NBCrivaI 2 Pons solo 26 Bacffepartner 47 Ersatz 27 ComposerofThe 49 Think-tank produet Slmpsons-Bteme 51 Speeder's risk 28 EngNshprepsehooI - 52 Execawhomake 69 Earlytimr-S 69 Flndanoiherrotefor ' 61 None in particular 62 Way oui West? . 63 Jamaican faith, briefly. 64 Marrlage-notieewofd 4 SpMetuff 6 Mean-sounding yam? 6 Saharalransport 7 Ones, In Madrid 8 TinTIn 9 Shortplays t Oraktage pipe 9 Ptecelogeta 11 Night__ 12 Camavalcity 13 Stitdt(UP) 19 Annual 21 Added 26 islands food 7 Byanarrowmargln 6 Soundenthealr 0 Hosedown 1 Short life story . 4 -Mart/s'Borgnlne 6 *l haven't a to S3. 88 12/31. InMaay. or what is In the middle of eadiofthelong answers kt this puzzle Answers On Page B12 and corporations having claims against said Estate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before March 11,2015, (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, Iirms and corporations indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the under- ' signed. This the 8th day of December, 2014.GILBERT DEAN TUTTEROW 215 Parker Road MocksvINe, NC 27028 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law IOCourtSquare MocksviNe. NC 27026 Publish: Dec.11,18,2S;Jan.1. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF OAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS HAVING QUALIFIED as Exec­ utor of the Estate of KATHLEEN WOMBiLE BAILEY, late ot Da­ vie County, this Is to notify all persons, Arms and corporations having daims against said Estate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before March 11,2015, (being 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 corpora­ tions indebted to said Estate wiH please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 8lh day of December. 2014. NANCY MCHAN 153 Shady Lane Advance. NC 27006MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Atlorneys at Law IOCourt Square MocksvBIe. NC 27026 Publish: Dec.11,18,25;Jan.l STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVlE EXECUTOR’S NOTICE HAVING QUALIFIED as Ex­ ecutor of the Estate of THEA G. BROWN, Deceased, late of Da­vie County, North Carolina, this Is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of the deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before March 11. 2015, or this Notice will be pleaded In bar of their right to recover against the estate of the said deceased. AU persons in­ debted to said .estate will please make immediate payment. This the IOth day of December, 2014. Deborah B. 7HpteM Executor of the Esfafe ot Thea G. Brown ■ c/o Brandy Koonlz-Stockert - Attorney for Debora B. Triplell. Execulor /I few-fpi;: 181 Soulh Main Street MocksvNIe, NC 27028 PubNsh: Dec.11,1S,2S;Jaa1 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS * Having qualified as Executor for the Estate of GLAOYS FOSTER McNEILL, late of Datfle County, North CaroNna, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to present them to the Executor, undersigned, on or before March 25, 2015, or this Notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. AU persons indebted to said es­ tate win please make Immediate - payment.This the 25th day of December,' 2014. George Randall Fdafer Executor tor the Estate OfGIadya FoeterMeNeIII 3420 US Hwy 601 N.Mocksville. NC 27028 Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1.8,15 PDBIIC NOTICE DOCKET NO. SP-4708, SUB 0 APPLICATION OF TOPRAK, LLC FOR A CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on November 7, 2014, To- prak, LLC (Applicant), tiled an application seeking a certificate of public convenience and neces­sity pursuant to G.S. 62-110.1(a) for construction of a 20-MW solar photovoltaic electric generating facility to be located west of the terminus of Crawford Road In Mocksville. Davle County, North Carolina. The Applicant plane to sell the electricity to Duke Energy Carollnas. LLC. Details of the application may be obtained from Vte Office of the Chief Clerk of the North Car­ olina Utilities Commission. 430 N. Salisbury Street, Sth Floor, Dobbs Building, Raleigh, North Carolina 27603 or 4325 Mall Service Center. Raleigh. North Carolina 27699-4325 or on the Commission's website at www. ncuc.net. If a complaint Is received with­ in ten days after the last date of the publication of this notice, the Commission will schedule a pub­ lic hearing to determine whether a certificate should be awarded, will give reasonable notice of the time and place of the hearing to lhe Applicant and to each com­ plaining party, and will require the Applicant to publish notice of the hearing In .this newspa­per. If no complaint is received within the time specified above and if the Commission does not wder a hearing upon its own Ini­ tiative, the Commission wHI enter an order awarding the certificate sought by the Applicant. Persons desiring to lodge com­ plaints may He statements to that effect with the Commission. Such statements should reference Docket No. SP-4708, Sub 0 and be addressed as follows: Chief Clerk, North Carolina Utilities Commission, 4325 Mall Service Center, Raleigh. North Carolina 27699-4325. Statements may also be direct­ed to Christopher J. Ayers, Exec­ utive Director, Public Staff - North Carolina Utilities Commission, 4326 Mal Service Center, Ra­leigh. North Carolina 27699-4326 or to The Honorable Roy Cooper, Attorney General of North Caro­ lina, 9001. MaR-Service Center, Raleigh, North Carolina 27699- 9001. N PubIIsh=Dec. 18,25; Jan. 1.8 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor for the Estate of MARIE T. BUTLER, late of Davle County, North Can oDna, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to present them to the Executor, Carlos M. Butler, at the office of his attorney, Willi­ ford McCauley. Attorney at Law. P.O. Box 53606, Fayetteville. NC 28305, on or before March 25, 2015, or this Notice wHI be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said es­ tate will please make immediate payment. This the 25th day ot December. 2014. Cerfos M. Butler, Executor for the Eefefe OtMarteT. Butler Send payments or.ctaimaJo: Williford McCauley, Attorney at Law. P.O. Box 53606, 1308 Fort Bragg Road. SuHe 101 FayeiteviHe1 NC 28305 Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1.8,15 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORSHaving qualllied as Executor for the Estate of RALPH DONALD PHILLIPS, tate of Davie County, North Carolina, this Is to notify all persons having claims against ,,,the estat&Af dSeJdjdeCftPSftdi to present them to. IherExeculor. t undersigned, on or before March 25, 2015, or this. Notice wiH be pleaded in bar of their recovery. AU persons indebted to said es­ tate-wHI please make immediate payment.This the 25th day of Oeeember, 2014. DAVID PHILLIPS, Execufor for the Eeiate of Ralph Donald Phllllpe 901 Carolina Ave., Winston-Salem, NC 27101 Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1,8.15 14 SP 227 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE, North Carolina, Davle County Under and by virtue of the pow­ er of sale contained In that certain Deed of Trust executed by R. 0. Pettiford and Lota Lee Pettiford dated March 22, 2010 to BB&T Collaleral Service Corporation; Trustee for Branch Banking and Trust Company, recorded In Book 625, Page 416, Davie County Registry; default having been made In payment of the indebt­ edness thereby secured; and the necessary findings to permit fore­ closure having been made by the Clerk of Superior Court of Davie County. North Carolina; the un­ dersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, the property conveyed In said deed of trust, the same lying and being In the County of Davie and State of North Carolina, and more par­ ticularly described as follows: Being all of the properly known as Lot No. 74 of development known as *Craftwood’ Section III, as recorded In Plat Book 4, Page 114, Davie County Regis­ try. Properly Address: 121 Mar­ coni St., Mocksville, NC 27028 Date of Sale: January 8, 2015 at 02:00PM Location of Sale: Davle County Courthouse Re­ cord Owner(s): R. D. Pettlford and Lola Lee PetUford TERMS OF THE SALE: (I) This sale wHI be made subject to: (a) all pri­ or liena, encumbrances, ease­ ments, right-of-ways, restrictive covenants or other restrictions of record affecting the property: (b) property taxes and assessments for the year In which the sale oc­ curs. as well as any prior years; (c) federal lax Hens with respect to vfltich proper notice was not given to the Internal Revenue Service; and.(dj federal tax Hens - to which proper notice was given '; to the Internal Revenue Service and to which the right of redemp- • tlon applies. (2) The property is being sold 'a s is*. Neither the + beneficiary of the deed of trust, nor the undersigned Substitute Trustee, makes any warranties 01 representations concerning the property, Including but not limited - to, the physical or environmental condition of the property. Further, the undersigned Substitute Trust­ ee makes no. title warranties with respect to the title to ihe property.(3) The highest bidder will be re­ sponsible for the payment of rev­ enue stamps payable to the Reg­ ister of Oeeds and any final coufl and/or auditing fees payable to the- Clerk of Superior Court which are' assessed on the high bid result-; Ing from this foreclosure sale. (4) At the lime of the sale, the highesi bidder wiH be required to make a ; cash deposit of five percent (5%)- of the bid, or $750.00, whichev­ er Is greater, with the remaining. balance of the bid amount to be- paid on the day following the ex-* plrallon of the applicable ten (10)' day upset bid period. (5) Any per­ son who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on 01 after.October 1, 2007, may aftei receiving the notice of sale, ter­ minate the rental agreement upon 10 days written notice to the land­ lord. Upon termination of a rental agreement, the tenant Is liable foi rent due under the rental agree- menl prorated to the effective date of the termination. (6) An or­ der tor possession of the property being sold may be issued pursu­ ant to N.C.G.S. §45-21.29 In favoi of'lhe purchaser and against the party or parties In possession, by the Clerk ot Superior Court of the county In which the properly Is sold. SMITH DEBNAM NARRON DRAKE SAINTSING & MYERS. LLP. Cara B. Williams, Attor- ; ney for Jeff 0. Rogers. Substitute Trustee P. 0. Box 26266 Raleigh. NC 27611-6268 (919) 250-2000 File No. ALS 14254368. 1124051 12/25,01/01/2015 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORSHaving qualified as Executor for the Estate of POLLY MITCHELL FOSTER, late of Davle County, North Carolina, this Is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to pres­ ent them to the Executor, Law­ rence B. Driver, at 507 W. Oak Island Dr., Oak Island. NC 28465, on or before March 25. 2015, 01 Jhis NotIcenWiII be pleaded In bar 'oTtheir recovery. All persons in­debted to said estale will please make Immediate payment. This die 25th day of December, 2014.Lawrenee BZDrIver Executor for the Eetate of Polly Mltehell Foater 507 W. Oak Island Dr.Oak Island. NC 28465 Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1,8,15 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE Having qualified as-Adminis­ trator of the Estale of Robert Wlleon Pitts, Deceased, late ot Davle County, North Carolina, this Is to notify all persons having claims against the estate ot the deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned on or before March 25, 2015, or this Notice will be pleaded In bar of their right tc recover against the estate ot the said deceased. AU persons in­ debted to said estate will please - make immediate payment. - Tttis the 24th day of December, 2014. KaronHbdgeaPItts • Administrator of the Estate of Robert Wilson Pltte 140 LesHe Court Advance, NC 27006 Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1,6,15 STATEOFNORTHCAROLtNA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORSHaving qualified as Executrix of the Estate of JOHN RICHARO LINK, deceased, late of Davie County, North Carolina, this is tc notify all persons having claims against the said estate to present them to the undersigned on or be­ fore the 25th day of March. 2015, being three months from ihe first day of publication of this notice, 01 this notice will be pleaded In bai of their recovery. AU persons in­debted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 25th day of December. a 2014. JodIUnkSIfford Exeeutrlx for the Estate 6280 NC Highway 801 South Mocksville, NC 27028 ■ Piedmont Legal Associates, PA Lynne Hicks, Attorney for the Estate -1 NC Bar #011125 124 West Depot Street Mocksville, NC 27028 (336)751-3312 Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1,8,15 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 1,2015 • BH LEGAL NOTICES NORTHCAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY File No.: 14 CVS 127 OF FORE610SBRE SAII Under and by virtue of the power and authority contained In a judgment bearing the caption “Wells Fargo Financial North Carolina 1, Inc. v. Edward J. Car- dlnale, JacqueHne C. Cardinals, and Substitute Tnistee Services, Inc., In Its capacity as Substitute ' Trustee', Davie County, and pur­ suant to the terms of the judg­ment, the undersigned Com­ missioner wHI offer for sate that certain property as described below. Said sale wll be held In the City of Mocksvile1 Davie County, North Carolina at One Forty-five p.m. (1:45 p.m.) on Tuesday, Uie 13th day of Jan­ uary, 2016 at the courthouse door, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the foHowIng real estate situate In the County of Oavie, North Carolina, and being more particularly described as foHows: Beginning at a point In the north edge of the Gladstone Road, ai a point which is lhe southwest comer of a tract con­ veyed to Pearlle Mills, et ox, by Janie Dula, described In Deed Book 59, at page 336, DaWe County Registry, and being the Southeast comer of the within described tract and runs thence with a line of the said Pearlle Mills’ tract North 4 degs. West 1.58 chs. Io a point; thence West links to a point; thence North 4 degs. West 1.58 chs. to a point; thence South 3 degs. East 3.10 chs. to a point In the North side of the said Gladstone Road; thence South 86 degs. East 1.68 chs. 10 Int and place of beginning, containing one-half (1/2) of an acre, more or teas, and being the leal property conveyed to Thomas L. Swicegood et ux, to Mr. S J. Dula by deed recorded In Deed Book 24, at page 159, Oavie County Registry. Save and Except: A 12 foot easement along the is tttat reads thence South 3 •degs. East 3.10 chs. Io a point In the North side of the said Glad­ stone Road’ which will be used for an underground sewer line. The property is being sold “as is’, without warranties, subject to aH taxes, special assessments and prior Hens or encumbranc­ es of record and any recorded releases. Arty assessments, costs or fees resulting from ihe sale will be due and payable from the purchaser at the sale. The sale wHI not convey any personal property which may be located on the real property no warranties or representations as to whether improvements to the real properly are personal In nature. A cash deposit (no personal check), or certified check In the amount of ten percent (10%) ot the Ngh Nd. will be required at the time of ihe sale. The sale wHI be held open for ten days for upset bids as re­ quired by law. TNs the 12th day of Decem­ ber, 2014. . BY: Susan R. BenNt, Commissioner Post Office Box 2505 FayetteviHe, NC 28302 (910) 864-6888 THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. THE PURPOSE OF THIS COM­MUNICATION IS TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, except as stated below in the Instance N bankruptcy protection. IF YOU ARE UNDER THE PROTEC­ TION OF THE BANKRUPTCY COURT OR HAVE BEEN DIS­ CHARGED AS A RESULT OF A BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDING. THIS NOTICE IS GIVEN TO YOU PURSUANT TO STATUTO­ RY REQUIREMENT AND FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ANO IS NOT INTENDED AS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT OR AS AN ACT TO COL­ LECT, ASSESS, OR RECOVER ALL OR ANY PORTION OF THE DEBT FROM YOU PERSONAL­ LY. PUBLISH: JAN. 1.8 14 SP 238 NBTICieF FOKCMSUIE SME Under and by virtue of a Pow­ er of Sale contained In that cer­ tain Deed of Tnist executed by Shannon D. Mayhew and Corrle Mayhew to WiDiam R. Echols. Ihistee(S), which was dated March I. 2006 and recorded on March 2. 2006 In Book 651 at Page 4, DavIe County Registry, North Carolina. Default 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 ot the note evidencing said default having directed that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the under­ signed Substitute Thistee wiH offer for sale at the courthouse door of the county courthouse ' where the property is located, or the usual and customary lo­ cation at the county courthouse for conducting the sale on Janu­ ary 12,2015 at 11:30AM. and will sell to the highest bfdder.for cash the following described property situated in Davle County. North Carolina, to wit: Being known and designated as Lot No. 62 of North Ridge, Phase Three, as set forth In Plat Book 6, Page 35, Davie County Registry, to which reference is hereby made (or a more particu­ lar description. Subject to Restrictive Cove­ nants in DB 519, PG 428, Oavie County Registry, and any other easements and restrictions of record. For back Title, see OB 629, Page 689. and DB 180, Page 34, Davie County Registry. See also Tax Map H-4-13, Blk A. Pd 82, located In MocksviUe Township, Davie County, North Carolina. Save and except any releases, deeds ot release or prior convey­ ances of record. Said property is commonly known as 106 Sweetgum Drive, MoekBVlIIel NC 27028. THIRD PARTY PURCHAS­ ERS MUST PAY THE EXCISE TAX. AND THE COURT COSTS OF FORTY-FIVE CENTS (45c) PER ONE HUNORED 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 Hlty DoHars ($750.00), whichever is greater. wHI be required at the time of the sale. Following the expiration of the statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are Im­ mediately 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, environmen­ tal, health or safety conditions existing In. on, at, or relating to the property being offered for sale. This sale is made subject to a l prior Hens, unpaid taxes, any unpaid land transfer taxes, special assessments, ease­ ments, rights of way. deeds of release, and any other encum­ brances or exceptions of record. To the best of the knowledge.and belief of the undersigned, the current owner(s) of the property is/are Shannon D. Mayhew and Corrte Mayhew. . 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 the party or parties In possession by the clerk of superior court of the county In which the property is sold. Any person who occu­ pies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered into or renewed on or after October I, 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 stale 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 the purchaser is the return of the deposit. Reasons of such In- ablHty to convey include, but are not Hmited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the confirmation of the sale and rein­ statement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. If the validity of the sate is ChaHenged 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 de­ posit. The purchaser will have no further remedy.Trustee Services of Carolina, U.C Substitute Trustee Brock & ScotL PLLC Attorneys for Trfistee Services of Carolina, LLC 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 PHONE: (910) 392-4968 FAX: (910) NOTICE OF FORECIOSORESME NORTH CAROLINA, DAVIE COUNTY Underand by virtue of a Power of Sale contained In that certain Deed of Trust executed by Adam Zakamarek and Danuta Zaka- marek to Thistee Services of Carolina, LLC, Trustee(s), which was dated January 26.2006 and recorded on January 31,2006 In Book 646 at Page 635 and re- recorded/modifled/corrected on April 12.2012 In'Book 886, Page 22, Davie County Registry, North Carolina. Default having been made ot the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the undersigned, Trustee Services of CaroHna, 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 Thist be foreclosed, the under­ signed Substitute Trustee wHI offer for sale at the courthouse door of the county courthouse where the properly is located, or the usual and customary lo­ cation at the county courthouse for conducting the sale on Janu­ ary 12.2015 at 1130AM, and wiH sen to the highest bidder for cash the IoHowing described property situated In Davie County, North CaroUna, to wit: BEGINNING at an iron, said Iron being located In the South­ east comer of Sterling T. Wooton, Deed Book 166, Page 15. Davie County Registry and also being In the West Hne of John F. Da­ vis, Deed Book 182, Page 208. Oavie County Registry; thence from said point of Beginning along Davis' West line South 58 deg. 58’ 20' West 625.69 feet to an iron; thence North 48 deg. 24' 40* West 205.83 feet to an iron; thence North 35 deg. 06’ 40* East 674.53 feel to an iron; thence South 42 deg. 01’ East 239.82 feet to an iron In the Southeast comer of Stephen P. Steam, Deed Book 176, Page 574, and the Southwest comer ot Sterilng T. Wooton; thence with Woo ton's South line Soutii 37 deg. 06’ 40* East 235.20 feet to an Iron, the point and place of Beginning, containing 5.01 acre#, more or less, and being In accordance with a survey prepared by Michael E. Gizfnski, RLS, dated April 9.1996. Together with that 60 foot wide access and utHities easement as the same is shown leading from Peoples Creek Road as record­ ed In Plat Book 6, Pages 33 and 34 Davle County Registry. Further together with and sub­ ject to that 30 foot wide access and utHities easement as the same is more particularly de­ scribed in Deed Book 187, Page 18. Davle CounN Registry; ref­ erence to which Is hereby made BEGINNING at an iron, said iron being located In the North­ east corner ol Dwayne Hartless, Deed Book 181, Page 691, Da­ vie County Registry, and also being In the Southern right of way Hne of Peoples Creek Road, thence from said point of Begin­ ning along the Southern right of way Une of Peoples Creek Road South 77 deg. 12' East 30.0 feet to «1 iron, thence South 12 deg. 50' 20* West 408.02 feet to a point; thence South 54 deg. 33’ East 400.16 feet to an point; thence Soutii 35 deg. 06’ 40' West 30.0 feet to a point; thence North 54 deg. 33’ West 420.34 feet to a point; thence North 12 deg. 60’ 20' East 426.0 feet to a Iron, the point and place of Be­ginning. Save and except any releas­es, deeds ofreleasp or prior con­ veyances ot record. Said property is commonly known as 1627 Peoples Creek Road, Advance, NC 27006. THIRD PARTY PURCHAS­ ERS MUST PAY THE EXCISE TAX, AND THE COURT COSTS OF FORTY-FIVE CENTS (45«) PER ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100.00) PURSUANTTO NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A cash deposit (no personal checks) of five percent (5%) of the purchase price, or Seven Hundred Fifty DoHars ($750.00), whichever is greater, will be required at the time of the sale. Followingtheexplrationof the statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are im­ mediately 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 representa­ tions of warranty relating to the title or any physical, environmen­ tal, health or safety conditions existing In. on, a t or relating to the property being offered for sale. This sale Is made subject to aH prior liens, unpaid taxes, any unpaid land transfer taxes, special assessments, ease­ ments. rights of way, deeds of release, and any other encum­ brances or exceptions of record. To the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current owner(s) of the property Is/are Adam Zakamarek and wife, Danuta H. Zakamarek. 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 the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or after October I. 2007, may. after receiving the notice of sale, terminate the rent­ al agreement upon 10 days’ writ­ ten notice to the landlord. The notice shaH also state that upon termination of a rental agree­ ment, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination. If the trustee is unable to convey title to this property tor any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser is the return of the deposit. Reasons of such InabHity to convey include, bin are not limited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the confirmation of the sate and rein­ statement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. If the validity of the sale is chaHenged by any party, the trustee, In their sole discretion, If they beNeve the challenge to have merit, may request the court to declare the sale to be void and return the deposit. Thepurchaserwillhave no further remedy. Trustee Services of Carolina. LLC Substitute 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) 392-8567 FHe No.: 13-25725-FC02 Publish: Jan. 1.8 the remaining amounts ar mediately due and owing. Im- iron pin, the Northeastern cor­ ner of the wHhin'descrlbed tract: thence South 02 degs. 30 min.Said property to be offered p p m u jle Ihl8 Nodes 4 Ssls « S - “ Sis being offered for sate, transfer and conveyance 'AS IS WHERE There are no represents- POINT AND PLACE OP BEGIN- NING. containing 1.012 acres as shown on a survey by A. C. Quate FORECLOSDRESMf Under and by virtue of a Pow­ er of Sale contained In that cer­ tain Deed of Trust executed by Rickey R. Bailey and Rosemary E. BaHey to PRLAP, inc.. Trust- ee(s), which was dated Novem­ ber 30, 2009 and recorded on November 30,2009 In Book 612 at Page 731, Davie County Reg­ istry, North Carolina. Default having been made of the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the undersigned. .Trustee Services of Carotina, LLC. having been substituted as Trustee In said Deed of ltust, and the holder ot the note evidencing said default having directed that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the under­ signed Substitute Trustee wHI offer for sate at the courthouse door of ihe county courthouse where the property is located, or the usual and customary lo­ cation at the county courthouse for conducting the sate on Janu­ ary 12,2015 at 11:30AM, and wHI sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property situated In Davie County, North Carolina, to wit: Being all of Lot Number Four (4) Section One, Charieston Rldge as set forth In Plat Map 7, Page 20. Davie County Regis­ try to which reference is hereby made for a more particular de­ scription. Subject to restrictions as set forth In DB 200, Page 581, Oavie County Registry. Save and except any releas­ es, deeds of release or prior con­ veyances of record. Said properly Is common­ ly known as 132 Charleston Ridge Drive, Mocksville, NC 27028. THIRD PARTY PURCHAS­ERS MUST PAY THE EXCISE TAX. AND THE COURT COSTS OF FORTY-FIVE CENTS (45c) PER ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100.00) PURSUANTTO NCGS 7A-308(a)(l). A cash deposit (no personal Greeks) of five percent (5%) ot trie purchase price, or Seven Hundre.d Rtty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, will be required at the time of the sale. Following tire expiration of the statutory upset bid period, aH « « ■ mT 1 ',V ? 92- 1 - 5 *title or any physical, envlronmen- "» “> » '* « “ "►tat. huallh or salely cohdltlcbs SCtIbad Ia Oeea Book 97 .1 Pase existing In. on. at. ot Ialatln9 In 97J k r - “ « • “ « • 15 the property being offered for maoe- sale. This sale is made subject TOGETHER with an easement to all prior Hens, unpaid taxes, for purpose of Ingress, egress any unpaid land transfer taxes, and regress which easement special assessments, ease- shaH be appurtenant to the above merits, rights of way, deeds ot described 1.012 acres and run release, and any other encum- with the land in the hands of at brances or exceptions of record, persons whomsoever over and To the best of the knowledge upon the servient tract described and beUef of the undersigned. In Deed Book 97 at Page 97. the current owner(s) of the prop- DCR. That easement is described erly Is/are Rickey R. Bailey and as follows: wife, Rosemary E. Bailey. BEGINNING at an iron pin the An Order for possession of Southeastern comer of that prop- the property may be issued pur- erty described In Deed Book 97 a< suant to G.S. 45-21.29 In favor Page 97. Northeastern corner oi of the purchaser and against the that property described In Deed party or parties in possession Book 97 at Page 95 In the West- by the clerk of superior court of em right of margin of SR 1306: the county In which the property thence with the line of DameH is sold. Any person who occu- Gobble North 87 degs. 29 mln. 06 pies the property pursuant to a sec. West 886.37 feet to an iron rental agreement entered Into pin, the Southeastern comer of or renewed on or after October the above described 1.012 acres I, 2007, may. after receiving the tract; thence North 02 degs. 30 notice of sale, terminate the rent- mln. 54 sec. East 30.00 feet tc al agreement upon 10 days’writ- a point; thence South 87 degs. ten notice to the landlord. The 29 mln. 06 sec. East 876.32 feel notice shall also state that upon to a point In the Western right of termination of a rental agree- way margin of SR 1306; thence ment, the tenant is Ratfle for rent South 16 degs. 00 mln. 08 sec. due under the rental agreement East 31.64 feet to the POINT prorated to the effective date of AND PLACE OF BEGINNING as the termination. shown on the above described If the trustee is unable to 8urveY- convey title- to tills property for Save and except any releases, any reason, the sole remedy of deeds of release or prior convey- the purchaser Is the return of ances of record, the deposit. Reasons of such Qaid property is commonly InabiKty to convey Include, but known „ W1 ShettieM Road, are not limited to, the filing of a iiaebauiiia n e 9702a. bankruptcy petition prior to the ’ puRCHASconfirmation of the sale and rein- THIRO PARTY PURCHAS statement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee, if the vaHdity of the sale is chaHengedby any party, the trustee, In their ONE HUNDRED DOLLARSsole discretion, if they believe ($100.00) PURSUANT TO NCGS the challenge to have merit, may 7A-306(a)(l). A cash deposit request the court to declare Uie (no persona checks) of five per- sale to be void and return the cent (5%) ot lhe deposit. ThepurchaserwiHhave or Seven Hundrea R,tV DoUafS no further remedy. ($750.00), whichever is greater. ThisteeServices wHI be required at the time of the of Carolina LLC sale- P°»owlng the expiration ot SubstltuteTrustee the statutory upset bid period. aH BmM, a Brnn Bi 1 r. the remaining amounts are Imme- K -W dhbbndbw K 9. of CaroKna, LLC Said property to be offered pur- 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 suant to this Notice of Sale is be- Wilmington. NC 28403 fng offered for sale, transfer and PHONE: (910) 392-4688 conveyance 'AS IS WHERE IS.’ FAX: (910) 392-8587 There are no representations ol Fife No.: 13-19198-FC02 warranty relating to the title or any Publish: Jan. 1.6 physical, environmental, health 01 safety conditions existing In, on, at. or relating to the properly be­ ing offered for sale. This sale is made subject to all prior liens, un­ paid taxes, any unpaid land trans­ fer taxes, special assessments, easements, rights of way. deeds of release, and any other encum­ brances or exceptions of record. UnderandbyvirtueofaPower Tolhebestoftheknowledgeand of Sale contained In that certain M iaf of ^ 9 Under8Igned, the cur- Oeed of Trust executed by Ran- ren) owner(s) of the property is> dy Gobble to E Edward Vogler, afe Rantfy D G0bble. Jr.. J.O., P.A.. Trustee(S), which . ’ ,was dated April 6,2006 and re- 0rder ,0f P°ssessi°n ol corded on April 6.2006 In Book ,he ProPertY maY be lssu6d Pur' 656 at Page 711, Davie County 8uanl *° G S- 45*21-29 ln taWl Registry. North Carolina. of the purchaser and against the party or parties in possession Default having been made ^ defk ^ SupefIor court ol of the note thereby secured by Jhe C0Unty in which the property the said Deed of Trust and the J8 ^ id Any person who occu- undersigned, Trustee Services ples lhe Pfoperty pursuant to e of CaroHna, LLC, having been rente| SgfeernSnt entered kite substituted as Trustee In said or renewed on or after Octobei Deed of Trust, and the holder of t> 2oo7. may. after receiving the the note evidencing said default Ooticeofsafe1Ierminatetherenia! having directed that the Oeed of Sgfeement upon 10 days' written Trust be foreclosed, the under- ^ lice t0 Jhe tendiord. The notice signed Substitute Thistee will 8ha| al80 8lale Jhat upon Jermi. offer for sale at the courthouse ^ n ori Qt a rental agreement, the door of the couhty courthouse tenam i8 BaWe fof rent due undei where the property is located. ^ renta| agreement prorated tc or the usual and customary Io- ^ S1fec1lve date ^ the tefmina- cation at the county courthouse ^on Ior conducting the sale on Janu- ’ ^ .ary 12,2015 at 11:30AM, and wiH H ,he Kusiee Is unable to con- sell.to the highest bidder for cash voY title to this property for any the foHowing described properly teason, the sole remedy of the situated In Davle County. North purchaser Is the return of tiie de- CaroUna to wit: Posl*- Reasons "*»» lnabiH,Yconvey Include, but are not limited BEGINNING at an iron pin the Jhe fiHng of a PanicrUptcy pe. Southeastern Comer of the with- wion t0 C0nflrmatiOn ol in described tract, said South- the sale and rekistatement of the eastern comer being located 1oan without the knoafledge of the u— I 87 degs. 29 min. 06 sec. Jfu8te9 HthevaIidItyoithesaIe AMEHflED NOTHil OF FORECIOSflRESME West 688.37 feet from an ironis chaHenged by any party, thepin located In the Western right Ifusteei in their ^ 9 discretion, it ol WW WW9K «t SR ,306. Ihe believe Ihechallehgelohave NOBheaslem comer ol Demel meil, re(|liesl „,e „ u„ Gobble (Deed Book 97 at Page declare Ihe sale to be void and re- 95|. Soelhweslem comer Cl Wm 9w aw 0s,,. Theperobese, IhelpropenydescnbedlhDeed w iiharapoIunherremedy. RnrW 97 al Pnee H7r Iheneetmm TroSlee ServicerBook 97 at Page 97; thence from the beginning North 67 degs. 29 min. 06 sec. West 210.00 feet to an Kon (tin the Southwestern comer of the within described tract in the line ot Oamell Gobble; thence a new line North 02 degs. 30 min.S4 sec. East 210.00 feet to an iron pin. the Northwestern comer of tiie within described; thence South 87 degs. 29 min. 06 sec. East 210.00 feet to an of CaroUna, LLC Substitute Trustee Brock & Scott. PLLC Attorneys Ior Trustee Services ol Carolina. LLC 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington. NC 28403 PHONE: (910) 392-4988 FAX: (910) 392-8587 Rle Na: 08-095S5-FC02 PubIish=Jan. 1.8 B12 - DAVIE CO UNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, T hursday, Jan. 1,2015 Dateline Fundraisers Saturday, Ja n . 10 Community Breakfast, Mocks­ ville First Presbyterian, S. Main St., 7-10 a.m., proceeds to Da­ vie Domestic Violence Services. Scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, country ham, grits, cooked ap­ ples, milk gravy, biscuits, bever­ ages. Country ham and sausage breakfast. Center Methodist, US 64 W. at 1-40, Mocksville. Proceeds to local missions. Eggs, grits, apples, biscuits, gravy, bev­ erages. Reunions W ednesday, Ja n . 7 Davie High Class of ‘61 quar­ terly get-together, I p.m.. Sage­ brush of Mocksville. AU class members invited. Religion T hrough Ja n . 4 Christmas/Advent lessons, Ful­ ton Methodist, 3689 NC 801 S., Advance, 9:30 a.m. Sundays, followed by Sunday School at 10:30. W ednesday, D ec. 31 Watchnight Vespers, 7 p-m., Cornatzcr Methodist, 1244 Cor- natzer Rd., Mocksville, followed by dinner, movie and games until midnight. Watchnight Service, 10:30 pan., Fairfield Baptist, 164 Excaiibur Lane, Mocksville (off US 601 S.), to thank .God for blessings and ask for blessings in 2015. New Jerusalem - Apostolic Church, 291 Campbell Road, Mocksville, celebration of New Years Eve, 10:30 p.m. with guest minister, Julian Gaither. T hursday, Ja n . 1 Free concert with Soul’d Out Quartet and Risen Son Quar­ tet, First Baptist Church, Coolee­ mee. Doors open at 5 p.m., con­ cert at 6.909-3538 or 998-4249. •Feb. 13-14 Lets Get Real Marriage Con­ ference, Cornerstone Chris­ tian Church, 1585 NC 801 N., Mocksville. S25/S50. Brad Rat­ ledge Band and Dale and Jena Forehead.336-577-5240, O ngoing Beginning Bible Study, Verse by Verse, Thursdays, 6:30-8 p.m., Sage Garden Care Center, 977 Yadkjnville Rd., Mocksville. 734-9476. Simply Moms prayer and book study group for moms of all ages with kids of all ages, second Fridays, 9:30-11:30 a.m. during school year,ComeratoneChristian Church, NC 801. Free childcare. 998-0600. Weekly Prayer Service, First UMC1 N. Main St., Downtown, Thursdays, noon-1 p.m. in sanctu­ ary. Not a structured service, quiet time to pray and meditate. Preschool, at Macedonia Mora­ vian Church, 9 a.m. til 12 noon. Optionallunchbunch I p.m. Ages 12 months - 5 yre. Call 998-6492. Bible Study, study Bible with Les Feldick on DVD, Davie YMCA, each Tues., 10-11 a.m. & 6-7 p.m. Also each Sun. 2 p.m. on WDSL AM radio. GriefShareRecovery & Support Group, at Hillsdale UMC, 5018 US 158, Advance. Second&fourth Sundays of each month4 p.m. For info: 998-4020. Kids for Christ, at Liberty UMC, 141 Liberty Circle', Mocksville, each Wed. 3-5:30p.m. Forkinder- garten-5th grade. No cost, just a time for play,snacks, Bible stories, & music. Info: 940-7246. MOPS (Mothers of Preschool­ ers), 1st and 3rd Fri. of every month .during traditional school year, 9:30-11:45 a.m., at Blaise Bapt. Church. Awana, every Wed. evening6:30- 8 p.m. qt Eagle Heights Church. The Life & lbaching of Jesus, presented by Mocksville Sev­ enth-Day Adventist Church1Mon. & Thurs. at 7 p.m., at 407 Milling Rd., Mocksville. Free admission. For info: 704-876-3665. Youth Program, at Ijames Bapt. Church, each Sun. evening 5:45 p.m., ages 12-18.Info: 492-6434. Women’s Discussion Classes, two classes held weekly at Jericho Church of Christ,Tues. 10:30a.m. and Wed. 7:30 p.m. No cost for materials. AU women invited. Women’sBibleStudy,every Wed. 5-6 p.m., in a home near Milling Road area. AU women welcome. Info: 751-5229. Women's Study Group, Phase 2, on Biblical women, presented by Hannah's J^finistries. Free & held every second Sat. of each month, 10-11 a.m. AU welcome. Info: 940-5149. CarcNet Counseling Centers, at First Baptist Church, 390 N. Main St., Mocksville. Offers inter-denominational counseling. Academically trained, certified counselors & mental health pro­ fessionals. Info.&appt.75l-2041. PreschooI/ParcntsMomingOut, Bethlehem United Meth.Time: 9 a.m.-noon. Ages I & 2 - M1W or T, Th. Age 3 - M.T, Th. Age 4 & Pre-K - three orfourdays per week. Call 998-6820. Preschool, at Center United MethodistlUS 64 W.,Mocksville. 2,3 ,& 4 year olds. Monday-Thurs- day, 8:30-11:30 a.m. Tiffany Grooms, 336-473-2615. Awana & Bible Study, Wednes­ days at 7 p.m., Hope Baptist Tabernacle. CofTee House, 4th Sun. each month, 7 p.m.,at Comatzer UMC. Good coffee, good fellowship, & good music. Special Events S aturday, Jan . 3 Fundraiser for Lonna Hendrix McDaniel to help pay for eye surgeries, noon-4 p.m., Cor- natzer-Dulin Fire Dept. Gospel and bluegrass music, hamburgers, . hotdogs, silent auction. New Years Resolution group training for all levels runners and walkers, 8 a.m., Brock parking lot off N. Main St. 492-2360 or drsalmon@yadtel.net. O ngoing Family to Family 2014 Courses, 12 class course sponsored by NAMI-NW Piedmont (affiliate of National Alliance on Mental Illness). Participants my be family/ friend of person diagnosed with mental illness. Classes run Feb. 24-May 5 each Monday, 6-8:30 p.m. at Hillsdale Bapt. Church, Advance. Spay-Neutcr Clinic, 2nd Wed. of each month by the Humane Society of Davie County, afford­ able spay-neuter surgery for cats and dogs. Call 7S1-5214 to make reservation and for details. Free Advanced H ealthcare Planning Workshops, 2nd TueS. of each month, I & 4 p.m., EMS Building, Mocksviile. For info: 336-768-6157 ext. 1622. Footloose Friends, every Tues., 7-9 p.m. (first time dancers should arrive 6:30). Cost $4 each night, open to couples or singles. Call Link 413-5204 or 972-2659. Federal Benefits for Veterans, DAV Chapter #75 bldg., 1958 US 601 S., every third Sat., 12-4 p.m. For info: 336-407-5662.. Free Monthly Diabetes/Blood Pressure/Cholesterol Screen­ ings, last Fri. of each month in 2009atWalMart,9am.til 12noon. Sponsored by Davie Lion's Club. Visit Cooleemee’s Mill Village Museum, .14 Church'St., Wed.- Sat. 10 a.m. til 4 p.m. Tours also available by appt. Call 284-6040. Storytimes.at Davie Co. Library: Fri. 11 a.m. at Main Library (story At The Brock The following is a list of art op­ portunities for everyone to enjoy at the Brock Performing Arts Center, North Main Street, Mocksville. For information about any of our ArtWorks projects or to join the group, which plans andcoordinates visual art opportunities, call the arts council administrative office at 336-751-3112.. A rtw orks Chairs of Hope Exhibit, January, ponsored by Daniel Furniture & Electric in collaboration with Dragon Fly House. Artists pur­ chase an adult slatted seat chair or a child rocker from for $25, then make the chair into an original work of art. The chairs will be exhibited in the Brock Gallery where the public is invited to place a vote per day for the “People's ChoiceAward". AU chairs will be part of a silent auction on Feb. 13 at WinMock with proceeds going to Dragon FIy House. Ja n . 10 That Mancini Magic! will high­ light songs of Henry Mancini performed by his solo trumpeter, Cecil Welch. The Moon River Orchestra, an ensemble of violins, saxophone and rhythm will be directed by Mac Frampton. Feb. 14 O riginal Beach Boy David Marks, along with other Beach Boys from the past will sing fa­ vorite tunes as SurfCityAlI-Stara. Visit www.daviearts.org or on Facebook. The Brock Gallery is open Mondny-Friday from noon-5 p.m. Fortickets or more informa­ tion on how to be a part of the arts in Davie County call 751 -3000. Meetings Saturday, Ja n . 3 Mocksville American Legion Post 174,lunch, noon, Sagebrush, 1-40/US 601, Mocksville. O ngoing Dnvie/Mocksvillc AA, closed non-smoking meeting, at First Bapt. Church, 390 N. Main Street (across from Davie Co. Library). Thursdays, 7 p.m. Info: Jan 753- 1638.1 Davie QuiItcrs Guild, 3rd Mon. of each month, for info: 492-2000. TViumph Parenting Classes, Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m., call for info: 751-5636. Humane Society of Davie, monthly meetings 2nd Tues. of every month, at Humane Society Adoption Center, 291 Eaton Rd. Call 751-5214 for info. Family & Friends of the Men­ tally III Support Group, 2nd and 4th Tues. of each month, 6 p.m., Hillsdale Bapt. Church1Advance. Call 751-5441 for info. Advance G arden Club, 2nd Tues. each month, Hillsdale Bapt. Church1US 158,1:30 p.m. Lion’s Club, meets 1st Thurs. of each month, 6 p.m. board, 7 p.m. general. At Hardison United Methodist Church. Hillsdale Sunrise Rotary Club, every Thurs. at 7 a.m., Bermuda Village. Davie Democratic Party, 2nd Tues. of each month, 7 p.m., HO pepot Street. Dnvie Co. Republican Party, every third Tues. of month, 7 p.m. in Davie Co. courthouse. Davie Co. Republican Men’s Federation, second Thursday of every month, meal6p.m., meeting 6:45 p.m., Sagebrush, US 601 N.. Mocksville. For info: 408-8898. Women welcome. Davie Historical Se Genealogical Society, 4th Thura., 7 p.m., Davie Library. Ai-Anon Fam ily G roup, at Macedonia Moravian, NC 801 . N., Advance, Sundays 8 p.m., (in fellowship hall). Al-Anon is a group that helps families & friends of alcoholics. Cooleemee Womens Civitan: Club, meets 4th Thurs. of each month,'7 p.m. Cooleemee First Bapt. fellowship hall, 204 Mar­ ginal St., Cooleemee. AU ladies invited. CommunityFoundationofDavic County Board of Directors, 2nd Mon., 5 p.m. Rotating meeting. For info/monthly location call 753-6903. N orth Davie Ruritan Club, monthly dinner meetings, second Mon. of each month, 7 p.m. Call 782-4276 for info and location of next meeting. Smart Start of Davie County board meeting, 3rdTues. of every other month at SunTrust on Yad- kinville Rd., 8:30 a.m. Questions; 751-2113. Alzheimcr’sSupport Group,2nd Tuesday of each month, 6:30 p.m., at Davie Sr. Services,Mocksviile. info: 753-6230. Davie Civitan Ciub meets 4th Thure. of each month, Feb.-Oct., 7 p.m., at Hillsdale Bapt. Church, Hwy. 158. AU visitors welcome. Mocksville American Legion Post 174, first Saturday of each month, noon, Sagebrush, 601 N., Mocksville. Center ECA Club meets 2nd Monday of each month, at Center Comm.Bldg.,7p.m.Pleasejoinus. DisabledAmericanVeteransPost 75 meets on third Monday of each month, 7 p.m., DAV building, Hwy.601S.Contact336-407-5662 for more info. Town Of Cooleemee Planning Board, meets 3rd Thurs. of each month at Cooleemee Town Hall, 7 p.m. Davie Business Women’s Asso­ ciation, 1st Wed. of each month, 12 noon, at SunTrust Bonk, Valley Bank Branch location. Open to oil ladies interested in networking. Davie Co. Band Boosters, meets 2ndTuesday of month, 7:30 p.m., Davie High Band Room. Cooleemee Recreation Associa­ tion, Zachary House, 1st Tuesday, 7 p.m. The Artist Group, Davie County Library, 7 p.m. last Tues. Call Bonnie at 998-5274. Center Community Develop­ ment, 3rd Mon., 7 p.m. Commu­ nity Bldg. Cooleemee Town Board, 3rd MondaylTown Hail, 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Davie Domestic Violence Ser­ vices and Rape Crisis Center. Offers weekly support group for domestic violence & sexual assault victims. The group meets every Tues. evening from 5:30-7 p.m. Please call office forlocation, 751-3450. Mocksville Rotary Club, Tues­ days, 12:05 p.m., EnergyUnited Education Center, 182 S. Salisbury St., Mocksviile. Farmington Masonic Lodge No. 265, 2nd Monday, 7:30 p.m. at the lodge. Davie United Way Board of Directors, 4th Monday, 5:30 p.m., Brock Center Annex, Conf. Room 208. DavieHighAtblctic Boosters,3rd Monday, 7 p.m., school cafeteria. Farmington Ruritan Club, 2nd Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Farmington Community Center. Health Dept., clinic hours: Mon.- Fri., 8:30-11:30 a.m., M :30 pjn. Davie CounDr Board of Social Services, 4th Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. at DSS. Mocksville Civitan Club,7 p.m., 2nd & 4th Mondays, at First Pres­ byterian Church. Advance Memorial Post 8719 Veterans of Foreign Wars and Ladies Auxiliary, 4th Tues., 7:30 p.m., post home, Feed Mill Road. Davie CounD Right To Life, 7 p.m., 3rd Thursday, grand jury room, courthouse. 751-5235 or 492-5723. Cooleemee Memorial VFW Post 1119,2ndSat.,10a.m.,VFW Hall, N.C. 801. CorinthianLodgc 17F&AM,2nd, 4th Fridays,7:30 p.m. at the lodge. Mocksville Masonic Lodge 134, 1st Tuesday,7:30p.m. atthelodge. Cooleemee Civitan’s Club Meet­ ing, 1st and3rd Mon. each month,7 p.m.,Civitan Property,801 North, Cooleemee. Davie Co. Multiple Sclerosis Support Group, 2nd Mon. of each month, 6 p.m., at new hos­ pital, Bermuda Run. For info: 336-972-6673. Seniors AM Senior Activities take place at Davie County SeniorServices locatedat278 Meroney St., Mocks­ ville unless otherwise noted. Call 753-6230. Friday, Ja n . 9 Lunch with counD commission­ ers, noon. RSVP by Jan. 2. M onday, Ja n . 12 Monthly movie, I p.m.. RSVP by Jan. 9. T hursday, Ja n . 19 Senior Birthday Party, 2 p.m., RSVP by Jan. 8. O ngoing Sr, Lunchbox, M,T,W, 11:30 a.m., Th. Se Fri., 11 a.m., lunch served daily. Quilting Club, every Monday, 10 a.m. SKIPBO, Wednesdays, I p.m. Scrapbooking, every 2nd Tues­ day, 2 p.m. Free Blood Pressure Checks, once a month, at 10:30 a.m. in the Nutrition Site. Singing Seniors Chorus, Thurs­ days, 10 a.m. Scrabble, I p.m. every Monday. Texas HoId’Em -Thursdays, I p.m. Sr. Book Club, eveD third Tues. + of the month, 2:30 p.m. ComputcrCiosscs-areavailable, call for information. Arthritic Exercise - eveD other Wed. 10:30 a.m. LineDancing,Mondays9:45a.m„ Wednesdays, 11:15 a.m. Low Impact Aerobics - Tues. & Thurs., 11 a.m. Fitness Equipment Room • open Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m. til 8 p.m. Fridays 8 a.m. til 5 p.m. & Sat. 9 a.m. til I p.m. Tbblc Tbnnis-everyTucs. l-4p.m. Art,Mondays9 ajn. til 12 p.m. Tbi Chi, Tuesdays (call for sess- sion dates) Woodcarving, Wed. 9-11 a.m. Silver Health, Mon.,Tues.,Wed., 8:30 a.m. Yoga, call for dates and sessions. Dance ParD Aerobics, 5:30 P m- on Tues. & Thurs. Silver Health, Mon., Wed., & Fri. at 8:30 a.m. R eport Davle D ateline Items By Noon On Monday Items for Davie Dateline should be repotted by noon Monday of the publication week. Call 751-2120 or drop it by the office, at S. Main St. across from.the courthouse. 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B14 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 1,2015 PICKLES BYBRIAN CRANE W m MI'M CROCHETING COLORFUL COVERS FOR TUEM SILLV OOKTlON, WHV OOTHEV / / > . , NEEP COVERS? “ WHKT ARE Vou POlNG j* WITH ALL THOSE HANGERS, OPAL? COVERS KEEP > CLOTHES FROM v" ' ■ SLIPPING OFF THE HANGER ANP TUEV1RE PRETTV. I PlPNT HAVE THE HEART 10 TEU HER I COlSLP ACCOMPLISH THE SAME THING IN A TENTH OF THE tim e WnH A Roll OF FRlCTiONTAPE. AH,.. I SEE WEU1THAT MAKES SENSE BY STEVE KELLEY & JEFF PARKERWSTIN I'M CONSTANTLY HW INS TO BOffPOW j SO THIS YEAff I IfESOLVEP PEAPEffS UGH. MY NEW YEAff-S PESOLUTION HAS ALffEAPY FAILEP. POYOU PEAPING g l a s s e s b e c a u s e ALWAYS FOffGET MINE. WHEN I PICKEP UP THE KEYS ON MY WAY O U T -1 PUT THE CASE INTO NICE. SO WHAT'S THE PffOBLEM? I FOffGOT TO PUT THE GLASSES BACK IN THEIff CASE H E ffE -TOPAY WHEN I WAS HAVING CO FFEE-1 PUT THE CASE ON th e k itc h en t a b l e BESIPE KEYS THEYffE MOTHER GOOSE & GRIMM BY MIKE PETERS QOUR rw&ftf OOPS/ MY STEAK TARTARE... I S l I WOULDN'T MAKE H MPLANS FOB THE SUMMER. rMARINE RESEARCH INSTITUTE / • > * , „ HE'S A SIT MOBE SPOBTINS THAN MOST CATS ON THE BRIGHT SIDE, PR. NUFER'G RESEARCH TEAM WAS ABLE TO T COLLECT VALUABLE DATA ON FEEDING FRENZIES T nd 2015'. , > WV Champions War Eagle Wrestlers Win Holiday Tournament Page BI Promote Pollination Learn Beekeeping At Local Class Page 2 DAVIE C O U N T V ENTERPRI/ENRECORD U S P S 149-160 T h u rsd a y , J a n . 8, 2015 WinterFest Moves Indoors County Eyes Capital Plan Courthouse, E911 Among The N eeds B y M ike B a rn h a rd t Enterprise R ecord Y es, D avie C ounty is building a new high school at a cost of som e $56 m illion. B ut there are m ore capita] needs in the county. T he courthouse needs renova- - tions. C ylas Jo h n so n g e ts so m e help from m om an d d ad , A dam an d Tiffany, a s h e .trie s to sk a te a t M ocksville’s W in- T he E9L1 com m unications te rF e st celebration on S aturday. A lthough rains m oved th e e v e n t from Ju n k e rs Mill O utdoor T h e a tre to th e C entral system has serious issues. D avie gym , h u n d re d s of a re a resid en ts took ad v an tag e of th e free fam ily ev en t. Below , R e e c e H icks ta k e s a c lo se 0 th e r schools have construc- Ipok a t a b a llo o n scu lp tu re. F or m ore p h otos, p le a se .tu rn to p a g e 1 2 .. .. ... .... -Photosbv Rpbln.Snow. fo n n e e d s. and "is ever • I changing. C ounty com m ission- - ers w ili hold a special m eeting'at 1:30 p jn . on Jan. 21 to discuss p five-year capital plan. I !_ C ounty M anager M ike R uffin said at M onday night’s com m is­ sion m eeting that these things - $60 m illion w orth o f im prove^ m ents - can be accom plished w ithout a tax increase. . -" “W e’ll be very transparent lay it out for people to see,” he; said. “W e have capital needs m our county other than sew er.” C om m issioners had already approved re-financing o f 2006 Certificates o f Participation that should save the county approxi­ m ately $460,000. “A m azing things are going on in our county,” R uftin said. “W e’ll see m ore o f that. O ne of the reasons I decided to come; here w as the quality o f the staff." Vote For Chamber’s Best Of Davie Awards T he D avie C ounty C ham ber of Com m erce second annual B est of D avie A w ards w ill be official­ ly launched at the 2015 D avie County C ham ber o f C om m erce A nnual M eeting and A w ards G ala on Jan. 22. This program is another com ­ ponent o f the. cham ber’s iSH O P- D A VIE initiative and offers the com m unity the opportunity to com e together and celebrate the best in the county. T he B est o f D avie A w ards pro­ vide the cham ber w ith a unique w ay to recognize the w ork and contributions that m ake D avie C ounty a special place to dine, ban^^liye^ stay, shop and w ork. ‘T h is is jiist another w ay for us to m ake a connection w ith the im portance o f supporting all our local businesses and give the com m unity an opportunity to share w hat they love m ost about D avie County,” said cham ber president, Carolyn M cM anam y. “B eginning in January w e’ll be seeking nom inations from the com m unity and hope that local businesses and individuals w ill jo in in the fun and encourage vot­ ers to nom inate them for a B est o f D avie Aw ards. “A fter the huge success w e experienced last year, w e are looking forw ard to seeing how our businesses get involved and the results o f residents and cus­ tom ers show ing their support for their favorite businesses.” Individuals w ill be able to nom inate their selection for Best o f D avie online at w w w daviech- am ber.com through Friday, Jan. 16 at m idnight. TVventy nom ina­ tion categories have been identi­ fied and w inners w ho receive the m ost votes w ill be recognized on Jan. 22. Categories for the first B est o f D avie A w ards include: “This is just another way for us to make a connection with the importance of : .1 supporting all our local businesses and give ; the community an opportunity to share whattheyJove most about Davie County;” -CaroIyn McManamy Chamber President • B est N ew Business (opened in 2014); • B est C ivic I N on-Profit; • B est Place to be A ctive w ith Fam ily; , • B est Place to Eat; • B est Place to B e w ith Friends; • B est G o lf C ourse; • B est V ineyard; • B est Place to Shop; • B est H air Salon/B arber; • B est Photographer; • B est R eal Estate A gent; • Favorite H ealthcare Provider (D octor, C N A 1 D entist, E ye D oc­ tor,); • B est Insurance A gent; • B est Place for Y our Pet; • B est D avie C ounty M obile A pp/W ebsite; • B est Place to G et Fit; • D avie Super M an (H elp identify an up and com ing lead­ er w ho has gone to extraordinary m easures to m ake a difference in D avie County.); • D avie Super W om an (See “ Super M an"); • B est Place to W orship in D a­ vie C ounty; and • M ost N otable D avie A thlete (past or present). T he cham ber encourages in­ dividuals and local businesses to get involved and have fun w ith this event. “W e hope businesses use so­ cial m edia, posters - any com m u­ nication to invite and encourage their custom ers, friends and farm- ily to nom inate them . W e w ant individuals to rally together and show support fo r others in the com m unity w ho are deserving o f a B est o f D avie designation;. W hat better w ay to show appre­ ciation for a business, organize-; tion o r person in the com m unity than to nom inate them for a B est a o f D avie aw ard,” said M cM ana- m y. . " “W e w ant to continue show ing ■ the com m unity that by w orking a together and supporting each oth­ er, w e add to the vibrancy 4>f D a- vie C ounty— again, exactly w hat iSH O PD A V IE is all/about.” For m ore inform ation, con­ tact the cham bejf at 751.3304 or cham ber@ davjfecounty.com. 689076382120 22 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 8,2015 Bditorial Page Appendix Kept Soldier From D-Day W esley Griffith never missed his appendix. His emergen­ cy surgery in 1943 proved a life-saver in m ore w ays than o^g.* G riffith, the Clem m ons native who died last week, waff-recovering from surgery w hen his Arm y unit joined thw 5-D ay invasion. H e spent D-Day in bed. vJVhen he recovered, he was reassigned to radar duty in the/Pacific and never heard from his old unit again. He nev­ er knew how they fared in Norm andy. That w asn’t his only near-m iss o f front line duty. H e was assigned to a unit pre­ paring to invade Japan when tw o atom ic bombs convinced Japan to surrender. :‘-T didn’t do anything outstanding,” he told m e a decade agot I didn’t fall for that self-deprecation. H e and all the W orld W ar II veterans combined to do som ething spectacular — freeing the world o f the German and Japanese tyrants. ftfesley Griffith cam e hom e to his w ar bride, w ent to w ork, raised a family, attended church faithfully and let his sons play w ith his old Arm y jacket and medals, was a good man. [w a s just as impressed w ith his w ife's w ar story. Opal A llen, 19, boarded a Greyhound bus alone and traveled to Tam pa, Fla., to m arry her soldier. They found a M ethod- is£iBjnister w ho w ould hear their vow s. She rode the bus holnd to w ait for the w ar to end. tt*s difficult to imagine the hardships, the courage, the suffering that generation endured. tbny Blakely A pother old soldier’s death last w eek also caught m y at­ tention. Tony Blakley, 68, w ho served in Vietnam, died. W eSpt through many D avie H igh football gam es together a tj^ a d e ago w hen our sons played. W hat w as so rem arkable about Tony Blakely was his green thum b. H e could grow things. His family Blakley Landscaping business prepared the beautiful grounds around the new D avie Hospital and tended many other business properties around the county. H e drove big mow- er& iftd wore a fancy cap with flaps to keep the sun off his .n ep g IVnjoyed watching him w ork, and he obviously enjoyed w hathe did. AcIBoom In The Night Add som e D avie County night ow ls to the list o f peo­ ple across the nation w ho heard an unexplained boom last w eek. People in A rizona, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Illinois, K entucky, Indiana and Connecticut also made reports of stiphge noises. Som e said it sounded like a train crash — w here there w atV no train tracks. Som e speculated on a sonic boom. Scrife described it a house-shaking metallic boom. p^vie residents heard the noise on Jan. 3 in the wee holirS. Tpe m ost plausible-sounding speculation was that the noife' was caused by underground plate m ovements that didn’t rise to the level of earthquakes. People spread from Farmington and Bermuda Run and south o f M ocksville heard the noise. A nd they were part of a najional sweep o f people who heard ... something. 6lhers slept peacefully through it. Exfcept for wandering about Chicago's Ohare Interna­ tional A irport, I’ve never been to Illinois. That will change in 2015. Three little grandsons moved to the Com Belt dur­ ing the Christmas break, and we m ust go. T he gas prices are now $1.99 per gallon in Illinois. The local TV station’s business news doesn’t lead with the Dow Jones Index, I’m told. The first thing on the minds o f people there is the price of com . It’s a 12-hour tiek, but w e m ust go. But not this week. High tem perature on Thursday is expected to be 3 degrees with '20 m ph winds. — D w ight Sparks U .S. ECONOMIC GBSPWTH What’s Happening To The Honeybees? Declining Population Threatens World’s Food Supply By Pam Jones Extension Horticulture A gent, Davie County D eclining bee popula­ tions have been all the buzz, pun intended, for several years. . Itis a fa c tth a tth e • num ber o f managed honey bee colonies in the United States has declined steadily oyer the past 60 years, from six million colonies (beehives) »n'1947tofour-“- million in 1970, three m il­ lion in 1990, and ju st 2.5 m illion today, according to a W hite H ouse rep o rt. released June 20,2014. M any know n and unknow n factors have contributed to this decline including pesticides, lack of genetic diversity and diseases. So why is tlje num ber of honeybees im portant to you and nie? N inety com m ercially grown crops in the U nited States depend upon insects and anim als for pollination. These pollinators transfer pollen from the m ale part of the flower to the female part of the flower in order Beginning Beekeeping Class Starts Saturday The D avie C ounty B eekeepers A ssociation w ill hold a beginner beekeeping course beginning Jan. 10. The class w ill m eet fro m .9 -ll:3 0 a.m . on Jan. 10, 1 7 ,2 4 ,3 1 and Feb. 7 at the N .C . Cooperative E xten­ sion D avie Center, 180 S. M ain St., M ocksville, be­ side the courthouse. A field day w ill be held in early A pril. C ost is $45, w hich includes m em bership into the association. T he class w ill be taught by G reg Fariss, N .C. api- ' aSy inspector and E A S m aster beekeeper. It'w ill offeV3- basic education in bees and beekeeping to get started" in beekeeping. . .................... To register o r Ieam m ore, call Bruce Langdon at 909-2641. for the plant to successfully develop fruks, vegetables, nuts and grains. O f the leading 115 food crops consum ed w orld­ w ide, 87 depend upon insect and anim al pollina­ tors. H oneybees boost the econom y. "Pollinators contribute m ore than $24 billion to the U nited States econom y, o f which honeybees ac­ count for m ore than $15 billion through their vital role in keeping fruits, veg­ etables, and nuts available to consum ers” according to the federal report. Now, you see the con­ nection. In a w orld w ith a popu­ lation increasing exponen­ tially, hunger is already the cause of death in 2.6 m illion children yearly w orldwide. The death of these children is inexcus­ able. In fact, hunger is a constant for 805 million people daily. The average A m erican farm er feeds 155 people w orldwide accord­ ing to the U .S. D epartm ent of A griculture. Bees and farm ers are partners in eradicating hunger. A s a society, we m ust protect both in order to survive. T he need for action to protect honeybees and native bees is obvious. To that end, President Barack O bam a has tasked the D epartm ent of A griculture and the EPA w ith address­ ing this issue. Researchers '^JlP aftem ptt^dotenS lnS : ■ "Wh'y'honeVbedi, mdnarch ■butterflies and other pol­ linator num bers are dim in­ ishing. A nother goal o f this task force is to discover w ays to boost conservation of these critical pollinators.The federal budget for 2015 recom m ends that about $50 million be used to increase the num ber of acres dedi­ cated to pollinator conser­ vation program s and to . boost funding for research on pollinator losses. For publications on w hat you can do to protect vital pollinators, and there are lots, contact Pam Jones at 753-6100 OTpam Jones@ ncsu.edu. PREDICTIONS DAVIE C O U NTY ENTERPRI/i^ECORD USPS 149-160 171 S. Main St., P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 (336) 751-2120 Published weekly by Salisbury Newsmedla LLC Dwight Sparks..... Robin Snow......... Mlke Bamhardt.... Ray Tutterow....... 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DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , Thursday, Jan. 8,2015 r 3 Farmington Ruritan perfect attendance pins w ere presented to, from left: seated • John Caudle, Bob Price, Greg Stilings, Tim Sawyer, Chip Essie; standing - W ee Brock, Neil Essie, Jim Latham, Jo e Bdtzvf- back, A nnTalton and S te v e Talton. -- -i Farmington Ruritans Elected New Officers . The Farmington Ruritan D onW hite.' during the year, including the Man Of the Year recipient John Caudle IS recog- enjoyed their annual Christ- Outgoing President, Jim new flag pole in Farmington, nized for his outstanding service to the club. H ew as mas party at the Farmington Latham recognized the 2014 Joe “Santa” Butzbach led 3 founding m em ber of the organization.. Community Center. Man of the Year, John Caudle the Dirty Santa to the delight New officers were in- for his dedication to the club of the group and their spouses, stalled by Zone Governor and the projects he has chaired Jo e “Santa” Butzbach.: Sherry S teele enjoys her gift created by Neil Essie. Talton. Not pictured, director, Frank Payne. N ew officers, from lem ’seated -'presldentrB oti Prlce11-Vlce president, G reg shillings; secretary, Tlm Saw ­ yer; secretary, Chip Essie; standing - zone governor, Don W hite; director, Jo e Butzback; director, Anhe Fork Church OfAscension Honors Decidated Member The Episcopal Church of the Ascension honored one of its own on Dec. 7. The commercial kitchen at the church was officially named "The Avalon Potts Kitchen” in honor of lifetime church member and dedicated church worker, Avalon Potts. The Rev. Dr. Chantal McKinney, Vicar at Ascen- sionj said the blessing over the kitchen and honored the ministry that Potts and others had done over the years and will be doing in the future. Church member Milton Price said: "When work is ' to be done, Avalon is always present and accounted for.” An addition to the Parish Hall including the kitchen was completed in 2005 and Potts was instrumental in the design and planning the lay-- out of the kitchen. Potts has led literally hun­ dreds, if not thousands of meals being prepared' at As­ cension over the many years he has attended. Members always looked to him to orga­ nize the Easterbreakfast that's been a tradition for years, the Lenten meals, fund-raising meals, special events meals, covered dish luncheons and dinners, and many more. One of the newer meal challenges that The Church of the Ascension has taken up in recent years is a Christmas meal delivered to around 90 individuals. Mr. Potts along with many assistants plan and work to make this a reality each year. Monte Taylor, church member, said Avalon Potts' had been making time for church work not for 20-30 years, or 40-50 years, but for 70-80 years. Taylor said, “no matter how busy Avalon is, he always made time to show up and work at the church. He set examples for the rest of us.” It is well-known among church members that as much work as Mr. Potts has done for the Church of the Ascension, he is the first to deflect praise from himself to others, McK­ inney said. “Mr. Potts is not only a Fork treasure, but definitely a Davie County treasure as Avalon Potts and T he Rev. Dr. Chantal McKinney, priest at T he E wel1'" Church of the A scension in Fork, are ready to prepare 90 m eals for d !» VSlJ-IW 0FVELOPMTNr- )H SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY HEALTHY SftDN-POTTS KITCHEN | W ^ '^ N ( T H O N O R O F W A V A L O N P O T T S jm 'ELESS qilU RCH SHRVAN’i AMIj H fIiiN D I O -AM ?For I was hungry .ami you g;r. c iu>- I *-i-T, i thirdly "and you gave me som ething to <inn'c ! u Ltnmyer and you m -L onu-.! me '' M -Ltiii;'..- 25:35 D ctu n flw r 7. Pd This plaque honors Avaion Potts at the Episcopal Church of the A scension. loin today, and that's what you pay. Durm January the date you becom es member is i arid 5? DavieFamiIyYMCA 3 3 6 -7 5 1 -9 6 2 2 www.davieymca.org Financial A ssistance Available. / : 4 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 8,2015 The Flu Causes Visitor Concerns At Hospitals Aecompanied by wife Linda, W ayne M ason is inducted into the Brace Beagling Hali of Fam e. Brace Beagling Man Inducted Into National Hall Of Fame To protect the health. of patients, their loved ones and the medical staff, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center today implemented temporary visi­ tor restrictions that will re­ main in effect through the flu season. The restrictions apply to the Mocksville and Bermuda Run locations. Children underage 18 may not visit patients. Exceptions for special family circum­ stances, such as a dying fam­ ily member, may be allowed, but parents/guardians are Asked to get permission from the patient’s nurse to allow children to visit. Only healthy adult visi­ tors and family members age 18 and older are permitted to visit patients. All visitors and family members should be healthy - free from fever, cough, colds, or stomach vi­ rus symptoms - in order to visit patients. The restrictions apply to all Wake Forest Baptist inpa­ tient locations. The temporary restrictions are in place because the num­ ber of influenza cases has sig­ nificantly increased. Visitor restrictions can help control the spread of the virus. The medical center contin­ ues to monitor the influenza rates daily, and will take ap­ propriate steps to restrict visi­ tors further, if needed, or lift the restrictions when the Au cases decrease. .ST. LOUIS, MO. - Long­ time beagler Wayne Mason of Mocksville has been inducted ipto the Brace Beagling Hall o/-Fame. Although he got his start with beagles as a boy going rabbit hunting with his father. Mason soon learned he en­ joyed the thrill of competitive field trials. “It truly is an honor to be elected into the hall of fame,” IyIason said at a ceremony in Qctober in Pittsburgh held in conjunction with the AKC (American Kennel Club) Na­ tional Brace Championship and lit? Purina Brace Beagle awards. “I owe much to my wife, Linda, who has support­ ed me in the sport and helped care for my dogs when I was traveling to field trails.” Besides enjoying compet­ ing with his own dogs, Mason has held leadership roles. At Yadkinville Beagle Club, he served as secretary and then president for many years. He also was a director for the Southern and Mid-Dixie fed­ erations and was president of the N.C. State Champion­ ship. He has been a member of Iredell and Piedmont bea­ gle clubs and is a member of Catawba County and Indian beagle clubs. Mason has judged about 50 licensed trials. A member of the Breeder Hall of Fame since 1998, Mason has had two beagles Do YouNeed HeaKh Insurance? 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They show involvement at beagling. all levels of the sport, from “It has always been my local clubs to national com- family first, and then bea- petitions. Two members are gles, Mason said. He and his inducted each year, wife Linda have two sons, a To Ieam more, visit ameri- daughter and two grandsons, canbracebeaglingassocia- In brace beagling, two riow.com. elected into the Brace Bea­ gling Hall of Fame - Cana Ridge Crier and Cana Ridge Sage. He has bred 41 field champions and finished 26 field champions. Originally, . Mason bred under the Ma­ son’s kennel prefix and later; switched to the Cana-Ridge prefix. Mason’s enjoyment of beagling led him to buy 23 acres in 1994 in Davie County, where he promptly fenced 17 acres, built a ken­ nel and reserved six acres for his house. When he retired from RJ Reynolds Tobacco in 1995, Mason never looked back, having, at last, time, to devote to the sport of brace E911 Director Retiring In Feb. Ronnie Robertson, director of Davie E-911 Communica­ tions, will retire at the end of February. Robertson has been an em­ ployee in the department for 38 years. He gave his letter of retirement to County Man­ ager Mike Ruffin on Dec. 29. Robertson was one of four people hired to create the de­ partment' in 1976. “Through these past 38 years, it has been my joy and honor to serve the citizens of Davie County,” he said. “It is my hope that in their moment of need I was able to provide help and comfort. “I have had a wonderful career working under our first director, S.T. Dunn, until his death in 1998 and then being chosen to serve as.director. It would not have been possible without a skilled and dedicat­ ed 911 staff.” “Ronnie's leadership will be sorely missed," Ruf­ fin said. “You don’t replace someone who has been with you for.38 years. 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DOT Crew Earns Extra Mi Ie Award An NCDOT Davie County work crew'that was credited with preventing what could have been a tragic accident along 1-40 in Davie County last month will be honored this week with the depart­ ment's The Extra Mile Award. The honor recognizes NCDOT employees who go beyond their normal duties. They will receive the award this Thursday at the monthly NCDOT Board of Transporta­ tion meeting in Raleigh. On the morning of Dec. 4, Davie Fire Marshall Jeny Myers was traveling nofth on US 601 when he saw a vehicle turn onto the exit ramp of 1-40 East. The driver proceeded CONSTRUCTION INCLUDED.1N PRICING =SlghtToSIte (50 MIeHadIusSiafesvi Her NC j,/Concrete Footers Re/ Plan) Block And Stucco Foundation Per Plan'One Day Crone Service,’ Professlonol Set On FoundatIonTHVAC System Hect Pump Sized To Home Plumbing 8s Electric Hook Jps To Existing Service; interior And Exterior Trim Out 2 Quality. 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Department of transportation who had been working on the side of the in­ terstate had managed to stop the vehicle and warn oncom­ ing traffic of the hazard ahead. “If the workers had not tak­ en the actions they had putting themselves in danger,” said Myers, “there is no doubt the outcome would have turned into a tragic event.” “On the way to overtake the vehicle I passed two trac­ tor trailers and due to their speed at the time and the to­ pography of the land they most surely would not have seen the vehicle in question in time to react. The NCDOT workers that day prevented a tragic event from unfolding in our county that unfortu­ nately we have seen on more than one occasion. Their self­ less action no doubt saved the lives of not only the person in the passenger car but an un­ known scenario of what could have been a major incident." Myers sent a letter of rec­ ommendation to the workers involved: Transportation Su­ pervisor David Plage'mann, and Transportation Workers Jeny Lee Burcham1 Dan­ iel Devoid, Cory Robertson, Andy Reavis and Elmer Hen- dren. NCDOT Division 9 engi­ neer Pat Ivey nominated the crew for award. 704^883-8228 119 Beechnut lane- Statesville, NC • Exit 148 On 1-40 FARM FRESH PORK Jerry & Ctndy Foster (336) 998-7175 DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Ja n . 8,2015 - 5 District Court The following cases were disposed of during Davie Dis­ trict Court. Presiding: Judge April C. Wood. Prosecuting: Karen Biemacki, Kaitlyn Jones, and Wendy Terry, as­ sistant DAs. • K eny Denise Laroque, DWI, sentenced to 24 months, suspended 24 months, 30 days active, credit for 28 days, credit for substance abuse as­ sessment/follow treatment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, $500, cost, $100 DWI fee; mis­ demeanor child abuse, dis­ missed per plea. - Ryan Tyier Livengood1 inhaling toxic vapors, sen­ tenced to 45 days, suspended 12 months, credit for 79 days, obtain substance abuse as­ sessment/treatment, not com­ mit any similar offenses, write five page research paper, cost, $280 attorney fee, $20 install fee; misdemeanor larceny, dismissed per plea; misde­ meanor larceny, sentenced to 45 days at expiration of pre­ vious sentence, suspended 12 months, stay away from Wal Mart. ^ Corey James Markle, speeding 101 in a 70, reduced to careless and reckless driv­ ing, $900, cost, $20 install fee. - John Alexander Miller, misdemeanor probation vio­ lation, probation terminated successfully. - Lourdes Moffitt1 failure to wear seat belt, $10, cost. - David Eugene Moore, as­ sault on a female, dismissed, mediated. - Marius Shante Neely, no license, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address .change, $25, cost, $20 install fee. - Ryan Nicole Nixon, simple possession schedule IV controlled substance, dis­ missed per compliance with deferred prosecution. - Billy Ray Redmond Jr., misdemeanor probation vio­ lation, probation continued. $225 attorney fee. - Mireya Salas, no license, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $50, cost. - Steven Foster Sams, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Robert Dwayne Sparks, misdemeanor larceny, sen­ tenced to time served, cost, $225 attorney fee; felony lar­ ceny, resisting public officer, dismissed per plea. - Joshua Adam Spry, sec­ ond degree trespass, dis­ missed at request of prosecut­ ing witness. - Angela Faye Stevens, al­ lowing unlicensed person to drive, dismissed per plea. - Roy Ray Stone, misde­ meanor larceny, felony lar­ ceny, dismissed per plea. - Donald Houston Taylor, simple assault, dismissed, mediated. - Danisha L. Taymes, driv­ ing while license revoked not DWI revocation, dismissed; corrected. • Latanya Devon Woods, shoplifting concealment of goods, prayer for judgment continued, stay away from Wal Mart, $20 install fee. Failure to A ppear - Anthony Dewayne Ed­ mond, speeding 73 in a 55, driving while license revoked not DWI, possession/display of altered/fictitious/revoked license. - Buck Nathan Manuel aka Nathan Buck Manuel, misde­ meanor larceny. - Michael A. Pritchard, mis­ demeanor larceny. Dec. 18 The following cases were disposed of during Davie Dis­ trict Court Dec. 18. Presid­ ing: Judge Wayne L. Michael. Prosecuting: Wendy Terry and Karen.. Biemacki, assistant D A si' • Paul C..A djei, speeding 97 in a 70, dismissed per pfea; reckless driving to endanger, $700, cost, $20 install fee. - Joseph Lee Allen, simple worthless check, dismissed, civil settlement. - Pattie Jacobs Angell, DW I, sentenced to 12 months, suspended 18 months, 7 days active, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, obtain substance abuse as­ sessment/treatment, $400, cost, $1,380 attorney fee, $20 install fee. - RobertAIlen Baker, DWI, assault on a female, sentenced to 30 days, credit for 23 days, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, obtain substance abuse assessment/ treatment, $100 DWI fee, $225 attorney fee; reckless driving to endanger, hit/run failure to stop after causing property damage, open con­ tainer after consuming alco­ hol, dismissed per plea. - RickAlan Brown, simple assault, dismissed, mediated. - Cornell A. Connor, pos­ session of marijuana up to one-half ounce, camping on game lands, dismissed per plea; possession of drug para­ phernalia, cost, $170 attorney fee, $20 install fee. - Daniel Vemon Cottom, misdemeanor probation vio­ lation, probation extended 12 months; misdemeanor pro­ bation violation, probation extended 12 months; driving while license revoked not DW I, $25, cost, $20 install fee; failure to yield left turn, dismissed per plea. - Wesley Allen Couch, as­ sault with a deadly weapon, sentenced to 60 days, sus­ pended 18 months, have no contact with victim, $50, cost; hit/run leaving scene after causing property damage, two counts reckless driving to en­ danger, improper passing, dis­ missed per plea. - Sharon Dillon, larceny af­ ter breaking/entering,reduced . to misdemeanor possession of sjolen goods, sentenced to 45 - days, suspended 18 m onths,. $500 restitution to victim, do not go on property of victim, cost, $197.50 attorney fee; breaking and/or entering, dis­ missed per plea. - Ashley Lea Ann Dobson, driving while license revoked, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, cost, $225 attorney fee, $20 install fee; possession/display of altered/fictitious/revoked li­ cense, operating vehicle with no insurance, driving/allow­ ing vehicle to be driven with no registration, expired/no inspection, fictitious/altered title/registration, dismissed per plea. - Ralph Lee Edwards, II, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - M oncef I. Fachkoul, speeding 33 in a 20, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equip­ ment fee; allowing unlicensed person to drive, canceled/re­ voked/suspended certificate/ tag, dismissed per plea. - William Paul Foley, pro­ bation violation, probation re­ voked, sentenced to 120 days, credit for nine days, cost, $115 attorney fee. - C. Escobar-Galdamez, DW I, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, credit for substance abuse assess­ ment/follow treatment, $100, cost, $100 DWI fee; posses­ sion of open container/con­ suming alcohol in passenger area, dismissed per plea. - Austin Grose, speeding 93 in a 55, reduced to 69 in a 55, $300, cost; reckless driv­ ing to endanger, dismissed per plea. - KyleRobert Holden, mis­ demeanor larceny, sentenced to one day, not go on premises of W al-Mart. $170 attorney fee. •, - -Anttyony J. Holloway, dom estic" violence1 protect Administrative Court The following cases were disposed of during Davie Ad­ ministrative Court Nov. 28. Presiding: Judge Wayne L. Michael. Prosecuting: Burt Conley, assistant DA. - Bryce Andrew AIlio, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Jennifer A. Andrade, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $250, cost. • Chandramohan Aravind, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25,. cost. - Gordon Bruce Arnold, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Luis E. Suarez Baxin, speeding 91 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70. $15, cost. - Joshua Lee Beck, speed­ ing 56 in a 45, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. - Pamela Marie Begovich, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, - James Edward Bemabe, expired registration, expired/ no inspection, dismissed, cor­ rected. - Shawn Nazar Bhimani, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Imana LaJuIe Bilal, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. • Terea Mishele Bilson, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, cost. - Garth Alan Bishop, ex­ pired registration, expired/no inspection, dismissed, cor­ rected. - Dustin Lee Bostick, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Octavia Evonne Boyd, expired registration, dis­ missed, corrected; possession of open container/consum­ ing alcohol in passenger area, $25, cost. - Karoline O. Briggs, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost. - Angel Marie Brooks, ex­ pired registration, dismissed, corrected. • Shawn David Brown, reckless driving to endanger, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $100, cost. - Michael S. Broyhill, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Sheena C. Burcham, speeding 81 in a 65, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Susan Trotta Bush, speed­ ing 50 in a 35, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. - Miguel Angel Cardenas, no license, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $25,cost. - Matthew TyIer Carter, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - David Albert Chambers, speeding 83 in a 65, reduced to improper equipment, $100, cost. - Frank Anthony Charles, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Moises Pastor Cisneros, speeding 68 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. • Charlie Martin Cleary, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Joshua C. Cockman, speeding 73 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $100, cost. - Lucretia Ann Collins, failure to wear seat belt, dis­ missed, corrected. - Penny M. Corpening, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Tammy Denise Correll, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost; expired registration, dis­ missed, corrected. - Howard Thomas Cox, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Cassidy Jean Craddock, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Wilma Ratchford Craig, improper backing, dismissed, civil settlement. - Ronald L. Craven, speed­ ing 88 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, cost. - Carol Chambers Crooks, speeding 64 in a 50, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Armando Garcia Cruz, no license, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $25, cost; operating vehicle with no insurance, dismissed per plea. • Elizabeth Renee Dean, speeding 89 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $15,cost. - Tony Martin Deese, speeding 63 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, cost. - Isael Barrios Diaz, use of red or blue light, dismissed, corrected. tive order violation, injury to personal property, dismissed, prosecuting witness failed to prosecute. - Bobbie Jean Johnson, misdemeanor larceny, sen­ tenced to time served; misde­ meanor probation violation, probation continued. - Michael Lee Johnson, possession of drug parapher­ nalia, dismissed per compli­ ance with deferred prosecu­ tion. - Melanie V. Jordan, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, sus­ pended 18 months, 24 hours community service, surren­ der license, not operate ve­ hicle until licensed, credit for substance abuse assessment/ follow treatment, $100 DWI fee, cost, $362JO attorney fee; driving left of center, dis­ missed per plea. - Dove Peter Joseph, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Celena Cecelia Kelly, camping on game lands, simple possession schedule VI controlled substance, dis­ missed per compliance with deferred prosecution. - Chelsy Marie Martinez, misdemeanor larceny, sen­ tenced to two days, cost, $225 attorney fee. - Noel Argueta Martinez, misdemeanor probation vio­ lation out of county, proba­ tion revoked, sentenced to 120 days to run concurrent with sentence serving; driv­ ing while license revoked DWI revocation, dismissed per plea. - Jonathan D. McCoy, sec­ ond degree trespass, simple assault, dismissed at request of prosecuting witness. - Larry Donnell • McGee Jr., assault on a female, sen­ tenced to 150 days, suspended 18 months, complete abuser treatment program, $150 res­ titution to victim, $25, cost, $170 attomey-fee.'.; - Kory Charles Newton, misdemeanor probation vio­ lation out of county, proba- ■ tion revoked, sentenced to 24 days, credit for 19 days. • Jessica Marie Perez, sim­ ple assault, dismissed at re­ quest of prosecuting witness. - Donald Wayne Pickrel, shoplifting concealment of goods, cost, $77.84 restitu­ tion. - David Wade Randolph, DW I, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours community surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed,- credit for sub­ stance abuse assessment/fol­ low treatment, limited driv­ ing privileged 100 fee, $100, cost, $280 attorney fee; open container after consuming al­ cohol first, dismissed per plea. - Michael Lawrence Reed, injury to personal property, prayer for judgment continj ued, cost. I - Jonathan Ray Sanford] + simple assault, second degred trespass, dismissed at request of prosecuting witness. . i - Patrick Keith Smith, two counts simple assault, disj missed at request of prosecut} ing witness. J.} - Ryan Jay Stake, spe^d} ing 73 in a 55, dismissed plea; failure to wear seat IkuI $2550, cost. • Steven Ray Tate, shop­ lifting concealment of goodsj dismissed per compliance with deferred prosecution.!;^ - Christopher K. Warrgnj speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25; cost, $50 improper equipment fee. « ; - James R. W hitehead, speeding 85 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a 55, $200, cost; reel? less driving to endanger, dis­ missed per plea. - Drema Diana Wilson, two counts misdemeanor lar­ ceny, sentenced to 45 daj's, suspended 18 months, do h'ot go to any Wai Mart store, $25.' cost, $20 install fee. Failure to A ppear - Ann Marie Anderson, Op­ erating vehicle with no insur­ ance, fictitious/altered title) registration, give/lend/bor­ row license plate, expired/no inspection, operating vehicle' with no insurance, speeding 53 in a 35, failure to secure* passenger under age 16, driv"- ing while license revoked lTipt DWI. - William T. Johnson, ex­ tradition/fugitive other statB.'1 - Ereol Leshaun Kems ’Jr.] possession of marijuana up to' one-half ounce, possession of drug paraphernalia. - Brady Franklin Link, pos­ session of drug paraphernalRii - Brandon Dakota Smitb^ felony larceny, injury to perj sonal property. 5 D W I C ourt j The following case wag disposed of during . D avii D W I Court. Presiding?' Judgi;- April C. Wood. Prosecuting!' Steve Boone. • - K anie Lee Fowler, DWlJ sentenced to 60 days, sus-*: pended 12 months, 24 hours community service, surrendej; driver's license, not operat^ vehicle until licensed, credig' for substance abuse assess* ment/follow treatment, $200( cost, $100 DWI fee, $20 in/i stall fee. t. New Pool & Spa Installation Cteanlng • Chemicals Openlngft Ctoslre Vinyl Uner Reptaceinent 8 TNiuny Horrfe/Ownw - Dw 2) Ta Eta- H om e: (336) 2 8 4 4 8 1 7 ^ C e lh (336) 9 0 8 -4 0 2 7 ^ First Presbyterian Church 261 South Main Sc • Mocksville U l COMMUNITY BREAKFAST = S = THIS SATURDAY! Januaiy 10*, 2015 • 7-10 am DoaUtiatetepM for OAVIE D O m iK WHENCE SBMCES I /aa/ry reel ->C/V7 You are always welcome at First United Methodist Church 310 North Main Street Historic Downtown Mocksville Contemporary Worship8:45 a.m. TraditionaIWorship 1055 a.m. Sunday School for all ages 950 a.m. Weekly Prayer Service-Thurs-Noon-I DO p.m. w w w .firstum cm ocksville.org Telephone: 751-2503 ii ii v a t i o n s salon IJc It's Time To Get Elevated Blow Out Special: Shampoo/Cut/Blowout = $20.00 Cut/Color/Blowout = $45.00 Manicure/Pedicure Special = $30.00 (W elcoming: Nail Technician, Jisela Martinez specializing in silk w raps, gels, acrylics and shellacl) 129 NC Hwy. 801 South, Suite 101 Advance, NC 2 7 0 0 6 336-998-2500 ^ Mon-Fri 10cm-6pm By Appoinlmert or Wolk-In 6 - DAVIG COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 8,2015 Public Records Mocksville Police The following arc from Mocksville Police Depart­ ment reports. - The larceny of a wallet from a public restroom off Yadkinville koad was report­ ed Jan. 2. •!A woman reported Dec. 31 !someone' kicked in the door to her residence on Duke Street and took prescription medicines. - A woman reported Jan. I she was assaulted at a resi­ dence on Milling Road. - A man reported Dec. 31 that he had been assaulted. - A woman reported Dec. 30 she was assaulted at a resi­ dence on Milling Road. - A counterfeit S50 bill was used to purchase items at Wal- Mart, it was reported Dec. 30. - The larceny of a wallet from a locker at a gym on Hospital Street was reported Dec. 29. - A gift card was used by another person at Wal-Mart, it was reported Dec. 27. . - Patrons left without pay­ ing for $37.54 in food at a res­ taurant on Madison Road on Dec. 28. - The larceny of a coat left unattended at Wal-Mart was reported Dec. 28. - The larceny of telephone and computer equipment from Wal-Mart was reported Dec. 27. - The larceny of guns from a residence on Hillcrest Court was reported Dec. 24. . - The larceny of a gun from a vehicle parked at Wal-Mart was reported Dec. 23. Arrests - Jerome Elwood Carter, 43, of Michaels Road, was charged Jan. 3 with assault on a female and interfering with emergency communications. Trial date: Feb. 19. - Two people face drug charges after they were de­ tained at a license check point at 1:38 a.m. Jan. 3 at North Main Street and Sunset Drive. * Mark Daquan Jones, 23, and Bryant Keith Stephens Jr., 26, both of Winston-Sa­ lem, were each charged with possession with intent to sell marijuana, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Trial date: Jan. 15. Officers seized 16.5 grams of marijuana, money, telephones, scales, a pipe and a gun. - Jason Levon Hubbell, 37, of Wilhaven Drive, was charged Dec. 29 with being intoxicated and disruptive and with resisting an officer. Trial date: Jan. 15. - Ryan Tyler Livengood, 17, of Morning Glory Circle, was charged Dec. 28 with trespassing. Trial date: Jan. 29. - Alison Claire Colquhoun, 51, of Springfield, La., was charged Dec. 24 with resist­ ing, obstructing and delaying an officer. Trial date: Jan. 15. , -D anieIR yanJordan, 18,of Crestview Drive, was charged Dec. 22 with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Trial date: Jan. 8. He is accused of hav­ ing .04 gram of marijuana. - Marisa Dell Johnson, 32, of Gwyn Street, was. charged Dec. 20 with possession of drug paraphernalia and sim­ ple possession of Schedule .II drugs. Trial date: Feb. 19. Sheriff’s Department The following are from Da­ vie County Sheriff's Depart­ ment reports. - A Mocksville man re- Dec.:. 25 'he was being harassed via telephone. - A Mocksville woman re­ ported Dec. 26 she was being harassed with telephone calls and text messages. - A fence and post were damaged off NC 801 S., Ad­ vance, it was reported Dec. 27. - The larceny of an air com­ pressor and a chainsaw from a residence on Farmington Road were reported Dec. 27. - A woman reported Dec. 30 she was threatened on Sain Road, Mocksville. - The larceny of two packs of beef tenderloin .from Low­ es Foods, Bermuda Run, was reported Dec. 30. - The larceny of furniture from a residence on NC 801 N., Mocksville, was reported Dec. 30. -Adom estic dispute was re­ ported Dec. 30 at a residence on Creason Road, Mocksville. - The larceny of a work van from a residence on Ollie Har- key Road, Mocksville, was reported Dec. 30, - The breaking, entering and larceny of jewelry, a Bi­ ble, hedge trimmer and per-, sonal items from a residence on Fostall Drive, Mocksville, was reported Dec. 30. - A fence and post off NC 801 S., Advance, was dam­ aged, it was reported Dec. 27. - The larceny of a wallet from a store on NC 801, Ad­ vance, was reported Dec. 27. - A window to a garage door off South River Hill Drive, Bermuda Run, was broken, it was reported Dec. 28. • - A vehicle was taken without permission from a residence on Westside Drive, Mocksville, it was reported Dec. 28. - The breaking, entering and larceny of a purse from ©2015 Davie Little League Baseball & Softball Registrations AU boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 16 are eligible to play)! Walk-in Registrations will be accepted at the Brock Center: JanuarvlOtl' 9:00 AM-2;00 PM & January I?11 9:00 AM-2:00 PM "Volunteer/Coaches forms will be accepted." ReeistrationFees ... \ .4: ..IT-Ball $65.00 Coach Pitch, Minors, Majors, Jr/Sr $95.00 Fundraiser fee per family of $50.00 is due at time of registration. Go to www.davieli.com for more information regarding the fundraising fee. Online registration opens Jan 3rd. Go to www.daviell.com to register on-line. These are the only sign-ups held for the 2015 season. A late registration fee of $25 will be added after Feb. 14th, placed on a waiting list and assigned a team upon availability. Dovle Little League Is sanctioned by th e Little League International! W e strive to m a ke our program available to ALL children. Our program has produced District, S tate and Regional Champions! Y s all about th e kids. W e m ake it/u n !" a residence on Jasmine Lane,. Mocksville, was reported Dec. 23. - The larceny of a cell phone from a residence on Wall Street, Cooleemee, was reported Dec. 29. - A teen reported Dec. 29 he was assaulted at a residence on Wall Street. - The breaking and entering of a residence on US 64 Hast, Mocksville, was reported Dec. 22. - Signs on Vogler Road, Advance, were damaged with spray paint, it was' reported Dec. 19. - The breaking and entering of a vehicle off Wyo Road, Mocksville, was reported Dec. 20. - A man reported Dec. 20 someone had opened mail from a box on Alvis Trail, Mocksville. - A woman reported Dec. 21 that someone tried to run her over with a vehicle on Deadmon Road, Mocksville. • A potential scam at a residence on Dogwood Lane, Mocksville, was reported Dec. 18. - Mailbox tampering and an attempted breaking and en­ tering were reported Dec. 18 at a residence on NC 801 S., Mocksville. - The larceny of a bicycle from a residence on Ben An­ derson Road, Mocksville, was reported Jan. I. - A bullet was fired into a residence on Shady Grove Lane, Advance, it was report­ ed Jan. I. Arrests ' - William Canyon Oakley, 37, of Bermuda Run, was charged Jan. 2 with stalking. Trial date: Jan. 20 in Forsyth County. - Ross Allen King Jr., 35, of Calvin Lane, Mocksville, was charged Jan. 2 with a proba­ tion violation. Trial date: Feb. 19. -• - - Tlya“n"Tyler'''Liven'good', 17. of Moming Glory Circle, Mocksville, was charged Dec.'1 31 with a probation violation. Tnal date: Jan. 29. - Michael Philip Hubbard, 22, of Concord, was charged Dec. 31 with failure to appear in court. Trial date: Jan. 21 in Cabarrus County. - Terry Matthew Dalton, 63, of Vircasdelle Lane, Mocks­ ville, was charged Dec. 31 with non-support of a child. Trial date:.Jan. 6 in Guilford County. - Latisha Nicole Young, 35, of Legion Hut Road, Mocks­ ville, was' charged Dec. 19 with failure to compy with child support order. Trial date: Jan. 20. - Jessica Casandra Jones, 26, of Grifton, was charged Dec. 20 with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving while license revoked. Trial date: Feb. 19. She'w as cited for the same offense on a war­ rant, and is scheduled to face those charges Jan. 12 in Pitt County. - Dustin Rae Jenkins, 27, of'U S 158, Mocksville, was charged Dec. 21 with failure to appear in court: Trial date: Jan. 5. - Edward Lee Brindle, 42, Of Lexington, was charged Dec. 22 with driving while li­ cense revoked. Trial date: Jan. 27 in Alamance County. - Dennis Gray Strain, 48, of Daniel Road, Mocksville, was charged Dec. 22 with resisting an officer,Trial date: Jan. 15. - Tony Martin Deese, 20, of NC 801 S., Cooleemee, was' charged Dec. 14 with simple possession of marijuana, pos­ session of Schedule VI drugs and possession of drug para­ phernalia. Trial date: Jan. 29. He was charged Dec. 19 with a probation violation and re­ sisting arrest. Trial date: Jan. 19. -William Cody Hayes, 20, of Harding Street, Mocks­ ville, was charged Dec. 18 with cyberstalking. Irial date: Jan. 29. - Steven Eugene Lash, 36, of Salisbury, was charged Dec. 18 with non-support of a child. Trial date: Jan. 24. - Anthony Travis Doug- fIas Sr!',' 39,'‘of Ijames ‘Ctuirilv Road, Mocksville, was •'charged Dec. T8"with: failure to appear in court. Trial date: Jan. 20 in Yadkin County. - Ryan Jay Stake, 35, of Lit­ tle River, S.C., was charged Dec. 18 with a probation vio­ lation. Trial date: Feb. 19; - Victor 'Salinas, 17, of TO DAY NAILSi NEW Shellac In French Tips ... many sheila... OPEN SUNDAY (for. please call 336-251-91' SPKIAL FOR' Spend |s6.M j !CllTCEimFICATESs ..... 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Trial date: Jan. 8. - Kristina Leean Byrd, 26, of Sanford Avenue, Mocks­ ville, was charged Dec. 19 with identify theft, larceny, forgery and obtaining prop­ erty by false pretense. Trial date: Jan. 8. She was arrested Dec. 20 with failure to appear in court. Trial date: Feb. 3 in Guilford County. She was charged Dec. 22 with conspir­ acy to obtain property by false pretense and misdemeanor larceny. Trial date: Jan. 8. - Cindy Lee Easter, 37, of Lexington, was charged Dec. 29 with larceny. Trial date: F eb.5. - Yulaisy Herrera, 22, of Wall Street, Mocksville, was charged Dec. 29 with intimi­ dation and contempt of court. Trial date: Jan. 29. - Migdalia Vallejo, 41, of Wall Street, Mocksville, was charged Dec. 29 with assault. Trial date: Jan. 29. - Claude Ashley James, 36, of Walt Wilson Road, Mocks­ ville, was charged Dec. 29 with breaking and entering, and assault with a deadly weapon. Trial date: Feb. 19. - Zachary Scott Dragon, 20, of Wilkesboro Street, Mocks­ ville, was charged Dec. 30 with failure to appear in court. Trial date: Jan. 22. - Labron Ramick Mayfield, ''■26, of Diike: Street,1 CooYeetm' mee, was charged Dec. 30 with hoh-support of a child. Trial date: Jan. 20. - Sandra Marie Leonard, 51, of Armsworthy Road, Ad­ vance, was charged Dec. 24 with interfering with emer­ gency communications. Trial date: Jan. 22. - James Lavan Dunn, 50, of Farmington Road, Mocks­ ville, was charged Dec. 25 with a domestic violation protective order violation and injury to property. Trial date: Jan. 22. - Jacob Alexander Greer, * 20, of Main Church Road, Mocksville, was charged Dec. 27 with underage consump­ tion of alcohol and resisting an officer. Trial date: Feb. 19. Part-Time Office Work at Local Manufacturer. Send hand-written letter of interest to: “OFFICE W ORK” c/o P.O. Box 99 jMocksville, NC 27028 j RANDY MILLER &S0NSSEPTIC TANK SERVICE 295 MillerRoad • Mocksville (336) 284-2826 ■ We Punp Sqiticfeiiks • Stale CarttSMl Intpattor SkJd Staer Wvfcl TtsnefterMbrt! Classifieds I -877-751 -2120 DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 8,2015 - \ Salem Methodist children learn about the legend of the candy cane at their "Happy Birthday Jesus" party. County Line By Shirley Thorne County Line Correspondent County Line folks are bracing for a blast of abnor­ mally low temps as temps dip into the mid-teens. Please be sure to check on elderly folks, especially those living alone. Also be sure to use safe means Co stay warm and keep water pipes from bursting. The Baptist Men of Soci­ ety will meet at 7 a.m. Satur­ day, Jan. 10 in the fellowship hall. They invite others in the community for breakfast and prayer. The men will do some repair work at the church. The Salem AU Ages Mis­ sion (SAAM) team will spon­ sor a dinner at noon Sunday, Jan. 11 in the fellowship hall. The menu includes soup, sandwich, salad, dessert, and drink. Donations will be ac­ cepted and proceeds benefit the team's summer mission project. The United Methodist Women of Salem will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 14 in the fellowship hall. The women invite others in the community. The Women on Missions •of Society Baptist will meet at 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 15 in the fellowship hall and invite others in the community. The V-Point Ruritans in­ vite all senior adults in the community. for an afternoon of bingo at 2:30 p.m. next Thursday. Enjoy bingo, good fellowship and snacks, and prizes for everyone. AU worship services at Society Baptist will be held in the fellowship hall while repairs and renovation are made to the sanctuary. Church members regret any incon­ venience this may cause and invite you to join them for services in the fellowship hall. Upcoming community events include a country ham and sausage breakfast spon­ sored by Salem United Meth­ odist Men from 6-10 a.m. Sat­ urday, Jan. 17, at the County Line VFD; and "Everybody's Birthday" sponsored by Piney Grove AME Zion Church at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 17 at the Davie County Public Library. Our community extends its deepest,sympathy to the fam­ ily of Jewell Waller, who died after a period of declining health at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Dec. 26. She was bom in Rowan County in 1972 to Wayne and Mary El­ len Waller of Mr. Henry Road, where she had also made her home. In 1991 she had a suc­ cessful kidney transplant and enjoyed a healthy life until the past year when she again needed a kidney transplant. After graduation from Davie High in 1990, she graduated from Mitchell Community College, earned a bachelor's degree from UNC-Charlotte and a master's degree from Gardner Webb. University. She taught third and fourth ..gradersiat, Harmony Elemen-. tary School until she became disabled. Active and caring, she enjoyed doing things with her co-workers, friends, and family. A service celebrat­ ing her life was held Tues­ day afternoon of last week at Morning Star Baptist Church in Cleveland and was laid to rest in Rowan Memorial Park. A memorial service will be held at Harmony Elementary School at a later date. We send get-well wishes to Alice Absher, Jeff Ab- sher, Elizabeth "Lib" Cartner Campbell and Clara West. Al­ ice was. hospitalized for diag­ nostic tests and is recuperating at home. Jeff was to have heart by-pass surgery Wednesday of this week at Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte. Lib had knee surgery and has been recuperating at home since last Saturday. Clara fell and broke her hip, was hospital­ ized for surgery and rehab, and has been recuperating at home since Wednesday of last week. Wendell Sain remains hospitalized in Chapel Hill. Om Stroud has improved and is in rehab at Iredell Memo­ rial Hospital. Junior Stroud was transferred to Trinity-The Elms in Clemmons for rehab Monday of last week, had to return to the hospital for a few days, and returned to Trinity- Elms. Mabel Gryder remains in rehab at Autumn Care of Statesville. Chink Campbell and Nick Reaves remain in re­ hab at Brian Center of States- .. Join us in prayer for the Children enjoy playing bingo with pastor, John Erwin, (above) and Barbara Koontz (below). Lord's divine healing and upon the family of Jewell as dan and wife Carolyn: their . blessings upon Alice, Jeff, they adjust to life without her. daughter-in-law Norma died Lib; Clara, Wendell, Om, R em em berinprayerStephen unexpectedly Dec. 27. Junior, Mabel, Chink, Nick; and Janie Myers; his mother For news and memories to ; and others who are having, died Thursday of last week, share, please call Shirley on, health problems. Pray for thSS.A lS& ij^.iiSi1 foHhefiSociety 492-5no or emau sdmrtk© , Lord's blessings and strength interim pastor Carroll Jor- hotina...... Of course, every birthday party includes cake and ice cream , and Salem Methodist enjoy just that a s they celebrate the birth of Jesus. Advance _____________________ By Edith Zim m erm an Advance Correspondent Christmas has come and gone leaving many memories. The New Year lies ahead with many great expectations. The annual gathering of the Shutt familiy met on Dec. 26 at Advance United Meth­ odist Church Fellowship Hall with 35 people in attendance. These are the descendants of the late W alterand Hazel Shutt which included the Bennetts, the Collettes and the Zimmer­ man children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Our sympathy goes to Danny Poole and Janey Poole Brooks in the death of their father, Albert Poole, Jan. I at Four Corners By M arie W hite Four Comers Correspondent M r..and Mrs. Grady Beck hosted the Shelton family Christmas party on Christmas Eve. Attending were Helena Craft, Doug and Linda Hill, Blake and Ashley Hill, Teny, Sharon and Kinsley Craft, Courtney Craft, Joe and Ma­ rie W hite, Mark, Jeanna and Jessica W hite, Betde Smith, Leonard and Jean Shelton and Abby Ferugson, Jerry Potts, Bill and Patricia Shelton, Ed and Debbie Vogler, Greg and Donna Beck, Blake and Erica Bost and children. Gene Shel­ ton and Irma Jean Shelton. Joe and Marie W hite spent Christmas Day opening gifts with Mark, Jeanna and Jessica Pleasecotiiact me in: MOCKSVILLE: (336) 751-8567 RALEIGH: (919) 733-5904 State Legislafive Building 16 W. Jones Street Rm 1106 Raleigh, NC 27601-1096 Email: juliah@ndeg.net Look for us on Facebook at: RepJuIla Howard Paid for by Jvua Howard 8 the Clemmons Village Care were New Year visitors of her husband Scott Fortin and Best wishes and prayers Center. Albert had been a parents, Rommie and Cathy their son Ethan of Rockwell go to Richard Roberts who resident there for the past few Barney. They also visited were Saturday visitors of her has been a patient in the ICU years, following his wife Nell Marcia and Eddie Goshom grandmother, Edith Zimmer- at Forsyth Medical Center for Potts Poole’s death. and Tracy’s grandmother. An- man. the past week. Tracy and Bill Zeiss and nalee Myers, daughter Sophie of Raleigh Amanda Hendrix Fortin, W hite at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe White had Sunday lunch with Glen­ da Sapp. We continue to remember Clyde and Virginia Murray who have health problems. IceCream] 151 N. Main St. • Mocksville, NC OPEN YEAR ROUND 4 8 F la v o rs! W e sell Deluxe & Front Porch H and D ipped m ad e in N.C. (Birthday ParUes B Croopt Welcome!) GAME ROOM: Gfllaga. 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' Playing games after din- . • ner is the plan so don’t miss but on the fun gathering at the recreation center (Zach­ ary House) on Church Street. 336.749.1961 Judy’s W EBBsite finds Wellborn Davis at home from Baptist Hospital and he wants to thank everyone for the cards, phone calls and prayers. He is doing well. Jimmy Hampton had to go back to Baptist on Dec. 29. Please pray for him and they will keep us posted. Ronnie Jordan is still at YA Hospital in . Salisbury. He got to come home for a Christmas visit but had to go back. He is improving a little. Sonny Foster is doing well. He will be having more X-rays on his lungs in about 6 months. ‘ Lonnie Campbell says his wife Maryann is having good days and bad days. The Au season is still in town so be careful and bump fists instead of shaking hands. Judy is happy about you continuing to call her about concerns of health issues and triumphs. Judy says, “Happy New Year.” 336.284.2758 ; Consignment shopping is y/here you can find me when I have a spec of time to spare. I had my eye on a wooden mirror frame that has been painted white with light dis-. 'tressing. Goingconsignment shopping in my Fiat can be challenging when I attempt to squeeze my. found treasure inside. Often times my ragtop comes down even in the coldest temperatures. I can always turn the heat wide open, right? I told myself if I hold my mouth right, I think I can bend the passenger seat for­ ward and wedge it partly in the back seat. No, the frame isn’t that large, but yes, my car is that small. Before I attempted that task I had to pull the several coats I had been carrying for three months over to one side. The coats were my sisters and •I had a plan for them instead of taking them to Goodwill or Storehouse for Jesus. My daughters . and I thought we could carry on her legacy of caring for the less fortunate, by attaching a picture of her in the Live Strong t-shirt to her coats while including an encour­ aging note to give their heart, over to the Lord. • W hile also reminding them they may think they have nothing, but giving their heart to Jesus would be their ultimate gift to give. As I picked up the black heavy wool coat to position it to the other side of the brown leather seat, I could smell her scent. This isn’t to sound sad in any way, but to reflect on a pleasant thought instead. Maybe that’s why the coats arc still in my back seat and I ' haven’t attached the notes to them yet. I can’t say I have ever dreaded a new year to arrive before, but this year I sort of did. If I refer to my sister’s passing now, I have to say, “last year in August.” It felt like I was leaving her behind, but quickly I put my mind in the proper per­ spective. The event of her dying did happen last year in August, but, of course. my memories will always be there for me to settle into and t reminisce any time I wish. Recently my daughter , Taylor saw a homeless per­ son on the comer of a busy intersection and she decided to go get a hot meal from McDonalds and hand it to him. W hen she got back to the intersection he was gone and nowhere to be found. She checked the fries to make sure they were still good and 1 hot and began going to other intersections. After searching and searching, she couldn’t find one homeless person stand­ ing anywhere, so after about 30 minutes; she started eat­ ing the limp fries and the two small Happy Meal burgers herself. Her discouragement that day has waned and she will surely try it again. That’s what all of us could | choose to do - simply try. Trying to be a better per­ son, try reaching out to the less fortunate or try making a difference in someone’s life with a special coat or a sim­ ple small note. Try getting up only 10 minutes earlier each day so you’ll never be late again for work. Just try. W ith the really . cold weather on the way later this week, I must try getting those notes and pictures attached to those coats and hand them out. How wonderful it will be to put a smile on some- 1 one’s face by letting them know someone cares. I As for the efforts of the picture and notes, they may j well end up in the trash and never be seen or read, but I 1 least I tried. Happy New Year every­ one. Please feel free to call Photos Cf Irish Chandler in her -StaySronfl3B5- shirt are being given away, eemeenew,S g m a iU o ,,. along with warm coats, in her memory. CanaIPino By Betty Etchisoh W est Cana/Pino Correspondent A new book has been published by an author, who while not from Cana, has deep Gana roots. • James Wesley Etchison, known in Cana as Jimmy ^tchison1 is now called Jim by most people except relatives. Jimmy’s father was Walter Etchison, who was bom and raised in Cana,.lived in New York for many years, and fi­ nally retired to Cana where he lived until his death when he was 97 years old. His grand­ parents were John Wesley and Mary Nana Cain Etchi­ son, who lived at Frostland in Cana. Jim spent many summers at the Cana Etchison Farm with his Aunt Lola and Uncle Everett Etchison when grow­ ing up. Jinuny loved to come .to the farm, and he loved his aunt and uncle. The first chapter in his book, titled, “The Sky Is Not the Limit,” is simply called “The Farm.” Jimmy’s love of the farm and his determination to get to the farm is found in the first chapter. “Actually the love of the farm began years before at four or five years old. I remember being in New York with Dahl, discuss­ ing a spur-of-the-moment trip to the farm. The more y e discussed the venture, the ’quicker she packed a suitcase and of course, I was off and running, avoiding my mom and dad as I went out the back -door, with Dahl waving good­ bye. I think she even packed a lunch for the journey. I knew exactly where the railroad sta­ tion was and headed straight ' for it. I only had one more street to cross before arriving at the station and the train was already there. Naturally, I as­ sumed that was the one going to the farm. One of our neigh­ bors happened to be coming out of the supermarket and spotted me with my suitcase in hand. She almost dropped her groceries yelling, ‘Jimmy, where are you going?’ ‘To the farm I replied very directly.' I knew I was in trouble.” Jimmy did not get to Cana that time; but he did spend many summers there, work­ ing on the farm, hanging out with the Cana boys, and get­ ting into all kinds of mischief. Those years were so impor­ tant to Jimmy that he says in his books, “Uncle Everett was and still is my hero.” Jimmy discusses his school years which were somewhat a challenge because educa­ tion did not seem important to him at that time. After fin­ ishing high school he went to the University of Arkansas to study agriculture because he thought he wanted to be a farmer. That did not last long. He dropped out and joined the • Air Force. After many trials and tribulations during his ini­ tial training, Jimmy ended up in the K-9 Corp and spent his time in Vietnam patrolling the perimeter of his base with his dog. The chapters in the book concerning Jimmy’s training and his years in Vietnam are interesting. Jimmy had a real knack for getting himself into trouble, and he had a knack for getting out of the toughest scrapes. In addition to the dan­ gerous job of patrolling with his dog, he took a side job as a door gunner on helicopters with the Army. Jim survived his tour of duty in Vietnam and suffered the same kind of problems readjusting after he came home that many other military people did. Jim Etchison, who never cared much for school, took college courses through the years that were offered to military personnel. He was of­ fered a job with Pan American in Saigon after his discharge from the Air Force. He took it and went to Saigon - more adventure and more college courses. He left Vietnam with a four-year degree. W hen he left Vietnam, he wasn't ready to return to the United States. He was accepted into a.MBA program which was being offered by the University of Utah in Wiesbaden, Germany. He took the offer, had a fine time in Germany, and got his MBA. The following is an ex­ ample of the entertaining and amusing situations that Jimmy could get himself into. During his travels, Jim had met a Chinese flight at­ tendant who said that she loved to ski. After Jimmy got to Germany, he thought that he would invite the lady to come to Germany/Austria to ski since it was a prime ski area. He told her that he had a group who would be going to ski for the weekend. Jimmy really did not expect her to accept the invitation, but she did and told him to meet her at a certain time. The problem was - Jim had never skied, and there was-no group. After her arrival, the two of them started driving to the Austrian ski slopes. Jim did not have his passport and hoped they would be stopped at the bor­ der. That ruse did not work. The border, patrol let them through, and Jim finally had to “fess up.” He had no group, ,no skis, and had never skied. The result - the lady went to the highest slope and had a fine time skiing. Jim spent the time on the beginners’ slope falling, getting up and falling again. This was just one of Jim 's escapades and there are many, more entertaining ones in his book. After returning to the Unit­ ed States, Jim worked at sev­ eral jobs, but finally decided he wanted to be his own boss. He established the Academ­ ics of Flight School in New York to train people in the field of aviation. In the fore­ word of the book, a man who had taught at Academics of Flight said, “He (Jim) offered whatever a customer wanted: flight training, flight engineer training, flight attendant train­ ing, dispatch training; and if you wanted a class to start tomorrow, Jim would have no trouble committing to it with­ out having arranged for any resources. And, yet. by the next day he would have all as­ sembled, his Rolodex ensur­ ing that people would provide what he had promised. The second half of the book talks about the school and the many places Jim traveled to teach. He taught classes in Pakistan, Morocco, Nigeria, El Sal­ vador, Nicaragua, Guyana, Aruba1Trinidad1 Jamaica, An­ tigua, and Panama in addition to the hundreds of students that he and his faculty taught at his school in New York. Students from all over the world came to be trained at Academics of Flight in New York and later at his Academ­ ics of Flight School in Miami. Jim tells many fascinating stories about the school and its students and his travels to many far-flung places. Jim and his wife, Rita, who is from Brazil, still live in New York. Their only child, a daughter Karina, and her husband, who is from Co­ lombia, South America, live in Miami. According to Jim, Karina’s job in the commu­ nication industry has required THE SKY IS NOT THE LIMIT BUILDING A FLIGHT LEGACY JAMES WESIEV ETCHISON In his book, “Tne Sky is inoi Tne umit," Jam es W es­ ley Etchison fondly rem em bers his, time in Cana. her to travel throughout the world even more his work has required. Karina and her hus­ band recently returned after living and working for four years in Spain. (It seems that the Walter Etchison branch of the Etchison family has seen much of the world which is sure not true of all the Etchi- sons.) Although Jimmy wanted to live on the farm at Cana, this is not the way things turned out for him. In fact, one chap­ ter in his book is titled, “Once a New Yorker, Always a New Yorker.” Jim and Rita Etchi­ son still like to visit Cana when their busy schedules al­ low. Jim’s desire to be a farm­ er has been fulfilled, but n the way he once dreamed now owns a farm in Ce Rica. He alternately gi trees and cows, Ajfer the reach maturity, which pens much more quick! Costa Rica, Jim becom rancher. He raises cattli a few years so the soil c: rejuvenated. Jim has a dent farm manager, who local help, takes care o farm/ranch. The Sky Is Not the I which is available on Am Com, is a fascinating ai ography which people i area will enjoy because < author, James Wesley I son, has deep Cana root; DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 8,2015 - 9 + L i Becky and John (Loften) Hill celebrate their 50th anniversary with cake (left) and their children, Rachel Hill Wright, Buck Hill and Ann Hill. Sheffield-Calahaln By Brenda Bailey Sheffield-Calahaln Correspondent Hope everyone had a very Happy New Year. As I start this column for 2015,1 want to thank those (hat make it possible: Mike Bamhardt and the Davie County Enterprise Record staff for putting up with me; Pam Branham, who reports the news for Ijames Baptist; Barbara Barney who reports for Calahaln-Friend- ship Baptist; Linda Goforth, Tina Dyson, Hilda Keaton and Tina Prevette, who re­ port for Liberty Wesleyan; Melissa Gaither who'reports for Harmony Public Library and events in and around Har­ mony; JoAnn Renegar who reports on items in the Hamp- tonville area; Janice Jordan who submits articles and re­ ports for the Hunters Educa­ tion Team; Lori Cheeks, Tere­ sa Campbell, Alisa Allen and Brandi Drye, who report for ' the Sheffield-Calahaln Volun­ teer Fire Department; Allen Groce who reports for Wil­ liam R.. Davie VFD; Deanna Gaither who reports for Har­ mony events; and to so many others that submit photos and news article on a regular ba- 1 also do the write-up for the Sheffield-Calahaln Com­ munity Center and for New Union UMC. I really appre­ ciate the special articles and old photos that many of you have submitted this past year. I look forward to hearing from all of you in 2015. W ithout all of you, there would be no Sheffield-Cala- haln news. Birthday wishes go to those' celebrating this week: Christine Dyson and Lane Hill on Jan. 8; Lucas Reeves on Jan. 9; Elizabeth Moore on Ian. 10; Wayne Swisher on Ian. 11; Fred Beck and Lee Gobble on Jan. 12; and Ev­ elyn Draughn, Linda Johnson and David Lee Beck on Jan. 14. Congratulations to Lee and Amy Gobble who will celebrate their anniversary on Jan. 10. If you would like an anniversary or birthday post­ ed, please do not hesitate to call or email me. Sheffield-Calahaln VFD meetings are held each Mon­ day night at the station at 7. The New Year came in with a bang at the Hili barn on Wednesday night. More than . 30 musicians came to jam and bring In 2015. There was a lot of great music, food, and good times. Everyone thanks the Hill’s for their hospitality. Loften and Becky Hill were surprised with a 50th wedding anniversary celebra­ tion at the Sheffield-Calahaln Community Center on Sun­ day. Their anniversary was Dec. 28. Hosting were their children, Buck Hill and wife, Melissa, Ann Hill and Ra­ chel Hill Wright. Others who helped make this possible were Rhonda Trivette Moore, Kourtney Cohen Edwards, Grace Hoots and Mandy Ed­ wards. In addition to the an­ niversary cake, everyone enjoyed a huge assortment of finger foods and punch. The Hills thank everyone for coming oitf and making their golden anniversary so special. On Saturday, Jan. 31, New Union UMC will sponsor a pancake supper fundraiser for a member of the community. The event will be held at the Sheffield-Calahaln Commu­ nity Center, 174 Turkeyfoot Road, from 5-8 p.m. Dona­ tions will be accepted. Beginning in Febru­ ary, New Union will have a Kid’s Night for ages pre­ school through high school on Wednesday from 6:30-8 p.m. Watch this column for exact dates and more information. For information about the memorial garden in front of New Union UMC, contact Al Sutphin at aljiulphin® yahoo.com. Krispy Kreme cards, good for 10 free boxes of donuts (buy one - get one free), can be purchased from Al for $16. AU proceeds go to the New Building Fund. Senior Bible Study at Lib­ erty Wesleyan is held the sec­ ond Tuesday of each month at 10 a.m. Everyone is invited. The next meeting will be Jan. 13. Worship services at Com­ munity Covenant Church are held each Sunday at 10:45 a.m. and at 6 p.m. A small group Bible Study is held each Wednesday at 7 p.m. Everyone is invited. The Wednesday night prayer meetings at Ijames Baptist have started back and are held each week at 7. AU are invited as Pastor Daniel leads prayer and Bible study. The Revelation Study at Ijames is held each Sunday evening at 5:45. This is a great discussion and in-depth study. Questions are always welcome. The Youth of Ijames Bap­ tist meet each Sunday eve­ ning at 5:45 for recreation and .Bible lessons. Youth 6-12th grade are invited. The Tom Dollee Band will perform at The Komer Deli, 3387 Harmony Hwy., Satur­ day beginning at 6:30 .p.m. Upcoming events: the Fox Mountain Entertainers on Jan. 17; Joe Mahaffey and NuHi- Way on Jan. 24; and the Illus­ trious Jay Birds on Jan. 31. Melissa Gaither invites children (0-4) to Toddler Storytime each Wednesday morning from 10:30-11 at the Harmony Public Library. The children sing songs, play mu­ sical instruments, enjoy a sto­ ry, do crafts and have snacks. William R. Davie is asking for anyone to save Campbell Soup label coupons and box top coupons for the school. Drop off these coupons at the school or mail them to Wil­ liam R. Davie. 3437 US 601 N., Mocksville. The "Box Tops for Education" are found on General Mills cereals, Betty Crocker and Pillsbury products, just to name a few. Your support is greatly appre­ ciated. Prayer list requests con­ tinue for Madeline Lapish1 Jean Reavis, J.W. Keaton, Melvin Allred, Tom Cloer, Tom Bumgarner, Paul Beck. G.H. Goforth. Will Shepherd. Kermit Shoaf, Craig Churcn. Bryan Swain, Creola Ro( Bonnie Gunter. Lori Dyson. Villard Beck, Fred Roth. Beny Steelman. Bertie Stout, Dal­ ton Edwards, Sherri Dyson, James Richardson, Kenneth Talley1Johnny Naylor1Jimmy Dyson, Bill Carter, John Wal­ lace, Lester Edwards, Eloise Stephens, Jerry Ratledge, Dot Keller, and Alvin and Louise Pope. Our sincere condo­ lences to the families of BJ-. Trivette, Gene Barneycastle and Norma Jordan. As your correspondent, I need your help to make this a column of interest. If you have special memories of the Sheffield community, please contact me. I look forward to receiving your comments, in­ formation and photos. Please submit your news items each week no later than Monday at 9 am. Contact me at brjbai- ley@msii.com or at 751 -7567. Do you know this lady and gentlem an? S ee if you’re right next w eek. Riley Barnes show s off her Tundra sw an she killed on New Year's Day with the help of grand- B eck y an d L o ften H illw elco m eg u eststo th eirb arn ' dad, David Allen. and New Year’s Eve jam session. A crowd of m usicians - and listeners - fill the Hill Barn to bring in the New Year bluegrass style. IO -DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE REC O R D , T hursday, Jan. 8,2015 InTheChurches..: Q M t U d r i e S Four Churches Plan Breakfasts M ocks M ethodist Church in Advance will hold a coun­ try ham and tenderloin break­ fast from 6:30-10 a.m. Satmv day, Jan. 10. The menu, eat in or take out, will also include eggs, grits, sausage gravy, biscuits, and beverages for $7. Ih e breakfast is sponsored by the Mocks United Method-' ist Men. Proceeds benefit their- ministries and projects. Farm ington United M ethodist Church, 1939 Farmington Road, Mocks­ ville, will host a community breakfast from 7-10 ajn. Sat­ urday, Ja n .10. The menu will include pork tenderloin, sausage and sausage gravy, eggs, grits, stewed apples, biscuits, breakfast casserole, coffee and orange juke. Donations will be accepted for church activities. C enter United M ethodist Church, US 64 West, Mocks­ ville, at 1-40, will hold a breakfast from 6-10 a jn . Sat­ urday, Jan. 10. The menu will include countiy ham, sausage, gravy, eggs, grits, biscuits and more. Proceeds go to local mission M ocksville F irst Pres­ byterian, South Main Street downtown, will hold a break­ fast from 7-10 a m . Saturday, Jan. 10 with proceeds benefit- ting Davie Domestic Violence Services. The menu will include scrambled eggs, bacon, sau­ sage, countiy ham, grits, cooked apples, milk gravy, biscuits and beverages. O ak G rove United M eth­ odist, 1994 US 158, Mocks­ viile, will hold a community breakfast fundraiser form 7-10 a m . Saturday, Jan. 10. Donations will be accepted for a breakfast o f eggs, bis­ cuits, gravy, sausage, countiy ham, grits, apples and bever- Refuge Celebrating IOthAnnIversary Refuge Community Church will celebrate its 10th anniversary on Thursday and Friday, Jan. 8 and 9 at 7 night­ ly- Anthony Lee Edwards, se­ nior pastor at Beulah Baptist Church of Savannah, G a., will be the guest speaker, with spe­ cial praise and worship night­ ly-The Rev. Rodney Barker is founder and senior pastor at Refuge. eMancini Magic’ Saturday Night At The Brock *. O n Saturday, Jan. 10 at 7:30 p m ., the show "That Mancini Magic!" will take place in Brock Performing Arts Center. "That M ancini Magic!" showcases the talents of Mac Framjpton and The M oon Riv­ er Orchestra, featuring Cecil Welch. The show consists of Hemy M ancini compositions such as “M oon River,” "Ro­ meo & Juliet," "James Bond Suite," "The R nk Panther" and more. .Henry Mancini wrote ail of the pieces being per­ formed. A pianist. Frampton grad­ uated from Erskine College before earning his master's and doctorate degrees in pi­ ano performance from the Cincinnati Conservatory. Frampton w as recognized with a medal at the world-fa­ mous Van Clibum Interna­ tional R ano Competition. For close to 40 years, Frampton performed in the United States, Canada and Europe. Known as the Amer­ ican R ano M an, Frampton began playing the piano at age 3. H e made his profes­ sional debut at 8 and even­ tually received the doctor of musical arts from the Cincin­ nati Conservatory of Music. Ram pton was a medal-win­ ning semifinalist at the Van Clibum International Piano Competition. His style combines classi­ cal roots with jazz and rock. Frampfon has performed more than 3,000 concerts in the U.S., Canada, South Am erica, Europe, and the M ideast. Past performance partners include Bill Cosby, Victor Borge, and-R oberta Peters o f the ' Metropolitan Opera. ' Frampton has recorded 22 albums and a motion picture soundtrack. Describing his performances, the Atlanta Joumal-Constitution wrote, "Think o f Horowitz mixed with Liberace and an ounce o f Victor Borge, and you've got the picture.". Another highlight of the show will be Cecil Welch playing the trumpet. W hen the list is compiled o f the great pop and jazz trumpet virtuosos o f this generation, he m ust be included. This veteran of the conceit stage has created a unique style of performance and an ambi­ ence with his audiences. - As a. member o f the At­ lanta Symphony Orchestra during the tenure o f Maestro Robert Shaw, Henry Manci- ni, the academy award win­ ning film composer, heard him perform and offered him a position as his principal trumpeter and soloist. This allowed him to perform with most o f the major sympho­ nies all across Am erica,Can­ ada and abroad, including the London Symphony, Los An­ geles Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony and the Tbkyo Philharmonic. During his 18 years with Mancini, he form ed his own music production company, Cecil Welch Entertainment, which evolved into Cecil Welch Productions. In addi­ tion to music production, the company provides orches­ tral personnel for American performers including Harry Connick Jr., Natalie Cole, Johnny M athis, Olivia New- ton-Jchn, Josh Groban and B any Manilow. Tickets can be purchased at the box office from noon- 5 p jn . and one hour before the performance. Tickets can also be purchased by calling the box office prior to the show date 751-3000. Rosa Lee Hawkins M s. Rosa Lee Lcrng Haw­ kins of Yadkin County died on Dec. 30,2014 at her resi­ dence. She was bom on July 31, 1927 to the late Minnie and Brady Youn^ Sr. She worked for Hoots-Hospita! and raised, eight children. She retired from Hoots after 23 years. She was a dedicated and de­ voted member o f Tabernacle United Church* of Christ in Yadkinville where she was the Church Mother. She faithfully attended Sunday school and served in organizations in the church including the Gospel choir. She was a sweet, loving and kind-hearted woman. Survivors: 2 daughters, Cynthia Cowan and H na Long of Yadkinville; 3 sons, Lairy (Vanessa) Long of Yad­ kinville, Dennis (Vera) Long and Danny (Sheila) Long, all o f Troutman; 3 stepdaugh­ ters, Jurel Gwyn and Shirlene (Fred) Transou of Lewis­ ville and Ester (Rev Issac) Peay o f Winston-Salem; a sister, Connie Campbell of Advance;- 12 -grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; and a-host o f other relatives and friends. Her funeral service was held Friday, Jan. 2 at 3 p jn . at Tabernacle United Church of Christ in Yadkin County. The Rev. Marvin Harper, pastor, officiated and burial followed in the church cemeteiy. The family received friends at the church one hour before the service. Online condolences: www. GrahamFttneralHome Jiei. York Takes TCK Course On Friday, Dec. 19, the Triad Community Kitchen (TCK) culinary training pro­ gram held a graduation cer­ emony for the 23rd class to complete the course. Each TCK culinary pro­ gram session meets for 13 weeks and includes certifica­ tion in* ServSafe sanitation, basic culinaiy and baking skills, knife skills, mass food and catering production and a one-week internship with a local food service organiza­ tion or restaurant. TCK graduates include Austin Yoric of Davie County, who received certificates and a set of chef’s knives to begin their culinary careers. Triad Community Kitchen is a program of Second Har­ vest Food Bank of Northwest NC. H ie only program o f its kind in the region, TCK’s in­ tensive culinary and life skills training program is one of 26 programs in the nation that is certified as a model pro­ gram by Catalyst Kitchens.. The program operates under the direction of Chef Jeff Ba­ con, an ACF Certified Execu­ tive Chef and member of the American Academy of Chefs. Kathleen Potts Fender M is. Kathleen Potts Fend­ er, 90, wife of John Fender for 68 years, died Jan. 4,2015 at Regency Care of Clemmons. ‘ She was bom Sept. 14, 1924 in Davie County to the late Luther Lee Potts and Sal­ ly G ine Potts. Mrs. Fender was a member of Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church and was involved in the Women’s Circle and the Children's De­ partment. She graduated from Shady Grove High School in Advance. She was a- former employee of P.H. Hanes Knit­ ting Co. and was a basketball player in the City League for Hanes. She was preceded in death by her brothers, Isam Potts and Luther Potts, and her sis­ ters, Elizabeth Potts and Rosa Potts Smith. Survivors: her. husband, John Fender; 3 daughters, Patricia Doyle, Priscilla Watson and Pamela Stock- 'ert (James); 5 grandchildren, Melissa Boswell (William), Peggy Nuckolls (Chris), Christy Hammond (Corey), Jason Stockeit (Brandy), and Rebecca Dickenson (Calvin); 10 great-grandchildren; sister, Mildred Tise; and 2 brothers, Julius Pons and Wesley Potts (Eloise). A funeral service was held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 6 at Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church with the Rev. Chuck Halipilias and Jim Allred offi­ ciating. Burial followed in the church cemetery. The family received friends following the graveside service. Memorials: Mt. Carmiel UMC, 4265 Ebeit Rd., Win­ ston-Salem, 27127. Online condolences: www. hoyworth-milierxom. Gary David Hamilton Gary David “Hambone” Hamilton; 57, of Dianna Lane, Mocksville, died Wednes­ day, Dec. 31,2014 at Forsyth Medical Center. He was a native of Gallag- er. W.Va., bom Jan. 7, 1957, the son of the late Russell G. and Anna Bell Clark Ham il-. ton. He worked as a miner in the coal industry prior to be­ coming disabled. Heattended Bixby Church of the Living God. Survivors: his wife, Ange­ la Canter Hamilton, whom he married May 23,2001; 2 sons, Johnathan Glenie Hamilton and fiancee' Jacqueline Sand- line, and Dustin Ryan Moon, all o f Mocksville; 2 sisters, Diane Jones of Louisiana and Jean Johnson of West Virgin­ ia; and 5 grandchildren: Koby, A lexis, Jousba1Jala and Jules. He was also preceded in death by his first wife, the mother of his children, Fran­ ces Thomas Hamilton. No services are planned. Memorials: n memory of “Hambone” to Davie Funer­ al Service, 416 Valley Road, Mocksville to help offset final expenses. Online condolence: www. daviefimerahervicexom. Andrew Blair Barber Andrew Blair Barber died on Friday, Dec. 19,2014 in a kayaking accident near Sani- bel Island, Ra. He was bom Nov. 5,1982 in Mocksville to Kathleen and Blair Barber. After An­ drew and Kathleen moved to Pinehurst in 1995, he attended The O’Neal School and then The Blue Ridge School in Charlottesville, Va. for high school. W hile at Blue Ridge, he played football, was an all-conference wrestler and was an outstanding lacrosse player. Upon graduating, he attended Wingate University where he also played lacrosse. After moving to Ft. Myers, he graduated from Hodges University with a bachelor’s degree in business adminis­ tration, and was employed by Executive Leadeiship Solu­ tions. He enjoyed an active lifestyle. He was a boater, and played and coached club la­ crosse. The legacy he leaves behind is one o f love and friendship, and he made the world a better place. He was preceded in death by his grandfather. Brad Bull­ ock Sr. Survivors: his mother, Kathleen B . Seige and her fiancd Dr. David Preiss o f R . Myers, R a.; grandmother, Pat Groseth and her husband, Clark Groseth1 of Pinehurst; ' uncles and aunts, Bradley and Danna Bullock of Pinehurst, Thad and Minnie Bullock of Camden, S.C., and Bmce and Amanda Bullock of Pinehurst, and six first cousins. A memorial service to celebrate his life will be held Saturday, Jan. 10 at 2 p jn in Brownson Memorial Church, 330 S. May St., Southern Rnes. Thom as W. Bateman Mr. Thomas William Bateman, 87, of Beimuda Run, died at Kate B. Reyn­ olds Hospice Home in Win­ ston-Salem on Dec. 30,2014. He was bom in Hunting­ ton, W.Va. on Oct. 20, 1927 to Mary Deegans and Thom­ as Paul Bateman. He earned a bachelor’s degree at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. His career was in sales man­ agement in the chemical busi­ ness, and he served in World W ar II as an Army paratroop­ er. He had a lifetime commit­ ment to helping otheis, having served on community boards, transporting patients to their .medical appointments, and acting as a volunteer at the Shepherd’s Center in Win­ ston-Salem. He had spirit, a contagious enthusiasm, and grand sense o f humor. Survivors: his wife, Jeanine Sterling Bateman; sons, Thomas (Mary Jo) of Charlottesville, Va., and Scott (Sherry) o f Richmond, Va.; a daughter, Kimberly (Dale) Wachtel of Charlotte; 9 grandchildren, Lauren, T J. and James Bateman, Lindsay, Amanda and Eric Bateman, and Chloe, Robeit and Casey Wachtel. A son, Mark, preceded him in death. A memorial service will be . held at 11 a jn. Friday, Jan. 9 at Clemmons United Method­ ist G iurch. Memorials: AIzheimeijS Association Research. Online condolences: wmv. hayworth-miilerxom. Tell us what you think . with a letter to the editor davie3@centurylinkjiet Joanne G. O’Donnell M rs. Joanne Gilmore O'Donnell, 84, of Bermu­ da Run, died Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015. She was bom M arch-21, 1930 in New York, N.Y. to Francis Edward and Anne Horrigan Gilmore. Mrs. O ’Donnell was a member of Holy Family Catholic Church. She is preceded in death by her parents and a sister, Bar­ bara McGann. Survivors: her husband of 63 years, Tbm O ’Donnell Jr.; a son, Tom O’Donnell IU (Mary) o f Apex; 3 daughters, Nancy McKay (Jim) and Ju- Iianne Hanes, all of Advance and Kathy Mishue (Steve) of Salisbuiy; 7 grandchildren, Sara (Jason), Brenden, Jake, Meridith, K eny, Keith and Nicolas; 2 great-grandchil­ dren, Harper and Sawyer; 2 sisters, Julie Reilly and Mau­ reen Parise; and a brother, Pe­ ter Gilmore. A funeral mass will be conducted at 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 9 at Holy Family Catho­ lic Church by Father Michael .Buttner. Inurnment wiU fol­ low in the church columbar­ ium. The family will receive friends following the service. Memorials: Hospice/Pal­ liative Care Center of Davie, 377 Hospital St., Suite 103, Mocksviile. Online condolences: w w . hayworth-miilerxom. Charles Kenneth Dilks Charles KennethDilks, 43, of LibertyR oad1 Mocksville,' died at his home Wednesday, . Dec. 31,2014. He was bom Oct. 9,1971, in Pennsville, N J., and was •. the only child of the late Rosemary Dilks. He was a ; graduate of Pennsville (NJ) High School, but had lived in . North Carolina for. a number . of years. He had worked as a fork lift operator in the textile industiy, but was employed .. with VF Jeanswear in Mocks­ ville. His friends described , him as “a great guy with a wonderful personality, who will be missed.” Survivors: his fiancee’, • Peggy Sue Pdspichel .of . Mocksville; and an aunt, Sherry Snell of Rorida. A celebration of life ser- vice will be conducted at 7:30 • p jn . Thursday, Jan. 8 at Davie Funeral Service Chapel. Visi- - ration will be one hour prior to B the service. Memorials: to help offset - final expenses, Davie Funer- "** al Service, 416 Valley Road, • Mocksville. Online condolences: Hwtv. daviefimerahervicexom. DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD 1Thursday, Ja n . 8,2015-11 OMtuaries Catherine Boger Seamon Mrs. Catherine Boger Sea- mon, 84, of Mocksville died Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2014 at the Kate B. Reynolds Hospice home. She was bom Oct. 4,1930 in Davie County to Noah Al­ bert and Nellie Dull Boger. Mrs. Seamon was a lifelong member o f North Main Street Church of Christ and wgs re­ tired from Western Electric/ AT&T. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband of 51 years, Anthony W ayne' Seamon; and 3 brothers and 2 :isters-in-Iaws, Albert D. Bo- ;er (Pat), Lester Boger (Hele­ na) and James C. Boger. Surviving: a son, Rick Sea- mon (Tatyana); a brother, Jack Joger (Ann); 2 grandchildren, Dienya (Elizabeth) and Anya; great-grandchildren; and everal nieces and nephews. A funeral service was held it 2 p jn. Saturday, Jan. 3 at -Iayworth-MilIer Kinderton Diapel with G aude Pharr ifficiating. The family re­ vived friends one hour prior o the service. A private fam- Iy graveside service followed it Jericho Church of Christ Jemetety in Mocksville. Memorials: Hospice/Pal- iative CareCenter1 101 Hos- iice Lane, Winston-Salem, 17103. Online condolences: m tw . iayworth-miller.com. iirton Lester Trivette Burton ' Lester “BL” •ivette, 79, died Monday, :c. 29,2014. He was bom Feb. 20,1935 Davie County to the late lurton F. and Mazie CranfiU “rivette. Mr. Trivette was a !mber of Northwood Bap- -tist Church, served in the US Navy on the USS Joseph P Kennedy DD850, and retired from Hanes Dye and Finish­ ing after 37 years. He was also preceded in death by a sister, Mary Sue tts. Surviving: his wife of 19 years, Louise Southard -ivette; 2 sons Chris (Can- ly) Trivette, Keith Trivette; irendchildren ' Kristen, Ja­ in, Michael, Janie, Brandon rivette; 3 sisters Faye (Mick- sy) Boger, Colene Mayberry, Ionnie (Jimmy) Joyner; 2 irothers Willis (Judy) Trivette ind Wayne (Sadie) Trivette; umerous nieces and neph- -s. The family received friends rom 12:30-2Thursday,Jan. I t Northwood Baptist Church. Iis funeral was conducted at p.m. at the church by Drs. Allen Barker and Hubert Wis- on. Burial followed in the hurch cemeteiy. Online condolences: hww. entryfuneralservicexom. Albert Mitchell Poole Mr. Albert Mitchell Poole, 83, of Thylor Road, Advance, died Thursday, Jan. 1,2015,at Clemmons Village. He was bom Feb. 20,1931 in Davie County to the (ate Clifton Casper and Ola Mae Foster Poole. Mr. Poole was a member of Advance Unit­ ed Methodist Church where he had served on the board o f trustees, parsonage com­ mittee and pastor-parish rela­ tions. He was a 1949 graduate from Reeds High School in Lexington. Mr. Poole retired from Western Electric/AT&T in 1989 after 375 years. He was also preceded in death by his wife of 50 years, Nell Potts Poole; and 2 sis­ ters, Margaret Poole Mize and Katherine Poole H anes.' Survivors: a daughter, Janey Poole Brooks o f Ad­ vance; a son, Danny Poole (Gloria) of Ringgold, Va.; and 3 grandchildren, Linette, Na­ talie and Angela. . A funeral service was con­ ducted at 11 ajn ., Saturday, Jan. 3 at Advance United Methodist Church with the Rev. Patrick Snow officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery. The family received friends at the church one hour prior to the service. Memorials: Advance UMC, PO Box 2021, Advance; or charity o f donor’s choice. Online condolences: wivh’. eatonfimeralservicexom. D onaIdLeeHill Mr. Donald Lee H ill,79,of Redland Roadl A dvance,died Wednesday, Dec. 31,2014. at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem. He was bom Aug. 27,1935 in Forsyth County to the late Samuel Jackson and Thelma Lee Lash Hill. Mr. Hill was a NASCAR fan. He was a kind and gentle man who loved to joke with otheis. Survivors: his wife, Carrie Lee Broyhill Hill of the home; 3 children, Janet Lee Allgood o f Statesville, Donald Jack­ son Hill o f South Carolina and Jeanne Hutchens (Scott) o f Advance; 5 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; and a sister, W illie Faye Miller (Glenn) o f Advance. A funeral service was con­ ducted at 3 pjn., Saturday, Jan. 3 at Eaton Funeral Chap­ el with the Rev. Tim Wolfe officiating. Burial followed in Mt. Olive United Method­ ist Church Cemeteiy in Yad­ kinville. The family received friends at the funeral home one hour prior to the service. Memorials: NCSD Mor- g&nton Foundation Retire­ ment Center/School, PO Box 1397, Morganton, 28680. Online condolences: www. eatonfuneralservice.com. rth! ■'em Eloise Nickels Fem Eloise Buchannan Nickels, 79, of Greenville, died Fri- ay, Jan. 2,2015 in Mocksville. The funeral service was conducted Tuesday, Jan. 6 at 3 pjn. t the Church of Christ, Winterville. Burial followed in Pine- rood Memorial Park. The family received friends Monday at lie Church'of Christ, Winterville. She was a native of Anna Maria, R a, a devoted wife and ielpmate to her husband, Mervin Nickels, for 55 years, serv- ig with him in the Church of Christ ministry since 1960. She. /as mother of 4 children, grandmother o f 12 children, and 8 [reat-grandchildren. She was known by her love for God, her ove for them, and a beautiful smile. She was preceded in death by her husband; her parents, Les- ie and Eula Buchannan; a brother, Sherod Buchannan; and a ister, Leatha B. Ttimer. Survivors: her children. Penny N. Austin o f Greenville, ilerte N. Spencer and husband Charles o f Swan Quarter, riervin E. Nickels II and wife Marlene o f Alamagoida, N.M. ind Belinda N. Nuckols and husband Eddie of Mocksville; 2 grandchildren, Ronnie Gairett and wife CoraAnn of Green- dlle, Charles Spencer II of Fayetteville, Cody Spencerof Swan Quarter, Kimberly Nickels, C J. Nickels, Debbie Nickels, all of Vlamagorda, Candice Smith, Jessica Midgette and husband, antes, and Jenny Smith, all o f Mocksville; 8 great-grand- :hi!dren, Austin Gairett, Hunter and Haley Jackson, Samuel Jarrett, all of Greenville, Sean Nickels of Alamagorda, Gab- >y Mendoza, and Joy Smith, both of Mocksville; and extend- d family, Patricia Rivera, of Charlotte, and Martha Nickels -angley and husband, Mike of Bernice, La. Online condolences: www.witkersonfimeralhomexom. Frances Smith Nifong Mrs. Frances Riddle Smith N ifong,78,ofU S 158; Mocksville, died Tuesday, Dec. 30,2014 at Forsyth Med­ ical Center in Winston-Salem. She was bom Aug. 3,1936 in Davie County to the late Robert-Hall and Sally Virgin­ ia Bowles Riddle. She was a member o f Yadkin Valley Baptist Church in Advance. She was also preceded in death by her first husband, William Ray Smith; her sec­ ond husband, Marvin Alex­ ander Nifong; and a brother, Robert Gerald Riddle. Survivors: 3 children, Steve Smith (Joyce) of Mocksville,' Linda Leon­ ard and Sharon Cox, both of Statesville; 3 siblings, Nan­ cy Mason, Patsy Staley and Ronnie Riddle, all of Mocks­ ville; 6 grandchildren, Kev­ in Leonaid (Julie), Michelle Richardson (Adam), Jennifer Boger (Kevin), Courtney, Taylor and Lynne Cox; and 6 great-grandchildren. A funeral service was con­ ducted at 2 p jn ., Friday, Jan. 2 at Eaton Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Will Pryor officiat­ ing. Burial followed in Yadkin Valley Baptist Church Cem­ eteiy. The family received friends Thursday, Jan. I at the funeral home. Online condolences: www. eaionfimerahervice.com. ‘Gene* Barneycastle Ervin Eugene “Gene” Bar- neycastle, 68, of Main Church Rood, Mocksville died Wednesday, Dec. 31. 2014, at Foreyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem. He was bom June 9,1946, in Davie County to the late W illiam Harvey and Mamie Louise Stewart Bameycastle. He was a building contractor in Davie County, a member of Farmington Masonic Lodge AF&AM 265 and The Home­ builders Association. He was also preceded in. death by: 2 brothers, Sanford “Barney” Bameycastle and Printis “Doody” Bameycas­ tle; and a grandson, Kyle Bar- neycastle. Survivor his wife, Pam Bameycastle o f Mocksville; 3 children, Jeff Bameycastle (Karla), Dale Bameycastle and Miranda Bameycastle (Scott Hill), all of Mocksville; 6 grandchildren, Ryan1 Jake, M aggie; McKenzie, Easton and Macey Bameycastle; a great-grandchild on the way; 3 stepgrandchildren, Ashley, Bradley “Bub” and Troy Hill; 2 sisters, Christeen Ireland and Louvella Kiger, both of Mocksville; a brother, Spen­ cer Bameycastle (Faye), of Georgia; and special friend, Sandra ’Toby” Long of Hamptonville. A funeral service was con­ ducted at 2 p jn ., Sunday, Jan. 4 at Chesmut Grove United Methodist G iurch with the Revs. Neal Jones and Wayne Swisber officiating. Burial followed in the church cem­ etery. The family received friends Saturday, Jan. 3 at Ea­ ton Funeral Home. Memorials: Chesmut Grove UMC Cemetery Fund, 3240 US 601 N , Mocksville,; or Hope Homes of Davie, 123 S. Main St., Mocksville. Online condolences: www. eatonfimeralservicexom. o n L. A b sh er Mr. Alton L. Absher186, of W inston Salem, .formerly of Wilkes County, died Tuesday, Dec. 30,2014 at his home. He was bom in Kannapo­ lis to Robert Spencer Absher and Effie Buigess Absher on Jan. 7, 1928. He was a mem­ ber of Elm Grove Methodist Church in Pfafftown. Mr. Ab- sher retired as director o f fleet services from TVson Foods/ Holly Farms, was past master of North Wilkesboro Lodge 407 AF&AM; served as chair o f the automotive technology department of W CC for sever­ al years; a life member of the military officers association of America; a life member of the N.C. National Guard As­ sociation; a member of the USS Miami (CL-89) Associa­ tion; member of the American Legion Post 522, Lewisville; he served 40 years in the US military beginning with tor- vice in the U.S. Navy during W orld War II, retiring as chief warrant officer four; U.S. Army 1988 alter 38 years in the National Guard and Army Reserve. He was preceded in death by his parents; his former wife, Madge Lovette Absber. Surviving: his wife, Mary - Elizabeth (Betty) Absher of the home; daughter, Lynne and husband Steve Moree of Wilkesboro; 2 sons, Alton L. (Butch) Absher Jr. and wife Bonita of Winston Salem, Mi­ chael Absher and wife Denise o f Mocksville; 7 grandsons; 7 great-grandchildren. His funeral service was held at I p jn . Friday, Jan. 2 at Miller Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Jeff Hamrick officiat­ ing. Burial with militaiy hon­ ors followed in Mountlawn Memorial Park. Pallbearers were his grandsons, Alton L. Absher HI. Mark S. Absher, Michael N. Absher, Patrick Moree, Brandon Moree, Drew Absher and Davis Absher. The family received friends at Miller Funeral Service on Fri­ day prior to the service. Memorials: American Lung Assoc., Stem Cell Re­ search Center, PO Box 27985, Raleigh, 27611. Online condolences: wmv. miilerfimerahervicexom. Robert Lee Williams Robert Lee Williams, 69, of Yadkinville, died Saturday Jan.3,2015. He was bom Jan. 24,1945 in Davie County to the late Dewey and Gladys Williams. He was also preceded in death by: a sister, Margie Al­ len; and 2 brothers, Tom Wil­ liams and Marvin Williams. Surviving: his wife, Bar­ bara Steelman Williams; step-children, David (Cassie) Sizemore, Cathy (Jamie) Wil­ liams, Marianne Sizemore; 5 grandchildren; 4 great-grand­ children; 4 sisters, Doris U se, Peggy Potts, Alice Cryder, Ann Williams; a brother, Jim­ my (Linda) Williams. The family received friends from -1-2 p jn . Tuesday Jan. 6 at Gentry Family Funeral Ser­ vice in Yadkinville. A grave­ side service was conducted at 2:30 at Sandy Springs Baptist Church Cemetery by the Rev. David Kiser. Online condolences: vmiw. gentryfuneralservicexom. Gladvs Phelps Gullet Gladys Phelps Gullet, 90. of Morganton died on Tues­ day, Dec. 30,2014. Bom June 4,1924 in Davie County, she was the daugh­ ter of the late Uriah Phelps and Irene Jewell Sheek. She adored children, loved work­ ing in her flower garden and enjoyed baking for others. She was an active member of Denton's Chapel United Methodist Church. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Lomas Franklin Gullet. Survivors: her children, Wayne Gullet and wife Sandy o f Morganton, Karetha An­ derson and husband Ronnie of Bostic, Wanda Jane Parks and husband John of Morganton, Kaye Leiserand husband John o f Winston-Salem; grandchil­ dren, Jennifer Swink and hus­ band Alark of Shelby, Charles Leiser of Winston-Salem, Christopher Parks and wife Alana of Gastonia, Seth Gul­ let and Sarah Parks, both of Morganton; and great-grand­ children, Cody and Gabrielie Swink, both of Shelby. The funeral was held at 2 p jn ., Friday. Jan. 2 at Den­ ton's Chapel United Method­ ist Church with the Rev. Brad Thompson, R oyd Thomas, and her grandson, Christopher Parks officiating. Burial fol­ lowed in the church cemetery. The family received friends Thursday at Sossoman Fu­ neral Home and Crematory Center. Memorials: Burke Hos­ pice/Palliative Care, 1721 Enon Rd., Valdese, 28690. Online condolences: mvw. sossomanfiineralservicexom. Nonna Holloway Jordan Norma Holloway Jordan, 57, of Statesville, died unex­ pectedly at her home on Sat­ urday. Dec. 27,2014. A native of Hampton, Va., she was bom Feb. 18, 1957, the daughter o f the late Rob­ ert F. and Oren Watkins Hol­ loway. She was a graduate of Statesville High School. She attended Peace College in Ra­ leigh and earned a bachelor's degree from Lenoir-Rhyne University. She was a pianist and enjoyed writing and lit­ erature. She was a member of Broad Street United Method­ ist Church in Statesville. Survivors: her husband o f 25 yean, Mike Jordan; 2 sons, Michael Robert Jordan and Richard Dean Joidan; a brother, Barry W. Holloway and wife Cynthia of Raleigh; a nephew, Jonathan Holloway and wife Jennifer o f Wake Forest; a niece, JenniferRoyle and husband Greg1Of Raleigh; father and mother-in-law, Carroll and Carolyn Joidan o f Statesville; brother-in-law, Glenn Jordan o f Greensboro; and sister-in-law, Stephanie Jordan of Napa, Calif.. A celebration o f life ser­ vice was conducted at 3 pjn. Friday, Jan. 2 at Calahaln Friendship Baptist Church, Mocksville with the Rev. Car­ roll Jordan officiating. The family received friends one hour prior to the service. Memorials: Lenoir-Rhyne Music Dept., 625 7th Ave., N E, Hickory, 28601. Online condolences: Wtvw1 daviefimerahervice.com. Ethel Lou Myers Mrs. Ethel Lou McCIam- . rock Myers, 85, formerly of . Main G iurch Road, Mocks­ ville, died Thursday, Jan. . I, 2015, at Kate B. Reyn- T olds Hospice Home in UTn- . ston-Salem. She was bom Feb. 8,1929, in Durham County to the late Ogden Gray and Rossie Vir­ ginia Landreth McClamrock. Mrs. Myers was of the Baptist faith, a member of the VFW . Auxtiiary and active at the .. Davie County Senior Cen- . ter. She had worked for San­ ford Motor Co., Reavis Ford, Cleary Auto Sales and Wine- barger Ford. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Hayden Cunnelis Myeis; 2 sisters, Polly Vaughn and Mary Nell Conrad; and a brother, Ray- - mond McClamrock. Survivors: 3 children, Richard Bany Myers (Lyn- - da), Stephen Myeis (Janie) ' and Susan Cohen, all o f.- Mocksville; 5 grandchildren, Amy Myers Kapp, Brian Myers (Kelly), Stephanie - Vest (Chris). Amanda Quinn ' (Justin) and Seth Cohen; 8 great-grandchildren; 2 broth­ ers, Grady M cGamrock . (Lucy) and Ron McClamrock, '* all of Mocksville; and several nieces and nephews. A funeral service was con­ ducted at 4 p jn ., Sunday, Jan. 4 at Eaton Funeral Ctyapel with the Rev. Shelby Harbour ' officiating. Burial - followed in Fellowship Baptist Church Cemetery in Advance. The " family received friends at the funeral home one hour prior to the service. Memorials: Kate B. Reyn­ olds Hospice Home, 101 Hos- 1 - pice Lane, Winston-Salem, * 27103. Online condolences: www. ■ eatonfimerahervicexom. Phyllis H arris Bowers Phyllis Hairis Bowers of Salisbuiy died on Dec. 29, 2014afrera27-dayillness. - ’ She was bom on June 24, 1949 in Monks Comer, S.C. to Marion Frank Harris and Olga Lee Smith Hairis. She was a member of Calvaiy Baptist Church in Salisbury. She was a registered nurse ' having worked for 43 years in ' intensive care. She was a 1967 graduate of Davie County High School, and graduated - from Rowan-Cabamis Nurs- > ing School where she earned ■ her RN degree. She was artis­ tic and quilted, painted, cro- • cheted and knitted. She was a ■ strong person. Survivors: 3 sons, Kyle Bowers (Michelle) o f Lex- .- ington, Seth Bowers (Jeiini- ■ fer) o f Winston-Salem, and ■ R hyneB ow ers (Colleen) of t Broadway; 2 sisters, Judy • Sides (Ronnie) of Salisbury and Mavis Baity (Kenneth) of ... Mocksville; 5 grandchildren; and a number of iiieces and nephews. _ MILLER N S S l EQUIPMENT RENTAL WINTER IS HEBE! B o b c a t, a e ra to r , c o re p lu g g e r & m o r e to r r e n t to d a y ! 12 ■ DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE REC O R D , T hursday, Ja n . 8 ,201S \m Taylor B elton, E m ory Q raw fo rd ^n d Kaitlin M ischler have fun; ~R aney P h e lp s en joys th e day ft w i $ for its W interF est celebration on S aturday i DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, T hursday, Jan. 8,2015 - B I _________ B2'- bA V IE CO UNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, T hursday, Jan. 8,2015 Qorrell ... Continued From Page BI becom e the coach at W est Forsyth. ; TAgainst the reeling Mus* -iangs, Davie claimed 13 of 14 weight classes and moved to 2-0 in the CPC. ! Hunter Smith, Daniel Wil- son,Bailey Ingram, Kyle Mc- Ciineand Jesse Carter recorded pirns'!'Isaiah Whitley, Crayton W ise, Isaiah Olmedo and Cor­ rell were decision winners. Thking forfeits were I -«Va Bill­ ings, Thad Vandiver, Preston Beauchamp and Bailey Sloan. C oneirs home is 222. Ro­ driguez is w orking him self down to 222, but he’s been at heavyweight all year because he bulked up to 250 while playing linebacker in football. Correll bumped up to create a ballyhooed matchup. In the orange comer, you had Correll ranked fifth in the state with a 27-2 record. In the red comer, you had Rodriguez, who won 60-plus matches last year on the way to a national ranking. He checked in with a 12-1 re­ cord, the only loss by one point to the top-ranked heavyweight in 3-A. The showdown lived up to the billing. Rodriguez got a first-period takedown for a 2-0 lead. Correll fought back to tie things at 2. He emerged with his second straight win over Rodriguez, including a 7-2 trium ph in the regional MILLER FaSTPITCH RBAREMY "Softball Fastpitch Instruction |ji CeU (336) 909-0694 v * I millerfastpitchacademy@gmail.com 'I Fasipitch Pitching lesso n s for AU Ages brthwood AMRTMBIITB (338) 751-4141 NEWLY RENOVATED ■Studio, I and 2 Bedrooms • Pool/Coffee Bar | • DVD Library GREAT SPECIALS! www.northwoodapts-nc.com sem ifinals last year. Before that, Correll was 0-3 in head- to-head matchups. "We didn’t have to wrestle him,” coach Buddy Lowery said. “We didn’t dodge him. We wanted to find out what (Correll) could do and what we need to get better at.” Rodriguez was hurt by pen- , alty points. He was called for stalling, and tw ice he was called for locking hands. In Davie assistant coach Jason Hooker's mind, the penalties did not diminish CorreU's feat. “They can say what if, what if,” Hooker said. “But Parker could have gotten a switch if (Rodriguez) w asn’t locking hands. Parker could have got­ ten the two points anyway.” Hooker kept the much-talk- ed-about win in perspective. Another sequel looms on the horizon, perhaps several se­ quels. "Parker better get in (top) shape because I guarantee you that guy is going to be coming after him next time - just from the reaction from the crowd and the way it all went down afterw ards,” H ooker said. “T hey’re going to w restle possibly three m ore tim es, maybe four.” The next day, the War Ea­ gles overwhelmed five oppo­ nents at South Stokes. They outscored Reagan (72-9), W est Iredell (63-9), McMichael (79-0), South Ired­ ell (66-14) and South StokeS (66-15) by a combined 346-47 to push their record to 24-3. “Maybe w e’re coming to­ gether at the right time,” Low­ ery said. AU fifteen Davie wrestlers posted winning records at S. Stokes. W hat’s more, together they won 60 of 70 matches. Going 5-0 were Smith (108 weight class), Billings (122), W ise (134), Ingram (147), Beauchamp (154) and Olme- do (184). Correll (222) went 4-0. Going 4-1 were Whitley (115), Vandiver (128), Wilson (140) and McCune (172). Josh U nkford (162), Carter (197) and Lane Snow (285) went 3-2. William Beck replaced Cor- reil once at 222 and responded w ith a pin. It was his first var­ sity win in two tries. Four War Eagles have sur­ passed 30 victories on the season. Correll is 32-2, Ingram 32-5, Smith 31-7 and Olmedo 31-12. Blossoming as a senior, Ingram is riding a 13-match winning streak. The D avie jayvees con­ tinued to flex their muscles, racking up five wins at Rock Hill High (S.C.). The four South Carolina schools that Davie victimized were Clover, U xington, Dutch Fork and Rock Hill. The only close encounter was 44-31 over Rock Hill. The other wins were by 30-plus points. David Sigmon and James M oore both w ent 5-0. Luke, Bolm er and Nolan Osborne were 4-0, while M att Nesbit was 3-0. Ingram Sign Up For Little League The 2015 Davie Little League baseball and softball regis­ trations will be accepted at the Brock Center on Jan. 10 from 9 ajn.-2 p m . and Jan. 17 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. All boys and girls between the ages of 4-16 are eligible. Registration fees; t-ball $65; coach-pitch, minors, majors and junior/senior $95. Online registration is available at www. daviell.com. These are the only signups for the 2015 season. A late registration fee of $25 will be added after Feb. 14, placed on a waiting list and assigned to a team upon availability. Upcoming Games Friday, Jan. 9 Davie varsity basketball at home vs. Parkland at 6/7:30 Davie JV basketball at Parkland at 5/6:15 Davie freshman boys basketball at Alexander Central at 4:30 Davie varsity wrestling in Bone Yard Bash at Jack Britt South Davie wrestling at West Wilkes at 4:30 Saturday, Jan. 10 Davie varsity wrestling in Bone Yard Bash at Jack Britt Davie JV wrestling in Bone Yard Bash at Jack Britt lliesday, Ja n . 13 North Davie basketball at EIlis at 4:30 North Davie wrestling at Thomasville at 4:30 South Davie wrestling at home vs. Lexington at 4:30 BUSINESS SPOTUGHT LakeWay Mower Service & Repair LakeWay Mower Service & Repair, in Clemmons, would like to say 'Thank you" to all of its loyal custom­ ers^ Over the last four years, LakeWay has enjoyed rapid growth and feel that is due to the type of service and relationship they have built with their customers, ■We have completed over 3,000 repair and service jobs, with two-thirds of those jobs being repeat busi­ ness,” mentioned owner Chris Sonafrank in a recent in­terview. uWe want to be an affordable alternative to purchasing something new, as well as, the alternative to any other repair shop in the area,” he added. 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D avie lacked energy 24 hours after a bitter loss. Ruemenapp was unhappy early, sending in four subs (Patterson Jones, A. Peebles, Caitlyn Peebles and Sha’veh Martinez) halfway through the first, Neitherteam led by more than four as the half ended with Mooresville ahead 19-17. “A lot of it was we wanted to be playing in the champion­ ship game,” he said. “We sold out yesterday, but we found a way to get it done today. I’m proud of them for that.” Davie trailed 26-24 before Peebles' second major spree in as many days. She scored nine points - in just over four minutes - during an 11-5 run to lift Davie in front 35-31, W hen she scored on a putback, M ooresville’s coach yelled, “box her out.” She finished with a season-high 17 points on 8-o f-l2 shooting despite fouling out. “She continues to give us a good spark,” Ruemenapp said. “W hen w e’re having a hard time scoring, she finds a way. If we can keep her out of foul trouble, she’s such a good from players from North Rowan and Davie.□ e'Jah Joynerties up the ball during a scrum for athlete, sometimes she can’t get her arms out of the way.” Leading 41-37, Davie con­ verted four foul shots in the final 26 seconds to salt it away. Zaferatos' 10-point day was a season low. Her 50-point run over three games put her on the all-toumament team. Mooresville, in the Moir for the first time, dropped to 6-5. R unning Into Reynolds Davie's return to Central Piedm ont C onference play against Reynolds here Friday was a completely forgettable experience. The unbeaten De­ mons shredded Davie 80-46, handing the War Eagles (9-4, 2-1) their first league loss. The Demons (13-0, 2-0) look like an extraordinary team, and their biggest star, Keke Eaton, defied belief with her long-range shooting. She hit eight of 11 3-pointers and scored 28 points. Tierra Wilson threw in 22. Reynolds buried 15 3s in all. R eynolds has w on 15 straight over Davie dating to 2007-08. “They are as good as I have seen in my two seasons here,” Ruemenapp said. “We thought the one lesser area for them - certainly not a deficiency - was shooting the 3, and their two starting guards were 12 of 23 from the 3-point line. W hile our defense was not perfect, it was pretty good. They are incredibly quick and move the ball well. They are worthy of their undefeated status.” H am pton ( II ) , Peterson (10) and Zaferatos (10) paced Davie’s scoring. On the bright side, Davie has a chance to finish no worse than second. "It was another good mea­ suring stick for us, and I think we welcome the challenge to continue to improve,” he said. “I am confident the experience will make us better as we move forward.” Davie 62, W. Row an 41 - Madison Zaferatos 21, Ashlyn Hampton 14, Asiah Peterson9, Aubriana Peebles 7, McKayIa Bohannon 5, De’Jah Joyner 2, Madison Bohannon 2, Caitlyn Peebles 2. N. Row an 54, Davie 48 - Madison Zaferatos 19, Asiah Petefson 8, Aubriana Peebles 8, McKayIa Bohannon 5, Ash- Iyn Hampton 4, De’Jah Joyner 2, Sha'veh Martinez 2. Davie 45, M ooresville 37 - AubrianaPeebles 17, Madison Zaferatos 10, Asiah Peterson 9, De’JahJoyner4, McKayla Bo­ hannon 3, Ashlyn Hampton 2. Reynolds 80, Davie 46 - Ashlyn Hampton 11 ,Asiah Pe­ terson 10, Madison Zaferatos 10, D e’Jah Joyner 7, Aubriana ______ _____________________________________ Peebles 4, Caitiyn Peebles 2 , S h a 'v e h M artinez a n d a C a v alier g e t ta n g led . Sha’veh Martinez 2. . ph0t0s by Jo n Lakey, The S alisb u ry Poitfi If Third Continued From Page BI up,” assistant coach Tim Ken­ ney said.“H e's finally starting to play the w ay we always thought he could.” W hen Dylan Shoffner hit a jum per for a 57-52 lead, the War Eagles could exhale. "Those two guys are good enough shooters that when they get a good look at the hoop you expect them to go in," K enneysaid of McDaniel and Shoffner. While McDaniel and Shoff­ ner put Davie on the doorstep of victory.Nic Stames cement­ ed the W by hitting four of six free throws. He finished with 13 points behind 9-of-14 foul shooting, and he handed out four assists. Unfortunately for DavielStames was injured and might have been lost for the season two games later. “Nic’s solid,” Kenney said. “He’s been solid all year. When the game’s close in the fourth quarter, he’s the kind of guy you want on the line." Shoffner (nine points, six rebounds),Holden Poole (sev­ en points, two big baskets in the third), L.P. Mua (seven points, 11 rebounds) and Coo­ per Wall (four points, five rebounds, four assists) helped the cause. “You love those kind of games,” Kenney said. “You relish the opportunity to come out on top in those situations, and our guys rose to the oc­ casion” Besides hitting game-secur­ ing free throws, Stames was one reason Mooresville’s top player, Corban Usry, missed 17 of 18 field goals. “We knew if we could slow him down, we had a chance to beat them,” A bsher said. “Nic guarded him a lot." M oir Sem ifinak The top four seeds were toppled in a wild and wacky opening day, opening the door for a surprise champion. The sixth (Davie) and seventh (East Rowan) seeds clashed in one sem ifinal. D avie never led, but it was within three late in the third before the Mustangs went on a wicked run to beat Davie 67-55. K en n e y h a n d le d the head-coaching duties as Ab­ sher spent the evening with his ailing father, Alton Absher. “T he boys played hard enough to win,” Kenney said. “There w asn't a question of effort. Their heart was in it. We were on the floor after loose balls. We held them to nine of­ fensive rebounds. We actually outrebounded them (36-35), so the kids did what they had to do to win. We just couldn’t put the ball in the hoop (in the second half, when Davie shot 10 for 28 )” Stames fed McDaniel for a backdoor layup to cut East's lead to 42-39 in the third. With 1:44 left in the period, Wall sank a short baseline shot to pull Davie to 44-41. But Da­ vie's undoing follow ed that bucket. East went on a 14-1 run that bridged the third and fourth quarters and left Davie staring at a 58-42 deficit. The difference was East's 22-of-29 foul shooting. By contrast, Davie was seven of 12. Also, East (5-6) outscored Davie 19-2 in points off turn­ overs. Yeah, Davie shot better for the game, but it couldn't buy one from late in the third on. “In the fourth there were six or seven trips down the floor where I said, “If we score, I want a timeout,”’ Kenney said. “And we never got a timeout because we didn’t score.” “They can flat stroke it,” East coach Trey Ledbetter told the Salisbury Post. “And for a little bit I didn't know if we were ever going to pull away.” M cD aniel and S tarnes both hit 50 percent of their field goals and both scored 17 points. McDaniel also had eight boards. W ail had 11 points and five assists, while Mua controlled eight rebounds. T hird-Place Gam e Roughly three hours before the game for the bronze medal, Absher's father passed away. There’s no playbook for this kind of thing. Absher decided to return to the sideline, lean­ ing on his assistant coaches and players to help him get through the day. The War Eagles gave Ab­ sher .the best medicine they couldf'a 46-36 victory over eighth-seeded South Rowan (3-9). “Yesterday was really tough because I felt like I needed to be at both places,” he said. “Thank G odl’ve got m y pastor (Shane Nixon) on our staff and he gave me some good advice yesterday morning. It’s been difficult but that right there was a lot of fun. I hesitated to come today because he passed away at 1:30 (pm .), but I’m glad I was here. It was nice to get away from it for a little while." Davie was dealt a big blow in the first minute of the game. Stames, a junior point guard and Davie's No. I scorer com­ ing in, raced to the backcourt and dove for a loose ball. He wound up clutching his right hand in pain. He left and never relumed. The diagnosis: two broken bones in the top of his hand. If surgery is required, he's done for the season. What were the basketball gods think­ ing on this one? The War Ea­ gles have to scratch and claw for every w in, and now an integral cog is gone. Stames was averaging 12.8 points to McDaniel's 12.6. “We talked about playing hard and playing w ith pas­ sion,” A bsher said. “Nic set the tone for the game on the very first play because he went flying after that ball.” Davie jumped to a 7-0 lead and never trailed. It ended the half in beautiful fashion, with W all delivering a textbook backdoor pass to M cDaniel, w ho laid it in as the horn sounded to provide a 29-18 cushion, . “We didn’t even call that from the bench," Absher said. “That was good communica­ tion between those two. They made eye contact, but the other three guys had to know where to go, too, so that was really neat that they w ere able to execute that.” Davie couldn't do anything right in the third. Shoffner’s 3-pointer accounted for its only points as South closed the gap to 32-31. But the roles were reversed in the fourth. McDaniel hit a 3-pointer and Wall buried a pair of 17-footers off the dribble as Davie (5-6) outscored South 14-5. The exclamation point was a dunk by Mua. M cDaniel hit three 3s to score 14 points and added six boards. He paced Davie’s scor­ ing in all three games while .putting up 51 points. "This was a great three days for him,” Absher said. "When Nic went out, Jordan had to play some one, which is not .typicilly in our game plan. He’s our go-to guy right now." Wall assumed most of the point-guard duties, and the freshman responded with 11 points and four assists. Blaise Bennett (six points, nine re­ bounds), Shoffner (six points) and M ua (eight rebounds) helped out. Mua pulled down 27 rebounds in the tournament. “Wall’s the only other guy that had much experience (at point guard),” A bsher said. ' “We had to throw him in that role as a freshman and ask him to do a lot of different things. I'm really proud of the fact that we could gut this one out.” Battling Reynolds Few folks figured Davie could hang around for four quarters against visiting Reyn­ olds in the resumption of CPC play here Friday, but the War Eagles showed a ton of will, grit and effort in 62-55 defeat. It was tied after one quarter. The Demons (11-3,2-0 CPC) led by three at the half. They extended the margin to eight in the third, but Davie (5-7,0-3) pulled within five on multiple occasions in the fourth. Wall (18 points) and Mc- D aniel (16) picked up the** slack for the sidelined Starnes. *7 Shoffner chipped in eight’H *1 was the seventh straight dou? a ble-figure effort by McDanieLj* “I ’m really proud ot-dZ t& guys,” A bsher said. “We stood toe to toe with them in every facet o f the gam e. We jhs< needed to make a couple m brf w shots and I believe we could have pulled it off.” Davie 65, M ooresville 3 5 “ i - Jordan M cD aniel 20, Nic Stam es 13, Dylan ShoffnSr-C- 9, Holden Poole 7, L P. 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V <T MUIIHI I Mocksville Elem entaiy first graders participating In W inter W orkshop: at left - Daniel Cattlett,-Grace Ratledge, America Stcckton and Ternek Bruce create wrapping paper for gifts; and at right - Ethan Lakey, Evans Steele, Maggie Smith and Em m a Boardwine create snow m en ornam ents. Holiday Themes Hightlight MES Studies Kindergarten students at Mocksville Elementary spent the -last days before holiday break ‘‘traveling" around the world learning about Christ­ mas traditions. In NorthAmerica1Students. visited The United States and Mexico. In Mexico, they made a pinata. They visited Sweden, England and Germany. The children made Swedish Ad­ vent Calendars, Christmas cards from England and mini Christmas trees to represent German traditions. Students then went east to Japan where they made tradi­ tional lanterns. Finally.ending up in The Land Down Under, students drew a picture of a Surfing Santa from Australia. Mrs. Claus read Christmas stories. She illustrated and told a story about a bear fam- .ily. Then w hat'a surprise, the picture ended up to be Santa. Students boarded the Polar Express in pajamas. Kinders held on tight to their Golden Tickets as the adventure be­ gan. Several came back for Pajama Night Read Aloud. Stories were read aloud, one, “The Bear Hunt,” captured the participants attention. Kristin Callison and Steph­ anie Davis’ first grade class has been participating in an economics, unit titled Winter Workshop. Students focused ' on 21st CenUiry economic skills including: needs and wants; goods and services; scarcity; consumers and pro­ ducers; saving and spending; and division of labor. After learning about those concepts, they became elves in Santa's Workshop and made crafts in departments. They worked with fellow elves. The elves could earn wages forcom pletingassignedtasks,' They could spend their hard- earned wages and buy several fun crafts for family members and friends. In math the students have been focusing heavily on subtraction. They have been acting out story problems us­ ing themselves and manipu- latives. They learned several strategies for subtraction and played games to improve sub­ traction skills. Mrs. Parker and Mrs. My­ ers’ second, grade students completed several Christmas projects and activities. They learned about Hannukah and Kwanzaa as well as ways oth­ er countries celebrate Christ­ mas. Mrs. Claus told some fun Christmas stories. They read "Imogene's Antlers” and “Arthur’s Christmas Cook­ ies.” In math they started learning about double digit subtraction. Third grade students creat­ ed STEM projects to go along with The Polar Express. Stu­ dents were given' the task to create a bell, a sleigh, a bridge, a toy, or a box from a variety of materials. They researched a W Kristin Callison's elves during an econom ics unit titled "Winter W orkshop." the science and math behind the project, developed a plan, and created the project. The classes then presented to the entire third grade. Students loved learning about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in a fun, creative way. I Fourth graders may not love math, but they do like cookies. Putcookies and math together and you can have, an awesome time learning graphs. Students decorated holiday cookies with as many ingredients as they could find such as chocolate icing, Skit­ tles, chocolate chips and lem­ on drops.Mrs. C laus reads to Mocksville Elem entary second grade students. ECU Honor Students Twenty-eight students from DaVie County earned academic honors for the fall semester at East Carolina University. Named to the chancellor’s list with a 4.0 grade point av­ erage was Taylor Nelson of Mocksville. Named to the dean’s list with minimum 3.5 grade point averages were: Brooke Ball, Morgan Bamhardt, Hayley Carter, Katlynn Howell, Kelsi Mill­ er, Brittany Reynolds, Kath­ ryn Sells, Kaitlin Swyers and Kelsey Wooten, all of Mocks­ ville; and William Cleveng­ er, Jasmin Gunning, Heather Kimel of Advance. Named to the honor roll with minimum 3.0 grade point averages were: Sara Ataalla1 Katherine Caudle, Annelise Chesnee, Payton Irvin, Jordan La- gle, Damian Lewis, Shawna O ’Rorke, Jenninfer Powell, Ashley Rowe, Billy Short and Ryan Smith, all of Mocks­ ville; Ivey Camey, Brittany Reece, and Sarah Stigall, ail of Advance; and Lauren Mar­ shall of Cooleemee. Sudoku 1 2 3 4 5 3 6 7 8 4 5 1 7 6 3 2 9 8 5 5 1 7 2 4 9 3 7 1 Solution On Page BlO EconomicsAt Shady Grove First grade students at Shady Grove Elementary learned about economics through Santa’s Workshop. • This activity taught eco­ nomic generalizations through role play. The children took on the roles of producers and consumers of goods and ser­ vices through Santa and his workshop. They learned that unlimited wants and limited resources create scarcity. The students became pro­ ducers of goods, making one good per day for five days. They were paid wages for their labor which they depos­ ited in the Shady Grove Bank. On the sixth day, they withdraw their funds from their account. They took these funds and became consumers by purchasing the goods they had made. If they managed their money well, they had ex­ tra dollars to spend at the first grade food court. On the last day of school the first graders were read The Polar Express. Next they watched the movie in their pajamas but before they could do that, they had to have their ticket punched to board the train. Even the teachers wore pajamas. After the movie the students had activities to complete which showed their comprehension of the story and used some math problem solving skills. A snack was enjoyed. Crossword Puzzle t4 Orchestra IS J.F.K. abbr. sf Muskogee 20 OneofSInatre 21 Actress 22 Music symbol 23 Lineman? 27 Moves 3B "All SummerLong singer, 2006 40 Complexion 41 Remaining 42 Constrictor 43 “What 44 Won 46 Rorschach Image 47 Pioneering multi-sport 24 Tlny parasite -financing 26 One .. number Chimes 46 'Camptown syllable49 Volunteer's 50 Part of speech 62 Sneggable fabric 63 Sltcom-streamlng 66 Renowned chef 69 Perfume holder 60 Declarewithout proof 61 Progresstooslowly 63 Clam's cousin 64 Be positioned 66 "Stop pouring' irt for -centric 7 Final 6 Say'What?" 9 Legendary bird 0 Whatchemacalllt 1 Energyglantthatwen bankrupt In 2001 2 Hair removal product 3 Refrain part 9 Egg box: Abbr. I First-round pass 33 Job'lot? 34 Exchanges words? 36 Pantyhose problem 36 Aa of now 36 Volume eontroi' 39 SkyeofTV 43 Lo mein vessel 44 Prepares for takeoff 46 Four-hand 67 Oet wrinkled? 66 Cartoon fan’s keepsake 69 Oath 46 Totally drunk Answers On Page BlO DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 8,2015 - B7 Shady Grove Elem entary fifth graders enjoy a reception in their honor for completing the DARE program (left); and Sheriff Andy Stokes congratulates Noah Chaffin. Fifth Graders Get Tools For Successful Future Making choices in life is something everyone is faced with, and the Davie county Sheriff's office and Shady Grove Elementary School want to help make sure stu­ dents are prepared to make the right ones when it comes to drugs and alcohol. Ninety-two fifth grade stu­ dents, their teachers, parents and school and county offi­ cials gathered in the school gym Dec. 15 to celebrate graduation from the 10-week DARE program. PrincipalMaureen Gildein stated: "The DARE program has a long standing tradition of encouraging the young people of Davie County to develop a trusted relationship with law enforcement. “The DARE program teaches the students to think objectively and how to refuse peer pressure. The program is a team effort by the sheriffs office and the board of edu­ cation. Alana Geiger, serves as the DARE officer for Da­ vie County and is passionate about her work to help stu­ dents make good choices.” Geiger told the parents: "They are your babies but they are mine, too. I love all my babies and will always be here tohelp them. “It was my privilege and honor to teach these fifth grade students. You ail have your individual strengths and weaknesses, so help each oth­ er grow so that you can all grow together. AU I did was give you the tools to help you express your thoughts, feel­ ings and.decisions. Lead by example and help each other out." Sheriff Andy Stokes pledged his help to the stu­ dents. "Cali us anytime, we want to help you. We want to be here for you." Superintendent Dr. Darin Hartness praised the students for their commitment to be­ ing drug, alcohol and violent free. "We are proud of you and know you have a bright. , future." One student from each . class read their essay and all received certificates. G uesti speaker, Payton Beaty, shared ( a lesson about success and comparing the story of H ansel, and Gretel and urged the stu- , dents to leave bread crumbs o f. positivity where ever they go.. - BUSINESS SPOTIIGHT LakeWay Mower Service & Repair LakeW ay Mower Service & Repair, in Clem m ons, would like to say “T hank you" to all of its loyal custom ­ ers, O ver the last four years, LakeW ay has enjoyed rapid growth and feel that is due-to the type of service and relationship they have built with their custom ers. 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H U T C H IN N O V A T IO N S -L L C A u t o r e p a i r s 1 G eneral, Servicing & C u s to r r i-^ N 3 3 6 - 6 8 2 - 1 9 5 0 Jay Hutchins, Owner - 8 ASE Certifications Builder of Custom. BUctnc MotoroycUs 127 B ath L ane, M ocksville, NC 27028 ’HUTCHINNOVATIONSLLC@GMAIL.COMFaceboak.com/pag9S/huichlnnovations-LLC We fix SS / tu t & e n t ie S x f w u e t u e 3 Professional Barbers Tues.-Fri. 830am • 6 pm; Sat. Bam-noon ( 3 3 6 ) 7 6 6 - 9 0 1 1 m the CimIiiuL 2721 LewisvIIIeCiemmonsRd.* Clemmons Walk-ins are mvwri0mmon5barberehop.com - Ri welcome! /' I' ■ ■ I B8 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, T hursday, Jan. 8 ,201S Pinebrook 4th Graders Learn Moravian Traditions Kindergarten students at Pinebrook Elementary en­ joyed making presents for their family members and 1 teaming about Christmas Around the World prior to the holiday break. . A study of Christmas Around the World focused on the celebrations of Las Posa­ das (Christmas in Mexico), Hanukkah, and Kwanza. Kin­ dergarten students enjoyed a Christmas party as well as "Polar Express Day." . In math, students have been composing and decom­ posing numbers 3-10. They have been introduced to ba­ sic addition concepts and are beginning to understand what an addition number sentence looks like. • Ms. Rea’s third grade stu­ dents watched Polar Express and had hot chocolate. Ev­ eryone wore pajamas in cel- . ebration of earning 10 Pride Shields for great conduct. TTiey have been learning about all the holiday tradi­ tions around the world. They “visited” by Google Maps the countries of Germany, Mexico, Sweden, England, France and Italy. Students learned about important land­ marks, customs and food in each country as well as where these places are located in the world. In math, they finished a multiplication and division chapter focusing on 2s, Ss and 10s. Students worked on persuasive writing skills. They applied for a job as one of Santa’s reindeer and wrote why they were the best choice. They went to Wake Forest University to get a taste of the college experience and see a women's basketball game. Fourth grade finished a study of the Moravians in' North Carolina and their Christmas traditions. Students enjoyed participating in a love feast to accompany the study. In math, students reviewed factoring numbers by decorat­ ing trees. Ms. Walker's class completed snowflake math projects. In social studies, stu- Pinebrook Elementary fourth graders hold Moravian candles a s part of a study of Christm as traditions. dents presented North Caroli- Mrs. Martin's class have been na landmark projects. studying Christmas Around Mr. Devericks and Mrs. the World and created presen- Martin's students in fifth grade tation in the app Educreations have been working on alge- to share with one another to bra and order of operations. Ieam about traditions. They They are writing equations have been working on long and solving them. Fourth division, graders in Mrs. Hartman and Mrs. Martin's third grad­ ers finished a study of Japan and some of them were able to Skype with. Tucker Cline's aunt who lived in Japan for a few years and speaks Japanese fluently. They had lots of in­ teresting questions. Students are learning about probability and created questions related to the concept from their own pictures using Smart Note­ book. The first graders in Mrs. Martin's group finished re­ searching penguin types and created an online book. They are beginning to Icam how to count money and make change. m Pinebrook’s fourth graders learn som e of the steps involved in a traditional Moravian Love Feast. Students Of Week Are Listed William R, Davie SMILE students, from left: front - Aidan Souza, R ae Burke, Gatian Zimmerman , Carlie Correli, Abbie Monoco; back - Gabriel Bello Cervantes, M ajesta Anderson, G racie Gobble, Kasie McClannon, M ckenzie Willard. Mocksville Elementary students of the week the fi­ nal week before the holiday break: Easton Sanders, 'Devin Hemandez-Mosso, Grayson Forbes, Brianna Mena, Grace Ratledge, Hannah Hager. Tyler Riley, Kaylee Long. William R. Davie SMILE students, from left: front - Melanie Lauren Forbes, Odaly2 Steele, W esley M ason, Sam Collins, Bubba Hernandez, Mar- Romero, Diya Patel, Yadhira kee Scott; back - Logan Sherrill, Macy Davenport, R ebecca Rodriguez, Matthew Allen Dixon, Gavin Bolduc, Tyler Shire. a^d Kace Rodriguez. PUBLIC NOTICES STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor for the Estate of POLLY MITCH­ ELL FOSTER, late of Davle County, North Carolina, this Is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said de­ ceased to present them to the Executor, Lawrence B. Driver, at 507 W. Oak Island Dr., Oak ■Island, NC 28465, on or before March 25,2015, or this Notice will be pleaded in bar of their recov­ ery. AU persons indebted to said estate will please make Immedi­ ate payment. This the 25th day of December, 2014. Lewrertce B. Driver Executor tor the Estate of, Polly Mitchell Foster 507 W. Oak Island Dr. Oak Island, NC 28465 Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1,8,15 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA ’COUNTY OF DAVIE ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE !Having qualified as Adminis­ trator of the Estate of Robert Wilson Pitts, Deceased, late of . Davle County, North Carolina, this Is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of the . deceased Io exhibit them to the undersigned on or before March 25, 2015, or this Notice will be pleaded In bar of their right to recover against the estate of the said deceased. Al! persons in­ debted to said estate will please make immediate payment. This the 24th day of December, 2014.Karen Hodges Pltts Admlnlstretor ot the Estate of Robert Wilson Pltts 140 Leslie Court Advance, NC 27006 Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1,8,15 STATE CF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executrix ofthe Estate of JOHN RICHARD LINK, deceased, late of Davie County, North Carolina, this Is to notify all persons having claims against the said estate to present them to the undersigned on or be­fore the 25th day of March, 2015, 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 Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned.This the 25th day of December, 2014.JodIUnkSIftord Executrix for the Estate 6280 NC Highway 801 South Mocksville, NC 27028 Piedmont Legal Associates, PA Lynne Hicks, Attorney for the Estate NC Bar #011125 124 West Depot Street Mocksville, NC 2702B (336)751-3312 Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1,8,15 CREDITORS NOTICE HAVING QUALIFIED as Ex­ ecutor of the Estate of JOHN LEONARD WALKER, late of Davle 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 April 8, 2015, (being 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 corpora­ tions Indebted to said Estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned.This the 29th day of December, 2014.JOHN STEPHEN WALKER 118 KeIIyAvenue Mocksville, NC 27028 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law . 10 Court Square Mocksville, NC 27028 Publish: Jan.8,15,22 NOTICE OF PUOlIC HEARING The Board of Commissioners for the County of Davie, North Carolina (the “County*} has de­ termined to consider whether to enter Into a new Installment financing agreement or a supple­ ment to an exisllng installment financing agreement (the ‘Agree­ ment') pursuant to Section 160A- 20 of the General Statutes of North Carolina for the purpose of refinancing all or a portion of the County's outstanding Installment financing obligations with respect to the outstanding Certificates of Participation (Davie County Public School and Community College Facilities Project), Series 2006, dated January 24, 2006 (the “2006 Certificates"), the proceeds of which were used to (a) pay the costs of (I)vConstruct- Ing and equipping a new middle school and related facilities and (Ii) constructing various build­ings and other Improvements for Davidson County Community College (collectively, the '2006 Project ") and (b) pay the financ­ing costs Incurred In connection with the delivery of the 2006 Cer­ tificates. The County would be obligated to pay Installment pay­ments under the Agreement In an1 aggregate principal amount not to exceed $10,200,000, together wlthlnterestthereon. IftheCoun­ty enters Into the Agreement, It will secure Its obligations there­ under by executing and deliver­ ing a deed of trust granting a lien on the site of the middle school constituting a portion of the 2006 Project, together with any Im­ provements or fixtures located or to be located thereon. Section 160A-20(g) of the Gen­ eral'Statutes of North Carolina requires that the County hold a public hearing prior to entering Into the Agreement. If the Board of Commissioners for the Coun­ty so determines, an application will be submitted to the Local Government Commission of North Carolina for approval of the Agreement. Please take notice that the Board of Commissioners for the County will conduct a pub­ lic hearing In the Commission­ers' Meeting Room In the Davle County Administration Building located at 123 South Main Street in Mocksville, North Caroli­na, at 1:30 p.m. on January 21, 2015, at which time any per­ son may be heard regarding the Agreement and the proposed re­financing as described above. Any person wishing, to com­ ment In writing on the Agreement and the proposed refinancing should do so prior to January 21, 2015 to the County of Davie, North Carolina, 123 South Main Street, Mocksville, North Car­ olina 27026 Attention: BrendaB. Hunter, Clerk to the Board of Commissioners. Brenda B. Hunter Clerk to the Board of Commis­ sioners County of Davie, North Caro­ linaBrenda B. Hunter, Clerk Io the Board ol Commissioners County of Davie, North Carolina Publish: Jan. 8 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE CREDITORS NOTICE HAVING QUALIFIED as Exec­ utor of the Estate <51 DOROTHY CAROLE MARTIN DRAUGHN, late of Davie County, this is to notify all persons, firms and cor­ porations having claims against said Estate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before April 8, 2015, (being three [3] months Irom the first day ol publication of this notice) or this notice will be pleaded In bar ot their recovery. AU persons, firms and corporations Indebted to said Estate will please make Immedi­ ate payment to the undersigned. This the 29th day of December, 2014. Barbara Safrlt, Executor of the Estate 109 Oak Leaf Ct.Mocksville, NC 27026 Publish: Jan.8,15,22,29 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE CREDITORS NOTICE HAVING QUALIFIED as Ex­ ecutor of the Estate of HENRY TURNER CROTTS, late of Da­ vie 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 April 8, 2015, (being three [3] months from the first day of publication ol this notice) or this 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. Thlsthe 29th day of December, 2014. David B. Crofts, Exeeufor of the Estate 164 Gumberry Lane,Mocksville, NC 27028 Publish: Jan.8,15,22,29 DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , T hursday, Jan. 8,2015 - B9 LEGAL NOTICES NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY File No.: 14 CVS 127 SECOND AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SAIE Under and by virtue of the power and authority contained In a Judgment bearing the cap­ tion “Weils Fargo Financial North Carolina 1. Inc. v. Edward J. Car­ dinals, Jacqueline C. Cardlnale, and Substitute Trustee Services, Inc., In its capacity as Substi­ tute Trustee’, Davie County, and pursuant to the terms of the judgment, the undersigned Com­missioner will offer for sele that certain property as described be­ low. Said sale will be held In the City of Mocksville, Davle County, North Carolina at One Forty-five p.m. (1:45 p.m.) on Tuesday, the 13th day of January, 2015 at the courthouse door, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following real estate situate In the County of Davie, North Caro­ lina, and being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point In'the north edge of the Gladstone Road, at a point which Is the southwest corner of a tract con­ veyed to Pearlle Mills, et ux, by Janle Dula, described in Deed Book 59, at page 336, Davie County Registry, and being the Southeast comer of the within described tract and runs, thence with a line of the said Pearlle Mills' tract North 4 degs. West 1.58 chs. to a point; thence West 26 links to a point; thence North 4 degs. West 1.58 chs. to a point; thence South 3 degs. East 3.10 chs. to a point In the North side ot the said Gladstone Road; thence South 86 degs. East 1.68 chs. to a point and place of beginning, containing one-half (1/2) of an acre, more or less, and being Ihe Identical property conveyed to ' Thomas L. Swlcegood et ux, to Mr. S.J. Dula by deed recorded in Deed Book 2)4, at page 159, Da­ vie County Registry. Save end Except: A 12 foot easement along the line that reads ‘thence South 3 degs. East 3.10 chs. to a point in . the North side of the said Glad­stone Road' which will be used for an underground sewer line. The property Is being sold ‘as Is', without warranties, subject to all taxes, special assessments and prior tlens or encumbrances of record and any recorded re­ leases. Any assessments, costs or fees resulting from the sate will be due and payable from the pur­chaser at the sale. The sale will not convey any personal proper­ ty which may be located on the ’ real property and the Commis­ sioner makes no warranties or representations' as to whether Improvements to the real proper­ ty are personal In nature. A cash deposit (no personal check), or certified check In the amount of ten percent (10%) of the high bid, will be required at the time of the sale. The sale will be held open for ten days for upset bids as re­ quired by law. This the 12th day of Decem­ ber, 2014. BY: Susan R. Benoit, ' Commissioner Post Otffce Box 2505 Fayetteville, NC 28302 (910) 864-6888 THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. THE PURPOSE OF THIS COM­ MUNICATION IS TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, except as stat­ ed below In the Instance of bank­ ruptcy protection. IF YOU ARE UNDER THE PROTECTION OF THE BANKRUPTCY COURT OR HAVE BEEN DISCHARGED AS A RESULT OF A BANKRUPTCY PROCEEDING. THIS NOTICE IS GIVEN TO YOU PURSUANT TO STATUTORY REQUIREMENT AND FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES AND IS NOT IN­ TENDED AS AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT OR AS AN ACT TO COLLECT. ASSESS, OR RECOVER ALL OR ANY PORTION OF THE DEBT FROM YOU PERSONALLY PUBLISH: JAN. 1,8 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SAlE NORTH CAROLINA, DAVIE COUNTY Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained In that certain Deed of Trust executed by Adam Zakamarek and Danuta Zaka- marek to Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC, Trustee(s), which was dated January 26,2006 and recorded on January 3t, 2006 in 8ook 646 at Page 635 and re- recorded/modlfled/corrected on April 12, 2012 In Book 888, Page 22, Davie County Registry, North Carolina. Default having been made of the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the under­ signed, Trustee Services of Car­olina, 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 Sub­stitute 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 sele on January 12,2015 at 11:30AM, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash Ihe following described property situated in Davie Coun­ ty, North Carolina, to wit: BEGINNING at an Iron, seld Iron being located In the South­ east corner of Sterling T. Wooton, Deed Book 168, Page 15, Davie County Registry and also being in the West line of John F. Da­ vis, Deed Book 182, Page 208. DavIe County Registry; thence from said point of Beginning along Davis' West line South 56 deg. 56’ 20“ West 625.89 Ieet to an Iron; Ihence North 48 deg. 24' 40" West 205.83 feet to an Iron; thence North 35 deg. 06’ 40’ East 674.53 feet to an Iron; thence South 42 deg. 01’ East 239.82 feet to an Iron in the Southeast corner of Stephen P. Stearn, Deed Book 178, Page 574, and the Southwest corner of Sterling T. Wooton; thence with Wooton’s South line South 37 deg. 06' 40“ East 235.20 feet to an Iron, the point and place of Beginning, containing 5.01 acres, more or less, and being In accor­dance with a survey prepared by Michael E. Glzinski, RLS, dated April 9.1996. Together with that 60 foot wide access and utilities easement as the seme is shown leading from Peoples Creek Road as recorded In Plat Book 6, Pages 33 and 34 DavIeCounty Registry. Further together with and sub­ ject to that 30 foot wide access and utilities easement as the same Is more particularly de­ scribed In Deed Book 187, Page 18, Davle County Registry; refer­ ence to which is hereby made for a more particular description and Is further set forth below: BEGINNING at an Iron, said iron being located In the North­ east corner of Dwayne Hartless, Deed Book 181, Page 691, Davie County Registry, and also being In the Southern right of way line of Peoples Creek Road, thence from said point of Beginning along the Southern right of way line of Peoples Creek Road South 77 deg. 12' East 30.0 feet to an iron, thence South 12 deg. 50' 20“ West 408.02 feet to a point; thence South 54 deg. 33’ East 400.16 feet to an point; thence South 35 deg. 06' 40' West 30.0 feet to a point; thence North 54 deg. 33' West 420.34 feet to a point; thence North 12 deg. 50' 20’ East 428.0 feet to a iron, the point and place of Beginning. Save and except any releases, deeds of release or prior convey­ ances of record. Said property Is commonly known as 1627 Peoples Creek Road, Advance, NC 27006. THIRD PARTY PURCHAS­ ERS MUST PAY THE EXCISE TAX, AND THE COURT COSTS OF FORTY-FIVE CENTS (45e) 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 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 properly Io be offered pursuant to this Notice of Sale is being offered for sale, transfer and conveyance “AS IS WHERE IS.’ There are no representa­ tions of warranty relating to the title or any physical, environmen­ tal, health or safety conditions existing In, on, at, or relating Io the property being offered for sale. ThissalelsmadesubJectto all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any unpaid land transfer taxes, spe­ cial assessments, easements, rights of way, deeds of release, and any other encumbrances or exceptions of record. Tothebest of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current own­ ers) of the property Is/are Adam Zakamarek and wife, Danuta H. Zakamarek. An Order for possession ot the property may be issued pursu­ ant to G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of Ihe purchaser and against Ihe party or parties In possession by the clerk ol 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. Thenotlce 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 the purchaser Is the return of the de­ posit. Reasons of such inability to convey include, but are not lim­ ited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the confirmation of the sale and reinstatement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. If the validity of the sale Is challenged by any party, the trustee, In their sole discre­ tion, If they believe the challenge to have merit, may request the court to declare the sale to bo void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy.Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC Substitute Trustee Brock S Scott, PLLC Attorneys for Trustee Services of Carolina. LLC5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 PHONE: (910) 392-4988 FAX: (910) 392-8587 File No.: 13-25725-FC02 Publish: Jan. 1,8 AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NORTH CAROLINA, DAVIE COUNTY Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained In that certain Deed of Trust executed by Rick­ ey R. Bailey and Rosemary E. Balley to PRLAP, Inc.. Trustee(s), which was dated November 30. 2009 and recorded on Novem­ ber 30, 2009 In Book 812 at Page 731, Davle County Registry, North Carolina. Default having been made of the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the under­ signed, Trustee Services of Car­ olina, 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 the 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 the usual and custom­ ary location at the county court­ house for conducting the sale on January 12, 2015 at 11:30AM, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property situated In Davie Coun­ ty, North Carolina, to wit: Being all of Lot Number Four (4) Section One, Charleston Ridge as set forth In Plat Map 7, Page 20, Davie County Regis­ try to which reference Is hereby made for a more particular de­ scription. Subject to restrictions as set forth in DB 200, Page 561, Davie County Registry. Save and except any releases, deeds of release or prior convey­ ances of record. Said property Is commonly known as 132 Charleston Rldge Drive, Mocksville, NC 27028, THIRD PARTY PURCHAS­ ERS 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) ol 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 im­ mediately due and owing. Said properly 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, environmen­ tal, health or safety conditions ex­ isting 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 excep­ tions ol record. To the best of the knowledge and belief of the un­dersigned, the current owner(s) of the property is/are Rickey R. An Order for possession of the properly 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 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. Thenotlce 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 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 de­ posit. Reasons of such inability to convey Include, but are not lim­ ited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the confirmation of the sale and reinstatement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. Il the 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 sale 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 Services ol Carolina, LLC 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington. NC 28403 PHONE: (910) 392-4968 FAX: (910)392-8587 FIIeNo.: 13-19188-FC02 Publish: Jan. 1,6 12 SP 4 AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained In that certain Deed of Trust executed by Randy Gobble to E Edward Vogler, Jr., J.D., P.A., Trustee(s), which was dated April 6, 2006 and recorded on April. 6. 2006 In Book 656 at Page 711, Davie County Registry, North Carolina. Default having been made of the nole thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the under­ signed, Trustee Services of Car­ olina, 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 the 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 the usual and custom­ ary location at the county court­ house for conducting the sale on January 12, 2015 at 11:30AM, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property situated In Davie Coun­ ty, North Carolina, to wit: BEGINNING at an Iron pin the Southeastern Corner of the with­ in described tract, said South­ eastern corner being located North 87 degs. 29 min. 06 sec. West 886.37 feet from an Iron pin located In the Western right of way margin of SR 1306, the Northeastern corner' of Darnell Gobble (Deed Book 97 at Page 95), Southwestern corner of that property described In Deed Book 97 at Page 97; thence from the beginning North 87 degs. 29 min. 06 sec. West 210.00 feet to an iron pin the Southwestern cor­ ner of the within described tract in the line ot Darnell Gobble; thence a new line North 02 degs. 30 min.54 sec. East 210.00 feet to an iron pin, the Nonhwestern corner of the within described; thence South 87 degs. 29 min. 06 sec. East 210.00 feet to an iron pin, the Northeastern corner of the within described tract; thence South 02 degs. 30 min. 54 sec. West 210.00 feet to the POINT AND PLACE OF BEGINNING, containing 1.012 acres as shown on a survey by A. C. Quate dated March 16,1992, and being a por­ tion of that property described In Deed Book 97 at Page 97, DCR, to which reference is made. TOGETHER with an ease­ ment for purpose ol ingress, egress and regress which ease­ ment shall be appurtenant to the above described 1.012 acres and run with the land In the hands of all persons whomsoever over and upon the servient tract de­ scribed in Deed Book 97 at Page 97, DCR. That easement Is de­scribed as follows: ' BEGINNING at an Iron pin the Southeastern corner of that prop­ erty described in Deed Book 97 at Page 97, Norlheaslern cor­ ner ol that property described in Deed Book 97 at Page 95 in the Western right of margin of SR 1306; thence with the line of Darnell Gobble North 87 degs. 29 min. 06 sec. West 688.37 feet to an Iron pin, the Southeastern corner of the above described 1.012 acres tract; thence North 02 degs. 30 min. 54 sec. East 30.00 feet to a point; thence South 87 degs. 29 min. 06 sec. East 878.32 feet to a point In the Western right ol way margin of SR 1306; thence South 16 degs. 00 min. 08 sec. East 31.64 feet to the POINT AND PLACE OF BE­ GINNING as shown on the above described survey. Save and except any releases, deeds of release or prior convey­ ances of record. Said property Is commonly known as 881 Sheffield Road, Mocksville, NC 27028. THIRD PARTY PURCHAS­ ERS MUST PAY THE EXCISE TAX, AND THE COURT COSTS OF FORTY-FIVE CENTS (45c) PER ONE HUNDREO 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 ex­ isting 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 excep­ tions of record. To the best of the knowledge and belief of the un­ dersigned, the current owner(s) of the property Is/are Randy D Gobble. An Order for possession of the property may be issued pur­ suant to G.S. 45-21.29 In Iavor of the purchaser and against the party or parties in possession by the clerk ot 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 no­tice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days' written notice to the landlord. The notice shall also state that upon termi­ nation of a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termina­ tion. If the trustee Is unable to con­ vey title Io this property for any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser is the return of the de­ posit. Reasons of such inability to convey include, but are not lim­ited to, the tiling of a bankruptcy petition prior to the confirmation of the sale and reinstatement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. If the validity of the sale Is challenged by any party, the trustee, in their sole 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 Services ol 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) 392-6587 File No.; 08-09555-FC02 Publish: Jan. 1,8 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Havingqualified as Executorfor the Estate of GLADYS FOSTER McNEILL, late of Davie County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to present them to the Executor, undersigned, on or before March 25, 2015, or this Notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. ' All persons indebted to said es­tate will please make immediate payment. This the 25th day of December, 2014.George Randall Fosfer Executor for the Estate of Gladys Fosfer McNeill 3420 US Hwy 601 N.Mocksville. NC 27028 Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1,8.15 PURLIC NRTIGE DOCKET NO. SP-470B, SUBO APPLICATION OFTOPRAK, LLC + FOR A CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on November 7, 2014, To- prak, LLC (Applicant), filed an application seeklhg a certificate of public convenience and neces­ sity pursuant to G.S. 62-110.1(a) for construction of a 20-MW solai photovoltaic electric generating facility to be located west of the terminus of Crawford Road In Mocksville, Davie County, North Carolina. The Applicant plans tc sell the electricity to Duke Energy Carolines, LLC. Details of the application may be obtained from the Office ot the Chief Clerk of the North Car­ olina Utilities Commission, 430 N: Salisbury Street, 5th Floor, Dobbs Building, Raleigh, North Caro­ lina 27603 or 4325 Mall Service Center, Raleigh, North Caroline 27699-4325 or on the Commls- . slon's website at www.ncuc.net. If a complaint is received with­ in ten days after the last date ol the publication of this notice, the Commission will schedule a pub­ lic hearing to determine whethei a certificate should be awarded, will give reasonable notice of the lime and place of the hearing tc the Applicant and to each com-! plaining party, and will require; the Applicant to publish notice of- the hearing In this newspaper, tl! no complaint Is received within; the time specified above and 11 the Commission does not order a! hearing upon its own initiative, the’ Commission will enter an order awarding the certificate sought by. the Applicant. Persons desiring to lodge com-' plaints may file statements to that; effect with the Commission. Such' statements should reference- Docket No. SP-4708, Sub 0 and! be addressed as follows: Chief; Clerk, North Carolina Utilities- Commission, 4325 Mall Service! Center, Raleigh, North Caroline; 27699-4325. Statements may also be direct-; ed to Christopher J. Ayers, Exec­ utive Director, Public Staff - North' Carolina Utilities Commission,' 4326 Mail Service Center, Ra­ leigh, North Carolina 27699-4326 - or to The Honorable Roy Cooper, Attorney General of North Car­ olina, 9001 Mail Service Center,- Raleigh, North Carolina 27699- 9001. Publish: Dec. 18,25; Jan. 1,8 - STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA i COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor for, the Estate of MARIE T. BUTLER, late of Davie County, North Car­olina. this is to notify all persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to present them to the Executor, Carlas M. Butler, at the office of his attorney, Wil­ liford McCauley, Attorney at Law, P.O. Box 53606, Fayetteville, NC 28305, on or before March 25, 2915, or this Notice will be plead-* ed In bar of their recovery. AU per­ sons indebted to said estate will! please make Immediate payment. This the 25th day of December,2014. Carlos M. Butler,Executor for the Esfsfe ot Marie 7. ButlerSend payments, or claims to Williford McCauley,*' Attorney at Law,- P.O. Box 53606,: 1308 Fort Bragg Road,- Suite 101. Fayetteville. NC 28305. Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1,8,15; STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTYOFDAVtE NOTICE TO CREDITORSHaving qualified as Executor for the Estate of RALPH DONALD. PHILLIPS, late of Davle County, North Carolina, this is to notify all. persons having claims against. the estate of said deceased tc - present them to the Executor, un- - derslgned, on or before March 25,.2015, or this Notice will be plead­ ed in bar of their recovery. AU per- • sons Indebted to said estate will. please make Immediate payment.This the 25th day of December, - 2014.DAVID PHILUPS, Executor for the Estate ofRslph Donald Phillips 901 Carolina Ave.,Winston-Salem, NC 27101 Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1,8,15 METAL ROOFING 3 ’ C overage • 40+ Colors AU COLORS AAE ENERQY SttK RATED 40 Year Warranty UP TO-SOO- TAX CREDIT AVAILABLE 704-278-3000 MID-STATE METALS BlO - DAVIE COUISTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, T hursday, Jan. 8 ,201S Dateline Fundraisers Saturday, Ja n . 10 Community Breakfast, Mocks­ ville First Presbyterian, S. Main St., 7-10 a.m., proceeds to Da­ vie Domestic Violence Services. Scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, country ham, grits, cooked ap­ ples, milk gravy, biscuits, bever­ ages. Country ham and sausage breakfast, Center Methodist, US 64 W. at 1-40, Mocksville. Proceeds to local missions. Eggs, grits, apples, biscuits, gravy, bev­ erages. Country ham, tenderloin breakfast, Mocks Methodist, Advance, 6:30-10 a.m. $7 also includes eggs, sausage gravy, .biscuits and beverages. Community Breakfast, Farm­ ington Methodist, 1939 Farm­ ington Rd., 7-10 a.m. Pork ten­ derloin, sausage and sausage gravy, eggs, grits, stewed apples, biscuits, breakfast casserole, cof­ fee, OJ. Donations to support church activities. Community Breakfast, Oak Grove Methodist, 1994 US 158, Mocksville, 7-10 a.m. Eggs, bis­ cuits, gravy, sausage, country ham, grits, apples, beverages. Religion Jan . 8-9 RefugeCommunity Church IOth anniversary celebration,7nightly with Lee Edwards,senior postorat Beulah Baptist in Savannah, Ga. Special praiseand worship nightly. Saturday, Ja n . 17 Birthday Celebration for all months of the year, Davie County Library, Mocksville, 4-7 p.m., sponsored by Piney Grove. Dinner, games, entertainment by Piney GroveYouth & Praise Dancers and The Echo's of Christ of Salisbury. $10, $6. Feb. 13-14 Lets Get Real Marriage Con­ ference, Conterstone Chris­ tian Church, 1585 NC 801 N., •Mocksville. $25/$50. Brad Rut­ ledge Band and Dale and Jena Forehead.336-577-5240, O ngoing Beginning Bible Study, Verse by Verse, Thursdays, 6:30-8 p.m., Sage Garden Care Center, 977 Yadkinville Rd., Mocksville. 734-9476. Simply Moms prayer and book study group for moms of ail ages with kids of all ages, second Fridays, 9:30-11:30 a.m. during school year,ComerstoncChristian Church, NC 801. Free childcare. 998-0600. Weekly Prayer Service, First UMC, N. Main St., Downtown, Thursdays, noon-1 p.m. in sanctu­ ary. Not a structured service, quiet time to pray and meditate. Preschool, at Macedonia Mora­ vian Church, 9 a.m. Ul 12 noon. Optional lunch bunch I p.m. Ages 12 months - S yrs. Call 998-6492. Bible Study, study Bible with Les Feldick on DVD, Davie YMCA, each TUes., 10-11 a.m. & 6-7 p.m. Also each Sun. 2 p.m. on WDSL AM radio. GriefSbare Recovery & Support Group, ot Hillsdale UMC, 5018 US 158,Advance.Second&fourth Sundays of each month 4 p.m. For info: 998-4020. Kids for Christ, at Liberty UMC, 141 Liberty Circle, Mocksville, each Wed. 3-5:30 p.m. Forkinder- garten-5th grade. No cost, just a time for play,snacks, Bible stories, & music. Info: 940-7246. MOPS (Mothers of Preschool­ ers), 1st and 3rd Fri. of every month during traditional school year, 9:30-11:45 a.m., at Blaise Bapt. Church. Awana, every Wed. evening 6:30- 8 p.m.. at Eagle Heights Church. The Life & Teaching of Jesus, presented by Mocksville Sev­ enth-Day Adventist Church,Mon. & Thurs. at 7 p.m., at 407 Milling Rd., Mocksville. Free admission. For info: 704-876-3665. Youth Program, at Ijames Bapt. Church, each Sun. evening 5:45 p.m., ages 12-18. Info: 492-6434. Women's Discussion Classes, two classes held weekly at Jericho Church ofChrist.Tues. 10:30 a.m. and Wed. 7:30 p.m. No cost for materials. AU women invited. Women’s BibleStudy,every Wed. 5-6 p.m., in a home near Milling Road area. AU women welcome. Info: 751-5229. Women’s Study Group, Phase 2, on Biblical women, presented by Hannah's Ministries. Free & held every second Sat. of each month, 10-11 a.m. AU welcome. Info: 940-5149. CareNet Counseling Centers, at First Baptist Church, 390 N. Main St., Mocksville. Offers inter-denominational counseling. Academically trained, certified counselors & mental health pro­ fessionals. Info. &appt. 751-2041. Preschool/Parents Morning Out, Bethlehem United Meth. Time: 9 a.m.-noon. Ages I & 2 - M1W or T, Th. Age 3 - M,T, Th. Age 4 & Pre-K - three orfourdays per week. Call 998-6820. Preschool, at Center United Methodist, US64W., Mocksville. 2,3,&4yearolds. Monday-Thurs- day, 8:30-11:30 a.m. Tiffany Grooms, 336-473-2615. Awana & Bible Study, Wednes­ days at 7 p.m., Hope Baptist Tabernacle. , . Coffee House, 4th Sun. each month,7p.m.,at Comatzer UMC. Good coffee, good fellowship, & good,music. Special Events Friday, Ja n . 16 Red Cross Bloodmobile, 2-6:30 p.m., Wal-Mart, Mocksville. T uesday, Ja n . 27 Red Cross Bloodmobile, 2-6:30 pan.,DavieCounty Public Library, N. Main St., Mocksville. O ngoing Family to Family 2014 Courses, .12 class course sponsored by NAMI-NW Piedmont (affiliate of National Alliance on.Mental Illness). Participants my be family/ friend of person diagnosed with mental illness. Classes run Feb. 24-May 5 each Monday, 6-8:30 p.m. at Hillsdale Bapt. Church, Advance. Spay-Neuter Clinic, 2nd Wed. of each month by the Humane Society of Davie County, afford­ able spay-neuter surgery for cats and dogs. Call 751-5214 to make reservation and for details. Free A dvanced H ealthcare Planning Workshops, 2nd Tues. of each month, I & 4 p.m., EMS Building, Mocksville. For info: 336-768-6157 ext. 1622. Footloose Friends, every Tues., 7-9 p.m. (first time dancers should arrive 6:30). Cost $4 each night, open to couples or singles. Call Link 413-5204 or 972-2659. Federal Benefits for Veterans, DAV Chapter #75 bldg., 1958 US 601 S., every third Sat., 12-4 p.m. For info: 336-407-5662. Free Monthly Diabetes/Blood Pressure/Cholesterol Screen­ ings, last Fri. of each month in 2009atWalMart, 9a.m. til 12noon. Sponsored by Davie Lion's Club. Visit Cooleemee's Mill Village Museum, 14 Church St., Wed.- Sat. 10 a.m. til 4 p.m. Tours also available by appt. Call 284-6040. Storytimes, at Davie Co. Library: Fri. U a.m. at Main Library (story At The Brock The following is a list of art op­ portunities for everyone to enjoy at the Brock PerformingArts Center, North Main Street, Mocksville. For information about any of our ArtWorks projects or to join the group, which plans and coordinates visual art opportunities, call the arts council administrative office at 336-751-3112. A rtW orks Chairs of Hope Exhibit, January, sponsored by Daniel Furniture & Electric in collaboration with Dragon Fly House. Artists pur­ chase an adult slatted seat chair or a child rocker from for $25, then make the chair into on original work of art. The chairs will be exhibited in the Brock Gallery where the public is invited to place a vote per day for the "People’s ChoiceAward''. AU chairs will be part of a silent auction on Feb. 13 at WinMock with proceeds going to Dragon Fly House. Ja n . 10 That Mancini Magicl will high­ light songs of Henry Mancini performed by his solo trumpeter, Cecil Welch. The Moon River Orchestra, an ensemble of violins, saxophone and rhythm will be directed by Mac Frampton. Feb. 14 O riginal Beach Boy David Marks, along with other Beach Boys from the post will sing fa­ vorite tunes as Surf CityAll-Stais. M arch 28 Della’s Diner is a funny live stage performance with original country, blues, gospel and rockabilly. April 25 The Duttons will bring their “Branson’s Best Show” to town. The 15-member, multi-genera­ tional family has its own hour- long PBS special and was a top teri finalist on NBC's America’s GotTalent. Visit www.daviearts.org or on Facebook. The Brock Gallery is open Monday-Friday from noon-5 p.m. Fortickets or more informa­ tion on how to be a part of the arts in Davie County call 751-3000. Meetings O ngoing Davie/Mocksville AA, closed non-smoking meeting, at First Bapt. Church, 390 N. Main Street (across from Davie Co. Library). Thursdays,7 p.m. Info: Jan 753- 1838.1 Sugar Valley Composite Squad­ ron, each Tues. 6:30-8:30 p.m., Blue Hangar at Sugar Valley. Program for cadets (12-18) and adults. For info: 336-978-4186. Davie County Planning Board, 4th Tues. of each month, 6 p.m. in commissioners chambers, 2nd floor, DavieAdministration Bldg., 123 S. Main Street. Davie County Board of Ad­ justment, 3rd. Monday of each month, 6 p.m., in commissioners chambers,2nd floor,DavieAdmin- istrationBIdg., 123 S. Main Street. Davie 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.davie- beekeepers.org DCNetworks,7:45-9a.m.second Tues. each month. Location: Davie Co. Public Library, Mocksville. Networking/referrals group hosted by DavieCounty ChamberofCom- merce. For info: 336-751-3304. Davie Chamber Networks, 4th Tues. each month, Hampton Inn, Bermuda Run, 11:45 a.m.-l p.m. Networking/referrals group hosted by Davie Chamber of Commerce. Info: 751-3304. Davie Quilters Guild, 3rd Mon. of each month, for info: 492-2000. Triumph Parenting Classes, Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m., call for info: 751-5636. Humane Society of Davie Co., monthly meetings 2nd Tues. of every month, at Humane Society Adoption Center, 291 Eaton Rd. Call 751-5214 for info. Family & Friends of the Men­ tally III Support Group, 2nd and 4th Tues. of each month, 6 p.m., Hillsdale Bapt. Church,Advance. Call 751-5441 for info. Advance G arden Club, 2nd Tues. each month, Hillsdale Bapt. Church1US 158,1:30 p.m. Lion’s Cluh, meets 1st Thurs. of each month, 6 p.m. board, 7 p.m. general. At Hardison United Methodist Church. Hilbdale Sunrise Rotary Club, every Thurs. at 7 a.m., Bermuda Village. Davie Co. Fraternal Order of Police Lodge94,3rd Tbes. of every month, 7 p.m., Zeko's Restaurant. Davic Democratic Party, 2nd Tues. of each month, 7 p.m., HO Depot Street. Davie Co. Republican Party, every third Tues. of month, 7 p.m. in Davie Co. courthouse. Davie Co. Republican Men’s Federation, second Thursday of every month, mea!6p.m.,meeting 6:45 p.m., Sagebrush, US 601 N., Mocksville. For info: 408-8898. Women welcome. Parents Resource Organization (PRO) support group for families of children with disabilities, 2nd Tuesday, 7 p.m. Call Rosemary Kropfelder at 998-3311 for lo­ cation. HcaIthDept.. 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. atDSS. Narcotics Anonymous Against All Odds Group, First Bapt. Church, 390 N. Main Street (upstairs), Thurs. 7 pun., Sun. 6 p.m. Drug Problem? Helpline, 336-785-7280. Mocksville Civitan Club, 7 p.m., 2nd & 4th Mondays, at First Pres­ byterian Church. Advance Memorial Post. 8719 Veterans of Foreign Wars and Ladies Auxiliary, 4th Tues., 7:30 p.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. Cooteemec Memorial VFW Post lli9,2ndSat.,10a.m.,VFW Hall, N.C.801. CorinthianLodgeNo. 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. Coolccmee Civitan’sClubMcet- ing,lstand3rdMon.each month,7 p.m.,Civitan Property,801 North, Coolcemee. Davie Co. Multiple Sclerosis Support Group, 2nd Mon. of each month, 6 p.m., at new hos­ pital, Bermuda Run. For info: 336-972-6673. Seniors AU Senior Activities’ take place at Davie County SeniorServices Iocatedat 278MeroneySt., Mocks­ ville unless otherwise noted. Coll 753-6230. O ngoing Sr. Lunchbox, M,T,W, 11:30 a.m.. Th. & Fri., II a.m., lunch served daily. Quilting Club, every Monday, 10 a.m. SKIPBOt Wednesdays, I p.m. Scrapbooking, every 2nd Tues­ day, 2 p.m. Free Blood Pressure Checks, once a month, at 10:30 a.m. in the Nutrition Site. Singing Seniors Chorus, Thurs­ days, 10 a.m. Scrabble, I p.m. every Monday. Texas Hold’Em -Thursdays, I H p.m. Sr. Book Club, every third T\ies. of the month, 2:30 p.m. Computer Cl asses-arcavailable, coll for information. Arthritic Exercise - every other Wed. 10:30 a.m. Line DanclngtMondays 9:4S a.m., Wednesdays, 11:15 a.m. Low Impact Aerobics - Tues. & Thurs., 11 a.m. Fitness Equipment Room • open Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m. til 6 p.m. Fridays 8 a.m. til 5 p.m. & Sat. 9 a.m. til I p.m. ThbleIbnnb-every Tues. l-4p.m. Art, Mondays 9 a.m. til 12 p.m. Thi Chi, Tuesdays (call for sess- sion dotes) Woodcarvingi Wed. 9-11 a.m. Silver Health, Mon.,Tues.,Wed., 8:30 a.m. Yoga, call for dates and sessions. Dance Party Aerobics, 5:30 p.m. on Tues. & Thurs. Silver Health, Mon., Wcd., & Fri. at 8:30 a.m. Report Davle Dateline Items By Noon On Monday 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. 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Size 12-16. $225 tor all. 336-231-3554 Ccinputer 2 ACER 19" widescreen LCD moni­tors • used $50 each, 704-239-2348 V1J b M r e J s e ^ E g u lp m g n t BOWFlfX ULTIMATE 2.Very nice exercise equipment. Comes with 6 extra attachments. Preacher curl, squat, Iat pull down bar,etc. Looks brand new. Hardly ever used. $375. Cash. (336) 798-1165. Lexington. Very nice treadmill. For walking or running. Model C22S5. Space­Saver. Looksandworks like new. $450. Cash. (336) 796-1165. Lexlng- : FarmEquIp 1 & Supplies , , .Jw Tractor. 1949 Red [VnBeIIy Ford tractor with F * L^5 pieces ol equipment. Iyt1J-lCaII 336-751-2209 Ilf FuiiiIfaira [S A P p ir Crlb Simmons, SJw/mattress, white VGC 704-916-6714, B Kannapo Hs. g Set ot queen Bbeddlng w/frame VGC, H$100. 704-836-5037.BKannapaIIs condition. $100 Call 704-279-4192 (or more Information. ElectrlD range 30 Inch & under cabinet ml- crowave/vent combina­tion. Both In excellent COnd. $250 336-492-3068 Xenmora Wether, S175. Good working condition. Please call 704-633-7604 Xerettne huter 2 round, Sears and Turco Her­itage, like new. $50 apiece 704-916-6714. Kannapolis Lazy Boy loveseat $250.00 Call 704-637- 7064 (or more Informa- Recllner couch, $150. Call 704-798-8838 for more Information. Tttln bedroom suite 2 beds w/ hd bds, matt, springs, night stand, dresser. $300, like new 704-916- 6714. Kannapolis. Uttd kitchen appl. Good condition. AU Whirlpool. 30" electric range. 2.S cu.fl. above stove microwave. Dishwasher. $200 obo. 704- 8164478 Waiher/dryer, top of the line $250. Call 704-79B- 8836 (or more Informa- ,Uwnft Barden ~ John Deere LZ266 lawn tractor. $500.00 Call 704-637-7064 Ior more Machtnsry •?. 4 Tonis KlW Gentnttr TITAN MODEL TG 6SOOES, gas engine, revolving field, al­ternating current (AC) gen­erator designed to supply, electrical power for compat­ible electrical tools, motors, appliances, and lighting. Operates at 120 volt. $450 704-639-1595 Mlse For Sale: DVD/CD tower rack, metal. $10. Call 704- 431-0361 after Spm. Keurtng Vui brewer, like new. With v-cup holder. Extra filter & manual. $50. CalVtext 704-433-7513 Lamps. 2 brass colored metal lamps. No bulbs or shades. $10. Call 704- 431-0381 after 5pm. Queen eemfwtir with bag. Southern Llvlrig brand. Tan & orange. $50. Call/text 704-433-7513 J 3 e b b i e ] s NOW HIRING!!! Positions AvailableAssembly/Manufacturing Workers $8.40 Temp to Hire Location: Mocksville N.C. Al Debbie's Stalling 300 South Main Street Mocksville NC 27028 Call 336-609-6667 for details. H N everaFee EOE ■ Pollce/Uv. Enlorcement Town ot Mocksville Police Department POLICE OFFICER POSITIONS The Town of Mocksville Police Department Is accepting applications (or I R lli TIME POUCE OFRCER and 3 RESERVE OFFICER positions. Requirements: Graduation from High School (or GEO), BLET Certificate, possession of a General Certtflcatfon from NC Training and Standards, and valid NCDL. Pass alT pre­ employment testing, background Investiga­ tion and drug screen. Starting salary for full time officer - $32,500. Online applications are available at Application will be accepted thru January 30,201S. (Persons who applied In October need not reapply: send a letter of Interest If a position is still desired). Send applications and resume to: Mocksville Police Department Attn: Chief Todd Penley 278 N. Main St.. Mocksville, NC 27028 To*nol MockMIIaban Equal Ooportxuty EmpkJW' Mlfec For Sale i Truck tool box. Fits smaller trucks. $50.704- 223-1298 60 split rails 4 fence. $ 5/each. Call 704-637- 7064 Ior more Informa- * . TV. DVS1 & Vldeo 1 TV. 19 ’ OrIonTV tor sale. $25. Box style tv In great condition. 704-633-7604 TV. 27“ Durabrand TV, $35. Box Style TV. but In great working condition. Call (704)633-7604 65" Byitex LCD HDTVfor sele $300. Good condi­tion. Call (704)633-7604 IWIihlToiBiiyUotcliiinillw Timber Minted - Plne or hardwood. 5 acres or more select or clear cut. Shaver Wood Products, Inc. Call 704-278-9291. /Lost and; Found ; ; Houses ; I FdrRent1 iI Manufacturedrj i HnnraFdrRent. Like Us On Facebook, help reunite Lost & Found Pels natter Rd. 3BR, 1BA. HUGE living room. New appliances, new heat pump. 1-car garage. Pri­vate lot. No pets. $700/mo. * $700 dep. 338-617-0237 Mobile homes for rent 2 &3BR Shady Acres MHP, John Crotts Rd.. Mocksville. HUD accept­ed. No pets. 336-909- 2092 or 336-998-82221 Cals F- Free Ads FREE cow manure. Need to move early. Will help load. Call 704-640- 4224 or 704-279-7520 Area near NRHS, Spencer. Older, tan ChI- COTTON. Please call found. Leave a message. FREE male cat. Neutered, rabies shot, Vbry friendly. Indoor/out­door. Call 704-73B-3703 after 4pm. Mocksvttfe. Large 2BR, 2BA w/garden tub. Com­pletely fenced yard (front 6 back). Carport. Com­pletely remodeled with NEW large covered deck. NO PETS-AutomatIc evic­tion. S500/mo. * S300 de­posit. 704-548-7255 Mocksville ana, Newly remodeled Energy effi­cient 3BR, 1 BA w/bonus room, ready soonl $650/mo. + dep. Call 336-908-0864Lostand /Found - Lett DdR, Shih Tzu/Chl- hafrDk wwn earaCook"! Happy Lake fld. area. Reward 704-680-7144Dogs Boxsr1 Hound, Australian Shepherd. Medium to large adults, 4 white spotted, 1 brown, 1 black. 704-267-3679 BOB FOUND. German Shepherd found near Hwy 150 and Airport Rd on evening of 12/31. Call 704-576-4690. Offlceft Comm. Rental • Mocksville. For rent -1100 ! sq. ft. office building near Walgreens. Excellent location, high’traffic vol­ume, Ideal for any busi­ness. Plenty ot parking, super cleanl $950/mo. Call 336-470-2951 Found dog, black mats, ap­prox. one year old, very sweet, Fannie Sloan Rd., Millbrldge area. Call 910- 352-4326 to Identify. V ■ Autos Century 211Diad Rental Properties available In various price ranges in Davle County, Forsyth and sur- roundlngcountles. For Information on all Rentals please go to: WWW.CENTURY21TRIAD.COM. Click yel­ low rental tab. For an appointment to view a property or to get an application, call: 336-751-5555 FINAMCINB AVAILABLE RE6AR01SS OF GREDfTI Honda 2010 Accord, fully loaded. $300 down, Good credit, bad credit, no credit, no problem! Call 704-872-5255 www.tagofnc.com Terrace Apts., 1 S 2 BR, all appl. Central H/A. Starling at $450. Call 336-751-0166 Houses ; ForRent Manufactured t HomesForRent; Davla Ceunty. SW mobile home. 3BR, 28A. No pels. Sect. 6 OK. 336- 575-5644 / 336-575-2101 In Country- SBR brick house. No pets. $650/ mo. + deposit and refer­ences. 336-284-4758 Davfe County. 2 & 3BR. No pets. Secluded. Dep. required. HUD accept­ed. 336-391-6437 /Yftick* SinttJ Ford F100, 1671 $3600 ' AND 1995 Ford 4x4 . F150 $3000 Call 338- 448-8854. !M ca s bad credit-100% The FTC says any lit repair company claims IobeaNe to legally remove accurate end Umaly Informatlon from your credit report Is tying. TTierats n easy tlx forbad credit time and a con­scious effort Io pay your debts. Learn about managing credit arid ' at flc.gov/cradll. wougetromltie SaSsbury Posti the FTC. m D5+A B 12 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD 1T hursday, Jan. 8,2015 PICKLES BYBRIAN CRANE WHV AREM'T VOO UlEARtNIfi \ ? V VOOR GLASSES, GBAMMA? J W POH1T 1TtoU NlEEP N ‘ - TMENA TO SEE WITH?I COOLPHT FlMP THEM THIS MORHINfi I'M OVER HERE, ... V GRAMMA OHLV WEAR THEM TO MARE ME LOOK SMARTHO, NOT REALLY BYSTEVE KELLEY & JEFF PARKERDUSTIN THIS 15 ITV PUSTIN. )E- V-/ FIT'IG I l THfOWING AWAV MONEY • yW V ON THOSE THINGS? .----- EEfflOUEEY' FITCH?ABSOLUTELVr PUPE- I'VE GOT A FEEEING ABOUT THIS ONE FITCH' WHY PO YOU KEEPA EOTTEffY ? H/ cm MAN/1 WISHIHAPA POLLAP FOP EO T TIME HAPPENEP, MOTHER GOOSE & GRIMM BY MIKE PFTERS HONEST, MT CHEATING ON V O O m O F COURSE in S I ^ I ^■'■raraiamg GOOP THEWB ALREAPVCAREFUL. THE SOlIP (5 A LITTLE HOT. WHERE COUOH 5YRUP COMEd FROM The Record Is Over War Eagle Wresters Stop Nation’s Longest Winning Streak Page BI Win Cash Pick The Winners InBasketbaII Page B3 DAVIE C O U N T Y ENTER PRI/ER ECORD USPS 149r160 Number 3.<t E. Davie Sewer Meeting Tuesday Details Of Option 3 To Be Presented B y M ikc B a rn h a rd t Enterprise R ecord T hey’re still w aiting for the details, but residents o f the Un­ derpass R oad area o f A dvance seem pleased w ith the county’s latest proposal to provide w aste­ w ater service to portions o f east­ ern D avie. A public m eeting on O ption 3 - w hich w ould place a forced m ain line m ostly .along road rights of ,w ay until it reaches the Yadkin River behind the northern edge o f the G reenw ood Lakes subdivi­ sion - w ill be held at 6 p jn . T ues­ day, Jan. 20 at the A dvance R re D epartm ent. It w ill be a tim e to hear about the plan, and ask questions. County com m issioners are ex­ pected to m ake a decision on M onday, Feb. 2. T he w astew ater w ould be sent to W inston-Salem /Forsyth utili­ ties, w hich has agreed to a per­ petual agreem ent w ith rates the sam e as those in W inston pay. "W e appreciate it that you have heard us,” said Lori Perkins, w ho w as am ong those w ho presented a petition to the county saying they opposed a gravity line along Sm ith and Carter creeks or a new plant in their neighborhood, plans know n as O ption I and O ption 2. “W e w ill continue to inform the com m unity ... the other tw o op­ tions have not been elim inated.” Carl M oser praised County M anager M ike Ruffin. U ntil he Please See Sewer - Page 5 Thursday,-Jan. IS, 2015 NORVI5 W i : " L KOfL' Wreaths Across America Mocksville Woman’s Club member Jean Saunders prepares to place a wreath at a grave at the National Cemeterjtj in Salisbury. To learn more about the Wreaths Across America project, please turn to page Cl. Mocksville In Good Financial Shape By M ikc B a rn h a rd t Enterprise Record The Tow n o f M ocksville is in excellent financial condition. T hat’s not exactly earth-shat­ tering new s, according to Eddie C arrick, auditor w ho presented the latest report to tow n board m em bers last w eek. T he reports are alw ays positive. “Ya’ll do things a lot o f sm all tow ns can’t do,” C arrick said. “Ya’ll should be com m ended. Stay conservative .... and stay in good financial shape.” Carrick said his com pany au­ dits about 16 tow ns in N orth C arolina, and m ore than half are struggling financially. Last year in M ocksville, ex­ penses w ent dow n w hile reve­ nues increased, he said, indicat­ ing the local econom y is in. good shape. The tow n has about tw ice the average percentage in reserve than m ost tow ns - som e $5.7 m il­ lion. “T here’s nothing w e’re doing to give ya’ll a good report. It’s y a ’ll. M ost sm all tow ns can’t provide the quality o f life that you do.” O n a question from board m em ber L ash Sanford, Carrick said that w hile internal financial controls could be better, that is alm ost im possible to do w ith such a sm all office staff. H e en­ couraged board m em bers to stay involved in all aspects o f tl}e'. tow n finances. I•} “The good report is basically! due to the hard w ork Christiiie; (Bralley, tow n m anager) does' and the people w ho w ork for her.' T hey are the ones responsible,” said M ayor D r. Francis Slate. “It takes everyone w orking to^ gether,” Bralley said. March, Program To Commemorate Life Of Dr. King . T he A nnual D avie County O bservance in m em ory o f Dr. M artin Luther K ing Jr. w ill be held on M onday1Jan. 19. A gathering w ill begin at noon at the M ocksville Town Square follow ed by the M em orial M arch to St. John A M E Zion Church, 145 Cam pbell Road. T he speaker at St. John w ill be D r. D avid R . Baker, presiding elder o f the Statesville D istrict of the A M E Zion Church. H e holds a bachelor’s degree from Livingstone College, a m aster’s from H ood Sem inary, and a doctor o f m inistry from G ordon-Conw ell T heological Sem inary. In his 38 years o f m in­ istry, his com m unity involve­ m ent included: associate pro­ gram coordinator - D avie County C orrectional Facility, -advisor to the m ayor o f Tuskegee, A la. and three term s on the H igh Point City Council. H e has been an instructor at several institutions and has taught a course on Dr. K ing at Df- David R. Baker will speak Shaw U niversity. at the Dr. Martin Luther King The B 2SE Youth C hoir w ill Jr. observance Monday in perform . Mocksville. Former POW: Even With Faults, America The Greatest Country’ By M ike B a rn h a rd t Enterprise R ecord H arold Frank is 90 years old. W hen he w as 19, he never thought he -w ould see his 20th birthday. A nd he alm ost didn’t. Frank w as captured during W orld W ar II and put in a G er­ m an prisoner o f w ar cam p. A l­ ready lean, he lost 90 pounds in 10 m onths. H e w ears the bullet that struck him on a chain around his neck - every day. C ontinuing w ith their tradi­ tion o f having u veteran lead in the Pledge o f A llegiance at the beginning o f county com m ission m eetings, last w eek it w as Frank w ho proudly stood and saluted O ld G lory. “It’s an honor,” he said. “It’s an honor to live in the great­ est country on earth. W e’ve got faults ... but w e’re still the best,’f he said. F rank,-w ho received an ova-, tion from the crow d at the month-! Iy m eeting, w as also praised by­ com m issioners. ; “Freedom really is not free,”. ' said board chair, Terry Renegar- “W e ow e all o f our veterans an1 unpayable debt o f gratitude.” ; “M r. Frank, w e tip our hat to! you,” said M ark Jones. C ounty M anager M ike R uffin, > acting on a request b y Com m is-; B sioner R ichard Poindexter the previous m onth, announced that- U S 158 could be proclaim ed a; “B lue Star M em orial H ighw ay”: in honor o f all veterans. H e said the tow n o f M ocksville has prop­ erty w here a sign can be erected. 689076382120 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 ay , J a n . 15,2015 Sunday Cruises On Country Roads Chances are, we’ll be cruising by your house one Sunday afternoon soon. W e’ll be the vehicle going slowly. Taking in the sights. W e’re in no hurry. On Sunday, we cruised every backroad in Farmington and W yo, drifting north into Yadkin County. We even drove the deadend Dancehall Road. I remember when there really was a dance hall there. We went over to Pudding Ridge and Pin- ebrook Road, and I gave a history lesson as' I rode shotgun about Lord Cornwallis marching his troops froni Salisbury to cross the Yadkin River at Shallowford enroute to the Bat­ tle of Guilford Courthouse. T he previous Sunday, we drove south to Greasy Com ers, north to M ocksville and then west to Center and Sheffield and Bear Creek, stopping at the cemetery to visit the graves o f our Sm oot and Eaton relatives. W e are slowly logging the hours for my 15-year-old driver, He m ust have 60 hours behind the wheel before he’s eligible to get his driver’s license. Thank goodness for the falling gasoline prices. I’m using the tim e for geography lessons.’making sure he knows where he is and how to get back home. M y student driver terrified me on the first outing. Now, he’s settled down. N ojackrabbit starts and stops. He’s pretty smooth. I have always been the driver, rarely acting as the pas­ senger. Frankly, I’m beginning to like the different role. I get to see more. O n Sunday we saw Confederate flags waving. M ules and ciows. Fancy mailboxes and tractors. And lo tso f bam s. _ . We have practiced parking at W alniait and Hanes M ai], PaiTIllV ThanKTUI FOf A CafinQ COmfflUnitV making sure my son stops in a comfortable position to leave, » Jr even if it means walking in the parking lot. I’ve preached about the hazards o f backing up. F N 3 U 3 ! YKMMeO P V U -.. K U - '* * ) In The Mail ... ‘Gone With The Wind’ Last month marked the 75th anniversary of the release of the epic movie “Gone W ith The W ind.” I watched it again at home over Christmas, urging one o f my sons to sit through it w ith me, H e declared that Scarlett O 'H ara is one bad, bad girl. . For m e, the m ovie was just as wonderful as ever. Isa w it first on the big screen 40 years ago. It remains m y favorite m ovie o f all tim e. Sadly, younger generations are reluctant to watch-it because it is so long, 221 m inutes. Indeed, the intermission midway through Uie movie is hard to explain to kids thesfe days. T h eb o b k S id Uiemovie were landmark events Uiat dw arf any movie release current generaUons have witnessed. Tasked my m other if she read Uie 800-page book when she was a girl. “Several times,” she said. The movie won eight Oscars, but Clark Gable did not w in best actor. That went to Robert Donat in “G oodbye, Mr. Chips.” Jpsey Wales, The Sequel W ho knew there are tw o Josey W ales stories? For Christ­ m as, I received a book with both W estern tales. “The Outlaw Josey W ales” is one of m y favorite W estern movies, starring Clint Eastwood, and made from the book “Gone to Texas” by Forrest Carter. Eastwood passed on a movie on the sec­ ond story, a sequel, when Josey Wales seeks vengeance one more tim e for the m urder o f the barfly Rose who appears in the movie. Ohio State Lawnmower Fan? I; had approached Monday night's NCAA.national cham ­ pionship football gam e between O hio State and Oregon without emoUon until Elizabeth reminded m e that I have an O hio State Buckeyes lawnmower — bought last sum­ m er from a neighbor who m oved away. The lawnmower is bedecked in Ohio State decals. M y lawnmower’s team won. - Dwight Sparks PAVIB C O U NTY E N T E R PR I/^E C O R D USPS 149-160 . 171 S. Main SL1 P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27026 (336)751-2120 Published weekly by Salisbury Newsmedia LLC Dwight Sparks...............................Editor/Publisher Robin Snow....................................General Manager Mike Barnhardt.... ,................Managing Editor Ray Tutterow..................................Advertising Director Brian Pttts......................................:.Sports Editor Mocksville Enterprise Davle Record Cooleemee Journal 1916-1956 1899-1956 1901-1971 . Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy, 50 Cents $26.69 PerYearIn NC; $32J)3 outside N.C. POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to: Davte County Enterprise Record P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 To Uie editor Lonna and Billie McDaniel have been blessed by the out­ pouring of love, care and compassion from our fellow firefight­ ers, community, friends and family. On Saturday, Jan. 3 at Cornatzer-Dulin R re Dept., they held a fundraiser. Lonna is going blind in her right eye. Lots of hard work went into Uie fundraiser in a short time. To say thank you doesn't seem like enough for everyone who participated. AU worked Urelessly tom eet theneedofoneof their fellow firefighters. Thanks to all fire departments, law enforcement, churches and businesses, the Piedmont Antique Power Asso­ ciation, N.C. Campefs on Mission and the Jones Sisters. - We have a heartfelt appreciation for the thoughtfulness that has been shown. If we missed anyone, please forgive us. The Broughton Mission A Success • T otheeditor • ■-y A big’thank you goes to everyone who helped with our Broughton Hospital Christmas mission. It could not have been a success without the help of our volunteers who made the trip to Broughton to put the gifts together and wrap them so the patients could have a merry Christmas. A big thank you also to the people who donated the gifts that made this happen. We look forward to next year when we can build on this mis­ sion and continue to help those in need. ‘ God bless. Phyllis Nichols Mocksville Foster Children, Needy Adults Benefit From Local Donations To the editor: Davie County Department of Social Services’ Foster Care Team hosted its annual Christmas party for the 77 youths in DSS custody on Dec. 18.The Ioveand generosity of our Davie County community helps to ensure that our foster children and disabled and needy adults of Davie County can look forward to a bright year ahead. Our thanks to the generosity of our gold member contribu­ tors - Robert Saul, Piedmont CARS Association, Paige and ;Richaid Stephenson. Thanks also to Barbara Laymon, United Way of Davie, Mocksville Rrst United Methodist Church, Hunters Helping Kids, Grayson Goss, Ryanne W allace, Toys forTots, Joy MarinaslDuIin United Methodist Church, Jericho Church of Christ, Amber Allen, Ellen Dreschler, Harvey and Cindy Bayne, all the businesses for donations, and to all those who have donated their energy, time and money for our foster care youth, families and disabled and needy adults o f Davie County. »■ Wendy Bouchard Davie DSS Foster Care Social Worker Santa To A Senior Successful To the editor: Home Instead Senior Care would like to sincerely thank all of the community members, organizations, and churches who participated in our Be A Santa To A Senior Program this year. Their generous participation in identifying deserving seniors was a tremendous benefit to the overall success of the program. The contributions of gifts, donations and money allowed us to deliver holiday gifts and bring joy to the lives of close to 380 low income or lonely seniors in Davie and Davidson counties. Walgreens, including Mocksville and Advance, graciously allowed us to set up our “senior” trees at their locations. We also partnered with the Davie Family YMCA to display a do­ nation box for more generally requested items. A special thank you to the Trinity Baptist Academy Choir for singing Christ­ mas carols during our gift delivery. Without the support o f the entire community these seniors would not have had such a special Christmas. Laura Gobble Lexington kindness you have shown to us will never be forgotten. Billie and Lonna McDaniel Mocksville FROM THE OTY OF ADVANCE. Wiiat Oiir Wild-Eyed Reporter Saw and . Heard on His Round*. I wilt attempt to Rive you a few Bquibs from this baliwick. Tump Foster has turned out Hia whiskers again. You,may look for fair weather if there is Anything in signs. His whiskers Kave the .beau­ tiful glow of an autumnal sunset that usually foroshadows fair weath­ er. Alex Kimbrough also, not to be. outdone, has commenced to grpw a very Iuxuriet mustache which Rives him a decidedly striking resemb­ lance to Jeff in the Iambua Mutt and Jeff csoapades. Dr. Watkins says that since he has lost bis lucrative job* as High­ way Commissioner for Shady Grove township that he wiii resume the practice of medicine. The fellow who entered the depot at this place one night recently and appropriated one keg of good old Virginia joy juice is hereby notified that he has committed an unpardon- able deed against the peace amFdipi- nity of the community, i&o -doiifcit Iheiaa manof some conscience as he singled out only one package out of many and only damaged the de­ pot by removing one window pane. What was happening In Advance in 1915? Edith ; Zimmerman sent in this account, researched ; from the Davie Record by Marie Roth. Letters W elcome T he Enterprise R ecord w elcom es lettere from its’ : readers on topics o f local, state, national o r interna­ tional issues. A n effort w ill be m ade to print all let- ■ tore, provided they are not libelousj vulgar or.in poor taste. T he editor reserves the right to e d itie tte rs for gram m ar and*for space. A lllette rssh o u ld in c lu d e th en a m e an d a d d re sso f ■ the w riter,includingasighaturejA teleptionenum ber, not to. be published, is also requested. Please have lettere in the new spaper office no later than 4 p m . M onday o f the w eek to be published. D ayie C ounty Enterprise R ecord P.O .B ox,9 9 ,M ocksville,davie3@ centurylinik.net. DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 15,2015 - 3 ' t l m FAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTfiY Andrew J. 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M ocksville, NC 336-753-1315 ^mountain DESICNS47A yt (336)940-3178 1890 Farmington Rd * Mocksville g J OWlld Mountain Dtilgnsand Ait RANDY WILIER^ &sons m SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 295 Mlkr Road - MecksviHt c,-,- (336) 2 8 4 -2 8 2 6 c « Wa Pump Sepfic Taifts lnsPector York’sExxon Ju n io r & A aronY ork 24 Hour Wncttr Smiu NC IitspecHonf Automothe Repairs 184 Salisbury St., Mocksville 336-751-2220 H U H 4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 15,2015 SURF Gearing Up For Popsicle Run; Grants Davie Foundation Presi­ dent Jane Simpson is in train­ ing. She issued a challenge Io the Davie County SURF Board members: if they raise S5K for the upcoming, Pop- sicle 5K-'Racel;she w illhih.in the race. If they raise SlOK', she wilt run’ the race wearing th£Popsicle Man Costume. ‘ rSURF Boardstudents have taldbn the challenge to heart. They are raising sponsorships. for the Feb. 21 race. but they could use a little help. Spon­ sorships must be in place by Jan. 23 to appear on the race t-shirt and directional signs. If;y.ou would ,like to help the SURF Boand Teach its challenge and see Simpson take to the streets in running attire, you can make a dona­ tion. Contact SURF Advi­ sor Tami Daniel at tdaniel© daviefoundation.org or 336- 918-5226 for information on . sponsorship levels, or submit donations directly to the foun­ dation office. Checks should be payable to The Davie Community Foundation with E |a jn a Burr, Hampton Smith, and Chris C arr cheer on Jan e Sim pson and Nick Sinopoli in their training for the 4th Annual P Popsicle 5K m the memo sec- tion.. Funds fromIhe 4th Annual Popsicle 5K will stay in Da­ vie County. The SURF Board will be* seeking proposals for youth sponsored grants to benefit youth in Davie Coun­ ty. All funds raised through the Popsicle 5K, and sponsor­ ships go into the SURF Board Grantmaking.. “So, your donation not only helps the SURF Board reach their goal, but will also make a difference to the young people of Davie Coun­ ty. Thank you for your sup­ port,” Daniel said. Interested runners can reg­ ister to run in the Popsicle 5K on Active.com, or in person at the foundationoffice. - Youth Helping Youth Since 2011 Jan e Simpson, and Popsicie Man, Nick Sinopoli take a breather from training. Would you like to make a difference in the lives of the young people of Davie County? Do you have an idea for a project that would benefit young people in Davie County? Would you like to receive funding in part or possibly in whole for your project? The Davie County SURF Board is seeking proposals for youth-led projects that would benefit children or youth in Da­ vie County. Proposals are due at I p.m. on Feb. 27. The proj­ ect must be led by a youth (6th-12th grade student) and super­ vised by an adult (over 21). The youth must make the proposal presentation to the SURF Board at the March 9 meeting. Below is a list of past projects that the SURF Board has funded. They are hoping to receive at least 10 proposals for consideration this year. . 2014 < Davie High STEM Ambassadors - $960 Birthdays in a Box. Funds were used to put together everything needed to throw a birthday party. The kits were then given to A Store­ house ^or;Jesus for.distribution., . . • Davie High Hunger Fighters - $1,650 “Stockings for SchTOl^Funds wefetUS&i to fill 200 stockings with,school, supplies to distribute to middle school and high school stu­ dents, 2013 • Davie County 4-H - Clover Club - $500. Funds pur­ chased puppet show supplies for the club to provide entertain­ ing and educational puppet shows for pre-school and elemen­ tary students • Davie County 4-H - Wardrobe Warriors - $1,000. Funds purchased stylish teen clothes that were donated to A Store­ house for Jesus to be distributed to teens in need in the com­ munity in an effort to combat teen self-esteem issues • Davie High Hunger Fighters - Stockings for School - $500.. Funds purchased school supplies to help replenish school supplies for DHS students in need' • Davie High Odyssey of the Mind - $2,000. Funds went to the registration fees for the Odyssey World Finals competition. It’s an international educational program that provides creative problem-solving opportunities for students kindergarten-col-: lege 2012 • Davie High Hunger Fighters - $4,000. Grant funds sup­ ported the purchase of food for student’s families without food. • Davie County Young Filmmakers Club - $1300. Grant funds were used to purchase an iMac for film editing work. 2011 • Cooleemee First Baptist Youth - $1,000. Grant funds sup­ ported a clothing closet and soup kitchen run by the youth of Cooleemee First Baptist Church. • Davie County Young Filmmakers Club - $650. Grant funds helped the Davie County Young Filmmakers purchase equipment which enabled them to produce higher quality vid­ eos. • Davie Cpyntyi^ ly jC p y e g e ^$25p_,;i_Grant funds were used to purchase snacks for.an after-school tutoring program. If interested in receiving an application, contact tdaniel© daviefoundation.org. Requests are due by lp m . on Feb. 27. Applicants will be contacted to present their request to the SURF Board at its meeting on March 9 at the Davie Founda­ tion Office. The board will vote on the proposals and grant awards the following week. For information on the Davie County SURF'.Board and the Davie Community Foundation, please visit daviefoundation. org. Bumphus: ‘Education Is The Best Equalizer’ ' '2 Bom into a family of 10 children with parents who didn’t finish high school. Dr. W alter Bumphus, president and CEO of the American A ssociation of Community Colleges, epitomizes the mantra he espouses: “Educa­ tion is the great equalizer.” Bumphus shared personal and national perspective on the’ future direction of higher education during Davidson County Community Col­ lege’s opening session for faculty and staff last \veek. ‘T his is the Camelot mo­ ment for community col- • leges,” said Bumphus. “This brief shining moment in time, where the promise of the fu­ ture that community colleges can provide for the nation's citizenry has been realized,” noting that community col­ leges across the country are enjoying recognition by President Obama and appre­ ciation at the national level. “Community colleges have been criticized for grad­ uation and success rates that are inadequate ... and right­ fully so,” said Bumphus, before sharing statistics sug­ gesting that the three most recent years worth of data on college completions indicate that community colleges are on track to meet the presi­ dent’s initiative to increase graduates by 5 million by 2020. “W e’ve enjoyed three remarkable years,” said Bumphus. “The three most recent years worth of data on completions indicate that community colleges are in­ creasing the number of certif­ icates and associate degrees awarded - nearly IO percent more in 2012-13 than were awarded in ,2010-11. Com ­ munity colleges awarded 55,000 more associate de­ grees in 2012-13 than they did in 2010-11.” Bumphus, who cited his close friendships with DCCC’s president, Dr. Mary Rittling, who also serves on the national AACC board, and Scott Ralls, president of the N.C. Community Col­ lege System, acknowledged the work being accomplished among community colleges like DCCC. ‘‘I’ve been hearing great accolades for not only what is happening at this institu­ tion but in the state,” said Bum phus. “M ost of our col­ leges are receiving more funds from student tuition than sf"' •• fa d in g , but North Car ,.ha is a north star for a1 o f higher education in terms of keeping tuition costs down.” Bum phus' address in­ cluded a number of personal stories regarding his own family. A father of four with 13 grandchildren, five of whom are college students, he noted the stories of his own successful children over the course of tw o generations - due in large part to educa­ tion. Bumphus encouraged DCCC’s faculty and staff to “wake up everyday, look in the mirror, and ask, ‘W hat can I do to make a difference in one student's life today?”’ He suggested a change in priorities toward college suc­ cess rates and success with continued high standards and expectations. “If they (stu­ dents) are in the best condi­ tion for learning when they get to the classroom, then we will have done our jobs,” said Bumphus. “If what we’re doing (to eradicate gaps) is working for some, let's do it for everybody.” Bumphus listed among the following some trends he sees on the horizon for com­ munity colleges: • College completion and going to scale with effective practices; • Continued focus on serv­ ing veterans; • Developmental educa­ tion (especially in the area of math); • College readiness and Common Core State Stan­ dards; • International education; • Community colleges of­ fering bachelor’s degrees; and • Income inequality; “At the end of the day, it’s still about the relation­ ship between the instructor and his or her student,” said Bumphus. “You’ve still got to be committed to the stu­ dent in your classroom each and every day.” “We were indeed humbled and blessed to host Dr. Bum­ phus at DCCC,” said Susan Burleson, vice president, student success and commu­ nications.- provided not only. a national perspective regarding. community col­ leges, but he reminded us of the valuable w ork we do and the difference it makes in the lives of our students and the communities we serve.” • Bumphus leads the Amer­ ican Association, of Com­ munity:’ Colleges as presi­ dent and CEO. Previously, he served as a.professor and chair in the Community Col­ lege Leadership Program at the University of Texas at Austin. He has been presi­ dent o f the Louisiana Com­ munity and Technical Col­ lege. System, chancellor of Baton Rouge Community Dr. W alter Bum phus (left) and Ken White, David­ son County Community College Board of Trustees, chair. "He has the heart of a teacher," W hite said asi he welcom ed Bum phus to the podium for his pre-- sentation to faculty and staff. I College and president of Brookhaven College in Dal­ las County Community Col­ lege District. He worked in the corporate world as presi­ dent of the Higher Education Division of Voyager Expand­ ed Learning and has served on several presidential com­ m issions and task forces. The American Associa­ tion of Community Colleges is the primary advocacy and support organization for community colleges at the national level. AACC sup­ ports and promotes its; member colleges through! policy initiatives, programs^ research and outreach to! business, industry and the-' national news media. The as-; sociation represents nearly! 1,200 two-year, associate; degree-granting institutions! and more than 13 million; students. The colleges are the! largest and fastest-growing* sector of U.S. higher educa-’. tion, enrolling close to half; (45 percent) o f all U.S. un-; dergraduates. ’ DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Ja n . 15,2015 • 5 Mocksville Woman Wins Yadtel Facebook Contest • YADKIN VILLE - Yadtel Telecom donates money and gifts throughout the year, but this recent Christmas season the company, found a creative way to help those in need. Two weeks before Christ­ mas Day, the company launched a week-long contest on its Facebpok page to give away two children's bicycles and two K indle'Fires to one winner. To encourage partici­ pation, they pledged to donate $1 to The Salvation Army for each entiy, and if the total ex­ ceeded 1,000, they promised . TVs to three runner-ups. It worked. On the Friday before Christmas, Yadtel posted a video on its Facebook page to announce that Tiffany Hen­ drix of Advance had won the bicycles and Kindles while three others had won TVs. The company also announced that a check for $1300 would be going to The Salvation Army. “It was seriously the best news I could have received,” says Hendrix, a mother of three wjJh&fourth (aboy) due in February. “I found out I’d .won while lying in a hospital bed. I cried.” Sew er... Z>ct. SS ' . T l T ZffWtif $ 1.300 .*- O ne tV A ouM nd ^ A te e rTffuttdned . .•(**. Yadtel’s Mark C artner presents check to theSalva- tion Army, accepted by and Major Jam es Allison. Hendrix, a nurse at Baptist Urgent Care in Mocksville, was a patient at Forsyth Hos­ pital for three days the week before Christmas. Tests for preeclampsia would prove negative, but on Friday eve­ ning, Dec. 19, she was still awaiting the results. “I'Vi’as so stressed about everything,” she said. "The pregnancy had been diffi­ cult and I hadn't had time to Christmas shop. Winning the contest was perfect." . Christmas brought lots of YadtelTefecam m m excitement in the Hendrix household as Zoe (6) and Gavin (4) each received a new bicycle and a Kindle Fire. “They were so excited,” Hen­ drix said. “They had no idea what they were getting.” Iiffany and her husband Kevin also have a 2-year-old daughter named Harper. The check for $ 1300 writ­ ten to The Salvation Army will be divided among Davie, Yadkin and Iredell counties - the three primary counties in Tiffany Hendrix with the bicycles and Kindle Fires she won in a Yadtel Telecom Yadtel’s service area. Facebook contest. Continued From Page I station behind Greenwood plant, came on board, only Options Lakes be moved further north, M osernoted that the pump I and 2 were being consid- to the site of Bermuda Run’s station along US 158 sorae- ered. He suggested the pump aging wastewater treatment times emits a “stifling smell” Peoples Creek Bridge Replacement Starting N.C. Department of Trans­ portation contractors will re­ place the bridge on Peoples Creek Road over Peoples Creek in Davie County. Beginning Monday, Jan. 19, crews will close Peoples Creed Road in both direc­ tions, just south'bf J it f !"rye’ Road. M otorists7WfiI stilf be7- able to access residences and businesses on either side of the bridge construction area, up to the points of closure. * Construction should be complete and the road re­ opened by Friday, May 8. Motorists can use the signed detour route along NC 801. They are advised to use caution in the area and allow additional travel time to reach ttlfiif deiitfifAtiofl4‘3afely. * This project is part o f the' department’s statewide bridge program to improve the con­ dition of the state’s bridges, The current bridge was built 1966 and is considered struc­ turally deficient and function­ ally obsolete. That means while the bridge remains safe, it has been in deteriorat­ ing condition and had weight limits set which restricted the types of vehicles that could travepa’cross it. The new bridge will be built to current design stan­ dards and will not have the weight restrictions of the cur­ rent bridge. and is concerned the new sta­ tion could do the same. Moser said some of the “anti-Bermuda Run" senti­ ment that has been brewing could be alleviated by moving the pump stadon to the town - which will reap the most ben­ efit from the system. “Let’s respect each other and do what’s morally right,” he said. Audrey Blackburn said the potential smell from the pump station is the No. I con­ cern. "This third option is so close to homes on Ashburton- (Drive). Consider the rest of us who may be impacted ... who can’t even hook on.” Commissioner John Fergu­ son called Option 3 “proper." The county learned residents • didn’t want the lines in their neighborhood and moved them; he said. “This-board will contin­ ue to listen and leam,” said Commissioner Dan Barrett. “Please continue to give us your input.” “We’ve heard you, w e’re listening,” said board mem­ ber, Mark Jones. “We will • continue to make this right for •. the whole community.” I-; “It’s been a work in prog!;- ress,” said Com m issioner'- Richard Poindexter. He said;! he has been against the idea of” - a sewer plant from the begin-; - filer Sweater Mocksville First United MethodistTfreschool celebrated National Sweat­ er Day by wearing their most festive holiday attire. The preschool also made a donation to Save the Children as part of their “Make the World Better with a Sweater" fundraising campaign. N I T i Say hello to Jack Price, DO Dr. Price welcomes new patients at Novant Health Davie MedicalAssociates Finding a physician in Mocksville who can care for your family just got easier. Dr. Price is board-certified in family medicine and ready to provide com passionate care for all the m em bers in your family — from infants to adults.-Convenient sam e-day appointm ents are available, so booking one when you or your child needs to see the doctor on short notice won't be a problem. Schedule an appointm ent with Dr. Price at 336-751-8000 or visit nhdaviem edicalassociates.org. Novant Health Davie Medical Associates 485 Valley Road, Mocksville Office hours Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Urgent care hours Saturday, 8 a.m. to noon Sunday, I p.m. to 5 p.m. Davie Medical Associates a department of Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center N m NOVANT'■ HEALTH 6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. IS, 2015 Public Records Building Permits * Someone attempting to rusalem, $180. ' Pow elltoN athanR . Singleton tor compressor from a store 28, of Charlotte, was charged T hefollow ingw ereissued steal an old water heater from -C aIah aIn P arm to D av id and Lynn Singleton, 2 tracts, on US 601 N., Mocksville, Jan. 4 with simple assault, building permits, listed by ap- Ihecraw lspacetoaresidence H aroldA ndersonandG Ioria Ca!ahaln,$176. was reported Jan. 8. Trial date: Feb. 12. plicant, type of building, esti- on Davie Street when they cut Wilson Anderson, 2 tracts. - TVacy Head Steele and - A Walgreen’s Bermuda - Jeffery Gene Ttirbeville1 H mated cost and location. a gas line, it was reported by • Annie E. Grant to Stepha- as executor of estate of Kaye Run employee reported Jan. 2 33, of Climax, was charged -JDHContracting,telecom: the homeowner on Jan.5. nie Grant Redmon, .37 acre. Prances Head, and William Iheyw erebeingharasserfand Jan.5 with two counts of felo- munication shelter, $375,987, -A bottleofvodkaw assto- Jerusalem. Jeffrey Steele, Shirley La- threatened by someone who ny larceny. Trial date: Jan. 15 Milling Rd., Mocksville. Ien from the ABC store, it was • Substitute TVustee Ser- vonne Barker, and Frieda Ann could not get medicine. in Guilfonl County. - G i . W ilson Building, reported Dec. 22. The suspect vices to Secretaiy of Veterans Snider and Roger Snider to - The attempted breaking - Steven James Baker, 17, upfit, $5,675,000,388 Gildan was identified from the store Affairs,-1 (ot, Jerusalem. Jennifer Head and William and entering of a residence on of Swicegood Street, was Dr.; Mocksville. surveillance cameras, and - Joseph Martin and Cheryl N. Spry, 2 tracts, Jerusalem, Calahaln Road, Mocksville, charged Jan. 5 with violation -ClaytonHom es,off-fram e Officer Jon M. Tblinger is at- M artintoLoiyK okoszka and $120. modular,. $187,000, Bear tempting to obtain a warmnt Chester Kikoszka, I acre, Je- ‘ Creek Chureh Rd., Mocks- for their arrest. rusalem, $246. Mocksville Police ville. - A man reported Nov. 29 -CitiFinanciaiServicingto - ^ e f .. - US 158, Mocksville, was re- o f Gloucester Lane, Mocks- t R.S. Parker Homes, single his cat had been shot to death William C. W ilkinson, I lot, Mocksville Police Depart- Ported-*an-4- ville, was charged Jan. 5 with was reported Jan. 4. - of pretrial release. TVial date: - The larceny of clothes Jan. 29. from a storage building off - Brady Franklin Link, 22, outside a Street.family dwelling, $200,000, Seay Drive, Advance. • Dick Aiideirson Construc­ tion, single family dwelling. Land Transfers $180,000, Primrose Rd., Ad- The following land vance- . fers were filed with the Da- on Watt Jerusalem, $30. - Marco Enterprises to Lar­ ry H. Yamaoka and Esther L. ment reports. MW Construction, re- vie Register o f Deeds, listed. Warden, 5 3 acre,Farmingion. v ■ . phone from a- restaurant onYamaoka, I tract, Mocksville, L j l - -n o aYndkinville Road was report­ ed Jan. 7. The larceny o f a battery $350: - Warden Inc. to Dallas G. model bathroom,' $22,230, Markland Rd., Advance. - Miller Building & Re- 'purchased with $2 represent- modeling,addition,$227,527, ing$lj)00. Pinebiook Dr., Mocksville. -S tateE m ployees1 Credit -R onaldR .andK ariL.B ur- Union to SECU*RE, 2 tracts, ford, addition, $75,335.51, Fulton,$104. Baltimore Rd., Advance; . The Bumfam to J. Reader - Siephen-Daugherty, stor- Construction; I lot, Farming- age building, $4,900, Ashley ton, $120. Lane, Mocksville. . Philip A. Glass, substitute - Covenant BuUding Co., trustee to State Employees1 addition, $114,000, McAIIis- Credit Union, I lot, Mocks- terRd.,M ocksviUe. ville, $347. - Tedford Randolph, com- . WiHiam W. Brabson, suc- pletion of repair, $20,000, cessor trustee to Batangas oen, acre, ram ungron. pack phone char. by parties involved, acreage, * " G ‘ N?ls°n aiI^ gets from Wal-Mart was re­township, and deed stamps c a ^nel1 s - N flson t0 Ronald ported Jan 7I IuuiAlt Anrl I AM I LI A,. IA,, * rL. Hewett and Lori J. Hewed, I tract, $640.Arrests e — i. ,, „ . . * Jacob TVIer Horton, 19,,‘.mil El L m l n M-HaI Of Owyn S M , WU d u n * * ported Jan. 4. ville, was charged Jan. 5 with - A trespasser was reported failure to appear in court. Tri- - T h , lareeny of a cell Jan.,4 at a resilience on Main al dale: Feb. 22. Church Road, Mocksville. • Melissa Jean Loper, 24, • The larceny of money of Farmington Road, Mocks- from a residence on Rupard ville, was charged Dec. 23 Trail was reported Jan. 5. with two counts of larceny. • The breaking and enter- Trial date: Jan. 29. ing of a residence on Legion • Donald Jerry W ilson, 57, Cemetery Street, Cooleemee, o f Trinity, was charged Dec. was reported Jan. 5i 22 with worker's comp fraud. • A woman reported Jan. Trial date: Jan. 8. 6 she received '!!"worthless • Matthew Brian Colon,a ,, „ n , , ui vjwyn uiicci, was cnarseo .. .,,,......Carroll H. Peters , to Melissa j an ^ 8(,0p[jftinE -JyjaI check at her residence on TEa- 22, of Winston-Salem, was J. McLemore; I lot, Farming- dilte. pej,- |g tons Q iurch Road, Mocks- charged Jan. 2 with failure !OH .K ra. ■ - K ennah AIIen Jdhtuton, vMle' 10 «PP ® !|n c 6h it.Trinl dale: nn ^ 39, of Calahnln Road, wn, Feb.. 27 In (jSilfcW 'cbnnty: Sha Weatherford Dunagan to c|,aige<| jan 5 w|t|t Sh00Hfi. * Brady Wayne Gaither Jr., Amanda Carolina Wimberly, Tune Elizabeth Freeman, 1.04 . Trialdaie- Feb 19 50, of Harmony, was charged 25,ofLexington,*wascharged4AMd I-APIkkiMAdevn VIA — * * I if f.L .,_____ ... -P ¥. A *. I P .«acres, Farmington, $10. • Patsy J, Smith to Ger­ ald Stephen Smith, 2 tracts, Farmington. - Suzanne Veach Samuel Rainbow Rd., Advance. Consulting, I villa, - Turner Built Homes, ton, $140. single family dwelling, _ $300,000, Creekview Dr., Ad- Renlly Coillruclion SeSTces, ' Dawn K - McClamrock , and.Robeit Somuel IO D anyl ^ T S a J Lee Veach, I lol, Jenm lent1 p . . ing. TVaflic Accident - A Mocksville man was charged with hit and run and DWI after a wreck in the Sun­ set Apartments'parking lot at Consulting to $140.Craig Lennie Hairston, 48, of Park HiU Lane, was driv- I viUa, Farmington, $140..ndt t! m , n Z n £ ing a 1998 Mercury when the andI Teiry D. M eClanuock . *brakes failed, causing ir to hit a brick support-holding an up­ stairs deck when fell on the car, reported Officer Nelson S. Rhodes. -L an y McDaniel Builders, . Janet C. Depriest, and ,0 Teny D. McClamrock, 2 reniodel, $39,850, Neely Rd., as ekecutor of estate of Jolin acres, Mocksville. Mocksville. crisp Crewley, and Joseph S. ' vickT H*n»r Luper and - Eric Rolen, storage build- Depriest,. Julia Elizabeth C. UonaldW -H arperandV ivian ing, $2,500, Backdraft Trail, Haste and Gary Haste Linda Renita HarPer to Peter Mor- Mocksville. C. Perry, Sidney A. Crawley l°n.2 "acis,$157. _________„ - Michael Thomas, remod- and Jennie Crawley, Sam J ' Secretary o f Housing and -TfIt-TUf S L Je p a rtin en t ____________________ d . $70,000, Borwcxxl Circle C m w leyniandK riM yC raw ; Urban Development to IH5 The following are from Da- Person County. - Zayda Herrera Garcia Bermuda Run. IeyloBradleyDunnChapm an proPertI1 n O'0' Carolin«- 1 7“ County Sheriff's Depari- - Leah Rochelle Chunn, 29, of Legion Hnt Road, was' - J. Reader Construe- and Sarah Bahnson Chapman, loLFarmington. ment reports. 46, of US 64 W., Mocksville, chatged Jan. U with driv- tion, single family dwelling, I lot,Farm ington,$ll6 . -O eraIdStephen Sm ithto -T helarcenyofndiyerand was charged Jan. 6 with four ing while license revoked Jan. 6 with three counts of Jan. 8 with failure to a felony conspiracy. Trial date: in court. Trial date: Feb. 10 in Forsyth County. - Elizabeth Dianne Virtue, - Christopher O 1Brian 27, of Harmony, was charged Perkins, 22, of Fonso Way, Jan. 6 with three counts of Mocksville, was charged Jan. felony conspiracy.-Trial date: 8 with failure to appear In Jun- 8. court. Trial date: Jan. 29 in • Jason Lee Church, 31, o f Forsyth County. Creason Road, Mocksville, - Justin Matthew Live- was charged Jan. 6 with as- say, 32, of Kemersville, was sault on a female. Trial dale: charged Jan. 8 with conspire- Jan. 29. cy to obtain property by false - Tara Lajaynesc Drewery, pretense. Trial date: Jan. 15. 45, of Durham, was charged He was charged with failure Jan. 6 with failure to appear to appear in court in Forsyth court. Trial date: Feb. 17 in County. Trial date: Jan. 14. $400,000, James Way, Ber­ muda Run. • Eastwood Construc­ tion, single family dwelling, $176,000, Kilboume Dr., Ber­ muda Run. G IennE-EverestandJean £atsy. J- Smith« 8.22 acres, vacuum from a residence on counts of felony conspiracy, and failure to stop at sign/red L. Everest to Daniel L. Mark- RarmInSton- County Line Road, Harmony, Trial date: Jan. 8. light. Trial daje: Feb 20 land and Megan J. Maakland, ' Ronald Cletxt Swaim and was reported Jan. 7. -GiIben Earl M cSwain,53. -L inC oInM onroeB roek 2 tracts, Mocksville, $209. Maryi Ann Swaim to Ron- * The breaking, entering 0j Durham, was charged Jan. Jr.,20,of Docks Way, Mocks- - Oak' V aiIey-Associaies 'flId -c Jtad Swaim,'2.0S;nerea, andlareeny of Xanax from a -g with writing a worthless .vjlle, was charged Jan IO to RS Parker Homea, I lot, 0 lalksS e; w fante check.Triaftfate: Peb'.'&j.J" wilW simple affray. Trial date: - Walter Thomas W illiams, Feb. 12. 28, of Newport, Tenn., was -D onnieL eeBeaver,31,of Trial date: Jan. 8. ..- Tetry Edgar Church, 43, affray. Trial date: Feb. 12. - Wendy Irene Martin, 41, - Ciystal Devore, storage Faim ingtoh,$lI8. " " " ’ * B°bby Wayne Hawkins Drive, Mocksville, was re­ building, $2,600, NC 801 S., - Michael S. Caplan and and Catherine C. Hawkins to ported Jan. 10. ................. ................................ ^ ng Dca<c| Cooleemee. Linda S. Caplan to James 8 atanSfls Consulting, I con- -ADeadmon Road, Mocks- charged Jan. 6 on an extradi- ' Nolley Road, Mocksville was - Isenhour Homes, town- Bjelski and Joan L. Biel- dominium. Farmington, $296. ville man reported Jan. 8 he tion order from another state, charged Jan. 10 with sintDle house, $170,000, N. Went- ski, 1.42 acres. Shady Grove, • " Batangas Consulting to was being harassed vm r*u. j - - -> worth Dr., Mocksville. $570. ' ’ *-°'s G- Holmes, I condomin- phone and texts. - Isenhour Homes, town- - Jonathan M. Lovelace and mm. Farmington, $296. house, $150,000, N. Went- Penny L. Lovelace to Ronald ‘ Susa." Dotzauer and Ste- worth Dr., Mocksville. L eeL am ascusandJulieJus- Phen Michele to Batangas 801 S., Mocksville. discharging a weapon into, an ure to comply with child sud* - Isenhour Homes, town- tine Lamascus, I lot, Shady consultinS. * villa. Fanning- * A Duke Street, Coolee- occupied property. Trial date: port order. Trial date- Jan 15 house, $170000, N . Went- G rove,$260. ton,$356. m ee.w om anreportedJan.il Feb. 12. in Davidson County worth Dr.. Mocksville. . Derek Gregory Tracy - Batangas Consulting to * e was being harassed with . Paula McDowell Church, - Steven U w rence Cait- Gregory to Nicole Maurice, I Eiaine Howell Graybeal, I telephone calls. 42> 0f Qla(1stone Road, ner, 24, of Woodward RoadCooleemeePoiice lot,M ocksville,$174. villa, Farmmgton, $356. - T h e la r c e n y o f a c e I l Mocksville, was charged Jan. Mocksville, was charged Jan’ The following are from -Henry P. Van Hoy II, trust- - Evelyn M. Smith and as phone from a church on US 4 with assault. Trial date: Jan. 9 with possession with intent- ----- - - executrix of estate of Blanche 601 S., Mocksville, was re- j5 ■ “ , . ■ 4 -W0- —i . 'ivtiyji UCJIB JVJdJIIII, -LI, I ‘ A wesposser was reported o f Gladstone Road, Mocks- o f Shirley’s Way, Mocksville, Jan. 10 at a residence on NC ville, was charged Jan. 4 with was charged Jan. 9 with fail- Cooleemee Police Depart- ee to IflCk G . Cortiher Sr., 3 ment reports. - A domestic dispute was reported Dec: 27 at a resi­ dence on Hickory Street. tracts, $400. J. Bullian to Anita H. W right, p o rtedJan.il - Louise M ise to Scott * *ol‘ Mocksville, $24. M ise, I lot. * Harrell Powell J - Lighthouse Pronerties to Grace powelL ant* Edward on Speer Road, Mocksville. L. Powell and Mary Bales -T heIarcenyofarefrigera- - Elvin Rios, 50, o f Char- to sell Schedule VI drugs, maintaining a dwelling or Edward Seward. .68 acre. Je- H „ b „ , - A matt reported Dec. 22 he lMle. w.s charged J „ . 4 with vehicle Irthe sI o7L£ - Hareell Powell Jr. and was aaramred at a ^ td e a c e atm nlt on a female. Trial date: possession of one ounce of !l). 1T- marijuana, possession of - Frances Belinda Dewalt, Schedule IV drugs and pos­ session of Schedule II drugs. Trial date: Jan. 22. - Thomas Brian Shook, 24, o f Statesville, w a i'’charged Jan. IO WiffiicW r^ u n ts of y^iJalftm .'friai'date: Feb. 19.I f Julian'Slar Fh^1,''29, of CleVeIahd, N C 1 was charged Jan. 6 with assault on a fe­ male. Trial date: Jan. 26 in Rowan County. - Joseph Edward Meeker, 44, of Hinkle Drive, was chaiged Jan. 7 with assault on a female. Trial date: Feb. 12. - Amanda Arroyo McCau­ ley, 34, of Elkin, was charged Jan. 7 with two counts of ob- tflIning property by false pre­ tense. Trial date: Feb. 10. - Lamont Dewayne Dewalt, 23, o f Patricia Way, Mocks­ ville, was chaiged Jan. 7 with resisting an officer. 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I it i t ' I Ch o k e farm fresh TORK Alltotwal GRA%7IngF ^ r y A C I te y f t S r (336) 998-7175 3Ianners To Discuss Rezoning Request There will be a meeting of tie Davie County Planning Ioaid on Tuesday, Jan. 20, t 6 p.m. in the second floor !ommissioners Room of the tevie County Administration uilding, 123 S. Main St., locksville. Luis Blanco has applied to rzone a 6 acre tract from R-20 esidential-20 to H-B High- ay Business. The property is tales Abademy Scheduled DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , T hursday, Ja n . 15,2015 • 7 Administrative Court on the west side of Rainbow Road at 211 Rainbow Road. The property is Davie County Tax Parcel E60000004801. Board -members will re­ view a text amendment in the Zoning Ordinance to 155.028 Setbacks. They wilj review a text amendment in the Zoning Or­ dinance regarding height lim­ its for lighting. The Davie County Cham- :r o f Commerce and David- County Community Col- ige Small Business Center tve teamed up to present a ro-day seminar series for .the' tsiness community. 11The Sates Academy11 orfcshop will be held Tues- ry, Jan. 27 and Tuesday, :b. 3 at Wake Forest Baptist ealth Davie Medical Center Bermuda Run on the fourth jot. Attendees will gain new sight on the sales , process id wilj Jeam more than a se n sales techniques to gen- rte more revenue. The interactive workshop ill run from 8:30-10:30 a.m. ith days. The cost to attend $15 which includes the full lbrkshop and continental !breakfast. iThe sales academy focuses teaching new ways to think >ut sales that will lead to ‘generating more revenues. These hands-on/interactive sessions are designed for indi­ viduals who are running their own business or sales staff managers. It is also well-suit­ ed for organizations that want to reach a wider audience with their products and services. 11TTtere1S no better way to get back to business and have a strong first, quarter than to. find a few more ways to make money in your business,11 said Carolyn McManamy, presi­ dent o f the Davie Chamber. Pre-registration is re­ quired. Contact the chamber at -751.3304. The academy is one of several networking opportunities organized by the Davie County Chamber of Commerce throughout the year. For more information about membership in the- chamber or other events, visit wwwdaviechamber.com or call 7513304. ,fJ SchoolBoardBriefs Ttiition Rates Increase The school board voted unanimously last week to in- rease preschool tuition rates, the first increase in eight ears. The monthly tuition at Central Davie Education I Center will increase from $460 to $510 and at the pre-- school sites located in the six elementary schools, the monthly cost will increase to $480, up from $430. The cost to school employees for their children at the sites will increase from $350 to $390. The increase was necessary, according to H nance Officer Deborah Smink, because of rising costs and decreased state and federal funding. “With . the increase we are requesting, w e will still remain below market rate for our area and below current' CosliOf sur­ rounding child care fafcilities,” Smink said. . AP o f the Year Tammy Reavis was recognized as the 2014-15 assistant principal of the year. Reavis, who is at William R. Davie, started her career in the county and has taught in several . schools, earned her master’s degree in 2004. She has been assistant principal at W RD since 2010. Jeff Wallace, assis­ tant superintendent, noted Reavis did a “phenomenal job” with the Read to Achieve summer camp this past summer. PTEC Signature School Mocksville Elementary School was recognized for be­ ing selected as a Signature School in the Piedmont Triad - Education Consoitium (PTEC). The school was chosen based on several criteria, including the academic success o f their students, meeting state and federal targets, and their Title I status in the state. Superintendent Eh-. Darrin Hartness noted the school appreciates diversity, has family nights, celebrates hometown heroes, and the students and staff contribute to many non-profit organizations. Prin­ cipal Lynn M ans said the school has “fantastic children, tremendous support from parents, and an incredible lead­ ership team.” School CalendarApproved The 2015-16 calendar for all schools except the Eariy- College was approved. The first day for students wiU be Aug. 24, and the last day will be June 7. Tliere will be no school on Oct. 1,6,and 30, Nov. 11 and 25-27, Dec. 21-31, Jon. I, 18 and 22, Feb. 26, March 28-April I, AprU 29, and May 30.Make-up days for inclement weather will be Saturdays when possible, June 8, April 29, and June 9. Tlie Early College calendar wiU IUcely be approved in March. Pre-Qualification Process Approved A vote to approve pre-qualification criteria for po­ tential bidders on construction projects was unanimous. Board Chair Chad Fuller said gathering pre-quaUfication information from potential bidders would allow the sys­ tem to help insure they hire the most qualified contractors for building projects. Information such as type of license, bonding, claims and judgments, and company makeup will be required to be submitted in order to be considered for projects. The following cases were disposed o f during Davie Ad­ ministrative Court Nov. 28. Presiding: Judge Wayne L. Michael. Prosecuting: Burt Conley, assistant DA. • Dang Thuy1Thi Doan, failure to secure- passenger under age 16, dismissed, cor­ rected. • Jennifer Rose Draper, speeding 73 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $ 100, cost; improper equipment - speedometer, dismissed, cor­ rected. - Veronica A. Encizo1 ex­ pired registration, dismissed^ corrected. - Michael David Escobar, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Amelia D. Eichison, fail­ ure to wear seat belt, $2550, cost; operating vehicle with no insurance, dismissed. - Carmen Elaine Fariss, speeding 60 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. • Jeff Allen Fisher, speed­ ing 51 in a 35, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $50, cost. • Stephanie M. Foster, speeding 69 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. • Brian Jason Fox, speed­ ing 83 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. • Daniel Craig Gaither, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, cost. • Ann Kennedy Garrett, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Ariene Marie Geisler, op­ erating vehicle with no insur­ ance, dismissed, corrected. • Johnny Lopez-Gonsalez, speeding 89 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $15, cost. • Ana Karen Gonzalez, no license, dismissed, corrected. - Cindy Denise Gonzalez, speeding 71 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Allan Jerome Gooden, expired registration, dis-- missed, corrected. - Jennifer Lee Gravley, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. • Rochelle Carol Gray, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Lori Dawn Greene, speeding 64 in a 45, reduced to 54 in a 45, $15, cost. - Patricia H. Hardin, speed­ ing 86 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $50, cost. • Rodney Samuel Harpe, speeding 63-in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $ 100, cost. • Jonah Hendrix, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improp­ er equiPment, $25, cost. • Marco A . Hernandez, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. • Michael Jason Hirsch, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. • Julia Puckett Hooker, failure to reduce speed, dis­ missed, civil. - Kevin Justin Home, two counts expired registration, operating vehicle with no in­ surance, dismissed, corrected. • Marty Ladd Houston, speeding 73 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a 55, $15, cost; ex­ pired registration, dismissed. - Roger Dale Hutchens, speeding 74 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a 55, $15, cost. • Donna C. Hutchins, ex­ pired registration, expired/no inspection, dismissed, cor­ rected. - Elizabeth A. Isner, speed­ ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. - Gregory Douglas Jewell, speeding 69 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, cost. > Debbie Dianne Jones, speeding 75 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a 55, $15, cost. - Daniel Aaron Kean, speeding 90 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $15, cost. • Dennis Bernard Keller, speeding 50 in a 40, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Joshua Craig Kennedy, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost; , • Joshua Lee Key, failure to stop tfor stop sign/flashing red light, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Kausik Khanra, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improp­ er equipment , cost. - Emma C. Kilgore, failure to stop for steady red light, re­ duced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Connie Ann Kruisenga1 speeding 63 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $ 100, Programs To Help At-Risk Youth Sought The Juvenile Crime Pre­ vention Council (JCPC) has studied the risk factors and needs o f juvenile court-in­ volved youth in Davie County and request proposals to help those young people. - The JCPC anticipates $109,880 to fond programs to serve delinquent and at-risk youth. The use of these funds in Davie County requires a lo­ cal match. To apply, complete and submit on application online by accessing NC ALLIES. Read and follow instructions at the following link: https:// cpjicdjjdpx>rg/CP/. Deadline for submitting applications is noon Friday, Feb. 13. Mail or deliver seven copies of applications to: Kar­ en Gordon, c/o MocksviUe/ Davie Parks&Rec, Mocks­ ville; 336-816-5451. The Davie CounQr Juve­ nile Crime Prevention Coun- cU will meet on March 13 to consider applications. • Chad Aaron Lacy, speed­ ing 85 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. • Michael A. Laliberty1 speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. • Hoai Phouc Lam, speed­ ing 89 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 7 0 ,$ l5 ,co st. > Esther Laroque, unsafe movement, dismissed, civil settlement. • Courtney Eberle Lee, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, cost. - Nicole Denise Lee, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Curtis P. Leonard, speed­ ing 87 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $75, cost. • Cindy Hoover Lints, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Mallory Therese List, ex­ pired registration, dismissed, corrected. - Allison K. Lockhart, speeding 88 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $ 100, cost. • Angela Michelle Loman, failure to wear seat belt, $ 10. • Herbert Boyce Lynch, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Giuseppe M angione, no operator’s license, reduced to failure to notify DMV o f ad­ dress change, $25, cost. - Kathleen D. M annino1 failure to yield, dismissed, civil. • Cathy Baxter Manson, failure to stop for stop sign/ flashing red light, reduced to improper equipment. $25, cost; failure to cany valid driver’s license, dismissed. • Saul H. M artinez, speed­ ing 82 in a 70, dismissed per plea; no license, $50, cost. - Mathew T. McCloskey, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - James David McGrew, speeding 51 in a 35, reduced to 44 In a 35, $15, cost. - Travis Wayne McKinney, no license, reduced to failure to notify DMV o f address change, $25, cost; fictitious/ altered title/registration, dis­ missed per plea. - Kimberly T. McSwain, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. • Luis M ejia, failure to wear seat belt, $25.50, cost. • Yugonda D. ' Melton, speeding 51 in a 40, reduced to improper equipment, cost. • David James Meyer, im­ proper passing on right, re­ duced to improper equipment, $50, cost. • Joseph A . Migliarese1 speeding 61 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $50, • Roger Allen Miller, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. * • Deja L. M itchell, speed­ ing 85 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. • Robert A. Montgomery, - failure to stop for steady red light, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. • Brenda T. Morris, speed­ ing 86 in a 70, reduced to im- . proper equipment, $50, cost. • Marla Ferguson M orris, . speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, - cost. • Yolanda Mae Morris, speeding 69 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25. cost. • Diana I. Garcia Moure, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced , to improper equipment, $25, -.. COSti • Elizabeth Q aire Moy, , speeding 84 in a 70, reduced .. to improper equipment, $25, cost. ; - Anh Lan Nguyen, speed- ing 85 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25. cost. • Adam Thomas Papale, . failure to stop for steady red light, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Kiran Nana Patil, speed­ ing 83 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. • Robert Lee Penry HI, speeding 69 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. • James Franklin Perdue, failure to reduce speed, dis­ missed, civil. • Mark Wayne Powers, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. • Hisham I. Quadri, speed­ ing 88 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $ 100, cost. -K yraBaratReddy.speed-. . ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, cost. • Stacy Lynn Rega, failure to stop for steady red light, dismissed, civil. - Lee Reh, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. • Victor I. Lbpez Salado, speeding 60 in a 35, reduced to 44 in a 35, $100, cost. • C. Jimenez Santiago, speeding 83 in a 70; reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost; no license, dismissed. - Rex W nfield Shaffer, speeding 88 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $ 100, . Iuncy HoniyOww - Ow 21 In. up. 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It was an unbelievable match that ended with Davie on top by an eyelash, 31-27. It’s a memory-bank keeper for the rest of our sporting lives. Everyone agreed they had never experienced a regular-season match like this. Preston Beauchamp became the toast of Davie County.by'narrowly • surviving a double-overtime-show­ down for ail the marbles in the final weight class at 152, but he couldn’t have saved Davie without help from seven victorious teamm ates (Josh Lankford, KyIe McCune, Isaiah OI- mcdo. Parker Correll1 Lake Billings, Thad Vandiver and Daniel Wilson). In all likelihood, this settled the Central Piedmont Conference cham­ pionship. If the War Eagles (25-3, 3-0 CPC) win out against Reynolds, M t. Tabor and Reagan, they will capture the league for the 25th time in 30 years. The Titans, who came in ranked fifth in 4-A, slipped to 26-1. “It was essentially the confer­ ence cham pionship m atch right there," Billings said. “It was very nerve-wracking.’’ '3sT'' “It was very energetic,” Vandiver said. “I was nervous the whole time.” “We weren’t intimidated at all,” Beaucham p said. “Everyone was' focussed on this match because we knew what was at stake here.’’ Hollywood couldn't have created a better script. The teams are coached by two absolute legends who are al­ ways ready with a sound bite. Buddy Lowery is 780-123 in 39 years at Davie, including 154-5-1 in the CPC. West's new coach, Maurice Atwood, has an otherworldly record of 461-12 in 11 years. In 10 years at Parkland, he guided the Mustangs to 365 con­ secutive wins and the last eight state dual-tcam titles. W hen bis streak reached!385 earlier this season, he set a new n a tio n a ly S S fi^ ^ S se c - utive wins for a hea'd Coach-T"across all sports by the National Federation Girls End Drought Vs. WF of State High School Associations. Atwood’s streak had grown to 391 when Davie came in. This was his first defeat since Feb. 6,2008. “In my three years on varsity, that’s the most hyped match yet be­ cause of ending the streak,” Lankford said. “I’m just going to go to the next one,” a graceful-in-defeat Atwood told the W inston-Salem Journal. “It’s athletics; win streaks come to an end. That’s the way it rolls. I’d rather win than lose, but in reality. I’m kind of glad that thing is over. It’s been like a chain.around my ncck. “.l.t.qld-myLguys v w‘n or lose', thri’atifiCSjjBJre^bii ’re going to see tonight is what you need to get used to, because in order for us to win state championships here you’ve got to be used to that. Yeah, we lost the match, but we gained some experience this program was missing until tonight.” out in front of a supercharged crowd, starting with the first matchup at 160. W est’s Joseph Plybon nearly put Lankford on his back, but Lankford regrouped in time to pull away in the third, 11-6. In the Tab Thacker tour­ nament at West on Dec. 22-23, Plybon finished second and Lankford third. “I knew before the match I would have to set the tone for the rest of th^ matches and do what I had to to w inY Lankford said. “I wanted to win'my- match a lot. but I wanted to win thfr team match just as much.” Davie built momentum with Mo? Cune’s 5-2 decision at 170 and ojr, medo’s pin at 180, the latter givjqaj Davie a 12-0 lead. ? “(McCune's match) was a toss-u^ii too, like Lankford’s,” Lowery sai^l “When Olmedo is on, he’s on.” At 195, it became a back-and-forth battle. West’s Jeffrey Golden to chop; the Titans’ deficit to 12-6. But Daviig D avie's varsity girls basketball team beat West Forsyth for the first time in five years, 43-34. The War Eagles didn’t shoot particularly well, but they did enough to get out of Clemmons with the first win over the Titans in 11 meetings. “We missed so many shots inside, early and often,” coach Dave Rue- menapp said. I Still, the War Eagles were never seriously threatened by the rebuilding Titans (7-7, 2-1 Central Piedmont Conference). D e’Jah Joyner (11 points), Ashlyn Hampton (10 points, i four steals, four blocks), Madison Zaferatos (10 points), Aubriana Pee­ bles (six points), Asiah Peterson (six points, 13 rebounds) and Sha’veh Martinez (five assists) were produc­ tive^ Hampton was one of the few War Eagles not struggling with her shot, hitting five of eight field goals. “It’s been a pretty tough stretch the last two weeks,” Ruemenapp said. “We played hard, we just didn’t shoot well. We made it a lot more difficult than it had to be.” Getting a season-high 21 points from Peebles, the War Eagles buried the lowly Parkland Mustangs 66-21 here Friday. While Parkland fell to 2-9 and0-5, the W arEagles (11-4,4-1) remained in second place. Z aferatos, who has hit double figures in every game, had 14points. Patterson Jones, Hampton and Mad­ ison Bohannon had seven each. Davie 43, W. Forsylh 34 - De’Jah Joyner I l 1AshlynHampton 10, Mad­ ison Zaferatos 10, Aubriana Peebles 6, Asiah Peterson 6. Davie 66, Parkland 21 - Aubriana Peebles 21, Madison Zaferatos 14, Patterson Jones 7, Ashlyn Hampton 7, M adison Bohannon 7. Caitlyn Peebles 4, McKayla Bohannon 4, De’Jah Joyner 2. It was fiercely contested through- Please See T reasure - Page B&; Carter Hits Clutch 3s; SD Beats Ellis D e’Jah Joyner shoots a runner. - P h o to s by C hris M ackle By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record Talking about a thrilling game. Just when South Davie’s girls bas­ ketball team appeared in real trouble, Rylea Carter stepped up and bailed out the visiting Tigers, who scored the final eight points to squeak past Ellis 26-23. • Itcouldnot have been any tighter. South led 8-7 after one quarter and 11-9 at the half. It was 16-16 through three. “It was a great game on both sides,” South coach Julie Snow said. “The score was low because both teams played good defense. We were so proud of our girls.” In the first meeting on Nov. 18, Emma Slabach's 20 points carried El­ lis to a 38-29 victory. Snow employed a different defense this time, a 3-2 zone geared to slow down Slabach. Holding her to 13 points was one of the keys to South’s win. “We put a new defense in to stop Ellis’ outside shooting, and it w orked,” Snow said. “ W hen we dropped back to a 2-3 in the third, Slabach scored five quick points and we went back to the 3-2.” Ellis was in good shape when it held a 23-18 lead in the fourth. South’s steal-it-in-the-end stunt was a testament to Carter, who nailed three of four shots in the late stages to lift South (5-3) to the most wins in five years. With less than two minutes left, C arter banged a 3-pointer to cut; Ellis' lead to 23-21. With 35 seconds' remaining, Carter banged a 3 to give; South a 24-23 lead. > Hoiy Mackerel. “We told Rylea to shoot the wholel gam e,” Snow said. “S hehad foiy- shots in the first half and six in thp! second, but four shots came late ip* the fourth.To say we were excited oh* the sidelines is an understatement. We' jumped higher than we ever have” ) ' Even though it doesn’t go down as? assists in the book, give two assists to' Morgan Lewis. Her screens allowed’, Carter to deliver the daggers. Lewis! picked up her fourth foul in the third.' She returned to the floor with four- minutes left. “And she did her job flawlessly” Snow said. “Morgan and Rylea were' in sync with one another and RyIeaV shots were beautiful.” Carter, who convened six of 10; shots and made three 3s, matched £ season high with 15 points. v ButSouthneededone final stop to secure the win. Easton Johnson took care of that by grabbing a defensive rebound with five seconds left, getting ■ fouled and hitting both free throws for , the 26-23 lead. “Easton is an all-around good ath-. * lete, and her desire to win makes her so much better,” Snow said. Sierra Foster and Kayana Cald­ well contributed four points each. “ Kayana cam e off the bench and Please See 3s - Page B7; B2 • DAVIE CO UNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, T hursday, Ja n . IS, 201S M o c k s v i l l e - D a v i e P a r k s & R e c B a s k e t b a l l R e s u l t s K/1 Co-Ed Homets - Drannin Gooden 1, Makenzie Gentry 2, Jathan Redmond 3 Deacons-Ryan Williams 2, Brianna Tolar 1, Ean Clickt Hoosiers - Gavin Reese 18, Luke Champ 1, Bracken Byington 10, Maddox Creason 4, Brice Wilsoii 7, Tyler Nichols 1 YMCA Tar Heels - Banett Robertson 2, Levi Green 1,- Tyler Riley 3, Jackson Meadwell 2 Hoopsters - Jackson Sulecki 9, Noah Dulin 2, Michael Imes 2, AJ Imes 8, Nathan Nuckols 4; YMCA Blue.Devits - Landon 2 Bulls - Ethan Driver 12, Stephen Jacobs 4, Grayson Wolfe 1, Owen Tomlinson 2, Tate Helton 6 YMCA Wolfpad. - DanieICatIett 1, Will Robinson 1, Car- terCtimett2 Detwons - Bryson Lunsford 1 Hoopsteie - Cole Davidson 2, Jackson Sulecki 7, Noah Dulin 4, Michael I, AJ Imes 16, Haley Manns 2 Hornets - Makenzie Gentiy 4, Joshua Whitaker 1, Kaleb Thcwnas 2, Drannin Gooden 8, Edarius Oliver 3, Draeton Nance 2 Bulls - Ethan Driver 6, Rylan Barrier 3, Stephen Jacobs 10, Wade BomarS son 2 Tar Heels 35 - Carson Queen 13, Devin Call 1, Carter 7/8 Grade Co-ed - Dillard 4, Qwen Horn 9, John Tanner Holcomb 2,. Landon Tar Heels 26 - DJ Mock 9, William Buchanan 5, Cotton Dingier 4 Lagle 9, Sammy Rosenquist 3 H Hornets 19 - Jackson Waiters 2, Austin Beaty 8, Will Lakers 20 - Biyce Nixon 10, Bailey Jordan 4, JC Dalton Allred 5, ParkerBaiIeyi, Levi Hurley 2 - 2, Ryian Johnson 2, Jacob Allen 2 Thunder 10 - Biyoe Hamsberger 7, Jack Schreiner 2; Deacons 21 - Naaman Smith 6, Emmanuel Granad 7, IzaiahBarr I Austin Mathes 5, Kacie Smith 3 Blue Baracudas 18 - Thomas Essie 16, Brayden Willard Duke 46 - Alexa Brooks 9, Austin Yokley 9, Cameron Il LandonCorreIM Ross 12, Kamron Lantz 2, Capone Scott 6, Wyatt Mann 6 2-4GradeGlrle Niners30-AndrewLawrence'6, NickAdams 14, Micah Baskethounds 9 -NadeIie Jones 1, Lauren O’Conner I, Little 9, Zavion Brown 1 Tenia Davis 3, Courtney Woody 4 Wolfpack 33 - Mason Home 5,- Nate Home 2, Riley Sonics 8 - Holt Carter 4, Kayiee Robertson 3, Jayden Frakes 6, Trent Fendley 2, Michael Werbeck 2, TJ Mc- Wolfel Craw 16 2-4 Grade Girls Bulls 6 -Emma Wjlliams 4, Ashley Bledsoe 1 ‘ - Braedon Carter 5, Holt Carter 3Sonics 8 - Shootera 14-Camden HuratS, Helena Berrier6, Emma Jones 1, Emily Dixson 1, Sydney Phelps 1 Baskethounds 9 - Lauren O’Conner 5, Courtney Woody 4 2/3 Boys Tar Heels 7 - Carson Queen 5, Owen Horn 1, John Tan­ ner Holcomb 1 Spurs 22 - Coy James 9, Gray Collins 3, Corbin Angus 6, Jackson Powers 3, Wade Bomer 1 War Eagles 26 - Eli Branham 77, MC Jacobs 8, Luke Clark 4, Carter Helton 5, Zachary Cranfill 1, Back Hartsell 1 Blue Barracudas 7 - Thomas Essie 2, Landon Correll 1, Connor Hood 1, Camden Leonard 1, Hunter Shutt 2 Thunder 11 - Bryce Hansberger 4, Jack Schreiner 1, Adam Brown S, Izaiah Barr 2 Dynamite 8 - Baydon Stanley 2, Archer Richardson I, .Cole Whitaker 4, Joseph Hernandez 1 2/3 Grade Boye WarEagles31 -G age Dunaway 1, Luke Clark 11, Carter Helton 2, Eli Brqnham 9, Kade Byington I, Beck Hartsell 1,M JJacobs6 YMCA Blue Devils 16- Eric Duggins 3, FIetcherAIIen 1, Cathell Hayes 9, Avery Carter 1, Madison Hayes 1, Erie Pope 1 Dynamite 13 - Baydon Stanley 6, Archer Richardson 4, Joseph Hernandez 3 Spurs 45 - Coy James 15, Jake Meadwell 4, Gray Col­ lins 2, Brock Dufur 2, Corbin Angus 4, Jackson Powers Briefs & Dates Little League Baseball/Softball Siguups The 2015 Davie Little League baseball and softball regis­ trations will be accepted at the Brock Center on Jan. 17 from 9 aJn.-2 pjn. AU boys and girls between the ages of 4-16 are eligible. Registration fees: t-ball $65; coach-pitch, minors, majors and junior/senior $95. Online registration is available at www.daviell.com. A Iatt registration fee of $25 will be added after Feb. 14, the player placed on a waiting list and assigned to a team upon availability. College BB Players From Davie • Cody M aitin scored four points in nine minutes as N.C. State handled visiting Pittsburgh 68-50 on Jan. 3. Cody added two steals.and two rebounds. Caleb Martin had two points in 16 minutes. • Cody Martin scored six points in a season-high 16 minutes as the WoUpack stunned No. 2 Duke 87-75 on Jan. 11 in Raleigh. Cody hit two of four field goals, two of two free throws and had five assists, three rebounds and two blocks. Caleb was scoreless in two minutes of action. • Nate Jones scored a team-high 28 points, but it wasn’t enough as Davidson County Community College lost 96-90 at Bninswick on Jan. 3. Jones also had seven rebounds and four assists. Shamrock Run M arch 7 The 27th-annual Shamrock Run & Walk is set for March 7. Proceeds wiU benefit H abitu for Humanity of Davie County. Registration options: Go to shamrockrunnc.com or register the day before or the day of the race. You can send an email to director@shamrocknmnc.com or call the church office at 751- 2973. O r visit the website www.shamrocknmnc.com. JV Girls Drop Two The Davie jayvee girls basketball team’s dismal season continued with losses to Reynolds and West Forsyth. At Reynolds, the War Eagles coughed up a 24-17 halftime lead, getting outscored 28-9 in the second half and losing 45-33. Zella Ebert scored a season-high 12 points, and Cameron Taboradded 10. “Everything we did right in the first half, we did wrong in the second,’’ coach Jenn O ’Brien said. * Davie (1-8,0-4 Central Piedmont Conference) had another second-half meltdown against visiting West Forsyth, losing 35-25 as they were outscored 9-4 in Ihe fourth. Davie missed nine of U free throws. Ze’mora Cockerham had a season-high eight points. Ihbor had seven' and Ebert four. “Inexperience is really hurting us,*' O ’Brien said. “We don’t realize there’s 32 minutes in a game." Shooters 1 2 -Aubrey Speckirt 2, Camden Hurst 2, Emma Jones 6, Zoe Bishop 1 Bulls 15 - Kehadi Gentiy 2, Kaylee Lewis 1, Emma Wil­ liams 3, Kortney Maddox 8, Tatum Tolar 1 4th Grade Boys Hornets 12-A ldan Froellcfi 5, Evan Froelich 5, Coleman Lawhon 2 Deacons 26 - Burke Rosenbaum 10, Caleb Stewart 12, Hunter Davis 2 4th Grade Boys Deacons 12 - Burke Rosenbaum 6, Tyier Creel 2, Caleb Steward 4 Rockets 15 - Owen Sulecki 2, Joey Nardone 6, Zeb PiIcherS Hornets 11 - Coleman Lawhon 9, Jam es IJames 2 Ducks 38 - Logan Yokley 17, Jackson sink 12, Liam Al­ len 6, Easton Barneycastle 1 Tyier Hutchens 2 5th Grade Boys Superaonics 18 - Davin Whitaker 8, Aiden Smith 2, Jus­ tin Hayes 6, Elijah Kennedy 2 Blue Devils 32 - Cameron Richardson 3, JT Bumgarner 11, Elijah Miller 4, Caleb Earnhardt 14 Knights 24 - DJ Hatley 5, Reece Yount 2, Brady Williams 6, Ryan O’Conner 5, Alex Speckin 2, Austin Kiser 4 Bulls 30 - Hayden Williams 14, Owen Byers 10, Peyton Helton 2, Max Junker 4 Bulls 40 - Hayden Williams 20, Owen Byers 6, Davis Byers 2, Peyton Hilton 6, Max Junker 4,< ParkerSimmons 2 Supersonics 14 - Davin Whitaker 3, Aiden Smith 2, Jus­ tin Hayes 7, Brian Smithwich 2 Blue Devils 27 - Cameron Richardson 3, JT Bumgarner 11, Elijah Miller 4, Caleb Earnhardt 2, Silas Fuller 7 Tigers 16 - Andrew Shuler 6, Austin Glass 2, Biyson ParkerS 5/6 grade Girls Hornets 8 - Shelby Srnith 1, Madelyn Kenney 4, Layla Caldwell 1, Chanel Fowler 2 Tar Heels 14 - Somer Johnson 3, Krystal Davis 5. Mali- yah Fowler 6 6th Grade B o y s. Wolfpack 13 - Alexandreus Lyons 2, Tommy Landy 4, Jackson Lawrence 3, Xavier Evans 4 Deacons 35 - Zaharee Maddox 15, Matthew Downey 2, Cole Turner 8, MJ Holleman 10 Deacons 39 - Zaharee Maddox 23, Rhyne Watts 2, MJ Holleman 13 Wolverines 14 - Cren Rosenbaum 2, Noble Smith 8, Ashton Williams 2, Ricky Brown 2, Burke Rosenbaum 2 Hornets 42 - Ethan VViIkins 7, Jake Powers 16, Mason Seats 2,Blake Little SlAiden Dixon 1, Ethan StiIIerS Wolfpack 16 - Alexandreus Lyons 2, Tommy Landy 4, Justin Collins 2, Trevor Richardson 4, Xavier Evans 4 - Wolverines 20 - Jack Reynolds 6, Noble Smith 12, Pey­ ton Bradshaw 2 Ducks 16 - Jadc Nixon 10, Ivan Poag 4, Chase Robert- 10 Pointer John Koontz of Lakeview Drive, Mocksville killed this 10-point deer on Dec. 19 off of Camp­ bell Road, Mocksville. Ninera 31 - Andrew Lawrence 4, Garrett Penley 2, Nick - Adams 17, Ma’Kiya Dalton 2, Micah Little 6 Duke 41 -A Iexa Brooks 2, Austin YoMey 15, Kamfon Lahtz 9, Wyatt Mann 2, Thomas Aquilar 13 Lakers 32 - Bryce Nixon 10, JC Dalton 2, Alexis Cook 4, RyIanJohnson 16 Deacons 13 - Emmanuel Granad 3, Trey Kellian 1, Ja­ cob Ledonne 2, parker Prysiazniuk 4. Colton Ladd 3 9-12GradeBoys Tar Heels 38 - De’Maura Isaac 10, Ashton Bass 8 ,^ " Grayson Bass 2, Collin McManamy 3, Erykah Fowler 2, Josh smith 7, Marcus Cockerham 4 , Lakers 43 - Jared Ridenhour 31, Jacob Hall 4, Caleb Davis 2, Zach Eberly 4, Sam Fletcher 2 Huskies 36 - Parker Froelich 6, Karleon Gregory 3, Tay­ lor Crotts 3, Blake Helton 8, Zachary Cartner 8, Will Rob­ inson 8 Blue Devils 56 - Will Perkins 11, Joshua Hansel! 6, Jalen Brown 9, Tyler Lookabill 2, George Rothberg 8, William Sells 12, Gavin O'Brien 8 Mountaineers 60 - Dustin Bulatko 10, Logan West 7, An­ tonio Clement 24, Austin Horton 12, Jake Steiner 5, Elite Rodriguez 2 Hornets 30 - SpencerArey 9, Tatum Williams 9, Ty Dock- erty 4, Jake Taylor 6, Wyay Ward 2 Nlners 36 - Andrew Lawrence 5, Micah Little 14, Garrett Penley 5, Zavion Brown 2, Nick Adams 10 Lakers‘42-B ryce Nixon ,11, Elijah Joyner 2, JC Dalton 2, Trey EIljs 2, Jacob Allen 25 Tar Heels 24 - DJ Mock 10, Braxton Folmar 6, William Buchanan 8 Wolfpack 20 - Mason Horne 2, Trent Fendley 6, TJ Mc- Craw 7, Riley Frakes 3 Wolfpack 20 - Mason Home 5, Riley Frakes 2,Trent Fendley 2, Michael Werbeck 2, TJ McCraw 7 Duke 18 - Austin Yoktey 5,. Kamron Lantz 4, Capone Sco'tt 4, Thomas Aquilar 5 Tar Heels 26 - DJ Mock 11, Colton Lagle 3, Shaneeta Daye 2, Vanity Steele 2, Braxton Folmar 8 Deacons 24 - Naaman Smith 11, Parker Prysiazniuk 8, Colton Ladd 3 9-12 Grade Boys Huskies 34 - Parker Froelich 3, Taylor Crotts 12, KJ Gregory 7, Zach Cartner 7, Blake Helton 3, Luke Davis 2 Lakers 39 - Jared Ridenhour 12, Garrett-Byerly 12, Zach Eberiy 6, Jacob Hall 1, Sam Fletcher 2, Marvin Argueta 2, Caleb Davis 4 Tar Heels 38 - De’Maura Isaac 10, Conan Teale 10, Ash­ ton Ball 8, Josh Smith 3, Marcus Cockerham 6 Hornets 35 - SpencerArey 12, Tatum Williams 12, Jake Taylor 2, Wray Ward 3, Daniel Stegall 2, Dawson Smutz , 2 ' Mountaineers 46 - Dustin Bulatko 1, Logan West 6, An­ tonio Clement 25, Austin Horton 12, Jack Steiner 2 Blue Devils 42 - Will Perkins 11, Joshua Hansell 3, George Rothberg 4, Ryan Neely 3, William Sells 11, Gavin OBrian 10 Upcom ing G a m e s s - ^ Wednesday, Jan. 14 .— : Davie indoor track a» East Rowan at 3:30 ' Thursday, Jan. 15' Ellis basketball at Forbush at 4:30 - Ellis wrestling at North Davie at 5:30 North Davie basketball at-St. Leo at 4:30 South Davie basketball at home vs. North Wilkes at 4:30 South Davie wrestling at Thomasville at 4:30 Friday, Jan. 16 Davie varsity basketball at Mt. Tabor at 6/7:30 Davie JV basketball at home vs. Mt. Tabor at 5/6:15 Davie freshman boys basketball at Mt. Tabor at 4:15 Davie varsity wrestling in Sarah W ilkes Invitational at Morehead N. Davie basketball at home vs. Statesville Christian at 4:30 Saturday, Jan. 17 Dayie varsity wrestling in Sarah W ilkes Invitational at Morehead MondaylJan. 19 a Davie JV/varsity wrestling in open state championships at Davie at 10:30 Middle school wrestling in open state championships at Davie at 9 a.m. • Tuesday, Jan. 20 Ellis basketball at Brawley at 4:30 + Wednesday, Jan. 21 Davie varsity basketball at home vs. West Rowan at 6/7:30 Davie JV basketball at West Rowan at 4/5:15 Ellis basketball at West Iredell at 4:30 South Davie basketball at home vs. Forbush at 4:30 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 15,2015 - B3 Basketball Contest GO WAR EAGLES! 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MocksviUe, NC 27028 r % t S i Bailey Ingram fell just short, 7-6, at 145. Before that, the senior ripped off 13 straight wins. :Parker Correll pins his 220 opponent in 28 seconds, lifting Davie to an 18-6 lead. P O O R Q U A L IT Y P R IN T B6 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE R EC O R D , T hursday, Ja n . 15,2015 Boys Stop CPG Streak In Emphatic Style By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record T he D avie varsity boys basketball team got the mon- key off its back, and it did so emphatically, routing visiting Parkland 86-47 for its first Central Piedmont Conference win in two years. T he W ar Eagles, though, lost the first two games of last week. They started brilliantly at W est Forsyth before they crashed and binned. The result was an 86-56 defeat that kept West (13-2, 3-0 CPC) in first place. The start w as a thing of beauty. Six guys scored - Coo­ per Wall, Dylan Shoffner, Ben Miller, Jordan McDaniel, L.P. Mua and Tre Redmond - in the first quarter. Davie had a 16-4 lead, prompting the West coach to call time two minutes, 20 seconds into the game. “Defensively, we were re­ ally good (in man-to-nian),” coach Mike Absher said. “We had a definite plan on how to guard Austin Rose, and it was very effective at that point in tim e. We w ere rebounding during that tim e, too. They were pressuring the heck out o f us, and w e w ere staying out o f ,the double-teams, and therefore we got a lot o f open shots.1! The game turned as West closed the first on a 10-1 charge, and Davie never re­ covered. W est scored 34 o f the final 52 points in the half to take a 38-34 halfiime lead. The Titans scored the first IOpoints in the third. Rose got loose for three 3-pointers and the margin grew to 66-45. After a two-point first quar­ ter, Rose finished with 17. The silver lining for Davie was freshman Cooper Wall’s 23-poiiit perform ance.' His season high was 21, a number he hit twice in the first two games. Dylan Shoffner was next with eight. “I think they just wore us down {with fullcouit man and traps),” A bsher said. “They •were much deeper than we are. We turned it over and they got too many easy baskets.” . The next day, Davie learned that junior point guard Nic Stames will not return this sea­ son. H e broke two bones in his right hand during the Christ­ m as tournam ent. Surgery is not requited, but “that cast is going to be on for a while,” Absher said. “No competitive basketball for two months. He woifced so hard to get where he’s at.” Starnes was Davie’s leading scorer when he went down. Davie put up little resis­ tance in a 78-53 loss to McK- innon,(Australia). Wall (12), -Mua (eight) and Shoffner (sev­ en) were the leading scorers. The War Eagles felt much better during the 39-point pummeling of Parkland. They scored the most points in 28 gam es, curbed a three-game slide and ended a 16-game skid in the CPC after going 0-12 in 2013-14. . Paikland fell to 5-10,0-5. Davie improved to 6-9,1-4. .> “I hadn't said much about (the CPC losing streak), but I did'say something the other day and I think they talked about it ” Absher said. “I think, they take a lot more Iteat about it than I probably realize. So I ’m really happy for them! I told them (after the loss to McKinnon): ‘We’ve got one goal Friday arid that’s to break The W ar Eagles couldn’t miss, leading 25-8 after one, 52-26 at the half and 71-36 af­ ter three. Heath Siabach caught fire, scoring 21 points on five 3-pointers. The sophomore’s previous career high in two varsity seasons was 13. The 21 was 12 above his previous season high. “He made a ton of shots in practice yesterday -1 mean a ton o f 3s,” Absher said. "(As­ sistant coach) Tim Kenney called it last night. He said, ‘He’s going to make five (3s) tomorrow,’ and he did. Hav­ ing a good practice the night before, he was shooting with confidence. They w ere one o f the few teams that played quite a bit of zone, and he got some good looks early and just buried them.” McDaniel was next with 15 points. Wall, who has cracked double figures in six straight, had 13.- Shoffner had 12 and Holden Poole nine. W . Forsyth 86, Davie 56 - CooperWall 23, Dylan Shoff­ ner 8, Heath Slabach 5, Holden Poole 4, Jordan McDaniel 4, L.P. Mua 4, Ben M iller3, Gabe Gonnelia 3, Tre Redmond I, Blaise Bennett I. M cKinnon (Australia) 78, D avie 53 - Cooper Wall 12. L.P. Mua 8, Dylan Shoffner 7, Heath Slabach 5,D e Redmond 4, Blaise Bennett 4 , Jordan McDaniel 3, Mauro BeIinazzi Slabach 3, Ben M iller 2, Josh Young 2, Gabe GonneUa 2, Holden Poole I. D avic 86, P a rk la n d 47 • Heath Slabach 21, Jordan M cDaniel 15, Cooper Wall 13, Dylan Shoffner 12, Holden Poole 9, L.P. M ua 6 , Blaise Bennett 4, Dre Redm ond-4, Mauro Belinazzi 2. Sink Has Huge Win For War Eagle Swimmersi Although the Davie swim teams came up short against visiting Reagan, the defending conference cham pions, the War Eagles had their share of highlights on both sides. The m eet was held at the Davie YMCA. The girls lost 95-65, while the boys were defeated 102-66. It w as Senior N ight for Sarah McCoy, Danielle Wood, Jacob Sink and Nick Sinopoli. Prior to the m eet, they were recognized for the outstand­ ing dedication to the team as they’ve swum all four years. Between the four o f them, .they accounted for eight first- place finishes, one second place and-three third places. “I thought they did a _ job in their last home meet, and for them to be a part of this team all four years says a lot about their commitment to our program,” coach David Koontz said. Even though the girls lost, they claimed six of 11 events, whUe the boys won five. “The Reagan coach, Ryan M ichel, came up to m e during the meet and made the com­ m ent that if .we had m ore swimmers that w e wouid be pretty, tough to beat,” Koontz said. “I told our kids that after the m eet. Despite the score they sw am extrem ely w ell and even the opposing coach thought that as w ell. I was proud o f their perform ance because we are swimming weU at die right time.” For the girls, the 200 med­ ley relay o f M aria Stillson, Wood, Katie Shoaf and Victo­ ria Sinopoli got. things started o ff w ell w ith a first-place finish. That same group won the 200 free relay, “which I think bodes well for us going into conference,” he said. “I really hope this group can get a top- two finish (and make dll-con- ference).They’ve worked hard this season. I’ve just got to make sure I have them fully prepared to reach their peak in that meet.” These four girls also scored multiple points for Davie in the individual events, with Stillson winning both the 200 IM and 100 back. Wood won both the 50 free and 100 free. Shoaf fin­ ished third in the 200 free and second in the 100 fly. Sinopoli was second in both the 200IM and 100 back behind Stillson. A m anda B rechko finished third In the 100 free and Sarah McCoy third in the 100 breast. In the boys events, Nick Sinopoli led the way with two first-place finishes (200 free, 100 fly). “He beat two really good swimmers from Reagan in both of those events,” he said. Jacob Sink finished second in the 200IM, then had a huge > win in the 100 breast over Paul ' Neil, who finished third in the state last year. “That was a big win and I hope a huge confidence-build- er going into regionals and hopefully states,” he said. Sinopoli and Sink, along w ith Cam Fearrington and Wyatt Copeland, won the bdys 400 free relay. Hunter Thurlo won the 500 free to give Davie the fifth first-place finish'of the night. Other strong performances for the boys included Fear- rington finishing second in the 100 free and third in the 100 back. Copeland finished second in the 50 free and third in the 100 free. Dnie Parker finished third in the 100 fly: Basebal S SoflM ■•■•iifaa«eatiaa*<(aa*aaat«aaee»iaa AU boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 16 are eligible to play!I Walk-in Registrations will be accepted at the Brock Center: January Itfh 9:00AM-2:O0 PM & JanuarvlTh 9:00 AM-2:00 PM *Volunteer/Coaches forms will be accepted. Registration Fees J f I T-Ball...$65.00- lSfc 3is • Coach Pitch, Minors, Majors, Jr/Sr ....$95.00 Fundraiser fee per family of $50.00 is due at time of registration. Go to www.daviell.com for more information regarding th e : fundraising fee. Online registration opens Jan 3rd. Go to www.daviell.com to register on-line. These are the only sign-ups held for the 2015 season. A late registration fee of $25 will be added after Feb. 14th, placed on a waiting list and assigned a team upon availability. Dovfe Uttfe Leagtie Is sanctioned by the Little league InteraaUanaII We strive to make our program available to AU children. Our program bas produced District, Vs all about the kids. Wemakeltfunl" Gray Scores 33; Wilson Hits Big FTs The Davie freshman bas­ ketball team and visiting West Forsyth w aged a dow n-to- the-wire shootout. Thanks to Curtis Gray’s 33 points, Davie emerged with a. 57-52 victory in the final game before Christ­ mas break. After sitting out the pre­ vious two games, Gray came off the bench halfway through the fiist quarter and went off, burning W est w ith driving layups.and penetration forays. Ross Stames was next with 12 points. Broc Bamette had six, Jake Mabe four and !Sam Heafner two. Davie led 33-22 at the half and pushed the lead to 13 in the third'. But W est fought back, and the final 90 seconds featured back-and-forth drama. The lead changed hands five times in the final 1:30. With West leading by SI- 50, Gray put Davie ahead to stay, 53-51, with an and-one. After West hit a free throw to make it 53-52, Gray scored off a steal to give the War Eagles a 55-52 edge. Vfith less than 10 seconds left; Stames salted it away by converting two at the foul line. “It’s the first time the fresh­ man team has beat them in about eight gam es,” coach Mike Dinkins said after Davie improved to 6-2. “It’s the most exciting game w e’ve had in a while as far as the (late-game) lead changes. I m ean both teams scored on almost every possession in the last 1:30.” The W ar Eagles are having a successful season, but their inside game is about to take a hit as top rebounder Bamette is moving up to the jayvee. “He’s a hard one to take out o f the lineup the way he’s been on the offensive and defensive boards,” Dinkins said. Mason Wilson drained two clutch free throws to help the W ar Eagles hold off visiting Reynolds45-38. Davie watched its 12-point lead get chopped to one. Wil­ son restored the margin to three by coming through at the Ijpe w ith 36 seconds left. Gray grabbed a defensive rebound and was fouled. He made ohe o f tw o foul shots to secure Davie’s fourth straight win.- G ray put up 21 points, and W ilson were next • with nine and five, respec­ tively. . The War Eagles staged-ah amazing rally at Lexington,- only to fall short 71-63. Trailing by as many as 19 in the second quarter and by 17 at the break, the War Eagles went on a 32-15 run to catch Lexing­ ton at 54 with 4:20 remaining. Lexington, though, outscored Davie 17-9 to close it out. - Lexington overcam e an­ other huge game by Gray (30 points). W ilson had 12 and Starnes eight. “It was a heck of a game,” Dinkins said as Davie slipped to 7-3. "I couldn’t be any more proud o f them. W hen, you’re down by 19, the game-is sup­ posed to be over.” ' - . Ellis, N. Davie Win In Wrestling Ellis wrestling took 15 of 16 weight classes and buried visiting Lexington 84^6. Zach Korczyk, Josh Chaf­ fin, Neil Spark, Hunter Mea- cham , Evan H urley, Hayes S ales and Jacob H uffm an recorded pins as the Jaguars pushed their record to 9-1. Conner Stanley and Marshall Huff had technical falls. Lexington handed forfeits to W ill Vogler, Bill Trader, Ryan Smalley, Oscar Rogel, Robert M ariche and Andy Flores. N oithD aviepickeduptw o wins hosting a tri-m eet last week, raising its record to 8-3. The Wildcats handled North W ilkes 72-30 while bagging 12 pins. Victor Perez, Carson M yers, Cody Taylor, Ryan Sm ith, Anthony Deters, Josh R obinson, Peyton Sherrill, MillERFASTPiTOH ACADEMY Softball Fastpitch Instruction CeU (336) 909-0694 millerfastpitchacademy@gmail.comM hwUtOts Miller Faslritch Softball Academy !Witter® Millecftstpitc F astn itch PiichiiiB L essons for AU Ages Matthew King, Joe Johns Naa Smith, Paul Pollard . Anthony Olmedo had the p Deters’ six-pointer came in first career start. The Wildcats’ next lop: ed victim was South Dat 72-18. Perez, M yers, Taylor, Sm ith, Login .Rallou-Ton Sherrill, K ing, Johnson, Smith and C J. Richardson I pins as North dropped Soi to 6-4. Pollard and A . Olrot won by forfeit. South’s points came fn Colby Shore (pin), Luke Le is (pin) and Dalton McAl (forfeit). Earlier, South suffered a ( 27 loss to Nonh Wilkes. T Tigers got pins from Sho Lewis, Brad Mickalowski a! Jo$e Ramirez. Nathan Holl won a decision. ’ DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, TfMirscfayyJriii. 15,2015 -117 North Wins Tough Battle Vs. South FormerDavie High footbaw star Tom Eanes coaches during the Shrine Bowi Eaneis Coaches In Shrine Bowl Coach Tom Eancs, a 1974 graduate of Davie High and a 1978 graduate o f Elon Univer­ sity, was honored this year by being .named as an assistant coach in the 2014 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas football game. “It was a great experience for me after coaching all these years, but the experience of meeting and working with so many top players from around the state w as incredible,” said Eanes. “I was especially pleased to be asked to coach since my dad, B ill E anes, played in the game in 1948. T hat m ade the experience much more meaningful.” As a Davie senior quarter­ back in 1973,Eanes passed for a school-record 1080 yards to help the W ar Eagles to eight wins. His record stood for more than two decades - until Drew R idenhour threw for 1,086 in 1997. Tlte primary purpose of the Shrine Bowl )s to benefit the Shriners Hospital in G reen­ ville, S.C ., and players and coaches toured that facility during the week. At halftime of the game on Dec. 20, shriners presented the hospital with a check for 15 million dollars. “The big winner on Satur­ day was not on the field but at the hospital,” said Eanes. “We met a patient who simply said that w ithout the m oney the game brings in, she would not be able to receive her treat­ ments at the hospital and be able to walk today.” Eanes received a Masters Degree in Education Admin­ istration from A ppalachian State University in 1981 and began his coaching career at Lenoir-Rhyne University in 1978 under Coach Jack Huss. He later moved with him to Richmond Senior, continued as an assistant football coach at Walter W illiams High, Lex­ ington Senior, Catawba Col­ lege, and Elon University. Hts head-coaching stints include East Lincoln H igh, Orange High, Albemarle High (also athletic director). East Surry High, East Rowan High, Pend­ er High and Ashley High in Wilmington and Patton High in Morganton. W hile several of his teams saw playoff action, it was at Pender High that his teams consistently played in the third round of the playoffs, for the Eastern championship twice and in 2010 played in the state championship game. Eanes has also coached base­ ball and basketball and was on the North Carolina Football Coaches A ssociation Board from 2010-2014. Eanes is married to Car­ ol R oof E anes, a graduate o f Lenoir-Rhyne University, who received her own honor in November in Washington, DC when she received a Life­ tim e A chievement Award in Scholastic Journalism from' the Journalism Education As­ sociation. She was one of only 13 retired journalism teachers across the nation to receive this honor. A 40-point win tasted so good to Ellis’ boys basketball team that the Jaguars went out and devoured the next oppo­ nent by 43. The Jaguars’ fifth straight victim w as visiting South Davie. The margin grew every quarter • from 19-0 to 36-10 to ' 48-14. The 61-18 score raised ■ Ellis’ record to 6-1. Michael Walton paced 11 Ellis scorers with 12 points. Peyton Hampton and Owen McCormack added nine and eight, respectively. South's top scorers were R ylan B urton and B rooks Johnson with five each. N orth D avie outlasted South Davie 63-57 in double overtim e on D ec. 16. The team s waged another hard- fought battle last w eek at South. A gain, the W ildcats staved off the Tigers, pulling away late 40-29. South (1-8) led 12-4 after one and 21-16 at the half. The second half was a completely different story as North (6-2) outscored the Tigers 24-8. It was 26-24 North going into the fourth. Troy -G riggs and Jacob Hendrix scorcd'12 points each and helped North reach the most victories in eight years. The Wildcats have more wins than the past two years com­ bined. (They went 5-23 over 2012-13 and 2013-14.) Aaron Williams chipped in six. “We obviously learned how to play defense in the sec­ ond half,” North coach Matt McPherson said. “We played our regular press in the third and went to some m an'in the fourth. I was proud of how well our kids never gave up or felt discouraged.” When Souih pushed North to double OT, Alex Ratlcdge and Johnson combined for 42 points. North clamped down this tim e, holding them to eight.Burton had IOlMalthew Daniel six and Katlcdgc five. U nfortunately, there was no carryover effect Ior the W ildcats, who lost 46-36 at North Iredell. They were ahead after one quarter (14-10) and at the half (20-15). But N. Iredell caught up in the third (30-30) and dominated the fourth (16-6 closing run). H endrix H O ), G rigg s (eight). Carson W hiscnhunt (five) and Rynn Davis (live) were the leading scorers. “We obviously forgot how . to play defense in the second half,” M cPherson said. "We never could get over the lop in the (founh-quui'cr) comeback. Not much to say: we did not play well in the second half." Ellis 61, S. Davie 18 • (El­ lis) Michael Walton 12. Peyton Ham pton 9. Owen M cCor­ mack 8, Coleman Sell 7, Jaxon Beaty 5. Mac Beaty 5, Darius Hill 4, LathamChauiberIain 3. Michael Shelton 3, Zac Gantt 3. Justin Lunsford 2. (South) Rylan Burton 5. Brooks John­ son 5, Brycesun C ozart 3, Jordan Miller 2, Nick Pinkos 2, Alex Ratledge I. N. D avic40.S.D avie 29- (Soulh)RyIan Burton 10. Mat­ thew Daniel 6 . Alex Ratledge 5. Brooks Johnson 3, Bryeeson Cozart 2. Evan Little !,Joseph Gadson !.(N onh)TroyG riogs 12, Jacob Hendrix 12. Aaron W illiams 6 . N . Ircdcil 46, N. D avlc 36 - Jacob Hendrix 10. Troy Griggs 8,Carson'W hisenhunt 5, Ryan Davis 5. 3s... C ontinued From Page I played:great defensevfespecial- S Iy in the second half,” Snow said. “She has really grown this year. She doesn't always score, but what she does always gives us an edge on the boards.” It was a deflating loss for the Jaguars (3-3), who have lost back-to-back gam es by threc.'They are painfully close to 6-0 • their losses coming by a combined eight points. Lauren Grooms had three points, and 12 rebounds for Ellis. Joci Grachen had two points.and seven boards. Madi Telluphad two points. Morgan Flores “played an outstanding gamedefensively,” Ellis assis­ tant coach Joe BrunelIi said. “I’m very proud of her.” The first half was a strug­ gle, but South m anaged to pull away from visiting North D avie4!-32.J.. T his tim e:'therlstar w as Johnson, who exploded for'. 11 season-high points after entering with a 2.2 average.* If she doesn't come through w ith eight first-half points, S outhfinds itself trailing at intermission. “You never know who the leading scorer for our next game will be,” Snow said. “It could;be anybody. (Johnson cam e} out o f now here. In the first quarter, she had two quickristeais that gave us an advantage.” Mubh to Snow ’s non-de- light. South led 15-12 at half- time after an M -4 lead in the first quarter. Biit the Tigers proved to be .clearly superior, outscoring North 15-6 in the third and completing a three- :igame sw eep o f the season series. “The three coaches let the girls have it at halffime, and dang if they didn’t come out and (dom inate the third),” Sriow said. “I don' t know how our girls can walk this morning because they- got on the floor after every loose ball. In the first half North just took the ball from us, but (hat changed.” Carter finished with eight points, Foster six, M. Lewis five, C aldw ell four, Cayla HartseII four, and Klara Lewis was a spark with three. “Klara Lewis came off the bench in the third, hit a big shot and got a steal that led to us scoring another tw o,” Snow said. “By then, we were rolling.” North lost despite scoring the most points in five games. South (6-3) is riding its second ■I tHree-game' winning streak of the season. “Carter, Foster and (Mor­ gan) Lewis make their pres­ ence known to the other team,” Snow said. “ W ithout their leadership and tenacity, our team w ould be com pletely different.” N orth (2-7) suffered its sixth straight loss at North Iredell, 51-4. S. Davie 26 - Rylea Carter 15, Sierra Foster 4, Kayana Caldwell 4. Easton Johnson 3. Ellis 23 - Emma Slabach 13, Lauren G room s 3, Jaci G rachen 2, M adi Tellup 2, Morgan Rores I. $. Davie 41, N. 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We offer everything that you would need for cardio and strength training. (Norm al joining fee = $50.00) Pay for I year in advance and receive ' a FREE Gym 365 T-Shirt. C a ll f o r r a t e s @ 3 3 6 - 7 5 3 - 6 3 6 5 GIFT CERTIFICATES ARE AVAILABLE. Find u s at: w w w .gym 365.w ebs.com 377 Hospital Street*Suite 200 Mocksville, NC - DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , T hursday, Ja n . 15,2015 4 McKay Cham berlain fires ajum per. In middle, Will Shepherd tries a uuyei iuu. uym, «yiei n uucna »nu u a moiuo Shepherd’s Last-Minute Bomb Beats Reynolds At right. Tyler Roberts shoots inside a s two D em ons defend. By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record Davie’s jayvee boys bas­ ketball team had controlled the entire game and headed into the fourth quarter with a five- point lead over host Reynolds. . Then D avie was on'the ,verge of agut-wrenching loss, j'ljh e n the frowns of shock (jnd despair w ere replaced by the smiles of triumph and jubilation. ' W ill' Shepherd enjoyed a moment of sheer magic, hitting a» 3-pointer from the-parking |oj^ ras* R ey n o Id s’ lead and send Davie to the signature win of the season, 53:50. “It’s one of the craziest • games I'v e ever been apart of,” coach Bruce Wallace said. “That'was a big win.” After taking a one-point lead in the first quarter, the War Eagles rolled to a 28- 19 halftime advantage. They maintained a 42-37 lead after three. But Reynolds tested Da­ vie’s mettle, storming to a late six-point lead. “That could have been a really bad loss because we basically outplayed them the w hole gam e, and then we clawed back and won,” Wal­ lace said. “That’s the biggest win of the season." With Davie trailing 50-48 with 36 seconds remaining, Wallace called timeout. With 13 seconds left, Shepherd fired a 3 that had Wallace saying, "no, no, no.” Lo and behold, it swished through. Davie was up5l-50. “I wanted a 3-pointer by Will because he was shooting the ball well.” Wallace said. “I drew up a play, but the plan did not go quite as planned. Hecaughtthe ball two or three steps out from NBA 3-point range. I told him if the shot wasn’t there to drive in, but he caught it in one motion and went up smoothly. It didn’t even move the net. It was a Iong,deep3.I didn’t want that shot, but he hit it.” Reynolds nearly stole it right back. It executed a back­ door cut and pass perfectly, but the Demon blew the layup. Shepherd snatched the re­ bound, was fouled and hit both free throws to make it 53-50. He scored eight of Davie's 13 points in the fourth. “Will made an incredible shot. They m issed an easy shot, so the-basketball gods were definitely in our favor,” he said. ' Shepherd wasn’t the lone star. Cory Heiner had a huge game with 20 points, matching his season high. He converted eight oftl2 shots and crackeds double figures for the seventii consecutive time. Shepherd had 13. Brandon Horton had 11 (No one has held him under eight.). Tyier Roberts had five and McKay Chamberlain four. "Heiner was all over the place getting rebounds,” he said. “He wins the hustle plays. He just wants it more than the other guys, and that’s how he scores.” Ever-improving Davie (5-4, 1-2 Central Piedmont Confer­ ence) has won three in a row and four of five. Last year the Demons crushed Davie by 25 and 24 points. The War Eagles crushed W est D avidson 70-34 in a game played at Forbush. Five players hit double figures as Davie built a 42-15 halftime lead and continued to pound away in the second half. Jared Griggs (12 points), R oberts (10), H einer (10), Cham berlain (10) and Ivan Enriquez (10) shared the scor­ ing load. . V isiting W est F orsyth scored the final four points to hand Davie a stinging 59- 57 loss. The Titans hit the tiebreaking basket with one second left; “We won one like that (over Reynolds), and we lost one like that,” Wallace said. "The bas­ ketball gods balanced it out.” With the game tied at 57 and the clock winding down, 'I hills W Broc Barnette boxes out. At right, Brandon Horton sw itches to the left hand. - Photos by Kevin Carden m D o i n g t h e M O S T G O O D ” ing Iof DAVjIE COMTY For Info visit: www.salvatlonarmycarollnas.org/winston-saleml 2 a Titan flung the ball toward the basket. Somehow, it found the bottom of the net, snapping D avie’s four-gam e winning streak. “A kid who had been miss­ ing shots all game,” sighed Wallace. “Horton played great defense. He throws it up off- balance, across his body and it goes in.” Davie (I -3 CPC) took West to the w ire even though it didn't have one of its top scor­ ers, Shepherd, who turned an ankle a minute into the game and didn’t return. He was av­ eraging 9.6 points. It was a dogfight because Heiner posted his third 20-point game with a season-high 24. Horton played a big role with a season-high 19. Roberts had seven. Broc Barnette rebound­ ed effectively. “We played really well," hesaid. A gainst McKinnon (Aus­ tralia), the War Eagles rallied for a 45-40 win as they out- scored the Australians 14-5 in the fourth. Chamberlain had a lot to do with that. He scored 11 of his team-high 15 points in the fourth to lift Davie’s overall record to 7-5. The 15 matched a season high for Chamberlain, who came in averaging 5.4. “ He played w ell in the fourth,” he said of Chamber- lain, who hit five of seven foul shots in the fourth. “He had a rough game against Reynolds. The Australian team is pretty athletic, too, and they were playing good defense on him. He just overcame the mental barriers and said we’re going to win the game. He willed us to the win.” Roberts added 10 points and Horton seven. Shepherd sat out to rest his ankle. Davic 53, Reynolds 50 - Cory Heiner 20, Will Shepherd 13, Brandon Horton 11, Tyler Roberts 5, McKay Chamber- lain 4. D avie 70, W. D avidson 34 - Jared Griggs 12, Tyier Roberts 10, Cory Heiner 10, McKay Chamberlain 10, Ivan Enriquez 10, Brandon Horton 7, Will Shepherd 5, Chandler Steele 4, Broc Barnette 2. W . Forsyth 59, Davie 57 - Cory H einer 24, Brandon Horton 19, Tyler Roberts 7, C handler Steele 4, McKay Cham berlain 2, W ill Shep­ herd I. D av ie 4 5 , M c K in n o n (A u s tra lia ) 40 - M cK ay Chamberlain 15,Tyler Roberts 10, Brandon Horton 7, Cory Heiner 6, DeJuan Peebles 4, Chandler Steele 4, Broc Bar­ nette I.Cory Heiner tries a scoop shot. Peoyle DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, Thuredv , Jan. 15,2015 ■ C l Hi a "d ^ BU,l0r unto^ * r seniors being !srved by JHHRp Buw ano u « a S e c L i ' 50 baskets being delivered to A Storehouse tor Jesus. Wreaths Across America Woman’s Club Participates In National Cemetery Event an’s Club (MWC)Shfmo^hTy Bostiam Cbr^'Schlfef M^Ien! Sim tT T *“ ^ ^ ^= inE a, B ™ d n R0n c „ „ 4 President le a , Saunders wel- ^ 1 “ ’ p S " , I ' M « r . I * — * corned everyone and Judy Bailey $4,000. Please See Ct..h Paon r->gave a Christmas inspiration. « ease bee Club - Page C2 Raffle tickets had been sold by club members in November and winners announced. The sales were major fund raiser for the club’s Io- Fall raffle win ner P at Pat­ terson (left) Bruce White introduced bv Judy Bai- (right) T hese W om an's C u b .e m b e rs who traveied to Saiisbury Ior the W reaths A cross A .e rio a % % & * £ £ £ £ £ X E S a r ^ S Nancy Penry and Paulette Agha. M em bers of the Mocksville G arden Club pose for a photograph at their Custom ers pick up a tree at the Christm as G reenery Sale from Mocksville G arden Christm as party.. club project coordinator, Pat Reilly. Garden Club Has Best Greenery Sale Ever : In December, members of the Mocksville Garden Club held their annual Christmas party at the Komer Deli in 'armony. A dinner was served as veryone enjoyed fellow- hip and entertainment by a local dulcimer group called the Dogwood Blossoms. This group plays old mountain dulcimer music. Also in November, the club held its annual holiday greenery sale, Members sold Christmas trees, garland, wreaths, and swags to folks all over the county. This year's sale was the best ever. The greenery comes from a DavieCounty family, Mickey and Karen Ferrell, who have a tree farm in the mountains. To start off the new year, a program on “Birds in Win­ ter" was presented by Master Gardener Karen Daugherty. This focused on local birds seen in the wintertime and how to keep them coming to your yard. The importance of the right bird feeders, bird baths, bird houses, and food was discussed with many questions answered. To learn more about the club, attend a monthly meet­ ings on the first Thursday of each month at the First United Methodist. Church Family Life Center at 7 p.rh; ■ Refreshments and a progrant are provided. ^ The program for Feb. 5 is by Alethea Sparks Seagle from Hauser Creek Lavender Farm, "AU About Lavender.” C2 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Ja n . IS, 20IS Iadys Scott, Cathy Boles and Pam iynolds at the DBWA C hristm as party. BWA Holds Annual ihristmas Party Oh Dec. 4, The Davie Business Women (DBWA) held their holiday party at Misty Creek Vineyard near Farmington. Catering was provided by Savory Spoon in Advance. ; "It was a fun filled evening of holiday cheer and networking,” said Pam Reynolds. j The, Business Women hold their monthly meeting on the first Wednesday every month (except July and December) at Suhtrust Bank in. Mocksville, Stephanie Koefed and Bette Hauser. Krystal Dum as and T.J. Reynolds M em bers and their guests for a photo H Janice Schm idt opens a gift, w atched by Pam Reynolds,Bette H auser and D iane Battles. Gaining Ground with Rob Ellis, Andy Williams, Ted Nixon, Lynne Powell and John Powell will perform at the Farmington Community C enter on Friday evening. Bluegrass Friday EveningAt Farmington ' Farmington Community Center is hosting the Gaining Ground Bluegrass Band Fri­ day, night, Jan. 16at7p.m . !John and Lynne Powell are joined by Andy Williams on mandolin, Ted Nixon on banjo and Rob Ellis on dobro. John plays guitar while Lynne Club Continued From Page C l committee drew tickets for numerous door prizes. Instead of a program, club members participated in painting a Christmas can- vas'.under the instruction of Bnice .W hite. W hite owns Wild Mountain Designs Sc A#'in Farmington and is pres­ ident of the Davie County Arts Council. Each member went home with a nice Christ­ mas painting and learned a few things about painting. To make painting time more en­ joyable, Sharon Boger played piano Christmas music - and they all toasted Merry Christ­ mas and Happy New Year. Members visited the Na­ tional Cemetery in Salisbury on Dec. 13 with a donation of $935 to purchase 62 wreaths to be placed on the veteran’s graves. This event was in conjunction with the Wreaths ties it together with bass and vocals. They are from Mocks­ ville and share their time and musical talents at local nurs­ ing homes. They traveled ex­ tensively performing in many venues over several states and competing at-musical compe­ titions. Across America program. Several members and spous­ es make the trip to lay the wreaths and attend the cere­ mony. Some facts about the wreath's program: wreaths came from Maine and were voluntarily picked up and brought to Salisbury by a trucker from South Carolina; each truck load of wreaths was escorted by veterans on motorcycles to the drop­ off location; there were 360 wreaths delivered to the cem­ etery in Salisbury. This same ceremony of placing wreaths on the graves takes place all across the Unit­ ed States and Europe on the same day and same time. This is a touching ceremony and one that the Woman's Club is happy to participate in. AU of the work for the wreaths, making and distributing, is Andy, Ted and Rob are all accomplished musicians who make up the rest of the band and have been competing with Gaining Ground the last couple of years in competi­ tions such as the Allegheny Fiddler's Convention in Spar­ ta. Rob ad Lynn placed in the done by volunteers. Another highlight for club members was providing bas­ kets of specialty items for the seniors who are served by A Storehouse for Jesus. Linda Sechrist headed the project while members donated items or money. Fifty large baskets top 10 at this event. Farmington Community Center volunteers will serve hotdogs and hamburgers start­ ing at 6p.m .. For further information, call 492-5962 or contact the Farmington Community Cen- were filled and delivered to the Storehouse for Jesus by Sechrist and her grandson, JP Butler, and Alice Sineath and her husband BJ. Christmas could not be complete for the Woman's Club if Evelyn Daniel and her team did not hold bingo games at Autumn Care. A spaghetti supper Saturday in Advance will benefit the family of little Adalynne M arcella Scherer, who suffers from a terminal illness. Spaghetti SuppeL To Benefit The " Family Of Girl With Terminal Illness Get SweetheartA Singing Telegram Davie County Senior Ser­ vices will once again provide “Singing Telegrams” to sere­ nade sweethearts Feb. 11-13. Send a telegram to any­ one - friends, family or loved ones. They will go to their home or office. The Davie County Singing Seniors wil! sing two songs of your choice and give the re­ cipient a Valentine card. Cost for this is $10. AU proceeds go to Senior Services. Call 753-6230 to book the Singing Seniors. Last day to reserve telegrams is Feb.4. A benefit spaghetti supper for the family of Adalyhne Marcella Scherer will be held on Saturday, Jan. ! 7 from 5-8 p.m. at VFW Post 8719, 130 Feed Mill Road1Advance. The meals, eat in or take out, will also include salad, bread, dessert and drinks, are $8 each. Baked goods will be available to purchase to take home. Adalynne was bom on July 10,2014 and suffers from the rare, terminal illness of hy- dranencephaly, a condition in which the brain’s cerebral hemispheres are absent and are replaced by sacs filled with cerebrospinal fluid. Doctors were not opti­ mistic about her condition, informing the family that she might not live past birth, and at most, would only live to be a year old. Now 5 months old an.d blind, she suffers from degenerative muscular func­ tion, struggles with eating and suffers from multiple severe seizures daily. Hospice is assisting the family. Family and friends are : holding the supper to help the " family with the growing cost of medical bills, everyday ex- -* penses, and the inevitable bur- - den of funeral expenses. Proceeds, including do­ nations in excess of the meal cost, will go to the family. Sheffield-Calahaln DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 15,2015 - C3 • By Brenda Bailey Shcffield-Calahaln Correspondent Birthday wishes go to those celebrating this week: Stephen Cookson and June Reeves on Jan. 15; Elijah Lee Dyson, Jaime Dyson Stowe, Luke Reeves, Michelle Ham­ ilton, Rick Daywalt and Wes­ ley Hill on Jan. 16; Juanita Keaton on Jan. 17; Ivey Joyner, Grayson Ijames, Vicld Johnson and Brenda Ander­ son on Jan. 18; and Tammy Jones on Jan. 21. Congratu­ lations to Bob and Janie Spry, who will celebrate their an­ niversary on Jan. 19. If you would like an anniversary or birthday posted, please do not hesitate to call or email me. A photo of a young lady and gentleman were shown last week. I received guesses from Elvis Pressley to mem­ bers of the Goforth family. If not, the two were Linda and Bobby Goforth. The photo was taken some time in the early 1970s. Thanks to Linda for submitting the photo. An­ other photo of a young lady is shown this w eek. The answer CanaIPino Joyce Carter celebrates her birthday with grand­ daughter, Michelle Hamilton and daughter, Dawn Allen, at SeaLife Aquarium on Saturday, She w as 74 on Jan. 8,The Tomm Dollee Band m em bers - Donna Campbell, Kay Tilley, K.R. Pfaff a n d ' Garry Tilley entertain the crowd at T he Korner Deli on Saturday. will appear in next week’s news. If you have a photo you would like to see in this col­ umn, please forward to me. Sheffield-Calahaln VFD meetings are held each Mon­ day night at the station at .7. On Monday, Jan. 5, a commu­ nity meeting was held at the department to elect the 2015 board members. The new members are Barbara French, Teresa Campbell, Michaelene Lineberry and Jerry Locklair. Jimmy Kinder was elected the alternate. Congratulations to those nominated and elected. On Saturday, Jan. 31, New Union UMC will sponsor a Pancake Supper fundraiser for Sherri Dyson, who is bravely dealing with cancer. Sherri is the wife of Ricky Dyson. The event will be held at the Sheffield-Calahaln Commu­ nity Center, at 174 Turkeyfoot Road, from 5-8 p.m. The sup­ per will consist of pancakes, sausage, eggs, stewed apples, milk, juice and coffee. Dona­ tions will be accepted. Beginning Feb. 4, New Union will have a Kid’s Night for age’s preschool-high school each Wednesday eve­ ning from 6:30-8. The Fox Mountain Enter­ tainers will perform at The Komer Deli, 3387 Harmony Hwy., Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Other events: Joe' Mahaffey and NuHiWay on Jan. 24; Il­ lustrious Jay Birds on Jan. 31. Melissa Gaither, invites children (0-4) to Toddler Storytime each Wednesday morning from 10:30-11. Prayer list requests con­ tinue for Madeline Lapish1 Jean Reavis, J.W. Keaton, Melvin Allred, Tom Cloer; Tom Bumgarner, Paul Beck, G.H. Goforth, Will Shepherd, Kermit Shoaf1 Craig Church, Bryan Swain, Creola Rogers, Bonnie Gunter, Lori Dyson, Villard Beck, Fred Roth, Ber­ tie Stout, Dalton Edwards, SherTi Dyson, James Richard­ son, Kenneth Talley, Johnny Naylor. Jimmy Dyson, Bill Carter, John Wallace, Lester Edwards, Jerry Ratledge, Dot Keller and Alvin and Louise Pope. Our sincere condo­ lences to the families of Carlie Renegar1 Betty Church, Betty _________________________ SL ceton. W bnddl S.in n d C a n |d e n % (h, :: EloiseStephens. / „ Send comments, infonro- y0U" d ™ ™ n ? W a tc h - tion and photos no later than ri®x ^ week for the an- ,. Monday at 9 a.m. to brjbai- sw er- i'i: By Betty E Cana/Pino Correspondent Breakfast ^t Wesley Cha­ pel United Methodist Church is the big event in our commu­ nity this week; Recently, while he .and his grandmother were stalled in traffic iri Winston-Salem, 8-year-old Oliver Cujas said, “I don’t like the city; I want to go back to the country where there is freedom." . We invite you to the coun­ try where there is freedom on Saturday, Jan. 17. Come to breakfast at Wesley Cha­ pel United Methodist Church where you will be invited to help yourself to country ham, sausage, scrambled eggs, grits [ red-eye gravy, sawmill gravy, baked appies,"hom e­ made biscuits; orange juice, and coffee. We want you to enjoy the good food and fel­ lowship along with the free­ dom. Advance Amy Cujas has returned to Catawba College after spend­ ing the holidays with her par­ ents at Cana. She had to. re­ turn early to continue training for the Catawba swim team. Amy is a sophomore. Our community has been beset with illness and acci­ dents (falls) as have many other areas of our county. Gene Miller fell twice in one day and ended up in the hos­ pital. After a short stay, he was able to return home; and he says that he and his wife, M arie, are doing as well as 92 year olds can do„ Gene and M arie, who have contributed so much to Wesley Chapel Church and to our communi­ ty, continue to be positive role models. . Frank Hawkins also fell; but he did not want to go to the emergency room even though he got a bump on his head. He seems to be doing as well as before the fall, but still has many complications due to ALS (Lou Gehrig’s dis­ ease). Frank’s wife, Toby, has cracked vertebrae as the result of helping Frank when he fell. She is still having a great deal of back pain. Kathy Ellis was sick the. last week of her Christmas vacation. She has recovered enough to return to work. The Ellis’ guests, Bob’s daughter, her husband, and their five children, who spent time with Bob and Kathy during the hol­ idays, returned to their home in Rorida. Tom Horton had quite a struggle with illness which required a stay in the hospi­ tal, but he has recovered suf­ ficiently to return to church to play the piano and organ. tWesIey Chapel people appre­ ciate Tom using his talents to provide music. Toni Horton visited her son, Jamie Losh, his wife, and children in Indiana during the holidays. Toni is a devoted grandmother who often flies to Indiana to check on the grandchildren who are grow­ ing up so rapidly. While in Indiana, Toni also visited with her mother and step-father, who were in Indiana but who have now returned to their home in Rorida. Roland West, who has Lewy body disease, has been beset by an added malady, shingles. The shingles, which manifest itself in his leg, has caused him much angst. It seems that anyone w ho has had chicken pox carries the virus in their bodies and can develop shingles. Roland was one of the people to get shin­ gles as the result of having chicken pox as a child. ' Vemon D ull, who has been beset with health problems, has been able to attend church several Sundays. Vemon, a life-long, dedicated member of Wesley Chapel, rang the church bell at 9:30 for an un­ told number of years. Even though he can’t always do that now, Wesley Chapel peo­ ple are always so glad to see him sitting in his special pew. Vemon will be celebrating his 90th birthday this month. Members of Wesley Cha­ pel are happy that Clyde Mur­ ray has been able to attend church for several weeks. Ije £ and his wife, Virginia, w e ja ; faithful members for mady'-J years, but had been unable Io J; attend for some time becauld-* of her illness. Virginia is 'a j|j Autumn Care Nursing HonigSI in Mocksville where she' receiving rehabilitation andi", seems to be making some” progress. ' S r By E dith Zim m erm an Advance Correspondent I was pleasantly surprised recently when I received a one 100-year-old copy of Ad­ vance News written Jan. 3, 1915. A copy of this can be found on page 2. An impressive commit­ ment service was held on Sun­ day at Advance United Meth­ odist Church led by pastor, the Rev. Patrick Snow. A bowl of water was on the altar where the congregation was ask to come up'tofdipta finger in the water and cross their forehead as a commitment to Chnst. G etwell w ishesgotoJean Markland who is recuperating from recent quadruple bypass open heart surgery. Sympathy is expressed to the family of Janie Chaplin. She died Saturday after an extended illness. Janie and her late husband Sam Chap­ lin were former directors of many week-long trips for the people in the area. . We welcomed Charles Markland Jr. and his wife Lo- rene Markland and Nick and Faye Poindexter as new mem­ bers of the Methodist church Sunday during the worship service. 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Change The Life Of A Child Big Brothers/Sisters Has Volunteer Opportunities ' ‘ "I've learned that people ; ; will forget what you said, ‘ people will forget what you - ^ did; but people will never [l ^yrget how 'you made them feel." -M ayaA ngeIou t Big' Brothers Big Sis- yoii have the opportunity to change the life, of a child for the better. Forever. The agency provides one- to-one mentoring services which are proven to help chil­ dren overcome adversity and beat the odds. As the nation’s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring network, “Big Brothers Big Sis­ ters holds itself accountable for measurable outcomes in children reaching educational success, avoiding risky be­ haviors and achieving higher aspiration,” said Jenna Hen­ dricks, program coordinator. • More than 600 children across Davie and Forsyth counties benefited from a caring mentor through Big Brothers Big Sisters in 2014. “The men, women and •teens who volunteer for Big Brothers Big Sisters give our kids 'a g ift that no amount of money could ever buy,” Hen- dripks said. “They give them the; gift of hope, praise, and motivation. They, help the children believe in themselves and that makes all the differ-'' ence. I “We are grateful for our volunteers, sponsors, and do­ nors but especially grateful ’ to our volunteers during this month of recognition,” she said. Shawan Gabriel, president CEO of Big Brothers Big Sis­ ters, said; “Our volunteers are the; lifeblood of the agency. They give our children hope, provide a guiding hand and are a consistent force in the child's life. We can raise all the funds we need to run the operations but without our volunteers the'money doesn't matter. We simply cannot do our jobs without them.” Christie Ruff was named Big of the Year for the agen­ cy serving Forsyth and Da­ vie counties. Ruff and her ffiGCa T he agency Big of the Year, Christie Ruff and Little, Sofia, enjoy the photo booth - 'W«t Big Larry Colbourne with his Little David and sister show off their costum es. Myracle finds her pumpkir Bill' and M artha Bow-iRon Keister, Kristen ers sponsor the M atch Christm as Party. Little Sister, Sofia, have been matched for five years and will represent the agency in the Big of the Year selection at the state level. She has served the agency with countless hours of time and energy through her dedi­ cation to her Little Sister, ser­ vice on our Advisory Board, and her ongoing fundraising efforts. "Not only has she been a wonderful mentor to Sophia, but she has also been a tre­ mendous advocate for our or­ ganization," said Hendricks. Sophia said: “Christie de­ serves the Big of the Year award because she is there for me every day. She gives me advice and guidance on how to handle school, friends, and homework. I love spending time with her.” The following Bigs have been matched with their Lit­ tles for three or more years: Brad.and Betty Hoots, Dana Strauch, Ruth Hoyle, Bill and Pat Campbell, Meridith Whitaker, Brandy Doub, Laura Aron, Andrea Nichols, Debbie Koontz1 Elizabeth Bumgarner, Allison Lam­ bert, Larry Colboume, Judy Sherrill, Christie Ruff, Jenna Hendricks, Bill Jobert, Judy Bailey, Dan Martin, Barbara Laymon1Lisa Hartness1 Hunt­ er McDaniel, Erin Weather­ man, Delaney Rudolph, Han­ nah Sprinkle, Emma Rogers, Kyle Saarm, Jessica Crews, Abby Vogler, Michael Walker and Sarah Gibson. “A big thank you to all of our volunteers for all you do,” Hendricks said. There are many ways to get involved with Big Broth­ ers Big Sisters. Become a Big, sponsor a wait list ac­ tivity, sponsor children for New Big SisterM aureen and'H ayley pose for a pic- back-to-school or Christmas, fure. or participate in the annual Bowl For Kids' Sake. This year’s Bowl For Kids’ Sake will be Saturday, Feb. 28 from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. at A M Flanes in Winston-Salem. ''We are glowing crazy," said Amy Boardwine, direc­ tor of philanthropy. “It is the event you love with a fresh new spin featuring glow bowling, face painting, the Please See BBBS - Page CS Pastor Jason W hitaker gives out som e football pointers to som e of the guys.Trey loves his new action figures.Santa stops by and delivers presents to the kids. DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , Thursday, Jan. 15,2015 - CS Agencies Collaborate ForAngeI Tree Project W hen visitors walked through the Davie Family YM CA in December, they were greeted with a tree filled with angels. These anonymous angels represented local children and adults in need w ho are being serviced by either The Dragonfly House (Children’s Advocacy Center or Davie County Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center. This year, 82 angels were on the tree, 17 from domes­ tic violence and 65 from The Dragonfly House. “A s usual, the generous people in Davie County came through for those less fortunate, and all the angels were taken from the tree," said Sheila Sm ith, commu­ nity outreach coordinator for The Dragonfly House. H ere’s where the fun begins. A fter the items were purchased, they were brought back to the YMCA with the angel. The YMCA had a volunteer elf nam ed. Annie Thomas who has Annie T hom as is a busy "elf volunteer at the Davie Family YMCA. coordinated the effort for many years. Although she isn’t w earing'a red suit or T he “angels” include gift suggestions. jsn’t carried around Davie County by reindeer, she can be seen hauling car loads of gifts to each agency who then distributes the gifts to the families they serve. Clearly, this is a labor of love. “Annie gets lists from the agencies and coordinates everything,” said M aggie M ills, m ember experience manager with the Davie YM CA. The Y promotes the project to members. The Dragonfly House and Davie Domestic Violence primari­ ly have clients in the facility, so there isn’t an audience for such a tree. This is why the location is so important.” Every angel was chosen from the tree at the YM CA. “This helps those in the community," said M ills. “I like the angel tree project because it’s a quick, tangible way for people to help. The Y is focused on youth devel­ opment, healthy living and social responsibility, so this project is perfect. It’s so nice that we can w ork together to have such a big impact on the kids." “We are so thankful for the hard work of all those coordinating this effort," said Brandi Reagan, execu­ tive director of The Drag­ onfly H ouse. “O ur agency doesn't receive a lot of foot traffic, so working with the Y on this project to help our kids is such a blessing. People are so generous in Davie County, and we w ant. them to know how much we appreciate everybody coming together to make Christmas special for these children.” Lorri H ayest Executive director for Davie Domestic Violence Services, said: “The angel tree really made all the difference for these families. W ithout it,kids w ouldn’t have anything for Christmas. We had one client share that it was a life saver to her family.” “This angel tree project is just one example of many organizations in the county doing good work for others, but this collaborative effort is important to the success for all involved. It is a team effort worth recognizing, but the real angels are those who took the list from the tree and made spirits bright this holiday season for so many,” Sm ith said. “Thank you." For more information, visit www.thedragonfly• house.com, www.davieymca . org or www Javiecountync. gov. AU three agencies are United Way PartnerA gen- Holly Sinopoli (second from left) and and the youth from First Baptist Church of Mocksville host the Big Brothers/Big Sisters waitlist holiday party.for hosting a great event. Beth, Butch, and D ebbie are just a few of the volunteers during the holiday season for Big Brothers/Big Sisters... BBBS... Conrinued From Page C4 party pumping all day long.” joy extended time with their of fun this year." said Board- aboardwine@bbbsnc.org. organization or other group, Krispy Kreme Cruiser, a prize In addition to the new teams with two free games, wine. To register, go to www. To volunteer, for more contact Hendricks at 751- "We encourage teams to get bbbsnc.org/DavieBFKS2015 information or to schedule 9906 or jhendricks@ bbbsnc. . creative and plan to have lots or contact Boardwine at a presentation for a church, org. patrol and a DJ to keep the theme, bowlers will c Two Red Cross Bloodmobiles To Be Held Here ▼ j l HlR YOUTH DEVtlOPMeMT' fOR HEAlTtlY LIViNQ FOR SOOAL RESPONSIBILITY The American Red Cross encourages eligible blood donors to start a lifesaving habit by becoming a regular blood donor this year, start­ ing with National Blood Do­ nor M onth in January. Two blood drives are scheduled in Davie County: • Jan. 16 from 2-6:30 p.m. at W almart, • 261 Coopers Creek Drive, Mocksville; and • Jan. 27 from 2-6:30 p.m. at the Davie County Public Library, 371 N. M ain St., Mocksville. January is a challenging time for blood donations. In­ clement weather can result in blood drive cancellations, and cold and Au season may cause some donors to be un­ able to make or keep blood donation appointments. National Blood Donor M onth, celebrated in January since 1970, raises awareness of the need for blood during the winter and throughout the year, while honoring those who roll up a sleeve to help patients in need. Donors of all blood types are needed, especially those with O negative, A negative and B negative. Type O neg­ ative is the universal blood type and can be transfused to patients with any blood type. Types A and B negative can be transfused to Rh positive or negative patients. To Ieam more about do­ nating blood and to schedule an appointment, download the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visit redcrossblood.org or call I-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767). HEALTHY a s m a E M Join today, and that's what you pay. D avieF am ilyY M C A 3 3 6 - 7 5 1 - 9 6 2 2 w w w .d a v ie y m ca .o rg F in a n c ia lA s sista n c e A v a iIa b ie .. C6 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , Thursday, Ja n . 15,2015 Kalte Koontz (on the left in both photos) and Joel Cartne (left) and Kay Koontz take part in the Salem M ethodist Christm as program. County Line B yShirleyT horne County Liiie Conrespondent . Below normal tempera­ tures still prevail. Continue to check on the elderly, espe­ cially those living alone. Our folks are still recuperating from the holidays, enjoyed by everyone as pictures show. This weekend we have some events featuring good food. I and fun for the family, Begin Saturday with a deli­ cious breakfast and fellowship as the Salem United Method­ ist Men prepare breakfast from 6-10 a.m ,t the County Music is provided by Brandon Koontz, Brittany Clark and Tammy Newton and Pastor John ErwinLine VFD on Ridge Road .I ' mile from US 64 West. The p,m. Monday, Jan. 19 in the buffet includes country ham fellowship hall. Sue Mastin and sausage, scrambled eggs, will present a program on in­ grits, baked apples, red-eye temational mission work and gravy, sausage gravy, biscuits, needs. The women invite oth- and drink. Omelets and pan- ers for the program followed cakes are served upon request, by refreshments and fellow- Donations are accepted. Shop ship. the bazaar table for a Sunday The Clarksbury Seniors dinner dessert or gift. Pro- will meet at I p m . Tuesday, ceeds benefit the building of a Jan. 20 in the fellowship hall, new fellowship hall. The group invites other senior Calvary Baptist will host a adults in the community for showing of the movie "Fro- an afternoon of games, re- zen” from 2-4 p.m. Satur- freshments, and fellowship, day in the fellowship hall. Upcoming community Church members invite all events include a country ham kids, young and old, for the and sausage breakfast spon- moyie plus hot chocolate, soft sored by the V-Point Ruritans drinks, popcorn, and cookies, from 6-10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. Piney Grove AME Zion 7 at the V-Point Building, is hosting an "Everybody's - Our community extends its Birthday" gala from 4-7 p.m. deepest-sympathy to-the fam-1'" Saturday at the Davie County ily of Wendell Sain, who died Public Library, Dinner menu Saturday at UNC-MemoriaI includes appetizer tray, ham. Hospital in Chapel Hill. A na- meatballs,turkey,gravy,green tive of Davie, he was bom in beans, veggie tray, pasta, 1960 to the IateCeciI Sanford rolls, drink, and cake. Enter- and Marjorie Elizabeth Sain, tainment includes games with He attended Davie County prizes, music by the "Echoes schools and married the for- of Christ" of Salisbury, and mer Tina Smith in October the Piney Grove -Youth Praise 1981. The couple resided ori Dancers. Cost is SlO per per- Davie Academy Road near son and $6 for children age Saint Matthews' Lutheran 12 and under. For tickets or Church. He was a charter more information, please call member of the Davie County Lonell Pruitt on 704-252- Rescue Squad dive team and 2044 or the church office on a member of the County Line 704-546-2700. Tickets will be VFD1 where he had served as available at the door. Remember the meeting his disability he was employed a n a p | of the Women on Missions as chief detention officer of of Society Baptist at 2 pun. the Davie County Sheriffs today (Thursday) in the fei- Office. A service celebrating lowship hall. Mary Jo Lewis his life was held Wednesday w illpresentaprogram onthe afternoon at Eaton Funeral mission work and needs in the Chapel, and he was laid to rest Ivory Coast area. The program in the Salem United Method- wili include games, food, and ist Church Cemetery, handouts. The group invites We send get-well wishes others in the community. . to Chink Campbell, who was ^ The V-Point Ruritan's hospitalized and is recuperat- bingo for senior adults" ing at Brian Center. Alice Ab- scheduled for today has been sher is feeling better and will canceled. The Ruritans look begin a series of treatments, forward to seeing you at their JeffA bshercontinuestoim - n ^ . event for senior adults in Feb- prove after his bypass surgery y C a rtn er- u / XR- • but remainS at Presby‘erian Iredell Memorial Hospital. r i r v R T , 0" -Uissi0ns0-, H°Spi,aJ in Charl0,te' 0m Junior Stroud continues in re-Calvary Baptist will meet at 7 Stroud remains in rehab at hab at Trinity-Elms in CIem- ^-------------------------------- mons. Mabel Gryder remains at Autumn Care of Statesville. Nick Reaves remain at Brian Center of Statesville. Join us in prayer for the Lord's divine healing and blessings upon Chink, Al­ ice, Jeff, Om, Junior, Mabel. Nick, and others who are hav­ ing health problems. Prayfor the Lord' comfort and strength upon the family of Wendell as they adjust to life without him. For news and memories to share, please call Shirley on 492-5115 or email sdtlink® hotrnail.com. m W esley Sloan and Zachary Carter “i Moraan Campbell concentrates on her part a s an Landon McEwen. I The SaIem Choir prepares to sing. FARMINGTON VFD OPEN HOUSE Sunday, Jan. 25,2015 2:00 - 3:00 P.M. AiWUAL INCORPORATORS MEETING SundayJan. 25,2015 Farmington Volunteer Fire Dept. 1880 Farmington Road V: The cast ot the Salem Methodist program. Obituaries Carlie Clinton Renegar Mr. Carlie Clinton Ren- egar, 86, of Harmony, died on Jan. 5,2015. Mr. Renegar was bom May 12,1928 in Iredell County to the late Silas H. and Eliza­ beth Grose Renegar He was a lifetime member of Liberty Baptist Church. Mr. Renegar owned and operated a local bulldozing business for 20 years. He also worked in the maintenance department for Forsyth County School Sys­ tem for 15 years. Due to Mr. Janie Shaver Chaplin Mrs. Janie Shaver Chap­ lin, 79, -of Comatzer Road, Mocksville, died Saturday, Jan. 10,2015, at Forsyth Med­ ical Center in Winston-Salem., She was bom April 20, 1935 in Rowan County to the late Walter and Middie Ann Whitley Shaver. Mrs. Chaplin was a member of Comatzer Baptist Church where she was assistant Sunday school secre­ tary for many years. She was retired from AT&T. She was preceded in death Renegar's strong work ethics, Janice Hege Campbell on Sept. 9 ,2010, by her hus- Wendell Fletcher Sain he concluded his working ca- Mrs. Janice Hege Camp- band, Kenneth Stanley Smith Judy Foster Musgrave , . - - *- • Samuel Chaplin to Mr. Wendell Fletcher Sain, Mr. Kenneth Stanley Mrs JudvA nnFosterM us- reer at the maintenance de- bell, 75, died Thursday, Jan. whom she was married July 54, of Mocksville, died Sat- Smith, 67, of North Main grave '72 of Bames Road partment at the Davie County 8,2015, at her home. 15,1953. She was also prede- urday, Jan. 10, 2015, at UNC Street, Mocksville, died Tues- A dvancediedS aturdayJan' School System. Mr. Renegar She was bom March 11, ceased by siblings, Theolene Hospital in Chapel Hill. day, Jan. 6,2015, at his home. 10 2015 enjoyed the outdoors, gos- 1939, in Iredell County to the Watson, Bruce Shaver. Iris He was bom Dec. 24, Mr. Smith was bom Aug. Shew asbom O ct 11 1942 pel music, and was a master IateH ollisP auland E leanor ColeandN ancyK oontz. 1960 in Davie County to the 28, 1947, in Massillon, Ohio in Forsvth Countv to the late gardener, He was an Atlanta Nellie Abercrombie Hege. Survivors: numerous niec- late Cecil Sanford "Red” and to the late Kenneth A. and Ro- Spurgeon Holmes Foster1Sr Braves fan who loved a good Mrs. Campbell was a dedicat- es and nephews; and special Marjorie Elizabeth Winters berta Bailey Smith. He was and Virginia Lucille Melton baseball game. ed volunteer at A Storehouse friend, Tony Jimenez. Sain. Mr. Sain was employed a veteran of the U.S. Marine Foster At the age of 8 she was Survivors, his wife of 66 For Jesus. Mrs. Campbell A funeral service was con- as the chief detention officer Corpsandretiredfrom Funder diagnosed with a juvenile dia- years Geneva N Renegar; enjoyed making others laugh ducted at 11 am ., Wednesday, for the Davie County Sher- America. betic case now known as iuve- 3 children, Judy R. Burrell andneverlosthersenseofhu- Jan. 14 at Comatzer BapUst iffs office. He was a member Survivors: 2 sons, Michael nile diabetes For the next 64 and husband Jim , Ricky L. mor. She brought spunk and with the Rev. Ed Kuhar offi- of County Line Fire Depart- and David Smith; a friend he vears she followed the doc- Renegar, and Teressa R. Hig- lifetoeveryoneandw asade- dating. Burial followed in the ment and a charter member of thought of as a sister, Rosie tor's orders and remained in f 1" !;.9 Ange- voted Christian. church cemetery. The family Davie County Rescue Squad Drake (Elton Dillard); and pretty good shape She never la, Kim, Aaron. Amy, Knsty, She was also, preceded in received friends at the church D iveteam . their sons, who he thought of let the diabetes get the victory Christina, Jennifer, Candice, death by her husband of 56 one hour prior to the service. Survivors: his wife, Tina as grandsons, Brian Dillard until the end but remained a Michael, 18 great-grandchil- years, C. Wayne Campbell; 2 Memorials: Comatzer Smith Sain of the home; a (Ami) and Justin Dillard. fighter Mrs Musgrave's first dren, Colon, Mason, Cednc, brothers, Wayne and Bobby Baptist, 1372 Comatzer Road, daughter, Elizabeth Sain A visitationw asheldfrom job out of high school was Bnttany, Anthony H dey, Hege; and a brother-in-law, Mocksville. Snow (A dam );2sisters,D iane 10-11 am ., Saturday, Jan. 10 secretary of Mocksville Sav- Alex1 Tara1 Carter, Breckin, Curt Bostian. Online condolences: www. Crotts (David), all of Mocks- at Eaton Funeral Home. Cre- Dakota, Logan, Hayden, Eli- Survivors: 3 children, eatonfuneralservice.com. ville, Lynn VogIer (Gary) of mation has taken place, jah, Emma, J.T., McKenzie Eddie Campbell (Ruth) of Cooleemee; a brother, San- Online condolences: www. and a special great-grand- Faimington, Tina Downing Virginia Giradot Rocklin ford Sain (Gwen) of Sutes- eatonfuneralservicetom. daughter, Chloe; and a sister, (Eric) of St. Charles, Mo. Virginia Giradot Swiergiel ville; a sister-in-law, Sarah Betty Ruth R. Brown and hus- and Trudy Hege of Chulu- Rocklin of Yadkinville died Lewis (Carl) of Advance; a band Edward. ota, Fla.; 2 granddaughters, on Jan. 8,2015. brother-in-law, Marvin Smith He was also preceded in Christy Reese (Bobby) and She was bom Sept. 22, (Cinda) of Mocksville; 2 death by his 2 brothers. OdeII Jamie Hege; a sister, Pauline 1944 in New York to Edgar grandchildren, Kathalene Ni- Renegar and Alton Ren- Bostian of Mocksville; a sis- Giradot and Lillian Bowers cole "Katie” Pitts and Spen- egar; and by a sister, Nina R. ter-in-law. Sue Hege of Con- Schwartz. She was preceded cer Grant Snow; and several Melton. nelly Springs; several nieces in death by her parents and by nieces and nephews. The family received and nephews; her special and 2brothers. A funeralservicew astobe friends Thursday, Jan. 8 at companion, Tabitha; special Survivors: her husband conducted at 2 p m ., Wednes- "Gentry Family Funeral Ser- friends, M arie Collins and Dennis of the home; children, day, Jan. 14 at Eaton Funeral vice in Yadkinville. His fu- Amy Duffner; and many other Sue(Joe)R einhartofO regon, Chapel with the Rev. Darren neral service will be held at 2 friends from the Storehouse. D ina(M aurice)Law ingofPi- Crotts officiating. Burial was p m . Friday, Jan. 9 at Liberty A memorial service was lot Mountain, Richard Rock- to follow in Salem United Baptist Church by the Revs, conducted at 2 p.m., Sun-' Iinl M arshaIl(Tina) Swiergiel Methodist Church Cemetery. Noel Hawks, Steve Hedge- day, Jan. I) at Eaton Funeral of Advance, Melanie (Tim) The family received friends cock and William Hutchens, Chapel with the Rev. Kevin Grannaman of Mocksville, Tuesday at the funeral home, officiating. He lie in-state 30 Frack officiating. The family Michael (Angie) Rocklin of Memorials: Blaise Handy- minutes prior to the.service, received friends at the funeral Las Vegas, Wendy (Scott) man Ministry, 134 Blaise Burial followed in the church home following the service. Carter, and Timothy Swier- Church Rd., Mocksville. cemetery. Memorials: A Storehouse giel; 2 sisters, Frances (John) Online condolences: www Memorials: chanty of the For Jesus, 675 E. Lexington Ortigies of Scotia, N.Y. and eatonfuneralservice.com. donor's choice. Road, Mocksville. Mary Lou Clink of Ft. My- OnIine condolences: www. Online condolences: wwiv. ers, Fla.; 20 grandchildren; 7 gentryfuneralservice.com. eatonfimeralservice.com. ' great-grandchildren; and nu­ merous nieces and nephews. ings and Loan. W hen her hus­ band started his own business, ' she retired from the bank • to help him for the next five . years until her health forced • her into retirement. Survivors: her husband of 34 years, Roger Eugene Mus- grave of the home; 2 brothers, Spurgeon Foster Jr., (Sherry) and Jerry Foster (Cindy); 2 nieces, Jessica Foster Thom­ as (Jack) and Lisa Foster; 4 great-nieces, Addisyn and Brooklyn Thomas and Clara Tate and Emmie Foster, all of Mocksville; 2 nephews, Bryan Foster (Beth) of Roper and Wesley Foster (Heather) or Columbia; 4 great-neph- ews, Peyton. Luke1Ayden and iicnry Foster; 2 aunts, Lucille Melton and Ruth Foster, both ‘ Mocksville; sister-in-law, ’ Lindsay Ray Luper Mr. Lindsay Ray Luper, W alter Gregory Coble Mt. Walter Gregory Coble 62, of Dobson, died on Satur- Carole M usgiave Sorrell day,Jan.3,2015attheJoan& (Guy) o f Charlotte; brother- Howard Woltz Hospice home in-law, Steven Michael Mus- in Dobson. grave; sister-in-law, Nancy He was bom in Arostic, Musgrave Wheelock of Wel- 53, of Mocksville, died Mon- Maine on Jan. 16, 1952 to come; stepdaughter, Angie day, Dec. 29 , 2014 at his Walter Gray Coble and the Musgrave Taylor (Stafford) home. late Georgina Ellen Lovely of Archdale; and her 4 cats, He was bom April 17, Coble. He was a 1970 gradu- Pumpkin, Spanky, Blackie 1961 in Davie County to the ate of Davie High School and andNola. late Melvin J. and Elnora Ge- earned a degree from Mitch- A funeral service was con- neva Bowles Luper. eU Community College in ducted at 2 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. Survivors: his brother, Ste- Statesville. He retired from 13 at Eaton Funeral Chapel phen Luper of Mocksville. Reynolds Tobacco Co. after with the Rev. Darren Johnson A private interment was 32 years. He was a veteran of of Hebron Baptist Church, held in Jericho Church of the US Army having served in Statesville officiating. Burial Christ Cemetery. Vietnam. followed in Comatzer United ., , Memorials: Make-A-Wish He was also preceded in Methodist Church Cemetery.A m cm ori.lservicsforlht Thursday, Inn. 22 at Blmse vegelables. cm cken. tea «nd ^ & WeJKnl N c „3, death by , sist„ Rllth 0 sjl ^ family receivcd frf=nds _ , , „. „ ,, , Harding Place, Charlotte, Snyder. at the funeral home one hourbe by the Piney Grove Youth 28204 Online condolences: eatonfuneralservice.coi Piney Grove To Host Birthday Celebration SaturdayAt Library A birthday celebration for Public Library, 271 N. Main $10 for adults and $6 forchil- all months of the year will be St., Mocksville. dren under age 12. held from 4-7 p jn . Saturday, Sponsored by Piney Grove Dinner will include meat- Jan. 17 at the Davie County AME Zion Church, tickets are balls, ham, turkey, rice and , gravy, green beans, pasta.Memorial Service For Unborn Jan. 22 mils, desserts, cheese and prebom will be held at 7 pjn. Breakfast Saturday Breakfast will be held d a m p r e g @ y M j.il . Saturday', Jan. 17 at Wes­ ley Chapel United. Methodist Church, three miles west of Farmington just off NC 801 North on Pino Road. The menu will include country ham, sausage, scram­ bled eggs, grits, red-eye gra­ vy, sawmill gravy, baked apples, homemade biscuits, orange juice, and coffee from 6:30-10 a.m. Baptist Church, 134 Blaise lemonade. Entertainment will Church Road, Mocksville. For more information, Praise Dancers and Echo’s of contact the Davie Pregnancy Christ from Salisbury. Care Center at 753-4673 or To learn more, call LoneIl Pruittat 704-252-2040. You are always welcome at First United Methodist Church 310 North Main Street Historic Downtown Mocksville ContemporaryWorship 6:45 a.m. Traditional Worship 1055 a.m. SundaySchool for all ages 950 a.m. . WeekIyPrayer Service-Thurs. Noon-I^W p.m. www.ffrstumcmocksvilIe.org Telephone: 751-2503 ^ n4in METAL ROOFING 3’ Coverage * 40+ Colors AU COLORS UEKBior STM MTB> 40 Year Warranty UP TO1SOOb TAX CREDIT AVAILABLE 704-278-3000 MID-STATE MCTAlS oftheCarolinas.LLC I www.midstatemetals.com § H O W A R D R E A LT Y Featured Listings ------------ i,jB2E I|E C a E E 2 I ^ i MMftaiaUMtO ■« K bp «or» S*g 'iir « £50? 330 S. SaBsbuiy SI, MocbvSe * 336-751-3538 www.howardrMhycom. 1^1:1 Cedar Ridge Apartments Elderly Households (Persons 62, handicap or disoblea) I and 2 Bedroom Apartments Accessible Units P lease Call: 336-751-0226 TDD/TYY#[1] 800-735-2962 -TNa I* in Eqml Opportunlly Jw PrevkMr * Emptoy*- I U3WL BCKSESG omi nvsm (5 Surviving: his wife, Doris prior to the service. Regina W hite Coble of the Memorials: American Dia- home; his father, Walter Gray betes Assoc., 1300 Baxter St., Coble of Dobson; Aunts and Ste. 150, Charlotte, 28204. Uncle Hazel and John Frank Online condolences: www. Garwood of Mocksville, Lee eatonfimeralservice.com. Coble of Cooleemee; and best friend, Mark Snow of Cana, Va. A visitation was held at Moody-Davis Funeral Home in Dobson on Monday, Jan.5. There will be .no further ser­ vices. Memorials: Joan & How­ ard Woltz Hospice Home, 945 Zephyr Rd., Dobson, 27017; or Foothills Food Pantry, PO Box 1065,Dobson, 27017. Online condolences: www. moodyfuneralservices.com. Jackie Arnette Jackie Amette died on Jan. 4,2015. " She was bom on Jan. 20, 1948 and was preceded in death by her mother, Henriet­ ta Hix. ■ Survivors: her husband, Vemon “Slim" Anrette; a son, + Shannon Amette and wife Audrey; a daughter, Kendall Knight; an uncle and aunt, Earl and Nancy; and friend like a sister, Debbie Spillman. C8 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015 This newspaper really gets around m m On A Safari In Northern Uganda Gene Whittaker recently retuned from a three-week trip to Uganda to visit his son Scott and wife Julia and his grandchildren, Solomon, Salem, and Silas. Of course, he took the latest copy of the Enterprise Record, even on a safari at the game reserve in Murchison Falls National Park in Northern Uganda. Even the giraffes seem inter­ ested in what’s happening in Davie County. Vcfllt€ A i 'r j Z' A >«■ ' V s t i Family Time. In Omifomia Never leave home without it the latest copy of the Davie Coui ty Enterprise Record, that is! Tf Mitchell family kept up with loc; news while visiting in Californi - that’s Tom and Lana with chi dren Faith, Judah, Isaac and 1st iah Mitchell. At right above, the have fun at LaJolIa Shores, Calii and at left, learn a bit of history i the Mt. Soledad National Veteran Memorial. Max, the labradoodi also went along on the trip. Hi wanted to check the newspaper ti see what animals were availabh at the Humane Society’s pet adop tion center! Students DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 15,2015 - D t Peyton B earden (left), Dallas Grubb and Milly G ranadero learn how to use f.lm making tools during the class including tripod, cam era and clapper. South Davie students Milly G rahadero1 Dallas G rubb and Peyton Bearden exam ­ ine a script. South Filmmakers Learning The Ropes I - An actor's job is all about step- k'/ ping inside someone else’s life. ]. jom etim eshis.oifherownperson- n al experiMfcTerids insight into how to depifiFa character’s emotions. ■ One of Katherine Reeves’ South D a.ie eighth grade film class stu­ dents recently experienced emotions sim ilar'to the ones she portrayed us a Civil War soldier's wife in the i class s Veterans’ Day film. My stepdad is in the National , G uard,’ said Destiny Belton. “He was deployed for about a year, and ■t was hard. I knew how I felt when he left, so it wasn’t too hard to feel those emotions again." san. 21 at 7 p.m., the public is in­ vited to attend South’s-Film Show­ case, including the Veterans' Day film, featuring works the students created during first semester. Admis­ sion is free. Hannah Wells played the part of a World War II nurse. “I really had the look on my face that my patient died. I feel that I have learned how to express my emotions well in this class,” said Wells. Jaretzy Hemandez has enjoyed the filming aspect of the class. “I liked being behind the scenes. It was fun seeing the actors,” she said. She also liked being a make-up artist for productions. Good scenery and sets are impor- tant to a movie’s success. “Drawing scenery is something I like to do. I love to draw and act, so they come together, and it’s an awesome combination,” said Milly. Granadero. Many of the students said they have had the acting bug for a long W Destiny Belton, left, and Erin Cartner show the South Davie Middle School film logo. “I used to make videos for m y lit­ tle brother. They weren’t very good since I used a flip cam, but being in this class really showed me just how awesome cameras really are," said Belton. ' Several students said that their fa­ vorite actors have been inspirational. Peyton Bearden admires Jim Car­ rey because “he’s just really hilari­ ous, and I’d love to meet him.” Erin Cartner enjoys Jennifer Law­ rence’s work because she feels that Lawrence shows so much diversity. lions so quickly," said Weils. “Angelina Jolie is an amazing ac- - - J f c a - ” - s a W - i W" OasitMW s*. Ue--I-■>'.-V W U M Coiigrandanons H annah W ells prepares to hang an advertising poster for the Film S how case. ... , . . - He has done, and continues to with 13 movies to his credit. My favonte actress is Lucille do, such incredible things for the He is the author of “Skywaiking: Ball because she can change emo- film community, and it is sikh an The Life and Films of George Lu- honor to have him coming to South ' cas,” the best-selling authoritative Davie. I am thrilled that my students biography of George Lucas, and is tress and person. She helps others have the opportunity to have such a writing an historical fact-based mur- with her money,” said Granadero. — r . Special guest for the Film Show­ case is Dale Pollock, professor of work in this class.” said Reeves, cinema studies at University of North Carolina School of the Arts. We are so grateful that Mr. Pol­ lock will be attending our celebra- distinguished professor, writer, and der mystery, feature-film producer critique their For seven years, he was the dean ork in this class,” said Reeves. of the School of Filmmaking at the According to Pollock’s website, UNCSA. H ealso brought the River- he worked for 22 years in Los Ange- Run International Film Festival to Ies as an award-winning newspaper prominence in Winston-Salem, reporter and feature film producer, Bright Ideas Two Davie Teachers Earn Class Grants From EnergyUnited EnergyUnited recently awarded than through the education of our 27 teachers with more than $40,000 youth,” Moore said, in Bright Ideas education grants to Since the Bright Ideas grant pro- «an,ce wtokeo (above) and Kim M athes (below) accept Bright Ideas grants from a tor classroom projects. fund innovative classroom learning gram began in 1994, EnergyUnited has contributed neariy $680,000 to tion tt Janice Stokes from North Davie local teachers. North Carolina’s 26 Middle School won a $1,620 grant electric cooperatives collectively called “STAND'(Students Together have awarded more than $9.6 mil- Against North Davie Bullies)” and lion to teachers across the state. The Kim Mathes from Davie County Bright Ideas program has reached High School, won a $750.53 grant well over 1.8 million North Carolina called “Home Safety Kit.”students and sponsored more than “The Bright Ideas grant pro- 9,200 projects in all subjects includ- gram helps teachers finance creative ing math, reading, science and tech- projects to benefit North Carolina's youth,” said Maureen Moore, com­ munications manager at Ener- nology, history, music and the arts. Bright Ideas grant applications are collected each year through mid- gyUnited. “Teachers have so many September, and winning proposals ' great ideas, and w e're'pleased to are selected in a competitive evalu-■ help these grant winners bring their ideas to life in the classroom.” More than 7,000. students at schools in 11 counties across the co­ op’s service territory will participate gyunited. in Bright Ideas projects funded by gram.asp ation process by a panel of judges. The application process will reopen for interested teachers in April. ■ To leant, more, visit wwwjmer- m /brigbt_ideas_pro- 4 ■wjicbrightideas. EnergyUnited this year. com. Become a fan of “Bright Ideas EnergyUnited is committed to Education" on Facebook to receive bettering the communities we serve, regularly updated news, and we believe there is no better way D2 - DAVIE CO UNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 15,2015 Davie Schools Physical education stu­ dents have been working on several units over the past few weeks. Following fall break, students played one of their all-time favorite games called Pirateball, utilizing strategy and stealth to achieve victo­ ries. The next unit was Speed Stacking, or cup stacking. Students worked individu­ ally and in groups to perform combinations of pyramids to improve hand-eye coor­ dination, dexterity and right and left side brain crossover. Emma Hayes (4th) turned in the fastest 3r6-3, 6-6 , 1-10-1 pattern time at 14.3 seconds with Courtney Wilkes (5th) and Chloe Williams (3rd) close behind. Following Thanksgiving. Event Planners Third grade Student Council class room rep­ resentatives at William R. Davie are helping plan school events such as Spirit week, Bul- students began- a basketball |y free school project, Bowl for kids and Red umt beginning with dnb- c r0ss project. Shown: Coleman Trivette, Gray­ son Haynes and Richard Ashburn. Helping Others William R. Davie student council is active helping others. They are planning Spirit Week for the students. They are planning the theme of each day with Barbara Weaver (school counselor and student council advisor) and Rex Allen (principal). They are discussing plans ratin g to Bowl-For-Kids1 to support the Big Brothers/Big Sisters. Officers are planning a school movie night, either in the gym or outside in the spring on large screen. Student council is working on the Bully Free school project. Officers are pictured, from left: front - Bailey Dyson, president; Wesley Mason, vice president; back - Caden Coble, treasurer; Keelyn Oakes, secretary; and Ethan Williams, historian. bling, focusing on keeping their head and eyes up. Drib­ bling turned into passing as students performed the chest, up with this as a class during to take them to Australia, Bra- bounce and overhead passes, calendar time. They are focus- zil, China, and Ukraine. Many O ncetheteacherw assatisfied ing on winter. They will Ieam creative activities were pro- with dribbling and passing about Snowflake Bentley and vided where students worked skills, students were allowed snowflakes. The teacher will together to create unique to take a shot at the basket read several Jan Brett’s books crafts that reflect the culture where lay-ups, short jumpers and incorporate them into of each county. After writing and foul shots were practiced. Daily 5 lessons. Students will about their expectations and They used classic games of review missing addends and goals for 2015, students are knockout, around the world Ieam about fact families. working toward making this and HORSE to reinforce me- Mrs. Whitesell’s second the best year ever. The next traction word problems. AU tives. They worked more with cation and division. Students chanics and fluidity of move- grade students started .the adventure, the solar system, classes are looking forward to comparison symbols with are studying math facts an- ment. Students then began to new year by looking back on, should be an out-of-this- the Frozen W interFestivalthe these bigger numbers. Stu- dbecoming more fluent. In play small games to put their 2014 and remembering all world experience. evening of Thursday, Jan. 29. dent continue to work on math reading, students have been practice to the test, working in 0f the good times. Students First grade students w ere. fact fluency on a daily basis. working on fables and folk- teams to try to score points. have made plans for 2015 Cooleem eeElcm entary eager to share what they had Secondgradersbeganthe tales. They are learning about Students are getting ready with things they cannot wait Kindergarten students are done during their holiday New Year by comparing and idioms and having fun trying / fitness testing’ ,0 do» things they hope to do, learning about the changing break and were given the op- contrasting the way New to figure those out. In science, net/wall/striking games such and things they will try not weather, the season of winter, portunity to discuss and write Year’s is celebrated in the they are starting forces and as volleyball, badminton and to do anymore. They have and how to stay healthy dur- about their New Year’s Reso- U nitedStatesandtheChinese motion. M any hands-on ex- •four square as well as a gym- discussed the importance of ing cold and Au season.Let- lutions. Students studied pen- New Year. periments will be conducted nasties unit. goals and set personal and ac- terland study of the alphabet guins'in science.They leamed They completed New to let students see how force Second graders .have been ademic goals for 2015. They is complete so students are facts about the species of pen- Year’s Resolution writing, works. In social studies, stu- learm ngabout w hatitm eans leam edaboutnew yeartradi- focusing on other important guins, wrote about penguins, Mrs. Carter’s class read the dents are studying famous to be a good fnend and a great tions from around the world ways that letters work within and did a penguin craft. story "Tacky the Penguin” people and how they shaped citizen. They drew pictures of and here in the United States, words.- In math, they continued and they began researching communities, fnends and families, learned T h ird g ra d ersh a v eb e en In math, children are re- working with place value, the types of penguins. Fourthgradersareprepar- new vocabulary, and read working with cause and ef- viewing their knowledge of Students worked with num- In math, third graders are books about citizenship and feet. "If You Give a Mpuse a shapes and focusing on sub- bers up to 60 using m anipula-. continuing to Ieam multipli- .Please See Schools - Page D3 friendship. Cookie” and "Why Mosqui- l..,, u, , —-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.... B ehaviorisrew ardedby a toes Buzz in People’s Ears” bi-monthly Cougar Pride cel- are books that provided cause ebration. If students meet all and effect examples. In math, behavior expectations, they students have been working get to spend extra time outside wjth the distributive property with Mt, Murphy, PE teacher, and decomposing a number to solve equations. Science M ocksville Elem entary rotations started back for this Students of the Week: quarter. Matthew Young, Ethan Di- Mrs. Wall’s fourth graders emer, JoceIynn Conley, Bryce have been reading the book, Gregory1EthanLakey1Valerie “Lawn Boy.” This book is Roque, Cassidy Hawkins, about a boy who starts his own Deanna Montoya, Martha lawn care business. In social Orellana, Drew G ledhill, Ga- studies, students have been briel Young, Carter Gobble learning about economics and and Ricky Benitez. North Carolina’s economy to Feliz Ano Nuevo! Bonne help better understand the plot Annde! GlUckliches Neues in the book. In math, students Jahr! There are so many ways are beginning area and perim- to say Happy New Year and eter, the kindergarten students can tell you some ways to say it Shady Grove Elem entary in other languages. Kinders Third graders received are learning about countries their free dictionaries compli- around the world and how ments of the Davie County they celebrate the New Year. Civitan Club. Students en- Hie students discovered that joyed the entertaining presen- some place? celebrate in the tation made by Mike Hendrix >, _, -------- same way as America, but They look forward to using Mocksv,lle Elerrientary Students of the Month, from left: row 1 - Easton Sanders, Tyler Nichols, Lane other places do things differ- them for many years to come. Foster, Katherine Lakey, Isaac G uzm an, A sa Dean, Ethan Stark; row 2 - Luke Hunter, Kaden Sagen- sntiy. Students participated in an ^orfl Raynell Neely, Christopher Williams, Tyler Kilmer, M acey Smith; row 3 - Brooke Thurmond, Peyton Next the kindergarteners international Christmas unit Green. Emily C astro-Ram irez1 B arbara W hite, Jaina H ernandez, Sydney Dirks; row 4 - Ray Leyva, Andre began to leam more about where they used “passports” Ascencio-M oreno, Morgan C reason, R eece Yount, Melanie Espitia, Paul Lynch, Talayeh Berrywinter with an arctic blast at ___________________________;___________;_________^_________________ 11 | _____ __________________’ :he same time. The teachers ^ j used this to talk about winter ^ ~ weather. In math, kinders learned more about addition. They ;ontinued to build upon what :hey had learned. Many can :ell how to write number sen- ences/equations. In Letter- ,and, students met two new :haracters, Lucy Lamp Light and Firefighter Fred. The children learned more about friends at the end. Ex bell has double “ll's” and cliff has double “ff's.” The sightwords hat the kindergarten students are learning are me, come, ___ w INiam R. Davie SMILE students, from left: front - Ben Buchan- William R. Davie SMILE students, from left: front - M atthew Poin- Mrs. Doub and Mrs. Hunt- an. Craig McBride, Jam es Henrickson, Lorelai Moore; back dexter, Autumn M cEwen1 Maddie Ratledge C aleb Bailev Levi ;r’s first grade has been in - Jo se Ramirez, Scott W ebb, Zoey W atson, Isaiah Johnson, Hurley, Caleb Coble; back - Faith Pavna’ N atalia K n tL rra-, ,Chool 84 d a ,, SWdema t o p Cody Byrd. Ayden Sipe, Seth Johnson, Connor D aw so n , K aden W e s S A , , . , / « * DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , T hursda,, Jon. IS, 2015 - D3 Tdap Vaccine To Be Required By 7th Grade Preteens should receive Tdap vaccine when they are 11-12 years old. The Tdap vaccine pro­ vides immunity against three diseases: Tetanus, Diphthe­ ria, and Pertussis (whooping cough). As of July I, 2015, Tdap will be a required vaccine to enter seventh grade or by • 12 years of age, whichever comes first. In addition to preteens, anyone who has not had the Tdap.vaccine should receive a dose. Tetanus is caused by a toxin (poison) made by bacte­ ria in soil. These bacteria can enter the body through cuts, scratches or puncture wounds . in the skin. It can cause pain­ ful muscle cramps in the Schools.. Continued From Page D2 math. This standard is one of the most important concepts. They, started Middle of Year testing to measure compre­ hension, fluency, and accura­ cy when reading. These three tests were completed'by each student at the beginning of the year. After all testing is done, students will compare their beginning and middle scores to make sure that improve­ ment has been made and to set goals for the End of Year tests. W illiam R. Davie Elem entary Students in Mrs. Connell’s third grade class kicked the 2015 year off with a bang by making goals and resolutions. jaw muscle (lockjaw) and dangerous. It is spread from Pertussis or whooping for manv weeks t„ i-™ ^ l f o n f o T o f f i V ^ ^ ^ T Pere°hn 10 PerS°n lhr° Ugh cough is sPread easily through In preparation for ' the 1-800-CDC-INFO o^conU ct get letanus lie ™ Z T ’T " - ' f \ “ " “ ” “ Zi"8' ^ Ch” ge in W -n d . Mock. RN immuni- Diphtheria is not as com ? 7 f f i I k I ' ° cough causes a person to gasp quirements, see your child’s zation nurse at Davie County r»„od“ y t a , h “ 8 °r S 753- Agriculture-Related Scholarship Available Each year the Davie Coun­ ty Extension Master Gar­ dener Volunteer Association (DCEMGVA) accepts appli­ cations for a scholarship to be awarded to a graduating Da­ vie County senior, The purpose is to support further education of high school graduates in any of the following fields: agriculture, agronomy, botany, environ- They wrote what they hope to accomplish. Students continue to leam multiplication and division patterns and strategies. They are taking weekly multiplica­ tion quizzes to build a multi­ plication sundae. Students are reading a nonfiction story, “Penguin Chick.” They are discuss­ ing the life cycle of penguins from birth to a junior penguin. They are able to explore more about penguins through pen­ guin centers that are incor­ porating math, science, and comprehension. They will continue a study on winter animals by studying whales and their habitats. mental science, floriculture, forestry, habitat management, horticulture, land manage­ ment, landscape design and turf management. This scholarship is avail­ able to Davie County High School, Early College or home school seniors who have been accepted for enroll­ ment in an accredited college, university, or technical/com­ munity college two or four- year degree program. Schol- Two Earn arships will be awarded on the basis of merit as determined by the DCEMGVA Scholar­ ship committee. The scholar­ ship amount is $ 1,000. Applications are available at the Davie Cooperative Ex­ tension Center at 180 S. Main St., Mocksville, or online at davie.cesjicsu.edu. Click on Lawn and Garden to find the application and the scholar­ ship guidelines. Return the completed application to the Davie Co. Extension Center by March 15. Business hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. If you have questions, call Pam Jones, Horticulture Agent at 753- 6100. Ellis Teacher Attends NCCAT UNCA Degrees The following students from- Mocksville graduated from UNC Asheville in De­ cember: Kevin Ross Jordan, bache­ lor's degree in environmental studies, concentration in en­ vironmental management and policy, minor in economics, University Research Scholar, Distinction in Environmental Studies; and Adam Nicholas Pryor, bachelor's degree in music technology. Dana S. Keeney of William ElIis Middle School attended a program held at the N.C. Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a recognized na­ tional leader in professional development programming for our state’s teachers. Increasing teacher effec- Students On Dean’s List AtHPU High Point University an­ nounces the students who have qualified for the Dean’s List for the fall 2014 semes­ ter with 3.5 or higher grade point averages: Alexis AI- barran, Thomas Dillon, Bree Lapointe, Joseph Thurmond, Sterling Tkach and Nathan W ebb, all of Advance; and Haley Ginther of Mocksville. tiveness is fundamental to improving public education. NCCAT provides teachers with new knowledge, skills, teaching methods, best prac­ tices and information to take back to their classrooms. NC- CAT conducts interdisciplin­ ary, topic-specific programs for pre-kindergarten through 12th-grade teachers. For more information about NCCAT’s professional development programs, visif wwwjiccat.org or call 828- 293-5202. Cassidy Earns ECU Degree Sam Cassidy of Mocksville was awarded a bachelor’s de­ gree in fine arts after the fall semester at East Carolina Uni­ versity. Two On UNCA Dean’s List The following students from Mocksville have been named to UNC Asheville's Fall 2014 Dean's List with minimum 3 3 grade point averages: Ryan Noah Dyson and Shelby Mae M ast:' Nichols Earns Doctorate Susan Schuyler Nichols, Davie High School class of 1993, earned her doctorate in education at Gardner Webb Univer-'-' sity's graduation ceremonies Dec. 15. She is principal at Eastover Elementary School in Charlotte and the daughter of Bill and Marcie Trenchard of Advance. BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT CbpyngBt 2014Hutchinnovations LLC. 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CZE Student Buys Food For School Program For a .Christmas present, Hunter James, a second grader at Com atzerElementary School, received a gift card. In the true spirit of giving, Hunter asked if he could use his gift card to purchase food for the Bookbags of Hope food program at Comatzer. Through the Bookbags of Hope food pro­ gram, food is sent home weekly with students who otherwise may not have food over the weekend. Bookbags of Hope relies on monetary and food donations in order to send food home weekly. Com atzer' sends food bags home with nearly 80 students every weekend. Historical/Genealogical Society Meets Jan. 22 . The Davie County Histori­ cal and Genealogical Society will meet Thursday, Jan. 22 at 7 p.m. in the History Room at the Davie County Public Library, North Main Street, Mocksville. Alvin Howard will speak about his drawings in the his­ tory room. The public is invited to the meeting and to join the soci­ ety; 2015 dues will be taken at this meeting. Vaccine Can Prevent Chickenpox Disease Chickenpox, also called Varicella, is a disease that causes an itchy rash of blisters and a fever. The rash can spread over the entire body and can be se­ rious or even life threatening; It is especially dangerous in babies and people with weak­ ened immune systems. Children with chickenpox can miss up to 'one week of . school or childcare. There is a vaccine avail­ able to prevent chickenpox. Effective July I, NC vaccine requirements have changed and will require one dose on or after 12 months of age and a second dose at 4 years of age or before entering school for the first time. Before varicella vaccine was available, about 4 mil­ lion people got chickenpox each year in the United States. About 10,600 of those people were hospitalized, and 100 to 150 died each year. Chicken- pox spreads easily through the air when a person who has chickenpox coughs or sneez­ es, It can also be spread by touching an infected person's blisters. Chickenpox can be spread I to 2 days before the infected person gets a rash until all the blisters have formed scabs. To. leam more about chickenpox vaccine, talk to your child's doctor, call 1-800-CDC-INFO or contact Rhonda M ock, RN, immuni­ zation nurse at Davie County Health Department at 753- 6750. In preparation fo r the change in immunization re­ quirements, see your child's health care provider for.this vaccine. Meningitis Is Serious But Preventable Meningococcal disease, which includes meningococ­ cal meningitis, is a serious bacterial infection that strikes between 800 and 1200 Ameri­ cans each year. Itiscausedbybacteriathat infect (he blood, brain and spinal cord.. Meningococcal disease is often referred to as meningitis. It is spread eas­ ily in crowded settings and is spread from person to person through respiratory droplets and direct contact with respi­ ratory secretions. Common daily activities can facilitate its spread including kissing, sharing utensils or water bofc ties and being in close quar­ ters such as living in a dormi­ tory or being away at camp. Meningitis can cause shock, coma and death within hours of the first symptom. Meningococcal meningitis can be hard to recognize, es­ pecially in its early stages. Symptoms can be similar to ’ those o f more common vi­ ral illnesses. It can progress quickly and cause death in as little as one day. The disease often strikes older teens and young adults. Even with proper treat­ ment, 10-15 percent of people with meningococcal disease die. O f the people that sur­ vive, as many as 20 percent suffer from some serious complications, such as loss of a limb, brain damage or per­ manent hearing Joss. Symptoms may include high fever, severe headache, stiff neck, confusion, rash, vomiting and fatigue. Vac­ cination with Meningococcal conjugate vaccine (MCV) is the best way to prevent men­ ingitis. Effective July I, NC Im­ munization Law requires Me­ ningococcal conjugate vac­ cine (MCV) for individuals entering the seventh grade or by 12 years of age - whichev­ er comes first. Aboosterdose is required for individuals entering the 12th grade or 17 years of age beginning Aug. 1,2020. Ifthe first dose is ad­ ministered on or after the 16th birthday, the booster dose is not required. In preparation for the change in immunization re­ quirements, children entering the seventh grade or about to turn 12 are encouraged to see their health care provider for this vaccine. To leam more about this or any vaccine, call 1-800-CDC- INFO, talk to your child’s doctor, or call Rhonda Mock, RN, immunization nurse at Davie County Health Depart­ ment, at 753-6750 with any questions about vaccine re­ quirements. 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AU persons vie Coun y, North Carolina, this 2014. , f|fms and corporations Indebted Is o notify all persons having JodIUnkSIftord l0 said estate will please make claims against the estate of said Exeeulrlx for the Eetale Immediate payment to the under­ deceased to present them to the 6280 ND Highway 801 South -signed. Mocksville, NC 27028 This the 15th day of JanuaryPiedmont Legal Associates, PA 2015.Lynne Hicks, Attorney tor the Chrfatlne H. Evens Estate Executorofthe Estate NC Bar #011125 811 Wrights Farm Rd.124 West Depot Street Winston-Salem, NC 27103 Mocksville, NC 27028 Publish: Jan.15,22,29;Feb.S (336) 751-3312 Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1,8,15 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA NOTICE TO CREDITORS COUNTY OF DAVIE Having qualified as Executorfor CREDITORS NOTICE the Estate of DELANE S. TROX- HAVING QUALIFIED as Ex- LERofDavIeCounty, NC, the un- ecutor of the Estate of JOHN derslgned does hereby notify all LEONARD WALKER, late of persons, firms and corporations Davle County, this Is to notify all having'claims against the estate persons, firms and corporations of said decedent to exhibit them having claims against said Estate to the undersigned on or before Having qualified as Executor to present written claim, to the the 15th day of April, 2015, or this for the Estate of MARIE T. BUT- undersigned on or before April notice will be pleaded In bar of LER, late of Davie County, North 8, 2015, (being three [3] months their recovery. AU persons, firms Carolina, this is to notify all per- from the first day of publication of and corporations Indebted to said sons having claims against the this notice) or this notice will be estate will please make Immedl- eslate of said deceased to pres- pleaded in bar of their recovery, ate payment to the undersigned, ent them to the Executor, Carlos AU persons, firms and corpora- This the 15th day of JanuaryM., Butler, at the office of his at- tlons Indebted to said Estate will 2015. tomey, Williford McCauley, Attor- please make Immediate payment Michael D. Troxler ney at Law, P.O. Box 53606, Fay- to the undersigned. ExecutoroftheEatate otteville, NC 28305, on or before This the 28th day of December, 324 Clay Flynt Rd. Executor, undersigned, on or be­ fore March 25,2015, or this No­ tice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. AU persons Indebted to said estate will please make Im­ mediate payment.This the 25th day of December, 2014.George Randall Foster Executor for the Estate of Gfadys Foster McNeill 3420 US Hwy 601 N.Mocksville, NC 27028 ‘ Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1,8,15 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS MafCh 25,2015, or this Notice will,, 201.4. ■ be pleaded In bar of their recov- VoHN STEPHEN WALKER ate payme{ff,_ This the 25th day of December, 2014. Carloa M. Butler, Executor tor the Estate of Marie T. Butler Send payments or claims to: s ta te o f n o r th C a ro lin aWilliford McCauley. COUNTY OF DAVIE Attorney at Law. CREDITORS NOTICE MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law 10 CourtSquare Mocksville, NC 27028 Publish: Jan.8,15,22 Sealed contractor prequallfica- tlon statements wilt be received by Davie County Schools, at the Davle County Schools Admlnis- P.C. B ., =SSOB, WMNB S ^ lREB the following Project: New Davle County High - School Mocksville, NC 1308 Fort Bragg Road, tor of the Estate of DOROTHY Suite 101 CAROLE MARTIN ORAUGHNt Fayetteville, NC 28305 late of Davle County, this Is to „ ...... ....'' Publish; Oec. 25; Jan. 1,8,15 notify all persons, firms and cor- 00 porations having claims against a n nn rn oi" STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA said Estate to present written COUNTY OF DAVIE claim to the undersigned on orNQTICE TO CREDITORS belore April 8, 2015, (being three Having qualified as Executor [3] months from the first day of The project will be bid Single- for the Estate of RALPH DON- publication of this notice) or this Prime only and will Include gener- ALD PHILLIPS, late of Davie notice will be pleaded In bar of al construction, plumbing, HVAC, County, North Carolina, this Is to their recovery. All persons, firms fire protection, electrical, and all notify all persons having claims and corporations Indebted to said wor|< indicated by the Bidding 'against the estate of said de- Estate will please make Immedi- Documents. The project consistsceased to present them to the Ex- ate payment to the undersigned. of approximately 335 000 SF olecutor, undersigned, on or before This the 29th day of December, ................................. March 25.2015, or this Notice'will 2014.be pleaded In bar of their ery. AU persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immedi­ ate payment. This the 25th day of December, 2014. DAVID PHILUPSi-' ' Barbara Safrlt, Executor of the Eatate 109 OakLeaf Ct. Mocksville, NC 27028 Publish: Jan.8,15,22,2! construction. It Is anticipated that the project will be released for bidding In February 2015 with project completion required prior to start of the 2017-2018 school year. PrequaIIfIcatIon Documents STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA "iay examined and download- _____ _____ ed at the-Bevfe County SchoolsOfRaIph Dona/d P/jW /pe,.,,.,.'CREDITORS NOTICE website at www.davle.k12.nc.us. 901,Carolina Ave., ' HAVING QUALIFIED as Ex- Thefulladvertlsementlncludlng Winston-Salem, NC 27101 ecutor of the Estate of HENRY .a detailed project description as ■" Publish: Oec. 25; Jan. 1,8,15 TURNER CROTTS, late of Da- well as the Davle County Board vie County, this Is to notify all of Education Policy for Prequall- STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA persons, firms and corporations fication of Bidders may also be COUNTY OF DAVIE having claims against said Estate viewed on the website. AU Con- NOTICE TO CREDITORS to present written claim to the tractors must have proper licenseHaving qualified as Executor undersigned on or before April In accordance with General Stat­ion the Estate of POLLY MITCH- 8, 2015, (being three [3] months u(e8 of Nof1h Carolina Chapter ELL FOSTER, late, of Davie from the first day of publication of 07. AU General Contractors County, North Carolina, Ihls Is to this notion) or this notice -III be subm|Mng pre,ua||||c,t|o„ Ooou- notlly all persons having claims PIoarlecl In bar of M recovery. m, nts „ n, £ nHotl||1„ ,M [ against the estate-of. said de- AU. persons, firms and corpora- tus prior to biddlna ceabed to present them to the tlons Indebted to said Estate will . u' .Executor, Lawrence B. Driver, please make Immediate payment Contractors are hereby notl- at 507 W. Oak Island Dr., Oak to the undersigned. fled ,hat ,tle Davie County Board Island, NC 28465, on or before This the 29th day of December, of Education has a verifiable Ten March 25,2015, or this Notice will 2014. estate will please make immedl- 164 Gumberry Lane, ate payment. This the 25th day of December, 2014.Lawrence B. Driver Executor for the Estate ot Polly Mitchell Foster 507 W. Oak Island Dr. Oak Island, NC 26465 Percent (10%) goal for participa­tion PyiOiInority businesses In the total value of work for which a contract or contracts are award­ ed pursuant to N.C.G.S. SectionMocksville, NC 27028 Publish: Jan.8,15,22,29 143-128. Designer: STATE OF NORTH.CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAViE NOTICE TO CREDITORS HavfngquallfledasExecutorfor wes!eyc@walterrobbs. the Estate of Aaron M. Rose, (aka 530 North Trade Street, Walter Robbe Callahan & Pierce Archltecte, PA Wesley Curtis 336-725-1371 . Publlsfu-Dec. 25; Jan. 1,8,15 Aaron Rose, Aaron Milton Rose) suite 301 of Advance. Davle County. NC, Winston Salem. NC 27101the undersigned does hereby !K& BfflLall persons, firms and corpo- Ihem to the undersigned at P.O. ADMINiSTgMBtSNOTICE Having' ’qBaraw^WTSdniNs trator of the Estate of Robdu „ ,WllbOrt PM ., Deceased, Iale ol ■ >*«' » 5 9 ;. Winston-Salem.- - North Carolina 27114-5008, on orbefore the 15th day of April, 2015, this notice will be pleaded In Davie County Board of Education Dr. Darrin Hartness Superintendent Publish: January 15 CAll FOR PROPOSALS Dayie County. North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having ciaims against the estate of the , t ,deceased to exhibit them to the bar of Ihelr recovery. All persons — undersigned on or before March flrms and corporations indebted Smart Start of .Davle County. 25,-2015, or this Notice will be t0 sald 65,8,9 will please make |nc Is'seeklng-proposals from pleaded In bar of their right to Immediate payment to the under- agencies or organizations .Inter- recover against the estate of the sl9ned- , , 65,ad I" providing services to saldldeceased. AU persons In- Ttlls ,he 1s,h da^ of januafV. children birth to 5 In Davie Coun- debted to said estate will please 2015. ty from 7/1/2015-6/30/2016. Ser-Michael Rose vices include: coordination of Ilt- 606 Merlon Avenue eracy programs providing books Havertown, PA 19083 to children; overseeing resource Send claims to: library; credenilaled health pro-Estate ol Aaron M. Rose fesslonals to provide health and Michael Rose, Executor safety consultation, education, . c/o Neal E. Tackabery and assistance to early care pro- Blanco Tackabery & vldare; technical assistance to Matamoros, PA. ChHd care centers; comprehen- P.O. Drawer 25008 S|Ve parenting program through Winston-Salem, NC home visits, developmental 27114-5008 screenings, and group meetings Publish: Jan.15,22,29;Feb.5 for families; community educa­ tion for future growth and devel­opment; and monitor and evalu­ ate effectiveness of programs administered by SSDC. Please call 336-751-2113 for more infor- visit www.davlesmart- make immediate payment. This the 24th day of December, 2014.Karen Hodges Pitta Administrator ot the Estate of Robert Wilson Pltts 140 Leslie Court Advance. NC 27006 Publish: Dec. 25; Jan. 1,8,15 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORSHaving qualified as Executrix of the Estate of JOHN RICHARD LINK, deceased, late of Davle County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Bealnst the said estate to pres- HavingquallfledasExecutorfor mat|on ent them to the undersigned on ° !~AF!Y sterto^foranaPPllcation-or before the 25th day of March, h est^r of Davie countV- NC- Publish: January 15,222015 being three months from Ihe undersigned does hereby no- Ute first day of publication of tify all persons, firms and corpo- STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTiCETO CREDITORSHAVING QUALIFIED as Execu­ tor of the Estate of LINDSAY RAY LUPER, late of Davle 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 April 15, 2015, (be­ ing three [3] months from the first day of publication of this notice) or this notice will be pleaded In bar of Ihelr recovery. AU persons, firms and corporations Indebted to said Estate will please make Immediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 12th day of January, 2015. 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Jones Street, Rm 1106 Raleigh, NC 27601-1096 Email: lufiah@ndeg.net Look for us on Facebook at: RepJuIIaHoward I Pmdfok Bf Jvlu Howakd ' i Seml-Automalic Pistol Smith&Wesson i saw BODYGUARD 380 Classifieds 1-877-751-2120 $34999 WEEKLY SPECIALS: Prices effective l/lS/lS to 1/21/15 Q e m m o n s P aw n & .I c w i T i t 1609 Lew isville-C lem m ons Rd., C lem m ons )6_. 7 6 6 - 8 3 1 2 H rs.M -F 9 - 6 S a t9-3 .43. D6 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 15,2015 Dateline Fundraisers Saturday, Jan. 17 Spaghetti Supper benefit Pre-K-threeorfourdaysperweek. long PBS special and v, ............. merica's Mocksville Library, second Wed. days, 12:0S p.m who suffers from a terminal Methodist'US64W.,Mocksville. Visit www.daviearts.org or on ofeach month, 7-8:15 p.m. Bring EducationCenter,182S.Salisbury illness 5-8 p m VFW Post &4yearolds.Monday-Thurs- Facebook. TheBrockGalIeryis your portable project an all your St.,Mocksville. R7io 'n n p h ’m 'ii D a day' 8:30‘11:3° a.m. Tiffany openMonday-Fridayfromnoon-5 best tips and tricks to share. Info: Farm ington Masonic Lodgeo /ry , UU reea Miu Koaa, p.m. For tickets or more informa- 751-2023. No. 265,2nd Monday, 7:30 p.m tion on how to be a part of the arts CommunityFoundationofDavie at the lodge. Davie County call 751-3000. County Board of Directors, 2nd Davie Co. United Way Board BethIehcmUnited Meth. Time: 9 “Branson's Best Show" to town, month, 7 p.m. Cooleemee First 7 p.m. 753-6230. “ a.m.-noon. Ages I & 2 - M1W or The 15-member, multi-genera- Bapt. fellowship hall, 204 Mnr- Sons of Confederate Veterans, O n a O in a ~ ' T ,Th.A ge3 - M.T.Th.Age4& tional family has its own hour- ginal St., Cooleemee. AU area IstMondaytCooIeemeeHistorical Sp | unthh. f m t w iiTtn Pre-K-threeorfourdaysperweek. long PBS special and was a top ladies invited. Building, 7 p.m. Q J h £ u ’ a’m' lunch ^ for family of Adalynne Mar- Call 998-6820. ten finalist on NBC's America's Stitcb-In.agatheringofcraftersat Mocksville Rotary Club, Thes- serVeddailv ° ' a m ' cella Scherer, age 5 months, Vni*fd , Mocksville Library, second Wed. days, 12:05 p.m., EnergyUnited QaHting Club, every Monday.■ otc c.i.nUi.n, 10am SKIPBO, Wednesdays. I p.m. Scrapbooking, evety 2nd Tues­ day, 2 p.m. Free Blood Pressure Checks, _ _ oncea month, at 10:30 a.m. in theMon., 5 p.m. Rotating meeting, of Directors, 4th Monday, 5:30 NutrJtjon Sj[e day, 8:30-11:30 a.m. Tiffany openMonday-Fridayfromi Grooms, 336-473-2615. Advance' Awana & Bible Study, Wednes- Breakfast, W esley Chap- days at 7 p.m„ Hope Baptist el M ethodist, 6:30-10 a.m., Tabernacle. Pino Rd. off NC 801 3 miles Coffee House, 4th Sun. each west of Farmington. Coun- month,7p.m„atComatzerUMC. try ham, sausage, scrambled Good coffee- Sood fellowship, & eees. grits, red-eye gravy, Soodmusic- Meetings Tuesday, Jan. 20 Singing Seniors Chorus, Thurs­ days, 10 a.m sawmill gravy, bated apples, S D e C j a l E v e n t S homemade biscuits, QJ, cof- •— ' ------- ----------- --------- For info/mbnthly location call p.m., BrockCenterAnnex, Conf. _________ 753-6903- Room 208. 1WB_,n EastDaviewastcwateropUons N o rth D a v IeR u rltan C lu b , DavleHighAthleUcBoosters,3rd Scrabble, I pm. every Monday, presentation,6p.m.,Advance Fire monthly dinner meetings, second Monday, 7 p.m.. school cafeteria. Xcxas Hold’Em -Thursdays',-1 Dept.,NC 801 Mon. of each month, 7 p.m. Call Farmington Rurltan Club, 2nd p m Thursday, Jan. 22 I!?,l“i0!‘"f°'”dl““i“°f Sr. Book C M .,every third T i« .next meeting.Community Center. Saturday, Jan. 31 m., Wal-Mart, Mocksville.Computer Classes - are available, Pancake Supper benefit for T u e s d a y J a n 27 Sherri Dyson, who is fight- - - ~ -.......................- ing cancer, 5-8 p.m., Shef- field-Calahaln Community Center, 174 Turkeyfoot Rd,, j g p 2 7 F@b 3 Mocksville. Donations. Society, 7 p.m., history room, Da- board meeting. 3rd Tues. of every recovery program for women call for infomiBiion f err . f ^ SnUnT^ “ ™ r Ua,'y/nbUSCdaf Chi,dren'MOn- S S S S S ' . every other Cross Bloodmobile, 2-6:30 speak about historical drawings. 8.30 a.m. Question*. d^ s , 7J0 p.m., 41 court Square, wed. 10:30 am. ing cancer, > 8 p.m., Shet- p jn.,DavieCountyPublicLibrary. O n n n in n I ii . c - n , » . » «... LlneDancing,Mondays9:45a.m.,field-Calahaln Community n MainSt Mocksville ? ? 9 Alzhelmer’sSupportGroup,2nd ParentsResourceOrganization Wednesdays, 11:15a.m. - ” Davie/Mocksville AA1 closed Tuesdayofeachmonth,6:30p.m., (PRO) support group for families Low Impact Aerobics - TUer'& non-smoking meeting, at First atDavieSr.Services, Mocksville. of children with disabilities, 2nd J hurs 11am Sales Academy, designed for Bapt. Church, 390 N. Main Street Mo: 753-6230. Tuesday, 7 p.m. Call Rosemary' Fltnai* Emilniricnt Room, onenR pIininn smallbusinesses,8:30-10:30a.m., (across from Davie Co. Library). Davie Civitan Club meets 4th Kropfelder at 998-3311 for Io- Mnn .T hJc « n - -* ' . 1 y DavieMedicalCenter.fourthfloor, Thursdays,7 p.m. Info: Jan753- Thurs. of each month, Feb.-Oct., cation. Saturday, Ja n . 17 BermudaRun.$15.751.3304. 1838.1 7pm,,atHillsdaleBapt.Church, HeaIthDept..clinichours:Mon.- Birthday Celebration for all O ngoing Sugar Valley Composite Squad- Hwy. 158. AU visitors welcome. Fri.,8:30-ll:30a.m., l-4:30p.m. months of the year Davie County Family to Family 2014 Courses, r°n’ each Tues. 6:50-8:30 p.m., NAACPCommunity Awareness Davie Board of Social Services, T rttlMondrysVam till2 i)i Libra0 ', Mocksville, 4-7 p.m., 12 d a jj CQUrse ^ ojuorcd by Blue Hangar at Sugar Valley. Meeting,4thMon.ofeachmonth. 4thTuesday,5:30p.m .atDSS. sponsoredbyPineyGrove.Dinner, NAMI-NW Piedmont (affiliate 0Sram f°r Mdets (12-18) and 7 p.m., at Shiloh Bapt. Church. Narcotics Anonymous Against Jb..^ games, entenainmcnt by Piney tf N ttim I A m ™ , on M M t I adults. Forinfo: 336-978-1186. M otksvllleA nierlcanL eeIon A 1 1 0 d d sG ro u p .F listB .p l. J T ' “ “T , Gro,eYouthinmseD«.eemand ,,,.,,,,.Knaelpantsmybefmnlly/ D .sie Count, Pkinnlng Board, Post 174, Bnt Satonl., of eaeh Chureh, 390 N. Main Street TkeEcho sof CiuistofSaliSbuiy. J jtbd oT ptnoa dlajoond with « k Hies, of e.eh month, 6 p.m. month, noon. Sagebmsh, 601 N.. (upstaiti), Thurs. 7 p.m., Sun. 6 S m '" Ikes.,Wed. $I0-S6- mental illness. Classes run Feb m commissioners chambers, 2nd Mocksville. p.m. Drug Problem? Helpline, ' Feb. 13-14 24-May 5 each Monday, 6-8:30 floor' DavieAdministration Bfdg., Center ECA Club meets 2nd 336-785-7280.. L etsG etR ealM arriageC on- p.m. at Hillsdale Bapt. Church, 123 S-Main Street. Monday ofeach month, at Center Advance Memorial Post 8719 fcrence, Cornerstone Chris- Advance. Davie County Board of Ad- Comm.Bldg.,7p.m.Pleasejoinus. Veterans of Foreign Wars and tian Church, 1585 NC 801 N., Spay-Neuter Clinic, 2nd Wed. JustmenL 3 rd M ondayofeach DlsabledAmericanVeteransPost Ladies Auxiliary, 4th Tues., 7:30 Mocksville. $25/$50. Brad Rat- of each month by the Humane month- 6 P-m- in commissioners 75 meets on third Monday ofeach p.m., post home, Feed Mill Road, ledge Bond and Dale and Jena Society of Davie County, afford- ehaml>ers'2ndfloor,DavieAdmin- month, 7 p.m., DAV building, « .. Forehead.336-577-5240. able spay-neuter surgery for cats is,ra,ionBldg., 123S.MainStreet. Hwy.601 S.Contact336-407-5662 O 0 n i O T S S u n d a v F e b 18 and dogs. Call 751-5214 to make Davie Beekeepers Association, formoreinfo. All Senior Activities take place . 12 IW bes'of Israel nroBram reservation and for details. second Thurs. of evety month, 7 Tbwn Of Cooleemee Planning at Davie County Senior Services be rePortcd by noon Monday of the Friendship Missionary Baptist’ Free A dvanced H ealthcare Pm - 412 N. Main Street (First Board, meets 3rdThurs. ofeach locatedat278MeroneySt..Mocks- PuWicatjon week. Call 751-2120 rnnlPPniPP t nn, J , t, Plannlntt Workshons. 2nd Tues. 6aPt- Church). Visitors welcome, month at Cooleemee Town Hall, ville unless otherwise noted. Call or oroP ‘r 0Y ‘he office, at S. Main til 8 p.m Fridays 8 a.m. til 5 p.m. & Sat. 9 i, til I p.m. ThbleTfennis-evcryTues. I-4p.m. Yoga, call for dates and sessions. Dance Party Aerobics, 5:30 p>tm. on Tues. & Thurs. ” Silver Health, Mon., Wed.,& Fri. at 8:30 a.m. Report Davle Dateline Items By Noon On Mondiiy Items for Davie Dateline should Cooleemee, 3 p.m., with guests Planning Workshops, 2nd Tues. _ . . , from churches in the area.. ofeachmonth, I &4p.m.,EM S ■ Tofind out more info: www.aavie- D n n n in n Building,' Mocksville. For info: oeei» ePers or8ungoing 336-768-6157 ext 1622 DCNetworks,7:45-9a.m.secondBeginning Blbl, Slnd,, V era F o o to e ^ Tue,.iachmonlh.Localion:D.vie , ’ ™ “ sd*y!' J 30'8 7*9 p.m. (first time dancers should Co’ Publjc ljbrdrT'- Mocksville. J 5 v J ? “ F T l C*re p i '" - arrive 6:30). Cosl «4 each night, Nenvorklhgtefeiiulsgraphosted ' M“ ks,,‘1'- open to couples or singles. Culi byDuvicCouutyduunberofCom- 734-9476. Link413-5204or972 2659 merce. For info: 336-751-3304. Slmpl, Moms pruyerund book Federal B.n.M s for V el.r.ns, Duvie Cbmnber N .tvorks, 4lh stud, group for moms of oil DAV Chapter #75 bldg., 1958 US tu6S-euch month, Humpton Inn. o ,0 n f E“ ' u 601 S -'" 6ry SK • 174P m. B6™ ud* Eu”- P ur-Fridays, 9.30-11.30 a.m^during For info: 336-407-5662. Networkmg/referralsgrouphosted Free Monthly Diabetes/Blood by Davie Chamber of Commerce. Pressure/Cholesterol Screen- ,n*°: ?31:3304- ings, last Fri. of each month in Davie Quilters Gulld- 3fd Mon. 2009 atWalMart,9a.m. til 12noon.-' of each month, for info: 492-2000. Sponsored by Davie Lion’s Club. "LriuraP*1 Parenting Classes, . .Visit Cooieemee’s Mill Village W ednesday s .10:313 n.m„ call for Z Z Z Z T i Z r m » Church St.. Wcd8.. St. across from the courthouse. CHAD CARPENTER’S school year.Comerstone Christian Church, NC 801.' Free childcare. 998-0600. Weekly Prayer Service, First UMC, N. Main St., Downtown, Thursdays, noon-1 p.m. in sanctu- TUNDRA Sat. IO a.m. til 4 p.m. Tour also Humane Society of Davie Co., available by appt. Call 284-6040. m onlilly meetings 2nd Tues. of Storytimcs.at Davie Co. Library: every month, at Humane Society Fri. 11 a.m. atMain Library (story Center, 291 EatonRd.time). Call 751-5214 for info. Family & Friends of the Men- At The Brock tally III Support Group, 2nd and — - - 4th Tues. of each month, 6 p. time to pray and meditate. Preschool, at Macedonia .Mora­ vian Church, 9 a.m. til 12 noon. Optional lunch bunch I p.m. Ages 12 months - 5 yrs. Call 998-6492. Bible Study.study Bible with Les Feldick on DVD, Davie YMCA, each Tues.. 10-11 a.m. & 6-7 p.m. J jle fon0WinB ;s a i:st of art 00: 4,h Lues- of 63011 month, 6 p.m., Also each Sun. 2 p.m. on WDSL portunitiesforeveiyonetoenjoyat HillsdaleBapt. Church,Advance. the Brock PerformingArts Center, Cal175L5441 tor mf°- North Main Street, Mocksville. Advance Garden Club, 2nd aT ‘"‘T T ;," 1! For infwmution ubout nny of ouc ' Tues. euch month, HillsduleBupl. US ISg1Advan^-S6CondSrfouob Aoworka pmjocia or Io join Ihc C“ ' US >58' lr3» P »- S m S o S pm0' 8rouP. wIuchplans mid coordinates “ ”” ’1 ° ”^ “ ‘S.' ^ visual art opportunities, call the arts council administrative office at 336-751-3112. ___ A rtW orks v 4 timeforplay.snacks.Biblestories, ChairsofHopeExhibit, January, village & music. M o: 940-7246. ponsored by Daniel Furniture Davie Co. Fraternal Order of MOPS (Mothers of Preschool- & Elecrric m collaboration with p0|iceLodge94 3rdTues ofevety ers), 1st and 3rd Fri. of every Dra8on eiY House. ArtisB pur- month.7p.m..Zeko'sRestaurant. month during traditional school chaseanadultslattedseatchairor 0avje Democratic Party, 2nd AM radio. GrielShare Recovery & Support Group, at Hillsdale UMC1 5018 info: 998-4020. Kids for Christ, at Liberty UMC, 141 Liberty Circle, Mocksville, each Wed. 3-5:30p.m. Forkinder- garten-5th grade. No cost, just a of each month, 6 p.m. board, I i. general. At Hardison United Methodist Church. Hillsdale Sunrise Rotary Club, every Thurs. at 7 a.m., Bermuda year, 9:30-11:45 a. Bapt. Church. Awana, evety Wed. evening 6:30- 8 p.m. at Eagle Heights Church. The Life & Teaching of Jesus, presented by Mocksville Sev- child raker from for $25. Ihcn Tuts. of emh monlh_ 7 - „ make the chair into an original Depot Street work of art. The chain will be Davie Co, Republican Party, exhibited in the Brock Gallery everythirdTues.ofmonth,7p.m. wherethepublicisinvitedtoplace in Davie Co. courthouse. “ v°te Pef da^ *°r lhe peoPle’s Davie Co. Republican Men’s enth-Day Adventist Church.Mon. ChoiceAward . All chain will be Federation, second Thunday of & ThuR.at7p.m.,at407Milling PartOfasilentauctiononFeb. 13 everymonth,meaI6p.m.,meeting Rd., Mocksville. Free admission. at WinMock with proceeds going ^45 p m _ Sagebrush, US 601 N., For info: 704-876-3665. ,0 Dragon Fly House. - Mocksville. For info: 408-8898. Youth Program, at Ijames Bapt. Feb. 14 Women welcome. Church, each Sun. evening 5:45 O rig in alB ea ch B o y D av id Davie His torical& Gen ealogical I p.m., ages 12-18. Mo: 492-6434. Marks, along with other Beach Society, 4th Thurs., 7 p.m., Davie ° Women’s Discussion Classes, Boys from the past will sing fa- Library, two classes held weekly at Jericho voritetunesasSurfCityAU-Stan. Al-AnonFamilyGroup,atMace- ChurchofChrist.Tues. 10:30ajn. M a rc h 2 8 doniaMoravianChurch',N.C;801 anti Wed. 7:30 p.m. No cost for Deiia’sDinerisafunnylivestage N..Advance,Sundays Bpan.,(in performancewithoriginalcountry, fellowshiP hal1)' Al-Anon is a group that helps families & friends A i |„ c ofdcoholic. , Cooleemee Womens CivitanT ht Duttons will bring thtir C llbi 4lh o( cach materials. AU women invited. Road area. AU women welcome. M o: 751-5229. Women’s Study Group, Phase2, on Biblical women, presented by Hannah's Ministries. Free & held every second Sat. of each month, 10-11-a.m. AU welcome. Info: 940-5149. CareNet Counseling Centers, at First Baptist Church, 390 N. Main St., Mocksville. Offere inter-denominational counseling. Academically trained, certified counselors & mental health pro­ fessionals. Info. & appt. 751-2041. Preschoo !/Parents MomingOut, Sudoku Solution Crossword Answers YOUVE NEVER SEEN MUCH OF A HUNTER, BUT YOU’RE ONEGfFTeb-SATHEReR SO, WHO YOU GONNA LISTEN TO? A SILLY WOOPEN SlGN OR A HUNGRY2,000-POUNP CARNIVORE WITH RAZOR SHARP TEETH ANO A SHORT TEMPER? THIS IS YOUR FAULT WE'RE IN. THIS MESSI YOUR FAULT.' MY FAULT?.' YOU’RE THE ONE WHO SOT US LOST.' I HAVE TO APMIT, WHEN YOU FIRST TOLO ME YOU : TAUGHT HIM TO SIT, I WASN'T : TOO IMPRESSED..'. T GUESS ITS TRUE WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT PETS ANP OWNERS EVENTUALLY RESEMBLING EACH OTHER U i f l Q C U ... - - TUntIrDco mi CJxatn CHEATERS OF THE ANIMAL KINGDOM THE DA VIE COUNTY ENTERMtISE RECORD Tliiirsdny, Jnmmry /S. JOIS • 70 TOLL FREE 704-797-4220 Call8-S " K R f S T I N ' DeadllnQ to have your classified ad In the next Issue: TUESDAY 3:00 P.M. EMAILclassads@sallsbuiypost.com OR PLACE YOUBAD ONLINE AT: SALISBURYPOST.COM and click ‘Place Classified Ad' Cell Phones & Service jaSAMSUHG CAUUCY S4SCracked face bul works H great! Verizon $135. Call 1704-031 -0278 I CeMeteiy Urtsl I ft Monuments : -Clothing ft Footwear ■Faux mink coat, lull SlenglKi'whlte, new. $100 I Call 704-637-5416 for ■e Information. ■Justice clothing. Some ■never worn. Tags still on. ■Size 12-16. $225 for all. «336-231-3554 ; Clothing ft Footwear Uather coat, black, large, excellent condlllon $25. Call 704-637-0336 Computers; ft Software Cempintr 2 Acer 19' widescreen LCD moni­tors - used. $50 each, 704-239-2348 NP Plxlllon PC all-in-one, wireless keyboard & mouse, 23" screen, SOOGS, with box 8 all papers. $450 030.704-636-8545 Electronics For Sale Lexmark All-In- One Printer $100. Call 704-433-B072 for more Equipment. Treadmill, In mint cond. Electronic screen shows distance. Paid seoo.Selllng for $350. ProPorm S20X. 704-202-0831 Flowers ft Plants Furatture ' & Appliances 3-gallcn LeyIand : Cypreasl Green Giant : or Nellie Stevens i ..HoIIyTlees These ^plants make durable evergreen, fast growing privacy screens. $20 each Ind. delivery, Installation, fertilizer & mulch. 704-6B0-862B Desk, Solid oak com­puter desk with hutch. $500,704-279-3712 Glass coffee table & 2 glass end tables coffee 2’x4'18" end 2’x2’x24' no cracks $250. 704- 831-0278 ToHferbed with sliding drawer underneath. Wood. Uke new. $45 firm. 704-657-8657 LM . Furniture : & Appliances Medical. ' t EqiiIpnierit ' BarstoDla. 4 Windsor back barstools. Solid cherry. $50 ea. 960-234- 3299. NO calls aftor 8pm Scooter. Merits S132. Used about 10 times. $350,704-431-4760 Bike, girls’, 20’, Schwinn 'Dellte.' purple, white trim & sidewalls. Light use. $55. 704-754-6637 Snow chains, for 16wheeler. New In bag. 3 pair S75 each. Call 704- 633-5976 j Want To Buy. v Merchandise Timber wanted • Plne or hardwood. 5 acres or more select or clear cut. Shaver Wood Products, Inc. Call 704-276-9291. REE kittens litter box rained, eating hard ' super sweol and super cute 7 weeks old. 704-273-8756 Dogs Found • Chocolate Lab mix on St. Paul's Church Pd. Call: 704-202-9000 w/deialls to claim. Found Oog German Shepherd found on Long Ferry Rd. Please call 704-202-9000 to claim. I a -O Prfp . larboB B S ’ r ; j g H O M e Enterprise-Record readers, tired o f the chill o f winter, have been seeking warm er temperatures to read their newspaper. Above, Lauren and M att F oster and Chris and Brianna Barrett read the newspaper on H arbour Island in the Bahamas. Below, Janet and Paul M ighion took the newspaper with them to Hawaii. LAHAINA COURTHOUSE L \ctttlh a e o n e * This newspaper really gets around. DAVIE C O U NTY ENTERPRI/i^ECORD C all 336-751-2120 to subscribe. Dogs Mixed Breed Free mixed breed puppies. Possible Terrier mix. 6 pups ap­prox. 5 weeks old. Call 704-633-2842 4224 or 704-279-7520 Lostantf Found ing collar. 704-239-3595 > Road. She is grey 1 little white on her back paws, she has green eyes, and is sweet. If you have any Information of where she belongs please call 704- Manufactured Homes For Rent Mocksville. Large 2BR.2BA w/garden tub. Com­pletely fenced yard (front 8 back). Carport. Com­pletely romodelcd wilh NEW largo covered dock NO PHS-Automatic evic­tion. S500'mo- S300do- .. posit. 704-545-7255 121 ParksLn.- Quiel 3BR. 2 lull BA. ana inmgriivmq FIffANCING AVAILABLE REGARDLESS OF CR EOITI Honda 2010 Accord, Iuily Good Call 704-872-5255 tagolnc Trucks SUV’s Ford F100, 1971 S3800 AND 1995 Ford 4x4 F150 S3000 Call 336- 448-8954. Services FOUND puppy. Female. --------------------------Neel Rd. area on Friday F in a n c ia l Jan. 9. Approx. 3 mo.ol'Call 704-633-2636 Like Us On Facebook. help reunite Lost & . P S T ' Maple Ave. near Salisbury HS. 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ALTHOUGH THE FLIGHT ATTENPANT PPOYE ME CPAZY WITH a n n o u n c e m e n t s . t h o u g h t COPPECT ME IF TM W PONG/ 3U T PO ESN T ‘At THIS TIM E' MEAN THE SAME THING AS 'N O W '' AT THIS TIM E/ YOU MAY NOW CHANGE THE SU BJECT MOTHER GOOSE & GRIMM BY MIKE PETERS T H A M KN£WSPA?6R?if THAMk^l O RIM M 90ISR5 WASTING VOURTlMe.V'KNOWy STATISTICS SHOW J t o S - T W O M e M LEPHB THEIR MOMeLfTO <JH QR CflTB WHILE g EARS HAVE POOR E Y E S i^ T , THEIR KEEW 5EW5E OF SMELL MORE THAW MAKES UP FOR IT THIS AREA TENDS TO FLOOD IN THE SUMMER.HMM...SMELLS LfKE A VOWEL., MBC ZHLLNO CCFttTUOQlT 'l WHO DOES HE THINK HE'S M l FOOLING? WE ALL ic n o w*-«J u c c /I flflin cA/Lt cHE’S A SALD EAGLE On A Wire Among the Best M U Advance Artist Stepping Band Students Earn: IIrfJII With Marketing Efforts AlI-DistrictHonors 11'[1IJ j f| PageCl Page D1 DAVIE C O U N T Y I ™ ! I ENTERPRI/E R ECORD Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015 Schools Get New Leaders Tw o form er em ployees of D avie schools w ill return to the county, this tim e to be adm inis­ trators o f the D avie C ounty Early College and W illiam Ellis M id- - die School. Ii. It w as announced at the Jan. 6 if. school board m eeting that D enise /. A bsher .will take over as princi- ..V pal at the E arly College Feb. 2. A bsher was a business/m arket- Sj ing and m ath teacher at D avie ; H igh in 2002 and m oved to the E arly C ollege w hen it opened in Ij. 2007 as a m ath teacher and the school’s lead teacher. She has been a staff instruc­ tional coach for N C N ew Schools SinceJanuary 2012. A three-tim e teacher o f the year, A bsher earned her bache­ lor s degree from U N C-G reens- boro and a m aster’s degree from low. A bsher is m arried to D avie H igh basketball coach M ike A b- sher and the couple has tw o sons, D rew and D avis. Jonathan W illiam s w ill re- B y M ike B a rn h a rd t turn in m id-February as assistant Enterprise Record principal at W illiam Ellis. W illiam s’ teaching career The Rev. Dr. D avid R . B aker began at D avie H igh, w hen he rem em bers grow ing up during taught social studies and w as a the 1960s - w hen Dr. M artin Lu- basketball coach. He has taught ther K ing Jr. and the C ivil Rights since then at Rockingham Coun- M ovem ent w as in full sw ing, ty H igh School arid M cM ichael H e rem em bers separate bath- High School and has coached room s for blacks and w hites and basketball, tennis, and cross used textbooks for the blacks and country, as w ell as serving as a new ones for the w hites, driver’s education instructor. H e m ostly rem em bers a young W illiam s earned a bachelor ‘s childhood w ith few opportum - degree from W ake Forest U ni- ties. versity and a m aster’s degree “T here w ere shackles upon and po stm asters certificate from us,” he told a full house at St. U N C -G reensboro. H e is nation- John A M E Z ion C hurch M on- ally board certified and has been day during the D avie N A A C P teacher o f the year, as w ell as celebration o f K ing. “W e had outstanding young educator o f lim itations, barriers. W e had to the year. live w ith restrictions on our free- H e is m arried to M isti and has dom .” a daughter, K ate, and tw o.step- C hildren today don’t have M em bers of the Back To School Em pow erm entV buth Choir provide m usic at St. John AME children, W ill and M olly. PleaseSee King - Page 10 Zion Church for the King celebration. _ . „ . . . . . . Great Strides Made, More Needed Davie NAACP Celebrates Life Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. J ‘Good Mawnin’ Aunt Eloise Writes Book About Life In Radio Broadcastiung AD VA N CE - She didn’t stay long, but last w eek, A unt Eloise w as once again heard around these parts, and folks w ho visit­ ed w ith “her” at T ucker’s CaK took the opportunity to tell her how m uch they m issed her and how m uch she cracked them up Toby "Aunt Eloise” Young holds a copy of his new book over the airw aves o f W TQ R . about his life and days in ther radio broadcasting industry. E loise, aka Toby Young, vis- - Photo by Robin Snow ited A dvance on a book-signing tour to prom ote the book “The Possum That Crossed the Road: M y Life as A unt Eloise,” w ritten about Y oung’s career and years im personating, on the radio, a w om an w ho he said w as a blend o f both his grandm others. Y oung and his w ife lived in A dvance for 23 years, w hen Young w as a popular disc jockey at W TQ R . A native o f Eastover, S.C ., Y oung w ent to live w ith his “country grandm other” when • he was 12. His grandfather had died, and she was sad, so Y oung started im itating her to try to get; her to laugh. It w orked. W hen he took his im itation to - * his city grandm other’s house, '• « she laughed, too. “I put the tw o together and that’s the w ay the character • cam e out,” he said, leaning back- ^ in a booth at the restaurant. It w asn’t long before-Y oung, a Please See A unt Eloise - Page 4 689076382120 2; - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 22,2015 Editorial Page Slack Angus Cows Now Rule Pastures Across Davie There’s no better example of the power of advertising than the predominance of black Angus cows. Driving through the countryside in Davie County on Sunday afternoons with my 15-year-old permit holder, I have seen almost nothing but black cows and calves dotting the pastures. There was a time in my youth when Herefords — those red cows with white faces — were the “it” beef cow. Then the white-hued Charolais were popular. Mixed breeds were dominant for awhile. Brangus cattle were touted during that breed’s 15 minutes of fame. There is a wide variety of beef breeds, but the overwhelming favorite — at least for now — is the Angus — a naturally polled breed, hearty, fast grow­ ing and with good-tasting beef. G rocers boast of their Angus beef. Even M cDonald’s now advertises that it serves Angus hamburgers. In fact, just about all the m eat in the grocery store these days is Angus because other breeds are being pushed to out o f the pasture and away from the feed trough because of the demand for Angus. Is it really better? Chances are, only an expert taster could detect a differ­ ence. Davie County farmers, however, have gotten the mes­ sage. One cattleman reported that he took fatted Angus beef Qalyes to auction last year. One of the calves, however, had a {eddish hue. It brought significantly less at auction. ! It’s tough being a Hereford cow these days. : W hat else have I noticed while being chauffeured across the back roads of Davie? There are some very expensive fences without any cows in sight. I .Also, I’ve seen lots of Confederate flags waving. No less an authority than Bert Bahnson of Farmington, who knows something about Confederate flags, explained why some still fly the Rebel flag 150 years after the war ended very badly for the South. In this age of political correctness, he contends, many fly it simply for shock value. He may be on to. something. |_onger Days? ■ It still takes a stretch of the imagination, but the days re- •illy do seem to be getting longer. It’s no longer dark at 5:30 p.m. It’s nearly 6 p.m. before dark sets in. Spring can’tcom e soon enough. We dodged dangerous weather problems last week. Tem­ peratures dipped below freezing, but the misty rainfall w asn’t heavy enough to cause roadways to be too slippery. One exception was a curve on Holder Road in Clemmons. Thankfully, I was going very slow. The car skidded but not far. School children had several days of extra sleep, report­ ing for class two and three hours late. \ Going to school three hours late had to be a wonderful days. I As for the lengthening sunshine, the promise of spring continues to pop up. There is some stirring among the bulbs ip the garden. I have planted some new iris that I’m eager to see in full flower. But that is still three months away. I Hurry, springtime. W restling Competition ; The W est Forsyth-Davie County sports rivalry wrote a rfew chapter Jan. 6 with the narrow wrestling win by the W ar Eagles over the Titans and new coach Maurice Atwood, formerly of Parkland High. Atwood led Parkland to a trophy case o f state championships and figures to work the same magic in Clemmons. Davie’s own coaching legend. Buddy Lowery, would have none of it. He has his own trophy case. The final score was 31-27 with Davie getting the margin of victory on a controversial stalling penalty against the Titans. The traditional battlegrounds between the schools have been on the football and baseball fields. W restling may emerge as the new test for dominance. — Dwight Sparks W iF 'i&U iflNeRS TMWffNiNcSS, PWWNflD BlBflflITHaoD BafIdKNflS AND <SAT WtSHiNe, IdB CttRiSTtAm f m APBdW^P PT BflWflioUS BXTRfflddiSM." In The Mail... Do The Right Thing: A Sensible Solution To the editor: I am writing one last time to the Enterprise about the sewage options for East Davie County. Before Christmas, we were told that the Option 3 would be a pumping station next to the river on the land of Stacy Cor- natzer in Greenwood Lakes. O f course, we were so thankful that Option I and 2 had been removed from the table, as that would have affected so many in the area. However, I still have questions about Option 3. Since the proposal is for the pumping station to be placed on Stacy Comatzer’s land on the river, which is right next to Bermuda Run, why can’t it be put onBerm uda Run property, where the existing sewage treatment plant is now? That would be the sensible .place. ..I looked on Google. Earth a n d lcan see : the existing Bermuda Run treatment plaht and it looks like it’s probably a quarter mile away, or less, from Stacy's land, go­ ing up the.river. It would definitely be better for Bermuda Run, to have a pumping station there, rather than a treatment plant, so why would anyone in BR mind? It really doesn’t make any sense at all to put the pumping station anywhere else but there, does it? We had thought that a pumping station meant no smell at all. W ewerewalking at Tanglewood the other day and walked past the pumping station in Tanglewood, which is next to the Yadkin River. At first, we could not smell anything but then a s. we got around to the other side of the station, there was a smell. Not as bad as I was expecting, however, is the smell worse at times than others? It’s been a frustrating six months, worrying about whether we were going to have a sewage treatment plant on Underpass Road and then wonying about having the pipeline in Carter Creek that runs behind our home. I’ve gotten some grey hairs during this time, stressing out about this thing. We had even been looking at other properties and contemplating moving, even though we.did not want to leave here.. I will be so glad to see this come to an end with a sensible’ and reasonable solution for everyone in this county, so we can get back to living our lives. Please do the right thing, commissioners. Thank you for your consideration. Suzanne Dorsey Advance Community Supports Family DA VIE C O U N T Y ENTERPRI/i^ ECORD USPS 149-160 171 S. Main St., P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 (336)751-2120 Published weekly by Salisbury Newsmedia LLC Dwight Sparks................................Editor/Publisher Robin Snow...................................General Manager Mike Bamhardt.............................Managing Editor Ray Tutterow.................................Advertising Director Brian Pltts......................................Sports Editor Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy, 50 Cents $26.69 PerYear In NC; $32.03 outside N.C. POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to: Davie County Enterprise Record P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 To the editor: On Saturdayevening.Jan. 17 the friends and family of Baby Adalynne Marcella Scherer hosted a benefit spaghetti supper to help raise money to cover the growing cost of her medical expenses and the impending cost of funeral expenses. Adalynne, who was bom in July and recently turned 6 months old, was bom with the rare terminal illness of hydran- encephaly, a condition where her cerebral hemispheres are re­ placed with sacs of fluid. In addition to having undergone brain surgery at 2 months old, Adalynne suffers from degenerative muscular function, struggles with eatiiig and suffers from mul­ tiple severe seizures daily. We would like to send a heartfelt “thank you” to the entire Davie County community for their kindness and generosity, as well as their support in this time of need. Thanks to the incred­ ibly generous donations of many local businesses, organiza­ tions and community members the event was fully sponsored, with all proceeds going directly to the family. Additionally, the community turned out in numbers that packed the house, ral­ lying behind the family and coming out to show their support and love for this precious baby girl. In the words of one volun­ teer, it was “the best turn out for a spaghetti supper" that she had ever seen. We would also like to thank all of our volunteers who dedicated their time to helping organize, plan and work the event. Without the efforts of all of these people this event would not have been possible. This community is a special place, filled with individuals who never fail to come to the aid of others in need, even when they are complete strangers. I have never seen a more gen­ erous, kind and supportive group of people willing to donate jtW lB h a. their time and energies to giving to others. In today’s world, with all the negativity we see every day, it is refreshing to bear witness to such an outpouring of selflessness and benevolence. Thank you again, so very much, to all those who helped to make this event possible. If you are interested in knowing more about Baby Adalynne Scherer, or in making a donation to the family, please visit our Go Fund Me page by searching “Fundraiser for Baby Adal­ ynne.” Mary Nichols Advance Building Should Be Condemned To the editor: Does Davie Fire Marshall Jerry Myers have the authority to condemn a building in Mocksville? I believe the old derelict store on the southwest comer of North Main Street and Camp­ bell Road should be condemned and demolished. It has been a terrible eyesore to us all for years now with the roof caved in and doors missing and is certainly a fire hazard. W hoever owns that building should be ashamed of allow­ ing such a blight in the middle of a nice neighborhood. We are all aware these abandoned buildings are trouble for the police and a nuisance for the neighborhood so let’s have the fixe de­ partment, city manager or town council take action to rid our neighborhood of this years old blight. Mocksville needs to do what’s right in 2015 on this issue. Gary Heinz Mocksville Letters Welcome The, Entetpns& Recoijl welcomes'lettenf-from'its'i1 : readers on topics of local, state; nationai or inten)aT'>’- ! , oonal issues.An effort will be made ip pnpt:all<le^j .;. ters;provided theyWe cot libelous; vulgar or m poof - J [- taste.vThe editor reserves the nght to e^jt letterBifl^ grammar and for space f ? ^ i ^^All-letters should include the name and address of-.'J the \ynter, including a signature: Atelephonemimber1^j notcjo be published, is also requestet}dPleaseliave'^ letters m'the nfewspaper office no later than 4 pjn^d Monday of the week to be published. 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Along with one of his teammates at the station, “Big Paul" Franklin, Young enjoyed the stardom that came from being part of a . station that was number one in the market, but Frank­ lin's death in a motorcycle accident in 2002 changed that. Young didn’t elaborate much but said corporate tried to force him out, with two years left on his contract. He stayed until the day his contract ran out, enduring a nearly unbearable work envi­ ronment. That was in 2008. For about the past five years. Young has worked at WBRF1 a country station in Galax, doing Aunt Eloise and other voices, and working on the book. “After Paul died, ev­ erybody kept asking what happened, and it tore me up. I wrote some things down and people said, ‘Man, you ought to write a book,’” he said. Written by Tom PerTy and • published in November, the book tells the highs and lows of Young's life in broadcast­ ing, For Young, one of those highs will always be his small role in getting a Christ­ mas parade in Advance. “I used to say (on the radio) the parade has been canceled due to a lack of in­ terest or I would say it starts here and ends here (yards away), but one day Linda Carter called me up and said we were going to have a parade. She had to go to New York to get permission to close the streets (or so I was ' told), and it's in its 19th year now. We had the septic tank truck in that parade. What other parade has a septic tank truck?” he asked, laughing. “The greatest years of my life were here, and I wish I was still in Advance. Advance has great people and we started a great tradition with that pa­ rade. Everyone here always supported me and took me for who I am. “Folks. I ain't dead yet. I m still doing good and alive. Young says the Aunt Eloise character w as Folks wait in line as Young talks to Shirley Jones. - Photos by Robin Snow DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, T hursday, Jan. 22,2015 - 5 District Court The following cases were disposed of during Davie Dis­ trict Court. Presiding: Judge Carlton Terry, Prosecuting: John Bandle and'Karen Bier- nacki, assistant D As, - - Bobbie Dudley Adams, improper use of dealer plates, dismissed, corrected. -A lic ia M. Avellaneda, speeding 93 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $100, cost. - Justin MicheaI Baker, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment,' $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Jose Luiz Benitez, no li­ cense, $50, cost; indecent ex­ posure, dismissed per plea. - Lori Nanney Bentley, simple assault, have no con­ tact with victim, comply with medication/psychiatric treat­ ment, case continued to June 11. - Carley Lynne Brannon- Bonner, possession/display ' of altered/fictitious/revoked license, driving while license revoked not DW I1 dismissed, corrected; speeding 85 in a 70, reduced' to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 im­ proper equipment fee. - Brian Curlis Bowles, buy, receive, or have in possession vehicle with no ID, dismissed, corrected. - Julian M, Bumgardner, simple possession schedule Vl controlled substance, pos­ session of drug paraphernalia, dismissed by court per com­ pliance with deferred pros­ ecution. - Fredrick Lee Caldwell, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, dismissed per plea. - Taylor Joseph Cloud, , speeding 75 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a 5 5 ,$ IS, cost. - Roger Dale CoItrane1 felony obtaining property by false pretense, reduced to misdemeanor larceny, two counts simple assault, sen-, tenced to 45 days,.suspended 18 months, credit for six days, 72 hours community service, do not go to Wal Mart, cost, $280 attorney fee. - Steven Daniel Corley, speeding 96 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $300, cost; reck: less driving to endanger, dis­ missed per plea, - Christopher D. Cranmer, speeding 89 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a 55,$150, cost; reck­ less driving to endanger, dis­ missed per plea. - Daniel Santos-Cruz.DW I, sentenced to 120 days, sus­ pended 12 m onths,'48 hours community service, surren­ der license, not operate ve­ hicle until licensed, obtain substance abuse assessment/ treatment, $200, cost, $100 DWI fee. - Alex Jordan Deakins, speeding 91 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 7 0 ,$100,cost. -Tony Martin Deese, resist­ ing public officer, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, reduced to possession of drug paraphernalia, sentenced to 120 days to run concunent with sentence now serving, ■cost, $225 attorney fee; two counts simple possession schedule IV controlled sub­ stance, possession of mari­ juana up to one-half ounce, dismissed per plea. - Anthony T. Douglas, mis­ demeanor larceny, sentenced to time served, $225 attorney fee. - Stefan Chase Elmore, misdemeanor probation vio­ lation, sentenced to 45 days, credit for four days, probation will be terminated at end of active sentence, cost. - Richard Vann Frazier, fail­ ure to wear seat belt, $25.50, cost. - Jeffrey Daran Hayes, vio­ lation of dealer regulations, $ 100, cost; three counts vio­ lation of dealer' regulations, dismissed per plea. - Kaylee Morgan Hayes, speeding 68 in a 50, reduced to 59 in a 50, $15, cost; driv­ ing/allowing vehicle to be driven with no registration, two counts failure to wear seat belt, dismissed per plea. - Ricky Lee Hester, viola­ tion of dealer regulations, $ 100, cost; violation of dealer, regulations, $ 100, cost; vio­ lation of dealer regulations,' $ 100, cost; 16 counts viola­ tion of dealer regulations, dis­ missed per plea. - James King Hill III, speeding 82 in a 50, reduced to 59 in a 50,$150, cost; reck­ less driving to endanger, dis- restitution to victim, cost, missed per plea. - Jaimie Yvonne Leonard, - Norris Eugene Hudson, misdemeanor larceny, dis- misdemeanor probation viola- missed, mediated. tion out of county, sentenced - Steven Peter Little, mis- to 30 days, credit for two demeanor larceny, sentenced days, pay all money owed; to 120 days, credit for seven misdemeanor probation viola- days, cost, $225 attorney fee; tion out of county, sentenced misdemeanor larceny, sen- 1090 days, credit for one day; tenced to 120 days at expi- misdemeanor probation viola- ration of previous sentence, tion out of county, sentenced credit for seven days, cost, to 90 days; assault with a Appealed, deadly weapon, four counts - Sheila Hamby Markham, misdemeanor larceny, dis- failure to stop for steady red missed per plea; communicat- . light, reduced to improper ing threats, sentenced to 120 equipment, $25, cost. $50 im- days (60 days for contempt), proper equipment fee. credit for five days, $335 at- - Daniel McDowell III, tomey fee; misdemeanor Iar- speeding 86 in a 70, reduced ceny, sentenced to 120 days, to 79 in a70,$15,cost. all sentences to run consccu- - Thomas P. McGuigan1 tively. driving/allowing vehicle to - G.T. Johnson, improper be driven with no registration, use of dealer plates, seven rear lamps violation, improp- counts improper vehicle in- er loading/covering vehicle, spection, dismissed per plea; dismissed per plea;, driving two counts did fail to keep while license revoked DWI dealer records, prayer for revocation, $ 100, cost, judgment continued, cost; as - Christopher J. Munson, a dealer and lien holder fail- misdemeanor probation vio- ure to keep records, prayer for lation out of county, proba- judgment continued, cost. tion revoked, sentenced to 75 - Marcia Edwina Johnson, days,creditfortw odays,cost, failure to wear seat belt, dis- - Alejandro M. Presa1 mis- missed per plea; driving while demeanor aid and abet-, dis- Iicense revoked, reduced to missed per plea. failure to notify DMV of ad- - Rufus Ardenia Robbins, dress change, $25, cost. driving while license re- - Michael Dean Jones, mis- voked DW I, $100,cost; driv- demeanor larceny, dismissed, ing while license revoked not insufficient evidence. DW I1 dismissed per plea. - Tyier Anthony Kyles. - Michael Darren Routh, speeding81 ina55,dism issed no license, reduced to failure per plea; reckless driving to to notify DMV of address endanger, reduced to exceed- change, cost. ing safe speed, prayer for - A .'Hemandez-Sandoval1 judgment continued, cost. misdemeanor larceny. - Nathaniel J. Lassiter, - Chasity Renae Sharpe, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced simple possession schedule to improper equipment, $50, IV controlled substance, dis- cost, $50 improper equipment missed per plea; possession of fee; no license, dismissed per drug paraphernalia, deferred plea. prosecution, 12 months su- - Deveoris Rashad Leak, pervised probation, 40 hours breaking ,ot.jentering.;,injury. ^comjpimUy^-.service., obtain to personal property, rinj"ury.;!SubSlan&" abuse assessment/ to real property, possession of treatment. $225 attorney fee; drug paraphernalia, dism isseff''ir in conTj!fliance charges may per plea, evidence ordered de- be dismissed in 12 months. Stroyed; possession of m an- -.Justin C.Shrew sbeny, as- juana up to one-half ounce, sault on a female; sentenced deferred prosecution, 12 to time served, cost, 5225 at- months supervised probation, tomey fee. 24 hours community service, - Yolandezz Siler, speeding not assault/threaten/harass or 75 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a have contact with victim, $20 55, $15,cost. - Annie Nicole Smith, mis­ demeanor probation violation ' out of county, probation ex­ tended 12 months, two days active, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment. - Grimkey Rhett Spen­ cer, failure to wear scat belt, $25.50, cost. - Timothy P. Swiergiel, pos­ session/consumption of wine/ beer on unauthorized premis­ es, dismissed, in compliance. - John R. Thompson, as­ sault on a female, not guilty. - Matthew R. Watkins, failure to reduce speed, dis­ missed, civil settlement. - Larry Eugene West, pos­ session/display of altered/ fictitious/revoked - license, reckless driving-wanton dis­ regard. driving while license revoked, dismissed per plea; DW I.sentenced to 12months, suspended 24 months, sev­ en days active, monitor re­ quired for first 12 months, do not consume alcohol for 12 months, credit for substance abuse assessment/complete treatment, not operate vehicle until licensed by DMV, $400, cost, $100 DWl fee, $225 at­ torney fee. - Aantwon J. Williams, speeding 89 in a 70, dis­ missed per plea; driving after consuming under age 21, $50, cost. - Amanda Carol Wimberly, misdemeanor larceny, sen­ tenced to time served, do not go to Wal Mart, cost, $225 at­ torney fee; two counts second degree trespass, shoplifting by concealment of goods, dis­ missed per plea. - Sun Wing Wong, speeding 107 in a 70, $250, cost; reck­ less driving to endanger, dis­ missed per plea. Failure Io A ppear - Lee Wayne Hillman, op­ erating vehicle with no insur­ ance. fictitious/altered ...title/, registration, driving/allow­ ing vehicle to be driven with no registration, unsafe tires, failure to report an accident, reckless driving to endanger. - Darran Deshawn Lyons, two counts driving while li­ cense revoked, failure to se­ cure passenger under age 16. - John Edmund M yeri II, misdemeanor probation viola­ tion out of county. - Brad Franklin Priest, JiinJt-* pie possession scheduIeT*VP + controlled substance, po&es* sion of drug paraphcm aliajf J - Frances Houston SymrrlesJ speeding 83 in a 70. I ? '' - Maegan AIese Ward. ftil; ure to wear seat belt, driving while license revoked. •v 'J - Rebecca Catherine Warp! possession of heroin, poSseg« sion of drug paraphernalia* D W IC ourt The following cases disposed of during Davie DWI Court. Presiding: Judge Carlton Terry. Prosecuting: Steve Boone. -*< - Gregory Lane Hutchins’, no license, reckless driving to endanger, unsafe passing yel­ low line, dismissed per plea; DW I1 sentenced to one year, suspended 12 months, seven days active, sunender li­ cense, not operate vehicle un­ til licensed, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment, $400, cost, $100 DWI fee. - Paula Miller Mayers, DWI, sentenced to 120 days, suspended 12 months, 48 hours community service, credit for substance abuse as­ sessment/follow treatment, surrender driver’s license, not operate vehicle until licensed by DMV1 $200, cost, $100 DWI fee. Appealed. - Timothy Michael Shank, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, !-24 hours active, surrender! li­ cense, not operate vehicle un­ til licensed, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment, $100, cost, $100 DWl fee; DWl in operation of commer­ cial vehicle, arrest judgment; carrying concealed gun, sen­ tenced to 45 days, suspended 12 months, weapon ordered destroyed, cost. Appealed!; - Sandra' Solomon Win- inger, reckless driving to‘.eh-v danger, misdemeanor child abuse, dismissed per plea; DW I, sentenced 4o one year, suspended 12 months, seven days active, surrender li­ cense, not operate vehicle un­ til licensed,’obtain substance abuse' assessment/treatnfent, $400, cost, $600 lab fee, 320 install fee. 'I -. Superior Court The following cases were disposed of during the Jan. 5 session of Davie Superior Court. Presiding: Judge Kevin Bridges. Prosecuting: Greg­ ory Brown, Robert Taylor and Wendy J. Terry, assistant DAs. - Paul Andrew Barrier, mis­ demeanor probation violation, probation terminated, $240 attorney fee. - Tony Martin Deese, pro­ bation violation, probation re­ voked, sentenced to six to 17 months, 25 days credit, obtain substance abuse assessment/ treatment, $300 attorney fee. - Cory Dustin Holleman, misdemeanor larceny, dis­ missed per plea; possession with intent to manufacture/ sell/deliver a schedule II con­ trolled substance, sentenced to eight to 19months,suspended 24 months, obtain substance abuse assessment, electronic house arrest and abide by cur­ few for three months, submit ’to DNA testing, evidence or­ dered destroyed, $352 restitu­ tion, $200, cost, $600 lab fee, $13.80 copy fee, $620 attor­ ney fee. • - Patrick C. Jenkins, mis­ dem eanor probation viola­ tion, sentenced to 37.5 hours, probation terminated after sentence is served, $750 due immediately, $355 attorney/ other fees. - Kelly Jones, larceny by employee, sentenced to six to eight months, suspended 60 months, one day active/ credit, 50 hours community service, submit to DNA test­ ing, not assault/threaten/ harass or be on property of Wade Leonard, evidence to be retained, $31,530.24 restitu­ tion to Wade Leonard; larceny by employee, sentenced to six to eight months to run at ex­ piration of previous sentence, suspended 60 months, cost, same terms and conditions as previous sentence; larceny by employee, sentenced to. six to eight months to run at expiration of previous sen­ tence, suspended 60 months, same terms and conditions as previous sentence; larceny by employee, sentenced to six to eight months to run at expi­ ration of previous sentence, suspended 60 months, same terms and conditions as previ­ ous sentence; 15 counts lar­ ceny by employee, dismissed per plea. - Gary D. Lashmit, posses­ sion of heroin, sentenced Io six to 17 months, suspended 24 months, 50 hours commu­ nity service, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment, submit to DNA testing, weapon and drugs ordered de­ stroyed, cost, $600 lab fee. -AlvinM artinM ayfield Jr., misdemeanor probation viola­ tion, probation terminated. - Christopher Ray Payne, felony probation viola­ tion, probation extended six months from original termi­ nation date, $180 attorney fee. - Steven E. Rounds, con­ spiracy to sell/deliver sched­ ule I controlled substance, reduced to accessory after the fact of possession with intent to sell/deliver schedule I con­ trolled substance, sentenced to 45 days, suspended 12 months, credit for 10 days, 24 hours community service, ob­ tain substance abuse assess­ ment/treatment, evidence to be retained, do not associate with co-defendant, travel for work related purposes, $ 100, cost. - Edensson DeJesus Sali­ nas, possession of drug para­ phernalia, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/ deliver cocaine, felony pro­ bation violation, dismissed per compliance with deferred prosecution. - Raekwon TVrez Simon, breaking and/or entering, sen­ tenced to 10 to 21 months, suspended 36 months, credit for 29 days, pass GED within 24 months, not assault/threat­ en/harass/be on property of victims, submit to DNA test­ ing, $3,890 restitution, $240 attorney fee; larceny after breaking/entering, dismissed per plea. - Nicholas Ray Whisen- hunt, sell or deliver counter­ feit controlled substance, sen­ tenced to four to 14 months, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, obtain substance abuse as­ sessment/treatment, submit to DNA testing, drugs or­ dered destroyed, $14.80 copy fee, $495 attorney fee, $230 restitution to vice narcotics fund, $200, cost; possession of counterfeit controlled sub­ stances with intent to sell/de­ liver substance, dismissed per plea. Failure to A ppear - Darren Lynn Johnson, lar­ ceny after breaking/entering, two counts possession of sto­ len goods/property, breaking and/or entering, assault on a female. - Carlos Garcia Lowery, possession of firearm by a felon, felony possession of cocaine, possession of mari­ juana up to one-half ounce, possession of drug parapher­ nalia, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury, first degree kidnapping, discharg­ ing a weapon into an occupied property. - Devonta Ponder, felony larceny, violation of court or­ der. - Dominique Rowell, ob­ taining property by false pre- tense. - Joseph Scott Stanley, a;-C*f sault inflicting serious inji)sA£t - Jeremy Kirk W hite, hdSi)-* j ua] misdemeanor assault. - James Fred W ilson, a£{! sault inflicting serious boxlj^’ injury, attempting to obtatQ ^i controlled substance by for^-J> ery/fraud. Wide selection I I of boots at areas I best prices. 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Hartfnan said that Jason Lee Church,'31, had gone to his ex-girlfriend’s house, despite a domestic violence protec­ tion order that had been issued prohibiting him from contact­ ing the woman. He had also sent the victim threatening messages with photos of him with a gun. Church went into the home brandishing a gun and threat­ ening the woman’s dog, Hart­ man said. When she got be­ tween him and the dog, he threw her to the ground and held a gun to her head. “She began yelling for help and screaming,” Hartman said. “Church then ran out of the house, grabbing (the vic­ tim’s) phone.” The victim locked the doors and Church began kicking on the doors. A short tim e’later, the power went off. The victim hid in her home until the next morning, when a relative came by and she called 911 to report an assault. Deputies discovered the elec- trict meter box had been re­ moved from the home. Warrants were issued for Church’s arrest, and investiga­ tors learned he was at a house on US 601 South. Shane Hart- ' ness, 35, told officers he. was not there. “He was very evar sive about Church.” Officers returned, and Hart- ness gave different stories about Church. He consented to a search, Hartman said, and Church was found hiding in a closet with access-to the attic. Church was charged with , assault by • pointing ' a gun, false imprisonment, posses­ sion of a firearm by a felon and larceny. He was taken into custody in lieu of a $5,000 bond, pending a Jan. 22 first appearance hearing in Davie District Court. Hartness was charged with delaying officers and harbor­ ing a fugitive. He was tak­ en into custody in lieu of a $7,000 bond, also pending a Jan. 22 first appearance hear­ ing. Public Records Marriages The following were issued Decanio, 44, of Mocksville. - Desmond Robert Jacobs, marriage licenses by the Da- 71. °f Statesville, and Glo- vie Register of Deeds. na EIaine Harrell, 65, of Ad- - Robert Eugene Weaver, vanc®' 58, and Melissia Deeanna - Humberto Cantu Jr., 38, FARMINGTON VFD OPEN HOUSE Sunday, Jan. 25,2015 ' 2:00 -3:00P.M . AMVUAL INCORPORATORS MEETING Sunday, Jan. 25,2015 3:00 P.M. at FarminetonVblunteer Fire Dept. 1880 Farmington Road and Anaceli Catalina Pelaez Rodriguez, 36, of Bermuda Run. - Billie McCain Bradshaw, 67, and Jerome Herman Fink, 65, of Salisbury. - Dennis Craig Howell, 56, and Kim Elaine Ranker, 59, of Mocksville. - Robin Michelle Bowman, 35, and Scott Anthony Nich­ olson, 41, of Mocksville. - Sonia Esperanza Bonilla, 39, and Ivan Gonzalez Cruz, 2 3 ,of Mocksville. - Christian Umberto Cana­ les, 25, of H onda, and Diana'. Lorena Cardona GiraJdo1 22 of Statesville. - Donald Wayne Pickrel, 32, OfDavidsoni and Amanda Lynn Gilliam, 30, of Mocks­ ville. - Leonardo Ortega Marti­ nez, 42, and Polly Alicia Rob­ erts, 49, of Statesville. - Andrew White, 57, and Amy Jiyeon Sanson, 46, of Mocksville. - Ruth Elizabeth Williams, 62, of Statesville, and David Alvin Jones, 64, of- Mocks­ ville. - Andrew Tyler Blethen,44, and Robin Leeanne Bottom- Iey,4I,ofSparta. - Yovany Medina Marin, 29, and Yohana Mariche Cis­ neros, 27, of Winston-Salem. Civil Lawsuits The following civil law­ suits were filed with the Davie Clerk of Court. - Samantha K. Cline vs. Allen Lee Cline Jr., domestic violence protective order. - Davie Social Services vs. the following, child support: Lauren H. Stephens; Todd A. Edwards; Paul Hundley; Re­ becca L. Drake; Patrick C. Jenkins; and James E. Nance. - Bank of America, NA vs. Lucille G. Nelson, collection on account, $6,297.99. - Discover Bank vs. Laura B. Hodges, collection on ac­ count,$11,399.62. - Vogler, Koontz-Stockert, PLLC-vs. Christopher L. Frye, money owed, $5,984.20. - D. Gray Angell Jr., Cristi­ na Angell and Scott Hanes vs. Susan Janssen, Nancy Vogt, Marcia Petryshyn and Adam T. Duke as guardian ad litem for unknown heirs of Rachel K. Vogt, real property. - Elizabeth Nicole Riddle vs. Westley Daniel Myers, domestic violence protective order. - Harold Lewis Vannoy, Linda Birdsong and Pam Sholar vs. Davie County, Sky­ way Towers and Ricky Lee Spillman, writ of certiorari. - Alicia Hernandez vs. Francisco H. Santos-Enamo- rado and Mercy L. Hernandez Morales, custody. - Lisa Ann Boger Stumbo vs. Danyl Wayne Stumbo, di­ vorce. - Delana Davis Joldcrsma vs. Douglas Patrick Jolder- sm a,divorce. - Crystal Rowland vs. Jason Church, domestic violence protective order. - TD Bank USA, NA as successor in interest to Target National Bank vs. Cherie HilI1 money owed, $1,181.48. - Artisan Signs and Graph­ ics vs. Signlite Services, mon­ ey owed, $17,134.50. - Jose Diaz vs. Sandra DiaZ, custody, visitation. O W N E R f i t s 'S i * p w k im I33?) 753-8355 lakeway Mower Senrice Saws - Generators Log Splitters ‘ Blowers 10% OFF Pine Needles (10 bale min.) 336-766-2738 www.lakewaymnowersvc.com BAILEY’S j Barber Shop & Stiie m i ■^ APPOIKTMEMT& I Sam e Aocatcm Sutee W 55f I 3225 US Hwy. 64 Easi • Advance, NC • PH: 336-998-7102 j •r Micbb&Amonda & Ttade. Mas^rIfalrarHws wftti ■ , Yedn Experience. 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After years for working for other roofers, Je sse decided it w as tim e to go out on his own. So, in the fall of 1997, he started Perkins Roofing. "I have been roofing m ost of my life and that's w hat I love to do,” Je sse explains. “I started out with a ladder, hatchet and pick-up truck.” Now, along with roofing, Je sse has added vinyl siding to his line of work. : “I w ork with several local contractors .on new hom es and do te ar offs for older hom es that need a new roof. I have done som e repair work but w e just don’t have that m any bad storm s around here to do too m uch dam age for roof repairs," Je sse notes. Je sse takes a great deal of pride in his work and will work how ever m any hours and days it takes to get the job finished and done right. “I keep my business som ew hat sm all. That w ay I can be on the job to se e w hat goes on and m ake sure the job is com pleted like it would be for som eone In my family. 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ITfnhi !GOODWILL D o n atio n C ollection Center DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, T hursday, Jan. 22,2015 - 7 Goodwill's Davie Marlin talks about the new donation collection center in Berm uda Run. • Photos by Robin Snow Donation Center Opens In Bermuda Run Iff ties •I BERMUDA RUN - An odd-shaped lot on U.S. 158 here is the new home to a Goodwill donation center. The permanent structure with a covered drive-through across from SunTrust Bank also takes donations for Sec­ ond Harvest-Food Bank, and is available for local non-prof­ it groups. Other than the Goodwill store in Mocksville, it is the only other site in Davie County where donations are accepted. The agency had op­ erated out of a trailer, then a building in a nearby shopping center. The move makes Goodwill ire visible to area residents, io have historically made sat donations, said Dave irtin, who is responsible for nation centers and trans­ portation for the 31 coun­ served by the Northwest th Carolina chapter. An employee will be on site to help unload Monday- Saturday from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sundays from 1-6 p.m. Lynette Royal, who worked in the trailer parked in Mocksville and then in a- center in Winston-Salem, is back home in Davie County - working at Bermuda Run. Goodwill accepts just about everything except mat­ tresses; tires, auto parts and exercise equipment, Martin said. “We don’t say no to a lot. Our customers are looking for almost everything.” Bermuda Run Mayor Ken Rethmeier said the center fits in with the town’s vision. “Bermuda Run took on a com­ prehensive planning initiative for envisioning what we want this community to be - a vil­ lage environment. “You can help us by letting the people in the community know that donating to Goodwill sup­ ports people here locally who need help Iinding a job.” Retail sales fund job pro­ grams that assist 36,000 peo­ ple each year, said Goodwill Vice President of Retail Op­ erations John Cunningham. “It’s all about the dona­ tion - everything we do in our employment and training pro­ grams goes back to the simple fact that someone makes the decision to pull in here and make a donation,” he said, "you can help us by letting the people in the community know that donation to Good­ will supports people here who need help finding a job.” Martin explains the simple process of loading dona­ tions onto the truck, which are taken to the M ocks­ ville store. 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There are many factors which can cause hens to stop laying and in many cases there are multiple causes which add up to few or no eggs.: The most common causes o f decreased egg produc­ tion include: decreasing day length, improper nutrition, disease, advancing age and stress. Hens require 14-16 hours of day length to sustain egg production. Once day length drops below 12 hours, production will decrease and frequently stop. This hap­ pens naturally from October through February. To prevent this, provide artificial light to maintain a constant day length of at least 14 hours per day. One 40 watt light for each 100 square feet of coop is adequate. The light should be added in the morn­ ing hours so the birds can go to roost as the sun sets. This prevents birds from being stranded in the dark when lights are turned out at night. Layers require a balanced ration to sustain maximum egg production over time. Improper nutrition can oc­ casionally cause hens to stop laying. The most common problem is failing to provide a constant source of fresh water. This is especially a problem during the coldest months when the water can freeze. Provide adequate water equipment so the birds always have fresh water. Inadequate levels of energy, protein or calcium can also cause a produc­ tion decrease. This is why it is so important to supply laying hens with a constant supply of nutritionally bal­ anced layer food balanced at 16% - 18% protein. Feeding whole grains, scratch feeds and table scraps can cause the birds diet to become improp­ erly balanced. Feeding oyster shell "free choice" (always available) . is a good idea to help insure strong egg shells. Disease problems can oc­ cur under the best of condi­ tions. Sometimes one of the first signs o f disease is 'a drop in egg production. Other symptoms o f disease include dull and listless appearance, watery eyes and nostrils, coughing, molting, jameness and mortality in the flock. Remember some death is normal over the period of a year in any flock. However, if - you suspect a disease, contact a skilled veterinarian for help in examining your flock and get an accurate diagnosis and treatment. Yourbestprotection against disease is to buy healthy stock and keep them isolated from other birds. Buying adult poultiy and in­ troducing them to your flock ' is asking for trouble. If you wish to increase your flock, buy chicks from a reputable hatchery or hatch some of your own eggs. Adult birds can look healthy but still . cany diseases. Production hens can lay efficiently for two laying cycles. However, after two or three years, many hens decline in productivity. This will vary greatly depending on the bird, breed and man­ agement. Good layers can lay about 50 to 60 weeks per laying cycle. Between these cycles they will be interrupt­ ed by a rest period called a molt. Poorer layers and older hens will molt more often and lay less. Removal of non-layers is recommended if economical egg production is the goal. Any stress such as mov­ ing, handling, changes in environmental conditions or fright can contribute to or be the main cause for egg pro­ duction declines. Common stresses include: 1. Chilling: Chickens do not handle damp, drafity con­ ditions well. Prevent exces­ sive exposure to wet, drafty conditions during colder months. 2. Handling or moving: Once the laying flock is in place, limit any unnecessary moving or handling. Switch­ ing roosters or changing the pens population will also dis- • rupt the pens pecking order and cause some temporary social stress in your flock. . 3. Parasites: If external or internal parasites are pres­ ent, get proper diagnosis and treatment. 4. Fright: Limit the move­ ment o f children, dogs, live­ stock and vehicles around the flock as well as loud noises to prevent frightening the hens. 5. Predators can stress the birds and create a decrease in production. Other problems to con­ sider when you see a decrease in egg collection: predators consuming the eggs; egg- eating by hens .in the flock; excessive egg breakage; hens hiding the eggs when able to run free. For more information on poultry or other livestock, contact Rucker with the Cooperative Extension in Davie County at 753-6100 or phil_rticker@ncsu.edu. Administrative Court The following cases were disposed of dining Davie Ad­ ministrative Couit Nov. 28. Presiding: Judge Wayne L. Michael. Prosecuting: Burt Conley, assistant DA. • Sheila Walker Stanley, speeding 62 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost. - Matthew Stonebraker, speeding 88 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $ 100, cost. „ - Cameron M. Strader, speeding 71 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. • Shanda Rose Styers, op­ erating vehicle with no in­ surance, canceled/revoked/ . suspended certificate/tag, dis­ missed, corrected. cost. • Thomas D. Swaisgood, • Elizabeth Ann Walrath, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced speeding 51 in a 35, reduced to improper equipment! $25, to improper equipment, $50, Students Earn Academic Honors At DCCC The following Davie stu­ dents at Davidson CounQ= • Community College qualified for the dean’s list for the fall semester with minimum 3 5 grade point averages. Advance - Brandon Ray Arinsworthy, Brittany Renee .. Beimen, CarrteJpi Qarter,Aii-_ drevTphifi>cSambeifs, Devin Gray Lambeth, Joseph Glenn Letdiafd,' Josh Litten, An­ thony Thomas Masters, Nita RomingerMyers; Mocksville - Melody F. Barrows, Lany Wayne Beam, Bradley D. Beck, Kristi Diane Burton, Jimmy Lee Carter, Austin Lee Childress, Alex­ ander William Cloer, Zach­ ary Devin Coffey, John Cam­ eron Decanio, Autumn Paige Denniston, Dominique Wade Dismuke, lh iitt Matthew Fields, Glamar Osclarys Ga- leas, Courtney Danielle Jones, Kayley Ivette Khan, Yahs- sain Ahmed Khan, Bradley Alan Lonn. Alexandra Lvnn Maine, Christopher Marshall . McCtamrpck. Tammy .Milch-.- e lC Ryan^A . " Montgomery, Francisco-, M anueIM qreno,, Sky Dawn ' Myers, Evelyn Ramirez, Daniel Jason Reas- ner, Matthew Wayne Scar­ lett, Bobbt Jean Shrewsbury, Marcela D. Soto, Hannah Minh Sprinkle, Abigail Ma­ rie Stowe, David Yukihero Taylor, Erika Maria Villatoro, Summer Nicole Whitaker, Noah Daniel W iliam s, Mela­ nie Patricia Willis. - Matthew Ray Tedder, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. • Todd Richard Tibbs, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. . - Bnice Elliot Tinsley, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. • Saul Antonio Torres, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost; no operator’s license, dismissed. - Lenore Lucido Twitty, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced ,to.improper, equipment, $25, 'c o s t . ' "V- ■" • Fernando.,.. Valencia, speeding 84 in a'70; reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Ramakrishna Vetury, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, - Brittney S. Waters, ex­ ceeding safe speed, dismissed, civil. • Richard W iliam Webb, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Wallace Wayhe W est Jr., speeding 88 in a 70, reduced, to improper equipment, $100, cost. • Crissy Dee Whitaker, canceled/revoked/suspended certificate/tag, dismissed, cor­ rected. - Heather Renee Wilkins, speeding 67 in a 55, reduced to improperequipm ent, $25, cost. - Cart Roberson W ilson, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $(50, cost; speoling in excess of 65 mph, dismissed per plea. • Mary Caitlin Wooten, failure to maintain lane con­ trol,dism issed,civil. - Bryan Neal Yarboro, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - • Nicholas J. Zucconi, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. Dec. 5 The following cases were disposed o f during Davie Administrative Court Dec. 5. Presiding: Judge Wayne L. M ichael. Prosecuting: Kaitlyn Jones and Sherry Woodyard, assistant DAs. • David Samuel Aiiderson, speeding 63 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $ 100, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Ashley D. Anglin, unsafe movement, dismissed, civil settlement. • Jam es M . Arges, speed­ ing 83 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment Tee. • Rustyn Darrell Barber, speeding 68 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a 55, $15,cost. - Katherine L. Baughman, expired registration, expired/ School Board OKs Personnel Decisions EnergyUnited Accepting Youth Tour Applications EnergyUnited is accepting applicants for the 2015 Rural Electric Youth Tour, where two local students will win an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C. June 13-19. Students wil) join 1,500 high school students from across the U-S- to leam about Two Earn Furman Honors Two Davie students at Fur­ man University earned a spot on the dean's Iistforthe 2014 fall semester with a grade point average of 3.4 or higher: Anna McBride, daughter of David and Melisa McBride; and Tfevor Smith, son of Tim­ othy and Cathy Smith. Rabbit Show This Saturday More than IJMO rabbits are expected to be shown at the Redmont Rabbit Fanci­ ers Association show from 9 ajn.-3 p m . Saturday, Jan. 24 at the Centra] Davie gym on Campbell Road in Mocks­ ville. The event is free and open to the public. electric cooperatives, Ameri­ can history and the U.S. government. Students will visit the historic sites of the nation's capital.- Not only will this opportu­ nity be a boost on the winning students’ college applications, all 2015 Youth Tburists will be eligible to apply for one of three annual scholarships val­ ued from $2000 to $2,500. Applicants must be high school juniors and a resident of a county served by Ener- gyUnited, including Davie. Applicants do not have to receive electric service from EnergyUnited. For more information on eligibility or to download an application, visit wwwener- gyunited £om!youth _tour/isp. Tlte deadline to submit appli­ cations is March 15 by 5 pm . Direct questions to Mati- reen.moore®energyunited. com. The following personnel changes were approved at the Board of Education meeting Jan. 6. Employment: Carlyn Cog- ar, EC teacher, Davie; Patri­ cia Potts, fifth grade teacher, Comatzer; Jerek Cannon, EC teacher, Cooleemee; Kimber­ ly Strickland, EC teacher as­ sistant, William R . Davie; De­ nise Absher, principal, Early College; Jonathan W illiams, assistant principal, William Ellis; Claire Chandler, tutor, Cooleemee; Tanicia Jackson, EC teacher, Davie; Jennifer Hire, science/social studies teacher, North Davie. Student teachers: Britini Quatrone, Comatzer; Han­ nah Buie, Mocksville; Bridia Aguilar, William R. Davie/ Notth Davie; Kilby Church, Pinebrook; Jennifer Stadler, Davie; Kaitlin Sizemore, Davie; W lHam Owen, Cor- natzer/Noith Davie; Anita Bradshaw, Shady Grove; Caitlyn Cannon, Cooleemee/ South Davie; and Alex.Bell, South Davie. Substitutes: Katherine Quijada; Rachel Moore; Nan­ cy Lima; Elizabeth Barber, Rita Smith; Michelle Ellis; Meghan Church; and Lauren- Bailey. For information only (not voted on): Declined position: Tara Hajer, social studies, South Davie. Resignation: Angela Wat­ son, teacher assistant/bus driver, Pinebrook; Erin Pick­ ard, business education teach­ er, Davie; Lauren Skidmore, science/social studies teacher. North Davie; and Tabitha Sig­ mon, teacher assistant, Pin­ ebrook. Retirement: Terty Logan, EC teacher, Cooleemee. no inspection, dismissed, cor­ rected. • Jeffrey B. Boger, fail­ ure to maintain lane control, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Gary Lee Bowman, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Colleen Gooden Bruce, failure'to maintain lane con­ trol, dismissed, civil settle­ ment. • Damion Lyonnel Bryant, speeding 82 in a 65, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost, $50 improper equipment fee, $200 failure to appear fee. • Krista Brooke Burgess, speeding 73 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $ 100, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Megan April Carroll, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Annette P. Chambers, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee; no license, dismissed, corrected. - Joshua Alan Clark, speed­ ing 86 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Jonathan Scott Cloud, speeding 80 In a 70, reduced to exceeding safe speed, $15, cost. • April Easter Coble, op­ erating vehicle with no in­ surance, canceled/revoked/ suspended certificate/tag, dis­ missed, corrected. - Chase C. Crossley, ex­ ceeding safe speed, operating vehicle with no insurance. Please See C ourt - Page 9 Auction # * Forii Volunteer ' Fire PepartmMiI ANNUAL COMMUNITY MEETINGSatunlay, Januaiy 24th 7:00 PM ; at Fork Flre OepL &3181 U$ Hwy. 64 East \ ^P W L K M V m Saturday, January 24th at 10:00 a.m. (In cr.se Cf incle.rent v.'eaiher. sale will be SntL-rday. January 31st at 1C:00) Real Estate and personal property of the late Harold White (deceased) Located at 1512 Courtney Huntsville Rd, Yadklnvllle, NC.Directions: From YeeBdnvfIIe. take 601 South Io Courtney HuntsvOe Rd. (Courtney Crossing), Ium left end sale Is on the right Beal Estate: 3 bedroom 2 bah hone vSh spacious MdwadmanddMng ana comUned, Iving room cental heat & air on a 1.1+A acre lot this property has county water and a paved drfwwayParaonal PrnnartK 2006 Bulck Lucerne: 20M Dodae Qafcnla adanrtad Mhwiai only 82.000 miles, maibte top cofee and end tables, 4 piece bedroom suite, GE. Rektgerator, goose neck chair&ottoman, MdwntaUe andJdialre, dining room table and 6 chairs, oval coffee table, end tables. Duncan Phyle sots. Ioveseat & chair, 3 piece bedroom suite, china cattwt, cotee tables, end tables, chest ol drawers, barstoots, octagonal table, square oak Iabte1 mlk glass, picture and 6 glasses, Franciscan Desert Rose Dlnrwiware, marble top cotee and end tables, drop leal table, Mnlag washer, Kenmore dryer, oil lamp. Sessions Clock, IaMe saw, hand tools, and many other Innst ......... n 10% do sold sibiect to confirmation by Edwnd _______________________Any test or Inspections that consthite a condtfon ol sals ol real estate must be completed prior to sale day.Person aJPropertv Terms: Cash or approved check. Sold ’as tf. Personal Real Estate and Personal Property sold "as Is*. Any announcements on sale day w> supercede al advertisementsH&W Auction Company Inc. working as sellers agentsl -----------------------Sale Conducted by:------------------------H&W Auction and Real Estate Ce. Inc.5729 Floby Lane • JonesviHe, NC 28642 Ph. 33^835-4845 or 336-957-0333 aNCAFL-3253 • NCREFL-9833 |Qo to Aucilomdp.com forphotom! | HOUSE AND L 0 I5 FOR SALE BY COMMISSIONER 122 LONNIES WAV, COOLEEMEE (MOCKSVILLE) NORTH CAROLINA For sale is a 2 story, 3 bedroom 2 bath home with vinyl .IHingl insulated windows, heat pump, all electric, approximately 1344 square feet heated space, front porch, large lots. Also identified as Thx Parcel M-5-9-B-30 and 31 - Houseis in fair condition, will need some repairs and improvements. Propnty is sold as-is, with no warranties. Property is sold pursuant to the North Carolina Judicial Sates Act (NCOS 1-339.1 et. seq.) and is subject to increased bids as provided therein, see legal ad for more details* Property WiU be sold to the highest bidder at the Davie County Courthouseon Monday,February 2,2015 at 11:00 AM. ' Grady L McClamrock, Jr. 161 South Main Street Mocksville, North Carolina 27028 Telephone: 336-751-7502 8facsimile: 751-9909 Court. DAYIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D .Thuraday, Ja n . 22,2015 • 9 Continued Front Page 8 canceled/revoked/suspended certificat&'tag, dismissed, civil. • Isaac David Crouch, ex­ pired registration, expired/no' inspection, dismissed, cor­ rected. - Melissa Danielle Dean, speeding 87.1n a 70, reduced to impropbr equipment, $75, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. « Darin Lee Dellinger, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - David William Denyer, speeding 90 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $50, cost. • Judith Usis Dewar, speed­ ing 89 in a 70, reduced to 79 ina-70,$15,cost. • Kathy ' D. Dickinson, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Deborah Sue Drutyl speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Denise Presas-Elardo1 speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Brently Frost Ellis, fail­ ure to stop for steady red light, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 im­ proper equipment fee. - Arturo Martin Encitias, speeding 90 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $50, cost; reck­ less driving to endanger, dis­ missed per plea. • Kyle Patrick Evans, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Jarrett Lee Falvey, speed­ ing 85 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Philip John Fleghman, failure to wear seat belt, $25.50, cost. • Lutisa C. Fortune, speed­ ing 67 in a 55, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improperequipment fee. • Anna Marie Foster, failure to reduce speed, dis­ missed, civil settlement. • Gina Reeves Fowler, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Edward Eugene Fox, speeding 82 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Louie Garcia, speeding 92 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $200, cost. • Mariam K. Ghassemi, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equip­ ment fee; expired registration, expired/no inspection, dis­ missed, corrected. • MlTlliam Gilbert, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improp­ er equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Shelia AHred Gobble, failure to stop for steady red light, dismissed, civil. - Joshua Dale Godbey, fol­ lowing too closely, reduced improper equipment, $25, st, $50 improper equipment fee. • David Sam Goodwin,, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, t, $50 improper equipment fee. W tllaim C . Graham, speeding 90 in a 70, reduced to exceeding safe speed, $50, cost; reckless driving to en­ danger, dismissed per plea. • M . Maqueda Granadero, reding 60 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Kathy Huffman Hale, Jriving while license revoked DW I, reduced to failure o notify DMV of address :hange,$25,cost. • David Alan Hawkins, speeding 54 in a 35, reduced to44ina35,$15,C ost. • CurtJoseph Hays, speed­ ing 80 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Otis Ray Hedrick, failure to reduce speed, dismissed, civil settlement. • Shelley Blake Hicks, failure to reduce speed, dis­ missed, civil settlement. - Randy Steve Hodge, per­ mitting operation of vehicle with no insurance, dismissed, corrected. - Otis Dewitt Holland, speeding 62 in a 45, reduced to'im proper equipment, $75, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • James Randall Hooks, improper backing, dismissed, civil. • Erin Michelle Howell, speeding 82 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Craig Hughes Hutchens, failure to wear seat belt, ex­ pired registration, expired/no inspection, dismissed, cor­ rected. - Brendan Scott Hylton, speeding 88 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $ 100, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Darrell Shane Isaacs, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Jamie V. Jankowicz, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Dustin Rae Jenkins, fail­ ure to wear seat belt, no li­ cense, dismissed, corrected. • Craig Michael Johnson, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment •fee.. ' - James Allen Johnson, un­ safe lane change, dismissed, civil. , • William Z. -Johnson, exceeding safe speed, dis­ missed, civil. • Dejoun Ladamian Jones, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced . to improper equipment. $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Alex R. Joseph, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improp­ er equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Zachety L. Joumay, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Michelle Yvonne Joyce, speeding 86 in a 70. reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Anna Ophelia Kamp, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Joseph A. Kontny, speed­ ing 85 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Victoria Anne Larkins, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Kaye Fisher Leonard, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Carolina Elizabeth Lewis, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Cynthia Baldwin Little, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Dylan Eugene Liven- good, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Lauren A. Livengood, speeding 60 In a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Jerry Lee McBryde, im­ proper loading/covering ve­ hicle, dismissed, civil. • William K. McClelland, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost,$50 improperequipment - fee. • Samuel Edward KcKee, expired registration, dis­ missed, conected. • Daniel D. McPherson, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Chelsea N. Meadows, speeding 88 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $ 100, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Marcella C. Middleton, ,speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to'im proper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. ' • Justin Andrew Miller, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Mark Anthony Millsaps, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Scottie Depree Mobley, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee; expired registration, dis­ missed per plea. • Crystal R. Moody, speed­ ing 89 in a 70, reduced to 79 ina70,$15,cost. • Kendra Renee Moore, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Charles Bradly. Moye, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Donnie Andeison Myers, speeding 71 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost,$50 improperequipment fee. • Anthony I. Negbenebor, speeding 81 in a 65. reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee.. • Oscar Nyamu Njihi, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Deyani Hernandez Oliva, failure to maintain lane con­ trol, dismissed, civil settle­ ment. • Raisa Lucia Perez, speed­ ing 89 in a 70, reduced to 79 ina70,$15,cost. - Jason Wayne Peterson, failure to wear seat belt, $ 10; unsealed wine/liquor in. pas­ senger area, dismissed per plea. - Douglas W. Pleasants, un­ safe lane change, dismissed, civil settlement. • Scott Paul Poston, speed­ ing 86 in a 70, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Amber Nicole Potter, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Dontreice Lavon Pratt, speeding 52 in a 35, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cort, $50 improper equipment fee. • Delores Coles Quick, speeding 85 in a 70. reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Israel D. Quintanilla, speeding 58 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Lyndsey A. Rainwater, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Romine Thomas Reed, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Katelyn C. Reynolds, speeding 91 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $50, cost. • Juan Carlos R . Rios, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. - Jenna E. Robertson, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • AarOn Cletus Rothrock, speeding 71 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 improperequipment fee. • Hector J. Gonzalez Ruiz, failure to yield left turn, dis­ missed, civil. • Elvia Sanchez, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improp­ er equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Heather Lynne Sherer, failure to maintain lane con­ trol, dismissed, civil. • William R. Schumacher, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Jamie Michelle Seats, ex­ pired registration, dismissed, corrected. - Gregory Alan Seibert, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Elizabeth A. Selm an,. speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Robert Senior, speeding H 86 in a 70, reduced to improp­ er equipment, $50, cost; $50 improper equipment fee. • Ramie Said Shalabi, texting/emajl violation in ve- . hide, dismissed in the interest of justice. • Cynthia Shepherd, speed­ ing 84 in a 70, reduced to im- . proper equipment, $25, cost, . $50 improper equipment fee. • Jessica Lopez Silva, fail­ ure to wear seat belt, $2530, cost; no license, dismissed, corrected. - • Kevin Charles Sloop, . speeding 59 in a 45, reduced . to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment . fee. I • Christopher J. Smith, . expired registration, expired/ no inspection, dismissed, cor­ rected. • • Crystal Dawn Smith, speeding 72 in a 55, reduced . to improper equipment, $75, . cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Nina Louise Smith, • speeding 84 in a 70, reduced' > to improper equipment, $25,'- cost,$50 improperequipment - fee. • Shem e Royal Smith, failure to reduce speed, dis-- missed, civil settlement. • Constantin Sondgeroth, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equipment fee. • Billy Franklin Swaim, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equip- . ment fee; expired registration, operating vehicle with no in- surance, canceled/revoked/ suspended certificate/tag, dis­ missed, conected. \X > Wake Forest Baptist Health BestHeaIth Specials of the Week Assorted LANCE COOKIES 3 for $1 Foster Drug Co. 495 Valley Road • Mocksville • 336-751-2141 www.fosterdrugco.com Regular Hours: M-F 8:30-8 • Sat 8:30-4 • Sun 1:30-5 FEBRUARY community health seminars, screenings and events Visit WakeHealth.edu/BestHealth for class descriptions and other events. 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Crock Pot Meals \ 6 to 7:30 pm Wake Forest Baptist Health Davie Medical Center, Plaza 1, Cardiac Classroom, Hwy 801 N, 1-40 (Exit 180), Bermuda Run WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25 Advance Directives \ 2 to 4 pm Wake Forest Baptist Health Medical Plaza-Country Club, 4610 Country Club Road, Winston-Salem INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY: If Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools are dosed due to weather, BestHeaIth dasses will be cancelled. To register, call or visit; 336-713-BEST (2378) \ W akeHealth.edu/BestHealth Irt O W ll <<>| NhlM I I PR ISE RECORD, T hursday, Jan. 22,2015 New officers for the Davie chapter of the NAACP take the oath of office from Faye C. Carter (right). King... Continued From Page I those same problems. The op­ portunities are there, and they need to take advantage of them, he said. •' “They are living in a gener- 'ation of Martin Luther King's ' dream,” Baker said; "We are so thankful for the life of Dr. King. We started dreaming dreams we had not 'dared to dream before. He was a voice crying in the wilderness. “People today are living instruments of the dream. A Martin Luther King Day should not be any day.. It should be a day to reflect and share withiour young people why we needed a leader like The Rev. Dr. David R. Baker delivers the keynote m essage, and Alice Brown m akes-an announcem ent. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. “Martin Luther King was laying a wonderful founda­ tion,” Baker said. “Because of ,that, now I can get on a plane and sit in first class. I can get on a bus and sit anywhere I want to sit.” Baker was 10 when King delivered his famous “I Have A Dream” speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. "He talked about his per­ spective of America, not how it was ... but how it could be ... people of good will coming together. We want to live in a country where equality is be­ ing practiced." , Dreams, Baker said, are only held by humans. “Thank God, dreams do ' have a way of coming true. Martin Luther King Jr. paint- __________________________ T he Rev. Jo e B. Clark..portrait that reflects a bright and beautiful future for many ■■ persons''that" had "dark, grey skies. Because of his dreams, doors of opportunity opened. “Our world is so much dif-‘ ferent than the world of Dr. King’s day. We are living in Dr. King’s dream.” But the agenda is not com­ plete. “We have got to make his work our work. We must con­ tinue to press on." , The doors of opportunity are open, but they can’t be taken advantage of if you’re too drunk or on drugs, or if you kill one another. . “We are in a struggle. This world can destroy the dream. We’ve come a long way but we ain’t tired. We are not go­ ing to stop until we get to the top.” The day started with a ___ march from Downtown Marcia Porter introduces Mocksville to the church, and fftg speaker the program at the church in­ cluded installation of new of­ ficers for the Davie NAACP chapter and music by the Back To School Empower­ ment Youth Choir. J ' “We march in the footsteps Snd on the shoulders of great pien and women of all col­ ors who marched before us,” said the Rev. James T. Clem­ ent, president of the Davie chapter. “Barriers still need to be torn down. We march for justice. We march because we wop't be denied. We will march until those discrimi­ nated against are free at last.” Choir director Jeanette Johnson LOVE AN JUSTiCF The signs proclaim the m essage Julius Suiter. ,S t-.Jo h n p a sto r, th e .R e v . T am ica R o b in so n , le a d s in singing “Lift E very V oice A nd S in g .” M archers sing a s they walk along Campbell Road to the church. The Back to School Empowerment Youth Choir sings an upbeat, spiritual tune, The Rev. Jam es T. Clem ent is president of the Davie NAACP.The music gets som e people on their feet,P h o to s by Robin Snow Sports DAVIE COUNTV EN TERPRISE.RECO RD , T hw rsda,. ,law. 22,2015. BI Davie Wrestlers Second At Jack Britt Dy Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record Riding the momentum from the unforgettable win at West Forsyth, the Davie wrestling team did a lot of good things in the Boneyard Bash at Jack Britt High on Jan. 9-10, Davie finished second to big, bad Jack Britt (282 points). Britt is ranked 1^0.1 in4-A .D aviehad2I2pointsto third-place Caty’s 150. There were 23 teams on hand. H unter Sm ith, D aniel W ilson and Parker Correll brought sledge­ hammers to the Fayetteville school. They all claimed first place in their respective weight classes, and they were dazzling in the process. Correil, seeded first at 220, pro­ duced three pins after receiving a first-round bye. In the finals, he pinned second-seeded Mike Woods of Britt in the second period, and Woods is ranked ninth in 4-A. “Parker could win it,” coach Bud­ dy Lowery said when asked about Correll’s chances of winning a state championship. “He has explosive power. Plus, he’s got a little bit of mean streak in him. He’s got a little bit of vinegar. He likes to win.” Wilson, seeded third at 138, went 3-0 with a second-period pin, a 12-8 win over the two seed and a 17-7 ma­ jor decision over the one seed. In the finals against Josh Hawkins of New Bern, the score was 7-7 after two pe­ riods. Wilson crushed the top-seeded opponent JO-O in the third. ‘H e’s hard-nosed and strong," Loweiy said of Wilson. “He listens to everything we tell him. He's very coachable." Smith was seeded seventh at 106, but he hardly looked the part. He had back-to-back first-period pins, including one over the two seed. Freshm an guard Sydnee C olem an w as Ihe top scorer in a pair of wins for the Davie jayvee girts.- - P h o t o s ^ K evin C arden Don’t Forget About Us JV Girls Reverse Course5 Get Two Wfns Ze’m ora Cockerham drives. By B rian Pitts Davje Enterprise Record The 2014-15 season has thrown Davie's jayvee girls basketball team a bunch of curves, but maybe coach Jenn O ’Brien's team is learning to swerve. Through nine games, things were abysmal for the War Eagles. They were 1-8 overall, 0-4 in the Central Piedmont Conference and O ’Brien was beyond frustrated. They began to reverse course at Parkland. They cuffed the Mustangs 38-9’ It was 21-3 at the half. Davie earned back-to-back wins Friday against Mt. Tabor. “We definitely needed this win, even if it was a team we should beat," O ’Brien said. “O ur work ethic in practice has been a lot more can-do.” The biggest cure for Davie’s ills has been freshman Sydnee Coleman, who led the scoring in both wins. She scored a season-high 13 against Parkland. Cameron Tabor had eight, Zella Ebert five, Madison Jones four and Ze'mora Cockerham four. "We’ve really, really, really, really, really been working on defense since Christmas break,” she said. “We are not a high-scoring team, so we have to make up for that on the defensive end." No players w ere m ore active defensively than Emma Allen and Cockerham. “Emma must have had 10 steals," she said. “Emma and Ze’mora didn’t score the m ost, but they probably forced half our steals, which made it a lot easier to score.” While the Parkland win stopped the bleeding, the next game was the one O ’Brien had been watting for the most. The War Eagles didn’t just win over a respected opponent, they made an emphatic statement, 46-24, against visiting Tabor. Davie (3-8, 2-4) roared to a 10-0 lead in the first, led 23-8 at the half and 35-16 through three. “This was not like a Parkland win,” she said. “Tabor has beaten West Forsyth (which beat Davie 35- 25). If we would have played West Please See Reverse - Page B3 Facing the three seed in the semi­ finals, Smith romped 22-8. In the finals, he squeezed out a 9-8 decision over the four seed to complete a 4-0 tournament. "H e beat some good people," Lowery said. “They said he beat the fool out of the guy in the semifinals; I was in the other gym. He’s been around (wrestling) so much and he’s knowledgable." Please See W restlers - Page B4 Girls Falter At Tabor By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record D avie’s varsity girls basketball team hasn't finished as high as second in the Centra! Piedmont Conference since 2005. Davic and Mt. Tabor met with second on the line last.week in Winston-Salem. The War Eagles put together a major comeback, only to fall short 54-45. They’ve finished third, fourth, fifth or sixth the past nine years. Their shot for second is still there, but they must beat the teams they’re supposed to beat and get revenge on Tabor at home. “I'm excited about the second half of the (CPC season),” coach Dave Ruemenapp said. “I know a big part of what happened at Tabor and why we couldn’t get the offense going is that it was a really big game for its and I think we were kind of tight. W ith each one of those that we play in, I think w e'll be able to relax, more and do what w e’re capable of doing." Reynolds is first in the league'at 5-0. Tabor is second at 4-1, followed by Davie (11-5 overall) at '4-2. The NNfer Eagles faced an uphill clim b from the start, trailing 14-7 after one quarter and 28-19 at the half. Taborextended the margin to 41-25 in the third. The W ar Eagles produced ah inspired rally in the fourth, scoring 20 points and cutting the deficit to four. They missed a free throw that would have shaved it to three with a minute left. “We made a really good run,” Rue- menapp said. “When (the deficit) was four or six, we had several chances to make it closer and we just couldn't get the bucket that we needed." Ruemenapp traced the difference to Tabor’s 21-of-30 foul shooting. It outscored Davie by 12 at the stripe. Please See Falter - Page B3 JV Boys Play Well In Defeat By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record Sometimes you’ve got to tip your cap to the other guy. Davie's jayvee boys basketball team lost 83-77 to visiting Mt. Tabor on Friday, but coach Bruce Wallace took solace in the manner in which the War Eagles competed. They scored more points than they have in any game this season. Yeah, they allowed a season high in points, but they left everything on the floor. “NVe played pretty well,” Wallace said. “That’s probably the best game we’ve played all year.” Davie trailed 43-31 at the half. It cut the margin to eight at the end of the third and rallied within three in the fourth. But it could get no closer. Cory Heinerwas spectacular in the second half en route to a season-high 25 points. Hescored 17 after halftime and topped 20 for the fourth time. “He kept it close for us,” Wallace said. M t Tyier Roberts, who scored a sea­ son-high 19 after entering with a 7.5 average, and Brandon Horton (16) helped immensely. Will Shepherd re­ turned from injury with 10 points; he had missed the previous two games. “Roberts has been practicing a lot better, and he’s finally learning to use his body and go to the rim a lot more instead of fading away,” he said. “He’s been doing really well in prac­ tice and it translated to the game." ' A fter w inning four in a row, Davie (7-7, 1-5 Central Piedmont Conference) lost for the third time in four games. Earlier, Davie fell short 68-62 at Parkland.but you have to like Davie’s chances when the rematch comes because it played without one of its top scorers as Shepherd was sidelined with a sprained ankle. Davie held a 25-24 lead at half- tim e. Then a M ustang changed Please Sec Well - Page B6 Tyler Roberts of Davie's jayvee boys draw s a foul the A ustralians. B2 - DAVIE CO UNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, T hursday, Jan. 22,2015 Mocksville-Davie Parks & Rec Basketball Results K/1 Co-ed Stingers - Logan Allen 7, Braxton Bowling 8, Connor Dix­ on 4 : Deacons - Jayce Bently 4, Carly White 2, Ryan Williams 1, Brlanna.Tolar2 Bulls - Ethan Driver 16, Owen Tomlinson 1, Brltany Her­ nandez 1, Rylan Berrier 5, Stephen Jacobs 1 Hoopsters - Jackson Sulecki 1, Peyton Bode 2, Noah Dulin 4, AJ Imes 11, Haley Manns.1 Bulls - My’Asia Arnold 5, Grayson Wolfe 2, Tate Helton 5, Stephen Jacobs 7 Hoosiers - Bracken Byington 7, Luke Camp 1, Tristan Lask 5 2/3 Boys Blue Barracud's 2 2 -T hom as Essie 10, Camden Leon­ ard 3, Brayden Willard 3, Connor Hood 6 Dynamite 6 - Baydon Stanley '1, Archer Richardson 1, Joseph Hernandez 1, Mason Wolfe 3 Hornets 10 - Jackson Walters 1, Austin Beaty 1, Will Allred 4, CJ Pope 1, Levi Hurley 2, Parker Davis 1 ThUnder 13 - Bryce Harnsberger 9, Adam Brown 1, Charlie Owens 1, Izaiah Barr 2 War Eagles 11 - EU Branham 6, JM Jacobs 3, Kae bying- ton 1, CarterHeIton 1 Tar Heels 9 - Carson Queen 7, Devih Call 1, Landon Dingier 1 2-4 Grade Girls Sonics 9 - Braedon Carter 2, Shannelle Simmons 1, Holt Carter 1, Kaylee Robertson Shooters 13 - Camden Hurst 3, Helena Berrier 8, Syd-. ney Phelps 2 Baskethounds 14 - Lauren O'Conner 2, Tenla Davis 2, Chesney Shook 6, Courtney Woody 3, Jaylan Clem- ent-Greene 1 Butis 17-K enadi Gentry 4, Kaylee Lewis 2, Emma Wli- Iiarfis 9, Karrigan Beal 2, Ashley Bledsoe 1, Tatum Tolar t 4th' Grade Boys Rockets 12 - Owen Sulecki 9, Connor Keaton 2, Ryan Zaferatos 6 Hornets 7 -Aiden Froelich 5, Evan Froelich 2 Ducks 36 - Logan Yokley 9, Jackson Sink 5, Liam Allen 8, Tyler Hutchens 2, Solomon Lyons 12 Deacons 9 - Burke Rosenbaum 2, Nicholas .Mikuiskl 4, Kasop Stewart 1, Hunter Davis 2 • 5/6;Grade Girls .T '? ' Hornets 16 - Taylor Hilliard 2, Layla Coldwell 4, Chanel FowIerIO Tar Heels 13— Somer Johnson 4, Azariah Brailsfore 1, Krystal Davis 3, Maliyah Fowjer 4 Sth grade B oys. Blue Devils 23 - JT Bumgarner 8, Elijah Miller 4, Caleb Earnhardt 7, Tyler Bowman 4 Knights 12 - DJ Hatley 2, Reece Yount 4, Brady Williams 2, Ryan O’Conner 2, Alex Speckln 2 Tigers 18 - Will Summers 2, Andrew Shuler 7, Spencer Harris 2, Austin Glass 1, Bryson Parker 2, Keller Frakes 4 Supersonics 19 - Coliln Bailey 2, Davin Whitaker 5, Aiden Smith 7, Justin Hayes 1, Elijah Kennedy 2, Brian Smithwick 2 .9-12 Boys •Hornets 37 - Ethan Wilkins 13,.Jack Powers 13, Blake Little 9, Ethan Stiller 2 ’ . Wolverines 35 - Cren Rosenbaum 2, Jack Reynolds 14, Noble Smith 11, Ashton Williams 4, Ricky Brown 4 Ducks 17 - Jack Nixon 11, Gage Recktenwald 2, Reed Cunningham 2, Chase Robertson 2 Deacons 32 - Zaharee Maddox 23, Rhyne Watts 2, MJ Holleman 7 H Lakers 40 - Jared Rldenhour 28, Jacob Hall 5, Marvin Argueta 5, Garrett Byerly 2 Mountaineers 53 - Dustin Bulatko 5, Logan West 2, An­ tonio Clement 15, Jose Delgado 3, Austin Horton 9, Jake Steiner 11, Eddie Rodriguez 8 Huskies 34 - Parker Froelich 5, Taylor Crotts 9, KJ Greg­ ory 14, Will Robinson 4, Blake Helton 3 Tar Heels 27 - Brendon Steele 9, Blake Rummage 2, Ashton Bass 6, Josh Smith 4 Hornets 31 -SpencerA rey 5, Tatum Williams 8, Ty Dock- erty 12, Jake Taylor 1, Wray Ward 5 Blue Devils 48 - Will Perkins 9, Joshua Hansell 4, Jalen Brown 5, Tyler Lookabill'5, George Rothberg 2, William Sells 14, Gavln O'Brian 9 Gray, Starnes Key Freshmen Win C urtis G ray and R oss Starnes com bined for 42 points, and the Davie freshman basketball team staved off host West Forsyth 59-48. “That’s the freshman team's first win at West in probably five years,” coach Mike Din- . kins said. The W ar Eagles mounted a 12-point lead in the third quarter, but West climbed back to four in the fourth. Davie repelled the Titans because Gray hit seven of eight free throws and Sam Heafner hit two timely baskets. G ray finished w ith 23 points and Stames 19.Heafner and Matthew Lipnicki added six each. “H eafner scored two big buckets back-to-back when they were trying to press us,” Dinkins said. “He stepped up.” Facing adversity, Davie lost a starter for the second time in recent weeks. First Broc Bar­ nette was pulled.up to jayvee. Then in practice the day before the West game, Mason Wilson sustained a stress fracture in his right ankle. 'T m pretty sure he’s done for the year,” Dinkins said. Davie went ice cold at Al­ exander Central and lost 46-39. “We could not throw it in the ocean,” he said. “Three years in a row w e've beat them by double digits at our place and lost at their place. We beat them by 41 the first time.” T he key sequence that doomed Davie came with the War Eagles trailing by four. They m issed a w ide-open layup, then missed the put- back. At the other end, Central banked in a 3-pointer to suck the wind out of Davie. Gray (21 points) and Mitch­ ell Ijames (10) were the top scorers for a team that shot 18 percent for the game. SD, ND, Ellis Win In Girls’ Hoops The Soutjh Davie girls bas­ ketball team's play against vis­ iting North Wilkes mystified its coaches, but it's usually a good sign when you win comfort­ ably with a so-so performance. The Tigers got their act together in time to beat Wil­ kes 36-20. The fourth straight !win lifted the Tigers to 7-3 and clinched the first winning season in five years. 2015 Davie Little League Baseball &'Softball Registrations AU boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 16 are eligible to playl! Walk-in Registrations will be accepted at the Brock Center: January IO"1 9:00 AM-2:00 PM & Januarvir1' 9:00 AM-2:00 PM *Volunteer/Coaches forms will be accepted. * y jj|k Registration Fees ■&.V" \ J rH T-Ball.........$65.00 , , Coach Pitch, Minors, Majors, Jr/Sr......$95.00 Fundraiser fee per family of $50.00 is due at time of registration. Go to www.daviell.com for more information regarding the fundraising fee. Online registration opens Jan 3rd. Go to www.daviell.com to register on-line. These are the only sign-ups held for the 2015 season. A late registration fee of $25 will be added after Feb. 14th, placed on a waiting list and assigned a team upon availability. Dom tittle League is sanctioned by the Little League International! We strive to moke our program available to ALL children. Our program has produced District, State and Regional Champions! Y s all about the kids. We make it fun!" TheTigers bolted to a 12-4 lead in the first and led 18-8 at the half. But.they let Wilkes back in contention in the third, when the margin was trimmed to 24-18. “Parts were not good, but parts were great,” as­ sistant coach Beth Caiter said. “I'm not sure what was up with the girls," coacl^lulfe Snow said. “Maybe we.Ttyere p"t o f rhythm from delays and only having one game last week. There were times where it looked like we ,were ' lost. Our giirls played great tSS first quarter, the end of the third and! beginning of the "fourth] W e w ere flat in the second and the beginning of the third. W e: called a timeout midway . through the third and scolded them. I don’t know why it takes a scolding to get their butts in gear, but it works. Maybe we should start every game like that." South outscored W ilkes 12-2 in the fourth as Cayla Hartsell scored seven of her season-high 11 points. Morgan Lewis also finished with 11. “The second half of the third and first of the fourth were some of the best mid- dle-school ball I have ever seen,” Snow said. “Rylea Car­ ter did a great job looking up the court and dishing out assists. (Assistant coach) Ryan O'Neal has really been on our girls about running the floor correctly, making good passes and looking up the court during our fast-break.” Ellis won two of three to stay above .500 at 5-4. The Jaguars weathered a furious run at Central W ilkes to win 36-23. The Jaguars took a 25-9 lead into the locker room, but Central stormed back to 25-19 with a 10-0 charge in the third. Ellis caught a second wind and scored 11 of 15 points in the fourth. Emma Slabach led with 19 points. Lauren Groom s had seven points and 10 rebounds. Jaci Grachen had six points and Madi Teltup four. Ellis outscored North Davie 10-2 in the fourth to take a 29-14 victory over the visiting W ildcats. Slabach put up 14 points and seven rebounds as she cracked double figures for the 12th straight time dating to last year. Tellup had six points. Grooms and Grachen had four each. Morgan Flores contribut­ ed four steals. Ellis lost 29-20 atForbush. No other details were avail­ able. A fter d ro p p in g seven straight, North Davie got off the deck with a 34-21 win at St. Leo Parish Catholic. The W ildcats (4-8) followed that with a 36-23 win over visiting Statesville Christian. S ta te s v ille C h ristia n chopped North’s 19-5 lead to 24-21, but North regrouped to score 12 of the game’s final 14 points. No other details were ,available. ..... , .. E llis 36, C. W ilkes 23 - Emma Slabach 19, Lauren Grooms 7, Jaci G rachen 6 , Madi Tellup 4. Ellis 29, N. Davie 14- (El­ lis) Emma Slabach 14, Madi Tellup 6 , Lauren Grooms 4, Jaci Grachen 4, Morgan Flores 1. S . D avie 36, N . W ilkes 20 - Morgan Lewis 11, Cayla H artsell 11, Rylea Carter 7, Klara Lewis 3, Sierra Foster 2, Easton Johnson 2. Briefs & Dates PopsicIe 5K Run Feb. 21 The Davie County SURF Board's fourth-annual Popsicle • 5K Run is Feb. 21 at 9 a.m. at Mocksville Elementary School ' through downtown Mocksville. Dress in a wintery costume. The most crazy/creative chilly costume will take home a prize. Participants can take part in the Brain Freeze Challenge - eat a popsicle at the beginning, middle and end of the race. There will be a Fun Run for kids 10 and under who are there with a registered runner. They can participate in a short race after the 5k has finished. • The Popsicle Palooza Is sifter the race! Eat the most popsicles in three minutes to win a prize. Each 5krunner will receive a raffle tickle for prizes. Proceeds will support youth-led projects. Organized under the Davie County Community Foundation, the SURF (Students Understanding Real Futures) Board is a youth-grant making organization forhigh-school aged youth in Davie County.-^-/; Fees: $20 through Feb. 14, $15 for team registrants. All fee's go up to $30 beginning Feb. 15. Plus $10 for each child wishing to participate in the Fun Run. For questions, contact the Davie Community Foundation at 753-6903 or tdaniel© davie-foundation .org. Little League Umpires If you’re interested in umpiring Little League baseball and/ or softball, contact JeffBameycastle at 336-251-5545. Upcoming Games W ednesday, Jan. 21 Davie varsity basketball at home vs. West Rowan at 6/7:30 Davie JV basketball at West Rowan at 4/5:15 Ellis basketball.at West Iredell at 4:30 South Davie basketball at home vs. Forbush at 4:30 T hursday, Jan. 22 Davie JV/varsity wrestling at home vs. Reynolds at 6 Ellis wrestling at South Davie at 4:30 North Davie wrestling at Lexington at 4:30 South Davie basketball at Starmount at 4:30 Friday, Jan. 23 Davie varsity basketball at home vs. Reagan at 6/7:30 Davie JV basketball at Reagan at 5/6:15 Davie freshman boys basketball at home vs. Reagan at 4:15 Davie JV wrestling in Phillip Reed Invitational at Glenn at 5:30 Davie swimming in CPC championships at WSSU Saturday, Jan. 24 a Davie JV/varsity wrestling in Phillip Reed Invitational at Glenn at 9 Ifeesdayl Jan. 27 Davie varsity basketball at home vs. N. Davidson at 6/7:30 ■ D avieJV basketball at North Davidson at 5/6:15 Davie 9th boys basketball at home vs. North Davidson at 4:15 + Davie JV wrestling in tournament at West Forsyth at 5 Ellis wrestling at home vs. Thomasville at 4:30 South Davie wrestling at home vs. Lexington at 4:30 W ednesday, Jan. 28 Davie indoor track at East Rowan at 3:30 DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 22,2015 - B3 1 0 > Sophom ore Zella Ebert shoots during a win at Parkland. At right, freshm an S ydnee Colem an penetrates the W est Forsyth the defense. - P h o to s by K evin C arden : C am eron Tabor. Davie s top scorer, fires a 3-pointer. In middle, freshm an Reilly Poole shoots inside. At right, freshm an Em m a Allen follows through on a sh o t.. Reverse... Reily Poole I, Hailey Chunn I.’Continued From Page B I and Reynolds like we played Tabor, where would we be? We played 32 solid minutes.” Coleman delivered a season high again,scoring 14by going six for six at the free-throw line. Tabor (11) hit double fig­ ures for the sixth time. Hailey Chunn, who came in averaging 2.3, rose to the occasion with a season-high nine. “I would have to say this is the best win of my entire coaching career," O 'B rien said. “W e're not there yet, but this was definitely a leap in the right direction. I have confidence that we can redeem ourselves in the second half of the conference season.” D avie 38, P a rk lan d 9 - Sydnee Colem an 13, Cam ­ eron Tabor 8 , Zella Ebert 5, M adison Jones 4, Z e'm ora Cockerham 4, Emma Allen 2, D avie 46, M t. T abor 24 - Sydnee Coleman 14, Cam-’ ; eron Tabor 11, Hailey Chunn 9, Emma Alien 4, Zella Ebert 3, Z e’m ora C ockerham 2, M adison Jones 2, M adison Dezam I. FOB VOUTH DEVELOPMENT* FOR HEALTHV UVINS FOR SOCIAL RESPONSiaafTV EmmaAIIen hustles for the ball. F ilte r... Continued From Page BI “W eJtad a really hard time gettinjpgoing offensively,” he said-. “I thought we played really KardTWe did a good job on the, defensive end, but we fouled:more.than we should have and they got a bunch of points from the line. And that was the difference.” Ashlyn Hampton scored a team-high 11 points and Au- briana Peebles had 10.Tabor’s key to beating Davie for the 21 st consecutive time was lim­ iting Nhdison Zaferatos - who came in averaging 16 and had cracked double figures in all 15 games - to seven. De'Jah Joyner also had seven. “They had tw o trees on M adison all the tim e,” he said. “We just couldn't get her as clean a look as w e'd been getting in the past. That was something I had expected as time went on. She can’) keep putting up those numbers and not start drawing attention.” M t. Tfebor 54, Davie 45 - Ashlyn Hampton 11,Aubriana Peebles 10, Madison Zaferatos 7, De’Jah Joyner 7, Asiah Pe­ terson 5, McKayla Bohannon 3, Caitlyn Peebles 2. HEALTHY STARTS NCJM loin today, and that's what you pay. During January, the date you become a member is also the am ount you pay to join (Si on Januqsy I, and so on). Prorated monthly fees apply. D avie Fam ily YMCA 3 3 6 - 7 5 1 -9 6 2 2 w w w .d a v ie y m ca .o rg Fin ancial A issistan c e A vailable. 14 ■ OAVIk PfllTN TV FfsTTFRPBrSR H F.PflK n. ThiirerfflV- Tnn. 7.2. 2015 Ellis Wrestliifg Beats Northlf On Criteria s - In Tiebreaker Davie w restlers are, from left: front - Crayton W ise, Isaiah Whitley, Lake Billinas, Kyle M cCune1 Preston Beaucham p and Hunter Smith; back - Je sse Carter, Matt Nesbit, Thad Vandiver, jo sh Lankford, Lane Snow, Parker Correll and Isaiah Olmedo. Wrestlers... Continuerl From Page BI Bight more W ar Eagles placed in the top six. Isaiah Ol­ medo wem 4-1 at 182 to place third. Lake Billings went 4-2 at 120 to place fourth. Isaiah Whitley (113), Kyle McCune (170) and Jesse Carter (195) all went 4-2 to place fifth. Thad Vandiver (126), Preston Beau­ champ (152) and Lane Snow (285) went 3-3 to place sixth, CraytonW ise1MattNesbit and Josh Lankford contributed one win each. Nesbit filled in for an injured Bailey Ingram, who pulled a muscle at West Forsyth. Eight War Eagles have sur­ passed 30 victories ori the sea­ son. Corrcll is 36-2, Olmedo 36-13, Smith 35-8, McCune 33-12, Ingram 32-6, Wilson 32-8, Billings 31 -11 and Whit- Iey 31-16. i S K s f T he E llis-N orth D avie wrestling match last week at North was one for the ages. Eilis forced a tie at 48-48 with a pin in the final weight class at 250, then was declared the winner, 49-48, on criteria, The tiebreaker: Ellis won nine matches to North’s eight. • The teams split two meet­ ings last year. The win lifted EUis to 10-1, w hile N orth slipped to 8-4. The Wildcats pulled off an amazing rally, turning a 30-6 deficit into a 48-42 advan­ tage. The North winners were Jacob Campbell (pin at 93), Peyton Sherrill (pin at 134), Matthew King (pin at 138), N aa Sm ith (forfeit at 152), Paul Pollard (forfeit at 160), Skyler Schoppe (pin at 170), C J. Richardson (pin at 182) and Jesus Olmedo (pin at 220). Olmedo’s ninth pin during a 10-0 season gave North the 48- 42 lead with one match to go. The ElIis winners were not available. More details about the m atch w ill com e next week. South Davie wort, tw o of three to give the Tigara- (8-5) the m ost wins in S ^ y e ars. They have more wins-than the previous three years combined. (They went 6-30 fro®,2011-12 through 2013-14.)_ South lost 6 6 -2 j^ 1 West W ilkes, Colby ShoTC, Luke Lewis and Brad MickSlowski had pins, while JoselQjycia had a decision. Later in the day_aj; West W ilkes, the Tigers^tiSunced back with a 48-28 win over Avery County. Austin Taylor, Shore and Adrian Romero recorded pins as South stopped a three-match slide. Taking forfeits w ere Nathan W est, Thnner Hartness, Jose Ramirez, ColtolLNichols and Robert Hendricks. South pounded host Thom- asville 72-18, getting-pins from Nichols, Ramirez, Garcia and Armando Garcia. Receiving forfeits w ere Taylor, Noah W est, Shore, Romfcrq, Tyris Griffin, Cole James, Hradricks and Dalton McAfee. First-place finishers w ere: Hunter Smith (left), Parker Correll, Daniel W ilson. E llis B o y s O n 8-G a m e W in n in g S tre a k The Ellis boys basketball team kept rolling last week, winning three games to push the Jaguars’ winning streak to eight. Tt’s the longest streak in the eight-year history of the school. “ We have played som e really solid basketball,” coach Johnny Hill said. “This is a really good team and we are enjoying the success. It’s a great follow-up to the success we had last year (11 -5).” At Central Wilkes, the hosts hung with EIlis in the first half before the Jaguars pulled away 59-41. Ellis trailed after one quarter and led 26-23 at the half. Michael Walton’s seven second-quarter points helped Ellis take the lead. “M ost of the points that Central scored cam e from their point guard penetrating and dishing to cutters or guys that were spotted up for outside shots,” Hill said. The second half was all Ellis. Oweu McCormack and Walton combined for IOpoints during a 20-12 run in the third. “ I had been telling our guys we needed to play better defensively in order to pull away from teams,” Hill said. “Apparently they started to listen to m e. O ur pressure defense took its toll on a tiring Central team.” Ellis outscored Central 33- 18 in the second half. ' “M ost of the points Central scored were from the outside because o f the pla^ of our bigs - M cCorm ack, W alton and Peyton Hampton,” he said. Walton paced eight scorers with 16 points. Hampton had 11, Latham Chamberlain 10, Coleman Sell eight and Mc­ Cormack seven. “Our scoring was better balanced and it paid off be­ cause they couldn't focus on slowing down just one or two people,” he said. Once the Jaguars figured out how to cool off Jacob Hendrix, they steamrolled to a 49-31 home win over North Davie. . North’s big man, Hendrix, was unstoppable in the first quarter, scoring 11 points to give North a 13-12 lead. Un­ fortunately for the W ildcats, Hendrix was held to one point the rest of the way. “We couldn’t seem to find (Hendrix), and he was basical­ ly getting any shot he wanted,” Hill said. “We couldn’t keep them from getting the ball in­ side and at the high post where he likes to shoot.” Ellis cranked out a 14-2 run in the second quarter to put N orth in a 26-15 hole. Darius Hill and Walton scored five each during the run. Adri­ an Cranfill, meanwhile, had North’s only two points. “In the second quarter, we found (Hendrix) and everyone else and put pressure on the ball the whole length of the floor,” Hill said. “McCormack, W alton, Ham pton and Mac Beaty controlled the frontcourt in the second quarter as well as the second half.” The Ellis onslaught contin­ ued in the third quarter. Walton and Hill scored five each as the Ellis lead grew to 42-23. Walton hit three 3-pointers and led his team with l9points. Hill hit a pair of 3s and scored n season-high 12. Hampton had five. North’s top scorers were Hendrix (12),Cranfill (six) and Troy Griggs (four). After a strange first half, the Jaguars kicked into gear and rolled to a 58-37 win at Forbush. Ellis dominated the first quarter 16-3, but Forbush fought back within 21-19 in the second quarter. Ellis all but finished Forbush with a 19-8 surge in the third. Sell scored a career-high 18 as Ellis outscored Forbush 37-18 after halftime and im­ proved to 9-1. Sell’s previous high was 17. Hampton had a season-high 15. Walton had 14 and McCormack six. North Davie pulled away in the second half to beat host St. Leo Parish Catholic 61-49. At 7-4, the Wildcats have clinched the first winning season in eight years. St. Leo gave North fits in a first half that ended 29-28 in North’s favor. St. Leo banged an astonishing 11 3-pointers for the game. But Hendrix and Griggs MlllEHfASTPITOH HOABEMY Softball Fastpitch Instruction CeU (336) 909-0694 millerfastpitchacademy@gmail.cor Follow Ut Ofl BfTI IfiSlI MillerFastpitohSoftballAcademy B I I I S ) TWj tter@ Mil IerFastpitc FasipIiGh Pitching Lessons for All Ages 'I fueled a decisive 22-8 rush- in the third quarter. Hendrix was the main man w ith 23 points. G riggs added eight, while Aaron W illiams1Carson Whisenhun t and Grayson Kea­ ton chipped in six each. “In the second half, we played much better defense and wore them out, so they could not shoot as many 3s,” coach Matt McPherson said. Justice Redmon, Noah Bo­ hannon, Jacob Allen and Grant Copeland were sparks off the bench. “Justice and Noah played great defense, and Jacob and G rant played great on the boards,” M cPherson said. “W hen they cam e off the bench, we actually extended the lead. I’m really glad to see the starters support their teammates. They were excited to see them play well.” South D avie (1-9) was blown out 58-28 by visiting North Wilkes. Ellis 59, C . W ilkes 41 - M ichael W aiton 16, Peyton Hampton 11, Latham Cham­ berlain 10, Coleman Sell 8, Owen M cC orm ack 7, Zac Gantt 3, Darius Hill 2, Mac Beaty 2. Ellis 49, N. Davie 3 1 -(E l­ lis) Michael Walton 19,Darius Hill 12, Peyton Hampton 5, Latham Chamberlain 4, Mac Beaty 4, Coleman Sell 4, Owen M cCorm ack I. (N. D avie) Jacob H endrix 12, A drian Cranfill 6, Troy G riggs 4, Carson Whisenhunt 3, Justice Redmon 2, Grayson Keaton 2, Ty Bivins 2. E llls 58, F o rb u sh 37 - Colem an Sell 18, Peyton Hampton 15, Michael Walton 14, Owen McCormack 6, Mac Beaty 3, Darius Hill 2. N . Davie 61, St. Leo 49 - Jacob Hendrix 23,Troy Griggs 8, Aaron W illiams 6, Carson W hisenhunt 6, Grayson Kea- Senior Profiles: C atching up with ... Asiah P eterson (basketball) W hen you w ere growing up, w hat did you w ant to be? An actress or a teacher. In the movie of m y Iife,I’d be played by: Amandla Stenberg (young) and Jordin Sparks. Stranded on an island, w hat are your 3 essential items? Endless amounts of pizza, my phone ■ and a credit card. W hat’s the funniest m om ent in I your sports career? My junior year, I I was running down the court and tripped I over my own feet. W hat's the proudest m om ent in [ your sports career? Being on varsity I all four years of my high school career I and the awards I received'during this I time. If you could tu rn back tim e and I witness one event, w hat would it be? | The day Lisa Leslie dunked. W ho is the funniest team m ate? De’Jah Joyner. W hich team m ate is happiest after a win? Ashlyn Hampton. Hobbies: Basketball, acting and hanging out with friends. A thletes I m ost adm ire: Lisa Leslie, Kevin DilfSnt and Tim Duncan. —— - Interesting fact about myself: I have 4 brothers’and no sisters. • W hat I like m ost about Davie High: We’re a realiy dose school. .'/jL'J. If I could do one thing better, it would be: Not procrastinate, Person I ’d m ost like to meet (dead or alive): Adam1lSandler. If you could have a date w ith a celebrity, w ho.would it be? Leonardo DiCaprio. , Post-school am bition: Become a sports broadcaster with a minor in Spanish. Ifyou hit the lottery, w hat’s the first thing you’d do? Buy m yself a car and pay for college. C atching up with ... M cK ayla B ohannon (basketball) W hen you w ere growing up, w hat did you w ant to be? Dentist. In the movie of m y life, I ’d be played by: GabrielieCUnion. Stranded on an island, w hat are your 3 essential items? My phone, food and a pillow. W hat’s the funniest m om ent in your sports career? Scoring in the wrong goal in the seventh grade... W hat’s the proudest m dm eht in y our sp o rts career? M y first dou­ ble-double in eighth grade. If you could tu rn back tim e and witness one event, w hat w ould it be? The day I was bom. W ho is the funniest team m ate? De’Jah Joyner. W hich team m ate is happiegt after a win? AU my teammates and I arc happy. Hobbies: Painting. Athletes I m ost admire: Skylar Diggins and Kayja McBride. Interesting fact about myself: I write lefthanded but play " basketball righthanded. W hat I like most about Davle High: The love and support. If I could do one thing better, it would be: Make a bigger difference in someone’s life. . ■ Person I ’d m ost like to m eet (dead or alive): Maya An- gelou. " " L ^ If you could have a date with a celebrity, who w buld it be? Charining Tatum. --L Post-school am bition: Earn a master’s degree. : . Ifyou hit the lottery, w hat’s the first thing you’d do? Buy my mom her dream car. ' D A V IE C O U N T Y E N T E R PR IS E R E C O R D , T hursday, Ja n . 22,2015 - HS B a s k e t b a I l C o n t e s t Pick Ihe Winnina Teams Each Week ForYourCnanceToWIN! $20 & Cap FIRST PRIZE EachWeek SECOND PRIZE EachWeek Pit your “hoops” k minds in the area each week in our Basketball Contest. The first place winner each week will receive a check for $20 plus a sporty Enterprise Record ballcap so , everyone will know you are a WINNER! Our second place winner each week receives a check for $5. THE RULES1. Anyone can enter except employees of the Davie County Enterprise '• Recora and their families, Only one entry allowed per person per week. AU entries must be on original newsprint or Fax 336-751-9760. 2. Games in this week's contest are listed in each contest advertisement on ; this page. The games will change each week. 3. Weekly prizes are $20 and an Enterprise Record cap tor first place and the : second place winner receives $5. In case of ties, the entrant who came closest to the total number of points in the tiebreaker wins. If a tie still exists ; I after the tiebreaker game the awards will be divided equally among the -: Individuals who are tied. :• 4. FillintheconlestentryblankandsubmitormaiItheentrytolheEnterprise ; Record, P.O. Box 99, Mocksviile, NC 27028. Entries must be delivered to the ; Enterprise Record before 5 p.m. Friday each week. To deliver In person the • office Is located at 171 South Main St., Mocksviile, NC. ; 5. Winnerswill be announced following each contest in the next issue.Decisions of judges will be final. A new contest will be announced each week. 6. Entries without first and last name, mailing address & phone disqualified. 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Ed Lankford came in Second Place with 4 missed games. Lankford used the tie-breaker to out-distance several others who also missed 4. A few upsets really threw off most of our contestants last week and hopefully we.Ve selected some games to really make you work this week too. Don't forget that important tie-breaker game either. ATTENTION FARMERS! NOW is th e perfect time for Clean Up of Fence Rows, Overhanging Tree Limbs, & Brush Cutting. W e can trim limbs up to 15 ft. above ground. 3. Kansat v. Texas —Contact Jesse Rose 704-880-4015 General C arpentry • Doors, Windows, Siding & Soffil * Melal & Sliiiigle Roof Repair & Replacemcnl F a th e r S S o n » — FULLY INSURED — Scott & Jesse Rose704-880-4015 CUvaland, NC I. Wnke v. Clemson We Tow 48 States • Small <* Larae-IVreciiter SerWea• RoIfSacAServfee Farmington Road Wrecker Sendee, Ina721WllkesboroSt, Mocksviile, NC(a c ro ss from Miller's Restaurant)24 Hour Service - 7 Days A Week We Accept Most Major Credit Cards 9. UNC-AahevIIIs v. 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SPILLMAN’S LIME & FERTILIZER ________EI 3. JESSE ROSE FENCE CLEAN-UP _________j I8 I 4. FORMAC AUTOMOTIVE j 5. TARHEEL TOBACCO j 6, OSBORNE’S TIRE & AUTO.I 7, VILLAGE INN EVENTS ■ 8. FOSTER DRUG I 9. FARMINGTON ROAD WRECKER10. DANIEL FURNITURE 11. JOE'S TOW 12. JAMES PATELLA13. CLEMMONS PAWN He Breaker I I I I I I j Wake vs, Clemson J NAME:___________ I ADDRESS:__________ I DAY PHONE:________NIGHT:_________8; I Submit by mail, in person or FAX 336-751-9760 to the EnfLTprisc-Rccord I . office; 171 S. MainSt., Mocksviile or PO Box 99, Mocksviile. NC 2702S _ B6 - DAVIK COUNTY ENTKKBKtSti R E C O R D ,T hursday, Jun. 22,2015 n Sophom ore Brandon Horton splits a doublevteam and draw s contact against W est Forsyth. At right, he sw itches to the left hand against the A ustralians^ W ell Continued From Page BI clothes in a phonebooth and became a one-m an gang in the third quarter, catapulting Parkland to a 49-38 lead by . scoring 15 of his 24 points in • the frame. As a result, Davie’s 24-19 advantage in the fourth wasn’t enough. . "W e couldn't stop him,”. ,^!>Wallace;said._4.'He .ate.us..up-, He drove right past the guys.” KHorton did his part - and ■ then some- with a career-best .25 points, including four 3-pointers. His previous high was 19. “He shot the 3-ball well and he attacked,” he said. “Against their zone, he put it on the floor, went middle and was hitting jump shots.” Broc Barnette contributed 11 points - the season high for the freshman in his first five jayvee games. Heiner added 10 P a rk lan d 68, D avic 62 Davie s McKay Cham berlain goes to the rim on a fast-break. At right, he finishes the layup. - Brandon Horton 25, Broc Cory HeinerZS1IyierRoberls Barnette 11, Cory Heiner 10, 19, Brandon Horton 16, Will McKay Chamberlain 6, Chan- Shepherd IO1M cKayCham - dlerStcele5,Tyler Roberts 2. berlain 3, DeJuan Peebles 2, M t. Tabor 83, Davie 77 - Chandler Steele 2. - P h o to s by Kevin C arden Boys Thumped By Mt. Tabor Coming off its first Central Piedm ont C onference win in two years, Davie’s varsity boys basketball team visited one of the top teams in the league - Mt. bor - and was blasted 83-58. The Spartans, who are tied for second place, improved to 11-5 overall and 4-1 in the league. Davie fell to 6-10,1-5. It was a quick knockout as Taborjumped to a 27-7 lead in the first quarter. The lead grew to-53-20 by halftime. Davie did manage to outscore Tabor in the second half, 38-30. Davie’s top scorers were Jordan McDaniel (13), Cooper Wall (eight) and Dylan Shoff- ner (seven). M t. Tabor 83, Davie 58 - Jordan McDaniel 13, Cooper W all 8, Dylan Shoffner 7, Holden Poole 6, L.P. Mua 6, Heath Slabach 5, Tre Redmond 4, Mauro Belinazzi 3, Blaise Bennett 2, Ben Miller 2, Josh Young 2. Shamrock Run Set For March 7 The 27th-aunual Shamrock Go to shamrockriiwtc.com ' Run & W alkisset for March 7 or register the day before or the at St. FrancisofAssisiCatholic day of the race. Send an email Church in Mocksviile. to <Jirector@shamrockrunnc. ; Proceeds will benefit Hab- com, call the church office at ijat for Humanity of Davie 751-2973, or visit the website County. wwwjihamrockntimc.com.D eJuan Peebles looks to score inside. At right, Cory Heiner attem pts a layup with the left. P e o p l e DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, T liu rsd .,, Jun. 22,2015 - C l m I Ni « j i ; * 's*:",' I i J k i 1 'U. ,I J 1>n iI f , ’ I il .* ! i f i n l I I I , > <if J • i He's a wire artist, but Jacob Rudolph spent much of his time as a teen outside, building this fort with friends behind his A dvance hom e O n A W i r e A r t C o m e s N a tu r a l T o A d v a n c e M a n By M ikc B arnhardt Enterprise Record Jacob Rudolph was in the fourth _ Qr_fi(th grade, impatiently waiting . oti the sidewalk at school for his ride home. , ^r .. He started twisting and turning a wire binder on ond of his note­ books. Within minutes, he had bent the wire into the shape of a rein­ deer. He took it home and put it in a drawer, not thinking much about what he had just created. “A year later I found it, and started messing around.” he said. “I can look at something and see how it needs to be in metal. I’m constantly being creative.” That’s an understatement. With the support of his parents, Scott and Lisa Rudolph, (his great-'' grandfather was a watercolor artist, mSo is’hisW ther), Rudilph began what evolved into a lifetime of learning and creating things. His backyard was a playground, complete with a fort, shields made from discarded satellite dishes, a nail bucket for a hat, spears, Indian long house and fire pits. A love of history kept him and his friends trying to re-create the stories they Please See W ire - Page C4 An artist all his life, Rudolph is ready to take it to the next level with m ore intense marketing. V TS-^tt Fish are a popular item, and he fashioned this saxophone while in high school t, n W eeping wire trees are am ong Rudolph’s best sellers. 4 Rudolph show s the tools of his trade. The creation at left w as put away je c a u se it w asn't perfect; then som eone recognized the wire portrait and w anted to buy it. - P h o to s by Robin Snow C2 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , T hursday, Jan. 22,2015 cashpoints Church ' Tb Hold Inside lBea’ The Episcopal Church of the Ascension at 183 Fork-Bixby Road, Advance, w illh o st an inside Winter Flea-Fest on Saturday, Jan. 31 from 8 a,m.-3 p.m. ‘ There will be a rummage sale and bake sale. Vendors and crafters will be on site along with face painting be­ ing, and a raffle each hour. There will be a biscuit breakfast and a hotdog lunch. Some of the vendors plan­ ning'to be present are Anna Beauchamp with Mary Kay, Crystal Bames with collect­ ible, dolls, Mildred James with crocheted items, and other Vendors with products to en- j f e• !This charity event is spon- - - ■ aried by church members as- Form er C ooleem ee Town Com m issioner Scott Phillip and Kendra Chandler with her daughter, Juliet Peterson. T he couple snstjiig in the support of “Our y0gier m akes a withdrawal from tne new casnpoim s w ere married on Dec. 30 in Killeen, Texas. He is a m em ber of the Army s 82nd D^ily Bread" Food Pantry for ifffiipkeep and expansion. ItThose who bring three canned goods will be entered one time into a raffle. There will be a raffle drawing every hour, so the more cans a per- Airborne Division and she is a recent nursing school graduate. Cooleemee By K C Sm ith son brings the better chance of Cooleemee Correspondent winning a raffle drawing. Some of the rummage Judy’s W EBBsight finds She is at home in Lexington Cooleemee, town clerk John son, were married on Dec. 30 school at Temple College and doing fairly well. Pray for Chandler called around to in Killeen, Texas, her. ' banks in Mocksviile hoping Phillip has been serving Aubrey Wensil is at home one establishment would ope- in the military for four years items for sale are a leather Lany Cope on U gion Cem- but not doing well. W hen ni a mini-branch at the shop- and chair, dining room table, bicy- etery Street is at home after he went to the. hospital they ping center. j cles, small tiller, electric chip- having surgery on his back, found out he had an ulcer. Chandler was asked by cently graduated from nursing per, antique cast iron Wagner He is doing a^ well as ex- H eisw eak so pleaseprayfor the State Employees Credit Ware fat free fryer cleaned pected. It will take some time him. Union if the town would be and seasoned, and a large to get where he needs to be. Bob Blackwood is at home interested in a Cash Points hand crocheted blanket. P lea sep ra y fo rh im a n d Pat after having surgery on his and the rest is history. ! O urD aflyBreadfoodpan- for she hasn’t been doing well knee. He had a total knee re- “There’s probably no bet- try is housed at The Episco- lately. Both have had a lot of placement last week. He is ter people to work with than pal Church of the Ascension trouble since their accident. doing well and we want to the State Employee Credit serves around 400 individ- Mary Ann Campbell has cheer Bob on by saying keep Union. They were a pleasure uajs monthly. The pantry is been in the hospital again for up the good work. to work with,” Vogler said, financed only through dona- her breathing. Hopefully she Thank you Judy for keep- The ATM is open 24 hours tions, volunteers, and grants, will return home soon. ing us up to date. Please a day and there is no fee for Chtirches and organizations Leann Dodd had surgery feel free to contact Judy at most ATM cards. Look on that support financially and/or on her stomach and has not 284.2758. your ATM card and it will send volunteers also include been doing well. ~ Temple1Texas. Feel free to contact me at www.cooleemeenews®gmail. a member of the 82nd com or 336.250.1133.1 would Airborne Division. Kendrare- love to hear from you. S u d o k u Cooleemee now has a Cash state if there is a fee. the M ocksviile Lions Club, Jimmy Hampton, the pre- Points ATM service, at the Vogler .says many people The Episcopal; Church of the ‘ vibus school crbssirig guird, Towri Hall and the ABC Store were asking' about an ATM Good Shepherd-Cooleemee, had surgery Dec. 29. After parking lot, service. Some had interest in Liberty United Methodist, staying a week at Baptist Hos- “It was an amazing expe- putting the structure beside Fork Baptist, Advance First pital, he has to have more out rience working with Scott,” the town hall, but the current Baptist, Davie Baptist, Mocks patient surgery on the Jan. 24. (Vogler), former town com- locationprovidesbetterview United Methodist, Bixby He has had a hard time. missioner, “and the town of from all roads plus security is Fresbyterian and Mocksviile Cooleemee police officer Cooleemeee. W earesoappre- much better there, riist Presbyterian. Brent Cranford’s daughter ciative he took this ball and Phillip Chandler, son of ' Direct event questions to had a wreck last week. She ran with it,” says Kris Greene John and Regina Chandler, Sherry Jordan at (336) 929- was taken to Baptist Hospital Howell, ABCStore manager, and Kendra Tice, daughter of 1419 where she had back surgery. 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County Line By Shirley Thorne County Line Correspondent The beautiful weather last weekend provided great op­ portunities for County Liners to enjoy. Members of Piney Grove AME Zion Church appreciate greatly those who attended tneir 'Rvervnoavs Birthday" last Saturday; as our pictures show, folks enjoyed good food and entertainment. The Salem folks thank those who dined with them for breakfast Saturday morn­ ing and look forward Io seeing everyone at their next break­ fast Saturday, Feb. 21. Many folks watched foot­ ball and basketball games. Some were relieved to see Duke rebound from back-to- back losses. Congratulations to fellow NC State alumnus Russell Wilson for leading the Seahawks to an amazing comeback win. Just think: No football for two weeks. Society Baptist Church will celebrate "Baptist Men's Day" during the 11 a.m. worship Akird Redm ond, Jayln Clement, Jam yah Clement, Taqwan Scott and Brittany H ernandez chow down. Paula W aiters joins the Echos to lead everyone in singing "I'll Fly Away. service Sunday. Jan. 25. The Baptist Men will give high­ lights of their work the past year and future endeavors. Everyone is invited. If you have experienced the death of a family mem­ ber or friend, you are invited to attend the 13-week "Grief- Sharc" program that begins Sunday, Feb. I, at Salem United Methodist Church. The group will meet week­ ly on Sundays from 3-4:30 p.m. This nondenominational program features Christ- centered, Biblical teaching that focuses on grief topics associated with the death of a loved one. The seminar features a DVD of nationaUy respected grief experts and real-life stories of people fol­ lowed by small group discus­ sions. Many grieving people find they are only beginning to heal when friends or fam­ ily have returned to their daily lives. Past participants have found the information and follow-up discussions help­ ful. The journey of grief is a painful process, and one does not need Io walk it alone. You are encouraged to come to the support group offered at Sa­ lem on Salem .Church Road off Davie Academy Road. For more information, please call Sheilti Ca'mpbell on 980-234- 6309 or visit www.griefshare, org. The seminar is free; child care is not provided. Upcoming community Isaiah G aither pauses to pose for the cam era. The "Echoes for Christ of Salisbury entertain with gospel music events include a country ham and sausage breakfast spon­ sored by the V-Point Ruritans from 6-10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 7 at the V-Point Building; "Hee Haw Valentine Dinner Show" sponsored by the So­ ciety Baptist Youth in Febru­ ary; "Senior Day" sponsored by the V-Point Ruritans at 2 pan. Thursday, Feb. 19 at the V-Point Building; and a coun­ try ham and sausage breakfast sponsored by the Salem Unit­ ed M ethodist Men from 6-10 ajri. Saturday, Feb. 2! At the County Line VFD. Our community sends get-- well wishes to Dorman Beck, Ian Rankin, Jeny Seamon, and Ceola Wilson. Norman had eye surgery last week and is recuperating at home. Ian broke his foot last week, re­ quired emergency treatment, and is recuperating at home. Jerry had total hip replace­ ment surgery last week and has been recuperating at home since last Thursday. Ceola was hospitalized with circula­ tion problems last week and is recuperating at home. Jeff Absher has been recu­ perating at home since last Friday. Om Stroud remains' in rehab at Iredell Memorial Hospital. Junior Stroud con­ tinues in rehab at Trinity-El- ms in Clemmons. Mabel Gry- der remains at Autumn Care of Statesville! Nick Reaves remain at Brian Center of Statesville. Join us in prayer for the Lord's divine healing and H w N P ru itta n d Vickie Turner-Brown keep the buffet filled at Piney Grove AME Zion's Everybody's Birthday celebration. blessings upon Dorman. Iah,' Jerey, Ceola, Jeff, Om1 Junior; M abel, Nick, and others who are having health problems. ' For news and memories t0‘ share, please call Shirley ori 492-5115 or email sdtlink® /lof/na/Z.coHi. 1st Methodist ; Chicken Stew - IrVednesriay The M ission1 Committed of Mocksviile First Unitedi ! Methodist .Church will haVe'tf! chicken stew Wednesday, Jan; '. 28 beginning at 5:30 p.m.' m ! the family life center on North ’ Main Street. _ ... Proceeds will go to the ’ Honduras Medical Mission. Cornatzer Coffeehouse ;■ This Sunday j . Coffee @ Comatzer (a!; Christian coffeehouse) at!} Comatzer United Methodist-} Church will be Sunday, Jan. J 25 beginning at 7 p.m. | This month's entertain-} ment is Risen Son. Visitors } are welcome for an evenings of food, fellowship and fun.;' Comatzer UMC is at 1244;} Comatzer Road, Mocksviile.;! Visit www.cornatzerumc.com;; or call 998-0687. - U GreaterMt. ; Moriah To . Celebrate . Anniversary Greater Mount M oriaJ^} Missionary Baptist Chu(cb|} will celebrate its ninth ahht-) j versary on Sunday, Jan. 25. I i The I! a.m. guest speaker;;, will be the Rev. Anthony! •!. Woodruff, pastor of Chinqu?-] L pin Grove Missionary Baptist; ! Church. I ^ Lunch will be served at; • :30. .;! i*. The afternoon service will; • begin at 3 with the Rev. Joe B .!; Clark, pastor of Shiloh Baptist1, • Church, as guest speaker. ; Everyone is invited. I; C4 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 22,2015 « 8 Jacob Rudolph's creativity is evident in his room in his A dvance hom e. At right, a helm et he m ade while playing battle gam es In his backyward. Davie CountyArts Council Located at the Brock Performing Arts Center 622 N O R T H M A IN STREET M O CK SVILLE, N O R T H C A RO LIN A 27028 Season of Applause at the Brock! Make it a GREAT ValentinesS Date February 14, 2015 SURF CITY ALL-STARS j with DAVID MARKS Original Beach Boy, David Marks, is touring together with the Surf City All- Stars to, bring you the greatest hits of the Beach Boys. David was present for the early rehearsals of the Beach Boys in 1961. When Brian Wilson decided not to tour with the band and stay home to write songs, David played second guitar and Jardine played bass. This iine-up continued for the first four al­ bums with David Marks playing on many of the Beach Boys’ biggest hits. Our show can also boast that eveiy member of the group has performed with the Beach Boys and know how to perform such cherished melodies as: Surfm ’ Safari, Surrin' USA, Little D euce Coupe, Little GTO, L et's D ance, / G et >4«M«7tfandmany more! :• M arch 28,2015 D ELLA’S DINER• !Will Della bust her grandson, Joey, out of reform school? CanCon- • 'nle Sue Day regain her crown as America's Country Music Queen? ; ‘Will Ronnie Frank Flaugher get his double-wide trailer dream home?•»*!These and other mysteries will be revealed in Delta'sDInerAhe ' ‘. great music Is by HarrisWheeIerwlUi lyrics by Maiy L Flsherand Is - !based on the book by Tom Edwards. This Off-Broadway musical com-• 'edy with original country, blues, gospel and rockabilly tunes is a hit ; that will have the whole family laughing! A pril 25,2015 TH E DUTTONSThe Duttons, touring and recording artists with their own theater In - Branson, Missouri, will play music ranging from bluegrass to classl- cal with their well-known style and grace. Named by critics as ‘Branson's Best ShowlVThe Duttons will perform on the Brack stage ’ Using their many talents as accomplished singers, that also play a I variety of Instruments... violin, guitar, bass, viola, banjo, mandolin,• keyboard, harmonica and drums, among others, The 15-member, - three-generation Duttons have appeared In their own hour-long PBS ' specials and were Top Ten finalists on NBCs America's Got Talent * Don'tmlss seelngthem atthe Brockl ANNOUNCING A LIVE CHILDREN’S PERFORM ANCE SA TU RD A Y , A PR IL 18,2015 T W O SH O W T IM E S: 11:00 A .M . O R 3:00 P.M . Professional actors w ill p erfo rm a stage version o f the w ell know n children’s classic, M ik i M ulligan and H is Steam Shovel, on th e B rock stage. G eneral Seating is available for SS (w hich includes N C ’s A dm issions Tax.) Tickets Now Available! Box Office (Monday-Friday 12 - 5p) 336.751.3000 Wire Continued From Page C l were reading. They tried to make everything exactly as it would have appeared. ‘As we were growing up, we had a Huck Finn, Tom Sawyer type of life," he said. “We spent all of our time outside. We all loved history, and rather than video games, w e'd come home and make what we had read in the his­ tory books.” But he always came back to the wire art. Rudolph has sold quite a few pieces, some consignment art store in Reynolds that closed - with the owner not paying him for what was sold. Fish are popular, so are trees. H e's starting to dabble fiber optics. One time, he had made a portrait out of wire, but didn’t like the proportions. He wad­ ded it up and threw it in a closet, but not before posting a photo on Facebook. A friend saw the photo and wanted to buy it. He fashioned a ship out of wire while on vacation at Hatteras Island. "It’s nice to have a piece with a story behind it. “I’m sort of a perfection­ ist,” he said. “Art is not where you’re extremely talented and everything is exceptional. I have a closet full of stuff that just didn’t work out.” His tools are pretty much a pair of pliers and a roll of wire. And talent. A look around his room is proof of that. Rudolph built this Indian long house (above) f scratch, making it a s realistic a s possible. The rr below is another of his creations. Rudolph looks at the Indian long house he built. Just about everything but th e .! cover is how it would have been built, ; Farmington ‘64 -’65 8th Grade \ Graduates PIanningA Reunion \ A 50th-year reunion for M ay 9 from 6-9 p,m. at the phone numbers to Roger*' 1964/65 school year - eighth Farmington Community Dull at dullr@davieJ<12. r; grade graduates of Farming- Center (old school audito- ncMSi 909-1949 or Carolyn ‘J ton Elementary School - is . rium). Phillips Price at pricecp® tj being planned for Saturday,, Send emails, addresses, forsythec. 2 Cana/Pino DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, T hursday, Jan. 22,2015 - CS By B ettyE tchison W est Cana/Pino Correspondent which was closed, and bring them to the school at Cana. He said he was a teen-ager ; This column w illfocus on when he was asked to go on the Pino School and on teach- this errand which leads me to ers who grew up in Pino and think that Pino School might Vvent: to school at Pino or have closed before the official Farmington.. consolidation into Farming- , According to Marie Craig ton School in 1923. Roth’s book, History o f Da- Even before the Pino vie County Schools, land was School closed, some of the deeded by Joseph Howell in children who lived in the 1824 for a school. That early Pino community may have at- school was probably Pino tended school at Farmington. School. Gene Miller, 92, remembers ‘ There were probably sever- that his older brother, Ver- al buildings used as a school non, who would have started between the year 1824 and the to school about 1910, and his tjme that Pino School closed older sister, Margaret, who around .1920. Mrs. Roth's started about 1912, attended bj&K states that the last class- Pino, but they later went to es were taught at Pino in 1923 school at Farmington, when several small schools W hether they attended \yere consolidated into Farm- school at Pino or at Farm­ ington School. ington, the Pino community My father, Everett Etchi- produced many outstanding son, said the school offi- teachers who have contrib- cials had him go to Pino, get uted much to society, the desks from Pino School Miss Mary McMahan not only attended Pino School but was also a teacher there. Miss Mary and her sister, Miss Mar­ garet McMahan, the daugh­ ters of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher McMahan, later taught for many years, in Pleasant Gar- Paliicia H m un visited her * » . They spent the summets mother, Bettie Smith, for sev- at ,h= bemuiful old McMa- ^ aJ tJgy5 han house, which sits on Pino Patricia Hatnm and Bettie R°»d N c 801 NOT,h' and their winters living and 4 Corners By M arie W hite Four Comers Correspondent Smith visited Marie White, who continues to improve. Remember Clyde and Vir­ ginia Murray in prayer. They are having health problems. teaching in Pleasant Garden. When in the presence of these two ladies, their distinguished personae made one realize Joe and Marie White and ,e“ hers wh° a large number of family parents and students respected and friends attended Vemon and appreciated. Doll's 90th birthday party at Another member of the Mc- Wesley Chapel Saturday eve- Mal>“ pamilI' who b" " ” e * j ' teacher extraordinaire was Dr. Mark, Jeanna and Jessica Elizabeth “Betty" McMahan. White had a birthday meal ° r. McMahan was a popular . for Marie W hite at K&W in »"d outstanding professor and Winston-Salem. researcher at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She traveled throughout the world, particularly in the tropical regions, as she con­ tinued research concerning . (termites. She became the go- p/tlio authority on the subjecf.'No Erwin Temple Usher Board Program Is This Sunday matter how far she roamed what status she achieved. Dr. The Usher Board of Erwin McMahan, now deceased, al- Temple Church, Needmore ways remembered her Pino Road, W oodleaf, will have the roots. In fact she wrote a book annual program Sunday after- about growing up in Pino, noon at 3 p m . The Miller family that has Guest ministers from area churches are invited to speak from the four New Testament Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Minister Sha­ ron Smoot from Ambassadors For Jesus Christ, Cleveland, (Matthew) Minister Jeffrey Allen from Shady Grove Bap­ tist, Mt. Ulla, NC (Mark) - Minister Donna Cuthbertson from Sills Creek AME Zion, Mooresville ,(Luke) - Elder Kevin Stockton from Free­ dom United Church of God1 Woodleaf, (John). Gospel singing will be pro­ vided. Linda Blackwell is presi­ dent of the Usher Board and the Rev. Ervin L. Hannah Jr. is pastor. lived in the Pino area for more than 200 years has pro­ duced outstanding teachers. Pino area residents, the Rev. Thomas Miller, who was bom in 1804,and his w ifeJancyB . Young Miller, who was bom in 1808, were the great-great grandparents of Dr. Eliza­ beth McMahan, who was the daughter of Harman and Eve Lee Miller McMahan, so she was a descendant of the Miller and the McMahan families. Other outstanding teach­ ers that have Miller ancestry are Elizabeth Miller Shore, daughter of Lonnie and Bessie Davis Miller and great-grand­ daughter of the Rev. Thomas Miller, who taught for many . years in Yadkinville as did his great-great granddaugh­ ter, Martha Miller McKnight. Martha Miller McKnight, the daughter of Vemon and Flor­ ence Throneburg Miller, was a highly acclaimed teacher in the Yadkin County School System. Mildred Dull Reavis, the daughter of Floyd Dull, grew up in Pino, attended Appala­ chian StateTeachers' College, and became a teacher. She spent many years teaching in Yadkin County Schools. Randy Reavis, the son of Gil­ bert and Mildred Dull Reavis, carried on the family tradi­ tion and became a teacher in the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School System. He taught driver’s education there for many years. Jessie West Guentert, the daughter of W.W. and Agnes Miller West, graduated from Appalachian State Teach­ ers’ College but took a more circuitous route to becoming a teacher. After graduating from college, she worked for the government in Washing­ ton. Her job finally took her to San Antonio, Texas, where she met and married a tall Texan. Harold Guentert. After several years, Jessie decided to use her teacher education. She got a job with the San An­ tonio School System where she taught Hispanic ladies homemaking skills, thus mak­ ing use of her bachelor’s de­ gree in home economics. Jes­ sie enjoyed teaching, and the classes were deemed a great success by the San Antonio School System. Frances West Tutterow is another member of the West family who grew up in Pino and became a teacher, even though that was not her origi­ nal goal. Frances was a regis­ tered nurse who spent several years teaching health occupa­ tions at Davie High School. Her bachelor's degree in nurs­ ing enabled her to teach, and she enjoyed the experience even though she did not plan to be a teacher. Frances is the daughter of Roland and Betty Etchison West. The John and Flora Hunter Latham, who lived on Cana Road, had a son who became a teacher. Their son, Elmer, • went to school at State Col­ lege, now N.C. State Uni­ versity, where he majored in agriculture. He became an agriculture teacher and taught for many years in Union County, where he was highly respected as an educator. Francis Essex, the son of educators J.F. and Mary Es­ sex,.became an teacher and a basketball coach at the col­ lege level. Francis was teach­ ing and coaching at Wingate College when another Davie County native. Joseph Fe- rebee, who was the athletic director at Pfeiffer College, hired him as a basketball coach. Francis coached and taught history at Pfeiffer sev­ eral years before he left to become part of a professional basketball league. Francis' niece, Mary Ellen Essie Can- dillo, the daughter of James and Lelia Neai Essie, fol­ lowed in the footsteps of her mother and became a teacher. Mary Ellen was a fine, highly respected teacher in the Win- ston-Salem-Forsyth County School System until her re­ cent retirement. Although she was not bom or raised in Pino, Lelia Essie has lived in the community for many years so Pino lays claim to her as one of its outstanding educators.' Lelia also taught in^the Win- ston-Salem- ForsytH S chool System. Pino, a fanning community in northern Davie County, produced an unbelievable number of educators who were outstanding in their fields of expertise and who contributed much as educa- as a school, still Stand^-Qtj. tors in North Carolina and in Pino Road across from more distant climes. The old ley Chapel United MethtwJ' Pino School building, which ist Church as a symbol ofrfH^ was used by the Pino Grange importance that the Pino Cqmji 4 after it was no longer used munity placed on educatiojv^ *3 Free Tax Help Available,j|. United Way of Davie County, in partnership with the IRS, will provide “My- FreeTaxes" free tax prepara­ tion for individuals or families with a combined household income of $60,000 or less. It's easy, safe, secure and free. After Jan. 20. to start preparing a tax return free, go to wwwriavieunitedWay. org and click on the link for MyFreeTaxes. Tax law and software assistance will be available for free to taxpayers that qualify $60,000 or less. 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I hope, as we come to the close of January, good health will be with us in February. Birthday wishes go to those • celebrating this week: Caleb Anderson, Bryant Mc- Clamroch,' Dot ,Keller and Zachary Sherrill on Jan. 22; Courtney Keaton, Charlie M. Cleary and Janet Dyson on Jan. 23; Sadie Helton on Ja. 24; Kody Reece Brown, J.T. Smith Jr., Damell Cleary and Kathy Young on Jan. 25; Calvin Scott on Jan. 26; Paul Beck on Jan. 27; and Michael Swisher and Chastity Reeves on Jan. 28. Congratulations to Jeremy and Christy Miller who will celebrate their an­ niversary on Jan. 22. If you would like an anniversary or • birthday posted, please do not hesitate to call or email me. A photo of a young lady was shown last week. The young lady was Ethel Reeves, wife of John Henry Reeves. Ethel, who passed away in 2003, was best known for her beautiful paintings, and as co­ owner of the Sheffield Music Hall. Thanks to Rachel Wil­ son for submitting this photo. If you have a photo you would like to see in this column, please forward to me. The Sheffield-Calahaln Volunteer Fire Department held their annual Firefighters Banquet on Saturday, Jan. 10 at Hunting Creek Preserve. Congratulations to Carl Dy­ son for receiving the Fire­ fighter of the Year award, Jim Reilly for receiving the First Responder of the Year award and to Jordan Campbell for receiving the Junior Firefight­ er of the Year award. We are proud of the accomplishments and dedication each of these three outstanding members. Kerri Drye received her 5 year service award. The Sheffield community thanks Chief David Beck and all the firefighters in the de­ partment for their hard work, dedication and personal sac­ rifices made each and every day. Many thanks to Brandi Drye for submitting photos of this event. . . SCVFD meetings are held each Monday night at the sta­ tion at 7. On Saturday, Jan. 3 1 , New Union UMC will sponsor a pancake supper fundraiser for Sherri Dyson, who is undergo­ ing treatment for cancer. Sher­ ri is the wife of Ricky Dyson. The event will be held at the Sheffield-Calahaln Commu­ nity Center, 174 Turkeyfoot Road; from 5-8 p.m. The sup­ per will consist of pancakes, sausage, eggs, stewed apples, milk, juice and coffee. Dona­ tions will be accepted. Beginning Feb. 4, New Union will have a K id’s Night for age’s kindergarten through high school each Wednesday evening from 6 :3 0 -8. Every­ one is invited. Krispy Kreme cards, good for 10 free boxes of donuts (buy one - get one free), can be purchased from Al Sutphin at al_sutphin@yahoo .com. for $16. Proceeds go to the New Union Methodist new Sayhelloto Jack Price, DO Dr- Price welcomes new patients at Novant Ifeallii Davie Medical Associates F ind in g a p h y sic ia n in M o ck sv iile w h o c a n c a r e fo r y o u r fa m ily ju s t g o t e a sie r. Dr. P rice is b o a rd -c e rtifie d in fa m ily m e d ic in e a n d re a d y to p ro v id e c o m p a s s io n a te c a r e fo r all th e m e m b e rs in y o u r fa m ily — fro m in fa n ts to a d u lts . C o n v e n ie n t s a m e - d a y a p p o in tm e n ts a re a v a ila b le , s o b o o k in g o n e w h e n y o u o r y o u r ch ild n e e d s to s e e t h e d o c to r o n s h o rt n o tic e w o n ’t b e a p ro b le m . Schedule an appointm ent with Dr. Price at 336-751-8000 or visit nhdaviemedicalassociates.org. N o v a n t H e a lth D a v ie M e d ic a l A s s o c ia te s 4 8 5 V alley R o ad , M o ck sv iile Officehours M o n d a y th ro u g h T h u rs d a y , 7 :3 0 a .m . to 5 :3 0 p .m . F riday, 7 :3 0 a .m . to 4 :3 0 p .m . Urgentcairehours S a tu rd a y , 8 a .m . to n o o n ' S u n d a y , I p .m . to 5 p .m . Davfe Medical Associates a department of Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center N I NOVANT'a HEALTH Sheffield-Calahaln Volunteer Fire Departm ent Firefighter of the Year Carl Dy­ son with Andy Lawson and Chief David Beck. building fund. On Sunday, Jan. 11 a baby shower was given for Haley and Justin Goforth at the Sagebrush Steakhouse in Mocksviile. Justin, who is serving in the military and un­ able to attend, is the grandson of Bill Goforth. A large group of friends and family attend­ ed. Haleythankseveryonefor all the nice gifts she received. Thanks to Linda Goforth for submitting the photos. Senior Bible Study at Lib­ erty Wesleyan is held the sec- ’ orid Tuesday of each month at 10 a.m. Everyone is invited. The next meeting will be held Feb. 10. Worship services at Com­ munity Covenant Church are held each Sunday at 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m. Asmall group Bible Study is held each Wednesday at 7 p.m. The Adult 2 class of Ijames Baptist Church had their after Christmas party Friday eve­ ning, Jan. 16 with 28 in atten­ dance. Robert Rogers donated fish, and the men all helped with a fish fry. Needless to say, everyone got more than their fill of fish, hushpuppies, onion rings, fries, homemade tartar sauce and slaw. The ladies made an assortment of desserts to include banana pudding, chocolate cake, cherry yum-yum and more. Pastor Daniel Harmon and his wife, Meg, were special guests. The “dirty Santa” tra- Jordan Campbell, junior firefighter of the year, with Jim Reilly, first responder of the year. dition was again enjoyed by the group, as gifts were stolen and grabbed away, while oth­ ers were hoping no one would take theirs. It was a night of fun and laughter. Thanks to Pam Branham for sharing the photos. The Wednesday night prayer are held each week at 7. AU are invited as Pastor Daniel leads in prayer and Bible study. The Revelation Study at Ijames is held each Sunday evening at 5 :4 5 . This is a great discussion and in-depth study. Questions are always welcome. 1 The Youth of Ijames Baptist meet each Sunday evening at 5 :4 5 for recreation and Bible lessons. Youth 6-12th grade are invited. The annual Ijames Baptist Church Birthday Party will be held after the 11 a.m. worship service this Sunday in the fel­ lowship hall. Bring a favor­ ite soup or stew, combread, sandwiches or drinks, and join in the fun and fellowship. A dessert will be provided and placed on each decorated table. Joe Mahaffey and NuHi- Way will perform at The Ko- m er Deli Saturday beginning Please See S-C - Page C7 S unday Febhuahy h i Phe S upeh B uw l Cuhuehi AttAUtSAKtWiLCUME CuHCissiuKs: 1:3(1 Cuhueht: 2 : 3 0 Tickets: $ 10 Family Rale. S25 Friends and family wish Charlie Cleary, who will turn 70 on Jan. 23, a happy birthday. DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 22,2015 - C l S - C -.-.A.. Continued From Page C6 at 6:30 p.m. The Illustrious Jay Birds will return on Jan. 31. The deli is at 3387 Har­ mony Hwy. Melissa Gaither invites children (0-4) to Toddler Storytime each Wednesday morning from 10:30-11 at the Harmony Public Library. The children sing songs, play mu­ sical instruments, enjoy a sto­ ry, do crafts and have snacks. William R. Davie is asking for anyone to save Campbell Soup label coupons and box top coupons for the school. Drop off coupons at the school or mail them to W il­ liam R. Davie, 3437 US 601 ■ — — ; —--------------------------------------------—-----■-------—------—--------------------—-------——-----v N., Mocksviile. The Fox Mountain Entertainers, Doug. Prevette1 Cynthia Shatzel, Calvin Prevette, Robby Gordon, Tom Cloer, Jimmy Paschal and Prayer list requests con- Dave McLeIIand entertain at T he Komer Deli on Saturday, tinue for Madeline Lapish, Jean Reavis1 J.W. Keaton, Melvin Allred, Tom Cloer, Tom Bumgarner, Paul Beck, G.H. Goforth, Will Shepherd, Kermit Shoaf, Craig Church, Bryan Swain, Creola Rogers, Bonnie Gunter, Lori Dyson, Villard Beck, Fred Roth, Ber­ tie Stout, Dalton Edwards, Sherri Dyson, James Richara- son, Kenneth Talley, Johnny Naylor, Jimmy Dyson, Bin Carter, John Wallace, Les­ ter Edwards, Jerry Ratledge, Jerry McDaniel, Dot Ke! EIton W right, Tennyson An­ derson, Brenda Beck, Donmc S fA tetertB e S w S o n 1 G.H. Goforth, Tim and Andrea Goforth give Bill Goforth (second from left) advice on being a granddad; while Haley Goforth show s Joenn Ratlidge and Alvin and off one of her baby show er gifts. Louise P6pe. Ourcondolenc-. es to the families of Ann Bar­ ney and Pete Ludwick. B e j u e l f l i p Send comments, informa­ tion and photos no later than Monday at 9 a.m. to brjbai- tey@ msti£om or at 7 5 1 -7 5 6 7 . Birthday Party ForAII Months SundayAt Ijames Baptist Ijames Baptist Church will I hold the annual Churchwide Birthday Party Sunday, Jan. 25 afteM he 11-am . worship serv ice?'"1 Bring a favoritwyjbupr.or ^ stew, combread, sandwiches? tor soft drink and join in the un. A dessert will be provid- Ki tor each table. "taBreakfast ISaturdayAt \Union Chapel A country ham breakfast I will be held at Union Chapel I United Methodist Church, US I 6 01 North of 1 -4 0, Mocks- I ville, from 6 :3 0 -1 0 a.m. Sat- I urday.Jan. 2 4 . The $ 7 adult and $ 4 for children age 10 and under includes eggs, sausage, ham, grits, gravy, apples and bis­ cuits. Pick-up orders are avail­ able by calling 7 5 3 -1 7 7 2 . JSm (ES) BlueCross BlueShield “iS f • of North Carolina NEED HEALTH INSURANCE? The time to act is now. 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Also surviving: a daughter, Shannon Dawn W hite (Troy Fennell) of Mocksviile; 2 brothers, Ed Mays (Joyce) and John Mays (Peggy), of Cooleemee; and 3 grandchildren, Brie, Mia and Serenity. Visitation was Saturday, Jan. 17 at the Davie Funeral Ser­ vice Chapel. The celebration of life service followed at 2 p.m. in the funeral chapel officiated by the Rev. Rodney Barker. Burial was in Legion Memorial Park in Cooleemee. Memorials: American Heart Assoc., 101 Centreport Drive, Suite 130, Greensboro, 27409. Online condolences: www.daviefimeralservice.com . Howard Michael McDaniel Mt. Howard Michael McDaniel, 65, of ICings Mill Drive; Advance, died Saturday, Jan. 17,2015. He was bom on Jan, 6,1950 in Rowan County to the late Howard Conway and Margie Bernice Ridenhour McDaniel. Mt. McDaniel was employed with International Textile Group in Greensboro. Survivors: his wife, Karina McDaniel of the home; former wife, Sarah McDaniel; 3 children, Michael McDaniel (Ellen) of Clemmons, Melissa McDaniel and Annika Alexis McDan­ iel, both of Advance; a sister, Joyce Shostak of New Jersey; and 5 grandchildren, Jordan, Luke, Hannah, Abigail and Leah McDaniel. A funeral service will be conducted at 7 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 22 at Currytown Baptist Church with the Rev. Gary Blalock officiating. The family will receive friends from 7:30-9 pjn. following the service. Burial will follow in Rose Cemetery in Mocksviile. A graveside service will be conducted at 11 am :, Friday, Jan. 23 in Rose Cemetery. Memorials: Currytow'n Baptist, 7740 Hwy. 150 N , Lexing­ ton. 27295. Online condolence: www.eatonJuneralservice.com. Jam es Joseph Berrier Mt. James Joseph Berner, 91, died Friday, Jan. 16,2015 at his home. He was bom on July 20,1923, in Davie County to the late Isaac Clinton and Annie Cope Berrier and lived in the Dead- mon Road community. He was a lifetime member of Concord- United Methodist Church and was a veteran of the U.S. Army * during World War II .having served in Europe and Asia. In 1981, he retired from Food Lion Stores after 25 years. He was also preceded in death by his sisters, Rachel, Doro­ thy, Ruth, Alice, Katherine and Willie Mae; and brothers, Her­ man, Felix, Greene, Sam, Cecil and Ben. Survivors: his wife of 55 years, Uzeal Taylor “Zee" Berner; a sister, Betsy Nichols of Florida; a son, John Thomas Peel­ er and wife Becky of Mocksviile; a daughter, Murray Peeler “Toodles” McKissick and husband Foster of Greenville, S.C.; 6 grandchildren, Kathryn Thylor McKissick1 Anthony Foster McKissick IV, Jerrine Emily Peeler, Carly Peeler Regan, Re- bekah Peeler and Holden Peeler; 3 great-grandchildren; and ' numerous nieces and nephews. A celebration of life service was conducted at 3 p.m., Sun­ day, Jan. 18 at Concord United Methodist Church with the Rev. Roy Miller officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery. The family received friends at the church one hour prior to the service. Memorials: Concord United Methodist Church, d o Pat Patterson, 132 Fairway Road, Advance; or to a charity of the donor's choice. Online condolences: www.eatonfuneralservice.com. Wynona Bowman McRae Mrs. Wynona Bowman McRae, 83, of Advance died Tues­ day, Jan. 20,2015 at Bermuda Commons Nursing and Reha­ bilitation Center. She was bom April 27,1931 in Forsyth C ountytoCarland Marjorie Reeves Bowman. Surviving:, her husband, Maurice Byron McRae of the home; a daughter, Sharon Kiser and husband Bill of Kem- ersville; 2 sons, David B. McRae and wife Gina of Advance and Larry McRae and wife Gail of Kemersville; 3 grandchil­ dren, Daniel McRae and wife Jennifer of Belews Creek, Devin McRae of Washington, DC and Deah M cRaeofKemersviIle; a great-granddaughter, Ava McRae; her twin sister, Wanda Phil­ lips of Naples, Fla.; and several cousins, nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, at Gospel Baptist Church in Greensboro with Pastor Paul D. Luttrell officiating. The family will receive friends following the service. Memorials: Gospel Baptist Church, 5945 N. Church St., Greensboro, 27455. Online condolences: wwwJiayworth-miller.com. T e l l u s w h a t y o u t h i n k with a letter to the editor Details, Page 2 Dolores ‘Ann’ Barney Dolores “Ann” Sneed Bar­ ney, 72, of Mocksviile, died on Tbesday, Jan. 13, 2015 at Davie Medical Center. She had been a resident of Au­ tumn Care for some 14 years. Bom May' 5, 1942, in Mecklenburg County, she was the daughter of the late Rich­ ard Sneed and Dorothy Jen­ kins Sneed. She was the wid­ ow of the late David Franklin Barney Sr., who died Oct. 4 , 2005. They were married for 45 years. She graduated from Davidson Central High School in 3960. Prior to re­ tirement, she worked as a ma­ chine operator at Lexington Furniture for 15 years. She was best known for her love of children and her cooking skills. She often served as a babysitter and her biscuits and gravy will be remembered by all who enjoyed them. She was a dedicated Christian and a member of Yadkin College Baptist Church. Survivors: sons, Charles Bamey and Allen Bamey (Sa- rina) of Mocksviile and Lany Barney (Laura) of Lexington; a daughter, Cindy Barney of Mocksviile; 2 sisters, Caro­ lyn Ridenhour (George) of Lexington and Mary Hiatt of Thomasville; 10 grandchil­ dren, Morgan, Josh, Parker, Peyton, Riley Ann, Kristy, Chelsea,’ Brittney, Chance and Allison; 3 great-grand­ children, Victoria, Jacob and Levi; and 3 step-grandchil- dren, Jessica, Leeza and Sa­ vannah; and fellow residents and staff of Autumn Care. She was also preceded in death by a son, David F. Bar­ ney Jr.; 2 brothers, Doug and Dick Sneed; and a sister, Dot- tie Sneed Fogleman. The family received friends at Davie Funeral Ser­ vice Chapel on Thursday eve­ ning, Jan. 15. Acelebration of life service was conducted at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 16atH ope Baptist Tabernacle officiated by Dr. Joe Long and Pastor Jason Holley. The body Iie in state one hour prior to the ser­ vice in the church. Burial fol­ lowed in the church cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were: Josh Barney, Chance Barney, Denny Barney, Darryl Bar­ ney, Jimmy Messer, David Howard and Jeny Wayne Stroud. Online condolences: wvvw. daviefitneralservice.com. M ario Frank Darminio Mr. Mario Frank Darmin- i<5, 82, of Mountview Drive, Mocksviile, died Monday, Jan. 19,2015 at Forsyth Med­ ical Center in Winston-Salem. He was bom Aug. 15,1932 in Bronx, N.Y. Mr. Darminio was retired from Rivier Col­ lege in New Hampshire. Survivors: his wife, Lor­ raine Kelly Darminio; 3 daughters, Laura Flanagan, Naomi Manning, and Caro­ lyn Crookham; a son, Michael Manning; nieces and neph­ ews, Peggy McCann, Hattie McCann, Mary Beth McCann, Billy McCann, John McCann and Carmine Darminio; and a grandson, Michael McCann. Cremation has taken place. Online condolences: Wvvvv. eatonfuneralservice.com. Betty Jane Head M rs. Bettie Jane Wagner Head, 81, of Kannapolis died on Saturday, Jan. 17,2015 at her residence. She was bom Aug. 26, 1933 in Cooleemee, ' the daughter of the late Albert and Nettie Wagner. She was a country and bluegrass mu­ sician winning many awards with her Gibson guitar. She was given a special awafd by the MooresvilIe Lion's Club for her musical talents. Other musicians receiving the same awards were Arthur Smith, Tommy Fale, Doc Watson and grand ole opry performers. She was the head judge for 16 years at the Lion’s Club's Fiddlers Conven­ tion in Mooresville. She was also preceded in death by a brother, John Wag­ ner. Survivors: her husband of 60 years, James Wesley Head; 2 sons, Stephen Head (Sar­ ah) of Charlotte and Thomas Head of the home; a grand­ daughter, Elizabeth Head of Charlotte; and a nephew and niece, Richard Wagner and Laura Speller of Georgia. Funeral services were at I p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 20at W hit­ ley's Funeral Home Chapel conducted by Pastor David Maynard. Burial followed in Rowan Memorial Park, Salis­ bury. The family received friends at the funeral home prior to the service. Online condolences: vvvvvv. whitleysfimeralhomexom. ‘Stella’ Catherine Priest Estella “Stella" Cather­ ine Priest, 77, of Mocksviile, formerly of Elgin, S.C., died Tuesday, Jan. 13,2015. Bom Nov. 27, 1937 in Brooklyn, N.Y., she was a daughter of the late Michael Anthony and Veronica Gor­ don D 'Amato. She graduated from Mooresville Sr. High School, and was a long-time resident of Elgin. She was ac­ tive in her church, Rehoboth United Methodist, and loved spending time with family, especially her grandchildren. Survivors: sons, Lynton Michael Priest (Janet), Brad Franklin Priest; her daughter, the Rev. Kathy Priest Hud­ son; grandchildren, Matthew and Palmer Hudson, Kristen and McKenzie Priest; sisters, Anita D ' Amato, Marie Crotts; and many nieces and neph­ ews. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Gary Franklin Priest. The funeral service was held 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 16 at Rehoboth United Methodist Church, with the Revs. Doug Benton and Kathy Priest Hud­ son officiating. Burial fol­ lowed at Memorial Gardens of Columbia. The family re­ ceived friends Thursday eve­ ning at Shives Funeral Home, Colonial Chapel, Columbia. Memorials: to the church at 6911 Two Notch Rd1 Co­ lumbia, SC 29223. Online condolences: ShivesFuneralHome.com. Classifieds 1-877-751-2120 Roberta Jean Lail Roberta Jean Pruitt Lail of Advance died Jan. 14, 2015 at home with Galen her son, Jason her grandson and Shelia Carter her friend and caregiv­ er by her side. > She was bom April 5,1931 to Em est and Nellie Pruitt of South ' Pittsburg, Tenn. She was best known to be a faithful servant of the Lord. She will be remembered for her encouragement to others. She had a way to lift peo­ ple up with kind words and reached out to others with a helping hand. She retired after 35 years with Western Elec­ tric. She was active with her church family. She attended Fellowship Baptist Church in Advance. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband of 63 years, Jesse Sherman Lail; daughter, Donna Lail; and sis­ ter, Frances Pruitt Dixon. Survivors: a son, Galen Lail and grandson, Jason Lail (fiancde Leah Stewart), both of Winston Salem; a brother, James Pruitt of Graham; 2 sis­ ters, Shirley Pruitt Williams and Cathy Pruitt W illiams, both of.Graham; and Brenda Baird (Bill) of Greensboro. Visitation was Moiiday, Jan. 19 at Frank Vogler and Son; in Clemmons, followed by a funeral service at 2 p.m. in the Clemmons Chapel. Burial followed at Westlawn Gardens of Memory. Memorials: Kate B. Reyn­ olds Hospice House, 101 Hos­ pice Ln. Winston Salem. RiUa M ae M unday Mrs. Rilla Mae Hellard Munday, 82, of Center Street, Cooleemee, died Friday, Jan. 16, 2015 at Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem. Mrs. Munday was bom Nov. 9, 1932 in Davie Coun­ ty to the late Robert Lee and Lessie Mae Gregory Hellard. Mrs. Munday was a lifelong resident of Cooleemee and a member of the VFW Auxil­ iary. She was also preceded in death by her husband, James Kenneth Munday; a sister, Imogene Poplin; and a broth­ er, Bobby Hellard. Survivors: 2 daughters, Denise Munday (Wayne Howard) of Advance and Jamie Carter (Norman) of Mocksviile; 3 grandchildren, Heather Boger Melton (Ty­ ler), Ben Boger and Allison Carter; 2 great-grandchildren, Conard Martin and Kensie Melton; David and Carly Howard, who thought of her as their great-grandmother; a sister, Pat Gregory Ludwick (Russ) of Virginia; special family friend, Tina Wiggins of Advance; and several niec­ es and nephews. A memorial graveside ser­ vice was conducted at 2 pm . . Tuesday, Jan. 20 in Legion Memorial Park in Cooleemee with the Rev. Shelby Har­ bour officiating. The family received friends fon Mon­ day, Jan. 19 at Eaton Funeral Home in Mocksviile. Memorials: VFW Post 1119 Auxiliary, d o Daphne Beck, PO Box 688, Coolee­ mee. Online condolences: Hnvw. eatonfuneralservice £om. Hal ‘Dodd’Angell Hal “Dodd" Angell of Port Orchard, Wash, died at his home following a battle with lungcancer on Nov. 29,2014. Bom Dec. 3, 1927 in Mocksviile to Albion Hi­ awatha and Nannie Nich- ols-Angell, he joined the U.S. Navy at age 17 during World War II, returning home after being discharged in Bremer­ ton Wash. Fifteen months lat­ er, he re-enlisted. Mr. Angell was again decorated for serv­ ing in the Korean War and re­ turned to the Bremerton area' in 1960 where he would spend the remainder of his life. After retirement from the Navy’s Polaris Missile Program at Bangorin 1966, he worked on Puget Sound.Naval Shipyard for nearly 30 years. A loy­ al lifetime member of FRA, VFW, American Legion and DAV1 he remained a sailor at heart. He was preceded in death by his wife of 45 years, De­ nise G. Angell; his parents, brothers, Paul, Cecil and Wi­ ley, and sisters Irene, Bessie and Nikki. Survivors: a son, Hal Dodd Angell Jr. of Port Orchard; and sisters, Gilma and Mabel of North Carolina. He and his wife will be in­ terned beside one another in the spring at Tahoma National Cemetery with full m ilitary' honors. ;• W illiam Ray Ludwick Mr. William Ray “Pete" Ludwick, 71, of Oakdale Cir­ cle, Mocksviile, died Sunday, Jan. 18,2015, at his home. He was bom on March 3, 1943 in Rowan County to the late Raymond and Flor­ ence Casper Ludwick. Mr. Ludwick was of the Meth­ odist faith. He retired from Gamewell Manufacturing after 30 years and worked with Davie County Water. For 49 years he was a firefighter with Jerusalem Volunteer Fire Department where he was a member of the board of direc­ tors. Mr. Ludwick was a cattle farmer and a member of the American Angus Association. He was also preceded in death, by a sister, Virginia Schmitt; and a brother, Ray­ mond Ludwick Jr. Survivors: his wife, Glen­ da Phelps Ludwick and a daughter, Dawn Ludwick, both of Mocksviile; 2 grand­ daughters, Brooke and Rebec­ ca Ludwick; 3 sisters, Ellen Marsh, Susie Wilson (Jim), all of Rockwell and Elizabeth Watkins of South Carolina; a brother, John Ludwick of Cleveland; a sister-in-law, Diane Snider (Rick), a broth­ er-in-law, Jack Phelps (Tina), all of Mocksviile; and several nieces and nephews. A funeral service was to be conducted at 3 p.m,, Wednes­ day, Jan. 21 at Eaton Funer- * al Chapel with the Rev. Roy Miller officiating. Burial was to follow in Concord United Methodist Church Cemetery. “ The family received friends Tuesday, Janu. 20 at the fu- + neral home. Memorials: charity of do­ nor's choice. Online condolences: *wiv. eatonfuneralservice.com. 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Harpe Financial Advisor _______________ 5539 U.S. Hwy. 158, Suite 104 Advance, NC 27006 M em ber SIPC 336-940-3150 RANDY NllllERK®&sons I m SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 255 MUler Road • MocksvIUe state (336) 2 8 4 -2 8 2 6 Iertitied W, Pump AptIcTA** Y o r k ’sE x x o n Junior & Aaron York 24 Hour Wrecker Strviee NC Inspections “Automotive Repairs 184 Salisbury St., Mocksviile 336-751-2220 X lO - DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE REC O R D , T hursday, Jan. 22,201$ A Busy Bunch Woman’s Club Members Volunteer 4,418 Hours December and January were busy months for Mocks­ viile Woman’s Club mem­ bers. ,. Betty Ward and Shirley .Cable visited William R. Da­ vie Elementary School in De­ cember with Mike Hendrix to deliver dictionaries to all third grade students, paid for by the club for the 13th year. Hendrix introduced the stu­ dents to the many uses of the dictionary beyond spelling and definitions. He explained . how handy it would be con­ tinuing through high school. H e started the program in Da­ vie County and it has contin­ ued with the help of this and other clubs. Jean Saunders and Linda Sechrist traveled to the. N.C. Field of Honor at Triad Park jn KernersvilIe to present 5500 for a memorial paver, ^ em b e rs are collecting cou­ pons for veterans. Even if ifxpired, coupons will be hon­ ored for up to six months at stores on and near military bases. The first meeting in January at Bermuda Run Country Club featured a colorful exhibit of quilts and quilting expertise by member, Rebecca “Becky” HYoung. She has sewn since t^ e ninth grade and in the <jj!980s, she began quilting. ^jjtShe...shared some.-.of ,h er- grandchildren’s clothes she -i^l^ffnecfgand sewed, along jvith the first quilt she made. Jtand sewn. Members were Tascinated by the fabrics, col­ ors and designs of each quiu. ishe saItl she uses every fabric jinaginable in quilts, even us- jfjg a shirt she had made for her husband featuring fishing lures. Members laughed at her husband’s response to a fishing, lure shirt: “Don't do it !gain.” IJ Today, she does machine miilting while creating de­ signs and color combinatioi She sews four to five hours a day and says it can take up io a year- to finish a large quin. The more elaborate the pat­ tern, the more time involved. In an applique quilt she completed in nine blocks, each block represents 20-28 hours. Another project for the club is Operation Smile, to sup­ port the volunteer program providing operations for cleft palates and lips for children around the world. Members will sew gowns for the chil­ dren during surgery; some will likely become a part of the child's wardrobe. Two members have completed 20 gowns, and others are helping to reach the goal of 50. The Bingo Express at Au- tqmn Care in Mocksviile is a hit with many residents there each month. The bright, red part was donated to the club Jo make it easier for residents Jo choose their prizes. !••First Vice President Mar­ lene Shamel talked about projects in 2014. Thirty-eight members completed 138 proj­ ects with 4,418 hours in vol­ unteer time on projects ben­ efiting Davie County, along , with national and internation­ al projects. The 38 members donated approximately $17,000 for these projects and more than $3,400 in-kind donations. •/ M ocksviile-Woman’s Club m em bers Betty Ward arid Shirley Cagle hand out dictionaries to third graders. T President Jean Saunders (right) w elcom es new member, LuanneTayIor. $5 Betty W ard and Alice Sm eath adm ire the quilt designs '4 Mike Hendrix talks about the uses of a dictionary to third graders at Wimam R R ebecca Young displays som e of her quilts, • Davie Elementary. Young s applique quilt £*£■ Wt-' I /: Wmms XPl D ana Jones and Myra McGonigIe with 20 gowns for Operation Bingo volunteers Jean Steele, Elke Albrecht, Shirley Cagle, Alice Sineath1 Evelyn Daniel and Pat Patter- Smile. son with the Bingo Express Cart. S tu d e n ts DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, ThursdHy1Jan. 22,2015 - D l If t « S i W . 'iMi M t. m ■I 22 Named To All-District Honor Band Twenty-two students from Davie County High School, South Davie and Willihm Ellis middle schools were recently selected to be a part of the 2015 Northwest .District All- District Honor Band. These students were chosen by audition on Jan. 10 at Central David­ son. Students from 16 counties came to audition for spots in two middle school bands, the Concert Band and the Symphonic Band, and three high school bands, the 9-10 Symphonic Band, the 11-12 Symphonic Band, and the 9-12 Concert Band. Several students earned a chair placement that makes them eligible to audition for the N.C. AH-State Honors Band, the highest level of honor bands across the state. They are noted with an *. ' Students earning placement are: Davie County High School Andrew Jim cson, D irector 9-12 Concert Band • Chelsea Strange, 4th Chair Clarinet; • Brynn Howard, 5th Chair Clari­ net; • Seth Jones, 1st Chair Eupho­ nium; • Austin Lowery, 1st Chair Tuba. 9-70 Symphonic Band • Avery Boudreau, 19th Chair Clarinet; • Bryson Penley1 2nd Chair Trumpet*; • Caleb Lanning, 2nd Chair Trombone*; • Micah Canoll, 1st Chair String Bass*. JI-12 Symphonic Band - • Adam Conrad, 15th Chair Clari­ net; • Tara DuChemin1 3rd Chair Trumpet*; • Danielle Wood, 2nd Chair French' Hom*. South Davic M iddle School Justin M cCrary, D irector Concert Band • Kevin Argueta, 1st Chair Bas­ soon; • Sierra Foster, 1st Chair Tenor Saxophone; • Andrew Lawrence, 4th Chair Trombone; • Garrett Penley, 5th Chair Trom­ bone; • Jacob Juarez, 2nd Chair Mal­ lets. Symphonic Band • Justin Boardwine. 6th Chair Tuba; •Q uinn Collins, 2nd Chair Trom­ bone*; • Marceli Lewtak, 3rd Chair Trumpet*. W illiam Ellis Middle School A m anda Jam es, Director Concert Band • Marvelyn Ramirez, 2nd Chair Flute; • Hannah Gallimore1 3rd Chair Clarinet. Symphonic Band • Zane Hollomon, 1st Chair StringBass*. These students will take part in the all-district clinic at Appalachian State University Feb. 20-21. The middle school clinic concludes with a finale concert on Saturday, Feb. 21 at 3 p.m. in the Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts. The high school clinic concludes with finale concerts on Sunday, Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. in the Schaefer Center. The concerts are free and open to the public. DCHS Students Recognized For Academics, Character The DCHS PTSO recently award­ ed $50 to four students who earned A/B Honor Roll status during the first quarter. The name of one honor roll stu­ dent from each grade level was ran­ domly drawn and the winners were announced via intercom announce­ ment. The grade level winners are: Han­ nah Etter1 Jaidyn Bentley, Nathaniel Bartlett and Andrew Ashby. Students who exhibit outstand­ ing character were nominated by their teachers to enter a drawing for a $50 prize. More than 100 students were nominated, and one name was drawn from each grade level to win the cash prizes. The grade level win­ ners for the character awards are: Nolan Tucker, Cristian Ocampo- Granado, Lauren Coats, and Victo­ ria Long. The DCHS PTSO maintains its commitment to recognizing student make these cash awards possible, achievement each quarter. said Elizabeth Bustle. “The board members would also Cash prizes will be awarded again like to thank the parents, students,1 in March to students who achieve community donors, and businesses A/B Honor Roll status during the who pledge the monetary support to second grading quarter. The 2015 PTSO Scholarship ap- ing academic work and school ser- plication will be available on the vice. “Like” the Davie High School DHS Students Services website. PTSO on Facebook to receive an- for seniors to complete starting nouncements about upcoming ways on Feb. 23. A $500 scholarship is to assist students and teachers and awarded to two seniors for outstand- support fundraising efforts. DCHS PTSO CharacterA w ard prize drawings winners, from left: Nolan Tucker, Cristian O cam po-G ranado1 Lauren Coats, and Victoria Long. Recipients of the second quarter DCHS PTSO Honor Roll prize drawings,from left: H annah Etter, Jaidyn Bentley, and Andrew Ashby. Not pictured, Nathaniel Bartlett. Ttvxw; Mocksviile Elementary third graders work on roller coaster designs to see w hat works best In a STEM activity. At left, Peyton Green, Odaylyz Salas, Holt Carter and Em m a Woodruff-CArter; and at right, Jacob Rubin, Jacob Allen, Cathell Hawks and Joseph Hernandez. MES Third Graders Build Roller Coasters In STEM Activity Miss Hall and Mrs. Chunn’s kindergarten stu­ dents at Mocksviile Elemen­ tary School have been learn­ ing about hibernation and diversity. Students learned that not everyone looks alike on the outside, but are all the same on the inside. Two eggs were presented (one brown and one white). Students talked about how the eggs looked different and then students cracked the eggs open to reveal that they looked the same on the in­ side. They then discussed that the concept related to people. Students followed up with a writing about what it would be like if everyone looked the same. Angelina Etter and Mia White’s first grade class has been learning about penguins. The class compared fiction stories IikeTacky the Penguin to non-fiction penguin stories. Tacky the Penguin is a odd penguin that does not behave like the other penguins in the iceberg. Students created their own version of Tacky the Pen­ guin and enjoyed dressing up like Tacky. The class has been learn­ ing about contractions. In math, they have been learning about missing addends. They learned there is more than one way to come up with the answer. Students can use the count on model or the subtrac­ tion model to get the correct answer. Students have written sto­ ries about penguins and win­ ter. They learned the needs of a penguin and what the pen­ guin’s habitats looked like. They learned about the mom and dad’s roles in caring for an egg. Students learned there are 17 types of penguins. The class completed quarterly as­ sessments. Mrs. Fletcher's second graders have been studying weather. Students learned about the water cycle and that there are four types of precipitation: rain, sleet, hail­ stones and snow. Students read Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs and Thundercake. They wrote wacky weather stories about funny things that fell from the sky in their tow n.. In science, third grad­ ers have been studying force and morion. Students have been participating in STEM activities. STEM provides hands-on experiential learn­ ing that has curiosity piqued. They investigate solutions us­ ing critical thinking skills as they manipulate materials to solve a problem. The STEM activity shown in the photos is a roller coaster experience. They worked and re-worked the curves of their designs and tried over and over to make the coasters perform well. Mrs. McKnight’s fourth grade class has been reading Bunnicula.This is a novel that chronicles the adventures of the Monroe family and their pets, Harold the dog, Ches­ ter the cat, and Bunnicula the rabbit. The novel is narrated by Harold, the family dog. Students are enjoying the mystery and suspense in this novel. Mrs. Dotson’s fifth grad­ ers are studying figurative language. Students finished “I Am As” simile poems about themselves. They are study­ ing hyperboles and idioms,. In math they are finishing a unit on multiplying decimals. They are finishing a unit on the 13 colonies by creating colony balloons to represent the colonies they studied. Next is a unit on the Revolu­ tionary War. First graders learning about and dressing like 'Tacky the Penguin," from left: kneeling - M acey Barneycastle, Mikey Calloway, Noah H arper and Skylar Smith; standing - Ava Gary, Tyler Riley, M akenzie Gentry, Anna Koontz and C heyanne Peterson. D2 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , Thursday, Ja n . 22,201S Davie Schools Cooleemee Elem entary After writing to Santa at the North Pole first grade be­ gan studying other inhabitants and Ieam facts about Polar Bean. They also learned the North Pole is not a land mass. It is made up of frozen water and it shrinks every summer due to melting. Next they traveled to the South Pole and learned pen­ guins live here. They did not know there were so many kinds and sizes of penguins. Students are learning more about location by drawing and reading maps. Students finished compar­ ing numbers by looking at the tens place first. They can add and subtract numbers by tens and ones. They reviewed strategies. They continue working with common core standard RL. I which has them using story details to describe the characters, the setting and the major events of a story. Students are gaining greater insight to the story by focus­ ing in these areas and think­ ing about their interconnect­ edness. In math, second graders began a unit on graphing. Lessons included making and analyzing picture graphs, bar graphs, and line plots. Stu­ dents conducted surveys with classmates, recorded data by using tally marks, and made graphs to display their results. They read a story, “Dear Pri- mo,” about two cousins; one lived in the United States and the other in Mexico. Students made comparisons between their lives and the traditions and customs. Second grade classes will work with the me­ dia specialist, Mrs. Nieters, on ‘ biography reports. They will use the NC WiseOwl website to research famous Ameri­ cans. After writing about a famous person, students will record a video biography of what they learned. Thifd graders finished a unit on idioms and began to Ieam about cause and effect in reading. They read a story about the first flight, and de­ termined causes and effects throughout the story. In math, they continue to Ieam how to use the Distributive Property o f Multiplication. Students learned how to decompose numbers into small number that made it easier to multiply FARM FRESH PORKAOHatml g m Sn f b F S Iefwr om aaaar-BBJVBrr aommu Jerry & Clndy Foster (336) 998-7175 Please contact me in: MOCKSVILLE: (336) 751-8567 RALEIGH: (919) 733-5904 S tate Legislative Building , 16 W. Jo n es S treet, R m 1106 R aleigh, NC 2 76 01 -1 09 6 Email: juliah@ndeg.n8t Look Ior us on Faeebook at: RepJuIIaHoward Pm for Br JuuaBowmd S| by. They also worked with the Associative Property of Multi­ plication, and how to multiply by three numbers. In science, they began learning about the solar system, and have begun to work on a research project. The students pretend they are a space crew and go research a certain planet and report back their findings. Fourth graders continue to learn about and practice pat­ terns. Students used' blocks and other items to create and describe patterns. Mrs. Nich­ ols’ science class has been learning about fossils. Stu­ dents used chocolate chip cookies and toothpicks to practice excavating fossils. They mapped out the chips as they removed them. This ac­ tivity helped them understand how careful a paleontologist must be when working with fossils. In fifth grade math, stu­ dents are wrapping up a study of numerical expressions and beginning a study'on ordered pairs and input/output tables. In Mrs. Emert’s science class students finished a test on the human body systems with success and are learning about genetics with inherited traits and acquired traits. They are enjoying a study of figurative language in reading. Last week in PE, students played several fitness games . such as: Survivor Fitness, Kit­ ty Cat, SpaceTag, and Sharks and Minnows. Students did the fitness test for the second . time to see how much they can improve. Next is a two- week unit on bowling. Each student will learn the proper form and technique of how to bowl. February, they will be­ gin the Jump Ropes for Heart fundraiser. M ocksviile Elem entary Students of the Week: Emmy W ilcox, ,.B rid g e t Wooti, Jaden Godbey, Mor­ gan Adams,. .,Baylee: Keen, Lily Maynard, Hannah Hager, Cheyanne Peterson, Rafael Laguenes, Jacob Rubin, De- seree Turner, Makayla Duty, Elbys Olea-Vargas, Helen Garcia-Jimenez, Jaydelyn Torres-Adame and Tyier Bowman. Mocksviile Elementary Terrific Kids for January in grades K-2, from left: row 1 - Santiago Arroyo-Astudiliop Ellie Prillman, Dylan Hendrix, Beck Huffman, Star Colon-H errera1 Marleik Ellis, Dustin G arcia; row 2 - Johnathan Ram irez-Hernandez, Savannah Bullard, Jacob Harrison, K adean Wilds, Maddie Preston, William Crotts; row 3 - Em m a Boardwinel G race R atledgel Liliana M endoza, Ricky Plowman, M acey Bar- neycastle, Annie Benton, A’naya Smith; row 4 - Mia Clair Myers, Matthew Jones, Jon as Strickland, Ariel Ballard, G age W hitaker, Ryan Taylor. Mocksviile Elem entary Terrific Kids for January in grades 3-5, from left: row 1 - Jesy ca lavaroni, Kenadi Gentry, Michael Chunn, A sia Booe, Joseph Hernandez, Em m a W oodruff-Carter; row 2 - India Peters, Brandon W ood, M acKenzye Jenkins, Ayden Browning, Rachel Newnam, John Stokes; row 3 - Alejan­ dro R osas, Kiah Mathis, Monica Long, C aden Seaford, Drew Gledhill1 Cecilia Viera-Atwell; row 4 - Katie Shupe, Caleb Earnhardt, Rachel Barrow, Stella Brown, Ramiro Gutierrez, Izzy Humphries, Sam ayiah Sansbury; row 5 - Olivia Tatum , Max Junker. William R. Davie SMILE students, from left: front - Michael Arteaga, Brantlee Evans, Leighton Reavis, Haley W hittak- William R. Davie SMILE students, from left: front - Charlotte Ander- er, Jordan Bledsoe, Ayden G ienese; back - lmani Beasley, son, A nna Nelson, R eagan A nderson, Bryce Childress; back - Harley C hance Anderson, McKenzie Ellis, Mirian Rodriguez, Jas- A nderson, Sum m er Swicegood, Cody Byrd, Conner Keaton, Jadon min Tifft, Connor Phibbs. Davis, Austin McClure. P/ease join Davle Pregnancy “ fora Memorial Servicefor - the Pre-Born ^ \ $ * A servipe jjptent on closurp ahpl healing for T ^„those rjififiming t#e to$s b ftbe pre-boip Thursday, January 22 F.OO p m, Bldise Baptist Church 134 Blaise Church Rd MockevIlIeNQ I , 1 Forrriora Information contabt , ; Davle Pregnancy Car? Cantar . ;y..336,753.4673. pr email: daviepreg@yaarei.pet' WPFKTY SPFaAtS: Prices effective t/15/15 to U2I/15 Cilenamoiis Pawn &lc>vdi~vf! 1609 Lew isviIIe-C lem m ons Rd., C lem m ons 7 6 6 - 8 3 1 2 H rs. M -F 9-6 jS at 9-3 Q u ality O il C om pany, LLC is seeking an expe­ rienced, custom er service friendly Service Tech­ nician for its Propane D epartm ent. The Service Technician will be responsible for the installation o f above and below ground propane tanks, in­ stallation of gas lines, and perform ing repair and service m aintenance to propane appliances. Class B CDUs w ith H azm at endorsem ent and 2+ years of m aintenance experience is required. Propane experience is preferred but not required. W e offer com petitive pay and excellent benefits. Interested candidates should apply online at www.QOCNC.com. DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , T hursday, Jan. 22,2015 - D3 LEGAL NOTICES STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA LER of Davle County, NO, Iheun- Jerusalem Street; thence with Je- being sold subject to applicable Book 164, Page 600 aforesaid nances that the^Davie County COUNTY OF DAVIE derslgned does hereby notify all rusalem Street to the beginning, Federal and State laws. records. Board of Commissioners will hold . CREDITORS NOTICE persons, firms and corporations being Lot Number Slxty-Flve (65) A cash deposit or cashier's Less and Except that tract of a ^ c ea » nouia HAVING. QUALIFIED as Ex- having claims against the estate In the plot of O.C. Wall Company check ,no personal checks) of land conveyed to Garry 0. Liv- ^lssfoners Hoom ot tne uavie. _.ecutor of the Estate of JOHN of said decedent to exhibit them land. nVe percent (5%) of the pur- engood and wife, Yvonne A. County Admimstratio g LEONARD WALKER, late ol to the undersigned on or before The above described lands chase price, or seven hundred Livengood, by deed recorded located at iZ3boutn Main ■ Davle County, this Is to notify all the 15thday of April, 2015, orthis were conveyed to grantors by fifty dollars ($750.00), whichever 06/14/2002 In Book 424 Page 974 Mocksviile, NC on Monday, Fe persons, firms and corporations notice will be pleaded In bar of r.g . Turner, at al Trustees of the |S greater, will be required at the aforesaid records. ruary 2,2015 at 6:00pm to hear having claims against said Estate their recovery. AU persons, firms Free Mission Faith Undenoml- ' time of the sale. Belnglhepropertyconveyed the following requests: to presanUwrltten claim to the and corporations Indebted to said nated. Anorderforpossesslonofthe InW arrantyDeedfromCharles Zoning Map Amendment. • • undersigned; on. or before April estate will please make Immedl- For Back T|,|0 See Deed Book prop0fty may be Issued pursu- Addison Wood, Single to Gar- Luis Blanco has applied to re-. ■ 144, Page 132 and Deed Book ant t0 q s 45-21.29 In favor of ry Dean Livengood And Wife, zone a 6 acre tract from R-20 , 143, Page 670, Davle County lh0 purChaser and against the Yvonne Allen Livengood, dated Resldentlal-20 to H-B Highway. .Registry. These tracts are Iocat- party or parl|es |n possession by 10/29/2007, recorded 10/30/2007, Business. The subject property Is . ed at 122 Lonnies Way, Mocks- the c]erk of sup0rtor court of the In Deed Book 734 Page 965 In located on the west side of Rain-vllle, Davie County, North Caro- county m which the property Is the Register of Deeds for Davle bow Road at 211 Rainbow Road. ' Iina and adjoining lot and are . 80ld County, North Carolina. The property is further describedhmh.r IdenIIflQd . . Tax Parcel, ^ ^ ^ ^ J M ^ a , Da^e Ccunty Tax Parcel property pursuant to a rental sole discretion, delay the sale E60000004601. agreement entered into or re- for up to one hour as provided In T— *------•*- 8, 2015,-(Selng three [3) months ate payment to the undersigned. IromtfieDirstdayofpubIlcatIonof This the 15lh day of January, this ndHSe) or this notice will be 2015. pleaded.tirbar of their recovery. MichaelD. Troxler AU persons; firms and corpora- Executor of the Estate tlons Indebted to said Estate will 324 Clay Flynt Rd. please, make Ihimedlate payment Kernersvllle, NC 27284 to the undersigned. This the 29Ih day of December,2014. JOHN STEPHEN WALKER 118 KeIIyAvenue Mocksviile, NC 27028 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Publish: Jan.15,22,29;Feb.5 m-5-9, 0-30 and 31. The sale shall be made subjectCAilFOR id all Bd va'orarn or o'hor tajes.r after October 1, NCGS §45-21.23. P R d P n S A lS 2°°7' ”” y ‘"“ r n0' Should Ihe prcperl, be pur- Iha Zoning Ordlnanos ,. ,55.028r llU rU o H lO strlctlons of record, and any other t(M Qf sajS| t0rmtnate the rental chased by a third party that party Setbacks. & VAN HUY, LLK Smart Start of Davle County, ^ t fort" In me aDOve sat agreemen, upon 10 day8' written must pay th0 exC|se tax, as well Text Amendment. The Board AttorneysatLaw 'nc. Isseeklng proposals from urderenereo "Pn' ^ notice to the landlord. Uponter- as the court costs of Forty-Five will review a text amendment In IOCourtSquare agencies or organizations Inter- anv mlnatlon of a rental agreement. Cents ($045) per On0 Hundred the Zoning Ordinance to 155.148,Mocksviile, NC 27028 ested In providing services to ^ n tY 01W * 'n 9 Y th0 lenant Is liable for rent due DoNars ($10o.00) required by 155.029 regarding height limits Publish: Jan.8,15,22 children birth to 5 In Davle Coun- under the rental agreement pro- NCGS §7A-30B(a)(l). for lighting— ty from 7/1/2015-6/30/2016. Ser- Vlronmental condition of the real rated t0 the el(0Cttve dat0 of the a „ 'orugntmg ■*“ “ - —...— 1^ termination Thepropertytobeofferedpur- Thepubllclsinvitedtoatlendsuant to this notice of sale Is be- the hearing at which time there If the trustee Is unable to con- )ng 0ffered for sale, transfer and will be an opportunity to be heard ! 1 ......1.1. [0 Jhts property for any conveyance "AS IS, WHERE IS." |n favor of, or In opposition to, . STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA vices Include: coordination of Mt- estate sold. COUNTY OF DAVIE eracY programs providing books The highest bidder at tne sateCREDITORS NOTICE t0 children; overseeing resource may be required to make deposit HAVING QUALIFIED as Execu- HhrarYi credentlaled health pro- by cash or check of up to five per- , - '.UIivoyain-O <->u iu, n., .w. m javor OI1 or III uppuaiuuii iu, . Ot''!!. I S S rSIioiST H Y Ie-SSomTeTo- PTOW. be'eilh ind omt (5%) Il Ola Md.'or *750.00. ™ » e . “» s ° t o ° l «“ NeItBer theTruotee berth, holder , bovl |Bm>, As , ol . . CAROLE.MARTIN DRAUGHN « « , oonsultetlon. eduoetloo, whichever Is greeter, at the time 8,lh8no“ f c“,e'1 W be Oee"of the puMte hearingi ,„o„.ntl.l Iefe oti s m E w M . Ts to and assistance to ..,Iy care pro- the hid I. accepted, end the re- Cta"S8S ml“M notlfv all Bersons firms arid cor- vlders; technical assistance to maining balance upon confirma- eY • HnWruotev 9 foreclosed, nor the officers, a(jvertised proposal, reflecting ‘ poratioris having'claims against child care centers; comprehen- tion of the sale. petition prior to the confirmation Jg0hS o r Authorized r e p r e S ^ Sections, debate and discus- • said ESthte to present written sive parenting program through Thesalewll be reported to the ^fth0 J l0andr9Instatementof K f X r t S T r u s t e r o r t h e slon at lhe hearing. Additional, claim KTthe undersigned on or home visits developmental CourtandwIHremaInopen fo th0 |0an without the knowledge KoTdIr of the nSte make Iny rep- InformatlonisavaIIabIeattheDe-.before April 8, 2015, (being three screenings, and group meetings advance or upset for a period of , „ the va|,dl( of ,he <ne' a^W P ve|opn,ent services Department't) months from the first day of for families; community education ten (10) days. . . u resenianon or warranty reimn y nri hot WMn n-ao a.m.v, ...w ........ / — — resenianon or wariamy reiminy , . . B.or, »t°i inuiiiiis Hum mo iiisn “<*x u, •- - - ........ sa|e |S cha||0nged by any party, l0 lha titi0 or anv nhvsical envl- , 0 weekdaYs between 8.30 apublication of this notice) or this ,or ,uluro 9row,h and develop- Th[s th0 elh day of January. lhe trustee |n their sole dlscre- ronrT10nia| health or safety condl- and 5:00 pm or by I0lePhone at o.in n ; .u .d .d I. he. el ment: and monitor and evaluate on<c .. . ,,., ..... .. ___u_„____ ronmemai, nuaiui ui aaiuiy uu, u, .enxnnotice will be pleaded In bar ol ment; and monitor and evaluate 2015. their recovery. AU persons, firms effectiveness of programs ad- Qrady L. McClamrock, Jr. and corporations Indebted to said ministered by SSOC. Please call Nq sb #7866 Estate w'iOlease make immedi- 336-751-2113 for more informa- commissioner—.......... . . . —''!-I*'—vw.dav/esmarts/art - - - - .......... tion, If they believe the challenge t|ons existing fn. on, at or relating I33®) 753-6050. to have merit, may request the to the property being offered for AndrewMeadweII court to declare the sale to be sa|0, and any and all responslbill- Planning Department ^ ; ate payniSrit to the undersigned. Hon or visit wmv.Oavtesmartsian, 16i South Main Street purchaser will have no further any way r e la t^ ccm- Thls tfK29th day of December, orgforanajipJIcajlon. Mocksvl^e; North £ y o |lna,27°20 f0medy____________________ dltfon expressly are disclaimed. NORTH CAROLINAPublish: January 15,22 Telephone: (336) 751-7502 Fax: (336) 751-9909 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA Posted on January 0,2015 COUNTY OF DAVIE Publish: January 22, JanuaryNOTICE TO CREDITORS 29,2015 HAVING QUALIFIED as Execu­ tor of the Estate of LINDSAY RAY state OF NORTH CAROLINA LUPER, late of Davle County, county OF DAVIE this is to notify all persons, firms n u * ||IIE n UI1TIPE and corporations having claims HIHMIItll HUlIwB HAVING-QUALIFIED . . Ex- «"'"=■ “ Be » pr.s.nt OF FORECLOSURE SAIE ecutor s ,:» . Eslal. Ol HENRY ” rtlle" C >lm 1° J * 14SE108TiiRiJFB''f*RATT<t Ista nf Da- on or before April 15, 2015, (be- Uia r oiJnfv this is’to notify all Ing three [3] months from the first Under and by virtue of theoersons-firms and corporations day of publication of this notice) power of sale contained In aP. ,___ -Ji j r .,.,. nr this notice will be pleaded In certain Deed of Tntsl made by 2014.BartaraSaMt, Executorpt the Estate 109 Oak-Waf Ct. MocksviTiefNC 27026 ^Publish: Jan.8,15,22,29 STATED3ENORTH CAROLINA COUNT£OF DAVIE CREDITORS NOTICE to S fm e S c e V .^ AU persons, Kerrl E. T.lc.riglo end R.mon on or before Aorll ,lfms and corporations indebted T. Talmanglo, wife and husband ‘ » »«“ El,*to Will p i.... m .«. I. Devld Brown, Tru.l..(s), del.. Irom th d 'k td .y ol publlc.tlon ol Immedl.l. pevme.t I. m . und.r- h i l l day ol,July. 2008, and this notldp);or this notice will be slSned- pleadedjp'bar of their recovery. ' * SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE Also, this property is being sold DAVIECOUNTY SERVICES, INC. suP|0Ct t0 a|| taxes, special as- k lA T I P E SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE sessments, and prior liens or H U I l i f t —w, rT'0 ' BoxJ,02^ encumbrances of record and any pu b lic SALE: Moekavllle Mini.4317 Ramsey Street recorded releases. Said properly Storage intends to sell the con-Fayetteville, North Carolina (s atso be|ng S0ld SUbJect to ap- ten(s o) !he following units In an „ , . , . , ! plicable Federal and State laws, attempt to satisfy the unpaid rent'https^/sales.hutchenslawflrm.com * cash dePosh or cashier s and expenses. Case No: 1129263 (FC.CH) check (no personal checks) of Jrias1CrystaICockerham Publish-Jan 22 29 five percent (5%) of the purchase #150, Sammie Clement price, or seven hundred fifty dol- #77> ^ ary pea| peeler Iars ($750.00), whichever is great- #241, Amanda Creel er, will be required at the time of Jftosi Tammy Myers the sale.AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSORE SALE AU persons, firms and corpora­tions Indebted to said Estate will please maite immediate payment 1903Jericho ChurchRoad r ..WWWM., . ' MAtE-VquIIIo Nn 9709»to the undersigned.This iF&29th day of December. 2014. -XXT.- DavIdBZGrotts, Executor of the Estate 164 Gumberry Lane, Mocksviile, NC 27028 -Publish: Jan.8,15,22,29 An order for possession of the property may be issued pursu­ ant to G.S. 45-21.29 In favor of Underandbyvirtueofthepow- th0 pufchas0r and against the — ol saI0 contained in a certain rt nartios In nn«iK»ss!on hv recOrded In Book 671, Page 703 De0d of Trus, made by Garry 0 . R l f S S ^ o f the This the 12th day of January, in Davle c ounty Regjstry1 North Livengood and wife, Yvonne A. CQunty !n wh)ch the property Is Household items. No persona/ checks PUBLIC SALE DATE: January 30,2015 AT 1:00 P.M. 124 Eqton Road, Mocksviile (336)751-2483PubIlstvJan. 22,29 Carolina, default having been uvanaood fGarrv Dean Uven-made In the payment of the note good aka Garry D. Livengood, STATE OF NORTH CARCILINA thereby secured by the said Deed deceased) (PRESENT RECORD Any person who occupies the COUNTY OF DAVlEMocksviile, NC 27020 of Trust and the undersigned, OWNER(S): Garry Dean Llv- property pursuant to a rental NOTICE TO CREDITORS MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Substitute Trustee Services, Inc. engood and Yvonne Allen Liv- agreement entered into or re- HAVING QUALIFIED as tx- AttomeysatLaw having been substituted as Trust- enaood> to Rhonda T. Puckett, newed on or after October I, ecutor ot the Estate of JESSIE10 Court Square ee In said Deed ot Trust by an Trustee(s). dated the 3rd day of 2007, may after receiving the no- ELOISE STEPHENS, 1«'" nf !Publish: Mocksviile. NC 27020 Instrumentdulyrecordedinlhe November 2008 and recorded ..tlce of sale, tefmlpate the rental Davle County, this Is to .notify,^. 8h:-Jan.15,22.29;Feb.5 :; Office ofthe.Reglsfer of Deedsof . fn-Bdpl?774. Page 818, In lD aM :'aSreerrlef^ upon 10 days’written persons, firms and corporations NORTH CAROLINA DAVIECOUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE Pvarutor SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION BEFORE THE CLERK 2014 SP 45 NOTICE OF SAU OF REAI PROPERTY STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having: qualified for the Estate of Aaron M. Rose,(aka Aaron Rose, Aaron Milton Rose) of Advance, Davie County,NC, the undersigned does hereby notify all persons, firms and cor­ porations having claims against ROBERT L. SINCLAIR, the estate- of said decedent to Personal Representative exhibit themrto the undersigned of the Estate of at P.O. Drawer 25008, Winston- RICKY DALE MCCRARY, SR. Salem,”’ North Carolina 27114- Petitioner .5008,dnorbeforethe15ihdayof April, 2015, or this notice will be pleaded Iq bar of their recovery. RICKY DALE MCCRARY, JR. AU persons, firms and corpora- and wife, CHRISTINA LYNN tlons Indebted to said estate will THOMAS MCCRARY, please make Immediate payment CHRYSTAL GAYLE MCCRARY to the undersigned. „This the15th day of January, DAVIE COUNTY HOSPITAL, and 2015. MlchaelRose 606 Merlon Avenue Havertown, PA 19083 Beginning In forks of Sparks and Rlvervlew Road, Reginald Seaford’s home lot Northeast Seaford, Northwest comer of La- verne S. Gaither; thence North 57 deg. East 5.07 chains to an Iron. Laveme S. Gaither corner; GRADY L. MCCLAMROCK, JR. Respondents < By authority contained In - Order Appointing Commissioner Advance, NC 27006 Snnrl claims to: and Order of Sale for Real Prop- Parcel ID: C8-010-A0-237 Estate of Aaron M. Rose erty entered on April 2 2014, by Tnjstea ma in th0 Tmste0.8 Michael Rose, Executor the Honorable Ellen E. Drechsler, 8Q|e d|SCfet|on delay the sale c/o Neal E. Tackabery Clerk of Superior Court, Grady L. fQf t0 on0 houf as provlded in . Blanco Tackabery S McClamrock, Jr., Commissioner, NCGg §45.21 23Matamoras, P.A. does offer for sale to the high- 3PO Drawer25008 est bidder at public auction to be Shouldthepropertybepur- . Winston-Salem. NC held at the courthouse door of the chased by a third party, that party comer; >he"ce do«" “ X S27114-5000 Davle County Courthouse, 140 must pay the excise tax, as well C0nter'of ’jvervlew RoadSouth Publish: Jan.15,22,29;Feb.5 South Main Street. Mocksviile, as the court costs of Forty-Five ^ ,tn« n««1^iwDavie County, North Carolina, Cents ($0.45) per One Hundred In road and in the line of Reginald STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 27028, on Monday, February 2, Dollars ($100.00) required by COUNTY OF DAVIE 2015 at 11:00 AM, the following NCGS §7A-308(a)(1). NOTICE TO CREDITORS described real property, located The prop0rty to be offered Lauame a Mannar corner Having qualified as Executor at 122 Lonnies Way, Mocksviile, pursuaht to this notice ol sale Is thenc0 North 2g deq West 3 12 for the Estate ol MARY THOMP- Davle County, North Carolina, being offered for sale, transfer t0 an lron Laverne Gaith SON HESTER of Davle County. 27028, and being further deslg- and conveyance “AS IS, WHERE NO, the undersigned does hereby nated as Tax Map M-5-9, Parcel is ; Neither the Trustee notify all persons, firms and cor- B-30 and 31: holder of the note secure porations having claims against Lot #73, this lot sold to E.L. deed of trust/security agreement, the estate of said decedent to Freeman and others. Bounded as or both, being foreclosed, nor exhibit them to the undersigned follows: viz, beginning at a stone the officers, directors, attorneys, on or before the 15th day of |n corner ol Lot #72 on Orchard employees, agents or autho- April, 2015, or this notice will be street running East 150 Feet to a rized representative of either the [ j^ t o ’a walnurMaxln'rCorre» pleaded In bar of their recovery. st0ne corner of Lot #60; thence Trustee or the holderof the note comer th0nc0 wj[h Sparks RoadAll persons, firms and corpora- North SOfeetto a stone corner of make any representation or war- flnd ^ axjna Corf0n |ine 1420 tlons Indebted to said estate will Lot #69; thence West 150 feet to ranty relating to the title or any chajns [Q ,h0 beginri|ngi coma|n.please make Immediate payment a stone, Orchard Street, corner physical, environmental, health f 3 75 acf0S mor0 Qf )0SS and to the undersigned. of Lot #73, running East 150 feet or safety conditions existing In, p ’ Lo[ No '2 of th0 div|S|on o( This the 15th day of January, to a stone In Broadway Avenue; on, at or relating to the property th 0 |a ndofT j Seafordassur- 2015. • thence West with Broadway Av- being offered for sale, and any d b Sarr, Ta|b0rt R S !n Christine H. Evans enue to the beginning. and all responsibilities or IIabiIi- D0cember 1951. Togetherwith Executor ot the Estate gee peed Book 31, page 10, ties arising out of or In any way [mprovarnerits thereon said prop- 811 Wrights Farm Rd. DavIeCountyRegistry. relating to any such condition ex- ert |Ocat0d at 207 Rlvervlew Winston-Salem, NC 27103 BEGINNINGatastoneW est pressly are disclaimed. Also, this Road Advanc01 North Caro- Publish: Jan.15,22,29;Feb.S sid0 of j 0fUsa[em Street, run- property Is being sold subject to |[nas s r * * . , 5 8 T ^ J r . Less >nd E>cept iM o, S S g g S i g m * , s x r j a r j y n s j y s - < 5 - - - * —HavlngquallfiedasExecutorfor stone; ,h8nc0 East 150 feet t0 the Estate of DELANE S. TROX- Datrie County,'North Carolina and c'Ounty'R0gjstry^North Carolina, notice to the landlord. Uponter- having claims against said Estatethe holder of the note evidencing d0fau|t having been made In the minatlon of a rental agreement, to present written claim to the. said Indebtedness having dl- payment 0f the note thereby se- l"e tenant is liable for rent due undersigned on or before Aprilrected that the Deed of Trust be cufed by the said Deed of Trust under the rental agreement pro- 22, 2015, (being three [3] months foreclosed, the undersigned Sub- and lh0 und0rsigned, Substitute rated to the effective date of the from the first day of publication of stltuleTrusteewillofferforsaleat Xrustee services Inc. having termination. this notice) or this notice will be the courthouse door In the City of been subst|tuted as Trustee In Jf the truS|ee |S unab!e to con- Pleaded in bar ol lhei’ fecovery- Mocksviile, Davle County, North sa,d Deed of Trust by an instflJ. ,it|0 , lflfs pfoperty for any AU Persons, firms and corpora-. Carolina, or the customary Ioca- ment du,y recofded in the office reason, the sole remedy of the lions indeb'6d 10 sa d Es,a,e w11tion designated for foreclosure of the Register of Deeds of Da- purchaser Is the return of the de- please make fmmecflate payment sales, at 1:45 PM onFebruan/3, vie county. North Carolina and posit. Reasonsof such Inability to 1 0 uh I?'9heb‘ , 2015 and will sell to the highest th0 holder of the note evldenc- convey Include, but are not limited Thls 1 22nd day 0 January, bidder for cash the following real |ng said Indebtedness having di> t0, the filing of a bankruptcy petl- 2015' _estate situated In the County of rected that the Deed of Trust be t|on pr|or to the confirmation of R°9°rG. wf °*en, Davie, North Carolina, and being foreclosed, the undersigned Sub- th0 sale and reinstatement of the SxacutoroftheEatate JtItuteTrusteewilIoffer (orsaieat |0an without the knowledge of the ? ^ “ s. ® p[^ens the courthouse door In the City of trustee. If the validity of the sale 353 Jurxfy,°£I D Mocksviile, Davle County, North |S challenged by any parly, the Mocksvllle- 27048 ton Subdivision Phase 2A, as Carolina, or the customary Ioca- trustee, In their sole discretion, same Is shown on map thereof tlon designated for foreclosure if tfiey believe the challenge to __ UrtBTUrecorded In Map BookBatPage sales, at 1:45 PM on February 3, have merit, may request Ihecourt OF NORTH CAROLINA 149, Davle County, North Caro- 2015 and will sell to the highest t0 deC]are the sale to be void and b o u n ty Uh UAVifcllna. bidder for cash the following real return the deposit. The purchaser ADMINISTRATOR c ta Rflferanee- Book 629 es,a,e si,ua,ed ln <he Towpship of will have no further remedy.DeedReterence. Book 649 in the County ot Davle, North Carolina,' and being > particularly described t follows: Being all of Lot 237 of Kinder-Publish: Jan.22,29;Feb.5,12 Page 499 The Improvements thereon be- particulariy described as follows: In, known as 1,7 Mills,... L.n., A|| ^ ^ aln parcj, of |<na situated In Fulton Township, Da­ vie County, North Carolina and more particularly described as follows: er's corner; thence North 63 deg. is. r,el'ner ,neJ'“0,ie* E a s t 3.21 chains to hackberry, pursuant to the requirements of Uia no,, secured L, <ama Ga|m„ Krtlua o, ^ ptar ,S3.A North 82 deg. East 6.41 chains to of the Qeneral Statutes of North an Iron on West bank of branch, c ar0|lna and Section 155.251 of Laverne Gaither comer in Bud DavIs line; thence up branch 90 NOTICE SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE . » ' " " " S i : .SERVICES INC r°r CTA of the Estate of JANICE SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE HEQE C? “ PBE|-1L' ; 8C8“ ,a - - PO Box 1028 of Davie County, North Carolina,- 43,7 Ramsey Slr.., « ■ ls “ nolllV 811 p” sono h" - ; Fayetteville, N.rlh C.rolln. '"8 .Wms .gams, ..id .slate to 28311 Present them ,0 the undersigned https:/lsales.niiIchenslawflrm. » °°to™ «» E2nd “ V,0'"com APrl1, 2Q15' hein9 lhree months C ss. Ne: 1,28559 (EC. FAY) * • « st “ V ol P°«i“ «0" ol Publish: Jan. 22.29 '"is notic. at Ihls nolle, will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said es­ tate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned.This the 22nd day of January, 2015.Tlna Downing, Administrator CTA 15 Woodmere Crossing Courl St. Charles, MO 63303 Piedmont Legal Associates, PA HOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR THE FOLLOWING ZONING AMENDMENTS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, the Davie County Code of Ordl- Lynne Hicks, Attorney for Estate NC Bar #011125 124 West Depot Street Mocksviile, NC 27028 (336)751-3312 Publish: Jan.22,29;Feb.5,12 , V ^ o r t h w o o d ^ APARTMENTS NEWLY RENOVATED ■ StudiopI and 2 Bedrooms ' APARTMENTS 800 Northridge Court Mocksviile, NC 27028 (338)751-4141 www.northwoodapts-nc.com • Pool/Coffee Bar ■ DVD Library GREAT SPECIALS! 3 D4 ■: DAVIE CO UNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan'. 22,2015 Dateline Fundraisers Awana,every Wed.cvening6:30- in commissioners chambers, 2nd DavicCountyDiabetcsSupport Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Farmington ComputerCiasses-aredWilable, 8 p.m. at Eagle Heights Church, floor,DavicAdministration Bldg., Group.firstThurs.ofcveiymonth, Community Center. call for information. - Saturday, Ja n . 24 The Life & Teaching or Jesus, 123 S. Main Street. 7-8:30 p.m., at Davie Co. Public HELPS M inistries. Christian Arthritic Exercise - every other C ountry ham breakfas, prcscntedbyMocksvilleSeventh- Davie Beekeepers Association, library Small Conference Room, recovery program for women Wed. 10:30 a.m. .. Union Chanei M ethodist 'DayAdventist Church, Mon. & second Thurs. of every month, 7 inf0:751-8700. sexuallyabusedaschildren.Mon- Line Dancing, M onday 9:45 ITQfim N nf 1-dTl Mocks- Thurs. a t7 p.m .,at407 Milling p.m ..412 N. Main Street (First Davie Co. Hospital Auxliary, days,7:30p.m.,41 courtSquare, a.m.,Wednesdays,I IUfiTm . •ii £ m in c-7 a i, Rd., Mocksviile. Free admission. Bapt. Church). Visitors welcome, every second Tues., in board Room2I0. Low Impact Acrobie£2Cues. & ville, 6:30-lU a.m. * / aauits, pQr info; 704-876-3665. To find out more info: www.da- room,6 p.m. MocksvillcCivitanClub,.7p.m., Thurs., 11 a.m. “'T T $4 children age 10. Also eggs, . _ viebeekeepers.org Gold Wing Touring Associa- 2nd&4thMondays,atFirstPres- FitnessEquipmentRoom-opcn sausage, grits, gravy, apples S O Q C I c ll E V Q n t S DCNctworks,7:45-9 a.m.sccond tion, Red Pig Barbecue, Greasy byterinnChurch. Mom-Thurs. 8 a.m. til 8 p.m. and biscuits. Pick-up orders C atiirdav Ja n 2 4 Tues.eachmonth.Location:Davic Corner, N.C. 801 at U.S. 601, 6 Cooleemee Memorial VFW Post Fridays 8 a.m. til 5 p.m. & Sot. 9 are available by calling 753- PinJ m nntDnhbitFnncicrsAs. Co. Public Library, Mocksviile. .p.m. 284-4799. 1119,2ndSat.,10a.m.,VFWHall, a.m. til I p.m. 1772. sociatlon ^ow C entraID avb Networking/referrals group hosted Cooleemee Recreation Associa- N.C.801. Thble Tbnnis - every Jues. 1-4 W pHnfiiQHau Ian Pft r.um TnmnhellRnnd Mocksviile by Davie County Chamber of tjon,Zachary House, IstTuesday1 CorintliianLodgeNo. I7F&AM, p.m.W e d n e s d a y , Ja n . dO Commerce. For info: 336-751- 7 • 2nd,4th Frid.ys,7:30 p.m. „t Ih= Art.Mondny, 9 n.m. tiL12 p.m. “ »• TheArtist Group, Davie County iodg, M Chi, Toesdnys M hforsess-1st M ethodist Family Life T U SS day, Ja n . 2.1 Davic Chamber Networks, 4th Library,7p.m.IastTues.CallBon- Mocksviile Lodge No. 134, 1st siondates) Center, North Main St., 5:30 Red Cross Bloodmobile, 2-6:30 Tues. each month, Hampton Inn, nie at 998-5274. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. at the lodge. Woodcarving, Wed. 9-11 a.m. p.m. Proceeds to Honduras pjn., Davie County Public Li- Bermuda Run, 11:45 a.m.-l p.m. Center Community Develop- Cooleemee Cl vitan 's Club Meet- SiIverHealthlMon.,Tues., Wed., MissionTrip.. braty, N. Main St., Mocksviile. Networking/referrals group hosted menti 3rd Mon., 7 p.m. Com- ing,lstand3rdMon.eachmonth,7 8:30a.m. ■•••;«••••, S atu rd ay Ja n 31 Ja n . 27, Feb. 3 byDavieChamberofCommerce. munity Bldg. p.m.,CivitanProperty,801North, Yoga, call for dates and sessions. Pancake SunDer benefit for Sales Academy, designed for Info: 751-3304.small businesses, 8:30-10:30a.m„ Davie Quiltcrs Guild, 3rd Mon. S h c rn D yson, who is ngnting DavieMedicalCentef>fourIhfloor, ofeachmonth,forinfo:492-2000. cancer, 5-8 p.m.t Sheffield- _ , , ,„ , . , „ e „ BermudaRun.$15.751.3304.Calahaln Community Center, _ 174 Turkeyfoot Rd., Mocks- O n g o in g ville. Donations. Family to Fam.ly 2014 Courses, Saturday, Feb. 14 NAMl-NW Piedmont (affiliate Breakfast, Mocksviile First 0f National Alliance on Mental every m ’ Cooleemee Town Board, 3rd Cooleemee. DancePartyAerobics,S:30p.m. Monday,TownHall,6p.m.unless Davle Co. Multiple Sclerosis on Tues. & Thurs. otherwise noted. Support Group, 2nd Mon. of SiIverHealth,Mon.,Wed.,&Fn. Triumph Parenting Classes, N0rtil Cooleemee and Clark each month, 6 p.m., at new hos- at 8:30 a.m. Wednesdays, 10:30 a.iru, call for Road Council,2nd Wednesday.7 pital, Bermuda Run. For info: R e p o rt D av le D a te lin e info: 751-5636.' p.m.MeetingindilTerentmembers 336-972-6673. Item sB yN oonO nM onday Humane Society of Davie Co., homes. ItemsforDavicDateliaftshould. . . Humane auuviy oi i/u,ii* vu>, homes. a ■ N A M t^t^W ^m onrSfnffiliate monlhlJr meelinSs 2nd Tues’ Davie Domestic Violence Scr- O G n i Q l S bereportcdbynoonMondayofthe and Rape Crisis Center. All SeniorActivities take place at publication week. Cali..751'-2120urcaKiast, nuocKsviuc n is i ot iNationa a nance on Memai , , . _ . _nl c , D . r , _ . _ _ c • c • i -------------------Proshvtcrian 7-10 am to IlinesslParticioantsmvbefamily/ Adoption Center, 291 Eaton Rd. Offersweeklysupportgroupfor Davtc County Senior Services o- ordropitbytheoffice,atS. ■_ c. ra- o- oi- wj,h Call 751-5214 for info. domestic violence & sexual as- catedat 278 Mcroncy St.,Mocks- St. across from the courthobenefit Big Brothers Big Sis- friend of person diagnosed with .. Scrambled eggs, bacon, mental illness. Classes country ham. sausage, cooked “ -May * Monday 6-8:30 6 p. Family & Friends of the Men- sauit victims. The group meets ville unless otherwise noted. Call tally IH Support Group, 2nd and cvcry Tues evenjng from 5:30-7 753-6230. apples, grits, milk gravy, bis­ cuits, beverages. Hillsdale Bapt. Church, Advance. At The Brock The following is a list of at n. Pleasecallofficeforlocat ion, Sunday, Ja n . 25 Bring A Friend Sunday, Bai­ ley's Chapel Methodist. Sunday North Main Street, Mocksviile. School, 10 a.m., worship at 11, Forinformationaboutanyofour followed by soup and sandwich ArtWorks projects or to join the meal. Churchwidc Birthday Party, visual (jamcs Baptist, after Ii n.m. arts council administrative office worship service. Bring a favorite at 336-751-3112. soup or stew, combread, sand- A f-fW orkS wiches or soft drink. Desserts provided. ,• CofTcc (® Cornutzcr (Chris­ tian coffeehouse), Comatzer Methodist, 7 p.m. Entertain­ ment by Risen Son. Visitors are r O nqoingHillsdale Bapt. Church, Advance. 75'].3450. Sr. Lunchbox, M.T.W, 11:30 Call 751-5441 for info. Sons of Confederate Veterans, a m -j-j, & pfj _ jj a m _ |unch Advance Garden Club, 2nd lstMonday,CooleemeeHistorical served daily Tues. each month, Hillsdale Bapt. Building, 7 p.m. Quilting Club, every Monday, Church,US 158,1:30p.m t..—portunitiesforeveryonctoenjoyat ’ , T t rhll . Mockwille Rotoiy UBb, luea- 10a.m. the Brock PerformingArtsCenter, * Club- meets l s l Thurs7 days, 12:05 p.m., EnergyUmted SKIPBO, Wednesdays, I p.m. Chairs of Hope Exhibit, Janu- 6;45p.m.,Sagebrush,US601 N„ ary.ponsored by Daniel Furniture Mocksviile. For info: 408-8898. Sc Electric in collaboration with Women welcome. Dragon Fiy House. Artists pur- DnvieHistorical&Gcncalogical chase an adult slatted seat chairor Society,4lhThurs.,7 p.m., Davie . . f „ .. a child rocker from for $25, then Library. - -j'?™0 1 iAA .°oL!P make ,he chair in,° an original Al-AnoiiFamiIyGroup,atMace- work of art. The chairs will be doniaMoravianChurch,N.C.801 exhibited in the Brock Gallery N., Advance, Sundays 8 p.m., (in where the public is invited to place fellowship hall). Al-Anon is a a vote per day for the “People’s groupthathelpsfamilies&friends Choice Award”. AU chairs will be of alcoholics, part ofasilent auction on Feb. 13 Cooleemee Womens Civitan at WinMock with proceeds going club, meets 4th Thurs. of each to Dragon Fly House. monthi 7 p,m. Cooleemee First F eb . 14 Bapt. fellowship hall, 204 .Mar- Original Beach Boy David gthal ’St., Cooleemee. All of each monih, 6 p m. boord, 7 E taE fin C o v tr.ll2 S .M i.tai, Scrapbooking. every 2nd Tucs- " "i. general. At Hardison United St., Mocksviile. day,2p.m. Farmington Masonic Lodge Frc’e Blood Pressurc checks, once a month, at 10:30 a.m. in the the lodge. Nutrition Site. Davie Co. United Way Board singing Seniors Chorus, Thurs-of Directors, 4th Monday. 5:30 dayS iB a_m B™Ck ^ enter Annex’ Conf. s crabble, I p.m. every Monday. ‘ Tbxas HoId’Em -Thursdays, I Methodist Church.HnworKS proiecis or iu JUiu mu _ . — n ..............° — ---------------XhSTSrhpCy:opportunities, call the . ' . _ .. . - in Davie Co. courthouse. Davie Co. Republican Men’s Federation, second Tltursday of cvcry month, meal 6 p.meetmS Room 208. Davie HighAthlctic Boosters,3rd Monday. 7 p.m., school cafeteria. gr Book Q ubj every thjrd Tucs. Farmington Ruritan Club, 2nd of [he mon[h> 2:30 p m Cedar Ridge Apartments 1 00 0 H ard ison S tree t M ocksviile. N C 2 7 0 2 8 Elderly H o useho ld s':(Pprsons 62, handicap ordhabied) 1 and 2 Bedroom Apargfldnts Accessible Units^l- P lease Cal!,*: 336-751-02Jg6'; TDD/TYY#"' [1] 800-735-2962 "ThH I* an Equal OppoijIIhny VV Provldw * Employer* »“ I B a EQvxLsotswsorronvNny" and fun. I244 Comatzer Road, - Mocksviile. Visit www.cor- nalzerumc.com or call 998-0687. Greater Mt. Moriah Mission­ ary Baptist 9th anniversary. Rev. Anthony Woodruff at Il a.m., lunch at 1:30, the Rev. Joe B. Clark at3 p.m. Bethany Baptist state ot the church repnrt by Rev. Timothy Wolf, 162 Hillsdale West Drive, CHAD CARPENTER'S T U N D R A Advance. Feb. 13-14 Lets Get Real Marriage Con­ ference, Cornerstone Chris­ tian Church. 1585 NC 801 N. Marks, along with other Beach/"ladies.inyitcd. Boys from the past will sing fa- Stitch-In.agatheringofcraftersat vorite tunes as Surf City All-Stars. Mocksviile Library ,-second Wed. of each month. 7-8:15 p.m. Bring your portable project an all your best tips and tricks to share. Info: 751-2023. Community Foundation of Da- e County Board of Directors, M arch 28 Della’s Diner is a funny Ii ve stage Mocksviile.'$25/$50. Brad Rai- performancewithoriginnlcountry, ledge Band and Dale and Jena blues, gospel and rockabilly. Forehead.336-577-5240. April 25 S aturday, Feb. 14 The Duttons will bring their 2nd Mon.,*5 p.m. Rotating GriefSharc begins at Salem “Branson's Best Show” to town. jng.Forinfo/monthlylocationcall Methodist, 169 Salem Church The 15-member,multi-generation- 753-6903. Rd.. Mocksriilo. 3-4:30 p.m. for a> family has its own hour-long North Davie Ruritan Club, 13 weeks. Slieila Campbell, 980- PBS special.and was a top ten monthlydinnermeetings,second finalist on NBC’s America’s Got Mon. of each month, 7 p.m. Call Talent. 782-4276 for info and location of Visit wwwJavicarts.org or on next meeting. Facebook. The Brock Gallery is Smart Start of Davie County open Monday-Friday fromnoon-5 board meeting, 3rd Tues. of every p.m. Fortickets or more informa- other month at SunTrust on Yadk- t ion on how to be a part of the art in Davie County call 751-3000. i. Questions: 234-6309. Sunday, Feb. 18 12 Dribcs of Israel program, Friendship Missionary Baptist, Cooleemee, 3 p.m., with guests front churches in the area. O ngoing Beginning Bible Study, Vcrsc . . , by Verse, Thursdays, 6:30-8 M Q Q t i n Q S ^7v S?ife fJirdDn1 c^ e vennr‘ T hursday, Ja n . 22977 Yadbm die Rd.. Mocksvdlc. Davie Historical/Genealogical Info: 753-6230. - L- , *. , Society,7p.m.,historyroom,Da- Davie Civitan Club meets 4th Simply Moms prayer and book Viec^ ntyPubIicLibrary1N-Main Thurs. of each month, Feb-Oct.. study group for moms of all St Mocksvillc-AlvinHowardwill 7p.m.,atHillsdaleBapt.Church,ages with kids of all ages, second about hjs[orjcal drawi Hwy. 158. All visitors weleome. Fridays, 9:30-11:30 a.m. during 1 inville Rd., 8:30 751-2113. Alzheimer’s Support Group,2nd Tuesday of each month, 6:30 p.m., at Davie Sr. Services, Mocksviile. NAACPCommunity Awareness Meeting, every 4th Mon. of each month, 7 p.m., at Shiloh Bapt. Church. Mocksviile American Legion Post 174, first Saturday of each month, noon, Sagebrush, 601 N.. Mocksviile. rtiuuys, ?.j'7-i i.ju u.iii, uutmg , schoolyear,ComerstoneChristian M o n d a y , J a n . 26 Church, NC 801. Free childcare- Davie Agriculture Advisory 998-0600. Board, 6:30 p.m., 2nd floor meet- Weekly Prayer Service, First in8 room. County Office Bldg., UMC1 N. Main St., Downtown, !80S.MainSt.,Mocksviile.Pam Thursdays,noon-1 p.m.insanctu- Jones,753-6100. . . ary. Notastnicturcd service, quiet O n g o in g time to pray and meditate. Davie/Mocksville AA, closed center ECA Club meets 2nd Preschool, tit Macedonia Mora- non-smoking meeting, at First Mondayofeach month, at Center vian Church. 9 a.m. til 12 noon. Bapt. Church, 390 N-Main Street Comm.Bldg.,7p.m.Pleasejoinus. Opiionallunchbunch I p.m.Ages (across from Davie Co. Library). Disabled American Veterans 12 months- 5 yrs. Call 998-6492. Thursdays, 7 p.m. Info: Jan 753- p0st75 meets on third Monday of Bible Study, study Bible with Les ] 838.1 eachmonth,7p.m., DAVbuilding, Feldick on DVD. Davie YMCA1 SugOrVallcyCompositcSquad- Hwy. 601 S. Contact 336-407- eachTues., 10-11 a.m.&6-7p.m. ron,'each Tues. 6:30-8:30 p.m., 5662 for more info. ' Also each Sun. 2 p.m. on WDSL Blue Hangar at Sugar Valley. Town Of Cooleemee Planning AM radio. Program for cadets (12-18) and Board, meets3rdThurs.ofeach GriefSharcRecovery&Support adults. For info: 336-978-4186. month at CooleemeeTown Hall, Group, at Hillsdale UMC, 5018 Davle County Planning Board, 7 p.m. US158.Adv:mcc.Second&fourth 4th Tues. of each month, 6 p.m. Sundaysofeachmonth4p. ~ ANYTHIWe.&OOD IN THE FRI06E? I FIND IF I WEARVA HAT, I CAN PUT-OFF HlSERNATlN&.FOfc. FEW MORE VOU'D THINK HE’D EE MORE CAREFUL WHEN PELIVERIN6 TO AN ICE-FISHI N6 SHACK YEAH, SO...HOWZ 'EOUT YOU JUST COME FlNP ME WHEN YOU’RE READY? - info: 998-4020- Kids for C hrist, at Liberty UMC, 141 LibertyCircle, Mocks- ville, 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. MOPS (Mothers of Preschool­ ers), 1st ami 3rd Fri. of every month during traditional school year, 9:30-11:45 a.m., at Blaise Bapt. Church. Crossword Answers □ E lD Q O B C lQ D O Q a D I O O D O D Q O D D D O D O □ D O D D O Q O D O B D Q □ O D D O Q O D D O Q Q I Q D O D O D Q D O B □ □ P B O D D D Q O D D Q Q Q Q Q O D D D DQ D D O Q Q a B B D Q B O D D O D D B B B B D B B D O Q B Q Q I □ O Q D B O B Q B D Q O □ooaa Q B Q B O O D B 1 Q B D O B B O Q O D D D O D B D D O B O O O D O D O PAUL EUNYAN AAS A NSAR'PEATH EXPERIENCE Sudoku Solution CHECK IT OUT THIS 6UY’S AN 0R6AN PONOR THE DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD Thursday. January 22, HUS SI) D flV IE -C lE M M O N S TOLL FREE 1 877-751 2120 or 704-797-4220 Deadline to have your classified ad In the next . ; Issue: TUESDAY 3:00 P.M. EMAILclassads@sallsburypost.com . i :0R PLACE YOUR AD ONLINE AT: * . ;. SALISBURYPOST.COM and click Yard Sale Dairie County 'ConMnVLblSt & Wonumenls Rowan Memorial Park - One CbTOleiy plot In the Good Shepherd GarderL1Srts Call 704- 636-954P-.. . Computeis : & Software Camputar 2 acer 19" widescreen LCD moni­tors - used $50 each. 704-239-2348 Flowers & Plants FnmHure : &'Appliances FuraHura; , & Appliances1 'Mlsc ForSaieI ' > 9»llon Laylapd Hi Cypress, GrtMii Olantl or NBlIlS SttVBBB ’ t HOflytow % These plants make durable evergreen, last growing privacy screens. $20 each lncl. delivery, Installation, fertilizer & mulch. 704-M0-M28 with mirror. $150 Call 704-209-1545 for more Information. Enamel table blue & white $150. Call 704- 209-1545 for more Infor­mation. Poksr Chip Set Premium Poker Chip Set, 240 chips, 4 colors, 2 decks ol cards. New, In box, $25.704-855-6353. aluminum case, fully re­built $450. Call 336-99B- 4966 the SHARK rotator pro Ilft- away w/7 att pet bru under refr wand. War­ranty. Brand new. $230 704-279-4106 TYane propane heater, Gas Heater 200,000 BTU’s works great. Ask­ ing $450.704-637-1 BOB Baieett sole andloveseat. Good condi­tion. $150 Call 704-400- Ges Stove White gas range. Good condition. $75,336-748-5495 ' Electronics ;ChlUFsrolttop desk $150. Call 704-209-1545 for more Information. washer and dryer. Very good condition. Match­ ing pair for $175. Cell: For Sale LexMark All-in- one printer $75 OBO Call 704-433-6072 tor more Into. China Cabinet Hutch S4L 16W 77.5H Good Condition. 12 years old. $100,704-762-0016 Solid oik rocker with ot­toman. $125. Call 704- 400-1778 for details. Fuel & Wood Couch/clulr. Vintage couch & chair, brown. Very nice leather. $500. Chair swivels & rocks. 704-279-4106 Ensmel tablB $125. Call 704-209-1545 for more Information. !MlscFof Sale’: Surround Sound $75OBO Call 704-433-8072 tor more Into. FREE firewood (hard­ wood) you cut and haul. Call 704-633-6035 for more Information. FrM 40* count long Cypress siding boards, like new. Call 704-279-4459 for more Information. Utility trailer, 4x8’ steel mesh $500. Call 704- 278-9527 for more Infor­mation. Restaurant Ibaat Master Conveyor Toaster Model# TC '70 In great working order. Asking $475. Call 704- 637-1B0B hardwood. 5 acres or more salad or clear cut. Shaver Wood Products, Inc. Call 704-27B-9291. 3E L d O M E • H & r b o u r QNiE of- Ff ' P g g Enterprise-Record readers, tired of the chill of winter, have been seeking warmer temperatures to read their newspaper. Above, Lauren and Matt Foster and Chris and Brianna Barrett read the newspaper on Harbour Island in the Bahamas. Below, Janet and Paul Mighion took the newspaper with them to Hawaii. O L D L A H A IN A C O U R T H O U S E . E s t; 1 8 5 9 flu* (HOpi'fly is a rt aaklu; by LvtCiiIhr O nirr, to if* (Jcm nt) «i| Mjh i, Per I'uMii: m r, hyilw M atr of ILiwail T his new spaper really gets around. 4 DAVIE C O U N T Y ENTERPRlfiSffECORD C all 336-751-2120 to subscribe. ’Place Classified Ad’ H ouses For Rent Cooleemsi area. 2BRStove, rcfrig.. conlroi air/heat. NO inside pels S525/mo. ♦ dep. 336- 284-5040 AskIorNancyC ats Free ktttens. These boys need homesl AU are male, litter trained. B weeks old. China Grove. Angela 704-273-6758 O fflceft Comm. Rental Mocksviile. For rent - 11OU sq. tt. Dtfico building near Walgreens Excolloni location, high Iraflic voi- ness. Plenty ot parking, super clean' S'JSO'mo Call 336-470-2951 TV . Dogs Boxer BOXEA-PITBULL PUPPIES!! free to good owners only! 8 weeks old 5 girls 3 boys lett Sal­isbury 704-310-5949 Manufactured Homes ForRent Davte County. SW mobile home. 3BR, 2BA. No pels. Sect. 8 OK. 336- 575-5644 / 330-575-2101 Pit Bull Free female, good with people & chil­dren, not good with other animals. Call 704- 431-9415. Plott hound, Brindle color, spayed house dog. UTD shots, Good Home Only. 704-B55- 7468 In eountry. 2BR mobile home. No pels. S500/ mo. * deposit & refer­ences. 336-234-4756 E SShIh-TnjlIuII blooded. CKC registered, very small, black & white. 2 females, 5 males. S weeks old. 1st shot, wormed. S300 each, cash. Ready for deposil. Good with children. Parents on site. Call 704- 640-4526 Meblls homes for rent. 2 6 3BR Shady Acres MHP. John Crotts Rd., Mocksviile. HUD accept­ed. No pels. 336-909- 2092 or 336-996-6222 • Mocksviile. Large 2BR. 2BA w/garflen tub. Com­pletely tenccd yard (Iron! & back). Carport. Com­pletely reihodelod with NEW rargocoverod dock. NO PETS-Automatic evic­tion. S500/mo. <• 5300 de­posit. 704-546-7255 Mocksviile. 2BR. 2 BA doublewide. S550 per month depose. Call 336-909-0864 F reeA ds ■.. 121 Parks L/t.-Quiet area, 30R, 2 lull BA. all appis.. den/dinmg/llving room connected, separate stor- HUD ok. 1-670-910-1496 or 1-770-936-5189 Free Baagle, 18 months old. Call 704-787-1457. FREE cow manure. Need to move early. Will help load. Call 704-640- 4224 or 704-279-7520 ■■ pjJvLost and- • .^v.v R iu n d .-; A utos FINANCING AVAILABLE REGARDLESS OF CREOITI Hsnda 2010 Accord, fully loaded. S300 down, Good credit, bad credit; no credit, no probleml Call 704-872-5255 www.lagotnc.com S e r v ic e s Found Beagla near inter­section of Foster Road and Hobson Road, Cleveland, NC. Call 704- 589-0303. FOUND Chihuahua, whjte female near the V.A. Medical Center. Very friendly may be a few years old, blue collar w/dlamonds. Call 704- 431-8085 to Identify. Found Dog at VAMC. black and white dog on Tues­day, January 12th. Very sweet and loving. If this is your dog or you think 11 may be yours, contact me at 919-337-2092. We live In Salisbury. Bdndle Pitbull 0^ Hwy 29 near Peeler Rd., Salisbury. Call 704 232- 9069 to identify. Financial Services uWe can erase your bad credit-100% The FTC says any credit repair company that claims to be ablo to legally remove accuralo and timely mlormation Irom your credit report is lying. TflereS no easy Iix Ior bad credit. It sciouseltorltopay your managing credit and debt at llc.gov/creoit.A message Irom the Salisbury Post i the FTC. FOUND dog, terrier mix. Black & silver male. Faith RdJInnes St. area. Call 704-254-2641 FOUND DOG, white Chi- huahua*wlth spots. Male. Cleveland area. Call 704-213-3766 to Identity Uke Us On Fecebook, help reunite Lost & Found Pets Lost watch at K&W Cafe­teria In Concord an Sat., 1/17/15. Please 704- 932-1186 if found. Lawn Main!, ft Landscaping SMITH LAWN CARE & POWER WASH Call tor your FREE Estimate: (336) 399-7100 Mow­ing, Edging. Leaf re­ trimming! 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On A Mission Advance Man Takes Art To People Of Honduras Page Cl Filmmakers South Students Get Critique From Expert: PageDl DAVIE COU NTY E N T E R P R I / E R E C O R D ,U S P S 149-160 T h u rsd a y , Ja n . 29, 2 0 1 5 '32 PA G E S County Unveils 5-Year Capital Plan By M ike B a rn h a rd t Enterprise Record It’s a com plicated financial plan - but one County M anager M ike Ruffin says could provide m uch-needed im provem ents to county facilities in the next five years. • W ith the help o f finance staff and consultants, the five-year $2.5 Million From Utility Reserves .S om e $2.5 m illion w ill com e from the public utilities reserve fund to help pay for the capital im provem ent plan. County M anager M ike Ruffin considers it som ew hat o f a pay­ back for years o f using county staff to help a departm ent that is supposed to stand on its ow n, w ith only custom ers o f the .water and sew er system paying for the service. T he finance departm ent, county m anager’s office and IT depart­ m ent routinely provide service to public utilities w ithout com ­ pensation. It is a. com m on prac­ tice to charge enterprise funds, or those that stand;.on their .pw n,.ar Please See Utilities - Page 3 capital im provem ent program was presented to county com m is­ sioners at a special m eeting last w eek. “We think it m akes sense and is a perfect starting pofnt,’’ R uf­ fin said, adding that the plan is a w orking docum ent to be fol­ low ed, not ju st approved. A s well as m aking the im provem ents, it should help the county w ith its Viper Most Expensive Item T he m ost expensive piece of the five-year county capital im ­ provem ent plan m ay well be one o f the least favorite am ong many D avie residents. Those w ere the w ords o f C oun­ ty Com m issioner R ichard Poin­ dexter, w ho recognized that the “police scanners” that m any res­ idents listen w ould no longer be able to pick up em ergency com ­ m unication traffic. B ut according to officials from the sheriff’s departm ent, fire ser­ vice, EM S and E911 - the $3.2 m illion price w ould m ake com -. . m unications m ore efficient and help keep officers and firefighters i s a f e ; . JiitLTrhirViir Please Sec V iper - Page 3 bond rating w hen selling school and recreation bonds. It includes no new tax increas­ es. The only increases in tax, Ruffin said, w ill be those for the new high school and for recre­ ation as approved by voters. The tax increase for the high school is estim ated at nearly 9 cents, ex­ pected next year, although that figure could change slightly, de- Hillsdale EMS Station Scrapped A new EM S station on US 158 across from H illsdale U nit­ ed M ethodist C hurch w ould be scrapped, under a five-year cap­ ital im provem ent plan being con­ sidered by the county. It w ould be replaced w ith a sm aller station closer to Farm ­ ington, and a “roving” SU V with EM Ts and equipm ent to treat pa­ tients, but not transport them . T he key to the plan, according to EM S D irector Brian B yrd and C ounty M anager M ike Ruffin, is to have an EM S crew w ithin eight m inutes o f aS m any people as-possible. T h a t'is the critical tim e to provide treatm ent for a cardiac BrrestTL-T-Lrr.^':;' Please See EM S - Page 3 pending financial factors such as interest rates w hen the bonds are sold, hopefully in late A pril. The recreation bond w ill include a I cent increase in taxes, expected in 2019. “You’re in a good position,” said M itch B rigulio, a consultant w ith D avenport & Com pany w ho has been w orking w ith the coun­ ty finance departm ent. “You have Copper Dome On Top Of Courthouse W ouldn’t a copper dom e on top o f the D avie C ounty Court­ house look great? W ell, it’s there, but a lot o f peo­ ple have forgotten that it’s made o f copper because it w as painted over years ago after repairs us­ ing a different m etal left it in bad shape. T he county’s five-year capital im provem ent plan includes re­ storing the copper dom e in the first year at an estim ated cost of $146,000. T h at inqludes replac­ ing the clock m echanism w ith a m ore m odem system ^ T he last tim e it w as repaired, Iocai jew ­ eler Jini' M cB ride volunteered to d o ;tht'.w orlc b ut p arts: hadVo be Please See Buildings - Page 3 Jiil P iazza presen ts petitions signed by 2,000 residents voicing opposition to plans for vented sew er lines or a new treat­ m ent plant off U nderpass R oad. - P h o to by R obin S now Sewer Plans Still Worry Residents B y M ike B a rn h a rd t E nterprise Record A D VA N CE - O ption 3 for han­ dling w astew ater issues in east­ ern D avie did aw ay w ith a vent­ ed, gravity sew er line through neighborhoods, including those on U nderpass Road. It w ould also cost the coun­ ty an estim ated $4 m illion less to put the pum p station on land ow ned by Stacy C om atzer ad­ jacent to Berm uda R un. County officials w ho hoped O ption 3 w ould alleviate concerns o f the U nderpass Road neighborhood got a surprise w hen they held their second public inform ation m eeting last w eek at the A dvance Fire D epartm ent. The m eeting w as sim ilar to. one held last year, except acous­ tic problem s w ith the speaker system m ade it hard for many to understand w hat the speakers w ere saying. M aps provided by the' county w ere too sm all and incom plete, som e said. O thers asked for another m eeting in a better location w ith a Pow erPoint presentation. “We cannot alw ays be sure that A dvance is represented in your vision," Jill Piazza said, presenting a petition signed by som e 2,000 residents saying they do n 't w ant a new sew er plant or the gravity line along Sm ith/ C arter creeks. “W e'expect you to include us. D o not expect that 2,000 signatures, that everything that happens on the com er (US 158 and N C 801) is fine w ith us. “D on’t favor one part o f the county over another. W hy did you try to do this to us? Thank you, A dvance, for standing up,” Piazza said. C arl M oser has been one of the m ore vocal opponents o f the county plan, insisting that any­ thing that happens be in Berm u­ da R un, w hich w ill reap the m ost benefit from m ore sew er •capaci­ ty. “This is not our sewer,” M oser said. “W e are not all that interest­ ed in the grow th at the com er.” Berm uda R un Tow n M anager Lee R ollins gave som e history of w astew ater issues in eastern D a­ vie - started by the county before Berm uda R un becam e a tow n. U nder the current proposal, Ber­ m uda Run w ould contribute just over $1 m illion o f the projected $10 m illion cost. D avie began offering sew ­ e r service in eastern D avie in 1993, in part to provide it to the grow ing area that is now Ber­ m uda R un, and to provide lines to the rest area along 1-40 and to schools w ith failing and/or ex­ pensive treatm ent system s. The tow n o f B erm uda Run w as incorporated in 1999, and w as faced w ith replacing a sm all, aging w astew ater system o f its ow n. T he county w as already providing those services to Tan- glew ood C om m ons, K inderton, Berm uda Q uay, w ith prom ises to Baptist H ospital. “T he tow n o f B erm uda R un’s desire is to partner w ith D avie County,” R ollins said. “ U nder no circum stances has the B erm uda Run T ow n C ouncil put any lim ­ itations as to w here a lift station could go.” Please See Sew er - Page 8 capacity to take on m ore debt.” ’ H e gave details on how the bond process w orks, w ith the county’s options included. T he capital plan includes proj­ ects that are estim ated to cost $200,000 o r m ore and contin­ ue through m ore than one fiscal year. Please See Plan - Page 3 Central Davie Renovations T heplan includes $613,800 for. im provem ents to C entral D avie School, w hich houses the board m eeting room , offices, an alterna­ tive high school and a pre-school. M ost o f the m oney w ould be spent on the building that also houses the gym , and a pre­ school. B ecause no regular class­ room s are housed there, lottery proceeds cannot be used to pay for renovations, said Schools Su­ perintendent D r. D arrinH artness. It includes new heating and air system s, w indow s and other Up-: grades.. .............' i 'i r\ "I •' W hen the central office staff is m oved to the current high school, property, H artness hopes to ex- PIcase See School - Page 3 ' State Becoming; Business;;; Friendly f By Mike Barnhardt •; E nterprise R ecord * I; BERM UDA1 RU N - T here’s: a: new governor w ith a new caVr; inet. A nd they’re here to help; businesses grow. .' j I . T hat is the m essage delivered' at a state legislative update Fri­ day at W inM ock, sponsored by the “Together W e A re D avie” ;ef-; fort by the D avie Econom ic Dfe;-! velopm ent C om m ission. . U' It’s w orking for D avie County;.' G ildan is investing $142 m il­ lion into a huge building in M ocksviile, w ith 290 jo b s on the w ay. H ouse o f R aeford hired 200 people at a reclaim ed facili­ ty. D unlop A viation opened here.; B usiness in D avie C ounty is, ta say the least, boom ing. D on’t forget that D avie Si; hom e to the w orld’s largest fiir»; niture m anufacturing facility,: opened by A shley Furniture. H’ji that A shley Furniture deal that sent state governm ent in a differ- B ent direction. Pat M cCrory had only been “ governor for a couple o f w eeks. ■ John Skvarla, now the secretary ■ o f the departm ent o f com m erce and then the head o f the depart; + m ent o f environm ent and natural resources (D EN R). Skvarla told the D avie audi­ ence that he had been on the job: Please See Business • Page 4 689076382120 2 - DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Jan. 29,2015 Editorial Page political Winds Shift For Two Pespected Leaders ' politics is a strange business as Rep. Julia H ow ard and i\ow “form er” Clem m ons m anager G ary Looper can attest. Q ne day you’re the pigeon. T he next day you’re the statue. I O ne o f the senior m em bers o f the General A ssem bly, Rep.; H ow ard chaired a couple o f key com m ittees under form er Speaker o f the House Thom Tillis. T he biggest phini w as leading the im portant finance .committee. N o m ore. The new speaker, Tlm M oore o f Cleveland County,. K hsjewarded those key posts to his pals. t£ h e shrugged and took the news w ith aplom b. “I’ve <&tng lots o f heavy .lifting, alw ays doing the best jo b pos­ sible and treating all m em bers, regardless o f party, fairly,” s(ie..told the W inston-Salem Journal. “I w ill go to another com m ittee and do the sam e.” Rep. H ow ard’s success in Raleigh over her 26 years has largely been due to her practical nature. She plays ball with Republicans or D em ocrats if it helps her district. T hat type o f “independent thinking” m ight have been her undoing this w eek, according to one lobbyist. Paleigh politicians gore anyone w ho strays from the fold. ' ^ cro ss the Yadkin River, G ary Looper, for 16 years the m anager o f the Village o f Clem m ons, lost his jo b this m onth not because he did anything wrong but because the m ajority o f the board w as ready for a fresh face. . T he average life expectancy o f a tow n m anager is five to six years, H artw ell W right, a consultant' w ith the N .C. League o f M unicipalities, m id the Clem m ons board on M onday. ' O f th e400 town and county boards across the state, about 25 have vacancies right now . The average salary for a m an­ ager in a tow n o f 10,000 to 20 JWO people is $123,000, and a six-m onth severance guarantee is standard because o f the uncertain nature o f em ploym ent. “T he m anager's job is only secure until the board’s next m eeting,” W right said. . W henever there’s a election, new board m em bers often w ant to hire their ow n m anager. T he hiring process is not easy as the Clem m ons board learned M onday. - “T here should not be any illusions that w e’re going to have som eone here in 60 days,” W right counseled. “W hen you add it all up and do die m ath, it's going to be six m onths m inim um ” A dding to the uncertainty, the candidates m ight not w ant to w orkfor acontcntious tow n boaxd; V /righturged C lem - ' m ons to put its best foot forw ard, to act professionally and court the spouses o f the final candidates in the pool. Show them the schools, the hospitals, the recreational facilities. “It’s ju st like buying a car,” he said. ' Clem m ons board m em ber Bill L aw iy, a Tea Party mem­ ber, asked how' to determ ine if a candidate is politically neutral. W right said there w as a tool know n as “G oogle,” but the w orry is largely unfounded. “M ost professional m anagers, if they have had any success, are.politically neutral.” bddly , som e new m em bers o f the Clem m ons board have characterized the N .C. League o f M unicipalities as liberal and curtailed the village involvem ent. T he board no longer reim burses m em bers to attend league functions. Since the board hasn’t hired a m anager in 16 years, the . process is foreign. W ith no sm all am ount o f irony, Clem­ m ons called the “liberal” league for advice. W ith his charm ing Southern accent, W right detailed the. process in a 90-m inute session. N ot once did he act like a liberal. Long-tim e council m em ber M ary Cam eron, a Repub­ lican w ith a w ork ethic very sim ilar to R ep. H ow ard, couldn’t resist the urge to crow about the irony o f turning to the league for advice. She still attends the league m eet­ ings at her ow n expense. ‘‘O ne m ore tim e the League has com e through for us,” she said. , This is an age w hen people are quick to brand the neigh­ bor’s cattle as “liberal” or “Tea Party" and assum e they are bad beef. — D w ight Sparks YOU'VE JUST WON AHOIUBR AFC CHAMPIONSHIP/ WHERE ARE YOU SOINSr- W E K T P j BAMA CARAISfTMrT In The Mail... Cartoonist Misses The Point On Christians Tb the editor: The cartoon on the editorial page o f the Jan. 22 edition of the Enterprise showed a preacher in the pulpit declaring to his congregation, “ ...and if you ignore the Crusades, the Inquisi­ tion, .witch burnings. Planned Parenthbod bombings, and gay bashing, we Christians are appalled by religious extremism.” ’ The apparent intent of the author seems to be to paint all Christians as religious extremists. Adminedly, there have been some pretty horrible crimes down through the ages perpetrated by people who called themselves Christians, but I submit to you that a tree is known by its fruit. To suggest that all Christians are prone to violence and hate and extremism is, in my humble opinion, way off the mark. T he word “Christian" literally means Christ-like. W hat was Q uist like? He was about as harmless an individual as ever wqlked :thfi;earth. He. went al»ut doing good, preaching and - teaching and healing. He had a servant heart and ministered to the downtrodden, the poor, and the outcasts. The most vio­ lent thing he ever did was to overturn some tables. He taught people to love God with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength and to love their neighbor as themselves: he taught people to treat others as they would like to be treated; he taught people that vengeance was reserved for God; he taught people to love their enemies and to pray for those who were abusive, to turn the other cheek, and to be forgiving. His marching orders were to go into all the world and to preach the gospel. Tlte atrocities cited by the cartoonist may have been com­ mitted by religious people who wore the name of Christ, but surely people of discernment can recognize fakes from the real thing. Neal Essie i '" t. Mocksviile ‘Scam’ Targets Credit Card Accounts To the editor: For the past several weeks, I've been getting these calls on my home andcell phone about my credit card a computer gen- erated. They’ll tell you there is nothing wrong with the credit card interest but to insure nothing goes wrong in the future, you need to press 9. W hen I do, this person comes on the line with a strong accent and gets very rude and vulgar when I've told him to lose my home and cell phone numbers and that I know that there is nothing wrong with my credit card. Here is one of the numbers they've been using: 703-009- ' 0001. The other is your own number. I just want other people in the county to be warned about whafs going o n .' - RuthAnneG ragert, Mocksviile DAVIE COUNTY ENTEI IECORD USPS 149-160 171 S. Main St., P.O. 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Dana Roberts, Ronnie Hall, It caught fire In October o f last year and now it is worse Dwayne and Jennie Longworth, Margie Cozart than ever since the fire. We are asking the city manager and the American Sniper Glearly Made For Americans To the editor: American Sniper is such a wonderful movie. It was clearly made for us Americans. I didn’t know we were so good at kill­ ing people. It’s about time we showed women and children how tough we are. Also, I didn't need a lot of education to undeistand it. The script was efficiently held down to about seven or eight words. They just used them over and over. Movies that have a good story are just too hard to understand. DeImarMcDaniel Mocksviile m n ' m , Letters Welcomie Ute Eiitqipnse Record welcomes letters from jts readers on topics -of local, state, national or intema-. ■ tional issues. An effort will be made (o pint ail let-i ters, provided they are not libelous, vulgar or m poor ■ taste. The|editor reserves ,the right to edit letters for U grammar and fpr space ’ - AU letters should include the name and'address of. ■; the wnter.jncluduig a signature. A telephone number, ; not Co be published, is also requested. Rtease have - letters in the newspaper, office no later than 4 pjn.1 Monday of the week to be published. Davie County EnteipnseRecordP.O.Box,99,M6cksville;davie3@ I centuryIi nkmet. ( , DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE REC O R D , T hursday, Ja n . 29,2015 - 3 « ,? d.y.A"e n !S,‘? Sk,e t,a 9 b e sld e th e a r,ic le in T he " '“'U 'es book begins in 1911 and provided clues to the tag s found This display c a se contains earlyw ar M emorial OOOk. r»aar »ha N lenlau ..... • /near the display.health equipm ent. Casket Tags Found For World War Il Soldiers Brought Home After World War II was over, there was an attempt to ' return deceased military per­ sonnel from their European graves to the United States for reburial in family or church cemeteries close to their homes. Some of the returns were several years after the end of the war. There are military teams, Graves Registration Service, that identified these war dead and returned them to loved ones. This service continues. For more infomtation, read http:// ww w .archivesxom /expertsl holik'urban-jennifer/graves- registration-service-in-world- war-ii'part-iiJttml. . A quote from this article by Buildings C ontinued From Page I custom made. Building Inspector Chris N uckolb told the board he didn’t know why the dome had been painted, he assumed it was to hide decay. He said the county has 30 buildings with an average age of 37 years. The older a build- Plan... C ontinued From Page I “The board needs to govern capital planning, not staff,” Ruffin said. “You establish the priorities." Because -Davie County's credit rating is among the top 10 percent of counties nation­ wide, rating bureaus expect a capita) plan adopted by the governing body, Ruffin said. “Once you adopt those pri­ orities, they are fixed and fol­ lowed unless you amend it. It’s an important policy docu­ ment.” The plan will be re-visited every two years. He is recommending that the board rescind a previ­ ous plan to spend $800,000 to expand the senior services building in Mocksviile. That has been pared down to about $ 152JI00 to provide a covered canopy and re-configure the parking lot.both safety issues, Ruffin said. He said senior services needs to be studied more be­ fore recommendations are made. County commissioners made a last-minute addition of the $800000 last year when adopting the budget. “We’re not saying more services are not needed. We need to re­ visit senior services needs and plan more fully.” The plan estimates costs and revenues, including a five percent.increase in property values in 2018. Ruffin said Tax Administrator Brian My­ ers expects that figure to be close to actual oumbers. Some $200530 is included for state-mandated new vot­ ing equipment. Jennifer Holik is: “The disinterment and re­ patriation process took a cou­ ple years or more after the war ended. This was due in part to a shortage of materials for cas­ es for the coffins and a short­ age o f metal for the coffins themselves. The coffins were "made of steel with bronze finish” and "were seamless, a cover set on a rubber gas­ ket is sealed with thirty-two lugs. W hen a dead soldier was placed in these coffins, they were sealed and placed into a wooden shipping case. The shipping case had the name, rank, and serial number of the soldier inscribed on the case.” Davie County Health De­ partment began' on April 3, ing gets, the more repairs and renovations needed, he said. “The longer you w ait, the more expensive it costs." The first year also includes painting and surface repairs to the exterior of the courthouse, installing an ADA compliant handicap ramp, lighting up­ grades and removal of asbes­ tos in the basement, which is not accessible to the public, Nuckolls said. The second year would in­ clude new paint and carpet in the magistrate’s suite, wall­ paper removal and paint for top-floor offices, replacement o f clock movements and re­ moving and replacing asbes­ tos tiles, at an estimated cost o f $60000. Year three includes more asbestos tile removal and re­ placement of a boiler that is more than 30 years old. Those projects cost an estimated $75500. The fourth year in­ cludes $44500 for asbestos tile replacement, and the fifth Viper... C ontinued From Page I Fire Marshal JetTy M yeis, Sheriff's Chief J.D. Hartman, E 911 Director Ronnie Robert­ son and EMS Assistant Direc­ tor Andy Lipscombeach gave examples o f bow the Viper system could help their agen­ cies. AU said it included bet­ ter, clearer and more efficient communications within each departm ent' and with each other. Now, there are “dead” spots where old radios don’t work. That includes two schools and the new hospital in Bennuda Run. Viper radios work in all spots, Hartman said. He said that during the first 18 days o f January, sheriff’s officers requested EMS eight times and they couldn’t hear them. With Viper, they could talk directly and prepare for the scene they were entering. Viper is also more secure. 1911 as noted in the first minutes. It has these addi­ tional responsibilities: birth and death registration, disin­ terment/reinterment, burial transit permits, and removal o f graves. U iey have recently learned more about reinter­ ment of returned casualties of World War II. Foryears.onthelow erlev- • el of the building, is a display case which contains obsolete and interesting medical equip­ ment. Recently, this case was moved upstairs so that health clients and employ­ ees could view it. It contains a book with the minutes of their County Board of Health meetings. The photo shown is dated 1933. The first entry on these pages reads: “Mocksviile, N.C.. Janu­ ary 2, 1933. The County Board o f Health met in regu­ lar session. L.M. Tutterow, Chairman County Board of Commissioners, J.T. Ba­ ity, Mayor of Mocksviile, and W.F. Robinson, Supt. County Schools, were pres­ ent. Dr. W.C. Martin, Dr. A.B. Byerly and Dr. E.C. Coatel were elected members of the County Board of Health. There being no further busi­ ness the meeting adjourned to meet again on January 9, 1933 for the purpose of elect­ ing a County physician. W.F. Robinson, Sect.” In the process of moving and rearranging the display case, five metal tags about 6 inches by 2 inches were dis­ covered. Name, rank, and serial number were pressed into the metal which appeared to be aluminum. Research showed that these were tags placed on caskets of W