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12-DecemberG odspell P r o d u c t i o n T h u r s d a y - S a t u r d a y A t H i l l s d a l e M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h Page Cl staying In Shape Schools Monitoring Health Of Students Page D1 D A V IE C O U N T Y T E N T E R P R I/E ^E C O R D USPS 149-160 Number 49 Thursday, Dec. 4. 2008 36 PAGES B u s t N e t s 2 5 . 3 P o u n d s O f C o c a i n e ; 4 A r r e s t e d By Jackie Seabolt. Enterprise Record Th e arrest of four people lust week has led to what law enforce­ ment officials are saying is the larg­ est cocaine seizure in D avic in two decades. A c c o rd in g to D a v ie S h e riff A n d y Stokes, o ffic e rs started rounding up suspects N ov, 24 and into the early m orning hours o f N ov. 25. Four M ocksville residents were arrested: V ia n e y H e rn a n d e z Trevino, 20, and Felix Hernandez M a rro q u in , 46, both o f Sunset D rive, and Graciela .liles M arguez, 28, and D om ingo A rrello Flores, 32, both o f P o w ell R oad, were taken into custody last Tuesday. Storeliouse Needs Food, Sp o n so rs Tim es nre tough. A Storehouse for Jesus - w hich provides food, clothing and more to D avie residents in need - is it­ self in need. Th e food cupboards are nearly bare. A n d hundreds o f children and special needs adults need a spon­ sor to provide Christm as gifts. “ T h e requests fo r h e lp fo r Christm as have already surpassed last year’s requests and the requests w ill continue until the Storehouse closes for the Christm as holidays on Dec. 18," said M arie Collins, director. As o f M onday, m ore than 1,100 individuals had applied for Christ­ mas assistance, and m ore than 350 children are still without sponsors. Th e Storehouse screens applicants for assistance, and all are D avie residents and most are below the 135 percent federal poverty level. Christmas requests are received for children through 12th grade, for special needs adults (most, from nursing and assisted living homes), and for seniors age 65 and older. Parents provide the Storehouse w ith four suggestions o f clothing, w ith sizes, and four suggestions of toys. Sponsors purchase two items o f clothing and two toys per child. Gifts are due Dec. 11, and cli­ ents p ic k them up D e c , 15-16; however, sponsors pre also needed for late requests. T o sponsor a child, call Collins at 751-1060 or 751-8081, or send an e m a il to storeliousehope^ynlwo.com, “Th e Storehouse sincerely and w arm ly thanks the churches, busi­ nesses, civic groups, schools, in­ dividuals and the com m unity for th e ir co n tin u e d su p p o rt and prayers," Collins said, . i Lr Цмкм 'IVcvino Marroqufn "These arrests led to the largest cocaine seizure in D avie County in the last 20 years," Stokes said. Officers searched a motel room and the suspects’ tw o residences and seized 11.5 kilogram s o f co­ caine (25.3 pounds) and 2,5 pounds of crystal methamphetamine (IC E ) w ith a total estimated street value o f more than $2.5 m illion. Th e searches also led to the sei- Marguez Flores C O O L E E M E E - Celebrate the season w ith “A n O ld -Tim e C o o l­ eemee Christm as” from 2-4 p.m . Sunday, D e c. 7 at the Zuchary House on O ld 14 Church St, Santa w ill arrive at 2 p.m . for the festivities, w hich w ill include C h ris tm a s songs b y W illy D . . 4 - '■ zure o f over $120,000 in cash. Officers found eight and a half kilogram s of cocaine at the Pow pll Road hom e, half a kilo at the jStin- set D rive home, and approxitfiately three kilogram s of cocaine from a room at the Q uality Inn, M ocks­ ville. T w o children, ages 6 and 11, Davie Sheriff Andy Stol<es says last w eek’s bust is tiie largest Please See Drugs - Page 4 am ount of cocaine seized In Davie in m ore than 20 years. First Democrat Heading Davie Board By Mike Barnhardt Enteф rise Record . Barack Obam a has been elected president o f the United States - the first A frican-A m erican to hold the job. Beverly Perdue has been elected governor - the first w om an to hold the jo b in N orth C a ro lin a .. A n d now Chris Anderson has been elected chair o f the D avie C o u n ty com m issioners, the first D e m o c ra t to h o ld the jo b . Anderson’s father, Jerry Anderson, was on the board in the m id-1970s, but rules on selecting a chair were changed w hen it cam e his turn, Chris said. Ta lk in g about the themes of both presidential cam paigns - change - To m Flem ing, outgoing chair and m em ber o f the county com m ission, told a filled meeting room M onday evening that D avie C ounty is headed in the right di­ rection. “Th e landscape is change... and D a v ie C o u n ty is ahead o f the' curve," Flem ing said. “W e’ve been changing." It w ill take m ore w ork­ ing together to keep D avie County m oving forward. “1 served w ith an open m ind, an open heart and an open d o or," Flem ing said. “W e’ve tried to lis­ ten to all sides and do w hat’s best for a ll... and we ’ ve had some tough decisions.’’ Flem ing said his goal has al­ ways been to make D avie County a better place, and said residents here are blessed with a tremendous Please See Democrat - Page 10 ■h ■ X T h e y ’r e G r a n d C ounty M anag er Beth Dirl<s and daughters London, 5, and Sydney, 3, will be the grand m arshals w hen the annual M ocksville C hristm as P arade takes place Saturday at 2 p.m . T he parade vyiil travel from near the Brock C en ter on North M ain Street to downtown, and dow n D epot Street. For a lineup and m ore inform ation, please turn to page 4. - Photo by Robin Snow O ld - T im e C h r is tm a s I n C o o le e m e e W illiford , and readings of the B ib ­ lical Christm as story and “Th e N igh t Before Christm as," There w ill be plenty o f hoipe- made refreshments, and the annual fudge contest. V is ito rs can w a lk th ro u g h Cooleem ee’s oldest church, G ood ..............■ iV Shepherd, and the M ill H ouse M useum w ith 1930s decor. Th e event is sponsored b y the jf To w n of Cooleem ee and the C o o l­ eemee Historical Association, To enter the fudge contest, call M ayor John Chandler at 284-4207 or the • C H A at 284-6040. 2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 4,2008 E^itDriaJ Райе Imitation Santa Still Rakes In Big Ad Dollars ■President Bush m ay have lost his popul.irity, but Santa is still well received by most people. A t this tim e o f year, everybody’s glad to see tlie jo lly elf. ' Fo r years, the newspaper advertising staff has paraded Santa around town for photo sessions w ith merchants and businessmen to prom ote our “ Santa Shops Here” section that we publish as the Christm as season begins. Th e section was in last w eek’s newspaper. Th e program is popular w itli our advertisers, and w e ’ve made a lot of m oney w ith Santa over the years. Th e problem is that we have b,een uiiablpto recruit the real Santa because of his busy N orth Pole schedule. Instead, w e have resorted to using Im itation Santa, w hich happens to be one o f several people on the newspaper staff, including the editor-in-chief, wearing a gigantic red suit. Since the gim m ick was m y idea 20 years ago, I often get saddled w ith Santa duty. It’s am azingly stressful. Th e suit and w ig are hot. Santa’s glasses fog up. Strands of the beard get in his m outh. Th e belt is big enough for two very fat men. A n d Santa can’t see his feet for the fluffy beard. O u r Im itation Santa routinely is mistaken for the real thing by little children, w hich means he m ust act according to expectations. H e m ust “ H o -H o " w ith authority and take orders for Christm as toys. Som e children cry, and w h o can blame them? Santa, w ith that unruly beard and firem an-red costume, looks weird. M an y children these days are educated in the "stranger- danger” school of thought and run for the hills when they see Santa com ing, real or not. Santa sometimes wants to run too. Fo r several years, Santa had to pose w ith a 12-foot yellow python at A nim a l A rk Veterinary hospital in Clem m ons, sim ilar to the one Britney Spears has been pictured w ith. U n lik e M s. Spears, our Im itation Santa is afraid of snakes. A m on g adults, Santa remains approachable and popular. H ad Sen. John M cC ain chosen Santa Claus as his Republican running mate instead o f that other cold climate resident, Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska, the outcome m ight have been different in Novem ber. Th a t’s a mistake Sen. M cC a in cannot undo. Sen. M cC ain failed to add the W hite House to his list of residences because o f it. O u r Im itation Santa did get some nice com ments this year; "H a ve you lost weight?” There were som e derogatory remarks: “You r suit is looking a little shabby, Santa.” Im itation Santa has no w shed his w o rk clothes for som ething m uch m ore com fortable. A n d none too soon. Th anksgiving’s over. Th e calendar now shows Decem ber. Frantic feelings are beginning to take over. Im itation Santa can pack his suit away and turn the im portant duty over to, the Real M cC o y. Real Santa w ill find a challenge. Fin d in g the jo y of Christmas is more difficult this year because o f the slum ping econom y. Layoffs, Factory shutdowns. Jobs lost. W e need Santa to bring some econom ic cheer. Th is is also the “between” season. President Bushls term is com ing to a close. President-elect Obam a is waiting in the wings, trying not to look impatient. M r, O bam a m ight spend the next couple weeks m aking a very long list for Real Santa, • • * Thanksgiving was nice, M ichael tasted his first pum pkin pie, but he still refused pecan. Robert entertained his d e lig h te d gran dp aren ts on the pia n o . A n d m y new , granddaughter made it dow n from M aryland. I was able to ■ show her off. Th is was her first trip to N orth Carolina, and she traveled pretty w ell. Best o f all was how easy this grandparent duty can be. A t the first sign o f trouble, give the baby back to her mother. W e did not, however, introduce the baby to Im itation Santa. — D w ig h t Sparks DAVIE C O U N T Y ‘^ '.0 USPS 149-160) 171 S. Main St., P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 (336)751-2120 Published weekly by the Davie Publishing Co, Dwight Sparks..............................Editor/Pubiisher Robin Snow...................................General Manager Mike Barnhardt..............................Managing Editor Ray Tutterow.................................Advertising Director Brian Pitts.......................................Sports Editor Mockavllle Enterprise Davie Record Cooleemea Journal Periodicnls Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy, 50 Cents $20 Per Year In N.C,, $25 Outside N.C. POSTMASTER f Send Address Changes lo: Davie County Enterprise Record I n T h e M a i l ... Nov. 20 Cartoon Disappointing To Ihe editor: Tho cartoon that appeared under your editorial in the Nov. 20 edition of your new.spaper was disiippolnting. Apparently, there is someone on your newspaper staff who equates the efforts of the homosexual community lo gahi acceptance and approval Ibr their lifestyle choices wilh Ihe struggles for civil rights by the black community. We cannot control the color of our skin, but we certainly can control the choices wc make in life regarding moral decisions and our manner of living. Ood has spoken concerning fornication (sexual immorality including premarital sox, prostitiilion, incest, bestiality, pedophilia, homosexuality, and .such) in his word (Acts 15:29, Romans 1:18- 27, I Cor, 6:18 & 7:2, Galatians 5:19-21, Ephesians 5:3, I Thessalonians 4:3, Hebrews 13:4), Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people (Proverbs 14:34), Hoino.sexuality is sin. II is detrimental not only lo those who practice il, but to the famiiy as God instituted it and to socicty. I hope that your newspaper will think twicc before it jumps on the “gay” bandwagon, Neal Essie Mocksville P T S A R e w a r d s S t u d e n t sTo the editor: I would like to extend my heartfelt lhank you to Ihe residents of Davie County for your support in the judicial race for Superior Court Judge, As many of you know, I have been hospitalized for the past Iwo months and was unable to participate in my cam­ paign, There is no way 1 could ever repay my friends, coworkers, family and especially my hard-working campaign committee for’ picking up Ihe ball for me and,making my campaign a success. A very special thank you Is In order for my campaign chair and his loyal assistant in Davie County, To the thousands of you who have called, sent cards, com­ forted my family and me, helped wilh yard work, fed pets, and so much more, you just have no idea how much both Tricia and I appreciate all of you. To Beck’s Lutheran Church and the Mocks­ ville First Methodist Church, thank you for Ihc prayershawls that have comforted me. To my home church, Lexington Church oJ Christ, thank you for relieving Tricia by silling with me, and to all other ministers who have visited and prayed with me, I cannot lhank you enough, I am improving daily.and feel confident, if it is God’s will, that I will be prepared to be sworn in on Jan. 1,2009. Thank all of you for your concern, your love, and your confidence in me to serve you as your Superior Court Judge. 1 vow to serveyou fairly, respectfully and well. Ted Royster Lexington S u p p o r t D o w n t o w n M o c k s v ille To the editor: As I wrap up my tenure as president of the Historic Down­ town Mocksville merchants group. I'd like to lhank all of our neighbors, friends, and town visitors who have patronized our merchants and the events that the merchants group has sponsored or helped organize - the Daniel Boone Festival, the criterium bi­ cycle race, Oktoberfest, Christmas Open House (a great event), horse and buggy rides, hay rides, and especially, the concert se­ ries al Junkers Mill outdoor theater. These events help to make the lown of Mocksville a special place to work and visit. Special thanks go to our core of volunteers who have devoted' so much lime and effort inlo bringing these events to you - my wife Chantal, Tami and Bruce, Diane, MaryLou and Perce, Pete, Cami, Art and Dagmar, Polly, and, of course, Christine and the town and everyone else who has lent a hand. In this Christmas season, we are still faced with uncertain eco­ nomic conditions. Yes, gas prices have come down from their record levels, and this will be help lo many. Let’s remember though, that we can only keep prices at a lower level through conservation. Let’s don’t ever again let loose of the conservation mode. This Christmas we ask that you consider shopping al your locally owned and operated shops in Downtown Mocksville and Davie county before you make that extra drive to the malls and sit in traffic, burning up the fuel supply. Thanks for making us your first choice and we hope to live up lo your expectations now aiid inlo a hopefully brighter New Year. Chuck King Historic Downtown Mocksville To the editor: One of the most e.xciiing things that the Davie High School PTSA does is lo provide incentives Ibr students lo exccl academi­ cally. The PTSA is proud to announce the winners of the Honor Roll Drawing for the first quarter of the school year. EacJi of these students received $100; Fre.shmen- Robert Wilson, Sopho- more- Brandon Rowell, Junior- Brittany Clark, and Senior- Am­ ber Parrish. Congratulations and keep up Ihe good work. The PTSA looks forward lo rewarding more students, one from each class at the end of each quarter and to the grand prize drawing of $250 al the end of the 2008-2009 school year. Visit our website www.dchsptsa.org to leam how you can support the great ihings happening on the War Eagle campus. Julie Whittaker DCHS PTSA President E v e r y o n e S t o p p e d T o H e l p To the editor; In these hard economic limes, with all the bad and sad stories in the news, sometimes wc tend to forget how wonderful people can truly be. This past Tuesday, around 8 a.m., on my way lo Catawba College, my car went into a 360-degree skid when I came across some black ice on Junction Road. I ended up in a ditch facing the wrong direction. Luckily I sustained only a mi­ nor injury and thankfully no one else was involved. Then the most wonderful thing started to happen - every single car that went by me stopped lo check lo see if I needed any help and if I was all right. 1 need lo repeat one part: every single car. 1 would like lo extend my sincere gratitude to everyone who stopped and extra spccial thanks to the wonderful lady who lived right across the street and the young man attending Mitchell,Commu­ nity College. May God bless each and every one of you, Beverly Maurice Mocksville L e t t e r s W e lc o m e d The Enterprise Record welcomes letters from its read­ ers.'Tl\e letters may be on topics of lo^al, state, national . or interhatiotial issues. , . An effort will be made to print all letters, provided they are not libelous, vulgar or in poor taste. The editor reserves the right to edit letters for grammar and for space. All letters should include the name and address of the writer, including a signnlture. A telephone nuniber, not to be published, is also requested. Please'have letters in the newspaper office no later . than 4 p.m. Monday of the week, to be published. Dayie County .Enteiprise Record P.O. Box, 99, Mocksville, or DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 - 3 I n T h e M a U ... M e b a n e H a d E x t r a o r d i n a r y V i s i o n SUBSCRtBE TODAY! $ 2 0 /y e a f In State G $ 2 5 /y e a r O ut of State I Name_____________________________________ Address_____________________^______________I To the editor; Davie Counly lost one of its finest and most caring citizens when Mr, Allen Mebane passed away recently. Mr. Mebane was a man of great accomplishment and extraordinary vision who will be remembered for generations to come because of his devotion lo improving education. Few Ihings can have a bigger impact on one’s life than the quality of education he or she receives. Mr. Mebane knew this and also recognized the challenges in bringing this opportunity to everyone. He saw that early success in learning leads to greater achievement in life so early childhood education became a focus for him. Today, many of our children are the beneficiaries of this through reading programs as well as preschool centers in our el­ ementary schools that pul best practices into the classroom. He saw lhal technology was transformative for industry and he strongly believed il could be even more so for education. The Mebane Challenge led lo our schools becoming a model for new and innovative uses of technology. Much larger counties and even well-funded private schools have nothing close to what we have in place now in Davie County. All aspects of leaching and learn­ ing have been enhanced in a profound way that is evident every­ day in our classrooms. . Mr. Mebane also understood the need to find, develop and keep the best teachers. Thanks to the Mebane Foundation, we now have a new masters degree program that is a professional development opportunity for our existing tcachers. This program also serves as a student teacher training and recruiting platform lo help us continue to attract the brightest new teachers. One of Mr. Mebane’s many lasting legacies is how he inspired all of us to follow his example and give or do all we can to build a brighter future for children. He believed that we have the re­ sources right here in our community to do great things. Again and again, through his philanthropy, his dedication, and his love for children he showed us how to make a real difference. It is reassur­ ing lo know that the Mebane Foundation will continue with the leadership and direction to carry on the work that was so impor­ tant lo hiin. On behalf of Davie County Schools, we express our gratitude and deepest sympathies to the Mebane family and the Mebane Foundation. He will be truly missed. Rick Ellis Chair, Davie County Board of Education M a n G i v e s A s s o c i a t e s , E M S C r e d i t F o r S a v i n g H i s L if e To the editor: I want to take this time to lhank the EMS personnel and the staff of Medical Associates of Davie for their quick action and expertise while 1 was suffering a heart attack. On Nov. 201 nearly left this world. If it wasn't for the actions of the EMS personnel and the staff of Medical Associates of Davie, I and my doctors believe 1 would have died, I am thankful that we have such dedi­ cated and knowledgeable people in Davie County, Wilh sincere appreciation and thanks, Mark Hillard Mocksville City___ Phone:. _Slafe_-Zip- I I Dovie t-ounty Enterpri Ц PO Box 99 • Mocksville, NC 27028 j Moil coupon witli payment to; Dovie Counly Enterprise Record • Mo( W h ite s to n e F in a n c ia l In c . A r e y o u in n e e d o f H o lid a y c a s h ? D o y o u n e e d v e h ic le f i n a n c i n g ? We are a local consumer and auto lender. We make small unsecured loans, we lend on automobile titles and provide vehicle financing, Call 336-712-9612 or come by our convenient location at 2265-C Lewisville-Ciemmons Rd., Clemmons, NC H a p p y H o lid a y s E D U C A T IO N A L C LA SSES 612 Mocksville Avenue, Salisbury • www.rowan.org us TOOl INTERNATIONAL PROSTATE EDUCATION & SUPPORT GROUP BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUP CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH EDUCATION CLASS - Learn about the risk factors for heart disease and what cardiac rehabilitation options are available. The free class meets monthly from 9-11 a.m. in the Sophia Clay Classroom on the 4th floor of Rowan Regional’s patient tower. Call (704) 210-5412 (or class schedule or more Information. COMPREHENSIVE DIABETES CLASSES Small group classes and individual instruction are offered on a weekly basis to help master the skills and concepts for the control of diabetes. These classes have a fee, Which is covered by most Insurance plans. All classes are held In the Sophia Clay Classroom on the 4th floor of Rowan Regional’s patient tower. Call (704) 210-5771 for more information. Diab.etes-Classes..wilI.be,iifferad.QiLtlifi. foll.Qjwifla-dateSuancLy.oiLneed.tQ-attend.ai three.,?esslons: December 1,8,15,6 p.m. - 8 p.m. December 3,10,17,1 p.m.- 3 p.m. December 9,16,23,9 a.m. • 11 a.m. GESTATIONAL DIABETES CLASSES A certified diabetes educator provides a special program for expectant mothers with gestational diabetes. The program includes basic facts, meal planning and home blood glucose monitoring. These classes have a fee, which Is covered by most insurance plans. All classes are held from 9-11 a.m. at the Education Resource Center on the 4th floor of Rowan Regional’s patient tower. Call (704) 210-5771 for more information. LOOK GOOD, FEEL BEHER An American Cancer Society program that teaches cancer patients techniques to address the cosmetic side effects of treatment. In the large classroom, 3rd floor of Rowan Regional’s patient tower. • Second Monday of each month, Noon - 2 p.m. Call (704) 239-5563 to register or for more information. First Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. In the Women’s Health Education classroom on Third Thursday of the month at 6 p.m. In the S U P P O R T GROUPS BEHER BREATHING CLUB Second Wednesday of the month from September - June at 1 p.m. at 1120 Martin Luther King Dr., Salisbury. Caii (704) 210-5343 for more information. the 3rd floor of Rowan Regional’s patient tower. Call (704) 210-6870 tor more information. CARDIAC SUPPORT GROUP Second Thursday of the month In February, June and September at 6 p.m. in the Clay Classroom on the 4th floor of Rowan Regional’s patient tower. Call (704) 210-5412 (or more inlormatlon. COLON CANCER SUPPORT GROUP Call Eva White (704) 212-2362 (or more ln(ormatlon on time and location. COPING WITH GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP Sponsored by Rowan Regional Home Health & Hospice. Day and evening support groups are available in Landis, Mocksv He and Salisbury. Cali (704) 637-7645 (or more information. DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP First Tuesday of the month at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. at the Education Resource Center on the 4th floor of Rowan Regional’s patient tower. Call (704) 210-5771 for more information. EPILEPSY SUPPORT GROUP Second Thursday of the month from September - May at 7 p.m. at 1st United Methodist Church, 217 S. Church St., Salisbury. Cali (704) 639-0847 or e-mail youngcarol@hotmail.com for more information. HIV SUPPORT GROUP Sponsored by Rowan Regional Home Health & Hospice. Call (704) 637-7645 (or more information. RSD SUPPORT GROUP (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) Second Monday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Cafeteria Conference Room, Rowan Regional Medical Center. Call (704) 637-1021 for more information. SURVIVING STROKE SUPPORT GROUP Meets quarterly from 6:15 - 7:45 p.m. at the Imaging & Physical Rehabilitation Center at Rowan Regional Medical Park on Julian Road, ext 74 off 1-85. Cali (704) 210-6918 for more information. Clay Classroom on the 4th floor of Rowan Regional’s patient tower. Call (704) 210-5104 for more information. WOMEN’S HEALTH Call (704) 210-5544 lo register, tor more Informallon or to arrange a lour. UMAZE & BABY BASICS A class fee is charged. Childbirth classes will be offered on the following dates: December 1,2, 8, 9&15 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m. OTHER SERVICES THE IMAGING CENTER at Rowan Regional Medical Park offers extended hours for MRI and Mammography. Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. The Medical Park Is located on Julian Road, Exit 74, off 1-85. ADVANCE HEALTHCARE PLANNING Get information on making end-of-life healthcare decisions and have the opportunity to complete an advance directive form with assistance from Rowan Regional’s patient advocates. Advance directive Information Is available every Wednesday from 9 a.m. - noon In the main lobby ofthe medical center. FREE BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC Every Wednesday from 9 a.m. - noon, a free blood pressure clinic Is held In the main lobby of Rowan Regional Medical Center. Volunteer nurses conduct the clinic. Free parking is provided in the medical center’s parking garage on Henderson Street. NURSE-ON-DUTY for routine non­ emergency medical problems or for a physician referral, call Nurse-On-Duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week 1-800-335-4921. It’s free. R o w a n R E G IO N A L M E D IC A L CENTER I с 4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 M o c k s v ilie C h r is t m a s P a r a d e U n e u p , R o u t e & R u le s Saturday, Dec. 6 2 p.m. These photographs show the large amount of drugs, guns and money seized last week In what officials are calling one of Ihe largest busts in Davie County In more than 20 years. D r u g s . . . Continued From Page 1 were taken into the custody of social services from tlie Powell Road home following Marguez’ and Flores’ arrests. According to Capt. Chris Shuskey, the arrests are the re­ sult of an ongoing undercover Investigation involving the Davie County Sheriff’s O f­ fice, Mocksvilie Police De­ partment, North Carolina SBI, and Ihe Department of Home­ land Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement. "W e’ve been working on this for a while, since May of last year,” Shuskey said. “We anticipate some more arrests. It’s still ongoing.” Trevino, M iirroquin, Marguez, and Flores have each been charged with one count trafficking in cocaine and trafficking in metham- phetamine. All are being held at Davie Detention Center under a $1 million dollar secured bond. They are scheduled to be in­ dicted Dec. 15 by a federal grand jury, Shuskey reported all four were from Mexico and were in the country illegally. Home Destroyed By Fire Thanksgiving Night Uy Jnckic Scnbolt Enterprise Rccord A home in the rural end of the coAnty was destroyed after it caught fire on Thanksgiving night. Volunteer fire departments from William R. Davie, Farm­ ington, and Sheffieid-Calahaln responded to the structure fire at 1179 Eatons Church Road, Mocksvilie. According to W RD Fire Chief Jason Kenton, the depart­ ments were dispatched to the double-wide mobile home around 10:30 p.m. on Nov. 27. Keaton estimated 50 firefighters were on the scene and the blaze was under control by 12:30 that next moming. Keaton said that the home­ owner was at tho residence alone doing laundry when the fire started, and she got out safely. Although the cuuse of the fire is still under Investigation by the fire marshal, Keaton snid the fire wns believed to hnve started in the Inundry room. The blaze wns contained to the laundry room, kitchen, and living room, according to Keaton, but smoke and water damage completely destroyed the home. Woodleaf Man Arrested For Painting ‘KKK’ On Signs COOLEEM EE - A Woodleaf man wus arrested Nov. 22 for puinting "KKK” on the VFW sign and a road sign, both on NC 801. Thomas McDaniel, 26, of Hamburger Hill, wns charged by Cooleemee Police Officer Matt D. Scott with criminal damage to property. He was taken into custody in lieu of a $2,500 bond, pending u Dec. 18 hearing in Duvie Dis­ trict Court. District Court The following cases were heard In Duvie District Court on Nov. 20. Presiding; Judge JuUu S; Gullett. Prosecuting: Wendy Terry und Jumic Gentry, Assis­ tant DAs. - Daniel Thomas Atkinson, speeding 68 in a 55; reduced to 64 in a 55, $10, cost. ' - Billy Scott Beck, DWI, sen­ tenced to 60 duys, suspended 24 months, $ 100, cost, surrender li­ cense, not to operute u motor ve­ hicle until licen.scd by DMV, substunce ubuse assessment/ trentment, 24 hours community service, $500 attorney fees; ex­ pired/no inspection sticker, fic- titious/conceuled/revoked regis­ tration card/tag, driving with li­ cense revoked, dismissed. - Christopher L. Beck, simple possession of schedule VI controlled substance, pruyer for judgment continued on cost. - Dorothy Elizabeth Breeze, failure to notify DMV of ad­ dress change and possession of stolen goods, sentenced to 45 days, suspended 12 months, $100, cost, not be convicted of similnr offense, $351.50 attor­ ney fees; no liability Insurance, expired/no Inspection sticker, dismissed: fictitious/concealed/ revoked registration curd, reck­ less driving to endanger, dis­ missed per pleu. - Dennis Jumes Brown, pos­ session of toxic vapors sub­ stance, possession of murijuunu up to hulf ounce, dismissed, evi­ dence ordered destroyed; pos­ session of drug puraphemalia, $100, cost. - Latishn D. Bumgarner, fail­ ure to comply with license re­ strictions, dismissed per plea; possession of drug paraphema- liu, sentenced to 50 days, credit for time served. - Kelia Dawn Coffey, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 24 months, $100, cost, surren­ der license, not to operute u motor vehicle until licensed by DMV, substunce abuse assess­ ment/treatment, 24 hours com­ munity service. - Benial Antuwn Davis, driv­ ing with license revoked, ex­ ceeding safe speed, possession/ display of aUered/fietilious/re- voked drivers license, unsafe tires, dismissed. - Megan Nicole Davis, mis­ demeanor larceny, $100, cost. - Lamont Dewayne Dewalt, first degree kidnapping, dis­ missed per key witness unable to be located; breaking/entering, dismissed. - Steven Joseph Dewey, fail­ ure to move over for emergency vehicle, prayer for judgment continued on cost. ■ - Dumurls Muriu Didenko, driving with license revoked, $250, cost, $125 attorney fees. - James Lavun Dunn, ul low­ ing livestock to run ut large, sec­ ond degree tre.spassing, dis­ missed per mediation. - Brittany Renee Durham, unsafe movement, prayer for judgment continued on cost. - Jamie Wade,Eastwood, speeding 89 in a 70, dismissed per pleu; driving with license revoked limited drivers privi­ lege, pruyer for judgment con­ tinued on cost. - Jon Robert Ferree, misde- meunor possession of stolen goods, $100, cost, $1600 resti­ tution. - Ohnh D. Ho, speeding 94 in u 70, reduccd to 79 in u 70, $100, cost. - Trucy Gene Holleman, breaking/entering, lurceny after breaking/entering, dismissed per Insufficient evidence. - Kevin Justin Horne, resist­ ing u public officer, $100, cost. - Jason Keith Howell, simple possession of schedule VI con­ trolled substance, dismissed per plea, evidence ordered de­ stroyed; reckless driving to en­ danger, dismissed per pleu; DWI, sentenced tp 60 days, sus­ pended 24 months, $100, cost, surrender license, not to oper­ ate a motor vehicle until li­ censed by DMV, substance abuse assessment/treatment, 24 hours community service. - Kevin Justin Horne, resist­ ing a public officer, $100, cost. - Jason Keith Howell, simple possession of schedule VI con­ trolled substance und reckless driving to endanger, dismissed per pleu, evidence ordered de­ stroyed; DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 24 monlhs, $100, cost, surrender license, not to operate a motor vehicle until licensed by DMV, sub­ stance abuse assessment/treut- ment, 24 hours community ser­ vice. - Lurry Hunt, hurassing phone call, dismissed per me­ diation. - Jose Manuel Ibarru, fuilure to notify DM V of address change, $25, cost; window tint­ ing violation, dismissed per pleu. - Brent Sanford Jones, mis- ‘domeanbr'alding/abetting'lari • ceny, .shoplifting concealment' of goods, dismissed; misde­ meanor probation violation, sentenced to 30 duys, crcdit for time served. - Tiffuny N. Kurlund, injury to personul property, dismissed per request of prosecuting wit­ ness. - Juson Ryun Lewis, simple assault, dismisseo per mediu- tion. - Shunnon Dnvis Link, breuking/entering, lurceny after breaking/entering, dismissed per insufficient evidence. - Tonyu Eiuine Lyons, mis­ demennor larceny, sentenced to 45 days, suspended 24 months, $100, cost, not be convicted of similor offense, $2356.71 resti­ tution, $350 attorney fees; mis- ' demeunor lurceny, sentenced to 45 days, suspended 24 months at expiration of previous sen­ tence. - Adrian Craig McCloud, driving with license revoked, dismissed. - Billy Joe Nelson Jr., injury to personal property, dismissed per mediation. -PhillipTyres Nichols, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 24 months, $100, cost, surren­ der license, not to operate a motor vehicle until licensed by DMV, substance abuse assess­ ment/treatment, 24 hours com­ munity service, $350 attorney fees. - Mary Jo Painter, failure to notify DMV of address change, $25, cost; speeding 83 in a 70, dismissed per plea, - Elizabeth N. Pardue, mis­ demeanor larceny, sentenced to 45 days, suspended 24 months, $100, cost, complete TASK, submit to wnrrnntless senrches/ random drug screens, nol to pos­ sess controlled substances. - Steven James Partridge, speeding 100 in a 70, dismissed per pleu: reckless driving to en- *danger, $50, cost. - Richard Pennington, speed­ ing 64 in a 45, reckless driving to endanger, failure tb weur drivers seat belt, dismissed per plea; DW I, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 24 months, $100, cost, surrender licensc, not to operate a motor vehicle until licensed, by DMV, sub­ stunce ubuse ussessment/treut- ntent, 24 hours community ser­ vice. - Aniceto Beizu Perez, driv­ ing with license revoked, ex­ pired/no inspection stickcr, pos­ session of open container/con­ suming ulcohol in passenger area, window tinting violation, unsafe movement, improper passing on right, dismissed per pleu; DW I, sentenced to 24 days, suspended 24 months, $500, cost, surrender license, npt lo operate a motor vehicle until licensed by DMV, sub­ stance abuse nssessment/treut- ment, $237.50 uttomey fees. - Susan Sheress Quarles, driving with license revoked, sentenced to 120 duys, sus­ pended 18 months, $250, cost, not to operate a motor vehicle until licensed by DMV, not be convicted of similar offense, $275 uttomey fees. - Jaime Alberto Ramirez, failure to notify DMV of ad­ dress change, $25, cost. - Inocente Benitez Rea, no operatots license, $50, cost. - Billy Ray Redmond Jr., driving with license revoked, failure to stop for steady red light, dismissed per indictment on related offenses, - Brandi Danielle Ryhne, driving with license revoked, prayer for judgment continued on cost. - Boshears Ray Rogers, fail­ ure to notify DMV of address change, $25, cost; driving/ul- lowing motor vehicle no regis­ tration, dismissed. - Nuthun Jumes Rose, driv­ ing with license revoked, $250, cost, $200 attorney fees; im­ proper equipment - speedom­ eter, operating vchicle no insur­ ance, driving/ullowing motor vehicle no regislrulion, expired/ no inspection slicker, dismissed per pleu. - Mnrin Oliva Sanchez, speed­ ing 81 in a 60, expired/no in­ spection sticker, fictitious info to officer, dismissed per plea; Please See Court • Page 8 Entry LIno-upArea Aaron's Sales & Lease RP Allen Tale Realtors RP American Red Cross RP Angell Paving RP Autumn Care of Mooksvllle RP Barnette Heatings Air RP BB&T "Business of Year" PA Big Brothers Big Sisters l\/1S Carolina Elite Wildcats RP Cedar Qtove Baptist RP Chamber Ambassadors RP Cheenvlne/Carollna Bev. HP Chubbys RP Coldweil Banker Triad CL Cooleemee Police PA Cooleemee Redskins RP Cornatzer Cheerleaders RP Cornatzer Foolball MS Cub Scout Pack 574 MS Curves of Mocks CL Dance Company CL Davidson Comm. College MS Davle County 4-H MS Early College High School RP Davie County Giri Scouts MS Davie High Marching Band CL Davle County Hospital RP Davle County Library RP Davie Schools - Be There MS Sherllf's/DARE/Safety Van PA Domestic Violence Prev. MS Davie High School FFA RP Davle Medical Equipment RP Pregnancy Care Cenler RP Davie-SCHooi of Dance CL DHS - Homecoming Queen RP Double Trouble Racing MS Dustin's Classic Cars RP East Coast Wings RP Edgewood Baptist Church MS ERA Premier Really RP Farmington Road Wrecker MS Freedom Baptist Churoh RP Qoln' Postal RP Grand Marshal PA Grant's Car Wash RP Great Clips RP Heaven Bound Churoh RP Hip Chics Boutique RP Humane Society of Davie RP Jansal Saddlebreds CQ Jerry Prater Trucking RP Joe's Tow MS Kamperz RV Service RP Knights of Columbus MS Kountry Kids MS Kounlry Korner Learning RP Larry McDaniel Builders MS Lawson's Home improv. RP Liberty Baptist Church RP Liberty Tax Service RP ,, Linda & Richard Poindexter PA , Linda Sechrist RP Marines Toys for Tots RP Medical Associates RP Mike's Wrecker Sen/Ice RP Miller Building & Remodeil RP Mooksvllle Lions Club RP Mocksvilie Police Chief MS Mocksvilie Rams Football MS SANTAI PO Mr. Cone Soflserve RP NC State Highway Patrol MS National Honor Guard PA Oak Grove Methodist RP Oasis Desert Rangers MS Pack 503 MS Palms Tanz, The RP Pam Boyie & Associates RP Piedmont Antique Power RP Piedmont CARS.Assoo. RP Pinebrook Cheer & Football MS PrImeCare Mobile Unit RP Seaford, Jessica CG Bullfrogs & Cyclers . CL Sound Connection RP South Davle Band CL Spry, Bill RP Thomas, Chad MS Trailers of the East Coast RP Yadkin Valley Telecom RP Zeko's Village RP All parade entries must have a sign (minimum 12" x 12") with the Number (Line-Up) placed on the left side (driver's side) of the entry for judging. The Judges Stand will be located on North Main at Gaither Street, The Chamber extends special appreciation lo the many volunteers who wili make this 2008 event safe and memorable for all participat­ ing, TRAFFIC CONTROL, Mooksvllle Police Department; PARADE LINE-UP, Wayne Webb - Webb Heating & Air Conditioning; Bethlehem UMC Troop 732; Leadership Davie - 2008-09 Class; PARADE JUDGES, Todd Mears - Mears Construction, Staoy Moyer - County ol Davie - Administration, Sidniee Suggs - Davle County Arts Council, The parade will begin on North Main Street promptly at 2 p,m,; proceeding to the Historic Mooksvllle Downtown Square; turning left onto Depot SIreel, DISMANTLING will lake place at Ihe END of De­ pot and must nol block movement of remaining parade. Returning to North Main via Poplar Street will be prohibited TO PREVENT BACKUP ON MAIN. Dismantling of tractor trailer trucks and parent pickups must lake place in the vacant parking areas al the end of Depot Street. NO TRACTOR TRAILERS will be permitted back on Main Street until the end of Ihe Parade. ALL VEHICLES MUST EXIT ONTO HWY 64 UNTIL PARADE ENDS. Space has been reserved for parade entries (except Flre & EMS vehicles which line-up upon arrival on Poplar). Space Is NOT resen/ed for other vehicles lo use while decorating entries, and these vehicles will be towed out of designated resenied areas. RICH PARK will be designated ONE WAY ONLY - MUST ENTER ON Cemetery Street (near YMCA). The following designated areas should be used for parade llne-up; CL - Church of Christ Parking Lol - for large performing groups CQ - Clement Grove - Masonic Picnic - for Horses MS - Main Street - for Large Tractor Trailers and Large Floats PA - Park Avenue - Beginning llne-up for officials PO - Poplar SIreel - fer Fire Trucks & EMS - ilne-up by arrival RP - Rich Park - fer smaller trucks and vehicle entries All Fire Trucks will llne-up and begin (first-oome flrst-sen^e) on Poplar Street. ' Parade Number 066-BUS 084A - BUS 065-CIV 081-BUS 019-BUS 075-BUS 004-BUS 023-CiV 032-BUS 044-CHU 009 082-BUS 073-BUS ■ 029-BUS' 007 . 035-SCH 055-SCH 058-SCH 022-CIV 025-BUS 025-BUS 047-SCH oeo-civ 048-SCH 024-CIV 012-SCH 015-CiV 054-CiV 018-SCH 005 020-CIV 039-SCH 069-BUS 083A-C1V 037-BUS 033-SGL 084-SQL 034-SGL oes-BUs 059-CHU 038-BUS 071-BUS 078-CHU 0B2-BUS 003 045-BUS 070-BUS 072-CHU 030-BUS 063-CiV 086-BUS 056-BUS 021-BUS 076-BUS 014-CiV 031-BUS 051-BUS 043-BUS 074-BUS 061-CHU ,^p\7fBUS OOe-SQL 068-SGL 057-ClV 080-BUS 053-BUS 049-BUS 050-CIV 001 028-SCH 088 078A • BUS Oil 002 027-CHU 008-CIV 052-CiV 079-BUS 046-BUS 064-CiV 013-ClV 026-SCH 080A-BUS ■ 087-SGL 040-SCH 036-BUS 041-SCH 067-SGL 016-SGL 042-BUS 017-BUS 083-BUS DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 4,2008 - S T l II ( j i U A T ‘ i 'Ii У G o l d R u sh /5 Coming to Mocksvilie NC on Friday December 5th And we are // A l s o b u y i n g A u t o g r a p h s , P r e 1 § 7 0 B a s e B c i l l C a r ^ s , C o m i c B o o k s , & M u s i c a l I n s t r u m e n t s ! O ld M o u n tin g W e d d i n g B a n d s E a rrin g s B ro k e n P i e c e s ' C h a r m B ra c e le ts O ld W a t c h C la sp s B ra c e le ts & N e c k la c e s B r o k e n ? O u t o f S t y l e ? D o n ’ t W e a r It A n y m o r e ? I W A N T T O B U Y I T ! B U Y I N G A L L S C R A P G O L D ! S C R A P G O L D PAYING M ORE TH A N EVER!!! 10K-14K-18K.22K.24K C o i n s B e s t O f f e r s A ro u n d ! • Buying ALL US and Foreign Gold Coins • Buying ALL US Silver Coins PRE 1964 • Buying ALL Platinum US and Foreign Coins _ Looking for ALL RARE DATES & Mint Maries!!! Collectable Prices Paid on ali 17tii, 18th, & 19tli Century Coins r 1 l's ;. -.5"ЙЛ . i 1 -J A n t iq u e & E s ta te J e w e lr y Premium Prices Paid! (Precious Stones Only) B r o o c h e s P e n d a n t s N e c l< la c e s R in g s E a r r in g s B r a c e le t s **Please No Costume Jewelry** D ia m o n d s Best offers ANYWHERE! 1/2 Carat....bring In for pricesi 1 Carat......bring in for prices! ' 2 Carat......bring In for pricesi ' 3 Carat & Up....bring in for prices! W abuy all Diamonds All diffarant cuts and sizas with •mphasis on finer, larger Carat pieces. B u y in g A ll H ig h S c h o o l & C o lle g e R in g s ! •Gubeiln •Cartier ■ Rolex •A. Lange ■ Audemars PIguet ‘ Patek Phillippe ' Ulysso Nardin ' Top D ollar on a ll other fine time pieces. W r is t & P o c k e t W a tc h e s ALL Kinds, all time periods, all types! Paying up to for the Following: Paying Premiums for: • Moonphase • Chronograph • Perpetual Calendar r Minute Repeater • Chronometer ■ UTC and ali complicated watches. S te rlin g & S ilv e r ALL TIME PERIODS! Full Flatv\/are Sets Single Flatware Items Centerpieces Water Pitchers Mexican Silver Tea Sets -Trophies ’ Jew/elry (Silver must bestamped “Sterllng"or .925 In order for us to buy It. Pleasecheck your silver before you bring It Inn Complete Coin Sets Paying Up To lor Ihe following RARE Sets: • Standing Liberty- $9,400 ■Peace Dollars-$7,500 ' 50 pc. Comm. Silver- $18,750 ' Barber Dimes- $7,500 ' Morgan Dollars- $37,500 ' WalKing Liberty- $9,400 ’ Mercury Dimes- $7,500 M U S I C A L IN S T R U M E N T S • Guitars •Tuba • Cornet •Trombone •Trumpet Fender, Gibson, Martin, Gretscb, Conn, Yamaha, Seimer, Olds, Bach and any other mal(es C O M I C S Paying Top $$$ for Pre-1950 Comics Interested in the following issues; • Marvel Mystery 1 -92 ‘ Green Lantern 1 -20 •HumanTorch 1-50 •Wonderwoman 1-50 •Superman MOO •Batman 1-100 • Action Comics 1-150 -Captain America 1 -78 •Detective 1-150 •Flash Comics 1-20 Also interested in;Spiderman, Fantastic 4, Dare Devil, X-Men,& Thorfrom 1961-1965 V IN T A G E T O Y S PR E -65 Top Dollar In Original BoxI •HubleyToys •All Wind-ups • Cast Iron •Marx• Marklin •DInlcy •TinToys (Pre 1955) •LloneiToys(Pre-1955) • Any other Pre-1965 toys V IN T A G E B A S E B A L L C A R D S Paying top $$$ on all • Bowman 48-55 •Gum Cards • Candy Cards • Cabinets • All Regional Sets & Cards •Topps 1951-75 star Cards * Wax » Sets •Top $$$ for pre-1900 cards and all non-sports cards A U T O G R A P H S Buying all autographs otdteeattd (amout ptapit Paying up to: •G. Washington.............$20,000 •Jesse James.................$30,000 •A. Lincoln......................$9,000 • Babe Ruth • Any Other Autographs of notable people • All Presidents, gangsters, and historical, entertainment & sports wm ;:Show Details: C o m f o r t IN N 629 Madison Rd. Mocksvilie, NC 27028 • S h o w D a te : Friday D e c e m b e r 5th • H o u rs : 9am-6pm • Directions; 1-40 East;Take exit 170, right off exit onto Madison Road. 1-40 West;Take exit 170, left off exit, right on Madison Road. Down just behind Burger King. Please Call (336) 751-5966 fo r fu rth e r directions. V i s i t u s O n l i n e a t : w w w . c a s h f o r m y j e w e l r y . c o m 6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 4,2008 Public Records DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 - 7 Advance Woman Heads Susan G. Komen Affiliate Civil Lawsuits ■ The following civil lawsuits were filed with the Davie Clerk of Court. - North Star Capital Acquisition vs. Ray R. Carpenter, collection on account, $797.56. - North Star Capital Acquisition vs. Ricie Hollar, collection on account, $1,379.14. - CACH vs. Alejandra Moreno, collection on account, $1,782.42. - Carolyn Kay Roberts and Billy Roberts vs. Scarlett Mitchell James and Freddie Lee James Jr., custody. - Suntrust Bank vs. Jamey Paul Anderson, collection on account, $3,494.73. - Harley Davidson Financial Services vs. Derrick Kendall Cross, collection on account, possession of personal property, $17,553^50. - Davie County vs. Timothy Monroe Davis and Richard B. Josephson, injunction, order of abatement. - Sherrie Annette Stroud Musgravc vs. Steven Michael Musgrave, divorce. - Pinnacle Crcdit Services vs. Sarah E, Whituker, collection on account, $5,732.33. - Davie County vs. Kenneth R. Anthony, money owed, $7,075. - Jayelene Estell McNeely Barnes vs. Chad Eric Barnes, divorce, - Federal Crcdit Union vs, Tony Dean Hackett, contract, $2,350,98. - Green Tree Servicing vs. James Andrew CIcndcnin, claim and delivery, contract, possession of personal property, - Dodeka vs. Mamie B, Brown, also known as Beatrice Brown, collection on account, $2,563,23. . - Dodeka vs. Johnny W. Long, collection on account, $5,262,83. ■ Juli Rose James and Charles Keith James vs. Terry Lane Farrell and Connie Jean Farrell, use of driveway. - Carson Glass vs. Tori L, Etchison, custody, temporary cu.stody hearing, mediation, - BB&T vs, Charles R, Barney, contract, $4,269,50, - Laura Self vs, Michael Ray Self Jr., domestic violence protective order, - Carson Glass vs. Tori L, Etchison, domestic violence protective order. Fires Davie County fire depart­ ments responded to the follow­ ing calls; Nov. 22: County Line, 9:15 a,m„ Tabor Road (Iredell Co.), structure fire. Nov. 23: Farmington, 12:47 p.m., North Pino Road, brush fire. Nov. 24: Farmington, 12:18 a.m., brush fire; Mocksville, 9:29 a.m.. First Methodist Church fellowship hall, furnace fire; William R, Davie assisted; Cooleemee, 9:12 p,m„ Junction Road, tree in roadway. Nov. 25: Mocksville, 7:19 a.m.. Depot Street, automobile accident; Smith Grove, 10:57 a,m,,US 158, grass/woods fire; Mocksville assisted. Nov. 26: Smith Grove, 7;56 a.m., Beauchamp Road, struc­ ture fire; Advance assisted; Cornatzer-Dulin assisted; County Line, 11:57 a.m,, 1-40 West, automobile accident; Smith Grove, 1:05 p.m., Ber­ muda Village Drive, fire alarm; Advance assisted; Farmington assisted; Mocksvillc assisted; Mocksville, 2:18 p.m., Wilkesboro Street, automobile accident; Smith Grove, 3:35 p.m., 1-40 East, smoke investi­ gation; Farmington assisted; Mocksville, 4:06 p.m.,- Avgol Drive, fire alarm; Jerusalem as­ sisted, Nov. 27: Center, 11:15 p.m,, company transfer. Nov. 29: County Line, 6:22 p,m„ Ridge Road, fire alarm; Center assisted, Nov. 30: Jerusalem, 10:49 a,m„ Hank Lesser Road, tree down in road; Jerusalem, 3:53 p.m.. Will Boone Road, power line on tree; Farmington, 4:48 p,m„ 1-40 East, automobile ac­ cident; Smith Grove assisted; Center, 5:32 p,m,, 1-40 West, vehicle fire; Counly Line as­ sisted. Arrests The Davie County Sheriffs Department made the following arrests; - Clayton Matthew Jarvis, 21, of Winston-Salem was arrested Nov. 20 for identity theft, ob­ taining property by false pre­ tense, and misdemeanor larceny. Trial date: Dec. 4. - Dennis Jerome Sales, 23, of Pineville Road, Mocksville was arrested Nov. 20 for breaking/ entering, burglary, larceny after breaking/entering, and injury to personal property. Trial date: Dec. 4. - Amanda Diane Lee, 28, of Creason Lane, Mocksville was arrested Nov. 22 for harassing phone call. Trial date: Dec, II. - Vernon Anthony Clement, 32, of Lewisville was arrested Nov. 22 for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, breaking/en­ tering, and larceny after break­ ing/entering. Trial date: Dec. 18, - Noel Argeta Martinez, 31, of Michaels Roud, Mocksville was nrrested Nov. 23 for assault on a female and interfering with 911. Trial date: Dec. 18. - Joshua Edward Brinklow, 24, of Clemmons was arrested Nov. 26 for breaking/entering and larceny. Trial date: Dec. 8. - Jessica Bolen, 29, of LuQuinta Drive, Advance was arrested Nov. 26 for misde­ meanor larceny and injury to personal property. Trial date: Dec, 18, - John Paul Husarick, 31, of Statesville was arrested Nov, 27 for second degree trespassing. Trial date: Dec, 18, - Joshua Andrew Cleary, 18, of Hobson Drive, Mocksville was arrested Nov, 28 for assault on a female. Trial date; Jan, 8. Higliway Patrol The following traffic wrecks in Davie County were listed by the N.C. Highway Patrol. • An Iredell woman was charged with no operators li­ cense and exceeding safe speed for conditions after she wrecked the vehicle she was driving Nov, 27. Yajaira Edith Fuentes of Statesville was driving a 1998 Honda vehicle east on Davie Academy Ridge Road exceed­ ing a safe speed for a curve and ice on the road. Fuentes vehicle began skidding, ran off the road to the right, and collided with i> ditch and trees. Trooper E.C,. Rotcn reported the accident occurred at ap- proxiinately 7:40 a,m, and there were no injuries, • A Davie man was charged with exceeding a safe ¡¡peed for conditions after he wrecked the vchicle he was driving Nov, 25. Jeremy Dale Shoffner of Shady Knoll Lane, Mocksville was driving his 1992 GM C pick-up east on Davie Academy Ridge Road exceeding a safe speed for a cUrve and ice on the road. Shoffner's truck began to skid, crossed the centerline, and ran off the road to the left, Shoffner overcorrected, came back onto the road, and ran off the roud a second time to the left. His truck continued out of control and collided with u stump and then a tree. Trooper E.C, Roten reported the accident occurred ut ap­ proximately 6:43 a.m, and there were no injuries. • No charges'were filed after an accident oh Nov, 28, Jay Stanley Bryant of Purcellville, Va. was driving his 2006 Pontiac westjOn NC 801. Bryant failed to .stop for a stopsign, ran off the road straight ahead, and collided with un embankment, Bryant's ve­ hiclc continued traveling through an open field before cotning to a stop. Trooper C,D. Hall reported the accident occurred at ap­ proximately 7:31 p.m. • No charges were filed after an accident on Nov. 30, Lauren Angelic Bland of Bryson City was driving her 1996 Mercury east on 1-40 be­ hind a 1999 Honda vchicle driven by Jordan Elizabeth Perkins of Maiden. Perkins slowed her vehicle for stopped traffic; Bland fuiled to slow her vehicle in time and it collided with Perkins', Trooper J,W, Thompson re­ ported the accident occurred at approximately 3:52 p,m, and there were no injuries, • Three deer were reported hit by automobiles in Ihe county last week. In the following re­ ports no injuries to the drivers were repofted: Samantha Simpson Voreh of E. Rolling Meadow Road, Ad­ vance wus driving u 2007 Hyundai west on 1-40 when it collided with u deer crossing the roud. Trooper M,T. Dalton re­ ported the accident occurrcd at approximately 6:05 p.m, on Nov. 22, Meredith Louise Boone of US 601 North, Mocksville was driving her 2008 Lexus west on ■ US 158 when it collided with a deer in the roadway. Trooper E.C. Roten reported the accident occurred at ap­ proximately 11 ;26 a.m. on Nov. 23. Max Steven Wooten of McCullough Road, Mocksville was driving a 2000 Nissan south on US 601. A deer entered the roadway in front of Woolen's vehicle and it collided with car. Trooper C.D. Hall reported the accident occurred at ap­ proximately 3:33 a.m. on Nov, 29, • No charges were filed after an accident on Nov. 30, Angela Diane Lauten of Kernersville wus driving a 2002 Jeep west on 1-40, merging right onto the NC 801 exit. An un­ known vchicle and driver along with a 2004 Cadillac driven by Anthony Joseph Guinta Jr, of Winston-Salem were also trav­ eling west on 1-40 and merging. The unknown vehicle swerved in a reckless manner und col­ lided with Luuten's vchicle. Due to that collision, Lauten's ve­ hicle collided with Guinta's, The unknown driver fied the scene and fulled to give any informa­ tion. Trooper C.D. Hull reported the accident occurred at ap­ proximately 11:25 p.m, and there were no injuries. Sheriff’s Department The following incidents were reported to the Dnvie County Sheriff’s Department. - On Nov, 18 a domestic as­ sault was reported at a home on Davie Academy Road, Mocks­ ville. - A simple assault wus re­ ported at u home on Comatzer Road, Advance on Nov, 21, - On Nov. 20 the larceny of money was reported at u home on Shadybrook Road, Mocks­ ville, - Threats were reported ut u home on Westside Drive, Mocksville on Nov. 20. - On Nov. 20 lurceny was reported at a home on US 601 North, Mocksville. - On Nov. 20 larceny was reported at a home on Sonora Drive, Advuncc. - A breuk-in wus reported ut a home on Scottsdale Drive, Advunce on Nov, 20, - On Nov. 20 a break-in and larceny were reported ut u busi­ ness on Westside Drive, Mocks­ ville, - The break-in of a motor vehiclc was reported at a homo on NC 801 South, Mocksville on Nov, 21. - On Nov, 21. identity theft was reported at u home on Sy­ camore Ridge Drive, Advance. - An auto breuk-in was re­ ported ut a home on Talwood Drive, Advunce on Nov. 21, - On Nov, 21 obtuining prop­ erty by fulse pretense was re­ ported at u home on Lancelot Lane, Mocksville, - A break-in was reported al a home on Jack Booe Roud, Mocksville on Nov, 21, - On Nov, 23 an assault on a female wus reported at a home on Tutts Trail, Mocksville, - Larceny wus reported ut u home on Singleton Rond, Mocksville on Nov, 24. - On Nov. 24 the break-ins of a motor vehicles was re­ ported at a home on Kingsmill Place, Advance. - A break-in was reported at a home on NC 801 North, Mocksville on Nov. 24, - On Nov, 25 an assault on a female was reported at u home on Swicegood Street, Mocks­ ville, - A break-in was reported at a home on Sonora Drive, Ad­ vance on Nov, 24, - On Nov, 25 the break-in of a motor vehicle was reported ut a home on Greywood Court, Advnnce, - The break-in of a motor vehicle wus reported at u home on Winchester Rond, Advunce on Nov. 25. - On Nov, 25 the larceny of medication wus reported ut u home on Richie Road, Mocks­ ville, - A break-in wus reported at a home on Oak Valley Boule­ vard, Advnnce on Nov. 25. - On Nov. 26 identity theft wus reported at a home on Ce­ dar Creek Road, Mocksville. - An auto break-in was re­ ported nt a home on Suntree Court, Mocksville on Nov. 26. - On Nov, 26 obtaining prop­ erty by folse pretense was re­ ported at a home on Andrew Road, Advunce, - A break-in, larceny, und damage to property were re­ ported at a home on Cuna Road, Mocksvillc on Nov, 26, - On Nov, 26 damage to property wus reported nt a home on Builey’s Chupel Roud, Ad­ vunce, - An auto break-in and lar­ ceny were reported at a home on Bridgewater Drive, Advance on Nov, 27. - On Nov. 27 a break-in was reported at a home on Oaktree Drive, Mocksville. - An animal complaint was reported at u home on Lake­ wood Valley Road, Mocksville on Nov. 28. - On Nov. 28 trespassing was reported at u home on Cosabella Drive, Advance, - Identity theft was reported at u home on Lukeside Drive, Advunce on Nov. 28. - On Nov. 28 larceny was reported ut u home on Point Rond, Mocksville. - A break-in wus reported ut u home on Ouk Tree Drive, Mocksville on Nov. 29. - On Nov. 29 u breuk-in wns reported at u home on Wild­ wood Drive, Mocksville, - Damage to property and simple assault was reported at a home on Guinevere Lane, Mocksville on Nov, 30. Land lYansfers The following lund transfers were filed with the Duvie Reg­ ister of Deeds. The trunsuctions are listed by parties involved, acreage, township, and deed stamps purchased, with $2 rep­ resenting $1,000. - Brenda R. Martin and James Quince Martin to Larry Odell Renegur, l/3rd interest, 62.18 ucres.Clurksville. - Eric Nathaniel Dulton, ad- ministrutor of estute off Ella Rose Dulton to Eric N. Dulton, 8 lots, 26 ucres, Fulton. - June Atkinson Willis to Wesley Albert Willis, I lot, - Jane McNair Waugh by her attorney in fact, Philip R.S, Waugh Jr. to Jomes A. Shouf und Helen F. Shouf, trustees, 1 lot, Shady Grove. - Christopher M, Supple to Frances A, Нифе, trustee, 1 lot, Furmlngton, $420, - Dorothy Seuford Hemrick and Joe Sherrill Hemrick to Kent Juson Woodward and Me­ lissa Woodward to Samuel Lambert and Bonnie Lambert, 2 tracts, Mocksville, $168, - Charlie V, Ellis and Alice L. Ellis to Jeffrey B. Lynch and Charynne Ellis Lynch, 1 tract, Farmington, - Chariie V. Ellis nnd Alice L. Ellis to Judy Ellis, I tract, Farmington, - Jeff D. Rogers, substitute trustee to Thomas Foster, 4 tracts, Jerusalem, $66, Mocksville Police The following incidents were reported to the Mocksville Police Department, - A Davie County Hospital employee reported Nov. 21 someone tried to obtuin pain medicine under u false name, - The lurceny of u pack of steaks from Food Lion, Salisbury Road, was reported Nov. 20. - A vehicle parked at Walmart wus scrutched, it wus reported Nov. 23. - A man reported Nov. 24 he wus ussuulted by un elderly womun at a residence on Mill Wuy, - A vehicle was damaged in the Walmart parking lot, it was reported Nov. 25. - A woman reported Nov. 24 a vehicle and muil were dum- aged at u residence oh Mountview Drive. - A womun reported Nov. 24 someone had stolen her identity, - Two women reported Nov, 21 they were ussuulted ut u resi­ dence on East Lexington Road. - The larceny of clothes, video games, CDs and DVDs from Walmart was reported Nov. 25. - The larceny of 42 video games from Walmurt was re­ ported Nov. 24. -The breoking, entering nnd larceny of a fire extinguisher ond digital clock from the Brock parking center was reported Nov, 26. Arrests - Duvid Cluy TVexler Jr., 32, of Woodleuf, was churged Nov. 20 with driving while license revoked, Triul dute: Dec. 19. - Sylivu Castillo, 37, of Woodleof, wns charged Nov. 21 with larceny by employee und uiding ond abetting. Bond; $30,000. Triul dote: Dec. 4. - Aurin Surin Cosmu, 38, of Whittmun, Ariz,, wns chargcd Nov. 25 with shoplifting. Trial dute; Jan. 18, - Jeremy Causey McDaniel, 34, of Belatre Lane, wos charged Nov. 21 with DW l and driving left of center. Trial date: Dec. 19, Colerino Santill Dominguez, 40, o f Edison Street, was charged Nov. 28 with driving without u license. Trial date: Feb, 16, IVamc Accidents - No charges were filed af­ ter a wreck on Sanford Avenue at 4:35 p,m, Nov. 25. Dale Hubert Gish, 54, of Harmony, was driving a truck behind another truck which was stopped nt 0 stoplight by Rob­ ert Eari Floyd, 62, of Fainnont. When Floyd didn’t move his truck os the light turned green, Gish passed to the left and then made a right turn when the two collided, reported Officer Jus­ tin Foster. - A driver left the scene of a wrcck on Yadkinville Road at 3:36 p.m, Nov. 21. Aroceli Gama Antunez, 27, of Yadkinville, was driving a 1994 Mitsubishi thot wos struck from behind by the truck that left the scene, reported Officer E.M, Parker, - No charges'were filed af­ ter 0 wreck on Yodklnville Road at 4:45 p,m, Nov. 25. Comelio Shelton Smith, 81, of NC 801 North, was driving a 2003 Toyota and failed to see that traffic hod come to a stop, causing her vehicle to strike the rear of a 2004 Cadillac driven by Marceleen Cook Bodsford, 77, of Country Lane, reported Officer Joey Reynolds. Please See Records > Page 7 mEHERDUMONDSFORtmillMSI NOW THRU SATURDAY! DIAMOK MOCKSVILLE • 751-3747 GOLD GALLERY ^ CLEMMONS • 766-1800 Regular at $699! 1 l / 2 C a r a t a t l / 2 P R I C E ! The North Carolina Triad Afflliote of Susan G, Komen for the Cure has appointed Davie residcnj Anna S. Eichhom as its executive director, “We are so fortunate to have Anna lending the Triod Affiliate’s efforts in the fight oguinst brcost cancer. She brings n wealth of valuable, relevant experience to the executive director’s post,” suid Shelley Holden, president of the offiliote, “Her breodth of knowledge and organizotional capabilities will greatly enhance our fundraising, community outreach and all program areas,” Before joining the affiliate, Eichhom was the director of development at Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina, since October, 2007. Previously, Eichhom wns Ihe executive director of Smart Start of Davic County nnd Duvie County United Way, positions involving extensive board involvement, fiscal management, marketing, fundraising and other activities in public and private settings. Earlier in her career. Don’t Leave Valuables In Vehicles By Jackie Seabolt Enterprise Record A rash of vehicles break-ins in the eastem part of the county hus the Duvie Sheriff’s Depart­ ment sending u wuming to resi­ dents to lock their curs with Ihe holiday season nearing. According to Capt. J.D, Hartman, approximately 25 ve­ hicles in the Oak Valley and Hillsdale area have been broken into. Hurtman said that the major­ ity of vehicles have been left unlocked und the pcrpetralor(s) have rummaged through and stolen property. "They huve muinly tuken loose change, credit cards, und such. They took u big screen tv that had been purchased and left in a cur overnight,” Hurtmon soid. The break-ins ore toking place between midnight and the eorly moming hours. R e c o r d s ... Continued From Page 6 - No charges were filed af­ ter a wreck on HospituI Street al 9 a.m. Nov. 25. Chet Channing Bledsoe, 78, of US 601 North, was driving a 1993 Dodge that struck u 1993 Ford as it WHS bucked from a porking space by Michael John Runney, 21, of NC 801 South, Advance, reported Officer Jus­ tin Foster. - James Carlton Roberts, 24, I ipf Sanford Avenue, was driving 10 2001 Mozdo on Sonford Av­ enue ut 7 p.m,tNov, 26,wheh'il' wus struck by u deer. Cooleemee Police The following are from Cooleemee Police Department reports. - The breuking, entering und larceny of four handguns from 0 residence on Erwin Street wos reported Nov, 23, - Rofoel Sontos Alvurudo, 32, of Stucee Trull, Mocksville, wns urresled ut a residence on NC 801 South Nov, 23 for felony possession of cruck co­ caine, possession with intent to sell and deliver drugs and car­ rying a concealed weopon. He wos taken into custody in lieu of 0 $12,500 bond, pending o Dec. 4 oppeorance in Dovie Dis­ trict Court. Officer Brent C. Cronford seized 1 gram of crock cocuine, $203, and o 9mm hand­ gun with eight rounds of ammu­ nition, - Dorothy Latralie Howell, 33, of Hickory Street, was charged by Cranford on Nov. 17 with ossoult on 0 government official ond resisting arrest. Trial dute: Dec. 18. - A Cooleemee woman was cited for exceeding a safe speed after a wreck on NC 801 South on Nov. 25 at 8:15 a.m, Carey Steele Bamey, 30, of Westview Avenue, was driving 0 1999 Dodge thot slid on ice, crossing the center line and striking heud-on u 2004 Chevrolet driven by Morciu Brinkley Perrrell, 36, of Woodleuf, reported Officer Matt Scott. Hartman said one subject could not sleep and got up uround 3 u.m, "She suw some­ one in her neighbor’s cur but did not call the police,” Investigation into the case is ongoing und anyone with infor- mation is asked to contact De­ tective Brandon Emory ut 751- 5547. "Just u note,” Hurtmun suid. "Don’t leuve valuables in your car and moke sure you lock your vehicle,” Eichhom spent 10 years in supervisory roles with the Central Intelligence Agency, most recently as the deputy chief, office of financial management. There, she supervised staffs of various sizes, served os the Army and Novy liaison and handled budgeting and cash disbursement functions. Eichhom received a bachelor's degree in business administration from William Woods University in Fulton, Mo. She attended Project LEAD’S Leadership Acadcmy at UNC Chapel H ill’s Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute, and received a Certificate of Nonprofit Management from Duke University, Eichhom is uctivc in her community huving served us president of the North Duvic PTO, as a Paul Harris Fellow and former member of the Rotary Club of Mocksvillc, as chair of the board of deacons of Cornerstone Christian Church, and in other capacities, “It is my great pleasure to serve such a highly regarded organization as Susun G, Komen For the Cure,” Eichhom said, “I am especially proud to be part of this local effort that exemplifies grassroots net­ working at its best, and which represents the largest source of nonprofit funds directed to the fight against breast cancer in Ihe worid.” Anna S. Eichhom Eichhom resides in Advance with her husband Doug and two children. Collin. 15, and Brianna 13, D I A M O N . M O C K S V IL L E • 751-3747 G O L D G A L L E R Y C L E M M O N S • 766-1800 OVERSTOCKED & MUST SELL! WERE $150!Q U A N T IT Y U M I T E D ! ^ 3 9 ! 7 4 % O F F SAVINGS B e a u t i f u l S t e r l i n g S i l v e r H e a r t w i t h D i a m o n d s 8 • DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thureday, Dcc. 4, 2008 Davie Campus Ready To Open New Addition The ribbon will bc cut Dcc. 15 on a major campus expan­ sion of the Davie Campus in Mocksville of Davidson County Community College. ' The public is invited to the io a.m. ceremony at 1205 Salisbury Road, across from Davie High School. The expan­ sion features 11,000 square feet of new or renovated space, fi­ nanced by a $3 million appro­ priation from Davie County. , Staff and faculty will occupy new and renovated spaces following Ihe ribbon cutting, and students will begin classcs Iherc in January. The addition will bc called the Administra­ tion Building. The adjoining existing building has been re­ named the Laboratory and Health Technology Building. • The Administration Building features a one-stop shop for stu­ dents seeking admissions and placement; career guidance, fi­ nancial aid counseling, registra­ tion and bookstore services. It will also contain a multiple-use, dividable, 100-seal classroom that may bc used by Ihe public when classes are not scheduled. The building will conldin a con- icrence room, kitchen and large outdoor back pnlio. I Also open lo students and the public is a newly expanded library featuring wireless A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 10 a.m. Dec. 15 at the new addition to the Davie Campus of Davidson County Community College. inlemet capabilities. The library fills the first floor of the Dnvio Communily Bujlding. A focal poinl of Ihe new library is a his­ tory wall that presents a visual history and lime line of the Davie Campus that was first eslnblished in 1994. Davic commissioners also made it possible lo renovate a welding Ittb, histotechnology lab, and nursing lab about two years ago, allowing the colIcge lo offer more academic pro­ grams, especially in the healthcare field. The Davie Campus began offering a popular neW, three- semester Practical Nurse Edu­ cation progrnm in January. Il combines online and face-lo- fiice instruction to prepare graduates for the exam to be­ come a licensed practical nurie (LPN). Other academic pro­ grams unique to the Davie Cam­ pus are histotechnology, phle­ botomy, and cancer information management (mostly online), and welding. Videoconferencing capabili­ ties allow .simultaneous classes on the Davidson and Davie campuses lo bc beamed logelhcr using two-way audio and video cquipnienl. This technology al­ lows Ihe instructor and students on one campus lo be connccted in real time and interact with students and a technology assis­ tant on 0 different campus. Many curriculum courscs are offered on Ihe Davie Cam­ pus including; introduction lo business, principles of manage­ ment, corrections, ethics and community relations, JAVA pro­ gramming, Western Cjivilizalion II, international business, intro­ ductory algebra, survey of mathematics and general psy­ chology. Enrollment at the Davie campus has steadily grown, and it was designated as a multi­ campus site two years ogo. As the only institution of higher learning in Davie County, more and more people have turned lo DCCC for a variety of credit and non-credit courscs, soid Dr. Mary E. Rittling, DCCC presi­ dent. “We are extremely proud of the new and improved facilities wc will offer our students and the community in Davie County," Riltling said. “We ore also proud thal the David Cam­ pus is supported by so many people, especially the Dovie County commissioners. Had it not been for their generous ap­ propriation, we would nol be able to meet the expanding needs of our students and Ihe communily. “The Dovie Campus helps crcate success for its students, offcring hope, opportunities and jobs. It has bccome known as one of Davic County's strongest assets," she said. Democrats Tout Successes; Donate To A Storehouse Democratic Women of Davic County met on Tuesday, Nov. 18 for the regular monthly meeting. . Chair Sue Nokbvich called Ihc meeting lo order and said o prayer. Many women were present, including one new member, and several guests. “There was much excitcment in the room and women were anxious to hear obout election day experiences," said Mazie Laurence. “All of our members took advantage of the carly voting in order to be free on election day to be at Ihe polls giving out candidate materials." Some women worked at headquarters, making telephone colls. Everyone had slories to tell about encounters they had with Ihe opposition and lo tell stories aboul people who voted for the first time in their lives. “We cun all bc proud of the hurd work we did and the accomplishments we made,” she said. “We huve a Democratic president, Barack Obama, a Democratic governor, Beverly Perdue, und a US Democratic senator, Kay Hagan. Although we live in a very Republican county, and are outnumbered by registered Republicans by more than three lo one, we were able to garner Ihe voles necessary to^help our national and state candidates be victorious. "B ill Burnette ran a professional campoign for Ihe stale senate. He was unable to pull the nccessary Republican support needed to unseat Andrew Brock, a native of the county and one who goes to Raleigh for every vote but seldom introduces or votes for legislation that would help the majority of the residents of Davic County," Laurence said. “Burnette had more support in Rowan Counly, bin unforiunulely, nol enough." Burnetle said he plans lo continue lo work for the residents of Davie by providing jobs and doing things that a businessman cun do. “Unforiunulely, the citizens of Davie County are the losers." “Roy Carter also ran a professional campaign for Ihe Fifth District Congressional scat against Virginio Foxx," Laurence said. “For some reason, Ihe people of the Fifth District like Virginia Foxx. It is hard for Democrats to understand why because she voles against so many things thal would help all Ihc people of the district; but unfortunately,. not loo many people in Ihe area keep up with her voting record or to the organizations thal finance her reelections, such as drug'companies, in.surance companies and oil companies. Now Ihal Foxx will no longer have Qcorge Bush to snuggle up lo, we will sec what leadership abilities she possesses.” This year the Democratic Women of Davie hove supported the Storehouse for Jesus. Women bring canned goods to the meeting each month and Alice Brown delivers the items lo the Storehouse. Bccause of so many job losses and inflation in the counly, people are using <he Storehouse more for food and basic hygienic itoms. Brown said. The Democratic Women have Davie Democrats tal<e goods to A Storehouse for Jesus for distribution to the needy. pledged support to continue providing canncd food items lo the Storehouse for 2009. Members made plans for the annual Chrislmas.dinner at the Sagebrush Restaurant on Dcc. 16 at 6;30 p.m. All Democrats in the County are invited. The annual Vulcniine Tea will be held in February at the Senior Ccnter in Mocksville. Members will continue lo work on precinct organization arid hope lo odd Norlh Calahaln, Jerusalem, and Fulton to tho.se precincts already organized. “Muny thanks go oul to all those Democrats and unaffilialed voters who have come onboard and helped win this election," Laurence said. Administrative Court The following cases were disposed in Dovie Administrutive Court, - Verna Kay McCraw, driving while liccnsc revoked, dismissed. - Adell Kerri McHugh, failure to slop at stop sign/ flashing red light, reduced to improper equipment, cost/remit fine. - Patrick Carson Miller, expired/no inspeclion, dismissed. - Christopher J. Moebes, .speeding 86 in a 60, reduccd to 69 in a 60, $15, cost. - Ignacio Mojica, expired/no inspection, dismissed. - Charles Franklin Myers, speeding 49 in a 35, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - James Edward Myers, no license, expired/no inspection, dismissed. - Andrea Elise Naylor, speeding 68 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Trina Dunn Norris, operating vehicle with no insurance, fictitious/canceled/ revoked registration, dismissed. - Robert Theodore Olive, additional lighting equipment violation, dismissed. - Edona R. Pacolli, speeding 87 in 0 70, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost. - Jariies Elmer Peck, driving without two. headlamps, rear lamps violation, dismissed. - Eli Ruz, .speeding 84 in a 70, reduccd to improper equipment, $25, cost; failure to wear seal belt, dismissed. - Jose Juan Reyes, no license, dismissed. - Lambert N. Robinson, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced lo improper equipment, $50, cost. - Robert Cody Rusher, failure to reduce speed, dismissed. - Nancy San Filippo, speeding 49 in a 35, reduccd lo improper equipment, $25, cost. - William Robert Sawrey, failure to slop for stop sign/ flashing red light, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Tristan Michael Smith, operating vehicle with no insurance, driving/allowing vehicle to be driven with no registration, dismissed. - Adam Zone Sparks, speeding 66 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Michael Wayne Spaugh, expired registration, dismissed. - Christopher D. Squires, speeding 83 in u 70,'reduced to improper equipmeht, $25, cost. - ShariAnn Stephens, failure to slop for slop sign/flashing red lighl, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Zelh Dawson Stone, exceeding safe speed, dismissed. - Charies B. Strader, failure lo slop for stop sign/flashing red light, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Molthew Robert Thomas, expired/no inspeclion, dismis.sed; reckless driving ,lo endanger, reduced lo improper equipment, $50, cost. - Susan Hughes Thompson, speeding 69 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Jody Reece Treadway, speeding 80 in a 70, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost. - Jose C. Valencia, no license, $50, cost; driving left of center, dismissed. - Louise Beale Vincent, speeding 88 in o 70, reduced to improper equipment, $100, cost. - Theodore C. Wolwik, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost; expired registration, dismissed. ■ - Travell M. Washington, expired registration, dismissed; handicapped parking violation, $100, cost. - Courtney B. Wiilioms, failure to reduce speed, dismissed. - Kathy C. W illiams, speeding 67 in o 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Shaquasia Y. Williams, failure to wear seat belt, $25, cost. - John Ashley Wilson, C o u r t . . . Continued From Page 4 failure to notify DMV of ad­ dress change, $25, cost. - Stephen D. Sherrill, unsafe movement, driving with license revoked, dismissed. - Loretta Daphne Sloan, driv­ ing with license revoked, prayer for judgment continued on cost.. . - Anthony C. Stewart, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 24 monlhs, $100, cost, surren­ der license, not operate a vehicle until licensed by DMV, sub­ stance abuse assessment/treat­ ment, 24 hoiirs community ser­ vice; unlawfully passing emer­ gency vehicle, open container after consuminig alcohol, no operators license, dismissed. - Dreama Shavon Taylor, dog or cot vaccination, dismissed. - Robin Frost Weant, resist­ ing a public officer, dismissed per pleu; assault on a govern­ ment official/employee, sen­ tenced to 60 days, suspended 18 expir'ed/no inspection, dismissed, - Tamula B, W ilson, speeding 66 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Ricky Allen Winters, speeding 48 in a 35, reduccd to improper equipmeni, $25, cost; expired registration, dismissed. - Lucinda Elmore Woody, failure lo reduce speed, dismi.ssed. months, $100, cost, write letter of apology to officer; remain of good behavior. - Lloyd Wesley Webb, iis- sauU by strangulation, assaull on a female, misdemeanor child abuse, dismissed per request of prosecuting witness. - John Paul White, assault on a female, dismissed per media­ tion. - Hannah Marie Wilcox, speeding 67 in a 55 and failure to notify DMV of address change, reduced to improper equipmeni, $50, cost; operating vehicle no insurance, dismissed. - Tushu Lynn Wislion, failure lo notify DM V of address change, $25, cost, 331.50 attor­ ney fees. Failed to appear: - Kevin George Burrell, mis­ demeanor probation violation out of county, - Henry Watson Dulin Jr., driving with license revoked, rear lamps violation, expired/no inspection slicker, fictitious/ concealed/revoked registration card/lag. - Muriu Reginu Fleck, ex­ pired registration card/tag, fail­ ure lo slop for stopsign/flashing red lighl. - Andrew Caldwell Keiner, speeding 93 in a 70. - Kevin Anihony Miller, speeding 89 in a 70, driving with license revoked, operating vehicle no insurance, fictiiious/ concealed/revoked registration card/tag. - Lori Elizabeth Seals, simple worthless check. - Tony Lynn Speaks, DWI, open container after consuming alcohol, driving with license revoked, failure lo wear drivers seat belt, - Terrance Reshaw White, in­ jury to real property. -Ronnie Dean Williams, sec- ■ ond degree trespassing. 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"I remember when I was In grammar school, the teacher would ask students what they wanted to do when they grew up and I would always say I wanted to work on cars,” Mike says. 'That’s what I have always wanted lo do." GM and Honda certllled If it's broke, Mike says he and fellow mechanic Todd Edwards, who Is Honda certified, will try and tackle the problem. He enjoys seeing what makes cars tick. I 'There's not much we can't do In terms of automotiva problems," he says. “ I have worked for several Independent shops and I am GM certllled as V/ell." M & S Automotive is also ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certified. 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D e m o c r a t . . . C o n tin u e d F ro m Page 1 staff. H e cn llcd m any by na m e, in c lu d in g fo rm e r c o u n ty m an age r T e rry Bralley, w hom he compared to Tin a Tu rn er ( “ the best” ) and Le x Luger; new county manager Beth D irks, who he said has the most potential of any young person in public adm inistration in the state; and assistant m anager Jim Stockert, “ a w alking ency­ clopedia ... with impeccabic character.” "D avie County is a people place. It w ouldn’t exist w ith­ out our volunteers,” Flem ing said. Flem ing did not seek re- election. Last m onth’s votes gave thé three seats to M ark Jones, incum bent R ichard Poindiexter and K en W hite. Incum bent Johnny Frye lost a bid for reelection. "There is no ‘I ’ in team,” Flem ing told the new board m em bers. " I ’ve done m y best. I feel totally confident you w ill do a better job. God bless you, and good luck.” Woman Charged With Ernbezzling IVIerchandise It wasn’t the first arrest for em bezzling that the M ocks­ ville Police Departm ent has made in recent years. B ut it was one o f the most in value of items stolen. S y lv ia C a s tillo , 37, o f C o o l S p rin g s R o ad , W oodleaf, was arrested N ov. 21 for felony larceny by em­ ployee and aiding and abet­ ting felony larceny. She was taken into custody in lieu of a $30,000 bond, pending a Dec. 4 first appearance hear- ing in D avie District Court. A form er em ployee ot the D o lla r General off U S 601 South, she is charged w ith stealing and helping to steal more thon $18,000 worth o f merchandise from the store. "A n y employee who takes from their em ployer, no m at­ ter what the value of what is taken and converts that item to their ow n use or purpose, is guilty o f a felony in N orth C a ro lin a ,” said D ete ctive Stuart Shore. B y IVfikc B a rn h a rd t Enterprise Record N e w m em be rs o f the D a v ie C o u n ty B o a rd o f County Comm issioners - and the sitting commissioners as w ell - got a little advice be­ fore n swearing-in cerem ony M onday evening. ■ R e co g n ize vplerans on Veterans Day. Judge Jim m y M yers, be­ fore p e rfo rm in g the ce r­ cm ony, told the filled meet- “So help me God, that is the most important phrase in this entire oath. It is more than words, it is some­ thing to be lived.” - kludge Jimmy Myers T h o m a s S . B r o w d e r , F a m l y , C o s m e t ic , a n d R e c o n s t m c t iv e D e n t i s t t y ing room that it was disap­ pointing that there was no county com m issioner recog­ nized at the Veterans D a y cerem ony on Nov. 11. "Veterans D ay is not just another holiday,” he said. H e had even more advice. “So help me O od ,” M yers said. 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Subtolbart (hall only hav« accass as long ai (hay ar« tubtcribar« to Yadiel and as long as DUney Connection Uludn accas« to thas« »«rvica». ■«MtNIY Judge Jimmy Myers administers the oath of office to new county commissioners, from left: Mark Jones, with wife Gwyn, son Alex, and daughters Emily and Jennifer (son Bobby was unable to attend); Ken White, with wife Anne and daughter Rachel; and Richard Poindexter with wife Linda. - Photos by Robin Snow New C o m m issio n e rs G et So m e A d vice c o m m is sio n e rs and th e ir families, their left hands on a Bible and their right hands in the air. "It is m ore than words, it is something to be lived,” H e then administered the oath o f office to new com m issioners M a rk Jones and K en W hite, and return­ ing com m issioner R ichard Poindexter. Th e new com ­ missioners were surrounded by their spouses and fam ily members. " It’s m y prayer that G od w ill bless you as you lead and govern this great county,” M yers said. www.yadtel.net • 336-463-5022 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 - Bl B o y s B a s k e t b a l l G e t s B i g N u m b e r s F r o m H a r r i s B y Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Rccord The Davie varsity boys basketball team’s results were mixed in the Гоир team Davie Shootout here last week. In the first rotind, Davie played su­ perbly in the fourth quarter to hold off Asheboro 61-56. The championship game against Salisbury, however, was mostly frustration for the War Eagles, who dug a hole in Ihc first quarter and never recovered in a 75-64 defeat. Davie is 1-2 in nonconference play. It was still missing freshman center Shannon Dillard, who has missed ev­ ery game with a knee injury. He should be in the lineup this week. JamabMayfieid, combo guard, sparked a terrific 10-2 start against Asheboro. Leading the break, he made an around-the-back pass to Landon Harris, who finished witli a left-handed layup. Mayfield dove three rows lii'tb the stands to save a ball to Drew Absher, who tumed and quickly found Harris underneath. In the second quarter, Mayfield chased down a ball under the goal and made another behind-the-back pusis, this time to Absher for a layup. Mayfield’s highlight-rcci passing led to seven assists. Equally impressive, he had no turnovers. “We played Jamal some at the point because he can lead the break like that,” coach Mike Absher said. "I told him if you have the opportunity to attack and you can dish it, do it. He would get a long rebound and there he went. 1 didn't know if he had those kind of numbers' in him, but you could tell he had the potential to be that kind of passer. The other thing he does that’s really helped us is he gets out and runs tlie lanes hard when he’s off the ball. He can get in there and finish. He brought his A game tonight, that’s for sure.” Ultimately, the biggest reasons for the victory were James Mayfield, Har­ ris and Absher. James Mayfield pow­ ered in the paint for 17 points and 10 rebounds. He drew contact repeatedly and converted seven of 10 free throws. Harris has made drastic improvement since his junior yettf, scoring 16 points, hiuing seven of eight field goals, two ‘ of two 3s atid pulling down nine re­ bounds. Ten was his career high in scor­ ing before this night. Absher didn’t hit a 3, but he made nine of 11 free throws to finish with 15 points. It was a welcome departure from the first game, when Davie failed to find an offensive threat to go wilh Absher. In the loss to West Iredell, James Mayfield and Harris combined for 15 points. They combined for 33 in this one. "Coach (Johnny) M iller asked Kenny (Wood) to chart post touches, and we had 24,” Absher said. "That was something we really focussed on the last two'days to,make James and Landon mote of a factor. They turned out to be big tonight. That’s the kind of scoring we’ve got lo have. We’ve got to Jiave three guys like that in double figures.” Harris’ stature as a vital cog rose in Ihe tournament. Over two games, he scored 33 points and grabbed 16 rq- bounds. "Landon stepped up,” Absher said. "We challenged some people lo make some shots when Ihings gol tough. He buried a big 3 (against Asheboro). He had to battle through an injury in the fall. That was tough because things were really looking good for him. He’d had a great summer and the school year was off to a good start with his work­ outs. The injury set him back, bul now he's back. He has whal it takes lo be successful now,” Davie and Asheboro slugged each other in die fourth, a situation that was identical to the West Iredell game. Please See Harris • Page B8 Jamal Mayfield plays defense against Asheboro, G i r l s T a k e O u t F r u s t r a t i o n s O n S o u t h M e e k Hy Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record In the first round of Ihe Davie Shootout here lasl week, Ihe Davie vor- sity giris basketball team was running stride for stride with Asheboro. The Vlsitdfs;*’however, wiped out Davie’s good feelings in the fourth, scoring 30 points and pulling away 69-56. Davie rebounded in the third-place game, bombing South Mecklenburg 64-16 for a nonconference record of I - 2. The War Eagles played well in the J"irst three quartets against Asheboro. An 11-0 run gaye Ihem a 23-18 lead in the second quartet. Kaycee Dixon threw a pass from halfcourt to a streak­ ing Brittani Stewart for a layup. After Kellie Brown nailed a jumper, Stewart stepped out to Ihe comer and banged a 3-pointer. Dixon made a sweet no-look pass with the left hand to Eiyssa Tucker, who hit a layup. There was beautiful balance in Ihe first half. No one had more lhan five points, but nine War Eagles had points - Ashley Smool, Tonesha Turner, Dixon, Sarah Evans, Maleia Stevenson, Janna Dixon, Brown, Slewart and Tucker, “There was a lot of energy,” coach ^ Debbie Evans said, "We were making Ihe exira pass'and finding the open giri. We had that bounce in our step. We’ve got'to be able to hold that for the ma­ jority of Ihe game, Kellie is a scorer ■ for us, but other than her it’s open for whoever. That is encouraging to get different people scoring and spread it out, Thot’s certainly a positive.” After Asheboro had taken control, Janna Dixon tumed die tide by scoring five straight points for a tie at 37. It was 38-38 heading into the fourth. Just when it looked as if the outcome was coming down lo the wire, Davie had a meltdown. The result was a ¿4-5 run for Asheboro. "We had too many defensive lapses,” Evans said. "We lost our in­ tensity, and we weren’t attacking, tho basket well enough. And il cost us. We made some progress finishing plays, bul we’ve gol a long ways to go.” After shooting 8 of 21 in the second quarter, Davie went 3 of 16 in the third. Davie’s shot selection was prudent in the first half, hitdng 2 of 3 3s and look- iiig for high-percenlage shots. But it fired seven 3s in the third and missed six. ' Kaycee Dixon (11 points) and Brown (10) led Davie's scoring. Turner and J. Dixon had nine each. Tucker pulled down seven team-high re­ bounds. Davie 64, S. Meek 16 In the third-place game, Ihe War Eagles took out their 0-2 frustradons on hapless South Meek, leading 15-0 afler one quarter, 31-7 at the half and 48-9 after three. The War Eagles snapped a four-game losing streak dat­ ing lo last year, but it could have been worse. They went 12 of 27 at die free- throw line. "Everybody played well,” Evans said. “South Meek is real young and Please See Girls ■ Page B4 Sarah Evans works hard inside. - Photos by Jam es Barringer B o sw e ll B u rie s D ram atic 3 By Brian Pitts Duvie Enterprise Record Tums out Nick Boswell of die Ellis boys basketball leam was saving up for one big moment. One really, really big moment. After going the first 47 minutes, 58 seconds of the season without a point, Boswell’s first basket of the 2008-09 season was one to remember. It was a buzzer-beating 3-pointer that beat vis­ iting South Davie 39-36 lasl week. Eariier in the game Boswell missed a pair of free throws. He didn't score in the opener against Forsyth Couniry Day and he was scoreless widi less titan Iwo seconds to play against South. , ‘ "But I know he had a bunch of as­ sists,” Ellis coach Joe Brunelli said. "He was more about looking for die open man undemeadi." : Kenyon Tatum, ah elite seventh grader for Ellis, set the tone by scoring nine first-quarter points. He did slow down, finishing with a game-high 17. "Tatum was incredible,” Brunelji said. "He's just a force. And he’s only a seventh grader.” South's Caleb Martin, who sat oul the first game with an injury, scored 14 points in his middie-school debut. Twin brother Cody Martin added nine. Peyton Sell drained three 3-pointers and hit Uiree of five shots overall for Ellis, which squared its record at 1-1. South fell to 0-2. Jeremy Wolker added eight for Ellis. ' ^ "We need lo gel eight or nine out of Walker and Sell every game,” Brunelli said. "We played our game and everyi thing fell into place. And we believed in ourselves. Coach (Brent) Wall has ; Please See Dramatic - Page B2 W o r th N o t in g . . . . Davie wrestlers M ichael W aters (112), M á tt Ciuw ck (152) and Jonathan H u p p (189) won their weight dosses in the 15-teani O ld : Appalachian Invitational. In a 7 6 -(-l) wipeout at W . Rowan, freshman Tra vo ii Faulkn er won his Davie debut wilh a pin. Ja red B a rb e r got a 22-second pin. b re w A bsher went 17 of 19 at the line and scored 35 points as the ■ Davie varsity boys split two in the Davie Shootout. L a n d o n H a rris had À big toùrnainent w ith 33 points Sind 16 relwunds. i Keliie B ro w n h^s been a consisteiit scorer for Davie's varsity girls, posting 1 5 ,1 0 and 13 points in the finit three games. B obby Fow ler, Russell A nth ony and Stephon Sm oot are 3-0 for S. Davie wrestling. Pins by M a tt V ernon, To b y Low e, B ra n d o n H o rn e and C o le Blankenship and a major decision by TVavls W alk er helped N . DaVio wrestling rally from a 24-6 deficit and defeot China Grove 52-42. A iq y Steller scored nine of her game-high 16 points in the fourth as the Ellis girls rallied past,S, Davie 24-19. Ellis closed with an 11-3 run. N ick Boswell ofthe Ellis boys, buried a 3-po|nter with less than a ' siepond left to béat S. Dayif? 39-36. E l^s fK e n y o n T»iu w ,h i^ij a game- * " ' ■ 1 7 points. Caleb M a rtin led South with 14. ‘ ' S t e l l e r L i f t s E l l i s O v e r S o u t h Ellis' giris basketball team was in a pinch last week against visiting South Davie, and once again asked its No. 1 offensive player for help, Amy Steller likes fourth-quarter pressure. Her hot finish was the differ­ ence in an 18-12 season-opening win over Forsydi Country Day, and Ellis’ 11-3 fourth-quarter blitz against South was a testament to Steller, who refused to let Ellis lose. The 24-19 win raised Ellis’ record to 2-0, while South stumbled to 0-2, Steller scored nine of her game-high 16 points in the final six minutes lo lift the Jaguars, who trailed 12-7 at half- time and 16-13 going into the fourth. In the fourth, Steller tripled South’s output by herself. "Amy look die game ovet and said I’m not going to let us lose,” coach Mike Morgan said. ‘That’s ihp second game in a row that she stepped up at the end. Against Soudi Davie she did the same thing in the clutch.” Ellis got four points from Sydney Wooten and two each from Allie Slabach and Bailey Folmar. Tia Clem­ ent led South with 10, but she only managed one in the fourth, Sarah Sponaugle was next with seven. Morgan threw 11 bodies at South, and die pressure left the Tigers offen­ sively frustrated. They didn’t hit a single field goal in the second half. AU seven of their points came from the line. Slabach, sisters Ive^. and Salem Camey , and Folmar did outstanding jobs on defense, “One thing that helped us is 1 was able to get 11 people in there,” Morgan said, “When you've got more depth. you can keep people fresher, I diink diat made a difference, Allie, the Camey girls, and Bailey all played hard Ihe whole game. If you can keep throwing people oul there, it gets frustrating af­ ter awhile to play against a bunch like that. You gel sick of people gening in your face." I Notes; Morgan’s father was in at-,' tendance, and he was thoroughly im-^ pressed by Ellis’ all-out, all-the-dmei effort. “He watched the teams I had at North Forsyth and West Forsylh, and he said those girls play harder lhan any­ body I've ever seen,” he said. S. Davie 19 - Tia Clement 10, Sa­ rah Sponougle 7, Ashton Brown 1, Elizabeth Holland 1. Ellis 24 - Amy Steller 16, Sydney Wooten 4, Allie Slabach 2, Bailey Folmar 2. I В2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 ‘ Jiirrcttc Mutchcns earned the hrst pliicc iiwnrd ut Ihc Nutionul Youth Hunter Education Chal­ lenge in Wildlife ID and Hunter Skills. He is a eighth grade Norlh Davie Hunter Education Team member aiid competed in the nationals in Mansfield, Pa. He competed in sporting clay, rifle, muzzlcioudcr und ;«rchery as well us Wildlife ID und Hunter 8 Pointer First Deer Keith Hiller Matt Hiller АШО Home Lile BuMimt SUUKCI AM l«t| MMromtHwl linn ГСM*lun*4j» Mulu*l lni>tf«n<* Con'Hiiy jnd ИNjiien<tuw, Ihr *nl On Yeui Vdo «r« r#iki J|iitu/4iKn (‘■'«»(any if? - < s y k 'J D Í ». "Л' С I. »г National Wildlife ID and Hunter Skills champion Jarrette Hytchens with his grandparents, Peggy and Bill Phillips. Hunter Ed M em ber W in s National Title; S ig n U p For Team s h а л '¿ у '1 Sicills. The 2009 Duvie hunter edu- cution teams wiil hold the fmui sign up for North, South, Ellis and Davie High schools Thurs­ day evening from 7-8 p.m. at the Davie High School Multi Purpose Room (across Ihe hall from the library). Fbr more in­ formation, contact coach Jay Hulchens 998-4335 or Andy Atwood 998-3588. Davie High School cheerleadera headed to the national competition include, from left: front - Corrie Phelps, Whittney Correll, Stephanie Watts, Kasey Wiiburn, Madison Whitlock, Jenny Miller; middle - Kirsten Lambert, Maggie Arnold, Heather Cartner, Jennifer Rominger, Megan Medford; and back • Coach Angie Stage, Julie Stamper, Brittany Gobble, Cory Lambert, Michael Wood, Cody Rusher, Lindsay Miller, Laina Womble, Coach Amiee Barnette-Vetter. Cheerleaders Qualify For Nationals For the sccond year in a row, the Davio varsity cheerleaders swept the small coed division und won a bid to the National High School Cheerleading Championships in the Carolina Championship hosted by Uni­ versal Cheerleading Association on Nov, 15. This is the largest high school cheerleading competi­ tion in thé nation, Lust year Davie placcd seventh in its di­ vision and earned air time,on ESPN. “This year we are hoping to, push the bar and get into Ihc top five," said coachcs Angie Stage and Amiee Barnette-Vellcr. Davie will continue to in­ crease the difficulty of ihe rou­ tine and perfect team skills. The nulionui competition is Feb. 6- 9 al Disney's Wide World of Sports. , In preparation for this trip, the cheerleudcrs will be hosting a Winter Warmup clinic on Dcc. 13. This is an individual clihic open lo students from grades kindergarten through eighth grade. Kindergarten through fourth graders will be instructed from 3-5:30 p.m. Fifth through eighth graders will be instructed from 12-2:30 p.m. The cost is $25. This includes a T-shirt and admission to the Davic High varsity basketball game on Dcc. 18. All participants will checr third and fourth quarters of the girls game and nrat and second quarters of the boys game. Group performance will take place during halftime of Ihc boys gnme. Registration forms may be downloaded from www.daviccountychcericading.com. If you have any questions con- tuot Stage via email at R ebecca Mickaiowski, 14, shot this 8-point buck on Saturday, Nov. 15 in R ow an County. She is the daughter of Ted and Lisa M ickaiowski of M ocks- viiie. Krista Brown, daughter of D avid and D anielle Bcown, shot her first deer - a four point buck - on Npv. 28 on her first hunting trip. S he was hunting with her dad in East Bend. She pians to put the atitiers on a plaque. Thanks for M aking Us # 1 IN N O R T H C A R O L IN A . Call us or ¡top in lo yel 0 quote loiJiiy. 1109 Yadkinville Hoad Willow Oaks Shopping Center Mocksville 751-6131 lillletkl ®nationwlde.com Nationwide' On Your Side ■ First Buck Ethan Isgett, 6, son of Rodney and Jennifer Isgett of C ana Road, shot his first buck, a four pointer, while hunting with his dad on Saturday, Nov. 15. V EAGLE RENTALS, inc. 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O l d S c h o o l S p o r t s F r o m 1 9 9 4 • Luke Phelps hit u biiz/er- beulcr shot to forcc overtime, and South Davie’s boys buskct- ball teum prevailed 62-59 over West Montgomery in tlic season opener. Conch Tim Kenney got 19 gutne-high points from Micah Gamer and 17 from McKenzie Willoughby. Oumer, the body- searching point guard, went 10 of 17 at the foul line. South blew a 12-point lead and found itself down 48-46. with three scconds left in regu­ lation. Znch Hunruliun took the iiibounds pass und found Phelps in the paint. • South Davie’s girls de­ stroyed West Montgomery 62- 23. Coach Sheila Tribble's team wus led by Sarah Williams (15 points) and Brittnny Walker (10). • The all-Ccntral Piedmont Conference teams were named. Jcrrine Peeler, Marshall Pills and Greg Lanier made il in cross country. T.J. Potts, Jeremy Howell and Nick Summers were selected in soccer. Heather Schleupner and Dana Smith were hohdrcd'in volleyball. And Meredith Harris made it in ten­ nis. Schleupner was a sopho­ more nnd Peeler u junior. The others were seniors. D r a m a t i c . . . Contlmied From Page Bl nn outstnnding lineup (al South). II wus just one of those gumci! where wc came out victorious. But with the score 36-36, it wus n battle til the end. Both teams played hard. My hat’s off to South Dnvie.” A 15-10 flurry in the third by South left the teams tied at 30 heading into the fourth. It wns 36-36 when Brunelii callcd litnc wilh 19 scconds lo go. With the clock nearing zeroes, Boswell launched a 3. It splashed with less lhan a second left. Whut a memorable moment for Boswell. “He wns doing what he <vns supposed to do, and he was open on the right side of the key,” Brunelii suid. “He wns our sec­ ond or third option on thut piny. I told him; ‘If you gel that shot uny time in the second hnlf, tnke it.’ After the game 1 told him: ‘See what happens when you believe in yourself.’ When you second-guess at anything - I don’t cure if it’s pulling or slioot- ing a basketball - what are the chances you’re going lo make ii?” KnithArcy, Josh Rominger and Stone Stroud played big parts in the win. “Arey hud a big game off the bench,” Brunelii said. “Even though Rominger and Stroud didn’t score, they' pluycd big minutes - crucial minutes that really helped us. They’re solid on defense. They took some shots; they just didn’t fall this lime. Those three guys are like my sixth man. I can pul any of those three in at any time.” Kurils Banner deserved credit. "Banner had a heckuva game,” he said. “His shot wasn’t falling, but he got a lol of re­ bounds.” S. Dnvie 36 - Caleb Martin 14, Cody Martin 9, Devon Parks 4, Adam Peoples 3, Johnathan Wiseman 2, Russell Anihony 2, Josh Cockman 2. Ellis 39 - Kenyon Tatum 17, Peyton Sell 9, Jeremy Walker 8, Nick Boswell 3, Karch Arey 2. Everyone loves a parade •M o c k sv ille G h ris tm a s P a ra d e * •S a tu r(ja y , D e c . 6 2 p .m .* •A (dvance C h ris tm a s P a ra d e * •S a tu rd a y , D e c . 13 10 a .m ,* DAVIE C O U N T Y DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 - B3 S i l v e r S p i r i t s W i n S t a t e B a s k e t b a l l T i t l e The Silver Spirits 65+ women’s 3-on-3 basketball team won first place nl the N.C. Senior Games State Finals in Greenville, Five members of the team have been playing together since 1996, During these 13 years, they have won first place gold meduls 11 times und fin­ ished with silver sccond place medals twice. They played in six National Senior Games, bringing home the gold in 2005. One member, Nancy Haynes, died one week after helping with the state gold medal in 2007. This year was dedicated lo her memory. The first game in pool play went into overtime against the Scrappy Swishers from Raleigh, with the Silver Spirits winning by 2. Charlotte Miller made two foul shots in the overtime lo win the gnme. Foul shooting is one thing Coach Vanessa Carter stresses. Games can be won or lost by how well the team con­ verts on a foul shot, she said. The team hit 5 of 8 attempts in this game. The last gathe in pool play was close to the end, but the Greenville Lady Bugs won. Members said they had worked nine years to get the win. The Silver Spirits’ Rachel Howard left the game with a twisted knee, and did not return for the tournament. The next day in the finals, the Silver Spirits had to work their way to Ihe gold medal round. They won the first game 31-14, and then they went up against the Lady Bugs again. 'The Sil­ ver Spirits worked together nnd kept control of the game,” Carter said. They won, 22-8. Charlotte Miller was the high overall scorer. Sue Allen, Rachel Howard, Alicc Barnette, Elizabeth Williard, Lois Green and Lucy Swaim cach scored during the, tournament. This was a qualifying year for the 2009 National Senior Games in San Francisco, Calif. The Silver Spirits started trav­ eling in May to stale games lo be sure they would qualify. They won gold medals in Vir­ ginia and West Virginia. But they accomplished what they set out to do - win the North Carolina tournament lo repre­ sent their home state in the na­ tional games. 1Ш к M i The Silver Spirits 65+ 3-on-3 basketball team includes, from left: Lucy Swaim,' Rachel Howard, Elizabeth Williard, Lois Green, Coach Vanessa Carter, Sue Allen, Charlotte Miller and Alice Barnette. The Silver Spirits 60+ basketball team includes, from left: front - Coach Larry Williard and Scorekeeper Richard Lightfoot; back - Doris Lightfoot, Mary Newton, Sarah Clark, Patsy Williard, Vickie Frye, Aileen Steeiman, Charlotte Miller. S i l v e r S p i r i t s 6 0 + W i n s S t a t e A n d W o r l d T i t l e s Members of the Sliver Sparks 65 and older team, from left: kneeling - W ade Lowder, David Miller, John Wright, Hayden Myers; standing - Frank Winfree, Mike Barnette, Jim Epperson, George Kimberly. Silver Sparlts Get 1 Win At Tourney The senior women’s basket­ ball team Silver Spirits 60+ won the gold medal in the Huntsman World Games in Utah. They also won mcduls in in­ dividual contests, winning all medals in two age groups in three-point shooting and free throws. Individual winners 65+, 3 point and free throw - gold, Charlotte M iller, 34 points', silver, Vickie Frye and Doris Lightfoot, 21 points each; bronze, Mary Newton, 20 points', hot shot (timed shoot and rebound) - gold, Charlotte Miller, 45 points; silver, Vickie Frye, 36 points; bronze, Doris Lightfoot, 34 points. 60+, 3 point and free throw - gold, Patsy Williard, 22 points; silver, Aileen Steeiman, 21 points; bronze, Sarah Clyrk, 18 points; hot shot (lime shoot and rebound) - gold. Palsy Williard, 35 points; bronze, Sarah Clark, 26 points. Charlotte Miller won the large gold medal for the best overall score among all age groups. She still holds the rccord she set in 2002 for Ihe hot shot contest, While at the tournament, the team visited the Hoover Dnm, the North and Soulh rims of the Grand Canyon and Zion Can­ yon Park. The Silver Sparks men’s 3- on-3 basketball team has been playing together since 2001. The team has competed in seven N.C. Senior Games Slate Finals, and in Virginia and West Virginiu state lournumenls. Recently, they participated in the N.C. Senior Games Finals in Grccnviilc. There were nine teams in the division, and the team beat the Randolph Rough Riders but did nol udvance to medal play. The Silver Sparks practice/ scrimmngc ul the Brock Gym on The Silver Spirits 60+ basketball team after winning the N.C. Senior Gam es 3-on- 3 tournament are, from left: Sarah Clark, Coach Larry Williard, Aileen Steeiman, Alice and Mike Barnette of Davie County carry the torch Patsy Williard, Vickie Frye, Mary Newton, Doris Lightfoot and Scorekeeper Rich- during the opening cerem ony of the State Senior ard Lightfoot. Gam es in Greenville. Mondays and Wednesdays from 1-3 p.m. They invited players over age 65 to join them for the recreation or to join the team. If interested in starling a leam, contact Sandra Boyette ut Ihe Mocksville-Davie Recre­ ation Dcpnrtmcnt, 751-2325. December is the mon№ for giving. 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Rusty O ’Connor, Jon San Filippo, Jured Burber, Aaron Peoples, Alex Costner, Michael Waters Waters, Shune Carter, Zach Ver­ non, Trevon Faulkner and Gar­ rett Cookson followed wilh pins. The helpless Falcons watched Duvie roll up 11 pins in 14 tries. First-period pins Cusack cumc from O ’Connor, San Filippo, Barber, Peoples, Wa­ ters, Vernon and Cookson, Barber’s came in 22 seconds, Il was n nicc senior debut for O'Connor, who missed the first Hupp part of the season, Davie’s other wins were 5-1'by Ricky Bell and 13-4 by David Oakley Davic (2-0) didn't even use Jonathan Hupp, who is unde­ feated (4-0) al 189. II didn't huve 5-1 Shelton Sales, either. Fresh­ man Faulkner made a statement in his Duvic debut, fighting nerves in the first two periods but unswering wilh a pin in the third. "1 pul Trevon in there be­ cuuse Shelton had family obli­ gations in Raleigh,” Lowery said, “Trevon fought off his back. He wus tight in the first two periods, but wc were pleased with him.” Lowery didn’t gloat about the margin. "I don’t know how many they’re going lo get from foot­ ball,” he said. West Rowan is in the 3-A semifinals, not losing sincc early in the year lo Davie. “I wus pleased wilh all of Ihem. Wc did what we were supposed to. They might gel six football players. I don’t know." Earlier, Duvie finished sec- ond in a 15-lcam Old Appala­ chian Invitational. Parkland had 216 points to Davie’s 171, Enka’s 131, Freedom’s 118 and West Forsyth’s 109. Duvie took second despite nol having a 171 - pounder. It was also missing Barber and O’Connor. “We were good enough lo win il if we had everybody where they belong,” Lowery said. Waters (112), Cusack (152) and Hupp (189) won their weight classes with 3-0 runs. Each had two pins. Vemon was second at 130. Finishing third were Costner (103), Sales (135), Garretson (145) and Peoples (285). Notes! Cusack and Waters have 5-0 records. Garretson is 6- 1. Peoples is 5-1 and Vcmon 4- 1.... Davie’s next home match is Dec, 18 against West Forsyth, North Wrestlers Erase 18-Point Deficit At China Grove Most of Ihe lime, there's a scmestcr-likc gap between North Davie’s wrestling team and the opponent. North, though, struggled early al China Grove in its senson opener. But Ihc Wildcats keep re­ loading, year after year, and not even a 24-6 deficit could stop ihem in a classic 52-42 battle. The next two matches were the kind of North perfonnantes we’ve comc to expect - 76-12 over Newlon-Conover and 57- 24 over Amdl. Those took place on the same day at East Alex­ ander. Coach Ron Kirk’s program hus produced eye-popping num­ bers for nearly three decades. His 29-yeur vursily record is 335-29-1, When you combine vursily und J V teums (there was a JV Icam from 1986-87 lo 1991-92), his record is 369-35- 1, The Wildcats arc 268-7-1 since 1987-88. They’re 87-0-1 in the lust 88 matches. Lust year Ihey went 13-0-1 overall and 8- 0 in Ihe conference. Kirk is shooting for his 16th perfect rccord. Fowler, Smoot Dominating For South Wrestling Team Four key performers are buck from lust year, led by Cole Blankenship, who went 13-3 and won the title at 191. Logan Hendricks (13-3), Toby Lowe (13-3) and Mail Vemon (10-5) posted double-figure wins. At China Grove, Clay Th­ ompson started the season with a pin at 83, but Ihe Red Devils reeled off Ihe next 24 points. China Grove’s elation was short-lived. The huge comeback started wilh a Vemon pin und u Truvis Walker major decision. Chinn Grove gave forfeits to Sum Nesbit, Hendricks und Jor­ dun Foucheux as North pulled within 36-34. Down Ihe stretch,'Ihe hosts had no answer for North's big boys, Lowe, Brandon Horne and Blankenship got pins dur­ ing the final four weight classes, China Grove was down four before Blankenship nailed Ihe. coffin shut, Thai capped a 36- 12 North barrage from 125-250. China Grove hud seven of the 12 pins, but North won nine of the 16 weight classes. After the China Grove scare, the Wildcats delivered their usual form. Thompson, Bran­ don Joplin, Jordan Budd, Ver­ non, Austin York, Hendricks, Alex Gobble, Foucheux, Lowe, Home, Corey Gordy and Blan­ kenship had pins against New- ton-Conover. Walker had a 19- 8 major decision. Logan Cartner, Joplin, Walker, Hendricks, Foucheux, Lowe, Home and Blankenship got pins against Amdt. So far there are seven North stars. Vernon, Walker, Hen­ dricks, Foucheux, Lowe, Home and Blankenship are 3-0. Joplin is 2-0. Home, who went 2-0 last year, is 5-0 in his career. The South Davie wrestling team redeemed itself from a sea­ son-opening loss, ripping Amdt 69-18 and Newlon-Conover 60- 27 in a pair of matches at St. Stephens last week. Coach Perry Long said hi.<i Tigers have,improved signifi­ cantly since prcseason. ) ' ^ ‘The first couple of weeks were real shaky,” he said. “I knew they could probably be ' OK, but I didn't know how good ihey would be. You compare with last year’s team. When you have a good team like lasl year and you compare this team lo it, it’s like starting over again. But they’re getting belter. We’ve got 10 work on some more stuff and get Iheir technique a little bet­ ter. But they’re working hard and that’s all 1 can ask out of them,” The Tigers seized 12 of 15 weight classes nnd collected 10 pins against Amdt. They pul up 10 more pins against Newlon- Conover, and improved their record lo 2-1. Stephon Smool, Jamal Lackey, Alex Jacobs, Caleb Mathis, Eric Rodriguez, Bobby Fowler, Russell Anthony und A.J. Blackevich pul some sizzle into South’s season, each going 2-0 with two pins. In his first match of the year ‘.imd just his second career match, ^ le r Russ (93 weight class) pinned his Amdt opponent in the firsl period. Two weight classes later, Austin Lynch gol n first- period pin in his South debut, Lazaro Sanchez (135) also en­ joyed a win in his South debut - a lechnicnl fall, no less. South also got first-period pins from Smool, Mathis, Anthony and Bluckevich, Another Tiger won his middle-school debut against Newton-Conovcr. This time il was 93-pounder Mikel Gadson, who whipped out a pin. South got quick pins from Smool, Ju­ cobs und Rodriguez. Colton Orrell didn’t wrestle ngainst Newlon-Conover, but he took a major decision from Amdt, "If Ihey keep working hard, we’ll be OK,” Long said. Fowler, Anthony und Smoot hnve 3-0 records. Fowler nnd Smoot have six pins between them. Orrell is 2-0, GENE’S A U TO PARTS Wa Make Hydraulic Hoses & Mix Auto Paint 7 6 1 ^ 9 1 4 8 3612 Clemmons Road Clemmons Specials of the Week PHOTOD o n't 1'огц1‘1 \'oiir MiiM -adiiu’s! 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Because o f your efforts, donations, time, and contributions the Lyons fam ily now has safe , modern, and affordable housing. business sponsors Bo’s Landscape and Designs Boggs Building Company Carter Insulation, Desco Electric Davie Electric Davie Plumbing Derrick Nichols Construction Doug & Keith James Masonry Eagle Rental Ferguson Enterprises Landin Painting Larry Street Roofing Lowes Home Improvements IVlocksville Builder’s Supply Norandex Reynolds Orkin Pest Control PRO-Build Randy Grubb Construction Randy Miller & Son Rosew/ood Builders Shoemaker Guttering Southern Piedmont RecyclingShoaf Concrete Southern Homes of Davie Southern Piedmont Recycling & Waste Subway of Hillsdale Webb Heating and Air Wise Electric The Gardens & Greenhouse CHURCH SPONSORS Bethlehem United Methodist Blaise Baptist Church Liberty United Methodist Smith Grove United Methodist Trinity Baptist Church ORGANIZATIONS Davle County Home Builders Association Davle County inspection Office INCREDIBLE TEAM OF VOLUNTEERS Vicky Alien Bobby Allgood Brandon Anderson Tommy Andrale Eric Barber Woodle Bates Jeff Bentley Brandon Bledsoe Clint Bogg« Gary Boggs Pablo Bonilla Mike Brenner Tony Brewer Martin Burris Cory Carter Norman Carter Marvin Chauarrla Jeff Cline John Copes Fredls Cruz Keith Culler Marie Culler Keith Davidson Chris Davis Vernon Elmore Neal Essie A Eusobio Van Fagan Nieke Faires Daphne Frye Wayne Frye Buddy Frosse Juan Garcia Pastor Granado Toro Granao Jim Gregory Alex Grubb Randy Grubb Kim Harris Mark Harris Brandon Hawks Cindy Hendricks Jesse Hendricks Logan Hendricks Pam Hendricks Ricky Hendricks James Hendrix Sis Hendrix Betty Hepier Ray Hepier Sue Howard Olivia Hutchens Toni Hutchens Tonya Hutchens Carl Jacobs Doug James Keith James Wayne James James Jarvis Mel Jones Vanessa Jones Anthony King John Kite Jason Lanier Tom Lentz Ammlel Lyons Alex Lyons Erica Lyons Levine Lyons Solomon Lyons Brett McCracken Don McQuInn Doug Mansfield Adonaldo Marquez Chris Martin Randy Miller Rusty Miller James Moseley Garty Neely Blake Nichols Chad Nichols Derrick Nichols Teresa Nichols Kiersten Nichols Chris Nuckols Jack Paige McKenzie Phillips Jonathan Pilcher Francis Reyes Justin Riddle Karen Roberts Tim Roberts Michael Rosenmeler.„—I- irt-iT.i Andy Russell Bobby Rycroft Tiffany Rycroft Jake Rycroft Raul Salozar Gustavo Sanchez Antonio Santoz Matt Seats Mason Seats Brent Shoaf Billy Shoemaker Dean Shores James Shores Jerry Sims Lonnie Smith Richard Staley Jim Slockert David Straney Larry Street Evelyn Stroupe Jay Stroupe Penny Stroupe Mike Taylor John Taylor Mark Walser Jon Walsh Addle Walsh George Webb Wayne Webb William Whaley Retha Whittaker DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 4,2008 - B7 B6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 4,2008 C O N T E S T R U L E S 1. Anyone can enter cxcept employees of Ihc Davie Counly Enterprise Rccord nnd their families. Only one entry nitowcil per poison per week. All entries must be on original newsprint or f(U to 336-751-9760. 2. Games in Ihis week's conlest nre listed in cach adverliscment on ihcse two pages. Rll in ihc conlest l)!ank onil submit or mail the cnlry^to the Enlcrprise Record, P.O. Box 99, Mocksvilie, NC 3. The first entrant correctly predicting the outcoine of all sames in a week will receive a bonus of $2500. Weekly prizes nre $25 & Cap for first placc und $5 for sccond place. 4. In case of ties, the entrant who came closest to the totn! number of points in the tie breaker wins. If a tie still exists, nwnrds will be divided equally among the winners. Go Davie Higli War Eagles! ise Record before 5 at 171 S. Main St., 5. Entries musi be delivered to ihe Entei pm Friday each week. The office is Mocksvilie. NC. 6. Winners will bo announced foliowlne each contest. Decisions of judges will be Hnal. 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Entries Must Be Received BMoro S pm Friday j В8 ■ DAVIE eOUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 4,2008 Asheboro Intentionally fouls Drew Absher, who iced the game at the free-throw line. H a r r i s . . . Continuée! From Page B l Thanks to Harris, Jamal Mayfield, Absher and James Mayfield, the Wur Engles pulled ■ through. Harris drove and hit a double-, punip layup for a 48-45 lead. Jamal Mayfield went coast to coast for a 52-49 lead. James Mayfield posted up and com­ pleted 0 three-point play for a 55-53 lead with 2;48 to play. After Asheboro popped a 3 for a 56-55 lead, James Mayfield look a pass from Absher and scored as Davie'regained a 57- 56 lead. With Davie clinging to the 57-56 lead, James Mayfield xe- bounded Ashdboro’s missed 3. He ripped down another defen­ sive rebound with 30 seconds left. Forty-four scconds after missing the front end of a one- and-one, Absher stretched the lead to 59-56 by naiUng a pair from the line. • "Drew summed it up (about James Mayfield)," the coach said. “He said nobody has a big­ ger heart than James does. I mean nobodji competes and wanti to will niore than he docs. The way he rebounds and the way he scores those buckets is just a lot of heart and determi­ nation. He's great to have on your side.” Davie went two of 16 on 3s. That was offset by 9-of-12 foul shooting in the second half. Siilisbury 75, Dnvie 64 The championship game was a different story for the War Eagles, who never seriously threatened Salisbury. The defi­ cit in the first quarter was 17-8, it was 37-23 at the half and 55- 36 ufter three. “The frustrating part in the first half was w6 hud so many chances to gel it in single dig­ its," Absher said. “Our transition defense was bad. They got too many easy buckets.” Davie got pounded on Ihe boards (47-37), and it cbuldn'l find Ihe miu'k offensively, shoot­ ing eight of 28 in the first hulf and 13 of 38 In the second. “We did not rebound,” he said. "It really come down to second-chance opportunities for them. We’ve got to rebound bel­ ter.” Among the positives were Absher’s 20 points, seven re­ bounds, five steals, four assists and B-of-8 foul shooting; Har­ ris’ 17 points, seven rebounds and two blocks; Joey Tliylor’s nine points and six rebounds off the bench; and Alex Marion’s six u.ssists. “There were some good things,” he said. “Landon hud back-to-back games that were really good. Drew kind of busted loose. That may have been the best floor game he’s had here. He still didn’t shoot extremely well, but he hud signs of getting his offense buck. Taylor had o good stat line. Thai was pretty good work off the bench." . Notes: A big factor for Salis­ bury was holding James May­ field to six points, 11 fewer than his first-round output. ... The other team in the tournament was South Mecklenburg. ... Davie plays Eastern Randolph nt home on Dcc. 5, al Asheboro on Dcc. 9 and ut Norlh Rowan on Dec. 12. Davie 61, Asheboro 56 - Jumes Mayfield 17, Landon Harris 16, Drew Absher 15, Ja­ mal Mayfield 6, AlexMarion 2, Xavier Dulin 2, Joey Taylor 2, RJ. Neely 1. Salisbury 75, Dnvie 64 - Absher 20, Harris 17, Taylor 9, Jumes Mayfield 6, Jamal May­ field 4, Dulin 4, Denzel Redmon 3, Neely I. C a n y o u h a v e a ll y o u r M e c iic a r e c o v e r a g e in o n e p la n ? A b s o lu t e ly ! BlueMedicare HMO" , BliicMedicare PPO" Ofíerina bolh meillcal and prtscripllon drug coverage -In a single plan, $0 monthly premium plans available' Ma<ii(;oftí pluni üfífftíií by PARTNERS NtiJ/wiol P/c»m oj North Oirolino. Inc. 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It was conceived and written by the late John-Michael Tebeiak with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and the show has been a favorite for more than four decades. Godspeil is the reenactment of several parables interspersed with modem songs that have roots in many traditional hymns, A huge range of life lessons, humor, dance, impersonations and some serious moments arc just a few highlights of ihe show. The cast has been working on the show since September. Director Mike Orsilio notes that “this cast is extremely talented and versatile. Their songs and dances alone are certainly worih Ihe price of admission. 1 am extremely proud of their hard work. 1 k'jjöw. the-audience w ill not be disappointed.” , Godspeil is being presented in dinner theatre format - with dinner at 6:15 p.m. followed by the show at 7 and dessert at intermission on December 4, 5 and 6. Admission; adults $20;'students/seniors, $15; and children, $8. For reservations, contact Hillsdale United Methodist Church at 998-4020. Chroeographer Cheri Van Loon teaches the cast In song and dance. The cast of Godspeil, including Carlton Terry and Mike Orsilio in front, include, from left: Nathan Webb, Kaity Smart, Sharon Webb, Craig Reaves, Jon Kite, Cheri Van Loon, Walter Carmichael, Stacy Jolly, Zac Campbell and Sharon Humston. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursdny, Dcc. 4,2008 - С Jason W alser of The Land Trust for Central North Carolirfa with Mocksville W om an’s Club members, from left: Bonnie Rocl<away, Christine Sanders, Margaret Jo Brocl<, Pat Patterson and Patsy Cranfill. W o m a n ’s C lu b L e a m s A b o u t C o n s e n /a tb n Overcash-PhiHips Engagement Announced Mr.'and Mrs. Richard K. Taylor of Mocksville announce the engagement of Iheir daughter, Ericu Lynn Overcash of Charlotte to Mark Stephen Phillips, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D, Phillips of Gaffney, S.C. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Nichols of Mocksvilic and the lale Mr. and Mrs. Lester R. Overcnsh of Cooleemee. She is a graduate of Ihe University of North Carolina at Charlotte and Central Piedmont Community College, where she earned degrees in elementary ediication, early childhood development and paralegal technology. She is employed in Ihe legal depiirtment with Goodrich Corp. in Charlotte. •, The groom-elect is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Phillips and ihe grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dean Spencer and the late Alice K. Spencer, and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Phillips, all of Gaffney. He is a graduate of Spartanburg Technical College where he pur­ sued a careet as a commercial and industrial HVAC service tech- nipian with Aircond Corp. The wedding will be May 16,2009 at Cherokee Avenue Bap­ tist Church in Gaffney. The Mocksville Woman’s Club met Wednesday, Nov. 12 ut Bermuda Run Couniry Club. President Vickie Smitherman* welcomed every­ one and acknowledged guests. Pledges to the flag were led by Gail Kelly. Jean Saunders read the. minutes and Elke Albrecht read the treasurer’s report. Sun­ shine Lady Evelyn Daniel re­ ported on those who are sick. The "Got It Girl” award for November was given to'Bettie Shore for her work and contin­ ued support of the club. The arts department chairs, Sidniee Suggs and Pauline Bosliah, said the club is having a reception for the arls festival exhibit on Sun­ day, Dcc. 7 from 2-3:30 p.m. at Ihe Brock Perfofming Arts Cen­ ter. Bonnie Rockaway reported that'the conservation depart­ ment is takjng donations of pet food for the Humane Society of Davie. Nancy Penry said Ihe education department is collect­ ing money for the "Book Bags of Hope” project at William R. Davie Elementary School. International affairs chair Elette Owen reported that mem­ bers collected money for Heifer International to purchase rabbits for underdeveloped countries. She said Ihe club raised more lhan $1,050 and collected 600 toothbrushes and toothpaste for an orphanage in Belarus. Oail Kelly askod for volun­ teers to help ring the Salvation Army bell. Myra McGonigle reported on Ihc lipcoming win­ ter und spring fundraisers. The conservation depart­ ment was in charge of the pro­ gram. Jason Walser, executive director of the Land Trust for Central North Carolina, wus the guest speaker. He gave a talk and slide show on preservation of waterways, historical land­ marks und open spaces in the Piedmont that urc being pro­ tected by the Land Trust. Phyllis Poller gave Ihe bless­ ing for the meal. Vickie Smitherman presents a bouquet to Bettie Shore for her work for the ciub. dme davie medical equipment Your lionie Care Company : Y o u H a v e th e R ig h t to C h o o s e Y o u r H o m e IV Ied ical E q u ip m e n t C o m p a n y - D a v ie IV Ied ical E q u ip m e n t. E s p e c ia lly i f y o u g o to a n e ig h b o rin g h o s p ita l. 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Home care continues to be a preferred means of receiving heollh- care services for Americans due to its cost efficiency and convenience, she said. Duvie Counly Home Health Agency, a division of Davie County Health Department, provides a staff of registered nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, specch therapists, medical social workers, and certified home health aides. “The staff Works closely with physicians in order lo provide comprehensive und quality cure to those wilh health needs that can be uppropriutely miinuged ut home,” Kahrs said. Often, when people require surgery or have experienced an injury, , stroke, or other debilitating illness, they need supportive medical care afler they are discharged from the hospital to facilitate Iheir healing and strengthening. Davie Home Health has been providing Ihis type of care for more thun 35 yeors, "People may not know we arc right here in Mocksville, or whot we have to offer them afler a hospital stay,” Kahrs said, "We want people to know we ure here for them, und they can request our services during their hospital discharge process,” Typical home health services may include checking 'and monitoring of vilul signs, helping patients and families understand ' and follow physician instructions, wpund care, drawing blood, infusion services, educating patients and families about signs , and symptoms of illnesses, evaluating patient response lo medications, evaluating patient progress and reporting infonnation to the physician, and providitig therapeutic exercises to restore strengtli, motion, und funclion. The agency provides the security of ONE CARAT 24-hour on-call nursing avuilubility to putients for any medical issues that arise afler regular business hours. In addition to medical care in the home, Ihe agency operntcs the'homemuker progrum - a grant and donation funded program that provides intermittent home maintenance assistance to disabled or elderly adults. Services may includb bath assistance, light house cleaning, errands, or preparing light meals. Home health services are paid for by public and private sources, or directly by patients and their families. For skilled medical care, the agency accepts as payment Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, veteran’s health benefits, workers’ compensation and private pay. The agency’s homemaker program is supported by the state’s Home and Community Care Block Gram, Davie County United Way funds, and participant donations. . Davie County Home Health Agency is located at 642 Wilkesboro St. in Mocksville, holding office hours Monday- Friday, 8:30 u,m.-5 p.m. If you would like more information on home health or homemaker services, or b.elieve you' or a fumily member may benefit from their honie care services, call Kahrs at 753-6200, Regular Price at $2,400! DIAMON. MOCKSVILLE • 751-3747 GOLD GALLERY CLEMMONS • 766-1800 РИСЕ ROUBACK!3 DIAM OND RING P A S T ‘ P R E S E N T * F U T U R E DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec, 4,2008 - C3 F a m ily S e llin g C h n s tm a s T r e e s T o h ie ip W ith A u tis m T r a in in g A Davie Counly couple is selling Christmas trees lo help their grandson buttle uutism, Donnie and Joann Duvis are selling the trees at their Davis Landscaping, business on Furmington Rond to help Thatcher Duvis, 2, und his parents pay for treatment. The trees are one of several projects the fumily has planned lo help puy for medical expenses, “He was a very heulthy baby and met all.his developmental milestones on lime,” said his mother, Amy Davis. "He even talked, but somewhere around 18 months old Thatcher Davis us we blew him slipped uwuy, "He no longer desired for uny sociul conlnct, he lost ull functionul speech, no longer played wilh toys appropriately, didn’t sleep well, and constantly seemed to have a motor running inside of him. When he was pul down for a nap, wc would hear him running buck und forth in his room for hours, “We knew something wus wrong but just weren’t sure whal it was. Since he no longer seemed to reacl to people calling his name, we decided lo have his hearing chccked. When we found that his hearing was normal, a pediatric ENT said he would suggest some developmental testing. So with that direction wc were placed in contact with Ihe Child Developmental Scrvice Agency. found that kids wilh autism can recover from many of Ihc effects autism places on a child, bul it is a long and costly road, none of which is covered by insurance.”. Thatcher is in various therapies over 38 hours per week. He attends the ABC Child Development Center in Winston- Salem for therapy and gels speech and OT therapy from One Step at a Time in Mocksville. His school tuition at the ABC School resembles that of college tuition. He follows a strict gluten free und cusein free diet and is undergoing several bio-medical treatments with Dr. Anne Hines. “It is amazing whal these Ihings have done to help bring our son back into our world again. And he is coming back,” his mother sa|d. "We' project that his cost including bio- medicol therapies, special diet, school tuition and tutors is somewhere around $34,000 per year. “Financially, parents of autistic children struggle; however, we also feel we cannot afford to lose our son to autism. The key lo autism is curly diagnoses and fortunately, Thatcher was diagnosed early. There is a window of opportunity to bring Thatcher back to us und we are doing all we cun lo pull him through. “He went from no functional language to having uround 30 words he can use appropriately. He finally sleeps when put lo bed and has begun to enjoy engaging in activity with people. He loves to run back and forth between my husbund, Robin, nnd myself to be tickled. Every time he says that simple word, 'tickle,' it is music to our ears. “Just seven months ago we wondered if he would ever talk ul ull - und now he is.” Thatcher Davis W ilhin weeks Thatcher was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.” Autism is a complex neurobiologicul disorder that uffects one’s ability to communicate and relate to others. Many limes it includes repetitive behaviors, sensory issues and more. One in ISO individuals is diagnosed with autism, making it more common than pediatric canccr, diabetes, and AIDS combined. It occurs in all racial, ethnic, and social groupsiand is four times more likely lo strike boys than girls. "Honestly, the diagnosis did provide some sense of relief for us;” his mother said. “Once my husband and I knew what we were dealing wilh we decide lo leurn nil we could lo help our son. Afler much rescurch we Barrett To Sign Free Booics Saturday S u d o k u 1 2 3 4 4 5 6 3 7 8 2 5 4 9 1 6 8 9 6 5 7 5 9 6 2 3 7 9 1 5 2 4 Solution On Page C7 Dun Burrell, author of A Mil­ lion Steps; My Walk Across North Carolina, will hold a book-signing on Dec. 6 at the Duvie County Public Library on North Main Street, Mocksville. A Million Steps tells Ihe story of Barrett's experiences as he walked across North Caro­ lina during his campaign for govemoi: in 2004. A summary of A Million Steps is as follows; "During his 2004 campaign for govemor, Dan Barrett em­ barked on a walk across North Carolina, from Ihc mountains lo Ihe const. During ihis ndvenlure, Dan wulked 582 miles, wore oul five pnirs of shoes, nnd lost 20 B e n e f it M e a is D e c . 4 , 1 2 There will be n barbecue chicken dinner lo beneflt War­ ren "Zip" Jones, who needs a double lung truhsplnni, on Fri­ dny, Dec. 12 from II n.m.- 2 p.m. at the Mocksville Police Station on North Main Street. Plates are $8 and include 1/ 2 barbecued chicken (cooked by some of Ihe police officers), baked beans, slaw, roll and dessert. Plates can be picked up Ihc Mocksville Police Stodon or for orders of five or' more, plates can be delivered. To place an order, call Daniel Brown at 391-9047 or Julius Suiter at 998-4987. Hotdogs, hamburgers and chili will be served Thursday, Dec. 4 for lunch at Ihe police department. Donations are also being ac­ cepted and checks mny be made payable to St. John's AME Zion Church. pounds. “He was awed by the beauty of our stale, and deeply enriched by the good people he met along Ihe way. “Relive wilh Dan his walk, including a treacherous walk across the Hiawussee River, his sense of awe in guzing down from Appalnchinn peaks, at­ tacks by vicious dogs, personal tragedy, and the first scent of sea air as he approaches the coast. "Most of all, share in Dun's priceless chance encounters wilh the diverse people of North Carolina." Barrett lives in Advunce with his wife, Kathleen, and two children, Daniel und Rebekah. He is also the author of Norih Cnrolinn Employment Luw (Lexis Luw Publishing, 1998). He hus been uctlvc in commu­ nity service, including scrvice ns chuir of the Duvie Counly Board of Commissioners, and as chair of Davie Counly Hospital. The book-signing will be from 10 a,m,-noon at the library confcrence room. There will be no charge for the book, bul Barrett has asked that folks make a donation to either Davie County Hubital for Humnnity or to the Dnvie County Librnry. ■ The Pino/Farmington ECA members are admiring fidget aprons they recently completed as an ongoing project. The decorated aprons are for dem entia/ Alzheimer patients. The patients "fidget" with the decorations which is sooth­ ing. Pictured, from left: back - Carolyn Boger, Toby Hawkins, Janie Dixon, Jean Smith: front - Joan Cress, and Marie Miller. C r o s s w o r d P u z z l e ACROSS 1. Sow's mate 5. Fellers' needs 9. Daisy's cousin 14, Mrs. Krabappel of 'The Simpsons" 15, Rock's ZZ Top, e.g, 16, Battleship In 1898 news 17, Home sites 18, Sorry situations 19, Ghana's capital 20 , economics (Reaganomics term) 23. Keystone lawman 24. Kitchen pests 25. Pastoral poems 27. Tapped trees 30, Traffic-stopping event 32, IRA-establlshlng legislation 33, TrevI Fountain city 34, Put the pedal to the metal 37, not my mistake] 38, Most profound 41, Altar affirmation 42, Fifth Avenue retailer ' 44, Neckline shapes 45, Place to hit a bucket of balls 47, Places for pins or mikes 49, Saxophonist called "Bird" 50, King Minos, for . one 52, Bubbly drink 53, Sot's sound 54, Spiny fish 60. Tummy troubles 62. It may be Junk 63. Mineral In Gerltol 64. One color on a barber pole The Fickle Finger I 2 3 • 14 17 20 10 11 12 13 Arrwrlcan Prodlf Hometown Content 65. Up to the task 66. Start the pot 67. Flower part 68. Jell-O shaper 69. Winning margin, In a close race DOWN 1, Boxer's prize 2, Sign of decay 3, Prefix with climax 4, Spanky, Alfalfa and gang 5, Clown's props 6, City where Van Gogh painted 7, Like Jokers, sometimes 8, Only fair 9, "Syrlana" actress Peet 10,Cul-de-_ 11, Please greatly 081130 12. Sign up .43. Was In session 13. Hauls in 46. Graceful horse 21. Do a pizzeria 48. Whole bunch . chore 49. Solicited opinions 22. Cellular phones'from lack 50. Tobacco plugs 26. Gridiron 51. Nouveau__ distances; Abbr.52. Expertise 27. State of chaos 55. Shia leader 28. Bocelli delivery 56.__San Lucas, 29. Morsel on a fast- Mexico food burger 57. River through 30, Benedict XVI et Pisa al.58. Shelter beds 31, "Rag Mop" 59, _-slapper (riot) brothers 61. Hellenic H 33, Fiddler's tune 35, Beat, but barely 36. Active sort 39. Track meet part 40. Stock market transaction Ans\xers On Page C7 If you’ve got chronic back pain, you don’t liave to suffer alone. We've got tiie expertise to diagnose your pain and help restore your healthy lifestyle. You aren't alone - we'll be there with you. W e ’v e g o t y o u r b a c k . THIS IS WHAT IT MEANS TO FEEL GOOD SEPC-Rowan Reulonal Mtdlcal Cantor 108 Dorsali Dr, Saliebuiy 704-210-6800 Southeast Pain Care The First Stop For Non-Surglcal Pain Relief. C4 - DAVIE COÜNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursdny, Dec. 4,2008 G ir t G la d T o D o n a te H e r H a ir Joslyn McGee loves her new hairstyle. And her family is proud of that style - minus the 11 inches of hair cut for the Locks of Love program. "After reading about Ihe or­ ganization, she really had it in her heart lo do this for another child who has lost their hair due to illness,” said her mother, Jen­ nifer McGce. “She was abso­ lutely thrilled lo do il and has not lost her excitement ... and she loves her new hairstyle.” Joslyn’s grandfather is fight­ ing cancer, and has lost some of his hair. "We are very proud of her and think she is so brave,” her mother said. Harris Earns Eagie Joslyn M cGee sports a new hairstyle - and some of her old hair to give to a needy children through Locks of Love. Jeremy Dean Harris of Mocksville has earned Ihe rank of Eagle Scout - the highest awarded by the Boy Scouts of America. He is the son of David and Palsy Harris, and is a member of Troop 525 sponsored by Holy Cross Lutheran Church. Harris, 18, completed his Eagle project'at Edgewood Bap­ tist Church, where he scraped and painted the two stairwells on each side of the church, put down limbers and mulch around the church and painted the bell tower. He is also a member of Ihe youth choir and helps wilh small children during church. With Troop 525, he has been senior patrol leader, assistant senior patrol leader, patrol leader, a member of Order of the Arrow and Arrow of Light. He is a member of FFA at Jeremy Dean Harris Davie High School, and in 2004-2005 was named physical education student of the year nt South Davie Middle School. He was awarded Ihe Eagle during a ceremony at Edgewood on Sunday, Nov. 16. A reception was held following Ihc cer­ emony. B A Y L I N C O T I L L I O N S D E N IS E B A S S Ë N • E D D IE M O R G A NINSTRUCTORS Flonlla IhvUn - Foamkr * S o c i a l G r a c e s * E t i q u e t t e ■ D i n i n g S k i l l s SfMPrcmtallm FIrrf ImptraJom Sitting, SbuHlli« WiilkInK IntrodiKtloiu Correct Itund.Sliaki! I^C'oiilart Mannen Courte^Duon, CuuU, Slc|H General Appearanc«'VourApiiomui« ü|Kt<k> Far Yen, Corrett DnsK FwOctasiam B A Y L I N C O T I L L I O N S B e g in n in t; T h u r s d a y , J a n u a r y 1 5 , f r o m 7 :0 0 - 8 :3 0 p .m . KuiM thru M id-M arch B A Y L I N D A N C E S T U D IO o f C le m m o n s 3HIH CIcm m ofM R oad, Ckm m onN M^ft«addraw IH> Bот»l,aemвlaaiц NC270I2 ^ ) \ \ 7 6 6 -2 9 8 8 TbeUlemUA Sllw.Gbtwcs, ICxIniSUviT TbcBMkii Ami HidtiiirM C'Otl>TrKU()(lil The Mend lUlNVTnOnllT (Jnjtult) avie Place ng Assisted Living Community Diana Cornatzer Diana is one of our newest residents and site come to us from her home in Mocksville. She has resided in Mocksville for tlie past twenty years. Bom and raised in Syracuse, New York, close to llie Canadian border, she talks about tlie cold winters and heavy snow during her cltildliood years. One of tlie Itigliliglils of her life, and one of her fondest memories, was llie time she spent willi her husband while he was stationed in Tliailand in tlie early tliirties. “It was so hot, but we had so much fun.. .llie culture, llie food and tlie rickshaws,” While here just a short wliile, Diana is enjoying llie staff and residenis and anxious to lake part in llie aclivilies schedule. Willi her easy laugli and deliglilfiil presence, it’s a pleasure being around her and able to assist her in her daily living. For information On Placement, Contact: Suzanne Simpson-Vogler 3 3 6 - 7 5 1 - 2 1 7 5 H e a lth D e p t O ffe r s F r e e A ID S S c r e e n in g World A ID S Day on Monday, Dec. 1 marked the 20th anniversary. This annual day of awareness ' was initially organized by' Ihe Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/ AIDS (UNAIDS) on Dec. 1, 1988. Tho responsibility was handed over to an independent organization known as The World AIDS Campaign (WAC) in 2005. The theme for World AIDS Day 2008 remains unchanged from 2007: “Slop AIDS; Keep Ihe Promise - Leadership.” “It highlights the need for innovation, vision 'and perseverance in Ihe facc of Ihc AIDS challenge,” said Tona .F. Conialzer, a certified physician ussislanl at Davie Couniy I'lealth Department. The campaign calls on all levels of society, such os families, communities and civil society organizations - ralher lhan jusl governments • lo lake the'initiative and provide leadership on AIDS. The day is meant to increase awareness, fight prejudice, und improve ■ education surrounding HIV and AIDS. “ll serves as a reminder to all of us lhal HIV has nol gone away and lhal there are many things still to be done,” Comalzer said. The red ribbon is on international sy mbol of the fight against AIDS that is worn all year round and parliculorly around World AIDS Doy. It remains Ihc symbol of solidarity of people living wilh HIV and AIDS. HIV stands for hum an immunodeficiency virus, Ihe virus that couses AIDS. HIV is different from other viruses because il attacks Ihc immune .system, Ihe system lhal gives bodies the ability lo fight infections, HIV finds and destroys a lype of whito blood ccll (T colls or CD4 cells) that Ihc immune system requires lo fight disease. AIDS stands for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, the final stage of HIV infeclion. It can loko years for a person infected with HIV, even without Ircatment, lo reach Ihis stage. 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You also cannot get H IV ’ from mosquitoes. HIV is primarily found in Ihc blood, semen, or vaginal fluid of an infected person. HIV is Ironsmilled in 3 main ways: having sex (anal, vaginal, or oral) wilh someone infected wilh HIV, sharing needles or syringes wilh someone infected wilh HIV or being exposed lo HIV before or during birth or through breast feeding. HIV con be iransmilled through blood infected with HIV; however, since 1985, all donated blood ill the United States has been lesled for HIV. Therefore, ihe risk for HIV infection through the transfusion of blood or blood producis is extremely low. The U.S. blood supply is considered among the safest in Ihe worid. You may be at increased risk for infoction if you have had unprotected sex (without using condoms) wilh men who hove sex wilh men, multiple partners, or anonymous partners, injected drugs wilh shared needles or syringes, exchanged sex for drugs or money, been given a diagnosis or been treated for hepalilis, tuberculosis (TB), or a sexually transmitted disease (STD), received a blood transfusion or clotting factor during 1978-1985 or had unprotected sex wilh someone who has any of Ihe risk factors. To reduce your risk of gelling HIV, abstain from all forms of sex unlil you are in a relationship with only one person, are having sex with only each olher, and each of you knows Ihe other’s HIV status. If r Holiday Open House I f Please join us for refreshments, door prizes, salon & spa service giveaways & holiday shopplngl t u d i o / 158'fU u f. A Snion & Spa Offorlng Hair, Nnll & Skin Care for Iho Enllro Famllyl (336) 998-1101 5228 US Hwy 158 (HilUdalo Area)J k you have, or plan lo have, more than ono sox partner, got tested for HIV, talk about HIV and olher STDs wilh each partner before you have sex, leam as much as you can about each partner’s past behavior (sex and drug use), and consider the risks lo your hcallh before you have sex. Ask your partners if they have recently been tested for HIV and encourage Ihose who have nol been lesled lo do so. Use a latex condom and lubricant every time you have sex. If you Ihink you may have been exposed to another STD such as gonorrhea, syphilis, or Chlamydia, seek evaluation and Irealmenl. These diseases con increase your risk of gelling HIV. Oel vaccinaled against hepalilis B virus. Avoid drug . use. Drugs affect your mind and influence your decisions, which may result in taking risks you would nol normally lake. To protect yourself, remember these ABCs: A=Abslinence, B=Bo Faithful and C=Condoms. The only way to ,kn<}w whethef yW*;are infected is to be tested, Yoii cannot rely on symptoms alone bccausc many people who are infected wilh HIV do nol have symptoms for many years. Someone can look and feel heallhy bul can siill be infected. In fact, one quarter, or 25 perceni, of Ihc HIV-infecled persons in the United Stales do not know Ihot they are infected. Once HIV enlers Ihe body, Ihe body slarls lo produce antibodies - substonces Ihe immune system creates after infeclion. Most HIV tests look for Ihese aniibodies ralher lhan the virus itself. Confidential HIV Icsling is available locally, free of charge, al Davie Couniy Heallh Department. Coll 751-8700 for more informolion. Testing is also available al no charge statewide ol any North Carolina local heallh department. L o v e F e a s t T t iis S a t u r d a y The Huntsville Historic Preservation Society invites ev­ eryone lo the annual Huntsville Love Feast on Dec. 6 al 7 p.m. al the historic Huntsville Melh­ odisl Church on Farmington Road in Huntsville. The church handbell choir will perform, along with olher local talents. Admission is free lo Ihe old-fashioned church at­ mosphere. Exercise, Your Brain. Sluiiin.thDwtlut nMilIng Utpi Ihtf minJ Uwr|i.Qvi*yoiirbfdlii ibtXttj.Subsaihelo llwiicw>pjpi-rand MpanJ your mind wilh awoilJ oiinformnlion. DAvm eouNTV BHTBRWUB^ftBCOnD 1718. Main 81.MocKcviil« Ma-7aj.2i20 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 - CS A l z h i e i m e r ’s I s N o J o k e Lonnie Cockerham, Davie Habitat for Humanity exe’' ¡ve director, congratulates card contest winners William Marrs and Kasey NewarK, shown with art teacher Lauren Rieth. H a b it a t S e le c t s W in n in g C h r is t m a s C a r d E n t r ie s The Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity of Davie Couniy soleclod two final art designs reaching a unanimous decision among all submissions received by Davie High School an students. The winning artists for Ihe 2008 Davie Habitat Christmas Card are Davie High Senior, Kasey Newark and junior, William Marrs. Newark titled her drawing as "Building Dreams.” She hopes people will see lhal “Habitat helps others achieve their dreams”. Newark’s’ design captured Iho simplicity of Ihc hope lhal comos wilh Christmas, said boivd president, Neal E.ssic. Marrs’ tilled his design "Circle of Hope” and described his inspiration os, “The hands signify the meaning und warmness of comniunity and friends that tic in as a holiday wreath. Habitat for Humanity is an organization that is only possible with Ihe surrounding of friends, family, and community which are principle parts of the holiday season”. Marrs’ design conveys critical values of Duvie Habitat while capturing Ihc essence,of Christmas, said Robin Myers, marketing chair. Both artists are students in Lauren Roith’ Art III clossos. Reith guided tho art students providing a vision for the project and is coordinating with Habitat to prepare for Ihe official award presentation. Visit the following retailers lo purchase Christmas cards with proceeds benefitling Habitat. Purchases also signify appreciation for the work of Davie High art students. M ocksville - Bank of the Carolinas, Deano’s Restaurant, Main Street Canines, Kelchie Creek Bakery; Advanco - Moby’s Coffce, Bank of the Carolinas, Habitat is a non-profit faith- based organization that exists to provide the opportunity for decent and affordable housing lo low-lncome, hard-working families. For more information, call Davie Habitat at 751-7515 or visit; www.daviehabUat.org or check the myspace page www.myspacc.com/ davieliabitat. Janlne Atkinson', medical social worker, Davie County Heallh Department and Home Health Agency stales that Alzheimer’s is not a normal part of aging. While many people joke about "Old Timer’s Disease,” Alzheimer’s is nol a natural part of aging. Only five percent of adults between 65 and 74 years old have the disease. It is much more common after the age of 85. It is Ihe most common form of dementia seen in older adults but it is not the only cause, Atkinson said. Some of the first symptoms o f Alzheim er’s disease are memory problems. Sometimes dehydration or vitamin deficiencies, side effects of now medicines or even small strokes can cause similar symptoms. “When the memory problems go beyond forgetfulness or losing items like keys, and people find themselves lost in familiar places,'not being able to follow directions or asking the same question over and over, that is a good time lo seek medical help,” she said. Symptoms of Alzheimer’s grow into difficulties wilh thought, memory and language os brain cells die in large numbers. Simple tasks of everyday living can become a struggle. As the disease progresses, the body looses Ihe ability to function and dealh eventually occurs. From diagnosis to death, Alzheimer’s can take anywhere from 5 to 20 years. Those who have been diagnosed haven’t lost their options. There are ways to slay independent. medicines and activities to improve memory, und support groups to stay focused on being as heallhy as possible. "People who live with or care for those who have advanced Alzheimer’s disease struggle to cope widi losing the communication and shared memories with the people they love.” Atkinson stales there are many resources available lo help those who are caring for someone with Alzheimer's, such as Eldercare (1-800-677- 1116), The Alzheimer’s Disease Education and Referral (ADEAR) Center at 1-800-438- 4380 and the Alzheim er’s Association at w w w .alz.org. Although there is not a cure for Alzheimer’s disease right now, the diagnosis is only the beginning, she said. H is t o r ic S c h o o ih o u s e s T o B e O p e n D e c . 1 3 Enjoy a cup of hot cider and experience a taste of Christ­ mases past when you visit Iwo historic schooihouses on Satur­ day, Dec. 13, The annual Cana Bazaar will be held al the Old Cana School at Angell and Cana roads, Mocksvillc, from lOa.m.-noon. Fresh greenery, crafts and baked goods will be sold. A Christmas open house will be hold from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at Poplar Springs School at 660 Ijumes Church Roud, Mocks­ villc. Local artists and craftsmen will have items for sale, wilh a portion of proceeds going to the school for programs. For a do­ nation, visitors can enjoy home­ made vegetable soup, sour­ dough rolls and a drink. Call 492-5277 or visit the website www.poplarsprtngsscltool.com lo leam more. C o o le e m e e S e n io r C it iz e n s O f f e r T h o u g h t s F o r T h e D a y ’ The Coolceinco Senior Citi­ zens Club met Nov. 10 ut the First Buptist Church with three members present. After a short discussion, the meeting was odjoumed. Bottle Smith offered these thoughts for Ihe day: "Nothing can be sliced so thin that it doesn’t have two sides. How to gol lo heaven ... just lum right und go straight. Tlie road lo suc­ cess is always under construc­ tion. The best vitamin for mok- ing friends is Bl. 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Providers can find the plan's term s ahd conditions on our website aT:' http://apps.humana.com/MedPlans_Provider/PFFSTermsAndConditions.pdf. MO0O6_GHAO2VORR 11/08 C6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 County Line News_____S h e f f i e l d - C a l a h a l n N e w s DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 ■ C7 B y Shirley Thorne County Line Correspondent Here’s hoping your Thanksgiving hoiiduys were great. The cheaper gas prices were definitely an ease to our pocketbooks as we pounded the pavement to the shopping malls for the terrific bargains. I loved the $1.69 per gallon gas last week. In October 1 couldn’t resist stopping Ht n full scrvicc station for some $2.29+ per gallon. But, I must admit that I had not bought full service gas in over 20 years and had forgotten what to do. I remembered my dad getting out and talking to the attendant; so I did the same. We trust you enjoyed our Thanksgiving baby pictures featured last week. Many of you have correctly identified some of the babies. All of the babies today live on the major through roads - Davie Academy, Ridge, US 64, NC 901, Society or Old 4*'. ^ • #jw rtnfl* W anda and Tina Labozetta with Tina's daughter Diana. Mocksville - or a side road off one of these. O f the two boys and five girls, three went to Harmony and four went to Cool Spring to school. None are related to me and I am not one of them. If you think you recognize yourself or a relative, friend, or neighbor; call 492- 5115 or send an email to sdilink@ lioimail.com for a chance to win a Christmas wreath. The United Methodist Men of Salem and their families will have a Oiitch-treat breakfast at the Golden Corral in Statesville. This will be their Christmas meeting. Those planning to go should meet at the church no later than 7 a.in. to go together to the restuurant. The men invite others in the community. Beginning this week. Sulem United Methodist Church will have a book study from 6:30- 7:45 p.m. on Mondays in the fellowship hall. The study will be based on the book "The Shack,” which can be purchased at KonI Beanz otj Court Square in Mocksville. The Rev. Robin Clay and Rita Vanhoy enjoy stopping in County Line. The next breakfast will be Saturday, Jan. 3. Upcoming community events include the Christmas cantata “Hope Has Hands“ at Clarksbury United Methodist Church Sunday, Dec. 14, at 6 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 21, at 10:30 a.m.; children’s Christmas program at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 21, at Calvary Baptist Church; and children’s Christmas program at 7 p.m, Tuesday, Dec. 23, at Clarksbury United Methodist Church. Our community welcomes Fitzgerald will lead the study. Church members invite all residents. The Women on Mission of Calvary Baptist Church will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 9, in the fellowship hall. There will be a program on international missions and the Lottie Moon Christmas offering followed by a period of refreshments and fellowship. The women invite others. Please remember there will be no V-Point Ruritan breakfast the first Saturday of December. the LaBosetta sisters - Barbie, Tina, and Wanda - as the new owners and operators of Diane's Diner. Wanda lives about two miles west on US 64 (top of river hill); Tina, New Salem area; and Barbie, Mooresville. We send get-well wishes to Lee Cartner and Tommie Ross. Lee has been hospitalized at William G. Hefner VA Hospital in Salisbury. He has an infection and is in the ICU. Tommie Ross has been hospitalized at Iredell Memorial. Jarrett Wilson has improved but remains at Brenner Children’s Hospital of Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. Mary Wilson has been recuperating at home since Wednesday of Jast week. Please Join us as we pray for the Lord’s divine healing in the lives of Lee, Tommie, Jarrett, and Mary and others who are having health problems. If you have news or memories, call Shirley on 492- SI 15, sdtlink@hotmail.com. A d v a n c e N e w s B y Edith Zim m crm nn Advance Correspondent The annual Community Thanksgiving Service wus held at Mocks United Methodist Church with Advance First Bap­ tist, Advance United Methodist and Bixby Presbyterian partici­ pating. Gifts of non-perishable food items for A Storehouse For Jesus and a monetary offering lo support "What Cliristftias is All About" were laid on Ihe al­ tar. The altar was overflowing from Ihe wonderful response. Many from the congregation gave\testimonies for their bless­ ings during the year, including Betty M. Carlton and husband Larry Carlton and Stella Vogler. The Rev. Cheryl Skinner brought the evening message. A delicious meal was enjoyed in the fellowship hall following the scrvice. The Advance Methodist out­ reach committee sponsored Op­ eration Christmas Child lasl Sunday. Seventy-five plastic shoe boxes, were filled and placcd on the altar. During the children's sermon, Skinner had the children to lay their hands on the boxes and bless them. This was fun for the children who filled boxes fora child theii* sume gender und ugo. The boxes will be shipped over the world. The United Melhodist Women will meet Thursduy, Dec. 4 at 6 p.m. at The Village Restaurimt in Clemmons for their annual Christmas dinner. We were happy to see Nancy McKnighi and husband Harold at church Sunday. Nancy is re­ cuperating from back surgery. Gaye Wade has returned from a two-week trip to Ger­ many, France and India. Gaye is retired from US Air and trav­ eled with a co-worker. Fortu­ nately tlie ladies were oul of In- diu before the terrorist uttack. Thunksgiving guests of Edith Zimmermun wero Chris I Christmas Lovefeasf i№ Mugs of hot coffee filled to the brim. I Beeswax candles with red paper trim. Moravian buns all wrapped up in the white. An eight-pointed star that glows in the niglit. Inside the church people are singing. Up in the tower the church bells are ringing. A feeling of love is around everywhere. It’s Christmas at my church. Wish you could be there. Sunday, December 7,2008 • 7:00 p.m. First Baptist Church 390 North Main Street • Mocksville, NC Acro.<is from the Davie County Public Library Everyone welcome to our special gift to the community. Childcare Will Be Provided ' H i s d c e U n i t e d M e t IOC i s t C n u r c npresents Christmas Dinner Theatre A Musical Drama of the Gospel of Matthew December 4. 5.6 Dinner 6:15 pm Performance 7:00 pm Muitt $20 • Students and Seniors SIS • CMIdren 12 and under S8 Price Includes Dinner and Sliow Olsif Hillsdale UMC fo purchase »our tickets (odavl Office Hours; 9am • Spm Tuesday ■ Friday №tciion)toHitt<4>tiU(№ Tike m ieo/Hlshw»v MIfromlnl«rt(ir«40. Procecd Souiti on^ihwiy 801 toifMiinterMcttóno< H(tòw>vtU.TWi)rtshton m w i 158. HiUidlllUHC U amvdffltfety ом ndW onttMktf. and Adrian Farley of Arlington, Va. arriving on Tuesday evening. On Wednesday, grand­ daughter Meredith Hendrix and boyfriend, Chris Gowen of Cary, arrived. On Thanksgiving Day they went to Salisbury, meeting at the home of Amanda Hendrix for dinner. Others join­ ing them were Janie Hendrix, Melissa H. Bamum of this com­ munity and Andrea Hendix of Myrtle Beach. While here Ihe Farleys enjoyed visiting wilh Palsy and Charles Crenshaw in Mocksville. They returned home Friday as did Meredith and her friend. Andrea Hendrix has remained und hus spent time wilh her mother, Janie Hendrix, and grundmolhers, Edith Zimmerman und Pauline Hendrix. She will return lo South Carolina this week. Hank and Gaye Wade spent Thanksgiving week at Hilton Head Islpd, S.C.. Get well wishes go to Robbie Mills, who is seriously ill. Jeanette Comatzer’s family spent Thanksgiving with her in her new home. They were daughter and son-in-law Lelia, Jay Gray and son Jack Gray of Winter Haven, Fla, their daugh­ ter Erin Gray of Chapel Hill, Also daughter and son-in-law Julia and Robert Nichols and children Katherine and Gray Nichols of Bermuda Run. On Sunday night Ihe family of the late John and Maybelle Orrell met at Ihc home of Lynn, Ben and Morgan Owens for their extended family Thanks­ giving meal, Jeanette Comatzer's family and Frank Orrell's family were present and enjoyed the occasion. We extend sympathy lo the family of Joe Tucker. He died Friday. Also sympathy to the family of Paul Barney. Paul died Sunday. F a r m i n g t o n N e w s By Laura M athis Farmington Correspondent On Nov. 25, a Farmington Preservation Meeting was held at the Farmington Community Center. The group discusscd the future hi.storic district and his­ toric overlay. For those of you who are not sure of the differ­ ence, historic overlay districts urc determined by county offi­ cials and are created to promote the general welfare, education, economic prosperity, and main­ taining the historical character, through the preservation and en­ hancement of those buildings, structures, neighborhoods, land­ scapes, places, and areas that have special historical, cultural, architectural, or archaeological significance. Historical districts are des­ ignated by the Slate Historic Preservation Office and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. An applica­ tion has to be filed to the Slate historic preservation office. This is usually completed by a paid consultant and then after being filed, Ihe decision will be determined by the State Historic Preservation Board. A historic district which is listed on Ihe National Regisler of Historic Places, usually cov­ ers a smaller urea than does an historic overlay. Usually, his­ toric districts are located within the overlay area. During the Farmington Pres­ ervation meeting, the group voted to proceed with the hir­ ing of a consultant to file an application to the Stale Historic Preservation Office. A consult­ ant, recommended by An Swal­ low of the State Historic Pres­ ervation Office, will begin the process this spring. The cost to hire Ihc consultant w ill be $7,000, half of which has been donated. The remaining amount will need to be raised by sum­ mer of 2009. If you would like to support the preservation of Farmington, by sharing the cost of filing the application, you may contact Beth McCashin at 998-5280. The Farmington Preserva­ tion Committee will continue to work with Andrew Meadwell and Ihe Davie County Planning Board to set boundaries for the historic overlay. County offi­ cials have been supportive in answering questions and shar­ ing concerns regarding preserv­ ing Davie’s rural character and historic areas. Also discussed al Ihe Furm- ington Preservation meeting was the possible replacement of the Farmington sign at NC 801 and Farminglon Road. John and Beth McCashin have purchased the old Furches Store and are in the process of renovating it. The McCashins would like to re­ place the Farmington sign wilh a larger one, similar in design, and put the existing one up on NC BOl as you are entering P i n o N e w s Farmington. The group agreed that it would be nice to have a larger sign at the comer and that Ihe current sign would look nice as an "Entering inlo Farming­ lon" sign. If you have any com­ ments or,suggestions, yjou may call the iv^cCashins. While I'm on Ihe subject of signs, some of you may have noticed the old Farmington Baptist Church sign, now lo­ cated at the front of the Farm­ inglon Community Center. The church will be purchasing a new sign and have donated the old sign lo the community center, in honor of Odell Boger, who had purchased the sign many years ago. Having gone to the old Farmington School and having a concern aboul the Farmington Community Center, it seemed appropriate for Ihe sign to be placed al the community center in his honor. The sign will be given some time lo dry oul and as weather permits, it will be repainted and restored. Thank- you to Arthur Rapp for making il possible and to all the volun­ teers who helped moved the sign. II will be a nice addition to the community center when completed and will allow a space to display event-info for the community. / B y Nora Latham Pino Correspondent The breakfast at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church will be Saturday, Dec. 20 from 6:30-10 a.m. The same delicious menu will be served. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Name. Addre55_ jo $ 2 0 /y e a r In State □ $ 2 5 /y e a r O ut of State Ij NfinlB I I I I I I City__ Phone:. .State____Zip_ 1_____ Mai! coupon with payment to: Davie Counly Enterprise Record ^ ^ ^ Box 99 • Mocksville, NC 27028 j Everyone is invited. The family of Gene and Marie M iller enjoyed Thanksgiving together at the home of their son, Patrick and his wife, Kathy. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Horton and Mr. and Mrs. Holt Howell. Roland and Betty West hosted Thanksgiving at Frostlands, their home in Cana. All their family attended. The Latham family shared Thanksgiving together at the home of Jim and Chinera Latham. Audra, Glenn and Caroline Raus, all of Daniel Island, S.C., spent the holiday here wilh her purents. Bob und Kuthy Ellis spent Thunksgiving in Jacksonville, Fla. visiting their daughter and her family, Amy, Danny, Daniel, Dalion and Nathan Kato. By Janice Jordan Sheffield-Calahaln Correspondent S h e ff ie ld - C a la h a ln Volunteer Fire Department’s alarms sounded around 10:30 p.m. Thanksgiving night to respond with Farmington VFD to a house fire in William R. Davie’s district. Upon arrival at the scene on Eaton’s Church Road, everyone soon found oul that it would be a long night. As Center VFD stood by at W.R. Davie’s .station. Harmony’s fire department transferred a truck and manpower to Sheffield to standby there. Sometimes il seems like a game of musical chairs of sorts, but strategically it’s how to assure that all areas of the communities remain protected while resources are busy clsewhefe. Although it was a Thanksgiving that the homeowners won’t forget, the good news is that no one was injured in Ihc house or putting out the fire. Eventually Sheffield-Calahaln trucks and personnel were able to return to the station to refill tanks, pack up hoses, shed turn-out gear, and fill out paper work, as the other stations which handled Ihc call performed a similar routine. The clock was almost al 5 a.m. when Chris and I arrived home. We were invited to Shalley Springs for'a family day-after Thanksgiving lunch, so after a few hours of sleep, we drove up to Crumpler. All of us enjoyed lurkey, fried chicken, country ham, and too much of many good things that were set all over the table. Several firefighters had plans to deer hunt on Friday, so they hit the woods at daybreak while some spouses went to the early store sales. I suspect that many hunters and shoppers look naps that afternoon. Wilh a lot of rain falling on Sunday, Davie Communications had a busy day that included dispatching several fire departments to accidents on 1-40. Many people ■VJll'ji: on the highway were no doubt headed home from visits with family, while students made Iheir way back lo colleges, und others were shopping or looking for restaurants that were serving foods olher than turkey. Center VFD’s calls included a car fire on the interstate Sunday afternoon. When 1 hear that kind of radio traffic, I hope that people are willing to be patient in stalled traffic, as too many limes, additional accidents occur near where the original one happens. Several Sheffield residents, including Albert, Pat, and Elizabelh Moore and Dennis and Yvonne Ijames joined Emily Brown, Ben Hedrick, and Mike and Suzonne Stratton for Thanksgiving lunch al Ihc home of Bob and Mary Stratton (Mike’s parents) in Winston- Salem. It seems that my family wasn’t the only one enjoying several spccial meals during the long weekend. On Saturday evening, Nov. 29, Dennis and Yvonne went lo a pig-picking ut the Myers homestead in Union Grove wilh neighbors and relatives Todd and Reba Mclnnis. The nearly 100 guests enjoyed barbecue and lots more, while they celebrated the engagement of Marcus Ireland and Megan Myers. Young or u little older, Ijames family members have no trouble finding reasons lo have big parties. Also on Saturday evening, many went to the Sheffield Music Hall as crowd pleascr, Crusher Run, kept the dancers on their feet with lively music that was sure to work off a few of the Thanksgiving calories. If you missed them on Saturday, Crusher Run will be playing at Sims BBQ in Granite Falls on Dec, 6, while the Mountain Top Boys provide the entertainment at Ihe Sheffield Music Hall lhal same evening. Sheffield-Calahaln will be one of the fire departments with a truck in the Mocksville Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 6 when it begins at 2 p.m. The next day, Sunday, Dec. 7 is the Harmony Christmas Parade at 2:30 p.m. where you should sec a Sheffield truck there, loo. New Union United Methodist Church plans lo have a float in that event, as well. Don’t forget the Christmas Open House at Vauda Ellis’ restored Poplar Springs School at 660 Ijames Church Road on Saturday, Dec. 13. From 9 a.m.- 2 p.m., this event will feature unique items by local artists and craftsmen for sale. While there, enjoy a cup of hot cider as you browse and experience a taste of Christmas of yesteryear. Part of the proceeds will be returned to the school for programs. For a donation, you will be offered homemade vegetable soup, sourdough rolls, and a beverage. More information is available at www.poplarspringsschool.com or by calling 492-5277. On that same day w ill be the Cana Bazaar at the Old Cana School at Angell and Cana Rroads from 10 a.m.-noon. Fresh greenery, crafts, and baked goods will be for sale. The annual community Children’s Christmas Party at the Sheffield-Calahaln Volunteer Fire Station will be Sunday afternoon, Dcc, 14, beginning at 3 p.m. Weather permitting, a Chariotte medical helicopter will land around 4 p.m. at the Sheffield’s helipad lhat the children can view. In addition to crafts, games, and snacks, there will be fire truck rides and perhaps a chance for the children lo tell Santa exactly what they would like to see on Christmas morning. A raffle, which will benefit firefighter Eari Trent and wife Barbara’s daughlcr, Joanna, will end wilh a -drawing around 4 that afternoon. The winners do not have lo be present. Joanna’s progress with her cancer treatments can be read at WWW,caringbrldge.org/visil/ joannnatrent. Brandi Drye, who chuirs the children’s party, is a member of r o u r b o r n e r s I N e w s By Marie White Four Corners Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shelton were hosts for a boun­ tiful Thanksgiving dinner Thursday at Ihe fellowship building of Courtney Baptist Church. Those enjoying the oc­ casion wilh them were Mrs. Helena Craft, Doug and Linda Hill, Abby H ill, Blake and Ashley Hill, Terry and Sharon Craft, Joe and Marie White, Mark, Jeanna and Jessica Sudoku Solution 8 1 2 3 6 4 9 7 5 4 9 7 5 1 2 8 6 3 3 S e 7 9 8 4 1 2 7 2 5 8 4 9 1 3 6 6 4 3 2 7 1 5 9 8 1 В 9 6 5 3 7 2 4 5 7 4 9 2 6 3 8 1 2 3 1 4 8 7 6 5 9 9 6 8 1 3 5 2 4 7 White, Bettie Smith, Patricia Hamm, Jerry and Toni Polls, L.S. and Irma Jean Shelton, Ed and Debbie Vogler, Blake and Erika Bost and Emily, Grady and Edna Beck, Greg Beck, Abby Ferguson, M olly Joe McClamrock and Bill and Patricia Shelton. Patricia Hamm has returned home lo Carolina Beach after spending several weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Smith. Kenny Smith is on our sick list und needs our continued prayers. Mr. and Mrs. John Frank of Rochester, Minn, visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Smith for several days. Kenny Smith is slowly improving but needs our contin­ ued prayers. C o r n a t z e r N e w s Crossword Answers ■□□□ EIQQQ n a n i п я и и и ■ □ ■ ш ш п °н а п п в 8 * ° s s rg .s s a s n ° a g i□ aia ивиа ааоян aaSB gB “ a g g |” °■ ш в а п н а ш в и Ш а ш B y Dottie Potts Comuizer Correspondent Mury Lou Ellis is u jiutient in Baptist Hospital. She is being treated for pneumonia. Norman Smith, known aS Popeye, was luken to Forsyth Medical Center and has returned home. Elaine Myers and friend, Ron, of Georgia visited Mr. and Mrs. George Boger last week. Elaine is George’s niece. James “Buck” Shoaf was honored on his 75th birthday with a party at the fellowship building at Cornatzer Baptist Church. The party was given by his children and grandchildren. Ryman Shoaf from Washing­ ton, D.C. visited Mr. and Mrs. Homer Polls Saturday after­ noon. Special guests al the Thanks­ giving dinner al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Polls Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Jock Oil from New York, Nan Harpe of Farm­ inglon and Lena Wall of Balti­ more Road. I ’ '* " Ж i -Г.', Æ <k\ i: These doggers enjoyed the fast paced music in Sheffield on Saturday night. the fire department, as is her husband, Andy, her father, David Beck, and her grandparents, Paul and Betty Beck. Sincc Andy also has several relatives who are department members, many were excited earlier this fall when they were inviled lo Brandi and Andy’s home fo r' supper. Thai’s when they found that instead of being there lo help with yard sale preparations, they were asked to come so lhat they could hear some exciting news. Brandi handed her mother and step-mother grandparents’ day cards wilh the announcement of her pregnancy inside. The crying and hugging got the guys’ attention momentarily away from the food. Other family members were then telephoned and updated. The couple recently found out that the buby who will urrive in April is a giri. New Union’s Live Nativity begins at 6 p.m. on Dec. 20 at the church’s Assembly Grounds. You are invited to join members for an evening that also includes hot chocolate, cookies, marshmallows roasting over an open fire, and the singing of Christmas carols. On Dec. 24 at 8 p.m. will be their Christmas Eve service, held traditionally in the old Zion Chapel church building. Condolences are offered to Ihe friends and family of Wesley Potts, who died recently. He served us the firsl fire chief ut Center Volunteer Fire Department. December birthdays continue wilh Michelle Beck’s on the fifth. Stephanie Reavis and Melisso Spivey cclebrate their birthdays on Dec. 7. Caria Price, Candace Dyson, and Weston Ijames share December 8 birthdays. Ron Butler, Laynie Tomel, and Mary Bell Prevette were eoch bom Dec. 10. Anne Richardson ond Thomas Bamey have birthdays Dec. II. Best wishes lo Rondy ond Brenda Anderson whose wedding anniversary is Dec. 6; lo Larry and Sue Johnson, who married on Dec. 8; and to Jimmy and Juanita Keaton, whose anniversary is Dec. 10. E N D O F T H E Y E A R S A L E H BEST PRICES, HUGE SAVINGS ONLY 5 WEEKS LEFT! COMPARE OUR STANDARDS & PRICING 2X6 WALLS 7/12 ROOF PITCH ' 6" CROWN MOLDINQ MUCH, MUCH MOREini T R I A D C U S T O M B U I I . D K R S 336-245-2365 • Toll Free 800-947-4131 4 0 2 4 P atterson A venue, W inston-S alem “Across from H ill’s BBQ” S H O P 24/7 • w w w .TR IA D C U S TO M B U B L D E R .e O M Glenda Sapp visited Mr. und Mrs. Joe White Sunday after­ noon, A Thanksgiving Blessing Thank you God for life itself, Thank you Cod for strength and health. Thank you Cod for Jesus Christ. He came, died and paid the price. ' Not just at Thanksgiving, but every day, Share pur love in many ways. 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(9,2007. ; Survivors; 9 sons, Ronnie Church, David Church, Donald ^hurch, Danny Chutxih, and the Rev, Jimmy Church, all of Cooieemee, Roger Church of Spencer, Billy Church of Cleveland, NC, Junior Church of Holden Beach, and Gary Church of Salisbury: a daugh­ ter Delois Cranfield of Woodleaf; a stepdaughter, Lussie Ratliff of Grundy, Va.; 47 grandchildren; 42 great­ grandchildren, 17 grcat-grent- ¿rnndchlldren', and several lileees und nephews. ; Mrs. Church was also pre- coded in death by 2 sons, Kelly imd Palmer Church; a daugh­ ter, Linda Church 'Willard; 3 brothers and 3 sisters. ; The scrvicc to celebrate the life of Mrs. Church was held on Wednesday, Dec. 3, at 11 a.m. lit Victory Baptist Church with the Rev. Jimmy Church afficiating. Burial was in Le­ gion Memorial Park. The fum- ily received friends on Dec. 2 at Duvie Funeral Servicc. Memorials; to the church or charity of the donor’s choice. Online condolences; www.daviefuneralservice.com. 13в-751-в903 PO BOX 546,194 Wllkesboro étreet Mocksville, NC 27028 ^ WadeC.AtkiiviSK 1933 - 2008 ADVANCE John F. Jams 1915-2008 MOCKsviaE ,<6 Margaret H. Clawson 1944-2008 MOCKSVILLE Nellie M. Angell , , 1925 - 2008 MCKKSVILLE Betty G. Smith ' 1943-2008 MOCKSVIU.E JolmBawn 1936-2008 I M0CKSV1U.E ■ # \ OraP.Bramner 1910-2008 MOCKSVILLE Wesley R, Potts 1925-2008 MOCKSVILLE ,325 N. Main'Street Mocksville, NC (336) 731-2148 Paul Giles Barney Sr. Mr. Puul Giles Burney Sr., 79, of Advuncc died Sunduy, Nov. 30,2008 at Forsyth Medi­ cal Center. He was bom April 14, 1929 in Davie County to Wiley Seaborn and Paulina Shermer Burney. In his carly life, he loved to hunt und look pride in his bird dogs. He attended Ad­ vancc United Methodist Church and was proud of his family. His special days were working for Dixie Furniture nnd hauling several Advance women to work. After retire­ ment he provided produce for his family and locals from his little honor syslem produce' stand. He wus preceded in death by his parents und a son, Paul Giles Burney Jr. Surviving; his wife, Betty Wall Barney; a daughter, Brenda Seaford and husband Tony; a son, Randy Lee Barney; stepdaughter, Debbie Hege and husband Steve; 2 grandsons, Jeff Allen and wife Tara and Chris Barney and wife Jessica; a great-grnndson. Dean Allen; and a daughter-in-law, Gale Williard. A funeral service was held ut 3 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3 at Advance United Methodist Church with Ihe Rev. Cheryl Skinner offtcinling. Burial fol­ lowed in the church ccmetery. The family received friends Tuesday at Hayworlh-Miller Kinderton Chapel. Memorials; Advance Meth­ odist, 1911 NC 801 S., Ad­ vance; or Elizabeth and Tub Williums Adult Day Cenier, 231 Melrose St., Winslon-Sa­ lem, 27103. Online condolenccs; wwwJmyworih-miller.cum. S m i t h G r o v e V o l u n t e e r R r e D e p a r t m e n t will hold its Annual Meeting Sunday, Dec. 7th, 2008 at 2:00 PM at the station. C e n te r V ol. F ire D e p t. Annual Incorporators Meeting Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 7;0GPM at the (ire station 2265 US Hwy. 64 W.,Mocksville Barney Lee Dalton Mr. Barney'Lee Dalton, 97, died on Tuesday, Nov. 18,2008, at Iredell Memorial Hospitni. He was bom Dec. 24, 1910, son of the late M illard and Lessie Spann Dnlton. On Oct. 29,1932, he wus united in murriuge to the late Effle Mae Dallon, who preceded him in death on Jan. 27, 1994. He was ulso preceded in deuth by 2 grandsons, a granddaughter, a great-granddaughter, 6 broth­ ers, 4 sisters, a daughter-in-law, Doreiha Dallon, and 2 sons-in- law, John Kelly Morrison, and W illiam Ray Clement. Mr. Dalton loved his career in farm­ ing and was siiccessful. He was a member of Pleasant Hill Bup- tist Church where he served fnilhfully and wus a member of the Deacon Board. Survivors; 6 sons, Lonnie P. (Maxine) Steele bf Baltimore, Md.-, Robert, Lee Dalton and Jimmy L. (Audrey) Dallon, both of Hamptonville, Johnny Gus (Estella) Dalton of Har­ mony, Renurd (Diunne) Dnilon and William Lypn (Brendn) Dnlton bolh of Stntesville; 7 duughters, Dorothy D. Lnckey, Sullie D. Morrison, both of Stntesville, Martha D. Clement, Judy D. Williamson, nnd Abby (David) Redman, all of Mocks­ ville, Marcclla (William) James of Olin, Mary D. (the Rev. Ray) Campbell of Greensboro; u sis­ ter, 1пег Reid of Stnlesville; 30 grandchildren; 48 grcat-grand- children; 9 great-great-grnnd- children; 5 sislers-in-law, Ruth S. Dulton of Advance, Lila Dallon of Stntesville, Juliu Dnlton of Yudkinville, Edythe Polly Campbell of Raleigh, and Elouise Dowell of Wilkesboro; a btolher-in-law, Ralph Dnlton Sr, of Hamptonville; a host of nieces, nephews, olher relatives und muny friends. Funeral servicc wus held Fri- duy, Nov. 21 nt 1:30 p.m. at Ml. Nebo Baptist Church in Hnr- mony. The Revs. Norman Dudley nnd Lawrence Norris ufficintcd nnd buriul followed in Hamplunville ut Pleasnnt Hill Baptist Church Cemetery. The family received friends one hour before the servicc. Online condolcnces; GralumiFuneralHome.net. W>WW. e n t e r p r is e - r e c o r d .c o m Wayne Boger Mr. Wuyne Boger, 57, of Mocksville, died Monday, Dec. I, 2008 at Forsylh Medical Center. He wus bom April 10, 1951 in Iredell County to Mnrshull Hownrd nnd Eliznbeth Wurd Boger. Mr. Boger was of the Baptist faiih. He v/as a member and past president of the Farm­ ington Masons und a hunter. He is preceded in deuth by his father, Howard Boger und a brother, John Charies Boger. Surviving; his wife of 35 years, Pamela Cheek Boger; a son, John Boger and wife Whitney Rockett Boger; a daughter, Angela Boger Woriey and husband Todd of Asheboro; his mother, Elizabeth Boger; 3 grandchildren, Kayla and Colton Dalton and Blake Worley, and one on the way. Mason Rylan Boger. A graveside .service was held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Eatons Baptist Church with the Rev. David Gilbreath officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery. The fumily received' friends Dec. 2 nt Hayworlh- Miller Kinderton Chapel. Memorials: American Lung Assoc., 61 Broadv/ay, New York, NY 10006. Online condolences: www.hayworth-miHer.com. Joe Preston Tbcker Mr. Joe Preston Tucker, 60, of NC 801 South, Advance, died Thursday, Nov. 27, 2008, at Rowan Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. He was born Feb. 6,1948 in Forsylh County lo the lute Frank Preston "Son" Tucker and Mattie Ruth Bailey Tucker of Advance. He served in the US Navy during the Vietnum War. He was a member of the Advance Masonic Lodge. He spent his life us a farmer and loved being outside. He de­ voted time to the Davie Counly Horse Rescue. He had a passion for horses all his life. He was •nl'so preceded in dealh by u granddaughter, Shelby Leigh McKnight. Survivors: his motherof Ad­ vancc; 2 daughters, Sunni Leigh McKnight (Michael Ball) nnd Amunda Sleelmun (Matthew) und their mother, Sue Tucker, nil of Advnnce; 5 grandchildren, Haley, Kasey and Matty McKnlghl and Korri and Mallory Sleelman; and a sister, Connie Brinkley (Lurry) of Advnnce. A memorinl service wus held on Monday, Dec. I, al his resi­ dence on NC 801 S., Advance. Online condolences: www.eatonfimeralservice.com. S t a n G a r r a g h t y ru n c n il i)ircc(o r M e e t OUT .s t a f f a t H a y w o r t h - M i l l e r F u n e r a l H o m e Haywortb-Milkr Ihwcral Home baa been assisting} families in Clemmons, Advance, and Davie Countf for over 45 fears. Our newest \ facility, located across from Bermuda Run in the Kinderton Business Park, yvas established in 1999 to belter .lerve the residents of Davie County and surrounding areas. Stan slnrted his carc'cr in the Cunernl in<lu.str)’ with Mayworth-Miller in 1993. M(' and his w ife Jeana have three ch ildren and live in Clem m ons.,T he (iaiT.ightys attend Redland Penlccostnl Holiness C hufcli. Stan is a veiy geiuiiiie and eom passionate I'lmeral director. His dedication nnd cornhiitrnerU to the fam ilies he serves is his highest priority. H a y v v o r t h -M illhr I UNI RAI h o m i; / ' / л if//- ////tZ //// / ! Л ¡’{.'rSlUìiilì/Cil i uiicrill illlJ \',IY ' ( rcillill It4i S lT I /С L’S )(' I h/c'o Irihulc'; I OS l .isl K iin ln iu n W'.iv A d v a iu 'c , N C .’ 70()() U ( v ‘M ().v V ,SИ(->.‘)‘1(). v v ) ) ()\\ih'il Cri'iiiiiiiir w w \\,luu \\()i4h m i l k ' f . f o m Pn- .I4 iin n iin i Richard Lee Carter Sr. Mr. Richard Lee Curler Sr., 75, of Ivy Lane, Mocksville, died Saturduy, Nov. 29, 2008, ut Kute B. Reynolds Hospice Home in Winston-Sulem. He wus bom June 14, 1933, in Davie County to the late Clarence Smith Carter Sr. and Lula Gladys Gregory Carter. Mr. Carter was un entrepreneur und an innovator in the contract office furniture industry. He developed several skills In drafting und interior design while working nl RJR Tobncco in the engineering dcpurlmenl. While ul RJR, he,worked on the design of the Whitaker Park Tobacco Factory and Bnplisl Hospital. He became u business pnrlner of Watkins Office Inte-, riors in Ihe early 1970s and spent the majority of his career working on furniture projects for businesses In the Triad. Mr. Carter finished his career as the top sulesmun for Alfred Will­ iums Co. He wus u veteran of the U.S. Army during the Ko­ rean War. Mr. Carter was a member of Union Chapel United Methodist Church where he had been u Sunduy school teucher, sang in the choir, was on the board of trust­ ees und served on olher com- mlllces. He wus u graduate of Farmington High School Class of 1951 and was member of the Future Farmers of America (FFA), Ihc Beta Club, played baseball und wus u member of the FFA school bund. While he wus u member of Ihe FFA Band, he appeared in radio und TV. The bund won numerous stute contests and Tiddlers conven­ tions. The group recorded sev­ eral records during the curly 1950s, before disbanding due lo the Korean War. He enjoyed gardening, pinying the guitur, architectural drafting, flying, cnmping, traveling, fishing and reading. He was preceded in deuth by his wife of 48 yeurs, Frunces Maxine Langston Cnrter in 2003; nnd a brother, Clarence ‘Tom’’ Carter Jr. Surviving; a son, thii'Rev*.'^ Richard “Rick” Lee Curler Jr. und wife, Lynn Mukepcace of Kemersville; u brother, Jimmy “Jim” Cnrter of Mocksville; 3 sisters, Lussie "Squeuky” Cnrter Myers und Mary “Polly” Carter Thompson, bolh of Mocksville und Betty “Tooter” (Don) Stroud ofYadkinville; 2 granddaughters, Margaux Claire Makepeace Carter and Caroline Grace Makepeacc Carter; several nieces and neph­ ews; and his fiance, Edna Henderson of Union Grove. A funeral .service was con­ ducted ut 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Union Chapel United Meth­ odist Church wilh the Revs. Ju­ son Constantine and James “Chip” Webb officinling. The body was placed In the church one hour before ihe service. Burial was in the church cem­ etery. The family received friends Dec. 2, nl Eaton Funeral Home. Memorials: Organ Fund or Building Fund of Union Chapel Methodist, 2030. US 601 N, Mocksville; or a charity of the donor's choice. . Online condolences: www.eatonfuneral.wrvice.com. N e e d e x t r a c a s h ? Try selling an item in the Davie/Clemmons Classifieds, It's easy Just call 1-877-751-2I20 DAVIB C O U N T Y ENTERPRI/^ECORD Nelson R. Hutchens Nelson Roosevelt Hutchens, 72, of Jack Booe Road, Mocks­ villc, died on Sunday, Nov. 23, 2008. Bom in Yadkin County on Dec. 12, 1935, he wus the son of the late Early und Amy Lo- gun Hutchens. Mr. Hutchens wus u cabinet muker for Dixie Furniture in Lexington. He wus of the Quaker faith and a mem­ ber of Old Slloam Friends Church. Mr. Hutchens served in the Army during the Korean conflict. He wus a member of the VFW post 10346 in Yadkinville und wus u pnst commnndcr. Mr. Hutchens vol­ unteered at the VA Hospital in Salisbury with more than 750 hours serving his fellow vets. Survivors; his wife of 54 years, Kathleen Hayes Hutchens; 2 sons. Nelson Wuyne (Margaret) Hutchens of Mocksvillc, Nelson Eugene Hutchens of Yadkinville, 4 duughters, Kathy H. (Jumcs) Scarictte of Lexington, Anita D. (Greg) Sanford of Mooresville, Becky H. Ridenhour of Boonville, Vickie (Jody) Gammons of Mocksvillc; I brother, Wudc (Roberta) Hulchcns of Mocksville, 3 sis­ ters, Freddie (Homer) Nichols of Mocksvillc, Ruby (Junior) Sharpe of Harmony, Hazel Driver of Mocksville; 14grand- children; 2 step-grundchildren; lOgrcut-grundchildren; 2 slep- grenl-grandchildren. He was also preceded in death by 3 brothers and 3 sis­ ters. The scrvice to celebrate Mr. Hutchens' life was on Wednes­ day, Nov. 26, nl 2 p.m. ut Mackle-Slnclalr Funeral Ser­ vice wllh tho Revs. Clyde Akers Timothy Sink officiating. Burial followed in the Old Slloam Friends cemetery wllh full military honors accordcd by VFW Post 10346 Honor Guard. The family received friends Nov. 25 at the funeral home. Memorials: Post 10346 HonorGuurd.of Yudkinville. ' Bobby Eugene Trexler Mr. Bobby Eugene Trexler, 81, of Turrentine Church Rond, Mocksville, died Friday, Nov. 28, 2008, at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home in Winston-Sa­ lem. He wus born in Duvidson County on Jun. 21,1927, to the late W illiam Wakefield and Mury Susan Wilson Trexler. Mr. Trexler was retired from the US Murine Corps ufter 21 years, having served during the Korean Conflict, and was re­ tired from Wake Forest Univer­ sity us a maintenance techni­ cian after, 22 years. He enjoyed camping and traveling and wus a bowler. He took cure of his fumily und loved his dogs Missy nnd Little Bit. He was ulso preceded in deuth by u son, Robert Eugene Trexler; 3 sisters, Sadie Tutterow, Mnrgnrel Brewer nnd Juanita Buchta; and a brother, Elmer Trexler. Survivors; his wife of 54 years, Evelyn Frye Trexler of the home; a dnughier, Renee Trexler Aldridge of Snllsbury; 2 sons, Irn Wnkefield Trexler (Katherine) of Rockwell and Stacey Lynn Trexler (Melaine) of Salisbury; 4 grandchildren, Jason Trexler, Amanda Aldridge, Kristina Trexler nnd Matthew Trexler; 2 sisters, Mary Gray and Delores Younts (Zan), all of Lexington; a daughter In law, Debbie Hatley Trexler of Kannapolis; und sev­ eral nieces and nephews. A funeral service was con­ ducted at 11 a.m,. Tuesday, Dec. 2 al Eaton Funeral Chapel with Chaplain Fred Moretz officiat­ ing. Burial was in Salisbury Na­ tional Cemetery with full mili­ tary honors conducted by the US Marine Corps. The family received friends Monday, Dec. 1 ut the funeral home. Memorials; a charily of the donor’s choice. Online condolences; www,eatonfimeraiservice.com. O b it u a r ie s DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 4,2008 - C9 Rebecca Bernice Hinlile Rebeccu Bemice Hinkle, 86, of Riverview Rond, Mocksville, died on Snturday, Nov. 29, 2008, ul Iredell Memorial Hos­ pital In Statesville. Born in Dnvie Counly on March 14, 1922, she was the daughter of the lale Tony Jack­ son Jack nnd Minnie Humillon Seaford. She wus retired from Dixie Fumlture Factory, was a member of Fork Baptist Church und the Fork Senior Citizens Group. She wus preceded In deuth by her husbund, Churies Vemon Hinkle, in 2002; and by a son and a daughter; 5 sisters, Pauline Livengood, Laverne Gaither, Venice Livengood, Jeanette Beane and Muxine Correll; and 3 brothers, Lee, Dwight and Reginald Seaford. Survivors: u son, Charles Adison Wood of Advance; a brother, William Bill Seaford and wife Peggy of Advance; nnd numerous nieces und nephews. The servicc to celcbrnte the life of Mrs. Hinkle was held on Tuesday, Dcc. 2 ul 2,p.m. at Fork Baptist Church with the Revs. Robert Garrett and Craig Seaford officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. The family received friends Dec. 1 at Davic Funeral Service. Memorials: Fork Baptist or Fork Baptist Ccmetery Fund, 3140 US 64 E. Mocksvillc. Online condolenccs: www,iIaviefimeraiservice,com, Liliic Jeanette Allen Mrs. ' Lillie Jeanclte Holleman Allen, 78, of Howardtown Circle, Mocks­ ville, died Saturday, Nov. 29, 2008, at Davic County Hospi­ tal. She was born March 17, 1930 in Yadkin County to the late Asa Roosevelt and Lora Jane Finney Holleman. She was of the Pentecostal Holiness faith. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Qarland Hubert Allen In February of 1998; and a grandson, Bradley Joe Allen. ' ' Survivors: 2 daughters, Linda (Reid) Canupp of Salisbury and Joyce (Les) Steele of Cooieemee; 8 sons, Norman (Nancy) Allen, Gar­ land Nelson Allen,, Roger (Martha) Allen, Gerald (Vickie) Allen, Dale Allen, Randy (Rebecca) Allen, Darrell (Paula) Allen and Tim (Donna) Allen, all of Mocksville; 25 grandchildren; 14 great-grand­ children; 3 sisters; 5 brothers; and several nieces and neph­ ews. A funeral servicc was con­ ducted on Tuesday, Dec. 2 al 2 p.m. at Eaton Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Jonathan Hill of­ ficiating. Burial was in Bethlehem United Methodist Church Cemetery. The family received friends on Monday, Dec, 2, at the funeral home. Online condolcnces: www,eatonfimeral.wrvice.com. David Lee Caudle Mr. David Lee Caudle, 57, of Mocksville, died Monday, Nov. 24, 2008 al his home. He was bom Nov. 25, 1950 in Yadkin Counly lo the lute Ernest nnd Roxie Driver Cuudie. He was also preceded in dealh by a sister. Palsy Gre­ gory; brothers, Odell' Caudle, Ray Caudle. Surviving; his wife, Disu Cranfill Caudle; sons, David Jason (Jena) Caudle, Marly Lee Caudle; grandchildren. Sierra Cuudie, Dukotu Cuudie, Aspen Caudle, Hope Cuudie; sister, Grace Marie (Ronnie) Royall; several nieces and nephews. His graveside service was held at 4 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 26 at Eatons Baptist Church Cemetery by the Rev. Dennis Conner. The family received friends Wednesday ul Gentry Family Funeral Scrvice in Yadkinville. Online condolences: gentryftmeralservice.com. Michelle Kay McBride Michelle Kay McBride, 33, of Gwyn Street, Mocksvillc, died 01) Monday, Dec. 1,2008, at Kate B. Reynolds Hosplcc Home. Born in Davie County on May 28, 1975, she was the daughter of the late Charlie McBride and Sandra Walker of Myrtle Beach, S.C. In addition to her mother, Michelle is survived by: a son, Charlie Dillon Smith, and u daughter, Kayla Danielle Smith, bolh of Statesville; her grandfather, C.W. "B ill” Walker of Mocksvillc; a half- brother, John Cord Sanford IV of Myrtle Beach, S.C.; an aunt. Sherry Plott of Mocksville; great aunts, Lucille Daniels and Belly Daniels; an uncle, C.W. "Chuck" Walker Jr.; great uncles, Bailey Walker, Kenny Walker and Pete Walker. She was also preceded in death by a daughter, Karll Delaln Smith, and a half-sister, Kaillin Sanford. A service to celebrate her life will be held on Thursday, Dec. 4, at 7 p.m. in the Davie Funeral Service Chapel with the Revs. Shane Young and Darren Alexander officiating. The family will speak with •friends following the memorial senice. Memorials; Kate B. Reynolds Hospice House, 101 Hospice Lane, Winston-Salem, 27103. Online condolences: daviefimeralservice.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 ofthe •Enterprise Record Sec Page 2 for details While waiting Гог llrai first .siiowllnke lo fall, please join us fora ilclicioiis BBQ chickcn dinner, music, nml lime with family & friends this holiday season. The children at Hardison United Methodist Church will hnvc hand-mode crafts for sell. Saturday, December 6,2008 6:00 pm Cosi; S7.00 for nilulls omt S4.00 Гог children under 13 years old Locolion; Hardison United Methodist Church, Family Life Center 1Г1ЗО Jericho Church ttoad, Mocksvillc, NC. 27028 1‘roccedi lo ЬспсП! chttdrcn wllli J|tccl«l nccdi; recipients of the OAK Foundation each snowflakii is uniqug and »p«;cial ИКй you. Is(it il snowl Contnct HUMCal 751-5630 or 751-6159 for lickcts or take out onäers by Dee. 4i». T h is message b ro u g h t to yo u b y these local businesses w h o encourage y o u to w o rsh ip at the c h u rch o f y o u r choice. 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Christmas Eve pagcniu along women realized their dream of They will perform the withtheirdirector.Jointhechoir beginning a Community musical/driima, “The Mystery as they assist “Ms. Blonde, Jane Phildren’s Choir in Advancc, of the Manger”, on Sunday, Blonde,” in discovering "just Hillsdale and Bermuda Run. Dec. 7 at 5 p.m. at Hillsdale the facts” regarding “The April Staley, Camilla BaptistChurch,4815,US 158in Mystery of the Manger.” Helton, Kena Bowman, Advnnce. The gijc.st musical director is Merrillyn Helton and Sharon The story centcr? on Jane Cheryl Hnlver, Worship Choir Adams teamed to bring a group Blonde, an’ investigative Director for Westover Church in of30 children, representing 10 reporter for the "Moming Star” Greensboro, and director of schools and nine churches, for newspaper and a group of choreography is Camilla Helton Caroline Bandy, Emily Wolverton, Maggie Bowman, and Rachel Sutton Sing "Hal the first rehearsal of the children rehe'ncslrigvfor a of Advonce. lelujah, It Cam e TfUeV A Hero Boy, 11, Recognized For Saving Siblings During Hom e Fire Flanl<ed by Advance firefighters Ronnie Robertson, Rodney Miller and Jerry Myers - and his family, Richard and Luann, Rhod and Megan - Bradley Collins listens as Davie Fire Marshal Jerry Myers describes how he hurried his little brother and sister to safety during a house fire. ■ Plioto by Robin Snow Bradley W. Collins knew exactly what to do. In the early morning of Oct. 31, a fire had started in the family’s home in Advance. His parents, Richard and Luann Collins, were on one end of the house, Bradley and his sister Megan, 8, and brother Rhod, 5, were in another part of the house. Bradley, II, a sixth grader at Ellis Middle School, teinom- bcred what to do from fire safety training classes con­ ducted by the Advance Volun­ teer Fire Department. He got his brother and sis­ ter - and they crawled - s w j low - to the door and outside to safety. The home was already filled with smoke - smoke that was getting thicker by the second - said Davie Fire Marshal Jerry Myers, On Monday, Bradley wns honored by Davie Counly com­ missioners with a resolution for his "heroic deed.” r e p a i e И o r U i e o u a a y s WEEKLY №AWIN& WINNERS Come In e-Register To Win 4 17-piece Stainiess Steel СоЫоллагв Set Weékfy ITi-av^nes IfrDugh Peo. ■ ii l M lM IlilliriliíllliíiHlilll» ...... Г|ГН I .......... UN ü .....- D A N I E L F U R N I T U R E & E L E C T R I C C O . , I N C Home Appliances 848 South Main Street Mocksville, NC (336) 751-2492 ‘‘Courteou|S, De|^,dable Service for over 7 0 years” Nurse Paula Seaford weighs Laura Kinder. Elijah Jones, Sam Nesbit, Kendall Lanier and Jeremiah Gom ez wait their turn as Trish King measures George W agner’s height. - Photos by Robin S n6w S tay In S hape | S c h o o ls K e e p in g T r a c k O f S tu d e n t B o d y M a s s I p d e ) ^ By Beth Cassidy Enterprise Record' North Carolina’s ndolescents rank fifth in the nation when it comes lo being overweight, according to a report by Thist for America’s Health. To help combat the growing trend of children who are overweight and obese, the school system recently completed recording the height and weight of students in flrst, third, fifth and seventh grades. According to Kim Harmon, lead nurse, those statistics will be entered into a database with gender and age, to calculnte the students’ BMI, or body mnss index. The BMI is n number thnt reflects body weight ndjusted for height. Harmon snid pnrents of those students whose BMI shows they are either above the 8Sth percentile or below the fifth percentile will receive n letter nt home with the results, to encourage them to discuss them with their health care provider. “This is the first time we’ve been able to offer this here, so this will be our baseline data. Our hope is that if we do this over the next three years, we will be able to look at the trends and see if we are making any progress with our nutrition nnd activity in our schools.” Chloe Mabe watches as Seaford logs her weight. King checks the height of Chloe Mabe. Harmon said the program was initiated by Forsyth Medicnl Center and the Sara Lee Center for W omen’s Health, which paid for electronic scales for weight and a stadiometer for height for each school. The scales provide a remote reading, so readouts are seen only by the nurse taking the measurements, who writes down the-results and shows them to the student. To further protect confidentiality, any letters will be sent to the student’s iwme, not through them at school, "We will pay very, close attention to confidentiality .so the children are not stigmatized because of their weight,” Hamion said. "And childhood obesity is usually a family matter, so we want to involve the parents along with the students to help them improve their health.” For those who receive letters, there are plans in the works to offer classes to families through the YM CA and Dr. Так Hirata with Medical Associates of Davie. Harmon said there will also be monlhly newsletters called Kidsmart lhat will be sent home, with students that will give tips on nutrition,' activity and healthy habits. “Our intent is to create awareness of the importance of developing a healthy lifestyle with parents and students and decrease the incidence of childhood obesity,” Harmon said, Obesity continues'to plague the state. Sixty percent of adults in NC are either overweight or obese, placing them at increased risk for heart disQgg([; cancer, stroke and diabetef.*^ the past two decades, thq' percentage of US children whW are overweight doubled, and irt the stale, there has been a 40| percent increase in the numbei! of children aged five to 11 who ore overweight. : ¡ “This is a grave concerri 'fon us,” said State Henlth Director Lenh Devlin, in August. "The CD C reports that thi^ generation of kids is not expected to live as long as theit parents because of the health issues associated with carrying so many extra pounds,” Children who are overweight or obese are at greater risk for cardiovascular problems, elevated blood pressure and increased insulin levels. More children than ever before are being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, and their increased weight can lead to early maturation, orthopedic problems and sleep apnea. W hile the strain on their health is of great concern, the economic consequences of overweight and obesity are enormous. In 2000, the total healthcare cost for overweight and obese was estimated lo be $117 billion. As overweight children become overweight adults, that number will continue to rise. ■ The state has instituted a program called Eat Smart, Move More, a plon to prevent overweight, obesity nnd related chronic diseases, and Harmon hopes program like this, as well as the recent data gathered by her team, will go a long way to help local students improve their health. D2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 Davie Schools Shady Grove Elementary I Third gnule is studying cco- iidmics ill social studies. Stu- ddnls arc beginning to work on inultiplicultpn in ull classcs. They enjoyed learning ubout soil and wutcr conservation, and iirft looking forward to making posters for the county contest. They continue to have fun learn­ ing to write in cursive. , Mocksvilie Elementary Students of the week for Nov. 17; Bryson Booe, Mulak Heikal, Rihonnu Wilson, Sarah Woodruff-Carter, Cynthia Hemandez-Brito, Juke Renegar, Garrett Smith, Qreiilcy Grimes, Joshua Robinson, Kmala Neal, Danielle Sanderson, Christian Nice, Puul Stroud, Maggie Junker, Autumn Hendricks, Jalen Redmond, Ta’Shuun Mar­ tin, Cindy Culi.\, Liam Jennings, Madison Riddle, Lurry Deutln, Mario Martinez, Hannah Shuskey, Benjamin Hernandez and Kayla Church. PInifbrook Elementary Kindergarten enjoyed the Indian Stew prepared on Nov. 21. Ricky Hockaduy prepared the stew. Kindergarteners enjoyed learning nbout old und new Thunksgiving truditions. They look forward to learning ubout Christmus in Mexico after Thanksgiving break. Mrs. Hendrix’s first graders during guided reading time huve been reading a story culled Honey Bees. The children lenrned how bees live together like u family witli a queen bee and muny worker bees cniled drones. In muth the children hiÄe been experimenting with toi cars. They ruced them uiiU then measured the distance eaeh car went uiilng links. They graphed their information. They arfi doing a great job collecllng di({u und trunsferring thut informution to u graph. Sciencc is Jlways inleresting. and the chjidrcn have been leuming about properties of rocks including color, size, shupe dnd texture. They huve leurned ubout the inuny uses nf rocks. They will continue this study for the next few weeks. Second gruders in the classrooms of Mrs. Potts, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Chappie and Mrs. Hurpe are learning ubout "Putting Numbers in Their Places” in muth. Students ate engaged In learning about telling time with a digital clock und un analog clock. The clnsses will continue to work on tlmc- telllng skills and abilities to solve problems dealing with titne. Students will continue to work on place value using munipulutives to increuse understanding for ones, tens, and hundreds. In sociul studies, students completed u study of Nutlve Americuns nnd have been studying the history of the pilgrim life. Students read und discussed the books on “Suruh Morton’s Dny" and "Sumucl Euton’s Duy” which rellects on students’ leuming about the day to day life of a pilgrim boy and girl in the 1600s. Mrs. Curothers’ third graders have been designing their own islands using .the computor. Euch student named their Islund und labeled the geographic features. Students continue to discuss presidentiul clcction results und relutlonshlps umohg the Earth, Moon; und Sun. Fourth grnde classcs of Mrs. Duvis, Mrs. Hurtman, Ms. Hicks and Ms. Howard completed and turned in posters for tho Soli and Water Conservation contest. The theme was "Soil and Water, lYours for Life.” Classcs have been studying Native Americuns In North Carolina, learning nbout Ihe ordei* of operations, and working on their next Book Tnlk project on n • mystery book of the students' choice. Buch fifth grnde hns been Premier Rcakv E R A Advance 3 3 6 .9 9 8 .7 7 7 7 MOCKSVILLE 3 3 6 .7 5 1 .2 0 5 5 Save ¿ptoThousands of Dollars bn the sale of your home with our bptions Listing Program. O P E N H O U S E S U N D A Y, 2 -4 p .m . 5S77 Pinebrook Lane Stop by ovtr Hot Oog Stand in the parking lot of the old BB&T Building during the Mocksvilie Christmas Parade on Saturday!! All proceeds go to the Zip Jones Benevolent • Fund to help him pay for a lung transplant. 875 Main Church Road www.era-premierrealty.com researching infonnulion nbout u region of the United Stutes, The reseurch fulfills n requirement for the NC Writing Pilot. The information is displayed through u vnriety of Christmas projects. Euch class will display the projects representing their region on Christmas trees set up in the media center. Cody Ashley from Ms. Bailey’s class won a gold medal nt the Fall Games for Special Olympics in High Polnt'during the weekend of Nov. 7-9. Cody competed on the socccr team ulong with other uthletes from Duvie County. At this stnte level i event, approximately 3,000 athletes competed In full sports. Cooleemee Elem entary The school w ill host Curriculum and technoiogy Dec. 4. Dinner will be served, from S;45-6;30. Presentations will be made in classrooms In two sessions to allow fumilies with more thun one student to go to two cinssrooins. Session 1 will be from 6;30-6;55 nnd session 2 will be from 7-7:25. Sccond grade had n week of giving thnnks. Students purtlclputcd in Nutive American centers und enjoyed muking vegetable soup together. Each student brought in a can of vegetables to add to Ihe soup. In mnth, they are adding two digit numbers. Next they will begin addition with regrouping. Third grade classes of Dunnn Henderson, Shorri Hendrix, Amnndu Shoffner, nnd Jill Whitnkcr celebrnted Colonial Dny on Tuesday, Nov. 25. Students rotated to centers in each classroom. In Mrs. Henderson’s room students tusted husty pudding, which Colonial people ate for breakfast, and mnde hornbooks. These were used in Colonial times in schools. In Mrs. Hendrix’s room students lennied about the .art of pnper weaving, and snmpled ginger snaps, n Coloninl treut. In Mrs. Shoffner’s c.lnss, students hiude Indiun necklnces nnd made and tasted their own butter. In Mrs. Whltuker’s class tho girls made poppets, and the boys made spinning tops, Colonial toys. They fasted apple i;ider. All the students enjoyed this lenrnlng opportunity. Fourth grade finished'fall assessments. Mrs. Kistner and Ms. Tatum’s classcs finished reading Becauije of Winn-Dixie. Mrs. Dyson’s'class has finished reading The Mouse und tho Motorcyclo. Mrs. Whituker’s cluss finished rending Stuurt Little. Euch cluss completed a novel study and focused .on reading comprehension and skills, such as main idea. Euch clnss focused on enriching their, vocnbulary throughout the stories. I Fifth grade sludents spent time going over the quarterly fall nssessment In reading und math. They continue to study about landforms In sciencc. W illiam R . Davle Elementary Melissa Brown’s fourth grade math sludents planned menus forThank,sgiving dinner using grocery ads. Students were asked to plan a balanced meal for u fnmlly of four with u budget pf $100. They hnd to figure the chungc tliey would receive nfter pnying the bill. “The menus were Interesting to suy the lenst, nnd they enjoyed carrying out the activity,” the teacher said. “This allowed students to practice estimation in a real world setting.” Esllmalioti has been a focus of Math Trailblazers lessons during the pust few weeks. ' Third grade muth students huve been studying niultlpllc.utlon fncts. They nre plnying games to practice facts and hnve been studying ut home. Miiltlpllciitloh nnd pince vnlue, huye'been mnin focus topics in their MathTrailbluzers curriculum during the past few weeks. Students are getting into the routine of ' visiting the SuccessMakor Lab. Students visit thé lab every other duy for 15 minutes to work on mnth. They nre uwnlting the ndditlon of u few more computers to ndd to the lub so more students cnn be uccommodnled euch day. . Mrs. Seurnon’s clnss hns studied n vnriety of topics ranging • from wenther, government, and geology. Students arc studying tho planet through InnU und wjiter forms. Students hnvo been cxcitcd nbout n pructice of field science ns they tuke nuturc wulks nnd discover science nnd the world nround them. A home projccl, the Lcnf Book, wns n grent wuy to gel outside und identify Cooleem ee Elementary Star Stuijents for the week of Nov. 24, from left: front - Seth Crossley, McKenzie Owens, Kenzle Hunter; middle - Wliiie Walker, Kassidie McDaniel, Alexa Hernendez, Gregory Jennings, Kurt Durner; back-Traci Ferrebee, Madison Meade, Kayla Allen, Crystal Arcos, Analillla Gomez, Jason LInce. native trees. Projects will be displayed in the library. In social studies, the election wus a real-world experience to witness how government runs. Students studied the branches of government and held debates in class. They \vere so excited about debating, they opened a ' debute teum for fifth graders und hnvo nirondy held un ufter school debute. They continue to Ieurn ubout history through novel nnd liternture study. Sludents fiijishcd rendings of Nory Ryun’s Song (ubout Irish Imhilgrnlionj & A Fnmily Apnrt, (nbout the displacement of children in the 1860s.). Novels are Freedom Truin (about the Civil Wur), Number the Stnrs, (nboul World Wur If), George Washington’s Socks (nbout the Revolutionary Wat) and Santiago’s Silver Mine (ubout life in rurnl Mexico.) Discussions on the issue of wur nre tnking plucc in class. In math, students have tackled many areas through Truil Bluzers. The kids enjoy the hnnds-on approach to learning mnth concepts. Who knew there were so muny ways to do long multlplicution nnd division? The kids nre excelling in Ihe vnriety. They nre covering uren nnd perimeter of shnpes, long division, nnd simplifying of frnctions. They work In smnll groups-to solve problems, play gumes, and pose new questions. DARE is under wuy for fifth ■grnde. Officer Alunu Geiger tenches nbout the pitfalls of drugs nnd nicohol. Students ure gelling excited ubout writing DARE pupers, pledges and upcoming DARE gruduntion. Angcln Splllmun nnd Mnrlene Hnmpton’s klndergurien class hus bebn ■learning ubout the first-people who lived in America (the Native Americuns or Indinns). They read und colored books nbout un Indinn Chief nnd An Indiun Story. These books helped them undersiund thut the Indiun people used dlffcrijnl| tools pid slept in li diÎTcrent kitii! of iionie.'Next the stuiients learned about pilgrims nnd how they got lo Amerlcu. The cluss compared life long ago'to Ihe present, Tho boys und girls thought the homes und clothes were different u long lime ago. While studying the seuson of Thunksgiving the students gruphed foods they cn't during this time of yeur, und prncticcd number recognition while lenrning to do dot to dots. R E A U f Y Serviti For Davie County ver 30 Yeärsl 330 s. Salisbury St., Mocksvilie C a ll 7 5 1 - 3 5 3 8 o r v is it w w w .h o w a r d r a a lt y .c o m F o r m o r e In fo rm a tio n o n re n ta ls , p le a s e c a ll 3 3 6 -7 5 1 - 3 5 3 9 , E x t. 1 0 0 AflSl SoM 4BR, 3BA wtti lull ||П|5Ы tiasemenl, I M il' aaes, paili'ike setting. $460,000 Astounding 48R, 3.5BA, inis* quailiis in spia*tiii| iol in Covington Cieek, Advance $354,900 Ыгф геЛв! Ksloilt (BB, 158\ lenmafcns stJ In [togresilOMafKceollMglislay $325,000 toia«agítras(iOan)«iMejl4Ba,15eA,lulla4 2FP,№<iwiiMiyni«eam№l$29e,500 Aiwisls«skiiapmalerrWlracn18,Mt/-ai»sl 2Bed(00msandlBath.$229,7OO 2 an, V5BA log tome on 5t/- acres, Wood/ lilo IlfS. Absolutsly GorgeousI $219,900 Unlquo home witli 3BR, 2BA, basomeni, FP on landscaped loll $189,900 to CemM 1лшд1т Э6А Ш cn W к №, 2 ra дгд.т.О|№(1<«Ш]Ь«а111СС$185,900 3BR, 2BA In Outdman Hils, Veiy woJ maintlarod with nice floor plan, $172,900 2BR, 2BA brick rancher In Garden Valloy, Partially finished basement. $169,900 Greal cojnliy horn m Ы atiesi Ж Щ U bsitml, stgs. bUg., Srideanti^aliManM. $149,900 Lois ol pelenllall 5ВП, 3BA on t.OU/- acres. UG needed Í selling ‘AS IS' $149,500 441 W, Maple Ave. Nice 3 Bedroom/ 2 Balh brick ranch In GaidonVailoyl$145,900 ExcellonI 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath brick rancher on weirmanicurod toi $127,500 5оИ hoTO w*} Лий alíe to (OSS, eijwiswl гбЩаА, UM.yMsl9.№^(nnxM$e2,500 A v a il a b l e R e n t a l s Neal 2BR,1BA w/slorago bklg on greal In town tot. Selling "AS IS." $68,500 A v a i l a b l e L o t s & L a n d 174 Windward; 3DR/1,6BA, HENOVATEDt..................457 flllchlo Rd; 4BH/2.6BA. appIloMoa, conual hoaUalr... 4052 \^o flood: SORÆBA.i------------- -------- “ ' ‘178 Qrubt) flood: 2BFV1BA.1342 Boar CteoK Ch. Bd-. (cell RhynohardI Rd. (call for Iniorn 7-fA [oncod pasture acroago...m Cannar SI., 1BR, 1BA. Call tor Aveilablllty... ...........$726 p/m............$850 рЛп............$700 p/m...........’..$600 p/m.......v.|1.500p/m.........$1,200 p/m..CALLFÔR INFO $425 Daniel Roncl.....................JoyTrnll....Qreon Огама Поос!............RIvorvlew Поа<1................Neoiy atreot2941 Hamptonvlllo Поаг!...Point Road......................Cnmollln Lano..................Duke WhhaVior none)........107 Now Hatnpahlto Cuiirl.. r Inlo .-о,або....i».ua+/- äörei" saslooo....aor«a S10,000eoro* sao7.6oo ..Oa.eSW* aoroa $700.000.........7-*/. aoro« e03,000....a.70+/.noroa «40,000............sao,ooo DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thurstlay, Dec. 4,2008 - D3 P ortab le D ental O ffic e V is its C o o leem ee While unliciputing giving thanks this monlh, and receiving gifts from St. Nick later next monlh, some Cooleemee Elemonlury students got to visit the portuble dental office set up at their school for the Dental Sealant Promotion Project lo receive dentnl senlnnt “presents" on permnnent molnrs nnd “goody bngs”. The populur goody bngs included toothbrush, loolhpnste, fioss, pnmphlot, lip bnlm, sticker, pencil, Plak- Chcck lighted mirror, toothbrush covcr, und eye protection sunglasses used by the student nt Iheir senlnnt visit. Some items were imprinted with tho NC OrnI Health Section’s vision: “North Cnrolinn - Cuvily Freo Forevei:!” The school bused senlnnt project wus coordlnnted through the Ornl Heulth Section, NC Depurtinent of Public Henlth, and Duvio Counly Schools. The project’s goal wos to increase Ihe number of children wilh provonlive dentnl senlnnts. Dentnl sculunis, ulong with the proper use of fiuorlde, will protect their teeth from tooth decay. A public heallh dentnl tenm from the Ornl Heulth Section worked ut a portable dental office nt school. The tonm consisted of Dr. Kevin Buchholtz, public health dentist; Sharon Boger, RDH, projccl. coprdinntor and public health'dental hygienist for Davle County; OHS dental technicinns Dnnny Stafford nnd Charles Pitts; and severni public henlth dental hygionists from surrounding counties. Tho public henlth dentnl hygienist team consisted of; Debbyo Krueger of Rownn Counly: Lynne Payne of Davidson County: Kim Middleton of Stokes/Surry counties, Kim Lee of Alexander/Cnldwell counties; Belsy Hardin of Stanley/Anson counties; Cindy Sigmon of Cntnwba Counly: nnd Burbnrn Gregory of Wilkes County. On Nov. 12, Buchholtz provided free dentnl exnms for 70 students, grndes 1-3. From Nov. 12-17, 65 students received 239 senlnnts on permnnent teeth. Studohts aro selected to receive, forms for the project based on the public heulth dental hygienist dental assessments. She looks for teeth without decay or fillings, teeth without sealants, and the erupted molars. Parents and teachers received Information about dentnl senlnnts. Students with parental permission for dental sealants visited the dental office to have exnms by the dentist, nnd then cnme bnck to get sealnnts ns prescribed. The students learned ubout regulur dentnl visits nnd how to huve heulthy teeth. Some children hud never been to the dentist before. “This is n grent use of tnxpnyor dollnrs,” said Debbyo Krueger ns she worked on a student’s teeth. Rep. Julia Howard (right) watches Kim Middleton, RDH (middle), and Barbara G re­ gory put dental sealants on the teeth of a Cooleem ee Elementary School student.' Grudes 1-3 wulched a short video, “Seal In A Smile,” in the cinssrooms, before Ihe dentui sealant project begnn. , Dentnl senlnnts ure n plustlc material placed on the chewing surfaces of Ihe buck teeth. The surfaeos of molars contain pits and grooves thut nccumulnto bucterial plaque that causes tooth decay. Most tooth decay in children Is on Ihe chewing surfaces of their teeth. The procedure for placing a dental senlunl is simple nnd pninlcss. Tho tooth lo be seuled ure denned nnd the senlnnt mnteriul plnced on them. These senlnnts should lust four to five yeurs, nnd they mny lust much longer. Visitors to the project included tenchers, u couple of purenls, nnd u specini visitor - NC Rep. Juliu Howurd, who told the story of her first visit to n senlnnt project nl Cornnlzer Elementnry severul yenrs ago. She left the project and called her children to be tell them aboul dentui sealants, and to be sure her grandchildren would be provided dental decay prevention through the use of sealants. “Cooleemee Elementary School staff and tenchers were greut to work with during tho project,” Boger snid. “The students were wonderful pntients who hnd- fun and felt specini to be Involved in the project.” For more informution, contact your family dentist, or Boger at 751-7704,0X1.4207, or Ihe N.C. Ornl Heallh Section nt(919) 707-5480. Members of the Davle High School Jr. Civitan Club at an officer/new member installation ceremony. Davie High Jr. Civitans Recognized [CLEMMONS COUNTRY STORI 2690 LewlsvUI»Olemmons Road • 76&8988 f R iS M N X . P R A S iR И Davie High Junior Civilnn Club held Its officer Induction and new member installation pinning ceremony Nov. 12. The club has participated in the following projects; collected food for A Storehouse iorJesus, raised money to buy gifts for children Ihrough the Little Lambs project, sent Christmas cards to 150 nursing home resi­ dents, and donated $50 lo the autistic society. The club will help their spon­ soring club wilh the Festival of Lights fundraiser, present goodie bags lo the exceptional children’s class, visit a local nursing home with goodie bngs and cards for each resident, and hold a Christmas party. Mem­ bers nre plunnlng to pnrticipnie in severul projects in tho com- lri|;.year.-,. The club hns been one of the few in the stnte lo nchleve honor club status from Civitan Inter- nntionnl for Ihe past five years under Ihc tutelage of their advi­ sors, Dreama Barber and Kay Shega. “These future leaders have already participated In enough'evenis to receive honor club this yeur as well,” the lead- ers said. Officers arc; presidents, Me- lissn Nichols und Shelby Beuu- mont; vice presidents, Junsen McDuniel nnd Mutt Hursey; secrotnry, Pnige Smurt; Iren- surer, Brice Renegar; PR coor- dlnnlor, Roger Lee Atkins II; hlstorlnn, Joshun Peeler; ser- geunt nl arms, Kenneth Hockuduy; director, Shane Butcher. Members also Include; Whitney Correll, Felishn Dnlton, Brlnnna Gaither, Col­ leen Hennclly, Asln Hilliard, Kevin Jordan, Eric King, Hunnnh McNoll, McKcnzlo Mnrshnll, Rnchol Moore, Muccy Myers, Destiny Peurcy, Morgan Rowe, Kulie Sells, Kelly Solovtzoff, Amnndu Stnrk, Emily Tnie, Briltnny Tutterow, Lnura Untz, Megnn Walker, Becca West, Madison Whitlock and Kacy Yount. ■ Junior Civitans is a commu­ nity service club for young people. Members nre given chnnces nt lendership developed by the Dnvie High School nnd Iho'Mocksvillo Civilnn Club, WE DELIVER! • Moravian Stars • • Chicken Pies • Locally Made Fresh Wreaths • Country Ham • • Pimento Cheese • Candy • Local Honey • Poundcake • • Fried Apple Pies • Holiday Plants & Baskets • Cemetery Flowers • “Come Experience Hometown Customer Service”. I 704.924.9393 www.StalesvilleHotising.com Toil Free 1.877.283.4344 •■A- i D4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERI’RISE, RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec, 4,2008 - D5 Public Notices Public Notices I ei NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE As required by federal and stale laws, this notice Is lo Inlorm all workers and bulding occupants and/or their legal guardians about asbestos In school buildings, Any­ one who wishes to see the asbes­ tos files may contact Ihe school or call Tom Evans, Davie County Schools Maintenance Depart­ ment, 336-751-1991, This the 18th day of November, 2008. 1 1 -2 7 -H n NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Executor of the Estate of PAUL CLIFTON COCKERHAM, late of Davie County, this Is lo notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before February 27, 2009, (being three (3) monlhs from this first day of publication of this no­ tice), or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All persons, llrms and corporations Indebted to said estate will please make Im­ mediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 27th day of November, 2008. • ELOISE T. SHELTON 196 Grover Rd. Mocksvllie, NC 27028 11-27-41П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of JOHNSIE ETHEL TUCKER SHELTON, late of Davie County, this Is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to Ihe undersigned on or before February 27, 2009, (being three (3) monlhs from this first day of publication of this no­ tice), or this nollce will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and corporations Indebted to said estate will please make Im­ mediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 27th day of November, 2008. VON C. SHELTON 153Woodhaven Ln. Mocksville, NC 27028 11-27-4th NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE> Under and by virtue of the power of sale contained In a certain Deed of Trust made by Christopher A. Ends and April Ends, Husband and Wife (PRESENT RECORD OW NER(S): Christopher Ends)(Chrlstopher Ends aka Christopher A. Ends, deceased)(Helrs of Christopher Ends aka Christopher A. Ends: April Ends aka April Dawn Ends, ' Trista Ends, Alexa Ends, Lacey Ends and Unknown Heirs of Christopher Ends aka Christopher A. Ends) to T. Oan Womble, Trustee(s), dated the 12th day of March, 2007, and recorded In Book 0704. Page ОаЗЭ. DavIe County Registry, North Carolina, default having been made In the payment of the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the undersigned, Substitute Trustee Services, Inc. having been substituted as Trustee In said Deed of Trust by an Instrument duly recorded In the Office of the Register 'of Deeds of Davle County, North Carolina and the holder of the note evidencing said Indebtedness having directed that the Deed ol Trust be foreclosed,. the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at the courthouse door In the City of Mocksville, Davle County, North Carolina at 2:45 pm on December 10,2008 and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following real estate situated In Ihe County of Davle, North Carolina, and being more particularly described as follows: BEQINNINQ at a point, a railroad spike located 0,65 feet North of the centerline of State Road 1330 (Jack Booe Road), RANDY MILLER &SONS 295 Miller Road • Mocksvillc(336) 284-2826 Now Pumping Septic Taniu $ Ш steer Work ïïencher Work Hauling said point being the Northeast corner ol DLJ Mortgage Capital, Ino. (Deed Book 522 Page 170) and said point of beginning also being the Northwest corner of the within described tract; thence from said point of beginning with the centerline of S. R. 1330 North 79 deg 45 mln 19 seo. East 150.00 feet to a railroad spike located 3.85 feet North of Ihe centerline of SR 1330, the Northeast corner of the within described tract; thenoe a - new line South 02 deg SO mln 42 sec West 26.05 a new Iron pin; thence South 02 deg 50 mln 42 sec West 1356.36 feet to a new Iron pin, the Southeast comer of the within described tract; thence North 46 deg 50 mln 05 seo West 251.00 feet to a new Iron pin, the Southwest corner of the within described tract; thence North OS deg 01 mln 52 see East 1160.84 leet lo an Iron pin; thence North OS deg 01 mln 52 seo East 26.05 feet to the POINT AND PUCE.OF BEGINNING, and containing 5.008 acres as taken form a survey of Grady L. Tutterow, RLS, dated March 15, 2004, Togeher with Improvements located thereon; said property being located at 611 Jack Booe Road, Mocksville, North Carolina. Trustee may, In the Trustee’s sole discretion, delay the sale for up to one hour as provided In NCGS §45-21.23. Should the property be purchased by a third party, that person must pay the tax of Forty- Five Cents ($0,45) per Ono Hundred Dollars ($100.00) required by NCGS §7A-308(a)(1). The property to be offered pursuant to this notice ol 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/security agreement, or both, being foreclosed, nor tho officers, directors, attorneys, employees, agents or authorized representa­ tive of either the Trustee or the holder ol the note make any representation or warranty relating to the title or any physical, environmental, health or safety conditions existing In, on, at or relating to the property being olfered for sale, and any apd all responsibilities or liabilities arising out of or In any way relating to any such condition expressly are disclaimed. Also, this property is being sold subject to ail taxes, special assessments, and prior liens or encumbranqes. 0;1,ree9jdv and any recorded releases. A cash deposit or cashier's check (no personal checks) of five percent (5%) of the purchase price, or seven hundred fifty dollars ($750), whichever is greater, will be required at the time ot the sale. An order for possession of the property may be Issued pursuant loQ .S. 45-21.29 In favor ot the purchaser and against Ihe party or parties In possession by the clerk of superior court ol the county In which the property Is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may after receiving the notice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days' written notice to the landlord. Upon termination of a rental agreement, the tenant Is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination. 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 (lelow In the instance of bankruptcy 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 QIVEN TO YOU PURSUANT TO STATUTORY REQUIREMENT AND FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES AND IS NOT INTENDED 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 This 19th day of November, 2008. SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SERVICES, INC. SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE BY; Attorney at Law The Law Firm of Hutchens, Senter & Britton, P.A. Atorneys lor Substitute Trustee Services, inc. P.O. Box 1028 4317 Bamsey Street Fayetteville, North Carolina ■ 28311 http;vww.fc-sales.com Case No; 375.131594 11-27-2ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the power and authority contained In that certain Deed of Trust executed and delivered by Melvin B. Eccles and Ida Lucille Hicks Eccles, dated March 28,2005 and reoorded In the Office of the Register ol Deeds ol Davle County, North Carolina, recorded on April 4, 2005, In Book 601 at Page 377; and because of default In the payment of the Indebtedness secured thereby and failure to carry out and perform the stipulations and agreernents contained therein and, pursuant lo demand of the owner and holder of the indebtedness secured by said Deed of Trust, the under­ signed Substitute Trustee will place for sale, at publlo auction, to the highest bidder for cash at the usual place of sale at Davle County Courthouse, In Mocksviile, North Carolina at 1:30 PM on Thursday, December 11, 2008, that parcel of land. Including imptovamente thereon,''situated, lying and being In the City of Advance, County of Davle, Slate ot North Carolina, and being more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at an Iron stake In Ihe margin of U.S. Highway 157, Nichols corner; thenoe with Highway 158 North 71 deg. 00 mln. East 85.0 feet to a new comer In margin ol said road; thence South oa degs, 30 mln. East 160 feet lo a new corner; thence South 71 degs. 00 mln. West 85.0 feet to a new corner In Nichols line; Ihence with Nichols ilrie North 08 degs. 30 mln. West 160.90 feet to the BEGINNING, containing 13,600 square feet. This lot Is located In Farmington Township, Davle Counly, North Carolina. Also see map by Sam I Talbert dated July 11,1959 as recorded In Plat Book 3, page 78 ol the Sherley Studevent property, Davle counly Registry. Address of property; 4230 US Highway 158, Advance, NC 27006 Present Record Owners; Ida Lucille Hicks Eccles The terms of Ihe sale are that the real property hereinbefore described will be sold for cash to the highest bidder. The Substitute Trustee reserves the right to require a cash deposit or a cerllfled check not 16 exceed the greater of ;1lye perçai (5%) of the,ipfpounl of the bid"or Seven Hundred Fifty’ Dollars ($750.00). In the evenl that the Owner and Holder Is exempt trom paying the same, the successful bidder may also bo required lo pay revenue stamps on the Trustee's Deed, any Land Transfer Tax, and the tax required by N.C.G.S. §7A-308(a) (1). The real properly hereinabove described Is being offered for sale “AS IS, WHERE IS" and will be sold subject to all superior Hens, unpaid taxes, and special assessments. Olher conditions will be announced at the sale. The sale will be held open for ten (10) days for upset bids as by law required. II the Trustee Is unable to convey title to this property for any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser Is the return of the deposit. Reasons of such Inabiilly to convey Include, but are not limited to, the4lllng of a bankruptcy petition prior to the sale and reinstatement of the loan without the knowledge of the Trustee(s). II the validity of the sale Is challenged by any party, the Trustee(s), In their sole discretion. If they believe the challenge to have merit, may declare the sale to be void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy. Additional Notice Where the Real Properly Is Residential With Less Than 15 Rental Units; An order for possession of the property may be Issued pursuant to Q.S. 45-21.29 In lavor of the purchaser and against Ihe parly or parties In possession by the clerk of superior court of the county In which the property Is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may, after receiving the notice of sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days' wrillon notice lo the landlord. Upon temnlnatlon of a rental agreement, the tenant Is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to the effective dale of the termination. Dated: November 17,2008 Kellam & Pettit, P.A. Substitute Trustee Posted; Witness; Assistant/Deputy Clerk of. Superior Court 11-27-2ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY 08 SP 257 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained In that certain Deed of Trust execOted by Lilian And Dagoberto Hernandez, Wife and Husband to TRSTE, INC., Trustee(s), which was dated No­ vember 8, 2006 and recorded on November 9,2006 In Book 687 at Page 705, Davle County Registry, North Carolina. Delault having been made In the payment of the note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the undersigned. Brock & Scott, PLLC, having been substi­ tuted as Trustee In said Deed of Trust by an Instrument duly re­ oorded in the Olflce of the Regis­ ter of Deeds of Davle County, North Carolina, and Ihe holder of the note evidencing said Indebted­ ness having directed that the Deed of trust be foreclosed, the under­ signed Substitute Trustee will of­ fer for sale at Ihb courthouse door ol the county courthouse where the properly is located, or the usual and customary location at the county courthouse for conducting the sale on December 8,2008 at 12:30 PM, and will sell to the high­ est bidder for cash the following described property situated In Davle County, North Carolina, to wit: LOT NUMBER THIRTEEN (13) IN BLOCK “C", SECTION TWO (2), OF THE GARDEN VALLEY ESTATES, INC., ACCORDING TO A PLAT PREPARED BY R.B. KESTLER, REGISTERED SUR­ VEYOR, FILED FOR RECORDA­ TION SEPTEMBER 23, 1966, AND DULY RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE 43, IN THE OF­ FICE OF THE REGISTER OF DEEDS OF DAVIE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA, REFER­ ENCE TO WHICH IS HEREBY MADE FOR A MORE PARTICU- U R DESCRIPTION. THIS CON­ VEYANCE IS MADE SUBJECT TO CERTAIN RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS SET FORTH AND DULY RECORDED IN DEED BOOK77, PAGE 211-212, INTHE. OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF DEEDS OF DAVIE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. FOR BACK TITLE SEE DEED BOOK 108, PAGE 535, AND DEED BOOK 207, PAGE 431, Save and except any releases, deeds of release or prior convey­ ances of record. Said property Is commonly known as 278 Magnolia Lane, Mocksville, NC 27028. A cash deposit (no personal checks) of five percent (5%) of the purchase price, or Seven Hundred Fllty Dollars ($750.00), whichever Is greater, will be required at the time of Ihe sale. Following the ex­ piration of the statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are Immediately due and owing. Said property lo be offered pur­ suant to this Notice of Sale is be­ ing 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 existing In, on, at, or relating to the property being offered for sale. This sale Is mads subject to all'prior liens, unpaid taxes, any unpaid land transler taxes, special assessments, ease­ ments, rights of way, deeds of re­ lease, and any other encum­ brances or exceptions ol record. To the best of the knowledge and belief of Ihe undersigned, Ihe cur­ rent owner(s) of the property is/are Dagoberto Hernandez and wjfe, Lilian Hernandez. An Order for possession of the property may be Issued pursuant to Q.S. 45-21,29 In favor of Ihe pur­ chaser and against the party or parties In possession by the clerk of superior court of the counly In which the property Is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or af­ ter October 1,2007, may, after re­ ceiving the notice of sale, termi­ nate the rental agreement upon 10 days' written notice to the landlord. The notice shall also state that upon termination of a rental agree­ ment, Iho tenant Is liable for rent due under Ihe rental agreement prorated to the effective date of the termination. If the trustee Is unable to con­ vey title to this property lor any rea­ son, the sole remedy of the pur­ chaser Is the return of the deposit. Reasons of such Inability to con­ vey Include, but are not limited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior lo the confirmation of the sale and reinstatement of the loan with­ out the knowledge of the trustee. II the validity of the sale Is chal­ lenged by any party, the trustee. In their sole discretion. If they be­ lieve the challenge lo have merit, may request the court to declare Ihe sale to te void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have< no further remedy. 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 IN THE INSTANCE OF BA'NK- RUPTCY PROTECTION. IF YOU ARE UNDER THE PROTECTION OF THE BANKRUPTCY COURT OR HAVE BEEN DISCHARGED AS A RESULT OF A BANK­ RUPTCY PROCEEDING, THIS NOTICE IS GIVEN TChYOU PUR­ SUANT TO STATUTORY RE­ QUIREMENT AND FOR INFOR­ MATIONAL PURPOSES AND IS NOT INTENDED AS AN AT- TEMPTTOCOLLECTADEBTOR AS AN ACT TO COLLECT, AS­ SESS, OR RECOVER ALL OR ANY PORTION OF THE DEBT FROM YOU PERSONALLY. Substitute Trustee Brock & Scott, PLLC Jeremy B. Wilkins, NCSB No. 32346 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NG 28403 PHONE; (910) 392-4988 FAX; (910) 392-8587 File No,; 08-15240 11-27-2tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY 08SP258 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained In that certain Deed of Trust executed by DONNA K POWELL to WILLIAM R ECHOLS, Trustee(s), which was dated February 22, 2006 and re­ corded on February 27, 2006 In Book 650 at Page 165, Davle County Registry, North Carolina. Delault having been made In Ihe payment of Ihe note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the undersigned. Brock & Scott, PLLC, having been substi­ tuted as Tmstee in said Deed ol Trust by an Instrument duly re­ corded In the Olllce of Ihe Regis­ ter of Deeds of Davle County, North Carolina, and the holder ol the note evidencing said Indebted­ ness having directed that Ihe Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the under­ signed Substitute Trustee will of­ fer for sale at the courthouse door ol the county courthouse where the property Is located, or the usual and customary location at the counly courthouse lor,conducting the sale on Decomber 8, 2008 at 12:30 PM, and will sell lo the high­ est bidder for cash the following described property situated In Davle Counly, North Carolina, to wit: Beginning al a concrete nail In the center of County Line Road (N.C.S.R.#1338), Roberson's cor­ ner; said beginning corner being 0.2 mile south along Oounly Line Road from the Intersection of N.C.S.R. «j'133S with County Line Road; thence with Roberson's line South 88 degrees 09 minutes East and crossing an Iron on the East side of County Line Road at 25.36 feet and continuing for a total dis­ tance of 193.12 feet to an Iron, Roberson's corner In Zell Smith's line; thenoe with a line to Zell Smith South 04 degrees 00 minutes West 224.06 feet to an Iron, a new comer lo Esther Keller In the line of Zell Smith; thence with a new line to Ester Keller South 83 de­ grees '16 minutes 15 seconds West and crossing an angle Iron on the East side of County Line Road at 97.92 feet and continuing for a total distance of 127.92 feet to a concrete nail In the center of said road, a new corner to Ester Keller; Ihence with a new line to Ester Keller along the center of County Line Road North 11 de­ grees 38 minutes 15 seconds West 249.63 feel to the point of beginning and containing 0,862 acre, as surveyed by Wade T. Snider, Registered Land Surveyor. Save and except any releases, deeds of release or prior convey­ ances of record. Said property Is commonly known as 1460 County Line Road, Harmony, NC 28634. A cash deposit (no personal checks) of five percent (5%) of Ihe purchase price, or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever Is greater, will be required at the time of the sale. Following the ex­ piration of the statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are Immediately due and owing. Said property to be offered pur­ suant lo this Notice of Sale is be; Ing 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 safely condlllons existing In, on, at, or relating to the properly being offered for sale. This sale Is made subject to all prior Hens, unpaid laxes, any unpaid land transfer taxes,.speclal assessments, ease- menlSi rights of way, deeds of re­ lease, and any olher encum­ brances or exceptions of record. To the best of the knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the cur­ rent owner(s) of the properly Is/are Donna K. Powell. An Order for possession of the properly may be Issued pursuant to Q.S. 45-21,29 In favor of the pur­ chaser and against the party or parties In possession by the clerk of superior court of the county In which the property is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant lo a rental agreement entered Inlo or renewed on or af­ ter October 1,2007, may, after re­ ceiving the notice! of sale, termi­ nate the rental agreement upon 10 days' written notice lo the landlord. The notice shall also state that upon termination of a rental agree­ ment, Ihe tenant Is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to Ihe effective date of the termination. If the trustee Is unable lo con­ vey title to this property for any rea­ son, Ihe sole remedy of the pur­ chaser Is the return ol Ihe deposit. Reasons ol suph Inability to con­ vey Include, but are not limited to, the llling ol a bankruptcy petition prior to the conlirmatlon of the sale and reinstatement ol the loan with­ out the knowledge of the trustee. If the veiidily of the sale Is chal­ lenged by any party, the trustee. In their sole discretion. If they be­ lieve Ihe challenge to have merit, may roquest Ihe court to declare the sale to be void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy. 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 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'BANK- RUPTCY PROCEEDING, THIS NOTICE IS GIVEN TO YOU PUR­ SUANT TO STATUTORY RE­ QUIREMENT AND FOR INFOR­ MATIONAL PURPOSES AND IS NOT INTENDED AS AN AT- TEMPTTO COLLECT A DEBT OR AS AN ACT TO COLLECT, AS­ SESS, OR RECOVER ALL OR ANY PORTION OF THE DEBT FROM YOU PERSONALLY. ‘ Substitute Trustee - ' "M"' . Brocks Scott, PLLC '' ’’JeiemyB. Wilkins, NCSB No. 32346 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 PHONE; (910) 392-4988 FAX: (910) 392-8587 File No.: 08-15025 11-27-2ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administra­ tor of the Estate ol MELVIN HAROLD DEHART, lale of Davle County, this Is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them lo the undersigned on or before February 27, 2009, (being three (3) months Irom this first day of publication of this no­ tice), or this notice will be pleaded in bar of thoir recovery. Ail persons, firms and corporations Indebted to said eslate will please make Im­ mediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 27th day of November, 2008. PAULINE M. DEHART 3059 US Hwy 64 East Mocksvllie, NC 27028 \ 11-27-41P NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING BEFORE THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF BERMUDA RUN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Q.S. 160A-364 lhat Ihe Town Council ol Bermuda Run will meet al 7:00 P.M. on Tuesday, December 9th, 2008 at the Town Hall, located at 120 Kinderton Blvd, Suite 100, Advance, NC 27006, to hold a public hearing and lo receive public comment on the following Item; 1. The Town Council will review the proposed Walkable Bermuda Run Plan. The purpose ol the plan Is to provide a vision for the town’s alternative transportation network of sidewalks, bike lanes and shared paths and to establish guidelines and policies for II development. The publlo Is Invited to attend the hearing al which lime there will be an opportunity to be heard In favor of, or In opposition lo, the above Items. ’ Additional information Is available al Bermuda Run Town Hail. 11-27-2tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of KATHY DIANE DARNELL, lale of Davle Counly, this Is to notlly all persons, llrms and corporations having claims against said estate to present Ihem to the undersigned on or before February 13,2009, (being three (3) months from this first day of publi­ cation of this nollce), or this nollce will be pleaded In bar of their re­ covery. All persons, firms and cor­ porations Indebted to said estate will please make immediate pay­ ment to tho undersigned. This Ihe 13lh day of November, 2008. ' BRENDA NEWSOME 637 Hwy. 801 North Advance, NC 27006 ' 11-13-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of EDNATANNER, late of Davle County, this Is lo notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the under­ signed: T. Dan Womble, Attorney, 3802 Clemmons Road, Suite A, Clemmons, NC 27012, on or be­ fore February 20, 2009, (being three (3) months from this first day ot publication of this notice), or this notice will be pleaded In bar of Iheir recovery. All persons, firms and corporations Indebted to said es­ tate will please make Immediate payment 16 Ihe undersigned. . This the 20lh day of November, 2008. CAROL SIMPKINS 410 Saddlebrook Circle Lewisville, NC 27023-8214 T. Dan Womble Attorney at Law P.O. Box 1698 Clemmons, NC 27012 11-20-4Ш NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executrix of . the Eslate of ARNOLD GARLAND CHAPLIN, late of Davle County, North Carolina, the undersigned ^ does hereby notify all persons, flmns or corporations having claims against said eslate to present them , , to. (he. undersigned at Post Office i,u Box 5946, High Point,„North i| Carolina 27262-5945 on oribefers the 13'" day of February, 2009, or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol Iheir recovery. All persons, firms or corporations Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment lo the undersigned. This the 13'" day of November, 2008. Elizabeth Jane C.'Holder, Executrix ol Iho Estate ol Amold . Gariand Chaplin Post Office Box 5945 High Point, NC 27262-5945 Kevin L. Rochlord, Attorney Post Office Box 5945 High Point, NC 27262-5945 11-13-4ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CALL FOR PROPOSALS Smart Start of Davle County Is seeking proposals from agencies and olher organizations Interested In providing sen/lces that contrib­ ute lo the well-being and optimal development ol young children and their families In Davle Counly for the year 7/1/09 - 6/30/10. Please contact Corey Miller (751 - 2113) or visit our website at www.davlesmartstart.org\o learn more about lundlng opportunities and how to obtain an application. 12-4-1tn FOR SALE: Cars • Trucks Utility Buildings Carports; All Sizes, All Galvanized All Size Dog Lots336-751-3442 Mocksville, NC NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of MILDRED ALLEN BOWLES COUCH, lale of Davle Counly, this is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before February 20, 2009, (being three (3) months from this first day of publication of this no­ tice), or this police will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and софогаНопа Indebted to said estate will please make Im­ mediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 20th day of November, 2008. WALTER FRANKLIN COUCH 265 Feezor Rd. Mooksvllie, NC 27028 11-20-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administra­ tor of the Estate of KATHY HAWKINS RAYLE, late ol Davle County, this Is to notlly all persons, llrms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before March 4, 2009, (be­ ing three (3) monlhs from this first day of publication of this nollce), or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons, finns and corporations indebted to said estate will please make Immedi­ ate payment lo the undersigned. This Ihe 4th day of December, 2008. BOBBY WAYNE HAWKINS 3614 North Lakeshore Or. Clemmons, NC 27028 12-4-41П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Co-Admln- Islralors of the Eslate of BETTY GREENE SMITH, late of Davle County, this Is to notlly all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before March 4,2009, (be­ ing three (3) months from this first day of publication of this notice), or this nollce will be pleaded In bar of Iheir recovery. All persons, firms and corporations Indebted to said estate will please make Immedi­ ate payment to the undersigned. ’ ' ' This the 24th day of Novem­ ber, 2008,, STACEY A. SMITH 200 Mill Creek Drive Fuquay-Varlna, NC 27526 JUSTIN P SMITH 3710 Apt. G, Cotswold Drive Greensboro, NC 27410 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law Ten Court Square Mocksville, NC 27028 12-4-41П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate of ORA P. BRAMMER, late of Davie County, this Is to no­ tify all persons, firms and corpo­ rations having claims against said estate to present them to the un­ dersigned on or before March 4, 2009, (being three (3) months from this first day of publication of this notice), or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and corpora­ tions Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 4lh day of December, 2008. JAMES D. MEADOWS 478 Cherry Hill Rd. Mocksvllie, NC 27028 12-4-4tn METALROOFING 3' Coverage • 30+ Colors 25 Year Warranty P ost Fram e Buildings call for prices! 1-888-278-6050 M IO -STA IEM ETAIS of the Carolinas, LLC NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Executor of the Estate of BERLIE W. WYATT, lale of Davle County, this Is to no­ tify ail persons, firms and corpora­ tions having claims against said estate to present them lo the un­ dersigned on or before February 20,2009, (being three (3) months from this first day of publication of this nollce), or this nollce will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Ail persons, firms and corporations In­ debted to said estate will please make Immediate payment lo the undersigned. This Ihe 20th day of November, 2008. BRENDA W. HAWKS 194 No Creek Road Mocksvllie, NC 27028 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law Ten Court Square Mocksville, NC 27028 11-20-4 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Executor ol the Estate of CATHARINE C. LITTLE, late of Davle County, this Is lo notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before March 4, 2009, (being three (3) months Irom.thls first day of publication of this nollce), or this nollce will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons, flnns and corporations in­ debted to said eslate will please make Immediate payment lo Ihe undersigned. This the 26th day of November, 2008. JOHN F. 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Тоол Sqture (»3378) Kims«út«c¿(99a-uMri;iie № *T.‘í r “ï ï f f » c b tria d .c o m Davic/Clemmons Officc Intersection of Hwy 158 & 801 Coidweli Banl<er Mortgage Plione; 336-998-8816 Same Day Loan Decision,.. Relocattoii! 1-800-317-4398 Guarantced...l-888-309-8201 C O LD U ieU . B A N K G R Q 200e CokNieil Oenkef R»a> £»Шо CoipofUion. Ccktw«» Dflnker is a regtstorod trademarH of ColcMoll Banker Corporatvn. An equal opportunilY company. Each office ii irxJopandentiy owoed af«l opeiaied.T R IA D ,R E A LTO R S W E B D Y G O L D ! GOLD GALLERY M O C K S V IL L E • 751-3747 C L E M M O N S • 7 6 6 4 8 0 0 TR U S TE D JEW ELERS SIN CE 1960 • W E ’LL M E E T OR B E A T PR ICES! D6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 DAVIE-CLEMMONS Call Monday>Friday 8 AM-5 PM TOLL FREE 1-177-751-21Я FAX: 704-630-0157 EMAIL: CLASSADS@SALISBURYPOST.COM REACH OVER 29,000 READERS EVERY WEEK! 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Ño Prob­lemi Training availablol Call Nowl-860-557-0242. IMMEDIATE OPENINGS. Company/Ownor Oporato« Teams, or Solo Drivers willing to loam. Eam up to $2.<15/rnlle. Ammo exporkinco a plus. S2,000 signKin bonus. 1-B00 835-0471. Drivers- FLATBED & REEFER- Average $1.73- $1.77iMilo paU to truck al) rnilos, ExcollenI Network, Late Model Equipment, 40tk, Glue Cross Insurance. 877- -191-1102. wvw.primelnc.com G enerai COORDINATOR • Outgoing and nuturing person wanted. Place and supon^ise high school exchange sludents part-time. Make fflonds world- wklet Eam $600-S7S0 por student.WWW,aspoclloundallon.org Diesel Mechanic, oxperi- oncod. noodod for lleoi shop. Tromondous growth opportunlly, good pay. good boneliisl Call now! 336-956-7129 A ntiques & Collectibles G enerai EnorgeDc Individuals with strong customer sorvleo skills noodod at now Liborty Tax Son/lco located in Mocksvillo. Plooso fax resume or lotior of Inlorost lo 704-603-3343 or call Susan at 70<1-e40- 0794 Exporlonced tnx propnrornoodod with slrong customer son/lco skills at new Liborty Tax Sowico tocatod In Mocksvillo. Pioaso lax resumo orlottor oilntoroslto 704-603-3343 or call Susan nt 70-1-840- 6794 PAID APPRENTICE- HSgrads agos 17-34, No Export- onco noodod; Electronics, on- ginootlng, comn\unlcot:one, more caroor openings. Pay wilh benefits. Call Mon-Frl 800-C62-7231 for k>cal Inlor- view. Willing to educato a highly motivated indivkiual (or a ro- warding career in financial servlcos. Call 330-926-4862 forinton/lew. Davio & Clommons Yard Salos Clommons Insido Yard Snto, Sat, Doc e, Oom-noon. Clommons Moravian Churclv 3560 Spangonburg Avonuo. All holiday itoms IrKluding ornamonls, lights and docorations. LowlsvDle largo Indooi moving BAlo, 451 Horiiago Dr (across Itom Oaks Shop­ping Contor) Sat, 8am-12pm. Houso (ull ot vory nICQ quality furnituro, glassware, houso­hold Itoms, rugs, rkling mow­er, larnn TV. Cash onlyl No oartyblrdsl Mocksvlllo Liquidating Insido Yard Sale. No roaeon- able odor will bo rolusod. 114 Turkoyfool Road, Doc 6,13 & 20.8am-4pm Mocktvlllo. STAR STOR­AGE WORLD. 1033 Salis- bujy Highway Rl. 601. Sat. 10am-1pm. OVER 5,000 ITEMSI SOMETHING FOR EVERYONEI Christmas Cards. Bounce House, Tow- ablo Ski Tubes, Furnituro, Slot Machino, Dinner Plato Sots, Qasoba'rl Gloves. Pokot Tables, Mossago Tables, Custom-Mado Gun Case, NEW Crossman Air Guns, Rl- llo Scopos, Binoculars. Fish­ing, BBQ anils, 50 Paira ol Wcdors, Luggage, Toys, Hunting sñJFF. EZ Up CanopTos, Military Surplus, Motorcyclo Holmots. Woodspiitti ■ ' 'Air Clators^ . . .Boat Covers, Bicycle Trailers, Arcade VIdoo Games, Camp­ ing Stuff. 20 sets Golf Clubs, 30 GoH Oaga, Tablo & Floot Lamps, Elc. tntlqnes/ColltcUliles • Arts/CrattsAlobliies • lulldlagEi|ul;meat/ Sriwlle* BuilflejsEqrilpfflaiil/ SuppIlM • Call Phonet I Service • Clothes-tdult/Clijldrea • CompulenaSoitwaie • CnnslgaiMnt • Electroalca • Eietclse Equipment • FarmEqBlp./Siippllai •Flowers/Plant! • Food/Produce • Fuei/Wood •FutnltarB/Appllances • Games S Toys • Hunting iFisliIng •Jowairy • U»in& Garden Sales & Service • Maclilnery/Ioois • Medical ^ulpoient •Mltc.Equlp./Supplln • Miscellaneous For Saie • Music Sales/Service • Sporting Ooods • Ticiiats •TV/DVD/Vldeo • IWanttotuy/Metcli. Antiques & C oliectlbies Vanity, ontlque with Ihroo (3) mirrors and drawers. $80. Pioaso call 704-212-7807 or 704-790-6667 lor more Inlo, Doo'b Antiques 362 Interstoto Drive MocksvtUe.NC 27026 336-753-6877 or 704-534-9316 QREAT SALE! Christmas open houso Doc All Itoms reduced 20% or 50%. Bring (n ad and tecoivo on additional 10% ojl already discounted pricel ‘ Arts, C rafts & H obbles VasesKeopsako handmade flowoi vasos lor any occasion. $15. 434-865-9551 Building Equipm ent & Supplies Brand new acrylic kitchen sink In box, doop doublo Al­mond sink. 704-630-9595 $125.00 C lothes A dult & C hildren Block (ligM coat.Fur lined hood. Size 3x. Good condition. $25. 704-638-9983 boforo 6pm. C öm puters & Softw are COMPAQ UPTOP good condition wouki bo groat (or a X-mas present 704-637- 3379 call Roso $125.00 Fuel & W ood Qas or wood (trepiaco with logs. Novor used. 46‘ x 22* x 33". $400. 336-753-1408 01 330-655-3201 Wanted. Firewood delivered to us In Mocksvilk). All hardwood upto24*. Call33e-9g6i-4922 Furniture & A ppliances DInlnfl Room Tablo Solid oak claw foot, wilh 6 chairs. Good condilton. $226 704- 279-6309 Dining tabia.and chaira (or salo. Round table with 4 chairs, 1 toat, good condilton. $400.704-038-3452 Frooier, OE ie сиЫо flvoiy good condition. 336-098-7225 UV1NQROOM8QFAwith 2 g 704-бМ-4Э10 $125,00 New Clearwater Г oval D/R eel w/lnsert, Cherry, 4 fabric side chairs, 2 fabric arm chairs, matching 9'x9‘ hutch w/wino rock. $2,800. 336- 753-1408 or 336-655-3201 Sofa аНИ In plaade. Must soil, $225 with delivery. Pleaso call Loon 81336-392-3349 ■Machine & Tools Sears Radial Arm Saw $200.00. Drill Press $175.00 call tor moro Inlormatton 704-239-0174 Misc. F.qulpment ^^__Ji_Sugglle8^ Round Granite Discs about 5* size (about 3 dozen). Good for odging, etc. $0.00 704-B36-9D9S M ise For Saie Adult Diapers.Size medium. Novor opened. $5 por pack. Pleose call 704-638-9370 Artificial Christmas Tree 7llprolitQreon.Excolloni Condition. $50. 704-638-9370 Bar stools for «alo. Oak 30*Bar Stools, Swivel. All for $150.00.Call 704-938-3452 Benches, wood, backless, 3-7 ft. long, 15> Inches high. $5-$l5 each. 704-633-7886 leave message. Christmas DecorationPlastic 3 fl Afrk:an Amorlcon Santa. $20. Good condition, 704-636-5983 before 8pm. Y o u rp k is someone’s treasure— sell il lasl with Davie-Clemmons CLASSIFIEDS 1-877- 751-2120 M ise For Sale Christmas tree, 7 (oot with while lights on it. $50. Round kitchen tablo w/4 chairs, $75. Pioaso call 704-636-5271 Compact Vacuum Cleoner by Oreck XL. Groat Christ­mas gttt. Like now. $55. 704-633-8360 Consoto TV, 27" by RCA. $75. Two low bars, $100 oach. Reoso Hitch w/ 2’ ball, $20. Two base platos, $100 oach. 704-630-6366 Deadbolt Locks. Decorativo; singlo key onlry; quality now deadbolts; Namo brands 704- 857-2684 $25.00 Honda, 2008 Rancher 350 4 whoolor. $2.650.2008 6 1/2 X12 single axle Hurst Trallor w/ramp. $f,000. 704-902-5130 or 336-414- 4759 Lattice. New and troatod. ^ Inch thick 4x8 shoots. 30 ploces,(704)-433-7949 $12.00 LawnmowerJohn Doore riding lawnmowor (or salo. 8 hp, pull start, runs good. (704)636-7516$200.00 Pak N* Play Infant awing. Graco Pak N' Play, Infant Swing $55. Call 704-938-3452 Sega Oeneals (16 bit gamo system) with 4 controltors and 7 games, $40. Ptoaso call 704-279-5827 Speakers2 t2in. Sony Exptod woolors In box with amp, All wires In­cludod. 704-630-76ie$250. StOel Bulkllnoa Super Dis­ counts Complete: Foundation, Pennil Plans. Can erect.Source •793-1183 TIret. 4 Tiros P265/70R17. Standard toad range- Less than 20,000 miles. $150. 336-492-2256 Toddler table/chair aet. Like new pink Cinderolta table and two chairs. $50, Call 704-038-3462 Utilliy Trailer 6x12.Single axki noods now wood. $400.336-413-3707 Wood/coal aiove, Hoalrola. Cablnol styto. $75. French maM partor stove. $50. Both for$lOO, 704-633-1530 XBox 360,Guitar НогоЗ,2 guitars and moro. $300 forali. Сап 704-273-0618 iViusic Sales & S ervice Vonuhn YPP50 Ko/ljonid Wilh full sizod wolghtoO koya. 8 sounds. 704-630-9595 $425.00 W ant to Buy M erchandise Timber Wanlod: Pino or Hcrif- wood. 10 flcfos or tnoro. Se- loct and cloar cut. Siiovor Wood Products, Inc. 704-270- QZOI.Nloht 704-278^433 • Birds • CaU •Dogs • Horses • U«estoci( • Oilier Pels • Pet&Uvesleck Seivlces C ats Cat. Female lap cat вра/od, has had rablos shots, noods 704-ng homo. ;-2t0-8062 Kittens. Froe klltena to good horno only, 7-8 wks old, groy & whito. Llltor box trolnod. Call 704-431-4212 Ktttona. Freo to good home, 8 wks old. .4 black fomalos. Litter trained. Vory swoot / playful 704-637-1590 Two kittens, free, vory (fiondiviCall 704.633.4757.Loavo message. DogiIS Dogi: Pembroka Welsli Corgis. 4 girls 1 boy. Bom October 14**. Ploase call 704-279-3355 (or more Info & pteturoa. Found 2 Black dogs o(( o( Rod Acros Road. Nood homos and room to run, Pioaso call 704-637-5757. Free PupploB Hal( Boxer, half Black Lab pupplos and moUior too. Froo to good homo. 704-224-1560 time for Chrlstmasi AKCrogistorod, malo and tomalo, llrst shots given, both paronts on oKo. $800 llrm. For serious buyors only, pioaso cnll 336-407-4122 IS Mlxod Boxer Puppies froo to a good homo.For moro Information call 704-637-0654 Pupplos In Mockaviile. Froo lo good homo, 8 wks old. short Italrod mixed brood. 336-492-2180 Horses Horaoshoelng alnco 1971, all types. Joe Wages 336-682-7950 Livestock RooBlera. Two tree roost­er», they woro hatched in Ju­ ly. You wouW nood to como & get them, 704-633-9453 •luslness Opportunities • legal Kollcts • Free Ads • Instruclloo • losK Found • Monumenl/tmeteiy lots • Notices • Special Occasions • T^vel Opportunities B usiness O pportunities ALL CASH CANDY Routo. Oo You Enm Up lo SBOO/doy (potential)? Your ovi/n local route. 30 Machines nnd Can­dy. All for $9,995. 1-888-753- 3458, MultiVond, LLC M Free Stuff 1 Boxer dog & friend. Must keep together. 5 Long halrod spayodiat femalo cots. 704- 639-1985 or 960-234-5680 Chickens. Freo. You como to my homo lo catch. Mature and youngor chkikons. Call 704-270-0t07 FREE 10 gallon fluh lankwith fan (ail gokllish. Must pick upt Pioaso call 704-279- 9392, loavo mossago. Freo consofo Curtía Mathis television. You need to pick up. It works & In good condi­tion, 704-278-9355 FREE dog. Shih Tzu/Poodio mix, 2 yoara old. Housobro- ken. Also, pupptos froo to good home, 704-202-7632 Teddy Boar HomsterFroo wilh cage. Vory swoot, would make a groat Christmas presenti 704-433-8490 Homes (or Sale Notices OAVIE PREONANOY CARE Conior olfors conridonllal nnd Iroo prognnncy toBio, support Bon/tco9 and rotorrols. Mako a hodiifiy choico for your lifol CdII 336-753 HOPE for appt. DONATE YOUR VEHICLE- Receive $1000 Grocery Coupon - United Breast Can- cor Foundatkjn- Froo Mam­mograms, Breast Cancor Inlo: www.ubcf.lnfo. Freo Towing, Tax Doductiblo, Non-Runners Accepted, 1-860-468-5964. FREE CAMPING A GASOotawayl Doautilul Phvnlo Campground In North Caroli­na. Modem AmonUloa, Planned Activities. FAMILY FUN! Call 800-790-1399 lor details • lusloessOpiioituiHlei • Condes/rownlMnws • Home Builders • Homes lef Sale • Invejtment Preperty • LatePropeity • Land lor Sale •lols tor Sale • ManulactutedHoma Dealers • Manulaclured Home Sales • Manulaclured Noma lols (or Sale • Manulaclured Home Senice & RepaIn • Mortgage Services/ loans • Rea) Eslale Seivlces • RealEsltti-ComNKlil • Desert IVicalion Property •Wanted! Real EsUte Homes (or Sale 3BR, 1.5BA. houso. Carpon. new paint and сафо(. 1175 sq It. $02.000. Call for Infor- malioii. 336-9090445. Bad ciodlt OK, lOO^i Financ­ing 155 Camden Ct. 3BR/2BA, Shady Qrovo School, 1260 sf, built 1997, 1 ac cul-do-aac fenced lot. $ 139,900, $0 dwn, $1070/mo. Kim-Owner 071-0031 Homes, Government fund­ing avattablo (ur all homo buyors who own land or have famiiy land. $0 down, oasy financing. Call 336-348- 6347. .......................^ilfClydo Hall Enterprises, Inc. THE MADISON Our Most Popular Capo Cod Design. Built on your lot. $114,900. For moro Information, ploaso call us lodayl 704-746-4492 Instruction ATTEND COLLEGE ONÜNEfrom homo, Modlcai, Busi­ness, Paralogal, Compulors, Criminal Justice. Job placo- mont assislanco. Computer available. Financial aid II qualitiod. Call 866-858-2121, www.CenturaOnlino.com Crochol cfaasea starling soon. 3 types of classes; 1 for boglnners, a class for pattern (oadino/rovlow and cro­cheted animals and dolls. Loam how to sow them to­gether. Classes ara $5 for 45 minutes. For more Infomialton cal) 336-284-2500 after 2pm. LEARN TO OPERATE aCrano or Bull Oozor. Hoavy Equipment Training. National Coriiflcalion. Financial & Placement Assistance. Geor­gia School of Construction. www.Hoavy5.com. Use code ■NCCNH' 1-888-218-4460 Lost & Found Found at comer of 1" St &South Yadkin Avo on Nov 25, largo Item' in black case. Call lo doscribo 704-633 9368 Found Femato boxer on Goodman Lake Road Novom- bor 29”', Pioaso call to Identi­ty. 704-431-4407 Found malo cream lob mix. Main St. Mocksvillo area, Nov. 25. Call to descnbo. 336-692-65B2/336-7530590 Land for Sale 1 ACRE STEAL. 1 ac river access lor only $29,900. It's a steal at under $200 por monih. River, pool. balKieids, great schools and moro. A famil/s droam. Call nowl 877-289-2040, 55 Acre Farm Davi County. 4BR/2BA houso, pond, wired garage/workshop & more $650K. 336-998-5387 Acreaga, 32^wooded Plua2 cleared buikfing sites, 2.4- 3.0 acres rural sottlnofroad frontage. 336-492-2144 LAND BARGAINS In NC Mountains, Priced to Sell. Spoctaailar views, upscale clubhouse, much morol Buy now and savel Call now 677- MTN-LAND or ultimacaroll- na.com lUlanufactured H om e Sales 4BR, 2BA Now Homo. 5 Yoar Warranty, Choap, Cheap. Won’t Last Long, 886-203-6128 Builder ha8 4HomoaIn this area.Will Finance. ChoapI f Como. 704-630-6400 Builder Overatocked.3 and 4 Bodrooms. Now Accepting Bids. 704-6300149 M anufactured H om e Sales Davio Coumy Realdonta,3 BR homo roady to movo In. Cheap Payments. 868-203-0120 Divorce Salo3BR, hugo living eroa Mrllh porch for a big lamily on land. 880-203-6126 Forocloaure Salai 3DR, 2BA. Accepting Bids. 704-030-0149 Limited Federal Funds AvaU- abto (or homea. 0 Down, low payment, no closing costo II you own land. 704-630-6400 Mocksvlllo, Owner will fi­nance. 2DR, 2DA, $525^mo. All appliances, Convonkint to 1-40. Cöll33e-345-3507 Real Estate C om m ercial CONVENIENCE STORE 50 yoars established convenience storo, cor tot and ronlal homo lor sale. Fuit lino ol convenlonco grocertos, bait ond tacklo and gas. New inground tanks, Call for moro dotalls. 704-638-0749. Resort & Vacation Property Grandfather Mt. Aroa, (orsale timo share ft Banner Elk, NC. sloops 4. low malntonanco toos. Must soli due lo heallh. Best olfor. 3^ wkin Sopt. 336-998-2900 W anted: Reai Estate Rool Estate - Wo will buy your houso today. All cash, rasi sottlomont. Any condì- (ion. Home Real Eatate, (336)722-1122 • AptrtiMiito • CoadoV Towniiouses • Houses tor Rent • Uiie Property Rental • UndlorRenI • OHIce S Commercial Rental • Pasture land lor RenI • Manulaclured Home lols • Manulaclured Homes lor Rent •Resort! Vacation Realalf • RWfWMtt Wintii) •Rooms lor Real •Slixato • Wanted lo Rent Apartm ents Mocksvlllo Sunsot Terrace Apartments. 1 & 2 BR. Hall otf/firsi month frool All appls, HVAC. 336-751-0166 Mocksvillo. downtown. Largo 1DR apt. $375/mo, Dop. & application required. Nopote,704-27e-17n A partm ents fAockavme. 1DR, toe nr Wm R Davio Sch & Fire Dopt, $400/mo + reift. Cable paid by landtord. 336-492-5531 or 336-945-2436 Ivmsg. Houses tor Rent Century 21 Triad 336-7S1-0067 4021 WhfrtawnyCLUnll F*Tonglewood Farm 1 DR. 1 BA condo. Allap- & dryer. $575/mo. 350McCultough Rd., Mocksvilto3/4BR. IBA. 5675/mo. 5020-H Thoroughbred Ln. Upper level. 2BR, 2BA condo. Tastefully decorated, lireplace, neighborhood pool, dub- h0U80,all appliancoa Including washer & dryer,1 yr. lease roq. $7(XVmo. 6915 King Charles Ct,. Clemnumt. Two story townhomo. F.Tjshly paint­ed 2 BR, 2 BA Alleppll- ancos Includng wasiior & dryer. 1 yenr lease roq.$675/mo. 5920 King Charles Ct., Clommons. Two story townhomo. Brand now kltchenl Fresh paini and carpet. 2 BR, 2 BA, alt ap- pliancos lnc(udtf>g washer 4 dryer. 1 yoar lease roq.$095/mo. 540 E Loxington Rond, Mockavttto. 2BR,2BA, in and Don. $50Ck^mo. 5540 E Loxington Rd., Mockovlllo. 3 BR,2 ПА, Oil heat. $375/mo. 155 Tutterow Road. Mockaviile. 5 OR,4\iBA. Ovor 4,000 SF With base­ment. All appliancoa in­cluding washer & dryor. $1,30(Vmo. 250 Ken Dwiggins, Mocksvlllo. 4BR.2BA. Greal Location, $750/mo. 1Э7&139Швг11пдОг., MocksvlllB 2BR,2BA townhomos. Brand now wilh garage. $775/mo. ea. BMC Business Park- Commercial Spaces flvail- abto on tho comor ol Hwy 64 and Dalton Rd. Call Century 21 Triad 336-751-0067, Ext. 213 Mon-Frl 0am-5pm OR 336-751-5555 Ext 213 nights nnd wookonds. Пш ncwîjiifia nrally íctt iiiml. Mvi« eouNTr einaiipiii/íhi^icoitD Houses (or Rent Advanco Farmhouse. 2BR2BA, basomont, D/W, range & rolrigorator. W/D conneo- , $800/mo ♦lions,940-5375 ог330-7вг-6 336- Advanco, 420 Qun Club. 4BR, IBA. heat punWAC, now remodel, 1,450 SF, ap­pls, M ac, no Inskfo pets, $675/mo -f dop 336-998-7003 Root to Own. 3 DR. 2 H BA townhouse. garage. 2092 eq n. across trom gott соигм, lake in beck. S8.000 down. S1,000 month. 704-6304)605 Cooleemee.2DR.1 BA houso (or rent cottage, $475/mo.Pioaso cal 704-798-7417 Cooteemee. Wostvlow Avp. 2ЛВА. 2BA. Attached car­port, srnalt basement, & stor­ago buitoing. $600/month plus deposit. 336-492-6264 or 336-782-2706 Davle Counly oil 198.3QR, 2.5BA, 2600 SF, $1200 per mo. I* mo Vi price + dop. SmaypotsOK. 336-998-3465 Davle County Rental Prop­erty Avaitabk) For (n(orma* tion. pioaso cal Century 21 Triad nt 336-751 -0067 or vis- nnvir County H*. Pr(i|i(?ity Av.m.itror tniormatton. call Century 21 Tri 330-751-0067 or visit ERA Premier Reafty Jackie Coulston 336-753-e777of 336-761-2059 MOCKSVILLE-Puddmo Ridge 4BR.3HBAbrf6i homo. Goll course com­munity. Ront or possible toaso purchase. $150(ynv>nlh. MOCKSVIUE-Updated cottage. 3BR, IBA, porch, garage & storago.$70(ymonlh CLEMMONS-3BR.2I4BA Approx. 2,000 sq. ft., bonus room, fenced barn­yard, garago. $135tymo. ADVANCE-Spodoua new homo with hardwoods. 3- 4BR, 2BA. 4* BR or bonus room, gas tog (ire garage. $12 ADVANCC >2DR, IBA with haniwoods, dining area basenwnt & garage. $750/month ADVANCE-3BR,2BA tri* tovel with deck, garage & wired outbuikKng. $050/ month. Avail. December ERA Premier Reafty Jackie Coulston 338-753-6777 or 33»-751.2095 Garden Valley. Ront with op­tion to buy. 3BR, 2 full BA, 2 car garage w/ separate stor- ago aroa, Flroplaco w/ gas logs, hardwood iloora, bonus room, private dock.-Now heat pumps for main fevel and up­per tovol. $95(Vmo. Please call 336-940-7277 Cefebrate first C h r is b t t a s i Photos v/lll publish on Christmas Day. Share your new addition with your fainlly & friends, near & far for: ■ only $10 for full color picture block! O A V l. c^n t y . E N T G R P R I/^ E C O R D C O U F t & T Deadline for photos; Thursday, December 18 ■ fax: TQil-eso-OlS? ■ email; classads@sallsburyposl.com ■ cali; Ciasslilods at 704-797-4220 (viswdamhi ■ drop oil or mall' Salisbury Post PO Box 4639,131 W. Innes St., Salisbury, NO 28145 Baby's Name:__ Date of Birth: __ Parent's Namo: _ Contact Name: _ Contact Number:. Message: ______ DAVIE-CLEMMONS DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 - D7 Call Monday-Friday 8 AM-5 PM TOLL FREE 1-877-751-2120 FAX: 704-630-0157 EtHAIL: CLASSADS@SALISBUnYPOST.COM Run 3 Weeks Get 4th Week FREEÎ REACH OVER 29,000 READERS EVERY WEEK! APS PICTURE ADS ffiS 'p rn d a In c lu d e T iro 'S y o u F a u M o u s e o r RUN IT OR pet ad and run it for 4 weeks for only $10 Unliniiited Words $5.00 a Weeic BARBARA • CHARLA Houses (or Rent Lflko Myers. NovotT\bor 3rd to April 3rd • Spacious 1 bed­room, 1 bath furnished lake front vill.1 for ront. Cable and Water Irxiludod. MotoroO Eloclrlc. $500.00 por month ♦ Eloctrto. Must bo abto to pass a cftrriinal background chock. First and last montl^s rorit due Immediately. To set up an o(> pomtment to view or for moro Info call330-469-53/8. Mockavlllo! 2BR/2BA. nowcarpot. prrvnto tot. good loca­ tion. slovo. rofngorntor. W/D $5G0/monlh ♦ deposit, 336-9090864 PENNINGTON & CO. 336-996-9400 336-9094)747 Germanton Rood - HWY 6, WInston-Salem - Duplox 2BR. IBA. $625/monlh. $62S/doposi. Includos yard work and water. 336-996-9400 option 2 Sunnydell Lano- Mock8villo-3DR.2QA. Fenced backyard. $650/month. $850 dopobt. 336-998-9400 option 4 Parker Road, Mockavlllo-3BR. 2BA. $d0a’month, $800 deposit. 336-996-9400 option 5 Oenaon Street - 2 BR. tBA, S60(Vmonth 4 $600 doposit, 336-996-9400 option 7 Mr. Landtord/Owner - 3-4BR Rontals- Do you havo ono ompty? Cnll us. wo havo quahflod applicants Condos & Townhomosnvailat>io soon. Can Janlco for rrx>ro informatkin. 330-009-0747 Commercial Propenioa' Businesses lor toase or sato. Call Janlco f^Danlol 336-909-0747 Pennington A Co. эзб-одо-моо336-9094)747 Houses tor Rent Bormutta Run Counlry Club 3DH. 2.5QA. mi.. 2.000.SF. 1, Ъко/gotl view. •0695 corner unit,$ 1800/mo, 704-1 Mocksvlllo. 179 Aubrey Mor- roll Rd 2BR. tBA. Convo- ntoni location to Sells., Ctom- mons, & Lexington. Central air, heat, dist\wBSl>or. sec. sys. Whole houso wired audto sys. Detached garago w/dn- Ishod bath A offico. Pots OK, Sec. Dop. required. $900/mo. 330-998-2150/ 330-909-5894 Mocksville. 2DR, IDA. Rovl- taii/od cottayo. prívalo back yard. Living room, kilclwn. Compiotoly romodolod Flock­ing chair (ront porch, scroonod-in back porcfi. New eloctric. plumbing, windows, doors, kitchon. bath, patnl In­sido and out. Rango, ro(rigor- ator, (teal & oir. Can bo busi­ness or rosidontlat. Zoned; Town Contor. 336-753 8357 Near Davle Hospllal. Newly tomodolod 3BR, IDA. Heat pump, stove, (ridgo. outbuild­ ing. ntee yard. $850/то. * do- posit. Roforencos, 336-751- 4700 or 330-610-1200 TWINBROOK* Immaculate 3BR. 1.5 BA brick ranch. New carpot i paint. Approx. 1600 fiq tt. S9Q0/mo. > $900 soc. dop. No pots. lYr laaso ro­quirod. Call Mary Hondrlcks О 336-940-7077 Í Winston Salem, olt Country Club Rd. 3BH, 21ША, sun- room, kitchen, flroplaco, 2Saragos, $90(Vmo. 30-765-4567 onice & Commercial Rental BCM Business Park, For sale or lease, 9,000 sq. ft. huldtng, t500 to 4500 bq II units. Commercial lots (or salo or will buikl to suit ten­ant. 336-996-3165 IVianufactured Hom e for Rent 30n mobile horn* on ono ЯСГ8 prlvnio lol. $400 por morth. ОоровП roquirod. Coil 330-998-2772 Advance. Nice secluded mobile homo on beautiful woodod tot. 2BR. 20A, car­port. storago buiWing,W/D. (oncod In back yard. $650'mo. 336-972-3619 Davio County Farmington area. 20R/tBAcotlagQlntho country. Lease & deposit re­quired. 336-575-2101 Mocksvilk). Must Soot Privalo soltingt 2Dn/2DA, all nppliancos, central iioal A nir, dock, & garago. No smoking. No pots. $6Q0/mo. plua deposit. 330-998-3030. Mocksvlile. 2BR. IBA. Pri­vato woodod lot. No Insido pots. Water includod. Rolor- oncos a must. $400/month plus deposit. 336-264-2268 Mocksvlile. Ready Now 2 BR brick houso, lumished, also otoclrc, $550/ mo. 2BR. 1 OA mobile homo, privato lot. 704-267-5581 Mocksville. Rent lo ovm. 2ВП. IBA. Next to horso (arm and pastwros. $450/mo. 336-3-15-3567 Mockaville/Fork Community 3BR, 2BA doublewlde,1700sq.ll., now Inminato A linotourn (too.ing In kitchon A baths, new root, now Trano hoat pump, romodotod both bathrooms w/ new tubs, sinks A toilets, new stovo/ro(rlg. Occupants lo furnish washer/ dryer. Property Is kjcated on a full ac tot In quiet neighbor­hood. $300 security deposit I $500 mo rent, no utihtlos Includod. NO HUO ACCEPT­ED! Ghana Hillon Proporiios, LLC (336) 996-6967 R oom m ate W anted Courtney. Unk^ue (arm kving Halt l\ouso turn,, w/ phvnio bath Shared kitchon. Also, Indopendont artist studio. Avail. Jan.'09.330-463-5583 • Aolos • Airiatlon • Boats/Watarcrall • ColletlM Cars • Commercial TIansiiortatlon •Molorcycles/ATVs • RecieallonalVeiilcles • Rentals a leasing • Sorvice/Parls/ Accessories •Transportation Dealerships • Tmnsportallon Financing •Trotks/SUVs/Vans • WantloBuy/rtans Autos JUST IN TIME FOH CHniSTMASIJoop, 1994, WranglorSa- harn Ed.. 4x4, 6-cyl, 5 spood. new ciutch. PS, AC, ST. New 33 in Tiros, Tan, Gioat Condilion w/ al- rr>03t new ongino. 704-Q40-68Q2 SCOOQ MUST SELL-QREAT CONDITION Acura, 2002, RSX. Located In Loxing ton. Axis 17 whools Pioaso caU 330-7B7-4821 Classifieds work fast! Autos MONDA, 2001, ACCORDEX. $0 down, will holp (i- nanco. Credit, No Problemi Privato party gaio.Cali 704-871-2223 T ru c io , SUVs & Vans 2006.VNOSO. 70001b GVWn, Dam Doors. w/Ramp, Sido Door, Full Sparo, Hilch ovailablo. $3.C00 ODO. 330-313-0328 Chevrolet, 1946, pickup. $1,000, Dodge, 1949, pfekup, $1,500. Chovrolol, 1953, coupo. $1,500.336-009-3877 Dodge. 1690 Dakota. Club cab. Noods minor repair. $1.200 obo. Ploasocall 330-909-2092 Trucks, SUVs & Vans Land Rover, 1999 Discovery sn II, Groat Off-Road. Exc. cond.. loadod. Black w/gray int.. tOßK'mi, 70Л-гю-6002, 50,500 obo A uctions AUCTION - Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia. WatorfronI real estate -19 Prime lots, Board- vlow Eslatos, 3 soli at Abso­lute Auction; Now waterfront townhouso In Tho Cottages at Contentmont Island; 2 Now waterfront cortdos, Bridgewa­ter Bay; 2 corrvnordal tracts with Improvements, Routo 40 at Routo 600 In Ponlxxjk. This la a primo opportunity to buy Smith Mountain Lako real estate at your prico. Boyd Temple, Woliz A Assoctatos, Inc. (VA»321) 800-551-3566 orwww.woliz.com AUCTION- Thursday, Do- combor 11. Noon. 29t/-acros. divided with homo-roconi im- provomonls. 3422 Mt.Pisoah Church Road, Broadway. Harnott Counly. NC. Johnson Proportlos, 919-639-2231 or |ohnsonpropoftios.com. NCAL#7340. HOME IMPROVEMENT AUCTION • Salurday, Doc, 13 at 10 a m., 201 8. Contrai Avo, Locust, NC. Granito Tops, Cabinot Sels, Doors. Carpel. Tile. Hardwood. Bath Vanities, Composite Docking, Lighting, Namo Brand Toct". NC Bütos lax oppllos. classlcauclion9.com. 704 607-1449, NCAF5479 OCEANFRONT REAL ES­ TATE AUCTION - 519 W.Beach Drtvo. Oak Island, NC 26465. Salurday, December 13, ai 12 Noon, For Terms A Conditions, Call Scolt Harris, 019-496-4077, NCAL N8420 or Jorry Hants, 919-545- 4637, NCAL «4757. Jonyhar- il&auctlon.com 10% Buyofs Premium. Firm »8086. A uctions Rowan Auction Co. Profos- oiorval Auction Sor/icos; Salisbury. NC 704-633-0609 Kip Jonrilngs NCAL 6340 Financial S ervices Financial S ervices WORKINO CAPITAL avoAlbW wthinnOarfuncIng com Classifieds 1-877-751-2120 “We can erase your bad credit — 100% guaranteed” Ttie Federal Trade Commission says any credit repair company that claims to be able to legally remove accurate and timely Infor­ mation from your credit report is lying. There's no easy fix for bad credit. It takes time and a con­ scious effort to pay your debts. Learn about managing credit and debt atftc.gov/credlt. A message from. The Salisbury Post and the FTC. C hild C are & N ursery Schools Looking for a dependable baby-sitter? Loving mother ol four will watch children In my homo. Boforo and alter- acnool caro available. Pioaso call 336-996-1740. Classifieds Get ResuitsI Hom e Im provem ent. G rading & H auling Dump truck, loador, skid stoor nnd tractor work. Dnvo- way stono. demo, dobris and trash fomoval. 336-284-4373 H om e im provem ent Lawton's iiom« Improvomonla WiTKtovte. doora, 'vinyf »dii'U. brlclt. block work, loo BJd<ng, har(>*vood flooring Froo eall- rTVilos. OMrior Andy Lawson Call a36-402-54l0 or 336- 00Q-QC05 Need your gutters cleaned?Or any other homo Improvoment or ropolr. Call your locDl homo pros NCHomepros Qrlan ShQv^ ond Justin Millor (froo os\lma\os, allordablo pricing, quality workmanship, roliablo) 336-402-6889 or 336-231 -1239 Soniors: 10% discount Law n M aint. & Landscaping Denny'S Lawn Service:Corripieio lawn sorvleo from ono source. Mowing, plug­ging, seeding, fertilizing, landscaping, pine needles. muk:h. Stato certified (or spraying and inaurod. Trac­tor work II needed. Thirty years experienc«. Ploase call 330-990-3675 or 336- 399-7003 tor estimato. . M asonry Masonry Worti, Srlck or Oiock, foundeticos, даглдоо. cNmneyi. porch- ee. eiop*. «tc. Ouiit rwwor ropatrod. Over 33 years expottofico, ír*ií«l, rea- •ortoblo rafoe. Froe Ettt- metM. 330-4624550 or 336-996-4765 M iscellaneous S ervices Larry'S Auto Detailing*Complelo hand detailing ser­vice. Cal lor ap^nimenl. 336-764-8650. Reforencea availablo upon request. Neod your house cleaned for the holidays? Neod to finish last minute Christmas without ihokWs? Call Joy al 330-940- 3115 to help. Rolerences availablo. Tree S ervice Canopy Tree Service, Pro­ fessional Service at reason- abio ratos. Fully insured. Call for tree estimalos. Roler- encos availabto. Also, fire­wood lof sale. 336-990-4374 тем Qualify Tree Care A Land Malntenanco. Haz­ardous removals, pining A proservatoln, storm damage cien-up, grading, hauling, clearing, stump removal, landscaping. Thomas Martin. Insured. Coll; 336-407-7634. homo; 336-859-9611 TImbor Wapted, 2 acres or moro ctoar or select, srruil or largo tiacts, commlsftlon ter timor bough on relerrals, bost prtcas guaranteod.H A M Logging, 336-468- 6576 D8 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursdny, Dcc. 4,2008 Davie Dateline Fundraisers Thursdayt Dec. 4 Beneflt Lunch, for Wdrrcn “Zip" joncsdoublelungtransplnnt, 11 u.m.- 1 p.m., hamburgers, chill, hoi dogs. Donndons only nt Mocksvilic Policc Dept. Sponsored by Mocksvilic Po­ lice Dept, & Dnvie Sheriffs Dept. Ongoing , Smith Grove UM C Couniry Breakrost, 3rd SnlurJny cuch month, 6:30-9:30 n.m. Cootc«mecCivttansDBQChlckcn, 3rd Fri, of each montli, nt Cool­ eemee Civltnn Bldg., Cooleemee, Serving 1/2 chicken, BBQ slnw, bnked bcuns, roll & pound cnke, $7 per plnte,Rc.iervc your plnte, sign up nt Cooleemee Hnidwnrc or cnll 284- 2196 or 2B4-2030, Will deliver or­ der of five (5) or mote. Proceeds to help pny for Cooleemee Civltnn Comm, Bldg, Poor Man’ Supper, nl Hurdison UMC, 1st ’niursdny ench month, 6 pm„ 1630 .Icricho Church Rd., Mocksville. Religion Thurs.-Sat., Dec. 4-6 Godspell, musicnl nl Hillsdnle UMC bused on OospcJ uecording to St. Mutlhcw ond originnlly on Broad- wny in 1971, will bo presented In dinner thctttrc fonnnt - dinner 6:'IS p.ia, show nt 7 p.m. Adults; $20, Sludenl!!/Srs. $15. children $8. For rescrvntl'ons; 998-4020, Sunday, Dec. 7 The Mystery of (he Mnngcr, H’,< Ihc Gospel Truth, community Chrislmns production, 5 p,m,, Hillsdale Bapl, Church, Cnll 336- 998-0374or336-940-3789forques- tions. Ongoing A fter School Program , al Comatzer UMC, serving Comnlzcr Elementary School, ages 5-12 years. Cnll 998-0687 for Info. H 20 (Ills to Own), new ministry nt Jerusalem Bapt. Church, 3203 US 601 S„ Mocksvillo. On Wednesdays ot 7 p.m. for 18-29 year olds who are collegc, single, or mntTlcd. Wc cover topics perti­ nent & Inlcrcsling to this ngc group. Griefshare, Snt. mornings 9:30 a.m .,' Cornerstone Christian Church, fee will be charged lo covcr mntcrlals for J3 weekseminnr. Cnll 998-0600 for more Info, Financial Peace University, 13 week scries starts Sept, 9, at Hillsdale Bapt, Church, 7 p.m. Open lo public, Cnll 940-6618 for Info nnd preview sessions info. AW ANA & Youth Program, nt Ijnmes Bnpl, Church, each Sun, evening 5:45-7:30 p.m,, uges four through sixth grade. Info; 492- 6434,. “Journey lo Ihc Well”, 12 lessons journey, Hnnnnh's Ministry women’s group, every 2nd Snt. cnc month, beginning Oct, 11, nl 11 a,m„ Fairneld Bnpt, Church, 164 ■ Excnlibur Ln„ Mocksvillo, A Woman’s Discussion Class, Women Opening the World. Our, Father in Henven ,„ Teach As To Prny eoch Tues, 10:30-11:30 n,m, at Jericho Church of Christ, All women invited, Cnll 492-5711 or 492-5291 forlnfo. Bible Study, birth, life, denth, res- u.rrection of Jesus, ench Wed. 6:30 p.m.. New Life Minlslrjj, 229 M ill­ ing Rd. No charge, everyone wel­ come. Info: 704-642-0512. Jcrlchio Women’s Bible Study, ull mnterials provided nt no cost, meets every Tues, morning 10:30 a.m. al Jericho Church of Christ. Ques­ tion: 416-1036 or 704-798-2038. Women’s BIWeStudy,evcry Wed, 5-6 p,m„ in a home near Milling Roud area. All women welcome. Info: 751-5229, Women’s Bible Study, focusing on Biblical women from fcmnle . perspective nnd Africun Americnn, Lnlino, and Americnn women, 2nd Sut. of eucli month ut Puirncld Bnpl. Church, 164 Excalibur Lune (off U,S, 601 S,). Info: 940-5149, Cornatzer Coffeehouse, 3rd Sun. of cuch month, 7 p.m. ul Corrinlzcr UMC. Women’s Study Group, Phase 2, on Biblical women, presented by Hnnnnh’s Ministries. Free & held every sccond Snt. of cuch month, 10-11 n.m. All welcomc. Info: 940- 5149. CareNet Counseling Centers, at First Baptist Church, 390 N. Main St., • Mocksville. Offers intet-dc- nomlnulionnl counseling. Academi­ cally Iruincd, certified counselors & mcniul health professionals. Info. .& appt, 751-2041, Preschool/Parents Morning Out, Bethlehem United Melh, Time: 9 n,m,-noon. Ages I & 2 - M,W orT, Th, Age 3 - M,T, Th. Age 4 & Pre- K - three or four dnys per week. Cnll 998-6820. Preschool, ut Cenier United Mcih. Church, 2 dnys per week or 4'days per week (4 yr. old class); 2 days per week (3 yr, old class); 2 days per week (2 yr, old cinss) 8:30- 11:30 n.m. Phone 940-3753, Awana & Bible Study, Wednes­ days at 7 p.m., Hope Baptist Taber­ nacle. Soedal Events Saturday, Dec, 6 Bookslgning, by Dim Biurett, au­ thor of A Million Steps: My Walk ‘Across from NC, nl Davlc Library, 10 u.m. lil noon, in Iho conference room. Sunday, Dec. 7 Old Time Cooleemee Christmas, Zachary House, Old 14 Church Street, E x e r c is e Y o u r B r a i n . Studies show that reading keeps the mind sharp. Give your brain a boost, Subscribe to the newspaper and expand your mind with a world of information. D A V IO C O U N T Y E N T E R P m /i^ E C O R D 171 s. Main St. Mocl<sville 336-751-2120 Cooleemee, 2-4 p.m. Sunin arrives 2 p.m., refreshments, fellowship and Chrislmns songs. Sponsored by Town of Cooleemee. Fudge conlesi entries call 284-4207 or 284-6040. Mon. & Tues., Dec. 8 & 9 Fourth Annual Madrigal Dinner, at First Methodist Family Life Ctr., N. Main Street, Moeksvlile. Feslivi- lies begin each night 6 p.m.. Cost of dinner & enlertninmcnl $20/ndulls und$15forchildren lOnndunder. Thursday, Dec. 11 Class of ‘76 Ciiristmas Party, nl Sugebrpsh, Mocksville, 7 p.m., bring wrapped $ 10 gift suitnble for man or womnn. Cnll 336-972-2755 or 751- 2237. Ongoing Live Music & Dancing, every Sol. nighl bluegmss, ut Shcfneld Music Hall, cnll 492-7417 for info. CofTec House, 3rd Sun. cach month, 7 p.m., at Comatzer UMC. Oood coffee, good'fellowship, & good music. Dates to Remember Friday, Dec. 12 . Fifth Annual Carol .Forrest Me­ morial Blond Drive, al Jericho Church of Christ, cnll 998-0800 lo schedule uppt. Walk-in’s also wel­ come. Meetings Ongoing Davlc Beekeepers A.s.soclatloh, scc­ ond Monday of eveiy month, 7 p.m., nl N.C. Coopcmlivc Ext. Office, 180 S. MainSlreet, Mocksvilic. Forlnfo: 998-2975. VFW Po.st4024,7p m.,2ndTucs. each month, VFW Hut, Sunford Avenue, Mocksville. Eligible mem­ bers welcome. Come Cnrly for re­ freshments. For Info coll 492-7521. Trium ph Parenting CInsscs, Wedncsduys, 10:30 n.m., cull for info: 751-5636. Humane Society of Davlc Co., bi- monlhlymeclings2ndTues. of every even-numbered month, al Humnne Society Adoption Cenier, 290 Eaton Rd. Cilll 751-5214 for info. Davie Amateur Radio Club, 1st Tuesday of eoch month, 7 p.m., Davie Co. Hospital Training Room. Public welcome. Diabetes Support Group, cveiy 3rd Tues. of the month, 10:30-11:15 n.m., nt Dnvie Co. Senior Services, 278 Meroney St, Mocksville. Spon­ sored by Heulthy Ciu-ollninns of Dnvie. Questions: 751-8700. Davlc Historical & Genealogical Socicty, 4th Tues., 7 p.m., Dnvle Libnuy. Central Davlc High Class of 1966, Ihird Monday cuch month, ot Shiloh Bnpl. Ciuirch fellowship hull, 6 p.m. Que,stions: 336-692-7104. Mocksvilic Lloas Club, 1st Tliurs- day, 7 p.m., fellowship hnll of St. Frnncis of Assisi, Yndklnville Road, Mocksvilic (bourd meeting contin­ ues I St & 3rd Thurs., 6 p.m.). Al-Anon Fam ily Group, ul Mocedonin Mornvinn Church, N.C. 801 N., Advnnce, Sundnys 8 p.m., Rm. 225 (above fellowshiphall). Al- Anon is n group Ihut helpâ families & friends of alcoholics. CooIecmec'Woniens Civltnn Club, meets 4lh Thurs, pf ench month, 7 p.m. Cooleemee First Bnpt. fellow­ ship hall, 204 Marginal St., Cool­ eemee, All area Indies invited. For further info: 336-284-4795. Stitch-In, a gathering of crnflcrs nl Mocksville Library, sccond Wed. o f cuch month, 7-8:15 p.m. Bring your portable project un oil ybur best lips and U-icks to siiiu-c. Info: 751-2023. Cammunlty Foundation of Diivtc County Board of Directurs, 2nd Mon., 5 p.m. Rotating meeting. For info/monthly location call 753-6903. Mock.svilleGa.rdcn Club, IslTluirs. of ench month, 7 p.m., in former fellowship hall behind First UMC, Mnin Street, Mocksville. NorthDuvicRurltanCliib,monthly dinncrmeetings, sccond Mon. ofencii monlh, 7:30 p.m. Call 782-4276 for info und locution of next meeting. Smart Start of Dnvle County board meeting, 3rd Tués, of every other monlh (begins Jim.) at SunTrust on Yadkinville Rd., 9-10:30 n.m. Ques­ tions: 751-2113. Alzheimer’s Support Group, 2nd Tuesday of coch monlh, 6:30 p.m., nl Autumn Cure, Mocksville. Info: 751 - 3535. Davie Civitan Club meets 4thThurs. of coch nionth, Fcb.-Oct., 7 p.m., ot Hillsdole Bnpl. Church. Hwy. 158. All visitors welcome. NAACP Conmiunlty Awarcnc.si! Meeting, every 4th Mon. of ench month, 7 p.m., atShiloh Bapt. Church. Ccnter ECA Club meets 3rd Tues- dny of ench month, nl Center Comm. Bldg., 7:30 p.m. Plense join us. Disabled American Veterans Post 75 meets on third Mondny of ench month, 7 p.m., nt 1958 Hwy. 601 S. ContuQl Ralph lU 751-5118 formore info. , Town o r Cooleemee Planning Board, meets 3rd Thurs. of eoch monlh ot Cooleemee Town Holl, 7 p.m. Autism Support Group 3rd Mon­ dny of eucii month, 6:30 p.m., nt Hillsdole Bnpl. Church. Advnnce. Duvie County Diabetes Support Group, first Thurs; of every month, 7-8:30 p.m., nl Dnvie Co. hibiic Li­ bnuy Smoll Conference Room. Info: 751-8700. Davie Co, Hospital Auxllary, every .second Tues., in boiud room, 6 p,m. Davie Uusinc.<,s Women’s As.socia- tion, 1st Wed. of ciich mohlli, 12 noon, nl SunTrust Bunk. Spcid<cr of interest nnd entered luiich, co.sl $8. Yenrly membership $35. Contact Colhy Boles753-1006 formore info. Celebrate Rccovciy, weekly sup­ port group for Ihose struggling wilh or In recovery for bnd hubils - such ns stress, depie.sslon, nddiclion, nbusc, etc. Meets TIuirs. 7 p.m. nl Fnrmlng- lon Comm. Center, Fnrmington Rd. Cnll 408-8750 or 813-9921 for more info. DavicCouiilyHonicEmergency Res­ cue Team, 7:30 p.m., downslnirs nt Oie Agriculnmil Building, Mocksville. Ev­ ery 3Kn\iesday each month. For info; 940-2111. Davie Co. Bund Bnoster.s, meets 2nd Tuesday of monlh, 7:30 p.m., Dnvie High BnndRoom. Christian Bu.slncssmen's Connnit- tee of Muck.svIIIc, Thursdnys, 7 n.m. Mocksville Rotiuy Hut. Gold Wing Touring As.sachitlan, Red Pig Bnrbecuc, Greasy Comer, N.C. 801 Ul U.S. 601, 6 p.m. 284- 4799. Davlc County Stamp' Club, 2nd Thurs., Diwic Senior Center, 7 p.m. 751-0611. Cooleemee Recrcatlon /^ociatlon, Znchnry House, 1st Tuesduy, 7 p.m. The Artist Group, Dnvle County Llbmry,7 p.m. loslTucs, Cnll Bonnie at 998-5274. Center Community Development, 3rd Mon., 7 p.m. Community Bldg. Cooleemee 'fown Board, 3rd Tues­ day, Town Hull, 7 p.m. unless other­ wise noted. North Cooleemee and Clark Road Council, 2nd Wednesday, 7 p.m. Friendship Bnplist Fellowship Hall. Moeksvlile AA, closed non-smok­ ing meeting, at St. Frnncis of Assisi Church fellowship hull, 862 Yndklnville Rd., Mocksville. Thursduy, 7 p.m. Info: Jnn 753- 6863. Duvie Domestic Violence Services and Rape Crisis Center. Offers . weekly support group for domestic violence & sexual assault victims.. The groupmcelseveiy Tues. evening from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Please cnll of­ fice for loculion, 751-3450. Sons of.Confederalc Veterans, 1st Mondny, Cooleemee Historical Building, 7 p.m. Mpcksvlllc Rotary Club, Tuesdays, 12:10 p.m., Rotiuy Hul. Farmington Masonic Lodge No. 265, 2nd Monduy, 7:30 p.m. at the lodge. Davie Co, United Way Board of Directors, 4lh Mondny, 5:30 p.m.. Brock Cenlcr Annex, Conf. Room 208. • Duvie Homebullders,4th Thursdny, 7 p.m., Langley's in Mocksville, Town Squure. Dnvie High Atliictic Boosters, 3rd Monday, 7 p.m., school cafeteria. Farmington Ruritan Club, 2nd Thursdny, 7:30 p.m., Formington Methodist cliurch. HELPSMInlstrles,Clirisliona-cov- cry progrum for women scxuully ubused us children. Mondnys, 7:30 p.m., 41 court Squiue, Room 210. Parents Resource Orgnnizatiun (PRO) support group for families of children with disobiiilics, 2nd Tues- doy, 7 p.m. Cnll Roscmoiy Kropfeldcr nt 998-3311 for loculion. Jcrlclio-Hurdlson Rurltim Club, 2nd Tuesday, 7 p.m., club building. Health Dept., clinic hours; Mon.- Fri., 8:30-11:30a.m., l-4:30p.m. Davlc County Board' of Social Ser­ vices, 4th Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. at DSS. Narcotics Anonymous Aguinst All Oddsaroup, First Bapt. Cliurch, 390 N. Main Street (upstairs), Tlwrs. 7 p.m., Sun. 6 p.m. Drug Problem? Helpline, 336-785-7280. , Mocksvllie American Legion Posi 174, VFW Hul, Sunford Ave,, 2nd thursdny, 7 p.m. Mocksvilic Civitan Club, 7 p.m., 2nd & 4lli Moudnys, nt First Presby- Icriun Church. Advuncc Meniurlul Post 8719 Vct- ernns of Foreign Wurs nnd Ludies Auxiliary, 4th Tues,, 7:30 p.m., post home. Feed Mill Rond. Duvie County Right To Life, 7 p.m., 3rd Tlnir.sduy, grund jury room,court­ house. 751-5235 or 492-5723. Cooleemee Memorial VFW Post 1119,2nd, 4th 'Iliurs., 7 p.m., VFW Hnll, N.C. 801. Corinthian Lodge No. 17F&AM, 2nd, 4th Fridays, ■7:30 p.m. at Ihc lodge. MocksvllicLudgeNo. 134,1st Tues- dny> 7:30 p.m. at Ihu lodge. Cooleemee CIvllan's Club Meet­ ing. 1st and 3rd Mon. each month, 7 p.m.. Red Pig, Hwy. 801, Cooleemee. Davie Co. MS Support Group, 2nd Mon. of cuch monlh, 0 p.m., Duvie Co. Hóspilol, ' Recreation For more infonnnlion on uny of the following rcc. events cull 751-2325. Davie Youth Council tdl students grades 9-12, nttcnd N.C. Stole Youth Council event.s, serve community. Cnll Sundrn 751-2325. Good Timers Square Dance Funnington Comm. Cir, Mondnys 7 p.m., cost $5 per monlh. Vohmlecr & community scrvice opportunities. Cnll 998-3837 for more info. Davie Metro Tae Kwon Do Ages 6 & up. including ndults. Tues. & 'niiirs. @ 6 p.m., Brock Gym. Gary Kecble, instniclor. Cnll 391- 4538 for more info. Stieitér Rentals Avaiinblc at Rich Park, Riverpnrk al Cooleemee Foils, nnd Forminglon, Cnll 751 -2325 to reserve. Special Olympics Fun Nites nvuiluble to unyone wilh u disubility, Wedncsduys, BrockOym, 6p.m. Cnll KnIhicSlreil 751-2325. K-2 Instructional B'Ball Includes T-shirt. Silver Striders Brock Gym nvnilohle for wolking 6:30-9 a.m. Quarterly incenlives for miles wnlked. Senior Trips Join us for day trips & occasional ovemighlcrs lo interesting locations & let us do Ihe driving. Cnll Knthic for info. Senior Games Open lo nil 55 or better. Be nclive, hnve fun, softbnll, bnsketbnll, badmilton, horseshoes, bocce', & more. Dance Company Brock Gym, Emily Robertson 998- 5 163, uges 3 & up, Including adults. Cln,s.ses Mon. & Tues. Bocce At Rich Pnrk Sports .Complex, Wednesdays, 11 n.m. Leum sport pf Bocce. Open to ull seniors 55 or belter. YMCA For moreinformntibn,cull751-9622, visit www.duvle.ymcnnwnc.org, or coinè lo llie YMCA for n tour. Kids Night Out ^ Parents enjoy dale night or do some holldny shopping. Kids will enjoy dinner, swimming, nfis,' crafts, nnd more nt the YMCA, Register now for Kids Night Oul on Fridiiy, Dec. 12. 6-1.1 p.m. Open to children 3 mo.-12. $10/mcmbers, $15/non-mcmbcrs. Register by Thurs., Dec. II nl noon to nvoid $10 per child lute fee and ensure n plncc'for your child. Breakfast With Santa Come hnve heulthy brcukfusl wilii Santa, Sat., Dcc. 6,8:30-10:30 u.m.. Kids will enjoy breakfust, craft, and chance to ieil Santa Christmn-s wishes. Bring cumera. $3/person or$ 12/fnm- ily. indoor Soccer / Everyone plays ol the YMCA, even when it’s cold outside. Leorn variety of skills, voluc of teumwork,,nnd good spotlmnnship during weekly practices. Suturday games. Registra­ tion for childen 3-13, now thruJan. 9; senson Jun. 12-Mnrch 7. $40/mcm- bers, $75/polcnliul members. Swim Lessons Sign Up now. choose from Tuc.s/ 'lliurs. evening lessons $33 mcm- bcr.s/$66 non-members or Sai. mom­ ing lessons $16 members/$33 non- members. Private & fumily lessons ijiso nvnilnble. Members Only Join Ihc YMCA nnd luke ndvnntugc of wnlcrocrobics, yoga, biking, walk­ ing, personal troining, nnd more. Come visit ond toui'our fnciliiy ot 215 Cemetery Street nnd leum how wc build strong kids, strong families, nnd strong communities. Seniors All Senior Activilies luke ploce nl Davie'County Senior Services lo- cnlcd 01278 Meroney St., Mocksville unless otherwise noted. Call 753- 6230. Ongoing I V,ll;30a.m ., lunch served Sr. Limciibox, M,T,' Th. & Fri., 11 n.m. dully. I Silver HculUi Exercises, Excrcise Room of Senior Services, M, W, F, 8:30 a.m. 'rues. & 'iliurs. 9 u.m. nl Mock Plucc, (open lo any senior). Quilting Club, every Mondny, 10 n.m. • Bridge, every Fridny, 2 p.m. SKIPBO, Wednesdays, ip.m. ScrnpbDoking, every 2nd Tuesday, 2 p.m. Dr. Dunn, Pudialrist,at Sr. Services every three weeks, 8:30 a.m., plense cull for doles. Free Blood Prc.ssure Cheek.«, once II monlh, nl 10:30 n.m. in Ihe Nutri­ tion Site. SlnglngScnlorsChoni.s,'niursdays, 10 n.m, VFW Ladles Auxiliary, every 2nd Thurs., 1 p.m. Scrabble, I p.m. every Mondny. Rook, 1 p.m. oveiy Monduy. Texas Hold’Em -Thursdnys,. 1 p.m. Painting - Wednesdays 8:30-11:30 n.m. Grief Support Group, 1st & 3rd Tucsdnys ol 6 p.m. Sr. Book Club, every .second Tues. ofthe month, 12:30 p.hi. Computer CIilsscs • arc available, call for infonriatipn. Arlliritic Exercise-every other Wed, ■IO:.iOa.m. Low Impact Acrobics - Wed. & Fri. begins Feb. 7 11 n.m. lil 12 p.m. Fitness ,Ei|ulpment Room - open Mon.-Thurs. 8 n.m. til 8 p.m. Fridays 8 n.m. til 5 p.m. Table Tennis - every Tues. 1-4 p.m. Art, Mondays 9 u.m. lil 12 p.m. Tal Chi, Tucsdnys (cnll for sesssion dnies) Line Dancing, Tliurs. 11 n.m. til 12 p.m. & 2-3 p.m. ' Report Davie Dateline items By Noon IVIonday Items for Dnvie Dateline should be reported by noon Mondny of Ihe pub- licotion week. Cnll 751 -2120 or drop il by the office, ot S. Moin St. ncross from tiic courthouse. DIAMON MOCKSVILLE • 751-3747 n/tONEY TIGHT? C H E C K O U T T H E S E D E A L S ! GALLERY • $1800 Diamond Wedding Set....WOW! $ C 7 C | THATS 68% OFF, HURRY! * GOLD CLEMMONS • 766-1800 W I i r i y i l T ^ C I T ^ C ^ ..... .what! *575!IlflL n II 9 UUIlEii II 9 UUNb! come see What $575 Will Buy! HURRY...DONT WATT. YOU'LL BE SORRY! YOU^I-L. B E A M A Z E D ! ! ! ‘Falling In Love...’ Davie High’Winter Dance Concert Scheduled Page Cl N o F a ts Sewer, Septic Systeiiià ■ C an’t Handle Them Page? D A V IE C O U N T Y ÜSPS 149-160 NUrfiber 50 Thursday, Dec. 11,2000 36PÀGES Give It Bacl( S ch o o ls Told To C u t State Allotm ent B y $264,551 B y B eth Cassidy Еп1ефП5с Record Although school budget officers suspected what m ight be on the horizon, that inkling was made official Nov. 17 when state officials sent notices to all school systems asking them to give bacic $58 m illion, or 0.75 percent o f their 'state funds. In an effort to support sagging reven u es, D a v ie w ill have to reduce its allotm ent by $264,551, acco rd in g to D eb o rah S m in k, finance ofTtcer. • — " I have been here since the 2004-05 school year, aijd this is the first tim e I have hail to deal w ith u reversion," Sm ink said. “B ut w e W ere prep ared fo r th is. D P I (Departm ent o f Public Instruction) sent a notice in late Septem ber, calling for a voluntary reduction of one p ercen t, but il w a s n ’ t mandatory. So, we figured this was com ing." In the past, Sm ink said, there have been discretionary reductions, when the state gives the system its allotm ent and then requires it to give some back, T h is . tim e , the req u ire d reversion o f $117 m illion comes months after systems have been given allotm ents and have their budgets in place. The state anticipates half being covered by norm al reversions, m ain ly the difference betw een budgeted and actu al teacher salaries, and the other h alf covered, by w hat individual systems give back. It w ill affect all systems, tnciudtng state-funded charter schools. S m ink said the system w on’t Please Sec M o n e y - Page 7 I n T h e S p i r i t These two youngsters enjoy riding on a float in the Mocksville Christmas Parade last Saturday. For a list of winners and more photographs, please.tL[rn to page C l. - Photo by Mike Barnhardt S ex O ffen d er P aren ts Lose P rivileg es Davie Requiring Law Enforcem ent Escort For Conferences B y B elh Cassidy Enteiprise Record A new law that took effect last w eek w ill have sweeping chtinges in local schools. C h ild ren w hose parents are registered sex offenders w ill no longer be tible to have their parents w ith them at lunchtim e, school parties, fie ld trip s, or a th letic events. H ouse B ill .9 3 3 , the Jessica L u n s fo rd A c t, is nam ed a fte r Jessica Lunsford, a 9-year-old who was kidnapped, raped and buried alive by a convicted sex offender in Florida in 2005, Lunsford is a form er resident o f Gaston County. The new law went into effect Dec. 1, It raises the penalties for ad u lt o ffen d e rs w ho c o m m it certain sex crimes against children, requiring judges to sentence them to a m inim um o f 25 years in prison. It also changes public school laws regarding the presence o f sex offenders on campus. According to D r. Linda Bost, assistant superintendent, there are 43 a d u lt sexual o ffe n d e rs ' registered in D avie Couiity. U nder the nc!W law, any sexual offender convicted certain crimes against ch ild ren w ill be co m m ittin g a felony if they are on the premises or w ith in 3 00 feet o f schools, ch ild ren ’s m useum s, child care centers, nurset^ies tmd playgrounds. They are no longer allowed in any place where minors regularly gather\for scheduled educational, recreational, or social programs, such as p u b lic parks, a th le tic complexes, or the Y M C A . The only tim e they are allowed on campus is if they have to take their child for emergency medical treatment, if they are attending a school conference to discuss their child’s academic or social progrpss, or if the p rin cip al s p ecifically requests they be at the school to deal w ith issues related to their. child. During those types o f visits, B o st said, the a d u lt w ill be supervised at all times. "In our elem entary schools, if a parent who meets this criteria is to be on campus, the principal is to c a ll the s h e riff’s d ep artm en t beforehand, and an o fficer w ill m eet the parent as soon as they enter the parking lot, escort them from their car into the building, sup ervise them ' d u rin g the conference, and then escort them back to their car when the meeting is over. I have asked priitcipals to try to keep their meetings to 15 to Please See Privileges - Page 7 A d v a n c e P a r a d e , L i v i n g N a t i v i t y , M o r e O n T a p T h is W e e k e n d From a parade to bazaars, horse and buggy rides to a living nativ­ ity - there is plenty to do this week­ end to celebrate the Christmas sea- ' son. The annual Advance Christmas Parade - always w ith a few fun sur­ prises - starts at 10 a.m. Saturday. Participants, and all are welcom e, should arrive before 9 a.m. There is no fee or forms to fill out. "W e’ve got a few surprises, and a lot o f special guests,” said Linda Carter, who has helped organize the parade fo r the past 14 years. “ O ur ow n A u n t E loise (fo rm er W T Q R personality) w ill be here. She’s not dead. She’s alive and well and living in Advance.” Seasonal and fun but tasteful en­ tries are welcom e. She hopes all children who want to be in a parade w ill participate, especially since D avie School o f­ ficials at the last m inute nixed ai plan to have E llis M iddle students riding in an old school bus they were decorating. “A ny child is welcom e. It can be a last-m inute decision, ju st come oul, be patient and plati on having a lot o f fun,” Carter said. The porade w ill line up at Shady G rove Elem entary on C ornatzer Road, and travel from there to N C 801 to Peoples Creek Road.' Downtown Mocksville D ow ntow n M ocksville w ill be alive w ith the Christmas spirit this weekend. , On Friday and Saturday nights, horse and buggy,rides w ill leave from A Station on M ain (M ain and G aither streets) from 6 :30-8:30 p.m . for a ride around the town, which features buildings lined w ith lights and four large oak treps cov­ ered w ith lights. Refreshments w ill be available. A t Junkers M ill outdopr theater on Saturday from 6:30-8:30 p.m ., m etnbers o f H ills d a le B a p tis t Church w ill present th e."L ivin g -.......— N ativity," com plete w ith a choir and 6and, live animals and B ib li­ cal characters. There w ill also be children’s, activities. It is a free event, Cana Bazaar The Cana E C A w ill hold its 39th annual Christmas Bazaar on Sat­ urday from 10 a.m .-noon at the old Cana School at A ngell and Cana . roads near M ocksville, There w ill be boxwood wreaths, yule logs and fresh greenery avail­ able, as w ell as craft item s, gift baskets, baked and canned goods and Christm as W assail, To learn ■ . V more, call Cooperative Extension at 751-6297 or Ruth Essie at 998- 3015. Poplar Springs A Christmas opbn house w ill be held from 9 a,m ,-2 p.m , Saturday at Poplar Springs School at 660 Ijam es Church Road, M ocksville. Local aitists and craftsmen w ill have item s for sale, w ith a portion o f proceeds going to the school for programs. F of a doiiation, visitors can enjoy hom em ade vegetable soup, sourdough rolls and a drink. CaU 492-5277 or visit the website www.poplarspniigsschool.com to leam more. ♦4 2 ■ DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 11,2008 ExJitpriaJ Райе ' These black birds were spotted on Country Lane last week. - P hoto by R obin S now I n T h e M a i l ... Birds, Birds, Birds: fy|o Reason For Novant’s Appeal Migrating Flocks Swarming Here Maybe it’s time for u remiilie of ttie liorror movie, “Tlie Birds" <iils time in Davie County, The birds iinve descended tiere in big numbers. Tens of thousands o f birds have made a stop-over home in tlie past week in'the urea, roosting around Burger King, Arby's anil W endy’s in Mocksvillc late in the day. ' Does the smell of a Big M ac bring them here? Or are they merely feasting in local iiolds before cohtinüihg their southern ; migration. • ’ ' • Terri Maurer started wondering about it nfter she saw them last week. " I’ve heard a lol of people talking about it and wondering," she wrote. "It has been going on for months;’’ I saw what I thought were migrating purple martins in Augusi in that same area. TJiey arc the first birds to leave in fall, Lnst week’s birds were bigger, looking more like starlings. Thousands swarmed Spurgeon Foster’s just-hnrvestcd corn fields on US 158 at Farmington Road last week - so many that I had to slow down to avoid hitting Ihem as I drove past. There was no secret what they were doing there - picking over the fields for fallen kernels of corn. I spotted several bluebirds in my yard over the weekend, and I filled my suet feeder. Now I have to worry about pesky squirrels again. ‘T h e Birds” movie is still shown on late night television, and it’s creepy enough to make any bird lover wonder about getting too cozy wilh the feathered types. As for television ... we said good-bye Monday night to the only show 1 looked forward to from week to week, “Boston Legal." It’s ratings were never spectacular, and the show was cancelled. It was a show for thinking adults, not the mindless reality shows that fill the schedule o f nighttime TV, I do not care abpul dance contests or who can sing or the usual drivel lhal passes for entertainment these days oh the tube. I especially like “Boston Legal" after Eliznbelh and I visited there a couple years ago. We saw many o f the places from our trip on the show. Now, I’m left with re-runs o f "Frasier" and old Clint Eastwood westerns. — Dwight Sparks To the editor; ' . I am responding to M s. Charles’ letter published Nov. 20. In North Carolina, the state’s Certificate o f Need (C O N ) Section determines if there is a public need for a new hospital. The state hns determined that there is a need for a hospital to replace D avie County Hospitnl, a liniited-service, facility in an outdated building not convenient to the m ajority o f the county’s population. , The fundamental purpose o f thé C O N law is to control heallh care costs by lim iting,unnecessary duplication of medicnl facilities. W ake Forest^ Univershy Baptist M edical Centèr supports the C O N law. W e can not endorse constrtictlon o f tw o hospitals three miles apart that'would offer essentially the same services. Spcndi'ng’more lhan $200 m illion for two sim ilar hospilnis cannot be juslified. 11 would unnecessarily increase the cosl o f health carc. In our opinion, the state is not likely to approve both o f these hospitals! There simply is not a public need. W e appealed the stale’s decision solely to obtain approval for services needed for D nvie C ouniy residents. W ithout Novant’s appeal, lliese issues w ith Ihe state could be settled in h matter o f days, 'Finally, it is importnnt lo note that the approval o f our '.application lo replace Dnvie County Hospitnl does'nol prevent ; Novant from seeking a hospital in Clemmons. There is simply no reason for their appeal. W e need to proceed w ith the developmeni o f the replacemenl hospital for D avie Cotmty. M ichael L. Freeman Vice President, M edicnl Cenfef Strategic Planning W ake Forest University Baptist M edical Center T h e re ’s A n A p p e a l P ro c e s s F o r B u s R o u te s D A V IE C O U N T Y ' ' USPS 149-160) ■ 171 S. t\ialn St., P.O. Box 99, Mocksvllle, NC 27028 (336)751-2120 Published weekly by the Davle Publishing Co, Dwight Sparks....................................Editor/Publisher Robin Snow.............;...........................General Manager Mike Barnhardt....................................Managing Editor Ray Tutterow............i........................Advertising Director Brian Pitts..............................................Sports Editor Mocksvllle Enterprise Davle Record Cooleemee Journal Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27028 ' Subscription RalQS Single Copy, 59 Cents $20 Per Year In N.C.,$:}5 Outside N.C. .. POSTMASTER i Send Address Charlies to; , Davie Couniy Enterprise Record . To the editor; This letter is to inform parents, grandparents, neighbors, friends o f children riding Ihe buses lo and/or from school. On Jan. 5, 2009, Davie Couniy Schools w ill implement a new bus route. This means that every child, ages 5-18, who rides a bus to and/or from school is affected. The reasoning behind this decision, to cut back on fuel cosls - all at Ihc expense o f thé safety o f our children. As any resident of this county knows, there are four major highways that wind their ways through D avie County; US 158 E/W , U S 601 N /S, N C 801N /S, and US 64 EAV. If anyone has ever traveled on these roads, they w ell know the posted speed is 55 mph outside city limits, and usually 35-45 mph inside city limits. This does not account for how fast people actually drive. A ll kinds of vehicles travel these higüways, from passenger cars on up lo 18-wheelers. This does not even bring up the less traveled, but still dangerous sid.e roads, which are often traveled by people cutting Ihrough from one side o f town to another, bypassing the lower speed lim it areas, and people living in Ihe mullitudes o f subdivisions that sail and pepper Ihe area. A few roads that come to mind are Campbell, Sain, M illin g , and Cornatzer. These arc the only ones I regulariy travel and are fam iliiir with, being a transplant and all. ; There are numerous concerns^ here. If all the wrong circumstances are in place, a speeding car or driver not watching the road, a child not paying attention.or horse playing (as all children do), and that child could be seriously hurt or even lylled. The second issue w ill be the I'raffic issues,in Ihese neighborhoods, where there mny only be one entrance or exit, Parents may drive to meet Ihe bus; park, and wai^-Therein comes Ihe problem, a boiileneck effect and potential for an accident. The third is the fact that there are 20 registered sex offenders in u five-m ile radius of Campbell Road alone. The fourth problem with this, it is ridiculous to expect any child, o f any age,, to walk al least a half a mile, alone, or weighed down with the heavy backpacks, in the heat, cold, or rain to catch a bus. It is not reasonable lo cxpcct a few parents to be responsible for watching a group o f kids to catch the bus in tho morning or to see them home in the afternoon. Most parents hnve to work, and most work out o f the county. 1 live in one o f these subdivisions, and have two children .who depend on the bus to pick Ihem up and drop them o ff I received a letter in early November notifying me of the changes and to check the websile for the updated bus route. This information was nol posted unlil sliortly before Thanksgiving, to my knowledge, when 1 happened to think of it and looked it up. I attended the school bonrd meeting Dec. 5, addressed my concerns, but was nol told whal or how to do the next step, until I asked. I am telling everyone who may somehow be rem otely affected by this; Go to your child’s school, get an appeals form, turn it into your (issistant principal. If you live in a subdivision, get a petition going, for it’s not going to be just a safety issue for the kids, but the other residents as well. Go to the police department and ge.t documentation about Irdffic accidents and speeding citations issued near your home. Go to the school board meeting,'the next being Jan. 5, 2009 at 6 p.m. at Central Dnvie, You have a voice and should stand up for your children. There has lo be a better way. It’s up to us as parents to let the adm inistrntioh know that we a rt not O K w ith this dangerous and insane idea lo cut back at our children’s expense. Kelley Taylor M ocksville T SW ins W itW ító fr ll№ fWRLV ^^At>H;S RfAUT/-cHec^C №l№i|lS oHHieilimToF V W e l œ m e d ■ The Enterprise Record welcomes letters from its rend­ ers. Tlie letters m ay be on topics o f local, state, national’ '.or inteoiational issiies. A n effort w ill be made to print a lf letters, provided they are not libelous, vulgar or in poor tastOi The editor reserves the right to edit letters for grammar and for space. A ll letters shoijld Include the name and address o f the writer, including a signature, A telephone number, not to, be published, is olso requested,, Please, have letters iii the newspaper^ office no later than 4 p.m, M ondny o f the week to be published. D avie County Enterprise Record P.O. Box, 99, M oijksville, o r ' DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 11,2008 • 3 W e i n v i t e y o u t o a t t e n d t h e A d van ce C h ristm a s P ara d e Saturday, December 13,2008 • 10 a.m. Downtown Advance ^ 'Ш & щ piom t r u n ' Ucichcis llrcaJ IX'sscris • llomcniade Jams & Jellies • I'a'sh, l.(x.-,il Simsiipi’ • I lonicmacic Chicken Pics • l’iodui'c& GnKeries • btlery& G as — Cs(. I95‘l — 1995 llwy 801S-Advante-336-998-5367 Hillsdale dental A D R S . 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B r e n t S h o a f D a v ie C o u n ty R e g is te r o f D e e d s Paid for by Brent Shoaf M o H tÀ n n s w a rtìb y , O w n e r, W s h e s E v e ty m e a M e n y C h r is im a s ! 1862 Hwy 801 S. • Advance 998-7154 W is h in g y o u a n d y o u rs a sa fe a n d H a p p y H o lid a y d u r in g th is tim e o f Jo y , P e a c e , a n d G o o d w ill. Sheriff A ndy Stokes AND THE Entire Staff o f D a v ii Co u n t y S h ir if f ’s O ffice W e 'v e G o t Y o u C o v e r e d A d v a n c e ! D A V IB C O U N T Y ENTERPRI/^ECORD FUU COVIRAQt ON NEWS A APVEimSING RO. Box 99 • 171 South Main St, Mocksville. N C 27028 phone; (336) 7SI -2 129 fax; (336) 751 -9760 ^ WhM You’r» UMMgry From AU Tliat MolMiY TUCKER'S PEACE 1987 Hwy. 801S • Beautiful Oowntown Advance Open Mon-Sat 6am-2pm • Thurs 6 Fri 5pm-8pm "Best Hambuqefs In Davie Count/^ Congratulations on уош* Advance Christmas Paradarade May you and your family have a blessed Christmas! J u l i a H o w a r d N.C. House of Representatives Paid for by Representalive Juila Howard Meri}^ Christmas & Happy IVew Year to the people of Advance & Davie Coun^. Judge Jimmy Myers Paid tor by Judge Jimmy Myers I 4. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursdoy, Dcc. 11,2008 Davie Boy Impressed By ‘Queen Of Persia’ Craig “Slim" Carter Sr. was born and raised in Davie County. When he was 30, tie was drafted into Worid War II. He had never been away from home when the Army sent him to the Middie East and Europe for a 30-month tour of duty. While over­ seas he saw more people and places than a Davie County boy ever dreamed possible. He always carried a camera with him and took hundreds of pictures. His grandson, iVlarty Carter of Advance, recently found this photo. While stationed in Tehran, Iran, he photographed the young lady in this picture who he called the "Queen of Persia." Her title was Her Imperial Majesty Queen Fawzia of Iran. She was born in Egypt the daughter of Egyptian King Faud I. At the time of this photo she was widely consid­ ered the most beautiful royalty in the world and graced the cover of Life magazine. She was l<nown for her stunning beauty and piercing light blue eyes. In 1939 Princess Fawzia married Mohammed Reza Pahlavi the Crown Prince of Iran. (Seated behind her in this photo). Shortly after the wedding, the Allied Soviet leaders forced his father to abdicate and installed Reza as the leader or "Shah of Iran". Fawzia's father was furious that her marriage lo the Shah was beneath her. She had one daughter by the Shah and shortly after traveled back to Al­ exandria, Egypt and divorced Pahiavi. Shah Reza Pahlavi remained in power for 30 years and was a progressive pro-western leader ■ He was forced from power by Islamic extremists In 1977 when the United States did not come to his aid. He died of cancer in exile in 1979 - a man wilhout a country. Fawzia Is said to be alive today and lives in Alexandria. She goes simply by the name Fawzia Shirin, losing all of her royal titles after the Egyptian Revolution of 1952. In 1944 - to a Davie County boy with a Kodak camera - she was simply the "Queen of Persia" and the most beautiful woman in the world. The E n te rp rise R e c o rd w e lcom es o ld p h o to s a n d n e w s fro m D a v ie p e o p le a n d p la c e s . B rin g th e m b y th e n e w s p a p e r o ffic e , o r s e n d Im a g e s via e m a il lo e rn e w s @ d a v le -e n te rp ris e .c o m . A d m i n i s t r a t i v e C o u r t The following case.s were disposed of during the Dec. S session of Davie Administrntive Court. Presiding; Magistrate Ellen E. Drechsler. Prosecuting: Jim Hedricic, assistant DA , - A lejandro A lberto, no license, reduccd to failure to noUty D M V nf address change, $50, cost. - A p ril Denise B ailey, w indow tinting violation, dismissed. - Joshua Nathaniel Bames, 70 miles per hour in a 60 mile per hour work zone, reduced to improper equitiment, $25, cost. - Joshua Ryan B erryhill, failure to reduce speed, dismissed. ■ - Eduedardo Blanco, no license, $50, cost. - Sue M oser Boggs, no license, dismissed. - W illia m Scotl Boles, speeding 60 in a 45, reduccd to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Rita Ann Boone, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Rebecca Ann Brewer, no license, fictitious/canceled/ revoked registration, expired/no inspection, dismissed. - W esley Shea Bridges, operating vehicle w ith no insurance, fictitious/canceled/ revoked registration, dismissed. - Jim m y Joe Burehette, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25 cost. - Constance O. C all, speeding 48 in a 35, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Kristine W . C arringcr, speeding 82 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - W illiam Bryan Clinton, failure to slop for slop sign/ flashing red light, dismissed. - M ichael E. C o lle lli, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipmeni, $25, cosl. - E rika H elbing Cudd, expired regislrnlion, dismissed. - Tangela S. D alton, speeding 70 in a 55, dismissed; speeding 68 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a 55, $15, cost. - James Edwards Deskins, expired registration, dismissed. - Matthew Michuel Dorn, speeding 89 in a 70, reduced to 74 in u 70, $15, cost. - Brundon A. Ford, window tinting violation, no license, dismissed, - Timothy Matthew Foster, expired registration, expired/no inspection, dismissed. - Jeffry Douglas Frisby, expired registration, dismissed. - Tonya Sm ith Frye, operating vehicle w ilh no insurance, dismissed, - Jose Zarate Fuenles, no license, $50 and cost, - Kamika Nicole Gadson, speeding 50 in a 35, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cosl. - R odrigo G alnvizdiaz, expired license, reduced to failure lo notify D M V o f address change, $50, cosl; failure to wear sent bell, dismissed. - D ustin Lee Gordon, reckless driving to endanger, reduced lo improper equipmeni, $25, cost. - J. Maqueda-Granadero, w indow tinting violation, dismissed. - Charles Robert H a ll, reckless driving lo endanger, dismissed. - Judy M ary Hernandez, speeding 58 in a 45, reduced to improper equipmeni, $25, cost, - Joseph Roy H ibbard, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, - Deborah Denise Hooper, speeding 88 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, - Amanda Michelle Horne, failure to reduce speed, reduced lo unsafe movement, $25, cost; window tinting violation, 2 counts expired registration, dismissed, - Amanda Sueann Horlon, reckless driving to endanger, dismissed. - Bryuii Dec Howell, expired registration, dismissed, -M ury K atherine Jarvis, failure to reduce speed, dismissed. - U lise Barrera-Jim enez, speeding 83 in a 70, dismissed; no license, rcduced to failure lo , notify D M V of address change, . $50, cost. - M iblielle T. Kam pner, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to im proper equipm ent, cost; expired/no iitspeclion, expired registration, dismis.<icd. - Nuzakat Khun,'following too closely, rcduced lo improper equipment, $5U, cost. - Bert Steve Kovach Jr., speeding 67 in a 55, reduced to improper equipmeni, $25, cost. - MichacI Patrick Lydick, speeding 51 in a 35, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cosl. - K am eilya T. M alloy, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - A lfred K ellie M ason, expired/no inspection, dismissed, - M argaret A llen Mason, speeding 67 in a 55, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cost; expired registration, dismissed, - M aria Esthcia M aya, no license, dismissed. - Shannon E lizabelh Meadlock, speeding 84 in a 70, reduccd to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Samuel F in k e l-M ille r, speeding 86 in a 60, reduced to 69 in a 60, $15, cosl. - Hubert M iller Jr., expired/ no inspection, dismissed. - K eith A llen M ille r, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cosl. - Ronnie Lane M ille r, expired registration, dismissed. - Dawn Reavis M itchell, speeding 60 in a 35, reduced to 44 in a 35, $15, cost. - Alfredo S, M oclezum a, speeding 52 in a 35, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cosl, - James D , Montgomery, fuiJure to weur scut belt, dismissed, - Stacey N oelle Moss, speeding 60 in u 45, rcduced to improper equipmeni, $25, cost; failure to w ear sent bell, dismissed, - K aitlyn Am anda M ole, exceeding safe speed, dismissed, - Fruncisco Orozio, speeding 85 in a 70, reduccd to improper equipmeni, $25, cosl, - A bilene O, Osorio, improper passing, reduccd to improper equipment, $25, cosl, - Tamuru Rogers Parker, speeding 60 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cosl. - Maria Isabel Perez, driving w hile license revoked, rear lamps violation, dismissed, - Vlalka Pcrsin, speeding 88 in a 70, rcduced to improper equipment, $75, cosl, - James Warner Phipps Jr,, expired registration, dismissed, - John Mebane Redmond Jr,, speeding 47 in u 35, reduced lo improper equipment, $25, cosl; operating vehicle w ith no insurance, dismissed, - Charles T, Robertson, speeding 49 in a 35, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, - John Gaither Robinson, speeding 50 in a 35, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, - Teresn Bernette Rouse, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, cost, - Todd Junior Rupard, speeding 68 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, - Rebecca S. Scheumann, speeding 68 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, - Joshua Kaleb Scott, speeding 89 in a 70, reduced lo 74 in a 7 0 , $15, cost. - Robert Lqo Scolt, failure to yield from privute driveway, dismissed. - Bryan K eith Shearon, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipmeni, $25, cost. A Letter From The Superintendent - Circa 1907 Marie Roth, a Volunteer in the Martin-W all History Room ut the Dnvie County Public Librnry, is compiling information about the early schools in Dnvie Counly. The library is asking for infonnution, old photos, or old documents that pertain to early schools in Davie County. If you have any of these items that could be scanned while you wait, bring them to the history room on any Friday after­ noon. Dntn is being gnthered ns lo names of schools, loca­ tions, teachers, and photographs. She transcribed the following article by the county’s school superintendent in 1907. A N A R TIC LE FROM PROF. J. D. HODGES Superintendent of Public School Praises the Teachers SCHOOLS D O IN G W ELL New School Houses Being Put Up All Over the Counly February 14, 1907 W ith the exception of one colored school and three white schools - these I hope to see in the next few days - 1 huve visited all the schools in the counly. I am pleased td be able to stale that the schools generally are doing well, not ordinarly but exceptionly so, I have carefully looked into the manage­ ment and work being done in the public schools of the county, and jijdging both from personal observation in the school room and from enquries made of pupils nnd patrons, I am convinced that of the 61 schools In the county, all save three arc doing praise worthy work, these three muy be doing better thun 1 think, however, I believe thut encouragement being as il is pains takingly mnde up, mny be relied upon ns, at best a fair indication. The increased interest on the part of the teachers and the pupil should encournge the patron, the truth that the people are more interested thun ul uny former lime. As one proof of this interest, I mny refer to the grenler vnlue of the new school houses that have recently been built, one at Whites, worth $800, one at Chestnut Grove, including a 4 acre lol covered with original forest, worth $500, one at Hownrd,s covercd with metal roofing worth $500, one al Jerusalem, worth $500, one at Joppa now in process of erection w ill be completed by the first of April, worth approximately $1000, when painted and scuted with patent desks, as is contemplated. These nil, snve the one ul Whiles ure built ufter pluns pro­ posed under the supervision of State Supt. Joyner, and nrc modem in design und construction. The Counly board of Education generally aids in the building of these houses, hav­ ing in complicnce with the law, set aside a fund for lhal pur­ pose, under the stimulus of this aid by the County Board, n number of other communities ure agitnteing the question of building new school houses. Formerly when a new school house was built, the children,s money was used, and there wns no school for a year or two, until the house wns paid for out of the public money, now Ihc aid given by Counly Bourd in no way nets to shorten the school, on the contrary, the new school house Induces added Interest nnd a longer attendance which justly secures a longer appropriation. So the money allowed by the Counly Board to aid in building new school houses instead of making the school term shorter really makes the term longer. The amount of money at the disposal of the Counly Board, for Ihis aiding in the construction of new school houses is limited, and so many progressive communities are planning to avail themselves of this uid lhat il is in a high degree prob­ able that this fund set aside by the Counly Board, will be taxed to its utmost, for a number of years. So lhal those people who are complacently wailing for the Counly Board to build them a new school house, may be like unto the country boy who is silting upon the bank of the river wailing for the stream to flow by that he may walk over dry shodi Another evidence of increased interest on the part of the people, in the common schools, is the fact lhal during the past summer, at different limes und vnried lengths of term, there were no less lhan twelve schools in operation. These were mostly conducted a private expense. This summer school business for the children of rural communities marks a new era in popular education, there is no doubt the summer time in the mountain and pcidmont counties, is the best season of the year for the younger children six to fourteen lo attend school, in fnct after crops are "laid by," larger boys and girls could go and do much belter than they could do for the snme length of time in the dead of "winter." This summer school idea ought be fostered and I hope to see il grow. Another evidence of interest in the school, is the growth of rural libraries, six years ago there was not a public library in the counly, now there are fifteen public rural libraries in Ihe counly. These libraries contain sixteen hundred volumes, nnd huve each n substnntive case, built and plans fumished by State Supt, Joyner, and secured by a lock and key. Besides these fifteen libraries, there are three supplementery libraries containing aboul one hundred nnd fifty volumes. In this con­ nection I nm pleused to report thut three truvelling libraries, containing more thnn two hundred volumes of splendid up- to-date books, have been placed in my charge for the use of the people, free of all cost. These excellent books are sent to us, freight prepaid to Mocksville, by benevolent people liv­ ing in Massachusetts, In this public way I beg in behalf of "the old North Stale," to lender sincere thanks to the "Bay State," and beg the people to believe that while we appriecalc in a high degree the substantial benefits that shall come to us from reading these good books, we appreciate infinately more the cordial good w ill lhal suggests their kindness. It makes us feel that despite the occasional wail ofthe pie hungry politi­ cian, we are "one and indisoluble," nnd thut the greul mnsses of the people.North und South, Eust und West by the grnve aim to promote the unity, the integrity, and the grandeur of this great Republic, Typed by Marie Roth on Dec. 3 from a copy of this Feb. ¡4,1907 newspaper article. Spelling errors and run-on sen­tences were not corrected. W E B U Y G O L D ! DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thur,sday, Dec. II, 2008 - 5 B o n d D o u b le d F o r D r u g , C h a s e S u s p e c t I By Jackic Seabolt Enterprise Record A Forsyth man being held at the Davie Jail on drog charges had his bond doubled following a probuble cnuse hcnring in Inst week’s district court, Javonta Demario Butler, 22, of Winston-Salem was arrested Nov, 3 after allegedly .selling crack cocaine to an undercover officer in the Kinderton Place Shopping Center parking lot and then leading law officers on a high-speed chase. He was charged wilh felony selling/delivering of cocaine, felony possession of cocaine, felony possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine, felony flee­ ing lo elude arrest with a motor vehicle, reckless driving lo en­ danger, nnd assnult w ilh n deadly weapon. Davie Sheriff’s Department Detectives B.E. Diggs and B. Alm ond were involved in Butler’s anest and testified be­ fore Judge James A. Hurrill Jr. nt the hearing. Butler is nccuscd of nttcmpl- ing lo run over two officers in the purking lot by bucking his vehicle into them when they ap­ proached. Alm ond told prosecutor Wendy Terry that he was behind Butler’s vehicle when it began backing and had to move to avoid being struck. B u tle r’s attorney, Julie Parker, asked Almond if he be­ lieved Butler saw him and in­ tentionally tried to hit him wilh the vehicle. Almond said that he did not believe thut Butler was intentionally trying to strike him with the car. Diggs testified lhal he chased Butler’s vehicle down I- 40 East toward Forsyth Counly reaching speeds in excess of 100 mph following the undercover transaction. "He was driving in an extremely rcckless manner, especially in a construction zone.” Butler was apprehended in Forsyth at Silas Creek Parkway D is t r ic t C o u r t The follow ing cases were heard in Davie District Courl on Dec. 5. Presiding; Judge James A. Harrill Jr. Prosecuting: Jim Hedrick and Wendy Terry, As­ sistant DAs, - Brittany Adair Allen, mis­ demeanor larceny, dismissed per compliance with prnyer for judg­ ment, - Anihony Dougins Alredge, misdemeanor child abuse, dis­ missed per compliance with prnyer for judgment, - Dunn Christn Boyer, speed­ ing in highway work zone 83 in a 60, prnyer for judgment con­ tinued dn cost, - Jonuthun Michuel Brudy, rcckless driving lo endnnger, re­ duced to improper equipment, $25, cosl. - Joseph A , Burckhalter, speeding 76 in u 55, reduced lo improper equipment, $ 100, cost; expired/no inspection sticker, dismissed per plea. - \Voodrow S. Cumpbell, fail­ ure to wear drivers seat belt, $25; failure to comply with license re­ strictions, dismis.<icd per plea. - Rex Alexander Cnrswell, felony larceny, dismissed. - Francisco Castroreyes, driv­ ing wilh license revoked, re­ duced to failure to notify D M V of address change, $25, cost. - Joey Paul Cntano Sr„ felony extradition/fugitive other state, dismissed per pick-iip by other state; failure to wear drivers scat belt, dismissed per extradition. - Phillip China Chiazor, un­ safe movement, reduced to im-' proper equipment, prayer for judgment continued on cosl, - Candace Nichole Chunn, possession of drug paraphema» lia, dismissed per compliance with prayer for judgment, evi­ dence ordered destroyed, - Allen Tillman Culler, no op­ erators license, prayer for judg­ ment continued on cosl. - Eric Paul Davenport Jr,, consuming alcohol by 19/20, $25, cost, - Nicholas K, Dillard, posses­ sion of marijuana up to hnlf ounce, dismissed per compli­ ance with prayer for judgment, evidence ordered destroyed, - Deborah Lynn Donovan, false report to police station, prayer for judgment continued, - Tim othy Lee Edmonds, speeding 76 in a 55, reduced to improper equipmeni, $ 100, cosl; following too closely, dismissed per plea, - Tori Latrell Etchison, do­ mestic violence protective order violation, dismissed per medin- tion, - Clementecn R, Fortney, leush Inw violutlon, dismissed, - Wilder Renun Fuenles, no operutors license, dismissed per plea; reckless driving lo endan­ ger, reduccd to unsafe move­ ment, $25, cost, - Sharicne Rcnea Gadson, simple affray, dismissed per me­ diation, - Ronnie Lee Gobble, assault on a female, sentenced to 120 days, credit for time served', do­ mestic violence protective order violation, dismissed per plea, - Kirk Walter Harris, speed­ ing 96 in u 70, rcduced to care­ less/reckless, $500, cost, > Michael Shnne Helton, mis- demennor probation violation, sentenced to 120 days, credit for time ,servcd, - Meli.ssa S, Jcffcoat, assault w ith a deadly weapon, dis­ missed per request of prosecut­ ing witness. - Dayon Tyree Jordan, disor­ derly conduct, sentenced to 10 duys, suspended 12 months, $50, cost. - Erin Beth Kennedy, D W I, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community scrvicc, $ 100, cost, surrender li­ cense, not lo operate a motor vehicic until licensed by D M V ; driving left of center, dismissed per plea. - W illiam Joseph Lard, pos­ session of marijuana up to half ounce and possession of drug pnrnphcrnnlia, dismissed per complinnce with deferred pros­ ecution, evidence ordered de­ stroyed, - Blake .Addison London, speeding in school zone, re­ duced to improper equipmeni, $100, cosl. - Jennifer W alker Loudin, driving with license revoked and fictitious info to officer, sentenced lo 30 days, suspended 12 months, $ 125, cost, $200 at­ torney fees; no liability insur­ ance, ficlitious/concealed/re- voked registration card/tag, ex­ pired registration cnrd/tng, dis­ missed per plea, - W ilma Jean Lowery, simple assault, dismissed per media­ tion, - Jesse Curtis Mnbe, speed­ ing 68 in n 55, reduced to im­ proper equipmeni, $100, cost; no drivers license commercini vehicle, dismissed per plen, - Bradley N eil M cD aniel, failure to slop for stopped bus, reduced lo unsafe movement, $100, cosl, - Thom as C hristopher J o b le s s R a te 7 .3 % ' Dnvie County’s unemploy­ ment rale increased slightly from September to Octobcr, ac-' cording lo figures released last week by the Employment Secu­ rity Commission of North Caro­ lina, G O L D G A L L E R Y ______ MOCKSVILLE • 751-3747 "^CLEMMONS • 766.1800 TRUSTED JEWELERS SINCE 1960 • GET CASH FOR CHRISTMAS! 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Davie’s 6,9% jobless rate in September increased to 7.3% in Octobcr. October jobless rates for sur­ rounding counties: Davidson, 8%; Forsylh, 6.3% ; Iredell, 6.9% ; Rowan, 7.3% ; and Yadkin, 6,8%, • Орем for Breakfast • Hatidnnade Burgers - fresh, never frozen! • Friday Night Fish Fry • Delicious Italian Specials every Saturday night • Fresh Buffalo Wings • Catering - Superbowl and Holiday Platters S a t u r d a y , D e c . 1 3 • 1 1 a m u n t i l Music & Karaoke Robert Jones ы» “Elvis” FootloHg SpcefaU - «II tti* w«y •'2°° FMtur(na our MW TrIpU D«ek«r Chiis$burg§r awdwor«! after his vehicle struck another motorist und a law enforcement vehicle, Diggs teslificd, Diggs suid that officers seized money used in the drug transaction during Butler’s ar­ rest and the drugs he sold the undercover officer tested posi­ tive for cocaine, Harrill found probuble cause on all the felony charges against Butler, but dismissed the reck­ less driving to endungcr und us- saull with a deadly weupon due to luck of probable cause, Butler’s case will be heard in the Davie Superior Court ses­ sion the week of Jun, 26, He remains in the Davie jail in lieu of u $200,000 .secured bond after Harrill doubled his original bond of $100,000, threats, dismissed per plea; simple assault, sentenced to 10 days, suspended 12 months, $25, cost, $275 attorney fees, huve no contact with prosecut­ ing witness, stay in and com­ plete school, - Crystal Annette Strunk, m isdem eanor larceny, dis­ missed per community scrvice, - Matthew Daniel Torbush, consuming alcohol by person under 19, dismissed per compli­ ance with prayer for judgment, - Mitchell D, Wallers, shop­ lifting concealment of goods, m isdem eanor larceny, dis­ missed per plea; misdemeanor larceny, sentenced lo 60 days, credit for time served. - Jeremy Lee Wallers, simple po.s.session of schedule V I con­ trolled substance, obtaining properly by false pretense, dis­ missed per plea; misdemeanor larceny, sentenced lo 45 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours community scrvice, $ 100 resti­ tution, $ 150, cost, $200 attorney fees. - Tamara Y. Young, simple worthless check, dismissed per civil settlement. Failed To Appear! - Cherron M , Alexander, driving wllh license revoked, fictitious info lo officcr, and re­ sisting a public officer, - Amy Lynn Bcck, driving wilh license revoked, - James Paul Carter, assault on a female, communicating threats, - Douglas Key, assault by pointing a gun, - Samuel Joel McEwen, driv­ ing wilh license revoked, D W I, no operators license, - Kylle Beth Poole, driving wilh license revoked, fictitious/ concealed/revoked registration card/tag, operating vehicle no insurance, - James Fred Wilson, fail­ ure to wear drivers seol bell, op­ erating vehicic no insurance, fictitious/concealed/revoked registration card/tag, driving wilh license revoked, expired/ no inspection, expired registra­ tion card/tag. 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You are no longer required to list motor vehicles which are currently LICEfJSED with the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles. These vehicles will be billed by the County after the current registration is renewed or an application Is made for a new registration. About three months after your registration renewal you will receive a bill from the County. You will have 30 days to pay the bill before interest is added at the rate of 5% the first month past due and 3/4 of 1% thereafter. Taxpayers must list UNLICENSED vehicles not licensed on January 1, 2009 DURING THE REGULAR LISTING PERIOD. There Is no change In the listing requirements for those vehicles. Permanent tagged multiyear vehicles must also be listed. Other property required to be llsled In January Include: mobile homes, boats and motors, jet skis, aircraft, farm equipment used to produce Income, tools used by carpenters and mechanics, all assets and supplies of businesses, furnishings owned and rented by a landlord. Taxpayers should report any new buildings or any Improvements built on real estate, or any changes to real estate to the Tax Office. The Tax Administrator’s Office will be sending listing forms to everyone that listed personal property in 2008. if you need fo list personal property as indicated above or report changes to real property and you do not receive a form in the mail, please contact the Tax Administrator’s Office for the proper forms. ELDERLY OR DISABLED APPUCANTS MUST BE AGE 65 OR PERMANENTLY DISABLED TO APPLY 1. Elderly and Disabled Exclusion: a. Income level $25,600 or below b. Must be 65 years of age or totally and permanently disabled c. Reduction of $25,000 or 50% of value of the home and 1 acre of land whichever Is greater 2. Disabled Veterans Exclusion: a. Honorably Discharged Veterans and b. 100% disabled due to a service related injury c. Reduction of $45,000 off the value of the home and 1 acre of land 3. Circuit Breaker (DEFjERRED TAXES) a. Must be 65 years of age or totally and b. Must have owned and occupied property as the owner’s permanent legal residence for five years. c. Must be a North Carolina resident d. Income cannot exceed $38,400 If you did not receive the exclusion in 2008 but are now eligible, you may obtain a copy of an application from the assessor. It must be filed by Junel. Listing will begin January 1, 2009 in the Tax Administrator’s Office in the County Administration Building. Office listing help is available Jan. 1-31, 2009. Hours will be 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M, Monday thru Friday, The deadline for listing is January 31, 2009, Completed forms must be postmarked by the U,S, Postal Service not later than January 31, 2009, All late listings are subject to a 10% penalty. Please list eariy to avoid a late penalty, Davie County Tax Administrator Jackie H. Ha I “'•••'.■•Л' .t-—— : 6. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 11,2008 Public Records Building Permits The follow ing building ;permits were issued in Duvic County, listed by npplicunt, type of building, estimated cost and location. - Jeff Hayos, screen porch, ,$4,800, LIgonlfcr Dr., Advance, - Troutm an Pool and iLeisure, outdoor kitchen, ;$27,500, County Line R d,, ¡Harmony. ; - Bruce Thomas, wood stove ¡with metal chim ney, B ridle ,Ume, Advance. I. - Teresa Brindle, enclose 1сафог1, Ouk Grove Church Rd„ Mocksville, M ich ael H olland, outbuilding, $10,080, Winding Creek Rd., Mocksville, - W illia m Beck, shed addition, $10,080, Liberty Church Rd., Mocksville. • - E llis Custom Homes, single fam ily dw elling, $220,900, Finn Hollow Lane, Advance. ' - Richard Hendricks Construction, single fam ily dwelling, $148,500, Random Rd., Mocksvillc. ' - Timothy Settle; residential outbuilding, $31,680, Deadmon Rd., Mocksvillc. . - Boggs Bullding,-residcntial outbuilding, $ 17,280, Montclair Dr., Advance, -Jeremy Beauchamp, single fam ily dw elling, $380,905, Dulin Rd,, Mocksvillc, - Shelton Construction, storage addition, $12,000, Valley Rd„ Mocksville. - SunLife, sunroom addition, $10,500, K elly Ave., Mocksvillc, . - Pilcher Enterprises, addition to manufactured home, $50,000, Pardue Loop, Advance. - Guy Cornatzer, single fam ily dw elling, $301,870, Montclair Dr., Advance. - Northwest Properties, shell building, $800,000, Yadkinville Rd„ Mocksville. - Larry McDaniel Builders, tenant upfit, $7,150, Salisbury Street, Mocksville. ' - J&B of Farmington, owner iipfit, $25,000, N C 801, Mocksvillc. - Morgan & Parker Builders, addition to existing home, $16,210, R iverbend Dr., Advance. - Dclmiis Evans, addition to existing residence, $86,370, Northbrook Dr., Mocksvillc. - M & M construction, addition to existing home, ^67,200, Autum n Court, Mocksville. Land Transfers The following land transfers were filed with the Davie Reg­ ister of Deeds, The transactions are listed by panics involved, acreage, township, and deed stamps purchased, with $2 rep­ resenting $1,000, - George H, Rudy and Nancy P, Rudy lo Nancy P, Rudy, 1 lot, Mocksville. - U.S. Bank National Asso­ ciation, trustee to Lester F. Valyer Jr., 1 tract, Jerusalem, $305. - David L. Anderson and Kevin D. Peacock to Beeding and Caudle, 1 lot, Mocksville, $30, - Hugh Zarctsky too Jolinny R. Rice and Eutashia H. Rice, I lot, Mocksville, $270. - Lisa Lowe Wise to A n­ thony F. Reynolds and Mary L. Reynolds, 1 parcel, Jerusalem, $186. ■ Robert M . Jordan and Linda M . Jordan to Donald G. A ndrews and H azel M , Andrews, 1 tract, Fulton, $410. - Donna E. Laird to Larry James Staley Sr. and Patsy Riddle Staley, .48 acre, $70. - Maxwell S. Hess and Tracy Lynn Hess to Russell D . G ardner Jr. and Patricia E. Gardner, I lot, Farm ington, $820. - Susan H. Blass and Paul Blass to John D. Yarbrough and Jean B, Yarbrough, 1.08 acres, $19, - Robert Livingston W ill­ iams and Rose M ary W illiams to Anihony Ray Goi|d, 1 tract, $439: - James Sean Burge to KB Properties, 1 lot, $240. - KB Properties to James Sean Burge and Pamela Sue Tolson, 1 lot, $660. - Retha M ac Reynolds to YVette M . Reynolds, .56 acre, Clarksville. - Richard P. McNeely, sub­ stitute trustee to The Bank of New York Trust Co., 6 acres, $359. - Lee F. Finklea and Barbara H. Finklea to Richard Howard Stugarl and Jane C haplin Stugart, 6.66 acres, Fannington, $750, - Cool Spring. B uilder to John K. Moorefield and M ary L. Moorefield, I lot, Mocks­ villc, $44, - Substitute Tnistee Services to Fannie Mac, I tract, Jerusa­ lem, - Roben Dean Salmons and Lana Salmons to Steven M ichael Yountz and Melissa Shousc Yountz, 10,01 acres, Clurk.svilie,$100, - Green Tree Servicing to Donald Wuyne Cox, 1 acre, $110. - Grady 1. Ingle, substitute trusteec to HSBC M ortgage Corp., 1 lot, $358. - Lindsay D. W hitaker to Caleb M . Whitaker, 2 tracts, Farmington. - U.S. Bank Nutionul Asso­ ciation as trustee to James P. M ichael, 1 lot, M ocksvillc, $230. - Paul White to Jane White Carter (9% interest), 2 tracts, Caluhaln. Deborth K im berly M isenheim er to Sherrie S. Musgravc, 4 lots, Jerusalem, , $176. Mocksville Police The follow ing incidents were reported to the Mocksville Police Depanment, - The larccny of a handbag from u .shopping cart at Walmart was reported Dec, 1, - The larceny of a gold neck­ lace from the Goodwill store on Yadkinville Road was reported Dec, 4, - The larceny of $6 from a wullet ut a residence on M illing Road was reported Dec. 4. - The larceny of « Christmas tree from a lot on Yadkinville Road was reported Dec. 5, - A man reported Dcc. 5 said he was threatened and followed Dec. 5 in the Walmart parking lot. Arrests - Peggy Sue Cromer, 49, of Cleveland, NC, was charged Dec. 2 with D W I. Trial date; Jan. 19. - Jessica Lee Bledsoe, 23, of Dutchman Trail, was charged Dec. 4 w ith communicating threats. Trial date; Jan. 8. - Jamie Dawn Griffey, 26, of Sheffield Road, was charged Deo. 4 w ith communicating threats. Trial date; Jan. 8. - Jeremy Lee Roush, 29, of Cleveland, N C , was charged Dcc. 4 with driving without a liccnsc and a vehicle with no insurance, Trial date; Jan, 29. ТгаШ с Accldcnts - No charges were filed af­ ter a wreck on Yadkinville Road al 12; 10 p,m, Dec, 2, ■ Dale Anthony Minor, 36, of Kue Lane, failed to stop the 1993 Dodge he was driving be­ fore it struck the rear of a 2004 Ford driven by M argaret Childers Smith, 63, of Murphy Road, knocking it inlo the rear of a 2005 Buick driven by Robin Elmore Myers, 44, of Crabtree Road, reported Officcr Chris Hefner. - No Chargcs were filed af­ ter a wreck on North Salisbury Street at 2; 17 p.m. Nov. 26. Robert Delma Ellis, 72, of Chandler, made a left turn in Ihe straight lane in a 2006 Cadillac, causing it to strike a 1996 Honda driven by Crystal Dawn Burcenus-Aguayo, 31, of Hamptonville, reported Officer Justin Foster. - No charges were filed af­ ter a wreck on US 601 Soulh al 4 tl0 p.m. Dec. 1. Michael Shane Beaver, 59, of Calvin Lane, drove a 1990 Toyota from Mocksville M ar­ ketplace into the path of a 1996 Fprd driven by Charles Robert W yse, 51, o f M ain Church Road, reported O fficer J.D. Walker. - No charges were filec( af­ ter a wrcck on Yadkinvillc Road at 1 p.m. Dcc. 2. Pamela Hamby Tang, 48, of Boxwood Church Road, failed to slop the 2006 Toyota she was driving before it struck the rear o f a 1986 Dodge driven by Churies Richard Myers, 51, of Crabtree Drive, reported Officer Den'ick Cline. - Steven Drew Potts, 24, of Duvie Academy Road, wus driv­ ing a 2005 Ford on Hardison Street at 6 p.m, Dec. 2 when il struck u deer, reported Officcr C .M . Preston. - An Advance woman was cited after her car struck a scooter on North M ain Street at 8; 12 a.m. Dcc. 5. Shirley Lyons Johnson, 59, of NC 801 Soulh, was making a left turn in a 1992 Hondu when il struck the scooter driven by B illy James Foote, 31, of Heurthside Lane, reported O f­ ficer Chris Hefner. Johnson was cited for failing to see before starling. Foote was taken to Davie County Hospiiul for treat­ ment of injuries. Arrests The Duvie County Shcrifrs Department mude the following arrests; - Juan Carlos Gonzalez, 24, wilh no address lisled, was ar­ rested Dec. 1 for D W I, resist­ ing, delaying, and obstructing. Trial date; Jun. 8. - Michael Alan MacFudyen, 16, of R olling H ills Lane, Mocksville was arrested Dec. 3 for possession of schedule IV nnd possession of dmg para- phcmaliu. Trial date; Jan. 25. - Tommy Alan McDaniels, 26, of Calvin Lane, Mocksville was arrested Dec. 4 for injury to real property. Trial dates; Dec, -18 and Jan 8, Fires Davie County fire depart­ ments responded lo the follow­ ing calls; Dec. 1: Mocksville, 10;59 u,m„ Mountview Drive, public service; Jcnisalem, 3;43 p.m., US 601' Soulh, automobile acci­ dent; Advancc, 5:49 p.m ., Sonora Drive, public service; Smith Grove, 10;27 p.m., US 158, automobile accidcnt. Dec. 3: Farmington, 1;22 a.m., Furmington Roud, nuto- mobilc accident; Mocksvillc, 11;05 a.m.. Enterprise W ay, commcrciul fire alunn; W illiam R. Davic assisted. Dcc. 4; Willi'um R. Duvie, 12;36 a.m., Ralph Ratledge .Road, automobile accident; Mocksville, 7;27 p,m,, DccrRun Drive, automobile accidcnt, Dcc. 5: M ocksville, 8; 13 a,m,, N, Main Street, automo­ bile accident; Fork assisted, Dcc. 6i Smith Grove, 2; 12 p.m., Bermuda Village Circle, fire alarm; Advuncc ussisled; Farmington assisted; Mock.s- ville assisted. ' > Dcc. 8: Center, 9;30 a.m., 1- 40 W est, grass/brush fire; County Line assisted. Sheriff’s Department '■ The follow ing incidents were reported to the Duvic County Sheriff’s Department. - On Dec. I identity theft was reported at a home on US 64 East, Mocksville. - Larceny wus reported at un outbuilding on Wildwood Lane, Mocksville on Dcc. 1. - On Dcc. 2 damage lo prop­ erty was reported at a home on Junction Road, Mocksvillc. - An assault on a female was reported at u home on NC 80 i South, Cooieemee on Dcc. 2. - On Dec. 2 Ihc lurccny of a credit card was reported al a home on Creekwood Drive, Advance. - Larccny was reported al a home on D eer Run D rive, Mocksville on Dcc. 2. - On Dcc. 3 lurccny was re­ ported at a home on Ralph Ratledge Road, Mocksville. - An as.s'uult wus reported ut u home on Ralph Ratledge Road, Mocksviiie on Dec, 3, - On Dec. 3 the break-in of a molor vehicle and larceny were reported ut a home on Longtree Circle, Advancc. - A trespasser was reported at a home on M ain Church Road, Mocksville bn Dec. 3. - On Dec. 3 larceny was re­ ported at a home on Deadmon Thanks for Making Us #1 IN NORTH CAROLINA. (illl in ai Uu;i in to gel tl qttote loiliiy. Keith Hiller ll09Ya(lklnvllle Hwy. Willow Oaks Shopping Center Mocksvlllo 751-6131 Jim Kelly, Jr. 301 Nonh iVI,iln Si. Mockivlllc 751-2937 Nationwide' On Your Side Auto Homt LH« Builht\i am I«ii )<ю4 С«тЫл«<(11гм| К 1Г|Ц>Ч««С0Ф(4ЛГ Diane Battles CPA, PA •Income Tax Preparation & Planning for Individuals, Corporations, L L C ’s, Estates & IVusts •Small Business Consulting & Set-up •Payroll & Bookkeeping • Financial Stmts. •Controller-for-Hire •Éstate Planning • Eldercare Services •Electronic Filing Over 15 years CPA experience Located in H ili.sd ale-H w y 158 & 8 0 1 N 128 Peachtree Lane (directly behind Bojangle’s) / also make house calls 940-3600 Road, Mocksvillc. - A break-in was reported lil tt home on W. Eden Court, Ad­ vance on Dcc. 4. - On Dec. 4 damage lo real property wus reported ut a home on Hobson Drive, Mocksville. - A brcak-in nnd larccny were reported nt a home on East Ridge Court, Advuncc on Dec. 4. - On Dec. 4 a break-in of a molor vchiclc and larceny were reported at u home on South Niblick Court, Advance, - A brcak-in and lurccny were reported ut a home on US 601 Soulh, Mocksville on Dcc. 4. - On Dcc. 4 a brcak-in and larceny were reported at a home on River Road, Advancc. - A brcak-in was reported at a home on Calvin Lane, Mocks­ villc on Dcc. 4. - On Dcc. 4 a break-in and larceny were reported at a home on W. Eden Court, Advancc. - A brcuk-ln wus reported ut ■a home on Suntree Drive, Ad­ vance on Dec. 4. Highvray Patrol The following traffic wrecks in Davie County were listed by the N.C. Highway Patrol. • No chargcs were filed after an accident in Ihc county on Nov. 30. James Kenneth Steele Jr. of Oakland Avenue, Mocksville wus driving u 2003 Peterbllt truclor-lrailcr making u right turn onto US 601 from the Food Lion parking lot. Nicole Lynn Ham ilton of S. M ain Street, Mocksvillc wus stopped on US 601 in tt 1997 Toyota waiting lo make a turn Inlo the Food Lion parking lot. The Iruiler lowed by Steele’s tructor col­ lided with Hamilton's vchicle. Trooper C.D, Hull reported Ihc uccident occurred at ap­ proximately 8;59 p,m. und there were no injuries. • A D avie wom an was charged wilh safe movement violation after she wrecked the vchicle she was driving Dec. 1. Nancy Ruth Burnett of Doc Trail, Mocksville was driving her 1995 Mercury cast in the parking lot of Tarheel Q when it collided wilh a mailbox. Trooper C.D. Hall reported the accident occurred at ap­ proxim ately 12; 18 a.m. and there were no injuries. • A Davic man was charged with unsafe movement after the vehicle he wus driving hit un- olherDcc. 1. Russell Jumcs Reinsvold of US 601 Soulh, Mocksville was muking u left turn in a 1980 Toyota from a private drive onto US 601. M aria Louise Cunningham of US 601 South, M ocksville was driving her 1995 Pontiac soulh on US 601. Reinsvold failed to yield to Cunningham's vehicle and the two collided. Trooper C.D. Hall reported the uccident occurrcd at ap­ proxim ately 3;41 p,m . and Cunningham wus tukcn to Rowun Regionul Medicul Ccn­ ter in Salisbury for treatment. • No charges were filed after nn uccident on Dec. 2. Byron CInyton Cox of Farm­ land Road, M ocksvillc was driving his 2001 Dodge west on Farmland Road Ext. Cox’ ve­ hicle went off the road to the left, collided with n mailbox, continued traveling west, and collided wilh a tree. Trooper C.D. Hall reported the accident occurred at up- proximotcly 6;22 p.m. and there were no injuries, • Three deer were reported hit by automobiles in the county Inst week. In Ihc following re­ ports no injuries to the drivers were reported; Jessie Leigh H edrick of Junction Rond, Mocksville was driving a 2006 Suzuki vchiclc soulh on Madison Road. A deer collided w ilh the side of Hcdrick's vehicle. Trooper C.D. Hall reported the accidcnt occurrcd ut ap­ proximately 10;5I p.m. on Dec; 1. Yeseniu Elizabeth Flores of Taylorsville wus driving her 2008 Honda vchicle cast on US 64 when it collided wilh u deer crossing the road. Trooper M .T. D allon re­ ported the accident occurrcd at approximately 9 a.m. on Dcc. 1. Kevin Dennis Mube of Polls Roud, Advancc wus driving a 2006 Chevrolet pick-up north on NC 801. A deer entered the road in front of Mabe's tnick and his vehicle collided wilh il. Trooper C.D, Hall reported the accidcnt occurrcd ut ap­ proximately 5:25 p,m, on Dcc. 2. • No chargcs were filed ufter un uccident on Dec. 5. Stacy Lynn Rega of Zimmerman Road, Advancc wus driving her 2007 Suturn norlh on Bermuda Run Drive. Trintt Dunn Norris of Hilton Road, Advuncc wus driving her 1999 Mercury eust on US 158. Rega’s vehicle made a left turn onto US 158 nnd collided wllh Norris' vchiclc. Trooper E.C. Roten reported the uccident occurred nt ap­ proximately 7;01 p.m. and there were no injuries. • A D avie wom an was charged with failure lo mnlntuin lunc control after she wrecked the vchicle she wus driving Dcc. 6, Hnnnah Denys Reavis of Duard Reuvis Road, Mocksville was driving her 1995 Mazda cast on M uln Church Rond. Rcavis served to avoid n deer in the roud, crossed the centerline, overcorrcctcd, run off the roud lo the right, collided w ilh u ditch, and overturned. Trooper E.C. Rolen reported Ihe uccident occurrcd nt np- proxim ately 9;59 p.m . and Reavls was taken to D avie County Hospitni for Ircatment, • A North Cnrolina man was charged wilh unsafe lane change after the vehicle he was driving hit another Dec. 7. Emmett Hennan Allen Jr. of Clayton was driving a 2007 Chevrolet east on 1-40. M ark Siunrt Powell o f Kemersville wus driving his 1999 Volvo east on 1-40. Allen merged his ve­ hicle into the left land and it collided wilh Powell's vchicle. Trooper E.C. Roten reported the accident occurred at ap­ proximately 4;33 p.m. and there were no injuries. Sterling Silver Jewelry Sale Saturday, December 13th • 10am until 2pm 11^ Oavie County Public Library i Dingle Dangles Designs, a liomu parly jewelry company,IS having .in end of the ye.ir cleariince sale. It is a wonderml “ - to enjoy great savings on quality sterling silver jewelry well as lo get some beautiful pieces to complete your ^ Christmas shopping! . m« time as A i Bring ■naw,unwrapp«d toy for donation f T tolh« StoNhouM for Jasus and racaiva nn ^flddltlona l 10% OFF your purchases i : that \vlll alraady ba dlKouiitad ciua to the salat m ill no order fir m lo Imvc lojfUl oiil or sMpmenIs la tpiiil hr. lls a cash and carry opi>ortuiufy so Hint ¡/on can lako Ihem home luui pul h im diri'cth/ uiiiicr yonr f>V(? or in your jaivlry hixl visa and Mastcfcard are accepled as well as checks and cash! Comeioln the funl M o c k s v ille R e p o r t s S e w a g e S p ill F r id a y Don’t Put Fats, Oil, Grease Into System DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursdny, Dec. 11,2008 ■ 7 K o | f f l d c | m v i n By Jackic Scabolt Enterprise Record A sewage spill in Mocksvillc was reported last Friday, but according to the town manager the problem has been cdrrectcd. On Dec. 5 an estimated 1,200 gallons o f untrculcd wnslewuter spilled inlo u smull strcum that flows into Dutch­ man Creek off US 64 und W ill­ iums Street. A irentmcnt plan lo correct the issue took place immedi- utcly the dny it occurrcd, suid Town Manager Christine Sand­ ers. , The spill occurred due lo a blockage in the line. “Roots, grease, or debris can qause structural damage to blockage Money... Continued From Page 1 actually have lo write u check to the state, but the nmounl is decreased from its allotment. ‘They send us u sprcndshcct nnd wc decide what progrums we want the funds lo come from, and they (state) reduces the allotment by lhat amount.” Because the notice wus sent only n few weeks ago, officials haven’t had a chance to decide where cuts w ill bc made, but Smink said, “There arc numy 1 different ways to do it, but every attempt w ill be made to do it in Privileges Conllnucd From Pnge 1 minutes, as this w ill be a [deputy who is on duly that day. In middle and high schools, there arc resource officers who w ill provide the services. That is above und beyond the call of • duly, but it is appreciated by our principals, parents and our school board,” she said, Bost met with Sheriff Andy Stokes and others lust week, und a list, as well ns a booklet with pictures and information on Ihe 43 registered sex offenders in the county has been compiled and delivered to cach principal. Bosl said the booklet w ill be updated us needed. In un emnii lo the principals, Bost said, “W ith the help of the Davie Sheriff’s Department and Doug Punger [school bourd nltomey], we have made your responsibilities to enforce the Jessica Lunsford A cl much more principal friendly. I know lhat many times you are given mandates and have to figure oul how lo work them oul, biit you have grcnl support from muny people on this one. If you gel the chance, and 1 am sure you w ill, please take the time lo . Ihnnk Sheriff Slokes and his staff. They arc really stepping up to the plate on this one,” The new law also affects juvenile sexuul offenders, nnd could potentially keep them off the campus of the school they ultend, but Bosl said as of now, there arc no juvenile offenders in the county to whom the Act applies, Jessica’s Law was originally passed in Florida in 2005, and in a line,” Sunders snid. “The problem hns been corrccled.” The Division of Wuter Qual­ ity was notified of the event the day it happened and is review­ ing the matter. In July 1999 ihq General Assembly enacted u bill that re­ quires all municipniitics, nnimnl operations, industries, and oth­ ers lhat operate waste handling systems to report when a waste spill of more than 1000 gallons reaches surface waters. Sanders advises thal resi­ dences nnd businesses cun help prevent wustcwutcr overflows by m inim izing the am ount o f fats, oils, and grease (FO G ) disposed o f through plumbing drains. Inside u sewer, fuls, oils nnd u way that does not affect the students. We don’t wnnl to cut positions or.supplies to the schools, so nt this point, no one is looking at losing their job. However, there is n possibility thnl for everyone who resigns or •retires, w e’ ll look nl that position to see if wc can do without it, if wc can gel by for the next eight months without that person. "I ulso wnnl lo stress thut our goal would be lo do this without touching fund balance,” As o f June 30, tho fund grease change lo a plasler-like consislcncy und cun block the pipes, causing un overflow of untreated wastewater, she said. A t home, dispose of normal cooking oil and grease by put­ ting it in a container us pnrt of your solid waste rather than through your sink and plumb­ ing drain. Wiping nnd scraping pots, puns imd other utensils before washing them are impor­ tant steps in proper grease dis­ posal. If your business gencrnties wuste grease, fats, or oil you should have u grense inlerccp- tion systein that works effec­ tively.’ Acompany that recycles fuls, oils atid grease should regularly cican otit the grease trap. balance was just over $1.43 million. Sm ink said she. Superintendent D r. Robert Landry and board members would'soon meet lo discuss the cuts, and the slate has imposed, a Dcc. 19 dcudlinc to hnvc the spreadsheets relumed. They will likely discuss the future, bccuu.se Smink said she believes additional allotment reductions w ill be required after the state reviews the fourth quarter 2008 revenues in early 2009. the federal form of it, modeled after the origlmil law, Is the Jessica Lunsford Act. There are still some states thal hiive nol passed any form of the law, but others, like North Citrollna, have had legislators and senators working for over three years to get it passed. One of those is Rep. Julia Howard, who worked tirelessly to sec lhat the law was passed. “ As a m other und grandmother, 1 think back to when all this was going on in Florida, and it was just heurt- wrenching. 1 could identify wilh that small child and the terror she must have gone through, and no child should have to go through lhat. Nobody should have to go through that. We needed to .send a real strong message from North Carolina - don’t think you can come here and gel away with that,” she said, Howard wus one of a few c M n z tm a z о р е и / at P ö ' p L i i r S p r L l A / 0 S ^ o h o o l b b o ¡jawi« сИигоИ RíBct, Moctesvíltí • ззб-.,у2.5277 wwv/.poplarspringsschool.com я of hat oídcr ам> txjicñei^í я tasti of chrUtwBs past whíkv уои ' visit и HístoHo soVioolVioHse ои.SfltuKclay, РеовпсЬек is, zoos [ßiooa.vw.. ZiO ûf.m . U ) M l artists ялЛ tra fb ín ie n will Hayí some u.níc[nt Ltem í ■for salí. A |ii>rtí.0A. oif tVií fYoutt^s -(VoHv this sate will go bacte to the school -for fu t«« froÿra m a . 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She said thoy used tlie same language ns the legislulion in Floridu, but mude the NC law stronger. “We ure bringing these folks out of the dark. They can’t hide anym ore, áóine o f the opponents snid they [the offenders) can be rehabilitated, but they cannot be. W hile they áre under m onitoring and n doctor’s care, they may seem okay, but after thnl, when the opportunity comes to commit these crimes, they will tuke il. It’s un uddiciion, like alcohol or drugs. This does have quite un impact on our schools, but this is designed, lo keep our kids safe.” A list of adult sex offenders can be found at w w w .n cfin d o ffcn d er.co m . Juvenile offenders are nol lisled. i£ r-> M e r r y C h s is A ïïK È ttJ S t v c m Carter’s Conntrv Store 3 3 1 1 u s K w y 6 0 1 I I . • H o c k s v i l l e 3 3 6 - 4 9 2 - 2 6 2 5 I, BIG CHRISTMAS SALE! 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The Davie County Chamber of Commerce extends a big To Everyone Who Helped Make this Year’s Parade a Great Success! % T R A F F I C C O N T R O L M o c k s v i l i e P o lic e D e p a r t m e n t PARADE LINE-UP I CLEAN UP W a y n e W e b b , W e b b H e a t i n g & A i r B e t h l e h e m U M C T r o o p # 7 3 2 L e a d e r s h ip D a v ie - 2 0 0 8 - 0 9 C la s s & H e l p e r s 2008 PARADE JUDGES T o d d M e a r s - M e a r s C o r ^ t r u c t i o n ' S t a c y M o y e r - C o u n t y o f D a v i e - A d m i n i s t r a t i o n v S id n ie e $ u g g s - D a v ie C o u n t y A r t s C o u n c i l GRAND MARSHAL ^ B e t h D i r k s , D a v ie C o u n t y M a n a g e r ( L o n d o n & S y d n e y D i r k s ) Special Thanks to: S a n t a ( h o h o h o ) • T r a ile r s o f t h e E a s t C o a s t T o v m o f M o c k s v i l i e • D a v ie C o u n t y V F D ’s & E M S N a t i o n a l G u a r d A r m o r y C o l o r G u a r d C o m m u n i t y D e v e l o p m e n t C o r p o r a t i o n 1 5 2 0 W D S L R a d io • G r a d y & C a t h y M c C l a m r o c k D a n i e l F u r n i t u r e - • H o m O i l G D S / R e p u b l i c W a s t e Congratulations to this Year's Winners! 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Little wos cxpectcd from the War Eagles bccause Drew Absher was the only proven scorer coming into the sea­ son. They’re not supposed to be a team that can put up 50-pius points in a half, but don’t try to convince Eastern Randolph of lhat. Afler erasing a nine-point deficit in the fourth lo deny North Rowan 51-50. Davie turned a 19-6 deficit inlo a 78- 55 wipeout over Eastern Randolph. Both games were played at Davie. It was the kind of week that could springboard Davie to another level. Conch M ike Absher doesn’t have a ton of talent like other teams he’ll facc in tho Central Piedmont Conference, but he has a leam tliut underslunds whut it means to play as a unit. "Offensively we’re making that ex­ tra pass,” Absher said. "W e’re finding people and (point guard Alex Marion) Is a key pail of that. I see somo things lhat we work on that are actually be- • coming reality, th e pieces are there; We’ve got to keep finding a way lo put them logelher. We’ve just got to keep working." Davie trailed North Rowun 45-39 jwhen Jiimal Mayfielil suddenly became unstoppable. After hitting two Reid goals in the Tirst half, he scorcd 10 straight Davie points to pull his team wilhin 50-49. Twice Drew Absher fed him on Ihe breuk for 3-poinlers. On another faslbreak, Mayfield drew a foul and hit two free ttirows. ............... "He was big,” Absher said. “Wc practice those (p'ul^iip^fiTalpt Becau.se those are good shots, especially from a rebounding perspective. If you can do that - sprint, catch the ball and shoot it in transition - that’s a great skill to have.” Please See Rnllics ■ Page B4 North's Logan Hendricks (right) tries to rebound against Josh Cockman (left) and Russell Anthony. M id d le S c h o o l B o y s T e a m s B a ttle l/V o rth , N o tin g ... Davio wrestlers Alex Costner, Shelton Sales, M a tt G arretson, M a tt C usack, Jonathan H upp, Jared B arber, A aron Peoples and R icky Bell went a combined 37-0 in ttie Bandys Duals. Landon H a rris ’ low-post turn­ around w ilh 40 scconds left gave D avie’s varsity boys a 51-50 win over N . Rowan. D rew Absher and Jam al M uyfield combined for 37 points and eight steals in a 78-55 win over E. Randolph, which had a 19-6 lead. K ellie B ro w n’s putbackmade it 51-48 and Brown’s assist to M echel Gadson made il 53-48 as D avie’s varshy girls held off N . Rowan. W allace D u h art scorpd nine of his team-high 12 points during an 18-11 fourth-quarter run as D avie’s JV boys defeated N. Rowan 50-42. C a ra H e n d ric k s scorcd 14 poiots in a 55-26 blowout o f East­ ern Randolph. Ellis wrestlers A aron G utten- burg and Corvonn Peebles opened tlieir seasons with a pair o f pins. N . Davie wrestlers Toby Low e and B randon H orne are 4-0 with four pins. ' ' s . D a v ie w restlers B o b b y F o w le r, R ussell A n th o n y and Stephon Smoot are 4-0. Tia C lem ent scored 15 points and S arah S ponaugle 13 as S. D avie’s girls blew out N . Davie 32- 16. , ^ Austin' Sloan hit a go-ahcad 3 asN , D avie’s boys overcame an'l 1- point, fourth-quarter deficit to beat Ellis 46-44. Cody M iirtin ’s basket with 15 seconds left gave S. D avie’s hoys it 43-41 win over N . Davie, which led by lOjin the third. By B rian puts Davie Entcrpri.se Rccord The Ellis, North Davie and South Duvie boys basketball teams have been on one heck of a rollcr-coasicr ride when facing cach other. Early in the year, Ellis edged South Duvie 39-36 on a last-second 3 by Nick Boswell. Last week the wild ride continued. Both games between the county rivals produced amazing comebacks, monu- ' mental collupses, wasted chances and dramatic shots. Ellis biiilt n 37-26 Ictid over North Davie, only lo watch the Wildcats fight buck for u 46-44 win. South jumped all over North in Ihe early going, thfn wulched Norlh roar into a 10-poinl lead. Then South came back and won 43-41 on a late bucket by Cody Murtin. NorthlcdEllls 17-10 ufter one quur- ter, but when thè hulf ended, Ellis some­ how hnd u 24-21 lead. Ellis ruled the third 13-5 for the 37-26 lead. The Wildcats were down by 11 wilh four minutes lo play, but they made plays when they had lo and oulscored Ellis 20-7 in the fourth. Ben Beeson nnd TYavis Holden bunged 3-pointers before Austin Sloan drained u go-ahead 3. Beeson’s 3 with a minute left gave North a one-point lead. Ellis’ Peylon Sell answered wilh a 3. Aaron Brown hit two clutch free throws fof North, and Cameron Heaggins made a steal with five scconds left to close the door on Eliis.' Logan Hendricks und Beeson had 15 and 10 points, respectively, for North. Sell’s 12 and KenyonTiiium’s lOpaced Ellis. Please See Battles - Page B8 Logan Hendricks defends South's Caleb Martin. Davle W restler# Ham m er Í To 8-0 ¿'U,' D iivic’s wrestling team roared through the Bandys Duals aiid Reynolds with the domination volume cranked ali the way up. In the Bandys tournament, the un.- defcaicd War Eagles sliced up Conc^oiy (79-0), McMichael (66-15), SouthwMl Guilford (78-6), Bandys (64-9) and Rock Hill (50-21) by a combined 337^ 51. They seized 71 of 81 individual matches, racked up 38 pins (lo opp¡^ ncnls’ six) and built a 38-0 lead oVCr Rock Hill, which was 4-0 on the day before meeting Davie. , "Rock Hill had been killing people," coach Buddy Lowery said. “We started at 145 and didn’t lose a match until we got lo a state chump at 112. That was the best lineup we could put on the mat, We had (Jonathan) Hupp at 171, aiiii our technique was pretty sound.” ^ For Ihc day, Alex Costner, Shelton , Sales, M all Garretson, Malt Cusack and Hupp went 5-0. Jared Barber, AarQp Peoples and Ricky Boll went 4-0. Hupp and Bell led the way will) four pins cach. D avic gol three pins fro ^ M ichael Waters, Sales, Garretson, Cusack, David Oakley and Peoplesj Shane Carter, Oarrett Cookson, Zach Vernon and Barber Chipped in two pins upicco. Davie has extraordinary depth. That wus typified by senior Tunis Jeffericj' debut. He gol a pin in the first matéh he’s ever wrestled. He didn’t even wrestle in middle school. '! "W c dom inated,” Low ery said. "There were some teams that didn't have their whole lineup, but 1 can’t help that.” V The Central Piedmont Conference opener al Reynolds was no different. Davie pounded away 75-6 for an 8 ^ overall record. The pinners were Oak­ ley, Vernon, Cusack, Rusty O ’Connor, Hupp, Barber and Bell, ■ i Cusuck (11-0), Hupp (10-0) and Barber (7-0) huve dazzled to unbeaten records. But they’re far from the only ones who have excelled. Garretson is 12-1, Sales 11 -1, Waters 10-1, People 10-1, Costner 10-2, V ernon’9 -¿ ' O'Connor 6-1, Bell 7-2, Oakley 8-4 u ^ Carter 7-4. Fre.shman Costner has won n i^ , straight. Bell is riding a six-match wiiE ning streak nnd Carter hns won six iK seven. ^ ■ The War Eagles wrestle at North Forsyth on Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. They c o ^ pete in the Twin'City Rumble at Gleijfl' on Dec. 13. "nicy host West Forsyth on Dec. 17 nt 7. That showdown wili held at South Davie Middle. Iii JV Girls Dominate By 27,29 Points D avie’s JV girls basketball team couldn’t hnve played much belter last week, tormenting North Rowan (47-20) nnd Eastern Randolph (55-26) in a pair of nonconference road games. The War Eagles (3-0) bolted to an 11-2 first-quarter lead over North Rowun. The lead flowed from Taliah H olland, M yshia Turner, Carmen Grubb and Ashton Swicegood. ' They poured it on in the third, outscoring North 19-7. Holland and Gmbb combined for nine points in the third. “We got cranked up,” coach M ike Gamer said. ‘Taliah came out playing strong in the second half. If we cun play like thal every quarter, we’d be awe­ some.” For the game Grubb and Holland had nine points each. Laum Shelton had eight, Turner seven and Swicegood six. Cara Hendricks went scoreless at North Rowan, but she made amends at E. Randolph, scoring 14 as Davie domi­ nated all facets of the game. Garner em ployed the lineup o f Grubb, Hendricks, Swicegood, Shelton and Holland as Duvie belted the,hosts 22-2 in Ihe third. That blew the game wide open und resulted in a 45-18 lead. "Thai was my fairiy quick lineup that 1 pluy sometimes,” Gamer said. "Wo had a team playing man-to-man on us pretty much the whole game, and they jusl couldn’t stay with Cara. So she was taking it to the hole and scor­ ing.” Davie got eight points from Grubb, seven from Swicegood, six from Rebekah McCann and five each fro^ Shelton, Holland and Liz Hartman. *•" "We’d go to fullcourt press,” he safS. "W e’d go to a 1-2-2. They’d cijlj timeout and we’d change it up artd maybe go to u mnn-to-man.” Please See Dom inate • Page B5 S outh’s C lem ent, Sponaugle ^ O verm atch North D avie G irls Tia Clement shoots a floater, Tia Clement and Sarah Sponaugle overwhelmed visiting North Duvie and led South Davie’s giris basketball team lo u 32-16 win. Sponnugle nnd Clem enl scored neurly as many points in the first quar­ ter as North did in the game. It was the second straight win for South, which started 0-2. Nprlh, meanwhile, dropped to 0-2. “I saw little spurts of what I’ve been expecting all year,” South coach Gloria Chalmers said. South broke into the win column enriier in the week against visitingLcx- inglon, winning 27-16. A l'3-3 .spurt in the second sent South to the locker room with a commanding 21-9 lead. While Clement scored a ho-hum 14 points, it was a breakout day for Emerni Gadson, who scored 11. She had four in the first two games, Clemenl scored in every quarter against North Davie and rmi.shed wilh 15 points. Her eighth-grade average is 14.3. Dating to last year she has seven straight double-figure games. “Tiiey were really pressuring us on the inside,” Chuln^ers said. “Wc pulled Tia out and she knocked down a 3. That brought their defense buck out, and ihen we were able to pul Tiu inside. The^ she was able to get some easy points. It’s good to have a versatile player like thut." ■>: W hen Clem enl wasn’t hurling North, Sponaugle was. After being lim i ilcd lo 11 poinls in the first three games'. Please See South - Page Bj> it-» B2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 11,2008 f é - î '' b *' Щ [ - Justin Wallace gives Ills all during the 30 seconds defensive skills drill while Brantley Angell and David Conrad lool< on. Every C hild Is A W inner Upward Basketball, Cheerleading Programs Hosted At Blaise First Deer Cody Hendrix shot his first deer on Nov. 28. Alongside Cody was his hunting buddy, Papaw Jerry. Every child is a winner, That i.s one of the key mottos for the Upward prguniziition and the sports teams that have played under that organization’s banner sincc its founding, j "U pw ard baslcctball and chccrlcading w ill be a fun ixpericnce for all the boys and girls that participate,” said Тип King, director of the league hosted by BIn|se Baptist Church of Mocksville. ; This league is for children in the K-6th grades. The basketball side is for boys nnd girls with each having their own league. ; “What is really unique about Upward is the evaluation system used that promotes balnnccd and competitive teams is well as a substitution system \vhich creates cqnai playing time for all participants,” King ^ttid. ‘The teams will be fonned based upon the skill levels of the flayers. Each team will have the ¿amc number of good players as Well as novice players. No team (s unfairly loaded up.” Through Upward, children nre exposed to quality coaching and sport development, he said. “Upward emphasizes character nnd integrity instead of a win at all costs inentality sotnetimes associated with tpday’s sports world,” he said. League organizers arc hoping for between 100-200 players in this, the nr.st year, of the basketball and checrleuding league. There will be u one-hour practicc, once per week, starting after New Year’s and one game cach Saturday starting Jan. 24. Practices, and game times, will be determined by the number of players participating. “ Another awesome thing about Upward basketball are the weekly awards earned by the players", says M ike Draylon of the Serving Him Ministry. "The players can earn awards each week based upon the charactcr traits they display and effort put forth out on the court. I’m really excited about this program and w ill serve as tho devotions commissioner for the league. 1 know that this league will only be successful if the community gets behind it and we arc seeing many churches getting involved with this program so that it will indeed be successful. We thank all of those volunteers,and wc could use even more.” To spread Ihe word about the new league, pamphlets huve been distributed to many of the area schools as well as several businesses volunteering to act as information agents. Registrations and player evaluations are under wuy, There is one more registrution and evaluation date remaining - Saturday, Dec, 13. Anyqne wishing to have their child be a part of this basketball and cheerleading program can bring Ihelr child to the Family Life Center at B laise Baptist between 9:30 a,m. and 2 p.m. H ave your child ready by having them in footwear appropriate for the four skill drills, for basketball, thut they w ill be taking part in. For more information about Ihe Upward basketball and cheerleading programs, or for answers lo any questions pertaining lo the registrations and evaluations, conlact the Blaise. Baptist office at 751- 3639 or call to volunteer with the Upward programs. Big Deer Lorrl Jones speaks to a family about the Upward league registration process. Shane Poplin shot this 13-point buck on Nov. 21 on à hunting trip In Illinois. First Buck Summer Sutherland, 13, of Mocksville, killed her first buck on Friday, Dec. 5 while hunting with her Uncle Larry in the Wyo communily of Davie County. Shane Callahan shows great form during his shooting skills evaluation. Old School: Davie Sports From 1992 • Jason Rico had 12 points opened wilh a 61-56 win over und eight rebounds as Davie’s Stalesville. Brandon Scott and varsily boys biiskelbiill leam Nicky Fisher added 11 points Cefebrate ( k b y 's f i r s t C b r fs b n a s i Pholos will publish on Christmas Day. Share your new addition witli your' family & friends, near & far for: ■ only $10 lor full color picture blocki DAVIB O O U N TY ENTERPRI/i^GCORD L tM L iÊ T Ê G Ê T Deadline for photos: Thursday, December 18 ■ fax: 704-630-0157 ■ omall: cla66adsasallsburyposl.com ■ call: Classlllads at 704-707-4220 (vis,wc.«»(xi ■ drop oil or mall: Salisbury Post PO Box 4639,131 W. Innes Sl„ Salisbury. NC 28145 Baby's Name; _ Data of Birth: _ Parent’s Name: Contact Name: Conlact Number:. Message: ______ each. Gerald Roberts scorcd 14 in the next game, a 65-62 loss to North Davidson. Jason Phelps had 10. • Davie’s Ben Edwards, a junior sweeper, made- the nll- Centrul Piedmont Conference team in soccer. Currie Brown was honored in tennis. She wus Dnvie’s top seed, going 13-7 overall and 8-6 in the CPC. • Uly Orisctle missed a PDA Tour playing curd by a gnat’s eyebrow. In PGA Qualifying School, he needed to finish among the top 40 .scores over six days and 108 holes. He nni.shed 41st with a totui score of 433. The cutoff was 432. Grisclle did receive a Nike Tour card for the ‘93 season. • M aria Newsome had 14 points, Carrie Brown 12 and Shannon Umberger nine, but D avie’s varsity girls lost the opener 54-50 to Statesville. The 6-2 Newsom e com piled 11 points, 11 rebounds und five blocks in u 70-55 win over North Duvidson. . VEAGLE RENTALS, lltC. QwHty Equlpmeiit ~ Excepttoral Service I O v e r 2 , 0 0 0 K e r n s ! ! ! — Also Doing— General iquipmeiit & Small Engine Repairs NOW Open in Mocksville 204 Cooper Creek Dr, (Across from Wal-Mart Shopping Center) (136) 75S-1445 Mon-Fri 7:30 am-5:30 pm S Sal 7:30 am-12:00 noon 10 Pointer Lewis Swicegood, right, shot his first buck, a 10 point, 185-pound deer on Nov. 24. He thanked his Uncle Todd Swicegood (left) for putting him on the deer and Mackie ly/lcDaniel for the experience. GRAND OPENING SPEC IA LS! 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They hadn’t experienced defeat since a 53-27 decision to Howard Riddle’s South Davie Tigers in 2002, and their record since 1987-88 was 268-7-1. They won 74 straight before last year’s 48-48 lie wilh West M c­ Dowell, and they started 3-0 this year to extend the streak to 88. It was the longest such streak in K irk’s storied career. His 1994, 1995 and 1996 teams went undefeated. After losing four times over the next six years, North began the 87-0-1 run in 2003, The Wildcats were coming off 64- and 33-point romps, bul they couldn’t compete with SW Randolph, North wns pinned in the first five weight classes for a 30-0 deficit. M att Vernon slowed the bleeding with a first- period pin at 125, and Austin York pinned at 135 to trim the deficit to 36-12, The Wildcats dodged a sca- son-opening bullet in a 52-42 win over China Grove, erasing a 24-6 deficit. But there w6re no late-match heroics this time as SW R knocked North out at 140, 145 and 152. ■ A t 51-12 wilh four weights to go, the outcome was dccidcd. North did take three of the final four, with quick pins from Toby Lowe and Brandon Horne and a 10-2 maj6r decision from Cole Blankenship. A ll told, SW R grabbed 10 of 15 weight classes and controlled nine of the match’s 13 pins. The hosts knocked o ff three un­ beaten W ildcats - Brandon Joplin, Logan Hendricks and Jordan Foucheux. Notes: Lowe and Home are steamrolling. Both are 4-0 with four pins,,., Vemon and Blan­ kenship are also 4-0, ,„ North took Five of eight preliminary matches. The winners were George Bohena (pin), Hunter A ref (pin), Jason Mace (10-1), Trenton Briggs (pin) and Dylan Kennedy (pin). E llis W re s tle rs C o m e O u t S tr o n g The Ellis wrestling team made things look ea.sy in Ihe firsl two mutches, beuting East A lexander 60-27 and East W ilkes 66-24, Coach Jason Hooker got 2-0 starts from five guys; Oniver Candido, Aaron Gutlenburg, Cameron Peebles, Corvonn Peebles and Jonathan Tise, Guttenburg and Corvonn Peebles pinned both of their opponents. Going 1-1 for Ellis were Cameron Allien, Tyier Correll, Seth Dunn, Parker Grant, Anyus Holm un, Jay Law son, Trip M cN eill, Harrison Sales and Austin Whitaker, S o u tii W re s tle rs C ru is e T o 3 rd W in South D uvie’s wrestling team cmiscd to a third straight win lust week at Thomasville, 78-16, The wins have come by 51, 33 and 62 points. South (3-1) was a winner before the match began. Tho- musville hundcd over eight for- feits, or 48 points. O f the eight guys that Thomasville sent lo die mat, five of them were pinned by Caleb Mathis, Bobby Fowler, Lazaro Sanchez, Russell An­ thony and Alex Jacobs. The forfeits went to Micah Fuller, Colton Orrell, Nathan Howard, Lance LuRoquc, Jamal Lackey, Stephen Smoot, Heath Nail and Carlton Booe. Fowler is 4-0 with all pins. Anthony and Smoot are ulso 4- 0. Mathis and Jacobs have one loss, bul all three of iheir wins arc pins. E llis G irls Thu m p N orth The Ellis girls basketball leam put on a show last week at N orth D avie, thum ping the Wildcats 40-7. Ellis’ offense is getting better. It scored 18 and 24 points in the first two games. W hile Ellis was sailing to­ ward a 3-0 record, the Wildcats wore stumbling through their season opener. .. _ "We shot the ball the best that we’ve shot it,” Ellis coach M ike Morgan said. "You could tell it made a big difference hav­ ing a couple games under your belt. Every one of them is im­ proving a little bit every day. Some of Ihem got to play for the first time, and you could see Iheir progress.” The Jaguars rocked North 16-4 in the first quarter. Amy Stellcr (seven points), Caroline M iller (four) and Allie Slabach (four) did the damage, Steller settled for nine points, the third time she’s scored at least that, Bul she got ample help from Salem Camey (six), A nne-M arie H arvey (six). M iller (four), Slabach (four), Elizabeth Smith (four) and Ivey Cumey (three), Jill Duffner led North with four points. "I was pleased, too, bccausc some of the ones that play ull the time didn’t get to ploy ns much, und my team has a real good attitude,” Morgan said. "There wasn’t any pouting or any o f that stuff. M y starters (Steller, M ille r, Slabach, S. Carney and Sydney Wooten) supported their teammates who don’t get to play us much. It’s enjoyable coaching when you’re not dealing with any at­ titudes or problems.” The halftime margin was 22- 4, and it swelled to 34-7 in the third. Morgan said his inside depth gives him all kinds of op­ tions defensively. He can rotate giris without skipping a beat, " I’ve got a lot of post play­ ers who ate close ability-wise, and it’s a good thing for a coach bccause that gives us 30 fouls that wc have without somebody getting in foul trouble,” he said, Noics; Slabach and Wooten have scored in all three games, Ellis 40 - Amy Steller 9, Sa­ lem Camey 6, Anne-Marie Har­ vey 6, Caroline M iller 4, Allie Slabach 4, Elizabeth Smith 4, Ivey Camey 3, Allie Fruits 2, Sydney Wooten 2, N . 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But Ihe guard certainly distinguished himself in lasl week’s 50-42 win al North Rowan. Duharl’s nine-point outburst in the fourth quarier wns the iliffercnce for the War Eagles, who led 32-31 before blowing past North 18-11 in Ihe fourth. Duhart came alive after scoring three points in the first seven quarters of the season. He finished with 12 points. “You talk about someone who came through," coach Jeff Walton said. “It was his pen- jjtration. 1 told him all week to penetrate, penetrate, penetrate. That’s what he did. And lie hit a 3-pointer with a minute and a half left that broke their backs." Duhart’s triple gave Davie a four-point lead. Davie played liol potato wilh the rock, sharing the ball and producing four players with at least seven points and nine to­ tal scoters. Alex Nowmun had nine. Lake Slabach eight and Darius Wilson seven. “It was definitely a team ef­ fort," he said. “I played 12 guys out of 15." Notes: Poor rebounding and foul shooting nearly cosl Davie the game. "We were terrible al the frce-throw line," he said. "We're going to practice that.” Dnvlc SO, N, Rownn 42 - Wallace Duharl 12, Alex New­ man 9, Lake Slabach 8, Darius Wilson 7, Blake Simmons 4, Teddy Allen 3, Rahcem Marlin 3, Taylor Jones 2, Jawuugn Ar­ nold 2. Wallace Duhart carried Davie In the fourth. Alex Newman goes for a basket.Jawaugn Arnold takes a jump shot. Jeff Walton is a first-vear head coach for the Davle JV bovs basketball team. - Photos bv James Barrinaer H itrris Rallies... Continued From Page B l Marion helped spark the fu­ rious comeback by scoring seven points in the third. After scoring 12 points in the firsl three games, Jamal M ayfield erupted for 12 points lo go wilh five rebounds. “Johnny M ille r said: ‘Marion’s really close lo bust­ ing out,” ’ Absher said. “And he scored seven poinls in the third. Those were big shots." Absher called timeout with North ahead 50-49, and his son. Drew Absher, and Landon Har­ ris executed his play just the way he drew il up. Absher bounced il lo Harris on the low block. Harris hit a textbook turnaround with 40 seconds left. Jamal M ayfield grabbed N orth’s missed shot wilh 19 seconds left to .«ical the win. “Landon’s played three pretty good games in a row,” he suid, “(The rally) was pretty amazing. The thing that makes you feel good is our guys didn’t give up. As coach (Doug) llling would say, you’ve jusi gol lo outscore them by one." Harris’ stock continued to rise as he nailed six of nine shots for 13 poinls. Absher had U points and five assists, while James M ayfield ripped down seven rebounds. Davic 78, E. Randolph SS The final margin was not in­ dicative of how the game started. The Wildcats had Davic reeling when they scorcd 19 o f the game’s first 25 points. In Ihe first quarier Davie missed 13 of 16 shots and nil seven 3-point at­ tempts. W hat’s more, il was outrebounded 13-5. Remarkably, Ihe War Eagles regrouped and outscored East­ ern 46-18 in the middle quarters. From the second quarter on, they shot a blistering 28 of 52 (54 percent), including 9-of-18 marksmanship from beyond the arc, They were so efficient they committed four turnovers in the final 24 minutes. “We finally gol some easy buckets off our defense," Absher said. “That got us going. We re­ bounded better during that time, too, which allowed us to gel oul and go.” Absher had been a time bomb waiting to (ielonnte, so it wasn’t surprising to sec one of the lop scorers of all time break loose for 21 points. He added 8 assists and four steals. “I felt Drew was close to busting oul," his father said. “We told him al halftime to shoot Ihe ball, and he finally hit n spurt that he’s been look­ ing for.” Absher and Jamal Mayfield nearly outscored ER by them­ selves in the second half (31 to 30). W hile Absher poured in 18 after halftime, Jamal scored 12 of his 16 in the second half. Jnm nl M ay flc id Three limes the unflappable jun­ ior made a steal in the frontcourl and dashed lo ihe other end for a layup. Mayfield had eight re-' bounds to go with his four steals. Absher, Jamal, Marion and Harris are something lo watch in the open floor. “When we run, wc'rc pretty good becausc il gives us extra rebounding opportunities,” Ab­ sher said. “When the defense is chasing you, it's easier to get an offensive rebound. When you have Jamal, Alex, Drew and Landon making 3s, we’re pretty good on offense.” There were several factors in the win, James M ayfield con­ tributed seven points and eight rebounds. Harris hit two 3s dur­ ing an 18-5 surge in thi second quuner. Marion had five poinls and five assists. And freshman center Shan­ non Dillard made a solid debut after missing the first four games wilh a knee injury. He reporled for Ihe first time wilh 19 .seconds left in the first quarter, with the deficit 19-6. Dillard took the inbounds pass and scored on his first high-school touch. He wound up 3-for-3 from the fioor. In the second half, he got the first of what will be several hun­ dred blocks, redirecting the shot inlo the first row. “Thai’s a gtcal start,” Absher said. “I put Shannon in wilh the score 19-6 because I Ihought maybe a puiback or blocked shot would spiirl us. (A blocked shot) energizes us. I think back lo big C liff (Bums) and the tiines when it looked like people were go­ ing lo score and they didn’t. That cnn lend to a lot of good things.” Joey Taylor (nine points) put the exclamation mark on the evening, scoring the final seven Davie points. The big man hit a 3-pointcr. He wasn’t satisfied. On the next trip down, he hit a long two (a toe was on the line). “In basketball class Joey practices that shot, and I let him practice it,” Absher said. "But I would have never thought he would have gotten it in a game.” Notes: Davie was one of 13 from the floor when freshman Denzel Redmon’s jumper cut ER’s lead lo 14-6. Dillard’s first career shot ignited a 20-5 run. W hal a freshman combination. ... Davie plays at North Rowan on Dec. 12, at home to West Rowan on Dec. 17 and ot home against Ledford on Dcc. 18. Davie 51, N . Rowan SO - Jamal Mayfield 14, Landon Har­ ris 13, Drew Absher II, Alex Marion 7, Joey Taylor 4, James Mayfield 2. Davic 78, E. Randolph 5 5 - Absher 21, Jamal Mayfield 16, Taylor 9, Harris 8, James M ay­ field 7, Shannon D illard 6, Marion 5, Denzel Redmon 4, P.J. Neely 2. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 11,2008 - B5 9th Boys Open With Win The Davie freshman boys bnskctball team used a 28-16 run in the second quarier lo de- fcnt visiting Watauga 63-50 in lasl week’s season opener. Seven plnyers scored in the second quarter, led by W ill Beeson’s seven poinls. Cam­ eron Phillips, Josh Crickard, Mitchell M iller, Kevin Miller, Adam Smith and Caleb McGee contributed to the run, Beeson and Kevin M ille r had nine points each to lead coach M ike Dinkins’ War Eagles. Kentrell Ray added eight. Crickard had seven while Smith and Blair Carson had six each. Dinkins’ assistant coach is Andy Caudle. Davic 63, Watauga SO - W ill Beeson 9, K evin M ille r 9, Kentrell Ray 8, Josh Crickard 7, Adam Smith 6, Blair Carson 6, Cameron Phillips 5, Mitchell M ille r 4, D avis Absher 3, K irkland Bowles 2, Caleb McGee 2. War Eagle Giris Squander 19-5 Lead By Brian Pitts Davic Entcr])risc Rccord Just when it appeared the Davie varsity girls basketball team was hitting its stride and gaining momentum, il fell apart. After the Wur Eagles closed slrong to hold off visiting North Rowan 53-48, they exploded to a 19-5 lead on Eastern Randolph ;herc Friday. Davie, however, ' unraveled und lost 46-42. “Where that (lead) went, I don’t know,” conch Debbie Bvuns said ufter Davie slipped to 2-3 in nonconfercnec play. Tw o A lex Keiser assists helped Davic to a 27-22 third- quarter lend over North Rowan. But leading scorer Kellie Brown rolled her ankle Inter in the quur­ tcr, and things remuined tight deep into tho fourth. The spark turned out to be someone nobody cxpectcd - Mechel Gud.son, who quit the lenm after nine games lust ycur und scored just five poinls in her first two uppearances this year. She scored five straight points to swing the momentum, stcul- ing the ball at halfcourt, driving all the way in, spinning und bunking it home while drawing a foul. Wilh the Davie crowd on its feet. North called timeout. Moments later, Gadson powered to the lane, drew a foul und made two free throws. Gadson’s coming-out party included II points, seven re­ bounds and 5-of-8 accuracy al the line. “Gadson stepped up huge for us,” Evans said, “N 9 doubt about it. We hud to huve some power inside, nnd she was the first one to get the message that, hey, we've got to get lo the rim. We've seen flashes of it. She needed a little confidence and the experience. She only played half the year last year. Hopefully she cun keep going forward wilh that. That’s whal we’re looking Haley I\/liller races to the basket. for out of her. It sparked lhat run." Brown returned lo Ihe floor in lime to rebound her own miss nnd score for a 51-48 lead wilh a minute left. Brown’s assist lo Gadson with 33 seconds left scaled the deal al 53-48. Asia Steed played big down the stretch us well, scoring six of eight Duvie points in one stretch. Duvic got seven points and six steals from Ashley Smoot, five points and three assists from Keiser, eight points from Slccd, seven points and 10 rebounds from Sarah Evans and five points from Janna Dixon. Elyssa Tucker contributed three assists. Brown failed lo score double figures for Ihe firsl time, but she still put up four points, five steals and four rebounds despite missing significant time wilh Ihe ankle issue. “That’s the typo of game you want your senior ball handler und scorer in there," Evans .said. “1 .said: ‘If you can go, let’s go.’ She’s gol the strength and expe­ rience to score. That’s a big plus." With Tonesha Turner silting oul with an injury, Keiser and J. Dixon stepped up und filled the void. “They held their own while running the point for us,” Evans said. E. Randoipii 46, Davic 42 A win looked like u sure thing when Davie jumped on ER 19- 5. Bul Davic is a young team still learning lo play, and it collapsed and let the Wildcats off the hook. The loss soured the team’s mood. It could have been 3-2 instead of 2-3. “Wc had some intensity, we were making some shots and we were handling the ball O K ,” Evans said of the fust start. “We were doing the things wc had talked nbout.” The fourth quurtcr wns a mess. The War Eagles shot one of 16 from Ihe floor and three of 14 from the line. By contrast. Eastern hit six of six free throws in the fourth and 11 of 14 for the gume. “We let them back in il at the end of the finsl half,” Evans said. “Turnovers gave them six quick points in the last minute and gave them some life. We came out in the second h alf and struggled, turning the ball over nnd scoring-wise.” Notes: The loss spoiled nice numbers for Turner (12 poinls, three 3s, six rebounds) and Brown (11 points, 12 rebounds). Tucker hud five slenls, while Keiser scored nine poinls. ... Davie plays at Norlh Rowan on Dcc. 12, ul home lo West Rownn on Dec. 17 nnd al home against Ledford on Dec. 18. D avie 53, N . Rowun 48 - Mechel Gadson II, Asia Steed 8, Sarah Evans 7, Ashley Smoot 7, Alex Keiser 5, Jannu Dixon 5, K ellie Brown 4, Elyssa Tuckcr 2, Mnlcia Stevenson 2, G adson Brittani Stewart 2. E astern R andolph 46, Davic 42 - Tonesha Turner 12, Brown 11, Keiser 9, Evuns 5, Smoot 3, Tucker 2. Sadie Lagle beats defenders to the goal. D o m in a t e . . . Continued From Page U l Notes: Holland, Swicegood and Shelton have scorcd ut least five points in all three games. Davic 47, N. Rowan 20 - Cnnnen Grubb 9, Taliah Holland 9, Laura Shelton 8, M yshia Turner 7, Ashton Swicegood 6, Liz Hnrlman 4, Sadie Lugle 2, Kutcru Cockerhum 2. Davic 55, E. Randolph 26 - Cura Hendricks 14, Carinen Grubb 8, Ashton Swicegood 7, Rebekuh McCann 6, Laura Shel­ ton 5, Taliah Holland 5, Liz Hartman 5, Myshia Turner 3, Sadie Lagle 2. Taliah Holland keeps possession of the ball. 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This Dlle bowl games. You can pick them now and sit back and watch all the games and pig out. First Place this week goes to,., Ed Lankford who missed just 7 games but still needed the tie-breaker to edge out our runner up. The runner up this week was... Jacob Robertson who also missed ust 7 games but was a few points off in the tie-breaker. Here we are folks. Even though we have only college games in this final contest we will give you a little update on some other games. In high school we’re down to the finals and the big news is...Independence Is gonel That’s right, the guys from down in Richmond County knocked the Independence juggernaut out of the playoffs last week. West Rowan and Thomasville are still alive in their respective divisions. (Here are the pairings.,. State Farm* Piovldlng Insurance and Financial Services Home Ollico, Bloomlnglon. Illinois 61710 Brad Romino,Agent 3770 Clommons Ra Clemmons. 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DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE 1 1 Tie Breaker ' ■ Prcilicl the lolal score in Ihe following game. In eases of lies, 1 Ihe llebrealier will be used to determine the winners. 1 j Tie Breaker: FedEx Bow! 1 Oklahoma vs. Florida I nAME: Total PoinU Scored Battles... Continued From Page B l B8 ■ DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 11,2008 " “H endricks was solid,” North assistant Charlie Cren- Jhaw said. “Beeson hnd several hssists (to go with 10 poinls). We got good minutes from (Oarrett) Nestor and Slonn off Ihe bcnch. They hit some big fhots and they scrapped. Heag- feins plnyed a great defensive game.” Who would hnve thought North would take a double-digit jjpad on South when South Stored the first 12 points and 15 of the first 187 South appeared jvell on its way to knocking North all ai;ound the gym when I'jvins Cody and Caleb Martin tombined for 19 points in the iirst quarter. r North wiggled off the hook iind used an 11-2 run to close to jjl-lP at the half. North’s run extended to 30-8 in the third, when the lead grew to 33-23. Soutli got off the deck and re­ sponded w ith a 10-0 run to jnake it 33-30 by Ihe end of the third. The biggest shot was Josh bockman’s 3. ; “It was mlddle-school bas­ ketball at its best,” South coach Brent Wall said. With the Tigers in jeopardy pf falling lo 0-4, they flourished in the fourth and outscored North 13-6. Devon Parks’ six poinls and Caleb Martin’s four Spurred South down the stretch. I "Devon stepped up big- lime," W all said. “His confi- ilence is getting belter. You’ve got lo retnember, he didn’t get II whole lot of plnying lime Inst year. When he did, il wns mostly Inop-up time.” • Parks’ slenl-nnd-lnyup gave Pouth a three-point lead. North lied il from downtown. After the jcams exchanged turnovers, Cody Mnrtin nniled n tiebrenk- Ing, 10-foot runner with 15 sec-' onds left. In thé dying scconds North twice missed the front end of u one-and-one. That was a theme as North missed eigiit of nine free throws in the fourth. Caleb and Cody Martin fin­ ished with 15 and 14 points, re­ spectively. Parks added a sea­ son-high eight. W hile Cody’s scoring wns a senson high, Cnleb registered double figures for the third lime in ns many Iries. Norlh gol II poinls cnch from Brown and Hendricks, who has 26 in two games. “Hendricks and Brown played their guls oul,” Crenshaw said. “They scorcd 11 each and lliey worked for it, loo.” Ellis is l-2„ South 1-3 and North 1-1. Lexington 45, S. Davle 37 - Cnleb Martin 11, Josh Cockman 9, Cody Martin 8, Devon Pnrks 4, Ruekwon Orny 3; Adnm Peoples 2. E llis 44 - Peyton Sell 12, Kenyon Tatum 10, Jeremy Wnlker 8, Nick Boswell 7, kur­ tis Banner 2, Karch Arey 2, Stone Stroud 2, Josh Rominger 1. N. Dnvie 46 - Logan Hen­ dricks 15, Ben Beeson 10, Travis H olden 5, A aron Brown 4, Cameron Heaggins 4, Chrislian Latham 3, Austin Sloan 3, GnrretlNcslor2. N . Dnvlc 41 - Lognn Hen­ dricks 11, Aaron Brown 11, Ben Beeson 6, Austin Sloim 5, Travis Holden 3, Garrett Nestor 3, Cameron Hcnggins 2. S. Dnvlc 43 - Caleb Mnrtin 15, Cody M nrlin 14, Devon Pnrks 8, Josh Cockm an 3, Johnathan Wiseman 2, Russell Anthony 1. Caleb Martin (left) and Evan Lankford of South try to stop the penetration of North’s Cameron Heaggins. South’s Russell Anthony makes a pass.There’s a wild scram for the ball.Branson Parnell goes in against Robert Daniel. Cody Martin elevates toward the rim The North Davie cheerleaders watch the dramatic finish in agony. Travis Holden attacks for North The South Davie crowd erupts when the Tigers make a big shot.- Photos by James Barringer DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 11,2008 - B9 m ; ^ t m *• íCít v' i t e Jennifer Webster guards Tia Clement. The Tigers smother an offensive player from North Davie In their win over North. South... Continued From Page B l Sponaugle broke oul wilh a ca­ reer-high 13. 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Mobys Coffee: Heavenly grounds "Heavenly grounds for your dally grind.” That Is Ihe theme at ■ Mobys Cottee In Hillsdale. Patrick and Aiiyson Sawtelie opened Mobys Coffee last February, It all began last year while the couple were traveling around North Carolina looking at other Mobys franchises. "We called It Moby Hopping," Aiiyson,remembers, They went to a Mobys In Mt, Airy for a praise and worship ses- . sion and were totally awed by the experience, “We felt like God was telling us to start tlie coffee shop,” says Aiiyson, “It was a very strong puli,” Patrick explained how they came to choose Hillsdale to start their franchise, “We actually brought the Mobys trailer to a Da­ vie County High School football event,” he says. “While we were there, a man approached us and told us that the Dairy Queen, building In Hillsdale might be available.” ' ' ■ ‘ The couple, thinking there was no. way they would be able to af­ ford it, went to the bank and were'offered a “phenomenal deal” to / be able to start their dream In that location, ‘K '-i ‘It took us four weeks and four days to open,” notes Patrick. "God literally moved mountains out of the way for us.” Patrick specifically remembers one huge mountain that was moved when they lound out a coffee house that was going out of business. They were able to get the entire Inside of that building for a ridiculously low price. They were able to furnish practically everything in the coffee house with that furniture. But the passion behind Mobys Is not coffee Patrick explains. “The other owners and ourselves didn't get Into this to make lots of ijioney,” he explains. “This is more about the ministry aspect to us. How can we make a difference In the community”? And making a difference they are. Last year, after the Davle High prom and until 3 am, they offered free drinks and free snacks to all the participants. Patrick says. “We wanted to give the kids a safe place to come after the prom. Everything they got here was absolutely free.” Patrick says parents called to ask If this was legitimate. The re­ sponse was ovenwheimlng. They had about 200 kids come that night. Most were still In their prom dresses and tuxedos. ■ Other community eVents/fundralsers have also been at Mobys since opening, such as an Autism Awareness benefit, two crulse- ins, and outdoor concerts. , . Mobys Coffee also offers praise and worship with live bands every Friday and Saturday night. The bands come and play for free In the coffee house. “The organization that helps wilh this music aspect is Serving Him Ministry,” Aiiyson says. “They have been Instrumental in get­ ting the praise bands in," Aiiyson says that the crowds have ranged from SO to 200 people on Fridays and Saturdays, The couple said their hope Is for Mobys to become a bridge for breaking down denominational barriers. “It's phenomenal to look out across the crowd and see all the different denominations standing together,” On Interesting note of trivia Patrick mentioned is that Davle County is one of the smallest counties In the slate, but It Is home to 104 churches, “Mobys helps bring these, people together,” Patrick notes, “Coffee shops are the like the wells of Biblical times-where people'wqiild.gather and visit,” • , , , People Who do not attend church regularly because maybe they don’t feel comfortable wftuld come here,” adds Aiiyson. The response from the community has been encouraging for the Sawtelles. they have had so many people come up to them .and say simply, "thank you” for doihgirtls; . ' '“Pf\ the. end cfl^^ach nigtil v<e plpse.'Wilh prpyer,”, Patrick notes!) ^ “We pr^y before and after praiSA :,^ Worship,’ Many plaMs we i; close the drive-thru during thw tln^because we want people to come inside and experience what God is doing In Ihis place.” One new thing Mobys has started is serving lunch and dinner. “We have soups, salads, wraps, sandwiches and hot dogs,” Pat­ rick says. “We use all Boar Head dell meals.” Mobys Is also selling up a temporary new location on Highway 601 near Davie High School next to Zeko’s Restaurant. "Wa will be open at that location Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 10:00 am," mentions Patrick. “We want to be available for Ihe high school students as they arrive on campus.” Another new aspect of Mobys elnce opening Is catering. They can cater dell trays, pastry trays, coffee service, etc. to businesses or family gatherings. They also deliver within a 5 mile radius, with a minimum order. Having a place outside of church to worshli^ |s one of the rea­ sons Patrick and Aiiyson fell In love with this frarichlso. They would like lo thank all those ^ho have been so supportlyo in this mission. Including Ihe Unharts, the Dillons, Serving Him Ministry, all the local churches, with special lhanks to Cornerstone. Christian and Blaise Baptist, and the community “We feel like we have taken a front line stand by being here,” Patrick notes. “This Is our passion." U G L Y R O O F S T IREMOVED FOR A UKE NEW LOOKI Nation's Laigsot & Oldest Rool Slain Ramovora Roof-Brii^ 785-2030 100 Royal Oak Dr.. W<inalon-Salem, NC 27107 ADVANCE RV REPAIR SERVICE III''’, ■■ '==> M o J o v T o Q M a io if^ home: 336-940-6219 CIU.Ì 336-309-3749rWATT QUEEN. 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But the weather didn’t stop thou­ sands of people from heading down­ town that afternoon - lining Ihc streets from Ihe Brock center to the bottom of Depot H ill - to watch Ihe parade. Hun­ dreds more rode on floats, marched and escorted the season inlo town. Following are the winners in the Davie Chamber of Commerce parade; • business, Autumn Core of Mocks­ villc, KountryKids Learning Center & Preschool; • civic/non-profit, Boy Scout Pack 574j • school, Shady Grove Bouncing Bullfrogs and Sizzling Cyclers; • church, Freedom Baptist Church; and • single, individual, Chad Thomas. p - I w ■ % # i ■ ' i ' ¡ m 1 K á í s - W k : . f-'J ' 1 , r ' V Hip Chicks Boutique entered one of the more colorful floats. Richard McDaniel, 3, of Mocksvllle, Is ready for the parade to start - wearing camouflage and a Santa hat and a toy to keep him busy. Even the little people had plenty of Christmas cheer to go around. IS Little cheerleaders show some spirit. Members of the Shady Grove Sizzling Cyclers dazzle the crowd. Members of the Davle High Marching War Eagles make their way up North Main Street. Julia Linville, Summer Lawson, Debbie Campbell, Sydnye Lawson and Alice Hanes watch the parade. Baxter the dog and Laney Metinbers of Cedar Grove Baptist Church sing Christmas carols Jaycocks of Advance are along the parade route. bundled up to stay warm. It’s appropriate that the Humane Society of Davle County float __________________________________________ had pets available for adoption ■ and some advice for pet owners. Smoko from the engine drew Interest to the Piedmont Antique Power Association float. V ' ' ' i ’ ’ ■ 4 ■. IF I C2. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 11,2008 ¿ ^ ¿ / r a F o s t e r S m i t h C e i e b r a t e s B i r t h d a y Laura Foster Sm ith cel­ ebrated her 90th birtliday with an op?n house on Saturday, Nov. 15 from 2-4 p.m. at the Fork Baptist Church Fellowship Building. The party was hosled by her children, Bob, Ron, and Johnny Smith and Lynette Braun. A pink color scheme was used at the eyent, catered by M rs., Smith’s niece, Nancy Ward. About 100 friends and fam­ ily attended. Out-of-town guesls were H ow ard W ilkings and daughter Judy Evens of Mon­ roe, Tanya Alford of Pittsboro, Lynette Braun of Moneta, Va., Rhonda Smith of Havelock, and Jennifer Seward of Morehead City. Mrs. Smith wore a purple and black silk ensemble. Her ' accessories included her origi­ nal wedding band, given to her by her late husband, Gray Smith, on July 3,1937. She also wore an amethyst necklace given to her by Jill Pryor, a friend of her daughter in Mon- eln. Her wrist corsage was pink roses. Guests were entertained in song, by JoAnn Johnsori, M elody Smith and Kenneth Munday. Round tables were decorated with white tablecloths and mir­ rored floral centcrpieces with a candle. A gift table and card basket table were covered \yith a white tablecloth. The guest register was attended by her granddaughter, Rhiana Smith. A table o f family photos and al- Laura Foster Smith bums was displayed, as was her teapot collection. The food table was covered with pink lace over a white tablecloth and accented with white and pink bolloons and a silver candelabrum with pilik candles: The food consisted of u vegetable platter with dip, cheese and crackers, cheese ball wilh Graham Crackers, meat­ balls, chicken salad with crack­ crs, pimento cheese sandwiches, chickcn salad sandwiches, pea­ nuts, fruit arrangement, ham sandwiches, m ini-chocolate eclairs and punch. The birthday cake, a sheet cake with a small round cake on top that held a 90lh birthday candle, was decorated with pink roses. D ic k m a n n -F e n s t e r m a k e r E n g a g e m e n t A n n o u n c e d Mr. and Mrs. Brian M . Dickmahn of Advance announce the etigagernent of their daughter, Elise N. Dickmann to Jason P. Fenstermaker, son of M r. and Mrs. Ken R. Fenstermaker of Yadkinville. The bride-cloct graduated with honors from East Carolina University in Greenville wilh a bachelor’s degree in nutrition and dietedcs. Tho groom-to-be graduated from Coastal Carolina University in Conway, S.C, with a bachelor’s degree in business administra­ tion witli a major in marketing/professional golf management. A fall wedding Is scheduled to be held In Winston-Salem, M y e r s -Q u in n . E n g a g e m e n t A n n o u n c e d Y M C A O f f e r i n g C h r i s t m a s C a m p Stephen and Janie Myers of Mocksvillc atinoinicc the engage­ ment of their daughter, Amanda Beth Myers to Justin B. Quinn, son of Barry and Sheila Quinn of Advancc. The bride-elcct is a graduate of Davie High School arid Forsyth Tech. §he is owner of Golden Shear Pet Spa and Boarding. She is the granddaughter of Bueford and Hazel Lambert of Mocksville and Ethel Myers and the late Hayden C. Myers of Mocksville. ;• The groom-to-be is a graduate of Davie High School and Forsyth Tech. He is employed by Bill Edward.s Plumbing. He is the grandson of Morie Benedict of Coruhna,'Canada and the late Perce Benedict, and the late Josh and Ella Quinn of Clemmons. The wedding is set for Feb. 13,2009 at Yadkin Valley Baptist Church, Advance. COWOUTSALI 4(T0FF E V E R Y TH IN G Fridays Saturday «Dec. 12 & 13 IClemnions Discount Sales! 1533 Lewisville-Clemmons Rd. 766-4449 • 766-4938 H ours: M on.-Fri. 9 to 7 • Sat. 9 to 5 A U Sales F in al • N o Exchanges • N o Refunds ............ ^ No Ions ^n«4. Buy Now Activate for Christmas Clemmoni3570 Clemmom Rd. (Hwy. 158) Clcmfnoov NC ?70)S? ’ Acfoji horn OemrMru Kitchen ' 336.766,8911 Sprint')i> ’ S p e d a le è stylisli M350 foi (ice iSÒmoil-iiuebaie I' 'sodi N«l«l SpiW Cu|> Piemotion.' 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This year, the Y M C A is offering Christm as Cam p, summer cnmp with a seasonal ■flare. “W e’re offering jtll the fun o f summer camp, from swimming to arts and crafts,” said David Shuit’, Davie Family Y M C A youth director, “but we’re also including seasonal fun, like caroling at nursing homes , imd baking and decorating Christmas cookies.” Camp w ill bc held at the Y M C A , allowing youth to take advantage of amenities like the gym, pool and youth ureas in a structured program. ‘This camp gives kids a taste of what summer camp is like at the Y M C A , w hile giving parents Ihe peace of mind that their child is in a safe program while they’re at work or just taking care o f last minute holiday errands.” Piuenls choose which days thoy want tho program,- which costs $25 per day. Participants do not need lo be members of the Y M C A or enrolled in the Y M C A ’s after school program. Registration will bo accepted through Friday, Dcc, 19. Contact the Y M C A at 751- 9622. 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In F e b r u a r y ' 2009, she will perform in a national louring pro­ duction of the children’s play, "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day”, adapted from the book with the same title, by Judith Viorst. She is Ihe daughter of Claude Buzzard of Advance and Lynn Bowden of H ighland Beach, Fla. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 11,2008 - C3 Ш 1 Ш Buzzard B r o w n ie T r o o p G iv e s T o S G V F D On Nov. 16, Girl Scout Brownie Troop 159 visited the Smith Grove Fire Department with thank you cards and goodie bags filled with treats for the firefighters. The girls got a tour of the department, and saw dem­ onstrations of the medical truck and a firefighter quickly putting on their suit. Fat-Free ACROSS1. Autumn bloomer 6. Chip’s chipmunk pal10. Street-vendor "Rolex,” e.g.14. "Whoopeer15. Score after deuce16. Like a broken bronco17 . acid (proteincomponent)18. Seemingly limitless19. NYC's Sth and 7th, e.g.20. Cash on the OInza21. 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Toddler's break Answers On Page C4 2008 Christttias Services First United M ethodist Church 310 North Main Street, Mocksviiie You are cordially Invited to the Seventy-Fourth Annual Candle Lighting Concert presented by the Chancel Choir 5:00 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 14 * 7:30 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 14 7:30 p.m., Monday, Dec. 15 Nursery Cure ProvitlctI LOCALLY OW NED SIN C E 1929 NEW CUSTOMER SPECIAL For New Customers - Sign up for our A U T O M A T I C K E E P F I L L P R O G R A M and receive a $25 Credit on your first Propane, Fuel Oil, or Kerosene delivery. Don’t miss this opportunity...CALL TODAY! Ollor good through 12/31 08. Not v.il.d u i//i nny othci oHoi • Automatic Keep Fill • Full Service Propane, Kerosene, and Fuel Oil Dealer • Gas Log Installation & Service • Tank-less Water Heaters • Furnace installation and Service • Free Estimates • Budget Payment Plan • 24 Hour Emergency Service 1 5 4 0 S I L A S C R E E K P A R K W A Y C u s t o m e r S e r v i c e ( 3 3 6 ) 7 2 2 - 3 4 4 1 w w w . q o c n c . c o m C4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 11,2008 it ; i' I' . . . i ! : : . i : it • M f-'.«Jf 'd : I ' i l Help Collect Toys At Saturday Poker Run, Pool Tourney District 4-H youth volunteer of the year award winner Savannah McGunigal (center, both photos), with the state officer team on left and at right, with Lyndsle Dore and Tracy Vogler of Davie’s 4-H team. 4-Her Honored For Volunteer Sen/Ice Savannah M cG unigal, a member of the Davie County 4 -H Teen Association, was recognized w ith the West C entral D is tric t Youth Volunteer of the year award. M cG u n ig al has shown outstanding leadership and volunteerism throughout the year as a coach for the Davie ' Eagles Cheerleaders, a Special Olympics cheerleading team, said Lyndsie D ore, Cooperative Extension agent ifocMiibflr isihe I? monlh for gMnfr Maka 1: i you A your car shine... ] $10% Of Iwash duringl December w ill g o t o AStorahouse For Jesus. i 'W A S H iS " • • “ t o ' n r * M o c k s v il l e A u t o P r id e C a r Wa s hN. Yadkinville Rd. Mocksville ■4- ,, ('across fmm Low es Hom e . rj- my;, ■ Improvement) fo r 4 -H and youth development. Special Olympics of North C arolina (S O N C ) provides program s fo r people w ith disabilities ages 8 and up. Finding volunteers is usually a challenge for this program. “ M cG u n ig al look this challenge and merged her love o f chcerleading and helping others to form the D uvie Eagles cheerleaders," Dore said. "Under her leadership. the cheerleaders took home bronze medals at the SO N C State C heerleading Tournament in March 2008,” In addition to being a coach fo r the D a v ie Eagles, M cGunigal also volunteers in other areas of Ihe community. She is the president o f the Davie 4 -H Teen Association, she serves as the youth representative on the D avie County Extension Advisory Leadership Council and the D avie 4 -H Youth A dvisory C om m ittee, she volunteers each summer with the Davie 4- H Summer Fun program, she is active in community service projects at Farm ington Com m unity Center, she is u trainer for the D avie H igh School football program and much more. “Savannah works hard to help others and her community and this aw ard is w ell deserved,” Gore said. A group of concerned bikers and a local business owner are answering the call to bring toys for needy families to A Store­ house for Jesus with a toy run this weekend. Moxies Bor on North Main Street in Mocksville is hosting its first Run for Toys Polar Bear Ride this Saturday morning. The ride, which is open to oil bikers and anyone else who wants to join, will leave Moxies at 11 a.m., and head to Union Grove for lunch at Double D's Bar and Grill on NC 901 North. After lunch, the group will retum to Moxies for a free poker draw and pool tournament. The winning poker himd will receive $50, the pool tourna­ ment winner will receive a tro­ phy. Statesville based band North of 40 will provide enter­ tainment later that evening, and all who participated in the run are invited free. If the weather proves too cold to ride, then everyone will drive the route in a convoy. The entry fee is $15 and the donation of a small unwrapped toy, valued aroimd $10. Anyone inlerested in joining the run, call M ike Gunning al 251-8595, or come to Moxies before the start of the run to register. La Leche Meeting Scheduled Dec. 17 La Leche League (LLL ) of Davie County is scheduled to meet on Dec. 17 at 10 a.m. at B laise Baptist Church in Mocksvillc. A ll pregnant and nursing mothers and their children are welcome. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the goal for the nation in 2010 is to have at least 75 percent of mothers initiate breastfeeding in the hospital and at least 50 percent continue until their baby is ut least 6 months old. In 1998, 64 percent of women begun breastfeeding in the hospital w ith o n ly 29 pcrccnt continuing until the bnby was 6 months old. " If we are to meet those goals, m othcr-to-m othcr support and education found through Lu Leche Leugue is essential," according to Davie L L L leader, Angela Amick. The American Acodemy of Pediatrics (A A P ) explains: “Studies on infants provide evidence that breastfeeding can decrease the incidence or severity of conditions such as diarrhea, ear infections and bacterial m eningitis. Some studies also suggest that breastfeeding may offer protection against sudden infant death syndrome (S ID S ), diabetes, obesity and asthm« among others. Research indicates that breastfeeding can reduce u mother’s risk of several medical conditions, including ovarian and breast canccr, and possibly a decreased risk of hip fractures and osteoporosis in the postmenopausal period,” Tho current recommendation from the A A P is exclusive breastfeeding for approximately the first six months and support for breustfeeding for the finst year and beyond as long as mutually desired by mother and child.” Crossword Answers Ule’re just a mouse-click away... D A V IE C O U N T Y ÍT “ E N T E R P R I / E | # E C O R Dnrmrn Go to the Davie County Enterprise Record website at www.enterprise-record.com for a convenient link to our latest edition. It’s your online connection to Davie County. Étìassifieds ) gübscriptíon^ ÍBeader’s PolQ Шва1Ьег С) Davie County... WeVe Got You Covered Online! Sudoku Solution Amick adds; "With the high incidence of cancer alone today, we need to do all we can to encourage prevention." Visit the Lu Leche League International website at IIILorg for more details. For more information about the Davie group, call Amick at 940-3334, IIIofdavie@gtHiiil.com. H a v e S u p p e r W ith S a n ta Hiwe supper with Santa. Duvie Schools nutrition em­ ployees w ill be there too on Thursday, Dec. 18, from 5-7 p.m. ut Mocksville Elementary School. Santa w ill be there lo hear each child's Christmas wish. Be sure to bring a camera for a photo. Pizza, snlud nnd a drink will be sold for $3. H I, m y nome is Grayclc nnd I ’d like to tell you about m y new little sister, C arlie Elizabeth. C nrlle was born November 13 at 6:01 p.m. at Forsyth M cdlcal Centcr. She weighed 4 Ibs. 14.8 oz. and was 18 Inches long. O u r parents are Stephen & Am y Correll, O u r grandparents arc Roger & Caroline Beck and Terry & Louise C o rre ll. O u r great grandparents are D orothy 'frivette, Elizabeth Beck and Kennetli Correll. Thank you to those who brought food, callcd nnd gave words of suppori to our fam ­ ily. We ore very grateful for all the compassionate nurses and doctors in the N IC U at Forsyth M edical Centcr. We would also Uke to thank every­ one who prayed for Carlie and o u r fa m ily w hile she was there. God Bless Youl 6 1 2 7 8 9 3 4 593 4 5 6 2 7 1 878 5 1 3 4 2 9 64 9 7 3 1 8 5 6 22 5 1 9 7 6 4 8 33 6 8 4 2 5 1 7 9 1 2 6 8 4 3 9 5 78 4 9 2 5 7 6 3 1S 7 3 6 9 1 8 2 4 U K i'U K S K M A i'iM ’:Julia Howard i \ C U t i l is e 7 'J ih D i s H i d Please crmtact me in: MOCKSVILLE: (336) 751-8567 RALEIGH: (919) 733-5904 16 W. Jones^slreet, Rmí?O0 Raleigh, NC 27601-1096 Email: Juliah@ncleg.net РЛ11) hoH iirJuuA llow m ) 04ome is for tfe Q^oCicfays. Come Home to Northwood Apartments for your holidays. Northwood Apartments 800 Northridge Court (off t\i1llllng Rd) www.enterprise-recor(l.com ; ‘^C a n d le C h ris tm a s S e rv ic e ” Wednesday, December 24 5 p.m. Come for a joyous time of Celebration of our Lord*s Birth Fork Baptist Church . H w y,,64, 1/4 m ile west o f Hwy. 801. For more information call 336-^998*8306 Rev, Robert Garrett, Senior Pastor- C a t N e e d s A H o m e F o r C tiris tm a s "Jinx" is a handsome grey and white neutered male with lush medium- long hair, up-to-date on his shots and eight months old as of Dec. 1. Rescued from the Davle County Animal Shelter with littermates and Momma, Jinx Is easy­ going and loving, equal parts playful and cuddly. He'll let you hold him any which way - as long as you're petting him. Call the Humane Society of Dayie Adoption Center at 751 -5214 to schedule a "get to l<now me" visit with Jinx. Q u ic k Cash Sell an unwanted item with an ad in the Davie/Clemmons Classifieds 1-877-751-2120 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 11,2008 - C5 ■ / Bradley Becl< spent his 6th birthday with Santa. S h e f f i e l d - C a l a h a l n N e w s The Myers family: Jerry, Gina, Jordan, and Alex joined the Becks on the Polar Express. By Janice Jordan Sheffield-Calahaln Correspondent M any people had a full weekend o f activities that included the M ocksville Christmas Parade on Saturday and the Harmony Parade on Sunday. S heffield-C alahaln Volunteer Fire Departm ent participated in both, with trucks driven by Karen Jordan-Foster, Andy D rye, and C layton C am pbell. O lher members riding included Adam Trent, Brundi Drye, Teresa Cumpbcll, JCerri Drye, and children Krystal and Candice Foster and Brudley Beck. Also, S h effield ’s auxiliary was busy preparing and serving the meal for the Mocksville Fire Dcparlment’s annual holiday party on Saturday night, plus the Davie Fire & Rescue Association banquet on Monday night. N ew Union U nited M ethodist Church members braved ihc cold temperatures on Sunday afternoon wilh a flout in the Harm ony parade. Terry Wayne Dyson was the envy of the group, as he drove the truck that pulled the dccoruted trailer and seemed to be the only person who was able to keep warm. Some of the people on the flout or buck of the truck included Wanda Sutphin, Gary and A lisa A llen w ith their daughter, Klaire, and Michellc Dyson and her son. Hunter. Also representing Sheffield in the parade was honorary mayor Lizzie Reeves, 93, who rode as the guest of honor seat o f Al Sutphin’s big red truck. Bradley Beck, son of David and Tammy Beck, spent Nov. 20, his 6th birthday, in the hospital for sinus surgery. The surgery went well, but to have a true birthday celebration, Bradley’s family surprised him with a trip on Nov. 29 to western N orth C arolina. They were joined by family friends, Jerry and Gina M yers, und their children, Jordan nnd Alex. After un afternoon o f shopping in Dillsboro and Bryson City, plus a greot time spent at the Train Museum, the group boarded u train that night for a magical trip on the Polar Express to the North Pole. Upon reaching the destination, the train was boarded by the jolly old St. Nick himself, who was accompanicd by one of his helpers. Each child onboard the train received a gift of a bell from Santa and enjoyed drinking hot chocolate, singing Christmas carols, and listening to a reading of the Polar Express book. Bradley and Alex even enjoyed a whipped cream fight w ith the train attendants. C hildren o f a ll ages had a wonderful time on the train. Our community is looking forward to the Christmas Open House at Vauda Ellis’ restored Poplar Springs School at 660 Ijam es Church Road on Saturday, Dcc. 13. Beginning at 9 a.m. and lasting until 2 p.m., visitors may view unique items made by local artists and craftsmen that will be offered for sale. H ot cider can be enjoyed as everyone browses und remembers Christmases of years past. A part of the sales w ill be used for future programs at the school. A m onetary donation includes homemade vegetable soup, sourdough rolls, and a bevetage. M ore inform ation is available at www.popiarspringsachool.com or by calling 492-5277. Also on Saturday is the Cana Bazaar at the Old Cana School at Angell and Cana roads from 10 a.m.- noon. Fresh greenery, crafts, and baked goods will be sold, Area children are happy that it’s tim e for the annual Children’s Christmas Party at the S heffield-C alahaln Volunteer Fire Department, It begins Sunday afternoon, Dec, 14 at 3 p.m . Kids can .look forward to the landing o f a medical helicopter at 4 p.m, on Sheffield's helipad, Olher fun things to do or see include crafts, games, treats, fire truck rides, and chats with Santa and Spurky the Fire Dog. A ruffie, which hus been held for the benefit of firefighter Earl Trent and wife Barbara's daughter, Joanna, w ill end with a drawing at 4 p,m. Winners do not have to be present. Read about Joanna's condition and treatm ent for her illness at mvw.caringbridge.org/visit/ Joaminairenl. Crusher Run has a busy December schedule that should keep Jack Bailey and the other group members with little time to sit down and rest. You can catch them at the follow ing locations: Thursduy, Dec. I I ut Prissy P o lly ’s B B Q in Kemersville; Friday, Dec. 12 at Redding’s Country Kitchen in Rondu; Saturday. Dec. 13 at the Sheffield Music Hall; Sunday, Dcc, 14 at Robinwood Senior Living in K erncrsville; and Friday, Dec. 19 at Sims BBQ in Granite Falls. For times or other inform ution, contact, Brenda Bailey ut 7 5 1-7567. If you wnnt udditionnl informution about the Sheffield Music Hull, cull Joann Renegar at 704-546-3099. New Union's Live Nativity begins at 6 p.m. on Dec. 20 at the church’s Assem bly Grounds. You are invited to join members for an evening that also includes hot chocolate, cookies, marshmallows roasting over an open fire, nnd the singing of Christmas carols. On Dcc. 24 at 8 p.m. w ill be the Christmas Eve service, held traditionally in the old Zion Chapel church building. It is located on Sheffield Road, next to the church parsonage. Pat Payne, Bobby Keller, and M elba Feim ster w ill celebrate birthdays Dec. 12 and D avid A llen and M ary Ann Swisher follow with theirs Dcc. 13. Congratulations to Randy and Am anda K eller, whose wedding anniversary is Dec. 14. Additional birthdays include those of Tanner Atkins on the 15th; Hailey Johnson the 16th; and Jim Powers the 18th. C o u n t y L i n e N e w s By Shirley Thorne County Line Correspondent Much npprecintion is given to all who made guesses in our Thanksgiving grundbaby contest. Those pictured were; D oris Evans St. C la ir of Vaughan M ill Road off Society and O ld M ocksville roads, Enrlino York of Crescent Drive off Ridge Roud, J.P. Cnrtner of Ridge Rond, Tommy Dule Bcck of Sunflower Rond off Society Road, Mnrtha Ketchie Lumbert of Sunflower Road, Sara Walker Walloce of St, Matthews Road off Davie Academy, and Carol Henderson (Gene) Cartner of N C 901, Carol "married into the community" in the early 1960s; the others were reared here. There were lots of guesses, many wrong but 28 correct ones. By far the most identified bnby was M urthn Ketchie Lumbert, who was identified by 14 folks (one as far nwuy as Winston-Salem). We must find out M arth a ’s secret for preserving her looks through the yenrs. The only resemblance of my baby picture and now is thnt I still have big blue eyes. A drawing from a bag of correct entries was held this past M onday afternoon at Jones Grocery. Louann Jones, who did not recognize any of the bubies and had no entries, did the drawing. Judy Cartner was the winner o f the wreath. Betty Stroud was the winner o f a consolation drawing. The sanctuary choir of Clarksbury United Methodist Church w ill present the Christmas cantata “Hope Hus Hunds" at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14. Church and choir members invite everyone to join them in praise as they celcbratc the birth of Jesus Christ. O ther com m unity and church Christmas programs: Cuntnta “Prince of Peace" with the nativity at 8:30 and 11 a.m. worship services Sunday, Dec. 21, ut Society Buptist Church; ' cnntata “Hope Hus Hands" at the 10:30 a.m. worship service Sunday, Dcc. 21, nt Clarksbury U nited M ethodist Church; children's progrnm nnd trents nt 6 p.m , Sunduy, Dec. 21, ut Pleasant View Buptist Church; children's pageant “The Best Present of AH - Jesus" ut 7 p.m. Sunday, D ec.'21, at Calvary Baptist Church; children's musical at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 21, at Society Baptist Church; and children’s pageant at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dcc. 23, at Clarksbury Methodist Church. Our community extends its sympathy to the fnmily of Betty Swicegood, who died ut the Forsyth M edical emergency room Sunday moming. A native of Rowan County, she was bom in 1934 to the late Walter and M ary Ponds. Betty was murried to Van Sw icegood, who P i n o N e w s preceded her in death in 2001, and the couple made their home on Shady Knoll Lune off Davie Academ y Road. She was n homemnkcr and wns a former employee o f Wonder Knit of Mocksville. She was active in civic and church . affairs, including the Eastern Star and Salem U nited M ethodist Church. A service celebrating her life was held at 2 p.m . Wednesday at Salem. She was laid to rest beside her husband Van in the church cemetery. Lee Cartner and Tommie Ross are recuperating at their respective homes. Infant Jarrett W ilson continues to improve but rem ains at Brenner Children's Hospital o f Wake Forest U n iv e rs ity 'B a p tis t Medical, Center. Ruth Greene w ill be having further tests this week. Please join us as we pray for the Lord's com fort and blessings in the lives of Lee, Tommie, Jarrett, Ruth, and the family of Betty. Also remember in prayer those residents who are having outpatient treatments for life-threatening illnesses. If you have news or memories lo share, please cull Shirley on 492-5115 or email sdtlink@hotmuil.com. By Nora Latham Pino Correspondent The next breakfast at Wesley Chapel U nited M ethodist Church will be Saturday, Dec. 20 from 6:3 0 -1 0 a.m . The mission this month is n nonprofit organization. The O A R (O pportunity, Action, Relief) Foundation directed to the scholarship fund for Annabelle Lokey. Annabelle is the daughter o f Bryan and Suzanne Lokey and granddaughter of Patrick and Kathy M iller. She goes lo a special school for children with autism . There w ill be representatives there to explain more about autism and The O A R Foundation. Everyone is invited. It was nice to have Michael Smith visiting Wesley Chapel Sunday. He is the son of Nnnccy Collette, It wns also nice to have Andrew und Andrea Gentry Brock back from their honeymoon, Wesley Chapel w ill host Christmas in Pino again this year. Dinner w ill be served iit 6:30 p.m. with entertainment, following. Everyone is invited. Please let us know if you plan lo nttend. You may call the church at 998-2264 und leave a message or Kathy Ellis at 998- 3987 or Toni Horton at 332- 3110. The Wesley Chupel U M W had its December meeting at the home of D eW illa Smith lust Wednesday. Kathy Ellis was the hostess serving a delicious Christmas dinner, with the help of Nora Latham, before the meeting. Those attending were Betty West, Sara Eure, Toby H aw kins, M arie M ille r, M arlene Trivette, and Sara Eure. Chinera Lathnm and Charles and Kathy Mashbum went to Andrews on Saturday to visit Chinera and Charles' mother, Ruth M ashburn. Ruth was celebrating her 80th birthday. Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 13-14, there will be a Pony Club R egional C lin ic at Thoroughbred Training Center starting at 9 u.m. There will also be a Nanci Lindroth Evening Clinic. For more information, contact TTC at 336-998-5280, Clyde M urray and Frank Hawkins of our Wesley Chapel family are celebrating birthdays this week. We hope they have a happy one. F o u r C o r n e r s N e w s A d v a n c e N e w s By M orle W hite Four Comers Correspondent Mr, and Mrs, Joe White at­ tended the birthday party Sun­ day afternoon for Polly Harbin at Center U nited M ethodist Church fellowship building, Kenny Smith is on our sick list and needs our continued prayers. Our shut-in of the week is Irene-Lowery, Somerset Court, 150 Ken Dwiggins Dr., Mocks­ ville. Remember her with a card or visit, A Christmas Cantata will be held Sunday, Dec. 14 at 6 p.m. at Courtney Baptist Church. Everyone is invited to attend. By Edith Zim m erm an Advancc Correspondent The Advance Christmas Pa­ rade will be Suturduy, Dec, 13 beginning ut 10 a.m. Dorothy Carter w ill be riding us "Ms. Advance". Pastors Cheryl Skinner and Kirk Tutterow w ill hold a joint Christm as Eve service on Wednesday, Dec. 24 at 7 p.m. at the Historic Fulton Church. Plca.se moke plans to join us for a w onder-filled evening of hymns, special music, commun­ ion and candlelight as we cel­ ebrate the Christ child's birth. "O come let us Adore Him". Rick und Leiiu DeLuciu of Hickory H ills have returned from a three week visit to their Floridu home in Rockledge. They enjoyed visiting w ith friends, muny from their former church, their son Richard D eLucin Jr. nnd son Trey. Rick's mother, Nnncy DeLucia, remained in Jacksonville, Fla. for the w inter with her son Roivild DeLucia nnd her dnugh- ter Elana Yotka. Brenda Zimmemiun of New York arrived Tuesday to spend the Christmas holidays wilh her mother, Edith Zim m erm an. Brenda w ill participate in the parade Saturday driving her 1931 Ford Roadster. Thursday visitors of Edith Zim m erm an were Ann Ses­ sions, Stella Vogler and daugh­ ter Becky Vogler. ,C6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 11,2008 iObitmries M . Lcsler W alker ; Mr. M. Lcslcr Walker, 92, of JVIocksvillc, died Tuesday Dcc. 9,2008 at his home. I He was bom in Davie Counly pn May 10,1916 and was the son of the late George Luther Walker and Etta Mae Oodby Walker. Mr. ' 'Walker was a mernber of Salem .United Methodist Church and 'was a lifelong farmer. - He was preceded in death by Jiis wife, Gladys Mayes Walker, died in April, 2008; and by a sis­ ter, Matalene Walker Smoot. ; Survivors:'children, Sylvia W .^M cD aniel (C harlie) of Mooresville, Robert A, Walker (Bernice), Henry L. W alker (Sandra) of M ocksville nnd Shelia W. Collins (Harold Jr.) of Lewisburg, Tenn; 9 grandchil­ dren; 12 great-grandchildren; 3 step grandchildren; nnd 3 step great- grandchildren. I Graveside services w ill be held Friday Dec. 12 at 11 a.m. Salem United Methodist Church, Davie Academy Road, Mocks- yille 'w lth the Rev. Robin Fitzgerald officiating. The fam­ ily will receive friends Thursday evening from 6:30-9 at Bunch- Johnson Funeral Home. Memorials: Salem Method­ ist Cemetery or Building fund, c/o Jack Kooniz, 144 Davie Academy Road, Mocksville; or Hospice/Palliative Care of Iredell, 2347 Simonlon Road, Statesville, 28625. PatdG.BanteySr. 1929-2008 ADVANCE , BameyLD^m 1910 . 2008 IIAIVJPTONVILLE \ii3yneBoger. 1951-2008 , MOCKSVllXE la . Joe Rlhckcr ■ 1948-2008 • ADVANCK , RiclumlL Carter Sr. '1933-2008 MOCKSvian NekonR.HtHchens 1935-2008 MOCfSViLLE • . Bobby E. D-exler 1927-2008 MOCKSVIUE Pink Foster Penninger Pink Odessa Foster Penninger, 92, of Needmore Roud, Woodleaf, died on Sat­ urday, Dec. 6, 2008, at her home. Born in Davie County on Oct, 6, 1916, she was the daughter ofthe late Denny Pink nnd Corn Belle Foster. She was retired from Cooleemee M ill imd was a member of Cool­ eemee Presbyterian Church, Sh6 was preceded in deoth by her husband, John Robert Penninger, on July 30, 2007; a brother ¡Sylvester B,'Foster; and a sister, Mildred C. Jordan.- Survivors: a daughter, Betty Joan Stewart of Woodleof; a si.ster, M ary L. Bivens o f Solisbury; 3 grondsons, Robbie W illiam Stewart and Ronnie Giles Slewnrt of Woodleaf and John W illia m Slew ort o f Rockwell; 4 great-grundchil- dren, Robbie W illiam Stewart ,Ir., Ronnie Oilesv Stewart Jr., Meadow Stewart nnd Johnna ' Stewart; and o greot-greal- grandchild, Kotlyn Stewart. The service to celebrate the life of Mrs. Penninger was held on Wednesday, Dec. 10 at 2 p.m. in the Davie Funeral Ser­ vice Chapel with Pastor John Groff officiating. Burial was in Rowan M em oriol Pork, The fam ily received friends on Wednesday from noon-2 p.m.at the funeral home. M em orials: Cooleem ee Presbyterian or Hospice of Rowan, 82S-A Henderson St., Salisbury, 28144. O nline condolences: www.iUmefunerahervice.com. Frances Chaflln Tkach Mrs. Francos Anne Chaffin Tkach, 70, of Cletnmons, died Saturday, Dec. 6, 2008 at her home. She was born on July 9, 1938 In Cumberland County to the late Albert and Ruby Star­ ling Chaffin. Mrs. Tkach was a member of Holy Family Catho­ lic Church. H er parents, a daughter, Vaierie Harris, and a sister, Althea LeOrand, preceded her in death. Survivors; her husband, Ed­ ward M . Tkach Sr. of the home; 6 childreni Debbie Lowdermilk (Gray) of Mocksville, Edword M . Tkach Jr. of Buffalo, N.Y., Albert G. Tkach (Donna) of Advunce, Frankie A, Starnes (James) of High Rock Lake, D avid A , Tkach (Paula) o f Mocksville nnd C liff B. Tkach (Renue) o f M ocksville; 11 grandchildren. W ill, Ben and K elly Low derm ilk, Heather Vestal, Sterling Tkach und Brandy Shore, Kaylee and Ashlee Trivette, Jesse and Em m ie Tkach and Adam Ridenhour; a great-grandson, Aiyden Vestal; nnd a special friend, David DAmico. A memorial mass was con­ ducted at 2 p.m, Wednesday, Dec. lO alH oly Family Catho­ lic Church. Tlie family received friends following the service at the church. M em orials: K ale B, Reynolds Hospice Home, 101 Hospice Lane, Winston-Salem, 27103.’ O nline condolenccs: www.hayworth-iniller.com. Cyrus Clyde Lakey Cyrus Clyde Lakey, 75, of Madison Road, M ocksville,' died on Monday, Dec. 8, 2008, at Forsylh Medical Cenier. Born in Davie County on March 12,1933, he was the son of Ihe late Hiram Austin and Margaret Jane Todd Lakey. He was retired from Western Elec­ tric and was a m em ber of Hardison United M ethodist Church. He was preceded in death by his wife of 44 years, Betty Jo Foster Lakey* and 3 brothers and a sister. Survivors: 4 daughters. Au­ burn (David) Bailey ofM ocks­ v ille, Brenda (D a rre ll) Epperson of Oak Ridge, Becky Jones o f Mocksville, and M ar­ garet (Kenneth) Biem an of Denver; a sister, Ruth Lakey; 6 grandchildren; and a great­ grandchild. The service to celebrate the life of Mr. Lakey w ill be held on Saturday, Dcc. 13, at 2 p.m. at Hardison United Methodist Church wilh the Revs. Crystal Alexander and Dennis Marshall officiating. Burial will be al a later date in the church cem­ etery. The family will rcceive friends from 1 -2 p.m. on Satur­ day at the'church. M n Lakey gave his body to medical research so that others may be healed. Memorials: Hardison U M , 1630 Jericho Church Road, Mocksville, O nline condolences: www.davieftmerahervicc.com. Terry Funderburk Manage'!' Meet our st(^at Hayworth-Miller Funeral Home Hayworth-Millcr Funeral Home has been assisting families in C/cmmons,/lc/vcincc, and Davia CountjJ'or over 45 years. Our newest facility, located across from Bermuda Run in the Kinderton Business Park, inis established In 1999 to better serve the residents oJDavie County and surroundina areas. Ti’i ry h.is been with l-l.iyworth-Mlller for I.} yrar.s. Mo and his wile Ik-wrly livp, in Oavie Count)’ willi tJicir two (laiightor.s Kalliiiriiu; and CLiire. He is a nuwiihur of Bcllilolicin United Methodist Church .md Smith Crovo Rurit.in Club. Torry'.s .ittc-mion to di'tall .iiicl cxporiojicf has proven to In; a bcnclit to tin: company and tho I'amilio.s ho assists. Me i.s lioro to assist you in creating a meaningl'ul tribute for you or your loveil one. l-lAYWOKTH M iLl I K fUNIRAl lIOMi; l ’c r'« n ia li/i'J l uiiL'nil jiiJ IÍ )S 1 ,ist К ¡III Ieri ( 111 W'.iv \( l \ .11111-, , \ ( ' / 1)()( 1 Ì V, , iL V i'/ih ;//!'/) ,S(Vi n I hlcd InhlllC'. ■ ’ ( i>inj'üii\ (h\ncJ i. iciiiíiií w \ \ w . l i . u w ( i i 'l l i o n i /V i’ Plunmiiij Betty Jean Swicegood M rs. Betty Jean Ponds Swicegood, 74, of Shady Knoll Lune, Mocksville, died Sunday, Dcc. 7, 2008, at Forsylh Medi^ cal Center in Winston-Salem. She wus bom M ay 13,1934, in Rowan Counly to the late Walter and Mary Pinion Ponds. Mrs. Swicegood was a member of Salem United M ethodist Church and Ihe Order of Ihe Eastern Stun She loved cook­ ing and baking for others, do­ ing crafts, puzzles and playing board games ond enjoyed fish­ ing at Ihe beach, M rs. Swicegood was on A ir Force mom und w ife ,' She was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years. Van Allen Swicegood Jr. on Aug, 17, 2001. Survivors; 3 daughters, Vunessa (Dennis) Bowen of Toboccovillc, M ary (Henry) Davis of Yadkinville and Janice (Tim ) Peeler of Mocksville; 5 grandchildren, Chris, Adam, Melanie, Miranda and T.J.; 8 great-grandchildren, Madison, Lincoln, Kanun, Donovan, Brandon, Andrea, Anna and Savanna; and a spcciol friend, Verla Cartner of Mocksville, A funeral service was con­ ducted ut 2 p.m. Wednesday, Dec, 10, at Sulem United Meth­ odist Church w ilh Ihe Rev, Robin Fitzgerald ofriciating. The body was placed in the church 30 minutes before the servicc. B urial was in the church cemetery. The fumily received friends Tuesday, Dec. 9, at Ealon Funeral Home. Memoriuls: Sulem Method­ ist B uilding Fund, c/o Puul Shew, 1582 Davie Acadcmy Road, Mocksville, O nline condolenccs: ii'n’if. eatonfuneralservice. coin. Sell it fast with a Davie/Clemmons classified ad 1-877-751-2120 Cora M . Van Nostran ■ Mr.s. Coro M aupin Van Nostran, 88, of M ocksville, died Thursday, Dec. 4,2008 at Autumn Care of Mock.sville. She.was bom Feb. 21,1920 in Lentner, Mo., to W illiam B. and Imo Speyer Maupin. Mrs. Van Nostran was a member of Redland Pentecostal Holiness Church. She retired in 1994 from Desert Hospital in Palm Springs, Calif. She was preceded in death by a sister, Catherine Phyllis Maupin, and a brother. Weeks Muupin. Survivors: a daughter, Jacqueline Smilh'und husband Don o f M ocksville; a son* M ich ael Van Nostran o f Mocksville; 2 grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchildren. A m em orial service wns held al 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dcc. 9 ul Rcdlund Pentecostal H oli­ ness Church w ilh Pastor Jonathan H ill officiating. Memorials; Redland Pente­ costal Building Fund, 137 Bal­ timore Road, Advance. O nline condolences: www.lmywortlimiller.com. C lara M ae Hopkins Clara Mae Hopkin.4, 86, of Axtpn, Va. died Suturduy, Dcc. 6, 2008 at her residence. She was bom in Mocksville, June 27,1922 to the late Lonnie Phillip Hopkins and Emma Flora Leach Hopkins. She was un activc member of Calvary Christiim Church. Surviving: her sister, Ruth Loui.sc Hopkins Sowers of Kissim m ee, Flu., and her brother, Lonnie Lee Hopkins of Axlon, und several nieccs and nephews. Graveside services were held Wednesday, Dec,10 at 11 a.m. al Bethel United Methodist Chuiich Cem etery in M ocksville, with the Revs. Eldon M organ and Don Reynolds officiating. M em orials: C alvary Christian Church, PO Box 3844, Martinsville, VA 24115. 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A Christmas Eve Lovefeast and Candeiight service will be held Wednesday, pec. 25 at 4 and 7:30 p.m. The church is on NC 801 North between Hillsdale and Farmington. ‘ T h e H a m ilto n s A t B e lie v e r s A special singing w ill be held Dec. 14, at 10:30 a.m. at BelievcrM Sonship Tabernacle, Angell Rood, Mocksville. The Hamiltons w ill be bringing the music nnd message. A ll are in­ vited. C h u rc h O p e n in g F o o d P a n try : t-to m e m a d e S o u p s A is o A v a iia b ie Life Community Church, 170 Duard Reavis Road, Mocksville, w ill open its food pantry to families in need from 11 a.m.-2 p.m ,. on Dcc. 20, Homemade soups will be served for lunch lhal day. To leam more, call Pastor Mark Carlyle ut 336-682-1149. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 11,2008 - C7 H a r d i s o n U n i t e d M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h ‘VJhere God's Famibj Is Your Family" 1630 Jericho Church Road, Mocksvilic Church Ofnce Number (336) 751-5630Pastor: Rev. Dr. Crystal M. Alexander Early Risers Sunday School: 8:45am Worship Scrvicc: 9:45am • Sunday School; 10:45ani UPCOMING EVENTS Saturday, Dec. 20 • 7:00pm CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS PROGRAM • •••••••••••• Wednesday, Dec. 24 • 9:00pm CH RISTM AS EVE SERVICE • ••••••••#••• Wednesday, Dec. 31 • 6:30pm -12:00am N E W YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATION Covered Dish Supper, Lots of Snacks, Movies, Games, for Kids and Adults AN EVENING OF FUN AND FELLOWSHIP A ll Are Welcome — Come And Join Us! a v i e P l a c e ng Assisted Living Community I Davie Place Carolers We’ve practiced and practiced and we’re ready to go Caroling for our Mocksville neiglibors. Pictured ' above are our Carolers for tills Holiday Season. Seated from left to right we have Barbara Tattersall, Edith Waller, Bertlia Draughn and Esther Cook. Standing from left to right there’s Jim Couch, Rick Yates, Linda Williams and our Activities Director KeishaFord. 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C8 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 11,2008 Candle Lighting Concert Mocksvilie First United Methodist Church will hold Its 74th annual candle lighting concert by the Chancel Choir on Sunday, Dec. 14 at 5 and 7:30 p.m.; ahd.Monday, Dec. 15 at 7:30 p.m. Christmas Eve services will be held Wednesday, Dec. 24 at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. T h o m a s S. 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Among the items in the basket: wrought iron outdoor firepit, yard work, house cleaning, babysitting, athletic passes to all home athletic and arts events, gift cards to stores and restaurants, a rug, fire logs, t-shirt, vest, golf shirt, caps, calcula- ' tor and more. Barbecue chicken jjlates will be sold Friday at the Mocksvilie Police Department to benefit jdnes. A H /W a n t F o r C h r is tm a s I s ... Before heading for the Mocksvilie Christ­ mas Parade on Satur­ day, Santa took the time for a healthy breakfast and some visiting at the YMCA. At right, Mont­ gomery and Mackenzie Young tell Sarita what they would like for Christmas. CHOICES In wireless providers E m YadtelWlrúleHit In free holiday gifts FREE activation* i FREE acc«sso|y** or Oat a months FpEE raciirrlng plan charoa 'FREE ict(vQtianvatutd«t$36.oa*^FREE«ccnMiyvatuid up to »3 9:9% FrM girt ' ; A acc«isory or 3 month» U$» rtquirt naw «ctivadon with $ Syr strvfc* asrvtment.Oth«f ratttlctlon» »ppiy. V a d t e l A ,, " Iteihw IM K w n 336<463-S022. www.yadtet net Students DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 11,2008 - D1 Falling In Love W ith Dance Davie High Students To Present Winter Concert Tliursday Night! Just like srtowflnkes, dancers in One dance is called “U ltim ate Terri W inchell’s classes at D avie S u rv iv o r.” It was designed by H igh School arc different. H eather Scherer in honor o f her And they w ill bring their indi- grandmother, a brcasl cancer survi- vidual and group talents together for vor. Expect to see some pink shirts the winter dance concert, “Falling In with this one. Love W ith D an ce-A ll Over Again,” The students have been rehears- at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 11 at the ing for weeks, with a different stu- Brock Perform ing Arts Center on dent in charge o f rehearsal every day. North M ain Street in M ocksvillc. "I can’t help but be proud o f them,” The stage w ill-in cliid e falling W inchell said. “I just ¡stand back and snowflalces. “They reflect the indi- let them do their thing.” vidU al talents o f each student," The students recently took three,;] W inchellsaid. master classcs at tho Benton Conven- Each number is choreographed by tion Center in W inston-Salem, and a student - who had to pick from sev- were among tho performers for the oral themes for a dance w ith mean- showcase there, ing. Tickets are $10 at the door. Dancefs rehearse a number choreographed by Adlna 6uyton (center, in black) in the photo abo^ and the two below. Si, n Kirsten Lambert and Aiyssa Mossman practice some moves. Davie High dah'ce students get ready for the winter'concert Thursday night at the Brock Performing Arts Center in Mocksvilie ч : ) p2 - 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 liu rsd ay, Dcc, 1 1 ,20 0 8 K Davie Schools » Pinebrook Elem entary Kindecgartners ure Iciirning Jiew Ciiristm ns poems and songs. Students are writing pbout wiiat tiicy wi\nl Santa Claus to bring tiiem. Over tlie next several weeks, students Jvili be learning how people in M exico celebrate Christmas. Pomparing traditions here to those in M exico helps the children recognize how' people ground the worid are alike and liifferent. ' The first grade students of ’ Mrs. M iller and Mrs. Nail have Been learning about patterns and symmetry. Students have been learning subtraction facts. Many met the November goal of 25 books for the Book It program. Remember to keep reiiding to reach that goal for December, In Writing, students continue to ^ o rk on capitalization and |)unctuation and are working on jidding more detail to writing to Jnuke it more interesting to read, r Students completed a study p f movement, making cars go Uown ramps and using whal }hey understand about friction to See which surface they were Jiven would make the car go the nstest. Alt first grade classes are iinticipating the arrival of the tthristm as season and Ihe Students have been decorating ihe rooms. Remember to keep ipading at home with your child.. Ü Second grade students are learning about vyinter holidays |)round Ihc world. They w ill ’ present Thé Incredible Reindeer |jt the PTO program oii Dec. 16 lit 7 p.m. Ü Mrs. O rsillo’s third grade hnished a unit of study on Ihe , fomous children's book, The boxcar Children. The class had good discussions on orphaned children and how the main çharacters stayed together as u fam ily w hile they survived giving on their own. In math (4rs. Orsillo's class has been ieview ing subtraction with regrouping. Mrs. Orsillo and her class wunt to tell substitute Joanna Haire a big thank yoii for all sho has done over the last two weeks. Fifth graders on Monday, Nov. 24, had a 1950s-lhemed sock hop complete wilh Moon Pics and RC Colas. Kevin Kerr was the DJ and he played 50s t^usic and hosled dance contests for the twist and the stroll. Kristina Prysiazniuk, along wilh a group'of parent volunteers, turned the cafeteria into a 1950s themed dance party. Melissa Roreshide taught a lesson on Ihc popular culture in the 50s incl.udihg technology, T V shows, and toplO music. Fiflli graders decorated region themed Christmas Trees to be on display in Ihe media center. A ll of the decorations on Ihe trees have been made by Ihe students and the decorations represent a’ state from each geographical region of the United States. Hot chocolate and a reading o f “The Polar Express" was part o f the activity. Bus Riders o f the Week: M egan M cD onald, Alyssa P arnell, ■ M eghan Donley, Morgan Athey, Kevin King and Miranda Franklin. They were given a ribbon and recognized with un announcement. The Positive Pride Student winners received extra computer lab tim e w ilh tho administrators: Sawyer Sheets, V ictoria Jones, Andrea Villarreal, Blake, Little, Caleb Watson, Carter Lagle, Brandon N ew com er, Chasity Bias, Baylee Sm eeton, Joseph Stanley, Davi,d Lucas, Tori Staley, Kyoh Eastwood, Bridgett Tierney, Caleb Cox, Cloud Beauchamp, Hailey Fulk, Kate Sink, Reece W elch, Kaitlyn Adkins, Sain Allen, Allison Staley, Meghan Donley, Tarrick Conrad and Brittany Biilings. 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They finished Ihe feast with u piece o f pumpkin pic topped wilh Cool Whip. Classes have begun a unit on the five senses. Students taste tested foods, listened to music ,and other sounds, sm elled Gingerbread cookies, touched textured items, and used their eyes lo sec llie changes in Ihe winter. They look forward to having u Christmus breakfast and priisenting parents with gifts they have worked on. Cougar of the week; Mrs. Jennings’ Class - Adom Brahim, Griffiths Engelmann, Kariey ■ Queen, Noah Wiilard, Savannah Hoots, Ashley Lipscomb; Mrs. M annino's Class - K yleigh Graley, Nathan Brooks, Jayien D alton, Z y ’M ie r Lew is, Saviinnah B e e k e r,. A rijli Romero; M i’s. Saarm’s Class - Sophia Barnett, Isabel Bishop, Tyler Boles, ¿eb Chapman, Alaina Curtiss, Payson Kelley, Maddie Owen, Elhan Stiller. Mocksville Elcniejntnry Students of the week of Dcc. 1; Aaliyah M cM illan, Slade Deán, Briiinn Tliylor, Desjinae O utlaw , Ansel Hernandez- Flores, Adam Oledhill, Davy Marion, W illie Garcia, Adrianna Johnson, M cKcnIy W illiam s, Michael Rutherford, Chgyanne Daniel, Alex Alvarado, TVson W ilson, M ich elle Flores, K atelyn Grubbs, Krystal Rosenmcier, Zinnia Stevenson, Ashton Chaffin, Katie Reid, C arly Tom pson, Josihiri Serveiiion, Ka’Shara Marshal, Dylan Fortini, Rebecca Picra. Kindergarten is as busy as the elves in thè North Pole, Students are learning to count by 10s to 100. They urc counting dimes and “paying" for items. They : are exploring senses. Many kindcrgartners are using their senses to spark discussions about the gingerbreufi man; He has been running around some of the classrooms, Students are recording plots as’to how they w ill catch him. Story for the week is called Little Panda. Students watch one little panda grow up right before their eyes in this book'. They Icanied a lot of panda facts and can compare/ contrast his growth to theirs. The letter for Ihe week is Uu. Students are learning about Ihc letter from two Lettcriund characters, Uppy Umbrella and. Mr. U the Uniform man. Student's in Ms. Norris and Mrs. M yer’s firsl grade ciass arc learning about how Christmas is celebrated around the worid and in different religions. Students are reading books, learning, about traditions and doing crafts that represent these different, celebrations. Everyone is looking forward tq the class party and upcoming break. Students enjoyed a field trip to SciW orks,’ They learned about the stales of mailer, and had fun when they made candles lo lake home, Studehls enjoyed walking around Ihe museum. They saw animals including snakes, rabbits and turtles. They also saw the dinosaur exhibit. M rs. Fletcher's second graders are reading Arthur's Christmas by M ure Brown. They are learning about ways Christmas is celebrated in the community, such as Kwanzaa and Hanukkah. They enjoyed making a Kwannzaa quilt and a Jewish menorah. Last week they enjoyed reading M erry Christmas Am elia Bedelía by Peggy Parish. Students mode their own A m elia Bedelia Christmas tree with popcorn balls, light bulbs, and a sign that says See the Star. The class wrote Idom s about A m elia Bedelia.' They created .sym m etrical Christm as ornaments to go along with math lessons. M rs, Strickland's class is leai'ning about Christmas and Holiday customs in olher parts of Ihe worid. So far, they have traveled to Germany, France, and learned about the Moravian Love feast. They enjoyed a snack from these places as well as get a souvenir. Students ate reading stories in class that go along with the season, such as A Certain Small Shepherd and Big Snow. Fifth grade is finishing the second out o f four science rotations. M r. Shepherd has been teaching Mrs. Cockman's class about the effects of erosion on everyday life. They made Iheir own hills and tested factors that cause or prevent erosion. A t, the Christmas party, students will rotate every 45 minutes to another class for aclivities. Mrs. Cockman will be playing bingo, Mr. Brooks has a computer lab activity, Mr. Shepherd and Mrs. Southern w ill bl^ doing a Christmas craft. Oavic .County Early College High School Students rode in Ihe Mocks­ ville Christmas Parade on Sat­ urday, Dec. 6. Students and fac­ ulty wore school colors. In M r. M iller's year-long earth science honors class, stu­ dents have been assigiied a large project thut w ill involve testing homemade, natural cleansers against commercial products. They w iil have lo work through the scientific method and decide what kind of cleanser is best based on efficacy, toxicity, cost ... Students are learning to be amateur meteorologists. They learned how to tell a warm front from a cold front and to predict weather for Ihe next few days based on their knowledge of mid-latitude cyclones. They are preparing for Iheir cumulative ' final exam. Ms. Abshei's Algebra II hon­ ors year-long classes are wrap­ ping up matrices and solving systems. Her Algebra II honors block class has attended two Saturday morning sessions to build confidence in solving qua­ dratics. Algebra 1 honors stu­ dents completed factoring and using polynomials. They hud Ihe firsl Friday evening review session. In M r. Reeder's English I honors ciass, students are par­ ticipating in seminar discus­ sions on poems. A seminar is a- focused class discussion in which all students must partici­ pate and share ideas, thoughts, and questions for classmates. Students prepare for the semi­ nar by reading the assigned poem, answering the seminar questions that they have been given, and coming into class ready to participate. Students For Sale Townhouse in Milling Way C o n ven ien t M o c k s v ille location. 2 B R , 2 B A , 1 1/2 years old. U n it 118 B ea u tifu l pool .com plex. $ 1 1 0,5 0 0 , Call (336)470-2951,.(336) 655-3447 or (336) 751-^448 are preparing for Ihe cnd-of- course.exam in English 1. Students in Mr. Reeder's En­ glish II honors class arc work­ ing on activities and projects for the novel Things Fail Apart. They are, for example, each choosing a song lhat relates to the novel in some way, bring­ ing in Ihe song for Iheir class­ mates to listen to, and explain­ ing the relationship that they see between their song and the novel. The song they choose cnn relate to the entire novel or to a specific part of the book. This is u project students designed af­ ter being asked for ideas on projects relating to the book., In M s. Z ig la r and Mr.s. Davie’s freshman seminar, stu­ dents are'exploring colleges and careers. They are working on , Ihe internet and finding other resources to write a research paper on the college and career of Iheir choice. Once Illese pa­ pers arc compieted, students will practice public speaking by presenting thoir discoveries orally to the class. In M r. Reeder and M rs. Smoot’s sophomore seminar classes, students have been reading the book. The 6 Most Im portant Decisions You’ll Ever M ake by Sean Covey. They arc discussing the Impor­ tance o f decisions related to friends, school, parents ... Stu­ dents have filled out a sample college application, including personal information, academic information, and essays. They discussed how to become lead­ ers ond the quolitics necessary to be on effective leader. Stu­ dents ure working in collabora­ tive study groups to prepare for exams, which are coming up next week. Ms. Absher hosted Ihc first session of rounds where she in­ vited in Ihe olher fucuity mem­ bers nt eariy College lo her A l­ gebra II honors class. Rounds arc an excellent New School Projcct method used for teach­ ers lo look closely at thplr work and to coliiibotiite and share with colleagues lo. define and refine Iheir clussrooms. Thè teaciiers met with Ms. Absher in a pre-conference lo review with Ihe teuchcrs wlio were vis­ iting what she wanted them to be looking for. She asked Ihc leachers lo document whal the student talk sounded like, to observe if ail the students were engaged in learning, to look for rigor in the classroom, and to document what rigor looked like In Ihis class. The firsl set of rounds was concluded wilh u post-conference facilitutcd by Principal Jlnda Haynes. Ms. Absher listened to whal the olher leachers found while in her classroom looking and lis­ tening for the student talk, en­ gaged learning and rigor. It wus extremely valuable. The Druma Club members, faculty and parents that attended the pluy Ah, Wilderness! by Eugene ONeill, on Friday, Nov. 7 nt the N.C. School of the Arts had a great time. Students Were a model audience. It wus evident lhat they used Ihe theater lips discussed before attending. There w ill also be a spring evening out at Ihe Ihealer. Coolcemce Elem entary The school held a "Curriculum and Technology Night” when parents came and enjoyed u hotdog supper and visited classrooms where children demonstrated use of technology. A Fantastic Four celebration was held for students who stayed on level four for Novem ber. A total p f 404 students participated. Students' chose between wutehlng u movie or free time in the gym. They enjoyed popcorn und lemonade. ' Klndergurien classes have been studying needs and wants. They went on the annual "Christmas in Old C90leemee” field trip at the Zachary House. The field trip introduced a unit on Christmas long ago and loduy. At Ihe Zuchary House, students made ornaments and helped decorate the Christmas tree. They played with toys from long ago, sang carols around the piano, and listened lo stories of living life in Old Cooleemee, Teachers and students thunk Ihc Coolecm ec H istorical Association for giving euch student u Christmus "poke" which contained an orange, a peppermint stick, and nuts. First grade hud lots of parents at the first Curriculum Night, Students presented many interactive sites und lessons they use in clussrooms dolly. First grade w ill host Family Reading N ight on D ec. 18 where students w ill come In pujumos and read Tiie Polar Express. The grade bus donuted muny cuns of food for Ihe school’s food drive und ure cxclled that the school earned a "Pujuma Day.’’! Sccond grade enjoyed reading a story about u penguin and tiien studying about types p f olher penguins. They did activities about penguins from writing their own penguin story lo muking Iheir own penguins. In math, they have been learning lo add 2-digit numbers and some with regrouping. They are always working on timed math fuels so they cun continue to make progress. A ll of sccond grode discusscd the importance of firearm sofety, they oil seem to be aware of the rules if they ever see a gun. Teachers said they ure ull proud of them and say thank you lo tho parents and students who came out for curriculum/technolbgy night. Second grade had a 'great turnout nnd felt the parents were .w ell inform ctl on how tHelr child is being taught using technology everyday. Third graders were busy working on coloniul projects. They ure experts on contributions mude during coloniul times. Next they will begin Christraus customs around th’e world. Third graders enjoyed sharing technology with parents at Curriculum Night. Fourth grade students will be pulling tiie finishing touches on unimal reports. They will take all o f their research and put it all Into Powerpoints they created. They w ill be checking ovor these Powerpoints for spelling, grammatical errors and punctuation. Students did well finding inform ation for the reports. They IcUmcd to not only research in u book, but use internet resources, They leumed more about individual animals, researching, and technology. Students leurned ubout the Microsoft PowerPoint progrum und how to creute their own unique presentution. Euch student worked hard and enjoyed making iheir project their own, the leachers suid. In Reuding, fifth grade students completed the Unit 2 Busul Rending .Tesj. Classes began literature circles. Euch class is doing u ciussroom novel for their first book. Some of the things they ure working on in math include decimals, metric measurement, and graphing. Continue to w ork oli memorizing multiplication fuels w ith your child. In science, students are continuing to study landforms, NCSCOS Goal 2. This is covered in their Science textbooks in Chapter 7. Shady Grove Elem entary Fourth graders have been researching cities In N orth Curolinu to produce u brochure. They learned about ways to research and collect inform ation. Teachers hnve been impressed by students’ w ork. They have fille d the fourth grade hallw ay w ith winter and holiday stories and artwork. Fourth grade students who dem onstrated , good character and attended the Please See Schools - Page D3 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, rimrsday, Dec. 11,2008 - D3 Cornatzer Elementary Cougars of the Week; Bryson Parker, Tyler Boles, Anjli Romero, Ashely Lipscomb, Ghhaya Scott, Kentrell Tatum, Hayley Pace, Callsta Perdue, Heyes Sales, Conner Stanley, Bailey Carter, Anna Devereaux, Hunter Strickland, Julie Sanchez, Shorony Kopel, Sierra Latham, Emmy Zapata-Perez, Shane Pickett, Cassidy Stewiart. Schools... Continued From Page 1)1 Panther Pride Celebration for N ovem ber were; Chelsea Strange, Zach Eberly, and Logan Siieets from M s. C allahan’s class; H allm a Bungura, M olly Shuffier, und Rachel Sm ith from M s. Sullivan’s clnss; Luke Prolapas, Logon Smith, and Eli Wuyda from Mrs. Dalton’s cluss; Elijah Gohl, Jacob H ow ell, Bryan Ogle, and Brandy Bnnguru from Mrs. Bost’s cluss; Lnuru Plnni, Kaleb Adams, and Dana Adams from Ms. Nordin’s class. W illiam R . Davie Elem entary In M iss Phelps cluss, .students huve been exploring m uliiplicution and division. Some of Ihe new concepts used urc nieusurcmenl division, purl to whole division, scale factors and arrays. Students used different scenarios such os u lemonade stnnd recipe, paper delivery sulnry, nnd buying supplies for 0 birthduy party to solve m ultiplication und division problems. In lunguage arts they focused on Trickster Tales. These ure folklules in which one or more characters ore involved in a trick. Students discusscd chaructcr trails of trickfjters; boastfulness, greed, and selfishness. In social studies they are studying N ative Americans und their role today. Title I students hnve been exploring mysteries. They rend books in Ihe A -Z Mystery series by Ron Roy and the Nate the G reat Serlves by M arjorie Weinmun Shurmut. Students used strategies o f prediction through Ihe reuding. They hove learned that os you read and learn more, you have to revise predictions at times. Also, they compared how being u detective nnd being u render ure similnr. A render bus to be n word detective to figure our how to rend unknown words using clues such as letter sounds, what makes sense and using Ihe clues o f the words around the unknown word. Also, you huve to be n meaning detective to figure out the meanings o f words. You have to use comprehension clues to figure out the meaning of the book and the message of the author. In many ways, being a successful reader is a lot like being o m yslery detective. If you haven’t read a good mystery lately, the Title I students al challenge you to get a cup of hot cocoa und u good mystery book and become a book detective. 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David Garibaldi with paint­ ings of Einstein (above) and Kanye West. i r - -V / / i ' Molly Graham and Ryan Budd with other youth leaders at the Summit. Davie Young People Learn About Philanthropy M ore Ihnn 300 Nortli Caroiinu youth phllunlhropisis took part In the 2008 Youth G iving Sum m it, the A rt of Giving, Oct, 25 jn Greensboro. It was dc.scribed by organizer 'E rie Rowies, president of Leading to Change, as “an explosive, artistic expression o f philanthropy throughout North Carolina.” D avie Com m unity Foundations' S U R F Board Youth Grantmakers were part of the philanthropists participating in the day-long convening that included youth from 25 countics throughout the slate, ' Tw elve S U R F board members and two advisors spent the Saturday networking with other youth philanthropists and advisors. M o lly G raham , S U R F president, and Ryan Budd, board member, spoke at the beginning of the historical convening. Moro than 20 youth- led and youth-focused workshops filled the day. SURF board members attended workshops and hosted an afternoon session showcasing their communications game “Helter Skelter". “It was a lot of fun to be with so many other youth grantmakers," said Graham. “We learned a lot from cach other, 1 came back with an Ice breaker game that we used at our November meeting. It was great," W hile at, the Youth Giving Summit, the SURF Board met to flnallze plans to promote their Request for Proposals (RFP), These proposals must request funds for youth-led projects that positively im pact youth in Davie County, An application packet w ill be released throughout the county. Participants wltnes.sed the o fficial launch o f the new website capturing the excitem ent and Innovation w ithin the statewide youth philanthropy movem ent; ifiini'. ncyoiilhfiivhig. ОГЦ. The grand finale was a closing ceremony that combined the Art o f G iving theme w ith the excitem ent and energy o f a nightclub and art explosion celebration. Music painter and urtlst, David Garibaldi, brought his program o f "Rhythm , & Hue" to the Summit by painting six foot murals of Kanye West, A licia Keys, M arlin Luther King Jr., and Albert Einstein against the beating background music and his message o f giving, “The 2008 Youth Summit was much more than just a high- energy and inspirational convening of 300 youth apd adult philanthropists," said Jane Simpson, Davie Community Foundation president, “It was a celebration o f the power of young people and the communities that have Invested in their collective time, talent, and treasures. In many ways, the 2008 Youth Giving Summit was a powerful catalyst to maintain the m om entum , propel the passion, and exhibit the Art of G iving that Is taking place throughout North Carolina, “Davle County youth were excited lo be a part," South D avie Jr. C ivitans H ave B usy Year The South D avie Junior Civltan Club held Its officer In­ stallation and new member In­ duction ceremony on Ocl, 29 in the theater at South D avie M iddle School, Parents and friends watched as each officer was presented with an officer pin and new members were given new member pins, ' W ith 22 members this year, the club has been involved in helping the school and commu­ nity, including; coUecting dona- ■ tlons for pumpkins for Cystic Fibrosis, a fundraiser drawing, bought gifts for two L ittle Lam bs al A Storehouse for Jesus, and bought a D V D and goodies for the Eagle team. They are visiting local nursing homes and presenting cards and a gift to all residents, holding a Christmas party and hosting a blood drive in January. The club has been one of the few to achieve Honor Club sta­ tus for the year. Officers: president, Sam Linville; vice president, Corbin West; secretary. Summer Smart; PR coordinator, Dylan Andrade; historian. Amber Hunter; ser- geant-at-arms, Andrew Austin. Members: Alexis Callison, Amanda Fuller, Brandi Howell, David Hursey, Haley Kelley, Joana Leon, Anna M cBride, Courtney Magallanes, Carrie M iller, Lorena M illo, Lauren Morrison, Alex Peoples, Dustin Potts, Megan Reynolds, Caitlin Rigolinl, and Tori Talley. New advisors this year are Debbie Prevette, Lauren Dean, Ashley Catlett, Jr, Civitan is a community service club for young people. Members are given opportuni­ ties of leadership to develop communication skills, leader­ ship and team w ork skills needed lo develop a sense o f. public responsibility through communily service. It helps pro­ mote a positive self Image for the members, as well as a posi­ tive Image for young people. Members can continue at D avle High, Both clubs are sponsored by the Mocksville Clvitan Club, Class Of 76 To Award Scholarship To Davie Student , Members of the Davie High Class of 1976 combined forces to raise the funds needed to begin a scholarship In honor of the class at the D avie Community Foundation, The Davle Class o f 1976 Scholarship (las been e.stabllshed. Class members have been making contributions to the fund for several years, In 2008, Alice Hanes and Avis Anderson suggested.that class mates make a $50 donation in honor of their 50th birthdays. More than 30 members made the gift in an effort lo help other D avie students continue their education at a 2-year or 4-year college or university. The class has reached the $5,000 initial benchmark and will award Its first'scholarshlp in M ay 2009 to a deserving Davle High student, "A large congratulation goes to Alice Hanes for her effort and determ ination .to see this happen," said Jane Simpson, foundation president. “Alice has w ritten numerous articles, talked to classmates lii person and via the web, planned a 501h birthday party, and made several personal contributions. She has tt passion for remembering their class by helping future generations of Davle kids,” Now that the fund can begin grant making. It wll) award a scholarship every year going forw ard. The size o f the. scholarship w ill Increase as class members continue to add to the fund and It grows from Investments, Class members will establish the criteria for the scholarship and select the recipient each year, “ C ongratulations to the Davie High Class o f 1976,” Simpson said, “Your legacy will now be alive In Davle County forever - helping young people you may rtever meet,” A w a rd e d B rig h t Id e a s G ra n ts EnergyUnited has made two •Bright Ideas grants to five Davie County teachers, totaling almost $2,000. These awards are a part of the 29 B right Ideas grants totaling $35,088 given to teachers In EnergyUnlted’s 19- county service areo for spccial projects that w ill cnhance instruction in their classrooms. The B right Ideas grant recipients arc Angela Williams and team members B ill Carothers, Becky Delaney and Penny Ledbetter from North Davie Middle School for their project titled, “Amusement Math;” and April Naylor from Cooleemee Elementary School for her project titled, “Instrument Palooza.” “Classroom teachers are Ihe heart and soul of our education system ,” said H . Wayne Wilkins, chief executive officer. “Through the B right Ideas program, EnergyUnited makes funds available for special classroom projects that create excitement among students and enhance learning. It’s a joy for us at EnergyUnited to play a part in providing quality education for students within our servicc area.” Sincc the program was created, E nergyU nited has made more than $467,000 in grants. Bright Ideas grant awards cun be as much as $2,000 each. Teachers in grades K-12 were eligible to apply,- Volunteers, Including educators, com m unity leaders and representatives o f the cooperadves, screen proposals from teachers and make selections. The program is a statewide Initiative o f the 2'6 electric cooperatives in North Carolina, Created In 1994, the program has collectively awarded more than $5,9 m illio n in grant money to N orth C arolina teachers to sponsor 4,000 projects teaching more than 800,000 stiidents, EnergyUnited Individually has made 459 giants totaling $467,486 to teachers for innovative classroom instruction projects, Phillips Completes US Navy Training N avy , Seaman Seth L, P hillips, son o f Shelia R, Sammons o f W oodleaf and Tony L, Phillips ofMocksville, recently completed U,S'. Navy basic training al Recruit Train­ ing Command, Great Lakes, 111, During the eight-week pro­ gram, Phillips completed a va­ riety of training which Included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, and ship­ board and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also placed on physical fitness. The capstone event of boot camp is "Battle Stations", This exercise gives rccruits the skills and confidence they need to succeed in the fleet, "Battle Stations" is designed to galvanize the basic warrior attributes of sacrifice, dedication, teamwork and en­ durance In each recruit through the practical application of ba­ sic Navy skills and the core values of honor, courage and commitment, Phillips is a 2005 graduate of West Rowan High School of Salisbury, Teachers DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 11,2008 - D5 L ì k e À G i f t F r o m S a n t a E v e r y W e e k S m i t h G r o v e ® Have each informative issue of the Davie County Enterprise Record delivered to yourmailbox every week. Like unwrapping a gift from Santa,you won't know what's in it until you open it. Subscribe today to get all of Davie County's news, sports, advertising and more! D A V IE C O U N T Y ЕМТЕПРт/ЕШЕСОРО S U B S C R I B E T O D A Y ! 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Thursday, Dec. 18 Supper with Santa, Mocksvillc Elementary Cafeteria, 5-7 p.m. Pizza, salad, drink $3. Bring camcrn for pic with Santa. SNA of Davie wishes you happy holidays. Ongoing Smith Grove UM C Country Drcnkfast, 3rd Saturday each monlh, 6;30-9;30 n.m. Cooleemee С1у|1«ш BBQ Chicken, 3rd Fri. of each monlh, nt Cool­ eemee Civitan Bidg., Cooleemee. Serving 1/2 chicken, BBQ slaw, baked beans, roll & pound cnkc. $7 per plate. Reserve your plute, sign up al Cooleemee Hardwarc or call 284- 2196 or 284-2030. Will deliver or­ der of five (5) or more. Proceeds to help pay for Cooleemee Civilnn Comm. Bidg. Poor IVIiui’ Supper, nt Hiutlison UMC, 1st Tliursday cach monlh, 6 pm„ 1630 Jcricho Church Rd., Mocksvilie. R e li g io n Sunday, Dec. 14 Chrlslmns Servicc, nt Cornatzer UMC. Choir Program & Candle Lighting Scrvice 7 p.m. (food & fellowship aftcnviuils in fellowship hall.) Locntion; 1244 Cornnlzer Rd., Mocksvilie. Info; 998-0687. Live Nativity Program, nl Macedonia Morovinn Church, 6:30 p.m. with refreshments & cnift.s for children following program. Church location; NC 801 North between Hillsdale & Fimninglon. Spcclal Siiiglnf;', I0;30 u.m. at Believer's Sonship Tiibernucle, Angell Rd., Mocksvilie. Music and message, all arc invited. Wednesday, Dec. 24 Christmn.s Eve Service, ut Comutzer UMC.Begins 11 p.m. with services of enrols, communion, nnd candle lighting. Be with us to wel­ comc the King al midnigiit. Locn­ tion; 1244 Comntzer Rd., Mocks­ villc. Info; 998-0687. Christmas Eve Lovcfcust, at Mncedonia Moravian Church, 4 & 7;30 p.m. Church localion: NC 801 between Hillsdale & Fnrmington. Ongoing Afler Schuoi Prugram, al Cornnlzer UMC, serving Cornnlzer Elementnry School, ages 5-12 years. Cull 998-0687 for info. H20 (His lo Own), new ministry ut Jerusalem Bnpt. Church, 3203 US 601 S., Mocksvilie. On Wednesdays al 7 p.m. for 18-29 year olds who arc college, single, or married. We cover topics perti­ nent & Interesting lo Ihis nge group. Griershnrc, Sal. mornings 9:30 a.m., Cornerstone Christiun Church, fee will be charged lo cover mntcriuls for 13 week scminur. Cull 998-0600 for more info. Klnnnclul Peaec University, 13 week .scries starts Sept. 9, at Hillsdale Bapt. Church, 7 p.m. Open to public. Call 940-6618 for info and preview sessions info. AW ANA & Youth Program, at Ijames Bapt. Church, cnch Sun. Bear Creek Farm EQ V tm iA fl ChMER Ix l us sh.irc our piLSsion for horses willi you! Specializing In thoughtful, compassionato Instruction for ridor and horso. • Superior Boarding ! ,• Exc«Uent teKson ProKruni • Gift Certiiicate Available ; 428 Allen Road, Mocksvilie, NC 336^92-5451 www.be9fcreekfarmeque8tclr.com evening 5:45-7:30 p.m., ages four Ihrough sixth grade. Info: 492-6434. "Journey to Iho Well”, 12 lessons journey, Hannah’s Ministry women’s group, every 2nd Sal. eac month, beginning Oct. II, at II a.m., Fairfield Bnpt. Church, 164 Excalibur Ln., Mocksvilie. A Woman’s Discussion Class, Women O pening llie Worlil. Our Father in Heaven ... Tench As To Pray cach Tues. 10:30-11:30 a.m. nt Jericho Church of Christ. All women invited. Call 492-5711 or 492-5291 for info. Bible Sludy, birth, life, death, res­ urrection of Jesus, each Wed. 6:30 p.m.. New LifeMinislry, 229 Mill­ ing Rd. No chnrgc, everyone wel­ come. Info; 704-642-0512. Jcricho Women’s Bible Sludy, all materials provided at no cost, meets every Tues. moming 10:30 a.m. ul Jericho Church of ChrisI. Ques­ tion; 416-1036 or 704-798-2038. Women’s BibleSludy,every Wed. 5-6 p.m., in n home nenr Milling Road uren. All women welcomc. Info; 751-5229. Women’s Bible Study, focusing on Biblicnl women from femnle perspective and African American, Lutino, and American women, 2nd Sat. ofeach monlh at Fnirficid Bapl. Church, 164 Excalibur Lane (off U.S. 601 S.). Info: 940-5149. Cornatzer Coffeehouse, 3rd Sun. of euch monlh, 7 p.m. at Comutzer UMC. Women’s Sludy Group, Phase 2, on Biblical women,, presented by Hunnnh’s Ministries. Free & held every iccond Snt. of cach monlh, 10-11 n.m. All wclcome. Info; 940- 5149. CarcNel Counseling Centers, «1 KirstBnptistChurch,390N.Mnin St., Mocksvilie. Offers inlcr-dc- nominulionnlcounseling. Acndeml- cally trained, certiricd counselors 6 mental heallh professionals! Info. &uppl. 751-2041. Prcschool/I’arents Morning Out, Belhlelicm United Meth. Time; 9 a.m.-noon. Ages 1 cSc2-M,WorT, Th. Age 3 - M.T, Th. Age 4 & Pre- K - three or four days per week. Cnll 998-6820. Preschool, at Center United Meth. Church, 2 days per week or 4 days per week (4 yr. old clas.s); 2 days per week (3 yr. old class); 2 dnys per week (2 yr; old class) 8:30- 11:30 a.m. Phone 940-3753. Awana & Bible Study, Wednes- duys nl 7 p.m., Hope Baptist Taber­ nacle. S o e d a l E v e n t s Thursday, Dec. 11 Class of ‘76 ChrlslmiLS Party, at Sngebnish, Mocksvilie, 7 p.m., bring wrnpiied $ 10 gift suitable for man or womun. Call 336-972-2755 or 751- 2237. Sunday, Dec. 14 Live Nativity Program, at Mucedoniu Moravian Church, 6:30 p.m. wllh refreshments & crafts for children following program. Saturday, Dec. 20 Open Food Pantry, nt Life Com­ munity Church, 170 Duord Davis Rd., Mocksvillc. They arc opening Ihcir food panliy to fumilies in need from 11 n.m, til 2 p.m. Also offering lunch of homc-mnde soups lounyone lhal wants tp come by. Ongoing Live Music & Dancing, every Sul. night bluegrass, ut Sheffield Music Hnll, cull 704-546-3099 for info. CoiTec House, 3rd Sun. each month, 7 p.m., ut Comnlzcr UMC. Good coffee, good fellowship, & good music. D a t e s to R e m e m b e r Friday, Dec. 12 Fifth Annual Carol Forrest Me­ morial Blood Drive, ul Jericho Church of ChrisI, cull 998-0800 lo schedule appt. Wnlk-in’s also wel­ come. Ongoing VLsllCooleemee'sMlliVlllagcMu- seum. 14 Church St., Wed.-Sul. 10 a.m. lil 4 p.m. Tours also avuilable by appl. Call 284-6040. Slorytimcs, al Davio Co. Library; Tues. lOn.m. &Fri. II n.m.-storic.s, songs, fun for preschoolers. 1st Snt. ofeverymonth - stories/nctlvities for kids of nil ages. At Cooleemee Branch: evety othfrTliuts. 10;30n.m. (cull or chcck website for dnlcs). Al Hillsdale UMC; every other Fri. 10 n.m. (call library or check website for dates). Special Oiympics of Davic County, play activities & fun nite, Wednes­ days at Brock Bidg. Play activities 6- 7 p.m. Fun Nile 7-8:30 p.m. Open lo all persons with disabilities & their families. M e e t i n g s Tuesday, Dec. 16 Democratic Women of Dnvlc, will meet nt Sagebrush Restaurant, Mocksvilie for annual Christmas party. Even will lake placc In re­ served private room nt 6:30 p.m. All democrats of Davie im: wclcome. Wednesday, Dec. 17 La Leclic League of Davic, 10 n.m. at Blai.sc Bnpt. Church, Mocksvilie. All pregnnnt & nursing mothers und theirchildren welcome. Forinfo: 940- 3334 or send an email to; lllofduvie@gmnil.com Ongoing Qavic Beekeepers Association, scc­ ond Mondny of every month, 7 p.m.. at N.C. Cooperative ExI. Office, 180 S. Main SUcet, Mocksvillc. For info: 998-2975. VKW Post 4024,7p.m., 2nd Tues. each month, VFW Hut, Sanford Avenue, Mocksvillc. Eligible mem­ bers wclcome. Come cariy for re­ freshments. For Info call 492-7521. Trium ph Parenting Classcs, Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m., call for info; 751-5636. Humane Society of Davie Co., bi­ monthly meetings 2nd Tues. of every Rvcn-numbcred month, ut Humunc Socicly Adoption Center, 290 Enlon Rd. Call 751-5214 for info. Davic Amateur Radio Club, 1st Tuesdayofcachmonlh,7p.m., Dnvlc Co. Hospital Training Room. Public welcome. Diabetes Support Group, every 3rd Tues. of the month, 10:30-11:15 u.m., nl Dnvie Co. Senior Services, 278 Meroney St, Mocksvillc. Spon­ sored by Heulthy Cnrollnilins of Davic. Questions; 751-8700. Davie Hktorlcal & Gencaiogica) Society, 4th Tues., 7 p.m., Davie Libnuy. Ccnlral Davic High Cluss of 1966, Ihird Monduy euch monlh, al Shiloh Bapt. Church fellowship hall, 6 p.m. Questions; 336-692-7104. Mocksvillc Lloas Club, 1st Tliurs- day, 7 p.m., fellowship hall of St. Francis of Assisi, Yadkinville Rond, Mocksvilie (boiud mceling contin­ ues 1st & 3rd Thurs,, 6 p.m.). Ai-Anon Family Group, at Macedonia Moravian Church, N.C. 801 N.. Advancc, Sundays 8 p.m., Rm. 225 (above fellowship hall). Al- Anon Is a group thal helps families & friends of alcoholics. Cooleemee Womens Civitan Club, meets 4th Thurs. of cnch month, 7 p.m. Cooleemee First Bnpl. fellow­ ship hnll, 204 Marginal St., Cool­ eemee. All area ladies invited, fer funhcr info: 336-284-4795. Slitch-In, a gathering of crafters al Mocksvillc Library, sccond Wed. of ench month, 7-8:15 p.m. Bring your portable project an all your best lips and tricks to share. Info: 751-2023. Community Foundation of Davic County Board of Directors, 2nd Mon., 5 p.m. Rotating meeting. For info/monthly locntioncall 753-6903. Mocksvilie Ga.rdcn Club, 1st Tliurs. of each monlh, 7 p.m., in former fellowship hall behind Firsl UMC, Main Street, Mocksvilie. NorthDavleRuritanClub,monthly dinncrmcetings, sccond Mon. ofeacli month, 7:30 p.m. Cull 782-4276 for info nnd location of next meeting. SmartStarl of Davie County board meeting, 3rd Tues. of every other month (begins Jan.) at SunTrast on Yndkinville Rd., 9-10:30 u.m. Ques­ tions: 751-2113. Alzheimer’s Support Group, 2nd Tuesday ofeach month, 6:30 p.m., nt AutumnCarc, Mocksvillc. Info: 751- 3535. DavieCivitanCiubmeets4th Tliurs. of cnch month, Fcb.-Oct., 7 p.m., nl Hillsdale Bapl. Church, Hwy. 158. All visitors wclcome; NAACP Community Awareness Meeting, every 4th Mon. of each month,7 p.m., nt Shiloh Bnpl. Church. Ccntcr ECA Club meets 3rd Tues­ day ofeach month, al CenterComm. Bidg., 7:30 p.m. Please join us. Disabled American Veterans Post 75 meets on third Monday of cach month, 7 p.m., al 1958 Hwy. 601 S. Contact Ralph at 751-5118 for mote info. Town or Cooleemee Planning Board, meets 3rd lliurs. of cach monlh al Cooleemee Town Hall, 7 p.m. Autkm Support Group 3rd Mon­ duy of ench monlh, 6:30 p.m., nt Hillsdale Bapt. Church, Advance. Davic County Diabetes Support Group, first Thurs. of every month, 7-8:30 p.m., ut Davie Co. fiiblic Li­ brary Small Conference Room. Info: 751-8700. Davic Co.'Hmpilal Auxllary, every sccond Tues., in boml room, 6 p.m. Davic Business Women’s A.<sacia- lion, 1st Wed. of cnch month, 12 noon, ul SunTnist Bnnk. Spcidter of interest and catered lunch, cost $8. Yearly membership $35. Contact Cathy Boles 753-1006 for more info. Celcbrate Recovery, weekly sup­ port group for those struggling wllli or in recovery for bad habits - such as stress, depression, nddiction, abuse, etc. Meets Tliurs. 7 p.m. at Fanning- lon Comm. Cenler, Fannington Rd. Call 408-8750 or8l3-9921 for more info. DavkiCountyHorscEmcrgcncj’Res- cuc Team, 7:30 p.m, downslaiis at tlie Agricultural Building, Mocksvillc. Ev­ ery 3rd Tuesday each monlli. For Info: 940-2111. Davie Co. Band Boosters, meets 2nd Tuesday of month, 7:30 p.m., Davle High Bund Room. Chrislian Businessmen's Commit­ tee of Mock.sville, Tlnirsdnys, 7 n.m. Mocksvilie Rotnry Hut. Gold Wing Touring Association, Red Pig Barbccuc, Greasy Comer, N.C. 801 ut U.S. 601, 6 p.m. 284- 4799. Davic Counly Stamp Club, 2nd Thurs., Dnvie Senior Ccntcr, 7 p.m. 751-0611. CaolccmccKecreationAssociatian, Zuchiuy House, 1st Tuesday, 7 p.m. The Artist Group, Davic County Libnuy, 7 p.m. last Tues. Call Bonnie at 998-5274. Ccnter Community Development, 3rd Mon., 7 p.m. Community Bidg. Cooleemee Town Board, 3rd Tues­ day, Town Hall, 7 p.m. unless other­ wise noted. Cooleemee AA, behind Good Shep­ herd Episcopal, Tues. & Fri., 8 p.m. North Cooleemee and Clark Road Council, 2nd Wednesday, 7 p.m. Friendship Baptist Fellowship Hall. Mocksvilie AA, closed non-smok­ ing meeting, at St. Francis of Assisi Church fellowship hall, 862 Yadkinville Rd., Mocksvilie. Thursday, 7 p.m. Info; Jan 753- 6863. Davie Domestic Violence Services nnd Rope Crisis Center. Offers weekly support group for domestic violence & sexual assault victims. TlicgroupmcetseveryTucs.evcning from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Please call of­ fice for location, 751-3450. Sons of Confederate Veteraas, 1st Monday, Cooleemee Historical Building, 7 p.m. MocksvilieRotary Club,Tuesdays, I2:l0p.m., Rotary Hut. Farminglon Masonic Lodge No. 265, 2nd Monday, 7:30 p.m. nt the lodge. Davie Co, United Way Board of Directors, 4th Monday, 5;30 p.m.. Brock Centcr Annex, Conf. Room 208. DuvicHomebulldcrs,4lhThursday, 7 p.m., Langley's in Mocksvillc, Town Square. Davie High Athletic Boosters, 3rd Monday, 7 p.m., school cafetcria. Farmington Ruritan Club, 2nd Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Farmington Mctliodlst church. HELPS Ministrici), Christian recov­ ery program for women sexually abused as children. Mondays, 7:30 p.m., 41 court Squiuc, Room 210. Parenls Resource Organization (PRO) support group for families of children wilh disnbilitics, 2nd Tues­ day, 7 p.m. Call Roscmury Kropfclder nt 998-3311 for locntion. Jcricho-Hardison Ruritan Club, 2nd Tuesday, 7 p.m., club building. Health Dept., clinic hours: Mon.- Fri., 8:30-11:30 a.m., 1-4:30 p.m. Davle County Board of Social Ser­ vices, 4th Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. al DSS. Narcotics Anonymous Against All Odds Group, First Bapl. Church, 390 N. Main Slrcel (upstairs), Tliurs. 7 p.m.. Sun. 6 p.m. Drug IVoblem? Helpline, 336-785-7280. Mocksvilie American Legion Post 174, VFW Hut, Sanford Ave., 2nd Thursday, 7 p.m. Mocksvilie Civitan Club, 7 p.m., 2nd & 4th Mondays, at First Presby­ terian Church. Advnnce Memorinl Post 8719 Vet­ erans of Foreign W ars und laidics Auxiiiiuy, 4th Tues., 7:30 p.m., post home. Feed Mill Road. Davle Counly Right To Life, 7 p.m., 3rd Thursday,gnuidjury room, court­ house. 751-5235 or 492-5723, Cooleemee Memorial VFW Post 1119,2nd, 4th 'Hiurs., 7 p.m., VFW Hall, N.C. 801. Corinthian Lodge No. I7F&AM, 2nd, 4th Fridays. 7:30 p.m. at the lodge. Mocksvillc Lodge No. 134,1st Tues­ day, 7:30 p.m. at Ihe lodge. Cooleemee CIvltan's Club Meet­ ing, 1st and 3rd Mon. each monlh, 7 p.m., Red Pig, Hwy. 801, Cooleemee. Dnvlc Co. MS Support Group, 2nd Mon. of cach monlh, 6 p.m., Dnvlc Co. Hospilul. R e c r e a t i o n For more information on any of the following rec. events call 751-2325. Davle Youth Council nil students grades 9-12, attend N.C. State Youth Council events, serve community. Cull Sandra 751-2325. Good Timers Square Dance Fannington Comm. Ctr, Mondays 7 p.m., cost $5 per monlh. Volunteer & community scrvice opporlunltlcs. Call 998-3837 for mote info. Davie Metro Tae Kwon Do Ages 6 & up, including adults. Tues. & Tliurs. @ 6 p.m.. Brock Gym. Gary Kecblc, instructor. Call 391- 4538 for more Info. Shelter Rentals Available at Rich Park, Rivcrpark al Cooleemee Falls, nnd Fannington. Cull 751-2325 lo reserve. Special Olympics Fun Nltes nvullnblo lo unyone with u disubilily, Wednesdays, BrockOym,6p.m. Call Kalhie Streit 751-2325. K-2 Instructional B’Bail Includes T-shirt. Silver Striders Brock Gym available for walking 6:30-9 u.m. Qunrterly incentives for miles wnlkcd. Senior Trips Join us for dny trips & occnsional ovemightcrs lo inlcresling locations & let us do Ihe driving. Call Kalhie for info. Senior Gannes Open to all 55 or better. Be active, have fun, softball, busketbull, badmitton, horseshoes, bocce, & more. Dance Company Brock Gym, Emily Robertson 998- 5163, ages 3 & up, including adults. Clas.scs Mon. & Tues. Bocce At Rich Park Sports Complex, Wednesduys, 11 a.m, Leam sport of Bocce. Open to all seniors 55 or better. Y M C A Formoreinfonnatlon,call75l-9622, visit www.dnvic.ymcanwnc.org, or come to the YMCA for a tour. Kids Night Out Parents enjoy date night or do some holiday shopping. Kids will enjoy dinner, swimming, arts, crafts, and more at the YMCA. Register now for Kids Night Out on Friday, D e c 12, 6-11 p.m. Open to children 3 mo.-12. $10/mcmbers, $15/non-membcrs. Register by Thurs., Dcc. 11 at noon lo avoid $10 per child laic fee and ensure a placc for your child. Indoor Soccer Everyone plays ul Ihe YMCA, even when it's cold outside. Leam variety of .skills, value of teamwork, and good sportmanshlp during weekly practices. Saturday games. Rcgistra- tionforchilden3-l3,nowttuuJan.9: seuson Jun. 12-Mnrch 7. $40/mem- bcrs, $75/potential members. Swim Lessons Sign up now. Choo,sc from Tues/ TIuirs. evening lessons $33 mem- bcrs/$66 non-members or Sat. morn­ ing lessons .$16 membcr.s/$33 non- members. Private cSc family lessons ulso available. iVIembers Only Join Ihc YMCA nnd take advantage of watcrncrobics,yoga,blking, walk­ ing, personal training, and more. Come visil and tour our facility at 215 Cemetery Sueet nnd leam how wc build strong kids, strong families, and .su^ng communities. S e n i o r s All Senior Activities take place at Davle County Senior Services lo-. catcdat278 Meraney St.,Mocksville unless otherwise noted. Call 753- 6230. Ongoing Sr. Lunchbox, M,T,W , 11:30 a.m., Th. & Fri., II a.m., lunch served dully. Sliver Health Excrclses, Exercise Room of Senior Services, M, W, F, 8:30 u.m. Tues. & Thurs. 9 a.m. at Mock Place, (open to any senior). Quilting Club, every Monday, 10 a.m. Bridge, every Friday, 2 p.m. SKIPBO, Wednesdays, I p.m. Scrapbooking, every 2nd Tuesday, 2 p.m. Dr. Dunn, Podialrisl, ut Sr. Services every three .weeks, 8:30 n;m., please call for dates. Free Blood Pressure Checks, once a monlh, at 10:30 a.m. in the Nutri­ tion Silc. Singing Seniors Choru.s,Thursdays, 10 a.m. VFW Ladies Auxiliary, every 2nd Thurs., 1 p.m. Scrabble, I p.m. every Monday. Rook, I p.m. every Monday. Texas Hold’Em-Thursdays, 1 p.m. Painting - Wednesdays 8:30-11:30 n.m. Grief Support Group, 1st & 3rd Tucsdnys at 6 p.m. Sr. Book Club, every second Tues. of the month, 12:30 p.m. Computer Classes • are available, call for informution. Artiirlticiilxcrcke-cvcryotlicrWed. 10:30 u.m. Low Impact Aerobics - Wed. & Fri. begins Feb. 7 11 a.m. til 12 p.m. Fitness Equipment Room - open Mon.-Tliurs. 8 a.m. lil 8 p.m. Fridays 8 a.m. lil 5 p.m. Table Tennis-every Tues. 1-4 p.m. Art, Mondays 9 a.m. til 12 p.m. Tai Chi, Tuesdays (call for sesssion dates) Line Dancing, Thurs. 11 a.m. lil 12 p.m. & 2-3 p.m. R e p o r t D a v ie D a t e l i n e I t e m s B y N o o n M o n d a y Items for Davic Dateline should be reported by noon Monday of the pub­ lication week. Call 751 -2120 or drop it by tlie office, at S. Main St. across from Ihe courthousc. NOW THRU SATURDAY! DIAMON. MOCKSVILLE • 751-3747 fiWE HER ИНШЗ FOit CNMSmU! CLEMMONS • 766-1800 I Regular at $699! ! Ю С а п й а 1 1 Д Р Ю С Е ! GOLD GALLERY DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. II, 2008 - D7 Public Notices NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualHled as Kxeoutor ol Ihe Estate ol EDNA TANNER, late ol Davle County, this Is to nolily all persons, llrms and corporations having claims against said estate to presenl them lo the under­ signed: T. Dan Womble, Attorney, 3802 Clemmons Road, Suite A, Clemmons, NC 27012, on or be­ fore February 20, 2009, (being three (3) monlhs from this first day ol publication o( this notice), or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. Ail persons, firms and corporations Indebted to said es­ tate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 20th day of November, 2008. . CAROL SIMPKINS 410 Saddlebrook Circle Lewisville, NC 27023-8214 T. Dan Womble Attorney at Law P.O. Box 1698 Clemmons, NC 27012 11-20-4ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Executor ol the Estate of MILDRED ALLEN BOWLES COUCH, lale of Davle County, this Is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate to presenl them lo Ihe undersigned on or before February 20, 2009, (being three (3) months (rom this first day of publication of this no­ tice), or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All persons, llrms und corporations Indebted lo said estate will please make Im­ mediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 20th day of November, 2008. WALTER FRANKLIN COUCH 265 Feezor Rd. Mocksvillo, NC 27028 11-20-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Administra­ tor ot the Estate ol KATHY HAWKINS RAYLE, late ol Davle County, this Is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before March 4, 2009, (be­ ing three (3) months Irom this llrst day ol publication ol this notice), or this nolice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, firrns, . and corporations Indebted to said estate will please trlakeMfhmedlate payment lo the undersigned. This the 4lh day of December, 2008. BOBBY WAYNE HAWKINS 3614 North Lakeshore Dr. Clemmons, NC 27028 12-4-4tn 4ln DAVIE COUNTY , NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Executor ol the Estate of BERLIE W. WYATT, late ol Davle County, this Is to no- tlly all persons, llrms and corpora­ tions having claims against said estate to present them to the un­ dersigned on or before February 20,2009, (being three (3) months from this llrst day ol publication ot this notice), or this nolice will be pleaded In bar of Iheir recovery. All persons, (irms and corporations In­ debted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This Ihe 20th day of November, 2008. BRENDA W. HAWKS 194 No Creek Road Mooksvllle, NC 27028 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law Ten Court Square Mocksvilie, NC 27028 11-20-4 GENETREXLERROOFING New & Old Roofs Small Repair Jobs Free Estimates 33B-284-4571 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Executor of the Estate ol CATHARINE C. LITTLE, late ol Davle County, t\ils Is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before March 4, 2009, (being three (3) months from this first day ol publication ol this nolice), or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons, flmis and corporations In­ debted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 26th day ol November, 2008. JOHN F. DEWEY 341 Millstone Drive Lexington, NC 27295 MARTIN 8. VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law Ten Court Square Mooksvllle, NG 27028 12-4-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administra­ tor ot the Estate ol MELVIN HAROLD DEHART, late ol Davle County, this Is to notify all persons, llrms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before February 27, 2009, (being three (3) months Irom this llrst day of publication ol this no­ tice), or this notice will be pleaded In barof Iheir recovery. All persons, firms and corporations indebted to said estate will please make Im­ mediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 27th day of November, 2008. PAULINE M. DEHART 3059 US Hwy 64 East Mocksvilie, NC 27028 11-27-4IP NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of the Estate ol PAUL, CLIFTON COCKERHAM, late of Davle County, this Is to notify all persons, (Irms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before February 27, 2009, (being three (3) months from this first day ol publication of this no­ tice), or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All persons, , limis and corporations Indebted to . said estate will please make Im­ mediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 27th day of November, 2008. ELOISE T SHELTON 196 Grover Rd. Mocksvilie, NC 27028 11-27-4tn ' NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Executor of the Estate of JOHNSIE ETHEL TUCKER SHELTON, lale of Davle County, this Is lo notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them lo the undersigned on or before February 27, 2009, (being three (3) months from this llrst day ot publication of this no­ tice), or this nolice will be pleaded In bar ot their recovery. All persons, firms and corporations Indebted to said estate will please make Im­ mediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 27th day of November, 2008. VON C. SHELTON 153 Woodhaven Ln. Mocksvilie, NC 27028 11-27-4tn Absolute Auction lyiad Dodge W/S All offices/shop/10 lifts I Mon. Dec, IS 10:00 a .m . #5098 JC Pegg Auction (336)996-4414 www.peggauctlon.com NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS The undersigned having quall­ lled as Executor of the Estate of Etta C. Barkley, Deceased, lale of Davlef County, North Carolina, gives this notice to all persons, firms, and corporations having claims against the estate to exhibit them lo the undersigned at Ihe of­ fice of DAVIS & BREWER ATTOR­ NEYS, 104 Stadium Oaks Drive, Suite C, Clemmons, North Caro­ lina, 27012, on or before the IO'" day of March, 2009, or this nolice will be pleaded In bar of their re­ covery. All persons Indebted to the estate will please make Immediate payment.. This the 11'" day of December, 2008, Jack R. Barkley Executor ol the Estate ol Etta C. Barkley BY; GILBERT!. DAVIS, JR. PO DRAWER 786 104 STADIUM OAKS DRIVE, SUITE C CLEMMONS, NC 27012 12-11-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor ol the Estate of JO ANN L. WHELP- LEY, late ol Davle Counly, this Is to notlly all persons, llrms and cor­ porations having claims against said estate to presenl them to the undersigned on or before March 11,2009, (being three (3) months from this llrst day of publication of this notice), or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All persons, llrms and corporations In­ debted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 11 th day ol December, 2008. DAVID B. WHELPLEY, JR. 3910Charmal PI. Charlotte, NC 28226 12-11-4tp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS. SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Take notice that pursuant lo NCGS 160A-268, Davle County Is seeking sealed bids for the follow­ ing equipment; 1978 John Deere Tractor with attachments Alkota 3852 High Pressure . Washer This equipment Is located.al, Davle Counly Public Utilities (for­ merly Davle County Water Depart­ ment), 261 Chaffin Street, Mocks­ vilie, NC. Inquiries should be made by contacting Jell Crisco at (336)753-6090 or leff.crisco@ co.davl0.nc.u s. Sealed bids will be received until 3:00 p.m., Friday, December 19, 2008, and will be opened at that time In the olflce of Brenda Hunter, Clerk to the Board, Davle Counly Administration Building, Room 250,123 South Main Street, Mocksvilie, NC. Please label all envelopes “SEALED BIDS". Each bid must be accompanied by a bid security In an amount not less than live percent (5%) of Ihe amount ol the bid. The bid secu­ rity will be retained If the success­ ful bidder (ails to consummate the contract. Security may be In the form of cashier's check, certified check, or cash (personal checks will not be accepted). The Davle County Board of Commissioners will consider all bids at Its regular meeting on Mon­ day, January 5, 2009 and may at that time accept the bid submitted by the highest responsible bidder, or reject any or all bids. Brenda B. Hunter Clerk to the Board 12-11-1tn T v t c x s ie r ‘} ( m A T lu c tu m s Selling Qiialily Furniture from Several CP Morgan Model Homes. FVklay,D«*nüMTl9allOam Suturduy, DccvtnberJM ui lOiun ScUb« РипШиге from SctUnii PunUtun! fttmi 4М(х1с111опмя 5Mo(k>ilIomcs 4227 OtóklHOtte Drive HlUlUtOtiKlluUlMvtt WIivsíoibSJakmNC 27105 Kurull[all,NC 27M5 Vlsll Olir Wcbsile for тогу info: w w w .C lassicAuctions.coin NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDrrORS Having qualified as Co-Admln- Istrators ot the Estate of BETTY GREENE SMITH, late of Davle County, this Is to notify all persons, (Irms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them lo the undersigned on or before March 4, 2009, (be­ ing three (3) months from this first day of publication of this nolice), or this nolice will be pleaded In bar ot their recovery. All persons, llrms and corporations indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 24lh day of November, 2008. STACEY A. SMITH 200 Mill Creek Drive Fuquay-Varlna, NC 27526 JUSTIN P. SMITH 3710Apl. G, Colswold Drive Greensboro, NC 27410 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law Ten Court Square Mocksvilie, NC 27028 12-4-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Administra­ trix CTAof the Estate ot ELLAMAE WOOTEN , late of Davle Counly, this Is to notify all persons, llrms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before March 11, 2009, (being three (3) months from this llrst day ol publi­ cation of this notice), or this nolice will be pleaded In bar of iheir re­ covery, All persons, firms and cor­ porations Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate pay­ ment lo Ihe undersigned. This the 3rd day of December, 2008. LINDA M. SMITH 320 Speer Road Mocksvillo, NC 27028 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law Ten Court Square Mocksvilie, NC 27028 12-11-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of Ihe Estate of ORA P. BRAMMER, late ol Davle County, this Is to no­ tify all persons, llrms and corpora­ tions having claims against said estate to present them to the un­ dersigned on or before March 4, 2009, (being throo (3) months Irom thl$ first day of publication of this nolice), or this nolice will be pleaded In bar of Iheir recovery. All persons, firms and corporations In­ debted to said estate wili ploaso make Immediate payment to Ihe undersigned. This Ihe 4th day ol December, 2008. JAMES D. MEADOWS 478 Cherry Hill Rd. Mocksvilie, NC 27028 12-4- NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDrrORS Having qualllled as Executor of the Estate of BRENDA PAYNE BOWLES , lale ol Davle Counly, this Is to notify all persons, llrms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before March 11, 2009, (being three (3) months from this first day of publi­ cation of this notice), or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their re­ covery. All persons, firms and cor­ porations Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate pay­ ment to the undersigned. This the 11 th day ol December, 2008. DENISA FLIPPIN WATKINS PO Box 185 Clemmons, NC 27012 12-11-4tn MILLER EQUIPMENT RENTAL WINTER IS COMING! Bobcat, aerator, core plugger & more for rent today! Hw>.60IS,Moiksviiif |336| 751'23D4 FOR SALE: Cars • Trucks Utility Buildings Carports: All Sizes, All Galvanized All Size Dog Lots 336-751-3442 Mocksvilie, NC John DanlcU 7Ü4*SU7«1449 G E N E ’S AUTO PARTS Wa Make Hydraulic Hoses & Mix Auto Paint 766-9148 3612 Clemmons Road Clemmons H a r t i s P o o l & S u p p lie s (Ш«>СМс**Гоо1«$р|Ы*11м ()|ieá«tCW4[>VbHllwh|ilmM( Tommy HfUTÍ.s/Owncr-Over 20 Yin. Шр. 277 Pleasam Acro Dr., Mwksvillc Home 13361284-4817 ^Buiinest (336) 9094027^ NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HOME­ LAND SECURITY, OFFICE OF FINES, p e n a l t ie s, AND FOR­ FEITURES, U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION, CHAR­ LOTTE, NC, Deoember 11,2008. Notice is hereby given that Ihe fol­ lowing property was seized In Mocksvilie, North Carolina on De­ cember 2, 2008, under the provi­ sions of title 18, United Slates Code, section 981, for violation of title 18, United Stales Code, sec­ tion 1956 and title 21, United States Code, section 681: $120,153.63 (U.S. Currency) Anyone asserting an Interest and claim to the property must file, within twenty (20) days from the date of first publication of this no­ tice, a claim wllh Ihe Fines, Penal­ ties, and Forfeitures Officer, Cus­ toms and Border Protection, 1901 Cross Beam Drive, Charlotte, N.C. 28217, In defaull of which the seized property will be forfeited as prescribed by law. Elizabeth Sebik, FP&F Officer. 12-11-3tn METALROOFING 3’ Coverage • 30+ Colors 25 Year Warranty Post Fram e Buildingscall for prices! 1-888-278-6050 MID-STATE METALS of the Carolinas, LLC C A S H PAID FOR ANTIQUES, PARTIAL OR WHOLE ESTATES. COLLECTABLES, OLD METAL TOYS, ANTIQUE FURNITURE CiH JlrtlMr loillck UMM-SNl RANDY MIUER &SONS 295 Mllltr Koad •Mocksvillt(336) 284-2826 ' NowPunqringS«ptleTMki ' SliWS(»efWor)t Tmclwr Work Htuling SfpllcSi Foollngi LoidtrWork got you covered... From the cornfields to the courthouse, the Enterprise Record covers Davie County. Subscribe today for delivery each week to your mailbox. CaH 751-2120 D A V IO C O U N T Y E N T E ilP m /^ ^ A C C O R D STROUSE HOUSE AUCTIONS 1424 Industrial Dr., Statesville. NC 28625 Phone;704-872-8444 336-940-6306 AUCTIONEER: MIKE STROUSE, NC LIC. #7465www.strousehouse.zoomshare.com i ThMTS., Dm . 11 • BdOPM • IhKidoad ЗшркмЗакад« SaltiWmiWFIIIW • Dw Sl«h - го* » Urt UM«. Il XI ttrd PU Вс DOÍ S»*. 1Ып Ctwtih(:атф«л161Д Birwi Af rui« вьчь, SO ТаШ Fiidn Вло^Омп Ar üjcky 1 №|0 D«m Mun I Cm Ml t P ttite Boatilwg Aron DF100 R ta reil. t CtitwKrwvL Uortoiir,CAIMN • Ter« • Cabfi t Don«. 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IM (Wdv, IWhgvtta ICO m fu »to, X№ Ггм ¡Un TOOU - • Ar Rixk NaJn Mi Drl K6, WMi, Boa Ar WriTK^s^ SO 1 СЁпА йо№|г Hjrm. cosi CcMor, 9.5^ Oai LMn, Ar Sat., Dm. 13 • 6:30141 • Rick Hannon FOOD SALE!!(>шв( I R«tai/ir« (>iaiiy Foce!!! Frain t Scrt« Dry Sttau S.trv, Bion^OuvttM.Бт, ГЫ Et - M« r«r СмкпВ Dtn<:OoM:mtof-TreouthtoExtl49A,aB^nalAv.lE»iD4>f>fOx.i>4mä0imt SMlSMhn-fkrthfíonlndu§trt»IDr^Stnu§0Hou»»Aue^l»onth0L0ft . »спял íft* RR trwcks.-Ju4t Я $twi drfv» »nd ш у to ftnd. Á lltucShield of North Cnrultnu ^ Can you have all your Medicare coverage in one plan? Absolutely! Blue M edicare HMO" BUioMetdicare PPO' Offering bolh medical and prescription drug coverage -Ina single plan. $0 monthly premium plans available' Medicare Advontaijv plons offciad by PARTNERS Nalionol HiKiHh Plam of Noiih CüfQlIna Inc (PARINÍRS) andodininibtewd byita parent company. ' Okie O o ii nnd Blut’ iliii’ld ol North Carolina (ÜCOSNC). wiOt ov«r 75 years of ii'fvlce in North C'J'vUna C a ll J o h n W b o d a t J o h n s o n In s u r a n c e S e r v k e s t o d a y t o l« a m m o tra a lM U t o u r a lM n - o n a p la n s ] (336)753-1033 Monday - Friday. 8 a.m. lo 5 p.m. ., After busifiess hours; I-S00-66S-8037 Monday - Triday, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday - Sunday. 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. For Uie hearing and &peecK Impaired CTTY/TDD); h888^Sh99S7 Other products offered for Medicare beneficfories {nciude Slue Medicore Supplements and Blue Medicare Ax'*' 1 Vein íri».^í continue lo pay yoor Medicare Part B Premium. 2 BCBSNC is a prtíictipiion drug plan sponior with a Medicare conUaci \ BenvfUi. (orrwlüty, phanmcy, nalwoiK premiurv Qod/trcopaymenti/ . coinmance may change onJanuory 1.2010. Plm n contoci BCBSNC for detoili. PAR TNERS is a Madic<i(Q Advantage ofgoniwtion with o Medicare coniroct (0 prowde HMO arid rPOpMni íJCflSÑC and RA/?rNf/?5 are indcpindenf licensees of the Blue Crwis and Blue Shield Associot/oa U6018..9/0aH3^49.^4m IQ/lS/08, H 3404_.4m W /16/08 D8 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursdny, Dec, 11,2008 DAVIE-CLEMMONS Call Monday-Friday 8 AIUI-5 PM TOLL FREE , 1-I77-7S1-2120 FAX: 704-630-0157 EMAIL: CLASSADS@SALISBURYPOST.COM REACH OVER 29^000 READERS EVERY WEEK! R u n 3 W e e k s 1пЛ1п5РпУ'*'*'’^' Include a p^lo with your auMouse or 'FREE! MM IT í«¡ P« »1 »"Ч '« il I” * lor only $10 ^.00 a Week •AccNirtlngTliunci • ügmclM .•CoMlncllm^llled TMm • GmramMtJalit • MUr/Xtlh/lMity :<Ritill • ChlMCmtPmaitlci • ConiMtit/EngliiNriiig/ : ПЯк)||||п1 . Tnii»|iortatloii • filucitlontThilnlflg .•вмт1 • NMlthcaii .• Haiti tHospHallly «М м чм м К : PnfmlMil ^MMllltluringS ' PradwtlM 'Ottici a elettoli '«RMlwaaVFMKi S«ntM • SilNaMaikitIng •StasMiienploiiimnt A u t o n io t lv e D r iv e r s & T r a n s p o r ta tio n D r iv e r s & T r a n s p o r ta tio n D rlvor Metal Salos Mfg. a nallonwldo manulaclurer ol melal building componenis, Is In noed ol a Full lima regional class A-CDL driver oporating out ol our Mocksville. NC laclllty. Mulllple stop tlatbed routes could be 2-3 nights out. Operat­ ing In NC, SC, VA. and parts ol W V. Home weekends and holidays. Late model Ryder leased equipment, new trailers with RoU-Tlte tarplng conversion systems. You provide 3 years vorilled driving oxp. with clean driving rocord and good customer service abllllles. Pay Is based on mileage, stops,hours and chocks with a $750/week minimum guarantee. Call Shelly Leazer O B00-22a-6119 or stop by our plant ® 188 Quality Drive In Mocksvillo. E d u c a tio n & T r a in in g E d u c a tio n & T r a in in g Enrollmont Sorvlces Counsolor, Oavio Campus Davidson County Community Collogo Is accopting applications for a full-timo position, Enrollmont Sorvlcos Counsolor. OavlQ Campus, For moro infomiation pioaso soo tho "Employmon} Opportuni- tios* pago on tho Coltogo wobsito: http://www.dovld80ncco.odu or contact: Tolophono: 336-24g>8186, Ext. 6360 Email: hrQ davldeonccc.odu Equal O pportunity Collogo D r iv e r s & T r a n s p o r ta tio n Dleto) Mechanic, export- orKod, noodod lor float eliop. TremorxJous oppoitunlty, good pay, .good bonoMs) Call now! 5зв-9567120 D r iv e r s & T r a n s p o r t a t io n Driver • Currently Hiring Ex* portoncod Toama'and Waa wtth Ha2Mat. Dry Van & Ton^ Contret Qvollablo. O/Os wolcomo. Can Covenant iece)>684-2519.EOE. Drlvor • PTL Noode Compa­ny Drivors- CDL-A oarn up to40 c^m. t/2cpm Incroaso ov-к milos. Call 077- DRIVERS • ASAPI Slgn-on bonus. 35-41 cpm. Earn ovor $1000 wookly- Excollont bofv olits. Nood COL-A & 3 mos rocont OTR. 077-250 8702. www.mollontnKK.com DRIVERS • Qroat EQuipmont. Pfoloastonol Pay. Lots ol Frolghl. Van ond Flatbed avaiTflblo. CDL-A, 23 yr„ 1 yr. OTR, Smilhwoy Moto» Xproes. 00e-ei0-7607, www.Bmxc.com Drivers • Miles A Freight: Positions avaUablo ASAPI CDL-A with lankor required. Top pay. premium bonofits and MUCH MORE! Call of visit us onHno. 677-404-3060. www.oakkiyiran8port.com DRIVERS • Womer noods OTR truckors NOWI No ox­porlonco noododi $700*/wk eamlrm potontUil. No Prot> lomi Training avallabkil Call Now l-eoO-557-0242. EXPERIENCED OTR DRIVERS. *5% Moro Paid Miles. 'Choose Your Pay Plan. ‘Van, Flaibod, Rofrlgor- alion. Roohl Transport. Expo- rionce Iho Power of Rod. Over 40 years and still grow­ing. Class A COL roquirod. Trolning availnblo. AA/EOE. QoRoohl com 008-607-0345. IMMEDIATE OPENINQS. CDL A loams, O/OPs and compar>y drtvors noodod. Eam up lo $2.45 por milo. Ammo oxporionco a plus. $2,000 slgn*on bonus t-000- 035-9471 H e a lth c a r e G e n e r a l ACCOUOT/BOOKKEEPINQREP lor Darren Holdings A Co. (a technical hardware di- viston company). Interoetod persons should sond a cover lollor with his/her rosumo available to: chucknobloOya- hoo.com Diesel Mechanic, oxpert- oncod, needed. 1er Itoot st^op. Tromondous growth opportunity, good pay, good bonotrtst Cali nowl ЭЗО-050-7120 Energetic Individuals with slrong cuslomor service skills noodod at now Liberty Tax Sorvleo kjcatod In Mocksvlllo. Pleaso fax resumo or lotior ot Interest to 704-&03-3343 or call Susan at IM-QAO' 6704 Experienced tax preparornoodod w4lh strong customer sorvleo skills at new Liborty Tax Sorvleo tocatod in Mocksvillo. Pioaso lax rosumo or loltor oi Intorest to 704-663-334Э or call Susan at 704-840- 0794 JOB OPPORTUNITIES NOW HIRING, No Expori- onco Noodod. Good pay and bonolils, paid Iralnlng, promo- tlor)S, rogutar raises. High sSchool grads ages 17-34. Call McndayFriday, 800-002- 7410 for local Inlorvkjw. Willing to educate a highly motivatod Indivkiual for о re­warding career in financial sorvlcos. Cell 330'920-4662 lorintorvlow, H e a lth c a r e Licensed nurses, lull-tlme and week­ end shills available. PRN also avail­ able. CNAs, full-time 1" & 2“ shits available. Apply In parson at NC Stale Veterans Home, 1601 Brenner Ave., Bldg. 10, Salisbury. Cefebrate B a b y 's f i r s t C h r i s f m s f Pliotos will publish on Christmas Day. Share your new addition with your family & friends, near & far for: ■ only $10 for full color picture blockl DAVIB C ^ N T V _ - l:NTERPRI/^ECORD L O U nC t" Deatlllne for photos; Thursday, December 18 ; ■ fax: 704-630-0157 ■ email; classails@ sallsburypost.i!oin ■ call: Ciasslilods at 704-797-4220 (vis«D wfxi ■ drop oil or mall: Salisbury Post PO Box 4639,131 W. Innas St., Salisbury, NC 28145 Baby’s Name; __ Date of Blrtti; __ Parent's Marne; _ Contact Name; _ Contact Number;. Message;'______ S a le s & M a r k e tin g RECnumNQ NEW MEDI­ CARE Advflntago Agents. Loads ProvkJod. Wookly Pay. Wo offer agoncy dovolopmont A hands-on training available. Call 1-066-COO-7I71.Rockorfollor. WANTED: LIFE AQENTSIPotontial lo Earn $500 a Oay- Oroat Agont Gonents-Com- missions PakJ Daily-bboral UndorwntlngLoads, Loads, Loads. Llfo Insuranco, Ll- conso noniiirod. Call 1-008- 713-0020. Y a r d S a le A r e a 6 Mocksvillo Garago / Estate Sfllo Friday S Salurday, Docombor 12 & 13. 8am* tZpm, t29 Ash Drivo (North Ridgo Dovolopmont). Ladies sl20 L to 3X, nice swoalors, stioos 10-11, lops, movies, books, CDs, tiousehold and o variety ot oilior lloms. Somo now for Christmas gifts. Mocksvlllo Qarago Sslo.Frtday Doc tZ, eam-4pm & >at Doc 13. 8am-12pm. 250 Lat Whltakor Road on LibortyChurch Rd, Christmas flower arrongomonts. Chrlstma-i suckors A candy, flavorings, clotnos & other itoms. Rain or shlnol Davle & Clemmons Yard Satoe Advance. 293 Loi.. Drive, {Rodmond Way Subdi- viston olf Hwy 150). Yard Sato, Friday, Docombor 12’’. Antiques, toys, books, etc. Mocksvlllo Liquidating Inside Yard Salo, No roneorv ablo offor will bo rolusod, 114 Turkoyloot Rood. Ooc 6,13 Ä 20.0arn-4pm • Hntli|U9s/CallocUlilm •HitiifCralti/HoblilN •SuliilingEqiilpiiital/ SuppIlN • Business EqulpmenV Suppllu • CeliPlionwiSirrtce •ClothM.Ailiill/Clilldign • Computers a Software • Conslgnniint 'Eiitlitnlcs • EneiclteEqulpiMiit • FannEqiilp,/Siippiles • Floweis/Plants • Food/Protfuce • Fuei/Wooil < Funtlluie/Appllantet • Gaines a Toys • Hunting a FIsliing • Jewelry •lawoaCaidgnSalesa Senice • Madilnery/Tools • Medlcai Equipment • Misc. Equip,^iipplles • Mlsceiianeous For Saie • Music Sales/Service • Sparling OoDtls •licliots •TV/DVD/Video • IWant lo Buy/Mercit. B u s in e s s E q u ip m e n t & S u p p lie s Coll phono wilh camora. Hash, MP3, ond morot Too much to list. $170. Ploase call 704-857-2884 lormorolnto. C lo th e s A d u lt & C h ild r e n Infants Girls Sleepers 0-9 Mos. Largo Qox (35) itoms Call 704 037 0330 $15.00 KIppy boll, lad/fl 32. Black. Liko now. $200.3 othof wost- om bolts. $IOOfor 1. $25eo„ othorZ, 704-037-2277 E le c t r o n ic s OVO/VCn 3 disc Changer byRCA.Comos with fomoto. $65. 704-790-3030 Hughes Net satelllto . . monL Completo Setup. Used 6 months. Good shape. 704-232-0677. $100,00 Now MP3 player. NIB Igb pink mp3 plover, 1.6‘ color scroon'704-033-9194 . E x e r c is e E q u ip m e n t Ab Doer, prolosstonal. $25Ploase call 704-636-6575 Smith machine with Olympic bar and platos. $150 obo. Piooso call lor moro Informa­ tion, 704-637-2277. F o o d & P r o d u c e Weshvard Journoy Nlckote2000. Unclreulalod,ln roll.P& D mint. $20 for both rolls. 70<»-934-2570 F u e l & W o o d Benches, wood, backless, 15f Indios high. 3-7 ft. $5- $15 oach. 704-fl33-70fl0 or 2100011 loavo rnsg. Firewood For Salo Roady to Burn, you haul. Pioaso Coll 336-492-7331 Qas or wood fireplace with logs. Never usod. 40’ x 22* x 33*. $400. 336-753-1400 or 330-655-3201 F u r n it u r e & A p p lia n c e s Oodo, pillow lops brand now with warranty. Must soli. F-$109, Q-$195, K-$250. Call 336008-5069 F u r n it u r e & A p p lia n c e s Couch, Í 150. Burgundy rodlnor, $50. Excollont condition. 704-279-9392 Dresser, wooden 5 drawer and nightsland. S50. Girl's 3 drawer dressor Д nibhtstand, 2 avail. $50 00.704-209-0603 For salo king sizo bod hoad board thot has nilrror andlights.704-0:•030-9903 Glass Top Table. 42 x 72Inches with mirrored pedestal and 4 uphoisterod chairs. $250 for OIL 704-037.9870 New CleDrwnler 7‘ ovsl ШЯ set w/lnsort, Cherry, 4 fabric sldo chairs, 2 fabric arm chairs, matching 9‘x9' hutch w/wtno rack. $2,800. 336- 753-1408 or 336-655-3201 RefrlgorotorbyGE. Sldo by sldo with loo maker. Good condition. $250. Call 366-990-0974 Roper Washer, $160.Mayton Dryer, $145. Ken- more Dryer, dnion, 7tS4-79B-1026or, $120. Good СОП' Solo still In plastlo. Must soil, stggwiihdotivoiy. Please call Leon at33Q-392-3340 Table & ChairsLarge oval dinner tablo, 6 Chairs. $350 obo. 704-232-2470 ТвЫо & Chairs. Solid oak round dinotto with 4 chairs Ex. cond. PaW $575, asking $150. 704-232-2474 Washer and StoveBoth In good cor^itton,$50oach.704-232-2470 Wflfehor/Dryer.WhhlpodXLIoad. Used 5 months, put In storago. $500.704-232-2479 G a m e s & T o y s Ain HOCKEY TABLE Full sl20, like new wilh electronk: scoring. $300. Ptoaso call for mora Into,, 704-239-1340 Nintendo WII. Brand now, novor opened. $200, Pioaso call 704-297-0230 M e d ic a l E q u ip m e n t F u r n it u r e & A p p lia n c e s Adult Diapers, dlsposabte Medline. Size medium. $5 por pack, to/pack. 5 ^ packs. Call 704-638-9370 Bunk Bods. Nice sot, wood. 2 now mattrossos. $125 firm. 330-096-3656 M is c F o r S a le ■ Afeiv Todau! 1 Cabinet. 3 (t floor cabinet with post form lop. $20, Pioaso call lor moro Informa­tion, 704-200-0603 15 PEOPLE WANTED tolose up to 30 lbs In 30 Daysl 100% GuarantoodI Dr. Roc- ommendodl $30. Call 704- 213-6355Cabinets, 2 ft. wood floor. , Stained. 2 nvaH, 6 It. post ' form countertop. $150 for all. i Pioaso coll 704-209-0603 AccessorySmall Coach cosmolic hold­all bag, Brown w/ black trim. Exceltont con., 704-636-6575China Cablnol. 2 ploco. Liohls up, vory nteo. Cost $3.250. Asking $500 lirm. Bicycle, low-rldor. Goto fonders, rod vetour bannana seat, ape bars. $150. Pleaso call 704-407-6099 Church Pews 11 foot long. Pino. $100.704-639-1690 Computer desks, throe in good condition, ono comor dosk, woodon $20 each. 336- 751-1059 Bicycio. Ladies Schwinn 26'*, 3-spood, motaUic groon, oxcoltont condilton. $90, 704-270-8874 M Is c F o r S a le Carsoat, Grace Mdlh extra base. Up lo 25 lbs. $30. Ora- CO Exorsaucor Oo, $20. Ploasocall 330-787-5003 Cotilo Pax foeders 3 ring & 2 ring $100 & $50, 5 ft bush hog $200. 0 X 14 Tandom lrailor$300.704-033-5332 CENTURY TRUCK SHELL Century Sholl off of-Shortbod 1997 ' Oodgo truck. Rod. $250. Call 704-630-9501 ChrtstmosTroo Prolit Iroo, 7.5‘, Now In box. Contorbury, $125. 704-630-9286 Cooler, Coca-Cola Racing (amity. 7 drivore. $25, Fot moro Information, ptoaso call 704-209-0003 Crib with chai labto.Pack'N Piay.'i 704-030-9370 with changing I. $100. Uohtoak. CNPlay.iso. Delta 14“ ben saw. Liko new, $290. Call330-998-6164 Delta Floor Drill Press $275 Pioaso caU 336-998-6164 DOG LOT, 10x10x4 konnol. $150. Ploasocall 704-003> 4220 or 704-213-6540 for more Information. Double Dog Lot Each section 10x6. Good condition, $125. 704-637-2522 FO RED LED STROBE LIGHTS, 4 LEO Rod Sirobo Lights and controllors NEW. $№. Call 704-630-9501 Firewood, 1 cord mixod hardwood. OoKvoiod lot $100. If Iniorosted, pleaso cell 336-030-2166 For «ato 6' hutch, wood chip­ per. sign w/toltors, pipe dloa with liandlo, Qono With tho Wind lloms. 336-204-2705 Qovellfl coHoo maker new $20. motat bod rails $20, FU- tor Queen vacuum doaner $200. 704-033-5332 Hsrdy plank siding wtth staggered edge. 26 ,l0'x40' pieces. $225. Please call 336-787-5003 Paintball guni Spydor VIclor II w/9 oz. Co2 tank, VL 200 view loador, 2 holmots. Usod twtoe.$05.330-e31*428t Playhouse approx. 10x12,insulated, panotod, carpetod, wired for etoclrldty. $500 704-270-2234 Rainsoft water sottnor $200, Etoctric Iron $15, Iren- board $15. RCA TV $tOO, 1-633-5332ingb<704-fi Snow Ski Sots by Bandera. Mon's size to. Lady's size 7 W. $25 each. WolghI bench. $10. 704-037-7280 State Quarters, 2 sels, unclr- culalod. D A P mint. Short 15 stales. Approx. 134 availablo. $130lor all 704-934-2570 Stool Buildings Supor Dis­counts Comptote: Foundalton. Permit Plans. Can erect.Source iono; 336-793-1183 Utility trallor, 5' X O'. Singlo axle. Good condiion. $200.II Inlofostod ploa&o call, 336- 030-2180 Wood HoaterAuto Craft Freo Standing 21to22lnchFlro Box $475. 704-857-4020 YAMAHA,1985, 225 OX. $500. Ptoose call for more In­formation or pictures. 704-003-4220 M u s ic S a le s & S e r v ic e 5'placo sot with symbolsond cow boll. Qroat tor all skill levels. $200. Ptoaso call 704- 467-6099 for more Inlo. Kay Banlo with caso. $215. Ploasocall 704-057-5530 Peavoy bass with Traynor ampliftor. $200. For moro Informatton, pioaso call 704-407-0099 W a n t t o B u y M e r c h a n d is e TImbor Wflnlod: Pine or wood. 10 acros or moro. So- (oct and door cut, Sliavor Wood Products. Inc, 704-278- B291.Ni0»it7O4-278-4<»33 • llvestocii •OtIierNs •Peiauveilocic Servîtes B ir d s DRIVERS- CDL-A; Wookond Homo Timol Flatbed Compa­ny, Paid VacalionWolklays, Full Bonofits, 401k, Direct De­ posit A Morol 0 months OTR required. 000-441-4271 x NC- FREE PIGEONS • 1 Amor. A 1 Ind. Fantall. 2 Showrollors, 1 Rollor. Ptoaso call tor moro Information, 704-639-9066 C a ts Cats. Froo to good homodomofitto slH}rt hair, 4 fornaio A 5 males, litter box trained. Swoot naturod. 704-056-8092 Freo kitten. Black malo. 4 months old. Up-lo-dato on shots, call 704-603-4306 ). ^aso FREE kittens! Just In timo for Chrlstmasi 6 . freo kittens ready to got Llttor box trained Ploasocall 704-431-4195 D o g s Boxer end Lob mix. Ih yrs okf, and 1 5 month oki. Froo to a good homos. Had shots, good w/kids. 704-310-1238 Boxer Bulldog.Freo lo good homo Pioaso con 336^92-2151 Chow Pups Fullbtooded. Black.Ready for Chrlslmas. $100. 336-940-3092 Doschunds, mlnlaturo, long hair, AKC. Family raised. 1 mato. 1 fomato. 0 weeks old. $400. 336-940-4124 or 336- 413 0708 Freo Dachshund, to good homo. 1 yoar old remato, good wtth kkls ond othoi dogs. 704-209-5417 L/M FREE Labrador/Qolden Ro* Irlever mix. 5 months okl. All shots except rablos. Pioaso coll 704-603-4420 FREE Pupplos, bassoi^joa- gto/stnall (ab mix. Black matos. 10 weeks oU, 704* 033-6050 or 704-210-1017 Freo to good homo Boxer И English Bulldog, male. 1 yoar Old, Voty swoot & tiiond- ly. 336-751-2934 Mixed Dog. Froo to good Itomo. Pioaso can if Intorostod. 704-314-6465 PUPPIES. 2 yollow lab mix mato poples. Freo to good homo. For moro infomialton, call 336-492-2151. i ..............Puppies, Boxers, 3 matos / 3 lómales. Toils and dowclaws done. Oowom4)d. $250. 704-546-3644. Pupplos. Froo Christmas puppies. Motfior - Labrador. Father • Medium Mix Brood Call 704-638-9872 >. Justtime (or Christmast AKCroglalorod, maio and tomato, first shots givon, baUi paronts on site. $000 firm. For sorious buyors only, pleaso call 336-407-4122 H o r s e s Horseshoeing slnco 1971,all types.Joo Wagos 336-082-7Ö50 • Business Opportunilies • legai Notices •Free Ads • Inslruclion • Lost a Found • Monument/Cemeleiy lols • Notices •Special Occasions • TtavelOppoilunitles B u s in e s s O p p o r tu n itie s ALL CASH CANOY Roulo. Do You Eam Up to $800/day (potontial)? Your own local route, 30 Machines and Can­dy. All for S9,Q95. 1-88Q-753- 3458, MulliVond. LLC Homes for Sale Nl F r e e S tu ff FREE Beagle, malo. 2 yoars okl. teamed Rowdy, full' btoodod. Needs room to runt Ploasocall 704-633-6595 FREE puppies, Lab mix. Just In limo for Chrlstmasi 6 wooks on the 13". Ready to gol Cali 704-279 6406 I n s t r u c t io n ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE(rom homo. Modical, Bvjsl- ness. Paralegal, Computers, Criminal Justco, Job plooo- ment assistance. Computer ovallabto. Flnonclal old II quabftod. Call 866-856-2l2t, www.CanturaOnlino.com Found Dog.Blonde, medium size, long tal) maio Found tiy City Park. 704-433-0100 L o s t & F o u n d Border сыне. Froo lo good homo. Around 15 wooks Pioaso ca*] 704-315-5215 lot more Intomiation. Found 2 dogs on Joo Rd. Could bo Hounds.1 mato, 1 tornalo. 336-749-4660 Found 2 pupptos on Hwy 152 area. 1 btack and white, 1 white, maybo Pom Mix. 704-933-9263 FOUND Samoyed nAll white. Found in Granito Quarry area on Sunday 11/30. Coll 704-974-2290 Wanted: 2 toldmg green lawn chairs Lelt at North Main and Church Saturday alter tho pa­ rado. Pioaso can 336-990- 3837 N o tic e s OAVie PREQNANCY CARE Conior oHon contidoritia) artd lioe ргодпагку lupporl tocviceft end nlomtl«, tAaVa a tieaiihy choico tor your blot CAiim7&3HOPE for appt. • Business Opportunities • CondosДownllonles • HomeBuliders • KomeslMSaie • investment Property • Шв Property' •Und lor Saie •Lots lor Sale •ManulattundHoiie Dealers • iHanulactiiredHonie Sales • Manufactured Kona lots tor Saie • MamilattwedHons Service a Repair« • Mortgage Senices/ loans • Real Estate Senices • RealEstate-Connerclat • Resort a Vaullon Property • Wanted: Real Estate Homes for Sale .......3BR, 1,5BA, house. Carport, new paint and carpot. 1175 sq.lt, $02,000. Call for Infor­ mation, 330-9090445. For Rent or For Sato Mocksvllla. 1474 Main ■ Church Rd. Ext, OPEN HOUSE; Sun., Doc. IA**, 2-4 p.m. Almost Nowl TotaBy ron- ovatedl 4BR, 2 Full BA. UR, Eat-In Klichen with appU- ancos. Contra! Hoat A Air, Outbuildings, .7 acres of land. Wm. R. Oavio Elomontary School Oistrlcl, For more p^o- los go lo www.Strot^or^y . ^ and click on Moro Info fonho listing ChamMi^ Coun* 17 Living Ihon dick on View Idoshow, 336-753-6357 Clydo Holl Erilii?H ^;iiiorTO E“ N w S K S " B ' ' Popular Capo Cod Doslgn, Bulli on your lol. $114,000 Fo' more Inlormatlon, pleoso coll ua lodoyl 704.746-44D2 DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, Tliursday, Dec. 11,2008 - D9 Cali Monday-Friday 8 AM-5 PM TOLL FREE 1-877-7S1-Z12I FAX: 704-630-0157 EMAIL: CLASSADS@SALISBURVPOST.COM R u n 3 W e e k s G e t 4 t h W e e k FREE! REACH OVER 29,000 READERS EVERY WEEK! E B i l A B S P I C T U R E A P S Include a photo with your auto, house or RUN Pe‘ run it for 4 weeks lor only $10 т в о т Е Unlimited Words$5.00 a Week Homes for Sale LTn a d v,Bad crodrt OK. tOO^i Finnnc- ing 155 Canidon Ct. 3BR/2BA, Shady Orovo School. 1200 sf, built 1907. 1 ac cul-de-sac forKod lot. $139,900, $Odwn, $t07ft'mo. Klm-Ownor 971-0631 Homes, Governmont fund­ing ovailable lor all homo buyers wlw own inr>d or havo family lend. $0 down, easy financing. Call 330-340- 0347. Santord Rd, For salo by ownor. Newly romodolod homo. 2^ on rtqht posi Ingcr- sd. Musl soo to opprociato., 336-940-7290 L a n d f o r S a le 1 ACRE STEAL, t ac river access for only $29.900. it’s a stoat at under $200 por month, River, pool, ballftolds. oroat schoots and n^ro. A lamH/s dream. Can nowl 877-269-2040. . 5 Acre Fann County. 4QFV2DA. tiouso, porxl, wired garago/wotkshop A moto $650K, 336-999-5387 Acreage, 324woodod Plus 2 ctoorod bulkimg silos. 2.4- 3.0 acres roral sotting'road frontage. 330-492-2144 M a n u fa c tu r e d H o m e S a le s 4BR, IBA Now Homo. 6 Year Warranty. Cheap. Clfoap. Won't Last Long. 808-203-0128 Builder has 4 Homos In this aroa.Will Firuince. Choapt f Como. 704-630 6400 Bvlt<kf Overstocked. 3ar»d»Bodrooms: 704-630-0149 Davle County Residenti,3 OR homo ready to movo In. Choap Poyments. 888-203-6128 Divorce Sale3BR, huge living area wtth porch for a Ыд family on land. 060-203-6128 ForeciosuroSeiel 3BR.2BA. Accepting Bkls. 704-6^149 Limited Federal Funda Aval- abto for hornos. O Down, lew payment, no cloeing costs U youownland. 704-^-6400 M a n u fa c tu r e d H o m e S a le s Mocksvifie. Ownor will fi­nance. 2BH. 2ВЛ. $525/mo. Ail nppllancos. Convontont to 1-40. Coll 330-345-35G7 Resort & Vacation Property FREE CAMPINO 8, $200 In Grocery RownrdsI Boauliful canipgiound msort in North Carolina. Amazitfg (tmonilios nnd lamily lun! Cnll BOO-795- 2199 {o discover moro! W a n te d : R e a l E s ta te Real Estate - Wo will buy your houso loilay. All cosh. Fast soltlomoot. Any condi­tion. Home Roal Estate. (330)722-1122 • Apartments • Condos/ Towniiouses • Keuses lor Reni • laiitPfiipeilyRen)al • Land tor Rent • Ofiicea Commercial Rental • Pasture land lor Reni • HaniilBttiiieiiHonia. Lols • Maouleclured Homes rofRenI • . • Resort a Vacation Rentals • Roommale Wanted • iiooms lot Rent 1 •Storage •Wanted to Rint A p a r tm e n ts Mocksville Sunsot Terrace Apartments. 1 A 2 BB, Halt olWirst month froo! All appls, HVAC. 336-7510166 Houses Гог Rent Advance. 420 Qun Club.‘ 4BH, IBA, heat • pump/AC, now remodel. 1,450 SF, ap­pls. oc. no'lt^stío pots, $075/mo ♦ dop 336-996-7003 Bermuda ftun Country Club Rwit to Own. 3 on. i ti DA (ownbouM. gorage, ¿092 64.Л, лстоа» l*om gbtl couteo, l.'tKo In bsch. $8.000 down. S1,000 month. 704 630-0005 Bermuda Run Country Club 3BR, 2.5BA, oar,, 2.000*SF. corner ut\'it, lako/gol! view. $lfl0a'rno, 704-030 0095 • MocHsvtlle, downtown. Cargo IBR opt. $37SYno Oop, A application roquirod. No pets. 704-270-1717 Houses for Rent AdvarwoFormhouse. 2BR/ 2BA. basomont. 0/W, rongo A rofrlgoralor, W/D connoo- liOfW. $000/mo ^ dop. 336- 940-5375 or 330-782-0403 Century 21 Triad 33G-75!-0067 350 McCultough Rd., Mocksvilto 3/<iun. tBA. $075/n>onlh 120WaverlyDr'.*, Advance Located In Kinderton. 3BR.2BA. . Avallabto oiler Doc. 17^ $!100'nK)nfft S020-H Thoroughbred Ln. Upper lovoL 2BH. 2ВЛ coixto. TastotuHy decoralod,.liropiaco, noiQtìDoihoodpool. dub- liouse, an appHnrteos liKluding wasnof A dryoi. t yr. lensoreq. $700/mo.' 5915 King Charlos Ct., Clemmons. Two story townhomo. Freshly paint­ed. 2 BR, 2 BA Alloppll* ancos inducing washer A dryor. 1 yoarfoasoreq. $07b'month 5926 King Charles CL, Clemmons. Two story lownhon». Brand now kilchont Frosh paini and carpet. 2 BR. 2 BA. all np- pilancos including waahor A dryer, 1 year loaso roq.$695/rnonth 940 E Lexington Road, Mocksvillo. 20n.20A, Ltt andOoii. $SO(Vmo. 554B E Lexington Rd., Mocksvlile. 3BM.2 BA. Oil heal, $37S/mo. 1S5 Tutterow Road. Mocksvllte. 5 QR,4^eA. Over 4.000 SF With base- mont. Ai epptiancott In* , . eluding washer A dryor. $t.300/month • 250 Ken Dwiggins, Mocksvlile. 4UH. 2BA. Qroat Location, $750/mo, 137 A 139 SlorllngDr., Mocksvlile. 2BH,20A towTiliontos. Brand now witti garage, $775/rno. oa. BMC Business Park-CornmofCioJ Spaces avail­abto on Iho comor ol Hwy 61 and Dalton Rd.- Call Century 21 Triad 330>751-00в7, Ext 313 Mon-Frl Oflm>6pmOR 330-7S1-S5SS ExL2t3 nights and weekends. Houses for Rent Davle County 2BR/1 BA and also 3BrVt.5BA singlo wldo moWlo homo. HUD wel* Comod, 336-575-2101 ...........Davio County oft ISO 3BR, 2.5BA, 2000 SF, $1200 por 1ТЮ, 1* nto ii prico * dop. Small pots OK. ЗЭО-998'3405 Davio County Ronlal Prop­ erty Availabto For Informa­tion. please call Contury 21 Triad at 336-751-0067 or vis-II wwiwpl4rvsi№ical ■ ш я ш иFor («\lo(tnation, pioaso call Contury 21 Triod nt 336-751-0007 or v^t Houses for Rent Mocksvlile privalonocotion, 5BR/4.5BAS, brick homo. LR, DR, ofc kit A don. $1.050/пю +'deposlt. 440-414-0540 Mocksvlllo, 2BR/2BA. nowcarpot, privalo tot, good loca­tion. stovo. rofrlgorator, W/D S550/month * doposit. 330-009 0004 ERA Promtor Realty JacMo Coulston 336-763-6777 0f 336-751-2055 MOCKSVILLE-Updated cottage. 3BFf. IBA. porch, garago A storago. $7oo/month ADVANCE -Spadous now home with hordwoods.'S* 4BR, 2BA.4*BBorbonus room, gas I garago. $12 ADVANCE-2BR. IBA with Itardwoods. dining area basement A gamgo. $75(ymonlh ADVANCE-.3BR.2QA HI- , tovol with dock, garago A witod outbuilding. $95(Vmonlh, ' MOCKSVILLE • Chartoston Ridgo. Smoko Iroo. well maintalnod 3BR. 2BA w/vaultod coiiings, garden lubAseparolo showor, . , ovorsUo 2-cor garago A ' dock.)g50/moniir . MOCKSVILLE'North Main'.2BR, tBA, hardwoods. . living room, (inlng room, oat* in-kitchen, basomont.» - . $60(v'month. • . ERA Premier Realty Jackie Coulston 336-753-fl7;7orp36-7i1.- 208B ' • . Cooleomeo.2BR.I BA house tor ront, cottaflo, $475/mo. • Pleaso coi 704-798-7417 Cootoomee. Wostviow Ave. 2/ЗПН. 2BA. Attached car­pon. snwll basement, A stor­age buikling. $6oa'month plus deposit, M6-492-6264 o f 336-702-2706 Lake Myers. November 3rd to April 3rd • Spoctous 1 bed­room. 1 bath lurnishod lako Iront villa for rent. Cabto and Wator Irjcluded. Meleroo Eloctric. $500,00 per tnonlh + Electric. Must bo obto to pass a criminal background chock. First and tasi months rent duo immodiololy. To sol up an ap- polntmont to vlow or tor moro Info call 330-409-5370. ffnipm; Mocksville. 2BR.1 BA. Rovi- latizod cottage, privalo back yard. Living room, kitchon. Completely remodetod Rock­ing chaV trom porch, scroened-ln back porch. New otoctrto, plumbing, windows, doors, kitchon. bath, paint in- sldo and out. Rango, roltlgor* ator, heal A air. Can bo busi­ness or rosklontlal. Zonod: Town Cenior. 336-753-8357 PENNINGTON A CO. 336-0gg-9400 336-90^0747 Germanton Road - HWV 8, WInston-Salom - Ouptox 2BR, 1BA.$625/fT>onth. $025/doposll. Includes yard work and wotor. 336-998-9400 option 2 Sunnydell Lanor Mockavlllo-3BR.2BA.Fenced backyard. $850/month, $850 deposit. 336-990-9400 optton 4 Parkor Road. Mocksvllte - ' 3BR.2BA.$800rmonlh, $600 deposit. 336-006-9400 options Benson 8treot~2BR. 1 BA. $60(Vmonth4’ $GOO deposit. 336-990-9400 option 7 Mr.Landlor'd/Owner,-3-4 BR Rentals. Do you havo ona ompty? Call us, wo hayoqualillodoppHcants. Condoa A Townhomos avatabio soon. Call Janice for moro Infonnolion,, ;330-909 0747 Coi|imorciaJ Properties/ Buainossos for toaso or sato.- Call Jonlco McDaniel 336-909-0747 Pei m A Co. ' ,ЭЭ6-90»0747 TWINBROOK* Immaculale ЗВ а 1.5 BA brick ranch. Now corpol Apalnl. Approx. 1000 sq .it. $OOVmo. > $900 soc. dop. No pots. lYr toaso ro-. Quifod Cni) Uütf Hendricks ,e 336-940-7077, M a n u fa c tu r e d H o m e f o r R e n t 30R mobit* hom»onОГЮПСГО privalo tot $400 por rrvjntli, Doposit roquirod. Coll 330^908 2772 Mocksvlllo, Must Soot Privato sotllngl 2BR/2BA, all nppliancos, control hoat A air, dock, A garage. No smoking. No pots, $600/mo. plus deposit. 336-090-3636. Mocksvlile, Ready Now 2 BR brick house, fumlshod, also otoctric, $550/ mo, 2BR. t BA mobile home, privalo lot. 704-267-5581 Mocksville. Rent to own. 2BR. IBA. Next to horso farm and pastures. $450/mo. 336-345-3567 Off Balty Rd. noarYadkin/ Davto Co. lino, 14x00,2BR. 2 BA ovortooking small pond. Qutot location. No targo pets or oggressivo broods. Access lo W.S.. MQCkavillo, or Yad- kinvilto is easy 15-20 min. drtvo. Long term rentors only. $55«ymonth, $550 doposlt. Coll 336-400-1981 • Autos .•Witloil . • Boats/Walertnll • Collector Can '' • Commercial Transportation • Ho!otcycies/ATÏs • Recreational i/eliiciee • Rentals a Leasing • Senice/Parts/ Accessoilet • Transportation Deaierslilps ,»Iÿais|!ottiUM*, ' FiiaiBlm’ , - •iyiick^fi/yw •Wantti)№iy№M A u to s T r u c k s , S U V s & V a n s H o m e tm p r o v M n e n t DONATE YOUR VEHICLE- Rocolvo $1000 Orocory Coupon • United Breast Can­cer Foundalton- Froo Marrv mograms. Broast Cancer info: www,ubcf,lnfo. Froo Towing, Tax Deductibto. Non-Runnors Accepted. 1-060-400-5964. m g Land Rover, 1999 Discovery SE 11, Oroat Oll-Hoad. Exc. cond., toadod, Black w/gray ini,. 10GK mi, 704-210-8002, $0.500 obo lAwson't t4orrwlinp((vefTittnts Windowi, doors, vinyt Ming. brick, btoOi work, tog Sidina hnxdvwod flooring. FrM ssS-, mal0t. Owner Anoyijnvton > Call 330-402-5416 or 336- 009-0695 L a w n M a ln t. & L a n d s c a p in gM o to r c y c le s & A T V S Denn/e Lawn Sorvfo«: Complete tawn service from' ono source. Mowing. plug-< ging, seeding.- lorwrxing, landscaping, pine noodles, mutoh. State cwtillod spraying and Insured. Trae*tnf wfìra It nAfidMl ThtrtM Go-Cart, 1 sealer. 5 HP BfiQOs A Stratton indno en­gino. $250, Ptoaso call 704- 209 0603 lor moro Inlo, Pickup truck covor lor 2005 Toyota Tocoma. $350. For In- foimaiion, please call 330- 908-0104. R e c r e a tio n a l V e h ic le s A u c t io n s years expertonce. Pieaae colt 336-996-3675 Of 336* 399-7063 for estimate. Go-Cart. Murrary, 2 soator w/ seat belts, 0 HP Tecum-AUCTION • Conaliuctkm B0h.M99.CnllRol»n:704-990-4401 S e r v ic e & P a r ts TirosP215/60RI6 $50. Set of 4, Good tread. Call 704-057-7180 T r u c k s , S U V s & V a n s ’ Winston Salem, off Country Club Rd. 3DR, 2И1ВА, sun­ room, kitchen, fireplaco, 2 garages, $90CVmo. Э36-765-4567 Gtftce & Commercial Rental BCM B uiln e» Park, For solo or toaso, 0.000 sq. It. building. 1500 lo 4500 sq It units. Commercial tots (or. sale or will buikl lo suit ton- ' ant 336-090-3105 M a n u fa c tu r e d H o m e f o r R e n t Advance. Ntoo sodudod mobile homo on beautiful woodod tot. 2BB, 2BA, car­port, storage buikilng,W/D, toncod In back yard. $050/пю. 330-972-3019 A u to s JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMASIjflcp, 1994. Wrangtor Sa­ hara Ed„ 4x4. O-cyt. 5 speed, now clutch, PS, AC, ST, Now 33 In Tlren, Tan. Oroal Condilion w/ al­most now opgino. 70-t 040-0002 $6000 MUST SELL-GREAT CONDITION Acum, 2002, RSX. Locolod in Lexing­ton. Axis 17 whools. Ploase call 330-707-4021 2008, V Noso, 70001QVWR, Bam Doors. w/Ron\p, Sldo Door, Full Spare, Hitch avatlnblo. $3,600 OBO. 330-3130320 Chevrolet, 1946. ptokup. $1,000. Dodge. 1049, pk:kup. $1,500. Chovrolol, 1953, coupo, $1,500.330-909-3077 F in a n c ia l S e r v ic e s Equipment A Trucks. Decem­ber 12. 6 a.m,. Richmond, VA. 7004- lots, featurtng Ihe Staio of Virginia, plus Domin­ ion Virginia Power A Othors) Indudlng Excavators, Dozors, Dumps A moro. MoHe/s Auc­tion A Realty Group, 604-232- 3300. v/WA.moltoys.com VAALS16. Rowan Auction Ca Profes­sional Audton Sendees; Salisbury, NC 704-033-0809 Kip Jonnings NCAL 6340 C h ild C a re s N u r s e r y S c h o b ta Looking for ■ dependable boby-eltter? Loving rrwther of four will watch chJklren In my homo. Belore and aftor- school care avallabto. Pioaso call 336-090-1740. 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DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 11,2008 G re a t s p e e d price $ 2 9 9 5 $ 4 9 9 5 This Season, 6tv« The Fastest Around As Low As , * Í-: ■ J -, ' , ‘ V « • # ir ' t * LeafyFun Recently students in the Davie Family YMCA’s before and after school program at William R. Davie Elementary School had fun raking and then playing in the leaves. Above, Kaitlyn Thompson pokes a happy face through the leaves. Below, from back to front, are Sadia Hakim, Jared Griggs, Olga Gamez, Brady Anderson, Alice Grubb, Kaitlyn Thompson and Peyton Otto. Y a d te lBnaadtmndM iternet w w».'. V u i t f I m -1 • .1 U GALL NOW! Your plan for better healthr ' - of North Carolina ^ B lueM edicare HM O" B lueM edicare PPO’ Medicare Advantage plans offered by PARTNERS National Health Plans of North Carolina, Ipc (PARTNERS) and administered by its parent company, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC) v ' NEW! $0 monthly premium plan available with prescription drug coverage' A tte n d an upcom ing ¡M edicare A d v a n ta g e m eetin g in yo u r a re a ! An authorized sales representative will be present with information and applications. There is no obligation ta enroll. For accommodations for persons with special needs at sale^'meeiingsj call the number below. Call today! 1-S00-328-9605 Monday - Sunday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. For the hearing and speech Impaired (TTY/TD.D): 1-888-451-9957 Presentations designed for potential NEW members Mon., Dec. 15,10:00 a.m. Davie Family YM CA 215 Cemetery St. Mocksville (Off Farmington Rd. and Hwy. 158) Thurs., Dec. 18,5:30 p.m. Winston-Salem Hampton Inn 1990 Hampton Inn Court Winston-Salem (Near Hanes Mall) Thurs., Dec. 18,2:00 p.m. Winston-Salem Hampton Inn 1990 Hampton Inn Court Winston-Salem (Near Hanes Mall) IMon., Dec. 29,10:00 a.m. Davie County Public Library 371 Sou^h Main St. \ fyiocksville (Off Hwy. 158 Turns into Main St.) Annual Eprollmènt Period starts November 15th and ends December 31st. and Blue Medicare Rx ;m ,2 SM i \ 1 Í Hpr Benefits, fomjulary, pharmacy,-network premium ancf/orcdpaymeotycolr^^^^^ may change on January 1,2010. Please cqntact BCBSNC (ofhetails^’PfyRjHER^ ' 7s 0 Medicare Advantage organization vv/th o'A/ledicare'eotjti'act (p. jaroWHMO and PPO'plan^. 7 You must continue to pay your Part B premium 2 BCBSNC i^a'’ sponsor Medicaresor}iroci BCBSNC and PARTNERS are independent licensees of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association; < ' UH3:9/jm.B3404_4U3,9/11/08 ! prescription drug plan . U4570b,9/08.H3449. iK Uf»,-., . L e a rn in g H is to ry 1 Cooieemee Students Live Christmas In The 1930s 1 Page D1 Wrestling C o ^ h r r f Gets Milestone Wiri™' Page Bl D A V IE C O U N T Y USPS 149-160 S u s p e c t A r r e s t e d In V e h ic le B r e a k -I n s U y Jackic Scabolt Enterprise Record An armed man arrested M onday has been linked to vehicle break- ins that have been occurring in the eastern part o f the county. A ccording to D avie S h e riff’s Capt. J.D , Hartm an, approximately 50 automobiles have had items sto­ len fro m them w ith in the last m onth in the H illsd ale and A d ­ vancc areas. John W atkins E llio tt, 2 2 , o f Pfafftow n was arrested in the early m orning hours o f D ec. 15 and charged w ith breaking/entering o f a m otor vehicle, larceny o f a fire­ arm, possession o f a firearm by a fe lo n , c a rry in g a co n cealed weapon, and resisting an officer. Hartm an said that shortly after 3 n.m. on M ondny a resident on Renee D rive had stepped outside to smoke a cigarette. The resident saw a suspect in her car, w ho ran after being seen. H artm an said several sh e riff units were patrolling the area, due to the number o f car break-ins that had recently taken place, and im ­ m ediately began searching Renee D rive and the surrounding areas. A t ap p ro xim ately 5 :3 0 a.m . D eputy J.H , Stephens noticed a m an fitting the suspect’s descrip­ tion walking on Creekwood D rive, according to Hartm an. Stephens requested the subject, w ho was E lliott, stop and he failed to co m p ly. H a rtm a n said that Stephens turned on his patrol car’s lights and exited the vehicle. “H e once again told the suspect to slop and he refused,” Hartm an said. O th e r o ffic e rs a rriv e d and E lliott continued w alking w ith his hands in his pocket, Hartm an said. W hen officers told E lliott to re­ move his hands from his pocket, he did comply, but when officers approached him he once again reached his hands into his pockets, Hartm an said. E llio tt was Tasered once, but when officers approached him , he sat up and once again put his hands in his pocket, Hartm an said. Please See Suspect ■ Page 4 Number 51 Thursday, Dec. 18, 2008 32 PAGES N e w s p a p e r T o P u b lis h E a r ly The Enterprise Record w ill be published a day early for the next tw o weeks, w ith rack service on Tuesdays and local m ail subscrib­ ers receiving papers on Wednes­ day. A ll news items and advertise­ ments for these issues should be in the newspaper office no later than 4 p,m , Friday, Dec, 19 for the Dec. 25 issui, and Dec, 26 for the Jan. 1 issue. The annual Advance Christmas Parade was held Saturday, filling the streets with plenty of Christmas spirit. Above, Coldwell Banker employees strut down the road dressed as snow people and snow flakes. At left, Don Howard and granddaughter Emma Howard, 5, greet spectators from their perch inside a Smith Grove Volunteer Fire Department truck. For more photos, please turn to page C1. • Photos by Robin Snow D on’t Let Thieves Ruin Your C hristm as C O O L E E M E E - It’s that tim e o f year. W ith all the shopping and visiting, it can be easy to be a bit too careless. “Law enforcem ent usually has in increase in crim e during the holi­ days,” said C o o ieem ee P o lic e ' C h ie f B obby Weist. H e suspects w ith the loss o f jobs and downturn in the economy, thefts w ill be more com m on. West offers these tips to help keep you and your property safe this season: • watch for suspicious activity around your own, and your neigh­ bors’ homes; • if you have a hom e alarm , m ake sure it is set; • keep w in d o w s and doors lo cked at a ll tim es, in c lu d in g deadbolts; • leave a light on if you’re away, and if you’re going to be gone for a day or m ore, have a neighbor or friend collect m ail and newspapers; • keep Christmas presents out of the view from vehicle windows; • don’t leave signs you’re not at home. “Remember to be vigilant o f the activities around you,” W est said. “Be safe.” B e r m u d a R u n C h a n g i n g E ie c t io n P r o c e s s B y Jackic Seabolt Enterprise Record B E R M U D A R U N - N ext year residents w ill notice a change in the election process for the town. C o u n c il m em bers approved am ending the to w n ’s charter to change the m ethod o f electing council members on Dec, 9. B erm uda Run is divided into fiv e districts, each has its ow n council m em ber on the board who was previously elected by only residents o f that district. T h e new m ethod still keeps council members from each o f the five districts, but allows each can­ didate ,to be elected by all regis­ tered voters. The idea for change has been talked about for the last year, but failed to pass until now. A t lust T u e s d a y ’s m eetin g M a y o r John Ferguson told the council that he disagreed w ith the proposed voting method. “As your m ayor I ’m against this. I think we should be at large. I think at large is the right thing.” A t large voting w ould do away w ith districts and allow all voters w ithin Berm uda Run to vote for all council seats up for election. Coun- , K' cil members could reside anywhere in the town. C ouncilm an Ed C oley agreed w ith Ferguson, but said that he felt the proposed method was the w ay to go, “I think this is the second best alternative.” C o u n c il m em b er John G ug lielm i said that it should be w hat’s best for the town. “Get the best in Berm uda Run to serve on the board, no m atter w here they live.” Frank Sweeten, councilm an for district 1, disagreed and said that at-large voting would hinder equal represepmtion for each district. “Even though I ’m elected from the third district I still feel respon­ sibility for the fourth and fifth dis­ tricts,” G uglielm i replied. Councilm an Ron H oth said that lie felt the current district voting system worked and m et the needs and differences o f each district. “I believe w e should leave it as it is.” "W e’ve been through this dis­ cussion and argument for a year. I ’m a proponent o f residencies, I think this is a logical step forward,” council m em ber A l B am ett said. The m otion to change to resi­ dency voting carried 3 -2 , w ith H oth and G yglielm i opposed. :........... . ï 2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursdny, Dec. 18,2008 EditoriaJ M Black birds are sometimes so thick they fill the sky. Bobby Myers took this photo from a deer stand near Farmington. One more Look At Swarming Birds B rother-in-law and deer hunter Bobby M yers was amused at our photo last week o f m igrathig black birds that have taken a.liking to M ocksville, congregating near the restaurants at Interstate 40. Tow n birds can’t hold a feather to his country birds. From a deer stand nctfir the Yadkin County line in Farm ington, he put aside his rifle last week and trained his camera on the swarms o f birds that are often so'thick they shadow the sun. 'T think m y black bird flock is larger than yours. It was almost scary and rem inded me o f what it must have looked like before tlie passenger pigeons became extinct," he said. Indeed. The birds must really like it here. Bridge Crew Demolishes Old Span Qver 1-40 I awoke at 4:30 a.m. Saturday m orning to a ping-ping- ping noise com ing from outside. j W hat on earth? J It stopped, started, stopped and started againf. Stirred from bed at m y childhood m ilking/tim e hour, I got up to see what wns going on in the neighM rhood. I spotted nothing unusual out the w ind ow / , Then it came to me: I was hearing the dem olition o f the old bridge over Interstate 40 ut N .C . 801 a m ile from my home. In tw o nights, the bridge was demolished and Hauled away, exceptionally efficient work, even if I did lose some sleep. A lso last week, the paint crew installing traffic lines on the new section o f the bridge had a m ajor malfunction. One o f the yellow lines zig-zagged w ildly. I spotted it Thursday night. I came back during daytime hours Friday with a camera only to find that the line had been scrubbed away, replaced by a straight line. I had already written the caption in my head about the drunken painter. In The M ail ... Evaluation System For Coaciies Needed To the editor; Most of the coaches in the Davie County School Sy.stcm do u wonderful ami tireless job for little pay. M y oldest son has un outstunding high school coach who regularly goes above und be­ yond the cull of duty. Occasionally, however, a bad apple slips into the system, choosing favoritism over fairness, hurting our student uthletes and sending u bud message that is reverberated in the classrooms, hallways and communities. , , Our school administrators do not hold coaches to any form of uccountubility. Many of these coachcs, particularly al the middle school level, operate wilh complete autonomy, often working alone, behind closed doors. It’s shocking to liii'thiit the Diivie school system has no oversight of those coach¡n¿ our children. One possible solution'Would be to let all parents of student athletes evulunte the program (including the couch) at the end of each season. A Y M C A where I once couched youth sports did just thut, A wonderful message was sent that “we cure und wc listen.” The infonnution gulhered could be used to help a coach improve, us well us signul lo school udministration, on rare occasion, that u change needs lo be mnde. Three simple questions could be asked: did your son/daughter enjoy his/her experience on Couch X ’s team, do you have any suggestions that might improve this program, und on a scale of l-lo-IO , rote your conch’s performance. This could be done inexpensively. W hile there will always be disgruntled parents, shouldn’t a couch receiving overwhelmingly poor murks be replaced? Don’t our student athletes deserve better? I know the biggest argument ugainst making this effort is Ihe problem wilh getting enough teach­ ers to serve us coaches in the first pluce. In the rare event where u competent coach cunnot be found, schoo! administrators could ask the community for help, 1 would volunteer to couch, and the money saved from paying no salary could go back into Ihe class­ room. Have someone in the school system look at u volunteer’s resume and decide. For example, I am u college graduate, played sports in college, and hnve coached youth sports for a combined 14 seasons, I would involve other adults in the process of select­ ing team members, hold open tryouts and prnetlcos, and nsk par-*' ents for feedback at the end of the season if an evaluation system is not in place. Stipulate that,a volunteer,cap^iq} p,oach his or her own child. W hy aren’t those things being done today? We are way past due addressing this problem. If nothing else, would it not be smart to gather information via a short, simple questionnaire? Again, I know there will always be parents un­ happy with couches. However, when an overwhelming number of parents have issues with a purticulur couch, shouldn’t the lead­ ership in our school system stop to the plate and correct the prob­ lem? ■ ' If you feel like I do conceming this subject, please contact your local school und the Dnvie Counly Board of Education. M ark Oullimore, Advance Another Late Wednesday Joe Clark Remembered As Kind, Quiet Man A few weeks ago 1 apologized about our late delivery to our racks and stores on W ednesday. W e’ll do better, I promised. And we did for a couple weeks. Last week, we set a new record for tardiness. O ur trucks didn’t leave the printer until noon, more than two hours behind schedule. A nd it was raining. W e barely made it to the Clemmons and Lew isville post offices w ith The Clemmons Courier before closing time. Our delivery crew went home wet and exhausted. A t fault was a cantankerous insert machine at the Salisbury Post w hich choked on' what must have been one o f the. Enterprise Record's heaviest newspapers ever. Tho newspaper was chock full o f Christmas inserts. This w eek, I have been assured, w ill be better, but machines are fickle things. — D w ight Sparks D A V IE C O U N T Y USPS 149-160) 171 S, Main St., P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 (336)751-2120 Published weekly by the Dayie Publishing Co, Dwight Sparks.....................................Editor/Publisher Robin Snow..........................................General Manager Mike Bamhardt...............^...................Managing Editor Ray Tutterow........................................Advertising Director Brian Pitts...............................................Sports Editor Mocksvllie Enterprise Davle Record Cooleemee Journal 1916-1958 1009-1958 1901-1971 Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27028 Sub.scription Rates Single Copy, 50 Cents | $20 Per Year In N.C.', $25 Outside U.C. POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to: Davie County Enterprise Record To the editor; On Dcc, 13,1 had the honor to attend the viewing and funeral of Mr. Joseph Dun “Joe" Clark. Mr. Chirk worked for the Town of Mocksvillc for 50 years and'retired in 2 0 0 6,1 only worked with him for eight years, but I can tell you that he was such a kind, quiet mnn who helped anyone who needed it. Mr. Clark helped build the infrastructure of this town in its eariiest days. The knowl- Top Nine Reasons To Donate To Ihe editor: As the holiday senson upprouches, Ihe Huninne Society of Davie suggests nine good reusons lo make u donulion to the HSDC: 9. You don’t huve lo dig around your uttic for n gift box or wrnpping puper for your gift. Simply write your check und mnil it. No bows required. 8, You don’t have lo bite your fingernnils or wring your hands wniling for something lo be delivered in time for your holiduy celebration. 7. You don’t have to ask the help of overworked (ond under paid) store clerks for the size you need or wait for them to check for it in the back room. 6, The item you order will not be out of stock, bnckordered, sold-out, or no longer nvailable. 5. There is an unlimited need for donations to help with pro­ viding carc for the adoption center animals. Your donulion cun match your budget and doesn't require you to pny shipping nnd handling'. 4, Gas priccs may have come down, but who wants to search for a parking space at the mall? And by making a donation, don’t have to fear forgetting where you parked. 3. Your donation will reduce your income taxes becausc it is lux deductible (if you itemize). 2. You will get u hcurtwurming feeling about the donation you mude in honor of your friends or loved ones. I , The number one renson why you.should donate is your do- notion provides hope for every abandoned cat or dog in our adop­ tion ccntcr. So what nre you waiting for? Make your donation' now and then sit buck and relax wilh o smile on your face knowing that you’ve helped change Ihe lives of our adoption center animals, Dolly Urdunick ^ Mocksville < ............................................... .. edge this man possessed couldn’t be measured. M r, Clork’s funeral was u spirited celebration of his home- going filled with song and prayer, The sermons were a powerful statement to the way M r. Clark lived his life. The love in thut chapel from M r. Clark’s family nnd friends was cverwhelming. I am thankful foi the short time I got to know “M n Joe.” He was a good man, M y thoughts go out to his wife nnd children, family and friends, Nicholas D, Slogick, Smilh Grove Take A Card - Help An Animal To the editor: The animal adoption center has a Christmas tree with cards attached to it. We took our gifts last Friday and we noticed there were still u lot of curds on the Iree, I know times are hard and people hove little money, but the center always needs supplies. This is one of the best things lo hoppen for unwanted animals. This center should be three times os lorge as it is. Maybe then we would not have to kill so muny dogs ond cats. Please, take a card or buy a little something if you cun. Buck und Cluudette Smitherman Cooleemee Letters Welcomed The Enterprise Record welcomes letters from its read­ ers, The letters m ay be on topics o f local, state, national orintem ationnl issues. A n effort y ill be inflde to print all letters, provided jh e y are not liteloiis,, vulgar or in poor taste. The editor rc?eryes the,right to eidi^ letters for grammar and for space. A ll letters should include the nam e and address o f the w riter, including a sigr\atUre. A'telephptie num ber, not to be published, is also requested. Please have ietters in №6 newspaper office no later thap 4 'p .m iM o n d ay o f i^p w eek to be published. D avie County Enteiprise Record t».0., B ox, 99, M ocksyille, or Ctteumbmrm A Ormpm ‘ Come Taste V\e D{ffcrencc! D r o p F a r m ---------- 302 Foster Rond, Mocksville (P«W «iL U JiMl otr RUge Rd. In Wtilcni Davie CiHUily) Open Tiiuiw . & F ri. N ooN -5rM and S at. 8 am -noon Call For Directions ( 3 3 6 ) 4 9 2 - 5 2 6 3 Can you have all your Medicare coverage in one plan? Absolutely! BlucMedicare HMO' BlueMedicare PPO' Ollttlng 6olh m t k t l and pm crlplhn drug tovtrogc -In o ilntlaplm . $0 monthly premium plans available' MeiiiCiifO PARTNIRS Wofionol fJeo/ih Pions.o/ Nofth Corolina. Inc (PARTNiH^) ond admlnincrod by iis parent (ompony. Blue Cr(K$ and Rluo Shield o/Norfh CaraUm (BCHSNC). with over /5 ywrs of icrvico in Norlh CowHno. 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PARTNffiSiiflWedtoiro AdvontogeorgonltallonwithaMedxcre coniract to provide HMbfiiill PPO plim, BCBSNC ond PARTMRS are Independent licensees ofthe Bide Cross omi Blue Shield Association, U 601 B .9 m tl3 4 4 9 .4 i9 Z W C ,/0 8 .H 1 A 0 J \.4 )9 7 ,m 6 A ia DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec, 18,2008 - 3 In The M a il... Tm Sorry’ Not Enough To the editor: This past Thursday when wc had all the rain, my 10-yenr-old son’s bus driver dropped him off at an empty house. He told the us driver thnt he was not supposed to get off there, but at his grand­ parents’ home. The bus driver told him he had to get off anyway. So he does, and proceeds to woik the mile up 501 to his grandpar­ ents’ house. Two young men stopped to give him a ride. They promised they were not going to hurt him, but wanted to help, I thanked these two young men for getting him home safely, since the responsible one who was to do so wouldn't, I did not get their names, but I think one must work at Unifi, tho other I think at Wendy's, I wont to thank them from the bottom of my heurt. If they hudn’t brought him home, it's hard to soy if he would have made it home at all. This isn’t the first time die bus driver did this to my son. The day before, she dropped him off a quarter of o mile pust where he should have been dropped off. M y husband called the school ond I called twice. No one knew onything and cloimcd thot he didn’t hove a note to get off the bus at his grandparents’. It wos after strangers brought him home ond my mother ond I went to the school did Ihey find the note I sent at the first of the week. A ll the ones in the officc would soy is “I ’m sorry,” But whot ubout the bus driver? What will happen to her for making him gel off the bus two days in a row and forcing him to wulk olong 0 busy highway? Probobly nothing. It is the bus driver’s responsibility to make sure eoch child gets off the bus safely and ot 0 sofe place. Yes, he mode it home both times safely. But what would Ihey do if he had not. “I ’m sorry” would not cover the loss of a child. Again, thonk you to the two young men who mode sure my son got home safely. Michelle Burton, Mocksville Loamlly arvMfn, Hytlroi»onlo n n o m a to e s IUvtr7iv have tMrgm Slicing Ibmmto*», *0 Tommtomm, S p e c ia l C h r is t m a s A u c t io n Billyhs A u c tio n S a t u r d a y , D e c e m b e r 2 0 U i @ 6 P M M a n y n i c e g i f t I t e m s . A l s o , a n t i q u e s a n d t o o l s . 166 Dance Hail Rd., Mocksville, NC 27028 Billy Seats/Auctioneer NCAL #3277 (336) 998-3510 or Cell 407-3510 HILLSDALE DENTAL^ D r . J e r r y H a u s e r , d r . A d a ivi D o r s e t t D R . 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'U'^.'n * '■ 4 ■ DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursdny, Dec. 18,2008 Davie sheriff's officers are looking for these three people shown from a surveillance photo. They are sus­ pects in a shooting on 1-40. P o lice L o o kin g F o r S u sp ects W h o S h o t A t V eh icle O n 1-40 Retiring Moct<sville Fire Chief Phil Crowe with Town Manager Christine Sanders and Mayor Francis Slate, M ocksville Fire C h ie f Retires; C arter G e ts Jo b By Jackic Scabolt Enterprise Record The Davie County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shoot; ing on 1-40 last week und is ask­ ing anyone with information to contact them. According to Sgt. Detective Scot Kimel, on Dec, 5 around' 12:30 a,m. the three victims were leaving tlie W almart in Mocksvillc. As they exited the store, an altercation took placc in the parking lot between the victims and two black male suspects and a black female suspect. The .suspects chased the vic- tims in their automobile onto I- 40 and fired shots at them us they pulled up alongside tho moving vehicle, “One of the black males wearing a white shirt fired shots out the win­ dow,” Kimel said, Kimel reported the victims slammed on the brakes of their vehiclc and the shots missed. “We want to krtow if anyone can identify the.se suspects,” Kimel says. Kimel said the suspects were driving what appears to be a dark colored Ford SUV. Anyone with information is asked to call Kimel ut 751-5547, O^crnie is for tfe Ü-foßdays. Come Home to Northwood Apartments for your holidays. Northwood Apartments 800 Northridge Court .(o n Milling Rd) AS YOUR LIFE CHANGES, BE SURE YOUR INSURANCE KEEPS UP. Get your free On Vour Side' Review today. Your .iqent will look dt hundreds of Wciys to s.ive you up to $SOD,‘ Keith H iller M att Hiller « .« Л THANKS for Making Us I «lin North Carolina. 1109 Yadkinviile Rd. 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On Dcc, 2 Crowe was'prc- scnted a plaque by M ayor Francis Slate commemorating his years of scrvice with the Mocksville Fire Department, Effective Dcc, 31 Crowe will retire from his position as fire chief, “You have been chief for 10 M a n F a c e s D r u g C h a r g e s By Jnckic Scnbolt Enterprise Record ■ The owner of a local land­ scaping business was arrested on jylonday and faces u numbcf, of drug charges, Barry Wayne Miller, 43, of Adm ill Way, M o c ks v ille wus placed under urrest on Dcc, 15. A c c o rd ­ ing to Dnvie Sheriff’s De­ partment Cupt. Chris Shuskey, M iller runs M iller Landscaping at Greasy Corner, Shuskey said that an ap­ proximate three month long in­ vestigation conducted by tho Duvie Sheriff's Department and SBI resulted in several cocaine purchases being made from M iller at his home. After M iller was arrested at Cooleemee Hardware & Sport­ ing Goods a search was con­ ducted al his residence, “We seized approximately 35 grams of cocaine, five firearm s, a small amount of marijuana, and hydrocodone, which is a opium derivative," Shuskey said M ille r was churged with two counts of truf- ficking more thnn 400 grams of cocaine, one count trafficking in cocaine, one count trafficking in opium, and maintaining a dwell­ ing to keep cocuine. M iller was placed in Davie Detention Center in lieu of a $150,000 .secured bond. He is scheduled to appear in Davie District Court loday. “ I anticipate additional charges being filed against him,” Shuskey said. years und a member of the fire depurtment for 28 yeurs,” Slate suid. The mayor recalled when the fire department was only a small building that was difficult to heat in the winter, "How lime's have changed. We now have an up-to-date fire department that cnn deal with any fire emer­ gency, as well us olher emergen­ cies." Sliilc said that the fire depnrt­ ment now tukes on many duties it wasn’t able to 50 years ago, thunks to Crowe’s leudership. As Slate presented Crowe with the wall clock plaque he said, “It's been time well spent. 1 want to congratulate you nnd thank you.” C row e suid that he wus proud of Mocksville Fire De- parlmenl, “I'd put it up against any in the stale." He said thut during his time ut the diipartmcnl he hus, wit­ nessed many changes in ser­ vices able to be offered to resi­ dents. In addition to fire protection, the department provides hazard­ ous m aterials response and emergency medieul response. “We have len hazardous mate­ rials technicians in our .depart­ ment und 18 EMTs, Wc huve 28 members in the department,” Crowe said, “I appreciate every­ thing the lown board has done for us. I’ve enjoyed it.” Town M anager Chrisiine Sunders concluded Ihe presen- lution by tolling Crowe, “It’s been u pleasure working with you,” Assistant Chief Frank Carter wns promoted to chief. M ille r Davle dlerK of Court Ken Boger (left) administers' the oath of office for the Davle Soil & Water Conservation Board to Cokle Jones and Kevin Marlon, with board chair, John Peeler, at right. Two On Davie SWCD Board On Dcc. 2, during the Duvie Soil nnd Wuter Conservution D istrict board m eeting, rc- clected Supervisor Cokie Jones and re-appointment Supervisor Kevin M arion were sworn in and witnessed by Ken Boger. In addition, the D avie S W C D board o f supervisors approved for associate ap­ pointed supervisor, Philip M or­ ris, The Davie SW CD wants to thank them for their commit­ ment and dedication, said Marie W all, office and finance man­ ager. John Peeler, chair of the board (left) with Philip Morris, appointed associate supervisor. S u s p e c t . . . S U R F G ra n t C ontinued From Page 1 “H e was tased a second tim e and handcuffed," Hartman said. Officers found a loaded gun in E lliott’s pockct, along with $7,000 in cash, a coll phono, a GPS system, a flashlight, and a leatherman tool. “H e admilled lo three car break-ins in the area that night. W e nre continuing to investi­ gate and sec if he's involved in the other breuk-ins." Elliott was placed in Davie Detention Center in lieu o f a $30,000 secured bond. He is scheduled to appear in district court today. R eq u irem en ts FLOW CM AUTO CENTER 1400 S. Slrntford Rd. Winslon-Salcm, NC 27103 Phone: 336.760.7000 Ccll: 336.909.4092 ^ Email: jbogcr®flowauto,com CHEVROLET CADILLAC H U M M ER PONTIAC SATURN BUICK SAAB C M C PRE-OV^NED CENTER J u s tin B o g e r Sales Consultant S U R F bourd youth grantm akers released the requirements for their 2008-09 grunts program. In February 2009 the board w ill be awarding up to $1,500 per project for youth oriented projects in Duvie County. Applicutions are due to the Davie Community Foundation no later than 4 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 2. The SURF bourd is the youth grantniaking board sponsored by the D avie Com m unity Foundation, made up of 15 high school age students. Their mission is to “be philanthropists and help the youth of Davie County." The board studied youth related issues w ithin Duvie County. As u result, the focus areas for grant projects are teen pregnancy, drug/alcohol abuse, domestic violence, imder- privileged youth, bullying, und uclivities/events for teens. The bourd is also willing lo consider grants for issues other than- focus areas, ‘The youth board created the requirements for their grunts, raised the money, and they will determ ine who is awarded funds," suid M arty CJreech, advisor. Projects must: • have a positive impact on Davie County youth; • be original, new or improve somothing; • be completed by Aug, 7, 2009; • hnve nl least two youth (grades 6-12) involved in the planning and carrying out of the project; • hnve an adult ally if all youth ure involved; nnd • be inclusive. Questions and/or requests for applicritions should be directed to the D uvie Community Foundution ut PO Box 546, M ocksville or by calling 753-6903. District Court The following cases were heard in Davie District Court on Dec. II. Presiding; Judge Julia S. Gullett. Prosecuting: Wendy Terry und Jamie Gen­ try, Assistant DAs. - Ebrahim M . Bahy Bl-Din, assault on a female, dismissed per request of prosecuting wit­ ness, - John Franklin Benton, driving with license revoked, prayer forjudgmeni continued on cosl, - Patricia Blankenship, mis­ demeanor probation violation, probation revoked, sentenced to 120 days, credit for time served, - Joseph Drew Booe, D W I, sentcnccd to 60 dnys, sus­ pended 24 months, $100, cost, surrender license, no,t to oper­ ate a motor vchicle until li­ censed by D M V , substance abuse assessment/treatment, 24 hours community service; driv­ ing with licensc revoked, dis­ missed per plea; D W I, sen­ tenced lo 12 monlhs, suspended 24 monlhs, seven duys active, surrender licensc, not to oper­ ate a motor vchicle until li­ censed by D M V , substance abuse ussessment/treulment, all at expirulipn of previous sen­ tence; - CristopherR. Burch, D W I, sentenced to 12 months, sus­ pended 24 months, seven duys active, $400, cosl, surrender li­ cense, not lo operate u molor vehicle unlil licensed by DM V, substance ubuse ussessment/ treutmcnt; rcckless driving to endanger, driving without two headlamps, driving with license revoked, unsafe titos, dismissed per plea; D W I, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 24 months, $100, cost, surrender license, "not to operate a motor vchicle unlil licensed by D M V , sub­ stance abuse assessmenl/lreat- ment, 24 hours community ser­ vice-!’ ......... . . ^ .- ChrlMopher B. Charles, failure to velum rented property w ith purchase option, sen­ tenced to 37 days, credit for lime served, - Martin Edward Coleman, misdemeanor larccny, rcduced to alding/abclling misdemeanor larceny, sentenced to 120 days, credit for lime served, - Travis Randall Estes, pos­ session of stolen goods/prop­ erty, dismissed. - Daniel Dean Gaither, com­ municating threats, sentenced to 34 days, credit for time served,' - Jorge Gallardo, failure to ¿¿cure passenger under 16, ex­ pired/no inspection, expired registration card/tag, dis­ missed; driving with licensc revoked, reduced'to failure to notify D M V of address change, $25, cost, ■ - Charlie Caelan Garner, speeding 100 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $100, cost; reck- -less driving to endanger, dis­ missed per plea, - Edgar Ernest Guerrero, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced lo improjier equipment, $25, cost, - Ronnie Hall, domestic vio­ lence protective order viola­ tions, dismissed per media­ tions, - Juan Hernandez, misde­ meanor larceny, sentenced lo 12 days, credit for time served, - John Sam James, speeding 91 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $10, cost, - Ronald Kinzer, driving with license revoked, sentenced to 120 days, suspended 24 months, $300, cost, not to op­ erate a motor vehicle until li­ censed by D M V, not be con­ victed of similar offense, $275 attomey foes; driving with li­ cense revoked, speeding 70 in a 55, dismissed per plea, - Gary Wayne Kirk, assault on a female, dismissed per re­ quest of prosecuting witness, - Charles Ray Lam beth, D W I, sentenced lo 60 dnys, , suspended 24 months, $100, cost, surrender license, not lo operate a molor vehicle until li­ censed,by D M V , substnnce abuse u.ssessmem/lreatmcnt, credit for time served, - Amanda Diane Lee, harass­ ing phone call, dismissed per mediation, - Edward Clinton Lee, D W I, senienced to 12 monlhs, sus­ pended 24 monlhs, $400, cost, surrender licensc, nol to oper­ ate a motor vehicle until li­ censed by D M V , substance abuse assessmenl/treatmenl, seven days active, - Mario Osomio Lopez, driv­ ing wilh license revoked, drink­ ing beer/wine w hile driving, reckless driving with wanton disregard, dismissed per plea; D W I, sentenced lo 60 days, sus­ pended 24 months, $100, costj 24 hours community service, surrender license, nol to oper­ ate a motor vchicle until li­ censed by D M V , substance abuse assessmcni/lrcalment, - Lola B, Mascarenas, un­ lawfully passing emergency ve­ hiclc, prayer for judgment.con- tinued on cost, , - James Ernest M aterdo, driving with licensc revoked, prayer forjudgm eni continued on cosl. - Christopher Lee Owens, prayer for judgment continued 12 months, cost, not to be con­ victed o f similar offense, $987 restitution, - Jimmy Phloykaew, posses­ sion o f marijuana up to half ounce, dismissed per plea, evi­ dence ordered destroyed; pos­ session of drug paraphernalia, dismissed, evidence ordered destroyed, - Martin Anguiano Ramos, D W I, sentenced to 12 months, suspended 24 months, $400, cost, surrender license, not lo operate a molor vchicle unlil li­ censed by D M V , substance abuse assessment/treatment, seven days active; failure to wear drivers seat belt, driving with license revoked, posses­ sion/display of altered/fictl- tlous/revoked drivers license, dismissed per pica. - Samuel Rojas Rangel, fuil­ ure lo stop for slopsign/fiashing red light, speeding 67 in a 55, ubated/deccascd, - Stephen Edward Ridolfi, speeding 83 in a 70, possession/ display of altcred/fictilious/re- voked drivers license, dismissed per plea; driving wilh liccnse re­ voked, prayer forjudgmeni con­ tinued on cost, - Misty Nicole Shirley, mis­ demeanor larceny, dismissed per deferred prosecution, - Timothy Linn Simmons, simple worthless checks, sen­ tenced to 60 days, suspended 24 months, $50, cost, $947,51 res­ titution, not be convicted of similar offense; simple worth­ less checks, dismissed per plea, - Donald Stiltner, driving with license revoked, fictitious/ concealed/revoked regislralion card/lag, littering not more than 15 pounds, po.s,session of open container/consuming alcohol in passenger area, dismissed per pica; felony attempted obtaining controlled substance by forgery/ fraud and felony possession of schedule II controlled sub­ stance, reduced to common law uttering and possession of drug paraphernalia, sentenced lo 120 days, suspended 18 months, $100, cost, substancc abuse as­ sessmenl/treatmenl, submit to warrantless searches/random drug screcns, not be convicted of similar offense. - Tonya Olivia Stout, simple worthless check, dismissed per civil settlement. - James Fred Wilson, failure to wear drivers scat bell, $25, cost; operating vehicle with no insurance, fictilious/conccaled/ revoked regislralion card/lag, driving with license revoked, expired/no inspection, operating vehicle with no insurance, ex­ pired regislralion card/lag, dis­ missed. Failed To Appear; - Charavari Saint Leak, speeding 83 in a 70, possession/ display of allercd/flctitious/re- voked drivers license, driving with license revoked. - D eborah Swicegood Marion, no operators license, fictitiou.s/concculed/revoked registrution curd/lag, no opera­ tors licensc, D W I. avie Place ing Assisted Living Community Carol Ijames Even though Carol has been with us just one montli, her pleasant, fiiendly manner and professionalism have brought her quick respect from both llie residents and the staff. She comes to us from Rowan County where she resides with her four sons, ages 17,13,4 and 2 years, Carol is one of our CNA’s and enjoys being here to help the residents with their needs and seeing to tlieir petsonal well-being. She cites Ihe caring, helpfiil attitude of the staff and the management here at Davio Place as just one of many reasons she looks forward lo her work days. In her off time, she enjoys reading, both fiction and non­ fiction, dancing to her favorite hip-hop music and singing in her church’s choir, A huge football fan, she is an avid Carolina Pantliers’ supporter and is really excited about tlie season they are having. Will not miss a game if she can help it. She and her fiancée are shopping for a house and plan a wedding soon after tliey locate something large enough lo accommodate them and llie boys. Welcome Carol! For information On Placement, Contact: Suzanne Simpson-Vogler 336-751-2175 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 18,2008 - 5 B e n F ra n k lin Crafts, D iscover Life's Little Pleasures rsale Ends^ 12/24/08, Ben Franklin store Hours Mon-Sat 9-9. Sundav 1-6 t.v.( V'.viiii' m . -n -..W,» N O W S M O K & F R E E ! as of January 1,2009 We have set aside a covered, outdoor seating area for our smoking customers. f i l i » ОРЕХ FOR DENVER CHRISTMAS NIGHT! V e n e z ia 5273 US Hwy 158 • Advance • 336.940.6787 ■ nv 6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 18,2008 Public Records Land Transfers The following land transfers were filed with the Davic Reg­ ister of Deeds. The transactions are listed by parties involved, acrcage, township, and deed stamps purchased, with $2 rep- resenting'S 1,000. - Edith Zimmennan lo M el­ issa Hendrix Barnum, 1 lot. Shady Grove, $2. - Primacy Closing Corp. to Arthur Gordon Paschal and Su­ san Colvard Paschal, 1 lot, Farmington, $546. - Bank of the Carolinas to Donna C. Fleming, 4.1 acrcs, Jerusalem, $70. - Francisca Castrejon lo Avery W ayne Hampton and Lupe Ham pton, 1.29 acres, Jerusalem, $244. - Ralph S. Rowe and Marla J. Row.e to Ralph S. Rowe, 1 acre, Mocksville. - W illiam Richard Cook and Vivian M . Cook lo John Marion, Renee M arion Leonard and. Kathy Marion Hedrick, 4 acres. - Samuel Wellman Beck, nnd Joycc Beck to Kathy Ratledge Drum and James Bradley Drum, 3.38 ocres, Clarksville, $27. - Steven Privitera nnd Louise T. P rivitera and Steven A . P rivitern to Robin Dale M atthew s and R oger D . Hutchens, 3.39 acres, Mocks­ ville, $60. - William J. Rowe and Debra L. Rowe to Thomas J. Jnrdine and Barbara J. Jnrdine, 2 tracts, Jerusnlein, $260. Mocksville Police The follow ing Incidents were reported to the Mocksville Police Department. - A woman reported Dec. 8 that a chcmicnl had been poured onto a vehicle on Wright Lane. - A womnn reported Dcc. 10 that someone left M ilestone Restaurant without paying for $1.60 worth of their bill. - The larceny of money from Pier 601 on Yadkinville Road was reported Dec. 9, - A man reported Dec. 5 he was threatened and followed from Walmart, - A man reported Dcc, 11 that an acquaintance threatened to “break his head" at BB&T. - A woman reported Dee. 11 she was threatened via tele­ phone. - Someone tried to pass a forged prescription at Foster Drug, it was reported Dcc. IS. - The larceny of supplies from the Duvie County Hospi­ tal emergency room was re­ ported Dec, 12, - A woman reporicd Dcc, 12 her purse wus taken at Dollar Tree. Arrc.sls Notice of TAX LISTING FOR DAVIE COUNTY All property on hand January 1, 2009 both real and personal is subject to taxation regardless of age and sex of owner. You are no longer required to list motor vehicles which are currently LICENSED with the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles. These vehicles will be billed by the County after the current registration Is renewed or an application Is made for a new registration. About three months after your regislralion renewal you will receive a bill from the County. You will have 30 days to pay the bill before interest is added at the rate of 5% the first month past due and 3/4 of 1% thereafter. Taxpayers must list UNLICENSED vehicles not licensed on January 1, 2009 DURING THE REGULAR LISTING PERIOD. There is no change in the listing requirements for those vehicles. Permanent tagged multiyear vehlcies must also be listed. Other property required to be listed in January Include: mobile homes, boats and motors, Jet skis, aircraft, farm equipment used to produce income, tools used by carpenters and mechanics, all assets and supplies of businesses, furnishings owned and rented by a landlord, Taxpayers should report any new buildings o r any Im provem ents built on leal estate, o r any changes to real estate to the Tax O ffice. The Tax Administrator’s Office will be sending listing forms to everyone that listed personal property In 2008. If you need to list personal property as indicated above or report changes to real property and you do not receive a form in the mail, please contact the Tax Administrator's Office for the proper forms. ELDERLY OR DISABLED APPLICANTS MUST BE AGE 65 OR PERMANENTLY DISABLED TO APPLY 1. Elderly and Disabled Exclusion: a. Income level $25,600 or below b. Must be 65 years of age or totally and permanently disabled c. Reduction of $25,000 or 50% of value of the home and 1 acre of land whichever is greater 2. Djgatijed Vgjerans Exclugjpn: a. Honorably Discharged Veterans and b. 100% disabled due to a service related injury c. Reduction of $45,000 off the value of the home and 1 acre of land a. Must be 65 years of a^ or to^^y and permanently disabled b. Must have owned and occupied property as the owner's permanent legal residence for tive years, c. Must be a North Carolina resident d. Income cannot exceed $38,400 if you did n ot receive the exclusion in 200B but are now eligible, you m ay obtain a copy o f an application from the assessor, it m ust be filed by June 1. Listing will begin Administrator’s Office January 1, 2009 in the Tax in the County Administration Building. Office listing help is available Jan. 1-31, 2009. Hours will be 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Monday thru Friday. The deadline for listing is January 31, 2009. Completed forms must be postmarked by the U.S. Postal Service not later than January 31, 2009. All lale listings are subject to a 10% penally. Please list eariy to avoid a late penally. D avie C ounty Tax A dm inistrator Jaclde H. Hall - Zachary Dwuyne Sum­ mers, 16, ofM ain Church Rond, wus chnrgcd Dec. 4 with Inr- ceny, conccnlment of merchnn- dise and second-degree tres­ passing. Trial date; Jan. IS. - Jose Daniel Hernandez, 21, of Windsong Road, was charged Nov. 30 with D W I and driving left of center. Trial dale; Dcc. 18. - R.D, Pettiford, 79', of 121 Marconi St,, was charged Dec. 11 with second-degree trespass­ ing. Triol dale: Jun. 8. Cooieemee Police The follow ing incidents were reported to the Cooieemee Police Department. - Randy Lee Church, 44, of NC 801 South, Mocksville, was urrCiited Dec. 14 for assault with a deadly weapon. Bond: $50,000. Trial date: Dec. 18. He is accused of cutting an ucquain- taiKc with u pocket knife dur­ ing Ihe eariy morning. He was arrested at his home later that day. - A mun reporicd Dec. 10 a projection T V and truck decals were damaged at homo on Riv­ erside Drive. - Five windows to vehicles parked o ff Neely Roud were broken, a nuui reported Dec. 9. - The breaking and entering and vandalism in a house on Duvic Street wns reported Dcc. 7. - The lurccny of vehicle purls and accessories from Spillman’s Auto Purts on Neely Street wns repotted Dcc. 4. - A woman reported Dcc. 1 she was assaulted by a neigh­ bor on Westview Avenue. Fires Davie Counly fire depart­ ments responded to the follow­ ing culls; Dcc. 8! Center, 11 ;27 a.m., I- 40 East, gruss fire; County Line ussisled. . . Dcc. 10: Smith Grove, 11 ;54 a.m., 1-40 West, uutomobilenc- cident; Furmington assisted. Dec. 11: Farmington, 3:S6 p.m., 1-40 East, automobile ac­ cident; Center assisted. Dec. 12: Cenier, 5:03 u.m., US 64 West, nutomobile ucci- dent; W illiam R. Davie, 3:14 p.m., US 601 Norlh, vehicle fire; Ccnter ussisled; M ocksville, 3:54 p.m., Wilkesboro Street, fire alarm; Center assisted. Dcc. 13: Smith Grove, 11:0S a.m., Little John Drive, electri­ cal investigation; Farmington assisted; Farmington, 6:47 p.m., Pineville Rond, structure fire; Mocksville, 8:15 p.m., Sanford Avenue, hazardous conditions. Arrests The Diivie County Sheriffs Department mude Ihe following urrcsis: - Brandy Denise M ize, 25, of Rockwell was arrested Dec. 5 for larceny and identity theft. Trial dale: Dec. 11, - Brnndon Andrew Keller, 17, of US 158, Advance was arrested Dec, 7 for assaull on a government official und resist­ ing a public officcr. Trial date: Jan, 22, - Ashley Renee Sales, 20, of Wharton Trail, Mocksvillc was arrested Dcc, 7 for simple as­ sault and injury to personal prop­ erty, Trial dale: Jun, 22. - Timothy Scott Bobbitt, 26, of Junction Rond, Mocksville wns arrested Dec. 8 forstatutory rape/sex offense against a de- feiidunt more thun six years of age. Trial date: Dec. 18. - Kevin Laverne Templeton, 53, of Stntesville was urrcslcd Dcc. 8 for lurceny. Trini dute: Jan. 29. - WilliuiTi David Tumer Jr., 39, of Mooresville was urrc.stcd Dec. 9 for larceny. Trial dale: Jan. 29. - Huylce Drew Hinemun, 20, of Boone wus urrested Dec. 13 for resisting a public officer. Trial date; Jan. 29. - Douglas Raymond Fulk Jr., 19, of Ridge Rond, Mocksville wus urrcslcd Dcc. 13 for con­ suming alcohol by 19)20 year old. Trial date; Jan. 29. - Stephanie Mnrie Oliznrez, 20, of Vilns was arrested Dec. 13 for consuming beer by 19/20 yeur old. Triul dute; Jun. 29. Highway Patrol The following irnlfic wrccks in Davie County were listed by Ihe N.C. Highway Patrol. • No charges were filed after un uccident in the county on Dec. 10. Fidel Sosa M ata of Saint Pauls was driving his 1999 Toyota east on 1-40 when ho staled that he drove through u patch of heuvy ruin. Mata's ve­ hicle run off the right side of the roud and struck a ditch, , TrooperA.J.Furmcr reported the uccidcnl occurrcd nt ap­ proxim ately 12:55 p.m. and there were no injuries. • No charges were filed after an accidcnt on Dec. I i . Hannah Dcunn Reynolds of Lincolnlón wus driving a 2005 Volkswagen east on 1-40 in heavy rain. Reynolds stuied thal she lost control of her vehicle, ran off the road to the right, und struck n ditch. Trooper A.J. Farmer reported the accident occurred at ap­ proximately 9:59 a.m. and there were no injuries. • No charges were filed after un uccident on Dec. 11. Jonnlhnn Wesley Propsi of Newlon wns driving u 2005 Muzdu west on 1-40. Propst staled thal he drove into heavy rain, lost control of his vehicle, run off the road to tho right, and Get outstanding low prices on quality products. Tape RuleMjW'Cmtfd out» Hr Metl ihMiMili vkI cuKjcaui inatrK« Hllttiiti n-Pc. Olili A ScriwAtv«! Bit SetIJiKk mtU ЛШ M :¿ }j3 î î j b j j i i j j ANO BUILDINa SUPPLIES 162 SHEEK STREET 751-2167 MOCKSVILLE'S COMPLETE BUILOERS’ SUPPLY Open Dally Weekdays 7:30 • 5:00 • Sat. 7:30 -12 noon struck a guard rail. Trooper A.J. Fanner reported Ihe accident occurred at up- proxim ntely 11:12 n.m. nnd there were no injuries. • An Iredell man was charged with exceeding n safe speed af­ ter he wrecked tho vchicle ho was driving Dec. 11. C olby A llen Lew is of Stalesviile was driving a 2000 Chevrolet east on 1-40 exceed­ ing u safe speed for rainy con­ ditions, Lewis' vobicle hydro­ planed, ran off the roud to the loft, und collided wilh u mediun cnblc. Trooper C.D. Hall reported the accident occurred nt up- proximately 4:21 p.m. und there were no injuries. ' • Two deer were reported hit by uutomobiles in the county lasl week. In the following re­ ports no injuries lo Ihe drivers were reporicd: Scott A llen M atthews of Rollingwood Drive, Mocksville wus driving n 2004 Chevrolet pick-up eust on US 158 when it struck u deer crossing the roud. Trooper A.J. Farmer reported the accident occurred at up- proximutely 6:03 u.m. on Dcc. 8. Panic Brown Fish of 'W in- ston-Snlem wus driving n 2001 Chevrolet pick-up soulh on Cunn Rond when it collided wilh u deer attempting to cross Ihe road. . TroopcrA.J. Farmer reported the accident occurred at ap­ proximately 4:55 a.m. on Dec. 9. • A G uilford man wns churged wilh left of center ufter he wrecked the vehicle he wus driving Dec. 12. Thelbert Gene Hassell of High Point wus driving a 2001 Intemnlionnl Iraclor-lruiler west on US 64. Hussell swerved ho truck lo nvoid colliding wilh n deer nnd run off Ihe right side o f the road. Hassell overcor­ rcctcd, crossed the centocline, run off ihc roud to the left, und collided with a dilch and mail­ box, before Ihe truck over­ turned. Trooper M .T . D allon re­ ported the uccident occurrcd ut upproximatcly 5 a.m. nnd there were no injuries. • No charges were filed after nn Uccident on Dec. 14. Janet Page Fulton of East Bend was driving her 2004 C hrysler south on US 601. Fulton begun to brake rapidly und swerved lo nvoid hitting n doer. The vehicle struck the deer and traveled down an embank­ ment. Trooper M .T. D alton re­ ported ihc accident occurrcd nt upproximntely 10:45 n.m. Sheriff’s Department The follow ing incidents were reported to the D uvie County Sheriff's Department. - On Dcc. 5 identity theft and larceny were reported at a home on Brocklund Drive, Advance. - A larceny was reported ut u FOR SALE Reconditioned Pianos Ttwsc piunos have twcn rebuilt to provide quality pinyabilily along wilh a greni sound. Any one of these pianos will provide years of service at an aHordable price. Pianos cutrenlly available are: Regent M ade by Blaslus i£ Sons $575 Cunningham M ade by Cunningham , G irard and F o m s I $575 Frnnccscu Upright M ade fo r C J , Heppe and Sou $625 Hamilton Upright M ade by Baldwin Piano Co. $625 E.C,Malarkcy Upright M ade by B. Shonniger Co, $625 Whitney Spinet M ade by Kim ball Plano Co. $755 The.se piano.s may be viewed by nppoinlment t>y calling 336-940-5821 field on US 601 North, Mocks­ ville on Dec. 5. - On Dec.'S larccny was re­ ported at a home on Daniels Roud, Mocksville. - An nssnult with a deodly weapon wus reported ut u locu­ tion on 1-40 West in D avie County on Dec. 5. - On Dec. 6 Ihe larceny o f n fireurm und break-in of a motor vehicle was reported at a home on North Hiddcnbrookc Drive, Advance. - Identity theft was reported at u home on Hobson Drive, Mocksvillc on Dcc. 6. - On Dec. 8 n brcuk-in und larceny were reported at a home on Underpass Road, Advance. - A brcak-in and larceny were reported ut u home on River Rond, Advnnce on Dec. 8. - On Dcc. 8 u brcuk-in und larccny were reported nt n home on East Valley View, Advancc. - The brcak-in of a molor vchiclc and larccny were re­ ported ut a home on Wcstridge Roud, Advuncc on Dcc. 8. - On Dcc. 8 an ussault wus reported at a business on NC 801 North, Advance. - A brcak-in und larceny were reported at u home on Baity Roud, Mocksville on Dcc. 8. - On Dec. 8 the unauthorized use of a crcdit card was reported at n home on ljumes Church Roud, Mocksville. - Lurccny was reported at a location on Ivy Circic, Mocks­ villc on Dcc. 8. - On Dec. 9 damage to prop­ erty was reported at a property on Daniels Rond, Mocksvillc. - Counterfeit money was re­ ported ut a business on Yadkinvillc Road, Advance on Dcc. 9, - On Dcc, 9 property dam­ age was reported ut a home on Daniel Rond, Mocksvillc, - Road rnge wns reported at u locution on N C 801, Advance on Dec. 9. - Oh tlbc. 'I'O an assaull and lurceny of money were reported nl u home on Jamestown Roud, Mocksvillc. - A brcak-in and larccny were reported at a vchicle on Highfield Road, Advance on Dcc. 10. - On Dec. 10 the break-in of a motor vehicle and lurceny were reported at a home on North H ighfield Road, A d­ vance. - A break-in ut un uirport on Gilbert Road, Mocksville was reported on Dec. 10. - On Dcc. 10 a brcak-in and lurceny were reported at a park­ ing lot on Cornatzer Roud, Mocksville. - The breuk-in of a molor vchicle und larceny were re­ ported at a parking lot on NC 801 North, Mocksville on Dec. 10, - On Dec. 11 a brcak-in was reported ul n home on Ouk Grove Church Road, Mocks­ ville. - The breuk-in of an automo­ bile wus reported nt a location on High Meadows Drive, Ad- vnncc on Dec. 11. - On Dec. 12 larceny was reported al a parking lot on US 64 West, Mocksvillc. - Damage to property was reported at a home on Mr. Henry Road, Mocksville on Dcc. 12. - On Dec. 12 n break-in and larceny were reported al a home on US 601 South, Mocksville. - Identity theft was reported at a home on NC 801 North, Mocksville on Dec. 12. - On Dec. 12 an assault was reported nl u homo on Villnge Road, Mocksville. - Property damage was re­ ported ut H home on Mnson Roud, Mocksvillc on Dec. 13. - On Dcc. 14 larceny wns reported nt nn unknown location in the counly. - A breuk-in and larceny were reported at u home on Grenada D rive, Advance on Dec. 14. - On Dec. 14 threuis were reported al u home on Rainbow Road, Advance, ‘ Davie Dateline D A V lIi C O U N T Y E N T E R P R IS E R E C O R D , Thursday, Dec. 1 8 ,2 0 0 8 - 7 Horse & Buggy Rides • In Downtown i\ / lo c l(S v llle Fundraiset^ Thursday, Dec, 18 Supper With Santa, Mocksvillc. Elementary Cafclcria, 5-7 p.m. Pizza, salad, drink $3. Bring camcnt for pic wilh Snnla. SNA of Davic wisücs you hnppy holidays. Saturday, Dec. 20 Hum & Sausage Urcakfast, at Wc.slcy Chapel Church, Pino. Menu: sausage gravy, red eye gravy, gril.s, bakeil apples, & biscuits. All you can cat $6, Served 6:30-10 a.m. Religion Sunday, Dec. 21 Christmas Production, "When Christmas Left Rauler Canyon", 7 p.m., al Elbaville UMC, Advance. Please como bc a part of lliis Dec. day SCI in the 1800s righl'bcfore CImslnuis. Lighlrcfrcslimenlsañcr- wards in fellowship bldg, Wednesday, Dec. 24 Chrtstmns Eve Scrvicc, ul ConialzerUMC. Begins 11 p.m. wilh services of carols, communion, and candle lighting. Be wilh us lo wel­ comc the King at midnight. Loea- lion; 1244 Cornatzer Rd., Mocks­ ville. Info: 998-0687. ChrUlmas Eve Lovefeast, al Macedonia Moravian Church, 4 & 7:30 p.m. Church location; NC 801 between Hillsdale & Farmington. Chrfatiwu Eve Program, al Mocks­ villc Sccond Pre.sbylerian Church, 6:30 p.m., all arc inviled. Christmas Eve Program, "Look Who Just Cheeked In", 6:30 p.m. al IJames Bapl. Church. Children & adults will piulicipatc in Ihe play and music. Treat bags given m end of servicc. Evciyone inviled. Location: corner of Ijames Church and Shefricid rds. near Moclcsvilic. Spedcil Events Saturday, Dec. 20 Open Food Pantry, at Life Com­ munily Church, 170 Duard Davis Rd., Mocksville. llicy arc ojiening Iheir food panliy to families in need from 11 a.m. Ill 2 p.m. Aiso offcring .lunch of hpme-jnade soups to any­ one lhat wants to come by. Monday, Dec. 22 Holiday Workshop, by Davic 4- H Teen A.ssocialion, 9 a.m. lil 12 noon. Open 10 ages 8-12, cost; $8. Make a variety of ctai^ & decora- lioas for holidays. Panicipants asked lo bring an old CD for crafts. Held at Duvie Co. Officc Bldg., i::ciopera- live Ext. Office. Call 753-6100 to sign up. Mon.&Tues., Jan.5&6 "Curouscl” Auditions, Davie Ans Councilwiliholdaudilionsforspring production each day 6:30-9 p.m. There are parts for all ages. Come prepared lo sing song, bring music with you and wcarcomfortable shoes. C all bucks held Jan. 8 .?o ú n ío .l5 i- 3112. Meetings Ongoing Davie Beekeepers Association, scc­ ond Monday of every month, 7 p.m., al N.C. Coopenilive ExI. Office, 180 S. Main.Slrcel, Mocksvillc. Forinfo; 998-2975. VFW Post4024.7p.m„2ndTues. each month, VFW Hul, Sanford Avenue, Mocksvillc. Eligible members welcome. Come early for refreshments. For info call 492- 7521. Trium ph Parenting Classes, Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m., call for info: 751-5636. Humane Society of Davie Co., bi­ monthly meetings 2nd Tues. of cv- cry cvcn-nuinbcred monlh, at Hu­ mane Society Adoption Center, 290 Eaton Rd. Call 751-5214 for info. Dnvie Amateur Radio Club, l.st Tuesduy of cach monlh, 7 p.m., Davie Co. Hospital Training Room. Public welcome. Davic HLstorieat & 'Genealogical Socicty, 4lh Tucs., 7 p.m., Davie Libraiy. Ccntral Davie High Cla.ss of 1966, liiird Monday cach monlh, at Shiloh Bapl. Churcli fellowship liall, 6 p.m. Queslions: 336-692-7104. Mocksville Lions Club, 1st Thurs­ day, 7 p.m., fellowship hail of St. Francis of Assisi, Yadkinville Road, .Mocksville (board meeting contin­ ues 1st & 3rd Thurs,, 6 p.m.). Al-Anon Fam ily Group, at Macedonia Moravian Chuteh, N.C. 801 N., Advance, Sundays 8 p.m., Rm. 225 (above fellowship hail). Al- Anon is a group that helps families & friends of alcoholics. Cooieemee Womens Civllan Club, meels 4lh Tliurs. of cach monlh. 7 p.m. Cooieemee First Bapt. fellow­ ship iiaii, 204 Marginal St., Cooi­ eemee. All lu-ea ladies invited. For further Info: 336-284-4795. Stiteh-ln, a gathering of crancis at Mocksvilic Library, sccond Wed. of each monlh, 7-8:15 p.m. Bring your portable project im aii your best lips and tricks to share. Info: 751-2023. Community Foundation of Davic Counly Doard of Directors, 2nd Mon., 5 p.m. Rotating mecling. For info/monlhiy location call 753-6903. Mocksvillc Ga.rdcn Club, IstTliurs. of each mondi, 7 p.m., in former fellowship hall behind First UMC, Main Street, Mocksville. North Davie Kuritan Club, monthly dinner mcelings,sccond Mon.ofcach monlh, 7:30 p.m. Call 782-4276 for info and location of next meeting. Smart Sturt of Duvie County board meeting, 3rd Tues. of evciy olhcr monlh (begins Jan.) at SunTrust on Yadkinville Rd„ 9-10:30 a.m. Ques- lions: 751-2113. Alzticlmer’s Support Group, 2nd Tuesday of each mondi, 6:30 p.m., at Autumn Ciue, Mocksville.lnfo:751- 3535. Davie Co. Hospllnl AuxUnry, eveiy sccond Tues., in boiud rxMin, 6 p.m. Davie Huslness Women’s Associa­ tion, 1st Wed. of cach monlh, 12 noon, at SunTnist Bank. Speaker of ¡merest and catered lunch, cost $8. Yearly membership $35. Contact Calhy Boies 753-1006 for more info. Celebrate Recovery, weekly sup­ port group for those straggling wilh or in recovery for bad itabils - such as stress, depression, addiction, abu.se, etc. Mccis Thurs. 7 p.m. al Farming­ ton Comm. Center, Faiminglon Rd. Call 408-8750 or 813-9921 for more info. Davie Counly HorecEmei^n9yRcs- cucTeam,7;30p.m., downstaiis at the Agricuimnil Building, Mocksviiie. Ev­ ery 3rd Tuesday ciich monlh. For info: 940-2111. Davie Co. Band Boosters, meets 2nd Tuesday of mondi, 7:30 p.m., Davie High Band Room. Christian Businessmen's Commit­ tee of Mocksville,Thursdays, 7 a.m. Mocksville Rotiuy Hut. Gold Wing Touring Association, Red Pig Biabecuc, Greasy Comer, N.C. 801 al U.S. 601, 6 p.m. 284- 4799. Davie County Stump Club, 2nd Thurs., Duvic Senior Cenier, 7 p.m. 751-0611. Cooieemee Recrcutton Association, Zaeiuuy Hou.se, 1st Tuesday, 7 p.m. The Artist Group, Davic County Libnuy,7 p.m. laslTues. Call Bonnie al 998-5274. H o m e c o m i n g C h r i s t m a s C a n t a t a Saturday & Sunday, Dec. 20 & 21 6 p.m. each night Bible Baptist Church 6350 Styers Ferry Road • Clemmons Center Community Development, 3rd Mon., 7 p.m. Communily Bldg. Cooieemee Town Board, 3rd Tues­ day, Town Hall, 7 p.m. unless odicr- wise noted. Cooieemee AA, behind Good Shep­ herd Episcopal, Tues. & Fri., 8 p.m. North Cooieemee and Clark Road Council, 2nd Wednesday, 7 p.m. Friendship Baptist Fellowship Hall. Mocksville AA, closed non-smok­ ing meeting, al St. Francis of Assisi Church fellowship hall, 862 Yadkinville Rd., Mocksville. Thursday, 7 p.m. Info: Jan 753- 6863. Davie Domestic Violence Services and Rape Crisis Center. Offers weekly support group for domestic violence & sexual assault victims. The groupmcctscvcryTues. evening from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Please call of­ ficc for location, 751-3450. Sons of Conrcdcratc Veterans, 1st Monday, Cooieemee Historical Building, 7 p.m. Recreation For more information on any of the following rec. events call 751-2325. Davie Youth Council all students grades 9-12, attend N.C. State Youth Council events, serve community. Cali Sandra 751-2325. Good Timers Square Dance Famiinglon Comm. Cu-, Mondays 7 p.m., cost $5 per month. Voiunleer & community scrvice oppoitunhies. Call 998-3837 for more info. Davie Metro Tae Kwon Do Ages 6 & up, including aduils. Tucs. & Tliurs. @ 6 p.m., Brock Gym. Gary КесЫе, instnictor. Call 3^1- 4538 for moro info. Shelter Rentals Available al Rich Park, Riverpark at Cooieemee Falls, and Farmington. Call 751-2325 to reserve. Special Olympics Fun Nites available to anyone wilh a disability, Wednesdays, BnaekOym, 6 p.m. Call KalliieStreil 751-2325. K-2 Instructional B’Ball Includes T-shlit. Sliver Striders Brock Gym available for walking 6:30-9 u.m. Quarterly inccniives for miles walked. Senior Trips Join us for day trips & occa.sional ovcmighteis lo inlctesling locations & let us do Iho driving. Call Kalhio for Info. Senior Games Open to ail 55 or better. Be active, have fun, softball, basketball, badmilton, horseshoes, boccc, & more. Dance Company Brock Gym, Emily Robertson 998- 5163, ages 3 & up, including adults. Classes Mon. & Tues. Bocce Al Rich Park Sports Complex, Wednesdays, 11 a.m. Learn sport of Bocce. Open lo all seniors 55 or belter. YM CA Formore information, call 751-9622, visit www.davie.ymcanwnc.org, or come to the YMCA for a tour. Indoor Soccer Evciyone plays al Ihe YMC.\, even when it’s cold outside. Leam variety of skills, value of teamwork, and good sportmonship during weekly practices. Saturday games. Rcgis№i- tion for childen 3-13, now thra Jan. 9; season Jan. 12-Morch 7. $40/mcm- bers, $75/potcnlial members. Swim Lessons Sign up now. Choose from Tues/ Tliurs. evening lessons $33 mem-. bcrs/$66 non-members or Sat. morn­ ing lessons $16 membcrs/$33 non­ members. Private & family lessons also available. Members Only Join die YMCA and take advantage of water aerobics, yoga, biking, walk­ ing, personal Unining, and more. Come visit and tourour facility at 215 Cemetery Street and leam how we build strong kids, strong families, and sUong communides. Seniors Ail Senior Activities take place at Davie Counly Senior Services lo­ cated at 278 Meroney St., Mocksvillc unless otherwise noted. Call 753- 6230. . Monday, Dec.29 It’sNiverTooLatetoLeam, 10:30 a.m. at Ihe Farmington site, 1723 Farmington Rd., Mocksville, Talk alKiut learning opportunities avail­ able lo Davidson County Commu­ nity College’s new Hillsdale loca- don. Forinfo: 753-6230. Tuesday, Dec. 30 Avoiding Indigestion, I p.m., at Davie Hospital, free. Tis die season for overeating, leam ways to avoid indigesdon dial often comes diis dme of year. Cali 753-6230 formore info. Ongoing Sr.Lunchbox,M.T.W. 11:30 a.m., Th. & Fri., 11 a.m., lunch served daily. Silver Health Exercises, Exorcise Room of Senior Services, M . W, F, 8:30 a,m. Tues. & Thurs. 9 a.m. at Mock Placc, (open lo any senior). Quilting Club, every Monday, 10 a.m. Bridge, every Friday, 2 p.m. SKIPBO, Wednesdays, 1 p.m. Scrapbooking, every 2nd Tuesday,. 2 p.m. Dr.Duim,Podiatrist, at Sr. Services eveiy three weeks, 8:30 a.m., please call for dates. . Free Blood Pressure Chedts, once a mondi, at 10:30 a.m. in die Nutri­ tion Site. ShigfaigSeniaraChoruhThursdays, 10 a.m. VFW Ladles AuxUlary, every 2nd Thurs., 1 p.m. Scrabble, 1 p.m. evciy Monday. Rook, 1 p.m. oveiy Monday. Texas Hold’Em-Thursdays, 1 p.m. PalnUng - Wednesdays 8:30-11:30 o.m. Grief Support Group, 1st & 3rd Tuesdays at 6 p.m. Sr. Book Club, eveiy second Tues. of the mondi, 12:30 p.m. Computer Classes - are availabio, call for infoimalion. ArthriticExerdse-eveiyodierWcd. 10:30 a.m. Low Impact Aerobks - Wed. & Fri. begins Feb. 7 11 a.m. dl 12 p.m. Fitness EqidpmenI Room - open Mon,-Thurs. 8 a.m. lil 8 p.m. Ridiiys 8 a,m, lil 5 p,m. Table Tennis - every Tues. 1-4 p.m. Art, Mortdays 9 a.m. lil 12 p.m. Tal Chi, Tuesdays (call for sesssion dates) Line Dancing, Thurs. 11 a.m. til 12 p.m. & 2-3 p.m. Report Davie Dateline items By Noon Monday Items for Davie DateUne should be reported by noon Monday of Ihc pub­ lication week. Call 751-2120 or drop it by die office, al S. Main SI. across from Ihc courthouse. Dulin united i/iethociist ChurcH L O V E F E A S T Sunday, Dec. 21 • 9;00 am C H R IS T M A S E V E S E R V IC E Wednesday, Dec. 24 • 11:00 pm Dulin UMC 897 Dulin Road, Mocksville, NC 27028 336-998-S409 Horse and buggy rides through Dow ntow n M ocksville continue Friday and Saturday nights. The last rides o f the season w ill be from 6:30-8:30 each night, through the town with buildings and trees lined with white lights. Get A Free T-Sliirt At Cooieemee Bloodmobiie C O O L E E M E E - An Am erican Red Cross blood drive w ill be held from 1-5:30 p.m. Sunday, D ec.21 al the Cooieem ee Volunteer Fire Departm ent on M arginal Street. A ll donors w ill receive a long-sleeve t-shirt and m ay en­ ter to win one o f three $1,000 g ift cards. C all 725-4346 ext. 213 for m ore inform ation or to sched­ ule an appointment. Luminary Show Saturday In Mocksville Neighborhood The Garden Valiey neighborhood in M ocksville w ill be lined w ilh luminaries on Saturday, Dcc. 20 and Sunday, Dec. 21 beginning at dusk. The com m unity is invited to the annual display o f holi­ day spirit. The neighborhood is located off Sanford Avenue, just o ff Valley Road near Ingcrsoll-Rund. Budget MINI WAREHOUSES 1919 US Hwy. 601 N. • Mocksville 1/2 rallo N. o( MO near Southpoint Business Paik (336) 753-1510 • Brand New Units , * Climate Controlled & Regular Units • Sizes from S’xlO’ to 10’x20’ • 24 HR. 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H e would like to thank aii of his past customers for their patronage and looks fonward to providing his services to others. This Is the time of the year to get your house looking nice and what better w ay to do that than by giving it a fresh coat of paint? The nam e Brown Painting does not do justice to the services they provide, such as pressure washing, gutter cleaning, window washing and much more. They also do a fantastic job on reflnishlng decks, porches, walkways, brick i I Г Prè«M[it(hi*couponferli 10% OFFI KÿéùrhixArHUHrclkiMof $5.00orinor« ^Ni^eo^^i»i^olh»/dl»i!Ounl$ orspaelal».Adv»fH»^^^ j H a i r 6 0 0 0 Redken 5th Avenue Salon Lat Us Introduce You To Tha Latest In Hair Fashion Chetvi. Toney, Keljy'S Dana ' 6000 IVieadowbrool< iVlall Clemmons336-766-7887 or 7664695 and fences. "No job is too big or small. W e take pride in the fine detail or our workmanship,” said David. 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The 11th lopsided win in 11 tries to thnt point in the season marked the 600th win in Low ery’s 33-year career at Davie. Six-hundred wins is a lot of wins no matter how you slice it. But the incred­ ible thing about Lowery’s milestone is he made the journey look easy. He got to 600 wins in 694 matches (92 losses, two lies). Davie’s administration didn’t icnow it at the time, but it hit the jackpot when it plucked Lowery to replace Steve Roeder and become the fourth wres­ tling coach in seven years in the full of 1976. Larry Groce started the program in 1969-70. Frank Nader was the sec­ ond coach. Thert came Steve Roeder. After Lowery completed a football ca­ reer at East Carolina, Ihe Spencer na­ tive adopted Davie County as his home. Davio went 5-0 at North Davidson before thumping North Forsyth on the road in the second Central Piedmont Conference match. That lifted Davie’s records to 14-0 and 2-0 in the CPC. Davie has carved out a 603-92-2 record under Lowery despite wearing a big target on its chest since the early ‘80s. The War Eagles win 2:5 matches every year in their sleep. They’re a model of consistency that every pro­ gram except Cary envies. Look at the rccords in the last 16 years: 20-2,20-0, 29-1,28-2,23-3, 19-4,30-2,20-2,24- 4, 32-3, 30-5, 27-3,42-1, 42-1, 25-11 and 28-3. “It means I’ve had a lot of good wrestlers and I've had a lot of good assistant coaches,” said Lowery, who is as classy and humble a man as you could imagine. "The middle-schaol coaches get them ready, and wc try to ' , **We keep things in /(ierspective. We’re jworried about the next one. I think that’s how ¡we've befen so jsucccissfuh We don’t iworry about something ;way,d6wn the road. We kjeep, it We^k to week.” < 0H8(Wnj«tllng CoachfRife bring it to another level. We’rd consis­ tently pretty good. W e’re not a flash in Ihe pan. We've been consistent over a long period of time. It’s a lot of matches and a lot of memories," Lowery is not Ihc most nostalgic person around. He doesn’t have a clue where 90 percent of his trophies are, and he doesn’t seem to cure loo much about milestones. He’s top busy wor­ rying about the next practice, the next match and the next week. There's hardly a moment when he’s not correct­ ing somebody in practice. He's always in their ear, dominating record or not. "We keep things in perspective," he said. "W c’rc worried about the next one. 1 think that’s how we’ve been so successful. We don'l worry about something way down the road. Wc keep it week to week." Low ery certainly has his arras around his 33rd team . A t North Davidson, Davie steamrolled Carson (73-3), East Davidson (73-6), Marvin Ridge (72-6), Lexington of South Caro­ lina (54-24) and Fayetteville 71st (55- 15) by a combined score of 327-54. It grabbed 58 of 70 individual matches, and it seized 44 of 50 pins, Shelton Sales and Michael Waters both went 5-0 with five pins. Zach Vemon went 5-0 with a forfeit and four pins. Trevon Faulkner, a freshman arid future star, went 5-0 with two forfeits and three pins. Jonathan Hupp, Aarod Peoples and Matt Oarretson went 5-ip. M att Cusack, Rusty O'Connor add Jared Barber went 4-1. And A lex Costner and Shane Carter were 3-2. ; The depth of talent is staggering. Tony Donati filled in for David Oaklo^, who had tq take the SAT, and split l\^ matches. Garrett Cookson sat out witl; an injured back. No matter. Faulkn^ picked up the slack and ran his recoR) to 6-1. Cusack and Barber were 15-0 atjo 10-0, respectively, before sufferii^ Iheir first losses. £ Lowery was fiill o f praise. *‘H ^ , they want to be good," he said. “We're going to be eventually, when we get all the pieces in there. You can see stead)l improvement. They don't like getliiig beat. Each one of them feels like ihey'fe Plense See Low ery ■ Page B7 New Face Holland Makes Immediate Impact Davie’s varsity girls basketball team couldn’t do anything right in a 43-34 loss at Asheboro. When it trailed host North Rowun 14-1 Out halftime on Fri­ day, it appeared reuJy to full apart. Maybe nol. The War Eagles played beautifully in the sccond half und dis­ patched North 47-36. * If they want to hnve a .5(X) season or belter, they need to keep playing like that. They were brilliant in a 23-4 third that saw Davie bur.st into a 33-18 lead, and they wound up with 37 second-half points. Tho loss at Asheboro was dreadful. Davie shot 13 of 50 (26 percent), miss­ ing all six S-poinKK.'ti'W enl eight of 18 al the line. It committed 19 turn­ overs, got outrebounded 40-29 and missed 18 of 21 fourth'-quarter shots. Kellie Brown did play well with 12 points, eight rebounds and three assists. “We had a chance to ninke n layup and get within two (in the fourth), but we missed,” coach Debbie Evans said. “We had a couple 3s lo get it to two (that missed). Wc couldn't find a bas­ ket. Wc look some fairiy good shots. We just couldn’t buy a basket.” A fter the uninspired first half at North Rowan, Mcchei Oudson, Eiyssa Tuckcr and Taliah Holland gave Davie life in the 23-4 third. “Wc switched up defenses," she said. “We went to fullcourt man. “We pul some pressure on them and got some steals and layups. In the first half we pressed in a I-2-1-1. We got a few steals, but it was not as intense as our fullcourt lhan was. Thai was the big difference." Gadson (12 points, 11 rebounds). Tucker (11 points, nine rebounds, two block.s) and Holland (eight points, 12 rebounds) played big roles. Davie man­ aged to overcome the absence of two injured starters - leading-scorer Brown (10.8) nnd Sarah Evans (5.7). Because of the injuries, Evans promoted the JV’s top scorer - Holland - and she proved PIcflse See Holland - Page B6 Sophomore Tallah Holland made a nice varsity debut with eight points arid 12 rebounds. W o r th N o t in g . .. D avie wrestling coach B uddy Low ery enjoyed a spccial moment on Dec. 6, picking up the 600th win in his Davie career. H is record is a m ind-boggling 603-92-2. Junior Jo n ath m iH u p p has a 16-0 record. D rew A bsher o f D a vie’s varsity boys hit five 3-pointers and scored 2 6 j^oints in a 7 2 -6 3 loss at Asheboro, M echel Gadson o f D avie’s var­ sity girls recorded a double-double (12 points, 11 rebounds) in a 47-36 vvin at N ; Rowan. L a k e S labach o f D avie’s JV boys went off in a 74-54 win over Asheboro, scoring 18 o f his 25 points in the third. In the third he hit four 3s and six of seven shots. L a u ra S helton and C arm en G ru b b scored 13 and 12 points, respectively, as the Davie JV girls iinprpved to 5 -0 w ith a fourth straight blow out, 64-31 over N . Rowan. ; T o b y L o w e and B ra n d o n H orne are each 6-0 w ith 12 pins betweep them for N . D avie wres­ tling. i i A pin at 189 by S. D avie’s H eath N a ll sealed a 46-42 w in over S W Rimdolph, which had just handed N . D avie its first loss since ‘02. Peyton Sell’s two 3Tpointers and K enyon Tatum 's eight points fu­ eled a , 17-6 fourth-quarter blitz that lifte d the E llis boys to a 32-27 Comeback over C. Davidson, A m y S teller o f the E llis girls poured In 18 points in a 36-27 win bverTiVro. , Caleb M a rtin o f S. D avie’s boys pumped in 21 points in a 51-48 loss to^uncjefeated’N. Davidson. Slabachi Scores 18 In One Quarter Nothing Lake Slabach did on last year’s Davie JV boys basketball team suggested anything close to the kind of success he’s had in the last three games. He was a backup lasl year, went scoreless 13 times and had a high of seven points in a game. His sophomore year started with a three-point outing. But Slabach has quickly become a scoring monster. In a 74-54 trampling of visiting Asheboro, Slabach borrowed a page out of his daddy’s old North Davidson playbook and carved out a spectacular 18-point quarter. O r was il his momma’s old playbook. While father Gary had un outside stroke that could set the world on fire, mother Angie wasn’t a bad player herself, playing college ball and becoming u charter member of the Davie County High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002. The halflime score was 32-32. The third quarter was an eight-m inute stretch to remember for Slabach, who nailed four 3-poinlers, hit six of seven shots and scored 18 of his 25 points during a 30-14 spree that resulted in a 62-46 lead. Hp had five 3s for the game. “He lil it up in the third," coach Jeff Walton said. “Our defense turned it around. We were able to box oul and get the ball lo Lake. They were run­ ning a 2-3 zone, and they were pretty passive on Ihc outside. We kept pass­ ing Lake the bull and he was hot. Wc swung Ihe ball around and knew where the shot was going until he missed. 1 think they'll be a few more (perfor­ mances like that) down the road." Slabach was only one reason for the 20-point margin. Blake Simmons cani[e alive with 11 points, more than he in the first three games combined. Тщ- lor Jones and W allace Duhart hifd seven each, while Patrick Whaley апЪ Darius Wilson had six apiece. “Wc rebounded greal," Walton saifl.' “They may have gotten one or l\w » • Please Sec Slabach • Page B o y s D e f e a t e d T w ic e The Davie varsity boys basketball team’s resounding 78-55 win over East­ ern Randolph two weeks ago looked like a potential launching pad. It hud two straight wins and a 3-2 record. But it was tough to find positives lost week. Losses of 72-63 at Asheboro and 60-43 at North Rowan were damaging lo the War Engles’ morale. They had defeated both teams eariier in the sea­ son. At Asheboro, Davie was lied at 29 at halftime and was down 49-45 at the end of the third. But it couldn’t keep up with the Comets in the fourth. The difference wus Iruced to a 9-0 deficit. "We got off to another horrendous Sturt," coach Mike Absher said. “We gathered ourselves and came back. The most disappointing thing was 1 don’t think we were ready lo play al the be­ ginning. Our defensive intensity was nol there at all." Asheboro tarnished a superb night for Drew Absher, who scored 26 points to go wilh four assists. He drained five 3s and went five of five at the foul line. Jamal Mayfield nnd James Mayfield had 10 points each. Landon Harris had eight points and seven rebounds. And Shannon Dillard had six points, six re­ bounds and six blocks. “Drew shot like we know he's ca­ pable of," he said. “Thnt was a good thing. Shannon played pretty well again (in his second game)." At North Rowan, a miserable third quarter sent Davie spiraling to 3-4 in nonconference play. North used an 18- 4 barrage to turn a 33-25 halflime lead inlo a 51 -29 blowout. U was disappoint­ ing for Davie because North was 0-5. Absher had 15 points, but North suf­ focated him in the third (0 points). North coach Kelly Everhart rotated fouv players on the shooter. “We kept rotating who we were put­ ting on him because we Know he can light it up and hurt you in u hurry,” Everhart told the Salisbury Post. Jamal M ayfield had nine points, Harris seven and Dillard four. Please See Boys ■ Page B4 Mayfield shoots a finger roll. ■ Photos by Jim Barringer B2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 18,2008 C SA W ins N ational C heerleading C ham pionship Carolina Spirit Athlelics, an all-star com petitive cheerleading gym in C lem ­ mons, competed at the JAMFEST National Cheerlead­ ing Competilion on Dec. 5-7 in Gatlinburg, Tn„ and brought home first and sccond placc. H ie Senior team at CSA is an impressive composition of 25 girls aging from 9-17. It re­ mained undefeated for the sea­ son after taking first place and division championships at UC A C arolina Cham pionship in Greensboro and taking first again in Gatlinburg. The na­ tional championship cume in the Senior Open Level 3 division. This is a much-respected teum at CSA for its talent, leadership and unity exemplified in and outside the gym . The team members are Lindsay Allison, M eredith Bowles, Catherine Brake, Haleigh Brown, Nicole Byrd, Huylcy Carter, Whitney Fearrington, D anielle Fix, Sidney Fredrick, M arissa Green, Hannah H endrix, Criston Jarrell, Brittany Jones, Rachel M assengil, Taylor Mathis, Kaitlin McNeill, Jessica Posey, Brittnny Shaver, Sydney M em b e rs of th e C a ro lin a S pirit A thletics com petitive ch e e rle a d in g te a m c e leb rate th eir national cham pionship. Smith, M ary Tedder, Carly Th­ ompson, Hallie Wieters, Kolcie W iles, Meeghan Worden and Taylor Yungman. CS A’s Youth team consists of 20 girls ranging from 6-12. This team placcd first in its division a* the UCA Carolina Champi­ onship. After a first-place fin­ ish in prelims at JAMFEST Na­ tionals, the team held strong and finished second in an incredibly tough division of 11 teams from all over the east const. This team has grown through hard work, . confidence nnd dedication to reach such an outstanding ac- cotnplishm ent in the Sm all Youth Level 2 division. The members are Kyrsten Allison, Lindsay B ow les, M eredith Bowles, Hayley Carter, Emma Conley, A llison Diachenko, W hitney Fearrington, Anna Frye, K aylah Hendersoij, Reagan Holton, Julia Vaughan Jones, Emilee Murphy, Sarah Rodgers, Abby Shaver, Anna Smith, Makenzle Sinith, Carly Thom pson, M eredith W all, Summer Washnm and Meeghan Worden. CSA’s teams are made up of girls from both Davie and For­ syth counties. The girls are in the gym ench week prncticing in order to perfect their routine for a two-m inute, 30-second performance. These teams have been training since August and are off to an incredible start. Tlie Youth and Senior teams arc proudly coached by Brandi A llen, n form er DaVie High cheerleader and former captain of the Small Coed team at U N C C harlotte, as w ell as N icki Rcmbielak, the current captain of the coed lenm at Wake For­ est University. C SA , owned by Jennifer Hardin, has four competitive teams and accepts cheerleaders of all skill levels from ages 5- 18 whose primary goal is to pro­ vide all aspects of cheerleading, which include cheer, dance and tumbling. Hardin said; "Our all- star cheerleading program has proven to give the girls the self- confidence nnd respect for one another, which will help them grow as individunls." V isit the website www.CamUnaSpirttAihletlcs.net for additional pictures, video highlights and general informn­ tion on how you can become a CSA team member. Brock Ball Mocksville-Davie Parks & Rec Basketball Results 2nd Grade Coed Panthers - Braxton Folmnr 1, Peyton Goraelski 3, Colemun Sell 2 Cougars - Sydney Nelson, Sage Hancock 4, Jadikus Dal­ ton 3, Drake Hendrix 4 Wildcats - Ginny Mason 1, Grayson Kenton 1 ■ W olves-M adison Tellup 2, W illiam Blankship 1, Emma Slabach 2, Naaman Smith 1, Elijah Wood 1 Blue D evils - Lauren Grooms 2, Latham Chamber­ lain 2, Matthew King 1, Carson Whisenhunt 12, Makenzie Dal­ ton 2, Hunter Bowles 11 Rnttlers - Tyler Dnncy I, Enston Johnson 2, Madisyn Cockerham 4, Jacob Juarez 3, Tara Renegar 1, Evan Little 1 December is the ; month for gjvhig. Make ;i (you & your car shbie...; ^10% of iwashduringi December I will go to & A Storehouse For Jesus. WASHIS • r » M ocksville ^ A uto Prioe Car Wash N. Yadkinville Rd. Mocksvliie , (across from Lowes Home. Improvement) У4 Girls Storm 10-Sydnee Coleman 2, Dclann Splllmnn 2, Claire Wnllnce 2, Lauren Long 4 Sensntions 11 - Haley Bu- lutko 4, Desiree Lewis 5, K ’Lea Parks 2 H urricanes 12 - Jaidyn Bentley 8, Anna Deverenux 2, Morgan Hickox 2 Deacons IO -Z cllnE bert.2, M cK cnzie Bnrneycnstle 4, Bailey Walsh 4 3rd Boys W olfpack 12 - W illie Walker 2, Kyree Davis 2, Caleb Cox 2, Parkei- Froclich 2, Snm DeAngelis 2, Tbryn Bruff 2 Mountnineers 22 - Michael Walton 8, Brady Vest 4, Chase 2, Andrew Kabealo 6, John E l­ lis 2 Deacons 12-H ite Merrifield 6, M ichael Shelton 4, W ill Check 2 Tar Heels 4 - Anthony Renegar 2, Blake Budd 2 4th Boys Deacons 17 - Heath Slnbnch 11, Luke Dnvls 4, Jnlene Brown 2 DC Magic 15 - Foss Smith- deal 6, Spencer Arey 1, Tyler Roberts 6, Jack Little 2 W ar Eagles 24 - DeJuan Peebles 4, Michael McCaffrey 6, Devin M artin 2, Brandon Horton 6, Brenden Westbrook 6 Wolfpack 32 - Corey Wiles 10, Kaleb McCarson 1, Jacob Byrd 12, J.J, Hnyes 6, Jonathan Ressa 1, Dylan Sanders 2 S/6 Girls Blue Devils 4 - Abby Kerr 2, Harley Gorzelski 2 Tnr Heels 22 - Asiah Peter­ son 8, MaShne Johnson 2, Dejah Joyner 12 We’ve got you covered... 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C all 751-2120 fo r details OAVIB COUNTY E N T E R P R I/i^ ii^ E C O R D Cats 16 - Claire Devereaux 8, Alexis Benge 4, Hannah Sales 2, Cnitlin M iller 2 Indians 4 - Kara Rice 2, Jada Burroughs 2 Wolfpack 18 - Sarah Myers 1, Rebecca Woodward 8, Court­ ney Prevette 7, Emily O’Conner 1 Dencons 4 - Essence Crevecoeur2, Mattie Bowles 2 5th Boys Hornets 33 - Cooper Wall 11, Cory Heiner 10, Johnson Mnrklin 2, Ross Starnes 4, Seth Ring 2, Pntrick Gordon 2, Dal­ ton Trnwitz 2 Deacons 14 - Peyton Jones 6, Josh Byrd 1, Daniel York 5 ,’ Christian Launius 2 Bulls 11 - Austin King 7, Zachary Orgnon 2, Dustin Bu- latko 2 Tar Heels 33 - Logan Shortt 4, Dakota Slate 13, Josh Harper 8, Forrest Bnrber 2, Dylan Bum­ garner 2, Ben Juarez 4 6th Boys Davie Fastbreak 29 - Cedric Wilson 12, Isaiah Gaither 6, Nathan Harrell 4, Ryan Harrell 4, A K am eron S pillm an 2, Qua'meak Lewis 1 Deacons 11 - Curtis Dillon 2, Mason Orr 2, Jonathan Davis 2, Cade Carney 5 Tardevils 36 - Caleb Wallace 12, Nic Starnes 22, Jake Steiner 2 Wolfpack 3 1 -Jacob Sink 6, Ryan Heath 12, George Roth- berg 2, Jordan Earle 4, Nicho­ las Tozier 5, Sam Motley 2 Celtics 31 - Jordan McDnniel 3, Holden Poole 6, Ben M iller 8, Alex Peoples 1, Chavin Peebles 13 Tnr Heels 12-W ill Sells 2, Cnleb Dyer 4, Tuylor Crotts 2, W ill Perkins 2, Jacob Hall 2 6th Boys Davio Fastbreak 29 - Cedric W ilson 10, Isaiah Gaitlier 7, Nathan Harrell 6, Ryan Harrell 2, Jnred Ridenhour 2, Leonard McKnight 2 Tar Heels 15 - Caleb Dyer 6, Taylor Crotts 4, W ill Perkins 5 Tardevils 29 - Caleb Wallace 17, Nic Starnes 7, Jnke Steiner 3, Blnise Bennett 2 Dencons 20 - Curtis Dillion 3, Mason Qp: 2, Cade Carney 11, Larry Doulin 4 • Wolfpack 25-Jacob Sink 7, Ryan Heath 7, George Rothberg 4, Jordan Earle 4, Nicholas Tozier 3 Celtics 3 1 - Holden Poole 11, Ben M iller 7, Alex Peoples 4, Chavin Peebles 9 2nd,Coed W ildcats-Justin Chaffin 1, Ty Bivins 2, Grayson Keaton.5 Blue Devils - Latham Cham- berlain 4, M atthew K ink 3, Carson W hisenhfint 4,. MnKenzie Dalton I Panthers - Andrew Hilton 3, Braxton Folmnr 3, Zac Gnntt 2. W ill Harper 6, Coleman Sells 9 Rattlers - Enston Johnson 1, Logan Schulte 3 Bobcats - Kaylee Shoffner 3, Sierra Foster 2, Paul Stroud 2, Travis Jones 3, W illiam Willard 1 Wolves - Madison Tellup 8, W illiam Blankenship 13, Dylan Molloy 2, Micnh Little 5, Emma Slabach 7, Naaman Smith 2, Elijah Wood 2 Girls Sensations 1 0 - K ’len Parks 10 H urricanes 16 - Jaidyn Bentley 8, Anna Devereaux 6, Mndison Jones 2 Tur Heels 12 - Hailey Chunn 4, Kelsey Brown 2, Bailey Walsh 2, Cyrena Lyons 4 Storm 4 - Lauren Long 2, Kaniesha Johnson 2 3rd Boys Timbcrwolves 10 - Darius H ill 2, Mason Wilson 2, M at­ thew Martin 2, W ill Southern 2, Rnkim Clinton 2 Mountaineers 5 - Brady Vest 2, Chase Johnstone 2, Andrew Kabealo 1 Deacons 25 - Hite MerrifieliJ 10, Michael Shelton 4, Chase Johnson 6, W ill Check 2, Landon Bandy 3 Wolfpack 2 - W illie Walker 2 4th Boys Gators 20 - Luke Pratapas 12, Jake Bnrneycnstle 2, McKay Chamberlain 4, Zach Denniston 2 DC Magic 15 - Foss Smith- denl 3, Spencer Arey 1, Tyler Roberts 9, Jack Little 2 W ar Eagles 20 - Michael MpCaffrey 4, Devin Mnrtin 6, Brandon Horlon 2, Brenden Westbrook 8 Deacons 25 - Heath Slabach 18, Jalene Brown 3, Kyle M c­ Cune 4 5/6 Girls Wolfpack 24 - Sarah Myers 8, Rebecca W oodward 6, Courtney Prevette 4, Caitlyn Peebles 6 Indians 8 - Summer Bivins 1, Allison Carter 2, Kara Rice 5 Blue Devils 12 - Abby Kerr 2, Morgan Sessoms 2, Courtney Cornatzer I, Tristan Fowler 2, Aubriana Peebles 5 Deacons 8 - Essence Crevecocur 6, Allie Carter 2 Tar Heels 24 - Asiah Peter­ son 6, M akayla Johnson 2, Dejah Joyner 16 Cats 13 - Claire Devereaux 2, Alexis Benge 8, Kirsten Free­ man 2, Caltlin M iller 1 5th Boys Hawkeyes 14-Jack Robin­ son 4, Nick Gonella 2, Gnbe Gdnelln 4, Michael Smith 1, Nick Simmons 2, Tripp Kelly I Deacons 13 - Peyton Jones 4, Josh Byrd 7, C hristian Launius 2 1 I.,; ; Bu|js,j6|’.^.Austin King 6, Zachary Orgnon 3, Dustin Bu- latko 7, Reid Marshall 2 Hornets 32 - Cooper Wall 11, Cory Heiner 9, Johnson Mnrklin 6, Seth Ring 2, Dalton Trawitz 4 6th Boys Dencons 40 - Curtis Dillion 4, Mason Orr 3, Cade Carney 28, Larry Doulin 2, Dilinn Plowman 3 Tar Heels 2 4 -W illS e lls 13, Caleb Dyer 2, Marcus Anderson 4, Taylor Crotts 3. W ill Perkins 2 Wolfpack 23 - Ryan Heath 7, George Rothberg 2, Jordan Earle 14 Davie Fastbreak 38 - Cedric W ilson 7, Isaiah G aither 3, Nathan Harrell 10, Ryan Harrell 5, Knm eron Splllm nn 2, Leonard M cK nig ht 4, Qua’menk Lewis 7 C eltics 37 - Jordan McDaniel 2, Holden iPoole 12, Ben M iller 12, Alex Peoples 4, Chavin Peebles 7 Tnrdevils 31 - Cnleb Wallace I I , N ic Starnes 16, D elton Coleman 2, Blaise Bennett 2 Old School: Sports From 1980 First Deer McKenzie Blackwelder, daughter of Chad and Kerry Blackwelder, killed her first deer on Nov. 29. She was hunting in Davie County when she shot this 8-polnter. • Sharon Young led all scor­ ers w ith 12 points as B ill Peeler’s Davie varsity girls bas­ ketball team defeated Asheboro 52-42 in the North Piedmont Conference opener. Sarah Gard­ ner added 10 points as Davie built a 31-14 halftim e lead. Davie got eight from Machelle Pulliam and six each from Patty Franck and Lisa Dulin. Lisa Eden’s 18 points weren’t enough in n 61-55 loss to Thom asville, Young had 13 w hile Dena Sechrest nnd Pulliam had eight each. • Davie’s vnrsity boys blew a 37-29 halftime lead in a 59-57 loss to Asheboro. Coach Paul Drechsler got 16 points from Shannon Pulliam , nine from Davie Taylor and eight from both Jerry West nnd Chuck Stone. W ith the score 57-57, the Comets hit two free throws with 11 seconds to go. The buzzer sounded as P u lliam ’s shot bounced off the rim. Pulliam (19), Curtis Johnsqn (17), West (10) and Stone (10) all scored in double figures as the boys defeate'd Thomasville 62-57. Chester Bowles chipped in six. • Buddy Low ery’s Davie wrestling team placed third in a toumament at Northwest Cabar­ rus. N W C had 179,5 points to Mt, Plensant’s 159.5 and Davie’s 139. Daviess only first-place performer was Oreg Dunn at 185. Finishing second were Dan Martin (105), Erik Musselman (112), Marc Caiii (119), Thad B«llock(145), Billy Lagle (195) and B ill W harton (heavy­ weight). Randy Ferguson was third at 155. M artin, Musselman, Lagle and Wharton came through with pins as Davie topped Forbush 37-32. Dunn took an 18-8 ma­ jor decision, while Brad M ar­ shall provided three points with n 13-11 victory. Dnvie got six points from a forfeit. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 18,2008 - B3 Second-Half Woes Drop North Boys To 1 -3 North Davie’s boys basket­ ball team is 1-3, but it’s ago­ nizingly closc to much better than that. The Wildcats led visiting Ledford 25-15 at the half in an eventual 38-33 loss, and they led 17-15 at halftime in a game at South Davidson before los­ ing 40-28. "We’re better than last year,” assistant coach Charlie Cren­ shaw said. “Every game, we’ve played one good half and one bad half. So if we can just put it all together...” The Wildcats w ill be consid­ erably, better when Christian Lathnm returns from injury in January. He hasn’t played sincc Ihe first gnme, which hnppened to be the only win (46-44 over Ellis). "H e’s supposed to be back after C hristm as,” he said. "W e’re definitely looking for­ ward to that. We miss his lead­ ership. He’s tough. He can feed the post, he can play D, he can shoot and he can drive. We miss him bad.” Cameron Hcaggins sparked North to n 16-6 lead over Led­ ford, and Ben Beeson helped North maintain a 25-15 lead at the half. Aaron Brown was a key in the first half. But for the second time in ns mnny gnmes. North coughed up a lO-point lead, getting out- scored 14-5 in the third nnd 9-3 in the fourth. Ledford’s defense on Logan Hendricks was a fac­ tor. He scored two after piling up 26 over the first two games. “We didn’t have any passion in the sccond half,” Crenshaw said. “We looked like we had’ just got up from the table at Thanksgiving.” After leading South David­ son by two at hnlftime. South tumed the tables. "They hnve a pair of twins that play guard, and they’re pretty tall,” he said. “And they had 15 and 12 (points).” North might be 1-3, but it’s not ready to wave a white flag. “There’s so much parity in this league,” he said. “Everybody’s beating each other. I mean South Oavie (2- 4) only lost by three to (unde­ feated) N orth Davidson. Everybody’s pretty even. We can play with nnybody.” Ledford 38, N. Davie 3 3 - Ben Beeson 10, Aaron Brown 9, Cameron Hcaggins 8, Garrett Nestor 3, Logan Hendricks 2. Travis Holden 1. S. Davidson 40, N. Davie 28 - H endricks 10, B row n 8,’ Holden 4, Beeson 2, Heaggins 2, Nestor 2. South Boys Scare Undefeated North Davidson The South Davie boys bas­ ketball team held off host Cen­ tral Davidson 28-22. As odd as it sounds, coach Brent W all found a blueprint for success that he would like to fallow in a 51 -48 loss lo North Davidson. You see, the win over Cen­ tral wns ugly. South went on a 13-0 run for a laughable 20-3 halftime lead. But Central went on a 12-2 run to chop South’s lead to 22-15. South held on and got its second straight win as Cody Martin scored nine points and Raekwon Gray six. “Evan Lankford and Raek­ won were big sparks,” W all said. “Raekwon came in in tho sccond quarter and hit two big 3s. Lankford hit a big 3 and pushed the lead to 17," Strange things happened in the third. South’s lend was sud­ denly down to seven, “We started letting them get easy shots, and we started being real careless with the ball,” he said. South held on despite miss­ ing eight of 10 free throws, “We found a way to hold on,” he said. "It was a win. That’s about all you can say about that one,” Against visiting North Davidson, the Tigers slipped to 2-4 overall and I • U n the Dnvie- Davidson Conference. But you have to admire the progress. In the season opener they were thrashed 53-19 by the same North Davidson team. South turned a comer, lead­ ing 18-14 in the first and 28-19 ut the half. Josh Cockman and Caleb Martin propelled South cariy. North closed within 39-36 in the third. If it weren’t for Caleb M artin’s nine points, the lead would have evaporated right there. South still held a lead deep into the fourth - over an unde­ feated team, no less, The magic, though, expired wilh two min­ utes to play, “We had ‘em beat,” he said. “They took Iheir first lead wilh two minutes to go. They wore us down in the fourth. They ended up beating us because of their offensive rebounding. We handled their press excellent 80 percent of the dme. We got some layups out of it and some open 3s. In the fourth they got us to turn it over a few times. They also killed us on the offensive boards. They've got two big kids, and they bolh hit the boards.” This was the equivalent of South getting a dale with a pretty giri, renting a tux and paying for dinner - but watching North get to kiss the girl on the doorstep. But it was still a remarkable turnaround from the first meet­ ing. Caleb Martin wns explo­ sive, scoring n senson-high 21 points after getting three against Central Davidson. He raised his average fron; 10,8 to 12.8. “Caleb is starting to find his groove,” he said, Cockman stepped forward with nine season-high points. Gray delivered a season-high seven off the bench. Yet another Tiger had a season high, with Russell Anthony scoring six. Devon Parks had five. “Cockman had a big coming- out party,” he said. "It was by far his best game of the season, on both ends of the court. W e’re getting a lot of good minutes, out of Anihony, being a first-year basketball player. H e’s getting there.” ; S. Davie 28, Central David­ son 22 - Cody Martin 9, Raek-.' won Gray 6, Evan Lankford 3,» Caleb M artin 3, Russell An-' thony 3, Devon Parks 2, Josh Cockman 2. N . Davidson 51, S. Davie 48 - Caleb Martin 21, Cockman 9, Gray 7, Anthony 6, Parks 5. Ellis Girls’ Unbeaten Run Ends At Central Amy Steller of the Ellis girls basketball team was at it again during a 36-27 victory over vis­ iting lyro. She scorcd in every quarter, finished wilh 18 points and bumped her average from 11.3 to 13. The Jaguars’ 4-0 run, how­ ever, was interrupted nt Central Davidson, The hosts had too many weapons and slapped El­ lis 38-14. The first game of last week was a showcase for Steller, the point guard who scored nine fewer points than ihcTyro team. “Their coach said; ‘Boy, 1 wish I had a player like No, 10,’” Ellis coach M ike Morgan said. “She’s played enough basketball that she knows what you’re talk­ ing about when you make ad­ justments. Thnt makes a vciy big difference when you’ve got a point guard lhat can do that. When you put it in her hnnds, she cnn get it down the floor every time, and not everybody has that.” Sydney Woolen’s five points led a 13-0 mn in the third. When the dust settled, Ellis had a 31- 15 lead. ‘Those five points were pretty big in that mn," Morgan .said. Though the nexl gnme was a battle between unbentens, the Jngunrs never thrcnlened, trail; ing 1 l-O In the first and 24-4 at the break. But there was little shame in falling to Central. “Their coach told me they have fpur girls who play year- round basketball together, nnd t'.iat makes a big difference,” he said. “W e'd have to play very well to bent them or have n good game with them. Sometimes it's good 10 mn into a team like lhat this early. I've seen a lot of middle-school girls games over the years and a lot of JV girls games, and they shot Ihe ball about as well us any team I’ve seen.” Steller led with eight points, but that was a season low. Eliza­ beth Smith was next with three. It didn’t help lhal Allie Slabach had to sit oul. “I wus missing a starter and it hurt us some,” he said. “She’s one that understands how to play. She’s going to be a good player. She’s a real hard worker and snuut, iuid she’s going to get a lot belter.” ^ Notes; E llis averaged 33 points over three games before getting held lo 14 al Central, E llis 36, Tyro 27 - Am y Steller 18, Sydney Wooten 5, Caroline M iller 4, Elizabeth Smith 4, Allie Slabach 2, Bailey Folmar 2, Ivey Camey 1, Central Davidson 38, Ellis 14 - Steller 8, Smith 3, Salem Camey 2, Folmar 1, Ellis Boys Storm From Behind, Stun Central When the Ellis boys basket­ ball team hosted lyrp , ¡( folded in the fourth quarter and lost 30- 22, In the fourth quarter at Cen­ tral Davidson, Ellis produced the opposite extreme. W ith Central lending 21-15, the Jaguars were facing another nasty loss lhat would have mul­ tiplied the damage and sent them close to rock bottom. Instead of limping home, they answered the challenge and won going away 32-27, “It was a great game, espe­ cially in the fourth quarter when we started playing our game,” coach Joe Bninelli said. Against туго, Ellis wus pun­ ished 11-5 in the fourth after trailing just 19-17 in the third. Jeremy Walker and Karch Arey led with seven points each. At Central David.son, Ellis (2-3) was staring at a third straight loss and 1-4 record Tiger G irls when it wus outscored 9-3 in the third for the 2 1-15 deficit.“ln the first three quarters we tumed the ball over 19 times," he said. The Jaguars caught lightning in a bottle and exploded on Cen­ tral 17-6 in the fourth. They scorcd more in the final six min­ utes lhan they did in Ihe first 18 minutes. Ellis had one turnover in the fourth. “The puzzle came together in the fourth,” he said. “We did not rush any passes. If we can put four quarters together like lhal, wc will be an extremely com­ petitive leam.” After failing to score io the first three quarters, Kenyon Tatum scored eight in the fourth. Peyton Sell drained a pair of cold-blooded 3s. Walker fought inside'for a pivotal bucket. Nick Boswell delivered a big free throw. "W alker worked extremely hard underneath and scored,” he said. “Boswell got punished go­ ing in for a layup and hit a big ■foul shot. The big man (Talum) came to life. Between Walker and Tatum, they dominated the boards.” Arey, Sell, W alker, Tntum nnd Boswell tumed in tremen­ dous defensive efforts. Nick Ir­ win was inspiring off the bench. There were a number of sparks. “Defensively we played our tails off,” he said. “We had a big spark from Irwin. Also coming off the bench and contributing greatly were Tanner Junker, Tristan Comer, Slone Stroud and Josh Rominger.” Sell and Talum finished with eight points each. Walker had seven and Boswell four. Tyro 30, Ellis 22 - Jeremy Walker 7, Karch Arey 7, Peyton Sell 4, Kenyon Tatum 4. Ellis 32, C. Davidson 27 - Sell 8, Tatum 8, Walker 7, Nick Boswell 4, Arey 3, Nick Irwin 2. N a il S e a ls B re a th ta k in g W in F o r S o u th W re s tlin g Lose Tw ice The Soulh Davie giris’ two- game winning streak came lo a screeching halt last week as the Tigers were drilled 31-10 at Central Davidson and 38-21 nt home to North Davidson. Central Davidson limited high-scoring Tin Clement to two points. Emeral Gadson led South with four. South fell to 2r 4 against N orth Davidson, which surrendered 12 points to Clement. The rest of the team, however, only managed nine. C entral Davidson 31, S. Davie 10 - Emeral Gadson 4, Sarah Sponaugie 3, Tia Clem­ ent 2, Monika Daye I. N. Davidson 38, S. Davic 21 - Clement 12, Sponaugie 5, The South Duvle wrestling team’s high hopes were ampli­ fied by a w ild 46-42 win at Southwest Randolph. Coach Perry Long had won 43 of 55 matches in five years, but there was a classic clement lo the way the Tigers gave him win No. 44. They overcame an opponent that earlier in the day stomped the life out of North Davie’s monster unbeaten streak. North was on an 87-0-1 mn before a 57-28 defeat, not losing since ‘02. So this wasn’t just another w in for South. It was a hu- mongous win. “They’ve got conference championships on the wall,” Long said. “They’ve got banners on the wall - back-to-back con­ ference championships. M y guys saw that and then they saw them beating North. 1 heard them talking; 'M an, lhat team’s good.’ I said: ‘Lei’s get them ouiia here.’ Wc went lo the locker room al weight class 130. I knew I had to get them out of the gym. They got in the locker room and got ready to wrestle." The Tigers (4-1) didn’t let the 29-point margin over Norlh ■ Davie intimidate them. They squeezed out eight of 15 weight classes nnd split 14 pins to move their winning streak to four. Colton O rrell (83 weight class) and ly ie r Russ (93) staked South to a 10-0 lend, but it wus a roller coaster from there. S W R went on u tear for un 18 -10 lead. Soulh pulled throi'p.h by tak­ ing six of nine mutches from 125 to 189. Nathan Howard's pin closed the gap lo 18-16, and Lance LaRoque's first-period pin cul Ihe deficit to 24-2^ Rus­ sell Anihony pul South in front, 28-24, w ith a pin. Stephon Sm oot’s first-period pin put South in tlie lead 34-30. Another SW R lead evaporated on un Alex Jacobs pin. That set the stage for Heath Nnil, who provided nn insur­ mountable 46-36 lend with u pin. U was a breathtaking moment for N ail and the Tigers. His record was 2-2 going into the showdown al 189. “I didn’t know what Nail was going to do,” Long said. “I told him he had to win. He went to the guy and .got the first take­ down, After their guy got an es­ cape, Heath took him back down and pinned him.” Long wns equally impressed by Russ’ pin ut 93, Before thnt, his seuson - nnd cnreer - record was just 1-1, “Russ wrestled big for me,” he said, “1 never thought he wus going lo pin thnt guy, I just wanted him lo win. He came to wrestle. He turned the switch on and just went after lhat kid. And lhat kid was pretty tough, too.” Notes: Anthony and Smoot have 5-0 records. Orrell is 4-0 and H ow ard 3-0. ... Bobby, Fowler was 4-0 before a pin loss ' at 119. “They were no joke,” ' Long said of SWR. ... Jacobs, improved lo 4-1, Get outstanding low prices on quality products. Holiday Handgun Promotion Í »liTsm ith & Wesson ^ M & P a n d S i g m i i ^ P i s i o l s Gadsoit 4.Vi UT EITÌR.HC GUNSHOP 11895 COOL SPRINGS RD WOODLEAF. NC 3,4 Miles From Hwy 801 between Statesville & Salisbury 704-278-9159 Tuesday-Friday 10am-6pm Saturday 10am-3pm www.FalloutShelter.blz »«.шмчИапиа« »re. Or« * M MCttitMvl rt«* Md« drfl uti ANDBUILOIMQ SUPPLIES162 SHEEK STREET 751-2167 MOCKSVILU't COMPUTK BUlUNIIIt’ » W H Y Op«n Dally Weekdays 7:30 - 5:00 • Sat. 7:30 -12 noon -> . .J. -li ..4 •■.,». -V *-i ■ B4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 18,2008 Landon Harris drives the baseline for Davie's yarslty boys basketball team. Boys Continued From Page B l The night before North spotted West Rowan a 19-0 lend. North clawed back to tnkc the lead, but wound iip losing by nine. But II gained conndence. “We talked about how wc needed a win for bur confi­ dence,” Everhart said. “Wc battled back and mnde West Rowan work for the win. Our guys realized we can play with anybody, nnd the guy.s were ex­ cited lo get back on the court tonight.” Notes: The first time around, Dnvic bent Ashcboro 61-56 and North Rowan 51-50 on Hnrris’ tumnround from the low block. ... Davie’s 43 points nt N. Rowan were a season low. ... Davie plays at home ngainst West Rownn (Dec. 17) nnd L,edford (Dec. 18). It plays al Salisbury on Dec. 22. Ashcboro 72, D avlc 63 - Drew Absher 26, Jiuniil Mny- Drew Absher switches to the right (off) hand for a floater. field 10, James M ayfield 10, Landon Harris 8, Shannon D il­ lard 6, Alex Marion 2, Joey Tay­ lor 1. N . Rowan 60, Davle 43 - Absher 15, Jamnl Mayfield 9, Harris 7, Dillard 4, James M ay­ field 3, Marion 2, P.J. Neely 2, Xuvier Dulin 1. North Closes on point guard Alex Marion.Drew Absher goes hard to the hole.Alex ti/larlon shoots over the outstretched defense. We^ve got you covered... From the cornfields to the courthouse, the Enterprise Record covers - Davie County. Subscribe today for delivery each week to your mailbox. Call 751-2120 D A V tQ C O U N T V ENTERPRI/E^ECORP Shannon Dillard elevates, -fhotos by Jim Barringer Slabach... Conflnucd From Page B l offensive rebounds the whole game. We boxed out and was able to run the break. Most of Simmons’ 11 points came off offensive rebounds. Wilson and Simmons had the mujority of Ihe rebounds.” Slabach dominated again in . a 68-54 win over visiting North Rownn that raised Dnvie’s non- conference record to 4-1, He finished with 16 points, giving him three straight double-figure efforts. Alex Newman came up with a season-high 13. Slnbach and Newm an were the main ' cogs during a 27-14 onslaught in the second quarter. “Our rebounding was the biggest strength in the whole game,” he said. "Our passing is getting better. Our defense nnd rebounding are definitely get­ ting better,” It wns another nighl of fan­ tastic balance. Twelve players scored, including eight from Simmons, six from Martin, five from W haley, nnd four ench from T, Jones, Ronnie Moore nnd Teddy Allen, “It wns nnother good team win," he said. Notes: Wallon is convinced A , N ew m an’s best play is around the corner. “I haven’t seen Alex’s breakout game yet,” he said, Slabach is the only player with three consecutive double-figure games. Davie 71, E . Randolph 35 - Lake Slnbnch 13, Nnthan Jones 11, Alex Newman 11, Darius W ilson 8, Patrick W haley 5, Taylor Jones 4, Sean Newmnn 4, Jawnugn Arnold 3, Ronnie Moore 3, Wallace Duhart 3, Teddy Allen 2, David Stanley 2, Braxton Grant 2, D avie 74, Ashcboro 54 - Slabach 25, Blake Simmons 11, T. Jones 7, Duhart 7, Whaley 6, Wilson 6, Raheem Martin 4, A, Slabach. Newm an 3, Justin M inor 2, Arnold 2, Grant 1. Davlc 68, N. Rowan 54 - Slabach 16, A . Newm an 13, Simmons 8, M arlin 6, Whnley 5, T. Jones 4, Moore 4, Allen 4, Duhart 2, Stanley 2, Wilson 2, Arnold 2. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 18,2008 - B5 Lowery... Continued From Page B l an important part of it. They like those challenges., I think they like kicking people’s butts. They think that’s fun.” Lexington (S.C.) didn’t think it right that Davie had n break before the teams were going lo meet for Ihe tournament title. Davie solved Ihnl issue, lelling Ihe North Davidson conch to scratch the rest time and bring Lexington on right now, Davie silenced Lexington 54-24. ‘They switched the schedule because Lexington wanted to bellyache bccause we were go­ ing to gel too much rest time,” Lowery said. “So I told the North David­ son coach that w e’ll wrestle Ihem right now, and wc did,” fi­ ery assistant coach Howard Riddle said. The North Forsyth match was a predictable 69-9 romp. Cusack, O 'Connor, Vernon, Garrelson, Costner and Waters pounded out pins, while Carter look a three-point decision. North gave forfeits to Oakley, Vemon, Oarrctson, Costner and Waters. Sales’ first loss in 14 matches, 9-8, was controversial. “It shoiild have been 9-9," Lowery said. “They missed a point at some pluce. 1 think Ihey missed it al Ihe very beginning of the Ihird period when Sales got an escape. II should have gone inlo overtime,” Notes • Lowery’s sterling numbers G E N E ’S A U T O P A R T S We MakB Hydraulic Hoses & Mix Auto Paint 7 6 6 - 9 1 4 8 3612 Clenifflom Road Clemmons Swimmers Off To Strong Start L o w ery are several miles long. He has slate championships from 1994, 1995 nnd 2006, His CPC rccord over 24 ¡?ears is 123-4-1; ' • Davie w ill host West For­ syth in a Dcc, 17 showdown at 7 p,m, at South Dnvic Middle, West has been Dnvie’s biggest challenger in recent yenrs. “In terms of potenlial, this team is as good us any I ’ve had,” West coach M ike Bryant told the Clemmons Courier. "Our talent level is outstanding, and the commitment to exccllcncc is definitely there.” Davie com­ petes in the W R A L at Athens Drive on Dcc. 19-20, It goes to Newton-Conovcr on Dcc, 23. The D avie H igh School swimmers are off to a strong start. The mnie und femnle lenms won victories in their first meet ngainst Forbush, with Davie taking first in many events. The men's leam won the 200 medley relay with Joel Stilling, Tim m y Stilling, Jacob Little, and Nathan Milleson. Other first place finishes for the men's team included Jacob Little in the 200 Individual m edley und the 100 breast­ stroke, Nathan Milleson placed first in the 50 freestyle while Tim m y Stilling placed first in the 100 freestyle. The men's 400 freestyle rci lay finished with a first placc finish by Joel and Tim m y Still­ ing and Jacob Little and Nathan Milleson, The score of Ihe men's meet was Forbush 63 and D avie High 89.' M any Duvie females also placed first, beating Forbush 133-32. First placc finishes were turned in by Taylor Moore in the 200 freestyle, E rika Coffey in the 200 individual medley, and Rachel M ackin- to.sh in Ihe 50 freestyle. Additional first pluce fin­ ishes were by Hannah Keeney from locksville Automotive . 884 S. Main St • Mocksville * 751-2944 H a p p y H o l i d a y s From Our Home To Yours J V E A R S H A T X . 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The 200 medley relay was won by Hannah Keeney, Rebecca Hendrix, Rachel Mackintosh, and Autumn Jones. The 200 free relay was won by Marci Garrett, Taylor Moore, Autumn Jones and Rachel Mackintosh, The 400 free relay was won by Taylor M oore, Erika Coffey, Palm er Benson and Rachel Mackintosh. The sccond meet the swim­ mers faccd was against confer­ ence rivals Weii{ Forsyth, The women's team defealedWcst Forsyth 90-80, The boys suf­ fered a defeat, Firsl placc finishes went lo Taylor Moore in tho 200 und the 500 freestyle. A utum n Jones won the 200 individual medley, Erika Coffey finished first in the 100 butlerfiy, Rachel Mackintosh also won her race w ilh a victory in the .100 freestyle. The 200 freestyle and the 400 freestyle relay posted victories wilh Coffey, Benson, Moore and Jones swimming the 200 and Mackintosh, Jones, Keeney, and Bethany Little swimming the 400 freestyle re­ lay. The Reagan, D uvie, and Andrews High Point meet fol­ lowed the split meet against West Forsyth. A lthough the men's and women's teams lost, Rachel M ackintosh won the 50 freestyle- achieving her re­ gional cut. M ackintosh also won the 100 freestyle. Summer Holland posted a victory in Ihe 100 butterfly. The most recent meet wus against confcrcnce pow er­ house, RJ Reynolds, The Reynolds team entered the pool and showed how strong they are this year. A l­ though many swimmers swam their best swim o f the season, both teams were defealed. Autumn Jones posted a vic­ tory in the 200 individual med­ ley. This past weekend was the Winston Salem Invitational for ninth and lOlh graders. Davie took seven swimmers and three placed in the medal categories, Hannah Keeney look sccond place in Ihe 100 individual medley and third in the 100 backstroke. Jacob Little placcd third in Ihe 100 breaststroke and individual medley, Nathan Milleson placcd Ihird in the 100 freestyle. A ll swimmers in this meet achieved their best times o f the season. Other swimmers who expe­ rienced their best swims of the season included Cole Crisco, Thom as O 'B rien, W esley Vanhoy, iind N epthali Longares, ‘The Davie High swim team continues to grow'and become stronger,” said Coach Dana Keeney, “There are several powerhouse sw im m ers to watch ns the season continues,” Joel and Tim m y Stilling, Nathnn M illeson, and Jacob Little arc leading the men's team and Iho women's team has several to watch. Freshmen E rika C offey and Palm er Benson Will certainly add to the team this year, the couch said. Returning swimmers who have exhibited a great deal o f strength Include H annah Keeney, Autumn Jones, Taylor Moore, and Rachel M ackin­ tosh. As Ihc season continues m any sw im m ers should achieve times allowing them to com pctc in the rcgionais, Kccncy said. E N D O F T H E Y E A R S A L E / / B E S T P R I C E S , H U G E S A V IN G S ONLY 5 WEEKS LEFT! 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Continued From Pngc 01 to be whnt tlic doctor ordered, ‘Tuliuh wns hurt lU the begin­ ning of the year, and wc were waiting to sec how her l<ncc was going to conic around," she said. “She is doing things wc felt lilcc she was capable of doing. She was u plus for us. She might be u little shy off the court, but Mechel Gadson helped spark a huge third quarter. when it comes time to play she hops in there and goes, full speed. She doesn't know any other way. She’s just a natural out there. She was mixing it up and didn’t really think twice about it.” Notes: Davie’s jaeked-up ag­ gressiveness in the sccond half at North wns reflected in the foul-shooting department. Davie went 0 for 2 in the first half, 8 for 14 in the second. ... Davie (3-4) snapped a two-game skid, while North Rowan fell to 1-5. The 47 points were the most in three gam es.... Davie plays at home ngninst West liowan (Dcc. 17) and Ledford (Dec. 18). It plnys at Salisbury on Dcc. 22. Asheboro 43, D avie 34 - Kellie Brown 12, Elyssa Tucker 7, Sarah Evans 5, Mechel Gad­ son 4, Toncshn Turner 2, Malcln Stevenson 2, Janna Dixon 2. Davle 47, N . Rowan 36 - Ondson 12, Tucker 11, Taliah Holland 8, Asia Steed 6, Turner 4, Knycee Dixon 4, Alex Keiser 2. Alexander’s Bar-B-tt C h r i s t m M B S B B Q S p e d a i ' PirkOrrv*.4tnilN• LeftonDuilMiiTO• 8Uta«vUI«Houtlns.JmiKsonu« FactoryBulll‘FactorySold'W$AREth«8ulldefLancliFlnanclngAvallM 704.924.9393 mvw.StatesvilleHoiisiiig.coin Toll Free 1.877.283.4344 Whole BBQ Shoulders 9 to 10 lbs. average *29®“ Each Includes Dip and Slaw 114 North Main Street, Mocksville Mon. - Fri. 4:00 AM - 2:00 PM 751-3500 Chopped BBQ * 5 * 5 / l b . Includes Dip and Slaw Everything G oing R ight For JV G irls B asketball Last year Davie’s JV girls basketball team bolted out lo records of 7-0 nnd 13-2, but Gnmer hasn’t forgotten the feel­ ing of losing four of the finnl seven and settling for a 16-6 record. And ho knows wins will not come as easily in the Cen­ tral Piedmont Conference. While Ihe CPC road awaits in January, the nonconference season has been everything Gar­ ner could have hoped for. In a pair of home games Inst week, the Wnr Engles drubbed Ashe­ boro 69-36 and North Rowan 64-31. “ If wc cnn keep that up agninst the good teams, wc should do well,” Gnmer said af­ ter Dnvie mn its record to 5-0. The first quarter against Asheboro wns an indication of what was to com e. Ashton Swicegood, Tnlinh Hollnnd, Rebekah McCann and Carmen Grubb led n 23-7 assault. Davie cracked double figures in the next three quarters as well. “When you score in double figures all four quarters, it’s defmitely the best game we’ve had,” Garner said. “It's dcfi- nilcly the best start we’ve had in a game. Everybody on the team scorcd, which is wonder­ ful.” A ll 14 scored, with Grubb nnd Myshia Turner dropping in nine each and Hollnnd and Cara Hendricks eight apiece. Swice- good and Laura Shelton, added seven each. “Myshia gives us an inside presence,” he said. “It was good lo see her do well.” Holland got her eight points in just over a half of action. “She got hurt early in the Ihird quarter, and I left her out the rest of Ihc game,” he said, “I didn’t take any chances (with her knee).” Even without Holland, who was moved up lo varsity, Davie fired on all cylinders against North Rowan. Holland was tied with Swicegood with n team- best 8.3 scoring nvernge, but Davie compensated by - once again - spreading the wealth. Eleven players put up points. Shelton showed why she's a valuable asset as a freshman, scoring n senson-high 13. Orubb (12) und Liz Hnrtmnn (eight) also turned in season-high scor­ ing, Hendricks hnd nine and Turner eight as Dnvie estnb- lished a 31-17 halftime lend. , “Cnrmen hnd a good game, and Hartman had eight coming off the bench,” he said. “Laura stepped it up. She did quite well drawing fouls and handling the ball. She's got more confidence now. Some o f the freshmen were a little hesitant, und now Laura's not hesitant. In fact all the freshmen (including Kntern Cockerham, Asia Hilliard, Sadie Lagle, McCann, Haley M iller, Maggie Simmons and Tabitha Young) have done well,” Davie tormented North in the fourth, outscoring the Cavuliers 25-6, It hns won by nt lenst 27 in the last four gnmes. “I wasn't trying to run up the score in the fourth,” he said, “I was playing my subs.” D avie 69, Asheboro 36 - C arm en Grubb 9, M yshia Turner 9, Toliah Holland 8, Cura Hendricks 8, Ashton Swicegood 7, Laura Shelton 7, Rebekah McCann 6, Liz Hartman 4, Ha­ ley M iller 3, Tabitha Young 2, Katera Cockerham 2, Asia H il­ liard 2, Sndie Lngle 1, Muggie Simmons I. Davle 64, N . Rowan 31 - Slieltdh 13, Grubb 12, Hen­ dricks 9, Hartniun 8, Turner 8, Swicegood 4, Cockerham 3, McCann 2, M iller 2, Young 2, Simmons I. V E A G L E R E N T A L S , In c . O v e r 2 , 0 0 0 I t e m s ! ! ! 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NCAEC will follow the procedure i№hedul« set lorth botow (each i»mponent of which Is mon> fully addressed In tho ensuing portion ot this nolico): Inllial Commenls: to be submltl«d on or belore June 20,2009.Reply Comment«: to be eubmilled on or before July 17,20W. ^ . RequestloP«rtlclpatelnPubiloHeerlngilobeeubmltledonorbeforeJuly17,a009.Public Hearing: io ba held ott July 31,200«, commenctng at 0:00 a.m. et the North Relelgh Htltoni 9416 Wake Forest Road, Raleigh, North Caroflne 27e09-7M0, s Qetermlnetlon: to be rendered on or belore October 30,2009. One week after its phenom­ enal 88-match unbeatonistrcak wus broken, m aybe'N orth Davie’s wrestling team is ready to Sturt another siiper-iong slreiik, North took u sledgeham­ mer to visiting Thomasville and host Knox, winning 84-12 and 81-12, re.speetivcly. There’s certainly plenty to play for the rest of the season, .•^he Wildcats, who had an' 87- '6.-1 run stopped at Southwe,st Rindolph, haven’t dropped two in c h e s in a season slhq'e go-, ing 10-2 in 1996-97, when Lex­ ington snapped coach Ron Kirk’s 41-0 run, North racked up nine pins against Thom asville, getting them from Chris Hicks, Bran­ don Joplin, Austin York, Hunter A ref, Toby Low e, Jordan Foucheux, Brandon Horne, Corey Oordy and Cole Blanken­ ship, The visitors gave forfeits to C lay Thom pson, M att Vernon, George Bphena, Logan , Hendricks and Alex Gobble. ■■ Hicks’ pin came in his start­ ing debut. ■ Nortli jjoundci oiit 11 pins at Kno;Cji®pnipson. Chris Hen- nessejiifLognn Cartner, York, Aref, Hendricks, Gobble, Lowe, Foucheux, Horne and Blankenship did the honors. Vernon gol a 13-2 major deci-. sion, while Sam Nesbit turned in a 22-5 technical fall. Gordy received a forfeit. \ Aref, a,backup in the first four matches, came out of no­ where with two. pins, ■, The Qth^'r double pinners were Yprki Lowe, Foucheux, Horne and Blankenship, Th ­ ompson, Vernon, Hendricks, Gobble and Gordy went 2-0 as well. North, shooting for a 12th straight scuson with one loss or less, has five outstanding indi­ vidual records, The ringleaders are Lowe and Hofne, who are 6-0 with six pins apiece, Vemon and Blankenship are both. 6-0. Hendrick^ is 5-1; ■ ' N otes! .In prelirhinaries, Hicks, Bohena arid Jagpn Mace pinned three of three from Knox. ««M«««ted petson may obtain at cost a oopy ol ttio roievont portions ol EISÁal the olflces ol NCAEC.MttalComnmts. These comments,(if possible) shouW be typed (doubla spaced) and poginated, wilh appropriate headings so the reader wiii clearly know which ol tho four alondards Is being addressed. 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The ptoceduiee to be foilowed al the hearing will depor>d In part on the number ot participent» (persons espousing tho somp posltion(s) aro urged lo consolídalo ihoir pre^ntatlons). end win bo dotetmlned wilh the goal ol ensuring a hill ond fair record or^ the issues, it Is oxpoctod that a ono-day hoating at one localton will bo adequate, but if that Is not the case, the hearing will continuo on ensuing d«ya, and possibty at oHornattve k>catlon9. until completed. The purpose ol the tieaitng is tocoUet^ ovWefH« In ad<Stlon to that found In ihe written comments: a pefeon need nol particípele In thé hearing for hli/iiar written comment« Brandon Oakley tries to. get loose. Ю be «msluoreil. A Iranjctlpl ol Ihe proceodlng will I» poilwl onlltw and moüe wallsixo lo imy InureiM рим п al co»l. Dolemlmlhxt. Tlra Doietmlfuillon ю bo made by oaoh EMC fegardlno wtieltiM or not ll I» opptopitelo lo «ttopi und Impli Undings tupponed I)/ «vidonc« In Uio record. Mil bo poaiod on gacli EMC'a wobille and will bo mado nvatoblo loi ony Me Wa urge poiioni Inlemlad m Ihli mailer lo ci л1ас1 u i wilh any quaellons concatning any ol tha llama diacuaud <bovo. Hiy ol ihJi Imir alandam will b« In willing, will big baaod on lodpononatcoet. ■ \\ iiK you In advance loiyoUrWaioal,Austin York controls things. Ршвк DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Tliursday, Dcc. 18,2008 - Cl What is this thing? A motorcycle, lawnmower, train? Maybe all of the above, but whatever it is, it brought lots of smiles to folks lining the route of the Advance Christmas Parade on Saturday. - Photos by Robin Snow Calissa DeAngelis, 4, and Jake Allison, 9, of Advance, came prepared to stock up on Christmas candy. ______________County Commission Chair Chris Anderson and County Man- Jenny Wiiiiams passes out ager Beth Dirks didn’t let their ride dampen their spirits at the goodies for Dr. Thomas parade. And yes, their “limousine” is being towed by a wrecker along NC 801.Browder. You better watch out. Officer Danny Chandler helps keep everyone safe before, during and after the parade. ^ These members of Hillsdale Methodists Moms in Ministry ride a float The Bixby Honey Farm entry is decked out for the season. Members of the Davie County Board of Education were a no show for their special ride T^T^wade always draws a large crowd for the event that supports the community effort called “What Christmas Is All About." ^ C2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 18,2008 W h it a k e r - L iv e n g o o d C o u p le M a r r ie d Paula Denise W hitaker of M ocksvillc and A lien Dean Livengood of Advance were married at 3 p.m. Nov. 8 in Edgewood Baptist Church, Mocksville. The bride is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harrison W hitaker of Mocksville. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison W hitaker of Cleveland and the late Agnes Geraldine Willard. The groom is the son of Mr, and M rs. G arry Dean Livengood of Advance. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Earnest W eldon A llen of Mocksville and the lute Mr. and M rs, George W ebster Livengood. Tho couple graduated from Davio High School. The bride is employed by The Brian Cen­ ter of Statesville. The groom is employed by Ingersoll-Rand of Mocksville. The bride was escorted by her father. The maid of honor was Ihe bride’s sister, Dawn Shores. The bridesmaids were Ihc groom’s two sisters, Jamie Livengood and Amber Hunes, and a friend o f the couple, Meghan Heling. Junior brides­ maids were the groom’s two niecos, Taylor and Aiyssa Mr. and Mrs. Alien Dean Livengood Godbey. The flower girl wus Avery H eling, daughter of Meghan and Andy Heling. The best mun was tho groom’s father. The groomsmen were the bride's cousin, Blake Jones, und tlio couple’s friends, Andy Holing and Jacob Hagati. Junior groomsmen were the groom’s nephews. Dale and Tristan Hanes. The ring bearer was G rade Heling, sister of Happy Spalidays^ Package! ^ pearfefocial i r i . b f i p l a t n i ! ini Make-ovi ¥ Ш Е LE.D . Anti Aging Tt Visit wwií tucked behind Wa S p e c i a l s o f t h e W e e k 2l»er C h e e rw in e Products L im it 6 W h ile Supplies Last P H O T O S P E C I A L S e c o n d S e t o f A d v a n t ix P r in ts F R E E One W eek Q nlyMailmark Christ.na^C Ornaiucilis S Blums ^ l''(>r ц гса) In ro rm iilio ii <>II25% O F F ^ ( l i tiKS & h e a llh p io h lfin s , к« lo \v\v\v.r()s(i‘i(ln ií> c ().c (iin Regular Hours: M-F 8:30-8 • Sat 8:30-4 • Sun 1:30-5 F o s t e r D r u g C o . 495 Valley Road • Mocksville • (336) 751-2141 www.fosterdrugco.com Avery Heling. The lighting of candles was done by the groom's cousins, Eric Smith and Charles Wood. The guest registry and program attendant were the bride’s friend. Crystal Doby, and the groom 's cousin, Katelyn Grubbs, The musician and so­ loist was a friend of the family, Michael Hiskey. The directors were the groom’s aunt, Dcana Grubbs and a friend of the fam­ ily, Pam Collins. The pianist was u friend o f the fam ily, Natnlia Hagan. The officiating ministers were friends and pastors of the fam ilies, the Revs. D avid Gilbreath and Danny Shore. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Tanglewood Park Ballroom . Dinner was served and there was lots of music and dancing. The rehearsal dinner, hosted by the groom's parents, was held nt Edgewood Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Barbe­ cue and fixings were served. The coupic had three show­ ers hosted by parents, friends; family and church members. The coupic spent a week in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. for their honeym oon,, and reside in Mocksville. Lanier-Jones Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs, Larry Lanier of Advance announce the engage­ ment of their son, Steven Chad of Charlotte to Stacey Lynn Jones, also of Charlotte. She is the dnughtcr of Mr, und Mrs, Ellis Jones of Germunton, Tenn, The groom-to-be is u graduate of Davie High School and earned a bachelor's of business administration degree and a master’s of accounting degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel H ill, He 1.S employed by Ihe Siegfried Group of Chariolle as a lux manager. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Houston High School and earned a bachelor's degree in business administration and a master's of accounting degree from Ihe University of Tennessee al Knoxville, She is employed by Ingcrsoll Rand in Davidson as a senior accountant, A Juno 6,2009 wedding is planned in Gormanton. The couple will live in Charlotte. Slirri and Bert Graves on their honeymoon in Florida in 1938.« D a v ie C o u p ie C e le b r a t e s 7 0 Y e a r s O f iV ia r r ia g e Berlha M , “Berl" Jones and Kerr Bailey “Slim” Graves are celebrating 70 years of mar­ riage. They were married on Dec.' 22,1938 in a home on Church Street in Mocksville by M inis­ ter Tumor, Thoir witnesses and only attendees were his Aunt M ary Ellen and Uncle M .C , Deadmon. Her parents were Ihe late Ida and Hamp Jones; his parents were the late Eva and Otha Graves, The coupic met through Bert's part-tim e job al Rinlz 5& 1 0 store in M ocksville. K etc h ie C r eek Tastefully Wonderful... Thanks for A Great 2008 Have A Wonderful Holidayl O PEN Christmas Eve 7am-3pm C LO S ED December 25-27 & New Years Day 844 Valley Road . .Mocksvllle, NC 751-9147 Hours: M-Th 7-B Fri 7-8 «Sat 7-5. Slim's cousin, the late M ary Frunces Bcrrier, also worked at tho 5& 10 and introduced the coupic to each other. The groom made a whop­ ping $16 per week, enough to afford a honeym oon in Hamsleud, Fla, They traveled to Florida in Ihc 1940, 60-horsc- powcr Ford lhal Slim bought for $800 before Ihey were married. Accompanying Ihe coupic on their honeymoon were the groom’s Aunt Sue and Uncle Bob Foster, and their son, Bobby Mac. W hile in Florida, the newlyweds stayed in a little house that belonged to the neighbor of Uncle Bob Foster's brother. The groom kept busy during Iheir w eek’s slay iti Florida, helping pick cucum­ bers. After Iheir honeymoon week in Hamslcad, the groom brought his bride back lo Deadm on Road, Davie County, to begin their life and family, they havo lived on Deadmon Road their 70 years together - raising their children; Dwayne Graves, Belly Gruves Cassidy and D ale Graves W all. They have six grandchildren, 13 great-grand­ children and seven extended family members. WE BUY GOLD!GOLD GALLERY TRUSTED JEWELERS SINCE 1960 MOCKSVILLE • 751-3747 CLEMMONS • 766-1800 GET CASH FOR CHRISTMAS! M illions of toya are on the shelf and hundreds of new ones come oiit every year. Toys are supposed to be fun and good for a c h ild ’s developm ent. Every year, hundreds of children ate treated in emergency departments for toy-related injuries, w ith choking being a risk for children 3 and under. These children tend to put objects in Iheir mouths. M anufacturers have to follow certain guidelines (look for the letters “A STM ” which H i, m y nam e is M a y a Nicole Barcenos. I turned two years old Nov. 24.1 had a Dóra p a rty a t m y pappaw and m am m aw Akers. I received lots of nice gifts. M y daddy and m other are Alflredo and C ry s ta l B arcenas o f Yadkinviile. M aternal grand­ parents are DonaM and Rose Akers of Mocksville. Paternal grandparents arc A lfK do and M arla Barcenas of Mexico. shows lhat Ihc product meets the national safety standards set by the Am erican Society for Testing and Materials), Toysaro labeled for specific ago groups. Buy toys that arc recommended for the child's age. You may think your child can handle toys meant for older children, but the age level for toys is determined by safety factors, not maturity or intelligence. Here arc some safety tips for buying safe toys from the Davie County Health Department; • buy toys recommended for the child's age; • toys made of fabric should Carouse! Auditions Starting Jan. 5 Davie County Arts Council w ill hold auditions for the spring production o f Roger's and Hatnerstein’s Broadway musical "Carousel" on Monday, Jan. 5 and Tuesday, Jan, 6 ,6;30- 9 p.m. There arc parts for all ages. Those auditioning are asked to come prepared to sing a song, bringing Ihcir music w ith Ihem , and to wear comfortable shoes. Call backs w ill be Thursday, Jan. 8. For more information, call 751-3112. Sudoku 1 2 3 4 5 6 5 7 8 4 1 2 7 1 3 4 3 5 9 1 2 1 5 9 3 7 6 8 Solution On Page C5 ACROSS 1. Sat for a shot 6. Rash of brilliance 10. Sign of Arias 13. Higher than 14. Inthe neighborhood 15. Mah-Jongg piece 16. Candy In a roll 18. 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Lacking a partner convenience) 39, Marsh plant 44, Of summer 46, Have a lab 47. out (In a fog) 49, Rx, for short DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc, 18,2008 - C3 B u y A g e A p p r o p r ia t e T o y s be labeled as flame resislunt or flame returdant; • check toys regularly for damage and safety hazards (sharp edges, loose objects), make necessary repairs or throw away; • stuffed toys should be washable; • all cloth toys should be made with washable / hygienic materials; • painted toys should be covered with lead-free paint (should be on the label); • Crayons and art materials should say nontoxic. Toys are often recalled frequently for safely reasons. Check the U .S. Consum er Product Safety Commission site, www.cpsc.gov for information on toy recalls and updated infonnation. Always watch your children while they play and tcach your children to put toys safely away after playing. Safe storage prevents falls and other injuries. Be careful about used toys from friends, family and yard sales. These toys.may be worn and can break easily and may nol meet safety standards. Be careful about how loud a toy is. Toys wilh loud sounds (especially close lo ears) can contribute to hearing damage. Farmington High Class of 1955 members at the reunion, from left: front - Mary Faye Hobson, Glenda Sapp, LuRay Nix, Bobby Phillips, teacher Dr. Lacy Venable; bacl< - John Wishon, Kerman Ratledge, Thurman Ratledge, Norman Blal<e, Jimmy Carter and IVIary Lillian Renegar. Farmington Class Of ‘55 Holds Reunion The 1955 graduating cluss of Farmington High School held its 53rd year reunion on Nov. I at Sagebrush in Mocksvillc. Eleven members utlended or came by to say "hello." Four are deceased: B elly Ratlcdge, Rufus Brock, M axine Curler and Francis “Shorly" Ellis. One teacher. D r. Lucy Venuble, allended, as did M ar­ garet Jo Brock, widow of Rufus Brock. Another get-together was planned. Y o u t h H o l i d a y W o r k s h o p D e c . 2 2 The D avie 4 -H Teen Association is huving its annual holiday workshop on Monday, Dec. 22 from 9 a.m.-noon. This workshop is open lo youth ages 8-12 and ihc cosl is $8. Teens will help participunis make a variety of crafis und decorations for the holidays. Purlicipanls ure asked lo bring an old CD for one of Ihe crafis. This workshop will be held ut Ihe Duvie County O ffice B uilding, Cooperative Extension Office. Cull the 753- 6100 for more information and lo sign up. Brad and 'IVucle M arshall announce the b irth o f a daughter on Wednesday, No­ vem ber 2 6 , 2008. L illia n Ashley M arshall was born at Rowan Hospital weighing 7 lbs. 14 oz. and mea.surlng 20 Inches in length. Grandparents are M r. and M rs. B ill W oodle and M r. and M rs. Curtis M arshall. G reat- grandparents are the late M r. and M rs. Charles C all and M r. and M rs. James M arshall. 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DBT.coiti C4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 18,2008 The Kinderton Village entrance - and the homes - are decorated for the holiday season. K i n d e r t o n N e w s By Gall Godwin Kinderton Correspondent 'Tis the senson to be jolly, fu lu lu lu la. There ure muny hup- penings in the locnl ureu nnd neighborhood, in ense you get the Enteiprise curly, this is u re­ minder lo not forget that wc will have caroling in the Kinderton neighborhood starting at the clubhouse on Wednesday, Dcc. 17 nt 6;45 p.m. Afterwards, hot chocolate w ill be served. ' The visits to the symphonies, candy und cakc fuctorics, des­ sert and chili parties, und Steve Brickmun concerts have all been so heart warming and sea­ sonal. Most of all, the parades were great in Advance, Mocks­ villc, and Winston. Lots of hard work really showed. The best part for me, in Win­ ston, was the hunding out of bags of Starbucks coffee und coupons... After Ihe purnde, the visit lo Starbucks for free hot chocolate was ih'c hit for thaw­ ing out. It was great to see a little bit of snowfall before the parade ... it really seemed more like Chrislmas. I was like a child on Christmas moming, so cxciled. Tho decor in our neighbor­ hood is great. Many have spent countless hours making Ihcir homes and lawns so bcnuliful wilh lights, trees, and muny olher decorations. You make our neighborhood .so special. I like to exercise at dusk to enjoy all Ihe lights. Tanglewood's holiduy lighls are greal this year also. Don't forget to go lo the bam for sweat treat purchases If you go. Many thanks nnd thoughts for those who are serving In the military during ihis season. For those leuving for duty after Chrisinuis, you w ill not be for­ gotten. S h e f f i e l d - C a l a h a l n N e w s By Junlce Jordnn Shefneld-Culahuin Correspondent Crusher Run, bluegruss bund, will pluy Friduy, Dec. 19 nt Sims BBQ in Orunile Falls. For times, contact Jack or Brenda Bailey at 751-7567. To hear the linc-up for the Sheffield Music Hull, cull Jounn Renegar ut 704-546-3099. New Union’s Live Nuliyily begins al 6 p.m. on Dec. 20 at the Assembly Grounds. You arc invited to join their members for an evening thut ulso includes hot chocoluie, cookies, niurshmul- lows roasting over an open fire, and Ihe singing of Christmas carols. On Dec. 24 at 8 p.m. will be their Christmas Eve service, held traditionally in the old Zion Chapel church building. Liberty Wesleyan Church will have a breakfast al 10 a.m. with Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus on Saturday, Dec. 20 at Ihe church. Also, they will have Ihe Christmas program on Ihe 21st ul II. Everyone is inviled. Ijam es Baptist Church's plans for Chrislmas Eve in­ cludes Ihe pluy "Look Who Just Cheeked In". It begins at 6:30 p.m. Children and adults have purts in the play and will sing. Everyone is invited to this spe­ cial service. Get well soon wishes nre of­ fered to Brent Gobble, who just hud surgery at Duke Hospital in Durham. Please add Brent and his wife, Tina to your prayer lists. Also, Clurk Rogers just finished another strong chcmo treatment und appreciated your prayers. The youth und parents from Ijames Baptist Church recently returned from their.trip lo Pi­ geon Forge, Teim. A ll of them were amazed ubout the lodge where they stayed, as the drive to reach it seemed to be straight up. While there, many saw lots of deer nnd other animals, plus some snowfall. They enjoyed a Christian musical they attended. Dcc. 19 birthdays include those for Nancy Peacock and N ick Stowe. On the 20th, Bonnie A llon, Charley M ao Edwards, and O livia Swisher w ill cclebrato thoir birthdays. H ilda Keaton, Caden Tomol, and Mandy Edwards will reach another birth days on Dec. 21, which is tlic wedding anniver­ sary of Don and Pal Gobble and Bill and Brenda Reeves. Best wishes to J. T. nnd Martha Smith who were married 50 years ago on the 21 St. Dcc. 22 is tho birth­ day of Gracie Gobble and Ihe anniversary of Gene nnd Linda Tutterow and Wayne and Frieda Dyson. M ildred K eller and Chris Dyson have Dcc. 23 birth­ days, w hile A l nnd W anda Sutphin celebrate their anniver­ sary and so do Tom and Rose Wright. Ann Scruggs' celebrates her birthday on Chrislmas Eve. The Christian Education Department of Piney Grove AI\/1E Zion Church recently sponsored a Red Cross Blood Mobile Drive with 10 flrst-tlme donors among those donating Wood. Pictured from left are Perry James getting his blood pressure checked before giving,and Doretha Nichols and Herbie James relaxing while giving blood. Our community is proud ot these donors and others who give the "gift of life." We encourage everyone who can to give as the need is always greater during this long holiday season. C o u n t y L i n e N e w s By Shirley Thorne Counly Line Correspondent The spirit of Christmas is in Ihe air in Counly Line. Many families have Iheir homes and lawns dccornlcd for the senson. We invite you to drive tlirough and see Ihe displays. Also, many church clusscs are huving parties plus it’s always the time for family Christmas gatherings and dinners. Severul church Christmas programs have been planned for this next week. The youth ministry of Piney Grove A M E Zion Church will have a Christmas “Praise Party” from 6;30-9 p.m. Friday, Dec. 19, at Chrisdans’ Sports Grill on Simonlon Road at James Way in Statesville. The celebration will include gifts for all, pool und other games, pizza, chips, soft drinks, und w ill prove to be greut Christinn fun for nil teens. The Women on Mission of Society Buptist Church w ill meet at 6;30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 19| at the home o f M ury Eliznbeth Naniz on St. Andrews Road in. Statesville. The m eeting w ill begin w ith a ¿bvercd-dish supper follo<ved by a brief business and program on Lottie Moon. Members are asked lo bring salads, vegetables, and desserts. The women invite others in the community lo join Ihem. The sanctuary choir of Society will present Ihe canlnia “Prince of Peace” featuring Ihe nativity sccne at the 8:30 and 11 a.m. worship services Sunday, Dec. 21'. The children nnd youth w ill present Ihe musical play “The First Leon” al 7 that night. After the play there will be a period of fellowship including snacks, treat bags, nnd the shnring o f gifts. Church members invite others for these specinl services celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. The sanctuary choir o f Clarksbury United Methodist Church will present the cnntata "Hope Hus Hands” at the 10;30 a.m. worship service Sunduy, Dec. 21. The children and youth will present the play "An Island Chrislmas” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 23. Following the play there w ill be fellowship with snacks and sharing of gifts plus n visit from Snnin with trents galore. Church members invite everyone as they celebrate that H oly N ight and its gifts of pence, hope, und joy. The Christmas progrnm at Pleasant View Baptist Church will be al 6 p.m, Sunday, Dec. 21. After the program there will be a period of fellowship with snacks. Members invite others for this special night of celebration, The children and youth of Calvary Baptist Church w ill present the play “The Best Gift of All - Jesus” at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec, 21, After the play there will fellowship; snubks, and treats. Everyone is invited as church members celebrate the birth of Jesus C hrist and its many blessings. The children and youth of Salem ' U nited M ethodist Church w ill present a Chrislmas prograiii at 7 p,m, Tuesday, Dec, 23, After Iho program there will be fellowship with snacks and treats. The annual candlelight ■■jChristmas Eve com m union ' service of the Center-Salcm United Methodist Charge w ill be at 7 p,m. Wednesday, Dcc, 24, Salem will host the service' this year and invite all residents in the community. This past weekend J.W. and Elsie Efird Brown celebrated thoir 50th wedding anniversary. They were honored w ith a reception from 2 -4 p.m .' Saturday afternoon at the Landmark Assembly of God Church on Easl Broad Street in Statesville. The evenl wns hosted by their children. J.W. and Elsie, all of us in Counly Line congratulate you and wish you many more years of happily married life. Our community extends its deepest sympathy to the family of Lester Walker, who died nt home carly Tuesday morning of last week. A native of Davie County, ho was born in 1916 to Luther and Ella M ae Godbey W alker o f D avie Academ y Road. Ho attended Cherry Grove School and Cool Spring High School. In 1941 he m arried the form er Gladys Mayes, who preceded him in death this past April. The couple made their home on the Walker family farm on Davie Academy and reared their four children, Ho was a lifetime farmer and deeply loved caring for his cuttle, driving his traclor nnd truck, working in his wood, shop, and cnting Jones suusnge. Lester wns always willing to help a neighbor in need. He was a m em ber of Salem United M ethodist Church, where a graveside service was held this past Friday m orning. His contributions to our community news "flashbacks” were always greatly appreciated. W e extend our deepest sympathy to the family of Mary Selene “Mas” Wilson, who died Thursdny of last week at Davis Regional Medical Center after a short period of declining heallh. She was born in 1932 in D avie County lo the lale A ndrew and D ora Turner W ilson of V illage Road o ff R idge Road at 1-40. She attended Poplar Springs and Davie Counly Training schools. In 1955 she m arried Ben Wilson, who preceded her in death in 1997, and the couple lived in Cooleem ee before settling on Ihe Wilson family farm on V illag e Rond and rearing their nine children. Mns hnd a deep love for helping others and was a retired certified nursing assistant: she enjoyed reading nnd needlepoint crafts. H aving served on several church boards and being a member of thc senior choir, she ' had been a faithful and active member of Piney Grove A M E Zion Church since childhood. A funeral celebrnting her lifo with burial in the church cemetery was held this past M onday afternoon. We send gel-well wishes to Jim Dwiggins, who hnd back surgery at Lake Norm an Regional Medicnl Center last week. Infant Jarrett Wilson is at . home and enjoying his first Christmas with his purents nnd brothers, Join us as we pray for the L o rd ’s divine healing and blessings in the lives of Jim, Jarrell, and the fam ilies o f Lester and Mas. Continue also to remember those residents who are homebound or are taking outpatient treatments. ' If you have news or memories lo share, please call Shiriey pn 492-5115 or email sdtlink® hotmail. com. I' DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec, 18,2008 - C5 ¿ ' 'Т - y - y ‘ ‘Ù ià ^ 'rrf V ■ ■' i' Advance correspondent Edith Zimmerman had a special ride for the Advance Christ­ mas Parade on Saturday. Above, she sits behind the wheel with granddaughter IVIeilssa Hendrix Barnum and great-grandchildren, Isabelle and Ivory Barnum in the rumble seat. In the photograph at left, daughter Brenda Zimmerman drives the 1931 IVlodel A Ford Roadster along the parade route. A d v a n c e N e w s By Edith Zim m erm an Advance Correspondent The U M Y F parly w ill be held at the Advance United Methodist Church parsonage on Saturday, Dec. 20 from 6-8 p.m. Dinner nnd drinks w ill be pro­ vided, but plonse bring nn np- pelizer or dessert lo share, plus u wrapped gift (.$10 or less) for Ihc outrageous gift swap. The annual Christmas pug- eunl w ill be at the church Sun­ day, Dec. 21 ut 6 p.m. Children und youth will present the trn- ditionnl Christmas pageant in Ihe sanctuary with the singing of Christmas carols nnd music from the choir. Bring an offer­ ing of non-perishnble food to help re-stock the shelves ut A Storehouse For Jesus, Follow­ ing Ihc pageant we will gather in the fellowship hall for ro- freshmonis imd celebration. Advancc Firsl Baptist w ill present its adult Christmas pro­ gram and candlclight scrvice Sunday, Dcc. 2! at 7 p.m. Pastors Cheryl Skinner and Kirk Tutterow w ill hold a joint Christmns Eve Ser\'ico Wednes­ day, Dec. 24 al 7 p.m. at His­ toric Fulton Church. Make plans to join us for a wonder-filled evening of hymns, music, com­ munion and cnndlolight to cel­ ebrate the Christ child’s birth. Get well wishes go to Gina McRae, and to Bess Bennett, who hus been confined wilh a virus. Edith Zim m erm an and daughter Brenda Zimmerman visited cousin Vcmelle Greene in Churchland Monday after­ noon. E m ily Johnson greets members of the C lover 4 -H C lub, who came bearing cookies.C lover C lub members get cookie trays ready for com m unity helpers. F a r m i n g t o n N e w s By Luurn M utlils Farmington Correspondent Have you noticed all Ihe birds singing? Take a minute, while your running lo keep up wilh Ihe Christmas nish, and lis­ ten to them in the trees. It's as though they aro singing "Joy to the Worid". They are just one of Ihe gifts that the Lord gives us each day to enjoy. Speaking of gifts, members of the 4-H Club, Ihe Clover Club, took time out to bake and gather cookies for their Cookie P i n o N e w s Caravan project. The group wanted lo show Iheir upprecia- lion lo some of Ihe people, who work in our community each day. They met at the Farming­ ton Community Center and as­ sembled cookie trays with all kinds of homemade treats. A f­ ter the kids had lime to sample a few, Ihey loaded up the ve­ hicles, with kids and goodies, and headed out to designated areas. First stop was Ihe Farming­ ton Volunteer Fire Station, next came the Mocksville Post O f­ fice, and the Davio County Sheriff's O ffice. Then they headed over to the Cooperative Extension Office, where they visited Lindsey Dore, thon the Davie County Public Library, and the Mocksville Recreational Department at the Brock Cen­ ter. A t each place, the group sang carols and handed out the goody trays. At the library, they sung the librarian’s favorite Christmas carol. Silent Night. Tho Farmington Art Studio has Historic Farmington polo By Nora Latham Pino Correspondent The next breakfast at Wesley C hapel U nited M ethodist Church w ill be Saturday, Dec. 20 from 6 ;3 0-10 a.m . Tho m ission this month is a nonprofit organization. The O A R (O pportunity, A ction, Relief) Foundation specifically directed to tho scholarship fund for Annabelle Lakey. Annabelle is the daughter of Bryan and Suzanne Lakey and granddaughter of Patrick and Kathy M iller. She goes to a special school for children with autism . There w ill be representatives there lo explain moro about autism and The Sudoku Solution 4 1 7 2 6 5 8 3 9 9 2 В 4 3 7 5 6 1 3 6 S 8 1 9 2 4 7 5 8 4 3 9 1 7 2 8 7 9 1 6 8 2 3 S 4 6 3 2 5 7 4 9 1 8 2 4 6 7 S 8 1 9 3 8 5 9 1 4 3 6 7 2 1 7 3 9 2 8 4 8 5 OAR Foundation. Everyone is invited. Visitors at Wesley Chapel last Sunday were Michael Smith and Reba M clnnis. They enjoyed a scripture and song service with special singing by Tom and Toni Horton. W esley Chapel w ill host Christmas in Pino again this year. Dinner w ill be served at 6:30 p.m. with entertainment following. Everyone is invited. Please let us know if you plan to attend. You may call the church at 998-2264 and leave a message or Kathy Ellis at 998- 3987 or Toni Horton at 332- 3110. Sara Eure and D e W illa Smith attended the Christmas Crossword Answers Ш п в| § ddSdппвпа nano В П П П n a o n H B B Q B cantata at Blaise Baptist Church on Saturday night. DeW illn’s daughter, Teresa Conell, sang in the choir. Bob and Kathy Ellis hosted a birthday celebration in honor o f Joyce Sutton Sunday at lunch. Those attending were Nora Latham, Chinera Latham and Dale Latham. The descendants of Floyd and Elma Dull held their annual Chrislmas party last Sunday at the home of DeW illa Smith in Mocksville. Approximately 35 family members attended. shirts and prints of the Old Farmington School available. Take time to slop by and look around the studio, they've really done a lot o f work on the old placc. They've expanded the shop to the upstairs. Tho Teen Gathering Place, at the Farmington Com m unity Center, w ill be closed for the next couple of Fridays. We're taking a Chrislmas break and w ill re-open on Jan. 2. Farm ington M ethodist Church w ill have its Candle Light Service and Children's Program on Doc. 24 at 7 p.m. The Davie Senior Services Farmington Site w ill have its Christmas celebration Dec. 23 at 10:30 a.m. If you plan to at­ tend, prcregister at 751 -0611, by Friday, Dec. 19. The Senior Center w ill have* a craft day on Dec. 31. Have a great week and don't forget to take a minute to enjoy the birds. 4-H er R iley K irkpatrick makes sure the cookies pass the taste test. IF ж е Happy 40th Birthday Jody TorrenceHofc it’s (IS hafpy m you were ill this picture. Love Youl ft Rul'iii, Mom , ¡issu, t 7y;.T, Bill, Soimi/ that everyone w ill adm ire. FREE ACTiVATIOlN •The Phone Place, l(io. will walvs aelivatlon fee on Navy Lines of «eivlee. ^ Mud bring ihit ad, 1M4,4)a Buy One G et O ne Free HUE II *$39.99Ah«rM«lllnRvtMlo 2 MP Сйпюга with vidooMP3 playor with Mude capabliiiio» Tent, Pictu(e. ord Video Mouftging 2I^PCiim6rawjth vM«o MP3 play«r with MufUc cflpat>ii>ties GPS capflhitt wvlh ABtal NavHjation fl GG Axlemai memoryTHE PHONE PLACETwo ¡AKotions Th Better Sene You: C6. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 18,2008 Obituaries Robert Lewis Frye Mr. Robert Lewis Frye, 55, of Hickory, formerly of Mocks­ villc, died Thursday, Dec. 11, 2008, at Frye Regional Mcdi­ cal Ccntcr in Hickory. He was bom April 30,1953, in Davie County to the late Lester Eugene and N aom i Catherine West Frye. Mr. Frye had been a m anager w ith Scotchman Stores nnd had been a manager with Capt. Dicks Marina in M yrtle Beach. He was a graduate of Davie High School, clas.s of 1971, was a NASCAR fan, enjoyed fishing, playing the banjo, guitar and loved pels, He attended Calvary Baptist Church in Mocksvillc. Survivors; his wife, Karen Murphy Frye of the home; a son, Scolt Frye of Charlotle; a stepson,Trey Starnes of Arling­ ton, Va; 7 sisters, Nellie Couch, A nnie C all, Betty (B oyd) Trivette, Ruth (Joe) Smith, Sue (Bobby) Caudle, Lindn Gaither nnd Bonnie (Snm) Lamberth, all of Mocksville; 3 brothers, John L. (Dee) Frye, Calvin E. (Malinda) Frye, both of Mocks­ ville and Roger D. (Darlene) Frye of Spartanburg, S.C.; nu­ merous nieces and nephews; and a special friend and neigh­ bor, Odell Moose of Hickory. A funeral service was held at 2 p.m., Sunday, Dcc, 14, at Calvary Baptist Church with the Rev. Jim Gryder officiating. The body was placed in the church 30 minutes before the scrvice. Burial followed in the chureh cemetery. The fam ily received friends Snturday, Dcc. 13, at Eaton Funeral Home. Memorials: Calvary Baptist, 1663 US 601 S., Mocksville. O nline condolences; www.eiitonfimeralservice.com. I<I I*U 1 .S K M V H \ K J u lia H o w a rd .\/ t l o n s f 7^Jth D i s t n c t Please amlacl me in; MOCKSVILLE: (336) 751-8567 HALEIGH: (919) 733-5904 16 W. Jones Streel, Rm lfo6 Raleigh, NC 27601-1096 Email: Juliah@ncleg.net Рлт roR iirJuiM Sadie Diane Rhyneliardt Sadie D iana “ Boss" Hairston Rhynehardt, 54, died in the early morning of Dec. 12, 2008 at her home in Mocksville. She was the daughter o f the late A lbert and C a th e rin e Brock H a irs to n , born on July 13,1954. She nltcnded Sto Rox High School in Pittsburgh, Pa. and graduated in June 1972. On May 26, 1989, she was joined in marriage to James Harrell Rhynehardt. She was a loving, wonderful and supporting wife, Survivors: her husband of the home; a spccial niece who wns renred in the home, Nntisha M cK oy (Booter); 3 special great-nephews, Dw ayne M cln tire (S tin k), D avid M cK oy (Squirt), and Devin McKoy (Scoop); a sister, Flora Hairston (Tools); a brother, Albert Hairston (Brother); 2 stepsons, Earl Rhynehardt nnd Stanley Rhynehardt; father and m other-in-law, Thomas nnd M illie Rhynehardt; sister-in- law, Martha March (Robert); 3 aunts, M ary Florence Hairston, Rosa Lee (Jimmy) Amold, and Lula Lane; 2 uncles, W illiam (Ruth) Brock nnd Bishop James (Josephine) Ijnmes; 2 special friends, Tresa Campbell and Devon Williams: and a host of other relatives, cousins, nnd friends. Her funeral service was held Tuesday, Dec. 16 at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Graham Funeral Home. Pastor Nellye I. Barber officiated and burinl followed in Cedar Creek M issionary Baptist Church Cemetery. The family received friends 30 min­ utes before the service. O nline condolences: GraimmFuneralHome.net. G E N E ’S A U T O P A R T S We Make Hytltaullc Hoses & MU Auto Paint 7 6 6 - 9 1 4 8 3612 Clemmons Road Clemmons H O W b e r e m e m b e r e il? s i e - m - e M s POBOXS46.'\ i94W iikestKiie.NC 27028 Birlie Louise White B irlie Louise W hite, 83, died on Dec. 13,2008, in Gen­ esis Elder Care in Sniisbury fol­ low ing u # short illness. She was born Sept. 12, 1925 in D n v i e C o u n t y , daughter of the late Jim und Bessie Hunter Ijames. She attended D avie County Schools and early in life she joined Liberty A M E Zion Church. For the past three years she was a member of Refuge Community Church in Cooleemee. She was married to W illie James White Jr., and to this union three children were bom. She loved to make sweet potato pies for friends, and retired from Drexel Heri­ tage Furniture. Following her retirem ent 'she worked in housekeeping nl Davie Counly Hospital. Her husband preceded her in denth in Jnnunry, 2000. Survivors; 3 dnughters, Bessie (H ubert) Boyd o f B lackridge, Vn,, D oris Pntterson of Hamlet, and Nimcy (Stanley) Campbell o f Cool­ eemee; 10 grandchildren, in­ cluding a grandson who was raised in the home, John (Lorraine) Tumer of Jnmnicn, N.Y.; 29 grent-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild; n de­ voted friend, W illiam Luckey; other relatives and friends. Her funernl servicc was held Wednesday, Dec. 17 at 1:30 p.m. in the chapel of Graham Funeral Hom e. The Rev. Rodney Barker officiated and burial followed in Rownn M e- mor'inl Park in Salisbury. The family received friends 30 min­ utes before the service. O nline condolences; GrahamFuneralHome.net. Sell it in the classifieds 1-877-751-2120 Vivian Pacit Barnes M rs. V ivian Irene Pack Barnes, 86, of Merrells Lake Road, Mocksville, died Sntur­ day, Dec, 13,2008, at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Hom e in Winston-Salem. She was born A p ril 14, 1922, in Davic County to the late Gurney Ray nnd Pearl Lanier Pnck. Mrs. Bames wns retired from Hanes Knitting in Winston-Salem and was a life­ long member of Fulton United Methodist Church in Advance. She was a member of the Fork Fifties Plus. She enjoyed gar­ dening, cooking, trnveling, fishing nnd spending time wilh her family. Mrs. Bames wns preceded iir denth by her husband, Homer Snnford Bnmes in 1978; n son, Jumes Homer "Jimmy” Bames; 2 sisters, Veta Rny Shoaf and Tempy Jane Pack; and 2 broth­ ers, Boyd and Garland Pnck. Survivors: n daughlcr, Sandra Phelps of Mocksville; 4 grnnddaughlers, Jan (Jeff) Snnders, Stephanie (J.C .) H endrix, Susnn (M itc h e ll) Green nnd Joni (Cain Baker) Graley; 9 great-grundchildren, Colby and Ridge Sanders, M or­ gan and Cody Hendrix, Carley and Jessup Green, Sidney and Kyleigh Graley and Kennedy Baker; a special friend and sis­ ler, Iona Stewart of Mocksvillc; n sistcr-in-lnw, Janell Pack of Advance; a dnughler-in-lnw, Ann Bames of Mocksville; her best friend o f 77 years, Rose­ mary Gross of Fort Smith, Ark. and several nicces and neph­ ews. A funeral service was con- duclcd nt 3 p.m., Tucsdny, Dec. 16, at Fulton United Melhodist Church w ith Ihe Rev. K irk Tutterow officiating. Burinl fol­ lowed in the church cemetcry. The fam ily received friends from 2-3 p.m. at tho church. Memorials; Fulton Melhod­ ist, 3689 NC 801 S., Advance; or lo K.B. Reynolds Hospice .Home, 101 Hospice Lane, W in­ slon-Salem, 27103; or Am eri­ can Parkinsons Diseusc Assoc,, 60 Bay St., Suite 401, Staten l.slaiul, N Y 10.301. O nline condolences; www.ealonfiineral.iervice.com. Subscribe today! $20 in North Carolina $25 Out of State Send name, address & payment to: Davie Counly Enterprise Record PO 8 0 X 9 9 *1 7 1 S. Main St. Mocksville, N 0 27028 Mary Selene Wilson M ary Selene W ilson, 76, died on Dec. 11,2008 in Davis Regional Hospital after an ex­ tended ill­ ness. She was born A p ril 28, 1932, lo the late An­ drew Lee and D ora Tumer W il­ son, one of 12 children. She was educated in Davie County School Sys­ tem, and joined Piney Grove A M E Zion Church at an carly age where she rem ained a member for more lhan 70 years. She was fondly callcd Ihc mother of the church. She wus a hurd worker, doing numerous jobs, lastly a certified nursing assistant until her retirement in 1998. Nicknamci} Mess Selene or Mess for short, she was a straight up, generous, loving person who Would help anyone in need. You could always de­ pend on her. She married Ben­ jamin F. Wilson, who preceded her in death. Their union pro­ duced 9 children, of which 3 are deceased; M ary K W ilson, Jonathan L. Wil.son and W illie Lee Fowler. Also preceding her in death were 2 grandchildren, Jonathan and Roland Fowler. Survivors: 3 sons, Ronald E. Wilson of Statesville, Terrence F. Wilson of Mocksvillc, and Bryant A. (Johnsie) Wilson of Cooleemee; a stepson, David Peck of Statesville; 3 daugh­ ters, Dora W. Hearn of Char­ lotte, Audrey M . W ilson o f. Slalesvilie, nnd Amelia F. Frost of the home; 11 grandchildren; 20 grenl-grnndchildren; 2 sis­ lers, Ceola Wilson and Octaviu Clement, both of Mocksvillc; 3 sisters-in-law; 3 brothers-in- law; a God-sisler, Vema Allen of Baltim ore, M d.; spccial friends, Jc.ssie Ann Gaither nnd Luke Nichols, bolh of Hnr- mony; a host of nieces, neph­ ews, cousins, other relatives and Iriends. Funeral service was held Monday, Dec, 15 at 3 p.m. ut Piney Grove A M E Zion Church in Hurmony. The Rev. David Hoover, paslor, officiated and burial followed in Ihe church cemetery. The fnmily received friends one hour before the ser­ vice. O nline condolcnces: GraliamFuneralHome.net, Joseph D. Clark Joseph D. "Joe" Chirk, 71, died Wednesday, Dec, 10,2(X)8 ut his residence in Mocksville. He was born June 2, 1937 in Anson I County, son of the late C la rc n c e I and Genova C lark. He grew up in Anson County, and moved wilh his family to Davie County where he attended D avie County Schools. For a short time he worked al The Transfer Shed in Spencer. On Jan. 1, 1956 he began employment with the Town of M ocksvillc, Public Works D epl./U tiliiy M ninle- nance nnd retired after 50 years on Feb. 20, 2006. Eariy in life he professed Chrislianity in Ihe Baptist faith, and for the past 16 years he was a member of Ihe Rose of Sharon Holiness Church in Salisbury, whore he served us a trustee. His hobby was gardening and serving as a handy man. He was married to Lurilne Wilds for more than 30 years. He was also preceded in death by a son, Rudolph Wilds; and a brother, Herbert Clark Sr. Survivors; his wife, Lurline W, Clark of the home; 5 daugh­ ters, JoAnn Clark of Salisbury, Tina Clark, Hilda Clark (James) Bell, Queen (Louis) Overton, and Minister W illcltc Collins, all of Mocksville; 2 sons, Willie Wilds of Dariington, S.C., and W illie Collins Jr. of Salisbury; 2 sislers, Berthn (Reynolds) Duncan of Advunce and Rether (Lyman) Parker of Now York, N .Y .; 5 brothers, Elbert (Paulette) C lark and Frank Clark, both' o f M ocksville, Clarcnce (Sudie) Clark Jr. of Advancc, Preston (Betty) Clark o f Salisbury, and C harlie (Corrie) Clark of M l.' Vemon, N.Y.; tt,m)|nber of sisters-in- Inw, nunts, uncles, other relu- tives und friends. His funeral scrvice was held Saturday, Dcc. 13 al 2 p.m. in the chnpel of Grnhnm Funernl Home. The Rev. Charles L. Booker officiated and Minister Henrietin Flowers provided the eulogy. Burinl follow ed in Rowan M em orial Park, The fam ily received friends one hour before the service. O nline condolences; GrahamFuneralHome.net. W W W . e n t e r p r is e - r e c o r d , c o m Melissa Dull 0//ia* M(4ia^ji:r/Chiinis Assisiani Meet our staff at Hayworth-Miller Funeral Home Haywotth-Miller funeral Home has been assisting Janiilies in Clemmons, Advancc, and Davie County for over 4S years. Ourncwc.<H facility, located across from Bermuda Run in the Kinderton Business Park, was c.uabli.ihed in 1999 to better serve the residenis of Davie . County and surrounding areas. M elissa has been assisting (am ilica I’o r nine years w ith thoir aCtercare neecl.s, including liling claim s on insurance policies and filing clealli certificates. M elissa lives in C lem m o n s w ith her husbantl Louie and th e ir ch ild ren M org an and H u n te r. M elissn’.s com passion and kindness arc tw o o f her traits that shine through w h en assisting fam ilies during th e ir tim es o f need. HAYWORTH MiLLliR I U N I RAI, H O M I / / / Pcrsi>iiuli/cJ l iiiiL’nil aiiil M)S I ast Кi.iidn ii 111 W'.is \ C ’ 7 ()0 (. ( IX'lihll (C /I .Si’l l ti Cs \iK .iiii I-, \ ( ■ ’ 7 ()0 (i I (i/i'H //'j/'U ii'v ( i4ii]hiii\ { h\ lu-J ( remili(> w w w . I k u w o r t h w i i l l i T . f o m ’ I’rc I’Lmiiirnj My first Christmas In J{eaven J see tiie countCess Cfiristm is trees arounW tfie worCcf BeCow, tin y Cigiits CiUe illeaven's stars refCecting on tiie snow. 7fie sigfu is so spectacular, jtfease wjpc a w a y y o u r tears, f o r I am C/iristmas wflfi Jesus Cftrisl l/iis year. 1 Rear Ifie many L'iirlstnias songs tliat jieojiie fwfif so ifeiir, 'Sut tfie so u m f o f'm usic can't coinj>are witfi tfie Cfirlstinas cfioir iiere, I iiave no w ords to telT you tile Jo y tlieir voices Bring, It 's f a r B e y o n d liescrljttion to Bear tfie angels sing. I Unow Bow niiicB you miss me—/ see (fie jtain witfiiii your fieart, 'Ли11 Я1» mil so f a r a w a y — we realTy aren't ajrart. So 0e ixajyiy f o r me, foveiCones, you Unow I'iC B o fd y o u ¡(ear, Я п ( ( fie gfatf J'm sjtending CBristm as wltfi Jesus Cfirlst iBis year. J seiiif you eacB a sj>eciaCgift fro m my Beavenly Borne aBove, J se n if you eacB a m em ory o f m y unifying Cove, я р е г aft Cove is tBe gift more ^irccioiis Ifiiil jtiire goCif, It wtts aCw ays most imjiorliiiit in tfie stones Jesus toftC Tfease fove an<(Heej) each other as m y Jesus saiiCto do,. 'fo r I ca n 't count the BCcssing o r tBe fove :tfe B a sfo r you. So have a M e r r y CBristm as a n a 'w ip e a w a y those tears, f o r J am sBia 'ring Christm as w ith Jesus Christ this year! Лполуто115 In loving memory of Jonathon Kyle Tutterow . 6-20-81 12-17-07, L Ч ’ m ////’, ///A, iW. Lester Walker 1916 - 2008 . MOCKSVILLE Id Pmk F. Penninger 1916-2008 WOODLEAF li» Frances С Т Ы ) 1938-2008 CLEMMONS 0 Cj/nisC. Lakey 1933 - 2008 MOCKSVILLE & Betty}. Swicegood 1934 - 2008 MOCKSVILIE I ® \CornM. VanNostran\ 1920 - 2008 MOCKSVILLE & Clara Mae Hopkins 1922 - 2008 AXTON.VA 325 N. M ain Street Mocksville, N C (336) 751-2148 I W h e n C h r is tm a s L e f t R a ttle r C a n y o n ’ D e c . 2 1 A t E lb a v ille Members of Elbaville United Melhodist Church in Advnncc invite everyone to the Chrislmns production, "When Christmus Loft Rntllcr Cnnyon,” nt 7 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 21. The play is set on u December dny in llie 1800s, right before Christmas. Refreshments will be served in the fellowship building fol­ lowing the production. ‘L o o k W h o J u s t C h e c k e d i n ' D e c . 2 4 A t ija m e s B a p tis t The Ijnmes Buptist Church Christmas Evo Program, "Look Who Just Checked In", will be presented on Dec. 24 at 6:30 p.m. Children und adults of Ijames will participate in the play and music. Treat bags w ill be given al the end of scrvice. Everyone is inviled. Ijames is located at Ijnmes Church and Sheffield roads near Mocksville. Church Opening F ood Pantry; H om em ade Soups A lso Available Life Community Church, 170 Duard Reavis Road, Mocksville, will open its food pantry lo families in need from 11 a,m.-2 p.m. on Dec. 20. Homemade soups will be served for lunch that day. To leam more, cull Pastor Murk Curlyle at 336-682-1149. 2nd Presbyterian Open Christmas Eve Mocksvillc Second Presbylerinn Church w ill huve its annual Christmas Eve program Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. A ll ate invited. F u ito n M e th o d is t P ia n s C h r is tm a s F a ith , E x p e r ie n c e Fulton United Methodist Church, 3689 NC 801 S., Advance, will hnve Christmas progrnms on Sundny, Dec. 21 und Wednesday, Dec. 24. The Christmus cantata "Hope Has Hands” w ill be al 9:45 a.m. Sunday. It is presented by the chancel choir directed by Kirk Tutterow. On Wednesday nl 7 p.m., the Christmas Eve candlelight carols nnd communion w ill be held in the historic sunciunry. Preaching will be Ihe Rev. Cheryl A. 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S Ä “ Ä by 9 -* W«, Ma,.. A r t F e s t i v a l W o r k s O n E x h i b i t A t T h e B r o o k The Moclcsvillc Woman’s Tlic D avie County Arts Club hns always promoted art C ouncil is featuring the in the community but has never Mocksvilie Woman’s Club Art exhibited the entries to its Festival woric in the Brock annual art festival competition. Gallery until Dec. 21. Each year the club accepts art entries in the local level competition. The first place winner;, at the local level arc judged at the district level in the spring and winners from B u s in e s s A c c e p tin g S t o r e t io u s e D o n a tio n s There was a bustle of activ­ ity at A Storehouse for Jesus on Monday, w ith cars lined up around the building as volun­ teers doled out gifts, food and other donations for those in need. : W ith near em pty food shelves nnd toys going out nearly as quickly as they were Coming in, tho need for more donations continues. Donations can be brought in to Storehouse on Mondays and Fridays, from 9-5, nnd Saturdays if there arc volunteers available, Moxies Bar on North Main Street in Mocksvilie has offered to be an additional drop off point. Moxies will accept toys or canned food (no clothcs) any day of the week, and drop off the donations to Storehouse throughout the remainder of the holiday season.. On Saturday, Dec. 20, Moxie's is holding its annual Christmas party,with music by the popular country band. Clos­ est Kin. In lieu of a $5 covcr, Moxies is asking its guests lo bring'a donation of four cans of food for Storehouse. SPECIAL PEOPLE (tESS R y^W EC IA l. 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This year’s entries arc also on exhibit and include several hand- painted Christm as-them ed works of art. The public is invited to come and see the art work Monday- Friday from 9;30 a.in.-5 p.m.Kelsey Shipman, 12th grader, completed this graphite and charcoal piece. X Christmas Is the perfect time to thank you our many patients we appreclatel On behalf of the entire staff at Davie Medical Equipment, Inc. we would Ijke to personally thank you for placing your trust In us and choosing Davle Medical to serve all of your medical equipment needs. \Ne want you to know that we are dedicated to providing you with the highest level of care and quality products available. We offer you the confidence of knowing that you are receiving the best products possible for respiratory, pulmonary and all your homecare needs. Should you ever have any questions,please feel welcome to call us. As always, we look forward to hearing from you. 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An Old-Tim ey Christm as Cooleemee 5 Year Olds Learn What It Was Like In The 1930s C O O L E E M E E - A rc 5 year olds ready to learn his­ tory? In this little Davic County lown mnny think the answer is yes. Lessons begin wilh learn­ ing how Christmas was cel­ ebrated back in Ihe 193ds when m ill families decorated their trees wilh strings o f pop­ corn and papcr-chain garland made from hand-colored strips of paper. “W e were poor and didn't have m uch m oney," A nn C ranford told kindergarten children from the local e l­ ementary school recently, "but we had a great Christmas be-' cause it was all about love and family." A s elder sto ryteller, Cranford described how their cedar tree was chopped down in nearby woods by her broth­ ers with an ax. Her father stood the tree up wilh Iwo picccs o f wood nailed together. "W e didn't have a stand with water in Ihe bottom so we didn't get our tree until right before Christmas. "At five o'clock on Christ­ mas Eve our w hole fam ily went to church. We each had our part in the Christmas play about Ihc birth o f Jesus. After- wiu-d, out there was a tree wilh a little present from our Sun­ day school teacher for each of us,"'Cranford said. Before the fam ily left church for home, everyone received their treat, a brown paper sack that many callcd a "poke." The C ooleem ee native demonstrated how an adult could cut a small hole in the bottom of their orange for their piece o f stick cnndy. So long as it lasleci, il could be used as a straw lo suck out Ihe juice. "M y favorite stick candy fla­ vor is Cream Penny," she said. On this first visit to Ihe his­ toric Zachary House, kinder- gartncrs lined up lo fasten their hand-made ornaments to its huge, freshly-cut cedar tree. They were delighted to throw a piece o f cotton somewhere on the big tree, producing the illusion o f snow. Another portion o f their heritage lesson look place on the second fioor where they, got to exominc an extensive display o f old toys. "None of these toys have batteries," said Julie Spillman Prater. "In old Cooleemee children were very lucky lo get one toy for Christ­ m as." Students enjoyed "hands-on" tim e w ilh these antiques that ranged from baby dolls lo pop guns. B ack dow nstairs they found ' volunteer B onnie Byeriy sitting at the piano. She asked them to guess w hat families might have done for after-supper before televisions or com puter games. “M any families sang songs together,” she told them. The history les­ son continued with the singing o f several traditional carols, By then it was lime to put coals back on for the three block walk back to school. Be­ fore leaving, a Christmas poke, - filled with an orange, stick candy and nuts - was gratefully acceplcd by each child, along w ith a w ish fo r a "M e rry Christmas" from the history volunteers. .. The Cooleemee Historical Association has been produc­ ing its "Discovering Our Heri­ tage" lessons to local students since 1998,The children sing a bit before receiving their treat bags. Ann Cranford, who grew up on Cooleemee's Davie Street, tells children about; what a family and church centered Christmas was like in the mid 1930s with littia cash money yet lots of love. i The Kindergarten students gather In the Zachary House lobby. At the piano, history volunteer Bonnie Byeriy leads Cooleemee l<indergarten chil­ dren. in singing traditional Christmas carols. D2 - ÖAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 18,2008 Davie Schools Pinebrook Elem entary M rs. Cope’s, M rs. Hockaday, M:s. Holt nnd Mrs. Howard’s kindergarten classes are learning about Cliristmas traditions in America and in Mexico. M rs. Rareshide and M rs. Boger visited the classrooms with a lesson on Mexico and the luminaries that they use during Los Posados, Each child decorated a luminary to take home. Students are learning about Christm as symbols. First graders in Mrs. Welch and M rs. Judd's class had a great time in Santa’s Workshop. This economics lyiit focuses on wants and needs, scarcity, division of labor, goods ond services ond producers and consumers. Once students learned these topics, they take on the roll of Santa’s elves and produce goods to buy for family members. Students learn the responsibility o f keeping up with wages, os well as staying within budgets. Teachers thank parents and adults who sent in supplies and volunteered. The sccond grade studied Christmas in other places aiid cultures. Students studied two other holidays that happen during this month, Hannukah and Kwanza. During this time of year children have talked about how important it is to share what they have w ith others. T h e y 'a re showing compassion by bringing in canned goods for A Storehouse for Jesus. They are making gifts for their families and are singing carols. Along w ith the kindergarten classes, they arc presenting the PTO Ghi-istmas program titled The Incredible Reindeer on Dec. 16. - M s. Von O fferen’s third grade class is studying the roles adults and children have in a community. They were visited this week by Mr. Boim er, Luke and Lone Bolmcr’s father. He brought a calf that was a twin that they are bottle feeding. Students were able to feed and pet the calf. Students are reading The Tale of Despereaux and are looking forward to seeing the m ovie when the book is rmlshed. Fifth graders have been busy getting ready for D A R E graduation Dec. 16. Students have been writing essays on what they have learned from the D A R E program and have made pledges to remain drug, alcohol and tobacco free. Many thanks to Sgt. Alana Oicger o f the Davie County Sheriffs Dept, for the time and core she has given to fifth grade students. Cooieemee Elem entary Kindergarten students are learning about holiday traditions and celebrations. Students made traditional Christmas ornaments, played the dreidel game for Hanukkah, and made Mkekas for Kwanzaa. Each year students make unique gingerbread houses to take home and share w ith their, fam ilies, Children had the opportunity to go to the school’s Santa Shop to buy gifts for fam ily members. This allows students to experience the spirit of giving. Second grade has been w orking on addition w ith regrouping. Continue to study math facts. In writing, students are writing letters to Santo, In social studies they arc talking about Christmas traditions. Students enjoyed learning the home row keys and keyboarding in the computer lab. Students are working on place value in math in the fourth grade. They are learning to read and w rite place value. They completed several exercises that allowed them to find numbers in various sources, write Ihem down ond them place them in order from largest to smallest. The students nre reviewing how to express numbers in various ways. They are reviewing how to read numbers, and have introduced numbers into the millions, They are working on writing numbers in words and in expanded form. For example, the number 1,893 would be w ritten in words us one thousand eight hundred and ninety-three. In expanded form it , 'w ould ' look like 1,000+800+90+3. Each class is using manipulotives and the Smartboard to reinforce these concepts. Cornatzer Elementary Students ore like hard working elves this December in M rs. C happell’s art class, Kindergarten and Pre-K glued art tissue to crcate a holiday wreoth. First groders are weaving a paper "K w anza M at”, in red, green, black and yellow -very festive. Second grade learned about Caribou, and created a Reindeer landscape, including fprcground, middleground, and background. In third grade, students gave Santa a "new look” , and came up w ith creative makeovers for St. Nick. Snowm en played m usical instruments in fourth grade drawings. Fifth graders are planning their own version of Edward Hick’s classic painting Peaccabic Kingdom. The first grade holl is looking festive with displays of Santa’s Workshop, Gingerbread M en, Peace on Eorth and Santa’s Elves, In addition to keeping up with academic work, students have been learning about winter holidays including Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Las Posadas, They have enjoyed special readers com ing in including M rs, Claus, M r, Campbell reading The'Polar Express and Mr, Hinds reading A Cajun N ight Before Christmas. They are looking forward to seeing families for the holiday breakfast on Dec. 18. Students have been practicing seasonal songs to sing for them. E arlier in the m onlh, students learned about character education during a Ronald McDonald Assembly, Even the _ _ ________^ 5a IWFKd Bö« TncilfBM ft Proibii DtíIto« Cinwl Cl*ií I (Wem (tal № < -16>« S«(*, nod Dw Clft Eutw BWt IX«i»l BW. Ol*«« - T«a - Cita » ix™ (ieef ! h It [«(1(1, Ceti SW^ Bill CiS CakiOT. 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Character education has been a focus for PBS assemblies and the first graders are eager to earn Cougar Paws for displaying good character traits. In November, first grade held its first Author’s Comer. Parents were invited to come in and enjoy hearing what their . children hod written. The topie was, "How to Cook a Turkey”. Authors wrote about washing turkeys in soap and water to clean it well. Cooking times varied from 5 minutes to 10 hours. Turkeys were stuffed w ith all sorts o f food and allowed to “rest”. The students enjoyed all the hands-on activities during Math T railb lazer lessons. They worked with pattern blocks, pennies and beans. They ore learning to regroup, count by 2s and Ss, and share equally. , Congratulations to Cougars of the Week; Chaylyn Dendy, Em ily Moreno, Tommy Brown, Shannon Niland, Chhaya Scott, Cassie Smyers, Bryan Urbina, Briseida Oleo, Hayley Robert­ son, Nathan LaLonde, Hayley Pace, M orvelyn R am irez, Logan Dixon, Hugo Sanchez and JCentrell Tatum. North Dovic M iddle The Extreme Team collected money during lunch to sponsor a child for Christmas through Storehouse for Jesus. The sev­ enth grade raised $140 which was enough to sponsor on addi­ tional child. Sasha Lockhart was chosen os the team representa­ tive to shop for the gifts on Monday, Dec. 8 at Walmart in Mocksvillc, Thanks to all tho students who gave to help make Christmas special for a family in the community. On Thursday, Dcc. 18 the Extreme Team w ill take a field trip lo High Point to see the Churies Dickens play A Christ­ mas Carol. The play has re­ ceived rave reviews in the local newspaper, and students are looking forward to seeing this ■ production. Students ore read­ ing the Dickens picce in lan­ guage arts classes. Students of the Month for October; Juson M ace, Keith McKay, Alexis Albarran, Luke M artin , M adison K irk, M aeLenn Apperson, K aitlin Redd and Jcssica White. The N ovem ber Students o f the month were: Travis Sheets, Kendall Lanier, Dumeshia Bul­ lock and Clay Thompson. R & R Students o f Ihe Month of October were; Jon Edwards, M eredith Ratledge, Allison Pardue, Allie Maine, Rob Blake and Sarah Myers. R & R Stu­ dents of the Month for Novem­ ber ure; Madison Kirk, Jordan Budd, M egan Bradsher, Michaela Boger, Tysheel Fair, Kashia Leszczuk, Kahlin Redd, Jessica White and Jason Mace. Shady Grove Elem entary By Callie Koeval Sth grader, Student Council President Recently, in fifth grade, we have been working on the fol­ lowing: creating a Soil and Wa­ ter Conservation poster, author studies, and com piling bro­ chures on North America. We went on a field trip to H eritage Theatre where we learned about the Civil War, the Industrial Revolution, and other drastic changes in American history. . This year, the P.E. Club will be allowed to go to Gamp Hanes for a final field trip on the rope? course. EBOB is coming up soon for fourth and fifth griiders. They ore looking forward to reading the books on Ihe list and com­ peting. Look out .for some Shady Grove students who are also Giri Scouts us Ihey will be sell­ ing cookies soon. Our monthly PTO meeting was held on the Dcc. 9, and some fif)h grade artwork was featured, Our students of the week ore; Honk Polts, Tripp Kelly, Gracie West, Jordan Hein and Hannah RungCi They were allowed to at­ tend nn ice cream social on Dec, 16, They hove been chosen for good behavior. For our Be There program we walked in the Ad­ vance Parade on Saturday, Dec, 13. >tars of the week at Cooieemee Elementary, from left: front - Taylor Hilliard, Yosarl Rodriguez, Alicia Hernandez, Caleb Livengood; middle - Raymond Bowers, Destiny Mayfleld, Jake Barney, Emella Lipnicki; back - Elvla Lascano, Christian Chlcas, Corbin Kopefzki, Tyler Williams, Ashley Dobbins. Mocksville Elementary Terrific Kids for December, from left: row 1 - Miranda East, Zachary Jarvis, Max Swalm, Erick Barron-Ruano, Zeben Cortes-White, Najsal Burts, Kelver Salas-Garcla; row 2 - Desjinae Outlaw, Yasmin Andrade, Ansel Hernandez- Flores, MacKenzie Watson, Joshua Hampton, Garrett Smith, Joel McLaughlin, Madison Qualkenbush; row 3 - McKenzie Tomberlin,, Joshua Robinson, Logan -Wagner, Julia Mlkulskl, Sage Hancock, Emily Lynch, Ben Beaver, Desiree Lewis; row 4 - Sydney Wyatt, Abby Yount, Bobby Mosko, Sofia Ruano, Peyton Beardon, Mirtha Martinez, Madelyn Kurfees, Broc Barnette, Ta’Saun Martin, Blanca Flores- Hernandez, Veronica Garcla-Rodriguez; row 5 - Zachary Clubb, Cameron Jones, Zach Denniston, Maria Müssen, Katlyn Grenley, Bo Rollins, Brianna McKnight; row 6 - Cody Josey, Liam Shaw, Patricia Shores, Michael Mock, Joanna Boole; row 7 - Matthew Reierstad, Jayde Bruff, Kezlah Martin, Kyle Cookson, Greg Jones. Mocksville Elementary students of the month for December, from left: front - Lazarus Torpy. Annamarle Sloan, Richard Garcla-Ramos, Eloy Morales-lbarra, Cynthia Hernandez-Brito, Ben Crenshaw; row 2 - Madison Byeriy, Skyier McPherson, Madisyn Cockerham, Clare Smith, Sidnee Everhardt, Carlos Garcia, Itzel Cruz, Emery Rosenbaum, Anna Corriher, Evan Mang; row 3 - Aubrey McArdeil, Autumn Talley, Amy Seelman, Joshua Spaugh, Caleb Davis, Maranda Jester; row 4 - Matthew Forrest, Savannah Stone, MaKenzie Clubb, Ashley Fowler. MILLER EQUIPMENT RENTAL WINTER IS COi^NG! Bobcat, aerator, corc plugger & more for rent today! Ilwy 601 . Mnck'.viik' |336| 7 5 1 -2 3 0 4 Cornatzer Elementary Cougars of the Week: TJ Smith, Jennifer Calderon, Rhylle Stanberry, Hugo Sanchez, Yaicha Calix, Kimberly O’Rorke, Skyier Laii, Adumarls Reyes, Marlle Stanberry, Eric McMurray, Jose Salgado-Reyes, Cassidy Walsh, Dale Workman, Cameron Thomas, Jasmine Dalton, Lindsay Santiago-, Kelsey Cheeks. 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Please send me a □ 12 Month//v-swe ■ T O D A Y I ■ Subscription to the Subscription = $20,00I Davie County Enterprise Record! ^ ^ ^ out-of-stateISubscription = $25,00 in th is fo rm w it h y ò u r p a y m e n t NAME_____ ADD RESS.I _______________ I Your phone#_____________________________________ I Mall this form along with the amount checktd abov* to: 1 IIII - I I I '••I,.''' ; '*• ; ^Davie County Enterprise Record PC Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 ^ D4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 18,2008 S t u d e n t s R e c o g n iz e d F o r D is p la y in g G o o d C h a r a c t e r Several local students were selected to be character education students for tho positive character traits they display nt school. They were honored by the Dnvie Board of Education members at their meeting Dcc. 1. From Central Dnvie, Principal Beth Weatherman presented Lauren Robbins, from eighth grade. W eatherm an snid o f Robbins, “This Is u young Indy who has hopes of attending-the early college next year. She displays positive character trails every day. She is reliable, polite, chcerful, participates in every class and she also has a knack for getting others to participate (00." Three of her teachcrs spoke and said Robbins “has the kind of character traits lhal will make her an asset to the community when she graduates,” und that she, “is always prepared and always willing to help others." From Pinebrook, 12 students were selected, two from cach grade. They were, from kindergarten. Brock Marshall and Kayla Spilltnan; from Tirsl, Hnnnnh Wnlers and Anthony Aznr; from second,. Sarah Hardin and Jade Waller; third gruders B lake Budd and Heather Hepler; from fourth grnde, Chris Vasquez and Lindsay Crotts, and from fifth grade, M adison M urrs nnd Cnrlos Maltez. Their teachers shared the following comments; "B rock M arshnll shows respect for others nnd always says ‘Thank you’ as ho goes Ihrough the lunch line. He is dependable and makes good choices in the classroom and in the school. He is a pleasure lo teach." "Kayla Spillman is a role m odel in my class. She is trustworthy and tcnches others by exam ple. She is always concerned about her other classmates feelings, and I am thankful she is in my class every day.” “Hannah Waters completes all her academic tusks, und second best is nol good enough for M iss Hannah. She encouruge.s otiicrs to do their best all the time and acts like us my second assistant mnny times. She always has a smiling face and contagious giggles.” “Anthony Azur is n hurd w orker who mnkes friends quickly. He is a good friend to everyone in the class, and is just a genuinely great kid.” “Surah H ardin is very conscientious about ■ her academic work. She is ulwnys kind nnd befriends others to make them' feel welcome. She is honest, loyal and responsible.” “Jade W aller looks on the bright side of life all the time. He treats everyone w ith kindness and is responsible. He ulways works hurd lo do his best, und he demonstrates compassion nnd generosity to everyone.” "Bluke Budd is the type of student every leucher wnnls in their classroom. He brings joy to our classroom. He is helpful, never lenves unybody out,, nnd is truly compnssionnte.” “Heulher Hepler is u very hard worker und friendly lo everyone. She shnres her H O W A R D REALTY - , Serving TJavie County For Over 30 Years! 330 s. 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He is kind and considerate und wants to be u podiatrist.” Student Selected For Honor Society At Gardner-Webb James Bryun Rogers of M ocksvilie was recently selected for membership into the Alphu Sigmu Lum bdn- Gnmma Beln Upsilon Chupter Nntionni Honor Society nt Onrdner-Webb University. •Rogers is m nrried lo Snmnnthn Rogers nnd is the son of B etty und Jnmes Michuel Rogers, Gardner-W ebb G O A L (Greater Opportunity for Adult Learners) students become eligible for selection into Alpha Sigma Lumbda by having an overall GPAthat is in the lop 10 C A S H PAID FOR ANTIQUES, PARTIAL OR WHOLE ESTATES, COLLECTABLES, OLD METAL TOYS, ANTIQUE FURNITURE Gill «rUxir BmUck 33M92-5992 Bear Creek FarmEquestkianCfmer U t U! slmrc our IXLuion for lM>r3C.1 willt ytHil Specializing In thoughtful, compasalonato Inatnicllon lor rider and horss. 4Z8 Allen Road, Mocksvilie, NC 336^92-6451 www,be>rcf»elrf«riii»quettclr,com percent of the senior class and by m eeting other required criteria. 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ISO Marbrook • $239,000 Great New Neighborhood! 109 Marbrook • $269,900 Huge Bedrooms! www.era-premierrealty.com DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 18,2008 - D5 P u b lic N otices NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Admlnlslra- lor of the Eslate of KATHY HAWKINS RAYLE, late of Davle County, this Is to notify ail persons, firms and corporations having claims agalnsl said sslate to presenl them lo Ihe undersigned on or before Inarch 4, 2009, (be­ ing three (3) months from this first day of publication of this notice), or this nolice wiii be pleaded in bar of their recovery. Ali persons, firms and corporations indebled to said estate will please make immediale payment to the undersigned. This Ihe 4lh day of December, 2008. BOBBY WAYNE HAWKINS 3614 Norlh Lakeshore Dr. Clemmons, NC 27028 12-4-41n NORTH CAROLINA ÛAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Exeoulor ot the Estate of CATHARINE C. LITTLE, lale ol Davie Counly, this is lo notify ail persons, firms and corporâlions having claims agalnsl said eslale lo presenl Ihem lo Ihe undersigned on or before Mlareh 4, 2009, (being three (3) months from Ihls firsl day of publication of this notice), or Ihis notice will bo pleaded In bar ol Iheir recovery. All persons, flmis and corporations In­ debted lo said eslate will pleasd make immediale payment to the undersigned. This the 261h day of November, 2008. JOHN F. DEWEY 341 fytlilslone Drive Lexington, NC 27295 MARTIN a VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law Ten Court Square fvlocksvlils, NC 27028 12-4-4ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administra­ tor of the Eslale of MELVIN HAROLD DEHART, late of Davie Counly, this Is to notlly all persons, llrms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to Ihe undersigned on or before February 27, 2009, (b^lng three (3] first day of pi ith&haS'. lice), or this nolice will be pleaded in bar of Ihsir recovery. Ail persons, llrms and corporations indebted to said estate will please make Im­ mediate, payment lo the under­ signed. This the 27th day of November, 2008. ' PAULINE M. DEHART 3059 US Hwy 64 East Mocksvilie, NC 27028 11-27-4tp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of Ihe Eslate of PAUL CLIFTON COCKERHAM, late of Davle County, this Is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said eslate to present them lo the undersigned on or before February 27, 2009, (being three (3) months (rom this first day of publication of this no­ lice), or this notice wili be pleaded In bar of theirrecoveiy. Ail persons, tirms and corporations Indebted to said estate will please make Im­ mediate payment lo the under-, signed. This Ihe 27th day of November, 2008, , ELOISE T. SHELTON 196 Grover Rd, ■ Mocksvilie, NC 27028 11-27-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executrix of the Eslate of ALBERT M. CRA­ TER, lale of Davle County, this is to notify ali persons, firms and cor­ porations inaving claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before March 18,2009, (being three (3) months from this 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 eslate will please make Immediate payment lo the undersigned. This the 8th day of December, 2008, ■ LORENE N, CRATER 250 South Ciaybon Drive Advance, NC 27006 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law Ten Court Square Mocksvilie, NC 27028 VÍ 12-18-41П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Executor of Ihe Eslale of JOHNSIE ETHEL TUCKER SHELTON, late of Davie County, this Is lo notify ail persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate lo present them to the undersigned on or before. February 27, 2009, (being three (3) months from this first day ol publication of this no­ tice), or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and coфorations Indebted to said eslate will please make im­ mediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 27th day ol November, 2008, VON C, SHELTON 153 Woodhaven Ln, Mocksvilie, NC 27028 11-27-41П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS The undersigned having quali­ fied as Executor of the Estate of Ella C. Barkley, Deceased, lale of Davle Counly, Norlh Carolina, gives this notice to all persons, firms, and corporations having claims agalnsl the eslale to exhibit them to the undersigned al the of­ fice of DAVIS & BREWER ATTOR­ NEYS, 104 Stadium Oaks Drive, Suite C, Clemmons, North Caro­ lina, 27012, on or before the ie'" day of March, 2009, or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their re­ covery, All persons indebted to the estate wili please make Immediate payment. This the И ” day of December, 2008. Jack R. Barkley Executor of the Estate of Etta C. Barkley BY: GILBERT T DAVIS, JR. PO DRAWER 786 104 STADIUM OAKS DRIVE, SUITE С CLEMMONS. NC 27012 12-11-41П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY 08SP288 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained in lhat certain Deed of Trust executed by STEVEN W MOORE, AN UN­ MARRIED MAN to D. BARRETT vEiyPQE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Truslee(s), which was dated June 23, 2006 and recorded on June 30,2006 in Book 669 at Page 365, Davie County Registry, Norlh Carolina. Default having been made In the payment of the note Ihereby secured by the said Deed ol Trust and the undersigned, Brock & Scott, PLLC, having been substi­ tuted as Trustee In said Deed of Trust by an Instrument duly re­ corded In Ihe Olflce of the Regis­ ter ol Deeds of Davie Counly, North Carolina, and the holder of the note evidencing said indebt­ edness having,directed thal the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at Ihe courthouse door of the counly courthouse where the property Is located, or the usual and customary localion al the county courthouse for con­ ducting the sale on December 30, 2008 at 12:30 PM, and wili sell to Ihe highest bidder for cash the following described property situ­ ated In Davie County, North Caro­ lina, 10 wit: BEGINNING at an Iron pin lo­ cated at the southeast corner of Polly Qorham' as described In Deed Book 613, Page 181, Davle County Registry, and running thence wilh Ihe east line of Qorham North 05 deg, 24' 16" East 74,94 feet to an iron located in the center line of a 30-foot ease­ ment (Deed Book 187, Pages 80- SI and Deed Book 613, Page 181); thence with the center line of said easement along the south line of Diñarte Correia (Deed Book 187, Page 81) and David A. Bathke (Deed Book 593, Page 508) South 84 deg. 30' 20" East 336.50 leet to an Iron at the north­ west corner of Dwayne S. Cookson (Deed Book 187, Page 80); thence with Cookson’s wesl line South 04 deg. 38' 39" West 430.14 feel to an iron, ttie north­ east corner of Stephen W. Cookson (Deed Book 422, Page 535); thence wllh Stephen Cookson's north line. North 88 deg. 49' 25“ West 404.72 feet to an Iron in the east line of Paul Hendrix (Deed Book 75, Page 281); thence with the following two (2) lines of Hendrix, namely: North 14 deg. 08' 45“ East 169.91 feet to a stone, and North 40 deg. 54' 21" West 339,27 feet to an Iron al Polly Gorham’s southwest cor­ ner; thence with the south line of Gorham South 82 deg, 24' 07" East 281,04 feat to an Iron, the V' point of place BEGINNING and containing 4,499 acres, more or less according to a sun/ey by J, Todd Everhart, PLS, dated June 13, 2006, and also being tho re­ mainder of the property described in Deed Book 187, Page 78, Davle Counly Registry, Also conveyed Is a perpetual, non-exciuslve 30 foot easement for ingress, egress and regress from S. R, 1150 (Godbey Road) lo the subject property with a centerline of the following courses and distances: Beginning at a point located In the centerline of S, R, 1'150; thence North 01 degrees 08 minutes 15 seconds East 1,108.82 feel lo a point; thence North 50 degrees 28 minutes 25 seconds East 142.90 feet lo a point; thence North 51 de­ grees 24 minutes East 110.25 feet to a point; thence North 22 de­ grees 03 minutes East 33.30 feet lo a point; thence North 00 de­ grees 37 minutes West 41.17 feel lo a point; thence North 14 de­ grees 12 minutes West 91.91 feel to a point; thence North 24 de­ grees 55 minutes West 40.37 feet to a point located in the Southern line of the above described Iracl. Save and excepl any releases, deeds of release or prior convey­ ances ol record. Said property Is commonly known as 115 Godbey Acres Lane, 4 Mocksvilie, NC 27028. A cash deposit (no personal chocks) ol five percent (5%) of the purchase price, or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, wili be required at the time of the sale. Following Ihe ex­ piration of the statutory upset bid period, ail the remaining amounts aro immedlelely due and owing. Said property lo be offered pur­ suant to this Notice ol Sale is be­ ing offered tor saie, transfer and conveyance “AS IS WHERE IS." There are no representations of warranty relating to the title or any physical, environmental, health or safety conditions existing In, on, at, or relating lo the property being offered for sale. This sale is made subject lo ail prior liens, unpaid taxes, any unpaid land transfer taxes, special assessments, ease­ ments, rights of way, deeds of re­ lease, and any oiher encum­ brances or exceplions of record. To the best of the knowledge and belief ol the undersigned, tho cur­ rent owner(s) of the property Is/are Steven W. Moore. An Order forpossesslon of the property may be issued pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 In favor ol tho pur­ chaser and against the party or parlies In possession by the clerk of superior court of Ihe county In which the properly Is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or af­ ler October 1,2007, may, after re­ ceiving the nolice of sale, termi­ nate the rental agreement upon 10 days' written nolice to the landlord. The nolice shall also slale lhal upon termlnalion ol a renlal agree- menl, Ihe lenanl Is liable for reni due under the rental agreement prorated to the elfecllve date of the termination. if Ihe trustee Is unable lo con­ vey title io this property for any rea­ son, the sole remedy of the pur­ chaser Is the return of the deposit. Reasons of such Inability lo con­ vey Inciude, but are nol limited lo, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the conllnnation of Ihe saie and reinstatement of the loan with­ out the knowledge of the iruslee. If Ihe vaiidily of the sale is chal­ lenged by any party, the iruslee', In their sole discretion. If they be- . Ileve the challenge to have merit, may request the court lo declare the sale to be void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy. THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. THE PURPOSE OF THIS COM­ MUNICATION IS TO COLLECTA DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, EXCEPT 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 BANK­ RUPTCY PROCEEDING, THIS NOTICE IS GIVEN TO YOU PUR­ SUANT TO STATUTORY RE­ QUIREMENT AND FOR INFOR­ MATIONAL PURPOSES AND IS NOT INTENDED AS AN AT- TEMPTTO COLLECTA DEBTOR AS AN ACT TO COLLECT, AS­ SESS, OR RECOVER ALL OR ANY PORTION OF THE DEBT FROM YOU PERSONALLY. Substitute Trustee, Brock & Scott, PLLC 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington, NC 28403 PHONE: (910) 392-4988 FAX: (910) 392-8587 File No.: 08-15047 12-18-2tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualiliod as Executor of the Estate of JO ANN L. WHELP­ LEY , late of Davle County, this Is to notify all persons, firms and cor­ porations having claims against said estate to presenl Ihem lo Ihe undersigned on or before March 11; 2009, (being three (3) monlhs from Ihis llrst day of publication of this nolice), or this notice will be pleaded in bar ol Iheir recovery. Ail persons, llrms and corporations in­ debted to said estate will please make Inimedlate payment to the undersigned. This the 11 th day of December, 2008. DAVID B. WHELPLEY, JR. 3910 Charmal Pi. Charlotte, NC 28226 12-11-41P NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HOME­ LAND SECURITY, OFFICE OF FINES, PENALTIES, AND FOR­ FEITURES, U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION, CHAR­ LOTTE, NC. December 11,2008. Nolice Is hereby given lhal Ihe fol­ lowing property was seized In Mocksvilie, North Carolina on De­ cember 2,2008, under Ihe provi­ sions of title 18, United States Code, seclion 981, forviolalion of lilie 18, United Slates Code, sec­ lion 1956 and lille 21, Uniled Slates Code, seclion 881: $120,153.63 (U.S. Currency) Anyone asserting an interest and claim lo Ihe property must file, wilhin Iwenly (20) days from Ihe date of first publlcalion of this nor lice, a claim with the Fines, Penal­ ties, and Forfeitures Officer, Cus­ toms and Border Protection, 1901 Cross Beam Drive, Chariotte, N.C. 28217, In default ol which the seized property will be forfeited as prescribed by law. Elizabeth SebIk, FP&F Officer. 12-11-Sin NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Admlnlslra- trix OTA of the Estate ol E L U M AE WOOTEN , late of Davie County, Ihis is to notify ail persons, firms and corporations having claims against said eslate lo presenl them to the undersigned on or belore March 11, 2009, (being three (3) monlhs from this first day of publi­ cation of Ihis notice), or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their re­ covery. All persons, llrms and cor­ porations indebted lo said eslate will please make Immediate pay­ ment lo Ihe undersigned. This Ihe 3rd day of December, 2008. LINDA M. SMITH 320 Speer Road Mocksvilie, NC 27028 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at l^w Ten Court Square Mocksvilie, NC 27028 12-11-41П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY Take notice lhat pursuant to NCOS 160A-268, Davie County Is seeking sealed bids for the follow­ ing equipment: 1978 John Deere Tractor with attachments Alkota 3852 High Pressure Washer This equipment is located at Davie County Public Ulliilies (for­ meriy Davle Counly Waler Depart­ ment), 261 Chaflin Street, Mocks­ vilie, NC. Inquiries should be made by contacting Jeff Crisco al (336)753-6090 orJeff.crisco @co. davie. nc. us. Sealed bids will be received until 3:00 p.m,, Friday, December 19, 2008, and will be opened at lhat lime In the office of Brenda Hunter, Clerk to the Board, Davie County Administration Building, Room 250,123 South Main Street, Mocksvilie, NC. Please label all envelopes "SEALED BIDS". Each bid must be accompanied by a bid security in an amount not less than live percent (5%) of the amourit of the bid. The bid secu­ rity will be retained if Ihe success­ ful bidder falls lo consummale Ihe contract. Security may be in the lorm of cashier's check, certified check, or cash (personal checks wili nol be accepted). The Pavie Counly Board ol Commissioners will consider ail bids at Its'regular meellng on Mon­ day, January 5, 2009 and may at lhal time accept the bid submitted by the highest responsible bidder, or reject any or ail bids. Brenda B. Hunter Clerk to the Board 12-1M ln NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Executor of the Eslale of BRENDA PAYNE BOWLES , late of Davle County, this Is to notlly ali persons, llrms and corporations having claims agalnsl said eslate to present them lo the undersigned on or before March 11, 2009, (being three (3) months from this first day of publi­ cation of this notice), or this nolice wiii be pleaded in bar of their re­ covery. Ali persons, firms and cor­ porations indebted to said eslate will please make Immediate pay­ ment to the undersigned. This the 11 th day of December, 2008. DENISA FLIPPIN WATKINS PO Box 185 Clemmons, NC 27012 12-11-41П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualllled as Executor of tho Estate of BOBBY EUGENE TREXLER, late of Davie Counly, this Is to riotlly all persons, lirms and corporations having claims against said eslale lo presenl them to the undersigned on or be­ lore March 18,2009, (being three (3) months from this first day of publlcalion ol this notice), or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and corporations indebted to said eslate will please make Immedi­ ate payment to iKe undersigned. This the 181h day Of Decem­ ber, 2008. EVELYN F. TREXLER 383 Turrentine Ch. fid. Mocksvilie, NC 27028 12-18-41П NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of Ihe Eslate of JOE PRESTON TUCKER, lale of Davie Counly, Ihip is to notify all persons, firrhs and corporalioris having claims against said estate to present them to Ihe undersigned on or be­ fore March 18,2009, (being three (3) months from this first day of publlcalion ol this notice), or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol Iheir recovery. Ail persons, firms and corporations indebted to said estate will please make immedi­ ate payment to the undersigned. This the 8th day of December, 2008. SUNNI TUCKER MCKNIGHT 464 Brushy Min. Tri Advance NC 27006 12-18-4Ш NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as CO-Execu- lors of the Eslale of BETTY P. SW ICEGOOD, lale of Davle County, this Is to notlly all persons, firms and corporations having claims agalnsl said eslate to present them lo the undersigned on or belore March 18,2009, (be­ ing three (3) months Irom this Iirst day ol publication of this notice), or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. Ali persons, finns and corporations indebted to said estate will please make immedi­ ate payment to the undersigned. This Ihe T8th day of Decem­ ber, 2008. JANICE PEELER 350 Shady Knoii Lane Mocksvilie, NG 27028 MARY DAVIS P.O. Box 6 Yadkinville, NC 27055 VANESSA BOWEN • 5380 Spalnhour Mill Rd. Tobaccovilie, NC 27050 , 12-18-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Co-Admin­ istrators ol the Estate of BETTY GREENE SMITH, late of Davle Counly, this is lo notlly ail persons, firms and corporations having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before March 4, 2009, (be­ ing three (3) monlhs from this firsl day of publlcalion of this notice), or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, llrms and corporations Indebted to said estate will please make Immediale payment to the undersigned. This the 24th day of November, 2008. STACEY A, SMITH 200 Mill Creek Drive Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526 JUSTIN P, SMITH 3710 Apt, G, Cotswold Drive Greensboro, NC 27410 MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys al Law Ten Court Square Mocksvilie, NC 27028 12-4-4tn NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor of Ihe Estate of ORA P, BRAMMER, late of Davle Counly, Ihis Is to no­ tify ail persons, llrms and corpora­ tions having claims against said estate lo presenl Ihem to the un­ dersigned on or before March 4, 2009, (being three (3) months from this first day of publication of this notice), or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and corporations In­ debted to said estate wiii please make immediate payment to Ihe undersigned. This the 4th day of December, 2008. JAMES D. MEADOWS 478 Cherry Hill Rd. Mocksvilie, NC 27028 12-4- NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY OF ORDINANCE - Town ot Bermuda Run NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuanl lo G.S. 160A-102, of adoption ol an ordinance amend­ ing the Charter ol the Town of Ber­ muda Run. At Iheir regularly scheduled Council Meellng on December 9, 2008 Ihe Town Councii of Bemiuda Run adopted an Ordinance (02008-02) which amends Ihe Town's charter and changes the method of electing Council Members lo “Residency Voting", as set out in G.S. 160A- 101 (6) c. Under this method ol voling, Ihe Town of Bermuda Run Is divided inlo single member elec- lorai dislricis, wilh council mem­ bers being apporlloned lo Ihe dis­ tricts so thal each member repro- senls the same number of per? sons as nearly as possible, and councii members shall reside In and represent the districts accord­ ing to the apportionment plan so adopted, but all candidates shall be nominated and elected by ail Ihe qualllled voters ol Ihe Town. This ordinance was adopted alter meeting the legal requirements lor a Resolution ol intent and Public Hearing on this mailer. 12-18-1 In I GENE TREXLER ROOFING Now & Old Rods Small Repair Jobs Froo Esilmalos 336-284-4571 METALROOFING 3' Coverage • 30+ Colors 25 Year Warranty Post Frame Buildingscall for prices! 1-888-278-6050 MID-STATE METALS ol the Carolinas, LLC Hartis Pool & Supplies lbiiig>Cli№*:é>MtSÿiliidda^ Opeii«lCtoii«<Via)l liner folliti Tommy Hams/Owncr-Over 20 Yrs. Exp. 277 Plea.sant Лсгс Dr., Mocksvillc HodW (33612844817 с b K A R Y A U I4> S A b i:S FO R S A L E : Cars • Trucks Utility Buildings Carports: All Sizes, Ail Galvanized All Size Dog Lots336-751-3442 Mooksvllle, NC RANDY MILLER &SONS 2W Miller Road •Mocksvilie (336) 284-2826 ’ Now Pumplny Septic Tanks • Skid steer Work Trencher Work Hiiuling . . . vi*» '*----"* D6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 18,2008 D A V IE - C L E M M O N S Call Monday-Friday 8 AM-5 PM TOLL FREE 1-877-751-21» F A X : 7 0 4 -6 3 0 -0 1 5 7 E M A IL : C L A S S A D S @ S A L IS B U R Y P O S T .C O M ЯЕАСИ OVER29,000 READERS EVERY WEEK! Run 3 Weeks Get 4th Week FREE! m ________Giving away somettilns of ;under $500? 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Apply In person at NC State Veterans Home, 1601 Brenner Ave., Bldg. 10, Salisbury. Llve*ln holp noodod noor Clommons to assist oldorly lody. Salary plus room and board. Coll ЭЭО>70О-3734 Drivers & Transportation DRIVERS - ASAPI SiQn on bonus. 35*41 cpm. Earn ovoi $1000 wookly. ExcoHont bon- ofits. Nood CDL-A A 3 mos rocont OTR. 877-25e-87B2, www.moliontnick.com Drivers - Milos & Frolghl: Po­ sitions avallablo ASAPI COL< A with lankor required. Top pay. promium bonoWs and MUCH MOREI Call or vlalt us onlino. 077*484‘306e. www.oakIdytrdn8por1.com DRIVERS- CDL-A; Wookond Homo Tlmoi Flatbod Compa­ny. PAID Vacation/Holidays, Full BenQllls, 401 k. OlTOCt Do- posK & MOREI 6 months OTR required. DOO-441-4271 X NC-100. HAPPY HOLIDAYS from Roohl Traneport. Expoftonco tho Powor of Rod. *Joln Roohl's aworU winning flool of 40 years and Siudonis wol- A roquirod.still growing, come. ClassTraining Avallablo. AA/EOE 868 807.0345. QoRoohl.com IMMEDIATE OPENINGS. CDL A teams, O/OPs and company drivors noodod. Eam up 10 $2.45 por milo. Ammo oxporionco q plus. $2.000 sign-on bonus, f-000- 035-9471. Driver Metal Sales Mfg. a nationwide manufacturer ol motai building components. Is In need of a Full \lme regional class A-CDL driver operating out of our Mocksvllle, NC facility. Multiple stop flatbed routes could bo 2*3 nights out. Operat­ ing In NC, SC. VA, and parts of WV. Home weekends and holidays. Late model Ryder leased equipment, new trallors with Roll-Tlte torplng conversion systems. You provide 3 years verilied'driVlnj-expi with clean driving rocord and good customer sen/lce abilities. Pay Is basod on mileage, stops,hours and chocks with a $750/week minimum guarantee. Call Shelly Leazer @ eoO'228-6119 or stop by our plant @ 168 Quality Drive In Mocksville. Child Care & Domestics Jlfe w T o d a y ! Counsolort A site directors for YMCA Doloro & Altor School K-5 program. Provide chlldcaro. charactor dovolop' mont, homework asslslarKo. Must bo 18 with HS diploma. 2;30-6pmM-F Apply of.Oavlo YMCA, 215 Comolory St General Willing to educate a highly motivated individuu) lor a re­warding career in financial services. Call 336-920-4862 lor InlQcvlow. Call Classifieds to place your yard sale ad... 1-877-751-2120 RN/LPN, flrsl Shift. fuH or part-llmo. CNA. 3om-l1pm I 11pm-7am. Call Health Corv toral ЗЭе-9Ве-6775 "^ а 5 !в Т П с 1 !т т о м Г Yard S a le i Mocktvllle LlqutdMing tnilde Yard Sale. No геавогь аЫо ollar win bo refused. 114 Turkoyfool Road, Dec 6.13 Ä 20.iam-4pm Mocktvllle. 351 Madbon Road. (Olf 601 by Burger King.) Hugo $1 Sale. Oioantjc Yard Sale. Ovor 1,000& Uaed (toms! Everylhing is $11 Friday Docombor 1ET A Sal­urday Docombor 2tr, Bom' until. 336-772-6760 • lbrtl4iiM/C«ll«e«llw • Д|1(/С(ай1Л Ш м • hUdl4l4«l|Mant/ S441IIM , ‘ • Id llN H E frifM II/ . »<»»««•• MinwnitlantM • ш ш ’ш к т т • С м и М п «М м п • liMetaKpljiaMt • ram M M N fK M 'l • Пмм/ПиМ • r iM V M in ' • М 1 Ш ' • в а м « 1 Т ц | •№ntln|IFIlMi| • Jiwky • lawn a (МпМ n id i hnilce • Иас»1»а(|Яи|||'' »Miicalt^ lilinil '• • И и М Ь М /И п М • tp o r tliiliM li ’-': V. •Tlckita • т т ш . ; WMlolarMi; : Antiques á ColleetlbiM ANTIQUE SHOPPIRSIMako Solma your desUnaUon. Antique shops and malls opon daily. Selma la jusl 26 milQS East of Ratelgti of oxtt 98 off 1-95. Cefebrafe d s b y 's R e s t C h e is tm a s f Pliotos will publlsli on Clirlslmas Day. Sliare your new addition witii your family & friends, near & far for: ■ only $10 for full color picture blocki DAVIB C ^ N T Y _ _ ENTBRI>RI/^GCORD L O t f f l M E R i " Deadline tor piiotos; Thursday, Decetnlief 18 ■ tax: 704-630-0157 ■ email: classads®sallsburypost.com • call; ClasslllBds at 704-797-4220 (visvmc/amex) ■ drop ott or mall: Sallsbuty Post PO Box 4639,131 W. Innes St., Salisbury, NO 28145 Baby's Name: _ Date of Birth: _ Parent’s Name: _ Contact Name; _ Contact Number:, Clothes Adult & Children Coal, black toalhor good con- ditlQn.$15.0Q Suodo loothoi skirls. Exo. conditloni $22.r)0 All 8120 4/6. 704-637-3379 Coat Blackflight coal with fur Ifnod hood. Slzo 3 XL $20. Qood condition. 704-036- 99B3t)01oro 8pm. Computers & Software Computer. Brand now HP Laptop. 2QD. 15.4* wido scroon. 120 QB hard drtvo. $500. 704-033 04Ö0 Monllor, Dell 10". Orondnow $100. Microsoft Word. 2007. Student vorsion. $100. Both stm in box. 336-751-9380 Electronics Television, Magnavox.25" color. Uko now. $45. Pieaso call 33e-oe4-197i; 'or moro infonnotlon. Exercise _ E 2 u i£ m e n t_ Qym oqulpmorn. Like now. Works arms, logs, and abs. Somo wotahta included. $80. Ploaso cair336-684-1975 Fuel & Wood Firewood For Saie Roady to Burn, you haul. Ploase Call 330-492-7331 HOLIDAY FIREWOODAll hardwood. 560 par load Roady to burn. Alonso call 704-239-5508 Furniture & Appliances CoruoloTVbyRCA27", $75. Roose hitch wilh 2‘ ball. $200. Crock Compad vacuum ctoanor. $55. 704-636-8306 Couch and loveseat. Good condition and attractivo. 704* 636-7738. Beal offer or $125.00 Large wooden dresser for baby, changing tabto on lop. 707-636-7738.$30.00' Maytag washer, агч>гох1' matoly (ivo* yoare okl, gooc cond. 704-636-7736. $100 01 best oltor. RECUNER, MICnOSUEDEGrool condilton, ovoretulfod, camel color. $90. Ploaso call ООП18О704.40М743. Rolrlgeratorby GE. Side by sido with Ico maker. Good condition. $250. Call 300-098-^74 Sofa Ш In plastic. Must soli. SlOdwiihdeilvory. Please call Loon 81330-392-3349 Sofa, Duncan Phyle. Rocov- orod. Excellont condilton. $400 negoliabio. Roaso call 704.786-8275 Used piano, Cable Nelson upright, good cond. Must bo ablo lo move H. 636-7738. $200 or bost olfor Games & Books, Winnie Iho Pooh 17 books in all. hardback, now condition. 704 037-3370 $15.00 Furniture & Appliances Afr condltlor>erl*t10, $75. Hairdryer, $20. Ploaso caí 704-857-18Ö7 BED SET, 5PC. SOLID OAK FULL. Palnlod whito needs repainting. $150. Call Donlso 704-401-4743 Bods, pmow tope biand now with warranty. Must soil. F-$169. Q-$196. K-$250. Coil 3364»8-506a Blanket / Hope Cheat, atill In carton, light oak. boautilul. $450. For moro infomiatton. pkiaao call 704-245-5230 Dunk Bods.Ntee sol, wood. 2 now mattresso8.$125 lim^. 336-098-3056 Computer desk with drawer, keyboard shelf & hutch. Prim- or coit on castors. 48w 24d 50h with mapk) wood finish. 704>642'049g Need a new washer or dryer? Want to gel rid ofttiepid one? Call us to place anadio iielpsell that old appliance! 1-877-751-2120 Jswelry Diamond Ring. 14 carrot yol- low goW, slzo 7. Minimum ol 1.5 carrot band stylo. Botnlls at $1500. sollinn for $500. 704-276-2234 IHachlne & Tools Track loadgr, MF200. Wilh backhoo attochmont. Rune Sood. Noflds brako woctc. 0,500.336-040-6057 Medical J | 2 u ¡ £ m e n t _ Motorized wheelchair. $500. Plug in rochargo.Will dolivor. Call 04-647-0977, loavo mo ssago. MIsc For Sale J Ife w T o d a i/! 15 PEOPLE WANTED tolose up to 30 lbs In 30 Oaysl 100% GuarflntoodI Dr. Roo- ommondodi .$30. Call 704- 213-6355 BABY ITEMSnursing pillow, monitor, win warmer, diaper slakor & wall' or 704-633-9194 lAn $50. Baby/ToddlerToya $5.00Call(7ÍM)239-0582 Cutting Torch comploto, $250. Sllhl chain8awif310,$175. Ploase call 704-857-1867 Golf Cluba, Callaway Big Bortha driver 10*. Strata Put- tor, now. Wilt sou separate 33e-470-0480bolh $50.00 Jewefry Box, ...itianooua. $5.00 {704)230-0582 New cutlery set for sale. 17-ptoco Siitzer cutlery sol In caso. Qroat gift. 704-655- Oil Drum with oil, $225. Cofloo 1аЫо,$30.Ironing board. $6. Ptoaso call 704-636-4632 Plastlo bags, 16 boxes ol plastic bogs (500 por box). $10 oach or $160, Ploaso call 704-636-7767 Pool tabto. 8* efate drop pockot. Qroat condilton. Ac- cossorlos Indudod. $409. You move. 704-270-6393 Mise For Sale SATCHEL BY DOONEY ^ BURKE. Brand Now. Navy Blue Satchol from QVC. Call 704-833*3364. $125. Square playpen $12.00 Call(704)239-0582 Stato Quartere, 2 sets, игк:1г' culalod. 0 & P mint. Short IS slatos. Approx. 134 available. $130 (or all 704-934-2579 STEEL ARCH BUILDfNQS: Many sizos. End of year saio- ropod and cancotod ordorsi Wai sell (or balanco owed. Call for HUGE savlngsl 800-352-0718 Troyblft Pressure Washer. Like new. 2600 psi. 5.0 Honda. $260. 704-вЗв-936в Woodstove, Sierra. Freestanding, cast Iron. HoatsSood. $150. Ploaae call 336- 92-5570 for more info. Wreathe. Now, boautilul Chrlslmas wroalhs with deco­rativo bwvs/omboliishmonts. $25-35. 704-636-7348. L^l SportingGoods CAMPINO TENT811x1011. Tent with carry case sloops 5.704 857-2945 $65.00 Want to Buy Merchandise TlmbM Pino or Hnni-wood. 10 flcroa w rno/o. So- toci лп(1 dour cut. Shnvor Woodpfoijucie, Inc. 7M 27ft- 0201.Niÿ'«704-278-4433 DogIS FREE Jock Russel/chl- huahuo mix. lb yoar oW malo. Froo to good homo. Ploaso can 704. Pit Bull Pupe. Rod ГЮ80. 4 malos, 6 (omalos. Falhor is eOibs. ADBA roglatorod. $300 oach. 704-309-6554. Schneuxer Mix. 3 month old fomalo. Froo to good Indoor homo. Ploaso call 704-6334770 Horses Horseshoeing since 1971. all typos.Joo Wagos 336 682-7950 Livestock Hay for sale. May havo oats, foscuo, orchard grass in it. $3/balo. Square batos. Call 704-540-2532 other Pets Guinea Pigs. 2 pigs with cages and accossonos. Hond raised. Reasonably priced. Ploaso can 338-7Г-- •U natock •O H w rita •P a ta U m tK k t m lt n Cats FREE kittens. 2 boltio tod kit­tens. liilor box trained. M/F. To Good Homo Only, Coll 704-857-1523 / 704-'t33-7523 Dogs Boxer. Approx. 4 yoars old. malo. Nouiored. up lo dato on shots. Ffoo to good homo. 336-407-6219 Chow PupsFuilbtoodod. Black.Roady for Chrlslmas. $f00. 336-940-3892 FREE Boxer/PIt mix. 5 year old male. Tame/Hyper. Freo lo good homo. Ptoaso calf for moro inlo. 704-223-0598 FREE daschund/chihuahua mix, 6 yoar oM (omal. Black. Swoot and loving. Ptoaso call 704-223-0508 lor moro Info.' ^ ___Puppies. Boxors, 3 matos / 3 fomatoa. Tails and dowciaws dono. Dowoonod. $250. 704-546-3644. time (or Chrlstmasi AKCfogl&torod, maio and tomaio, first shots given, bolh parents on sito. $600 firm. Por serious buyers only, ploaso call • BgslnMi OpportunltlM • UgilNatlcM • F ita lU t • iMtwllon • LosiaFomd • Monumml/tanMlxir loll • Nollcai • Spadai OccattoM • naval O w w tM ltlM Business Opportunities 100% RECESSION PROOF.Do You Earn Up lo $800/day (potential)? Your own local route. 25 Machines and Can­dy. All (or $0.995. 1-888-753- 3458. MultlVond, LLC NV Free stuff BEAQLEFound beanie pup al Landis elm school. Ptoaso call lo idontlfy 704-890-2775.Loavo messago FREE doga. Ono collie, ono small mix brood. To good home oniy. Ptoaso cali (or moro In lo. 704-630^1005 FREE Labrador pupptos. 8wooks old. 2 choccuto, 3 black. Please call 704-239- 6242 ask lor Gary. FREE Lebrador/Shar-Pelmix to loving homo. Toddy la 6 monlhs oTd. Very toving Aplay(ul. Call 704-245-в364 Instruction ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINEIrom homo. Medical, Oust- ness, Paralogal, Computors, Criminal Justice. Job placo- mont os&istanco. Computot availAbto. Financial aid 11 qualiliod. Call 806-858-2121, Lost & Found Found Dog, Black, while, and tan; medium slzo. Found at Hürloy YMCA. 704-637-1188 Found Dog. Poodle found on Long Street, Salisbury. Ploase call to Idontlfy. 704-638-5700 FOUND dog. Schnauzor, malo. Oldor, possibly blind. 12/14 on WhHo Rd. by trans- for stotion 704-245-1893 FOUND small dog near Overton schookall to Idomify. Ploaso call 704-603-8055 Thoro's a w onderful w orld around us. Full of fascinating placos. Intorosting pooplo. Amazing cultures. Im portant challenges. But sadly, our kids aro nol gotting the chanco to (earn about Ihelr world. W hon surveys show lhat half of America's youth car\not locate India or Iraq on a map, then w o hove to w onder what thoy d o know about thelr world. That's w hy w o created fviyW ortdorfulW orld.oro. ft’a part of a froo National G eographlc-lod cam paign to qWo your kids Iho pow or o f glob al know ledge. C o there today and help them fiuccoed tom orrow. Start with our freo parent and toacher acilon kllQ. And (et your kids begin Ihe adventure of a IKetlme. ft'» a wonderful wortd. £xptor«l My V/onde»’fMl iVorld.oi-j A câAHuiv' Notices DAVI6 PnEQNANCY CARE Cvnior offon conridontial and truo prognancy toils, support sorvlcos and rolorrals. Mako a hoalth/ choic« lor your iilol Call 336-753 HOPE lorappt DONATE YOUR VEHICLE • Receive $1000 Grocery Coupon • United Breast Can­cer Foundalton- Froo Mam­mograms. Broasi Cancer info: www.ubcf,lnfQ. Free Towing, Tax Deductibto, Non-Runners Accopted, 1-e68-46»-5904. ), Mary Doth Link Lewis, am nol rosponslbto for Rodger Leo Lowis financially oi othotwlso. H o m e s fo r S a le H o m e s fo r S a le Home«» Government fund­ing available for oil homo buyers who own land or havo family laryi. $0 down, oasy financing. Call 336-340- ..........Ill« area at DeadmonA Wall Wilson. Vory nice 3BR. 2BA, 2-car garago homo on landscaped .75 acre comor lol. $ 140,000 or ronI to own $850 ond 3-mo deposit, Ploaae call 330-7S3-0323 Classifleds 1 -8 7 7 -7 5 1 -2 1 2 0 __________________Ctydo Hall Enterprises, Inc. THE MADISON Our Most Popular Capo Cod Design. Built on your lot. $114.900. For mote inlormallon, please coll us todayl 70-1-746-4492 Notices To those who exprossod their sympathy in somany bonuliful a/Kf practl cal ways during our rocorit boroavomont, wo охюгк! ouf honrtlolt lhanks. Tlw Sullivan Family Special Occasions DMr triandi t tamlly, thanks for tho cards, I0II07 tickets & your prosonco at tlw birthday party of Lily Mabe A twin Coby. Happy HoikJaysl Dearest Ivey, Congratula­tions on all your accomplish- montsi You aro a prodous ladyl I am so happy (or youi Love, Mom • lwln«wO|i|i«twltlM • CMdH/rgwnlMmM • HanMltiildera • KaoN lor Sala • Inm tawatProiM ty• lakaftoiMitif • M far Sala • lo ti lor Sala • Maaiitact)ir«IH«M O ttlm • M aaiifactindHom Salai • M aailM tM a4H«M lo ti for Sala • MaaifactiirailHoiM S arylcatllaiM ln • M ortfiiaSanlcaV U am • Rtal fatala S ifricH •R ta lE K ili-C o n n w clil • RawrlIVacatlan Propart» •W a « M :R M lE ititi A p a rtm e n ts & C o n d o s fo r S a le Clemmone. Located ln WostrkJgo ol Tanglowood. 2BR, 2BA palto homo. Good accosa lo I 40 and near by shopping. 336-766-77602 Land for Sale Acreage, 324W00dsd Ptus2 ctoorod buikling silos, 2,4- 3.0 acres rural soRlno'road fronlago. 336-402'2M4 Mocksvllle. 1.0 acre lot oil Pino Rldgo Rd. Tax value 1s tOk ptus. For aato at $8,500 firm. 336-284-2734 Manufactured Home Sales 4BR, 2BA Now Homo. 6 Year Wflrranly. Cheap, Cheap. Won't LasI Lor>g. eee-203-0t2e Builder he« 4 Horn««In this area.Will Finance. CheapI 1*' Come. 704-030-6400 Builder Ov*r«tock«d.3 and 4 Bedrooms. N o* Accepting Bkls. 70Í630-0149 1 • Davio County Reslderrti,3 BR home roady to move in. Choop Payments.1I20 Divorce Sato3BR. huge living area with ~:h for a Ыд famlfy on 688-203-6128porciland. Foreclosure Setel 3BR. 2BA. Accopting Bkls. 704-6304)149 Limited Federal Funds Aval- abto for homos. 0 Down, low payment, no cloelng costs ll you own land. 704-630^400 Mocksvllle. Owner will linanco. 2BR, 2BA. 14 ft x 70 ft. ЗЛУ. $525/mo. All appll­ancos. W/D. Convontont to 1-40, Call 336-961-2777. R e s o rt & V a c a tio n P r o g e j^ NC U N D UOUIDATICNI Mounlaln and Coastal Es- tatos up to $80,000 OFFl Prtoos (rom $29,0001 Ashovilto and Boone aroa pioportlos. 800-455-1981, ex- 1.101. VQVtt.lflnd8toalfl.com Wanted: Real Estate Mocksvllle, townhouse In MIKIt^ Way. Convonioni location, 20R/2BA, Ih уоагв old. Unit 118, boautilul pool complex $110,500. Call 336- 470-2051, 338-655-3447 01 336-751-5448, H o m e s fo r S a le 3BR, 1.SBA, houso. Corpott, now palm and carpot. Í175 eq.1t. $82,000. Call tor Inlor- matlon, 33d-909-0445. Bad crodit OK, t00% FIfwnc- Ing 155 Camdon Cl. зав/2ВА. Shady Grove School, 1260 81, built 1097, 1 00 cul-do-sao loncod lot. $139,000, $0dwn.$107iVmo. Kirn-Ownor 071-0631 Real Estate - Wo will buy your house today. All cash. Fast sotllomont. Any condi­ tion. Hon« Real Estit*. (336)722-1122 •(p a rtM iti • CoMlci/ •U k a rro p w tirlM a l • iM lta rla a t •W flta l С а и м к М М й • P M tm lM lfM lM •H M ilM tin ilN M M lata •И м иГаМ дгМ И м п fa ilM •R a a M tlV iM lM i lliata b •R a iM M ta W iiiM •Raaattfarllaat •S totait • Wagtadlallairt ^ A g a r tm e n ts Moctavllle SuriMt Tarrac« ApaHnionla, I & 2 BR, Hall piwiisl monlh Irosi All appis, HVAC.3M-75(-0iee H o u s e s f o r R e n t Advance. 420 Qun Club. 4ВП, ША, hoat pumplAO, now romodol, 1,450 SfT ap- pls, W ac, no insido pels, $675/mo + dop 336-098-7003 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec, 18,2008 - 7D Call Monday-Friday 8 AM-5 PM TOLL FREE 1-I77-751-212I F A X ; 7 0 4 -6 3 0 -0 1 5 7 E M A IL : C L A S S A D S @ S A U S B U R Y P O S T .C O M REACH OVER2 9 ,0 0 0 READERS EVERY WEEK! Run 3 Weeks Get 4th Week Givine FREE! i . eiCXUBi-AQSr,Srt ' ^ Include a photo wilh your auto, house or ipet ad and run it lor 4 weeks for only $10 $5.00 8 WSSk У п Ш Ш МUnlimited Words H o u s e s fo r R e n t Bear CreelTChurch Mdi 10[acre« -f. 3QR/1BA, baso' I ment. shop building, bams, i pond. Wm R Oavto Sdiool, I $625/то 4- doo 4 refs. Ь36-751-5вге '/MBormudfl Run Country dub Rent to Own. Э OR, 2 Ц QA ,f.l townhouie. garage. ’ 20« , ' > SQ.ft. ftcfoss (rom go« course, , lake in back. S6,000 down. W $t,O0Qmonm.7O4-e3O^»95 Bermuda Run County Club f 3BR, 2.5BA, gar., 2.000>SF, corner unit, lako/golf view. $1800/mo. 704-630-0695 Century 2t Triad 336-7St-oae7 SSOMcCultouQhRd., Moekavllte3/49R, IBA. $67S/monlh 120WaverlyDr.- Advanco Located In Klndoflon. 3BR,2DA. Availablo oflor Doc.17*' $110(ymonth 5020-H Thoroughbred Lit. Upper lovol, 2QR, 2BA condo. TaslofuHy decorated, liropiaco, neighborhood pool, dub- house. an oppliancos Including washer S dryer. 1 yr. toaso roq. $70(ymo. 6916 King Charles Ct., Clemmons. Two story lownhomo. Freshly paint­ed. 2 BR. 2 BA All appll­ancos including washer & dryer. 1 year ioaso roq. $675/tT>onih 5926 King Charles Ct., Clemmons. Two slory lownlKxno. Brand now kitcheni Fresh paint ond carpot. 2 BR, 2 BA, aii ap- pliances Including washer & dryer. 1 year loose req.$695/monlh 540 E Lexington Road, Mocksvlll«. 2BR,2BA, LR ondDon.$50(Vma 6S4BEL«xingtonRd.. Mocksvlll«. 3BR.2 BA, Oil hoat. $375'mo. 155 Tuttorow Road. Mocksvlllo. 5 BR.4hBA, Ovor 4.000 SF with baso- mon(. All appliances In­cluding washer & dryer. $1,30a'month 250 Ken Owlggln^ Mocksvitle. 4BR.-20A. Greal Location. $75(VmOi 137 A 139 Sterling Dr., Mocksville. 2BR,2BA lownhorrws. Brand new with garage. $77&^mo. ea. BMC Business Park-Commercial Spacoa avali- abto on Iho comor of Hwy 64 ond Dalton Rd Coll Century 21 Triad 336-751-0067, Ext. 213 Mon-Fri 8am-Spm OR 336*781 *5555 E xt 213 nights and weekends. H o u s e s f o r R e n t Coole«me«. Wostviow Avo. 2/3BR. 2BA. Attached car­port. small basomont, & slor­ago building. $600/month plus deposit. 336-492-6264 or 336-762-2706 Davi« County 2BR/taA and also 3BW1.5BA Singlo wIdo HUBmobüo home, comod. 336-675-2101 wel- Davi« County Rental Prop­erty Avallabto For informa­ tion. pieaso caí Contury 21 Triad at 336-751-0067 or vls- •orlnformotk coll Century 21 Triad al 336-751-0067 or visit ERA Premier Realty JackI« Coulston 336-753-6777 or ЗЭв'7в1-2095 MOCKSVIUE-Updated, cottage. 3BR, IBA, porch, gari * ■ ADVANCE-Spadoua now homo with hurdwoods. 3- 4BR,2BA.4*'BR or bonus room, gas tog fireplace, garago. $12Wmonth. A0VANCE-2BR. IBA with hardwoods, dining area basement & garage. $75(Vmonth ADVANCE-3BR.2BA W- tovel with dock, garage A wired outbuining. ' SOSO/month. MOCKSVILLE - Chaitoston №dge. Smoke (roe. well maintained 3BR, 2BA w/vauftod collings, garden lub & separate shower, oversize 2-car garago A deck.$95Q^month. MOCKSVILLE-North Main. 2BR, IBA. hardwoods, living room, dining room, oat- inkitchen, basement. $60(Vmonlh. ERA Premier Realty JackI« Coulston 336-753-6777 or ЭЭв'751 • 2089 Lak« Myera, November 3rd lo April 3rd - Spacious 1 bed­room, 1 bath furnished take front villa for rent. Cabto and Wotor fncludod. Moteroo Eioctric. $500.00 per month ♦ Eioctric. Must bo obto lo pass a criminal background chock, Flrsl and last months rent due immedlatoly. To eel in an ap­pointment lo vtow or tor moro Info call 336^69-5378. Mocksvlll« 2BR/1BA,on private fami k>l. heat pump, convontont 10 shopping. $45Q'mo * dop * roferoncos. 336-751-5628 Mooksvlile ront lo own, 1 ac, 3BR/1BA, w orkup, 2 bams, garden spot, horses welconfM $e95/mo. 336-961-2777 H o u s e s f o r R e n t Cliurch Rd. E|l. Virtually all newl Totaiv renovated. 4BR, 2 FuH BA. Living room, eat-ln kitchen with new applances. Refrtgerator, ranoo, ml- crowAve hood and dishwash­er. Wafihei/dryer connoo- tlons. New electric hoat pack- Central heat A olr, OutbuiU- ings with eleclrto, largo lot Wm, R. Davio Elomontory School Oistrtct. No Pots. No Smoking. 336-753-8357 Modcsvlfl«.2BR,1DA. Rovl- laDzed cottage, private bock yard. Living room, kitchen, Complotely remodetod. Rock­ing chav front porch, scre«ned-ln bock porch. New eleclrto, phimblng, windows, doors, kitdien, bath, paint In­side ond out. Range, refr{ge^ alor. heat & air. Can bo busi­ness or rosklenlai. Zoned; Town Center. 336-753-8357 Uockavlll«. In town tocation. 2В а IBA. Oopoett roquirod. $550/month. Pieaso coll 336- 492-6351 lor moro into. PENNINGTON A CO. 336-99»-»400 336>00»<1747 Qermanton Road - HWY 6, Wtnston-Batem - Duplex 2BR.lBA.$625/month. $625/deposit. Includes yanjwork and water. 336-998-9400 ootion 2 SunnydeH L«n•- M ock•vlll«-38R,гBA.Fenced backyaid. $65Q/mon\h.$^ deposit. 336-906-0400 optton 4 Parker ROMt, Mocksvlll« > 3BR, 2BA. $aO(Vmonlh, $600 deposit. 336-996-9400 options B«naon 8trM t-2B R . 1 BA,$COQ^month4$600 deposit, 336-998-0400 option 7 Mr. Lmdtord/OwnM>-3-4 BR Rentals. Do you have one empty? Cal us, we havo qualllied applicants CoodoeATownhom«« available soon. Cal Janioe for more Informatton. 336-909-0747 Commercial Pnapartles/ Businesses for lease or sato. Call Janice McDantol 336-000-0747 Pennington A Co. 336-M6-M00 33640^^47 TWINBROOK- fmmaculale 3BR. 1.5 BA brtok ranch. Now carpot A paint. Approx. 1600 sq It. $d0(Vmo, + $900 sec. dep. No pots, lYr toaso lo- qulred. Cal Mary Hendridca O 336-MO-7077 Land for Rent Advance. Large, ntoe mo­ bile home space for ront on Rodford Rd. Davio Cty, $175 per mo. Cafl 336-998-4508 O ffic e « C o m m e rc ia l R e n ta l BCM Buslnata Park, Forsalo or Ioaso, 0,000 sq. ft. building. 1500 lo 4500 sq It units. Commercial lots lor sole or will bmu lo sull ton- am. 336-098-3165 M a n u fa c tu re d H o m e L o ts Advance.Mobile homo tot. 07 or nowor. 2 months froo ront. 336-098-2872 Manufactured Home for Rent Advano«. For Ront or Solo. Loss than 1 mik) from EUfs Middle. New doublewkk). $65(Угтю, Taking appllcatk^ns. Call 336-940-5221 forinfo. Advene«. Ntoe socludod mobao homo on boautilul woodod tot. 2BR, 20A. car­port. storage buikling.W/D, fenced in back yard. $650/mo. 336-072-3819 • Mocksvllle 4BR, 2BA, private fenn k)t, hoot pump, firoptoco. Convoniont lo shop­ ping. $700Лпо 4 doposit 4 references. 336-751-5628 Mockavllle, Must Sool Private sottingl 2BR/2DA. all appllancos, central hoat A air, dock, A garago. No smoking. No pots. $600/mo. plus doposil. 336-9g6-36d6. Mockivlli«.2DR.1BA. Prt­vato wooded lot. No Inskfo pots. Wfitor Included. Ro(oi- encos a must, $375/monlh plus deposit. 336-284-2288 basement, carport, contrai hoat A air, $70C^n« pkts doposit. 336-009-0664 Mockavllle. Roady Now 2 BR brick house, fumlshod, also etoctrto. $55(V mo 2BR, 1 BA mobile home, prtvolo lot. 704-267-5561 0«B«ltvRd.noarYadkW Davto Co. lino. 14x60,2BR. 2 BA overìooking smaB pond. Qutot focatlori. No largo pois or aggressive broeds. Access to W .8„ Mocksvllle. or Yad- kInvUto Is easy 15-20 mln. drtvo. Long lorm ronters $55<Vmonlh. $550 ‘Cali 336^06-1081 Manufactured Home for Rent Mocksvllle. 2BR, 2BA on 2 nero lot, $G50/mo ♦ doposit. HUD accopiod. 336-409-0645 William R. Davle District. 3BR. 2DA mobito homo on largo private tot. $600/mo. * doposit. No pole. Fumlshod. 336-492-5190 Yadkinviile. 2 (ixor-up irail- ors for rent on Ray T. Mooro Road. Ploaso call 336-463- 4995 for mof 0 inlormatton. •X iitoi •AWatlon • ■ « a ttm iic n it • CollietMCan •C tM M rtlal Ihm yoftitla« •tW atqelai/A TV i •Ricm tlanalViM cIa« • R M M i« lia il4 • Sanlet/rartt/ /U eaanrlti • TMiportaltoa DaalatfMpi •Tiaatportatlon FlMacIng • Ihicki/SUVs/Vam •W rntloB ini/m ni Autos Chrysler PT Cnjiser QT 2004, 4 door, loalhor. sun­roof, turbo. 5 yr 100,000 mi warranty. $7.535. Loadodl 100% guarantood (Inancingl Honda Accord LX, 2005Black w/tan interior. 4 door. FIvo year 100.000 mito warranty! $9,095. 100% guaranteed ftnancingl Autos Bulck. Rivfora1997 Silvor with loalhor sonls Local 1 ownor. 160,000 mitob $2000 call 704633-5071 HONDA. 2001, ACCORD EX. $0 down, wHl holp fi­nance. Crodtt, No ProbtomI Privato party sato. СО1170-Г871-222Э JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMASIJoop. 1994, Wrongtor Sa­hara Ed., 4x4, 6-cyl, 5 spood. now cl'Jtch, PS, AC, ST, Now 33 in Tiros, Tan. Gronl Condition w/ al­most now engine. 704■040-CÖQ2 $0000 Motorcycles & A T V S Suzuki, 200« GSX-R 750YottowiBik. Jusl ovor 3400 rnilos. Two Brotlwrs cart>on- libor pipo, carbon fiber loavors and turn signals, now bnck tiro, ono holmol L/XL. Asking SO,300.Call 70-1-213-2464 Service & Parts Tires. 4 P255/70R 18“* Brkfgoslono Duelor AT Tiros with Just 10550 mitos. Tiros mounlod on 16 inch Qladiatoi casi alumlnum whoels for 2008 Jeep Wrangtor. $1,000 for Ihe comploto sol of tires ond whoels, 336-096-0963, leavü mossogo. Toolboxes. Ono full size stnlnlo&s stool $225'. two Kobalt 5 II. stainless $125 oa. 330-706-7003 loavo msg. Trucks, SUVs & Vans 2008.V QVWR, Bam Ooors, w/Ramp. Sido Door. Full Sparo. Hitch avaMabto. Reduced. $3,100 OBO. 336-313-0326 Trucks, SUVs & Vans Ford F-tSO XLT 200S. Clean, ntee truck. 4 door. V-8, P/W. P/L. cruise, CD. long bod, whito w/ gray (niorior. retail prico $14,600, Sen price $0.450.336-751-5628 Land Rover, 1999 Discovery SE 11, Groat OH-Road. Exc. cond.. toadod, Black Wgray int.. 106K mi, 704-210-6002. $6.500 obo Volkswagen Pauat QLS 2004. Dark Gray w/ Dart« Gray intertor, 5 year 100.000 mile woaanty, $9.995. 100% guarontood financingl Financial Services Trucks, SUVs & Vans Toyot«, 4 Runner 19904X4 Aulo. air, all power, now tiros, brakes and liming chain, elc. ExcoltonI condioon. $3.750. Ploaso call 704-310-1640 ot 316-792-5601 Auctions CONSTRUCTION • TRUCK • FARM AUCTION • Tuesduy, 12/30/08 at 6 a.m. Soos r w n a isMEEKINS A SONS AUC­TION. Lumborton, NC. 800- 499-6560. NCLN 856 Rowan Auctton C a Profe»- slonal Audk)n Senrtc««; Salsbury, NC 704-633-0609 Kip Jonnlngs NCAL 6340 ¿hiid 0« r* a N u ra e Q |[,S c h o o ¡« Looking for a ilepondebt«baby-«ttt«r? Loving mother of four wUI watch chikJren In my homo. Boloro and after­school care avallabto. Ploaso can 336-006-1740. Financial Services WORKINa CAPITAL avtflablt OuainMi Orly 704-321-1 tro Warren Shifm wshinnPa/lundng.oom “We can erase your bad credit— 100% guaranteed” The Federal Trade Commission says any credit repair company that claims to tie able to legally remove accurate and timely infor­mation from your credit report Is lying. There's no easy fix for bad credit. It takes time and a con­ scious effort to pay your debts. Learn about managing credit and debt at ftc.gov/credit. A message from The Salisbury Post and the FTC. Lawn Maint. & Landscaping Denny'« Lawn Sarvie«: Corrplete lawn servlc« from one souroe. Mowing, plug* ‘ )g, tertfllzlng. log. pme neediea, mutoh. State certified for spraying and Inauntd. Trac­tor worn If needed. Thirty yoors experlenc«. Pfaa«« calt 336-996-3675 or 336- 39^-7063 for estimate. _ M a * o n r ^ Mssonry Worte. Irtek or Block. roundationt, QsraQM, cNmneys, pOfcN •t. sMps. elo. BuBt new or repaired. Over 36 yean experlance. Mured, ree- •ontbto r«M. Free Esti­mai«. ЗЭМв245бО or 336-096-4755 Miaeellaneoua S e r v ie « « Br«Mt pump, M«d«la Pump fn-Styto Advanoo. Used. Attachments, Extras. $200. 704-267-6675 Lanya Aulo CMiMnsh Complot# hand dolallng aer- vico. Cal for appoinlm«nL 336-764^50. Reforenc«« avalobi« upon roquesL N««d your houM deaned for the holUays? Need to finish last rt)lnuto Chitstmaa without tho kkls? Call Joy al 336-940- 3115 lo holp. Referenoee avaiabto. Music Services SOPER PIANO SCRVtCe,piano tur^g A repair. Call 336-267-6265 or «man loper- planoO««rthlnk.no( i^lumblngS«rvic«« C w rÿM * Pkimlilna Ftapaln (4S M n tc k c ^ Sanin d«. »ndkoounH. 336420.1721..: Call Classifleds at 1 -8 7 7 - 7 5 1 - 2 1 2 0 Home Improvement Uiwson’« Hofne impruvemanis Wiriiow». doors, vinyl tiding, brtck. Nock work, log tktoig. hardwood floortng. Freo MB- mates. Ownor Andy Lewson Can 33d-4CU-54lO 339- T r — S « r v te « Canopy Tr«« 8«rvte«, Pro- fosslonot Setvlco at roasorv abto rates. Fuly Insured. Call tor free estlmatos. Relor- oncos avallabto. Also, fire­wood for sale. 336-0964374 тем OuaiKy Tim Car« A Land Malnlenanca. Ha2- anjoua romovala, pruning A prosorvaltoln, storm.tlomag« clon-up. gfadln(i:j^haullf)g. clearing, stumpy*ramovd, landscaping. Thomas M«№i. Insured. Coll: 336-407*7534, home: 336-059-9611 Timber Wanted, 2 acros or more dear or select, smal or large tracts, commiasion for timer bough on reforraia. bost prtcos guaranteed. H A M Logging, 336-466- 6576 ' i.'f { '‘ i f ■; - r v . ’:. . Ï v lv ' ß ' L I V E U N IT E D : J O IN H A N D S . 0PEI\1 YOUR HEART. LEND YOUR tVtUSCLE. FIND YOUR VOICE. GIVE AN HOUR. GIVE A SATURDAY. THINK OF WE BEFORE ME. REACH OUT A HAND TO ONE AND INFLUENCE THE CONDITiOK OF ALL. G IV E . A D VO C A TE. V O LU N TE E R . live united я I » t • i V«. ;. s , t %i . w •» V Ч United WayLIVE UNITED ■ H H Want to make a difference? Help create opportunities for evefyone in your comrhunity. United Way r A ^ I js creating real, tasting change where you live, by focusing on the building blocks of a better life-;: Lncil education, Income and heaith. That’swhat it meansto Live United. For more, visit LIVEUNITED.ORfil U-; D8. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 18,2008 Great speed Students Design Holiday Card this season, Give The Fastest Internet Around As Low As $ 2 9 9 5 O r gat 5 Mbps Broadband service as low as; ^ 4 9 ^ ^ 3*12 mbpt ipt«d« hav* limited »vaiUbinty. Call tQ «•« If your if * i qualMai, up m w tn d yo u H g»tt • 5 email addresses with Video Email • 10MB web space • Email virus protection with Gteymaii j • FREE modem and activation with a one year agreement • FREE Triple protection Virus control software available The winners o f the school system's holiday card contest were announced at the Dec. I school board meeting. One winner from each level was selected, nnd their artwork was compiled into one card that the system sent out to county officials, business partners and other area businesses. From the elementary level, M a ’ kiya D alto n , a second grader at W illiam R. P avie, was selected for her image depicting holiday designs, colorful circles and stars. Stephanie Velotta, an eighth grader at South D avie, was chosen for her design of colorful ornaments, and from the high school, Jocelyn D a w a l’S' depiction o f a Christmas card, complete with a mug o f hot ctiocolate, a m arshm allow snowman and holly w ith a cutout like the edging o f a card, wns the winner. Each received a $50 gift card.Art work by students Is featured on the Davle County Schools holiday card. L a n c e S t o u t I n U p s i l o n P i E p s i l o n Lance Joshua Stout of Ad­ vance, a Clemson University senior majoring In computer science, wns inducted into Up- sllon Pi Epsilon, the nntionnl computer scicnce honor society. Upsilon Pi Epsilon recog­ nizes outstnnding scholnstic nnd professional achievements in the computing nnd information disciplines. The Clemson chapter in­ ducts students twice a year. Membership is by invitation only. Inductees must have nt least a B average in computer science courses and at lepst a B average overall. Upsilon Pi Epsilon is rccog­ nized worldwide as an indica­ tion of exccllcncc in computing. Upsilon Pi Epsilon tries to en- courage a sense of unity and camaraderie within the school of computing through different activities. Membere volunteer to assist with weekly tutoring ses­ sions for undergraduate students in freshmen- and sophomore- level computer science classes, Social activities are promoted to encourage a sense of commu­ nity, Y a d te l B r a a tíb a n ü in t e r n e t D eborah S m ink Earns O ffice Personnel A w ard K ) t The D avie County Association o f Educational O fficc Professionals (DCAEO P) honored the school administrators recently with the annual Administrators Banquet in the W illiam Ellis M iddle School cafeteria. The group wns.served nn evening meal that featured a catered dinner buffet. For entertainment, the Davie High School Jazz Ensem ble performed. Deborah Smink, director of finance for the schools, was named ndministrntor of the year. The nwnrd wns presented by Shelin Stanley, president of DCAEOP Members of the association ' gave all administrators a small gift, as n token o f appreciation for Iheir work and dedication. BlueCross BlueShield of North Carolina Your plan for better health"' CALL N O W ! B lu e M e d ic a re H M O " B lu e M e d ica re PPO" Medicare Advantage,plans offered by PARTNERS National Health Plans of North Carolina, Inc. (PARTNERS) ■ ' and administered by its parent company. Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (BCBSNC) N E W ! $ 0 m o n t h l y p r e m i u m p l a n a v a i l a b l e w i t h p r e s c r i p t i o n d r u g c o v e r a g e ' A tte n d an upcom ing M e d ic a re A d v a n ta g e m eetin g in y o u r a re a ! An authorized sales representative wiil be present with inforniation and applications. There Is no obligation to enroll. For accommodations for persons with special needs at sales meetings, call the number below. C at! to d a y ! h800-328-9605 Monday - Sunday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. For the hearing and speech Impaired (TTY/TDD ): 1-888-451-9957 Presentations designed for potential NEW members Mon., Dec. 15,10:00 a.m. Davie Family YM CA 215 Cemetery St. Mocksville (Off Farmington Rd. and Hwy. 158) Thurs., Dec. 18,5:30 p.m. Winston-Salem Hampton Inn 1990 Hampton Inn Court Winston-Salem (Near Hanes Mall) Thurs., Dec. 18,2:00 p.m. Winston-Salem Hampton Inn 1990 Hampton Inn Cpurt Winston-Salem (Near Hanes Mall) Mon., Dec. 29,10:00 a.m. Davie County Public Library 371 South Main St. Mocksville (Off Hwy. 158 Turns into Main St.) Annual Enrollment Period starts November 15th and ends December 31st. Other products offere^fpr Medicare beneficiaries include Blue Medicare Supplements^: and Blue Medicare Rx ' . Fire Damages Home Pets Perish In Blaze Near Mocksville Page 5 m M M D A V IE C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I / ^ E C O R D USPS 149-160 Number 52 Thursday, Dec. 25, 2008 24 PAGES Victim B y Jackie Seabolt Enterprise Record A D avie man who had charges, including an assault on an officer, dismissed against him in October rec e iv e d a p a y m e n t fro m the county last month for his legal and m edical bills. Harold W ayne Sm ith, 69, was charged Sept. 28 w ith resisting a public officer and assault on a gov­ ernment official. “ The charges came after Sm ith w as shot w ith a Taser and re ­ strained by officers from entering a burning barn on his property. Officers reported Sm ith w ould not com ply w ith their orders to stop and bent one officers hand back when he attempted to stop him . Please See TYiser ■ Page 4 B u s i n e s s e s R o b b e d T w o D o w n to w n M o c k s v ille businesses were the victim s o f rob­ beries the afternoon o f Thursday, Dec. 18. T h e tw o suspects grabbed m oney from M iss Judy’s D olls, and took money from the cash reg­ ister at Happy House M iniatiires. M ocksville Police reported the suspects as tw o black fem ales, one m edium to stocky build, about 5-7 to 5-8 tall, and the other a 6-2 to 6- 6 and slender. Both were believed to be in their 40s, and left in a white vehicle. A t M iss Judy’s, they are ac­ cused o f grabbing pocketbooks and money at about 1:30 p.m . A t Happy House, one o f the w om en took m oney from the register as the other created a distraction, police reported. Christ Is Born Hillsdale Baptist Church brought its live nativity to Downtown Mocksville's Junkers Mill outdoor theater. Above, Emma Helton and Dyllan Everhardt look on as Nolan Smith and Kayla Logan portray the manger scene. Below left, Sandy Swartz and Chad Helton provide some Christmas music, and at right, an angel above looks over the festivities. For more photos, please turn to page 3. - Photos by Robin Snow ' ^ .........f.., Hungry? Serving Him Serving Free Brealcfast On Cliristmas Morning T im es are tough and m any residents o f D avie and surrounding areas are struggling to m ake ends m eet, e s p e c ia lly d u rin g this Christmas season when giving to others is the norm. One group o f individuals came up w ith an idea to give a gift to many w ith no strings attached. "I was approached by Ron and Penny Stroupe w ith an idea o f w ishing m any D avie residents a M e rry C hristm as by sharing a hom e-cooked style m eal at no charge," says M ike Drayton o f the S erv in g H im M in is try . "T h e C hristm as m orning com m unity breakfast came together in such a short tim e and m y w ife Debbie and I are thrilled that Serving H im is a b le to be a b ig part o f this w onderful idea. W e ’re w orking hard to get the w ord out to the com m unity and w e surely w ant all tq know that everyone is invited regardless o f personal situations," Robert M orris , ow ner o f C's B a r-B -Q u e in M o c k s v ille , is donating the use o f his facility to a llo w fo lk s a place to com e together as one and celebrate the Christm as holiday. Som e o f his Staff w ill be at the breakfast to supervise the p rep aratio n and handling o f the meals, "Christm as is a tim e o f giving and a tim e when God gave us all a g ift in that o f his son Jesus Christ”, says D rayton, "W e want to give all w ho stop by a gift o f a hot hom e- style breakfast w ith ultra friendly service and plenty o f smiles, “N o one should be lonely at this most joyous tim e o f year so w e ’re asking folks to look around and bring someone w ho m ight have their spirits lifted by this m eal. W e’ ll do our best to show them G o d ’s love and isn ’t that w hat Christmas is really all about? The Please See B reakfast - Page 4 Patty Shaver, an employee at C’s Bar-B-Que, will oversee the breakfast meals. i t-.A.... . . '--U .V ...’.. ,1.. 2 ■ DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 25,2008 The Story Of The Birth Of Jesus And it came to pnss in those dnys, that there went out n decree from Caesar Augustus that all tlie world should be taxed, (And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria.) And all went to be taxed, every one into his own city. - And Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, into Judea, unto the city' of David, which is called Bethlehem; (beiause he was of the house and lineage o f David:) To be taxed with M ary his espoused wife, being great with child. ■, And so it was, that, while they were thore, the days were accomplished that she should be delivered. J ' And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in swaddling clRthes. andjaid him in a manger; because there was no room fbr-Tfi6mTn"{he inn. And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. And, lo, the angel of the Lord came upon them, and the glory of the Lord shone round about them: and they were sore afraid. And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings o f great joy, which shall be to all people. ' For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. i And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped ii\ swaddling clothes, lying in a manger. And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, ■ Glory to God in the highest, and On earth peace, good will toward men. And it came to pass, as the angels were gone away from them into heaven, the shepherds said one to another. Let us now go even unto Bethlehem, and see this thing which is come to pass,, which the Lord hath made known unto us. And they camé with haste, and found Mary, and Joseph, and the babe lying in a manger. And when they had seen it, they made known abroad the saying which was told them concerning this child. And all they that heard it wondered ut those things which were told them by the shepherds. But M ary kept all’these things, and pondered them in her heart. And the shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God for all the things that they had heard and seen, as it was told unto them. — Luke2;l-20,K JV I n T h e M a Ü ... A Great Place To Call Home To the editor; When I moved lo Duvie County 10 yeurs ngo, I went to work at Great Clips right across the Yadkin River. 1 had the pleasure of meeting many folks from Furmington. I wus raised in small town South Carolina. M y Uncle Gene wus well known in the drag rac­ ing circuit nnd a King at Farmington Dragway. M y family was not close knit nnd I was drawn to Dnvie for many different, good reasons. 1 moved to L& G Hair Design und quickly met and came to love muny Dnvie residents from all the communijles und sur­ rounding counties. t ;, :- Circumstance brought me home to Farmihgtpn: As 1 sil.back and delight in this C hristas. I;ca)i honestly say, God brotigb^e here. M y work duys are fillea with people, some of the b e^f^e ever known. M y life is filled by the things 1 see around me, nnd 1 enjoy every waking moment here., I have never before been as ble.^sed.nnd encouraged by the stories I am .witness to daily and pray that'this holiday season all those who know me ure us filled wilh Christ and his love. All he was born to do wns die same as Agencies Helpful, Courteous To the editor; I would like to express my gratitude as well as<deepest thanks to the Davie County EMS, Mocksville Police Department and the staff o f Davie County Hospitni. The above-mentioned entities helped me very much recently. The above depurtments all acted with Iho utmost professionalism and Courtesy. The staff and doctors ut Davie Hospitni made my visit as com-, fortable as possible. They were always professional, kind, pleas­ ant and above all - very competent. Once again, thank you to everyone. Burbnru Hepler Mocksville me and you. Let’s look forward to days filled wilh cach olher and the joy we can share. Reginu Fulton Sheppard Farmington Thanks F^or Helping Broughton Patients To the editor; . Once again, the compassionate Dayie County people have re­ sponded generously to a deserving causei'ihe Broughlo^Hcjspital Cheer Fund with many gj|ls nnd m on(aai^M )®tio'’s- Qn’ their behalf, let me SBy;'‘th!in !?^^'to all w h ^ ^ ln b u ie d andijhe 18 volunteers who deVbtcd il da3G)f servicqiti deTivcr and wrap gifts. Especially deserving of ihunks is the Davie Counly Enterprise RecortI for allowing the news of this project to be made known to our readers, Helen Foster, chair Mocksville Lettei^ Welcomed ' The EnteiyrisftRecord welcomes letters from erg. T h e '||ite ^ 8 ;m ^ o f localj^ state,"riaiimitd ,pt.intornatio)!ii9];tssues; . , effort w iU 'b e made to' print all letters, prqy|(Aed ' liiey are mpt libelous, vulgar or irl poor taste., reserves the right to edit letters for grammaffand A ll letters should include the name and addtess writer, inj:luding a sign9ture. A telephone number, ubt to ; be pubUsiiieii,' is also requested; : . ■ i Please have letters in the newspaper office no later than 4 p.m . M onday o f the week to be published. D avie C piinty Enterprise Record P.O. Box, 99, M ocksville, or D A V IE C O U N T Y 4 USPS 149-160 171 S. Main St., P.O. Box 99, Mooksvllle, NC 27028 (336)751-2120 Published weekly by the Davie Publishing Co. Dwight Sparks.....................................Editor/Publisher Robin Snow........................................General Manager Mike Barnhardt,,,.,.............................Managing Editor Ray Tutterow.'.;..........................;.........Advertising tJIreotor Brian Pitts..............................................Sports Editor Mocksville Enterprise DavIe Record Cooieemee Journal Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rules Single Copy, 50 Cents $20 Per Yeur In N.C., $25 Outside N.C. i POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to: Davie County Enterprise Record ■ I e llo , ¿ u s t a M c l\t e c l liA ^ S ç lP 12/19 Spectators watch as members of Hillsdale Baptist Church present a live nativity at Junkers Mill In Downtown Mocksville. - Photos by Robin Snow Sandy Swartz and the l-iillsdale Baptist Choir sing some Christmas music. Zander Richardson and Trevor Richardson make Pastor Dale Harlan says their way to the nativity. a few words. Music director Brent Helton (right) directs the praise band. Dyllan Everhardt gets an up-close look at a camel. The Holly and fhe Ivy The holly and Ihe ivy, When Ihey arc both in full grown. Of all Ihe irees lhat are in Ihe wood, The holly bears Ihe crown. The rising of Ihe sun, And Ihe running of Ihc deer, The pinying of the merry organ, Sweel singing in Ihc choir. The holly bears a blossom. As while as the lily flower. And Mary bore sweet Jesus Chrisl To be our swoel savior. The holly bears a bciry As read as any blood. And Mary bore swcci Jesus Christ To do poor sinners good. The holly bears a prickle As sharp as any Ihom, And Mary bore sweet Jesus Christ On Christmas day in the mora. The holly bears a bark As bitter as any gall, And Mary bore sweel Jesus Cllrist For lo redeem us all. The holly and Ihe ivy. When they are both full grown, o f all Ihe trees lhat are in the wood The holly bears Ihe crown. -Old English Christmas Carol 4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 25,2008 T a s e r . . . L ocmlly Q row n, H y ttm ponlc r r o m a to e s We now have L a r g e S l i c i n g T o m a t o e a , C u c u m b e r s A Q r a p e T o m a t o e a . Come TiWe V ie Dijfcm icel Drop iWm 302 Foster Rond, Mocksville (Fmlcr Rd. is juti o(T Ridge Kd. in Wntem Davie Cuiinly) Open 'fiiuRS. & Fri. Noon-5pm and Sat. 8 am-noon Call For Directions (336) 492-5263 Y o u A S a f e & H a p p y H o l i d a y S e a s o n ! M i k e 's W r e c k e r S e r v i c e 2 4 H O U R S E R V IC E • C E R T IF IE D Large & Small Wreckers & Rollback H.D. Recovery • Lock-Out Service • Fork Lifts SAME PLACE 32 YEARS Mike Whitaker, 684 Junction Rd., Mocksville 24 Hrs. (336) 492-7303 or (336) 909-2018 Mobile (336) 040-7004 Beopor 941-7900 Spread the Good News M a y y o u be touched by the tru e C hristm as spirit. M erry C hristm as Fro m A ll O f U s A t OUnGGIIlS F 4 ““4 i l 122 WUhesboro St. Mncksvltle, NC 336-751-2379 Ctoseit Dec. 25th & 26th IManicure _____M o n d s ^ Com e in fpr a Shom poo, C u t & Style from B e lh P ep p er for $27 ond receive O F R e e M an icu re (a $ 1 7 vo lu e w ith L o C e o h D unn ic h e d 753-C59C '143A N. Main St. • Mocksville www.diannnswickcdsalon.com avie Place ing Assisted L iving C om m unity Lucille Hensley Lucille is one o f our newest residents here at Davie Place, H er roots "are here in Davie County with family out on Baltimore Road. She spends her time reading and enjoys tlie Bingo games in our recreation program. Lucille has an interesting background having been one o f the originators o f Sam’s Gourmet, She spent twenty- five years helping to manage the business and misses the work there, Lucille also was employed at R, J, Reynolds for twenty-five years but admits that she preferred her time Sam’s Gourmet, W e welcome her here at Davie Place and join her in wishing everyone a M en y Christmas and Joyous New Year, For information On Placement, Contact: Sumne Simpson-Vogler 3 3 6 - 7 5 1 - 2 1 7 5 Continued,From Pnge 1 Five horses were inside the bam and died. The cliargcs against Smith were dismissed three duys later, by Assistant District Attorney Ina Stanton. District Attorney G arry Frank said that the charges were dismissed after a totiil analysis of the situation. Seth Phillips Takes Navy Basic Training N avy Seaman Selh L. P hillips, son o f Shelia R, Sammons of W oodleaf and Tony L. Phillips of Mocksville, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Train­ ing Command, Great Lakes, 111, During the eight-week pro­ gram, Phillips completed a va­ riety of training which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, and ship'’ board and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also placcd on physical fitness. ■ ' ■, The capstonc event of boot camp is "Baltic Stations". This exercisc gives recruits the skills and confidence they need to succeed in the fleet, "Battle Sta­ tions" is designed to galvanize Ihc baiiic warrior attributes of sacrifice, dedication, teamwork and endurance in each recruit through Ihc practical application of basic Nuvy skills and the core values of honor, courage and comniilment. Phillips is a 2005 graduate of West Rowan High School of Salisbury. C h risto p h er R o b ert Veal Veal Completes Marine Training PFC Christopher Robert Veal, son of Robert and Mary Anne Veal, recently completed basic training al Marino Corps Recruit Depot, Purris Island, S.C. Veal completed 12 weeks of training designed t6 challenge new Marine recruits physically and mentally. Veal and his fellow recruits began their training cach day at 5 a.m., by running three miles and performing calisthenics. In addition to the physical conditioning program, Veal spent numerous hours in classroom and field assignments, which included learning first aid, uniform regulations, combat water survival, iTiarksmanship, hand- to-hand combat and assorted weapons training. They performed close order drill and operated as a small infantry unit during field training. Vetil received instructions on the Marine Corps’ core values honor, courage and com m iim ent, and w hal the words mean ir\ guiding personal and professional conduct. Veal and fellow recruits ended the training , phase w ith the Crucible, a 54-hour team effort and problem solving evolution. After graduation from Parris Island, he w ill be stationed at Camp Geiger for nine weeks of combat training, He w ill begin additional training at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina,, Veal is a 2008 graduate of Davie High School,- OW if or re- "Under our laws the district attorney’s position is to execute prosecutorisi discretion! based on common Sense." Frank did nq,t kn Stanton had consulted viewed the evidence with Sher­ iff Andy Stokes or the officers involved, but said that she was briefed on the facts and there was discussion of the case at his office. Frank siiid that he has since reviewed the audio and' video recordings from the Taser used on S m ith,- On Nov. 12 Davie County paid Smith $12,000. According to County Manager Beth Dirks the money was reimbursement to Smith for his legal and m e -. dial fees. W hen Dirks was asked if there was ever a threat of a law­ suit against the county she re­ plies, "Yes and no. It was being made a much bigger deal than it was and that was making the . situation worse,” Dirks said the relationship between her office and the sheriff’s department has not been affected. "I have a job to do and the sheriff has a job to do. We may nol always look al things the same way. 1 rcspect that lie stands behind his men, but I had to look at this from a business standpoint." Dirks said that she has re­ viewed the video and audio re­ cordings from the Taser used on Breakfast... Continued From Page 1 eggs to Older, bacon, sausage, gravy, grits, biscuits, toast and drinks will surely gel everyone’s Christmas day off to a merry slart. A gift isn’t a gift if you don’t receive il so wo hope many comc and reccive,” he said. Event organizers have provided the follow ing inform ation aboul the Dec, 25th Christm as m orning com m unity breakfast. The doors lo the restaurant al 2203 US 601 N. will open at 6 a,m. with breakfast served from 6- 10 a.m. There is no charge, but donations will be accepled with proceeds going to the Serving Him Ministry for communily activities. For further inform alion, contact event planner Drayton at 751-7661, or al inilrciytoii@mocksvHlc.com. Smith, but didnU comment any : further,. '* Stokes said that the D A ’s of­ fice did not review the record­ ings or consult with him or the ; officers involved before dis­ missal of the charges against Sm ith, “ 1 believe anytim e there’s an assaiilt on an officer, that case needs to be prosecuted lo the fullest,” Stokes said that it’s not nor­ mal to ' dismiss a case without , consulting those involved, “We, never understood why the',> chargés were dropped,” Stokes said that the Taser is , not a topi of jast resbrl, bUt the: first tool officers go to to pre-; vent injury. "It has no.lasting effect and no permanent injury for the suspect or officer. I ’d call it a tool of mercy. It does away with,'the violent contact associ­ ated with firiests for so many years,” Stokes says his officers give a, warning before using their TaScrs, and that Sm ith was given that warning before being shot, "Our officers responded; to this. We were ¿titled. Their con- dupt was appropriate, justified, reasonable, ahd lawful. M y ob­ jection to this dismissal is il makes it look like our officers did something wrong. Our ac­ tions were lawful and reason­ able under the circumstances,” Frank said the case was nol evaluated as to whether anyone did anything right or wrong, “I dcal;With whether to prosecute someone criminally/’ : ^Slokes said he and his offic­ ers understand Smith was in a desperate situation. “We simply could not allow him lo cause injury to himself. He was the victim in the fire, not the arresi. We did not intend to make him a victim a second lihie by our actions.” 2 Charged With Child Abuse Two M ocksvillc residents were arrested Dec. 18 for se­ verely beating a 2-ycar-old child, Joseph .'Crogar, 38, ■ and Stephanie Payne. 27, were ar­ rested by Mocksville Police for felony child abuse. They were held in lieu of a $30,000 bond each, Dcleclive Jerry Mcdlin said that Cregar admitted to “losing control” and beating Ihc boy, who is Payne’s son. The bcat- ing left Itic boy with severe bruises on his buttocks, Mcdlin said. The detective said lhat Payne . >yas chargcd for trying to cover "up ihe crime, which occtirred on Nov, 25, The boy, and three other chil­ dren who were living in Ihc Bingham Street'hom e, were taken into custody of pavie So­ cial Services, and were later re­ leased inlo custody of relatives. S u d o k u 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 4 2 3 5 9 6 8 8 4 •. . -t 5 •. '5 i: ',;2 3 ' '7 6 1 3 Solution On Page 9 C r o s s w o r d P u z z l e Getting High ACROSS 1. Tourde France, for one 5. Islands dance 9, Miner's tiling 14, Periods of history 15, Cross to bear 16, For this reason 17, Schoolyard game 19, Rent-a-car quotes 20, Te-__(cigar brand) 21, Garfield's pal 22, Pub crawlers 23, Waller of Irish folklore 25, Star's wheels 26, Beatnik's digs 27, Happy-go-lucky 31. Treat like’a pariah 34, Drop off 35, Nixon's pardoner 36, Kachlna doll caryers 37, Like many superheroes 38, Etcher's fluid 39, "You said III" 40, Felt remorse over 41, Young girl, Informally 42, Criminal underworld 44, On the contrary 45, H ell-_ (determined) 46, Corn units 50. "Cheers': bartender Sam 53. Seven Hills city 54, Mai _ 55. Name on a rap sheet 56, Help fpr a stalled motorist 58, Retailer’s spot 59, Dresden's river 60, Still In play 61, Makes smooth 62, Oktoberfest quaff 63, Pecked out DOWN 1, Place to kick a habit, for short 2, Coffee allure 3, Plumped-up chicken 4, Winding curve 5, Like a parka 6, Set loose 7, "The Women" playwright Clare Boothe__ 8, Cheroot residue 9, Auto trim material 10, Trusting act 11, Pre-deal payment 12, Pastry prettlfler 13;Gl'sfare 18, "Yankee Doodle Dandy" composer 22, Pooped out 24, Diver's starting point 25, Lolled In the haniimock 27. Made do, somehow . 28, Giant birds of myth 29, A dwarf planet 30, Whirling water 31, Carpeting choice 32. Deep sleep 33. Readyfor business 34. Intimidate 37. Construction site hoist 41. Contemplates 43, Eyeglasses pair 44, Place for a sticker 46. Molded Ice cream confection' V 47, Sell online 48. Maggot or grub ',' 49, Positioned 50,W M Dpart , 51. Utah ski resort 52. MGM roarer 53, Call the shots 56. Brother of George W. 57, Special attention, briefly Answers On Page 9 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 25,2008 - 5 This home on Sain Road in Mocksville was severely damaged by the Dec. 18 fire. ■ Photos by Robin Snow Dec. 18 Fire Damages Davie Home Former Mocksville Fire Chief Jimmy Kelly (left) talks about the situation with Frank Carter, who will become fire chief Jan. 1. Officials aren’t sure whal started a fire lhat heavily dam­ aged a Mocksville home last week, Davie Fire Marshal Jerry Myers said the fire started in the living room area near the fire­ place, Two dogs and two cats died. The two men who lived in the house had left aboul 8 Thursday morning, Dcc, 18 to go to work. The fire was re­ ported by passersby lhal after­ noon. Myers estimated dam­ aged at $50,000, "It had heavy fire in the liv­ ing’ room when the first firefighters arrived,” M yers said. “They knocked it down pretty quickly,” Firefighters from M ocksville and Smith Grove battled Ihe blaze. E nergyU nited R eturning $2.3 l\/lillion To M em bers EnergyUnited is returning $2,3 million to its members in December, The money, applied to approxim ately 83,000 members' accounts, is called capital credits apd is a benefit, of cooperative membership. When members sign up for electricity from EnergyUnited, they pay a membership fee lhat makes them one of the owners of the electric cooperative. This gives them the right to share in any excess margins, called profits in the for-profit world. Capital credits are distributed after Ihe cooperative pays its operating expenses, debt obligations, and sets aside a reasonable cushion of capital to acconmiodale emergencies such as wittier storms. “M any o f our members, especially newer members, don't realize we’re a nonprofit electric cooperative, or how this tjusine^s, model differs from other electric utilities," says CEO H. Wayne Wilkins. This is a great time of year, particuiariy this year, for us bccause we're able to give our members a return on their investment in EnergyUnited while reminding them of the difference between getting power from us or from another utility.” M em bers who received electric scrvice in 1983 and 1984 from either Crescent or B r ig h t Id e a s G r a n t s G o i n g T o T w o D a v ie S c h o o ls Two Bright Ideas grants have been awarded to five Davie County teachcrs, totaling almost $2,000. These awards are a part of the 29 B right Ideas grants totaling $35,088 given to teachers in EnergyUniled’s 19- county scrvice area for special projects lhal W ill enhancc instruction in their classrooms. The B right Ideas grant recipients are Angela Williams and team members B ill Carothers, Bccky Delaney and Penny Ledbetter from Norlh Davie Middle School for their project tilled, “Amusement Math;" and“April Naylor from Cooleemee Elementary School for her projccl tilted, “Instrument Palooza.” "Classroom teachers are the heart and soul of our education system ,” said H. W ayne Wilkins, chief executive officer. “Through the B right Ideas program, EnergyUnited makes funds available for special classroom projects that create excitement among students and enhance learning. It’s a joy for us al EnergyUnited lo play a part in providing quality education for students within our servicc area." Since the program was created, E nergyU nited has made more than $467,000 in grants. Bright Ideas grant awards can be as much as $2,000 cach. Teachers in grades K-12 were, eligible lo apply. Volunteers, including educators, com m unity leaders and representatives o f the cooperalives, screen proposals from teachers and inake selections. The program is a statewide initiative o f the 26 electric cooperatives in North Carolina. Created in 1994, the program has collectively awarded more than $5.9 m illio n in,grant m oney to N orth C arolina teachers to sponsor 4,000 projects leaching more than 800,000 students. EnergyUnited in d ivid u ally has made 459 grants totaling $467,486 to teachers for innovative classroom instruction projects. Hey, There Emma James waves from a Smith Grove Fire Department truck at the annual Advance Christ­ mas Parade. She was Incorrectly identified In last week’s Enterprise. S u b s c r i b e t o d a y ! $20 in North Carolina $25 Out of State Send nam e, address an d paym ent to: D avie County Enterprise Record PO Box 99 M ocksville, N C 27028 The fire Is believed to have started near the fireplace, near this front window. 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'i' , 6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dcc. 25,2008 I\iblic Records Arrests The Davie County ShcrifFs Department made the follow­ ing arrests: - Donald Ray Collins, 25, of Virginia was arrested Dec. 15 for larceny of a motor vehicle. Trial date: Dec. 18. - Michael Ray Self Jr., 35, of Swicegood Street, Cooleemee was arrested Dec. 16 for dam­ age to property, trespassing, drinking and being disruptive, and simple possession of sched­ ule IV controlled substance. Trial date: Jan. 8. - Christopher Kyle Ratliff, 18, of Lexington was arrested Dec. 17 for misdemeanor lar­ ceny. Trial date: Jan. 15. - Craig Frederick Wiand, 28, with no address listed, wus ar- restedDec. 17 formisdemeanor larceny and injury to personal property. Trial date: Dec. 18. Fires Davie County fire depart­ ments responded to tlw follow­ ing calls: .Dec. 15: Mocksville, 8:22 a.m., S. M ain Street, automo­ bile accident; Cooleemee, 11:19 a.m.. Pine Ridge Road, auto­ mobile accident; Jerusalem as­ sisted. Dcc. 16: Center, 8:54 p.m., ■ I-40W est, automobile accident; Farmington assisted; Mocks- villo, 8:37 p.m., natural gas smell. Dcc. 17: Jerusalem, 4:04 a.m.. Whetstone road, natural gas leak; Advance, 10:05 p.m.. Fork Bixby Road, automobile accident; Fork, 11 a.m., Yadkin College road, house fire; Mocks­ ville, 2:57 p.m., John Crotts Road, autotnobile accident'; Fork assisted; Advance, 3:09 p.m., Alexandria Court, fire alarm. Dec. 18: Mocksville, 1:34 p.m.. Sain Road, structure Are; Smith Grove assisted; Smith Grove, 3:03 p.m.. Fox Run Drive, residential fire alarm; Farmington assisted; Mocks­ ville, 5:30 p.m., Salisbury Street, automobile accident; Smith Grove, 6:30 p.m., 1-40 West, automobile accident. Dcc. 19: Cooleemee, 2:27 a.m.. Main Street, fire alarm; Jerusalem assisted. Sheriff’s Department The follow ing incidents were reported to the Davie County Sheriff's Department. - On Dec. 9 cruelty to ani­ mals was reported at a home on Fawn Lane, Mocksville. - The, break-in » f a motor vehicle was reported at a home on West Renee Drive, Advance on Dcc. 15. - On Dcc. 15 damage to property was reported at a home on Underpass Road, Advance. Notice of TAX LISTING FOR DAVIE COUNTY All property on hand January 1, 2009 both real and personal Is subject to taxation regardless of age and sex of owner. You are no longer required to list motor vehicles which are currently LICENSED with the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles. These vehicles will be billed by the County after the current registration Is renewed or an application Is made for a new registration. About three months after your registration renewal you will receive a bill from the County. You will have 30 days to pay the bill before interest Is added at the rate of 5% the first month past due and 3/4 of 1% thereafter. Taxpayers must list UNLICENSED vehicles not licensed on January 1, 2009 DURING JHE REGULAR LISTING PERIOD. There Is no change ih the listing requirements for those vehicles. Permanent tagged multiyear vehicles must also be listed. Other property required to be listed In January include: mobile homes, boats and motors, jet skis, aircraft, (arm equipment used to produce Income, tools used by carpenters and mechanics, all assets and supplies of businesse