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12-DecemberSantaPaws Humane Society Sponsoring Pet Photos For Christmas Page 10 Smart Students Davie Schools List AcademicHonors Pages B6-B8 DAVIE COUNTY ^ ^ ENTERPRI/ERECORD USPS 149-160 Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015 No Criminal Record Former DA Signs Agreement; But Does Not Admit Guilt Charges against Former As­ sistant District Attorney Wen­ dy Tferry could be dismissed, if she follows through with an agreement signed Tfeesday in Davidson Superior Court. Her attorney, Wes Brittain, said there was an “agreement recited by the court, in open court” that the charges of fel- _ _ _ ony obstructing justice, misde- p0 |k dancers kick up their heels at Saint Francis of Assisi Church for the celebration of La Antorcha G uada- meanor primary/election viola- |Up a n a . R ead about the event on page 4. tion^ two counts felony buying and selling offices, attempt to obtain property by false pre­ tense, and attempt to violate campaign contribution limita­ tion will be dismissed. Terry was indicted on the charges in September, after it By M ike B arnhardt was alleged she promised to Enterprise Record give money to the wife of a Please See Tferry - Page 8 Unity ; Love And The Light Of Christ Shootout On Liberty Church Rd. M a n C o n f r o n t s S u s p e c t s I n H o m e B r e a k - I n got more than they bargained of the house with a handgun The suspects in the SUV for on Saturday evening off held above his head, and the fired several more shots as Liberty Church Road north o f homeowner retreated into the vehicle sped off headed Three would-be robbers MocksviUe. his truck, reported Sheriff's toward M pcksyille : T h eo w n ero fth ep artially Officer Vicki Fields. A third. The victim s description furnished unoccupied house suspect then came out o f of the suspects was basically was driving by just after 5 the house, and all three are three black males in a white p.m. He noticed an unfamil- in what was described as a SUV. _ iar vehicle in the driveway, white SUV, possibly a Dodge Sheriff's Chief J.D. Hart- and lights were on inside. Durango, "ian said investigators aren t He stopped to investigate. The homeowner backs his sure if the suspects had bro- The Davie Sheriff’s De- truck onto Liberty Church ken into any other homes. UUia -u - - K..........................----- -......... partment reported that a sus- Road, and the SUV is driv- There was one break-in ear- Thatservice.ofcourse.includedthereadingoftheChristm as { ieft the house, and the en partially off the road, Iier that same day on the oth- Story from The Bible. It included plenty of singing of Christmas homeownert standing beside screeching tires, and shots are er side of the county that in- Carols. his truck, yelled at the man fired at the homeowner. The volvedaw hiteSU V .he said. Relive those times Saturday at the “Old Time Cooleemee ^ ^ would shoot. That homeowner takes his own ri- Hartman advises residents Christmas” beginning at 5 pm . at the Zachary House at Old 14 ^ ^ hands in the fle and fires two shots at the to be vigilant, and report sus- Church St. . air and said “don’t shoot" and suspects. Fields reported. He picious activity. Break-ins Sponsored by the town and the Cooleemee Histoncal Asso- ^ ^ ^ had told officers he thought he often spike at this tune of the Old-Time Christmas Saturday In Cooleemee Remember those simpler time, when a highlight of Christmas for children was getting a treat bag with a piece of fruit, a couple of nuts and a piece of candy after a church service? dation the evening will include a visit from Santa, homemade got into a refreshments, fre ehotdogs and drinks and raore. Bring a new, been backed m . a C ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ unwrapped toy to donate for Toys for Tots. struck the right front of the year, and people are just “era- 7 Music, Magic & More Arts Council Hosting Free Two-Day Event A free two-day event has been planned by the Davie County Arts Council for the community to enjoy. It starts off with a who’s who of talent on Friday, Dec. 4 at 7:30 p.m. with an eve­ ning filled with the sounds of Christmas being presented by the following musicians. First United M ethodist Hand Bell Choir The First United Methodist Hand Bell Choir was formed in 1988 with their then new direc­ tor, Barbara Basham. The bells were purchased several years before, but put away when there were no ringers. Since that time, there has been a sub­ stantial core group of dedicated ringers who have kept the choir together. .* ■ : ■' T hegrouphasplayedatthe S J u n a g S u in d reading enthusiast Mark Daniel will be Greenbrier Resort in West Vir- amonq the tree performers Saturday at the Brook Perform- ginia four times, and for many Ing Arts Center In Mocksville. community events, as well as at their home church. This year they will again pro­ vide the 30-minute prelude, as they have done for many years at First Baptist Church during the Love Feast on the first Sun­ day evening of December. The choir includes: Barbara Basham, (director), Belinda Brewer, M.A- Brewer, Pat­ sy Brewer, Ruthanna Burton, Charlie Chapman,Teresa Deal, Erin Foil, Amy Mendenhall, Josie Miller, Bryson Penley, Holly Peschken, Janet Taylor. Eric Powell Eric Powell will sing many favorite songs. He grew up in Davie County, is a sophomore vocal performance major at the University of North Carolina SchooloftheArts. He has performed with com­ munity theatre groups through­ out North Carolina and has appeared in the A J. Fletcher Opera Institute's production of Die Fledermaus and will ap­ pear in their production of The Italian Straw Hat this February. He has performed with Pied­ mont Opera in their produc­ tions of South Pacific, Rigolet- to and their concert Viva Verdi. He will return to the Stevens Center stage this spring for a production of A Little Night Music. He is a member of the UNC- SA Cantata Singers and has performed such repertoire as Haydn's Lord Nelson, Orffs Carmina Burana, and Bach's Magnificat. He is the baritone section leader and soloist at First United Methodist Church in Salisbury and frequently performs there with members of the Winston- Salem Sym­ phony Orchestra. Aaron Prillam an Aaron Prillaman is a Please See Holiday - Page 3 689076382120 2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 Cooleemee Plantation Gets A Farmer • It’s hard to imagine a better outcome for the Cooleemee Plantation. The 2,033-acre plantation, held for nearly two centuries of generations of the 'Hairston family since 1817, has been sold to Davie County’s outstanding farmer Spurgeon Foster. • Over die years, Foster has developed a reputation for producing'more com, soybeans, wheat and grain per acre than anyone in this area. His big tractors and combines start early and finish late. His vigor and industry are just what the old plantation needs. Foster plans to log the pine trees off much of the plantation and convert those forests back into ag­ ricultural fields. Motorists along U.S. 64 near the Yadkin River will soon be treated to a two-mile vista of rolling com fields in summer months. For years Foster has grown com in the river bottom land on the plantation. He is now the plantation squire — one that drives a monster tractor. The plantation once encompassed 4,000 acres and had 300 slaves — Davie County’s only significant pre-Civil War plantation. The acreage had been slowly whittled away over the years. The Peter Hairston Jr. family faced the same dif­ ficulty encountered by many non-farming landown­ ers: How to make enough money off agricultural land to pay the taxes and bills. The plantation could have been sold to developers who would have carved it into hundreds of mini-estates. Instead, a genuine farmer is the new owner, one with sons and grandchildren to carry on the farming enterprise into another generation and even beyond. Foster will easily convert the forests into com fields. He knows that business well. He is less familiar, however, with the other as­ pect of his $8.1 million purchase: W hat to do with the elegant antebellum manor built in 1855 and one of the finest examples of a plantation home in the Piedmont. Built in the form of a Greek cross, the 12-room, 50-foot high plantation is richly detailed. It was built with 300,000 bricks made on the planta­ tion. The manor made the news a few years back when a burglar stole silver spoons made by colonial silversmith Paul Revere. Historians need not worry about the manor’s fu­ ture under the new owner. Spurgeon Foster has a hard-earned reputation of taking care of his equipment and land. Casual ob­ servers have long noted that his tractors and com­ bines are kept meticulously clean despite their work in clouds of dust. He constantly trims hedges and encroaching trees away from the fields. Road banks along his fields are well groomed. He spends a lot of money and time on maintenance. He will no doubt take similar care of the Cooleemee Plantation man­ or. The sale had been in the works for months. It took surveyors a long time to map the property. The old deeds directed surveyors to trees and stumps and rocks that were prominent landmarks two hundred years ago but no longer. Cooleemee Plantation before the war produced tobacco and cotton. The late historian James Wall noted the difficulty in getting the crops to market, a setback that spawned a failed plan to make the Yad­ kin River navigable. Spurgeon Foster won’t have to deal with those woes. We look forward to seeing the plantation lands turned into full production, yielding more com and soybeans and wheat and grains than ever. — Dwight Sparks 9R,TOISI5 E c fiH E e iePERE FCRC YOUVE EVER RACEP! .... PRE5IPEHTIW- A m m I n T h e M a i l ... Storehouse Needs Sponsors To the editor: Too often these days words full of promise and hope like peace, love, kindness and sharing are lost to words such as terrorism, racism, politics and greed. Thankfully, during the Christmas season, the Peace of Christ and His promise come back into the spotlight. A Storehouse for Jesus together with the residents of Davie and surrounding counties are working hard to share the Christmas spirit with so many that would otherwise do without. As of today (Tuesday), there are approximately 75 children, special needs adults and senior citizens who are still unsponsored. If you would be willing to help, please contact us; at SFJChristmas@gmail.com as soon as pos­ sible. Thank you for your continued generosity and may you all have a very blessed holiday season. Carol Stroupe Mocksville Williams Donates To CZE . To the editor: This season of Thanksgiving I’d like to publicly thank Richard Williams who donated thousands of used, but in good condition, books to Comatzer Elementary and the community. For two years, Williams has employees cull children’s books from his warehouse, load them into bins and drive them to the parking lot of the school. The truck is parked at Comatzer for students, schools, churches and school staffs to choose and take home. I am honored to thank Wiliams for this remarkable gift. The more than 7,000 books for children’s reading from Williams Companies made it possible to add books to our media center, give and let staff choose books for student reading in classrooms, open the truck for teachers and stu­ dents from other schools and churches in Davie County, and well-beyond Davie. You cannot imagine the antici­ pation and excitement of many children os they decided which was the best book to choose for themselves and younger or older siblings. Books went home for the statewide “Give five Read five” reading drive, families chose books after presenta­ tions and events. Each child in this school received at least five books, but that was just a beginning. Recipients were diverse and included Smart Start of Lexington County, an autistic classroom in Baltimore, Md., and several area churches and schools. The total number of books is prob­ ably even much larger than 7,300. We could not count ev­ ery book that was carefully chosen and proudly taken out ourdoors. . . Vocabulary is critical to learning to read and children need books to read and treasure. We work to get books into homes and encourage families to model reading for their children because it changes lives. Maldng books available to so many children from this county is a massive under­ taking. There is no better way to gain skills than to read lots of self-selected books. There is also positive motivation in owning and choosing books. His generosity is a tnie example of recognizing a short­ coming that affects children and doing something about it Thanks for your part in making Davie County a better place for our children. Dr. Cinde Rinn, Principal ComatzerEIemeiitary Letters WelcomeI j- '-..The Enterprise Record welcomes letters, from its > readers on topics of local, state, national oriotematioaal p issiiM: An effort wtil be made to print'ali letters, provided !'{they are .-hot libelous, vulgaror in poor taste. Theeditpr • ; reserves the right to edit letters for grammar and for space. ' All lettera should include the name and address of die , writer, including a signature. A telephone number, riot ’ to be published, is also requested. Please have letters iq I the newspiper office no later than 4 p.m. Monday of the ; wcelc/to be published. 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Holiday..Santa, The Grinch, Frosty And More HereO nSaturday ContinucdFromPagel as a .worehip leader at Tem- Philadelphia and the Buf- He sang the role of ”M e" classical. guitarist living in pe First United Methodist falo Philharmonic. He sang on the World Premiere Re- Mocksvtlle, wiU play such Church. In 2013, he served with the Augusta Symphony cording of the Original S°!!8iU aS “Greensleeves” as an artist in residence for performing opera favor- 1935 Production of Porgy and 'On This Day.” He is the Shohto Artist’s project ites and reprised "Robert and Bess on the Decca La- pursuing a doctorate of mu- in the Navajo Nation. He is Gamer" with the Michigan bel released in 2006 He has sical arts in guitar peifor- serving as a worship leader OperaTheaterinMargaret performed with symphonies mance with Frank Koonce on the staff at First United Gamer with Denyce Graves across the nation including at Arizona State University. M ethodistChurchofGas- in the title role. singing solo He has appeared in numer- tonia. The baritone's seasons Frank Voltz ous recitals, concerts, mu- Leonard Rowe took him all over the globe. Frank Voltz will be pla sicals, and other public per- Leonard Rowe, baritone, He sang the title role in ing his harp. Voltz began ofyoi formapces. js a native of Fredericks- Porgy and Bess at the Cape playing the piano at age 7 At . Pnllamanhasbeenplay- burg, Va. and.a graduate of TownOpera in South Af- and graduated with a bache- in the’theatre ing guitar for 18 years. He N.C. School of the Arts. He rica and with the Michigan lor’s degree in piano perfor- Christmas ” performed Ihe Iille role In Opera The.ler In Detroit, mance from KentSIate Uai- AmeliaBedilia(PaulineBoslian)WilliellasIoDrofone Smgtn8 certain versions of versily, Ohio. He has been of her "crazy" Chrislmas memoD at 11:15. EveDone will it to be on board while the conductor of “Polar Expres On Saturday, Dec. 5 the free “Celebration of Christmas the Brock" continues from IO a.m.-3 p.m. The line-up is geared to children and adults. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be in the front lobby from t a.m.-noon. One Shot Photography will take photos of Frank Voltz will be play- those moments with Santa (No cell or camera photography n hie ii-m I -r your child’s visit with Santa.), At 10:30 a.m., Santa’s Elf (Sandra Vance) will tell those new version of "Twas the Night Before began his formal musi­ cal studies at Appalachian the 75th Anniversary Na- _...0...e ______ .wo,., ^ liiu MC „,u TO i Stete University under the tional Tour of Porgy and Porgy and Bess with the accompanist for The Ohio. mitniction of Dr. Douglas Bess, wilh shows In more IsmelKibbutzOrcliesImin Ballet. Allnnta Ballet, Pins- lakes on a Irip tofoe Nonh Pok (Biil CaiLiibdn .TTTLT' m m S s r i S r S S = S = S S S S = S ^ ., as well as singing the and The Joffrey Ballet, also puppetry and audience participation of “JoyfullyChrist-rrtlp nf lKp l-tn*!u honerl ,n Ma„, .1. I-:,,. 11/U11. „ . ■ * , ,ts at I p.m. in the theatre. accepted into the master’s MargaretGamerbyRichiud program at East Carolina Danielpour and Toni Mor- title role of the rarely heard in New York City. While University where he studied rison. Later that season he opera Koagna by Delius at working with Pittsburgh with * Dr. ■ Elliot Frank. Hf* np.rfnimprl u/ltl, tka irmwi •!.« c.j i.j. *r,_____ . m . .There will be an indoor snowstonft, music, and surpris-with Dr. Elliot Fronk. Ho performod with the l.raol the Sadleris Wells Theatre Ballet Theatre, he was As- es. Imanine if you mked a bit of fnlVsio™ whLL.LTLt Me’ .lS m n tt0 lb" 8radr A^b01zH S m " “a iT ^ ln LondonTta' » L ° B*U« Conduetorof magic, with somebody who loves books, thra shook it all d ™ S . t ECU Wheier h " “ t rf d a ' pimbdrSh sJ">Ph°»y up a bit - out would come Mark Daniel, an e'suberant pro-department at ECU, where phony. He performed the wnh the Buffalo Philhar- underAndrePre.vin. moterof children's books he IMight classes including title role In Porgy and Bess monic, one with Peier Nero H S p a S t d j i 'f c s i . "The Mockivilie native has'W V ™ ciai' guest to toetional go,a, beginner in Amsterdam, AntwenI. .on the Pops series and the dent Ronald Reagan twice, schools, libraries, and Iitemey Mtd stoDtelling festivals gunar and applied gmtar. Hamburg Zurich and the other, Beethoven’s 9th, with Hebegan playingtheor- throughout the Eastern United Sates, visiting with mil- te r th ,=omplhWiS his mas- Fesispielhaus in Baden- Ihe Mansfield Symphony, gan in church at age 11. He lions of kids. The thousands of visits ,timed modestly at to cLmolZ a= mMdencv -S 0' h V - . of He tub has perfomied organ recitals the Davie County Librmy In svhere a children's librarian,ro complete Ihe residency The baritone sang with role in Poigy and Bes, In around the comaqr and has Olivia Husk, took an interest In a young Maik supplying ^uirem ent for his doctor- PeterNero andthePhilly Malmo, Sweden, ended that perfoimed on the original him for years with a treasure trove of books. He was in-' M e-W hilethereheseDed Pops at the Mann Center season. T heH ourofPow eratthe viled and has perfomied at The WhiteHousefor TheEaster CtyStal Cathedral in Garden Egg Roll twice. Grove, Calif. He was organ- Mark and Tami Daniel, are the directors of KIDabra ist for the National Christian International, an association that twice a year during it's Choir (NCC) in Washing- conferences In Pigeon Forge1Tenn. and Ventura, Calif,, at- ton, D.C. for four years. In tracts hundreds of children's performers who gather from 2014, he presented a solo across the country and many parts of the world for educa- concert, Christmas at the tional seminars and shows. Coleman, on harp, piano, At 2 p.m. the newly-formed Davie Community Band and The Mighty Wurlitzer will present a mini Christmas concert forall ages. ,pipe organ (circa 1928) at. If all of that were not enough to get you in the holiday the Coleman Theatre in Mi- spirit, the following artists and authors will be throughout ami, Okla. the building presenting art and books to make your Christ- He began playing the mas shopping easy this year: Pam and Susan Bostian, Lin- harp as an adult. After play- da Fowler, Denise Harrison. Clint Miller, Judith Rush and ing the harp for only five Bruce White. These authors will be available to discuss years, he won second prize their books: Charles Crenshaw, Linda Dean, Tiffany Ehnes in the Lyon & Heaiy Inter- and Marie Roth. national Jazz and.Pop Harp Children willbesurprisedtoseethatRudolphtheRed Competition, Lever Harp Nosed Reindeer (Brittani Mohat), The Grinch (Evan Division. Mang), Frosty the Snowman (Adam Naylor), Santa’s Elf For the past 15 years, he. No. I (Josslyn Ruiz), and Santa’s Elf No. 2 (Marisol Rua- has been guest clinician and no). Parents can take photographs of their children with all performing artist at harp of these Christmas Characters, festivals and conferences. Since moving to Winston- Salem in 2009, he has per­ formed with the Winston- Salem, Greensboro, and the Piedmont Wind sympho­ nies. He has recorded four harp - CDs and two piano CDs. As a gospel jazz harpist, he performs in churches all i over the country. As a jazz i harpist, he has performed on rock, jazz, gospel, new age, folk, Christmas and sacred^ recording projects for i ists. Hehaspublishedmi than 80 hymn arrangements, ensemble arrangements, and original compositions for pedal .and lever harp through his music publish- ! ing company, Chiera Music j (wwwfrankvoltzjcom). His music has been recorded Hand Delivered Mocksville Garden Club m em ber Pat Reilly (right) hands over a large wreath to Davie C ham ber of Com m erce President Carolyn McManamy. Reilly for many years has headed the club’s Christm as ^rherrarp^tTarouT^he greenery fundraising project. “Pat worked and works tirelessly seek- world, ing orders and delivering w reaths and trees," said club president, He is on th« board of di- Betty Ward. Funds from this sale help support the annual scholar- rectors for the Piedmo"1 ship the club provides to a local high school senior. JjJjJ1JJcil^ylhe Amencan I S t a r t y o i r r I wish list here I ___ FraMgIrt BoatfqM A WOMAN'S BEST fftfENO . 2526 Lewisvtll&Ctemmons Road, Clemmcns 768-7440 Mon.-Fri. 10-5 /Sat 10-4 www.lmlelghsboutlquQ.com 4 - DAVIE COTOTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 From Mexico To NeW York, With A Stop In Mocksville On Wednesday Nov. 25, Saint Francis of Assisi Catholic church in Mocks- vilte- hosted La Antorcha Guadalupana. This event starts in Mex­ ico City and will terminate in ,New York City/on the feast date of Our Lady of. •Guadalupe, Dec. 12. This is ,a; torch relay organized by . )T.tlie Tepeyac Association. <’>’ Two, replica images are taken; from the Basilica of O ut Lady of. Guadalupe , from Mexico. One is of our Iady^ of, Guadalupe and, the , other of the Indiaii. messen- ger. Juan Diego to whom she appeared to in Decem- ’ ber 1531. A torch is brought along with the images represent­ ing unity, love and the light of Christ. Each year it passes through Mexico and crosses to the United . States. The images are passed town to town, hand in hand by thou­ sands of devotees to Our Lady of Guadalupe. The message of this event is to join families separated by a border. Saint Francis celebrated yvith a procession through' the streets, Aztec dances, folk dances, music, food, : songs, and the celebration of IhevHojy Mass. OnTiiursday1Saint Fran­ cis fan to Saint Mary's Cath­ olic Church in Greensboro to deliver the torch along with the images. “Multiple prayers were ;said and tears shed upon her feet, she is The Virgen with­ out a passport," said Dean­ na Torres. “She is the moth­ er of Mexico and Queen of our hearts. For me it is an emotion that words can­ not express. To constantly live between two cultures is difficult but when I par­ ticipate in events like (his it is impossible to retain one's emotions and devotion to- the culture and Our Lady of Guadalupe.” are held high as the procession leaves St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Mocksville. Parishioners pray before the start of the event roiK d ancers uven up tne ceieDraiton. A large crowd attends the event. ■ o n ei m m H WAS *525 SALE $24$T The torch is carried along Yadkinville Road Blue Topaz Necklace In Sterling Silverwith 18KT gold bezel. Only one! WAS *995 NOW $525! M en's 10KT / M asonic Ring WAS *250 NOW $125! Amazonite Ring In Sterling Silver WAS *2595 SALE $1595 SALE $4995 Single Diamond Princess Ring 1 yz C arat totalw eight Diamond inside/out hoop ONLY 5IS95 earrings set in 14KT gold Diamond Earrings WAS *3995 DIAMON GOLD GALLERY CLEMMONS 7 6 6*1800Alton’s Covs near HIp Chios MOCKSVILLE 7 5 1*3747 Beside Peebles “Trusted Jewelers Since 1960” Even the younger folks get In on the colorful celebration. • s DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015-5 D i s t r i c t C o u r t The following cases were disposed of during Davie District Court. Presiding: Judge April C. Wood. Pros­ ecuting: Karen Biemacki1 Kaitlyn Jones, and Patrick Collins, assistant DAs. - Robert Dean Ander­ son, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, prayer for judgment contin­ ued, cost, $110 attorney fee. - Jackie Paul Ary, pos­ session of marijuana up to one-half ounce, deferred prosecution, 12 months su­ pervised probation, 40 hours community service, credit for time completed, obtain GED within 12 months, ob­ tain substance abuse assess­ ment, cost, $20 install fee, if in compliance charges may be dismissed in 12 months. - Patrick Christopher Bass, speeding 90 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $50, cost; reckless driving to en­ danger, dismissed. - Johnny Lee Boger, assault on a female, dis­ missed, prosecuting witness to pay court cost. - Brian Fredrick Braden, felony financial card fraud, reduced to misdemeanor larceny, sentenced to 45 days, suspended 18 months, $524 restitution, cost, $280 attorney fee. - Ambrose Lee Brock, in­ jury to property, sentenced to 45 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours commu­ nity service, do not be on property of victim, remain in school, remain on good behavior, submit to war­ rantless testing/searches/ seizures, do not associate with anyone not approved by parents, $250 restitution, cost.'attomey fee. - ^nthony Jason Burke, domestic violence protec­ tive order violation, sen­ tence^ to 60 days, sus- • pended 12 months; abide by 50-B,|$100, cost, $20 install fee. j - Xavian Gerrod Byers, driving while license re­ voked not DWI1 reduced to failure to notify DMV, $50, Cost. - Clint F. Callahan, speed­ ing 75 in a 55, prayer for judgment continued, cost. V Justice W. Childress, two counts possession of marijuana paraphernalia, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, simple possession schedule IV controlled substance, dis­ missed; misdemeanor lar­ ceny, sentenced to time served, cost. - Kayla Savanna Chilton, shoplifting concealment of goods, stay away from Wal Mart, cost, $20 install fee. - JuIie Anne Ede, aid and abetiDWl, dismissed. - j Todd Alexander Ed­ wards, assault on a female, dismissed, state's motion to continue denied, victim not - Manisha Dclise Ellis, felony financial card theft, reduced to misdemeanor larceny, felony identity theft, reduced to misde­ meanor credit card fraud, sentenced to 30 days, sus­ pended 12 months, $98.57 restitution, cost. - Shelley Joan Estes, communicating threats, dis­ missed. - Edgar Vazquez Flores, speeding 112 in a 70, dis­ missed; reckless driving to endanger, credit for driving school, $1,000, cost. - Marcus Antonio Gad- son, misdemeanor child abuse, dismissed. - Nathan Stone Gordon, possession of drug para­ phernalia, simple posses­ sion schedule VI controlled substance, probation viola­ tion, dismissed, conditions completed. - Jacob Alexander Greer, operating vehicle with no insurance, driving/allowing vehicle to be driven with no registration, dismissed. - David Matthew Grif­ fin, failure to wear seat belt, $25.50, cost; driving while license revoked not DWI1 failure to secure passenger under age 16, possession/ display of altered/fictitious/ revoked license, dismissed. - Victoria L. Hafford1 speeding 54 in a 35, prayer for judgment continued, - Frank Joseph Halter, unsafe passing yellow line, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Lindsay A. Hedgpeth1 expired registration, dis­ missed. - Garland S. Holleman, assault on a female, injury to personal property, dis­ missed; assault on a female, sentenced to 75 days, sus­ pended 12 months, 24 hours community service, have no contact with prosecuting witness, obtain abuser treat­ ment, $142.50 attorney fee. - David Jones, speeding 95 in a 70, reduced to care­ less and reckless driving, $600, cost. - William Dennis Jones, speeding 83 in a 70, prayer for judgment continued, - Antoine Keith Joyner, assault on a female, sen­ tenced to 150 days, sus­ pended 18 months, 24 hours community service, obtain substance abuse assess­ ment, submit to warrant­ less tests/searches/seizures, attend anger management class, not assault/threaten/ harass victim, $225 attorney fee; driving while license revoked not DWI, open container after consuming alcohol, dismissed. - Macial Quanto Keuwa, operating vehicle with no insurance, canceled/re­ voked/suspended certifi­ cate/tag, dismissed. - Juvonta D. Lafond, breaking and/or entering, larceny after breaking/en­ tering, larceny of vehicle, three counts larceny of a firearm, dismissed, state’s motion to continue denied. - Harold David Lanning1 sexual battery, reduced to simple assault, prayer for judgment continued, cost, have no contact with victim. - Justin Seth Lanning, two counts set fire to woods/ land/fields, dismissed. - Heather Dawn Little, misdemeanor larceny, dis­ missed; misdemeanor lar­ ceny, sentenced to time served, cost, $170 attorney fee. - Crystal C. Marion, fel­ ony larceny by removing/ destroying antitheft com­ ponent, reduced to misde­ meanor larceny, sentenced to 120 days, credit for 149 days, do not be on property of WaI Mart, cost, $280 at­ torney fee. - Stephanie L McClure, assault and battery, dis­ missed, state’s motion to continue denied, victim not in court. - DiIIion D. McGee, expired registration, dis­ missed. - John Thomas McK- iver, expired registration, dismissed; driving while license revoked, reduced to failure to notify DMV of ad­ dress change, $50, cost. - Shelley Jean Pfeffer, driving while license re­ voked not DWl1 possession/ display of altered/fictitious/ revoked license, reckless driving to endanger, open container after consuming alcohol, dismissed; DWI, sentenced to 24 months, suspended 18 months, 10 days active, 43 days credit, obtain substance abuse as­ sessment, surrender license, $225 attorney fee. - Kenneth D. Powell, 3 counts driving while license revoked DWI revocation, 2 counts resisting public of­ ficer, speeding in excess of 35 mph, possession/display of altered/fictitious/revoked license, littering not more than 15 pounds, dismissed. - Donald Ray Rankin, speeding 83 in a 70, dis­ missed; driving while li­ cense revoked not DWI, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $100, cost. - Joseph Linn Reid, main­ taining vehicle/dwelling/ place for controlled sub­ stance, possession of mari­ juana paraphernalia, reck­ less driving to endanger, hit/run leaving scene after causing property damage, operating vehicle with no insurance, driving/allowing vehicle to be driven with no registration, dismissed; possession of stolen goods/ property, simple posses­ sion schedule II controlled substance, sentenced Io 120 days, suspended 18 months, 48 hours community ser­ vice, obtain substance abuse assessment, cost. - Jose Cruz Renteria, no license, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $50, cost; failure to stop for stop sign/flashing red light, dismissed. - Jose Gabriel Reyes, shoplifting concealment of goods, sentenced to 10 days, suspended 12 months, $22.88 restitution, cost, $20 install fee. - Molly Catherine Rigers, second degree trespass, dis­ missed; misdemeanor lar­ ceny, sentenced to 30 days, suspended 12 months, not be on property of Wal Mart, cost, $225 attorney fee. - Damian M. Rueda1 speeding 87 in a 65, reduced to 74 in a 65, $10, cost. - Brandon R. Russell, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, sen­ tenced to 10 days,suspend­ ed 12 months, $100, cost, $20 install fee. - Christine K. Santiago, driving while license re­ voked not DWI, failure to maintain lane control, open container after consuming alcohol, dismissed; DWI, sentenced to 120 days, suspended 18 months, 48 hours community service, surrender license, not oper­ ate vehicle until licensed, obtain substance abuse as­ sessment, $200, cost, $225 attorney fee. - Michael Timothy Scars, speeding 68 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Bradley Odale Smith, possession of drug para­ phernalia, dismissed. - Dustin Owen Smith, misdemeanor probation vio­ lation, probation continued/ extended six months. - Shayna Speight, DWI, sentenced to 24 months, suspended 24 months, 30 days active, credit for IO days, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, obtain substance abuse assessment, $500, cost; driving while license revoked, sentenced to 45 days, suspended 24 months; white light rear-drive for­ ward, dismissed. Marcus Dwayne Sprague, injury to real property, injury to personal property, sentenced to 45 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours community ser­ vice, do not be on property of victim, remain on good behavior, do not associate with anyone not approved by parents, $250 restitution to victim not jointly and severally, cost, $225 attor­ ney fee. - Jennifer Kata Wetmorc, DWI. sentenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, surrender license, not oper­ ate vehicle until licensed, obtain substance abuse as­ sessment, $100, cost; speed­ ing 86 in a 70. dismissed. - Paul David Wilson, sim­ ple assault, dismissed. - Anna Corinne Wood, shoplifting by substitution, dismissed; misdemeanor larceny, sentenced to 30 days, suspended 12 months, stay away from Wal Mart, continue treatment, cost, $20 install fee. - Joshua Kenneth Woo­ ten, failure to maintain lane control, cost. $225 attorney fee, $20 install fee; hit/run failure to stop after caus­ ing property damage, dis­ missed. Failure to Appear - Matthew J. Chicoine, injury to personal property. - Michael Dacotah Link, driving while license re­ voked not DWI, improper passing. - Josey Lane Lunsford, misdemeanor larceny. - Thomas Arvin Roth- well. speeding 101 in a 70, reckless driving to endan­ ger. - Harold E. Shrewsbury, failure to return rental prop­ erty. - Jimmy Vilson, misde­ meanor larceny, breaking or entering. FARM FRESH PORKAaNaturalNoArtIflciaIbmMBMitsGRAIN FED BEEFtraaasamr- OBimrmusuJerry & Cindy Foster(336) 998*7175 Historic Country Store Property For Sale/lease Form erly Roy's (G unter's) Store 1027 NC Hwy 801 N. in Advance >Sale includes rental house behind store >CalI Kyle A rm entrout with Quality Oil Co. 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When you add Brand New Belongings'" to your homeowners, renters and condo insurance, we don't just give you the partial value of things that have been stolen or destroyed, we help you replace them with the latest versions. We put our members first, because we don't have shareholders5*. Join the Nation' that doesn't do things halfway. K elthH iIIer 1109 Yadkinville Rd. Willow Oaks Shopping Center Mocksville (336) 751-6131 Nationwide’Is on your side H Uil bM a*uu4in n itni men Vtinwi ifc Arrests The following were ar­ rested by the Davie County Sheriff’s Department. Nov. 23: Robert Poole, 62, of Golfview Dr., Ad­ vance, second degree tres­ pass; Kimberly O’Brien, 50, possession of schedule VI controlled substance/, paraphernalia; Jacob Lin- hart, 22, of Ginny Lane, Advance, driving while li­ cense revoked not DWI; Brandon Steele, 17, of Loop St., Mocksville, con­ spiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous .weapon; AngeI Pereira, 23, of Watt St., Cooleemee, failure to appear in court; Travis Sut- terlin, 20, of Lakewood Vil­ lage Dr.,-Mocksville, assault on a female, - Nov. 24: Jonathan Tench, 36, of Salisbury,'larceny of vehicle; Tina .Westbrook, I 50, of Harrisburg, civil con­ tempt of court; Faith Knaus, I 23, of Hendersonville,'sim­ ple possession marijuana, possession of drug para­ phernalia; Michael' Light- hart, 40, of Hendersonville, failure to appear in court; Joseph Thach,' 19, of Se­ attle, Wash.,-'sex ,offender on child premises; Kendrick Myers, 20, of Casa Bella Dr., Advance,'aid and abet DWI, allowing unlicensed person to drive. Nov. 25: Harold Shrews­ bury, 55, of- Arrowhead Rd., Mocksville,'‘failure to appear in- court; Stephen Vemon1 51, of Charles­ ton Ridge Dr., Mocksville, communicating ' threats; Justin Shrewsbury, 28, of Lexington, second degree burglary, larceny after breaking/entering, domestic violence protective order vi­ olation; Lakwon Baker, 19, of Farmville, possession of drug paraphernalia. Nov. 27: Tony Booe, 28, of Milling Rd., Mocksville, DWI. Nov. 28: Richard Cuth- bertson, 23, of Swicegood St., Cooleemee, assault on a female. Nov. 29: Dalton' Pruitt, 18, of Grannaman Dr., Mocksville, .assault on a fe­ male, consuming alcohol by person underage 19. Land IVansfers The following land trans- RANDY MILLER &S0NS SEPTIC TANK SERVICE295 Miller Road • Mocksville (336) 284-2826 • Ws Pump Septic Tanks • fers were filed with the Davie Register of Deeds, Iistedj by parties involved, acreage, township and deed siamps purchased,, with $2 representing every $!',000. , - Jtustee Service? of Car­ olina to US Bahk1NA'-, 5.01 acres, Shady Qrove1 $886. -' Phillip-Allen Ivey and Sonja CarterTvey to Lorene P. Branson and Chester'L. Branson, .89 acre, $150. - Herbert G. Burton and Velma S’. Burton to Rodney D. Burton; l tract. - RodneyJD. Burton', Her­ bert G.'Burton and Velma S. Burton to Rodney D. Bur­ ton, 17.28 acres. - Rodney D. Burton, and Herbert G. Burton and Vel­ ma S. Burton to Herbert G. Burton'and VeIpia S: Bur­ ton, I7.47.acres. • - Gail Jones Jordan and Clyde E. Jordan to Sherman E. Plott'.and Dorothy Gob­ ble Plott, .3'tracts, Mocks­ ville, $180. - • ;- Williams Development Group to True .Homes, 2 tracts, $66. ■ - Williams Development Group to True Homes, 2 lots,,$84; - Williams Development Group .to True Homes, 2" tracts,$84. , - True Homes to Joshua D. Ramsey, I lot, $450. - Wells Fargo Bank NA, trustee, to-Farmstead’Lane Limited Partnership, 7.67 acres, Farmington, $ 110. •- Michael E. Seamon, trustee to Roger Spillmrin and Delmar McDani?!, 2 tracts, Mocksville,$107. • - Michael ',E. Scamon, trustee to Toni Englert. and Teni Smith, '12.61 acres, Mocksville; $63. - Roy Anderson Bowen to (jrubbs Investment Prop­ erties; I lot, Shady Grove, $20. . - Cherie * Vaugl\n Eads, and Samuel Jasoh Eads ‘to Matthew Busse and Kim-. berly Ann Busse.6.25 acres, Shady Grove; $468. • • • - -Russ William Trem­ blay rind Shannon Bronwyn Tremblay to Batangas Con­ sulting, I condominium, Farmington, $230. -: Batangas.Consulting to Erpest F,. Parker, I condo­ minium, Farmington, $230. ' - Jeny Acc and Jessica . Ace to Jody 'Todd' Hamm and Jennifer.D. Hamm, 2 lots, Farmington, $384. - Hoyt N. Dorsett and Linda T. Dorsett to Jes­ se Eugene Coleman and HeatherMullican Coleman, 2 tracts, Farmington, $570. - Antltony J. Cameron • Sr. and Robin Elaine Cameron to Anthpny j! Cameron II, I lot, Farmington. - Eastwood Construction to Larry James Gordon Jr., I, lot, Farmington, $496. - Trustee Services of Car­ olina to Wells Fargo Bank NA, ,19 acre,'Farmington, $298. - Grady-1. Ingle, substi­ tute trustee to Carrington Mortgage Services, I lot, Shady Grove, $272. Jonathan Vann Gunter ■ and Ivey C.. Gunter, Leon­ ard Keith Gunter and Lori C. Gunter to Adam Chris­ topher Banett and Eliza­ beth Holcomb Barrett, I lot, Farmington, $270. , - Richard W. Cummings and Lorraine F. Cummings to Kimberly Rhodes, 1.27 acres,$I84. ' •’ - Philip A. Glass, substi­ tute trustee to 21st Mort­ gage Corp., I acre, Jerusa­ lem,$188. - Substitute Trustee Ser­ vices to US.Bank NA, I acre; Farmington, $161. - Kenneth E. Dohleman to. Batangas Consulting, I villa, Farmington, $180. . • - Batangas Consulting to Realty. Construction Ser­ vices, I villa, Farmington, $180. . . - US Bank NAtoNOTW Propertjes11 jot, $135. - US Bank NA to Chris­ topher M. Bailey, I parcel, Shady Grove, $212. - Barbara E. Thornton to Wilma Marie Register, I lot, Mocksville,$312. Sheriff’s Dept. The following are from Davie County Sheriff’s De­ partment reports. Nov. 23: identity. theft. Baity Road, Mocksville; felony larceny, breaking. and/or entering, Gun Club Road, Advance; missing person, Bermuda Village Dr., Bermuda Run;.identity theft, larceny, Riverview Townhouse Dr., Advance; breaking and/or entering, felony larceny, Jamestowne Dr., Mocksville; sexual assault, Oakland ! Ave., Mocksville; communicating threats, Redland Road, Ad­ vance; disturbance, assault on a female, Lakewood Vil­ lage Dr., Mocksville. .Nov. 24: larceny of.ve­ hicle, Lakewood Circle, Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Riverview Townhouse Dr., Advance;, simple affray, Campbell Road, Mocksville; felony financial card fraud, Rose Arbor Lane, Mocksville; possession , of drug para­ phernalia, -simple posses­ sion marijuana, 1-40 East, Mocksville; sex offender on child premises, Salisbury Road, Mocksville; found license tag, Comatzer Road, Mocksville;. located miss­ ing person, Salisbury Road, Mocksville. Nov.. 25: possession of drug paraphernalia, Ijames Church Road/U.S. 601 N., Mocksville; civil dispute, Salisbury : Road, Mocks­ ville; unauthorized use. of vehicle, County . Home Road, Mocksville. Nov. 26: simple assault, communicating threats, dis­ turbance, Gladstone Road, Mocksville; discharge of a weapon into an occupied dwelling/moving vehicle, Carters Ridge Road, Ad­ vance; dispute, Underpass Road.Advance. Nov. 27: DWI, US 158/ Dulin Road, Mocksville; disturbance, Pratt Farm Lane, Mocksville; damage to property, disturbance, Boxwood Church Road, Mocksville. Nov. 28: disturbance, Creekstde Dr., Mocksville; breaking and/or entering, injury to personal property, Mocks Church Road, Ad­ vance; breaking and/or en- tering, Comatzer Road, Ad­ vance; breaking or entering, discharge of a firearm to incite fear, Liberty Church Road, Mocksville; distur-. bance, assault on a female, Swicegood St., Cooleemee; assault on a female, con­ suming alcohol by person under age 19, Grannaman Dr., Mocksville. Nov. 29: second degree trespass, disturbance, Junc­ tion Road, Mocksville; breaking and/or entering, felony larceny, injury to real property, Hillcrest Dr., Ad­ vance. Mocksville Police The following are from Mocksville. Police Depart- .. ment reports. - The shoplifting of a coat from WalMart was reported Nov.27. - A vehicle parked off Cooper Creek Drive was scratched, it was reported Nov.27. . - A stolen credit.card was used to make purchases in Mocksville, it was reported Nov. 26. - A domestic disturbance was reported Nov. 26 in a parking lot off Valley Road. - A window was broken at a residence on 101 N. Main St., it was reported Nov. 25. - A woman was threat­ ened in a parking , lot off YadkinvilIe Road, it was re­ ported Nov. 24. Arrests - Ray Alexander Vines, 31, of Winston-Salem, was charged Nov. 29 with DWI. Trial date: Feb. 5. - Zachary Alexander Car­ rion, 2L of Fostall Drive, was charged. Nov. 28 with - possession of a concealed . weapon. Trial date: Jan. 14. - Teresa Ann Driver, 41, .of Swicegood St., Coolee­ mee, was charged Nov. 27 with credit card fraud. 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A d m in is tr a tiv e C o u r t Oct. 16 -LeslieLoezaRamirez, title/registration, dismissed, Thefollowingcaseswere speeding64ina45,reduced corrected, disposed of during Davie to 54 in a 45, $15,cost; im- -AustinNathanielSmith, Administrative Court Oct. proper equipment - speed- speeding 86 in a 70, reduced 16. Presiding: Magistrate ometer, dismissed per plea, to improper equipment, $50, David T. Miller. Prosecut- - Lindsay Beth Register, cost, $50 improper equip- ing: John BandIe and Pat- speeding71 ina55,reduced mentfee. rick Collins, assistant DAs. to improper equipment, $50, -CamrynNichole Smith, -T-L w , „ tt, - J- Rodrigues-Montes, cost, $50 equipment fee. speeding 68 in a 55, reduced The Mocksville Plan- speedinB 83 in . 70, reduced - Eraesl XUpttidc Reid, to 64 In a 55,$15,Co,T about 10 years, Frank will be able to move on Thursdav1 T n a tV ln ,o79in“ ™ -«5.cost;fail- speeding 83 ma70.reduced - Jordan Paul Smith.eoiw ,,,Jtu _ 1 nursaay,uec. IU at 5.JU ure to secure passenger un- toimproperequipment,$25, failure to stop for red light, p.m. at Mocksville Town derage 16, dismissed per cost, $50 equipment fee. reduced to improper equip- Hall. plea; no license, reduced to - Clarence D. Reynolds, ment, $25, cost, $50 im -. Theboardwillreview a failure to notify DMV of ad- speeding 84 in a 70, reduced proper equipment fee. request by Martha Foster dress change, $50. to 79 in a 70, $15,cost. - Wayne Eugene Snyder, to rezone 5.46 acres from " ®‘anca Morris, - Madison T. Rhoades, speeding65ina55,reduced Open Space Residential sPeedinS84ina70Vreduced failure to stop for red light, toimproperequipment,$25, OSR to Htohw-iv Pnm to improper equipment,$25, reduced to improper equip- cost, $50 equipment fee. • m o -T-L " cost’ ^50 imPrOPer equip- ment, $25, cost, $50 im- - Maria Jany Soto, speed- me^ 1? ^ r0^erty ment fee' proper equipment fee. ing 83 in a 70, reduced tois at 1179 Country Lane . Christie Dawn Myers,' - Anthony Earl Riggio, improper equipment, $25, and is Davie County Thx failure to reduce speed, dis- speeding 86 in a 70, reduced cost, $50 equipment fee. Parcel H500000018. missed, civil settlement: to improper equipment, $50, . - Daniel M .. Speeney, The meeting is open - Zachary Paul Myers, cost, $50 equipment fee. speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to the public. A full copy speeding92 in a 70,reduced - Fermin Rodriguez, toimproperequipment,$50, of agenda items will be to 7^in a 70, $15, cost. speeding 84 in a 70, reduced cost, $50 equipment fee. - Mohammad B. Naseri, toimproperequipment,$25, - James Warren Stanley,’ speeding 87 in a 70, reduced cost, $50 equipment fee. speeding 87 in a 70, reduced toimproperequipment,$75, - Boshears Ray Rogers, toimproperequipment,$75,: cost, $50 improper equip- driving while license re- cost, $50 equipment fee. menr fee. voked not DWI, reduced to - Timothy David Stanley, - Thbatha Angell Odle, failure tonotify DMVof ad- driving while license re- one interested may obtain failure to reduce speed, dis- dress change, $50, cost. voked not DWI revocation, additional information or missed, civil settlement. - Lawrence H. Rothrock, dismissed, corrected, ask questions about the - Hunter G. Ogletree, speeding 88 in a 70, reduced - Jennifer L. Steelman, meeting by visiting the sPeedinS 8S in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, operating vehicle with no Development Services t0 improper equipment, $25, $100, cost, $50 equipment insurance, dismissed, cor- Department on week- cost' $S0 imProPer ecIuiP' fee' reeled, days between 8 a.m. and men‘fee:; ' Alan Brerr Rui>in, - Teresa S. Stephenson, 5 p m or by telephone at ' Douglas Fred Osborne, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced speeding 86 ina70, reduced -!<■> speeding 84 in a 70, reduced toimproperequipment,$75, to improper equipment, $50, toimproperequipment,$25, cost, $50 equipment fee. cost, $50 equipment fee. cost, $50 improper equip- - Shonda Marie Rut- - Justice M. Stover, mentfee- ledge, speeding 85 in a 70, speeding72ina55,reduced • Danielle Renee Owens, reduced to improper equip- toimproperequipment,$75, speeding 88 in a 70, reduced ment, $25, cost, $50 im- cost, $50 equipment fee. to improper equipment, proper equipment fee. -JohnathonLeeSutton, $100, cost, $50 improper -HeatherLillySanders, speeding 89 in a 70, reduced equipment fee, speeding 58 in a 45, reduced to 79 in a 70, $15, cost, - Cody Lee Owings, to54 in a45,$15,cost. -KelseyHannahSwaim1 exceeding safe speed, dis- - Haley Jane Santee, speeding65 ina55,reduced missed, civil settlement. speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, - Justin Allen Parker, to improper equipment, $75, cost, $50 equipment fee. Th n r sPeeding68ina55, reduced cost, $50 equipment fee. - Fred Tyrone ” Taylor I ne ^ candidate hling toimproperequipment,$25, - Robert Keith Sargent, II, speeding 92 in a 70, re- penod for local and state cost, $50 equipment fee: speeding86iha70,reduced duced to 79 in a 70, $100, offices continues until -IvoryLaurenPaysour, to 79 in a 70, $15, cost. cost; reckless driving to en- noon on Dec. 21. speeding 83.in a 70, reduced - Annette S. Savage, danger, dismissed per plea. Offices that may be to improper equipment,$25, speeding 82 in a 70, reduced -ThomasEdwardTeabo, filed for and fees paid in cost’S50 equipment fee. to improper equipment,$25, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced the Davie Board of Elec- ’ ^tacia Peterson, reck- cost,$50 equipment fee. toimproperequipment,$75, tions Office: 34th Senate !^ s .dnvm8 ,0 endanSer- - Derek Scott Sexton, cost, $50 equipment fee. District ($207), 79th State Clv|i settlement. Speeding 86 In a 70, reduced - Donaldo Tervel, no Ii- House District «71171 - willlalV carl Pdnct. tonnpropeteqnipment,$50,House District ($207), speeding 86 in a 70, reduced cost, $50 equipment fee. Register of Deeds ($536), toimproperequipment,$50, - Ronnie Ray Sheppard, three county commis- cost, $50 equipment fee: speeding 54 in a 35, reduced sioner seats ($66), and - Nicholas A. Preziosi, to44ina35,$15,cost. four board of education speeding 86 in a 70, dis- - Amanda Rae Sides, fic- to 79 in'a 70, $15, cost. seats($36). missed per plea; no license, titious/altered title/registra- - Galen Brooks Tolar, Filing fees may be reduced to failure to notify tion, dismissed, corrected. expired registration, dis- paid by check to the Da- of address change, - Amanda E. Sizemore, missed, corrected, vie Board of Elections $50, C°St' 5200 ^ ailure t0 exPired registration, dis- -JulioCesarTorres.driv- 161 Poplar St., Suite 102. aPpea^ fehC rt . p, • missed c0rrececd.niro-t ' Robert J. Purviance, -AdnanDeshaun Sloan, firfn* questK)ns t0 ?53- speeding 91 in a 70, reduced operating vehicle with no ro79 in a 70,$15,cost. insurance, fictitious/altered ..Please SeeC ourt-Page9 WE ACCEPT ALL TRADE INS! www.triadautos.com on file at the Mocksville Town Hall and the Da­ vie County Development Services Department. Prior to the meeting, any- 753-6050. KENNETH L. FOSTER & ASSOCIATES, PA * Land Surveyors • Planners •Mapping Residential, Commerical, Sub-Division Planning & Design A ssist In E state Divisions C em etery Design & Layout OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN ALL TYPES OF SURVEYS Licensed in North Carolina & South Carolina.ResidentofDavIi Deadline To File For Local Office Is Dec. 21 cense, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $50, cost. - Nicholas A. Thomas, speeding 89 in a 70, reduced ing while license revoked not DWI, reduced to failure G n f u i j c SMARTER. I iip p bolde R. j g r ; FASTER.;.; 854 Valley Road Mocksville, NC 27028 336-751-2222 www.cenfury21triad.com Is a Roth IRA right for you? Let’s talk. SteveM TaIton RnancialAdvlsor Walmart Shopping Center Mocksville, Ne 336-751-0066 K dw ardJones Court.DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 - 9 ^ T “e n ^ m Fa8HH8 chanIf-52^ cost- . cost. $25,cost. ' speeding9.6.in a 70.reduced $25. cost." h e<n address -TracyLouiseBelcher. - Kerry Elizabeth Eagan, -Tristan Dean Hanes, to . careless and reckless - Montac Devine Parks, change,$5U,cost. driving while license re- speeding 88 in a 70,reduced failure to reduce speed, dis- driving, $600, cost. speeding 84 in a 70, failure . ; ^ O ui-fasJ r0T anj' ^oiced "o t0 WI, reduced to to improper equipment, $50, missed, civil settlement. - Malison E. Kcegan1. to wear seat belt, failure to peeding88ina70,reduced failure to notify DMV of ad- cost, $50 equipment fee. - Andrew Hadley Han- failure to.reduce speed, dis-. secure passenger under age to 79 in a 70, $15. cost. dress change, $25, cost. - Darlene Eckles, speed- ford, speeding 85 in a 70, missed. • - Annamane E. Tucci, - Brittany N. Benson, ing 84 in a 70, reduced to reduced to improper equip- - Philip Davis Kelley, speeding 84in a 70. reduced driving while license re- improper equipment, $25, ment. $25, cost. failure to maintain lanecon- toimproperequipment,$25, voked not DWI,dismissed, cost, - Matthew David Hard- trol. dismissed, civil setile-cost, 550 equipment fee. - Austin C. Beshears, - James Musgrave Egg- ing, speeding 70 in a 50, ment. ■: TeIsa Dawn Tbmmire, speeding 89 in a 70, reduced ers, failure to report an ac- reduced to 59 in a 50, $15," - Ryan Matthew Kellyspeeding 67 in a 55. reduced to 79 in a 70, $15, cost.. . cident, dismissed; reckless cost, to 64 in a 55, $15, cost. -Asha Denise Biggers, driving-wanton disregard, - Kasandra Velasquez, speeding 80 in a 65, reduced reduced to improper equip- speeding 86 in a 70, reduced . - MichaeIDavidKessIer, speeding87m a 70,reduced to ^ improper equipment, ment, $25, cost, $50 equip- toimproperequipment,$50, failure to reduce speed, dis-toimproperequipment,$75, $25,cost. 16, dismissed; driving while license revoked riot DWI, reduced lo failure to notify DMV of address change,. $50, cost. - Derek Lamont Parson, :peeding 80 in a 65,reduced . speeding 89 in a.70, reduced - Todd Maurice Hardy, to 74 in a 65.$15, cost. to 79.in a,70.$15.cost. . Chandulal R. Patel, :peeding 80 in a 65.reduced:A . ' mentfee. cost, $50 equipment fee. missed. . to improperequipment,$25,W $50 equipment fee. . Palge Nicole Bonney. --Julie Willis Elliott. - Trucey U e Harwood, Venkata K. KogUnti1 cost, $50 equipment fee; lI‘a,oro' sPeedinS 88 in a 70, reduced speeding 87 in a 70, reduced speeding 86 in a 70, reduced speeding 94 in a 70, dis- - Cristabel L. Patino, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, to improper equipment, to improper equipment, missed; reckless driving to speeding 83 in a 70,reduced toimproperequipment, $50. $100, cost, $50 improper $75, cost. $50, cost. endanger, $400,cost. toimproperequipment,$25, cost, $50 equipment fee. equipment fee. - Angela Marie Ervin, -. Dillon. D. Hawkins,. -Donna M. Kozlowski, cost. $50 equipment fee. -Jonathan L. W alser,. -BrandonLeeBooie.no speeding 85 in a 70, reduced speeding 86 ina 70, reduced speeding 84 ina70,reduced .- Clinton Todd Parks. speeding57ina45,reduced license,dismissed. .toimproperequipment,$25, to improper equipment,' toimproperequipment.$25, speeding89ina70,reduced . tounProPere^uiPment-S25- ' Jflson Ray Bowen, cost, $50 equipment fee. $50, cost. cost, $50 equipment fee. to 79 in a’70, $15, cost., cost, $50 equipment fee. speeding 70 in a 55, reduced - Dena Marie Filiaggi, - Kere Nyaga Hedrick, - Jordan iziah Lakey, - Pavan Kumar Peravali, - Matthew O Bryan to 64 in a 55, $15, cost. speeding 86 ina70,reduced unsafe passing yellow line, speeding 74 in a 55. reduced • speeding 87 in a 70, reduced Warr, speeding 88 in a 70, - Brandy Uigh Bradish, to improper equipment, $50, reduced to improper equip-, to 64 ina 55, $15, cost.'' . to improper equipment; reduced to improper equip- speeding 84 in a 70, reduced cost, $50 equipment fee. ment, $25. cost.. - Rufino Alvarado. Le- $75. cost. ment,$100,cost,$50 equip- to79 in a70,$15,cost. -VictorManuelFiores, - Lloyd Cody Helms, mus, speeding 69 in a 55, - Amy Marie Pirozzolo, . mentfee. . Bradley Paul Breslow, speeding 87 in a 70,reduced speeding4I in a 25,reduced reduced to improper equip- speeding 85 in a 70 reduced -Timothy Uwis Watts, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to 79ina 70,$15, cost. to 34 in a 25, $50, cost. ment, $25, cost. • . toimproperequipment,$25. spe^mgMinaTO.reduced - to . improper . equipment, - Jennifer Elsie Flynn, - Phillip K. Hendricks. - Logan Vincent . Uvi- cost,$50 equipment fee. to 79 in a 70, $15, cost. $25, cost. . . speeding 85 in a 70, reduced speeding 56 in a 45, dis- gne. license/permit violn- - Aubrey Une Wessel, -Christie MarieBrewer, to improper equipment, missed; improper equip- speeding 88 in a 70, reduced failure to secure passenger.'$25, cost.' . ment speedometer. $50, to improper equipment, underage 16,dismissed/ - Samuel H. Fontaine, cost. $100, cost, $50 improper . -.KaraElizabethBruce, speeding83ina65,reduced. - Jose AV Hemandez.. ........... equipment fee.. speeding 83 in a 70. reduced to ': improper equipment, . speeding 86 iri a 70, reduced missed. - .Joseph B., Whiton, . to improper equipment, $50 - $100, cost, $50 equipment to improper equipment, $50, -. Alcxandr : speeding86ina70,reduced . improper equipment fee. fee. cost, $50 equipment fee. toimproperequipment,$50, - Briann A.Buchholz, - Melvin Twain.Forman, - Melissa Ann Hicks, cost,$50 equipment fee., expired registration: dis- speeding 88 ina 70,reduced failure to reduce speed, dis- - Mickey Jason Willard, missed. to . improper equipment, missed, speeding 50 in a 35. reduced -M alikRazzokoByrd, $100, cost, $50 equipment . - Landon Thomas Higgs1V toimproperequipment,$25, speeding97 ina70,reduced fee. unsafe passing yellow line, missed per plea; expired/no . - Pierce H. Prince,speed- cost, $50 equipment fee. to careless and reckless . -. Samuel Roy Foster II, reduced, to improper equip-. inspection, speeding 70 in ing 83 in a 65, reduced to - Jason Lee Williams, driving,$700,cost, speeding 82 in a65,reduced, ment, $25, cost, $50 equip- a 55, dismissed; improper improper equipment, $100,. driving while license re- -JasonBrentCalhoun, to improperequipment.'S75, mentfee.- 'equipment- speedometer, cost. $50 improper equip- voked not DWI, reduced to failure to stop for steady red cost, $50 equipment fee; . - James. Craig Hill, reduced to improper equip- ment fee; rear lamps viola- failure to notify DMV of ad- light, reduced to improper .. - ..Morgan Elizabeth speeding 90 in a 70, reduced ment. $25, cost, $50 equip- tion, dismissed dress change, $50, cost. equipment. Frank, speeding 84 in a. 70, to .79 in a 70. $100. cost. ..m entfee; . - G e n iu s . Rabon, -Deborah L. Wilson, - Junelle M. . Carter,; reduced to improper equip-. - Miranda S. Hines, fail- - Albert Joseph. Magill, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced speeding 83 in a 70, reduced speeding 89 in a 70, reduced : ment, $25, cost, $50 equip-, ure to stop for stop sign/red speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, toimproperequipment,$25, to 79 in a 70, $15, cost. mentfee. iight, reduced to improper toimproperequipment,$25. ..cost,$50 equipment fee. cost, $50 equipment fee. -Anne Monaghan Red*. - Spencer L. Pollard, tion.other restriction under speeding 85 in a.70, reduced age 18,dismissed. to improper- equipment, . - Lacy S. Lineberry1 fail- $25, cost. . ure to reduce speed,, dis- - Daniel Ponjican, failure to stop for stop sign/flash- Loycrde, ing red light, reduced to speeding88.ina.70,reduced improper equipment, $25, improper equiprnent, cost, $50 equipment fee. $100; cost. - Abigail F. Porter, specd- -Timothy Edward Mabe1 ing 89 in a 70, reduced to 79 . expired: registration, dis- in a 70, $15, cost. cost, $50 equipment fee. - Maurice Vaughn Wil­ son, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a 55, $15, cost. - Timothy C. Wrobel, speeding 87 in a 65, reduced to 74 in a 65, $15, cost. - Tara Vivian Carter, - Carolyn Marion Frost, equipment, $25, failure to reduce speed, dis- speeding 62 in a 45.reduced -Tome V. Holsey, speed- missed. toimproperequipment.$75, Abel Castellanos. . cost, $50 equipment fee. speeding41 ina25,reduced - Megan Elizabeth Gall, to 34 in a 25, $100, cost. speeding 85 in a 70, reduced - John Joseph Ceneviva1 to improper equipment, speeding 64 in a 45, reduced $25, cost. . - Jinwu Zbang, speed- to54ina45,$15,cost. -BrianaLaureneGarcia, ing 84 in a 70, reduced to - Miriam Dorta-Chalita, speeding 69 in a 55, reduced - Paul. Joseph .Maholtz, dy, speeding 60. in a .45. speeding 83 ina70,reduced reduced to improper equip- toimproperequipment,$25, ment,$25,cost, cost, $50 equipment fee. - Precious C. Redmond, - Exparza N. Mariela, unsafe movement, dis- speeding 68 in a 55, reduced speeding 86 in a 70, reduced missed. to improper equipment,/-'to.79 in a 70,$15,cost. . - Charlie C. Reeves, $75,cost; . .. Yasmine Daniel Mat- speeding84in a65,reduced - Pamela M. Howerton, tox, speeding 92 in 70, re- to 74 in a 65, $15, cost. ing 83 in a 70, reduced n improper equipment, $25; - Brooke Jenkins Hough, improper equipment, $25, speeding 83 in a70, reduced to improper equipment, speeding 68 in a 55,reduced duced to 79 in 70, $100, - Felix Galvan Rivera, cost, $50 equipment fee. to 79 in a 70, $15, c ..$25, c - Candy Diane Chochon, - Vadim Ghenov, speed- $25, < improper equipment, Nov. 6 speeding 84 in a 70, reduced ing 86 in a 70, reduced to The following cases toimproperequipment,$25, improper equipment, $50, were disposed of during cost, $50 equipment fee; no cost. Davie Administrative Court license, dismissed. - Lucas K. Giannetti, on Nov. 6. Presiding: Judge - Shana Ganis Corker, speeding 84 in a 65. reduced Rod Penry. Prosecuting: speeding60 ina45,reduced to 74 in a 65,$15, cost. V . Patrick Collins and Kaitlin toimproperequipment,$25, . - Amber Serena Gibbs, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced - KaIeb Avery McCar- toimproperequipment,$25, - Donald Edward Howey son, exceeding safe speed, cost, $50 equipment fee; no Jr., speeding 85 in a 70, re- dismissed. license, dismissed. duced to improper equip- -. Catalina C. Medina, - Veronica L. Rodriguez, ment. $25, cost. speeding 52ina 35, reduced speeding 86 in a 70, reduced V - Jennifer K. Hubbard, to improperequipment,$75, to improper equipment, failure to stop for stop sign/ cost. $50 equipment fee. $50, cost. red light, reduced to im- - Brehesner Montoya, .- Carlos Policaip, i Sammy Lee Moser, missed per plea. speeding.79.in a 55, reduced 3 64 in a 55, $!5,costV . Alexander . A, Mous- Siji M. Schoon- maker, speeding 54 in a 35, reduced to 44 in a 35, $15, Wiliiam Brian Schoppe, speeding 69 in a Jones,assistant DAs. . cost,$50 equipment fee. speeding87 in a?0,reduced proper equipment, $25, speeding77in a55,reduced . cense,dismissed, corrected. - Kevin Lee Adams, -Matthew Kyle Corman, to improperequipment,$25,. cost. . to 64 in a 55,$15,cost. ... r Catina C. Roseraond, reckless driving to endan- speeding 89 in a 70, reduced cost; improper equipment - - Anna Christine Hud- - Bradley. Thonias speeding 87 in a 70, reduced ger, reduced to improper to 79 in a 70, $15, cost; no speedometer,dismissed. son, speeding 85 in a 70, Moore, speeding 85 iri a 70, to improper equipment, equipment, $25,cost. license, dismissed. . - ..BradleyThomasGib-: reduced to improper equip-. reduced to improper equip- $75,cost. . - AnjaneyuIu Akula, . - Michael Paul Cower, by, speeding 70 in a 55, ment, $25, cost. . ' ment, $25, cost, $50 equip- - Jonathan P. Ro- speeding 85 in a 70, reduced driving. while license re- reduced, to improper equip-. - Sandra Leann Hud- ment fee, throck,. speeding 80 in a 65, to improper equipment, $50 voked not DWI, dismissed, ment, $25, cost. . speth, speeding 80 in a 65. -. Derek Lane Morgan, reduced to improper equip- improper equipment fee. .- Cheryl Renee Crews, -VandeeShoaf Gilbert, reduced to improper equip- speeding 72 in a 55. reduced merit, $25, cost, $50 im- - Marwan K. Alharini, speeding 80in a 65,reduced speeding 60 ina45, reduced ment, $25, cost, $50 equip- toimproperequipment, $75, proper equipment fee. speeding 92 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50 to improperequipment.$25, ment fee. : cost, $50 equipment fee. - . Ali Nimer Sal­ to 79 in a 70, $15, cost. equipment fee. cost; no license, dismissed. -Amie Jo Huffman, driv- - Michael J. Morrill, ameh, speeding 91 in a 70, - Ashraf Abdul Ali1 . - Caitlin Breanne Crook, - David Winston Goad, ;ing while , license revoked. speeding 84 in a 70, reduced reduced to 79 in a 70, $100, speeding 81 in a 65, reduced speeding 83 ina70, reduced . speeding 86 ina70, reduced not DWI, dismissed. to improper equipment, cost; failure to secure pas- to improper equipment, to improper equipment, $50 to 79 in a 70, $15, cost. - Haley Elizabeth Irvin, $25, cost. . senger under age 16, dis- $50, cost. equipment fee. - Carmen Gladys Gogin, speeding 80 in a 65, reduced - Amy Smith Anderson, - Katrina . Ann . Dally, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, failure to yield left turn, dis- speeding 83 in a 70,reduced .to 79 in a 70, $15, cost. cost, $50 equipment fee; missed. to 79 in a 70, $15, cost. - Gabriel E. .Gpnzalez,: - Brooke Lenee Jones, - Martha Elia Arias,. . - Travis Lee Dalton, speeding 85 ina70, reduced speeding 87 iri a 70, reduced saev. speeding 80 in 65, re- speeding57ina4S,reduced speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, to improper equipment, duced to 74 in 65, $25,cost, toimproperequipment,$25, to improper equipment, $25,cost, $25,cost. - Griffin C. Murray, cost, $50 equipment fee. $25, cost. . .-SidneyNicpleGraley, . - James. Paul Jones, no speeding 86 in a 70; reduced 55, dismissed. - Michael E. Asghedom, - John Stewart Darr,. expired registration,, dis- license, reduced to failure to improper equipmerit, . - . Daniel Lee Scott, speeding90inz70,reduced speeding83 ina70,reduced missed. to notify DMV of address $50,cost. speeding85 in a 70,reduced to 79 in a 70, $15, cost.. toimproperequipment,$25; - Tyler Lloyd Grantz,. change, $50, cost - Kurt Alan.Mustamaa, toimproperequipment,$25, - Sherika Barber-Badey, cost, $50 equipment fee. speeding 89 in a 55, reduced - Jessica Elaine Jones, speeding 86 in a 70. reduced cost. speeding 85 in 70, reduced - Andrew Scott Davis, to 64 in a 55. $15, cost; speeding 80 ina65,reduced to 'improper equipment, - Samuel N. Sexton, to 79 in 70, $15, cost; ex- speeding83 in a70,reduced reckless drivjng-wanton to improper equipment, $50,cost. failure to reduce speed, dis­ pired ; registration, dis- toimproperequipment,$25, disregard,dismissed... $25.cost.. -GypsieAubreyNelson, missed, missed. cost, $50 equipment fee. -KedrickTevonGreen,. - Cathey Wilson Justice, no license, failure to bum - . Olivia Lenneau -RobertEdwin Baker II, - Curtis Van Davis, fail- speeding 84 in a 70, reduced speeding 50 in a 35. reduced headlamps, dismissed. . Sheets, speeding in excess speeding 87 in a 70, reduced ure to wear seat belt, dis- to improper equipment, to improper equipment, $25, - John Logan Nicholson, of. 65 miles; per hour, re- to improper equipment, missed. $25,cost. cost,$50equipment fee. speeding 84 in a70,reduced duced to. improper equip- $75,cost.' -JaneBrownDayw alt1 - Mackenzie.M. Greenly, •• - Mani,Dana Kahn, toimproperequipment,$25, ment, $25. cost, $50 im- - MickelHayes Barnette, failure to reduce speed, dis- speeding 87 in a 70, reduced speeding 85 in a 70, reduced cost, $50 equipment fee. proper equipment fee. speeding 70ina55,reduced missed. to improper, equipriient, to improperequipment, $25; . -Brittany N. Nickels, un-... - Kenneth . Ray to improper equipment, - JJ- Derricott Jr;, speed- $75, cost. cost, $50 equipment fee. safe movement, dismissed.. Shinault, failure to reduce $25, cost. ing 90 in a 70, reduced to 79 - William C; Guthrie, - Michael : Kambouro- - Kamgan G. Norris, speed, dismissed, civil mat- - Elizabeth A. Bates, in a 70, $15, cost; failure to speeding 93 in a 70, reduced glos,- speeding 90 in a 65, speeding 89 in a70,reduced, ter.. speeding 80 in a 65, reduced secure passenger under age to 79 in a 70. $15, cost. reduced to. 74 in a 65, $15, to 79 in a 70. $15, cost. . - Skyler Ciara to 74 in a 65, $15, cost. 16,dismissed. - Bobby M. Hampton, cost. - John Joseph O'Malley, Shore, failure to comply -AubreyAnn Bearden1 -Gary Wade Dillard,im- speeding68 in a55,reduced - Selvakumar Kasilin- speeding83 in a70,reduced with license restrictions, speeding 59 in a 45, reduced proper use of dealer plates, to improper equipment, gam, speeding 88 in a 70, to improper . equipment, dismissed, corrected. to54ina45,$15,cost. dismissed. $25,cost. reduced to improper equip- $25,cost; - Tommy Franklin -VicenteO.Becerril.no - Jesus A. Dominguez, -DonnaLynneHancock,. ment,$l00,cost,$50equip- - Trevor Ross Overman, Shores,speeding 83 in a 70, . license, reduced to failure speeding 88 in a 70, reduced speeding 85 in a 70, reduced mentfee;. speeding 85 in. a 70, reduced reduced to improper equip-' to notify DMV of address, to improper equipment, to improper equipment. - Elizabeth E. Kaulfuss, to. improper, equipment, ment,$50.cost. 10 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursdnj1 Doc. 3,2015 Santa Paws H a v e Y o u r P e t ’s P h o t o M a d e W i t h M r . C l a u s Bring your pet or child for a holiday photograph with Santa from II a.m.- 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5 at Dero’s Wallpaper, Fabric & Draperies, 2761 Lew- isville-Clemmons Road, Clemmons. Clydesdale horses will also be on hand, weather permitting. Proceeds will benefit the Humane Society of Davie County. Cost is $10 per photo, including a frame. Pro­ ceeds will help rescue, care for, and place aban­ doned dogs and cats. The Humane Society will host a holiday open house at the pet adoption center, 291 Eaton Road, Mocksville, on Saturday, Dec. 12,10 a.m.-2 p.m. There will be holiday treats and fellowship. The Christmas Wish List to care for the dogs and cats at the center in­ clude: liquid bleach, pa­ per towels, assorted size Nylabones, clumping cat litter, Amazon, Walmart1 Petsmart & Lowes gift cards, dishwashing deter­ gent, baking soda, Milk Bone Dog Biscuits, Pu­ rina One Adult Cat Food Salmon Flavor, Purina Kitten Chow, Pedigree Puppy Food and dog and cat toys. Pet lovers enjoy walking their real and stuffed dogs thmun Sip & Paint Parties Jl^fflountain 1890 Farm ington Rd. • Farm ington, NC DESIGNS t 336-940-3178 • www.wildmountalnarts.con iaife.i:J33Ku;XBS:!i£,a Bring all of your friends and your favorite beverage! I'll provide the food and Fun! Jlook a patig now X , oaiua, we’ve been good little doggies all year. Paws In The Park Raises $50,622 The 2nd Annual Paws it the Park benefiting the Hu­ mane Society of Davie was again a success. “We partnered up with many kind and charitable sponsors this year who helped promote and fund our extra ^pecLaJ. hpliday event," said Carrie DuPre, Humane Society of Davie marketing manager. “We couldn’t have reached our goal without the combined efforts of sponsorships and donations from the com­ munity. We are able to keep our doors open, save lives, and continue giving aban­ doned dogs and cats second chances. A big thanks to all who donated.” More than 1,000 walk­ ers attended the night of Tuesday, Nov. 10, raising $50,622. The event would not have been possible without the efforts of the HSDC board of directors, staff I members, and a large group of volunteers Including Boy Even some of the Pete *essed for the occasion. ScoutTroop 732, Patti Anne Lynch, Alex Muller, ASU's Treble Attraction, UNCSA Brass Quintet, Clemmons UMC Bell Choir, Redland Praise, Faith Christ Taber­ nacle Choir and the adults and youth volunteers of the adoption center. “We are a small orga­ nization with some BIG changes coming,” DuPre said. Keep up with the adoption center at davien- diuimne.org or on Face- book. ______________— „ “We would like to invite Pets and their owners are smiling, everyone to be our partners in rescue by making your tax-deductible donation today to our annual giving campaign so we can contin­ ue saving lives in the new year." is becoming more popular This pet hitches a ride ______________________ on a shoulder. These D a im a tio n T a r^ rea d ^ ^ J^ ^ Sports DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 - BI Anthony Olmedo is 7-3 as a freshman heavyweight for Davie’s undefeated wrestling team. Davie Wrestlers Keep Pounding By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record In two wrestling meets last week, Davie did what it mostly always does - it racked up points and wins. In the 10-team War Eagle In­ vitational here on Nov. 21, Davie claimed first place with 192 points. Carson was a distant second at 162, followed by R.S. Central (154), Nation Ford (S.C.) with IlOtCox Mill (89), Salisbury (79), West Iredell (73), East Rowan (56), Morehead (32) and Concord (3). Sophomore Josh Shore (106 weight class) and senior Isaiah OImedo (182) were first-place Please See Wrestling - Page B5 Tommy Trader is a junior at 126 with a 7-3 record.- Photos by Brian Pltts Girls Beat Tabor; Lose In Semis ByBrianPitts Davie Enterprise Record Davie's varsity girls basketball team has changed the script on Mt. Tabor. Late in the 2014-15 regular season when the War Eagles top­ pled Tabor to clinch second place and the best Central Piedmont Conferencefinishin 10 years, they stopped a 21-game losing streak to the Spartans. In the first round of the27th-an- nual Mary Garber Holiday Tipoff Classic at GIenn on Nov. 21, the War Eagles beat Tabor 43-34 to improve their record to 2-0. The Garber tournament was divided into two brackets - the Champions bracket and the Pepsi bracket. Fifth-seeded Davie was in the Pepsi bracket with No. I Win­ ston-Salem Prep1No. 2 Reynolds, No. 3 Atkins, No. 4 Tabor, No. 6 West Forsyth and No. 7 Glenn. It was hardly the prettiest win in coach Dave Ruemenapp's three years at Davie, but any win over Tabor is a quality win. Davie led 20-12 after the first quarter, 26-19 at halftime and 34-22 after three. “It was sloppy," Ruemenapp said, "We turned it over a bunch and missed a bunch of easy shots. And they did the same thing. We had a lead the vast majority of the game, but I never felt comfortable. We had a bunch of chances to stretch it out, but man, we had two or three 3s that completely circled and bounced out. We missed too many free throws. The score was stuck at 27-22 for a long time. We finally got a bucket or two and spread it a' little bit so I could at least start breathing again.” CenterAshlyn Hampton had 13 points, 13 rebounds and five steals as the junior opened the season with back-to-back double-doubles. But she “could have had a much bigger night (scoring), and I think she knows that,” he said. Tabor’s defense focussed on point guard Madison Zaferatos and limited her to nine points. “They really did a good job keying on Madi, and it disrupted a lot of the flow of how we usually play,” he said. “I mean Madi’s not a secret anymore. She’s been doing this for a long time now.” Caitlyn Peebles was solid with eight points and five rebounds. When Peebles and Hampton got in foul trouble, Davie got a lift from Cameron Tabor. Emma Slabach played at less than 100 percent, but she contributed six points by hitting 2-of-5 3-pointers. “We got some key moments from Peebles that really helped,” he said. “Peebles and Hampton were in foul trouble a little bit, and Cameron came off the bench and gave us some solid minutes to let us get through it.” In the semifinals at Glenn on Nov. 23, the War Eagles walked into a buzz saw, losing 52-39 to top-seeded Winston-Salem Prep. The Phoenix built a 48-28 lead in the third. As the defending I-A state champions, they can have that effect on people. Last year they went 24-3 and won their playoff games by an av­ erage of 30-plus points. They won it all without their top post player, Kristen Saunders, who missed all the playoff games with a broken foot but is back this year. In fact, all nine players are back, includ­ ing two signees to East Tennessee State and East Carolina. “Not only do we have every­ body returning from last year, but our biggest post player missed the entire playoff run,” Prep coach Eugene Love told the Winston-Sa­ lem Journal as his team opened its Please See Beat - Page B4 Boyle Among State’s Top Tacklers By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record While quarterback Chris Reyn­ olds and receivers Ben Ellis and Cooper Wall tore up the record book, threw it out the window and started writing new pages, a development was sometimes over­ shadowed on the defensive side of the ball. Junior James Boyle is the absolute real deal at linebacker. BoyIe piled up countless high- light-reel moments on his way to 160 tackles, which ranked third in the state in all classifications when Davie’s season ended with a 44-36 first-round loss at Scotland County on Nov. 13. The 160 ranks seventh on Davie’s single-season list, be­ hind DJ. Rice's 181 in ‘04, Patrick Lowery’s 174 in ‘01, Christian Launius’ 168 in ‘ 14, Billy Riddle’s 165 in ‘03, Logan Buchanan’s 165 in ‘05 and Lowery’s 163 in ‘00. Boyle racked up 28 tackles for loss, the most in nine years (Chantz Grannaman had 36 in ‘06). Through the first round of the playoffs, Boyle was ninth among "SUtlSsseSTiflhat category. Should ** he stay healthy next year, Boyle should easily crack the top five in career tackles. He stands at 291. It’s difficult to overstate what Boyle meant to the ‘ 15 team that peaked late to finish 5-7. “Incredible," coach Devore Holman said. “It's incredible what he does day in and day out leading that defense and getting himself to the ball play after play after play. Whenever you put up (160) tack­ les, that reminds me of people like Patrick Lowery, Logan Buchanan, DJ. Rice and Jared Barber-those type of guys. He’s special to our team.” The 6-1, 215-pounder was first or second in tackles in all 12 games, including first nine times. “He’s a student of the game,” Holman said. “He’s a film junkie. He studies film all the time. He doesn’t just know what his posi­ tion is supposed to do, he knows what we do on the back end and he knows what we do on the front end. So he’s a field general.” Holman said Georgia South­ ern, Navy and Charlotte have expressed interest so far. “I’ve had a few coaches talk to me about him, and I've sent film here, there and everywhere,” he said. “He’s just got to continue to do what he does and when those times come for him, he will have an opportunity (in college).” Sophomore Cody Hendrix Please See Boyle - Page B4 SD Boys Beat ND; Hampton Goes Off For Ellis What did Nate Hampton of Ellis' boys basketball team do for an encore? After scoring 22 points in his middle-school debut, he put up 21 to lead the Jaguars to a 38-27 road win over Forbush on Nov. 23. It was the first time in three years an EIlis player went for 20- plus in back-to-back games. Heath Slabach had 24 and 22 against Central Davidson and South Davie in 2012-13. The Jaguars - getting four points from Luke Stillson and three each from Jaxon Beaty and Shaemare Hairston - pulled away slowly, leading 10-8 after one quarter, 17-13 at halftime and 31- 20 after three. “We won on the strength of our post players and defense,” coach Johnny Hill said. “Hairston, Hampton, Justin Lunsford, Sam Hendrix and Jake Hill played solid defense inside and caused a lot of shots to be too long. Our perimeter defense was much better than last week as well. We only gave up three 3-pointers. “I am also finding out my bench is much deeper than I thought. I have been playing them and allow­ ing them game-time experience.” At the end of the first quarter against visiting North Wilkes on Nov. 23, it was AIex Ratledge 11, North 6. RatIedge scored all 11 of his points in a decisive first quarter that saw South Davie bolt to a 23-6 lead. Runs of 17-5 and 8-2 followed in the second and third quarters as the Tigers rolled to a 60-35 decision that avenged last year's 57-28 home loss. Brooks Johnson led the way with 14 points, followed by Rat- ledge with 11 and Matthew James and Scotty Lyons with nine each. Lyons hit three of South’s five 3-pointers. Johnson had the other two. North Davie came out of no­ where to win its opener at Central Wilkes on Nov. 23. After trailing 19-14 at halftime and 29-22 after three, the Wildcats completely flipped the script and blistered Central 19-6 in the fourth to post a 41-35 victory. The Wildcats, who are coming off a 10-6 season that represented the most wins in eight years, were IedbyJames Wilkins’ 15 and Aar­ on Williams’ 13. “We played OK for the first game,” 16th-year coach Matt McPherson said. “We missed tons of layups and open shots. I really liked how we competed in the sec­ ond half to win. That’s good. But we can not shoot that poorly every game and hope to win.” Behind the trio of Ratledge (23 points), Ben Crenshaw (15) and Johnson (14), South Davie han­ dled visiting North Davie 63-51 on Nov. 24. Ratledge's eight-point first quarter staked South to a 12-6 advantage. Johnson’s seven-point second keyed a 19-6 spurt that pushed the halftime margin to 31-12. Though outcome had been decided, North never stopped fighting, outscoring South 28-24 in a never-ending fourth. Ratledge and Crenshaw combined for 20 in the final six minutes. For North, Wilkinseruptedfor 18 of his team- high 21 in the fourth. . Williams and Adrian Cranfill had U and 10, respectively, for Norlh(I-I) Afterstaggeringthrougha 1-13 season a year ago, the Tigers (3-1) are several hundred miles ahead of. that pace. They have three dou­ ble-figure scorers to thank, with Ratledgeaveraging 145,Johnson 13.3 and Crenshaw 105. S. Davie 60, N. Wilkes 35 - BrooksJohnson 14,Alex Ratledge 11, Matthew James 9, Scotty Ly­ ons 9, Ben Crenshaw 5, Matthew Daniel 5, Evan Litde 4, M J. Hol- Ieman 4, Jack Reynolds 2. EIIis 38, Forbush 27 - Nate Hampton 21, Luke Stillson 4, Jaxon Beaty 3, Shaeraam Hairston 3, Justus Tatum 2, Sam Hendrix 2, Jake Hill 2, Luke Williams I. S. Davie 63 - Alex Radedge 23, BenCrenshaw 15, Brooks Johnson 14, M J. HolIeman 4, Matthew Daniel 2, Bryceson Cozart 2, Matthew James 2, Scotty Lyons I. N. Davie 51 - James Wilkins 21, Aaron Williams I ll Adrian CranfilI 10, Grant Copeland 5, Noah Bohannon 2, J.T. Allen 2. B2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3 , 201S The varsity Shady Grove Bulldogs had a perfect season. In four years, they won 30 of 33 games, including a 16-game winning streak. They won four regular-season titles and three postseason titles. Fund To Help Youth In Sports By Janc Simpson Special to the Enterprise The Joe Whitlock Ath­ letic Foundation Fund was established at the Davie Conununity Foundation after Whitlock's death in October. The fund honors a man who valued two things in life: family and sports. Joe and his wife Brenda grew up in Davie County, where athletics was central in their lives. He played football, basketball and baseball for Davie High in the late 1950s. He and Brenda supported the athletic careers of their four children from the .. mid-1970s through the late 1980s. Throughout his life, everything Joe did, he did with the best interests of young athletes in mind. This love of sports led him to coach youth league Joe Whitlock loved Davie sports. baseball and football. He was the first Athletic Booster Club President at South Davie Middle School, and, in 1982, he was a driving force in returning American Legion baseball to Davie County. From 2001 until his . death, you could find him on the sidelines at every Davie High varsity football game. He played a behind- the-scenes role. Anytime an athlete needed money to pay for a sports camp, cleats, or even a sports physical, he was there with money in.hand to assist. . During his 60-plus years in sports, he saw por tential athletes turn away from sports simply because they did not have the mon­ ey to buy the equipment,' and, accordingto his son Barry, “that simply broke his heart." It is with this spirit that the family of Joe Whitlock established a fund at the Davie Commu­ nity Foundation. The goal of the fund is to ensure that no athlete - no matter his or her age - will have to let a lack of finances prevent his athletic pursuits. Joe Whitlock will continue to assist from behind the . scenes. Anyone interested in adding to the Joe Whitlock Athletic Foundation Fund may send a check payable to the Davie Community FoundationlPO Box 546, Mocksville. Joe Whitlock should be noted in the memo section. Visit the foundation website at Hnviv. daviefoiindation.org and make a donation online; Choose the “Joe Whitlock Athletic Foundation Fund” from the drop down menu in the donations tab. Brittani Stewart with boyfriend Nate Steger. Stewart, Rams Make History As CIAA Cham ps SD Takes Over And Beats ND A miserable third quarter cost South Davie's girls basketball team in a 37-29 home loss to North Wilkes on Nov. 23.. The Tigers only trailed 14-13 at.halftime before ■ getting outscored i 3-2 in thethird. “We came out of halftime. and. turned our game off,” coach Julie Snow said. “We passed up open shots. If you want to win, you have to score, which means you.. have to shoot. Wejust didn’t attack.” There were bright spots. Rylea Carter had 12 points, followed by Kayana Cald­ well and Klara Lewis with four each. South played ag­ gressive defense, especial-. Iy Lewis. Caldwell turned heads. Madisyn Cockerham played her heart out. “We played the best de­ fense we've played, includ­ ing last year,” Snow said,. “We boxed out, got on the floor and were just overall ‘The other coaches and I were very impressed with the play of Lewis, Caldwell and Cockerham. Lewis was a killer on defense. She hustled. She struggled in the first quarter, and we.pulled, her out and talked to her. She went back out. and played really well. “Caldwell had a com­ ing-out game. Her. defense was awesome and she was a beast under the boards. I wish we would have count­ ed rebounds because I bet she had well over 10. . “Cockerham makes those around her better. She is a great team leader, and she will do whatever we ask her to do. Whether it’s playing a guard ora post orasking her to change roles in the middle of a play, she does it all." North Davie lost big at Central Wilkes oh Nov. 23. It was the. season opener for the Wildcats, who have a ‘Cats Wrestling Seeks 35th Straight Winning Season With North Davie’s wres- tiing team seeking its 35th consecutive winning season,- the Wildcats opened with a : convincing 66-24 home win over Forbush on Nov. 24. It might not be easy for the Wildcats, who are com­ ing offa 10-4 season in 2014- 15,todominatethiswinteras :. theyretumjustfivestarters. Last year Victor Perez went 9-7, Logan Ballou-Tomel 7-7, Joe Johnson 6-6, Josh Robinson 5-4 and Paul Pol­ lard 5-5. Brandon Newcomer andDavidFeltswent 1-1 and 1-0, respectively, last year.. But they had no problem with the Falcons, getting seven pins from Perez, Newcomer, John Motley, Ballou-Tomei, Robinson, Felts and Pollard. Kaleb. M ills, Ethan ,Wilkins, Johnson and Josh Wright picked up forfeit North lost four weight classes, including one by forfeit. “It wasn't too bad,” said Jamey Holt, who improved to 32-6 in his fourth year as head coach. “It was like a CIint Eastwood movie - it was the goody bad and the ugly. We had some good; we had some bad and we had some, ugly wins. We’ll' take it.” new coach in Trevor Gooch. Trish King guided the Wild­ cats the past.19 years. Ellis (0-2) was blown out at home by Forbush on Nov. 23. . South Davie kicked into gear in the second half, to beat visiting Norfh Davie 3.6-17 on Nov. 24. While North dropped to 0-2, the : 2-2 Tigers extended their series winning streak to six. Northhungtoughinthe .first half. South’s lead after one quarter was 13-10, and it was 18-14 Tigers at inter­ mission. “The first half was ugly," Snow said. “The game got out of control on both sides, and we couldn’t seem to settle down and play our game.” • • North’s coach, Gooch, had a different take: "We. battled hard in the first half.” A 12-2 thirdrquarter run by the Tigers gave them the room they needed to breeze' home. They went on to out- score North 18-3 in the final 12 minutes. . . “The last minute and a half of the second quarter was much better, and that continued the rest of the game,” Snow said, “We slowed the game down, ran our offense and it worked out much better. In the words of. Madisyn Cocker­ ham, we balled up. Our girls do a good job of encourag­ ing each other.” . Carter paved the way w ithT6 points. She has scored at least 12 in all four games. “She did a great job in the second half of getting the ball up the court and leading the team ” Snow said. “It was a nice step up from the first half.” AmberWaIlace exploded off the bench to score eight. . “She was a beast off the bench,” she said. “She gave us a spark that we needed. I wish we counted rebounds because she had a ton,” Cockerham and Maliyah Streater chipped in four points each. North’s top. scorers were Megan. Cash and Chanel Fowler with six apiece. N -Wilkes 37, S. Davic 29 - Rylea Carter 12, Kaya- na Caldwell.4, Klarti Lewis 4, Madisyh Cockerham 2, Layla Caldwell 2. S. Davie 36 - Rylea Carter 16, Amber Wallace 8, Madisyn Cockerham 4, MaIiyah Streater 4, Klara Lewis 2, Couftney Neely 2. N. Davie 17 - Megan Cash 6, Chanel Fowler 6, Amber Strader 3, Desiree Johnson 2. 'Brittani Stewart is going out in a blaze of glory. First, the senior for Winston-Sa­ lem State’s volleyball team was named to the AlI-CIAA team on Nov. 19. Afewdays Iaterin Fayetteville1Stewart and the Rams captured the CIAA Tournament. It was even sweeter be­ cause the Rams had never won the CIAA in a history . that dates to 1978. . Stewart was among, four Winston-Salem State team- .^iates to make the all-con­ ference team; During the. regular season, she was 16th in the league in blocks with 43. As one of three team captains, the :2011 Davie graduate helped the Rams claim the CIAA’s Southern Division with a 15-1 record. Before heading to the CIAA Tournament, Stewart told the Winston-Salem Journal: “We’ve never won the CIAA title (and) it’s time we did it. I think we are more ready, than we’ve ever been. We have a lot of talent and it’s really our title to take. It’s just a matter of if we show, up or not, and I think • we want it more than any- . body else. I think it would put the icing on the cake. I’m graduating in December, so for us to win it would be an awesome way to end my career here.” The Rams took care of business, shredding the competition and advancing to the regional tournament. In the first round of the CIAA Tournament, they beat Lincoln.(Pa.) in straight sets.. Stewart contributed five blocks as Winston-Sa­ lem State notched, its 20th win, the most in nearly 20 years. ' • In the semifinals, the Rams beat Virginia State in . four sets. In the champion­ ship match against Shaw, they, won again in four sets. Stewart started all three matches as her team im­ proved to 22-7. :■ “It felt great," she said. “We could have played a little bit better in some of the matches, but ultimately we got. the job done and did what we needed to do.” . With 11 wins, in . 12 matches, now it's on to the NCAA Division II Atlan­ tic Regional Tournament, which will be held Dec. 3-5 on the campus of Wheel­ ing Jesuit University in Wheeling, W.V. The winner advances to the national tournament in Tampa, Fla. Briefs & Dates Sign Up For Church Basketball League The MocksvillerDavie Parks and Recreation Department will run a church basketball league beginning in January. To enter a team, contact Mike Garner at 751-2325. Shamrock Run & Fun W alkM arch 5 - Registration is.underway for the 28th-annual Shamrock • Run and Fun Walkon March 5. Both the 5K and IOK courses are run through the heart of Downtown Mocksville and are USATF certified. Runners can register online or can register by mail. Information and costs are available at www.sham- rockrunnc.com or by email at director@shamrockrunnc. com or by phone at 751-2973. The. event is sponsored by St. Francis of Assisi Church in Mocksville. This year the run will help support The Dragonfly House Children’s Advocacy Center located in.Mocksville. U p c o m i n g G a m e s Wednesday, Dec. 2 Davie varsity basketball at Central Davidson at 6/7:30 . : Davie JV boys basketball at Central Davidson at 4:30 Davie JV, varsity wrestling at home vs. Reynolds, N Suny.at;5 Cavie indoor track at East Rowan at 3:30 . Thursday, Dec. 3 Davie 9th boys basketball at Mt. Tabor at 6 Ellis basketball at home vs. North Davie at 4:30 . N,.Davie basketball at .Ellis at 4:30 . Friday, Dec. 4 Davie varsity basketball at home vs; Central Davidsor at 6/7:30 Davie JV boys basketball at home vs. Central Davidson at 4:3.0 Davie varsity wrestling in Southern Slam at Eastsidt (S.C.) at 5 . . ElHsbasketballathomevs.HighPointW esleyanat4:3C Ellis wrestling at West Wilkes at 4:30 N; Davie wrestling at HP Wesleyan at 4:30: • ' N. Davie basketball at home vs. High Point Christian South Davie wrestling at High Point Wesleyan at 4:30 Saturday, Dec. 5 Davie varsity wrestling in Southern Slam at Eastsidt (S.C.) . Dayie JV wrestling at West Wilkes Davie swimming in 9th/10th meet at WSSU at 10 a.m.Monday, Dec. 7 Davie varsity basketball at home vs. N. Iredell at 6/7:3C Davie JV basketball at home vs. North Iredell at 4/5:15 Ellis basketball at South Davie at 4:30 . South Davie basketbajl at home vs. Ellis at 4:30 Ttaesday, Dec. 8 EIlis wrestling at Lexington at 4:30 N. Davie basketball at home vs. Forsyth Countrv Das at 4:30 . Wednesday, Dec. 9 Davie varsity basketball at West Rowan at 6:45/8:15 Davie JV basketball at West Rowan at 4; 15/5:30 , Davie 9th boys basketball at home vs. Atkins at 4:30 Davie indoor track at East Rowan at 3:30 ,. GoDavieHiah 1. A nyone can enter except em ployees o f the Davie C ounty Enterprise ReconJ and their fam ilies. O nly one entry allow ed per person p er w eek. AU entries must be o n original new sprint or fax to 336-751-9760. . 2 . G am es in this w eek's contest are listed in each . advertisem ent on these tw o pages. 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In a close Second Place is Tony Poindexter who was just a few points off Sellers’ tie-breaker pick. There are only a couple of contest weeks remaining so keep those entries coming! E N T R Y B L A N K I ADVERTISER I I . . F O S T E R D RU G I 2 . C O U N TR Y CLU B R U G , I 3. D A N C E EX PLO SIO N I 4 . SPIL LM A N ’S ' I 5 . E N T E R P R IS E R E C O R D I 6. W IN G O ’S / C LE M M O N S PAW N I 7. PH ILC A R I 8 . J O E ’S T O W I 9. TA R H EEL TO B A C C O I 10. O S B O R N E ’S T IR E & AUTO. I . 1 1 .T A N G L E W 0 0 D A R T I 12 . PAPARAZZI. HAIR SA LO N I 13 . M O S S Y ’S I 14. DAVIE JE W E L E R S I 15. T & C E X P R E S SI I I I j NAME:. I ADDRESS:. I n&V RHOMP determine th Tola! Entries Must Be Received Before S pm Friday w in n e r j _ _ _ I _ _ _ _ _ I ■■ -■ " I. _ :__ I - I. '■ I ■ I ■ I _ _ _ _ _ I I I I I I "I I I I I I - I - I I I B4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3 ,2015 IllfiREflGLEB IIUfiREHGLES H endrix Boyle... shined, too, at linebacker. When Davie gave Scotland all it wanted, BoyIe amassed 20 tackles and 14 solo stops. Remarkably, he wasn’t the No. I tackier. Hendrix had 22, including 15 solo. Hendrix was first or sec­ ond in tackles 11 times. He blocked three extra points. He put up 130 tackles even though he’s only 175 pounds. “He got better each week,” Holman said. “Gosh, he’s improved. He’s always hawking the ball. He’s a smart guy, too. He's got good football smarts and he really works hard to understand what's happen­ ing. He's one of those guys that’s going to get you on the ground. If he can get his hands on you, he's going to get you on the ground." Hendrix has a calm de­ meanor. Put it this way: He does infinitely more than he. says he's going to do. “That philosophy of speak softly and cany a big stick, that’s Cody,” Holman said. “He doesn’t have a whole lot to say. He lets his pads do the talking.” Boyle and Hendrix com­ bined for 290 tackles, the most by a duo in 11 years (Rice and Buchanan teamed up for 300 in 2004). Sophomore linebacker Kinston Whitener’s num­ bers jumped considerably at Scotland. He had 11 tackles and seven solo. Before that, his high for tackles was six, which he had against Hopewell and Parkland. Also at Scotland, junior tackle Spencer Wilson had six tackles and two team- high tackles for loss. Soph­ omore linebacker Broc Bar­ nette and junior outside line­ backer Jack Little had five tackles each. Sophomore lineman Jalen Redmond, se­ nior safety Avery Wjlliford, senior safety Caleb Wallace, senior comerback Anthony Hunckler and senior line­ backer Michael Rauen had four each. Juniorcomerback Angel Perez and senior . lineman Jarrell Farmer had three apiece. Looking ahead to ‘16, things couldn’t be sunnier ,at linebacker. Boyle will be a senior, while Hendrix, Barnette and Whitener will bejuniors. “Kinston is another one of those great athletes that coach (Dave) Hunt has at linebacker,” Holman said. “He was able to step iri and play with confidence. “Thank goodness, we’ve got all those guys back. We're fortunate to have a nucleus at linebacker spots . where, you don’t have to worry much about, depth because you've got people that you can move in and out and know they’re capable of doing their assignments and getting people on the ground.” '. The varsity girts basketball team put together < Beat... Continued From Page BI season against Davie: “So now we are bringing ev­ eryone back, but have even more depth than we had last year.” . . holiday basket for a family. Hampton hit eight of 10 free throws to score 14 points to go with eight rebounds. Zaferatos nailed 4-of-6 3s to score 13. Sha’vch Martinez, Peebles 2 Qualify In Indoor Track In the first indoor track meet of the season - the Polar Bear at Reagan on Nov. 21 - Davie’s Savannah Everett and Nick Simmons qualified for the state 4-A meet; Everett turned in a 5-0 iri the high jump, while Simmons shattered his own school record in the 3200 meters, running a 9:58.01 to break his old. record of 10:13,29.. “We had many really great performances,” coach Becky Miller said. • Peyton Jones won his 3200 heat by a huge mar­ gin and cut 1:29 off his previous-best time. He ran 10:26.72. • Bryson Penley ran a personal-best 10:46.84 in the 3200, cutting 1:02 off his previous best. , • Emily Pender ran 13:02.11 in the 3200, cut­ ting 52 seconds from her previous best. • Abby Yount ran a 13:00.97 in her first ever 3200. ' . • Maddie Bohannon was second in the 55 meters af 7.59. • Erin Cartner was fourth in the shot put at 27-2. • Angel Perez was.fourth in the 55 (6.94) and second in the 300 (36.9); • John Myers won the triple jump (35-11).and was fourth in 1000 meters at 3:02.79. • The 4x800 relay (John Myers, Nick Mathes, Zach Rominger and Alex Rodri­ guez) was second at 9:59.58. • Alex Crotts was third in the high Jump at 5-0. • Gabriel Clark won the shot put at 35-0. • C.J. Richardson was second in the shot put at 33-5.' „ and Patterson Jones had . four each. Seventh-seeded Glenn made a surprise appearance in the championship game. To no one’s surprise, the Phoenix pummelled Glenn 71-44. Davie 43, Mt. Tabor 34 - Ashlyn Hampton 13, Madison Zaferatos 9. Cait- Iyn Peebles 8, Emma Sla- bach 6, Sha’veh Mariinez 3. Cameron Tabor 3, Patterson Jones I. W-S Prep 52, Dnvie 39 -AshlynHampton 14,Mad­ ison Zaferatos 13, Sha’veh Martinez 4, Caillyn Peebles 4, Patterson Jones 4. On To The Next Level Seven Davie baseball players signed college scholarships Nov. 23 in the media center. They are, from left: Mikey Smith (Louisburg College), Nathan Harrell.(Louisburg College), Ryan Harrell (Louisburg College); Brandon Lankford (UNC-Asheville), Isaac Campbell (Gardner-Webb University), Craig Colbourne (Babson College in Wellesley, Mass.) and Paul Davenport (Winston-Salem State). Swim Teams Second In Tri-Meet WarEagIe Senior Profiles C atchingupw ith Anthony H unckler (football) When you were growing up, what did you want to be? A brain surgeon. The biggest pet peeve I have is when: The volume on the TV/Radio is an odd number. If I could have one super power, it would be: To be able to fly. What’s the funniest moment in your sports career: Talking junk to receivers. What’s the proudest moment In your sports career? Returning to play my senior season after injury. If you could turn back time and witness one event, what would it be? The end of WWII. Who is the funniest team- mate? Jack Little. Which teammate Is happiest after a win? AU of us. Hobbies: Lifting weights. ; Athletes I most admire: Peyton Manning and Stephen Cuny. Interesting fact about myself: I am an uncle of five nieces. What I like most about Davie High: How close you can become with people. UT could do one thing better, it would be: Pay attention in ntath class. Person I’d most like to meet (dead or alive): Louis Zamperini. If you could have a date with a celebrity, who would it be? Selena Gomez. Post-school ambition: Attend business school. If you hit the lottery, what’s the first thing you’d do? Help as many kids .in need as I could have a memorable Christmas. . Cam Fearrington was Davie’s, top performer in . the first swim meet of the season, finishing first in the . 100 fly and 500 free. West Forsyth dominated the two-team meet. West boys scored 105 points to Davie’s 64, and the female Titans had 122 to Davie's 40. “Cam is primed for a strong senior year," Coach . David Koontz said. “He has always been focused, but the maturity and work ethic he has is going to take him far.” The 400 free relay team of Johnson Marklin, Hunter Thurlo, Fearrington and Wyatte Copeland finished first. Other top 3 finishes were turned in by Thurlo (second in 200 free, third in 500), Copeland (third in 200 free, second in 50) and Cameron Ogle. Swimming with seven girls, the lady War Eagles managed two firsts. The 200 free relay team of Alexa Hutton, Hannah Williams, Victoria Sinopoli and Ma­ ria Stillson won. Sinopoli recorded the team’s only individual first in 100 back. “I was happy overall, and this will give us an idea of how to work wjth our lineup to improve,” Koontz said. Davie finished second in a three-team meet last week. On the girls'side, Mt. Taborhad 135,Davie 86 and Parkland 55. In boys,Tabor had 138, Davie 109 and Parkland 42. The Davie girls finished first in seven of 11 events. “You would, think by those numbers the girls would have easily won,” Koontz said. “We weren’t able to fill all events but swam well in the ones we did swim. Obviously you want to win the meet, but. our girls swam well regard­ less of being shorthanded.” The 200 medley relay team of Victoria Sinopoli, Maria Stillson, Katie Shoaf and freshman newcomer Alexa Hutton finished first at 2:03:39. Next in.the 200 Free, Shoaf finished first at 2:20.78. She also finished second in the 100 fly: Sinopoli, a sophomore, finished first in the 200IM at 2:31.39 and also first in the 100 back at 1:05.65. That made the third time she has . won an individual event this season in two meets. Senior Maria Stillson paced Davie in the sprinting events, finishing first in the 50 free (26.44) and first in the 100 free (57.67). “Those times were strong for this early," he said. Hutton swam in the 100 free and finished behind Stillson at 1:02.10 to give Davie a 1-2 finish. “Alexa has been a great addition and has great speed. in the freestyle events,” he said: “That will help us spread the wealth.” These four girls finished first in the 200 free relay at 1:51.66 and cut 3 seconds from the previous meet. Senior Meredith. Vines was second in the 100 breast at 1:33.89. The boys came up short of Tabor, but Koontz said they learned more about the lineup potential. “You don’t want to show your best hand early on.” In the 200 medley relay, Davie’s A team relay of Wy- atte Copeland, Cam Ogle, Cam Fearrington and John- . son Marklin finished second (1:54.20) and the B team of Hunter Thurlo, Jackson Coates, Tyier Osbome and Drue Parker finished third (1:58,40). “We have a solid core group for that relay, so to have two teams finish in the top three is nice,” he said. In the 200 free, Copeiand finished second (2:03.66) and also recorded the only first-place individual finish in the 100 free, going 53.26. In the 200 IM1 Thurlo finished second (2:22.67), . In the 50 free, Fearrington finished second (24.61) and Marklin fourth (25.42). Fearrington also finished second in the 500 free at .5:10.79. Catching up with M addox M cCloud (football) When you were growing up, wliat did you want to be? NFL player. The biggest pet peeve I have is when: People chew with their mouth open. If I could have one super pow­ er, it would be: To fly; What’s the funniest moment in your sports career? When Coach (Blaine) Nicholoson put on a helmet to do a drill with us. What's the proudest moment In your sports career? I am proud of every moment of my sports career. If you could turn back time and witness one event, what would it be? I’d want to have seen the Beatles all perform live. Who is the funniest teammate? Jack Little. Which teammate is happiest after a win? James Boyle. Hobbies: Working out, riding 4-wheelers, fishing, hang­ ing out with friends and. watching sports. AthletesI most admire: Giavanni Ruffin, Luke Kuechly and Brain Dawkins. Interesting fact about myself: My middle name is Wolfgang. What I like most about Davie High: I like the people most at Davie High School. If I eould do one thing better, it would be: Play the guitar better. Person I’d most like to meet (dead or alive): Eddie Van Halen. If you could have a date with a celebrity, who would it be? Megan Fox. Post-school ambition: Attend a four-year college or university and pursue medicine. Ifyou hit the lottery, what’s the first thing you’d do? Buy a Mustang Shebly GT Supersnake. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3 ,2015 - B5 Wrestling.. Continued From Page BI finishers with 3-0 and 2-0 • records, respectively. Thirteen War Eagles combined for a 29-14 re­ cord, even without Thad Vandiver at 132. Junior WillAUen went 4-1 at 138. Juniors Hunter Smith (113) •and Tommy Trader (126) t went3-l.SophomoreCray- : ton Wise (152), juniorKyle McCune (170) ,junior Jesse I. Carter (195) and freshman Jesus Olmedo (220) went : 2-1. “It’s a good group,” 40th- year coach Buddy Lowery said. “They get along good. I’m not saying we don’t have anything to work on, but they work hard... for the most part.” InthelndianDualsatSt.. Stephens on Nov. 24, the War Eagles kept pounding, going 5-0 on the day. InthethirdmatchlDavie pulled out its only close call ■ of the season against St. Stephens. It treated the other four opponents like stress . balls, winning 53-15 over Glenn, 77-3 over Reagan, 75-3 over North Iredell and 60-13 over Freedom. Smith (113), Isaiah Whit­ ley (120), McCune (170) and I. Olmedo (182) ledthe onslaught with 5-0 records. J. Olmedo (220), Antho­ ny Olmedo (285), David Sigmon (132) and Wise (152) went..4-1. Hunter Strickland (138) and Car­ ter (195) went 3-1. Trader (126), Luke BoImer (145) and Tristan Merritt (160) had 3-2 efforts. Allen had a pin in his only match at 138. Lowery didn’t want to get overly excited about the 6-0 start. It's going to be a busy and difficult month. “We didn’t wrestle bad,” he said. “We’re getting bet­ ter. Of course, I’d like to wrestle better. AU the way through the lineup we're not bad.” He added that assistants Jason Hooker, Timmy Allen and Mike Dunn deserve considerable credit for the success. While the War Eagles outscored Glenn, Reagan, North Iredell and Freedom 265-34, they were tested by St. Stephens. The teams split 14 weight classes, but the difference in Davie’s 34-27 victory was its 4-2 edgeinpins. I. Olmedo (decision), Carter (pin), Smith (pin), Whitley (pin) and Strickland (major decision) did their part as Davie had a 25-15 lead with four weight class­ es to go. But it got tense down the stretch. St. Stephens got pins at 145 and 152 to put Davie in a 27-25 hole. But Mer­ ritt’s pin and McCune’s 9-2 decision secured the win. .. "They’re good,” Lowery said of St. Stephens. “If I get Vandiver in the lineup (he has only wrestled once), we will be better. ButStrickland and Menitt were there. Hav­ ing two of those three, I can live with it I guess. I moved Sigmon up(to 132) and he’s a 125-pounder. But Sigmon has been through the mill.” Senior Isaiah Olmedo, who is 8-0 at 182, gets a pin against Carson I __________________________ Freshman Jesus Olmedo is 7-2 Davie s 220-pounder.- Photos by Brian PItts Junior Kyle McCune is 7-2 at 170. At right, sophomore Crayton Wise, who is 6-3 at 152, tries to break loose against Carson. Senior Isaiah Whitley is off to a 7-1 start at 120. Jesse Carter, a junior at 1ao with a 6-2 record, gets ready to sweep his opponent's leg. T h i s H o l i d a y S e a s o n , e x p e r i e n c e t h e m a g i c o f b r o a d b a n d . . . VlFrieMfliitlK flf Me* ✓* Faster Iiternet Speeds Imprn^d Multiple Device Ptrfflrmai YcidtelA Telecom “ B6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 Davie Academic Honor Students Listed Pint quarter academic Journey E. Bowman, Bi- Aveiy Carter, Sophia Dill, Iverson King, Caroline Raelin Aarts Sheets, Cody Hayden Dix, Alex Dorsett, honor roll students in Davie anca B. Bravo Rodriguez, Aubrey Godbey, William LandylChloeLedfofdtAus- BennettTran. Jonathan Dzybon, ZoieGaI- County Schools are listed. Ayden Daniel Browning, Hedrick, Emitee Hillard, tin Lerntis, Wiiliam Lemus, AJB Honor Roll: Claire loway, Emily Gamer, Emma C ornatZ B r Apr11 Rose Collins, Ad- Julia Hines, Eden Ijames, Mary Leonard, Jonathan Hailey Brown, Victoria Re- Green, Charlie Greene, Jon- FIfim entnrM <*'son Leigh Drane, Kylte LandonKing.EthanLemus, Lewis, Cadence Looka- nee Burton, David Delgado athan Gunter, Noah Harris, i> aT KaidynEdson1KyIerShane Jaydon Leonard, Kaylee bill, Hailey McCue, Emma Delgado-Ruanot 1DeyDon- Nolan Haskin1Lawson Hire, a w e 1 /7 B k Eld°n, Matthew Garcia-Du- Lynch, Amber Lynde, Abi- McDaniel, Jaqueline Ro- ovan Dingman, Carmel- Savannah Ivey, John Harri- A Monor Roll: ZM BtOt- arte. Justice Sayvon John- gail Menser, Michael Mile- driguez-Salgado, Kaidence Ia ReneeDontrelI1 Griffln son Kiger1 Nicole Korczyk1 op, Julta Bracken, Brayden son, Unce Michael Jones, voi,OliviaMixontCameron Smith1 BradySteelet Sam Cole Ferrell, Kathryn Alice UxiKuIis1JoceiynLaehn1 Broofcst CindyHemandez, Emilee I. Keenan, Daniel Owens, Christopher Patton, Warner, Logan Yokley. Fbntaine1AnnaMae Greer, MeredithLopeztSarahMc- Hunjer James, Ava Kibter, W. Uwrence, Ian C. Os- Hunter Potts, Sarah Riddle, Cooleemee Kimberly Makala Hall, Dowell, Matthew Monroe, Kaylee Uwis, Cooper bome, Isaac Pereira, Alys- Joseph Rivas, Dustin Sim- LbVetDylanMaginnis1Dix- sa Mackenzie Reed, Asia mons, Jaden Sink, Quinn ie Myers, Carson Queen, L- Sellers, Vidhi Sharina, Smeeton, Isis Snider, Uvi Dulaney Rathbone. Grace Brady W. Sheek, KayIie Taylor, Joshua Thompson, Roesch, Shealeigh Sheets, Ray Straney1 Nixon Loren Carson Vernier, Dakota Danaesha Shavon Jackson, Colby Moore, Mackeri- tile m sn td ry Katelyn Cheyenne Johnson, zie Moore, Caleb Morris, HiirdG rade Arturo Junior Lazcano Go- LestieNewsomt SavannaIr A Honor Roll: Thom- me2> Tanisha Dalena Pruitt, Norman, Ben Norris, Des- Reece Abnondt Helen Emma Nicole Reynolds, mond OliverilKarlie Quinn, Brnter Steele. Strickliitd, Johnny Alexan- Weverink, Bitiyiieii Willard. Sanghi Louire Barrentine, AlimPutricin Rivera-Pas- Josh Saira- Chesney Shooki AJB Honor Roll: Klever Jer vides, CalIie Elizabeth AIB Honor. Roll: Bai- Emma Grace Beck, KayIee tor, Shanayza Lashauta Parker Simmons, Emray Aranwa, Autumn Atkinson, Wisecarver. lie Armsworthy, Scarlett Tra"g Brake. Aden Ray Robinson. Chad Wilson SIoane, Ava Brooke Smith, Undon Barber, Anc Boles, FonrthGrade . . Bames, Sheldon Bell, Clarkt GracieMaeCollins, Russell, Hector Salas-Gar- Brodie Smith, Zayne Smith, umarBranim, JyierBrown1 4 Honor Roll: Hannah Madison Bowles, Jasmine Peyton L. Corriher, Sum- cja> Wyatt Jenner Shoaf, Hunter Teague, Caroline KevmClme1Luna Diaz-Bo-.; Katherine Beale, Kay- Brickey1 Ty Carter, Mag- mer Danielle Cummings, LilIianM aeiyier1Damian Yarbrough. Shady Grove Elementary Third Grade AJB Honor Roll: Liam Allen, Ben Brewer, Maddie Brewer, Caleb Childress; : Ella Davis.Ashton Douglas', Zander FreyerlCharIie Ftyet Katelyn Giordano, Con- - A Honor Roll: Park- ra(] Greene, Dalton Grego- • William R. Davie Elementary Third Grade Majesta Anderson, Caleb teUo,_Cayden Glass, Ban- jfe Rein Billings, Andrew gie Caudle’, Fletcher Chil- HunterJarrettDaywalt1Na- Zamora-SausteVui. yon Green, Mason Hoots, Chunn, Karleigh Elizabeth dress, Addison Dull, Brett dian Paul Fontaine, Noah .Whyitt Humphrey, Oliver Suzanne Dalrymple, Sa- Foster, Kaleb Horvath, Ol- AdamGoodmant Madison • Mears, Brian Miller, Eliza- .mantha Jean EUiott, Patrick ivia Jones,.James Joidan, RcyalenMcCunyt Meghan beth Nye, Chr.h. jtte Reece, E Foil, Micah Allen Fryar, Kadtryne Kilby, Andrew Lynn Norabuena, Megan Cynthia Sunmons, Fareah KenadiEIiseGentry1Caro- Krause, William Krause McKenzie O’Neal, Vidhi Smith, Shaun Smith. line P. Lakey, Lauren Hope IV, Katie Lewis, Jessica JaydeepPateI1KaIynMarie _____________________ FourthGrade . O'Connor, Alexus Scott, Martin, Bryce McPherson, Phillips, Johsellin Rodri- er Batten, Wade Bomar, ry, Caitlin Hadfield, Justin A Honor Roll: Joshua De- Macey C. Smith, Bonnie Victoria Sheets, RyIey Sher- guez Salgado, BIake James BrookJynn Colbert, Brad- Hayes, Connor Henderson, quenne, JohnHams1Sophia Joellyn Taylor, Matthew mer, Brittany Smith, Hunter RoscoetBradlyJabihSanti- dock Coleman, Gray Col- Giaytyn Johnson Brianna Heagle, Stuart Robinson, L Tran, Emma K. Wood- Smith1BaydonStanley1Na- ago-Gutieirez. Gracie Laine lins, Tliomas Essie, Norbert uw is, Ephraim Malaskv SamanthaScoggins.. ruff-Caiter. talie Vass, Domenyk Wil- Shoaf, Savannah Dan- Falek, Abdullah Guver, Emma McCuIlarMyaMc-' AIB Honor Roll: Ran- A/B Honor Roll: Addi- kes, Rylie Yount. ielle Stowe, Landon Blake JakeHannahtMaddieHem- Cowan, Nicholas Mikulski dy Burton, Carlos Cal- son L. Abshire, Jereed T. FourUiGrade Waller, Mallory Elizabeth mings, Ryan Henderson, Zoey Peoples, Joshua Pruitt deron-Santamana, Colton Alexander, Holt A. Car- A Honor Roll: Riley Bar- Wooten. Zachary Hill, Berkley Hoge, Brody Richardson Nick" Cary, David CastiIlotAIexis ter> ins Naonii Chappell, ney, Silas Bemont,. Connor AJB Honor Roll: Corbin John Holcomb, Kaydence Ruff, Naomi Sheets, Ethan : Feltner, Grayson Garwood, Landon Fenway Coirell, Berg, Kadence Bogard, Ian W er Angus, Charity Rose Hood, Coy James, Lyd- silvey, John Speas' Caleb Ja'Niah Jamison, Jonathan Zavier Trey’von . Doulin, Boger1KadeByington1Ma- Asbury, Julia Ann Benton, . ia Jepsen, Thaniel Jordan, Stewart, Devyn Sutton' Jones, Tyier Lavergne1 Tali: Lauren Brooke Forbes, son Caudle, Kinnah Cham- Alyssa Shea Bridendolph, Dylan Lane, Sean Lane, Case Swan. Gareet Todd' yah McCombs, Iris Mo- Evan William Froelich, berlain, Gabrielle Clemons, Keira Beneice Brock, Tris- Vincenzo Marsella, Jacob Brianna Warner Robert : rales, Raquel Sanchez-Ibr- Micah S. Gary, Lizbeth Go- 1Drcker Cline, Kayse Cole, dan Brock, Luke Alton Mitchell, Katelyn Mur- Watkins, Jacob Weakland ' an, Xavier Simmons, Chloe mez, Peyton R. Green1Jose Nathan Crotts, Grey Deal, Curtiss, Alicia Marie Do- phy, Elliot Newsome, Isa- Palmer Williams, Katherine Williams, Kera Williams, Hemandez-Romero, Cindy Savannah Dixon, Allison ney* Elizabeth Sarahi Guz- be! Ramirez, Ava Brooke Wilson, Courtney Woody' Emma Winters, Sandy Ze- Jaimes-Ramos, Mackenzye Hardin, Kathryn Harpet man Ramos, Joseph Cnrz Sanders, Justin Seatey, Iaya Gomez. . GraceJenkins1AngeIKelty, Addison Hendrix, Mar- Hamilton, William Dakota Isaac Sherman, Lillia Speas,: FifIhGradc CatalinaG.Lopez-Guzman, ty Jacobs, Sarah Lawson,: Jordan, Cattynn Kopetzky, Kason Stewart, Caroline A Honor Roll: Dina Kadence Ann Lynch, Al- Katelyn Linkous, Alyssa Cluistopher Michael Lick- Thompson, Cooper Wil- Ataalla, Carter Bracken, fen Shane Matthews, KyIie Martin, Gracey McFarland, I*1*1-. Luz Selena Lozano, Iiams1Karson Yount. Reagan Brooks, Wesley PaIge McClamrock, Gabri- Spencer Melton, Elijah Emma Reece Lucas, Jamie AIB Honor Roll: Bella Bailey. Dakota Batchelor, Brooks, Morgan Cary, Kate- e)|a pem Mendoza, Jesse Menser, Ty Miller, Ash- Breanna Maddox. Jessica Austin.IzaiahBare.Emity Caleb Coble, Kayden Cor- tyn Cohen, Audrey Dyson, Lee Naylor,- IsaBena tfen- ley Nowak, Gavin Owen, Elizabetii Martinez, Peyton Britt, Adam Brbwri, Jimmy natzer. Carter Dillard, Da- Chnstina Gaddy, Emma „isse Nunez, Bodie Parker, Clayton. Pilcher, Christian Ayer Mattingly, AUie Lynn Chesson, Eun Seo Cho, Na- vid Dishman, Gaige Dyson, Hayes, Lila Hunter, Mad- Cristofer I. Pearcy, Harles Pope, Jose Ramirez-Delao, McBride, Christian Uriel than Darnell, Brock Dufur, Nevrui Ellis, Paul Gale, Jas- etynn Keller, Anna Low- Luke Reavis, Maggie E. AUison ReesetAfexis Shep- Melchor-Blanco, Brooklyn Elliott Erlandsson,' Chase mine Garrison, Ethan Gil- ety, Amber McCullough, Russell, Ashley Saad, Ash- pard, Jackson Shore, Hunt- RUey Morgant MiaNicole Full, Lauren Hampton, pin, Gracie Gobble, CMinor Jay Niland, Emma Reavis, |ey Santos-Salas, McKenna er Shutt, Kayley Weverink, Nunn, Maggie May Odle, Evan. Hughes, Mana Iqbal, Hood, Raetyn Lankford, Slimmer' Simpson, Jacob Leigh Shomaker, Summer' David Whitaker, Logan Corban O'Neill, Kenneth Utyan Marcum, Kathleen Cheyenne Latham, Roce- Terperming, Deron Wil- Nicole. Smith, Hector So- .White. Khalil Scott Overton, Myra McOilp, Nathan M6ck, IynnMcKay1AbigailMona- Iiams1Kyzer Young. Iis-Romero1 Brooke Eden AIB Honor Roll:- Fletch- Denise Redmond, Andrea Jase OneIIt Carter Phillips, co, Jayden Morgan1DeIaney AIB Howr Roll: David Thurmond, Deseree J. er Allen, Richard Alien/Romero-Ruano, Leilany Jackson Powers, Ella Quar- Parsons, Alex Rogers, Fer- Benitez, WiUiam Burris, Turner, Stephen Cole Ver- Oweii Brandon, Jamison Saldivar-Rodriguez,Jeremi- termain, Kate Sakai, Noah nando Rosas, Haley Thte MaiIeny Candido-Castro, noili Evan M Walker, Brian Britt, Ethan Chandler, Ryan ah Gabriel Shaffer, Kayelee Shore, Mason Tarbet. Addi- AnnabeIIeTrivette Marcus Robbie Corker, Trestina GrantWUsonv Lance Cristobal, Lindsey Nicole Short, Dallas Mason son'Wilson. Ulven, HaUey Whittaker Corker, Marissa Crotts, FifthGrade Eldred, Zion Elizabeth, Simms, Tiahn lahmeek Tor- . . FourthGradc LennoxWyer. BentleyDancy1JamesGaUi- a Honor Roll: Genesis Bryce Ellis, Cote Fender, rence* Alex Eduardo Tbr- A Honor. Roll: Park- FourtbGrade her, Anthony Grron-Ciradra, IdaIisAntunez1 EvanDafe Lane Goldner, Jada Harris, res-Solano, Dewayne Al- er Bailey, Sophia Brady, Alex Anderson, Christian Brandon Hwnandez-Borg- BaUard, Easton Bameycas- Samuel Hedrick, Sophie Ien Walker, Jayce Rebecca Grace Butler, Thtum Chil- Arteaga1 Richard Ashbum es, Daniel Hemandez-Ro- tie, Anna Catlett, Morgan Henson, Jacob Hoskins, Whitaker. dress, Luke Clark, Joshua Mattie Bamene Ashley taguez, TOompron Kilgore, RifeyCreason1TeniaAndrea Payton Hurst, Craig Koonst FourthGrade . Clodfelter, Landori Dingier, Bledsoe, Gavin' Bolduc Haddasah Mason, De Najr- Davis, Sydney W. Dirks, Tyier McDaniel, Isabel A Honor Roll: Haley Ma- Cooper Drum, Erin Finch- Zoey Cleary, Conner Col- ah Middleton, Anny More- Makayla G. Duty, Reagan Miranda Barrera, Victoria rie Benge, Elijah JamesBra-. er, Dylan Hanes, Bryce lins, Evan Copeland Victoi no-Jimenez, Kevin Mor- EIizabethEdson1AidanR. 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Thomas, Peyton Throck- Jordan T Kistner, Coleman Kelly Reichard, Zander Grayson Haynes, Hailey Kenney, Devin Kent, Dallie morion, Landon Vick, Ka- Erik Lawhon, Camden Wil- Richardson, Joseph - S'ainz, Johnson,' Slade ' Keaton' R. Lakey, Olivia Lewellyn, miyah Wilson, Brianne 1««" Leonard, Alexander Jack Schreiner, Jenna Scul- Craig McBride Robert Aubrey Nichole Lucas, Ha- Winfrey, Evan York, Reity PattonLester1Destiny Kay Iy1 McKenna Sink, Thy- McGrew, Jacob MeadweU ze! C. Marion, Sarah West York. Marie Lyons, Brace Alfon- lor Smith, Peyton Spaugh1 Kimberly Mohat Bent m m Boob. AHnK '0 . H f- * !; -V * ' W a o - * : tehua Emm. Teag,=. Gabbyley MaHiy1 A nm N elam.Eller EdianA Forsbera M,xwe11 McKmght, A Honor Roll: Mag- Retd Nail, Sydney Paige Thompson, Reeae Tunerow. Melia Privett, McKinley Haven Michele Fryar Syd- P '1"1 R* D nA . Bf “ Bailey, JWPfc Mtikayla Elizabeth Aubrey Wayne, Oavin Wil- Reavia1 Nick Rod., Lamas ney Hayea, Jesns E Her, R°bet^on, Burke Rpsen-Annika Bell, Jacob Bias. Pt*. Adam Paul Potts. Lu- liams, Abby Wilson, ' Shoffner. Col,oh Shinley . nandez-Brito Matthew 'W - elmStopher Irec Tay- Landon Blevins,, Slephanie “ts Alden Ranker, Alezavi- M B Honor Roll: Caden Pita Suarez,Chevy Swahn Tddd Jones TVIer Austin ’ Roseanne White, Bueno-Chiqnito, Hunter er James Reese, Mikayla Alderman, WiUiam Allard, Olivia Swisher David tan-' Kilmer, Zal^ah Lloyd, Luz Williams. ., ; Davis, Rebecca Devericta1 Dawn Rice,. Joshua Alez- Cooper Bliss,. Meredith her.ColemanTiivette,Gage MLooez-Hemandra Paul Honor RoII: Isaac Kirsten Dwyer, Sydney El-; ander Solorzano,: Savannah Butcher. Larissa Caiboni, Turner, Logan Walterm/i 0 . l S s r s 0 M aSn Ki“ “ * “ * » • “ >•*• P«ker Groover, Holyu Cheryl Stegall, Blake Au- Addison Chafflv Seao Jenna ' JacobM oore M iaQ air Marie Bracken, Kaiden Hedrick, Camden Hurst, drew Stokes. Coates. John Davis. Kait- FiflhGnide Myera, Nathan Repreza Jo™* Button. Clara An- SomerJohnson.JohnJones, AZB H ttnr U t Cod, lynne Dillon, Emily Diz- Aleza Allison, Chariotte Gomez. Peyton Emanuel C* T y ,Tettrl: CaUie King, IMeb McDan- Jt» Byri1 to,eJade^Oisa-. sou, Nathaniel Dosher1 Anderaon. Reagan Ander- Smith, Aubrey R. Speckin, J t01ts' J 0shua ■ Kade" McDaniel, Rich- rez, Mal|yah Mane Chunn. Celeste Driscoll, Kyleigh son, Jacob Atwood, Payton MwieleineK-Stark1Hanna L. Fraus-. ard Nuckolls, Zeb Pilcher. Jeylm TVshawn Downs. Ewing, Jordan Full, Eve- Ballou-Himel, Anthony Steinonr, Barrett Edward. ^ ultml.Au,,l° tIodbuy' Elhiln Pd“ ' cooPer r V.- " ckahe I i eeanue P reer- 1Jn 0 PheerI. Krista Gtegd- BatcheIor, Carieigh Baugh-Thylor.FathnaTorres.Katie Christian. Arinto Gomez, James Rhile, IOystin Rob- Kimberly Hernandez Saiga- ty. Gabrielle Grenier, Thha . man. Summer Beck, Wia MWalck Julianna Grace Hart, Jalen erts, Madctyn Rogers, Ma-. <*0. Jovanrn Hcmandez-Dr- Guver, Anthony Hackett, Bishop. MarIee Bishon AlB Honor Roll Qiris M-1James-0 race^V.Jacobs, son Sheriner, Caden Shoe- az,OUviaTbmaraHutchens, OwenHome1ConnerHum- Stephen Blackmon Ca’ topher Amoyo Mareelino, ^ .A n d riW P. Law, makra, Jeckson Sink, Enm Lucas M, Jones, Alezwider phrey, Mikaylah Hunon, den Coble, Addwn CoOne1 Maya N. Bareenas-Aguayo, Ja S ^an n e Lengench, Smith, Owen Snlecki, Bri- . Jesos Loeza, Jordan Riley McKensey Joffe, Daniel Emma Dunn, Hunter Dys- Kamya Lomlne _ Berry PtttttlaJdrdfttLtght1Sebas- ella Thomas1Davin Whitak- Luffman, Janelh Hasmm Keyset, JoshuaKeySer, Hln on, .Chase Gilpin, Melanie ’ tien J. McEweni Rachel L. er, Robert Williams, Gracie MatUnez-Diaz, : Hannah Rae Little, Lance Martel, Gobble, Autumn Harbour Newnam, Elbys Olea-Var- Wilson, Mare .Winfrey, Av- Elizabeth McMlllian, Les-- Jace Martin,. Lacy Mes- Avery Hickst Isaiah John' gas, Martha L: Orellairia, ery Yount1Ryan Zaferatos. lie Mena Carachure, Noah, sick, Rose Moore, Aaron son, Connor Keaton Kar- Alejandro Munoz .-Rosas,. ' AlB Honor Roll: Alicia Dean Morgan,. , Damiari Morris; Shhne.' Osborne, son Ledbetter Skylar Lind Caden B- Seaford1John Ka- Allen, Riley Almond, Ken- Alexzander Newell, Johana CarsonReed1Braeden Rod- sey.Aidan Mewher Cvndle Ieb Stokes, Cadyn Savah- neth Bames, Wyatt Beck, 0,ea Velez, Michael Troy geris, Jaden Smith, Sophia. Nix, KeeIyn Oakes Luke : nah Tanis, Holden Michael Lauren Booth, Hannah Car- Powers, Mackenzie L Puck- Thompson, William Wands, ' Olfeger, Jackson 'pierce Tanis1CandiceS.Trent,Ce- ter, Jamiaha Carter, Kylie :CR»KevinAfexanderRomej- Haniipny Young; Olivia Pbllanli Colyn Prat' ciliaG. Viera-AtwelI1Justin Chandler,Robert Childress, ro-Ruano, Jonathan Rueda ' FifIhGrade " er, Alex Ramey Mar1Kee ToddWhite. Zachary Cline, Dax Dick- Romero, Meiisra Segov- A Honor Roll: Parker Scott, Josue Seirano' Lck Pinebrook ““ n .^Caroline Dill, Bailey ra-Hemandez,CatiynFelice Aderhold, Emily Ayers, gan Sherrill, iyier Shore Drane, James Estep, TVavis Smith, JaMariee Nashelle Helena Benier1 Morgan Carlyssa Sisson, Melanie Goddard, Uam Godwin, Vaughters. Brewer, Sean Brewer, Sa- Steele, Gavfe ThyIor, Heidi LeahGrimes1MadisonHur- . EiRh Grade mantha Burchamv Ty But- Tifft, Bailey Vaughn* Zoey Iat ITatv Thanln- Uunnn Can UTh.-h. ' /*,_\_' .... . ■ Mocksville. Elementary Third Grade . .A Honor Roll:- Kayli Please contact me in: MOCKSVBlfc (336) 751-8567RALEICttf:(919> I 302 LegJstefiva Office BkJg.1 300 N-SaKsbury St Raleigh, NC 27603-5925 £rm:JuM®ndegjiet Look (or U8«i Facebook at RepJuIaHowaRl PweoKBrJimHomp | Elementary *,* ^lhlrJCrade ■ ^ iwv<u.vjiuucs ,mauisuunur- w-Mgwaiauv. iinmuui iMircnam,. iy o u i- lint, Bailey Vauehn. Znev A Honor RoU: BIlie Ad- fey. Anna Johnson, Kirsten A. Honor Roll: Richard ler, Katy Cheek, Hyun Seo Watson, Corena Whitiak , dtson, Sophia Aguilw, Ash- Johnson, Andrew Jones, Thylor McDaniel. AngeI Cho, Avery ColIins1 Tyier er, Paige Wicker MaveJ Iyn Atkins, Alanah Brown, Rpdriguez-M ondragon, Creel, Brendan Dellinger, Wiles, Ethan Williams Honor Students.DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORDtTIiursday, Dec. 3 , 20J5 - B7 Jo. Gavin Townsend, Wil- aH Cl0mer> Wley Crotts. mes-Ramos, Christopher: Jarret Bames, Evan Bairt .Presleyjones1IsabeIIaKile1 Middle !'am Wilkins, Rehachuart . ^ eanna Curl!, Keith Davis, ' Jijon Sanches, Byron Jones, Chloc BeaL Michael Beck, Robert .: Landry. Ashley Sixth Grade • Wilson, Samantha Woody, Sltyimn Debique1 ..Clifton Gavin Keaton, Kendall Taylor Belton. Chloe Big- Lipscomb, Elena Lopez, AHonorRolI:AdamBin- ^ an Woollard1 Karigan Riekerson, Abagail Duzan, Kinser,.Jacksori Lawrence; gers, Sara Bishop1Andrew Braeden Martens, Olivia . kley, Benjamin Blanken- 2aferat0S- Lacey Endst MeIanieEspir Carlos Uzcano1 Zy'mier Blanco, Andrew Brown, Martin, Isaac McCuIIar1 ship, Jackson Clark, Charles . ElghthGradc t,a Moreno, Austin Glass, Uwis, Lee Kenht Uyva Jonathan Brown, Molly Anna McCullough, L u k ei . Crenshaw, Margo Deal, Ja- A- HPnor Roll: Kathryn Carter Gobble, Jesus Guz- Hernandez, Madeline Light, Bures1 Mary Cain, Oliv- Morton, Uura Newsom, cob Deel, Naomi Hellard, Anderscm1HolIandBarber, mim-Perez, Lindsey Harri- Rebecca Ludwick,\Us- ia Campbell, Tate . Car- Anna Ortiz, Olivia Parrish. Emily Hunley, Elijah Ken- Molly Bpger, SaUy Boger, 50"* Peyton Helton, Cath- lie Martinez, Mason Mc- ney, Noah Chaffin, Ayden UurenPatterson1Samantha • nedy, Daniel Lawson, Au- Acy Bost, Owen .Brown, erJne . Hemandez-Rivas,' CIamrock, Janellc Melton, Crotts, Kamcryn Davis, Perdue, Rebecca Peters- • drey Miller; Kaylyn Nuck- k ^1* Creekmore, Abbey Kiana Hemandez-Salgado, Patience Montgomery, Ktystal'Davis, Derek Del e n /Sarah Petersen, MaIIie - ols, Jasmin Perez, Isabelle, ^ uster- Kaittyn . Fletch- Da,mia Jackson, Trenton Richard Morris, Guillermo Cid1HeidiDix1DyIanDoss, Poplin, Madison Purvis, Pitts-Deskins1 Louis Pope, 61-1 Jonathan Foster, Grace Johnson, Ashlce Jones. Moure-Garcia. Ryan Myers, Mathis Driscoll,Tyson Du- Riley Quanermain1 Logan' . Samuel RhUe, Luke Rob- potVler. Blakley Freeman; Maxwell Junker, Benjamin Davis Osbome1SkyIer Pel-; laney, Jacob Durham, Sai Ramsey, Zachary Rodgers. : erts, Aidan Rogers, Reece .Mquelinc Gonzalez, Vic- Kei,ha Austin KiservDylan licer, Uuren Phillips, Kris-: die Eddinger1 Christopher Mary Catherine Rollandi Sigmon, Shelby Smith, An- ,or'a Oray, Lillian Haire1 Koontz, Billy Uird, An- ten Reid1LexiSantos, Hunt- Enriquez Jimenez, Uuren Hunter Rose. Tyler Ruble, nalise Walterman1 Hannah Ashden Harris, Mackenzie drew Lambert, Dawlton - er Snyder, Maliyah Streater, Fetherbay, Jacob Fincher, Emma Schreiner, Anna Lynn Watson, Caleb West, Heaggans1 Matthew Hill,. Lawson, Westin Lloyd, Wesley Swaim, Adam Sze- SamanthaFtnki SeanFro- Sloan. Memelee Smalley, Kasey Williford, Hannah Ca,eb Knight, Alea Liven- J^ouis Lopez-Alvarengo, wczyk, Briana Taylor, elich. Freya Hadfield, Ma- Madison Smith, Makayla : Wishon. good, Nathaniel Marshall, Lfevonte Lyerly, Za1Haree Aidan Treier, Valerie Vides, son Hall, Ethan Harrison, Smith1DylanSpiy1McKen- AIB Honor- Roll: Kath- Gracc Masencup1 Ulises ' Maddox, Noleign McCIam- . Ashton Williams, Andrew Zaira Hemandez-Umus, zie Stakely, Shelby Stomes arine Agientas, Wyatt Navarro. Kendall Obando, rock. Cadence McEwen, Wilson. Kimberly Zavala; Seth HiniChaseHiIton1Ri- Richard Stewart, Luke Still- . Armsworthy, Tanner At- ObvIa Qtto1 Lydia Pilcher, A*ex'a MiIIer1EIijah Miller, Eighth Grade '. ley Hoge1 Benjamin Hoke, son, Joshua Sutton, Erika ' kins, Collin Bailey, Roxan-. Parker Prysiazniuk1 Bie- Rogebo Montano, Stephen A Honor Roll: Victoria Uurin Hoke1 Caleb Hooker, Terry, Olivia Tucker, Rhyne na Barney, Indigo Bemont, ^nna Rfdford,: Seth Rat- MoorevEmiIy Monis, Me- Bailey, Adrianha Barber. Chloe Horton, Robin How- Watts, Jacob Weidman, • James Bonello, Javarea Iiff- Howard RhiIeljConnor. San Neely, Abigail Nich- Kenan Boswell, Abigail ard, Maliyah Ijames,.Rifey- Joshua Westmoreland, Na- Buggs, Madeline Burtv Rotertson, Sarah Rogers, 0Is- Jaeob;Nunez, Manuel Brown, Jatyn Chatmon, Ireland,- Peyton Justice,' than Whitley,• Luke Wii- ' Christine Cao1 Diego Car-: Regan . Shoemaker, Dalia Nunez, Katelyn O'Daniel, Phillip FuIIer1CarIeyGreen;. Madeleine KuIis,' Gavin Iiams1Cody Wingo1Kennc- • bajal-Garcia, Bryce Chjl- Valerfo- Katherine Walton.:. T-°y,a Odl«. Serenadi Parks, Ashley Hicks1UchIan Jen- Ledford, Jehna Lee1Jamcs dy Wise, Austin Wyatt, dress, Joshua Clark, Samuel Riley^^ White, Aaron WiL Haley Pillsbury, Madelyn nings, Brooks. Johnson, Little, Riley Littfet Aimee EighIh Grade ' " Collins. Graycic Correll, liams- . Quintanilla Guerrero, Al- Savannah Jones, Krunron. Loj1 Cafeb Mathis. Olivia. SavannahAIbertytAlIison . . . KaIeb Dodson1BaiIey Dys- AJB Honor Roll: jan Jssa Rankin; Serria Renr Lantz, Maggie McKnight1 Maughon, Dominick May-. Angeli Hunter Armstrong, .. on.TWnity Elmore, Miranda .: Agientas, Jacob Allen, Ca-- Jten- ! Abigail Reynolds, Joel McLaughlin, Joaquin horn. Charles McCormick. Logan Ashby, Anthony Esparza, Daisy' Espinoza,: seJ1 Atw°od, Jasmyne Ball, Kace ■ Rodriguez-Heman- Mena, Mackenzie Myrick, William McKenney, Mark Azar1 Tanner Batten, Jax- Marcie Estes, Angel Fe- Logan Balloui-Tbmel, Llu- dez-LiHie Rollins, Jasmine Emma Patterson,1 Makay- Metcalf, Wesley Metcalf, -on Beaty, Austin Biggers, .arrington; Owen Fender, ' via Bello Cervantes, Da- Ruano-Vargas1 Kayleigh la PheIps1 Maiiie Pilcher, Nicholas Morang1Trmothy t Sarah: Bracken, Annabel . Abigail Fletcher, Hannah v'd Benlield, Stephen Car-.^v Sagendorf1 Cristian C'ejd FinarArroyo, Giselle Nelson, Uarah Osborne, Burcham1 Haley Campbell : Floyd, MadiIyn Ford, Aniya ^er. Megan Cash,, Payton SaIaa-Hemandez1Samayiah Ruanp-Vargas1 Luke Snid- Kaisee . Osborne; John Benjamin Carlton, Garrett . Harris, David Hatley, Caleb Crotts.Gabrael Day,Colton SansburyvTanner Sechrest. er, Vanity Steele, Mckayla Parker,,Kiara Perez, Jacob Chandler, Abigail Chilton. Hawkins; Mason Hoskins, Behring; Breanna Driver, Kamom Shupe1Jada Smith, Stbkes1 Bella Thompson, Powers,. Rachel Quance, Zoe Clark, Eric Clifton, . Brooke Hutton, Blake Jenr Lundyn Ellis, Benjamin , Jhosue SoJis-Romero, Al- Logan Wagner. ...: Riley Rathbone, Daniel Kasandra Clouatre. Bryson' : kins, Lucas Johnson, Jasper Rpn»'ng. Stephen Gordon, exaItder ; Speckin, Olivia AIB Honor Roll: Lenny Reichard, Sean Riordan1 Collins, Austin Cook, Car- JohnstonvMcKenna' Koons1 Ashlyn Hicks, Grace Hurst1 Talum- Samantha Taylor, Adame Suastigue, Mejan- Sierra Rivero, Bryson Rob- ter Cooke, Jessica Crosby, EthanLagfevUndon Leon- Emma Ivester1Coiton U dd1 Taytor Threadgill, Bren- nie Benitez, Zavion Brown, inson, Daniel Rodriguez. Samuel Dequenne1 Teairah .. ard, Ruth Lucero-Saucedo. HaliLongtAngelinaMarro- daF Todorovic, Cheyenne Emily Bucklin; Ingrid Ca- Cecilia; Rodriguez-Uique,. Dillon, Lindsey Dingier. . Max Martinez, Keziah Mc- 9uin- Virginia Mason, Valr "ait. Cole Warner, Rachel dena-Torres, Ariana Cai- John Rogers, . Christina James Dosher1 Mary Grace; ! Callum, Wyatt McDaniel,. erie Medves, Erica Moore, Watson. Cofe. West, Evan , deron, Kayana Caldwell, Sammons, Charles Seipp, Faircloth. Walker Feathem- . McKenzie Mixon, U cey Marviri Morales-Florcs, ^ 'hUaker; Mfde,yn Whitt, Rylea Carter1Jessie Chaffin. Colton Sessoms . Elijah gill, Jonas Frank, Emerson Moore, Lorelai Moore, Jol'n Motley, Jeny Myers,' Khamaun Wilson, Gabriel Madisyn Cockerham, AU- Smith, Luke Smith, Made- Frantz1iJared Fulk1Hannah Cassidy Nichols, Hannab^ Qylan f^bome.John Poole1 Young,. cia Connor, Alexis Cook, line Smith, Thomas Smith, Gallimore, Branden Hall, paiiprcr>n .N«in» ,Justice Redmon. Joshua Seventh Gradc Bryceson Cozait1 Nolan Brian Smithwick, Bailey Samuel Hendrix. Cassidy Cameron Richardson, Ste- Robinson. Caleb . Saami, . A Honor Roll: Mia Al- Crottsv Cheyenne Daniel, Snow, Tyler Steele, Kristian Hodges, Julfen Howard, : phen Rivas, Lizbette San- Zaid- Serrano-Hemandez, ,en- Bethany Barbee, Kerry Sadie . . Dillon-Whitebead, Summers, Nicholas Vance, Dakota Hutchins, Emer- chez-Nava,AraselySantam- Anna Smith1Uuren Smith, Pa^ber- Amelia Baysinger, Lillian Easter, Shayla Ed- Cristi Vargas Jimenes, Sa- son Justice. William Kelly, aria, Skyler Schmidt, Adam Alexx Spry, Jacob Staley; JaabeHe .Beasley, Ashley monds, Alexa Ends, Noah vannah Walden, Blake Zachary Korczyk, Walter Sexton, Kenzie Smeeton, James Thddeucci,- Kate- Buter0- Jonathan Cabrera, Etter, Sky-Lea Fox, Alex- Walser, Ryan Walton, Elise Kuhlenkamp. Kaytee Un- Adam Smith, Blake Staton, ^ nn Thurmond, McKenzie bIiah Chalmers, Esmeralda ander Gaither, Adam Gled-: Weidman, Katie West. ning. Matthew Uwver1 Evan Steete;'Anna S w ish -Tfcmberitn. Sydney Walter- Qhtiapa-Marcelino; Abigail hill, Elex Glidewell, Skylar Couitiiey Wilkes, Spencer Austin Uonard1 Justin er, Karoline Thomas, Dee- man’ Qflleb .W«tson,:UoHin. QorneIe- Dyllan Everhardt; Grubb, Antonia Hutchens; .Williams, Chloe Winters, Lunsford,Alexis Mann, Sa- •: Anna THtt, Sbphia .Vernier, ^ 'edeL Qbeyenne WiHard1 BhayIn Funderburk, Steph- Cheyanne Jennett1 Haley Tammy Wood, Malachi vannah McFarland, Bailey Jamarius Washington, Pac- Grayaon Williams; Ricki Vlnie • QHliarn, Fernando Jones, Rachel Jordan, Cas- Woodward, Katy Zwanztg. McKnight, Hunter Mea- ey West, Karsyn Whitaker Wilson. Gonzales Trejo, Malak Hei- sidy Kluttz, Colton Ugle1 SevcnthGrade Cham1LoganMiIIer1Hayden SouthDavie kalaAn a Heniandez-Lopez1 L ucasU ne1 D estinyU y1 CIaraAeugIe1SarahAI- Moore1KayiaMoore1Zach- Ja1neaHorton1Lucalacopi, TifTani Lengerich, Klara Iard1LoganAHen1Thomas ary Moore, Aubrey Myers,Middle Madelyn Kenney, Christi- Uwis1Jacob Linville1Evan Arey, Salma Ataalla, Ole- Spencer Nifong, Shannon SixtbGradc na Kluttz, Jackson Nixon, Little, Alexis Lyons, Kat- da Bailey, Ava Bandy, An- Niland, Shane O'Brien, i Honor Roll: Ashley Vernon Prater1GageReck- tyn McCoy, Trent McDan- nie Banks, Sophia Barnett, Thomas Olive, Emma Pat- Ammemian, lhlayeh Berry, tenwald, Belle Retko, Jack iel, Courtney Neely, Scott Lindsey Bartlett, Cheyanne terson, Joseph Patterson, Azariah Brailsfotd, SteI- Reynolds,Stuart Robertson, Nicholson, MaIikPoIk1Jake Beasley, Savannah Beek- Anthony Perdue, Katlyn Nathan RrnftIfC M ^9uIvn la Browa- Trotter Byerty, Turner Rosenbaum, Hatlee Renegar1 Samantha Repre- er/ Isabei Bishop, Caroline Perkins, Christopher Peters, _ .-•■ „ ’ ^ : Owen Byers, Mason Carter, Stanley, Carly Wall, Ella za Gomez, Alexis Riddle,; Bliss, Robert Bostic; Caleb Coibyn PhiUippe1 Ganett eJslrtZ PaUh Barab Cestovens,' Kyridall West, Olivia Wooten, Kenia Yosari Rodriguez,. Kaittyh: Bowling,. Kaleb. Brewster, Price, Irene Quinteros, Sara Correll, .Elizabeth Cruz.-Yareli-Cuadra. Roscoe, Kayla Roscoe, Samuel Briggs, Robert Reaganl CassieRiesel Paige .Whitney DeLoach1 London / AlB Honor Roll: Yasmin Samuel' Rosenquist,;. Ally- Butcher, Justin Collins, RiordanlChhayaScott1Jack- - Cooper White, U cy White. Savannah Willard, Katelynn - Wilson, James Winchester, ; Marielle Youker. Seventh Grade A Honor Roll: Nathanr. iel Andrews, Elijah Atkins, Makenha Carter, Caleb. Correll, Katie Dyson,; E, • PH* IHtIivjt LtwiAiat Ii1 vwuuvn ' - — ,,v,... im.,,,,,, iw/witijiiiai,, a iij- . uuiwiica, . ■ .I Uflll 11 vuiinifl,. .jMUiuall.vlllldjd uvuil.Jawfl* dlemnn Vnneswi Gnmez Q'rks, Caleb Eamhatdt; Andrade, Dylan AhguslJa-' son: Ruiz Turcibs; Mollie Addyson - Cox/. Spencer, son Scully, Aubrey Shoffner, eman nnessn mmez. Pa^gan Estcp. Kaitlyn Foil, cob Bloomer, Olivia Blue,' Russell, Zachary Shuskey, Crutchfield, Madelyn Dam-" Cameron Simmons, Abigail Ethan Frye, Silas Fuller, Jennifer Calderon-Jaimes1 Alayna Smithi Claire Smith, azo, Natalie Dezam1 Hollie ' SIoane, Grace Smith, Hai Ashley GarciarAbarca, . Travon Carter, Zackery Jaimee Smith, Alexis Teale1 . Dix, Skylar Doby; Eliza- ley Smithl MaIlory Smith, ' Ashlee Harris, Rudy Her- Cole, William Condra, Cody Wait,' Ivy -Walker, beth Dorsett1RacheI Pove1' Zachary Smith,CassieSriiy- rir MaH'' Au, nandez, Jasie Hollar, Isabel-. Hayley Cornell, Benjamin Michael; Werbeck; CarIcy - Daniel Dzrerzewski1 Robert ere, Davis Speas1 Grimkey ^ mger, ison en, |a Humphries,Jbie Iavaroni1 Crenshaw, EUoree Crotts, Whitley, Kaylee Wood, Engelmann; Erin Engstrom, Spencer, Evan Steele, Korri Qh B moiI '. 8 p^.n John Jarvis, SkyIette Koon1 Kaylee " Driver, Damen - Brittany Wooten,- Nichole SadieEssiclMadison Fend- Sieelman1 Matthew Steel-. dleman, Vanessa Gamez, . Kaylee Krause, Blake Lit­ tle. Moriah Little, Kristian . Lyons, Heather Martinez, .Haley Nowaki Nathan Shaver, Evan Shives1 Eli- .za Smith, Jackson Trivette, Calista Turcios, James WiIkinsvJuon Wishon, Sar­ ah WoodrufT-Carier; Roman' Isabel Lane, Nathan Lin- Edwards, Kaitlyn Eldon, ville. Kimball Little, Virr Tristan Foster, Ashley Gal* ginia Marion, Wesley Mai. Iardo1EmmanueI Gnmade- son, Emma Mathes, Bailey ro-Trejo, Shahd Heikal, »/ • .L- -iX/-. 1 McCookvKaitlinMischfer, Zachary Hepnerv CynthiaYaun, Abigail York, Uuryn Nalhan Montenegro, Ryari Hemandez-Brito, . Alicia Wright; William Ellis ■ Middle SixthGrade Yountz, Zoey Zamora. AIB Honor. Roll: Beth­ any . Adams, John Allen, KeIIi AIleni Lillian Allison, 'Gavih Arrington, Joshua . Baity,' Bradley Beck, Alex­ is . Bolduc, Ai'den Booth, Matthew Breeden, Abbey ^ ,Ite '^ n t'.Coope,. Connney C9Ihren, MB ^ R M . „ M . Iey1KillianGladfelter1Mad- man, Salem Stewart, Del- ison Griffin, JonMichaeI aney Sloltz, Samuel Stone, Guilbault1 Owen Gulledge, Hayden Strickland, Mack- Nathan Hampton, Kyieigh: enzie Umberger-Flores1 WH- Hamsberger1 ■; Nathaniel Iiam Vogler, James Warner, ______________. . Emily Agejew, Macken- Haskin1 iyierHayes1 Emma Zachary Watson, Jackson O'Connor, Allison Plott, Hemandez-Salgado, Taylor zie Aguilar, Chase Atkin-t Helton, Caleb Hill, Mason Wayne, Madison Williams, Brian Reyes, Joseph Shuler, .Hilliard, Hannah Holloway, sPn* Dayin Bailey, Tiffa- Hire, Savannah Hoots, Na- Shea Woody, Mfe Yelverton1. • Aiden Smith1JaideIyn Tor- Kayla Hundley, Edgar Jai- '. nJl Baityv Brandon Baker,, than Home. Carly Jaycocks, : Angela Zamora. res-Adame, Abigail Walkt er. Uuien Warlick;, Abigail Wells, Jacob Whybrew, Al- lie-Williams, Jordan Wood, Aidan Dixon, Jocelyn Ebright,' Candice Foster, Mia Fbster, Justin Fowl- son Abrams; Omhr Aleman, Matthew Allen, Katelyn Anderson, Xander Ander-Pr, :H*nhah I^e,- Caydett ^ n. Jolln' Baitazar-Vargas, Glenn, Kyletgh Gntley, Al- RicW BmJWS TaJ1,-r ice Grubb, Emma James, Jakob Jenkins, James Jones, ,Victoria Jones, Hannah Keller, Merritt KiIlianvMi-: chael Undy1TayIor Utham1 Sydnye Uwron, Haley Ly­ ons, Andrea McBride, Con­ nor McGaughey, Undon Miller, Owen Monaco. Ava Montebello,' Cote Myers,. Alexander Petros, Katetyn- PoIlardl Justin Price, Emi­ ly Reynolds,!Nora Rhyne, Brianna Robbins,. Brysori Roberts; Kevin Santamaria, Mason Seats, Annabelfe t Shaw, Uuren Shore, Noi . bte Smith1KayIa Spillman, Jaden Suarez, Savannah Swisher, Timothy Thur- Beltbri, Ricky-.Benitez-Di- az, Bryson Booe, Morgan Boone, Jake Bucklin. Josh­ ua Bumgarner, Davis Byers, DyItari Causey,. Heaven Chappell, Jamaia CIement. 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CentralDavie Matthew Easter, Morgan Leszczuk, Olivia Madeja, JacobRhyne1 JacobRob- ons, Kalyx Lyons, Uuryn dy Hein, Jordan Hein, Fer- Academy Fl0res’ .Andy nores'Para' Benton Marklin, Martha erts, Alejandro Rodriguez, Mallard, Madeline Mar- nando Hernandez, Carlos Sixth Grade* A Hon ^ owers- ^ a' Martinez-Diaz, Jeb Masen- Zackery Rominger, Hannah shall, Kaleb McCarson, Hemandez-Jimenez, Holly or Roll - Cameron Porter ^ Folsom’ Fonse_ cuP* Hai,cy Molloy, David Ruble, Blake Rummage, Madison McCartney, Kyle Herring, Samantha Hicks, AJB Honor Roll Charles ca' pe^ton Freeman’ Jade' Morton* Lilliai> Murillo, Cindy Sanchez-Teran, Der- McCune, Andres Merlano, Joshua Hill, Hadley Hil- Bmce Juliana Grubb-Scv Gambie> Macana Goins' Cassandra Newell, Charles ek Sark, EUjah Sexton, Evan Mills. David Moore, ton, Nicholas Hilton, Dylan enth Grade* AIB Honor Ja°lyn Grachen- Uurcn 0sb°me, Nicholas Page, Rebecca Shaffer, Harrison Uren Myers, Shelby Nel- Holland, Anthony Hunck- Roll - Kevin Camacho- Grooms-Dal!asGrubb*WiI- Emily Pender, Charleigh Shives, Alexander Shute, son, Grace OBrien, K1U a ler, Uslie James, Caroline Eighth Grade: A Honor ^am ^ arPer' Ashley Hen- Phillips, Aubree Privat, Andrew Sigmon, Graham Parks, Dejuan Peebles, Jester, Chandler Jones, Roll - Christian • Galarza dren' Jac°b Hendrix, Emily Oscar Quintanilla-Trejo, Silvey, Christopher Sim- Angel Perez, Linnea Pla- Austin King, Jake Kitch- Jessie Simpkins AJB Hon- ^ fnson' Emma Hicks, Tala Zachary Seamon, Kinzie mons, Austin Smith, West- tou, Wesley Potts, Andrew ene, Marissa Kittle, Chace or Roll - Tommy Brown* ^!cks’ Katherine Hines, Simpson, Samantha Smith. Iey Snow, Benjamin South- Renegar, Madison Rid- Lagle, John Larrabee, Ra- Ninth Grade: AJB Honor ^pencer Hoke, Jackson Taylor Smith, Jillian Staley, em, William Southern,Ross die, Dylan Sanders, Kadyn chel Larsen, Destiny U e, Roll - Emily Benassi- IOth ^°^comb’ Fa',b Home, Ni- Sara Stanley, Hunter Strick- Starnes, Chayse Sullivan, Sawyer, Cervantes Serrano, Camryn Usser, Haley Link, Grade: AlB Honor Roll - co*e Horton, Abigail Hud- land, Autumn Talley, Bren- Benjamen Summers, Joshua Liam Shaw, Ugan Sheets, WesIeyLynde1JacobMade- Bridget Draughn A aron!°n’ Kcnzie Hunter, Cole dan Taylor, Emily Tesh, Tibbs, Chya Torrence, Kait- Nicholas Shell, Bryson ja,Shariece Mance,William Duchemin ' James, Laura Jester, Victor Addie Thomas, Bridgett Iyn Trader, Nolan Tucker, Shoffner, Patricia Shores, Marklin, Maddox Mccloud, r i ZJ- I* ■ Johnson, TYavis Jones, Eden Tierney, Uyne Timidaiski; KarlyTUmer1Aubreyt VaI- Kristina Shouse, Ciera Slat- Garrett McCluney1 Brian- _ Davie Hlgtl Joyce,MatthewKing,Johna Claire Wallace, Katherine entine, Kathryn Vaughn, er, Jessica Smith, Brion- na Mccrimon1 Troy Mc- NinthGrade Koons, Wyatt Kuhnemann, Watts, Catherine Whitley, KyIe Walsh, Rees Walters, na Speight, Griffin Stagg, Daniel, Triston McEwen A Honor Roll: Katie Al- Aliya Landry, Kayli Unier1 Shelby Williford, Crayton Jacob Watson, Katelyn Kala Stokes, Hunter Teles- KaseyMcKnight Morgan len, Rachel Bostic, Sar- Andrew Uwrence. Addi- Wise1Kaitlyn Wrisley,iyier Webb, Michelle Werbeck, co, KaiIan Thomas, Hunter McNicholas, Madison Me- ah Bracken, Paige Carter, son Uwis, Desiree Uwis, Zickmund. KinstonWhitener1 Hannah Thurlo1ThomasTYader1Jar- ade, Maximilian Meader Salem Cartner, William Marceli Lewtak, Sydney AlB Honor Roll: Lind- Whitley, Genny Wooten, ed Waller, Kathryn Walsh, Sebastian Mikulski Jacob Cheek, Ktley Childress, LovetEmilyLynch1Hannah say Aggar, Jeffrey Allen, MadaleneWright1Whitnee CollinWeatherman1 Kelbi Miller, Natalie Moore, Em- Anna Comher, Jacob Mobe1 Una Mason, Aidan Destiny Anders, Paige An- Wyrick. Whitaker, Hannah Woody, ily Muchukot, Austin Nay- Crosby1 William Dingier, McCartney, Owen McCor- derson, Isaac Arcos, Emily IlthG rade Emrny Zapata-Perez. lor, Cameron Ogle, Isaiah Lauralynn Ellis, Meredith mack, Haley McCuIloh, Arismendy, Caden . Bal- AHonorRolL AmberAd- 12thGrade Olmedo-Griffin, Zachary Everett, Braxton Folmar, WilliamMerrifield1Jordan lou-Tomel, Calvin Barnette, kins, Bryan Alder, Rachel A Honor Roll: Elisabeth Oxendine Aubriana Pee- SierraFoster1GraceGamer, Miller, Casey Mills, Dylan Cody Beane, Elizabeth Baker, Nathaniel Bartlett, Beauchamp1AysiaBemont, bles, Caitlyn Peebles Faith Crate Hall, Abigail HaIv- Molloy, Hannah Newman, Beauchamp, Eleanor Bland, Robert Brake, Dung Bui, Sheldin Bergondo1 Grace Peterson Zachary Plott erson, Peyton Hampton, Amanda Ngo, Noah Nye, Faith Bokeno, Mekenna Valeria Burunciuc, Charles Cain, Payton Cartner, U u- Courtney Prevette Siena SarahHardin MikhailHar- Kimberly O'Rorke, Gar- Boswell. Guy BrunelIi1 Chapman, Orlando Cien- ren Coats. Craig Colboume, Purkey. Matthew Ramey ns, Sydney Hams, Lopez rett Penley, Nicholas Pin- Morgan Bumgarner, Sky- fuegos, Emily Clark, Shane Claire Devereaux, Melissa Jessica Randolph, Jack Hernandez, Andrew Hilton, kos, Ashley PIottt Martha Iar Burchette, Christopher Denney, Savannah Everett, Domanski, Penelope Don- Ratledge Shelby Reich Mason Hollar, Zme Hollo- R.ngel, C.sic Richsrdson, Bun,,. Caslro Candido1 Adam Galllniore, Ross Gin- nelly, Rolmdo EsMds1 Junes Reinsvold Daniel mon, Mason Home, AIexs Colby Roberson, Jockalon Christopher Carr, Mieah Iher1ErinGniewek,AliGot- Emms Etur1 Ksitlin Helch- Rigolini1 Seth Rinn1 Demi- Hulton1RebeccsJsrvis1Ry- Roberts, Meggon Rumple, Csiroll, Kelli Csrter1 Msd- tenberg, Amelia Hslverson1 er, Jessica Hoyd1 McKen- Ilion Roby1 Jacob Rosier Isn Johnson, Jacob Juarez, Csitlyn Ssgmves, Danielle Ison Carter, Jackson Cart- Ashlyn Hampton, Nakota ZieFolk1KirstenFreeman1 Sydney Rusher Undon Cameron U e1 MicahLit- Stuidenon, Lopez Santam- ner, Ashton Chaffln1 Btyce Hensley1AbigailHines1Thy- Gabriel Gonnella1 Nicolas Russell, Jacob Ryctoft1 Bo- rh'ri.i- S '1.. “ E“ f ' Cofma” S,el1, claryI Ktmberiy Clemo1 IotHutst 1KayIahJenkins1 Gonnella1 Mails Griffith, jangles Sandy. 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Rachel n . - „tin BoaMwine1 Madison Anna Devereaux, Emma Mayes, Brittney McClan- no-Pedroza, Kaytlin Bled- Vance, Meredith Vines Sa- Davie County X T X ssa ' n ‘” T mSSe D,!,“Ehn• B“ "na KlcGowan1 soe, Jala Bogard1 Olivia brin. Williams. AveD Wil- Early College High C T k R t C B“ ,donc D'vy“ ' Hannah MatthcwMeKnight1Dennis Boger1 Jessica Boner1 Mil- Iiford1AlIyson Wyriek1Jana NinthGrade AlTsa C X u R ' T ” Pctguson1 Mosso-Maldonado, Jessica ton Bonilla, James Boyle, Yount. Madison Zaferatos. A Hmor Roll: Clayton C m n e r B f X h i f ” ®“ Jaml" Fon,a. Bn“ nah Navano-Luviano1 Tabitha CalebBoyter1TristonBran- A/B Honor Roll: Katy Foster1DylanJames1Mad- C M n X X h O 1 C r Tu Nicholson, Grace Nixon1 don, Christopher Brown, Alexander, Kayla Alien, deene Koefoed1 China lain SarahTIherneV n m T ' h“ " I fa u f Maddison Oakes, Emma Michael Brown, Elaina Phillip Alien. Samuel Al- Moore1SydneyNelson. las ChUds S b r X m o h LiX Gsbon,e’ K“ lbria Parks. 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Fmneyt Magenta Fougerat, Campbell, Alexandria Car- man,Emily Johnson,Easton KayIi Garwood, Kamryn ter, Ashlyn Cartner, Jona- Kilgore, Brianna Lookabill, Harris, JeffreyHayes1 Lau- than Clary, William Clontz, Wendy Lopez-Leon, Ad- rel Hecht, Angel Helman- Mackenzie Clubb1 Boyd die Manzini, Chloe Martin, dollar, Brandon Hendricks, Correll, Lindsey Custer, Mirtha Martinez, Christo- Matthew Hoke, Madison Caroline Davis, Jazmine Pber Overstreet, Adamaris Hooker, Brandon Horton, Davis, Ruby Dennard, Toni Reyes. Haiey Riddle. Axel CoveyHought JulianHunt- DePaoli1 AngeIl Dillard, Vargas Jimenes, Joshua er, Alana Johnson, Foster James Dobbins, Meghan Woods. Johnson, Shawn Keenan, Donley, Hannah Dove, IOthGrade Micah Kluttz, Caleb Lan- BenjaminEiIis1MollyEng- A Honor Roll: Eliza- ning, Kennedy Larrimore, strom, Melgoza Espinoza, beth Allen, Samantha Bo- Gomez Lascano, Macie Cameron Fearrington1 Mi- Se** Emily Chambers, Lily. Latham, Sierra Latham, chael Felts, Kaylen Fields, Cline, Jennifer Granade- : Jacob Love, Brianna Ly- Jordan Fincher, Sarah ro> Madison Kassel, Tessa Fortescue, Krystal Foster, Lachman, Riley Martens, Dominic Franco-Widener, Brianna Reed, Luke Ro- Rachel Garretson, Sarah scios, Shawn Stanley, Brit- W-fI Gibson, Taylotann God- tany Tate, Sarah Walton. bey, Ana Gonzalez, Julia AJB Honor Roll: Bailee Grachen, Ryan Gray, Hope Carter, Henry Dillon-White- Gnibb, Paige Hammond, head, Malcolm, Flaherty, Joshua Harper, Nathan Har- Jennifer Johnson, Madison rell, Ryan Harrell, Makayla Kluge, Evan Mang1 Car- Hartness, Samuel Harvey, s°n Prim, Sarah Robertson, Miranda Heaggans, Cassi- Katheryn Seippi Kamryn •_______. ■ - Szeliga. 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Only $26.69 751-2120 People DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 - Cl Bermuda Run Garden Club president Sue VVhittaker introduces a group of exceptional students from Davle Schools. Holiday Feast BR Garden Club Hosts Exceptional Davie Students "The buses are arriving." With this announcement, the holiday season began at Bermuda Run Country Club. On.Nov. 19,approximately 184 exceptional children from nine Davie County schools, their teach­ ers, assistants and bus drivers were greeted by members of the Bermuda Run Garden Club, who traditionally host this luncheon on the week before Thanksgiving. Sue Whittaker, club president, welcomed everyone and invited all to join in a holiday sing-along accompanied by pianist Mike Hendrix. The class from South Davie Middle School sang their original version of “The Twelve Days of Christmas.” Other students and . classes had made cards, posters and holiday decorations express­ ing thank you messages which club members appreciate and treasure. Many are saved and displayed in the living and dining rooms of the club for everyone to enjoy and remember at the Iun- • cheon year after year, The luncheon committee was r>i,,u u------------. . co-ehaired by Lynn Mareellino C 'Ub m em b8rs <° serve Children, and Cathy Zeitvogel, They and their committee members - Kim Carson, Linda Ernst. Marbee Gin- gras, Pat Mignacca, Jo Ann Mintz, Shelby Nichols, Betty Sheek, Peggy Schuppert and Pat Wagner - began planning and preparing for this big day months in advance. AU club members ultimately are involved in supplying some of the food served, providing table decorations and assisting at the luncheon Local businesses donated 80 pounds of turkey. Bermuda Run Country Club Catering Director Lucy Gidley, Executive Chef Jay Christmas, as well as the club wait staff assisted in preparing and serving turkey, green beans, macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes, deviled eggs, cranberry sauce, rolls and bever­ ages. Holiday cupcakes and cook­ ies were dessert. "Providing and sharing this special day with the students and . teachers has become one of the highlights of the year for both the garden club and the Beimuda Run Country Club staff,” said Betsy Cochrane. “Everyone involved enjoys this opportunity to express appreciation and to say thank you to all of those in the Davie County Exceptional Children's Program.” P f © S i d s n t Sll6 WhittBkST i n t f O d u C G S Mik© Hendrix who played for the singalong "TmnfchSSrf committee members, from left: front - co-chairs Lynn Marcel- Iino and Cathy Zeitvogel; and back - Kim Carson, JoAnn Mintz1 Shelby Nichols, Marbee Gingras, Peggy Schuppert1 Pat Mignacca, Pat Waqner, Betty Sheek, Co-chair Lynn Marcellino mingles with students and teachers Students from South Davie Middle School perform the “12 Days of Christ- Children, teachers and garden club members sing together before lunch, C2 ■ DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 Christmas In Farmington Annual Celebration Saturday The third annual "Christ­ mas in Historic Farming­ ton" will be Saturday, Dec. 5 from 10 am.-2 pjn .at the Farmington Communi­ ty Center and Nature Park at 1723 Farmington Road, Mocksville.' This annual event helps raise funds for the commu­ nity center and brings talent from Farmington and the surrounding areas. The center will be dec­ orated for Christmas and Santa will be on hand so the little ones can give him their list and have their pho­ to made. There will be more than 20 vendors on hand. There will be music to shop by and lunch available for purchase. For more information, becoming a vendor or hav­ ing a choir sing, contact 2376, Big broth8r8 TV18' and Levi, along with their par- Admission is free. Con- ents> B,ake and Jessica Nichols, announce the sider bringing a canned food arrival of their baby brother, Bryson Jam es. He item for the Girl Scout Gold w as born on Saturday, Nov. 21 at 12:10 p.m. He Project Food Pantry. w eighed 5 lbs. 14 oz. and w as 19.5 inches long. AdoptA Furry Friend Peanut is a fem ale w hite and black Terrier mix. H er estim ated d ate of birth is Ju n e 10. P e a ­ nut is spayed and up-to-date on vaccinations. S h e is a su g ar sw eet dog looking for her forever hom e. S h e would do well in an active hom e environm ent w here s h e could g o on w alks and play fetch. A verey is a neutered dom estic short hair looking for an energetic family. His estim ated birthday is M arch 25. He is cat friendly and loves exploring. He is excellent with children. If you interested in adopting th e se or other pets from the H um ane Society of D avie County, fill out an adoption application at davienchum ane.org or call 751-5214. Unique trend-sowy looks for ladies Es? children. This seasons’ must-have accessories, specialty gift items & more!New amazing items arriving weekly! Saturday • December 5“ FREE ACCESSORY (up to sio value) with any purchase of $60 or m ore! 135 N. Main Street, Mocksville 336-753-8899 Tues-Thurs I1a-8 p • Fri-SofU o-8:30p ■ 3 #SfiopHonorDarling ® __________* * * iliop^onirdcrl n j [om Broughton Hospital Patients Benefit From Local Effort It’s time for the annual Christmas Cheer Opera­ tion to benefit patients at Broughton Hospital, spon­ sored by area Methodist churches, but open to all. Have gifts at Mocksville First Methodist Family Life Center on North Main Street by 8 a.m. on Dec. 9. The Liberty Methodist van will leave at 8:30 with the gifts and volunteers to sort, pack and wrap gifts. To have a gift picked up, call 751- 5249 or 998-3140. This is the 46th year of the mission. Donations may be sent to: Broughton Christmas Cheer, Broughton Volunteer Services, 1000 S. Sterling St., Morganton, 28655; or to Liberty UMC, 129 Liberty Circle, Mocksville. Couple Announces Birth Qf First Child Katie Callahan Randall 9.8 oz. and was 21.5 inches and Bennett Kyle Randall long, welcomed their first child, a Maternal grandparents daughter, Charleston Laine are Beth and Keith Callah- Randall, on Nov. 17 at an, and paternal grandpar- 12:56 p.m. ents are Susan and Bennie "Charli" weighed 9 lbs. Randall. .‘The Boss Lady’ To Speak At Greater Mt. Moriah Greater Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church will host an appreciation service for First Lady Evangelist Sylvia W. Campbell on Sunday, Dec. 6 at 3 p.m. The guest speaker will be "The Boss Lady," Anita Dean-Amette, host of Mid­ day Praise on Gospel Radio 1340AM and 103 .5FM. Light refreshments will be served at 2 p.m. Everyone is invited. Blaise Baptist Choir To Present ‘The First Noel’ TTie Blaise Baptist Church Choir will present "The First Noel,” a celebration of the birthday of a King on Sunday, Dec. 6 at 3 pjn. and 7 pm. in the Blaise Family Life Cen­ ter, 134 Blaise Church Road, Mocksville. Marion A. Franks New PastorAt Cedar Grove Cedar Grove Baptist Church will hold an installation service for the Rev. Marion A. Franks on Sunday, Dec. 6, at 3 p.m. The Rev. Paul A. Lowe Jr. of Shiloh Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, NC will be the guest speaker, along with his choir and congregation. Advent Fair, Tree Lighting Sunday At Advance UMC The Advance Community Advent Fair and Christmas tree lighting will be held Sunday at Advance United Meth­ odist Church, NC 801. The fair, from 4-6 p.m. in the fellowship hall, will in­ clude Christmas-themed crafts, wreath making and more for all ages. The tree lighting at 6 p.m. across the railroad tracks next to the Advance Fire Department, will include songs, prayer and Chnstmas meditation, followed by refreshments. "We hope to bring the true spirit of Christmas to our communi­ ty,” said Pam Faircloth. Pancakes, Photos With Santa SaturdayAtChestnutGrove Chestnut Grove United Methodist Church, 2812 US 601N-, Mocksville, will host a free "Pancakes With Santa” pn Saturday, Dec. 6 from 8-10 a.m. Bring kids and a cam­ era for photos. Cornerstone Community Breakfast This Saturday On Saturday, Dec. 5, Cornerstone Church will hold its monthly community breakfast from 7-9:30 a.m. AU-you-can-eat prices: $7 adults, $3 children 6-12, free for children under 6. The menu includes scrambled eggs, sausage, tenderloin, biscuits, gravy, pancakes, apples along with orange juice and coffee. Sausage biscuits, tenderloin biscuits or pancakes and sausage plates will also be avail­ able. The church is at 1585 NC 801 N,. Mocksville, 998- 0600. Risen Son To Sing Sunday At Bethany The Risen Son quartet will be singing Sunday, Dec. 6, at the 11 a.m. worship service at Bethany Baptist Church, 162 Hillsdale West Drive, Advance. The public is invited. Formore information call 753-0717. 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When you need a quick make-ahead dessert that's light and cool and creamy and impressive, look no fur­ ther than a carton of cream and a package of cookies. And in this cake, store- bought lemon curd adds lots of lemon flavor without a lot of fuss. Lemon Raspberry Icebox Cake To assemble the cake, use a long-handled, wide rub­ ber spatula for folding in the cream and spreading it over the layers. 1 (10-ounce) jar lemon curd (about I cup) 2 cups cold heavy cream 1/2 cup confectioners' sugar 1/3 cup raspbeny jam 12 full graham cracker sheets (48 crackers) I cup fresh raspberries 1. Stir lemon curd with a rubber spatula in a large bowl until smooth and creamy. 2. Beat cream and sugar in another large bowl until soft peaks form. Stir about one-quarter of the whipped cream into lemon curd. Fold in remaining cream. 3. Line a 9-inch spring- form pan with plastic wrap. Spread a thin layer of lemon mixture on bottom of pan. 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Crpdit or EBT______ County Line DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 - CS By Shirley Thorne County Line Correspondent With Christmas just around the comer, it's a busy time in County Line. Our community has many seasonal events planned for your family enjoyment in December. This weekend events include some deli­ cious eating, a visit with Santa, and a Christmas pa­ rade. The V-Point Ruritans in­ vite . everyone to breakfast from 6-10 am. Saturday, Dec. 5 at the V-Point Build­ ing on Old Mocksville Road about .3 mile from NC 901. The buffet includes country ham and sausage, scrambled eggs, grits, commeal mush, baked apples, biscuits, and drink. Minimum donation of $7 per plate will be ac­ cepted. Take-outs are avail­ able for $7 per plate. Ham . biscuits and sausage bis­ cuits are SI each. Proceeds benefit the club’s commu­ nity projects. Clarksbury United Meth­ odist Church is sponsoring a "Breakfast with Santa" at 9 a.m. Saturday in the fellow­ ship hall. Be sure to have a special memorable picture made with Santa. Church members invite everyone for a time of fun and good eating for the family. Piney Grove AME Zion Church is hosting a spaghet­ ti dinner at noon Saturday in the fellowship hall. The cost is $5 per plate. Proceeds benefit the church's Kwan- zaa contestant. The Harmony Christmas Advance Senior adults (above and below) enjoy afternoon of bingo and snacks hosted by the V-Point Ruritans. parade will be from 2-4 p.m Sunday, Dec. 6. The parade will begin at Harmony El­ ementary School and end at Rosewood Assisted living. There will be candy, floats, bands, beauty queens, hors­ es, clowns, antique cars, trucks, tractors, and fire trucks plus Santa Claus. The United Methodist Women of Salem will have a covered-dish supper for their Christmas meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 9. in the fellowship hall. The group invites others. . Upcoming community events include a country ham and sausage breakfast hosted by the Salem United Methodist Men from 6-10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 19 in the fellowship hall; "Live Nativity" from 5-8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19 at Soci­ ety Baptist Church; Christ­ mas cantata at 9:30 worship service Sunday, Dec. 20, at Salem United Methodist Church; "Christmas Pro­ gram" at 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 20 at Calvary Baptist Church; "Service of Lon­ gest Night" at 7 p.m. Mon­ day, Dec. 21 at Ciarksbury United Methodist Church; "Christmas Program" at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 23, at CIarksbury; "Christmas Program" at 7 p.m. Wednes­ day, Dec. 23, at Salem; and "Christmas Eve Service" at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 24 at CIarksbury. Our community extends its deepest sympathy to the family of Tony Evans, who died unexpectedly last Sunday morning at home. He had been disabled for a few years. Tony was bom in Iredell County in 1958 to Herman and Barbara Harris Evans of Society Road. In his youth he attended Soci­ ety Baptist Church with his family. He graduated from North Iredell High School in 1976 and enjoyed hunt­ ing, fishing, and swimming. A service celebrating his life was held Wednesday after­ noon of this week at Soci­ ety Baptist, and he was laid to rest in the in the church cemetery. We send get-well wishes to David Steele and Lorene Beck Wallace. David had back surgery and returned to Bermuda Commons of Davie for rehab. Lorene was hospitalized with a light stroke and is recuperating at home. Charlie Ireland is in rehab at Maple Leaf of States­ ville. Tommy Josey remains in rehab at The Bridges of Statesville. Perry Cart- ncr has been transferred to Brian Center of Salisbury. Pat Swisher remains at The Randy Thorne killed this 8-point buck on his birthday plus another one the next day. Gardens of Statesville. Join us in prayer for the Lord's divine healing and blessings upon David, Lorene, Charlie, Tommy, Peny, Pat, and other resi­ dents who are having health problems. Pray for the fam­ ily of Tony as they adjust to life without him. Also, re­ member in prayer Buck Mc- Swain, whose brother Frank died last Sunday morning, and Theresa Hicks, whose stepmother Eulalia Cook died last Thursday. For news and memories . to share, please call Shirley on 492-5115 or email sdt- link®hoimailcom. By Edilh Zimmerman Advance Correspondent The Community Advent Fair^ will be Sunday, Dec. 6 at Advance United Method­ ist Church from 4-5:30 p.m. Enjoy free refreshments, make Christmas decora­ tions and other arts and crafts. When finished up at 5:30,! we will head across the street for the first Advent Community Christmas Tree LightingattheAdvanceFire Department. From 5:30-6, gather for music, hot cocoa and cookies. From 6-6:30, sing carols and a time of Christmas reflection by lo­ cal churches and the light­ ing of the tree. Bring your family and remember the true meaning of Christmas. My Monday afternoon visitors were granddaugh­ ter Amanda Hendrix Fortin, husband Scott Fortin and their children Emma, Ethan and Joshua Fortin of Rock­ well; I am so happy to report that' 8-month-old Joshua is doing well after a series of surgeries (6 weeks hospital stay at Charlotte Hospital this spring), The family of the late Blake and Kazie Smiley met at Green Meadows Baptist Church fellowship hall on Saturday, Dec. 21 for their annual Thanksgiving get-to­ gether. Louise Smiley Potts reports a wonderful family reunion with 57 members attending. With the assistance of family members Annalle Myers was able to attend Thanksgiving meals on Thursday and Friday eve­ nings at the home of her children Cathy and Rom- mie Barney. Others were her children and grandchil­ dren, Marcia Goshom, Ed­ die Goshom, Dale Myers. Tracy and Bill Zeiss and : their daughter Sophia from Raleigh came to spend Thanksgiving with Tracy’s parents, Cathy and Rommie Barney, and grandmother, Annalee Myers. They were here for the Thanksgiving meals. The Advance United Methodist Men will have their monthly breakfast Sunday, Dec. 6 at 8 a.m. at the fellowship hall. AU men of the church are invited. Janie Hendrix took me to a Thanksgiving meal on Wednesday, Nov. 25 eve­ ning in Rockwell at the home of Amanda Hendrix Fortin and husband Scott Fortin and family. Fifteen people enjoyed the festive occasion plus a delicious home-cooked meal. On Thursday, Nov. 26 daugh­ ter Adrian Farley from Ar­ lington, Va. came for me to have Thanksgiving dinner with her family on (Reynol- da Road) in Winston-Salem with nine family members enjoying a wonderful dinner and get-together. On Friday evening Adrian and children treated me to a dinner at home. They were Brian and Tarra Farley and children Nora and Edie from Ann and to say good-bye. Arbor, Mich., Denise Far- SundayvisitorsofAnnal- Iey from Boulder, Colo, and ec Myers were cousins Lela John Farley from Washing- ParkerfromYadkinvilleand ton, DC. Saturday, the fara- Emily and LarTy Hutchens ilies gathered here for lunch from Columbus. Ga. 4VINGO G rthw ood APARTMEHTa 800 Northridge Court Mocksville, NC 27028 (336)751-4141 www.northwoodapt5-ni NEWLYRENOVATED • Studio, I and 2 Bedrooms • Pool/Coffee Bar • DVD Library You are always welcome at First United Methodist Church 310 North Main Street Historic Downtown MocksviUe Contemporary Worship 8:45 a.m. TraditionaIWorship 1055 a.m.Sunday School for all ages 9:50 a.m. Weekly Prayer ServiceThurs. Noon-1 CO p.m. www.lirstnmcmocksvilIe.org Telephone: 751-2503 Off-Frame] Modular TURN-KEY! 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The group is led in Birthday wishes go to Bible study and prayer, one those celebrating this week: on one interaction, and the Candace B, ' Reeves and fun of hunting. Meals were Alyssa Goforth on Dec. planned and provided by the 3; Wilbur Reeves on Dec. church in November for the , 4; Elizabeth Foster and first two groups and they Michelle Beck on Dec. were provided a place to 5; Stephanie Reavis, Gail stay. There will be one more Terry Collier and Jack Jordan, Melissa Gaither group before Christmas, Dawn Myers, Vn iu6 M’ and Gina Groce on Dec. 7; Ijames Baptist's1 Team and Candace Vaughn and Kid ministry is held each WestonljamesonDec. 8. Sunday from 5:30-7 p.m. Congratulations to the Children age 3 years through following couples celebrat- 5th grade are welcome. The ing an anniversary: Tony Youth of Ijames Baptist and Tina Prevetteon Dec. 4; meet each Sunday evening Randy and Brenda Ander- at 5:45 for recreation and son on Dec. 6; and Charles Bible lessons. Youth 6-12th and Robin Smith on Dec. 9. grade are invited. If you would like an anni- The Wednesday night versary or birthday posted, prayer meetings at Ijames call or email. Baptistareheldeachweek The annual Children’s at 7. AU are invited to join Christmas party at the us as Pastor Daniel leads in Sheflield-CaIahaln Volun- prayer and Bible Study, teer Fire Department will Prayer meetings at Lib- be held this Sunday from erty Wesleyan are held each 2-4 p,m. Please join us for Wednesday evening at 7. snacks, crafts, a visit with Everyone is invited. Santa and more. Everyone Kids Night at Liberty is invited. Wesleyan will be held this ChristmasOpenHouseat Friday from 6:30-8. The Poplar Springs School will church is at 2106 Sheflield be held Saturday from 10 Road. a.m.-2 p.m. Poplar Springs , Senior Bible Study at is at 660 Ijames Church Liberty Wesleyan is held Road. Enjoy a cup of hot the second Tuesday of each Ronald McDonald House cider and experience a taste month at 10 a.m. The next Take them to her any Sun- of Christmas past. Local meeting is scheduled for . day at New Union UMC or craftsmen will have unique Tuesday, Dec. 8. Everyone contact me and I’ll see that crafts and repurposed and. is invited. . she receives the tabs, vintage items for sale; A . OtherhappeningsatLib- William R. Davie is ask- portion of proceeds go back erty Wesleyan: Toys for jng for anyone to save to the school for programs. Tots will be collected Sun-. Campbell Soup label cou- Baked items, including day; on Dec. 18, the Parson- p0ns and box top coupons sourdough rolls, will be age Christmas Party will be for their school. Drop off available. Have a bowl of held at 6 p.m; and Sunday, these coupons at the school homemade vegetable soup Dec. 20, the Christmaspro- . or mail them to WRD 3437 and a sourdough roll for gram will be held at 6 pm. US 601 N., Mocksville. a donation. The shop will . WorshipservicesatCom- Thanks so. much to ev- also be open Dec. 12 from munity Covenant Church eryone who submits photos 10am.-2p.m.Foraprivate are held each Sunday at each week, including Pam showing or groups of six 10:45 a.m. and at 6 p.m. A Branham for Ijames Baptist, or more, contact 492-5277 small group Bible Study isJ Eric and Michaelene Line- after Dec, 5. Visit Poplar held each. Wednesday from berry for New Union, Linda Springs School on Face- 7-8 p.m. Goforth for Liberty Wes- book formore information. The Tbmm Dollee Band leyan, Melissa Gaither for Kid’s Night is each will perform at The Komer the Harmony library, and Wednesday evening at New Deli Saturday. Devoted To- so many others. To list ev- Union from 6:30-8 for ages gether will perform on Dec. eryone, I’d need a full page. pre-K to 12th grade. 12. MythankstoTracyBames1 The Women’s Group at Melissa Gaither invites Linda Owings and Brandi New Union is selling . Kay- all children (0-4) to Toddler Drye for .submitting photos Wos cloths for $5 each. For Storytime each Wednes- this week. Ifyou have a sto- more information, call me day morning from 10:30- ry and/or photo that you’d at 751-7567, Wanda at 336- 11 at the Harmony Public like to share, please do not 377-2927 or see any mem- Library. The children sing hesitate to send it to me. berofthe women’s group. songs, play musical instru- Prayerrequests continue The Christmas program ments, enjoy a story, do for Madeline Lapish, J.W. “Happy Days Christmas” crafts and have snacks. Keaton, MelvinAllred1Tom will be presented at New CometotheHarmonyLi- Cloer1 G.H. Goforth, Bryan Union UMC on Sunday, brary to learn how to make Swain, Jean Reavis, Bon- Dec. 13 at 6 pm. , homemade, sugar scrubs on nje Gunter, Lori Dyson, Ijames Baptist Youth Saturday. Dec. 12 at 2 p.m. Villard Beck. Fred Roth, have been collecting blan- Supplies are provided, Reg- Bertie Stout, Sherri Dyson’ kets, socks, gloves, etc. for ister by 'calling 704-546- Johnny Naylor, Dot Keller the homeless as their Christ- 7086, . ,A iice Absher. . Elizabeth mas project. Ijames is col- Mrs. Claus will visit the Foster, Rick 'Swisher, Pat IectingfortheLottieMoon library on Thursday, Dec. Moore, Periy Cartner. Joann Chnstmas Offering, with .17 from.5:30-7 p.m. Bring Ratledge. Kathy Dumire, funds going to foreign mis- thechildren to visit with her. Jimmy Bailey, John Henry sions. Programs include the Give her your wish list and Reeves, Edward. Gaither Toy Store for Jesus and the get a candy cane from her Randy Davis and Ronald Nimrod Ministry. Nimrod Elf.. . Richardson. Our condo- Mmistry is a non-profit min- Amber Thutt.continues to iences to the Jeanette Sum- istry taking father/son teams collect soda can tabs for the mere family. Submit items to. brjbai- ley@msn.com or call 751- 7567 no later than 9 a.m. on Monday. . Collier, guest m usicians, join Hazy Ridge Bluegrass m em bers D uane Hicks, 'ers and R eagan Hudson at The Korner Deli. Children perform in the C enter United Methodist Church Preschool Thanks- . giving program on Monday, Nov. 23. The New Union Methodist Children’s Choir performing Sunday, from left:. front - Madison Drye, Morgan Thutt, Harper Dyson, Carson Thutti and back - Will Robinson, Bradley Beck, Hunter Dyson, Ashivn Drye and Klaire Allen. Amber Thutt is the director. Celebrating birthdays Saturday at The Hill Barn, from left: Tony Heath, Nov. 27; Bettie Lanier, Nov. 28; and Wade Reeves, Nov 26 FAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY i P r. Rivers ' Dentol Tip OF THiW EEK : i t T m i, "Doggie tooth tlp: AvoJd feeding your ! .dpgpeopiefood. 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IS YOUR HEAITH CARE PLAN REIHG TERMINATED IN 2010? -ItSo, CallUs maim David McCall Sc Associates 6319 CookAve., Ste. 209, Clemmons, NC 3 3 6 -7 6 6 -1 8 8 5 CanaIPino DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 - C7 By Betty EtchIson West Cana/Pino Correspondent I Those who enjoyed Thanksgiving Day at Frost- Iand, the Etchison ancestral i home, were: Susan and Al I Cujas and their son, Oliver Cujas of Cana; Amy Cujas of Catawba College; Missy Cujas and friend David Mi- chalski, who attends Mitch-, ell Community College; Frances West Tbtterow1 Joe and Elizabeth Tutterow Burchette and son Joseph, Jason and Page Steed Tut- terow and their daughters, I Reese and Harper, all of Ad- I vance; Autumn and Alexan- ; der Spillman of Yadkinville; j Gray and Lou Ray Etchison .. and Rusty and Rachel Etchi- son Yancey of Clemmons; Daniel Yancey and wife Dr, Katherine Habenicht Yanc­ ey of Winston-Salem; Wells and Sarah Yancey Vance of Davidson; Marty Etchison Babcock of Raleigh; and Roland and Betty Etchison West and Henry West of Pino. : Recently, a reader said: “What, is this Frostland that is so often in the Cana I ■ News?’’. • . . Frostland has a iong his- tory. Jt is a plain country farmhouse, and it is much , like others which were built in Davie County in the late 19th century. The land on which the house sits was part of: the Frost Pianta-. tion, which was said to have stretched, from Dutchman Creek to what is now 1-40. The house on Cana Road got its name, Frostland1 be­ cause it was .built on Frost land;, and it. was built by * .—JokrfcC. Frosts- John C. “Johnny" Frost was the son of Isaac Newton and Mary Madelyn Eaton Frost; and he was the broth­ er of my great-grandmother, ElizabethAmyFrostCain, the wife of Cana's founder, James Harrison Cain. The house, called Frostland was built in 1886; and as far as can be determined, Johnny Frost never lived there. He rented the house for years to teachers who taught at the Cana Academy. The following informa­ tion concerning John C. Frost is found in a book, called A Life in Verse, which written by his daugh­ ter, Minnie Frost Rands: “My Father inherited 400 acres of rich farming land in the Yadkin Valley of N .C. He also owned, and with- a partner, a tobacco factory in the town of Statesville when I was bom in 1889. Shortly after my birth he invented a machine for spraying lico­ rice on the. tobacco leaves while they were whirled around in a revolving drum. “When he had completed successfully the manufac­ ture of his machine, he went to Washington to apply for a patent. To his great dismay he found that a confidence man from a tobacco com­ pany in another state, to whom he had unfortunately explained his machine, had already taken his ideas to Washington and patented them. My poor father sued the company with one suit after another until all his. land and his half of his fac­ tory was gone, and we were as poor as church mice.” In 1916, Johnny Frost agreed to self the house on Cana Road to his niece, Nana Cain Etchison, and her husband, John W. Etchi­ son, my grandparents. That year, my grandparents moved their family from their farm, Valley View Farm, about a mile east of Cana. At the time, Nana was sick. Someone put a straw tick in the bed of a wagon to make a bed for her to lie in for the trip to her new home. ; Nana’s 4-year-old son, Wal­ ter, rode on the wagon by granddaughter. ana Nana Cain Etchison s horse. Alter she could no longer ride, she kept the horses be- cause she like to see them run in the pasture. fhnet93lsUr^n.Tthtl°9ne0smy librarian'Wh0 °wned Fros*“ John and Nana Cain Etchison who bought Frost- Iand in 1916 and moved there from Valley View Farm. her side. Nana Cain Etchi­ son was happy at her new home, which was not as iso­ lated as the house had been at Valley View. The children of John and Nana Etchison were bom at the Valley View Farm house, but they all spent part of their youth at Frostland. The Etchison children were: John Orreil1 Everett Frost, Annie Laurie, and James Walter. The Etchisons had two other children, Lillian and Hany1 who died as in­ fants. Nana enjoyed living next door to the family of her brother, John Boyce Cain, and his wife, Ina Naylor Cain.. The Cain children, Lucille, Eleanor, Faye, Gladys, Joyce, and John Boyce, and the Etchison children traveled up and down the path between the . Etchison house and the Cain house so often they were at home in both houses..Faye Cain Rich said: “If I got in trouble at home, T would run up. to Aunt Nana’s!" Mary Nana Etchison was a staunch member of Eatons Baptist Church, and the trip to church was much easier from the Cana house. My parents, Everett and Lola Sofley Etchison were married in Septem­ ber 1931, and they moved into an upstairs apartment at Frostland. I was borri there in the upstairs south bedroom on Aug. 15, 1932. As I grew there, I had the best of all possible worlds. I got special attention from my parents, grandparents, my. great-uncle Boyce and great-aunt Ina Cain, and from my grandfather's sis­ ter, Susan Etchison Eaton, who lived across the road from the Cana Store. . In 1934, tragedy struck. Everett Etchison said: “I was helping Mama lift a tub of water, when something broke.” Nana was taken to Baptist Hospital in Winston- Salem where she received the best treatment available at the time but to no avail. My grandmother died at the hospital from what I now believe may have been a ruptured appendix. My parents continued to live at Frostland and to care for my grandfather. “Mr.” Johnny. I loved my grand­ father, and a special part of my day was a trip with him to the Cana Store. Grand­ pa and I walked down the path, which all the Etchi­ son and Caiti children had used through the years, to visit with the storekeeper, Mr. John Andy Naylor, who everyone called Dad Nay- lor. My grandfather was a staunch Republican and Dad Naylor was a staunch Democrat, but they dis­ cussed politics everyday in a civilized manner. Grandpa would buy me a piece of penny candy, which I would eat while I sat on the blue bench by the pot-bellied stove, , until Grandpa was; ready to make the trek back upthepath. Tragedy struck again in 1936, when Grandpa Etchi­ son developed pneumonia. He was cared for at home by a visiting doctor and by his niece, Lucille Cain, but again to no avail, Grandpa djed and was buried by. his wife at the Eatons Baptist Church Cemetery. I was one sad little girl. When my grandfather's estate was settled, his son, James Waiter, bought the Frostland property which included the house and the farm; He sold it to his sister, Annie Laurie Etchison. My parents, who never owned the Frostland property, con-. tinued to live at there until 1945 even though they had started building a house on land which they bought when they. first got married. TTie owner of the Frostland house, Annie Laurie Etchi­ son, was an Army librarian who was stationed in many far-flung places so she was happy to have her brother and his wife to Iiye in and care for her property. Fromthetimemyparents Annie Laurie Etchison retired to Frostland in 1978 and enjoyed living there until 1988 w hen she w as killed in an accident. moved to their farm in 1945 uiiiil 1978, the Frostland house was empty except for annual or semi-annual vis­ its by Annie Laurie and her friends. During that time, Albert Hutchins and Abe and Nora Etchison cared for the place. Annie Laurie kept a constant stream of corre­ spondence to the caretak­ ers concerning projects that she.wanted carried out. She. would have trees and shrubs set out, and then she would decide, that they should be moved—such was the ac­ tivity for many years. She restored, instead of modern­ izing, the house. Annie Lau­ rie retired in 1978 and came home to Cana after more than 35 years. At the time of her retirement, she was in charge of all of the Army libraries in Europe. Annie Laurie and a friend, Mildred Bachman, a retired Air Force major, . lived at Frostland for 10 years before tragedy struck, Annie Laurie always kept horses, and one day in 1988, she went over to her brother's house and asked him to go with her to fix the • fence so the horses would not get out. They rode out in her old 1940 Jeep. Everett told Aniiie Laurie where to park, but she chose another spot. After she got out of", the Jeep, it started roiling, . and it rolled over her. It crushed her chest. She died six weeks later on Oct. 20, 1988 at Baptist Hospital. After Annie Laurie’s death, my father got the Frostland house and about five acres of land. Annie Laurie's brother, Walter, and the descendants of her brother Orrell, got the rest of the farm. My father had. to pay the other heirs in or­ der to create.an equal inheri­ tance for each heir. . My father gave me the Frostland . property, and I paid, the other heirs. Our daughter, Susan West Cujas and her husband, Al, lived at Frostland for. a period of time and as did my son, Henry West, so it has con­ tinued to be home to Etchi-. son descendants through the years. Frostland has also been the site of many family get- togethers and special occa­ sions, including the wed- ding of Jason Tutterow and Page Steed by the big oak tree in the backyard and the wedding of Elizabeth (Izzy) Tutterow and Joe Burchette in front of the big boxwoods in.the front yard/ Frostland is a run-of-the- mill farmhouse, special to the descendants of John and Nana Cain Etchison because it has been home io so many Etchisons and. has been the site of so many special oc­ casions during the last one hundred years. 'CUMMONS COUKTRYSTORE' CHRISIMASTRQSft WREffIHES ARRMNGWEBdy 'H * WE DEJVER TREES! PolnsettIas Ornaments MoravIanStars HoIIdayFIags Doormats & MaIttwx Covers LOCAUY MADE PRODUCTS Moravian Chicken Pies IncaIHoney Quiche Pecan Pies Pot Roast tChicken Salad Country Ham PimentoCheese AppteButter FarmFreshEggs. HoopCheese PUdedOra Bread Molassas CarameIPecanCheesecake JEWELRY CANDLES POTTERY SOAPS Local Pnxtucltotrie Comvoniy - —■olemmonseoontrtaiere.am C8 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 Obituaries Jayme Lyn Powers DeVault HarveyDwightCampbell EdgarThomasMcCain Mrs. Jayme Lyn Powers DeVaultp 55, of Mocksville, Mr. Harvey Dwight Campbell, 81, of Mocksville, died Mr. EdgarThomasMcCain1 84, of Ruffin Street, Cool- died Sunday, Nov. 29,2015, at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Saturday, Nov. 28,2015, at Novant Health Rowan Medical eemee, died Tuesday, Nov. 24,2015 at Kate B. Reynolds Home in Winston-Salem. Center in Salisbury. She was bom Oct. 13,1960, in He was bom Feb. 11,1934inI Clearfield, Pa., to Judy Winslow Davie County to the late Harvey I Powers of DuBois, Pa. and the Lee and Ella Dell Henderson I late James Powers. Mrs. DeVault Campbell. Mr. Campbell was I enjoyed singing in the choir at her a veteran of the U.S. Air Force I church, Faith and Victory Wor- and was retired from Piedmont I ship Center. Airlines. Survivors: her husband of 30 He was also preceded in I years, Mike L. DeVauIt of the death by a brother, John D. I home; 2 sons, Greg DcVault of Campbell. I Charlotte and Zachary DeVault Survivors: 2 daughters, Bev-I of Mocksville; 2 cousins; and an erly Campbell Davis of Florida 9 aunt. and Lynn Campbell Howell of Memorials: St. Jude Children’s South Carolina; 2 grandchil- Research,501 St. Jude’s Place,Memphis1TN, 38105; ora dren; a sister, Elsie James; and charity of the donor’s choice. several nieces and nephews Condolences: www.eatonfuneralservice.com. with whom he was close. At his request of the deceased, services will not be held Charles Franklin McSwaim at this time. Mt. Charles Franklin McSwain, 72, of Salisbury, died Memorials: Davie Senior Services, 278 Meroney St., on Sunday, Nov. 29,2015. Mocksville. He was bom on Jan. 22,1943 in Davie County, the son Condolences: www.eatonfiineralservice.com. of Mildred Link McSwain and Richard James McSwain Sr. He was a graduate of Davie High School and a veteran RonaldEugeneElldy of the US Navy during the Cuban Missile Crisis, serv- Mr. Ronald Eugene Eudy, 66, of Mocksville, died Sun- Hospice Home in Winston-Salem. A memorial service was conducted at 2 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 12 at Eaton Funeral Chapel in Mocksville. Condolences; www£atonfuneralservice.com. Jackie Monroe Soots Mr. Jackie Monroe Soots, 77, of NC 801 South, Coolee­ mee, died Friday, Nov. 27,2015, at Gordon HospiceHouse in Statesville. He was bom Feb. 16, 1938, in Davie County to the late Nancy Soots. Mr. Soots , had been raised by his mater- [ nal grandparents, Katie W. and I Mitchell Soots with the help of I a special aunt, Mary E. Soots. [ He retired from Fiber Industries I after 31 years of employment. I For 13 years prior to Fiber, he I had worked at Erwin Mills. He was also preceded in I death by his wife of 40 years, I Janet Link Soots; and his moth- I er-in-law, Lola M. Link; his I maternal grandparents; and his I special aunt. Survivors: his daughter, Cin- i ing from 1960-1966.Before retiring he had worked for day, Nov. 29, 2015, at Glenn A. KiserHospice Housein dy McDaniel and husband Johnthe Grand Prairie Police Dept. Dallas, Texas, Mocksville Salisbury. Prison Unit for 20 years retiring as a sergeant, also he had worked for Cone Mills for 20 years and the NC Dept, of Corrections High Rise Unit for seven years. He was a member of Community Baptist Church of Mocksville and a mcm- of Cooleemee; 2 granddaughters, Johnna Parsons and hus- He was bom Jan. 29,1949, band Jason and Julie Snow and husband Kenny; a grand- in Rowan County. Mr, Eudy son, Will McDaniel; 5 great-grandchildren, Madalyn Mc- was a member of Edgewood DaniellJackBroadwaylEmmaGraceSnowandMcKinIee Baptist Church in Cooleemee and Jackson Parsons; a special niece, Shirley LinkGrimes; and was an electrician. He en- an^ telephone friends, Dallas Moore, John Martin and joyed helping friends in need Shorty Cartner. and loved spending time with A graveside service was to be conducted at noon his dad and family. Wednesday, Dec. 2, at Liberty United Methodist Church In addition to his mother, Cemetery in Mocksville with the Rev. Stan Riddle officir Edith Mae Foster Eudy,he was oting. The family received friends on Tuesday, Dec. I at preceded in death by 2 sisters, Eaton Funeral Home. Marsha E. DeSorbo and Cindy Condolences: www.eatonfuneralservice.com . E. Allen. Survivors: his father and Iva Nell McDaniel Wall stepmother, Jack Creswell Mrs, Iva Nell McDaniel Wall, 84,of Mocksville, died and Sue Smith Eudy of Cool- Saturday, Nov. 28,2015, at Autumn Care of Mocksville. eemee; a son, Brian Nicholas She was bom Sept. 4,1931 in Davie County to the late EudyofNorth Carolina; a brother, Dan R-Eudy(Joanne) of Thomas Edward and Maudie Viola Beauchamp McDan- children, Derek Michael Overcash and wife Heather and Connecticutt; stepbrother, Earl Cuthrell (Cindy); stepsister. iel^Mrs.XVallwas retjredfrpm Drexel Heritage. She was . Daniel AarbIf CJVercash and wife Anna; and a great-grand- JoAnn Davis (Donnie), all of Mocksville; brother-in-law, a member ofOak Grove United MethodistChurch and en- daughter, Maddie Overcash; Steve Allen of Salisbury; nieces, Caroline, Catherine and joyed crafts. A memorial service will be held later. Meredith Eudy, Meredith Alien and ChelseaDeSorbo; and She was also preceded in death by her husband, Roy Memorials: Faithful Friends, 220 Grace Church Road his loyal K-9 companion, Bud. Alton Wall; an infant daughter, Sandra Wall; an infant son; ber of the Kennedy Hall American Legion Post 106. He was preceded in death by his father, Richard James McSwain Sr. and a brother, William Floyd Mc- Swairi. Survivors: his wife of 54 years, Ruth Cable McSwain; mother, Mil­ dred Link McSwain of Cooleemee; daughter. LaDonna Overcash and husband Tim of. Salisbury: broth­ er, Richard James McSwain Jr. of Mocksville; sister, Joyce Carter of Cooleemee: 2 grand- SaJisbury128147. Condolences: wwwsummersettfimeralhome.A funeral service was conducted at 2 p.m., Tuesday, and3 sisters,FallieSidden,MozelleParks and PearlieMae Dec.l at Eaton Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Fred Carlton Jarvis. "Tree Se, • Fully Insured • Tree Work & Tree Removal • Trimming & Thinning Free Estimates Stump Grinding Bucket Truck Service (336) 909-0609 (336) 909-0610 Scotty Seaford Jack Seaford officiating. Burial followed in Legion Memorial Park. The family received friends at the funeral home one hour be­ fore the service. Memorials: Hospice/Palliative CareCehter, 377 Hospi-: tal St., Ste. 103, Mocksville. Condolences: www.eatonfimeralservice.com. Betty Wyatt BIackwclder Oak Grove United Methodist Church Community Breakfast Fundraiser Saturday, December 12,2015 ;■ Pictures & Brealfast with Santa • 7 rOO AM -10:00 AM No Set Price-Donations Accepted I: Eggs, Biscuits & Gravy, Sausage, Country Ham. Grits, Apples • Live Nativity 6-9 PM • 6 n l I* Oak Grove UMC 1994 US Hwy. 158, Mocksville Stay focused on what’s important. Get Real life insurance. Davie County Farm Bureau Two locations to serve you - BERMUDA RUN 336.998.6521 MOCKSVILLE 336.751.6207 Survivors: a daughter, Tammy Wall Sparks (James) of Advance; a son, Tim Wall (Sara) of Gibsonville; 4 grandchildren, Angela Webb (Brian), Kimberly Wall, Daniel Sparks (Christy) and Christy Adams (Brian); 3 great-grandchildren, Leah and Lincoln Sparks and Hayden Adams; and 2 sisters, Bonnie Summers of Mocksviiie and Lois Long of Winston-Salem. Afuneralservice was conducted at 11 a.m., Wednesday, : Mrs. Betty Wyatt Blackwelder, 83, of No Creek Road, Dec- 2 at Eaton Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Sam Lewis Mocksville died Monday, Nov. 23,2015 at her home. officiating. Burial followed in Oak Grove United Method- She was bom March 25,1932, in Davie County to the *st Church Cemetery. The family received friends at the late Wade H. and Pearl Craver WyatL Mrs. Blackwelder funeral home one hour prior to the service, was a member of Fork Baptist Church. She loved cook- Memorials: American Heart Assoc., PO Box 5216, ing and baking but especially lovedspendingtimewithher Clenn Allen, VA 23058-5216; or Alzheimer’s Assoc, West- great-grandchildren. em Carolina Chapter, 4600 Park Road, Ste. 250, Charlotte, She was also preceded in death by her son, Tommy .28209. Blackwelder; 2 sisters, Emily Wyatt and Shirley Hyatt; and Condolences: www.eatonfuneralservice.com . a brother, Wade Wyatt. Survivors: her husband of 66 years, Leslie Blackwelder Cphelia Hellard‘Billie’M urph of the home; a daughter, Audrey Freeman of Mocksville; Ophelia “Billie" Hellard Murph190, of Woodleaf, died a daughter-in-law, Brenda Blackwelder; a brother, John a therhomeSunday,Nov.29,2015. Wyatt (Evelyn); a grandson. Todd Freeman (Cindy); 2 Bom Dee-5,1924; in Davie County, she was the daugh- great-grandchildren, Kirsten and Peyton Freeman; a sister- • tero^the ^ate John Berry HeIlard . in-law, Nell Wyatt, all of Mocksville; a brother-in-law, C and the *ate Willie Ann Foster | Hyatt of Winston-Salem; and several nieces and nephews. Hellard. She was educated i A funeral service was conducted at 3 p.m., Wednesday, t^ie ^ avte County school system I Nov. 25 at Fork Baptist Church with the Rev. Robert Gar- and Sraduated from Cooleemee I rett officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery High SchooL For many years. B The family received friends at the church one hour prior. she worked'm Sarment «"«*-• j to the service. ufacturing industry before join- g Memorials: ForkBaptist.3140 US 64E.MocksviUe; or ing the first female ^ ork forcc Hospice/Palliative CareCenter1377 Hospital St/, Ste. 103, l° enter FibeJ Industries, where Mocksville. J ~e‘~~ Condolences:w.eatdnfuneralservice.com. she retired after 20 years. Mrs. Murph enjoyed embroidering pillow cases, going to auctions, listening to Christian music, and her pets. A longtime memberMary Jacqueline Johnson Hartley Mary Jacqueline Johnson Hsutley,'79,'of Clemmons, of Needmore Baptist Church, I died Sunday, Nov. 29,2015 at the home of her son. she served in many positions, a private sendee will be.held. . induing. Caching the womens Sunday School class forMrs. Hartley was bom Oct. 29,1936 in Davidson Coun- many years, being a choir member and leader, serving as a ty to Kimball W. Johnson and Ella Kate Jones Johnson . She VBS volunteer and teacher, and as a member of the WMU was a member of Friendship United Methodist Church. She provided inspiration Md loving encouragement and She was a home chef and creamed com will never be the prayer for her family and her church family. same at family meals. she waS aIso precededindeathbyherfirsthusbandShe was preceded in death by: her husband, Samuel F. Theo McDaniel, a US Marine who was killed onIwo Jima- Hartley, >vho died in 2004; a daughter, Cindy Louella Hart- her second husband of 41 years, Giles “Nute” Muroh- a son ley; sons-in-law, Sam Hall and John Grose; and grandson, Fred McDaniel; granddaughters Jamie Lookabill and Julie’ JustinHartIey. , Lookabill;aninfantgreal-granddaughter.Katlyn'Mitchell- Surviving: sons, Forrest W. Hartley (Tamra) of Greens- a son-in-law, Don Burton; a sister, Pauline Padeett- and V boro and Patnck Carson Hartley (Janice) of Lexington; brother, Fred Hellard; : ' daughters, Candy Grose of Clemmons and Jackie Hall of Survivors: her daughters, Kay Burton of Mocksville Mocksville; grandchildren, Katie Brewer (Greg) of Ad- Donna Reavis and husband Larry, Pamela Henslev ami yance, John-Michael Grose (Diana) of Gilbert, Ariz., Bran- husband Jimmy, and Jennifer Lookabill and husband Jim dt Hartley of Greensboro1Evan Hall of RaleightRyan Hart- my, all of Woodleaf; a daughter-in-law, Barbara McDaZi ley (Katy) of Kerrville, Texas, and Noah Hartley (Tessa) of of Woodleaf; 8 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren Richmond, Va.; great-grandchildren, John-Hartley Brewer, : The family was to receive friends from 6-30-8-30 n Tate BreweriAvian Hartley, Dallion Flowers1Grant Hart- Wednesday,.Deci 2 at Davie Funeral Service Chanel™ ley, Henry Boone Hartley; and her loving dog, Beeker, Mocksville. A celebration of life service was to conducted Memorials: Hospice of.Davidson County, 200 Hospice at 2 pjn. Thursday, Dec. 3 at the Needmore Bamist rh„^u Way1Lexington1 27292. officisiled by the Rev. R. Howard Wagoner and Pastor DaCondolences: wwwjjavidsonfitneralhomeJiel. vid Smith. Burial was tofollow in the church cemetery Condolences: wwwdaviefuneraiservice.com. Obituaries! DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 - C9 Mrs. Maryann Phillips Campbell, 73, of Cooleemee, died at Forsyth Medical Center on Nov. 27, 2015, after a long battle with COPD. She was bom Nov. 21, 1942, in Kingwood, W.Va., she a wasadaughterofthelate.How-I ard Lincoln “Shorty” and Carrie I Margaret Buckingham Phillips. I She received her early educa- I tion in Preston County, W.Va. I and her diploma in Davidson I County. She worked at Drexel/ I Heritage, Wonderknit and Lee I Jeans in Mocksville before she I started staying with elderly I women. A former archive sec- I retary for the Cooleemee His- I torical Association, she helped I establish the first museum and I the Textile Heritage Day. She • was a charter member of the Cooleemee Women's Civitan Club and served as the treasurer until bad health. She was a reader and loved gardening, canning, sewing, crocheting and making jams and jellies. Her favorite saying was, "I never met a person I didn’t love but there was a few I didn't like." She was also preceded in death by a son, John Darrell Campbell Sr. of Mocksville; 2 brothers, David Lee Phil­ lips of Manown, W.Va. and Marvin Paul Phillips of Evans- .. ville; 2 sisters, Deloris Mae Phillips Calvert of Buchannon, W.Va. and Mattie Jane (Polly) Phillips Byrd of Statesville; step-father, Floyd Pratt of Tunnelton, W.Va.; father-in-law, William Preston Campbell of Cooleemee; mother-in-law, Hattie Mae Goodwin Campbell of Cooleemee; and a sister- in-law, Mary Lou Campbell Foster, Mocksville. Survivors: her husband, Lonnie Ray Campbell Sr., whom she wed Dec., .15 1968; a. daughter, Donna Jean (Larry) Willoughby of Blanchard, Okla.; 2 sons, Dwayne Allen Zinn of Topeka, Kan. and Lonnie Ray "Scoot” Campbell Jr.; a grandson whom she raised from infancy, John Darrell "J.D." (Missy) Campbell; special granddaughter, Courtney Hope Campbell (James) Reavis; special grandson, Chris­ topher Ryan Campbell, all of Mocksville; other grandchil­ dren, Casey Cowen (Casey) Pickelsimer1 Jason Cowen, Justin Cowen, Slayton Zimmerman, all of Blanchard, Misty Zinn of Oklahoma City, Okla., Niki Zinn (Jonathan) Arnold, Amanda Zinn (Richard) Saunders, Sean Allen Zinn. all of Topeka, Kan., and Tiffany Campbell. Douglas of Lenoir; 19 great-grandchildren, Ashton Davis, Mikayln Tait, Ryder Cowen, Alyssa Cowen, Autumn Cowen, all of Blanchard, Briley Rankin, James Rankin of Oklahoma City. Loretta Harrington, Russell CailIe1Tesla Cailie, Da­ kota Caldwell, Sebastian Caldwell, Angle Caldwell, all of Topeka, Darrclynn nDJ." and Sophia Campbell of Mocks­ ville, Brittaney Holt, Joshua Holt, Emma Holt, and Travis "TJ." Douglas, all of Lenoir; 2 sisters, Linda Phillips of Indiana and Nina Smouse of Winston-Salem, and an uncle, Arthur Buckingham of Kingwood. W.Va. A funeral service will be conducted at 2 p.m., Friday, Dec. 4 at Eaton Funeral Chapel in Mocksville with the Revs. Billy Seats and Stan Riddle officiating. Burial will follow in Legion Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 3, at the funeral home. Memorials: Davie Public Library, 371 N. Main St., Mocksville, and Cooleemee Mens Civitan Club, PO Box 517,Cooleemee. Condolences: www.eaionfimeralservice.com. Wayne ‘Poley’ Trivette Mr. Wayne “Poley” Trivette, 72, of Rural Hall, died Tuesday, Dec. 1,2015, at ForsythMedicaI Centerin Win­ ston-Salem. He was bom Dec. 4, 1942 in Davie County to the late • Burton F. and Mary Mazie Belle Cranfill Trivette. Mr. Trivette retired from Sara Lee. He enjoyed fishing, the out­ doors and was a shooter. He was also preceded in death by a sister, Mary Sue Potts; and a brother, B.L. Trivette. Survivors: his wife of 45 years, Sadie Jones Trivette of • the home; 4 siblings, Willis Trivette (Judy), Faye Boger (Mickey), Colene Mayberry and Bonnie Joyner (Jimmy), all of Mocksville; and several nieces and nephews. A graveside service was to be conducted at I . p.m., Thursday, Dec. 3 at Eatons Baptist Church Cemetery in Mocksville with the Rev. Wayne Swisher officiating. Condolences: www.eatonfiineralservice.com. Sell it quickly with an Enterprise Record classified 1-877-751-2120 Jean Jeanette Berry Dalton Jean Jeanette Beny Dalton died on Friday, Nov. 27, 2015 in Orangeburg, S.C., where she had resided for about three years with her son and daughter-in-law. She was bom in Jamaica, N.Y. on Sept. 9, 1933, to the late Richard and Muriel B. Berry. She attended New York Public Schools- and was ( ployed in New York. On Sept. I 30, 1962, she maraied Gordon | Dalton: She later worked as a CNA at Trump Pavillion Nurs­ ing Home in Flushing, N.Y., from which she retired in 1992. I After moving to Harmony, she I was an active member of Pleas­ ant Hill Baptist Church until I her health failed. She loved E to read and complete puzzles. [ She studied her Bible and did I devotions, daily. She loved to | eat meals that her husband pre- “ pared. She was also preceded in death by a daughter, a son, 2 sisters, and 2 brothers. . Survivors: her husband, Gordon M. Dalton of Harmo­ ny; 3 sons, Kevin Beny1 Burnell Berry, and Allen (Cheryl) Dalton, all of South Carolina; a step-daughter, Teresa Dal­ ton; 2 brothers; 5 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.. . Funeral service were to be held Thursday. 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Sure, there was plenty to do, shows to see, meals to e a t... but the highlight of any cruise has to be catching up on the local news via the latest copy of the Davie County Enterprise Record. CIO - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 Kissy Merrifield Mother Of 3 Athletic Kids Is Coach That Keeps Family Together By Jill Osborn The Clemmons Courier As an athlete, one learns to be disciplined, to be te­ nacious, to be team driven. -Sports teaches an athlete to ,bask in the glory of a victory and to brush off the dust after a loss, Some athletes are luckier than others. Some possess natural God-given talent that enables him or her to compete at top levels. Kissy Merrifield knows what it is like to be athleti­ cally gifted arid she started to shine as a young girl. As the youngest of six, IGssy was almost like an only child .while growing up in South Carolina with her closest sibling being six years older than her. So when her mother was offered a coaching posi­ tion for the tennis team at a college nearby, little daughter trotted along beside her. “I was at each practice and match. I was their ball girl and it was so much fun,” she said. The young athlete soon picked up a racket, took a few swings, and around the age of 9, she was playing in state tournaments. She won tournament, after tourna­ ment — winning a total of 10 state tournaments in South Carolina. “Tennis was my sound­ ing board and what gave me confidence because I shy gSttfflg*' out there and meeting peo­ ple — it kind of shaped the way I am today.” Bill and Kissy Merrifield of Advance, top, with their children in descendinq order on the steps, Whit, Costner and Hite. In high school, she was recruited to play at the col­ legiate level and accepted a scholarship from Wake Forest University. “That was three Iiours away from home, which was a huge step,” Merrifield played for four years at Wake and always played in the top four spots. “Being an athlete keeps you out of trouble, focused on time management, "and you meet wonderful people,” she said. “You might miss out on social things, but I wouldn’t change anything because it was so fun.” One wonder­ ful person she met was a young baseball player named Bill Merrifield. “Bill was a sophomore when I was a freshman. He would workout in the weight room and he saw me in there. We started dating,” she said with a smile. The two were smit­ ten. By her senior year, they married. . __ Married life was not normal for these two young athletes. Bill had been recruited to play for a minor league baseball team. “It’s nothing like people think. It’s not glamorous,” she said. “We were living on $800 a month, maybe. We moved six times a year. There’s spring training for a few weeks and then you are on the road. You also try to find a part-time job in the off season. We were nomads for awhile.” — Ihfi ywingmewl^wedseven lived in a fish shack in Florida. “There were no doors. We didn’t have my parents come see us PERFORMANCE OF HANDEL'S r v ■ e Sunday, December 6,2015 3:00 RM. ReynoldsMemorlalAudltorlum 301 N. Hawthorne Road W inston-Salem, NC James Allbritten, GuestConductor Community and Area-Wide Chorus Professional Orchestra NO ADMISSION CHARGED Donations Accepted AusploesofTheMozartClub 601(0)3 NonProflt Corporation because they would have died. We were young. He was trying his best to make it to the big leagues and we didn’t have any children.” After five years, she got pregnant with their son, Whit. “Bill felt like he had enough and was ready to come home. We wanted to start a family.” Since Bill had left Wake For­ est after his junior year to play professional base­ ball, the young couple decided to come back to Winston-Salem so Bill fin­ ish his degree from Wake. Meanwhile, she worked at social services for 10 months to help supplement the income, “The lady who was keeping Whit wanted to go back to school and I ended up taking care of the chil­ dren she was watching. So I got to be at home with Whit and get paid to watch other children. It was the best of both worlds." When she had her daughter, Costner, two years later, she decided to only watch her chil­ dren since her husband was now working for ISP Sports. The couple also had another son, Hite. “All family names,” the mother explained about her chil­ dren. Like their parents, the kids began to shine in sports. Whit, the oldest son, went to college at South Carolina and started for the baseball team as center fielder from day one. While his mother was proud of her son, she missed the dynamics of having all three children at home. During that time, she also lost her father. “I was sad because the family dimension had so changed. There was a void in my life and a realiza­ tion that my three kids are never going to be at home again. I needed some­ thing that would make me happy. I thought, ‘What would be better than be­ ing around toddlers and getting that unconditional love?’” She applied for a job at Macedonia Moravian Pre­ school and has been there for the last nine years. As for her own children, Merrifield, like many proud mothers, loves to talk about them. “Whit did well at South Carolina and his team made it to Omaha to play in the College World Series at Rosenblatt Stadium. It was double elimination and they lost the first game, so we had our bags packed and were ready to come home.” But each day, the team kept winning. Finallv. tncv made it to the champion­ ship game against U u l a . The game went for i i innings. Whit was last at bat and struck the winning hit; ESPN sports reporter Erin Andrews interviewed Whit, and the hit was replayed on news stations around the country. “That is a memory we will never forget," the proud mother said. “It’s all very nostalgic. Whit’s been drafted for the Kan­ sas City Royals and is now living the life Bill and I lived. Costner is working in Charlotte and she wants to be a sideline sports re­ porter like Erin Andrews. I wish they wanted 9-to-5 jobs. But we support their passions. Hite is a fresh­ man at Davie. He is the biggest sweetie and Whit's biggest fan." Kissy Merrifield says her family remains close despite the distance. Even she and her five siblings still get together. “My mom would always get us together at the beach one week every summer. We would all go with'our families no matter what,” she said. “My mom passed away in March and we are all still getting together for Thanksgiving. It’s good to know you are loved and cared about.” The family is a team. Kissy Merrifield is like a coach that helps keep them united. Cal Ripken Jr. stated: “Sports can play a big role in teaching values and principles. It can be a huge developmental tool for life. Just thinking, team­ work, leadership, work ethic and trust are all part of the game and are also all factors in how we make the most of our lives. So, an essential part of the job of every player, and of all people for that matter, is to help the young people of today leafn these lessons so they can live better lives tomorrow." ^ M e r r y C h r is t m a s FROM THE w isd o m Teeth a n d Dental Im plant Ex per ts DaraKRichaixlsoii&Hill (704)873-6988 1300 Daw Avenu* > StawtvWe, Nd m il omsdrs.com Join Drs. Oaiab, Hichnuloon S IllN with a Ioy donation to Iho Marino Coipa' IOYS FOR TOIS conmoum Toyts can Do diopped oil at any o( 0ui oMtcoa In N tt,,,.. Lmcolriton, or StntcsvIHo, lioton; Dcccmhoi tOlh DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 - Dl Mocksville Elementary third graders learn about life duringColonial times during a trip to Historic Bethabara in Winston-Salem. Students Shine On Daily 5 Night Jane Thomas' students par­ ticipated in making decorative coasters that were sold at the state Exceptional Children's Confer­ ence in Greensboro. The children painted and drew pictures on tiles and made assorted designs. Also, the students worked on manners to prepare for the annual luncheon at Bermuda Run hosted by the Bermuda Run Garden Club. They had lots of great Thanksgiv­ ing food and fellowship. Please See MES - Page D8 Lena Parsley reads to her parentsColm Harrison reads to his parents at Daily 5 Night at Mocksville Elementary School wmmJayce Bentley makes spelling words out of bendables in Word Work Time at Daily 5 Night Ethan Diemer enjoys showing his parents about Daily 5 time. I Mocksville Elementary kindergartners at the school’s career fair dress as whey they want to be when they grow up. D2 - DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,201 Davie High Jr. Civitans Induct New Members DavieHighJuniorCivi- nursing home residents and be commended," said Lena projects: open house re- held two successful fund- ings, area meetings and tan Club held their indue- canned food for Hunger ReinsVold of the sponsor- cruitment, officer training, raisers, handmade blankets visited several senior clubs tion ceremony on Nov. 18, Fighters. ing Mocksville Civitan manned bounce houses at for the homeless in Davie, speaking about Junior Civi- followed by shopping for “The dedication of this Club. the 4 Oaks Festival, collect- made appreciation cards for tan and Sno-Do. LittleLambsfortheStore- year’s members to their Clubmembershavepar- ed canned food for the Food disabled veterans for Veter- Officers are: co-pres- house for Jesus, items for school and community is to ticipated in the following for His Flock food drive, an’s Day, purchased socks, idents. Steve Robertson, gloves and hats for the Keri Tatum and Emily homeless, purchased four Stiller; co-vice presidents, chemo packages for Cancer Josh Spaugh and Renee Services, purchased gifts Marshall; co-secretaries; for needy for Christmas and Emily Pender and Lauren donated $50 to Sno-Do for Coats; treasurers, RiIcy the Research Center in Bir- Ball and Drew Hall; PR mingham.Ala. coordinators, Makenna Bo- Upcoming. projects in- swell and CaitIin Peebles; . elude: visit a local nursing directors, KaitIin Fletcher, home bringing socks, can- Hannah Ruble and Han­ dy canes and cards to each nah Shuskey; and historian, resident; ring the bell for Matthew Harding. Salvation Army; decorate Members are: Leslie the exceptional children's Alvarado, Mazen Bahgat, cl T ix..I , j .X-. .. . class and hold a Christmas MirandaBaileyl FaithBo-MockSViIIe Elementary Terrific Kids in grades K-2 for November, from left: front-Alexis Pierce, Da- Pajty. keno, Armissa Bowles vidPina-Arroya, Makenzie Smoot, Zada Myers, DyIanRobbins1 Re’mya Wellington, RyIanGeorge, T heciubhaspianned Sarah Bracken, Valeria Avery Gosnellr Daimon Wilson; middle - Bryson Prevette Sheppard, Diana Marcelinp, Addie Cozart, several projects to be com- Buyunciuc, Salem Cartner, Clayton Cockerham, Fabian Moreno, Shan’trell Parris, Colin Harrison, Ricky Plowman; back - Sarai pieted after the holidays. Gracie Clark, Jake Crosby! Rosales-Benitez, Noelle Brown, Ryan Williams, Luke Hunter.- • The club has been one BethanyDavis1MariaDiaz, of the few in the state to Molly Engstrom, Natalie achieved HonorCIubstatus Folsom, Clair Funderburk, from Civitan International Shelby Gordy, Jaci Gra- for the past 12 years. cen, Nyasha Hall, HaIey “These future leaders Holbrook, Mason Home, have already participated Madison Meade, Lera in enough events to receive Mitchell, Jessica Navano, I Honor Club this year as McKenna Oakes, Rafael .well,” Reinsvold said. Palacios, Aubriana Peebles, The club has 56 mem- Zack Rominger, Delaney bers eager to help their Rudolph, Danielle Sander- community and school, son, Cassie Shires, Brooke Theyaddedfournewproj- Smith, Kacie Smith, Ra- ects in the community. chel Smith, Sydney Smith, “We are very proud of Jill Staley, Carolyn Trotter, their participation and dedi- Alyssa West, Blake Wil- cation,” Reinsvold said. iiams, Hannah Williams . . . _ ... -, , . ---------------Vice President Josh and Avery Williford. Advi- Mocksville Elem entary Terrific Kids in grades 3-5 for November, from left: front - Alex Delcarmen, Spaugh serves as N.c. Dis- sor is Sue Clark. Leland Buwalda, Kaylei King, Jacob Moore, Zalyah Lloyd, Brady Sheek, Jared Burgio, Sydney Ta- tr^ct West Junior Civitan The club is a commu­ nis, middle - Jacob Rubin, Izabelle Pierce, Jerred Alexander, Sum m er Smith, Hector Solis-Romero, G°vernor. He has attended nity service club for young Elijah Dillard, Yasm een Snyder, ChristopherArroyo-M arceIino; back - Max McKnight Iris White several district board meet- people. G enesis A ntunez1 W esley Carter, Elbys Olea-Vargas1 Ci-Ci Viera-Atwell1 Tayla L en g erfctw BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT 6 OWNER Perkins Roofing Co. of Davie He lives under just one roof, but Jesse Perkins cares about every roof..That’s what makes his busi- . ness so special. As owner of Perkins Roofing in Mocksville, Jesse treats each roof as if it was on his own home. If it isn’t good enough for .him, it will not.be good enough for ■ you. That is the way Jesse treats each roofing job and customer. His work and integrity speak for itself. Jesse, a Reidsville native, became interested in roofing when, he was just 13 years old. At age .17, the summer before graduating from high school, he began helping his brother in the roofing business. Af­ ter graduating the next year, Jesse moved to Davle County and has been here since. After years for working for other roofers, Jesse de- i cided it was time to go out on his own. So, in the fail of 1997, he started Perkins Roofing. “I have been roofing most of my. life and that’s what . I love to do,” Jesse explains. “I started out with, a Iad- ,der, hatchet and pick-up truck.’’ Lawn Mowers a ro lin a CG“ o m a ll Trimmers E n g in e Blowers Sales & Service 336-998-7755 1034 Fork Bixby Road, Advance, NC 27006 CarolinaSmallEngine.com —|— s Clemmons Coin ScrDradmgCo. Buy and Sell Gold & Silver Coins EstateJewelry A P ' D a le P a tric k 336-978-0617 ^ PERKINS ROOFING "QuoHty work ot reosonobfe pricer" . Now, along with roofing, Jesse has added vinyl sid­ ing to his line of work. “I work with several local contractors on. new homes • and do .tear offs for older homes that need a new roof. I have done some repair work but we just don't have that many bad storms around here to do too much damage for roof repairs," Jesse notes. Jesse takes a great deal of pride in his work and will work however many hours and days it takes to get the job finished and done right. “I keep my business somewhat small. That way I can be bn the job to see what goes on and make sure the job Is completed like it would be for someone In my family, Perkins Roofing also enjoys giving back to the com­ munity. They are involved in various fund raisers including the law enforcement and rescue squad. - So if you are In need of a new roof and a good, honest dependable man for job give Jesse at Perkins Roofing a call for a free estimate at (336) ,753-8355. 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DAVIE CO U N TY ENTERPRI/ERECORD r Only $26.69 Per Year In North Carolina 751-2120 000<>X*X*><>C><><><X><><><><X*C><X><>00<><>0<XK><><><><><><XK>0<><>0<X><><K><><X^ D4 ■ DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 Dateline Fundraisers Saturday, Dec. 5 Second annual chicken stew, William R. Davie Volunteer Fire Dept., 3401 US 601 N„ Mocksville,4 p.m. until. Dona­ tions accepted to help purchase . firefighting equipment. Community Breakfast, Cor­nerstone Church, 1585 NC 801N.,Mocksville,7-9:30a.m. All-you-con-eatcrambledeggs, sausage, tenderloin, biscuits, gravy, pancakes, apples, OJ, coffee. Biscuits and pancake and sausage plates also avail­ able. Saturday, Dec. 12 Community Breakfast, Oak Grove Methodist, 7-10 a.m. Donations: eggs, biscuits, gravy, sausage, country ham, grits, apples. 1994 US 158, Mocksville. Live Nativity, Oak Grove Methodist, 1994 US 158. Mocksville,6-9 p.m! Religion Saturday, Dec. 5 Pancakes with Santa, 8-10 a.m.. Chestnut Grove Method­ ist, 28)2 US 601 N., Mocks­ ville. Bring kids and a camera. Free breakfast and photo. Sunday, Dec. 6Appreciation service for Evangelist Sylvia W. Camp­bell, 3 p.m., GreaterMt. Mori­ ah Missionary Baptist. Speak­ er: Anita "The Boss Lady” Dean”Amette. Refreshments . at 2. The First Noel, a celebration of the birthday of a King, 3 p.m. and7 p.m., Blaise Baptist FamilyLifeCentcr, 134 Blaise Church Rd., Mocksville. By; church choir. Installation service for the Rev. Marion A. Franks, 3 p.m., Cedar Grove Baptist. Rev. Paul A, Lowe Jr. of Shir Ioh Baptist in Winston-Salem guest speaker. Advance Community Ad­vent Fair and Christmas Tree Lighting, Advance Methodist. Fair, 4-6 p.m., tree lighting at 6. . Sunday, Dec. 13 Christmas program, Happy Days Christmas. 6 p.m., New Union Methodist, 1869 Shef- fieldRd.,Mocksville.. Risen Son Quartet to sing at BethanyBapUst, 11 a.m., 162 Hillsdale West Dr., Advance. 753-0717. Saturday, Dec. 19 Christmas Leads Us Home play, Wyo Bible Methodist, 3928 Wyo Rd.. Yadkinville, 6 p.m. Free. Call 336-463-2529. or 336-463-2776. Ongoing ; ; Free clothes, Edgewood Baptist Clothes Closet, last Saturday of every month, U a.m.-2 p.m. Infant sizes to 3x for women, 5x for men. NC 801 just outside Cooleemee city limits. Kid’s Night Out, New Union .Methodist, Wednesdays, 6:30- 8, kindergarten-12th grade. Free coffee and doughnuts, evety Wednesday, 7 p.m., Con­ cord Methodist1Cheny Hill Rd. atNCSOl,Mocksville. Beginning Bible StudytVersc. by Verse, Thursdays, 6:30-8 p.m., SngeGardcnCareCenter, . 977 Yadkinville Rd., Mocks­ ville. 734-9476. Bible Study of Revelation, Mock Place Community Cen­ ter, Mocksville, Thursdays at 11a.m. . . Simply Moms prayer and book study group for moms of all ages with kids of all ages, secondFridays,9:30-11:30 a.m. during school year,Cornerstone Christian Church, NC801. Free childcare. 998-0600. Weekly Prayer Service, First UMC.N. Main St.,Downtown, Thursdays, noon-1 p.m. in sanc­ tuary. Not a structured service, quiet time to pray and meditate. Preschool,at Macedonia Mora­ vian Church, 9a.m. til 12noon. Optional lunch bunch I p.m. Ages 12 months - 5 yrs. Call 998-6492. GricfSharc Recovery & Sup- portGroup,atHillsdaleUMC, 5018 US 158,Advance.Second &fourthSundaysofcachmonth 4 p.m. For info: 998-4020. Kids for Christ, at Liberty UMC.. I41 Liberty Circle, Mocksville, each Wed. 3-5:30 p.m. For kindergarten-5th grade. No cost, just a time for play, snacks, Bible stories, .& music. Info: 940-7246. MOPS (Mothers of Preschool­ ers), 1st and 3rd Fri. of every monthduringtraditionalschool OnOOiflO vear.9:30-11:45a.m ..itRlarce „ U.. *» . Th.Age4&Pre-K-threeorfour days per week: Call 998-6820. Preschool, at Center United Methodist, US 64 W.. Mocks­ ville. 23. & 4 year olds. Mon- . day-Thursday, 8:30-11:30 a.m. TiRanyGrooms,336-473-2615. Awana&BibleStudy, Wednes­ days at 7 p.m., Hope Baptist Tabernacle. Coffee House, 4th Sun. each month, 7 p.m., at Comatzer UMC. Good coRee, good fel- lowship, & good music. S p e c ia l Events Saturday, Dec. 5 Second Annual Christmas Bazaar to benefit domestic violence victim, Davie County Public Library, 10 n.m.-4 p.m. Vendors, silent auction. Christmas In Farmington, communityccntcr,1723 Farm- ingtonRd., Mocksville, 9a.m.-2 p.m. Over20 vendors, Santafor photos, lunch, live music. Free. Canned goods for. Girl Scout Gold Project pantry. 782-2376, . ambean@yailtehiei. Dec. 10-11 Davie High Dance Winter Dance Concert, "Listen to the Movement,” 7 p.m., Brock Performing Arts.Center, N. Main St., Mocksville. Saturday, Dec. 19Davie County Hospital re­tirees and friends Christmas lunch, I p.m., Sagebrush, Yad- kinville Rd., Mocksville.' year, 9:30-11:45 a.r Bapt. Church. Awuna, every Wed. evening 6:30-8 p.m. at Eagle Heights Church. TheLifc & Teaching of Jesus, presented by Mocksville Sev­ enth-Day Adventist Church, Mon. & Thurs,. at 7 p.m.. at 407 Milling Rd., Mocksville. Free admission. For info: 704- 876-3665. Youth Program, at..Ijames Bapt; Church, each Sun. eve­ ning 5:45 p.m., ages 12-18. Info: 492-6434. Women’s Discussion Class­ es, two .classes held weekly at Jericho Church of Christ, Tues. 10:30 a.m! and Wed..7:30 p.m. Nocostfor materials, All women invited. Women’s Bible Study, every Wed. 5-6 p.m., in a home near MillingRoadareaiAUwomen welcome, info: 751-5229. Women’s Study Group, Phase 2,onBiblical women,presented by Hannah's Ministries. Free& held every second Sat. of each month, 10-lla.m. AU welcome. . Info: 940-5149.CareNct Counseling Centers, at First Baptist Church, 390 N.Main St.,Mocksville.Offers intcr-denominational coun­ health professionals. Info. & appt. 751-2041. Prcscnool/Parcnts Morning Out, Bethlehem United Meth. Time: 9 a.m.-noon. Ages I & 2 - M1W orT.Th.Age 3 - M,T, Prime Home Selling Season is just around the corner! From cleaning to staging, there tire many details to consider when you're preparing to sell your home. Contact us .and we'll help you develop a .plan to make your home.look GREAT! We Are All In For Youl HILLSDALEREAL ESTATE GROUP A lf h i Fur You 5539 Hwy I 58, Suite 101, Advance, NC 27006 (336)998-1967 R v 151 info@hiIlsdaleregroup.com Spay-Neutcr Clinic, 2nd Wed. of each month by the Humane Society of Davie County, af- fordablespay-ncutersurgcryfor cats anddogs. Call 751-5214 to make reservation andfordetaiis. Free Advanced Healthcare Planning Workshops, 2nd Tues. of each month, I &4p.m., EMS Building, Mocksville. For info: 336-768-6157 ext. 1622. Footloose Friends, everyTues., 7-v p.m. (first time dancers should arrive 6:30). Cost $4 each night, open to couples or singles. Call Link 413-5204 or 972-2659. . Federal Bcnefitsfor Veterans, DAV Chapter #75 bldg!, 1958 US601 S., every third Sat., 12-4 p.m. For info: 336-407-5662. Free Monthly Diabetes/Blood Pressure/Cholesterol Screen­ ings, last Fri. of each month in 2009 at WalMort, 9 a.m. til 12 noon. Sponsored by Davie. Lion's Club. Visit Cooleemce’s Mill Village Museum, 14Church St., Wed.- Sat. 10 a.m. til 4 p.m. Tours also available by appt. Call 284-6040. . Storytimes1 at Davie Co. Li­ brary: Fri. 11 a.m., main library.. Meetings Thursday, Dec.Beef Cattle Producers meet­ ing, Sheffield-Calahaln VFD- Auxiliary providing, meal.- phil_rucker@ncsu.edu or call 753-6100. Ongoing American Legion Post 174, last Saturday of each month, . 9 a.m., Maw-Maw’s Kitchen, US 158 near Fannington Road. Davic/Mocksville AA, closed non-smoking meeting, at First Bapt. Church, 390 N. Main Street (across from Davie Co. Library). Thursdays, 7 p.m.. Info: Jan 753-1838: Al-Anon Family group, Sundays, 8 p.m., Macedonia Moravian, NC 801 between. Farmington and Bermuda Run.- For families and friends of alcoholics. Sugar Valley Composite Squadron, each Tues. 6:30- 8:30p;m.,Blue Hangarat Sugar Valley. Program for cadets (12-18) and adults. For info: 336-978-4186. Davie County Planning Board, 4th Tues. of each month, 6 p.m. in commission-, ers chambers, 2nd floor, Davie.. Administration Bldg., 123 S. Main Street. Davie County Board of Ad- . justment, 3rd Monday of each month, 6 p.m., in commission­ers chambers, 2nd. floor, Davie Administration Bldg., 123 S. Main Street. Davic Beekeepers Associa­ tion, second Thurs, of every month, 7 p.m., 412 N. Main Street (First Bapt. Church). Vis­ itors welcome.To find out more info: www.davicbeckcepers.org DC Networks, 7:45-9 a.m. second Tues. each month- Ketchie Creek Bakery, Valley Rd., Mocksville. Networking/ referrals group hosted by Davie County Chamber of Commerce. For info: 336-751-3304.DC Networks, 4th Tues. each month, LaCarelta, Bermuda Run, 11:45 o.m.-l p.m. Net­working/referrals group hosted by Davie Chamber of Com­ merce. Info: 751-3304. Davie Quilters Guild, 3rd Mon. of each month, for info: 492-2000. Tkiumph PorenUng Classes, Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m., call forinfo: 751-5636. : HumaneSociety of Dovie Co., monthly meetings 2nd Tues. of every month, at Humane Soci­ ety Adoption Center,291 Eaton Rd. Call 751-5214 for info. Family & Friends of the Men­ tally III Support Group, 2nd and 4th Tues. of each month, 6 p.m., Hillsdale Bapt. Church,. Advance. Call 751-5441 for info. Advance Garden Club, 2nd Tues. each month, Hillsdale Bapt.Church,US 158,1:30p.m.. Mocksville Lion’s Club,meets thirdThursday of each month, 7 p.m., Firat United Methodist Church, MocksvitleI Hillsdale Sunrise Rotary Club, every Thura. at 7 a.m.,. Bermuda Village. Davie Co. Fratental Order of Police Lodge 94,3rd Tues. of every month; 7 p.m., Zcko's Restaurant. Davie Democratic Party, 2nd Tues. of each month, 7 p.m., 110 Depot Street. Davie Co. Republican Party, every third Tues. of month, 7 p.m. in Davie Co. courthouse. . Davie Co. Republican Men’s Federation, second Tuesday . of every month, meal/meeting, 6 p.m., Sagebrush, US 601 N.. Mocksville.Forinfo: 408-8898. Women welcome. DavieHistorical & Genealog­ ical Society,4th Thura.,7 p.m., Davie Library. Al-Anon Family Group, at Macedonia Moravian Church,. N.C. 801N. ,Advance, Sundays 8 p.m., (in fellowship hall). Al-Anon is a group that helps families&friendsofalcoholics. . Cooleemee Womens Civitan Club, meets 4th Thura. of each month, 7 p.m. Cooleemee First Bapt. fellowship hall, 204 Mar­ ginal St., Cooleemee. AU area ladies invited. Stitch-In,a gathering of crafters at Mocksville Library, second Wed. of each month, 7-8:15 p.m. Bring your portable project an all your best tips and tricks to. share. Info: 751-2023. Community Foundation of Davie County Board of Di­ rectors, 2nd Mon., 5.North Davie Ruritan Club, monthly dinner meetings, second Mon. of each month, 7 p.m. Call 782-4276 for info and location of next meeting. Smart Start of Davie County board meeting, 3rd Tues. of every other monthat SunTrust on YadkirivilIe Rd., 8:30 a.m! Questions: 751-2113. Alzheimer's Support Group, 2nd Tuesday of each month, 6:30p.m.,atDavieSr. Services, Mocksville. Info: 753-6230. Davie Civiton Club meets 4th Thurs. of. each month, Feb.- Oct., 7 p.m., at Hillsdale Bapt! Church, Hwy. 158. AU visitors welcome. NAACP Community Aware­ ness Meeting, every 4th Mon. ofenchmonth, 7p.m.,at Shiloh Bapt. Church. Center ECA Club meets 2nd Monday of each month, at Center Comm. Bldg., 7 p.m. Plcasejoin us.Disabled American VeteransPost 75 meets on third Monday of each month, 7 p.m., DAV building, Hwy. 601 S. Contact 336-407-5662 for more info. TbwnOf CoolccmccPlanning Board, meets 3rd Thurs. of each month at CoolccmecTown Hall,7 p.m. Davie County Dlnbcics Sup­ port Group, first Thurs. of every month, 7-8:30 p.m., at Davie Co. Public Library Small Conference Room. Info: 751-8700. Dnvic Co. Hospital Auxilary, every second Tues., .in board room, 6 p.m. Davie Business Women’s . Association, 1st Wed. of each . month, 12 noon, at SunTrust Bank, Valley Bank Branch location. Open to all Indies interested in networking. Davie County Horse Emer­ gency RcscueTeam,7:30 p.m., downstairs at the Agricultural Building, Mocksville. Every 3rd Tuesday each month. For info: 940-2111, Davie Co. Band Boosters, meets 2nd Tuesday of month, 7:30 p.m., Davie High Band Room. Christian. Businessmen’s Committee of Mocksville,Thursdays, 7 a.m. Mocksville Rotary Hut. Gold Wing Touring Associa­ tion, Red Pig Barbecue, Greasy Comer, N.C. 801 at U.S. 601,6 . p.m. 284-4799. Cooleemee Recreation Asso­ ciation, Zachary House, 1st Tuesday, 7 p.m. . TheArtistGroup,Davie Coun­ ty. Library,7p.m. last Tues. Call Bonnie at 998-5274. Center Community Devel­ opment, 3rd Mon., 7 p.m. Community Bldg. Cooleemee Town Board, 3rd Monday, Town Hall, 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted. North Cooleemee and Clark Road Council,2nd Wednesday, 7 p.m. Meeting in different members homes. Davie Domestic Violence Ser­ vices and Rape Crisis Center. Offers weekly, support group for.domestic violence & sex­ ual assault victims. The.group meets everyTues! evening from 5:30-7p.m. Please call office for location, 751-3450. Sonsof Confederate Veterans, ■ IstMonday1CooleemeeHistor­ ical Building. 7 p.m: Mocksville Rotary Club,Tues­ days, 12:05p.m.,EnergyUnited Education Center, 182 S, Salis­ bury St., Mocksville. Farmington Masonic Lodge No.265,2ndMonday,7:30p,m. at the lodge. Davie Co. United Way Board of Directors, 4th Monday, 5:30 p.m., Brock Center Annex, Conf. Room. 208. Davie HighAthletic Boosters, 3rd Monday, 7 p.m., school cafeteria. Farmington Riiritan Club, 2nd Thursday,7:30p.m., Farm­ ington Community Center. HELPS Ministries, Christian recovery program for women sexually abused as children; Mondays, 7:30 p.m., 41 court Square, Room 210. Parents Resource Organi­ zation' (PRO) support group for families of children with disabilities.2ndTuesday,7 p.m. Cnll Rosemary Kropfcldcr at 998-3311 for location. Health Dcpt.. clinic hours: Mon.-Fri.„8:30-11:30 a.m... 1-4:30 p.m. Davie County Board of Social Services, 4th Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. atDSS.NarcoticsAnonymousAgainst AU Odds Group, First Bapt. Church, 390 N. Main Street. (upstairs),Thurs.7p.m!,Sun.6 p.m. Drug Problem? Helpline, 336-785-7280. Mocksville Civitan Club, 7 p.m., 2nd & 4th Mondays, at First Presbyterian Church. Advance Memorial Post 8719 Veterans of Foreign Wars and. Ladies Auxiliary, 4th Tucs., . 7:30 p.m., post home, Feed Mill Road. DavicCountyRightTbLifc,7 . p.m., 3rd Thursday, grand jury room,courthouse.751-5235or 492-5723. . Cooleemee Memorial VFW . Post 1119, 2nd Sat., IO a!m.. VFWHnll,N.C;801. , Corinthian Lodge No. 17F&AM, 2nd, 4th Fridays, 7:30 p.m. at the.lodge. MocksviIIcLodgc No. 134,1st Tuesday,7:30 p.m. at Uie toUgc. Cpoiecmcc Civitan’s Club Meeting, I st and 3rd Mon. each month,7 p.m., Civitan Property, 8Q1 North, Cooleemee. Davie Co. Multiple Sclerosis . Support Group, 2nd Mon. of each month, 6 p.m., at new. hospital, Bermuda Run. For info: 336-972-6673. Seniors AU activities lake! place' at Bobby H. Knight Senior Ser­ vices Building located at .278 Meroney St., Moeksvilleunless otherwise noted. 753-6230. OngoingFree Advanced Healthcare Planning Workshop, second Tuesday of each month. I p.m. Sr. Lunchbox, M.T.W. 11:30 a.m.,Th. & Fri., II a.m..lunch served daily. Quilting Club.every Monday. . 10a. SKIPBO, Wednesdays. I p.m. Scrapbooking, every 2nd Tuesday, 2 p.m. Free Blood Pressure Checks, once a month, at 10:30 a.m. in the Nutrition Site. Singing Seniors Chorus. Thursdays, IO a.m. ScrabbletI p.m. every Monday. Tbxas Hold’Em -Thursdays. 1p.m. Sr. Book Club, every third Tues. of the month, 1:30 p.m. Computer Classes • are avail­ able, call for information. Arthritic Exercise -every other Wed. 10:30 a.m. .Line Dancing Level I, Tues­ days. Thursdays. 8:45. a.m. Line Dancing Level 2, Man- days, Wednesdays, 9:45 a.m. Low Impact Aerobics-Tues. AThura., Ii a.m. Fitness Equipment Room • open Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m. til 8 p.m. Fridays 8 a.m. til 5 p.m. & Sat. 9 a.m. til I p.m. Art,Mondays9a.m.til 12p.m. Wobdcarving, Wed.9-11 a.m. Silver Health, Mon., Tues., Wed.,8:30a.m. Yoga, cnll for dates and.ses- Dahcc Party Aerobics, 5:30 p.m. on Tues. & Thura!Silver Health, Mori:, Wed., & Fri. at 8:30 a.m. Report Davle Dateline Items By Noon Monday Items for Davie Dateline should be reported by noon Monday, of the publication week..Ca)! 751-2120 or drop it by the office, at S. Main St. across from the courthouse. 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SEffIOUSLY?3UTIM KEEPING IT A TOTAL SECffET FPOM EVEfiYONE EXCEPT YOU PUSTIN OKAY- ANP 1$ THEfiE SOME PEASON FOfi THE SECffECY? WAIT" A COUGAfi?UM... AfiEN’T YOU A LITTLE TOO YOUNG TO BE FALLING FOfi SOMEONE WHO'S WAY OLPEfi THAN YOU? EHE GOES TO A SCHOOL ACfiOSS TOWN ANP THAT'S 4H3JW4ASCOT. FffIENPS WILL I UNPEffSTANP IF THAT KINP COUGAfi.COUGAfi MOTHER GOOSE & GRIMM BY MIKE PETERS D6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 IiGALNOTICES NOHTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor >f the Estate of RAYMOND JU' being at least three months from the date ol first publication ol this U fIT inE notice, or this notice will be plead- N U I IbE ed Inbarol their recovery. AUper- NOTICE Indebted to said estate will . by the Davle County Board safe date contained In the no- Publish: Nov. 28, Dec. 3 tlce of sale, provided that the mortgagor has not cured the NORTH CAROLINA hereby given default at the time the tenant DAVIE COUNTY provides the notice of termlna-UUS MARKLAND, late Ol Davle please make Immediate payment of Elections that filing for the tion INCGS 6 45.21°lBA<bK2» HOTICE OF County, North Carolina, the un- to the undersigned. « u e D .H ..u.............. won iwyiaa & 4& derslgned does hereby notify all This 26th day of November, persons, firms and corporations 2015, the same being the Ilret having claims against the estate publication date, ofsalddecedenttoexhlbltlhemto LARRYR. WAiJjl the Executor, undersigned, on or Pereonef Repreaenlellve before the 3rd day of March. 2016, Eefefe of or this notice will be pleaded In ROBERT CLAUDE BOQBR sr of their recovery, AU persons, Grady L. McCfamrock, Jr., 2016 Party Primaries will begin Up0n termination of a rental D llD llffllE IID IIIfS at noon Tuesday, December agreement, the tenant Is liable T lIO lIb N E N niN b —* — ' shall close at noon, ------------------------------ the City of Mocksville, Davle County, North Carolina, or the customary location designated for foreclosure sales, at 10:15 AM on December 14,2015 and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following real estate situated In the County of Da- vie. North Carolina, and being more particularly described as follows: ' BEING KNOWN and destg- Ilrms and corporations Indebted to the said estate will please make lmmedlale payment to the under­ fills the 3rd day of December, 2015.Emliy Marklend Keller,Executor of the Eetate 163 Kllboume Dr. Advance, NC 27006 NC8B47B66, for rent due under the rental BEFORETHEBOAflDMonday, December 21. Fll- agreement prorated to the ef- OF COUNTY COMMISSION-Ings shall be made in the Da- fecl|va dale o( me termination ERS. FOR THE FOLLOWING vie County Board ol Elections g the trustee Is unable to ZONING AMENDMENTS - JJX5Mat i!81,NPOp,ar St" SU’,e convey ,,lle ,0 ,hls ProP0rtY,or NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN, nated as Lot No. 07. Section 6 N n w c i l ^ h . , ^ .h , anY reason, the sole remedy of pursuant to the requirements of BermudaRunGoIfandCounly AtiornevfortheEstaie T l eXfi the Purctl080r is ,tie return ot' Article 20-B of Chapter 153-Aof Club, asset forth In Plat Book 161 South Main street | 0na J DistrictIndItTa ^ h !hBkl£ p‘l,lt Reasona ot such Jh0 General Statutes of North. 4, Page SB. Davle CountyMocksville, NC 27026 ^ !ii niw inabiiity t° convey include, but Carohna and Section 155.251 Registry, to which reference IsTelephone: (336) 751-7502 f . n i r P! ara not limited to, the filing of a of the Davie County Code of Or- hereby made for a more parllc-Fax: (336)751-9609 0 « 0 7 fifing fee Davie County bankruptcy petition prior to the dinances, (hat the DavIeCounty ular description. Togelherwlth Publish: Nov.26,Dec.3,l0,17 Tf=I I® , eas„sn, paY a confirmation of the sale and re- Board of Commissioners will Improvements located thereon;$536.00 Illlng fee; Davle Coun- instatement of the loan w................... .............................................ty Commissioner (3 seats)NORTH CAROLINA ......... DAVIE COUNTYPublish: Dec.3,10,17,24 NOTICE TO CREDITORSHAVING QUALIFIED as Ex- NORTH CAROLINA ecutor of the Estate of JOAN W. DAVIE COUNTY. BOLIN, late of Davle County, CountyBoardofEIectlons'NOTICE TO CREDITORS this Is Io notify all persons, firms Th_ dflta ... th_ primflpiflQ Having qualified as Co-Exec- and corporations having claimsutors of the Estate of AUDREY against said Estate to present . . . . _ . • . .JEAN O'NEAL, late of Davle written claim Io the undersigned „ ’ ? u f® ai a .County, North Carolina, this Is to on or before February 3, 2016. Tle snali 00 01 f.00 Pm Frl'notify all persons, firms and cor- (being three (3) months Irom the o0Y' Psbruary 19th.poratlon9 having claims against first day ol publication of this no-the Estate to exhibit them to the He0) or this notice will be plsadedCo-Executors, undersigned, on or In bar of their recovery. AU per-belore February 19, 2016, or this sons, firms and corporations In- notice will be pleaded In bar of debted to said Estate will please their recovery. All persons Indebt- make- Immediate payment to theed to said Estate will please make undersigned.Immediate payment. ThlstheSOthdayofNovember,. NORTH CAROLINA,This the 19th day of ..........2015Steve O'Neal,Co-Executor 668 Jenningstown Rd. Crewe, VA 23930 Roberta O’Neal Marahell, 245 Craver Road Lexington. NC 27295MARTIN & VAN HOY. LLPAttorneys at Law js gp gg Luther B. Potts Chairman Davle County . BoardofEIectIons Publish: Nov. l9,26.Dec.3 DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SRIE Thepurchaserwill hi (her remedy.TYustee Services of Carolina, 1419 Northface Court Virginia 8each, VA 23462Publish: Nov.19,26,Dec.3,10 IOCourt Square Mocksville, NC 27028 Publish: Dec.3,10,17,24 NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS OY FUB- LICATION Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained In that certain Deed of Trust executed by James B. Hall and Hannah R. Hall to William R. Echols, NOTICE OF PUOiIC HEARING made In (he advertised propos- April 19,2007 and recorded April 19, 2007 In Book 709 at Page 139, Davle County Reg­istry, North Carolina. NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Adminis­trator of the Estate of LOGRA STATEOFNORTHCAROUNA,DHONNHOK, late of Davle FORSYTH COUNTY County, North Carolina, this is to IN THE GENERAL COURTnotify all persons, flrms and cor- OF JUSTICE, DISTRICTporatlons having claims against COURT DIVISIONthe Estate to exhibit them to the qq CVD 542Administrator, undersigned, on orbefore February 19, 2016, or this PSS Arms, LLC, Plaintiff v.notice will be pleaded In bar of Code Red Sports Corp d/b/e their recovery. AU persons Indebt- CodeRedFirearms, Alexander of the note evidencing said de- 'to said Estatewlli please make GonzaIezandAntonIo Vega, ' Defendants TO: AIexanderGonzaIez Take notice that a pleading seeking relief against you has been filed In the above-entitled action. The nature of the re- Publlsh: Nov.i9,26,0ec.3,10 IIt9I being sought Is as follows: Eleven Thousand Five Hun­ dred Dollars ($11,500.00) In Immediate payment. This the 19th day of November, 2015 TIN DHONNHOK,Administrator 344 Peaceful Valley Rd.,Advance. NC 27006 undersigned, Trustee Services . 0ountY Commissioners Roon, of Carolina, LLC, having been 123 South Main s,reet' Mocks- NORTH CAROLINAsubstituted as Trustee In said vii,e' North Carolina, pursu- DAVIE COUNTY Deed of Trust, and the holder ant 10 ltl0 provisions of NCGS.§158-7.1 to consider revisions fault having directed" that the ,0 0,1 economic Incentive to Deed, of Trust be foreclosed, Dunlop Alreraf11Yfe' L,d- the undersigned Substitute 'Company")onOctober6,2014 Trustee will offer for sale at the which w08 ,or t^10 purpose of NUTlCE RF PUBLIC HEARING NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORSCynthia CuthreII has qualified as Administrator of the Estate of RfCKY WAYNE SEAMON late of Mocksville, Davle County, North dispute. Carolina. The undersigned does You are required to make de-hereby notify all persons, firms fense to such pleading not later the Trustee or the holder of the note make any representation or warranty relating to the title or any physical, environmen­ tal. health or safety conditions existing In. on. at or relating to the property being offered for. sale, and any and alt respon­ sibilities or liabilities arising out counnouse ooor ot tne county qiuiiiM '3IIUUUIQa|l|u ■«- (haf«iiamr«/, u . . . . ot or ln anYwaY relating to any courthouse where the property cat,on ln Davle County. North Road" at£ee such condition expressly are. islocatad, or the usual and cus- W M « » ™ M aM aI disclaimed. Also, !Hs prap.r- tomary location at the county enterprise In Mocksville. DavIe ,y is bel"s 80ld suhJecl 10 0,1courthouse for conducting the . County, North Carolina. C m Z ta*es,. special assessments, sale on December 7, 2015 at TAKE FURTHER NOTICE, PhaI fhl S S - 0ndPrtorII0n0or0nCumbranc- 10:00AM, and will sell to the ,tlat ,ha Incentives being con- ™ es ot racoI? and any recorde-dcompensatory damages, plus w 'h8St bidder for cash the 0Icfered are for an “Economic 0onJmissIonera will hold a Pub- releases. Said property is also treble and/or punitive damag- f0)|0wjng descr|bed oroDertv Development ProJecT by the ,lc Hearing In the Commission- being sold subject to applicable °nrt situated In Davie County, North Companywhlchlnvolvesme ^ mS a l BuMn 9 M nc^ Federai and 8tat0 iaws'Carolina, to wit: expenditure by or for the benefit: Admlni^ratlon BuIIdIng1Mocks- a deposit of five percent (5%) Being known as designated °f the Company of approximate- h J r 7 201s B» fi9nn n m °f the Purctl080 Pdo0. or 00V0nas Lot 2 as shown on the Plat ly *1-9 m""orr doiiars tor the beI j - 201S at6-d9p^ - hundred fifty dollars ($750.00), ^ls0,ate “ I ' de™ lban 0ecember 29' 2015 and ^ ln P la ^ B o ^ P ^ e ^ f l n M b oonJnd80Jonor0 wiii consider a qulred and must be IenderadTn upJn yourJ allure ,0 d0 SQ,'he the Office of the Register S ■ 0ountY- 0nd the expenditure ol L Jem ^W a^ThV m TlsTo tbetornJ 0'cert^edtund8atthelstraior. Cynthia Cuthrali, at the party seeking S0rvlce aSalnst n BBrfS nf r>avi» Cnnntu N«r.h approximately $5 million dollars asZ f rn0W0Y' ThIs road Js Io- time of the sale.3 against Deeds of Davle County, North approximately $5 million dollars office of her attorney, James A. y°u will apply to the court for Carolina to which reference Is Davis, Esq., e/o 3333 Srookvlew the relief sought. hereby made for a more panic- Ul" Blyd- Sulte 206, Wlnston-Sa- This the 19m day of Novem- ular description. to equip the facility. The Eco- Pated at J59 Soone Farm Road'? _ ' _ . Mni-VcuiIla l( (ha nauu raart lem, NC 27103, on or before the ber, 2015. 26th day ol February 2016, or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. AU persons, firms and corporations Indebted to the said estate will please make Im­ mediate payment to the under­ signed. This the 26lh day of November,2015. James A. Davis, AttorneyatLaw, for Cynthia Cuthrell,. AdmInIstratoroftheEstate ol Rlcky Wayne Seamon . Publish: Nov.26,Dec.3,10,17 Save and except any releas- Iocrease to the ad valorem tax es, deeds of release or prior ' r'” J ^Jonathan S. Dills The Law Offices of conveyances of record. Jonathan S. Dills, P.A. Said property Is commonly 411 North Cherry Street, known as 112 Mollle Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27101 Harmony, NC 28634. (336) 761-1123 A cash deposit (no per- Mocksville. If the new road convey title to this properly for name Is approved, all existing any reason, the sole remedy.of addresses will be changed to me purchaser Is the return of base of Davle County and me retlect the new road namo- Ihe deposit. Reasons of such Town of Mocksville of approxl- „ Wa,laco Farm L0n0: Th0 Inability to convey include, butmately $6.9 million dollars (the Board 01 oonJniIs8Ion0rs wI" are not limited to, the filing of a “Tax Base Increase"), and the consIder 0 petition to name a bankruptcy petition prior to the creation of approximately fortv Privat0Jo a d a s WaIIaceFarm confirmation of the sale and re- (40) nv Jobs (me ‘New Jobs')Lane. This road Is located at Instatement of the loan without Publish: Nov. 19,2B.Dec.3 sonal checks)'of'flve'o'ercVnt at the facility. ' 270 Lee Jackson Drive. Ad- the knowledge of the trustee.'If ( s C H h e ^ r l s e p K .The InJnlfves being con- Jhe vahdlty of the sale Is.chai- NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BV PUB­ LICATION STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, FORSYTH COUNTY IN THE GENERALCOURT OF JUSTICE, DISTRICT Ad- I COURT DIVISION NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORSHAVING QUALIFIED t ... _____ mlnlstralor of Ihe Estate of RUTH 14 QyD 542 GAITHER SNOW, late of Davle County, this is to notify all per- PSS Arms, LLC, Plaintiff v. sons, firms and corporations hav- Code Red Sports Corp d/b/a ' Ing claims against said Estate to — • — present written claim to the under­signed on or before February 3,2016, (being three [3J months from the first day of publication of this notice) or this notice will Code Red Firearms, Afexander GonzaIezandAntonIo Vega,. Defendants sldered are approximately aPprovedl aII0XlstIngaddrass- Ienged by any party, me trust-:; $126 957 50 (the 'Incentives") es wiHbe changed to reflect me ee, In their sole discretion, If from the County of DavIe to as-. ne? raad name' theY bo"eve the challenge to slst the Company In equlppinq AI1 Paltles 8,19 Interested dt‘ have merit, may request the the Company’s facility located 1zens are lnvlted t0 att0nd “ ld court 10 dec,are ,he 80,0 10 beIn South Point Business Park In hearing at which time they shall void and return the deposlLMocksvllle1DavleCounty1North h0ve an°PP°rtunlty to be heard Thepurchaserwlllhavenofur- . Carolina and other incentives lnfavorotorlnoPPositlontothe tt1er remedy,authorized under N m i s r u . foregoing changes. Prior to me Additional Notice for Res- THrEXc"sETAXANDTrHE ^ I provided^heSompa% hearing, all peraons Interested Identlal Property with L ess. RECORDING COSTS FOR tir8tCreatesmeNewJobsand Jnay oblaln any addltion0i in; than 15 rental units, IncludingTHEIR DEED. meets me Tax Base Increase tormatlon on 0 proposal or ask. Single-Family Residential Real Said property to be offered requirement. This Incentive any Pueslions >hey rney have Property pursuant to this Notice of is 1088 than mat originally ap- bYvl8itinS u1e TechnoIogySoIu- A norderforpossesslonof Sale Is being offered for bale Proved because the InvesLnt Uons ° 0Partment on weekdays the property may be Issued:S9OIO ia uoiiiy unoiou iur saie, _______________________ between a-an am and son oursuant In N r n s a xc. 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. THIRD PARTY PURCHASERS MUST PAY transfer and conveyance "AS IS WHERE IS." There .are representations of warranty m behalf of the Comoanv between 0:39 a'm' and 5:00 pursuant to N.C.G.S. § 45- p.m. or by telephone at (336) 21.29 In favor of the purchaser TO: AntonIo Vega r ..._ TakenotIcethatapIeadIng reiatingtothetltleoranyphys- ed In bar of their recovery. AU seeking relief against you has leal, environmental, health or persons, firms and corporations been filed In the above-entitled safety conditions existing inIndebtedtosaldEstatewIlIplease action. The nature of the re- on, at, or relating to the proper- ITn8H^JllJJUJ0dlal0. paYmenl ,0 lh£» Hef being sought Is as follows: ty being offered for sale. This Eleven Thousand Five Hun- sale is made subject to all prior by 0 Is reduced. • ThelncentiveAgreementwIII 73 , .provide remedies to the County PUBLISH: NOV. 26, DEC. 3 if the Company falls to create the. New Jobs or falls to meet NORTH CAROLINA, the Tax Base Increase require- OAVIE COUNTY . undersigned. This the 30th day of November,. 2015. • BRENDA CROWE 536 South Salisbury Street Mocksville, NC 27028 .MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP :. The dred Dollars ($11,500.00) In liens, unpaid taxes, any unpaid . Y0ar8°i compensatory damages, plus land transfer taxes, special as- Tax Base Increase requirement Ig e p o ds treble and/or punitive damag- sessnients, easements, rights is met and Itls expected that the . _ i, attorney’s fees and legal of way, deeds of release, and Incentives w "s regarding a - and against the party or parties: in possession by the clerk of superior court of the county In which the properly Is sold.Any person who occupies . the property pursuant to a rent­al agreement entered Into or renewed on or after October.'!, 2007, may after receiving tiie notice of foreclosure sale, teT- Under and by virtue of the mlnate the rental agreement by NOTICE OF FORECLOSORESMI hold a Public Hearing In the said property .being located at : the knowledge olthe trustee. If CommlseIonareRoomoflhe 849 Rlverbend Drive, Advance, shall pay a $66 filing fee; and the validity of the sale is chal- Davle County Administration North Carolina.Davie County School Board Ienged by any party, the trust- Building located at 123 South SUBJECT TO Restrictive (4 seats) shall pay a $36 filing SS| jn their sole discretion, If Main Street, Mocksville, NC on Covenants In DB 84, PG 87,tee made payable to the Davie they believe the challenge to Monday, December 7,2015 at and as modified In DB 131, PG .nnn u nar « ar ane have merit, may request the 6:00pm to hear the following 355, Davle County Registry; , . I, , , ,. _ court to declare the sale to be requests: and any other easements and ; Lbfa d T?es ayI . . vold and return the deposit. Zoninn Man Amnniimanr restrictions of record. fur- Gall Hensley has applied to frOR BACK TITLE, sea DB rezone 2.267 acres from High- 345- PQ s25, DB 177, PG 682; way Business Special Condl- 08 172- PQ 1S3i and 08 " •LLC tions (H-B-S) to Resldentlal-20 pQ 695;'0avie County Regls- . SubstltuteTrustee (R.20). The subject property Is trY- Brock & Scott, PLLC located on the north side of US Trustee ntaY-ln the Trustee'sAttorneys for Trustee Services HWY 64 at 2268 US HWY 64 W soid discretion, delay Lhe saleOfCaroIina1LLC and further described as DavIe tor up to one hour as provided 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 County Tax Map H300000013 in htoDS §45-21.23.Wilmington, NC 28403 Jh b„ , , d w .. . Should the property be pur- PHONE: (910) 392-4968 tonrt .ha h " rtna «( ^,tah »ima chased by a third party, that FAX: (910) 392-B587 ™ « P « “» “ * • FIIbNo.: 15.032fl6-FC01 £'I'" " 1' ™ '° ko ».ll .o »0 court oo.ls oi Publish: NOV.26.DBC.3 " h S h .l ^ A . F°B^ Fto < »'«)(ha nuhlinTfartaa Of10 Hundred DollSfS ($100.00)NORTH CAROLINA a,,^ fflItIflI ihnnn-J m^h» h« retIUlred by NCGS §7A-30B(a)DAVIE COUNTY The property to be offered - Pnrt9Hiff!1, ' Pursuant to this notice of sale A rid lS lnfnrmIllnf is beinS oitered ior 8aie- iranS-AddIllonaI information Is avail- fer and conveyance -AS )St WHERE IS." Neither the Trust- ........- ee nor the holder of the noteTAKE NOTICE that a Public b0tw0Sn 8.30 a m. and S W 80Cured by tha d0ed of |fust/ Hearing will be held before the P-jor by t0i0Phone at (336) S0Curily agreement, or both, !,,,,,U1U i uiiuiihi . Davie County Board of Coun- 763T6059; . ,, being foreclosed, nor the of- Default having been made tY Commissioners (herein the , fleers, directors, attorneys, of the note thereby secured by 8oard") at 6:00 o'clock p.m. canning uepartment employees, agents or autho- the said Deed ofTrust and the on December 7, 2015 In the PUBLISH: NOV. 26, DEC. 3 rlzed representative of either . . . contractual any other'encumbrances or ex- . 0ountY in tax revenue derived 0J * * H S m a d f K ^ i ^ f a l S I S'° L T AttorneysatUw dispute. captions of record. Tothebest ..irorn the projoct In Iessthanflve byfiekW arkind^fao^anlf e S Z on ld ^ sta ta rt tn (h!- - - ...................................... of the knowledge and belief of Y00re- The source of funds for S S 1IOCourtSquare You are required to make de- of the knowledge and belief of Fomei- me source or runosior Wyark /PRpSpNT RFnnnn notice that i« « Mocksville. NC 27026 . tense to such pleading not later the undersigned, the current ttie Incentives will be general owNFnrsi ner J ^ a df ySPublish:Dec.3,io,17,24 than December 29, 2015 and owner(s) of the property Is/are revenU0 tundS and, possibly, 0WNER(S)-0erek John Wark butnotmorethan90days.after upon your failure to do so the . James B. Hall and wife, Han- various grants, party seeking service against nah R. Hall. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE you will apply to the court for 1 An Order for possession of 1,10 benetit8 to the public ex- the relief sought. . the property may be Issued P0Cls to derived from the real- This the 19th day of Novem- pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 In izatIon of the Economic Devel- NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY PERSONALREPRESENTATIVE’S NOTICEHaving qualified as Person­al Representative of the Estate ber- 2015.Of ROBERT CLAUDE Edeceased, late of Davie.County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the . undersignedonorbeforethe26th I day of February, 2016, said dale OWNER(S): Derek John Wark butnotmorethan90days,after and Stephanie C. Wark) to the sale date contained In this Martin, Van Hoy, LLP., Trust- notice of sale, provided that the ee(s), dated the 23rd day of mortgagor has not cured theSeptember. 2010, and record- default at the time the tenant ed In Book 837, Page 838, in provides the notice of terml- Davie County Registry, North nation. Upon termination of a Jonathans. Dills again,, f t. w T p M . * •» bo, ™ « ln' » i T Z t o J J T f t l Th. L.™ 01«», ol In p.,,.=,Ion by f t. ol.tk ol ■"> 0) In- S Z bj ! £Jonathans. Dills, P.A. superior court of the county Cf0ase °f the tax base of the sajd O00d 0j Jfus. and tbe Uia effective data enha (armi 411 North Cherry Street, In which the property Is sold. 0 o u n Jy i,by at least $6.9 mil- undersigned, SubstituteTrust- nation. Insion-SaIem1NC 27101 Any person who occupies the. iion dollars, (8). the creation of ee Services. Inc. having been . SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SER- - " ....................... VICES, INC. SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE Tell us what you think with a letter to the editor Details, Page 2 Winston-Salem. NC 27101 Any person who occupies the. iion dollars, (U). IMU. (336)761-1123 property pursuant to a rental approximately 40 new jobs In substituted as Trustee In saidPublish: Nov. 19.28,Dec.3 agreement entered Into or re- Davle County, and (ill) the at- DeedofTrustby an Instrument • newed on or after October I, traction lotheTownofMocks- duly recorded In the Office of c/o Hutchens LbwRto 2007. may, after receiving the .vtlleVViecountyot^avt8iarid IheReglsterofDeedsofDavIe P-O.Box102B notice of sale, terminate the he 8tate ot North Carolina of County, NorthCaroIInaand the 4317 Ramsey Street rental agreement by providing Jne company which might have holder of the note evidencing Fayetteville, North Carolinawritten notice of termination i0°ated In another state but for said Indebtedness having dl- 28311 to the landlord, to be effective .,he assistance to the Company reeled that the Deed of Trust Phone No: (910)864-3068 on a date stated In the.notlce PwMed by the Incentives. be foreclosed, the undersigned Mps^ales.hutci)erelawfm.com that is at IeasMO days, but no ^iacyAMoyer Substitute Trustee will offer for Case No: 1167128 (FC FAYimore than 90 days, after the m/er/m Clerk to Ihe Board sale at the courthouse door in . Publish: Dec 3 10 DAVIE CO. ENTERPRISE-RECORn THURSDAY. DECEMBER 3, 2015 - D7 DAVIE-CLEMMONS t o l l f r e e 1-877-751-2120 o r 704-7974220 IEmployment Call us Monday-Friday 8-5 D e a d lih e jo h a v e y o tlr cla ssifie d ' ad in th e n e x t issu e : Tuesday 2:30 P.M.1 Email: classads@ salisburypost.com OR place your ad orYino at: S allsburypost.com and click. !Place C lassified Ad' Didn’t get a paper? Call 704-797-4213 ."Jblfpplrtunitles Eiperienced PaintersCall 704-637-6817 Jleals & Bargains Deals & Bargains Antique white table & 4 chairs ASAP. 704-310-6688 CHnstmas “Treasures Clemmons Indoor Holiday Ga­rage Sale. Clemmons Moravian Church. 3535 Spangenburg Ave., Saturday, Dec. 5, 6am-noon. AU holiday Items, Including orna­ments, Ilghtsend decorations. . MDCknIIlB. 1804 Farmington Rd. MOVING SALE. Sat. 12/5, 7am- . Ipm.Everythlngmustgol House: hold Hems, Christmas decora­tions, toys, games, dolls, books . & cookbooks, woman’s & men's clothes, keyboard, Ice cream mak­er, bedding, sheets, quilts, bed­spreads, alghans. spoiling goods Merchandise Babybstf.wooilen.Nice. Hard^ used. From Bables- R-Us. No mattress. $150. Call 704- ,£/9-3709 after 4pm. Bagful of Christmas bows,ribbons, small decorated wreaths, small tree skirt. AU used. $7. Call 704-267-1415 before 5pm. CocaCoIalIghtHard plastic. Nice over pool table. Chain and hardware In tact. Multl color. $30. 704-276-3747 Countertop Dishwasher SPT countertop dishwasher. Per­fect for apartment or small home. Practically brand new. $100. 704-433-5772 . CurIoCabInatwith light. Great condition. $300. 704-920-0689 China Grove fed Blory pink girls' coats.100% Polyester. Animal print. Si— Med. 7/8. $15. Call before 5pm 704-267-1415 Reels.Bag of 10 reels: $35. Please c 704-279-9527 PetsKLivest Dogs SmaIIWaotf Stove.Perfect for outside cooking. 14"x20" by 25" high. $125. Call 704-305-0714 . Vent-Free Bas Fireplace InsertZF200C Martin. Height 271 depth .17? width 321/2? LP gas only 704- 213:4614 $275 Wood.working Equipment Craftsman Deluxe Dovetail fixture. Like new. Call 607-657-6136. Lo­cated In Woodleaf. $25 Wood Woiklng Equipment Delta Shopmaster Edger. Vbry good condition. Call 607-857-6136 Located In Woodleaf. $75 Fuel and Wood Fishing rods.Bundle of 10 fishing rods. $40. CaI 704-278-9527 Deals & Dargains Ie Si choose fom a. $10. Call m 704-267-1415 How To Place A Free Ad •At the top of the page, click Place Enterprise idllne, description ena cost, and click Next You get 4 Iinee Iree for 7 days; additional lines are S1.50 per line. A puppy In time for ChrIstmasI Free to good home, two female brlndle boxer & lab mix puppies. . Please call 336-250-7749. ForSaIoArtificial Christmas tree 7 ft. pro­fit with multi colored lights. Used 2 years great condition. Includes bag for tree. $70.704-633-6667 Furniture and Appliances Table and 4 chairs with matching hutch. Beautllul condition. Call 704-633-8485, Don't mlss: this one. $300. Home Entertainment System Sony receiver,.3 speakers, Si woofer like new $200 336-766-. 6566 Hunting trophies Moose head. Large NW territo­ries, Canada. Call 607-657-6007. Located In Woodleaf $400 Kohler 8 Cainpbell PlanoUpright, baautHui condition w matching bench. Asking $400. Call 704-640-6844 before 9PM. Urge Wood StoveGood condition, needs seal for door. $250 Call 336-492-3020. Uvlng room set, beige & red. $300. Moving, neac gone ASAP. S300.704-310-6866 Hs Claiborne, Hlne West & GucclLealher hobo handbags, two tan and one brown/black. $35. Call be­lore 5pm 704-267-1415 . NeededI’ Storm door wHh glass and screens. Used ok. Call 336-492- Furniture t Appliances Brand HewGlass door, free-standing, . top of Ihe line Model 21 Buck Stove. Heating capacity 12-1400 sq. ft. Paid $1,200 asking $950. Call 336-753-5144. Oaksewlng with quilt extension. Never____$350. Please call 704-279-3709 after 4pm. Lost S Found | H ousesFor Bent Found: Small brown dog. Hear CranB Creek & Wesley Road In Salisbury. Call to Identify. 704-603-8468 nr 704-431 -3263 Hava you seen me? Lost, one year old. tan & wh mixed breed dog, answers to Ba dll. Please call..704-938-4948. T-cup Yorfcfes ready! Gorgeous male & female. I3wks old, AKC rag., potty trained, shots and rag. papers. rgyorkleOyahoo. corn. Call 628-225-4545. $550 Notices , General Notices ' Didn’t Get A Paper?Call Circulation at 704-797-4213 Monday-Frlday 8 AM to S PM i, Lost & Found M iscellanenus For Sale 1 Didn’t Get A Paper?CallCirculatlonat 704-797-4213 Monday-Friday 8 AM to 5 PM To Place A Classified AdCallToilFree 1-877-751-2120Monday-Frlday 8 AM to 5 PM WanttOBuy (M erchandise 0U> CARS 6 PARTS WANTED Collector buying American CARS 1955 thru 1974 looking for project cars needing restoration, cars In bams garages end back ysrds. HOT looking for show cars. Also .• J OLD CAR PARTS & parts collections especially NOS parts, metal hubcaps S Vintage SPEED PAHTS 704-929-1572___________ Found Ben|l-type dog In Gold Hill,adult med male. - No clalmers around us. Needs new home. 704-279*«» *-•* •» • - FOUND KITTEN, approx. 6 mo. Parking lot of McDonald’s of Rock­well. Female. Iigerslripe mix w/ealico. Proof q! ownership req. 704-792-7453 Found Rottweiler puppy.Qrlngte Ferry Rd. area on Sun. 11/8. Tall docker. Not chipped. Ex-. celient health. 704-431-4171 to ID. Foundtwo large cocker spaniel mix dogs In Rockwall, NC around Palmer Road. One fs whfte/llght brawn (red collar) and the other . white/dark brown. Earlier fa the day an older man In a while truck stopped me to keep a lockout for these dogs. Please contaet me 9 704-279-3496. MlsslngmyfamllyFound male, white dog wilh black spots, has not been neutered. Please call 704-245-4205. Real Estate H dm esFbrSale . GREAT. DEAL - MUST SEllI 3BR, 2BA brick ranch. COUNTRY, BASEMENT, GARAGE, NICE. 38R, 2BA nice slnglewidg on sep­arate lot Included. SW can make most ol payment for house OR us as in-law quartern. 704-630-0695 H B i Apartments ClammDns1161 Dennis Ct. iT 2SL hifsrfiSking, no pets, $700/mo. plus deposit 336-575- 5644 Mocksville • SunsetTerTace Apts., 1 & 2 BR, all appl. Centra) HIA. Starling at $450. Call 336-751-0166 NearMoeksvIIIe. 1BR, kitchen, private entrance. Utilities furnished, SSOO/mo. for 1 person. S600/mo for 2 people. 336-998-8665 . H ouses For Rent Yadkin Valley Economic Oavelopment District, Inc. gives the fol­lowing Notice of Intent to File.The meeting will be held at the YVEDDI District Office located at 533 N. Carolina Ave. Hwy. 601 N. Boonvllle, NC 27011 on Thursday December 17 2015. at 6:00 pm. to consider the adoption of an Application for Community Services Block Grant Program Funds to be submitted to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Economic Opportunity In the amount of $433,948.. YVEDOI operates a Self-Sufficiency Program designed to .as- . slst low income families rise abovethe HHS Poverty Guidelines. Copies of the draft and final proposal may be reviewed at.the District Office or Local County Service Centers.- Oral or written comments, may be submitted to YVEODI by December 16, 2015 at the following address: Yadkin Valley Economic Development District,. Inc. , P.O.Box 309. ' ■ . 533 N. Carolina Ave., Hwy 601 N. Boonvllle, NC 27011 . . . (336)367-7251 YVEDDl is an Equal Opportunity Employer & Service Provider. FOUHDI Female chihuahua mix approximately 2 yean old. Found at Salisbury Lowes and Verizon. Call to Idantlfv 664-423-1044 Advance. 125 Lrttlejohn Dr. 2 large BR, 1.5BA. Master suite has 1/2 bath, walk-in closet & laundry area. Newly remod­ eled bathrooms, open floor plan. 2 car garage w/automat- ic openers. New tile floors In kitchen, dining room & living room. New efficient applianc­ es. 95% efficient water heater & cent. AC. Very cleanl High efficiency oil heat. No pets, no smoking. 5850/mo. Call 391-7421 with owner financing available.. $450/ month. Please call 704- 798-7417 Mocksville, 125 Bingham St.2BR, 28A Stove, refrigerator, dish washer Included. Fenced back . yard.. $6S0/mo. Call 704-276- 1717 MocksvlIlB, 268 Dance Hail ISBR, 2BA. no pets, $B00/mo. Iplus deposit 336-575-5644 : Manufactured Humbs For Rent . Farmington3BR, 2BA Remodeled. Dou­ble-wide. Private lot with barn. Section 8 okay. No pets. 336- 575-2101 Moblla homes for rent. 1 8 3 BR ShadyAeres MHP, John Crotts Rd., Mocksville. HUDaccepted. No pets. 336-909-2092 or 336-998-6222 ANOTHER DRIVER in your household now? YoumightJustneedarother vehicle to keep everyone. . moving on schedulel Find that economical necessity' ' in your Salisbury Post Classlfiedsl Mocksville 3BR.1.58A Section 6 Okay. $550/ mo.. Call 336-406-1961 tor more lntormatlon. Transportation Automobiles To Plaoe A Classified ASCallTollFree 1-877-751-2120Monday-Frlday B AM to S PM . i/u ck s, su v s & Vans Didn’t Get A Paper?Call Circulation at 704-797-4213 Mohday-Friday 6 AM to 5 PM || Ct-Aesirieoa • •IMMEDIATE.. , OPENINQS A N eed to p o st f your ad on a dlversitY or specialty website? Wecan do than CiLsaIisbury p°»ci0Ssified Dent at 7 0 4 -7 9 7 -4 2 P o andaskab out 7btalTnIent Reach. What makes a curious reader? You do. Read to your child today arid inspire a lifelong love of reading. I ■C o u k il www.read.gov "tsw. * D8 ■ DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 3,2015 £ 1 1 0 These Davie High students were inducted into the local chapter of the National Technical Honor Society on Nov. 17. DCHS Technical Education Students Recognized The Dayie High School chapter of National Techni­ cal Honor Society held its fall induction on Nov. 17. NTHS is an honor soci­ ety that recognizes students for their accomplishments within career and technical education courses of study. Abel Martinez, DHS graduate class of 2013, was the guest speaker. He en­ couraged inductees to pur­ sue their passion and work hard towards their careers. Students inducted: Juan Acosta Perez, Shannon Carter, Emily Muchukot, Martinez, ■ Melani Ander- Mackenzie Clubb, Madison son, Kayla Moore, Kendra Riddle, Sara Duncan, Ad- die Rodriguez, Hunter Hen- son Hooker, Jesse Tkach, Abby Vogier, Casey Larsen, drix, Rebekah Santis, Abby Chandler Jones, Deanna AveryWillifordandRacheI Hines, Katie Shoaf, Madi- Torres, Patterson Jones, Larsen. Continued From Page BI Angelina Ener and Mia White’s first grade class has been learning about the place value in math. Stu­ dents practiced counting tens and ones to figure out two-digit; numbers, build­ ing numbers using tens and ones manipulatives. They learned to compare num­ bers using the greater than, less than, and equal to signs. Students enjoyed reading Thanksgiving stories. The class read fiction and non­ fiction stories. They have A TWODAY Christmas Celebration at the Brock! Friday, December 4"' at 7:30 PM A FREE CONCERT PRESENTED BY THE DAVIE COUNTY ARTS COUNCILfor the community by these talented artists; harpist , FRANK VOLTZ INTERNATIONAL OPERA SINGER, ,LEONARD ROE VOCALIST ERIC POWELL CLASSICAL GUITARIST AARON PRELLAMAN FIRST UNITED METHODIST’S HANDBELL CHOIR > * * * * * Saturday, December 5,b fun starts at 10:00 AM and ends at 3:00 PM VISIT SANTA CLAUS & MRS. CLAUS- from 10 until 12 Photograph pftckagts available from ONE SHOT PHOTOGRAPHY (no cell or camera during session with Santa) A FREE EVENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Storytellingby thefollowing: 10:30 AM Santa’s Elf 11:15 AM Amelia Bedeila NOON- 1:00 PM Conductor of Polar Express A SPECIAL appearance by MARK DANIEL at 1:00 PM 2:00 PM DAVIE COMMUNITY BAND Area Artists with their Christmas Art Pam and Susan Bostian LindaFowler DeniseHutchins I Clint Miller JudithRush BruceWhite These Authors will have their books on display and will be available to discuss their work: Charles Crenshaw LindaDean TiffanyEhnes MarieRoth Children of ail ages will want to meet these visitors at the Brock: .N i, Frosty the Snowman, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, The Grinch and two of Santa’s Elves FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT THE BOX OFFICE MON.-FRI. 12-5 336.751.3000 been practicing writing about problems and solu­ tions in the stories. First grade classes en­ joyed a Daily 5 and Let- terland night. The students showed parents what they do during Daily 5 in the classroom. They classes participated in career day where they learned about many occu­ pations. The kids dressed up like what the wanted to be when they grow-up. The class welcomed a new stu­ dent to school. Candace Easter's sec­ ond grade class created a text features poster using things found in magazines and texts. The students cut out and pasted all of the text features they were able to find such as titles, bold print, maps, diagrams, pho­ tographs with captions, etc. The students learned a text features rap (Whip Nae Nae rewritten) to help remember all of the different ones. Third grade traveled to Bethabara to Ieam about the Moravian settlement. Stu­ dents have been studying Colonial Times and about the lives of Pilgrim boys and girls. They visited the Cemeinhaus and teamed about the church. They toured the house learning about the sleeping quar­ ters, the kitchen, and the school. Students enjoyed a video about the history of Bethabara and learned two dances from that time period. They played tradi­ tional Colonial Games out­ side. Finally, they toured the remains of the village and the foundations of the origi­ nal homes. They enjoyed a walk through the gardens and went in replicas of old log buildings. Fourth graders have been reading Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing and review­ ing story elements. They enjoyed reading about Fudge and all of his ad­ ventures. Students worked in groups to discuss the book and created a park de­ sign. In social studies, they have been learning about the early settlements and colonies of North Carolina. They researched The Lost Colony in the computer lab and used the information to create a PowerPoint presen­ tation, Students were inter­ ested in what happened to the colony. Students in fifth grade in­ vited veterans to a Veterans Day program. They enjoyed a treat and were able to hear the veterans give their expe­ riences in the military. The students loved hearing from them and had many, ques­ tions. Veterans Day was topped off with an assembly in which the fifth graders performed songs from each military branch. They made a video thanking the veter­ ans and displayed it. At the end of the week, fifth grade took a trip to the N.C. Zoo in Asheboro. Students loved viewing arid learning about all their favorite animals. Careers And Thanksgiving Janell Yount's and Susan Miller's students at Mocksville Elemen- tary School learn about careers from visitors at the school's C areer Fair (above). They also learned about the history of the first Thanks­ giving Mrs W eaver (below) shared many NativeAmerican artifacts with all of the kindergarten classes. I I Listen To Movement J j DavieHighDance s Classes Concert Dec. 10-11 I Page Cl Win Cash Pick The Football Contest Winners Page B3 DAVIE C O U N TYj_ ENTERPRI/ERECORD USPSvl49>16QjjMNeimbl r 50 Tl II I m Mayor Steps Down After 18 Years On Job By Beth Cassidy Enterprise Record His presence will be missed, but former mayor Dr. Fran­ cis Slate has already been informed by Town Manager Christine Bralley to stay close, as he is expected to remain as a consultant on matters of the town arid on life. Slate was mayor for 18 years before passing the gavel to new mayor Will Marklin last week. Bralley said he has been such a fixture in her life that she can­ not imagine him not having a presence in town hall. “He has been involved al­ most my . entire career. His knowledge has . influenced many changes and decisions within the town. He has been a wonderful teacher and ex­ ample, and his friendship will remain, as will my respect for him,” she said. Slate has no plans to go far. He said he plans to read, stay busy and keep up his daily practices of reading the news­ paper in the morning, doing the Sudoku from the newspaper every evening, and spending time with his wife Daphne, and pets, all rescues. One of those is Zocor, named after the cho­ lesterol-reducing drug. Slate shared how Zocor came to be in his life. “About eight years ago,” he said, in his captivating South African accent, “I wanted a dog, and I called the pound, and the girl said we have just gotten in a dog that would suit you fine. So I drove down there and the dog was a Pit Bull. I said, I don’t think I want a Pit Bull, and she told me it was the most gentle dog I would ever 'see. “It was owned by a lady in Bermuda Run who passed away, and she had tried to give it away before she died but no one wanted it. So I told the girl I would give it a week, and I drove home, with the dog sit­ ting in the passenger seat just like a human passenger. And he’s been with me ever since. He’s 13 now, and I renamed him Zocor because I figured every, time. I took him for a walk, my cholesterol would go down." Slate came here pn a bitterly: cold, snowy day, Dec. I , 1958. In Mocksville, he.was a phy­ sician to many, people, and he and Daphne raised their family of two daughters and a son. His daughters still live in Mocks­ ville and he sees, them almost daily, he said. His son lives in Atlanta! Before becoming mayor, he was on the town council for IO years. '' He said Mocksville. may be the only town in the US to have Please See Slate- Page 4 Dr. Francis W. Slate Incumbents FirsfTo File For Local Offices Local incumbents were the first to file for elected office. Republican County Com­ missioners Terry Renegar, Richard Poindexter and Mark Jones all filed for re-election, as did N.C. Sen. Andrew Brock, N.C. House member, Julia Howard and the Davie Register of Deeds, Brent Shoaf. As of Friday, no candidate had filed for the Davie Coun­ ty Board of Education seats held by Carol Livengood, Paul Drechsler, Wendy Home and SteveRidenhour. . The candidate filing period continues until noon Dec. 21. Offices that may be filed ^ — for and fees paid in the Davie Davie Medical Center Board Chair Steve Robertson speaks at a groundbreaking ceremony last week for a hospital bed Board of Elections Office: 34th addition- -P hotoby RobInSnow Senate District ($207), 79th State House District ($207),. Register of Deeds ($536), county .commission ($66), and of60is271% .). Steve Robertson, former close when this hospital opens board of education ($36). ChadBrownt Davie MedicaI chair of the Baptist board and in 2017. F ilingfeesm aybe paidby Center president, said the hos- a member of the Davie hospital The first phase, which check to the Davie Board of Hospital To Focus On Aging Population By M ike B arn h ard t, Enterprise Record BERMUDA RUN - With a pital will include an ACE unit board, has been instrumental in nod to the past, Wake Forest designed for the acute-care keeping healthcare services in Baptist Medical Center offi- needs of those over age 60, as Davie County, cials last week took a big step well as expanded orthopaedic “We want healthcare to re- toward the future of healthcare and knee and hip replacement main in Davie County . a for Davie residents. services. hospital that can. serve our Agroundbreakingceremony The Wake Forest Baptist community with excellence,” was held at the Davie Medical main campus in Winston-Sa- Robertson said. “This is a great Center - Bermuda Run Cam- Iem includes the J. Paul Sticht day in Davie County ... and to pus, for a three-story, 78,220 Center aging center. The Davie have a nationally-recognized square foot $47 million build- unit will alleviate overcrowd- academic medical center... is a ing that will house 50 in-pa- ing there, as well as provide di- major accomplishment for the tientbeds. : rect links to leading-edge geri- people of Davie County.” Dr. John D. McConnell, atric care and research, he said. ! Dr. Kevin High, chair of the chief executive officer ofW ake “According to a study con- Davie board, said the new hos- Forest BaptistM edicalCenter, ducted by the Piedmont Tri- pital will include an interactive said when the idea was first ad Regional Council’s Area history wall telling the story of presented for the hospital, there Agency on Aging, the 60 year healthcare in Davie County, were many skeptics. old and older demographic will In additional to the 50 gen- “It helps to have a dang make up the fastest growing eral medical-surgical beds, the good idea,” he said, “to meet segment of the county’s pro- addition will also have a caf- the healthcare needs of Davie jected population of 43,400 by eteria, an inpatient pharmacy County with a nationally-rec- 2030,” Brown said. “This in- and a chapel, as well as offices ognized academic medical patient facility with programs for physicians, center.” like the ACE unit will provide TTiis is the second of three Although a full-service Jips-- • patient and family centered phases on the Bermuda Run : pital, he said it will cater to the care and treatment to serve all campus. The third is develop- aging population (From 1990 ages - but especially the care inent of outparcels at the site' to 2030, the anticipated in- needs of this growing popula- off NC 801 atT-40. crease in residents over the age tion.” The Mocksville campus will Please See Hospital - Page IO Elections, 161 Poplar St., Suite 102. Direct questions to 753- 6072. Advance Parade, Winterfest Saturday Free family-oriented holiday events are planned for Satur­ day, starting with the Advance Christmas Parade at 10 a.m. and ending with W nterFest in Downtown Mocksville that afternoon. The Advance parade, sponsored by .the Advance Fire De­ partment, begins at Shady Grove Elementary School. Parade entrants should be there by 9 a m. It travels on Coraatzer Road, turning right onto NC 801, then left onto Peoples CreekRoadbeforedisbanding.;: WinterFest is from noon-6 pan. at Junker’s Mill, at the end of Depot Street in Downto wn Mocks ville. Sponsored by the Mocksville Tourism Development Au­ thority, it will include the 31-foot tall* 90-foot long inflat­ able “Snowzilla Jr.," designed to simulate a ride down a snow-covered hill. It will also include a 40t by 50-foot maze featuring vibrant colored snowmen, twists, turns and road­ blocks. There will be a bounce house, hay rides and balloon crafts. Food and drink will be available for purchase. ■ 689076382120 2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 Editorial Pase Medals Remember Fallen Sailor While many of us were shopping for Christ­ mas bargains on the weekend after Thanksgiving or feasting on turkey sandwiches at home, U.S. Rep. Virginia Foxx spent that Saturday afternoon presenting medals to a Navy sailor’s family. Wil­ lis Tom Bradshaw, who grew up in Gastonia, was killed in action Nov; 13,1942 while aboard the light cruiser USS Juneau that was sunk during the Battle of Guadalcanal. Bradshaw’s family now lives in Clemmons and had asked for Foxx’s help in getting his medals. Foxx does a lot of things, but she pays great atten­ tion to the presentation of service medals to veter­ ans and their families. Bradshaw’s daughter, Bonnie Ford, who was 7 when her father left for World W ar'll, was present­ ed with his World War II Victory Medal, Honorable ServiceLapelPinandaPurpleH eart. The Juneau had a short and very eventful life. It sank with four battle stars to its credit; The ship was part o f a massive building effort after Pearl Harbor. It was quickly thrown into battle hgainst the Japa­ nese navy. The ship repeatedly shot down Japanese bombers as it sailed in defense of the vital American carriers. During pitch black conditions at Guadalcanal, the American and Japanese ships found themselves in­ termingled. Juneau was seriously damaged and had to withdraw. Limping away, it was later hit by an­ other torpedo and exploded, breaking in two. The ship sank in 20 seconds. Two nearby ships assumed all were lost and aban­ doned the site. In fact, 100 sailors had survived and were left in the water. Eight days later when a they were spotted by a rescue aircraft, only 10 had sur­ vived the elements ... and the feasting sharks; One of the most noted stories of the Juneau’s sinking was the deaths of the five Sullivan brothers, all serving on the same ship. They had enlisted with the stipulation that they all serve together. From a W ikipedia story about the brothers: “The brothers’ parents learned of their deaths on January 12, 1943. That morning, the boys’ father, Thomas, was preparing for work when three men in uniform - a lieutenant commander, a doctor and a chief petty officer - approached his door. “ I have some news for you about your boys," the naval officer said. “W hich one?” asked Thomas. “I’m sorry,” the of­ ficer replied. “AU five.” . Three of the Sullivans died in the explosion. Two others died of exposure. Willis Tom Bradshaw was among those 687 fa­ talities. The stories of heroism and hardship from World War II are countless. That Greatest Generation faced wars on. both oceans and in Europe, Africa and Asia. Unlike today when the Navy is consid­ ered a safer assignment than the Army, ships were sunk with great regularity in World War II. The Jap­ anese with kamikaze pilots and the Germans with U-boats were treacherous menaces at sea. Technology has changed the way we fight wars. The Sullivan parents didn’t learn of their sons' deaths for more than a month. Today, the news trav- els much faster.. What hasn’t changed is the blood and tears shed by soldiers and their families. Rep. Foxx’s attention to old soldiers and their families is a fitting tribute to their sacrifice. — DwightSparks W W T lM G IA A R K Z U C K E i^ E F G S p H llA N T U R O P Y TO TRICKLE DOW M F P lE M P T A E 1 In The M ail... Arts Council Events Great To the editor: I want to say a huge thank you to the Davie County Arts Council for the Chirstmas Celebration at the Brock on Dec. 4 and 5-and it was all free. The concert on Friday night was better than any con­ cert you will attend this holiday season. So many of those participating in the concert had local roots in Davie County and have gone on to perform nationally and worldwide. Saturday was a wonderful day for children and for some of oufTdcai artists and authors to display their works. Thanks also to the Davie Community. Band for their per- formance.. . I encourage all of the residents of Davie County to sup­ port the arts council. There are four performance left in this season with tickets remaining. The arts council is also sell­ ing “The Art of Cooking".cookbook featuring great reci­ pes .tjs well as some great art work by contributing artists. These will make great Christmas gifts. Thank you again.Davie County Arts Council. Merry Christmas and God bless you all. Judy Swicegood Mocksville Just Hope Opens Thrift Store In Mocksville To the editor: AU of us at Just Hope, Inc., Davie County's only organi­ zation that delivers food and other necessities to the home­ less, are excited about the opening of our new Mocksville Thrift Store-this month, located below the NAPA Auto Partsstore. Our CEO and founder, Krystal Dumas, began Just Hope - three years ago out of her home,.when she had.extra food as a-result of her obsession using coupons to lower her family's grocery bill. All her awesome efforts to feed the homeless are supported by both the United Way of Davie County and the Davie Community Foundation's Pearjs of Empowerment, a women's group. Both charities provided grants this year, to Just Hope for the first time. Unlike other organizations that collect donated clothes and other items in Davie County, all the money realized by sales at the new Just Hope Thrift Store will stay .in Davie County and some of its inventory will be provided without cost to our poorest residents.We hope thai Davie County, residents will both donate to and shop at our new non-profit Just Hope Thrift Store, conveniently located in downtown Mocksville. For more information about the new store or donating to Just Hope call Krsytal Dumas at 909-4241 or e-mail her at just_hope_inc@yahoo.com. Dr. Larry Hungerford, Bermuda Village JustHopeBoardChair Letters Welcome The Enterprise Record welcomes.Ietters froth its readers on topics of local,state, national or international issues. An effort will be made to print all letters, provided they are not libelous, vulgar or in poor taste: The editor reserves the right to edit letters for grammar aridfof space. 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ST EV E RIDtNl IOUR DAVIE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Paid for by Steve Ridenhour Julia Howard B rent Shoaf Davie County Register o f D eeds Paidfor by Brent Shoaf N.C. House of Representatives Meriy Christmas & HappylVeiv Year to the people of Advance & Davle Countv. Wishing you and yours a safe and Happy Holiday during this time ofJoyt Peacet and Goodwill. S heriff A n d y Stokes a n d T he E n p re S ta ff o f D avie Co u n ty Sh eriff's O ffice TRera Is a road detour around Advanre from Hwy. 801 heading South to Mooks Churoh Rd Turn RIoI TumRlght1IoForkBlxbyRd-TljmLeft1IoMarkJandRd--RjmLeft1IoHwy-SOI JudgeJim m y M yers U o Beauchamp Rd. Turn Left, to Comatzer RdSouth again Right Only. 4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 Dr. Francis W. Slate is retiring as Mocksville’s mayor after 18 years on the job. He Slate... Continued From Page I had only two mayors in the past 30 years and to have had only two town managers, who just hap­ pen to be husband and wife. He said they have both been effective man­ agers and says Christine is “amazing in the work she’s done,” especially in the areas of finance and handling problems. “The auditor who per­ forms the annual audit of the town audits a num­ ber of towns, and he said Mocksville is in the best financial shape of any town he audits. That’s partly because of the board but mostly because the gavel to new mayor, Will Marklin, last week. - Photos by Robin Snow of Christine,” Slate said. Hesaidhehasenjoyed his time as mayor, feels privileged to have served, and is grateful for having been elected. “I ran a total of 13 times and never got beat, so I decided I better stop while I was ahead,” he said with a smile. And with no reserva­ tions, he leaves the town in good hands with new mayor Marklin, who, he said, “has been active in his thinking about what’s good for the town, partic­ ularly in recreation. He’s young and involved with the Scouts so recreation is a natural for him. He has done well and will do well, and I think he will be a very good mayor.” Marklin knows he has big shoes to fill but his eight years as a board member and time as may­ or pro-tem have helped prepare him. He plans to continue working with the board on town assets and improvements, including Rich Park and the down­ town area. Marklin said Slate’s even-keeled demeanor made him effective, espe­ cially in dealing in situa­ tions with opposing ideas. Slate has been a mentor, he said, and has helped create a “good working environment with a board who gets along well." Marklin said he will miss hearing Slate’s proc­ lamations, given in his South African accent. Slate sits next to new mayor Will Marklin at his last meeting as mayor last week WAS »250 KOW *125! Am azonite Ring in Sterling Silver sale Blue Topaz Necklace in Sterling Silver with 18KT gold bezel. Only one! WAS *995 NOW sSM Men’s 10KT M asonic Ring * p £ ; i S M M s1 S 9 5 ■ 0 '§ 1 IgjM 11/2 Carat total weight ** Diamond inside/out hoop earrings set in 14KT gold \ J - Single Diamond * Princess _***— Ring Diamond Earrings WAS *39** DIAMON GOLD GALLERY CLEMMONS 766-1800Allan's Cove near Hlp Chlca MOCKSVILLE 7 5 1 - 3 7 4 7Bealde Peebles Trusted Jewelers Since 1960 Judge Carlton Terry issues the oath of office to Mocksville Mayor Will Marklin, whose wife Julie holds the Bible. Terry congratulates Rob Taylor on his re-election to the Mocksville To^n Board. Terry issues the oath of office to new board member, Brent Ward (right), with his father Jack, and friend, Barbara Wilson, holding the Bible. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 - 5 Salvation Army Sponsoring Fill The Truck Toy Drive Through Dec. 13, The Salvation Army is partner­ ing with the Walmart store at 261 Cooper Creek Drive in Mocksville to host a “Fill the Truck” toy drive that will help provide new toys and coats to local children in need this Christmas. Renegar Again Board Chair Teny Renegar was unani­ mously re-elected chair of the Davie County Board of Commissioners on Monday evening by fellow board members. Richard Poindexter was voted as vice chair on a 4-1 vote, with Commissioner Mark Jones voting against that nomination. Schools Approve Personnel Decisions The following person-: nel changes were approved by the Davie County Board of Education at the Dec. I meeting. Employment: Heather . Byers, six-hour chfid J tu ff j-: tion assistant, Mocksville; . . Terrie Birk, part-time bus driver. North Davie; Jessica House, EC teacher, North Davie; and Theresa Smith, EC teacher. Shady Grove. Substitutes: Douglas Tucker, Spencer Runge, and Mark Eaton. For. information only - (not voted on): Reassignment: Jenni­ fer Hogue, from six-hour to four-hour child nutrition . assistant; Brandie Rakes, from teacher assistant at Mocksville to data manager, Cooleemee; Donald Sain, . from part-time custodian to head custodian, Comatzer; and Lydia McCabe, from part-time to full-time com­ pliance specialist, Central Davie. Resignation: Mary Bo- ger, preschool teacher assis­ tant, Central Davie; Brooke Ward, first grade teacher, Cooleemee; Amanda Sugg, English teacher, Davie; Stephanie Davis, teacher assistant, Mocksville; and Jennifer Blandin, EC teach­ er assistant, South Davie. Retirement: John BuJl- ins, math teacher, Davie. Revised retirement: San­ dra Dyson, data manager, William R. Davie, effective date Jan. 31,2016. The event is open to any­ one who would like to do­ nate new toys and coats to children who take part in Salvation; Army programs year-round. As they enter the store, shoppers will receive a list of suggested gifts to help fill the truck. Once full, The Salva­ tion Army will , distribute the gifts to local children, in need. The collection is expected to provide gifts to more than 7,000 children in the Greater Winston-Salem Area. SchoolBoardBriefs Davie Schools Join Lawsuit On a recommendation by their attorney, Davie County Board of. Education members voted unani­ mously (Carol Livengood was absent) to join other school districts in a lawsuit filed recently in Wake County seeking the disbursement of fees from drivers convicted of the vehicle violation improper equipment. Attorney Jill Wilson said it could mean about $300,000 could come to the school district, She. said she could not imagine any district in the state not join­ ing the lawsuit, unless the district was so remote they had no knowledge of the lawsuit. RoadAgreementAdopted Board members voted unanimously to adopt an in­ terlocal agreement with the county that involves a sec­ tion of the youth park road behind. North Davic Middle School. . . Superintendent Dr. Darrin Hartness said the Natioh- al Park Service recommended an interlocal agreement be adopted by the school system and county because a section of the existing, road crosses onto property owned by the school system. The agreement has noth- ing to do with removal of the existing road and replace- ment.with a new road that is part of the new Davie High project. Hartness said the National Park Scrvice made the recommendation to ensure continued access to the park. “Wjth the interlocal agreement, you would be ap­ proving something that has been going on for over 30 years,” he told the. board. ............ Health Educator of the Year •. Leah Reynolds was recognized for being chosen Middle School Health Educator of the Year at the re­ cent annual N.C. Alliance for Athletics, Health, Physi­ cal Education, Recreation, Dance and Sports Manage­ ment (NCAAHPERD-SM) Convention. : ■. Assistant Superintendent. Jeff Wallace said Reyn­ olds, a 2008 UNCG graduate.and master’s degree stu­ dent at Appalachian State University, coaches boys and girls soccer at William Ellis and assumes leadership roles. Her peers, he said, say “she is a shining example as a teacher,” “is a leader,” arid “is always willing to step up” Davie High School Student-Athlete of the Month November 2015 & I^iura Becker, Edward Jones Student-Athletc of the Month at Davie High School, is shown being presented their award by Steve Thlton (left), Financial Advisor at Edward Jones. At right • are her parents Beverly and Reynolds Becker- | 13&7SI-C066 j. 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PremierMedicalPlaza 4515 Premier Dr., Suite 308 High Point, NC 27265 Total Family Care 1665 Westbrook Plaza Dr. Winston-Salem, NC 27103: Appointments: 336-802-2030 wwtv.cprnerstonehealthcare.com 6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 Public Records Marriages The following were is­ sued marriage licenses by the Davie Register of Deeds. - Christopher Glynn Den­ nis, 32, and Jillian Kather­ ine Long, 27, of Advance.. -Paul Michael Welch, 24, and Brandi Marie Jennett, 20, of Cooleemee. - Travis Demond Woods, 26, and Kimberly Lavonne Johnson Hayes, 39, of Mocksville. - Willie Clarence Elmore, 40, and Teira Dayneil Wig­ gins, 30, of Mocksville. Brittany Elizabeth Marshbum, 26, of Mocks­ ville, and George Jacob Kues III, 26, of Maryland. Civil Lawsuits The following civil law­ suits were filed with the Da­ vie Clerk of Court. - Gary Hatley vs. Amy Hatley, divorce. - Daniel L. Hilton vs: ua- vic Social Services on be­ half of Jamie M. Rodgers, formerly known as Jamie M. Hilton, child support, custody, equitable distribu­ tion, divorce from bed and board. - Davie Social Services vs.: Danny Osborne, child support; Donnie R. James Jr., child support, Brittany A. Allen, child support; Mi­ chael C. Jacobs, child sup­ port; Darren E. Parker, child support; Edward T. Gentry, child support; Meade R. At­ kinson, child support. - Joy Denise Duncan Conrad vs. Bradley Hoke Conrad, divorce. - Bank of America vs. Mikel S. Edson, collection on account, $18,502.98. - Maureen Homme vs. George Homme, breach of separation and property set­ tlement agreement. - State of NC ex rel., Donald R. van der Vaart1 Secretary, NC Dept, of En­ vironmental Quality, Divi­ sion of Air Quality vs; Mat­ thew Stanley, money owed, $1260.98. ■ ’ - Cheryl Scott Dob­ bins vs. Phillip Bryan Dob­ bins, divorce. - Midland Funding vs. Amanda Lee, collection on account, $2,193.83. - Barclays Bank Dela­ ware vs. Yvette M. Reyn­ olds, collection on account, $3,045.14. - Sharonview Federal Credit Union, vs. Robin Jackson, action on judg­ ment.' - Turnip Investments vs. Gerald R. Thome, collec­ tion on account, $4,935,31. - Americredit Financial Services doing business as 'GM Financial, vs. Billy R. Myers and Nancy My­ ers, collection on account, $6,152.43. - Richard Lee Price vs. Keiinita Lynn Price; abso­ lute divorce, custody, child support, equitable distribu­ tion. Building Permits The following building permits were issued, listed by applicant, type of con­ struction, estimated cost and location.. - Mark Campbell, shed, $2380, Danner Rd., Mocks­ ville. - Rodgers Builders, job trailer, $17,685, NC 801 N., Bermuda Run. - Davie Construction, medical office building, $1,125,000, E. Kinderton Way, Bermuda Run. Rodgers Builders, three-story hospital patient tower, $16,985317. N. 801 N., Bermuda Run. - Viacon, roof addition, $120,000, Bermuda Run Dr., Bermuda Run. - Landmark Builders of the Triad, demolition, Avgol Dr., Mocksville. - 1st Choice Housing, off-frame modular home, $200,000, Ridge Rd., Mocksville. - Homes by Vander­ bilt, off-frame modular home, $203,000, US 64 W., Mocksville. - Clayton Homes,: on- frame modular home, . $125,000, Rocking J Trail, Advance. : . -SelectHomes,off-frame modular; $240,000, Nikkis Way, Mocksville. r Steve Allen, building, $37300, Underpass Rd., Advance., - True Homes, single family dwelling, $175,900, Scotch Moss Dr., Advance. - Scott Porter, addi­ tion, $75,000, N. Pino Rd.,• Mocksville. - Mike Pollard, accessory building; $2000, Camellia. Lane, Mocksville. - Decked Out of the Trir ad, deck, $4,000, NC 801 S., Advance. . -RyanTodNoble.single family dwelling, $950 J300; Murchison Rd., Mocksville. - . Joseph Ashburn, ac­ cessory building, $15,000, Cheny Hill Rd., Mocks­ ville. - Miller BuiIding & Re­ modeling, interior remodel, $8375, Comatzer. Rd., Mocksville. - Clara Schwcnk, interior remodel, $25,000, Brent­ wood Dr., Advance. - Kurt. Dimos, remodel carport. into living room, $4300! PinevilIe Rd.,'. Mocksville. - Chad. Correll, single family dwelling, $271,950, Buck Seaford Rd., Mocks­ ville. - Piotr Kruszkowski, out­ building, $25,300; Mocks Church Rd., Advance. - Lowery Custom Con­ struction, deck replace­ ment,$15,000,Clayton Dr., Mocksville. - True Homes, single fam­ ily dwelling. $137,700, Old HomepIace.Dr., Advance. - M&S Home Build­ ers, basement renovation, $43,630! US 80i S.. Ad­ vance. . ; • Brad Leonard Build­ ers, single family dwell­ ing, $133,000, Cana Rd., Mocksville. , 1, Creative Building Group, batKroom remodel, $65,000, US 601 S., Mocks­ ville. - Jeff Cline, single family dwelling, $100,000, Buck Seaford Rd., Mocksville. - Chad Correll, detached shop, $27,000, Buck Sea- . ford Rd., Mocksville.' - Joseph Rice,' outbuild­ ing, $13300'. Pudding Ridge Rd., Mocksville." - Vince Powell, interior renovations, $25 000, Pud­ ding Ridge Rdv Mocksville. - Decked Out of theTriad, deck, $9000, Brookmead Court1Advance. - Brad Rodgers Construc­ tion, sunroom addition, $38,000, Yadkin Valley Rd., Advance. :' . - Alan Fletcher Construc­ tion, single family dwelling, $445,000, Links.. Course Lane, Bermuda.Run. .- Otey Construction-, single family dwelling, $255,000, Bent St., Bermu- ' da Run. ' - David is. MalIard Con- strucrion, detached garage, $20,000,' Meadow -Ridge Dr., Mocksville. Douglas Hiram Lakey, single family dwell­ ing.'... $379,422, Captains Way, Mocksville. - Tarheel Basement Sys­ tems, stabilize foundation, $53,80.30. Whitney Rd., Mocksville. .- Anthony and .Sylvan Pools, inground swimming pool,:$52,150, N. Pino Rd., Mocksville.- Arrests. The. following were ar­ rested by the Davie County Sheriff’s Department. Nov. 30: William Tuttle, .37, of.. Lexington, cyber- stalking; Tammy Poos, 43, of ExcalibufLane', Mocks­ ville, fieeing.to elude arrest, reckless driving to endan­ ger; Jonathan Smith, 27, of;. Dulin Road,. Mocksville, failure to appear in court.. Dec. I: Paul Johnson; 19, ,of Mill St., Mocksville, sex offender on child premises; William Henderson, 24, of Patricia . Way, Mocksville, failure to appear in court; Christina Jackson, 35,. of Will Boone Road, Mocks­ ville, financial card fraud, financial, card theft, identity theft, felony larceny, obtain- . ing property by false pre­ tenses; Melanie Henderson,. 45, of Laird Road/Advance, trafficking opium or heroin; Harry Schrimp, 60, of Beau- , champ Road.Advance, fail­ ure to appear in-court; John Rouse, 53, ,of Ralph Rat- ledgc Road,. Mocksville, assault; Mafk Rouse, 47, of Sheffield Farms.Trail, Har­ mony, assault.: Dec. 2: Desiree Stovall, 27,-of ‘Nonna. Lane, Ad- vancej failure to appear in court; Kayla"Bracken,24,of Farmington Road, Mocks­ ville,* fqilfirc to appear in court; James Myers; 36, of Angell Road,Mocksville; failure to appear, in court; Jonathan WaIscr- 33, of Becktowh Road, Mocks­ ville', larceny of motor fuel; Samuel James, 35, of Bailey St., Mocksville, 'non-sup­ port of child. . .Dec. 3: Anitria Mock, 27.' of Swicegood St:, Coolee-. mei, failure to appear in court, non-support of child; Kenneth Johnson,' 63, of Godbey Road, Mocksville-, .worthless-- checks; Paul . Stewart, 47, of Meta Breeze Lane, Mocksville, pos­ session of drug parapher­ nalia, possession of open, container of alcohol in ve­ hicle; Dayon Jordan, 25, of WiIlhaven Dr!, Mocksville, .shoplifting. Dec. 4: Garland Holle- man, 3^, of Junction Road, Mocksville, larceny; Jona­ than Smith, 28, of Dulin Road, Mocksville, • felony, probation violation; Sydney.: Gott172, of Sheffield Farms Trail, Mocksville; commu­ nicating threats; trespass­ ing; Thomas Bames, 34, of Riverside Dr., 'Cooleemee, non-support of child. Dec. 5: Dalton McGee, 18, of Landis Ct., Mocks­ ville,.disorderly conduct. . Dec. 6: Laura Williams, 39, of Rosewood Lane, Mocksville, assault; Charles. : Martin, 43, of.Martin Lane, Advance, harassing phone^ call; Donald Inman, 44, of .NC 801 N;, Mocksville. as­ sault on a female, communi- eating threats. • Sheriff’s Dept. The following, are. from , Davie County Sheriff's De­ partment reports. . Nov. 3.0: larceny,-' US . 158, Advance; sex offender on school premises, Davie High;, assault on. female, disturbance, Swicegood St.,: Cooleemee; . break­ ing and entering,, robbery with a dangerous weapon, assault, McKnight' Road, Advance; . larceny, Main • Church Road, Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Pihe Ridge Road, Mocksville; domestic disturbance,.Four Comers Road,.Mocksville; sex.offense, Hinkle Drive, . Mocksville. .. Dec.: I: breaking, enter­ ing and jarceny, Comatzer/ Fork Bixby roads; weapon, on . educational property. jS a d S itate. L We have the “TOTAL” package. 336-751-1223 www.mytotalrealestate.com Serving D avie County w ith 2 locations 977 Yadkinville Road, Mocksville and 100 N. Main Street, Mocksville Lookingforan early American Williamsburg look? 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Dec. 3: child abuse, Bowles Rond, Mocksville; possession of drug, para­ phernalia, possession of open container of alcohol in vehicle; domestic distur­ bance, NC 801 S., Mocks­ ville;- Dec. 4: disturbance, King Arthur Lane,. Mocksville; . assault, 1-40, • Mocksville; breaking and entering; Fork B.ixby: : Road, . Advance; identity.: theft, NC 801. N., Mocksville; domestic dis­ turbance,. Martin Lane,. Mocksville.: Dec. 5: trespassing, unau-. thorized use. of vehicle, dis- . orderly conduct, Pembrooke Ridge Court, Bermuda Run; felony larceny, Ashley Fur­ niture Way, Advance; ha­ rassing telephone call, Oak- . shire Court;Mocksville. Dec. 6: domestic dis­ turbance, Lancelot Lane, Mocksville; assault. Rose­ wood Lane, Mocksville; assault, Rabbit Farm Trail, Advance; breaking and entering, Comatzer Road, Advance; breaking, enter­ ing and larceny, Comatzer Road, Mocksville; larceny, Cheny Hill Road, Mocks­ ville; - assault on female! communicating threats, NC 801 N., Advance. Mocksville Police The following are from Mocksville Police . Depart­ ment reports. . .- A deck was damaged to a residence off Elmwood Street oh Nov. 30 to free a trapped animal. - A . dog was allowed to run at large oh Milling Road, it was.reported Dec. 3. - A clerk at a convenience store on Yadkinville. Road reported Dec. 6 a customer , became mad and pushed her on their way out tfie door. - A! Summit Drive man reported Dec. 6 his ex-girl­ friend had texted him after . being asked not to do so. Arrests . - Heather Danielle Car-- roll, 26, of East Bend, was charged Dec. 5 with posses­ sion of Clonazepam pills.' Trial date: Jan. 21. . . ^ Ashley. Nicole Barber, 24. of Winston-Salem, was charged Dec. 5 with posses­ sion of pills. Trial date: Jan. 21.- Ray Alexander Vines, 31, of Winston-Salem, was charged Nov. 29 with DWI. Trial date: Feb. 5. - Nathaniel Lce Crowe, 30, of Wilkesboro St., was charged Dec. 6 with a city firearms ordinance viola­ tion. Trial date: Jan. 15. - Desmon Duonc Sellers, 25, of Tyro, was charged Dec. 5 .with impersonating a law. enforcement officer. Trial date: Jan. 14. - German Aristides Ur- . nitia Diaz, 38, of Murphy. Road, was charged Dec. 6 with child abuse, assault on a government official and obstructing and delaying an officer. Trial date: Jan. 21. He is accused of leaving a small child , left unattended .. in the WalMart parking lot. / - Michael Cameron Olive Jr., 33! of Leila Court, was charged Dec. 5 . with pos­ session of four Clonazepam pills. Trial date: Jan. 21. Traffic Accidents - A Cooleemee woman was cited; after failing to.' put the 2003 Honda she was driving in park off Coo­ per Creek Drive. The 2003 Honda owned by Maria Ana Ramos-Bonila then rolled into a parked. 2003 Chev­ rolet belonging to Rachel Adam Hariis of . Taylors­ ville, reported Officer SM. . Greene. - No charges were filed after a wreck on South Da­ vie Drive at 7:54 a.m. Dec. .4. ■ - Nora Margaret Larsen, 16. of J?riep(khip C u failed to stop the 2006 Nissan she was driving before it struck the . rear of a 2014 Ford driven by Christine Clem­ ent Rivers, 70, of Autumn Ct.; reported Officer K.L. Hurley. Cooleemee Police The - following are., from Cooleemee Police Depart­ ment reports; - A domestic disturbance was reported Nov. 28 at a residence on Grove Street.. - A Riverside Drive resi­ dent.was.cited Nov..27 for allowing a dog to. run. at... large? -. - A woman reported her wallet was lost or stolen at Dollar General, NC 801. . . - A runaway teen from a residence, on Hickory Street was reported Nov. 19.-.. .- Jon David Thompson, 45, of Cross. Street, was driving a 2001 Chevrolet at 7: IO p.m. Nov. 23 that went off the road to the right and struck a power pole, re-; ported Officer Shawn M. Breitzmnn. 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Its mem­ bers quickly proved their, worth by conducting aerial patrols on their own, hero-., ism that discouraged and eventually stopped deadly German U-boat attacks along U.S. coastlines and waterways.: The wartime service of CAP’s “subchasers” helped stop the loss of American and Allied merchant ves­ sels, saving the lives of untold thousands of sailors and. countless millions of dollars of war material des­ tined for the battlefields in Europe and the Pacific. In addition to coastal pa­ trols, CAP aircrews assist­ ed with other essential war­ time missions on the home front, such as search and rescue, disaster relief, bor­ der patrol, forest fire patrol, target towing for military practice and transporting critical supplies. Members also managed hundreds of airports and trained avia­ tors - many of them cadets - for future service in CAP and the.military. . ■ . Thatlegacy lives on in today’s all-volunteer force, which still contributes to America’s defense by pro­ viding aerial reconnais­ sance for homeland securi­ ty, giving Air Force fighter pilots practice in protecting America's airspace and helping train U.S.. military troops for service overseas. CAP members also make , a profound differ­ ence in more than 1500 communities across the na­ tion, saving lives through search arid rescue and other emergency services and conducting aerospace edu- catiori and youth programs that help develop the na­ tion’s next generation of leaders. ! Civil Air Patrol’s con-: tributioris to national de­ fense were recognized in August when the U.S. Air. Force added the longtime Air Force Auxiliary to its Total Force team. Changes to Air Force doctrine offi-.; daily made Civil Air Patrol a strategic partner of the Air Force and CAP mem­ bers “Airmen” when con­ ducting Air Force-assigned missions. 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Whittington, driving/allowing vehicle to be driven with no registra­ tion, expired/no inspection, operating vehicle with no insurance, motorcycle/mo-: ped helmet passenger viola­ tion, dismissed. - Scott Eric Wilkinson, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipment fee. - Sonnie Noel Williams, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipm ent' fee; failure to secure passenger, underage 16, dismissed. - Taylor Renee Wilson, speeding 35 in a 20, reduced to improperequipment, $25,I cost; driving left of center, ■ dismissed. J - Naser MohamadI Zaitawi, speeding 82 in a I 65, reduced to improper I equipment, $75, cost. Nov. 20 { The following cases ■ were disposed of during Da­ vie Administrative Court on I Nov! 20. Presiding: .Judge I Wayne L. Michael. Pros- ■ ecuting: Kaitlyn Jones and ' Pearce Dougan.I - April Rae Agostinello,I speeding 67 in a 55, reduced I to improperequipment,$25, cost, $50 equipment fee. - Isidro Rivera Aguero, failure to yield left turn, dis­ missed, civil settlement. - Melvin Ray Albritton, speeding 88 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $100,cost.- - Carlos C. Almanza, speeding 71 in a 55,reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 equipment fee. - Dennis Ray Ashbum, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Tyler Marchall Augat, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Allen C. Ayuninjam, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $15, cost. - DIloyd F. Bailey, speed­ ing 88 in a 70, reduced'to improper equipment, $100, cost. - Ashley Nicole Banks, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - David Lance Baty, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Alex Dean Beal, speed­ ing 66 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Ronnie Alan Bean, operating vehicle with no Please See Court - Page 9 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 - 9 Court... Continued From Page 8 insurance, driving/allowing vehicle to be driven with no registration, dismissed; fail­ ure to stop for stop sign/red light, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. . - Katlyn Dawn Black­ wood, speeding 86 in a 70, . reduced to improper equip- ment, $50, cost. - Angela Grace Blair, ■ speeding 67 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. . ' -. Jennifer N. Blevins, speeding71 ina55,reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 equipment fee. > Bradley Todd Blowe, speeding 80 in a 65, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. , - Michael. Ray Bogcr, speeding4I ina25,reduced, to improperequipment, $50, . cost, $50 equipment fee; Richard Henry Bourque,, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper- equipment, $50, cost! ' - Jeffrey Lee Braddock1 speeding 65 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipment fee. - Emily Hanriah Bradley, ■" speeding 84 in a 70,reduced to improper equipment, $25, . cost, $50 equipment fee. ;-. George E. Bradshaw; speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, ■ $50, cost. - Amy Nicole Brown, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced toim properequipment,$25, . cost, $50 equipment fee. Timothy O 1Brian Brown, speeding 87 in a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $75, cost. •'.- Thomas D. Browning, speeding 60 in a 45,reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Michelle A. Brumfield, operating vehicle with no insurance, dismissed. - Anthony Jason Burke, driving while license re­ voked not DWI, dismissed. - John Paul Capulong, speeding 90 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $50, cost; im­ proper equipment - speed­ ometer, dismissed. - Brooke Avery Carey, .canceled/revoked/suspend­ ed certificate/tag, dismissed.. - Rose Casarez, speed­ ing 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipment fee. - Diana Frances Cassell, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, co st.. - Cassidy Lenee Clay- born, speeding 92 in a 70. reduced to 79 in a 70, $200, cost; reckless driving to en-. danger, dismissed. - Eddie Franklin Church,, speeding 67 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Che Cochrane, speed­ ing 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipment fee. -. Mark Edwin Cole, speeding91 in a 70, reduced to 79 .in a 70, $100, cost; reckless driving to. endan- ger.dismissed. - Adam Fisher Conrad, failure to reduce speed, dis­ missed . - William Joshua Cowan, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Taylor Nicole Cranfil1 speed competition, reduced to improper equipment, $100, cost, $50 equipment ■fee, . - Missy Claire Cujas, speeding 52 in a 35, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost, $50 equipment fee. . - Samuel Joseph Drake, speeding 80 in a 65, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Vada Holly Deskins, speeding 69 in a 55, dis­ missed; driving while li­ cense revoked not DWI re­ vocation, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change,$100,cost. - Jose Alfredo Diazolea, driving left of center, re­ duced. to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. . . - Brian Dwight Dotson; speeding 86 in a 65, amend­ ed to improper equipment, . $300, cost. - Jonathan David Dur­ ham, failure to reduce speed, dismissed. - Leea Grace Earnhardt, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipment fee. . - Coty Ryan Edwards, . speeding 63 in a 50, reduced to 59 in a 50, $15, cost; - William J. 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Continued From Page I opened in August of '2013, includes specialty clinics, cardiac rehabili­ tation, physical therapy, a pharmacy and emergency center. “We made a promise to the citizens of Davie County in 2008 that any approved project for a medical center in the county would include an . in-patient hospital, and today, we are putting that promise into action,” Mc­ Connell said. “This facil­ ity will offer people in Davie County the care and treatment close to home that they deserve.” This architectural rendering shows the design of the hospital bed addition to Davie Medical Center Chad Brown, Davie Medical Center presi­ dent Local artists Linda Harpe and Carol Luffman painted Davie type scenes on the shovels used for the groundbreaking %Dr. John McConnell Wake Forest Baptist CEO Future Dr. Kevin High, Davie , . _ ., _ Medical Center board- Photos by Robin Snow ChajrIt s official: ground is broken for the new hospital N.C. Rep. Julia Howard talks with Davie Construction presi- dent, Carl Carney. County Manager Mike Ruffin is in the Ferguson (left) talks wS T biii Junkerand Bermuda Run L ^ Steve Robertson speaks to the crowd fathered for the groundbreaking ceremony. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday, Dec. 10 , 201S - BI Sports Cory Heinerjumps four rows into the bleachers at Central Davidson to save the ball for Davie’s varsity boys. Boys Pick Up Three Wins Heiner’s nonstop hustle helped Davie to three wins in four days. Girls End Skid; Win Two Games By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record Cooper Wall’s four-point play was the backbreaker as Davie's varsity boys basketball team pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 72-60 home win over Alex­ ander Central on Dec. I. Nic Starnes’ five-point posses­ sion. Wall’s game-winning free throws and Cory Heiner’s lock- down defense keyed a dramatic 73-72 road win over Central Da­ vidson on Dec. 2. Davie’s 3-point marksmanship, especially from Heath Slabach, and another defensive gem from Heiner defined an 83-61 blowout of Central Davidson in Davie's gym on Dec. 4. Yep, all the pieces fell into place as Davie won three games in four days to lift its record to 3-1. Against Alexander Central, the War Eagles were playing their first game in 12daysandfacingateam that beat them by 15 last year and by 14 in 2013-14. When the Cougars scored the first five points in the fourth quar­ ter to cut Davie’s lead to 52-51, it looked as if the outcome, was headed to the wire. But Central’s momentum lasted only a few sec­ onds. With Starnes, Wall, Jordan McDaniel, Heiner and L.P. Mua on the floor down the stretch, the War Eagles responded with a game-closing 20-9 run to win Please See Three • Page BS By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record After suffering a deflating home loss to AlexanderCentraI1 Davie’s varsity girls basketball team re­ sponded with back-to-back wins over Central Davidson to climb back over .500. The 52-44 loss to Alexander CentralonDec. I was no sin. The Cougars are always good. Still, it was painful to blow a 25-15 half- time lead and watch Davie's losing streak reach three. Last year Davie beat Alexander to end a six-game skid in the series. . Ashlyn Hampton did every­ thing in her power to prevent defeat. She scored 12 first-quarter points and finished with a ca­ reer-high 25 while hitting 8-of-14 field goals and blocking three shots. It was the most points in 23 games (Madison Zaferatos had 25 in last year's road win over North Davidson). "Hampton was really good,” coach Dave Ruemenapp said. "They were running two and three people at her because she had 12 points in the first quarter. She was kicking out to open shooters and the ball just wasn't going in.” Alexander outscored Davie 37-19 in the second half. Davie missed 24 of 30 second-half shots and was burned badly by two players. Abby Cook and MaKayIa White combined for 40 points on 15-of-23 shooting. The rest of the Cougars shot 3-of-16. When Davie faced Central Da­ vidson last year, the War Eagles had a 63-23 walk in the park. But Central didn’t have Jordan Chavis last year. The guard headed to Mis­ souri has a mesmerizing handle to go with unlimited range. Chavis went to Central DavidsonMiddle, but she attended a private school the past three years. Davie overcame Chavis’ game- high 18 points to win 54-48 on Dec. 2. “I know she’s going to the Uni­ versity of Missouri,” Ruemenapp said. “She's good. She hit scoop shots and deep, deep 3s.” Both teams repeatedly respond­ ed in an entertaining fourth quarter. Caitlyn Peebles nailed a comer 3-pointer to give Davie a 47-40 lead. Chavis answered with a 3 at the other end.Then Davie’s Emma Please See Wins - Page B6 Madison Zaferatos hits a teardrop. - Photos by Brian Pitts Two Roar To Slam Titles By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record Hey, we all realize it’s early in the season. Far too early to make any big judgments about Davie's wrestling team and how far it could go this season. Still, you can’t help but get excited after Davie finished fifth out of 46 teams in the Southern Slam at Eastside High (S.C.) on Dec. 4-5. The Slam is one of the toughest tournaments around. “We did really good as a team,” said senior Isaiah Olmedo,- who finished first at 182 while junior Hunter Smith triumphed at 113. “Hunter did really good. Tommy Trader and Kyle McCune both placed.” Two days before the War-Ea- gles ventured to South Carolina, they beat up on North Surry .and Reynolds in a tri-meet at Davie. Both were snoozes, with Davie claiming 27 of 28 weight classes. In a 75-0 wipeout of N. Surry, Hunter Strickland, Crayton Wise, Tristan Merritt, I. Olmedo, Spen­ cer Wilson, Anthony Olmedo, Smith and Thad Vandiverhad pins. David Sigmon won by technical fall. Isaiah Whitley won by major decision. Josh Shore and Trader won decisions. McCune and Jesus Olmedo received forfeits. Later in the evening in the Cen­ tral Piedmont Conference opener, it was a virtual repeat against Reynolds. McCune1 J. Olmedo, Trader, Vandiver.and Luke Bolmer pounded out pins as Davie rolled 71-6, impro ved to 8-0 on the sea­ son and extended its streak of CPC mastery to43 wins in 44 tries. Sigmon had a technical fall. Wilson and A. Olmedo won de­ cisions. Wise, I. Olmedo, Shore, Smith and Whitley got forfeits. The only loss on the night was Memtt’s injury default, “We're getting better,” coach Buddy Lowery said. “We're better than we were last week.” Southern Slam Davie made an impressive showing in the two-day South­ ern Slam, even with a man short (Merritt was out with an injury). The fifth-place performance was far and away better than last year, when Davieplaced 12th outof30 with no first places. It was a day to remember for, I. Olmedo and Smith. Both went 5-0. In their first four matches, they did what they wanted when they wanted. ■' Olmedo reached the finals with four straight pins. The cherry on top was a 7-5 championship-match win over the Southern Slam de­ fending champ at 182. “I was nervous way before (the finals), but at the actual lime of the match, it was the least nervous I’ve ever been in a finals raatcirlike that,” Olmedo said. ’ .: In the finals, Olmedo faced a I -0 deficit in the second period. He roared to a 4-1 lead, never looked back and improved his season record to 15-0. “I was really excited, but I tried to keep my composure as best I could," he said. Smith was brilliant in his route to the finals. He put together three first-period pins.Then he won 14-4 over a guy who placed second in the 2014 Slam. In the champion­ ship, he faced an opponent who placed fifth in last year’s Slam. Smith got an escape halfway through the third and prevailed 1-0 . “He was a very defensive wres­ tler, so it was difficult to do any of­ fensive moves to him,” Smith said.' “My main focus was keeping him Please See Slam - Page B4 B2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10 ,2015 South Wrestling Off To Best Start In Eight Years Friendship Winners After pounding Star- mount 66-36 on the road on Dec. I, South Davie’s wrestling team is off to a 3-0 start for the first time in eight years, and the three-match winning streak is the longest in five years. SevenTigers are sporting 3-0 records: TVris Griffin, Kenneth LeelJose Ramirez, Darrin J efferson, Adam Sze- wczyk, Lenny Adame and Armando Garcia. The last time the Tigers were 3-0 was 2007-08, when coach Perry Long's stars were Alex Costner (17-0 re­ cord) , Mick Spillman (13-1) and Stephon Smoot (16-2). The winning streak is the longest since 2010-11, when than the Bulldogs. Thomasville rallied ' within 30-27 with five weight classes remaining. There were double forfeits at 195 and 220. Pins by Isaiah Saunders at 152 and HunterMeacham at 160 restored order and gave the Jags a comfortable 42-27 advantage. Ellis recorded seven pins in all, including one from Julian Howard. Shane O’Brien won by forfeit. After going 11-2 in coach Justin Perry’s first season, Ellis is off to a 2-0 start. It has only suffered nine defeats in six years. "We are young,” Perry said. "We have a lot of new South was led by a pair of. wrestlers. I think when we . 13-0 studs (Cameron Cole- get later in the season, weFriendship Speedw ay (Elkin) season winners, include, from left: Austin Caudle, Extreme Stock 4 first place; Brad Mickalwowski, Extreme Stock 4 third place; Stephanie Caudle, U raa„ ™d D„„iei wii,„„), will t . much improvcd mi Car first place, Clifton Richardson, U C ar second place; and Richard Clew, Open W heel At starmount, South got stronger than last season. Modified first place. Awards were presented Nov. 20 at a banquet at Cody Creek in Dobson. P'ns ^rom Jefferson, Szew- This team works extremely czyk, Adame, Garcia,. Jose hard. Thegbod thing about North Davie Girls Hold Off Ellis After getting swept by Ellis the past two years, North Davie’s girls basket­ ball team pulled a reversal and defeated Ellis 25-22 on the Jaguars’ floor on Dec. 3. Ellis’ sixth straight loss dropped its season record to 0-3. North, which had lost four straight to Ellis, picked up its first win in three games this season. It was the Wildcats’ first win in the series since the 17-0 season in 2012-13. That year North destroyed Ellis 48-13 behind AshIyn Hampton’s H ,.26,points and K'lea Parks’ 12. “It was a big win over a county rival,” North coach Trevor Gooch said. “It was a fun game to be a part of," Ellis coach Johnny Hill said. North completely domi­ nated the first three quarters, leading 9-0 after the first quarter, 15-3 at halftime and 20-7 after three. “We had a great start due to our fullcourt zone press­ ing, which created turnovers and some, easy baskets," Gooch said. In the third, Ellis' Paige Riordan gave .EUis some life. “She hit two big shots, and that, is what I believe gave us the energy that we needed to get going,” Hill said. Ellis would lose nobly, outscoring North 15-5 in the fourth. Rachel Devereaux, Riordan and Riley Quar- termain were the catalysts during the comeback. . “Devereaux and Quar- termain put a lot of pressure on the ball and caused some timely turnovers,” Hill said. “Shea Woody, Bella Kite, Madison Smith and Anna Ortiz did a really good job inside on the boards." "Ellis’ fullcourt man-to- man got us rattled, created turnovers and they started making shots,” Gooch said. “Give credit to coach Hill and the Ellis players for battling back and making it a close game to the end.” Three players did all the. scoring for North, with Chanel Fowler’s 13 points. Amber Strader’s eight and Abbey. Custer’s four. Ellis got six points from Riordan, five from Devereaux and four from Kite. Hill is proud of how his team has improved. “We are continuing to make progress,” he said; “We are working really hard on fundamentals and doing the things we work on in practice. I am very proud of these girls.” S. Davie Wins : Scoring the most points' in nine games, South Davie cruised to a 40-11 win at High Point Christian on Dec. I. Gama and Ramirez. Travon Carter1AdrianRomero1Grif- fin, Lee and Bryan Pastor received forfeits as South claimed Il of 17 weight classes. Three of South's six losses were forfeits. “We're doing alright,” Long said. “We won, but we didn’t wrestle real good overall.” . ElIisWins Ellisheldonfora roller-coaster, 48-39 home win over Thomasville on. Dec. I. - Pins by Tyier Snyder, ZacRunge1Matthew . Dawny and Nate Whitley - from 83 pounds through 106 - staked the Jaguars to. last year was we had every weight class filled - where this year we have just as many kids but no one in the upper weights. We are. giving three to four forfeits every match.” North Wins North Davie, eased to 2-0 with a 69-24 victory over visiting Lexington on Dec. I. KaIebMiIIstBIake LittlelJohn Motley, Josh Robinson, Joe Johnson, : Paul Pollard and Josh Wright pounded out pins, while Victpr Perez won a decision. Jason Wishon, Landon Miller, David Felts and Garrett Boger received forfeits.. . . Two of North’s four losses were forfeits. Ellis Boys Rally Past ND North Davie’s boys bas­ ketball led Ellis 16-15 at the half and 24-18 after the third, quarter on Dec. 3 at Ellis. The Wildcats weren’t able to dock the boat, losing 36- 33 as EUis exploded for 18 points in the fourth. “I was disappointed with our effort early,” Ellis coach Johnny.Hill said. "It was a very ugly game for us. We did little on either end to give ourselves any oppor­ tunity to pull away, from North. It seemed every time we.did something good, we did two things wrong.” . Ellis could do no wrong in the fourth, outscoring North 18-9. “N orth’s backcourt played well through the first three quarters, and finally our defense picked up in the fourth," Hill said. “Aidan Payne and Jake Hili combined on the task of slowing down North’s top scorer (James Wilkins).” WiIkins scored a game- high 15 points. “We struggled to score consistently down the stretch," North coach Matt McPherson said. “We mud­ died the game with our defense trying to hold down (Nate) Hampton's points. We played better than the South Davie game (a 63- 51 loss to the Tigers), but we did not score when we had to.” After scoring 22 and . 21 in the first two games, Hampton was limited to a team-high 13 as Ellis’ 16th . straight win lifted its season record to 3-0. Although North kept Hampton from hitting 20, Ellis compensat­ ed with season highs from four guys. Sam Hendrix had seven, while HiU and Luke Williams had six each as Ellis extended its series winning streak to six. North W ns North Davie bounced back with a 44-33 home win over High Point Christiah on Dec. 4; Wilkins scored 17 and Justice Redmon six as the Wildcats (2-2) curbed a . two-game losing streak.: The first half was tight, but North devastated High Point with a 16-0 run in the , third that resulted in a 38-20 bulge. ■ “In the third quarter we played great defense and ran our offense for the first time all year,” McPherson said.. • South Wins South Davie picked up its third straight win, 60-52 at High Point Christian on Dec. I. “They weren't bad at all,”; coach Germain May- field said. "They’re the best team we’ve played so far. They shot well.” In the third, the Tigers extended a 29-25 lead to 43-33. Brooks Johnson and Alex Ratledge, who com­ bined for 37 points in the previous game, teamed up for 38 in this one. Johnson led with 20 as South im­ proved to 4-1. "He plays the point, shooting guard and small forward,” Mayfield said. “Brooks was sick and didn’t play in. the game we lost to East Iredell, and we only lost by five. We lost that experience and 14 to 18 ppints. It could have been totally different.” Ratledge was next with 18. Ben Crenshaw had eight. "We play Alex all over the place,” he said. “Usually he's at the point, but we play him from one to the five.” JackReynoldsoniyhad two points, but they were two big ones. “He hit two really big free throws when they were making a run an<? fouling,” he said. “And we had been missing free throws.” S. Davie 60, HP Chris­ tian 52 - Brooks Johnson 20, Alex Ratledge 18, Ben Crenshaw 8, M J . HolIeman 4, Matthew. Daniel 4, Jack Reynolds 2, Zy’Mier Lewis 2, Matthew James 2. Ellis 36 -Nate Hampton 13, Sam Hendrix 7, Jake Hill 6, Luke Williams 6, Justin Lunsford 2, Luke Stiilson 2. N. Davie 33 - James Wilkins 15. N. Davlc 44, HF Chris­ tian 33 - James Wilkins 17, Justice Redmon 6. It was never competitive as RyIea Carter and Cayia Hartsell scored nine points each. MaIiyah Streater add­ ed seven as the Tigers im­ proved, to 3-2.. “Our girls played great team basketball,” coach Ju- :<AawmmaRdiag 24-0 lead. lieSnowsaid.“Wesawalot but they wound up taking of improvement. Weworked just one more weight class on our posts turning, facing ■. and taking a solid shot un­ derneath. Kayana Caldwell, Layla Caldwell and Amber Wallace did a great job of that. We talked to Miah Chalmers about having the Sign Up For Church Basketball League courage to take those open The Mocksville-Davie Parks and Recreation Department will run a church basketball league beginning in January. To enter a team, contact Mike Gamer at 751-2325. Shamrock Run Sc Fun Walk M arch 5 Registration is underway for the 28th-annua! Shamrock Run and Fun Walkon March5. Both the5K and IOK courses Briefs & Dates isyn Cockerham 2, Courtney Neely 2, Makayla Phelps 2, Layla Caldwell I. N. Davie 25 r Chanel Fowler 13, Amber Strader S1Abbey Custer4. Ellis 22 - Paige Riordan 6, Rachel Devereaux 5, Bella Kite 4, Shea Woody 3, Riley Quartermain 2, Madison Smith 2. . Upcoming Games Wednesday, Dec. 9 ; Davie varsity boys basketball at West Rowan at 7 Davie JV girls basketball at West Rowan at 4:15 Davie JV boys basketball at West Rowan at 5:30 Davie 9th boys basketball at home vs. Atkins at 4:30 Davie indoor track at East Rowan at 3:30 Thursday, Dec. 14J DavievarsitywrestlingatReagan Davie swimming vs. Reynolds, Reagan at WSSU at 7 Ellis basketball at Summit at 5 N. Davie basketball at home vs. Summit at 4:30 . South Davie basketball at Starmount at 4:30 Friday, Dec. 11 Davie varsity basketball at.Reynolds at 6/7:30 Davie JV basketball at home vs. Reynolds at 5/6:15 Davie 9th boys basketball at Reynolds at 4:15 Davie JV wrestling at home in quad meet at 5 ElIis wrestling at.Thomasville at 4:30 . N. Davie wrestling at Lexington at 4:30 South Davie wrestling at Central Wilkes at 4:30 Saturday, Dec. 12 Davie JV1 varsity wrestling at North Lincoln Duals at S Monday, Dec. 14 . Eilis basketball at North Davie at 4:30 . South Davie basketball at West Wilkes at 4:30 .. Tliesday, Dec. 15 ;• Dayie varsity basketball at home vs. Reagan at 6/7:30 DavieJV basketball at Reagan at 5/6:15 shots. She took three and hit two: The same for Makayla Phejps. The smile on both of their faces was priceless." S. Davie 40, HP Chris- tjan 11 - Rylea Carter 9, aremn through the heart of Downtown Mocksville and are Cayla Hartsell 9,.Maliyah . USATFcertified.Runnerscanregisteronlineorcanregister Streater 7, Miah Chalmers by mail. Information and costs are available at www.sham- 4,Kayana Caldwell 3,Mad- rockrunnc.com or by email at director@shamrockrunnc. com or by phone at 751-2973. The event is sponsored by St. Francis of Assisi Church in Mocksville.'This year, the run will help support The Dragonfly House Children’s Advocacy Center located in Mocksville. Smith Plays In National Bowl Game Guilford College quarterback Matt Pawlowski and wide receiver Adam SmithofMocksvilIe were selected to play in the 4th-Annua] National Bowl football game.The National Bowl was played Dec. 6 at Florida International University in Miami, Fla. The game showcased senior All-American and all-conference selections from around the nation rep­ resenting Division II, HI and FCS schools. Smith collected his third straight First Team AU-ODAC award this fall and joins just four other Quakers so honored in school history. TTie 5-10,175-pound senior receiver set numerous Ieagueand school records in the finest of his four seasons. He ranked second in the league with 89 receptions for i ,262yards and 18touchdowns,bothconference highs. His 18 touchdown.catches set a Guilford record and rank second in ODAC history, He also sits second among Divi­ sion III touchdown reception leaders through games of Nov. 21. Smith posted the second-highest receiving yards total in Guilford history \vith a figure that stands ninth nationally; He ranks sixth in Division III.in receiving yards (126.2) and seventh in receptions (8.9) per game. Smith captured two ODAC Offensive Player of the Week Awards this year . and garnered his fourth career spot on the D3football.com / Scoutware Team of the Week. He leaves with Guilford's career records for receiving yards (3,988) and touchdowns (46), overall touchdowns (46), game's with at least 100 re­ ceiving yards (19) and scoring (280). He ranks. 14th aniong NCAA Division III's career leaders in touchdowns and 22 nd in receiving yards; M artins Playing Bigger Roles As Sophomores Both the Martin twins - Caleb and Cody - are playing big minutes as sophomores at N.C. State/ As of last, week, Caleb, who plays mostly on the wing, was second on the team.in scoring (15.7. points per game) and first in 3-pointers (19) and steals (nine). Cody, who has played power forward and.point guard, is second in steals Davie9th boys basketball at home vs. AIexanderCentral (seven) andassists (12) and has averaged7.2pointsarid5.2at 4:15 Davie indoor track at JDL in Winston-Salem at 4 Ellis basketball at Quality Education at 4:30 N. Dayie wrestling at ITiomasville at 4:30 N- Davie basketball at High Point Christian at 4:30 . South Davie wrestling at Lexington at 4:30 Wednesday, Dec. 16 Davie varsity boys basketball at Forbush at 7:30 Davie JV boys basketball at Forbush at 6 rebounds. During a three-game stretch, they combined for 70.points, 36 rebounds, 12 assists and 10 steals,. “They do a little bit of everything," coach Mark Gottfried told The Observer. “The thing I like about them is you know every night they're going to come 100 miles an hour. Their effort and how hard they play is never in question^ However they can help our team win, they’re going to try to do it.” “(Caleb) has always been more of a shooter," Cody said. ^“I’ ve never felt like I needed to score to contribute.” DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 - B3 C O N T E S T R U L E S GoDavieHiQhWarEagIes 1 . A nyone can en ler except em ployees o f the Davie C ounty Enterprise Record and their fam ilies. O nly one entry allow ed per person per w eek. AU entries m ust be o n original newsprint o r fax to 336-751-9760. 2 . G am es in this w eek's contest are listed in each advertisem ent on these tw o pages. Fill in the contest blank : and subm it o r m ail the entry to the Enterprise Record, P.O., B ox 99, M ocksville, N C 27028. 3 . TTie first entrant correctly predicting the outcom e o f all gam es in a w eek w ill receive a bonus o f $250. W eekly prizes are $25 & C ap for first place and $5 for second place. 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DAVIE JEW ELERS ' 15.: TA C EXPRESS j NAME: I ADDRESS: | DAY PHONE : NIGHT: ^ Entries Must Be Received Before 5 pm Friday WINNER j " I I I I_____ I ■ I _ _ _ _ I _ _ _ _ _ I I ■ ■ I I____ I _ _ _ _ _ I I ■■■.■■■■ 'I ~ ~ I I I I I I I I I B4- DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday, Dec. IO ,2015 tan Ni jtnuttt Uifflrcb iuUtl 1S^-' *imw Isaiah OImedo (left) and Hunter Smith won titles at 182 and 113. Slam... Continued From Page BI from getting anything and trying to get what I needed to get the win." Smith ran his junior re- cordto!5-l. “It kind of proved I can do well at (113)” he said. “I don’t need to focus on my weight. I can focus on getting better and keep on winning big tournaments. "The excitement wasn’t right when I won. It was like 20 minutes after when I was really happy about it. . I was like: ‘Wow, I really won that.’” I. Olmedo and Smith; got plenty of support from teammates. Thirteen War Eagles combined for 30 wins, including a 6-2. fifth- place effort at 132 from Traderand a 3-3, sixth-place showing at 182 by McCune. Shore (106), Bolmer (145), J. Olmedo (220) and A. OImedo (285) all went 2-2. While I. Olmedo and Smith are a combined 30-1, Traderis 15-5, followed by. McCune at 13-5, Whitley 12-3,J.Olmedo 11-4,A. Ol-. medo 11-5 and Shore 10-5. Junior Varsity Davie’s junior, varsity: wrestlers have had way too much talent for their compe­ tition. In a meet at St. Ste­ phens Nov. 24,17 War Ea­ gles went a combined 31-4. Davie got 3-0 performances from Bill Trader, Elijah .Gillis, Joseph Myers and Issac Arco. Cody Taylor, Colby Shore, Peyton Sher­ rill,Logan WilIiams1Robert. Mariche, Andy Flores and Austin Smith went 2-0. Go­ ing 1-0 were Mason Hollar and Bryson Hunter. AmeetatW estW iIkes on Dec. 5 brought more of the same. Twelve Davie guys combined for 29 wins against seven losses. Nolan Osborne, Gillis, Neil Spark, Will Allen, Smith and Hunter ali went 3-0 to finish first in their respective weight classes. Trader and Strickland went 2-1 to place second. Taylor, Myers and Spencer Hoke went 2-1 to take third. . War Eagle Swim Teams Beat Parkland Even with only six swim­ mers, Davie’s girls pulled out a 75-73 win over Park­ land on Nov. 30. The Da-' vie boys won. comfortably, 117-35. The 200,.medley relay teams swept both boys and girls events. The girls team of Victoria Sinopoli, Maria Stillson, Katie Shoaf and Alexa Hutton finished at 2:07.02. The boys team of Hunter Thurlo, Cameron Ogle, Tyler Osborne and Drue Parker finished with a time of 2:00.90. In the 200 free, Katie Shonf and Cameron Ogle won the event for both teams. Shoaf finished at 2:22.33 and Ogleat 2:1654;. Parker and Micah Little finished second and third behind Ogle to sweep the podium for the Davie boys. Alexa Hutton won the 200 IM1 finishing with a time of 2:39:39. Jackson Coates finished second for Davie's boys in the 2001M„ In the 50 free, Maria Stillson continued her domi­ nation in that.event, winning with a time of 26.33: Wyatte Copeland (24.64), Johnson.. Marklin (26.07) and Tyier Osbome (27.11) swept the event with first, second and thirdplaces: Davie also dominated . the next three individual events (100 fly, 100 free and 500 free), winning all three for both the boys and girls. Sinopoli and Cam Fearringtonwonthe 100 fly. . Hutton and Fearrington both won in the 100 free, which also secured two first-place., individual finishes for the night. Marklin and Coates ,were second and third be­ hind Fearrington in the 100 free. Shoaf and Thurlo won the 500 free. Shoaf also won . both of her individual events of the night. In the 200 free relay, Fearrington, Coates,. Marklin and Copeland won the event, finishing with a time of 1:4532. Stillson won-:her other individual event, finishing first in the' 100. back just ahead of teammate Victoria. Sinopoli. Copeland won the 100. back for the boys to claim two individual first places. Thurloand Harrison Shives finished, second and third behind him. Hailey Molloywonthe 100 breast, finishing with a time of 1:31.23. Meredith Vines was third behind her. Cam Ogle finished second in the., same event for.the boys. In the 400 free relay, Davie swept both the boys and girls event to finish first. For the girls, Hutton, Shoaf1 Sinopoli and Stillson took first with a time of 4:20.43. For the. boys, Fearrington, Coates, Markliri and Co­ peland finished first with a time of 353.38. WSSU Invitational On Dec. 5, nine freshmen and sophomores competed for Davie in the 13th-annual Winston-Saleni State Invi­ tational.The girls finished : eighth out of 12 teams and the boys I lth out of 13. "Obviously we were not at full strength since we were swimming with five, boys and four girls,” coach David Koontz said. “Our main objective was to come away with some good swims and hopefully, improved times,” / In the 200 medley relay, the girls team .of Sinopoli, . Molloy, Hutton and Hannah Williams finished seventh to score 14 points. The boys team of Shives, Mikhail Harris, Coates-arid Little finished IOth to score .six • points. "Coates had a great swim in the 100 IM1 which is a special event for this meet and finished fifth overall,” Koontz said. “He had a great swim and was super close to making the podium,” . . Huttonhadherbesttime of the year in the 50 free, finishing sixth overall, and also in the 100 free, finish­ ing fifth. “I was very pleased with her performances,” he said. “Molloy arid Williams also irriproved their 50 free times arid swam well." . Sophomore Victoria Sin­ opoli had the most outstand­ ing individual performance for Davie, finishing second in both the 100 fly and 100 back. “She was barely out- touched at the wall in the IOO fly by another.swimmer, but she swam very well overall,” he said, Davie will be swimming in a tri-meet Dec. IO against Reynolds and Reagan at WSSU. Davie's junior varsity boys basketball team ripped off three wins in four days last week to remain unbeat­ en on the young season. The first win was 54- 48 over visiting Alexander Central on Dec. I. With the score 31-30 in Dayie's favor, it was anybody’s game going into the fourth/ Colerrian Sell’s eight points : and Jacob Hendrix’s six in. the fourth - along with Ross Starnes’ 3-pointef - allowed Davie to hold on. Starnes’ dagger from downtown came When Da­ vie was nursing a one-point lead. “I said: ‘No, no, no,”’ coach Bruce Wallace said. “It went in and I was like: ‘OK, nice shot.’. “They’re disciplined and they cut all over the place. So we played pretty well;” Sell led with 17 points, followed by Hendrix with • 10- . . • • "Sell had some nice as- . sists,” Wallace said. “Sell ' . and Hendrix can score. Hen- : drix had 20 last game. He missed layups or he would . have had 20 as well.” Davie got eight from Troy Griggs and seven each from Starnes and Owen McCormack. Broc Bamette was relentless on the boards. “He probably had 20 re­ bounds,” he said. One day later/the War Eagles had jittle trouble defeating host Central Da- , vidson 65-51. Hendrix was the story, scoring 16 of his 20 points in the first half. His outburst gave Davie a commanding 38-23 lead. “He’s got a complete game and that mid-range jump shot,” Wallace said: "He can take it to the rim. He’s a smooth left-handed ,player." Sell had 15 points. On top of that, Wallace said: “I was happier with the way he passed the ball.” Starnes, who. was aver­ aging 35 points, went for 14 points while nailing three of the tearri’s six 3-pointers. “He’s kind of our wild­ card,” he said. “He gets his shots off penetration. He’ll move with the ball and he’ll get his shot. And he passes it well. He goes to the rim. He does it all.” In Friday’s home re­ match with Central David­ son, Davie’s lead after the third quarter was only 35- 33. Then the War Eagles got serious, producing a 23-8 run and winning 58-41 to improve their record to 4-0. “We finally got after: loose balls,” Wallace said. “They were getting all the hustle plays, and twice Bar­ nette got on the floor. Mason Wilson got a steal and we did a great job of breaking the press .” In the first quarter, Sell went off for 12 points, hit­ ting; three 3-pointers and staking Davie to a 16-10 advantage. Central rallied in the second quarter to tie things at 22. Sell banged his fourth and fifth 3s in the third as Davie inched ahead by two. Sell went scoreless in the fourth, but it didn't matter because Davie got eight from Hendrix and four from both Barnette and Griggs. Also, Stames hit the team’s seventh 3-ball in the fourth. "It's like this group needs to get in trouble before they realize: lOht I need to pick it up,”' he said. “We started being strong with the ball and stopped turning it over Senior Profile C atchingup with ... TYipp Kelly (football) When you were growing up, what did you want ic be? Surgeon. The biggest pet peeve I have is when: People bite their fork when they eat. If I could have one super power, it would be: Tele­ kinesis. What’s the funniest moment in your sports career: The PAT attempt where Chris. Reynolds scrambled, threw it to Cooper Wall who then threw it to Ben Ellis. What’s the proudest moment in your sports career? Playing with Davie County written on niy chest. Ifyou could turn back time arid witness one event, what would it be? 2006 Stanley Cup Finals where Carolina .defeated the Edmontor Oilers in Game 7. Who is the funrijest teammate? ' Jonn Young. Which teammate is happiest after a win? Ben Ellis. Hobbies: Sports and video games: Athletes I most.admire: Micheal Jordan, Cam Ward and Wayne Gretzky.; Interesting fact about myself: I have recently: started playing ice hockey. What I like most about Davie High: Sports, coaches and the support pf the Davie Crazies. If I could do one thing better, it would be: Study and read more. Person I’d most like to meet (dead or aiive): Waync Gretzky. If you could have a date wit h a celebrity, who would it be? Jennifer Aniston. Post-school ambition: Wake Forest University or Easi Carolina University to major in Pre-Medicine; If you hit the lottery, what’s the first thing you’d do? Pay off my college tuition, invest in a mutual fund and buy a Porsche, DAVIE COUNTY ENT ERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10 ,2015 - B5 Guilford Bound Davie softball player Julie Gough signs with Guilford College. Standing behind her are, from left: mother Ella, sister Jessica and father Buddy. Sell, Hendrix Lead JVs To Three Wins in the fourth.” Sell and Hendrix fin­ ished with 20 and 14points, respectively, and they’re averaging ,17.7 and 16. Mc­ Cormack was, third with seven points. “Hendrixdidn’tplay well for three quarters, but he resppnded in the fourth,” Wallace said. Davic 54, Alexander Central 48 - Coleman Sell 17, Jacob Hendrix 10,TToy Griggs 8, Ross Starnes 7, Owen McCormack 7, Broc; Bamette 2, Jalen Redmond 2, Mason Wilson I. Davie 65, C- Davidson 51 - Jacob Hendrix 20, Cole­ man Sell 15, Ross Starnes 14, Mason Wilson 5, Jalen Redmond 5; Broc Barnette. 4, Jake Mabe 2. Davie 58, C. Davidson 41 - ColemanSelI 20, Jacob Hendrix 14, Owen McCor­ mack 7, Broc Barnette 5, Troy Griggs 4, Ross Stames 4, Mason Wilson 2, Jalen Redmond 2. A flred-up coach Mike Absher sends Dylan Shoffner to the scorer’s table to report it Three... Continued From Page BI 72-60. “That showed a lot of mental toughness on our part,” coach Mike Absher said. “We neverpanicked.” Wall fired a 3-pointer from the comer. He was knocked to the floor. The shot swished. Then he con­ verted the free throw, the four-point play driving a stake through AC’s heart and pushing Davie’s lead to 60-52. “That’s one of our better inbound plays,” Absher said. “We ran it perfect and Cooper made a big shot. No question, that was a turning point in the game.” If the Cougars had any­ thing left after Wall’s shot, they^idn’Aiuhen McDaniel buried a 3 from the other comer with 1:18 left. That made it 66-57. “It was one of those ... yeah, great shot,” Absher said. "He shot with confi­ dence.” Wall had a team-high ' 18 points. Starnes had 14 points and six assists. Mc­ Daniel had 13 points, six " rebounds and four assists. SIabach had 10 points. Dylan Shoffner had six points and four rebounds. Heiner had four points, three assists and two steals. Mua had four points and nine rebounds. “I’d love to play with Starnes because he sees the floor, and he’ll hit you when you’re open,” Absher Facing Central David­ son on the road in the first of two matchups in three days, Davie showed re­ solve in a 73-72 nail-biter. Central shooter Connor Jarvis took Davie to school in the first quarter, scoring 15 points and putting the War Eagles in a 23-10 hole. Absher regrouped, , rotating Heiner, McDaniel and Brandon Horton on Jarvis. Heiner was the pri­ mary defender. He stuck to Jarvis like a 39-dollar suit. The result: Jarvis didn’t hit another field goal. He hit three free throws to finish with 18 points. “They were shooting the lights out and we went to a box-and-one and a triangle-and-two,” Absher said. “In the second half, Heiner had (Jarvis) the entire time.’’ Central’s JaQuan Daw­ son came off the bench for 10 points in the second quarter, and the Spartans held a 43-33 lead at the half. The action was crazy in the fourth. With Da­ vie behind 68-66, Stames pulled off his five-point possession. He hit a free throw, then missed the sec­ ond. Mua got the rebound; Starnes hit a layup and was fouled. He missed the subsequent free throw, but Mua grabbed the rebound - again. Then Stamcs pulled up for a 16-footer that pro­ vided a 71-68 lead. “His physical strength to take the contact and get the ball to go in (on the and-one) ... he's just a tough competitor men­ tally,” Absher said. “Two otherbig plays were L.P.’s offensive rebounds on those missed free throws.” Davie had a 71-70 lead with 1:09 remaining, but it turned it over. Central hit two free throws for a 72-71 lead. When Davie missed a shot and Central controlled the rebound, Davie was in trouble. But Wall inspired roars from the visitors’ crowd by getting a steal at; halfcourt and driving hard to the hole. The whistle blew. The call was a block­ ing foul. Wall swished both free throws to give Davie the 73-72 lead with 29 seconds on the clock. After Davie missed the front end of a one-and-one, CD called timeout with 15 seconds left. Jarvis got an Open look from the left wing. Wall ran at him and the shot missed as the hom sounded. Wall hit four 3s to score 20 points. Stames had 19 and McDaniel 18. It was Davie’s first one-point game in three years. In the 2013 Central Piedmont Conference Tournament semifinals - when Davie had a star-studded lineup of Caleb M artin, Cody Martin, Austin Hatfield, Taylor Hatfield and Ken­ yon Tatum - it beat Reagan 66-65. The rematch against Central Davidson at Davie on Dec. 4 went better than Absher could have script­ ed. Davie rolled 83-61 as it delivered breathtaking shooting from bcyond-Ae« arc. The War Eagles nailed nine 3-pointers in the first half, resulting in a 44-30 halftime lead. After failing to score at Central.Slabach came out on fire. In the first half, Slabach hit four 3s. W ll Shepherd, who hadn’t scored all year, jumped off the bench and banged a pair of 3s. Freshman Mi­ chael Walton, who had two points at Central, connect­ ed twice from downtown. “We said the first four minutes were going to be the biggest part of the game, and we came out with a lot of energy,” Ab- sher said. “Slabach's start was huge in that. He was probably not a high priority (on their scouting report). I really think we have a good shooting team. We have practiced the heck out of it, especially in the offseason. We’ve all been kind of waiting for that one night when we make a bunch.” Ten seconds into the second half, McDaniel hit a 3 from NBA range. Later in the third, he hit Davie’s Iith and final 3, and the margin grew to 73-49. Eleven War Eagles cracked the scoring col­ umn, led by Slabach’s 18, McDaniej’s 13, Walton’s 10 and Wall’s 10. "We’ve got other guys who can come in and con­ tribute,” he said. “Boy, did they hold true to that.” Meanwhilel Heinerdid more splendid work on Jarvis, who scored just eight points. He had one point at halftime. He only managed two when guard­ ed by Heiner, whose re­ lentlessness is infectious. Oh, there’s also this: In the game at Central, he dove to the fourth row to save a ball. And this: In the home -game-against GrDavidsotK- play was stopped due to a wet spot on the floor. Heiner grabbed a towel and wiped it up. Afterward: he probably washed the uniforms. ‘That's not who guards you at Catawba College Absher praised. “He's got more energy than the Ener­ gizer Bunny." Davie 72, Alexander Central 60 - Cooper Wall 18, Nic Stames 14,Jordan McDaniel 13. Heath Sla- bach IOlDyIanShoffner6. Cory Heiner 4, L.P. Mua 4. Gabe GonnelIa 2, Michael Walton I. Davie 73, C. Davidson 72 - CooperWaII 20. Nic Stames 19, Jordan McDan- iel'18, Cory Heiner6, L.P. Mua 6, Michael Walton 2, Gabe Gonneila 2. Davie 83, C. Davidson 61 - Heath Slabach 18, Jor­ dan McDaniel 13,Michael Walton 10, Cooper Wall 10, Cory Heiner 7, Will Shepherd 6, Peyton Hamp­ ton 5, Dylan Shoffner 4. Gabe GonneIla4, L.P. Mua 4, Nic Stames 2. 1 Jordan McDaniel looks to penetrate. Cooper Wall attacks Ihe basket. Cory Heiner stays on the floor after a jump ball gives Central Davidson possession. CooperWaII hits a 3-pointer. In middle, L.P. Mua draws a foul. At right, M ikeAbsherreactsto a bIockcaIiagainst Davie. - Photos by Brian Pltts B6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 Continued From Pugc BI Slabach popped a 3 with 1:33 to play. Chavis coun­ tered with a 3, and it was 50-46 with 1:20 left. Zaf­ eratos dropped the hammer on a drive and pull-up shot. “It was a gutsy perfor­ mance,” Ruemenapp said. “I mean we are so banged up and sick. Sha’veh Mar­ tinez was doing a great job on (Chavis before suffering a knee injury). She had really contained her in the first half pretty well. It was so sad to see her go down. Patterson Jones is dinged up. Everybody is playing but of position. We con­ tained (Chavis) enough, got enough stops and found enough ways to score.” Hampton was huge with 16 points and 13 rebounds, hitting 8-of-12 "s.ols. Zaf- eratos scored a season-high 15 on 6-of-12 shooting. After scoring 13 points in a four-game span, Slabach came up with 12. Martinez scored a season-high six, hitting two3s, before going down. “Ashlyn hasn't been feeling well for two days,” he said. “She went home and got enough rest to be able to play. She gave us everything she had. Emma is still not (100 percent) healthy.” Two days later, Davie held off Central Davidson in Mocksville. This one wasn’t easy, either. Hamp­ ton delivered a go-ahead, three-point play to lift Da-. vie to a 60-57 win and improve its record to 4-3. Hampton was the tip of the sword with 23 points on 9-of-ll shooting. Sla- bach scored 13. Peebles contributed 10 career-high points and nine team-high rebounds. Zaferatos had eight points, five assists and . only two turnovers. Jones chipped in six points. Slabach and Chavis put on a show in the first quar­ ter. Slabach hit two of her three 3s to score 10. Chavis hit two 3s and scored 12.of her 20 as C. Davidson took a 17-15 lead. It rem ained tig h t . throughout. Peebles attempted one 3-pointer all game and she. hit it. And, boy.it was a big' one, cutting the Spartans’ lead to 57-56 with 50 sec­ onds remaining. “She has those kind of abilities,” Ruemenapp said., “It just hadn't come out yet. She started getting re­ bounds on both ends. I told them we’re going to dump it into Ashlyn. They’re not going to let her shoot. and somebody is going to be open. Boom, there she was (at the top of the key). We’re sick, injured and tired and somebody has to step up. And Caitlyn stepped up huge in the second half. I’m hoping that shot is going to be a huge confidence-booster for her.” Zaferatos’ and Jones’ defense on Chavis was in­ valuable. Zaferatos denied her the ball on an inbounds at halfcourt, and C. David­ son committed a backcourt Assistant coach Marnic Lewis gives a few pointers to his bench during a game at Central Davidson, violation. When Jones missed a baseline runner for the lead, Hampton yanked down the rebound, scored and was fouled with 25 seconds to go. She hit the free throw to give Davie a 59-57 lead. “She has been some kind of warrior,” he said. “She hasn’t been feeling well all week. She kept playing and never complained. She’s just a big-time player. She knows how to compete." On C. Davidson’s next possession, Jones got her hand on a pass, a scrum en­ sued and resulted in a tie-up situation. With 11 seconds left, the arrow belonged to Davie. “Patterson was guarding the inbounder on all those (key) possessions, and one. lime she forced a backcourt tiVmelaITjumpeda out and Ash|yn Hampton nits a iayup. At right, the 6-1 center tries to block a shot. - Photos by Brian Pltts guarded (Chavis) and made ............... sure the ball went in some­ body else’s hands.” Zaferatos hit a big free throw to make it 60-57. Aftershe missed the second attempt, Chavis wound up with the ball and attempted a game-tying 3 right before the buzzer. It missed. “Patterson picked her up and made her shoot a much harder shot” he said. “I mean she did some huge things that don't show up in the stats, but they made a big difference.” Atkins 55, Davie 38 - Ashlyn Hampton 16, Cait- Iyn Peebles 9, Madison Zaferatos 6. Sha’veh Mar­ tinez 3, Liz Crenshaw 2, Patterson Jones 2. Alexander Central 52, Davie 44 - Ashlyn Hamp­ ton 25, Madison Zaferatos 10, Emma Slabach 7, Pati . terson Jones 2. Davie 54, C. David­ son 48 - Ashlyn Hamptoii 16, Madison Zaferatos 15, EmmaSlabach 12,Sha'veh Martinez 6, Caitlyn Peebles 3, Patterson Jones 2. . Davie 60, C. Davidson 57 - Ashlyn Hampton 23, Emma Slabach 13, Caitlyn Peebles 10, Madison Zaf­ eratos 8, Patterson Jones 6; I C. Davidson Jordan Chavis draws attention from PattersOn Jones (3) and Emma Slabach. CuitRA ~n squares up for a jumper during Davie's 54-48 win at Central Davidson. Caitlyn Peebles shoots inside. At right, Emma Slabach hits a fourth-quarts. 3-pointer. 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J I/ MOTHER GOOSE & GRIMM BY MIKE PETERS rm ST VOU ALWAVS CHECK VOUR MESSAGES IN & E P T 'lu iji AUi.t « j|l -v TU N D R A H I JUST SOT SACK I FROM THE OPTOMETRIST % ANR MY COALS ARE STILL PILATEP. REDMECK ICE FISHIMG DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 - Cl Davie County High School dance students rehearse for this week's winter dance concert. - Photos by Robin Snow Listen To The Movement Davie High Dance Concert Thursday ; Friday By Mike Barnhardt Enterprise Record Brianna Lyons and Kayla Moore are juniors at Davie High School. They are students in Teni Winchell's dance class. And they're Christians. The two are among the danc­ ers to be featured at the winter dance concert, "Listen To the Movement," Dec. 10-11 at 7 nightly at the Brock Performing Arts Center in Mocksville. BriannaandKaylaare choreographers for the dance, "Through Me." "It's about giving up on things you are not proud of to God - and freeing yourself from it," Brianna said. 'Throughout the dance, you can see the relief, see the dancers struggling.” Jordan Hein and Mary Ellen Lewis are choreographers for the dance, "The Colors Within." The dancers hold canvas signs, integrating an element of art into the dance. Jessica Boner, choreographer for "Flashbacks Into Truth," has the dancers all wearing differ- . ent costumes, not necessarily what is expected. "The whole point is about people who may tell you ...judge you ... decide to be friends with people who like you for you - not how you : dress," she said. "Some people feel like they need to dress up because someone else thinks they should." LilliButterfieldhadtpchopse two disciplines for her dance. She chose movements and psychology for "Golden Gate.” . The dance is a study in how depression affects movement. "It's very slow. It's also very personal and it's very good to get it out," the sophomore said. Twins Karina and Karen Cis­ neros are choreographers for the dance, "My Mirror My Soul." Karen said: "Around school, a lot ofkids try to make people like them, this choreography is about letting that go and being yourself." Jessabel Obrero is chore­ ographer for the lively dance, "Euphoria." She said it is about school, mostly athletics. Other dances in the concert: "Seasons" by Dance Com­ position students: "Music In Motion" by children in the Music-N-Motion class at Cor- nat2er Elementary, orchestrated by Davie High student Jordan Hein; "Storybook Ballet" cho­ reographed by Winchell and the Mary E||en Lew j's (right) talk Please See Dance • Page cio about their choreographies. Jessica Boner (above) and mlcd Brianna Lyons is a junior. Students show their emotions on canvas during this dance. Students integrate more than once discipline into their original dances. C2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 Advance Birthday Celebration Peggy Daniel Tutterow (seated, center) celebrated her 85th birthday with an early surprise birthday weekend. On Saturday, Nov. 21, she was treated with a birthday dinner at The Tavern in Old Salem with family and friends from Mocksville, South Carolina and Georgia. On Sunday, Nov. 22, everyone attended church with her at First Baptist of Salisbury, followed by lunch at Sweet Meadow Cafe, Salisbury, where she received gifts and had cake. She was born on Dec. 1,1930. 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H IL L SD A L EREAL ESTATE CROUP AU Jn For You 5539 Hwy 158, Suite 101, Advance, NC 27006 (336)998-1967 SI S i info@hillsdaleregroup.com Red Cross Blood Drive Here Tuesday, Dec. 27 The American Red Cross Christmas will be. I decided encourages eligible donors that I would face my fears to end the year with real and do one of the few things meaning by donating blood I can do to help save somc- ror Hospital patients in need, one’s life — donate blood.” Holiday activities, se- Healthy donors with vere weather and season- all blood types are need- al illnesses, like the Au, ed, especially those with can pull people away from types AB1 0 , B negative their regular blood donation and A . negative. To make schedules. This creates a an appointment to donate greater need for blood do- blood, download the free nations this time of year, Red Cross Blood Donor especially around the winler App from app stores, visit holidays. redcrossblood.org or call To encourage donations, 1-800-RED CROSS fl­ ail those who donate Dec. 800-733-2767). Donors can 23-Jan. 3 will get a long- use the Blood Donor App to sleeved Red Cross T-shirt. access their donor card and Jamie Czesak made her view vital signs from previ- first blood donation on Dec. ous donations. . 27,2013. A blood drive will be “As I spent Christmas held from 2-6:30 p.m. on with my family, I realized Tuesday, Dec. 27 at the Da- how lucky I was to have my vie County Public Library, health and how we never 371 N. Main St., Mocks- really know when our last ville. Dy Edith Zimmerman Advance Correspondent The Community Fair and Christmas Tree Lighting was a great success this past weekend with many in the community participating. This was a first event. The children especially enjoyed the tree lighting. Ministers from Mocks and EIbavilIe churches led parts of the services. Following the service, refreshments were served. I was the recipient of a bag of cookies brought to me by a neighbor. There will be an Angel Tree for Christmas this year. On the tree there will be names of people who might not receive gifts for Christ­ mas without our help. There will be a list of items and sizes to help us know what to shop for. We need an idea of how many individuals we can help. There is a sign up sheet in the Advance United Methodist Church narthex if you would like to be an "Angel" this year. Thanks for your help Lighting of the Advent Wreath has been done for the past two Sundays at AUMC. The first candle lit was a candle for Hope. This past Sunday was a candle lit for Peace. A song "Let There Be Peace On Earth" was sung by the chancel choir. Young church mem­ bers are taking part in this event which is inspirational. The Advance Christmas parade will be Saturday, Dec. 12. Come out and en­ joy. Saturday, Dec. 5 was a pig occasion for the First /Baptist Church youth. Their program was titled “Christ­ mas Day Event.” Starting jat 11 a.m. there were many .games, with prizes. Good , fellowship and fun was !enjoyed by all. At 12:30 a lunch was enjoyed with the activities lasting into the af­ ternoon. Sympathy to the family of Wilma Potts Phelps. She died recently after years of declining health. Also sym­ pathy to the family of Jim­ my Lee Myers who died Monday after suffering a severe stroke. Vickie Chandler is re­ covering satisfactorily from recent surgery. We wish her a speedy recovery. A prayer shawl was on the altar Sun­ day at the Methodist church to touch with blessings, and later given to Vickie wish­ ing her well. Get-well wishes go to Ralph and Josie Montgom­ ery, Lucy Barney, Gaye Wade, D.C. Blakley , Nan­ cy McKnight, Bobbie Fer­ guson, "Tot" Faulkner, and others on our prayer list. Volunteers To Wrap Gifts For Relay For Life Volunteers will be wrap- Proceeds support the ping gifts Sunday, Dec. Davie Farm Bureau/Union 13 and Sunday, Dec. 20 Chapel United Methodist from 1:30 until dark at the ChurchRelayforLifeteam. WalMart in Mocksville. Start Off The New Year With Free Walk, Jog Those New Year’s reso- on sidewalks in Mocksville. Iutions aren't that far away. Participants will get tick- The Davie Family ets along the route for door YMCA will host free 1.5 prizes, mile and 3 mile walks, or To learn more, call Dave jogs at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. Salmon at 492-2360. I .Theeventis untimed, held ’^■|ecor FjBaArts' Pqitory Pjewqiry WMa 5 0 » o : f f !#S|ibes .Accepting • ^ Furniture .aiid . Home Decor for . Consignment N e w S t o r e H o u r s : M o n . - S a t . I O a m - 8 p m ; S u n , 1 2 - 6 p m 814 S. MAIN ST., MOCKSVILLE, NC 27028 • 336-940-8253 Saturday Breakfast To Benefit Just Hope First Presbyterian Church in downtown Mocksville, will host a community breakfast on Saturday, Dec. 12 from 7-10 a.m. Ttie menu includes scrambled eggs, country ham, ba­ con, sausage patties, grits, cooked apples, biscuits and milk gravy. Donations will be accepted for Just Hope, a com­ munity outreach agency with a mission to help others help themselves. Breakfast SaturdayAt Farmington Methodist Farmington United Methodist Church, 1939 Farming­ ton Road, Mocksville, will host a community breakfast from 7-10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 12. The menu will include pork tenderloin, sausage, gravy, eggs, grits, stewed apples, biscuits, breakfast casserole, coffee and orange juice. Donations will be accepted. ‘Happy Days Christmas’ SundayAt New Union New Union United Methodist Church will present the . Christmas play “Happy Days Christmas,” Sunday at 6 p.m. Everyone is invited. The church is at Sheffield and County Line roads. Blaise Breakfast To Benefit Children’s Outreach Ministries A community breakfast will be held from 6-10:30 a.m. Saturday. Dec. 12 at Blaise Baptist Church, 134 Blaise Church Road, Mocksville. The menu includes pancakes, bacon, sausage, eggs, grits, hashbrowns, biscuits, toast and coffee for $8. Pro­ ceeds go to ministries such as Upward basketball and cheerleading, camps and more.To leant more, contact min­ istry director, Gregg Marshall, at 909-2214. Breakfast, Live Nativity SaturdayAt Oak Grove A community breakfast including photos with Santa will be held from 7-10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 12 at Oak Grove United Methodist Church, 1994 US 158, Mocksville. The menu includes country ham, sausage, eggs, biscuits, gravy, grits and apples. Donations will be accepted. A live nativity will be held from 6-9 that evening. Holy C ross Lutheran C hristm as Program Sunday Holy Crass Lutheran Church with have its Christmas program Sunday, Dec. I, after the 9 a.m. worship service. The program, titled "Travelers from Afar,” will be pre­ ceded by a continental brunch, sponsored by the evange­ lism committee. AU are welcome. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 - C3 Center Plans Holiday Social A holiday social will be Mocksville. on Monday, held at the Davie Wellness Dec. 14 from 4-6:30 p.m. Center. 142 Gaither St., with fun and activities. T h e G rin c h H e re S a tu r d a y Ornaments For Sale The Grinch will arrive at Davie County Public Library on Saturday, Dec. 12, at 10:30 a.m . The annual Mocksville Christm as tree or- All ages are welcome to this free holiday program. The Youth Services Departm ent offers nam ent is a tractor this year, but the town seasonal stories, crafts, snacks and an opportunity to take photographs with the Grinch. and Davie Cham ber of Com m erce have past Bring your own cam era for som e family fun. ornam ents for sale, as well. Cancer Transitions Interest Sought CenterPoint’s Davie Wellness Center is looking to see if there is interest in a “Cancer Transitions” workshop here. Cancer Transitions is a 2.5 hour, four-week work­ shop designed to help cancer survivors make the transition from active treatment to post-treat- mentcare. Panelists including doc­ tors, nutritionists and fit­ ness experts will discuss exercise tailored to each participant’s ability, train­ ing in relaxation and stress management, and tips for nutritious eating. Participants also meet other survivors and can learn how to live a more positive life. At least eight people must commit before the class can be offered, said Meenal Khajuria, commu­ nity program coordinator at the Davie Wellness Cen­ ter. They can be cancer pa­ tients or their caregivers. If interested, contact Khajuria at 336-528-0578 or mkhajttria@cphs.org. Discounts Offered For PetAdoptions Xander is a white and black Cocker Spaniel mix. Xander’s estim ated date of birth is April 5. He is a peppy puppy looking for his forever home. He is neutered and up-to-date. He is a cuddly fellow who likes to curl up in laps. Until Jan. 1 X ander's Adoption fee is $25 off. Her royalty, D uchess, is a lovely lady with fancy white boots. Her estim ated date of birth is Nov. 10, 2012. S he is up-to-date on vaccinations, cat-friendly, and a total sweetie. She loves attention from people and is cuddly. S he would love to move out and into a forever home. Until Jan. 1, her adoption fee is $25 off. To adopt these or other available pets from the Hum ane Society of Davie County, fill out an adoption application at www.davienchumane.org or call 751 -5214. CharIleCmshaw Chuck GujjHer !5 years eimerience 9 0 9 - 1 0 4 2 W J N G O 's I Q T H R Q C4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,201S Cooleemee By KC Smith Cooieemee Correspondent Fire Chief Doug Arledge presented three awards at the annual Christmas Party on Saturday, Dec. 6. The department feasted on steaks, baked potatoes and Conner HennelIy re­ ceived the Chief’s Award. He has been with the de­ partment for two years. Hennelly was involved in two CPR compressions in which the patients were re­ vived and transported to the hospital. Matthew Cruz received the Rookie of the Year award. Cruz has been with the department for about six months and has come a long way by devoting a lot of heart and dedication, the chief said. He is receiving EMT training. James Osbome received the Firefighter of the Year award. While being a rookie he has been working on his EMT training. His dedica­ tion and seeking education were qualities noted. Os­ borne is also in the National Guard. Saturday, Dec. 5, the Christmas Party was held at the Zachary House. Pastor Allen Mullins read the Biblical Christmas Story. Barbara Carter led the large group in carols, seven home baked cakes were sliced and served, hot- dogs were served fresh off the grill, hot cocoa wanned the hands while parents and children stood in line to talk to Santa. Cooleemee Fire Chief Doug Arledge presents the Rookie of the Year award to Matthew Cruz (left) rge candy canes were and the Chief’s Award to Conner Hennelly (right). Not pictured: Jam es Osborne, Firefighter of the handed out to all the chil- year, dren. The air was cold but the warm fire pits helped. The historic museum was open and many visited inside to see the children's tall cedar tree that had been decorated. What a great way to start the Christmas season. Contact me at: mvw.cool- eemeenews@gmail.com or 336.250.1133.1 would love to hear from you. Tyler, Shyler, Dale and Se riman. wSsSSiSB i'J Madison Campbell, Shay Brown holding Kyndle Glass, Taylor and Johnny Brown. 11 I PastorAIIen Mullins reads the Christmas story from the Bible. The fire pit is a popular hangout on the cool Cooleemee evening ; and Blair Lewis with great-grandpa Jim Feimster. County Line____________ Keegan, Mallory and Jackson Wooten: Bryce and Audrey Anderson, Anna Waugh and Charley Dyson with Santa. By Shirley Thorne County Line Correspondent December continues to be a busy time in County Line. There are many private par­ ties and family gatherings. Christmas decorations are going up inside and outside homes. Then this past week­ end, some of us took time to watch the Panthers make it 12-0 and Clemson beat Car­ olina for the ACC football championship. The Baptist Men of So­ ciety will meet at 7 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 12 in the All of us in County Line fellowship hall. The men also welcome them into our invite others for breakfast church community, and prayer. The group will Upcoming community discuss projects and needs events include a country in the community. ham and sausage breakfast The Women on Missions hosted by the Salem United of Society Baptist will cel- Methodist Men from 6-10 ebrate Christmas with a a.m. Saturday, Dec. 19 in the Dutch-treat dinner at 4 p.m. fellowship hall; Live Nativ- at the K&W Cafeteria of ity from 5-8 p.m. Saturday, Statesville on Thursday, Dec. 19. at Society Baptist; Dec. 17. MaryJo Lewis will "Christmas Program" at 6 present a program on Miss p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19 at Lottie Moon, Southern Bap-. Piney Grove AME Zion; tist missionary to China for Christmas cantata at 9:30 whom the annual Southern worship service Sunday, Baptist International Mis- Dec. 20 at Salem Melhod- sions Offering is named, ist; Christmas fellowship The women invite others. dinner at noon Sunday, Dec. Matthew 25 Ministry of 20 at Pleasant View Bap- _________________________ Hmnony sotos families list; "Chrisimas ProEram" Rilynn Bailey takes a nap In Santa's lap; and Blaire and Troy Lewis enioy the visit . of need. -The organization, at 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 20 has a great need for non- at Calvary Baptist; "Ser- perishable grocery items, vice of Longest Night" at For donations or more in- 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 21 at formation, please call Alice Clarksbury United Method- C. Waugh on 704-546-5859. ist; "Christmas Program" at Through the years a fa- 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 23- vored event at Christmas at Clarksbury United Meth- has been Santa visiting with odist; "Christmas Program" children. Last Saturday at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. Santa and one of his elves 23 at Salem United Meth- visited with children at odist; and "Christmas Eve Clarksbury United Method- Service" at 7 p.m.Thursday, ist Church; as our pictures Dec. 24, at Clarksbury Unit- show the children enjoyed ed Methodist, sharing with Santa their Our community sends Christmas wish lists. If you happy birthday wishes to missed Santa last week, he Mary Gaither, who cel- and Mrs. Claus will visit ebrated her 95th birthday with children at the Salem Monday of this week. Mary breakfast Saturday, Dec. 19. enjoys bingo and other se- Kendra and Cooper Hathcock and Lyla and Mason Brown visit with Santa, at the fellowship hall. Have nior adult events in our your picture made with San- community and faithfully toms and has returned to Josey remains in rehab at health problems. Remember Let us not forget what ta from 8-10 a.m. at a cost attends Clarksbury Method- Iredell Memorial Hospital. TheBridgesofStatesville. in prayer those families af- happened 74 years ago this of $2 for a 4x6 and $5 for a ist. Mary, all of us in County DavidSteelehascontinued PatSwisherremainsatThe fected by the San Bemardi- week and the lives killed 5x7; package rates are also Line hope your special day to improve since his recent Gardens of Statesville. no shooting. Also, remem- that day - Sunday, Dec. 7,. available. was great and wish you a surgery but remains in re-. Join us in prayer for the ber in prayer the shut-in 1941. As President Frank- Caivary Baptist Church happy and healthy new year hab at Bermuda Commons Lord's, divine healing and residents in our community Iin Roosevelt said, “A Date welcomed new members of life. of Davie. Charlie Ireland blessings upon Lorene, Da- and those in nursing centers WhichWiItLiveinlnfamy." BuckandMildredBenfieId Lorene B. Wallace has remains in rehab at Maple vid, Charlie, Tommy,. 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S a lisb u ry S t • M o ck sv ille, NC MINI VAN CLEARANCE! WE ACCEPT ALL TRADE INS! w ww.triadautos.com C6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Doc. 10,2015 Sheffield-Calahaln________ By Brenda Builcy Sheffield-Calahaln Correspondent It’s hard to believe Christ­ mas is two weeks away. I hope with all the hustle and bustle of this holiday sea­ son, you'll take time to re­ member the true meaning of Christmas. Birthday wishes go to those celebrating this week: Kristi Spillman, Gail Jordan and Ron Butler on Dec. 10; _________________________________ Thomas Baniey and Anne Annie Ingram and friends enjoy a bowl of vegetable soup while shopping at Pop- Richardson on Dec. ii; Iar Springs on Saturday. Bobby Keller and Melba Feimster on Dec. 12; Mary Ann Swisher and David Al­ len on Dec. 13; Tanner At­ kins on Dec. 15; and Hailey Johnson on Dec. 16. Con­ gratulations to the following couples celebrating an anni­ versary: Jimmy and Juanita Keaton on Dec. 10 and Ran­ dy and Amanda Keller on Dec. 14. If you would like an anniversary or birthday posted, please do not hesi­ tate to call or email me. Meetings at the Sheffield- CaIahaln VFD are held each Monday evening at 7. On Monday, Nov. 30, officers were elected for the year 2016: David Beck, chief; Gary Allen, assistant chief; Andy Drye1 captain; Noah Drye, first lieutenant; Andy Lawson, second lieuten­ ant; and Clayton Campbell, safety officer. Everyone in the community is proud of these guys, and all the firefighters and EMTs. We really appreciate your sac­ rifices, dedication and hard work. A fun time was had by all, both young and young at heart, at the annual Chil­ dren’s Christmas Party at the Sheffield-CalahaJn VFD on Sunday afternoon. Sev­ eral fire department trucks were on hand in addition to our own. The AirCare heli­ copter landing got the chil­ dren excited, as did Sparky the fire dog and Santa and Mrs. Claus. The children ing C h ris^ar^raft^d ? ° le T“mer and Jackson Ward play the Santa Game at the Harmony Public Library, enjoying picking feasting on a large assort- J°yce R°9ers 9‘ft bag, and Jackson shows off his goodies. ment of snacks. Our many Mocksville. Evetyone is The annual Christmas thanks to everyone who invited to come and enjoy Eve program at Ijames Bap- helped make this a special a cup of hot cider and ex- tist Church will be held at day for our children. After perience a taste of Christ- 6:30 p.m. Everyone is in- the Christmas party. Chief mas past. Local craftsman vited. The church is at Shef- David Beck and others de- have some unique crafts field and Ijames Church livered goodie bags to the and repurposed and vintage roads, children at Brenner ChiI- items for sale. Baked items, AnewSundaynightBi- dren’s Hospital. My thanks including sourdough rolls, ble Study “Authentic” will to Rachel WilsonandBran- will be available for pur- begin at Ijames in January di Dryeforsharing photos, chase. While shopping, you Pastor Daniel Harmon will Our congratulations to can stop and have a bowl of teach on being an authentic KendallGobblewhogradu- homemade vegetable soup disciple of Jesus. Everyone ated from firefighter basic and a sourdough roll for a is welcome, training at Rowan-Cabairai donation, Vaudn Ellis and Liberty Wesleyan events: Community College. We Renae LaiI thank everyone on Dec. 18, the Parsonage are all proud of his accom- for making the first open Christmas Party will be at 6 piishments. house Saturday a success. p.m.; and Sunday. Dec. 20, Nothing better than the The Christmas program . a Christmas program will be smell of hot apple cider, “Happy Days Christmas” held at 6 p.m Everyone is lots of people laughing, and will be presented at New invited. Christmas lights and deco- Union United Methodist The Cantata at Commu­ tations galore to get you Church this Sunday at 6. nity Covenant Church will into the spmt of the holiday p.m. Everyone is invited. be held this Sunday at 10 45 season. The open house at On Dec. 24, an old-fash- a.m. A candlelight service Poplar Springs School did ioned Christmas Eve service will be held Sunday Dec. just that on Saturday. This will be held at 8 p.m. in the 20 at the’10:45 a.m. service, is a perfect place to find old Zion Chapel Church at Everyone is invited. The. that unique gift for some- 1436 Sheffield Road. Come church is at 1446 Sheffield one special. If you missed join us for a special service, Road. it it will bs OpCU again Hii1 ,b, singins of Christmas Community Covenant Brandi Drye - gets a hug from Saturday Iron, 10 a.m,2 carols, and enjoy some hot members will go Christmas Sparky at .the Sheffield-Calahaln - Poplar Spn,‘8s ,s at aPpIe titter and cookies. Ev- Fire'Depatment childrens' Christ- eryone is welcome. Please See S-C - Page C7 m a s party. Poplar Springs School on Ijames Chu Road, Mocksville, is decorated for holidays (above) and full of shopp (below). Vauda Ellis and Renae Lail have fun with the "lady" Christmas tree. 660 Ijames Churr*-Kendall Gobble is a firefighter basic training graduate. Madison and Brandi Drye, Brandon Cheeks, Sparky, Hunter ■------- ... — .hja .. Cartner, Andy Lawson, Bradley Beck, David and Tammy Beck Sheffield-Caiahaln Firefighters Brandon Cheeks, Sparky and Andu I and Renee Freeze deliver gift bags to Brenner Children's by nursing supervisors Amy and Ellen, are ready to deliver Christmas "if81 M"' " *■' the children at Brenner.. : ^nnstmas gooote oas DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 - C7 ■ S S S tlsttllfS Harper and Camden Dyson (left) and Zira Wilson (center) tell Santa their Christmas wishes at the Sheftield-Calahaln Fire Department's children's Christmas party; while Noah Drye and Sparky teach the children some fire safety. S-C Continued From Page C6 Dec. 23 from 7-8 p.m., leav­ ing the church at 7 and go­ ing to parsonage afterwards for refreshments. Devoted Together will perform at The Komer Deli Saturday. Upcoming per­ formances: MJ & Friends (Mona Jo Griffin) on Jan. 9; Lost & Found on the 16th, Fox Mountain Entertainers on the 23rd, and Hazy Ridge Bluegrass on the 30th. Everyone had a great time at the "'Christmas" Storytime this week at the Harmony Public Library with music, stories, snacks, a Santa game and Miss San­ dra helping make construc­ tion paper stockings and pipe cleaner candy canes, and then the children got to pick a present out of Santa's bag. Come to the Harmony Li­ brary to learn how to make homemade sugar scrubs Saturday at 2 p.m. AU sup- plies are provided. Register by calling 704-546-7086. Mrs. Claus will visit the library on Thursday, Dec. 17 from 5:30-7 p.m. Bring the children to visit. Give her your wish list and get a candy cane from her Elf. Prayer requests continue for Madeline Lapish, J.W. Keaton1Melvin AIlred1Tom Cloer, G.H. Goforth, Bryan Swain, Jean Reavis, Bon­ nie Gunter, Lori Dyson, Villard Beck, Fred Roth, Bertie Stout, Sherri Dyson, Johnny Naylor, Dot Keller, ^jcJg Qf a|j Alice Absher, Elizabeth Foster, Rick Swisher, Pat Moore, Perry Cartner1 Joann Ratledge, Kathy Dumire, Jimmy Bailey, John Henry Reeves, Dan Hampton, Ed­ ward Gaither, Randy Davis and Ronald Richardson. Our sincere condolences to the Jackie Soots family and the Charles Franklin Mc- Swain family. Submit items to brjbai- ley@msn.com or call 751- 7567 no later than 9 a.m. on Monday. A % climb onto Santa's lap to tell him their Christmas wishes Canal Pino By Betty Etchison West Cana/Pino Correspondent Breakfast at Wesley Cha­ pel will be Saturday, Dec. 19. The menu will be the same, but the dlcor will be different. The fellow­ ship hall is decorated with a beautiful Christmas tree and poinsettias. Everyone is invited to have breakfast in the country on that date. The Wesley Chapel Unit­ ed Methodist Women en­ joyed a delicious Christmas dinner prepared by Kathy Ellis and Marlene Trivette. The dinner was served in the fellowship hall at 6 p.m. on Dec. 8. The husbands of the Methodist Women were special guests at this meal along with the . pastor, the Rev. Arnold Gosnell. The Methodist Women are about to complete their 2015 nut safe so contact a member of the group if you still need nuts. The members of Wesley Chapel are so happy to wel­ come new members, Dawn and Dale Ellis, to their churah. Dawn and Dale, who live in Yadkinville, recently joined the church. They have both been most helpful in preparing the food for the monthly break­ fast. Donna Ireland of Ad­ vance, district treasurer of the United Methodist Women for . six years, is leaving the post this year. On Saturday, Dec. 5, Donna had a brunch at her church, Harmony Grove United Methodist Church in Lew­ isville, to thank the women who had served as local unit treasurers in the Yadkin Val­ ley District. Each lady was invited to bring a friend. Betty West, the treasurer of the Wesley Chapel UMW, went to the brunch and took as her guest the president of her UMW1Kathy Ellis. The brunch was lovely, but it re­ ally seemed that the women of the Yadkin Valley District should have been honoring Donna, who has served so faithfully in a time-consum­ ing job. Harmony Grove UMC is the church that Donna, who now lives in Davie County, grew up in and which she still attends. She has played the organ there for41 years. The Bible Study being led by the pastor of the Farm­ ington and Wesley Chapel United Methodist churches, the Rev. Arnold Gosnell, will be held each Monday morning in December at 10 at the Farmington United Methodist Church. Every­ one is invited to join the group, which is studying the Book of Acts. Nora Latham, a resi­ dent of Somerset Court in Mocksville, attended church at Wesley Chapel on Sunday along with her friend. Violet Coursey, who lives at the Willow Pond Apartments. Vemon Dull has not been able to attend church for the last two or three weeks. Wesley Chapel people are anxiously await­ ing his return. Virginia Murray, the wife of Clyde Murray, is a patient at Autumn Care in Mocks­ ville. Virginia was moved to Autumn Care after spending several days a Forsyth Med­ ical Center. Clyde has been able to attend worship ser­ vice at Wesley Chapel since he is not Virginia’s full-time caregiver. Wesley Chapel members have been so hap­ py to have Clyde in the pew which he and Virginia faith­ fully occupied for so many years. They miss Virginia who was a loyal member and attended church regu­ larly with Clyde, as long as she was able. Clyde will be celebrating his 88th birth­ day in December. Kathy and Bob recently vacationed for a week at Myrtle Beach with their friends, Rick and Judy Wil­ son and Judy’s mother, Vio­ let Coursey, who recently moved to Mocksville from West Virginia. They enjoyed several Christmas shows as well as shopping and good seafood meals. Betty West went with her friends, Jenriy Turner and Sarah Wallace, to the 2015 FARM FRESH PORKU H atval No ArtHIdaI bnrwSantsGRAIN FEO BEEFn OROBa m i-BBnarIMUMtM Jerry & Clndy Fester (336) 998-7175 Living Christmas Tree per­ formance at the First Bap­ tist Church in Salisbury on Thursday night, Dec. 3. The music performed by the choir which made up the Living Christmas Tree was absolutely beautiful. The program entitled “Light in the Darkness" certainly set the correct tone for the celebration of Christmas. Jolette Morrison, the choir member, who invited the ladies to the performance, grew up in the Davie Acad­ emy Community and lives in Salisbury. The descendant. of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dull had their annual Christmas din­ ner at the Wesley. Chapel Fellowship Hall on Sunday, Dec. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Dull had five children; Mildred, who married Gilbert Rea­ vis; Vestal, who married Coleen Howell; DeWilla1 who married Fredrick Eu­ gene (Gene) Smith; Jimmy, who married Elizabeth (Liz) Helper: and Marlene, who married Calvin Trivette. Jimmy and Marlene are the only surviving children. Those two surviving chil­ dren. their spouses, and a number of Mr. Floyd and “Miss” Elma's grandchil­ dren and great-grandchil­ dren enjoyed their Christ­ mas dinner together. The Collettes, Nancy and Kathy, who owned Collette Art and Framing for many, many years, are building a new building in Mocksville. The new building is at US 601 and Boxwood Village Drive and is right beside the Bank of the Ozarks, which until recently was the Bank of the Carolinas. The Col­ lettes' customers are await­ ing the opening of the new Collette Art and Framing building. Nancy Collette is a resident of Pino and Kathy lives in Mocksville. Both at­ tend church at Wesley Cha­ pel. The Christmas breakfast at Wesley Chapel, three miles west of Farmington just off of NC 801 on Pino Road. We look forward to welcoming you on Dec. 19.;. . Stay focused on what’s important. Get Real life insurance. Davie County Farm Bureau Two locations to serve you • BERMUDA RUN 336.998.6521 MOCKSVILLE 336.751.6207 CS - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 Obituaries Pearl Leona Perfltt NettlesJimmy Lee Myers William Arthur ‘Bill’ Driscoll ^Mr. U e Myen1Of Ad.ai.ee died e„ly Monday William “Bill” AdhurDriscoiiJr., 75,diedDeo.6,20I5. Mn,. Peari Leon. Perii,, Neales, 97, died Thmsd.y, morning, uec. /,zuJo. He was bom in Worcester, Mass. to William and Marie Dec.3,2015. He retired from R J Reynolds after 36 years. He had Driscoll. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus. A service was held Monday, Dec. 7 at 3 pjn. at Ever- been a member of the Masomc Lodge m Advance for 44 American Legion, Elks Club, and Moose Lodge. He spent green Cemetery in Davenport, Fla..Vears and nan naan Pael UavtAr f.iriaa ^____ , , 'more than 40 years on the road as a truck driver. .... Bernice Geneva Beck Meyer e 1S Prece e in ea y ls Mrs. Bemice Geneva Beck Meyer, 89, of Sheffield andTh fh S°P J - £ D“ “ ll; Road. Mocksville, died Tuesday, Dec. I, 2015 a, Forsylh and a brother, Robert Dnscoll. MedieJ Cenler In Winslon-Slem.Survivors: his wife, Vickie Purkey Driscoll; daughter, Rhon­ da Driscoll (Jennifer Bell); a grandson, DiIlion Bently; broth- years and had been Past Master twice. Survivors: his wife, Polly Myers; 3 children, Tammy Cleary, Bobby Myers and Tim Myers (Kim Myers); 4 grandchildren, Zachary Russell-Myers, Colby Tucker, Jor­ dan and Joey Myers; 2 sisters, Jean Dzeskewicz of Win­ ston-Salem and Pat Idol of Kemersville. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Helen and Marvin Myers; 2 brothers, Marvin (Kermit) Myers and Donald (Boone) Myers; and a sister, Betty Ann Horn. Ar­ rangements are through Hayworth-MilIer Kinderton Chap­ el. Dates and times have not been determined. Condolences: www.hayworth-miller.com. FAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY P r , Rivers DewtalTip of the W eek She was bom April 17, 1926, in Davie County to the late Alfred and Carrie Beck. She was also preceded in death by her husbands, Thom- apo -r n ■ Ii /p v j . , as Turrentine and Calvin Meyer, and a brother, Robert W. ers, Tom Dnscoll (Sue) and Jack Beck law^Rptro'u m ' ^.'SHm^iJier •”* Survivors: a son, Nelson TUrrentine (Jenny); 3 grand- Iaw' RniWv Pd^ ’av chiIdrcn- Steven Tuirentine, William TUrrentine (Re()ia and'Robert Po,key (Ginger)?^ ^ T dogs « va and Lilyi- « £ » 2 ^ ^ 0US “ “ “ • “ pheW!’ ,nd loveO Beck; and a brother, Leonard Beck. The visitation was ,0 be Wednesday, Dec. 9 from 6-8 pan. at Fntnk Vogle, & Sons FnneraI Home Clemmons ! Chapel, 2849 Middlebrook Dr. The Funeral Mass be Thursday, Dec. 10 at 11 a.m. at Holy Family Catholic Church, 4820 Kinnamon Rd. He was to be laid to rest at Hamilton Memorial Park in Westfield, Ind. the Rev. Allen Mullins officiating. Condolences: www.eatonfuneralservicejcom. ‘Enjoy a cold soft drink? So do I ffe,.However,next time you dnnka soda,- £ - tiy,consuming the whole thing at a meal . rather than sipping on it over several hours, [v Ti-When itcomes to tooth decay, .It is the. j 0 frequency of consumption that will ^ 1 ultimately lead to cavities.- 7 * ■ Andrew J. Rivers DMD 118HospitaISt. • Mocksville,NC27028 336-751-6289 “Serving Children & Adults" Accepting Most Major Insurances Riversfamrlydentistry.com EdgarThomasMcCain T . Mt. EdgarThomas McCain, 84, of Ruffin Street.Cool- LindaJeanMyersMoore eemee, died Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015 at Kate B. Reynolds Mrs. Linda Jean Myers Moore, 64, of Tall Timbers Hospice Home in Winston-Salem. Drive, Mocksville, died Saturday, Dec. 5,2015, at Kate B. He was bom Dec. 31,1930, in Texarkana, Texas to the Reynolds Hospice Home in Winston-Salem. Iate Lillian Taylor and Edgar Walter McCain. After serving' She was bom May 16, 1951, in Forsyth County, to the 25 years in the U.S. Air Force, he retired as a chief master late Fred Clifton and Elsie Mae Smith Myers and was a sergeant. He moved to Mocksville where he worked for homemaker. the postal service in Winston-Salem and Greensboro for 15 Survivors: her husband, Bradley Moore of the home; years, then moved to Cooleemee. Mt. McCain was of the 2 children, Shandra Crawford (Teny) and Jason Moore Protestant faith and will be remembered for his kindness (Ginger), all of Mocksville; 4 grandchildren, Lanna Bot- and generosity. toms, Emory Crawford, Troy Moore and Lacey Moore; 4 He was also preceded in death by 2 siblings, James WiI- •siblings, Betty Duggins (Heniy) of Kemersville, Nancy Iiams of Paris, Texas and Lucille Graves of Marshal1Texas. ChathamofWaInut Cove, Jerry Myers (Polly) of King and Survivors: his wife, Dolly B. McCain of the home; a Shirley Hauser (Ronnie) of Alaska; and several nieces and son, Tom McCain of Lexington; a granddaughter, Sarah TiAnhAu.a McCain of the home.nephews. A memorial service will be held later. Memorials: Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home, 101 Hos­ pice Lane, Winston-Salem, 27103. Condolences: www.eatonfuneralservice.com . A memorial service will be conducted at 2 p.m„ Satur­ day, Dec. 12 at Eaton Funeral Chapel in Mocksville with Grant Marrs officiating. Condolences: www.eatonfuneraIservice.com. BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT OWNER Perkins Roofing Co. of Davie • He lives under just one roof, but Jesse Perkins cares about every roof. That's what makes his busi­ ness so special. As owner of Perkins Roofing in Mocksville, Jesse treats each roof as if it was on his own home, if it isn’t good enough for him, it will not be good enough for you. That is the way Jesse trbats each'roofing job and customer. His work and integrity speak for itself. Jesse, a Reidsvilie native, became Interested in . roofing when he was just 13 years old. At age 17, the summer before graduating from, high school, he began helping his brother in the roofing business. Af­ ter graduating the next year, Jesse moved to Davie County and has been here since.: ' After years for working for other roofers, Jesse de­ cided it was time to go out on his own. So, in the fall of 1997, he started Perkins Roofing, “I have been roofing most of my life and that’s what I love to do,” Jesse explains. “I started out with a lad­ der, hatchet and pick-up truck.” Now, along with roofing, Jesse has added vinyl sid­ ing to his line of work. "I work with several local contractors on new homes and do tear offs for older homes that need a new roof. 11 have done some repair work but we just don’t have 'that many bad storms around here to do too much damage for roof repairs,” Jesse.notes. Jesse takes a great deal of pride in his work and will work however many hours and days It takes to get the job finished .and done right. : "j keep my business somewhat small. That way I can be on the job to see what goes on and make sure the job is completed like it would be. for someone in my family. 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NC 27028 (336)751-2148www.catofifuneralFefvice.con! ■ Suite 104 • • ’ ■ Advance, NC 27006. www.edwardjones.com Member SIPC 336:94O-31S0 Y oung C hildren’s Yoar Fall Time Day Oaie Shoe 1083 • Infant - 3rd Grade■' Small Infant Sr Crawler Hoome1 More Sr After School Programs ■.tarsi HdfiUd Jones, Owner 184 Council St. • Mocksville 751-7118 CIO - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 ^ikarina and Karen Cisneros are choreographers for the dance, “My Mirror My Soul.” • Photos by Robin Snow Lilli Butterfield is choreographer for "Golder Gate." W hat: Davie High W inter D ance C oncert W hen: Thursday, Friday, Dec. 10-11 W here: Brock Perform ingA rts C enter Tim e: 7 p.m. D a n c e ... Continued From Page C l just over an hour, with an Dance Foundation class; intermission. "Cut" choreographed "Listen To The Move- by Courtney Diaz; "A ment is an original dance Time For Butterflies" concert featuring student by ihe Dance Founda- generated movement raa- tion and Dance Progres- terial from ballet to mod- sion classes; and a finale em to interpretive to hip featuring music by Mariah hop and jazz," Winchell Carey singing "AU I Want said. "You will see a vari- For Christmas Is You" and ety of course levels from "What Do You Mean?" by beginning to proficient." Justin Bieber. Students have been col- The show should last laborating with the dance L au ra S m ith H o s ts C h ristm a s P a rty For several years, Lau- Barney Shoaf and Frances, ing gifts. "She even decorates a tree ra Smith, 97, has hosted Barney. "It’s always amazing to all during the year accord- a Christmas party in her This year's party was see her seven decorated ing to the season or holi- home for the Barney girls - on Dec. 4. They enjoyed trees, including the Duke day." EUaBarneySmith1Bobbie refreshments and exchang- tree," Bobbie Shoaf said. education department at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Tickets are $6 in ad- 5905 Ext. 4090. Proceeds help pay for costumes and production expenses. There will be a brief vance and $10 at the door, awards ceremony after ContactWinchell at 751- Thursday's performance. Jessabel Nicole Obrero is choreographer foi “Euphoria." Article #9: The Final Article I) Jaie SinpiD, PresMeat 8 GiO TflIE first eight articles in this series IIIl were written to inform the community about the Davie Community Foundation - what it is and what it does. * A rtide 1 - W hat Is a Community Foundation? * A rtide2 -Endow m entFunds ; * A rtide 3 - Pearls of Empowerment <• Article 4 -Scholarships * A rtide 5 - SURF Board Youth Grantmakers * A rtide6 -G rants * Article 7 - Healthy Oavie * Artide B - 5n5 Community Impact Challenge I hope you found the articles informative. If you missed an article and would like to read it, all eight are available at the Foundation website www.daviefoundation.org. Scroll to the bottom of the Home Page and choose the "AboutUs11Section. As we near, the end of 2015, we are humbled and amazed by the generosity of our donors and community. You may be surprised to learn that more than $750,000 has already been given to endowments administered by the Foundation this year. The impact those dollars will have on people and organizations in our county will be tremendous! Thank you forcaring!.. As you saw in Article 18, the Foundation challenged the community to raise $5 million over 5 years in Community Fund endowments. We are halfway to the goal with commitments of $2.5 million. If you want to be part of meeting the 5n5 Community Impact Challenge, we would be honored and 'delighted for a contribution of any amount. Some suggestions for you to consider: • LetushelpyouwithyourChristmas shopping! We have the perfect 'fit' for that person on your listthat is hard to buy for. Make a gift to the Community Impact Fund in their honor. The Foundation will send them a holiday acknowledgement . card letting them know you honored them for Christmas. You may besurprised by the reaction you'll get • If you have started the calculations for your 2015 taxes and realize you needanotherdedudior we can help! Make a gift between now and December 31st to get a year-end tax deduction receipt Gifts in any amount may be given to the Community Impact Fund or other existing Community Funds and will count toward the 5n5 Community Impact Challenge. You can even make the gift online. You will help your tax situation while you help the community. A win-win for both! to the day H app iesto f Holidays! We w ill be her to happily serve you In 2016. C ^ i m i l j f v P-O. Box 546,107 N. Salisbury St. WWW.DAVIEFOUKDATION.ORG Mocksville, NC 27028 336-753-6903 3or§| Saturday, December 1 J Noon - 6:00 pm Events SnowZilla - 31 ’ X 90’ Toboggan Slide Snow Mazing...40’ x 50’ Winter Maze Bounce House, Hay Rides Children’s Vendors I ‘Vendor Proceeds go to local assisted living home residents * Bring Non Perishable items for Store HouseForJesus Mocksville Tourism DeveIopmentAuthority www.mocksvillenc.org or 336-909-22631336-753-67C Students DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 - Dl Members of the All Davie County Middle School Band play at the Brock Performing Arts Center William Ellis Middle School All-County Band participants with band director, Amanda James. North Davie Middle School All-County Band participants with band director, Sean Ne Bot vim Ir S t u d e n t s I n A ll C o u n t y M S B a n d The 2015 Davie County Middle School All-County Band Clinic took place Nov, 13-14. The all-county clinic is an hon­ ors ensemble comprised of the most talented middle school mu­ sicians from across Davie County. This year’s clinic had 130 students audition, and 90 were selected to perform in the ensemble. This was the largest clinic band since implementing auditions in 2012. To be eligible, students had to perform scales, a solo, and sight- reading. Those students earning placement into the band came to­ gether and rehearsed music they have never played with a guest clinician. Afterjust nine rehearsal hours, the experience culminated in a concert for friends, family, and the community. . This year’s guest clinician was Rodney Workman, director of bands at Central Davidson High School in Lexington. For the past eight years, Workman has served as the director at Central David­ son Middle School. His bands re­ ceived numerous Superior ratings in Grades II, III, and IV music. In addition to his duties as band di­ rector, he serves as the chair of the : Northwest District Bandmasters, and is president-elect for the N.C. Bandmasters Association. Students performed the follow­ ing pieces: Starsplitter Fanfare, "X" Brigade March, Trombo Mambo, Percussion Patrol, and Asian Folk Rhapsody. Each piece was performed with great musi- cality, and during Trombo Mam­ bo, which featured the trombone section, the middle school direc­ tors picked up an instrument and joined the trombone section in presenting the piece. “Special thanks are to be ex­ tended to Sidniee Suggs, execu­ tive director of the Davie Arts Council and her staff for their work in hosting the clinic at the Brock Performing Arts Center, to Noel Grady-Smith of Davie County Schools, and to the par­ ents and community members that joined us for this year’s perfor-. mance," said Justin G. McCrary, South Davie band director. South Davie Middle School All-County Band participants with band director, Justin McCrary.Guestclinician Robert Work­ man instructs students. D2 ■ DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Due. »0,2015 Davie Schools Mocksville Etementary Students of the Week: Ben Sheek, Haylie Webb, Lake Mabe, Devin Her- nandez-Mosso, Luis Salas- Barreto, Kendra Trent, Ethan Lackey, Barrett Tay­ lor, Isaac Pereira, Addison Drane, Cindy Jaimes, Jona­ than Marston. Kindergarten students in Miss Hendrix and Mrs. Walker’s class have been learning about number talks and how to write/draw out number stories. The main focus is on addition stories but the students were intro­ duced to subtraction word problems. In LetterIand the children are learning about the characters Eddy El­ ephant (short e sound) and Mr. E the Easy Magic Man (long e sound). Students are beginning to hear the dif­ ferences between the 2 e’s more consistently. They continue to read words, and break them apart; this is called blending and seg­ menting. The students are picking up more sightword knowledge using the Bifftyr toons program. .. Thematic unit time is a fun time for the students. They, are learning about Christmas,. . specifically Christmas around the world . The children learned that they all celebrate in similar and dissimilar ways and that these similarities and differ­ ences are okay. The simi­ larities and differences are what make people unique. The children love learning about other. cultures and their traditions. For exam-, pie, they thought it was fun­ ny that Holland, the Nether­ lands, and Germany put out shoes for Christmas hoping for lots of gifts and candy to fill the shoe when they wake up. The kinders in Miss Hendrix and Mrs. Walker’s class voted on which would you rather put out, a stock­ ing or a shoe7 The stu­ dents chose stockings hands down. When asked why, they said because you get more candy and presents in a stocking because it is big­ ger than a shoe and you get more gifts. Mrs. Fletcher’s sec­ ond graders are studying reindeer. The students re­ searched what part of the world reindeer live in, what they eat, how they take care of their young, and how they adapt to their habitat. The students enjoyed read­ ing a book called Imogene’s Antlers. Imogene woke up one morning with reindeer antlers and the class wrote stories explaining how that happened. They enjoyed sharing humorous stories. Mrs. Starnes’ third grad­ ers have been leaning about. central message using songs and fables. Students enjoyed singing and “dissecting” the meaning from songs such as “Roar", “Am I Wrong” and "Who Says”. Division is the focus in math. Third graders, will join second graders for the PTO pro­ gram, so students have been practicing their parts and their song about Mexico for this Christmas Around the Worid themed program. . Fourth grade students began a unit on division. They are learning the steps and strategies to be success­ ful at dividing. In reading, students are learning about story theme. Students are discussing life lessons and the morals of stories. Mrs. Dotson’s fifth grade class, in reading, are finish­ ing a unit on main idea and theme. Students used litera­ ture, movies, and songs to compare and contrast main idea and theme. In math, they are completing a unit on ordered pairs and order of operations. They will be graduating ffom DARE on Monday, Dec. 14. Students finished DARE by writing an essay to be drug and vio­ lence free. Student teacher Shelby Karriker is finishing her time in the class. She will be graduating from Ap­ palachian State University on Saturday, Dec. 12. CooIeemeeEIcmentary Kindergarten students will take a walking field trip to the Zachary House in Cooleemee to Ieam about our community’s Christmas traditions. They prepared for this event in classrooms by crafting ornaments and decorations for the Zachary House Christmas tree. In social studies,; they are learning the. differences between wants and needs. Students spent time think­ ing about their Thanksgiv­ ing holiday and the tradi­ tions their families shared. In math, children are learn­ ing how to build numbers by focusing on place value. They are investigating all the ways to make the num­ bers 5 and 10. Parents are. asked to check book bags often during the month to find out more about all the holiday activities that will be happening at school. First graders have been busy in math learning about missing addends. Students worked as detectives to find the missing addend of an addition number sentence. In reading, first graders Cornatzer Elementary Cougars of the Week, from left: front - Madison Sandy, Addison Gaddy, Allen Moxley, Kaylee Marsh, Carson Espey, Land- on Reinsvold; back - Rayne Atkinson, Luke Miller, Sylas Green, Graysen Tollenaer1 Hunter Burton. Offeringourneighbors world-class care in Bermuda Run Davie M edical C enter-B erm uda Run is proud to serve th e residents of;Davie C ounty and th e surrounding area. O urservices include: ► 24/7 Em ergency C are ► Cardiac Rehab ► Cardiology ► Eye C enter ► G astroenterology ► Imaging ► Lab Collection are learning to use pictures and words to describe char­ acters, setting, , and major events in a story. Students are able to compare two or more things within a story using key details. ' Fourth grade students are : working on multiplication with multiple numbers. Par­ ents are encouraged to study multiplication facts .daily and practice problems with your students. . Fifth graders ended a.sci­ ence uniton matter with a fun S’mores Lab. Students, roasted marshmallows and built s’mores while identi­ fying physical and chemical changes to each ingredient. Shady Grove Elementary Kindergarten enjoyed their first field trip of the year to. the Winston-Salem Children’s Museum. Stu­ dents explored the Krispy Kreme doughnut factory, Food Lion grocery mar­ ket, saw the enchanted for-. est and climbed the Jack -n-Bean Stalk. Students enjoyed a program that discussed jobs and how to earn money. There was an art project that showed how earned money can be spent, shared, or saved equally. First graders have been busy learning about eco­ nomics preparing for. San­ ta’s Workshop. This activity teaches economic general­ izations through role play. The children learned . the difference . between wants and needs as well as the dif­ ference between a good and a service. During Santa’s workshop they will become producers of goods and will earn wages. The following, week they will become pro­ ducers and use the wages to purchase the goods. They have been studying solid shapes in math. They are learning the properties of a cube,.cone, sphere and rectangular prism and have made ornaments for the Christmas tree using those, shapes. Fifth graders completed two units: explorers in so­ cial studies, and body sys­ tems in science.. Students . have been dividing decimals using estimation and Ieam-! ing how to break apart woid problems.. Reading' classes focused on using point , of view, and using figurative language in writing; They are having fun writing allit­ erations. Stack Up! and Stock Upl was a success. PE classes helped set a world record for “The Most People Sport Stacking at Multiple Loca-. tions in One Day." The final total was 618394 stackers worldwide. Through Stock ' Up! and Spirit Week, Shady Grove collected more than 1300. cans of food .for A Storehouse for Jesus. PE students are learning basic gymnastics, including for­ ward and backward rolls, cartwheels and roundoffs. They will work on the bal­ ance beam, the vault,, the parallel, bars and other gym­ nastics apparatus. Once the gymnastics unit is. complete, they will move to dance. After the holidays; PE will launch the 18th annual . Jump Rope for Heart'fund raiser. A jump rope-a-thon will take place during P.E. classes on Feb, 15. They will try to set a new school record and raise. $15,000 for the American Heart As­ sociation. . Jump Rope for Heart kickoff meetings will be Jan. 4 at which time stu­ dents will find, out why the school participates in . this. . worthwhile cause and what teachers are willing to do if stucfents meet their goal. Pincbrook Elementary First grade students in Mrs. Hendrix's class have been learning how countries around the world celebrate Christmas. Students started in America by talking about traditions they share. The' next slop was Mexico. The children learned about the Legend of the Poinsettia and. also about the pinata. They enjoyed singing Feliz Navi- dad. They made Christmas Crackers filled with candy treats like the children do in Africa: They learned that in Australia Santa wears shorts and. kangaroos help him travel. The class will conclude the unit by making gingerbread houses which.is a custom in Germany. ■ The classes of Ms. How­ ard, Mrs. Spade, Mrs. Pow-. ers and. Mrs. Welch have been working on learning strategies for subtracting with regrouping. Students are.enjoying learning ways to find the answer. In read­ ing, they read “The Sign Maker’s Assistant", .and talked about types of busi­ nesses and how people make products and earn an income. They are looking forward to continuing the economics study by having a Winter Workshop,, where they make goods to sell to . second grade friends.i The third grade team started, to teach Christmas Around the- World dur-. ; ing English Language Arts time. This is not only a so­ cial studies integrated unit, but their first attempt, at creating a .unit that is stan­ dard based.in terms of grad­ ing. So far, students have !earned about.traditions in the United States, Mexico, Germany, England and It-. aly. Students will “travel” to new countries and be- ' come more globally aware of what other countries do during this time of year and how that compares, to tradi­ tions oftheirown... ► Neurology ► O rthopaedics ► Pharmacy ► Physical Therapy ► Pulmonary ► Spine Intersection of Hwy 801 N & j-40 (Exit 180) Bermuda Run, NC 27006 To schedule an appointment, call 888-716-WAKE (9253) W akeHealth.edu/Davie ''OO-Wake Forest* Baptist Health DavieM edicaICenter A M ission t o C a re . 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WRIGHT AUCTION SERVICE Auctioneer Roy F.Wright • NCAL # 2120 • 336-403-8084 (cell) • 336-998-8637 (office) Student On Honors Chorus Hannah Beale was se­ lected from more than 700 auditions to represent Mocksville Elementary at the North Carolina Elemen­ tary Honors Chorus. She performed with a group of about 150 students from across the state. Their first rehearsal was on Satur-. day, Nov. 7. Their concert was on Sunday, Nov. 8 at the Stevens Center in Winr ston-Salem. The group was under the . direction of Dr. Rollo Dil- • worth, professor of choral music at Temple Univer­ sity. “I was impressed at the quality of music that the students performed,” said Jason Carter, music teacher : at Mocksville Elementa­ ry. "Dr. Dilworth selectedNC Elementaty Honors Chorus member Hannah some C aUenging ^ usic for 7 Beale and her music teacher at Mocksville El- these kids, and they rose to • :ementary, Jason Carter. the challenge." 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Mocksville, 6-9 p.m. Community Breakfast, 7-10 Ojn., First Presbyterian, S. Main St., Downtown Mocks­ ville. Scrambled eggs, grits, cooked apples, biscuits, milk gravy. Donations for Just Hope. Breakfast, Farmington Meth­ odist, 1939 Farmington Rd.. Mocksville, 7-10 a.m. Pork tenderloin, sausage, gravy, eggs, gri ts, breakfast casserole, coffee, OJ. Donations. Brcnkfast, Blaise Baptist, 134 BlaiseChurch Rd.,Mocksville, 6-10:30 a.m. $8. Pancakes, ba­ con, sausage, eggs, grits, hash- browns, biscuits, toast, coffee. Benefits Children's Outreach Ministries. R eligion Sundayi Dec. 13 Christmas program, Happy Days Christmas, 6 p.m., New Union Methodist, 1869 Shef­ field Rd., Mocksville. Risen Son Quartet to sing at Bethany Baptist, 11 a.m., 162 Hillsdale' West Dr., Advance. 753-0717. Saturday, Dec. 19 Christmas Leads Us Home play, Wyo Bible Methodist, 3928 Wyo Rd., Yadkinville, 6 p.m. Free. Call 336-463-2529 or 336-463-2776. Journey to Bethlehem drive through. Society Baptist, 879 Garden Valley Road, States­ ville, 5-8 p.m. Free hot choc­ olate and cookies. Ongoing - Free clothes, Edgcwood Baptist Clothes Closet, last Saturday of every month, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Infant sizes to 3x for women, 5x for men. NC 801 just outside Cooleemee city limits. Kid’s Night Out, New Union Methodist, Wednesdays. 6:30- 8,kindergarten-12th grade,. Free coffee and doughnuts, every Wednesday, 7 p.m., Con- cordMethodist,Cherry Hill Rd. at NC 801, Mocksville. , Beginning Bible Study, Verse by Verse, Thursdays, 6:30-8 p.m. ,SageGardenCareCenter, 977 Yadkinville Rd., Mocks­ ville. 734-9476. Bible Study of Revelation, Mock Place Community Cen­ ter, Mocksville, Thursdays at 11 a.m. Simply Moms prayer and book study group for moms of all ages with kids of all ages, sccondFridays.9:30-1 i :30a.m. during school year, Cornerstone Christian Giurch1NC 801. Free childcare. 998-0600. Weekly Prayer Service, First UMCpN. Main St.,Downtown, Thursdays,noon-1 p.m.insanc­ tuary. Not a structured service, quiet time to pray and meditate. Preschool,nt Macedonia Mora­ vian Church,9a.m.til 12noon. Optional lunch bunch I p.m. Ages 12 months - 5 yrs. Catl 998-6492. GriefSharc Recovery Se Sup- port Group,atHillsdnle UMC1 5018US 158,Advance.Second Se fourth Sundays of each month 4 p.m. For info: 998-4020. Kids for Christ, at Liberty UMC, 141 Liberty Circle. Mocksville, each Wed. 3-5:30 p.m. For kindergartcn-5th grade. No cost, just a time for play, snacks, Bible stories, & music. Info: 940-7246. MOPS (Mothers of Preschool­ ers), 1st and 3rd Fri. of every monthduring traditional school year,9:30-11:45 a.m., at Blaise Bapt. Church. . Awana, every Wed. evening 6:30-8 p.m. at Engle Heights Church. ThcLifc & Tcnchingof Jesus, presented by Mocksville Sev­ enth-Day Adventist Church, Mon. & Thurs. at 7 p.m., at 407 Milling Rd.. Mocksville. Free admission. For info: 704- 876-3665. Youth Program , at Ijamcs . Bapt. Church, each Sun. eve­ ning 5:45 p.m.; ages 12-18,. Info: 492-6434. Women’s Discussion Class­ es, two classes held weekly, at Jericho Church of Christ, Tues. 10:30 a.m: and Wed.7:30 p.m. No cost for materials. AU women invited. Women’s Bibie Study, every Wed. 5-6 p.m., in a home near Milling Road area. AU women welcome^ Info: 751-5229. Women’s StudyGrouplPhase 2,onBibliui!’"omen,presented by Hannah’s Ministries. Free& held every second Sat. of each month, 10-11 a.m.All welcome.;. .'Info: 940-5149. CarcNct Counseling Centers, at First Baptist Church, 390 N.Main St., Mocksviile. Offere intcr-dcnominationaL coun­ seling. Academically trained, certified counselors & mental health professionals. Info. & appt. 751-2041. Preschool/Parents Morning Out, Bethlehem United Meth. Time: 9 a.m.-noon. Ages I Se 2 - M.W or T, Th. Age 3 - M,T, Th,Age4&Pre-K-thrceorfour days per week. Call 998-6820. Preschool, at Center United Methodist, US 64 W., Mocks­ ville. 23. Sc 4 year olds. Mon- day-Thureday, 8:30-11:30 a.m. . TiffanyGrooms,336-473-2615. Awana&BiblcStudy, Wednes­ days at 7 p.m., Hope Baptist Doors, Windows Siding S Soffil , Melal & Shingle Roof Repair & Replatemenl ’ F a t h e r £ S o n IlHANWMANfT ::.::::$ERVICES:::.:.:: — FULLY INSURED — S « o tt & J e s s e R o s e704-880-4015. Cleveland, NC Tabcmaclc. Coffee House, 4th Sun. each month, 7 p.m., at Comntzer UMC. Good coffee, good fel­ lowship. & good music. Special Events Dec. 10-11 Davie High Dance W inter Dance Concert, “Listen to the Movement.” 7 p.m., Brock Performing Arts Center, N. Main St., Mocksville. Saturday, Dec. 19 Davie County Hospital re­ tirees nnd friends Christmas lunch, I p.m., Sagebrush, Yad- kinvilte Rd., Mocksville. Tuesday, Dec. 22 Red CrossBloodDrivc, 2-6:30 p.m.,DaviePublic Library,371 N. Main St., Mocksville. O ngoing Spay-Ncuter Clinic, 2nd Wed. of each month by the Humane Society of Davie County, af­ fordable spay-neutersurgeryfor cats and dogs. Call 751-5214 to makerescrvationandfordetails. Free Advanced Healthcare Planning W orkshops, 2nd Tues.of each month, I &4p.m„ EMS Building, Mocksville. For info: 336-768-6157 ext. 1622. Footloose Friends,every Tues., 7-9 p.m.. (first time dancers should arrive 6:30). Cost $4 each night, open to couples or singles. Call Link 413-5204 or 972-2659. FederalBcncfit5for Veterans, DAV Chapter #75 bldg., 1958 US601 S..every third Sal.,12-4 p.m. For info: 336-407-5662. FreeMonthty Diabetes/Blood Pressure/Cholesterol Screen­ ings, last Fri. of each month in 2009 at WaIMart, 9 a.m. til . 12 noon. Sponsored by Davie Lion's Club. Visit Cooleemcc’s Mill Village Museum, 14ChurchSt.,Wed.- Sat. 10 a.m. til 4 p.m. Tours also, available by appt. Call ,284-6040. . Storytimcs,.at Davie Co. Li­ brary: Fri. it a.m..mainlibrary. M eetings Thursday, Dec. 3 Beef Cattle Producers meet­ ing, Sheffield-Calahaln VFD. Auxiliary providing meal. phil_nicker@ncsu.etlu or call 753-6100. O ngoing American Legion Post 174,; last Saturday of each month, 9 a.m., Maw-Maw’s Kitchen,. US 158 near Farmington Road. Davic/Mocksville AA1 closed non-smoking meeting, at First Bapt. Church, 390 N. Main- Strcet (across from Davie Co. Library). Thursdays, 7 p;m. Info: Jan753-1838. .. Al-Anon Fam ily group. . Sundays, 8 p.m., Macedonia Moravian, NC 801 between. Farmington and BermudaRum For families and friends of alcoholics. Sugar Valley Com posite Squadron, each Tues. 6:30- 8:30 p.m. ,Blue Hangarat Sugar Valley. Program for cadets . (12-18) and adults. For info:: 336-978-4186. Davie Planning Board, 4th . Tues. of each month, 6 p.m. in commissioners chambers, 2nd floor, Dayie Admiitistration Btdg., 123 S. Main Street. Davie County Board of Ad­ justment, 3rd Monday of each month, 6 p.m., in commission­ ers chambers. 2nd floor, Davic . Administration Bldg., 123 S. Main Street. Davie Beekeepers Associa­ tion, second Thurs. of every month, 7 pjn., 412 N. Main Street (First Bapt. Church). Vis­ itors welcome. To find out more info: wwwdaviebeekeepers.org DC Networks, 7:45-9 a.m. second Tues. each month- Ketchie Creek Bakery, Valley Rd., Mocksville. Networking/ referrals group hosted by Davie County Chamberof Commerce. For info: 336-751-3304. DC Networks, 4th Tues. each month, LaCaretta1 Bermuda Run, 11:45 a.m.-l p.m. Net­ working/referrals group hosted by Davie Chamber of Com­ merce. Info: 751-3304. Davie Quilters Guild, 3rd Mon. of each month, for info: 492-2000. Triumph Parenting Classes, Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m., call for info: 751-5636. HumaneSocictyofDavie Co., monthly meetings,2ndTues. of every month, at Humane Soci­ ety Adoption Center.291 Eaton RU. Call 751-5214 for info. : Family & Friends of the Men­ tally 111 Support Group, 2nd . and 4th Tues. of each month, 6 p.m:, Hillsdale Bapt. Church, Advance. Calf 751-5441 for info. Advance Garden Club, 2nd Tues. each month, Hillsdale Bapt.Church.US 158,1:30p jn. Mocksville Lion’sClub, meets third Thursday of each month, 7 p.m., First United Methodist Church, Mocksville.; Hillsdale Sunrise Rotary Club, every Thurs. at 7 a.m., Bermuda Village. Davic Co. Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 94,3rd Tues. of every month, 7 p.m., Zcko's Restaurant. . .. Davie Democratic Party, 2nd ' . Tues. of each month, 7 p.m., HO Depot Street. Davie Co. Republican Party, every third Tues. of month, 7 p.m. in Davie Co. courthouse. Davie Co. Republican Men’s Federation, second Tuesday of every month, meal/meeting, 6p.m., Sagebrush1U S601 N .,. Mocksville. Forinfo: 408^8898., Women welcome. DavieHistoricaI & Genealog­ ical Society,4th Thurs.,7 p.m., DavieLibrary. Al-Anon Family Group, a t. Macedonia Moravian Church, : N.C.801N.,Advance,Sundays 8 p.m., (in fellowship hall). . At-Anon is a group that helps families&friends of alcoholics. Cooleemee Womens Civitan Club, meets 4th Thurs. of each month, 7 p.m. Cooleemee First Bapt. fellowship hail,204 Mar- . gina! St., Cooleemee. AU area. ladies invited, Stitch-In,agatheringofcrafiere at Mocksville Library, second 'Wed.ofeachmonth,7-8:15pjn. . Bring your portable project an all your best tips and tricks to share. Info: 751-2023.: Com m unity Foundation Board,2nd Mon.,5 p.m. North Davie Ruritan Club,; monthly dinner meetings, second Mon. of each month, 7 p.m. Call 782-4276 for info and Iocation of next meeting. Smart Start of Davie County board meeting, 3rd. Tues; of every other month at SunTrust on Yadkinville Rd., 8:30 a.m. Questions: 751-2113, Alzheimer's Support Group, 2nd Tuesday of each month, 6:30p.m.,atDavicSr;Services, Mocksville. Info: 753-6230. Davie Civitan Club meets 4th Thurs. of each month, Feb.- Oct., 7 p.m., at Hillsdale Bapt. Church, Hwy. 158. All visitors welcome. NAACP Community Aware­ ness Meeting, every 4th Mon. of each month, 7 p.m. ,at Shiloh Bapt. Church. Center ECA Club meets 2nd Monday of each month, at Center Comm. Bldg., 7 p.m. Pleasejoin us. Disabled American Veterans Post 75 meets on third Monday of each month, 7 p.m., DAV building, Hwy. 601 S. Contact 336407-5662 for more info. TbwnOf CooIccmecPlanning Board, meets 3rd Thurs. of each monthat Cooleemee Town Hall,7 pm. Davie County Diabetes Sup­ port Group, first Thurs. of every month, 7-8:30 p.m., at Davie Co. Public Library . Small Conference Room. Info: ,751-8700. Davie Co. Hospital Auxiliary, every second Tues., in board room,6p.m. Davie Business W omen’s Association, 1st Wed. of each month, 12 noon, at SunTrust Bank, Valley. Bank Branch location. Open to all ladies interested in networking. Davic County Horse Emer­ gency RescueTeam,7:30p.m., ' downstairs at the Agricultural ’ Building, Mocksville. Every 3rd Tbcsday each month. For info: 940-2111. ' Davie Co. Band Boosters, meets 2nd Tuesday of. month, 7:30 p.m., Davie High Band ; Room. C hristian Businessm en’s Committee of Mocksville, Thursdays, 7 a.m. Mocksville Rotary Hut. . Gold Wing Tburing Associa-.! tion,RedPigBarbecue1Greasy Comer, N.C. 801 at U .S. 601.6 . p.m. 2844799. ' CoGIceiitee Recreation Asso-. elation, Zachary House, 1st Tuesday, 7 p.m. The Artist Group,Davie Coun­ ty Library,7p.m. IastTues. Call Bonnie at 998-5274. Center Community Devel­ opment, 3rd Mon., 7 p.m. Community Bldg. Cooleemee Town Board; 3rd Monday, Town Hall, 6 p.m. unless otherwise noted. ‘ North Cooleemee and Clark Road Council,2nd Wednesday, 7 p.m. Meeting in different members homes. DavieDomcsticVTolenceSer- . vices and Rape Crisis Center. Offers weekly support group for domestic violence Se sex­ ual assault victims. The group meets every Tues. evening from 5:30-7 p.m. Pleasecaltofficefor location, 751-3450. SonsofConfederate Veterans, I st Monday,Cooleemee Histor­ ical Building,7 p.m. MocksvflleRotaryCIub,Tues­ days, 12:05p.m. ,EnergyUnited Education Center, 182 S. Salis­ bury St., Mocksville. Farmington Masonic Lodge No.265,2nd Monday,7:30p.m. at the lodge. DavieHighAthleticBobsters, 3rd Monday, 7 p.m., school cafeteria. Farmington Ruritan Club,. 2hdThursday,7:30p.tn;, Farm­ ington Community Center. . HELPS Ministries, Christian recovery program for women sexually abused os children. Mondays,.7:30 p.m., 41 court Square, Room 210. Parents Resource Organi­ zation (PRO) support group for families of children with . disabilities,2ndTuesday,7 p.m. Call Rosemary Kropfelder at 998-3311 forlocation. Health Dept., clinic hours: Mon.-Fri., 8:30-11:30 a.m., 14:30 p.m.Davie County Board of Social Services, 4th Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. at DSS.NarcoticsAnonymousAgainst AU Odds Group, First Bapt. Church, 390 N. Main Street. (upstairs),Thurs. 7 p.m.,Sun. 6 p.m. DrugProblcm? Helpline, 336-785-7280. Mocksville Civitpn Club, 7 p.m., 2nd & 4th Mondays, nt. First Presbyterian Church. Advance Memorial Post 8719 Veterans of Foreign Wars and Ladies Auxiliary, 4th Tues., 7:30 p.m., post home, Feed Mill Road.DavicCounty RightTo Life,7 p jn., 3rd Thursday, grand jury room, courthouse. 751 -5235 or 492-5723. Cooleemee Memorial VIrW Post 1119, 2nd Sat., TO a.m.. ' VFW Hall, N.C. 801. C o rin th ian L odge No, T7F&AM, 2nd, 4th Fridays, 7:30 p.m. at the lodge. MocksvillcLodgcNo. 134,1st Tuesday,7:30 p.m. nt the lodge. • Cooleemee Civitan’s Club Meeting, I st and 3rd Mon. each month,7 p.m.,Civitan Property. - 801 North, Cooleemee. Davie Co. Multiple Sclerosis iSupport Group. 2nd Mon... .of each month, 6 p.m;, at new . hospital, Bermuda Run. For info: 336-972-6673! S e n io rs AU, activities take place at Bobby H. Knight Senior Ser­ vices Building located at .278 . MeroneySt., Mocksvillcunicss otherwise noted. 753-6230. . Ongoing Free Advanced Healthcare Planning Workshop, second Tuesday of each month,I pin. Sr. Lunchbox, M1T1W, .11:30 a.m.,Th. & Fri.. 11 a.m., lunch served daily. Quilting Club, every Monday, 10 a.m. SK1PBO, Wednesdays. I p.m. Scrapbooking, every 2nd. •Tuesday, 2 p.m. Free Blood Pressure Checks, once a month, at 10:30 a.m. in the Nutrition Site. . Singing Seniors C horus, .Thursdays, 10 a.m. Scrabble, I p.m.cveiy Monday. Texas Hold’Em -Thursdays. Ip.m. Sr. Book Club, every, third Tues. of the month, 1:30 p.m. Computer Classes - are avait- . able, call for information. Arthritic Exercise -every other Wed. 10:30a.m. Line Dancing Level I, Tues- . days,Thursdays, 8:45 a.m. Line Dancing Level 2, Mon­ days,Wednesdays,9:45a.m.' . Low Impact Aerobics - Tues.. & Thurs., 11 a.m. Fitness Equipment Room • . open Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m. til 8 . p.m. Fridays.8 a.m. tii 5 p.m. & Sat. 9 a.m. til I p:m. Art,Mondays9ajn.til 12p.m. Woodcarving, Wed. 9-11 a.m. Silver Health, Mon., Tues., Wed..8:30 a.m.: . Yoga, call for times. Dance Party Aerobics, 5:30 p.m. on Tues. & Thurs. . 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Try completing the Crossword and Siidoku Every week in the Eifterprise Record DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 - DS Travel Back To Ancient China In Ellis Production Travel back to Ancient China with the William El­ lis Jaguar Players. Since the dawn of record­ ed history, in every clan, in every culture, from ancient Greece to China, Egypt, the Americas and Polynesia, heroes have embarked on life-altering journeys. One of the most renowned and beloved of these heroes is a young woman named Mulan. In Asia, the story of Mu- Ian is as popular os the story of Cinderella in Western cultures. The story of Mu- Ian has been told for nearly 2,000 years. Many believe Mulan to have been a real person. Her story has been handed down to us in the form of a poem called the Ballad of Mulan. “Mulan Jr.” is an action- packed stage adaptation of Disney’s 1998 animated film. The story is of a young girl's bravery set in the for­ mal tradition of the Han Dy- . nasty. Fa Mulan (played by. Cameron Simmons and Mallory Smith) undertakes the impersonation of a boy to protect her family's honor. Aided and abetted by the mischievous dragon, Mushu (played by Logan Dosher and Walker Feath- eringill), the misfit Mulan battles the Huns to try and save the Emperor of China. The cast of 30 students is directed by Penny M. Endi- cott, with musical direction from Brenda Mosko. "Mulan Jr. has been the most technical heavy show I've done so far,” Endicott said. “We have been so fortunate to have amaz­ ing help creating what you will see on stage and I am amazed each time I see the set changes happen. Our students arc amazing, both performers and technical." Performances are at 7 - Emma Patterson, Emerson Justice, Delaneytw in -,rM ii in Portraying the Fa Family ancestors, from left: back - The WEMS theatre. The Stoltz, Jessica Crosby and Paige Riordan; and front - Abbey Chilton, Mallory Smith, Jadd Boulos, school is at 144 William El- Cameron Simmons and Deanna Gaddy. Iis Drive in Advance. Tick­ ets arc $8 for adults and $5 for students and children. p g p u iw ii^ jp rr;^ Sharing the role of Mulan are Cameron Sim- The Matchmaker Scene includes The Matchmaker Hannah Gallimore (top); middle - mons and Mallory Smith. Alberty, Bronwynn Bartlett; and front - Abbey Sloane.Cameron Simmons. Walker Featheringill (above) plays the part of Mushu; while Logan Dosher (below), who also plays Mushu, shows off the dragon on the back of his costume. Haley Campbell looks on as Eddie Greene, Brayden Darrell and Tanner Batten put the roof oh the Emperor’s Palace. Part of the Awesome Tech Squad, from left: Breana Queen, Courtney Barney, Teairah Dillon, Hayden Strickland, Alexis Mann, Lindsey Dingier and Annabel Burcham. D6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 LEGAL NOTICES NOflTH CAROLINA DAVIECOUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS ol Iho Ealato of RAYMOND JU­ LIUS MARKLAND. late Ol Oavie County/North Carolina. Iha havingof said decedonl Io exhibit loihe or before the 3rd day of March, 2016, or Ihia notice will bo plead­ ed in .................. BRENOA CROWE 536 Soulh Salabury StreetMocksville. NC 27026 Notice win oe pteaoeo in oar or MARTIN & VAN HOY. LLP recovery. All persons indebted Attorneys at Uw Io said Ealate will please make IOCourtSquare Immediate payment to the under- Mockavile. NC 27026 signed at Ihe above-designaled Publish: Oec.3.10.17,24 address. Thla the 10th day ot Decem- NORTH CAROLINA ber.2015.DAVIECOUNTY JOHNR. PERKINSON, JR., . REPRESENTATIVE'S NOTICE NEPRBSEtmI d to lhe said estate w Of ROBERT CLAUOE BOGER. deceased, tale of Davie County. North Carolina. IMs Is to nolily all persons having claims against * said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 26th day ot February, 2016, said 163 Kkbourne Dr.Advance. NC 27006PuMsh: Dec.3,10,17,24 NORTH CAROUNA DAVIECOUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORSHaving qualified as Co-Exec- utors of the Estale ol AUDREY JEAN O'NEAL. County. North ‘ notify all persons. Arms and cor­porations having claims against from the date of Iirst publication of this notice, or this notice will be pleaded In bar of lhelr recovery. All persons indebted Io said es­ tate wfll please make Immediate payment to the undersigned.This 26Ih day of November, 2015, the same being the first IT7VE THE ESTATE OPUARY JUNEFNICKER, John R. Parkinson, Jr., Esq. PERKINSON UW, PLLC 4622 Country Oub Road. Suite 270 n. NC 27104 336-704-6020 . 336-704-6015 (tax) puoNsh: Dec.10,1724.31 NORTH CAROUNA Forty-Rve Cents ($0.45) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) required.by NCOS §7A-308(a) (I). -The property Io be offered pursuant to this notice of sale Is being offered for sale, trans­ fer and conveyance "AS IS, WHERE IS* Neither the Trust­ ee nor the holder of the note secured Dy the deed of trust/ security agreement, or both, being foreclosed, nor the of- rl2ed representative' of' either the Trustee or the holder of the note make any representation foreclosure, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will expose for sale at public auction on December 22, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. at the door of the Davle County Courthouse. Mocks- vifle, N.C., the real property de- Sarah C. Blount, SubaHtutB Trustee JOROAN LAW OFFICES. P.A. Raleigh. NC 27612 Telephone: 919-847-3740 hereto, Including any Improve­ ments thereon. The address of lighway 15«, N.C. 27028. Said property to be offered pursuant to this Notice of Sale is being offered for sale, EXHIBIT "A" TRACTI BEGINNING at a stake In the edge of the old Huntsville road, runs S. 39 E. With old road 6.00. Thence S 32 E. WHh old road 2.00 to a stake on the or any physical, environmen­ tal. health or safety conditions existing In. on, at or relating to the properly being offered for sale, and any and all respon- of or In any way relating to any IS WHERE IS. There are no late of Davle LARRYR. WATTS. tor of the Estate of TOM RlCKY HUNT, deceased, late of Davie County, North Carolina. Ute Exec­ utor. Sonya Hunt McCrary, hereby notifies afl persons having < ‘— NCSBf7aee or before Ute IOth day of March, AltnmMf InMhn EbIbIb 20161 Or IhlS NOllCS Wfll be plead-.1. ”!?■!-..... ed hi bar Ol recovery. AU persons of their recovery. AU persons In- This Ute 19th day of Novem­ ber, 2015 Steva O'Neal, 1419 NorthfaceCourt Virginia Beach. VA 23462Publish: Nov.l926.0ec.3.l0 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIECOUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORSHaving qualified as Admin­ istrator of the Estate of LOGRA DKONNHOK, late of OavIe County, NorUt Carolina, this is to Telephone: (336) 751-7602 Fax: (336)751-9909 Thtalha tnihrisv Al HAr-Amhsr Publish: Nov.26.DecJ.10.17 jOlfc ^ uecemoer. NORTH CAROLINA DAVIECOUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS HAVING QUALIFIED as Ex­ecutor of the Estate of JOAN W.BOUN, late Of Davle County. NORTH CAROUNA Is to nolHy all persons, firms OAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TOf Having qualified as Execu­tor of the Estate of PAULINEon or before March 3,2016. (be­ing three (3) months from the first day of publication of I"............. ty Is being sold subject to all taxes, special s and prior liens or < es of record and any recorded Said property is also subject to applicable Federal and State laws. A deposit of five percent (5%) of the purchase price, or seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00). whichever Is greater, is re­ quired and must be tendered In time of the sale. If the trustee Is unable to convey (!He to UiIs property for any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser is the return of the deposit. Reasons of such InabHity to convey include, but I to, the filing of a or before February 19, 2016, or 344 Peaceful Valley Rd., Advance. NC 27006 Publish: Nov.19,26.0ec.3.10 NORTH CAROUNA DAVIECOUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Cynthia Cuthrel has qualified Mocksville, Oavle County, North Carolina. The undersigned does hereby notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims Io said Estate will please make Immediate payment to the under­ signed. This Uie SOUi day of Novem­ber, 2015.CLYDE ROY WILLIAMS. JUNIOR 245 Craver Road Lexington. NC 27295 MARTIN & VAN HOY. LLP Attorneys at Law 10 Court- NOHTH CAROUNA DAVIECOUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS HAVING QUALIFIED as Ex­ecutor of the Estate of VERI- OUS BARNES ANGELL, late of Oavle County. (Ns is to notify all (a/k/a Pauline Gales Rkfenhour), deceased, late of Davle Coun­ ty. North Carolina, the Executor. said Estate to present them to her at 4013 MooresvlHe Road. Salis­bury. NC 26147, on or before Uie IOth day of March. 2016. or Uils Notice wfll be pleaded In bar of recovery. AU persons Indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the under- re­ instatement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. If Uie validity of the sale is chal­lenged by any parly, the trust­ ee. In their sole discretibn, if they believe the challenge to have merit, may request the court to declare the sale to be relating to the UUe or any phys­ ical. environmental, health, or safely conditions existing In. on, at, or relaUng to the prop­ erty being offered for sate. This sale is made subject to afl prior Hens, unpaid taxes, special as- Uie best of Uie knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current owners of the properly are Ezra Brooks WHklns and Darfene W. Wilkins. This prop­ erty is not subject to notices re­quired by N.C.G.S. 45-100-107. A deposit of five percent (5%) of the bid. or Seven Hun­ dred FHty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is greater, will be required at the time of the sale and must be tendered In the form of certified funds. Follow­ ing the expiration of the statu­ tory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts wfll be im­mediately due and owing. The successful bidder shall tender the full balance of the purchase Thence N. 9 E. with said High­ way 8.00 to a stake, thence S. 78 W. 5.00 to the beginning, containing 2 acres. 7 TRACT Il In old road, runs W. 48 w Wfih old road 4.35 to a stake, thence South 77 East 7.99 to a Stafre on’west side of highway #48, when the trustee tenders, or at­ tempts to tender, the deed for the property. If the successful ............................to pay Uiebal-of the purchase price, he ThepurchaserwHI have no fur- as provided An c by N.C.G.S. 45 21.30(d) and(e). Thissalewill be held open ten (10) days for Tspset-bldr’as required by law. TtUrd party purchasers must pay the excise tax, pursuant to N.C.G.S. 105-228.30, In the amount of One Dollar ($1.00) corner on E. side of public road; thence S. 7 degs. W. 7.88 chs. to Lee Whitaker's cornier; Uience S. 85 deg. E. 7.50 chs. to Lee Whitaker and John Fos­ ter’s comer, thence S. 2.50 chs., to a stone; Uience S. 42 degs. E. 2.10 chs. To a stone; thence S. 18 degs. W. 2.10 chs. to a stone at Uie road. Corbitt Long's comer, thence N. 85 degs. W. 12.22 chs. to an iron stake. CorbHt Long's comer at the road; thence N. 10 degs. E. 3.81 chs. to a stone at the road; thence N. 25 degs. E 11.00 chs: to Uie beginning comer, at Uie road, containing eight and one- third (81/3) acres, being Lot #3 In the Division of the G.H. and Rhode Long lands. See Plat TRACT IV: BEGINNING at a stone on the East side of State High­way #158. SaIn1S corner, run­ ning S.75 degs. E 3.28 ChS,. To an iron, thence N. 43 deg. E 3.00 chs. to an iron, thence e N. 8:l w. NOTICE CF pursuant to N.C.G.S. § 45- SI .29 In favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties In possession by the clerk ot superior court of the county In which the property is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rent- of, and the Clerk of Courts fee, pursuant to N.C.G.S. 7A-308, In the amount of Forty-five Cents (.45) per each One Hundred Dollars (SIOO) or fractional pari undersigned on or before March 10.2016. (being three (3) months from the first day of publication of tstrator. Cynllfla Cuthrefll at the office of her attorney, James A. Davis; Esq., do 3333 Brookvtew HHI Blvd., SuHe 206, Wlnston-Sa- lem. NC 27103, on or before Uie 26th day of Febmary 2016. or this notice wlH be pleaded In bar of their recovery. AU persons, firms " islndebtedtouie please make immediate payment to Uie undersigned.This the 30th day ot Novem­ber, 2015. BETTY WHITTAKER ANGELL 101 BranIIeyFarmRoad Mocksville. NC 27026MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law 10 Court Square Mocksville, NC 27026 Publish: Oec.10,17,24,31 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIECOUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS HAVING QUAUFIEO as ISHU15 SP 246 Under and by virtue of the power of sate contained In a certain Deed of Trust made by Derek Wark and Stephanie Wark (PRESENT RECORD OWNER(S): Derek John Wark and Stepharrie C. Wark) to Martin. Van Hoy, LLP., Trust- ee(s), dated the 23rd day of September, 2010, and record­ ed In Book 837, Page 838, In Davie County Registry. NorUi 2007, may a minate the rental agreement by providing written notice of ter­mination to the landlord, to be effective on a date stated In the notice that is at least 10 days but not more than 90 days, after provided that the is not cured the default at the time the tenant ($500.00), whichever is greater. H the trustee is unable to convey tide to this property for any reason. Uie sole remedy of the purchaser Is the return of the deposit. Reasons of such Inability to convey Include, but are not limited to. the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the confirmation of the sale and reinstatement of the loan without knowledge of the trust­ee. It the validity of the sale is challenged by any parly, the 10.10 chs. to a stake on E. side of Highway, thence S. 6 deg W. with Highway 7.72 chs;-to the beginning, containing BjSO acres more or less, being-lot #1 In. division ov the lands of Gladys Long, Corbitt Long anb Cornie Long, recorded In Book P. Office of-Register of Deeds for Davle County. Save and except for Uie fol­ lowing conveyances and any other out conveyances of re? cord.(1) Tract conveyed to WiHIam H. Daniel, JR., et. ux. In Deed Book 49. page 561; (2) Tract, conveyed toJames E. Speaks, et. ux; In Deed Book 49, page 562; (3) 11/4 acres conveyed to Fred C. Wall. et. ux, in Deed Book 50, page 240; (4) 0.25 acres < note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the undersigned. Substitute Trust­ ee Services, Inc. having been nation. Upon termination of a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the NORTH CAROUNA DAVIECOUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS HAVING QUAUFtEO as Ad­ministrator of the Estate of RUTH GAtTKER SNOW, tale of Davle County, this is to notify all per- Deed of Trust by an instrument duly recorded In the Office of the Register of Deeds ol Davie. County, North Carolina and the holder of the note evidencing said indebtedness having di­rected that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SER­VICES. INC. SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE do Hutchens Law Firm P.O. Box 1028 4317 Ramsey Street FayettevUIe, North Carolina 28311 Phone No: (910) 864-3068 if they believe the challenge to have merit, may request the court to declare the sale to be void and return Uie deposH. The purchaser will have no fur­ther remedy. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: An order for possession of the property may be Issued pursu­ ant to G.S. 45-21.29 In favor of the purchaser and against I e 111; k 54, (5)conveyed to L Muflis, Jr., eL ux. m Oeed Book 59, page 484; (6) 0.08 acres conveyedto Roy A. Wal eL ux. In Deed Book 72. page 258; ik 78. pi 591; before March 10. 2016. (being three (3) months from Uie Ilrst day of publication of this notice) or having claims against said Estate o< Uieir recovery. AU persons. this notice) or this notice wiH be pleaded In bar of their recovery. AU persons, tlrms and corpora­tions indebted Io said Estate WiU please make Immediate payment to Uie undersigned. This Uie'30th day of Novem­ber, 2015. Immediate payment to the under­ signed.Ttfls the 10th day of Decem­ber, 2015. CHARLES VANCE RIDDLE METAL ROOFING 3'Coverage-40* Colors 40 Year Warranty WTO1WJ. TAX CflEDirAVAl UBlE 704-278-3000 MID-STATf METALS of Ihe Carolines, LLC www.midslatemetals.com I Advance. NC 27006 BARRY OENE RIDDLE 503 Grilfllh Road Advance. NC 27006MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law IOCourtSquare MocksvHIe. NC 27028 Publish: Dec.10.1724.31 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIECOUNTY INTHE GENERALCOURT OF JUSTICESUPERIOR COURT DIVISION BEFORE THE CLERK 15 E 408NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn the Matterotthe Estate ot Mary June Friekar1 for foreclosure sales, at 10:15 AM on December 14.2015 and wHI sell to the highest bidder for cash the following real estate situated In the County of Da­vie, North Carolina, and being more particularly described as BEING KNOWN and desig­ nated as Lot No. 67, Section 8, Bermuda Run Golf and County Club, as set forth In Plat Book 4, Page 86, Davle County Registry, to which reference is hereby made for a more partic­ular description. TogeUterwIth John R. Parkinson. Jr.. hav- at 849 Rlverbend Drive, Ad­ vance. North CaroHna. SUBJECT TO Restrictive Covenants In DB 64. PG 87, and as modified In DB 131, PG 355. Davle County Registry, and any other easements and restrictions of record. FOR BACK TITLE, see DB 345, PG 525, DB 177, PG 682; DB 172, PG 153; and DB 96. PG 695; Davle County Regis- try.Trustee may, In the Trustee's STATE OF NORTH CAROUNA COUNTY OF DAVIE IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION BEFORE THE CLERK 15 SP 262 •F TRISTtfS SM! OFRtAliSTATE IN THE MATTER OF:77» Foreclosure of a Deed of Trust executed by EZRA BROOKS WILKINS, and DARLENE W. WILKINS, To WALTER G. ROGERS, Trustee recorded In Book 787, at Page 189, and re-recorded In 800k 788, Page 586, Davle County Registry. Pursuant to a power of sale contained In a Deed of Trust ex­ ecuted by Ezra Brooks Wilkins by the clerk of superior court of Uie county In which the proper­ty is sold. Any person who oc­ cupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or after August 1,2008 may. after receiving the notice ot the sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days' written notice to the landlord. TNs notice shal also state that upon termination of a rental agreement that tenant is liable ,In the event that tax liens attach to this property, The UNted States of America, Treasury Depart- (6) 0.5 acres to Sarah Jane Whitaker In Deed Book118, page 601; (9) 0.244 acres to Sarah Jane Whitaker In Deed Book 119, page 74;(10) 0.475 acres to Ed­ ward C. Bamhardt. et. ux, In Deed Book 126, page 435; (11) 1.095 acres to W.C.Whitaker in Deed Book 136, page M l.o s^? ^ Ed ward C. Bamhardt, eL. al. In Deed Book 160, page 396; (13) 1.180 acres to Oak Grove United Methodist Church a page 863; .(14) Tract. conveyed • to Edward Speaks In Deed 3ook 161, pi (15) 1.276 vice, has certain rights to pur­chase which may be exercised after the trustee's sale. Pro­spective purchasers are urged to familiarize Uiemselves with Uiese rights to which Ute sale may be subject. On Infor- Inc. In Deed (16) 1.216 acres to Sarah Jane WNtaker In Deed Book 162; page 5; and (17) 0.343 acres to Adam Gerald Baker In Deed Book 162. page 157, Davle County to be sold may be subject to restrictions of record. ter G. F eW. claims of lien which may be superior to Uie interest In the late of Oavle County. North Car­ olina. hereby notifies aH persons having claims against said Estate to present them to John R. Per- kinson, Jr., 4622 Country Club Road. Sutie 270. Winston-Sa- for up to one hour as provided In NCGS §45-21.23. parly must pay Uie excise tax, as well as the court costs of t 1, 2008 and record­ ed on August 4. 2008 at 4:05 p.m. In Book 767, Page 189, and re-recorded on August 19. 2008 at 12:06 p.m. In Book 766, Page 585, Davle County Reg­ istry. Sarah C. Blount having been substituted as trustee by instrument recorded In Book 1000, Page 996, Davle Coun­ ty Registry, and default having occurred and Uie Deed of Trust Prospective purchasers are Subject to easements and strictlons of record. For back title, see Deed Book 37. page 86; Deed Book 36. page 413; Deed Book 36. page 26 and Deed Book 35. page 298; Oavle County Reg­ istry. Seo also Tax Map G-5. Pel 133, located In Mocksville Township. Davle County, North law. Purchasers will neither be relieved of their obligations nor aVowed to withdraw their bids due to lack of knowledge or H a lien claimant subsequently asserts a Ngher priority claim. — This the 1st day of Decern- Estate File 89-E-42 located In Office of Uie Oerk of Superior Court in Oavie County, North Carolina. Publish: Dec. J0.17 DAVIE CO. ENTERPRISE-RECORD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10,2015 * D7 DAVIE-CLEMMONS TOLL fre e 1 -8 7 7-7 5 1 - 2 1 2 0 o r 7 0 4-7 9 7 - 4 2 2 0 Call us Monday-Friday 8-5 Deadline to have your classified ad in the next issue: Tuesday 2:30 P.M. Email: classads@ sali5buryp 0st.com OR placdyour ad online at: S allsburyppst.com and click 1P iacs C lassified A d1 Didn’t get a paper? Call 704-797-4213 Employment iabysiner available aay a ntgnt, Ir Auctions & Sales m s s T l l S 2855 Ubsrty Ghorch Rd. Mulii-Family Ylatd Sale, Fri. 12/11 & Sat. 12/12 8am-2pm. Christmas lrees, wreaths, floral arrange- ntenis, lots of Christmas Items, furniture, some appflances, tools, wood working loots, old costume Jewelry, area rugs. New slufl add­ed. worth the Iripl 336-403-4507 Mocksri Re., 3038US Hwy 69! North. Ybrd Sals, FrL 12/11 6am-4pm & Sat. 12/12 9am-noon. Merchandise DeatslA Bargaleaj 1958 Laaetffss sari Otcstaluai Takla Walnut, inlaid, burl wood. ExcsSant condwon. 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Good cond. $675 Upright piano * needs tuning Must be able to take away. No cost-just want someone to use IL —'•-i $300. CaH 7040573257 Audla/Vldeo Reoelirar & SpeMtetsOpllmus STAV-3790 AA/ Receiv­er and two Optimus Pro-LXSII 336-712-0191 $150 Am HatIfHy Celleellbles White Usque from 1960s New, 22 'lures. $1,000 + Fteplacements Barber/tfcampDD sink Mack porcelatrVCast Iron w/aoma attachments. $120/0 BO. Call 336- -- -2l39.Leave message. Blue Rldge Potterty Polosettepauem dishes SB pieces 6 place setting ♦ serving. ’***$275 In mint condition wI pulldown bar & teg ext. Great giRI call 704-202- 0031 $400 Ctirfsttaas tree,6.5' pra-Kl. Used once. Paid $150. Asking $50. Call 704---------*" Marvel:The Defenders, 15 total 1970‘S A 19B0’s.Good to Fine con- dtilon. 704-278-3747 $60 COMPUTER MONITORS OeH, HP. compact. $25. Please can 704-637-9014 for deiaHe. leave message. DaleEareIiardtJacketOfilcfel Nascar brand. SfecWred color. Size M. 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Call Circulation at 7 0 4 -7 9 7 -4 2 1 3 Moriday-Fridrv 8 AM to 5 PM -JJS S S S ® ■L4 a n o t h e r ZamI ,TENMm ? £C A U -tf CALL TRIAD HOME RENTALS TODAY! Wo will find n qualified renter for you! 336-918-5393 N ee d to p o st f yo u r a d on a diversity or specialty w ebsite? W e c a n d o t h a t i CaH Salisbury Post C l a s s i f i e d D e p t , a t 704-797-4220 a n d ask a b o u t Total Talent Reach. S h a r e C u r i o s i t y . Read Together. www.read.gov D8 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 10,2015 As I 'toV'' . :•) I This art by Ashden Harris featuring mascots from each school will be featured on the Davle County Schools holiday card. North Student Art On Schools’ Holiday Card Shady Grove second graders Riley Spaugh, Zoe Hendrix and Zowie Bailey investigate how sound affects the ear. Second Graders Learn About Sound Shady Grove Elementary second graders recently par­ ticipated in a morning of sound rotations. Nurse Kathleen Bokeno discussed the parts of the ear with students and told them how ears receive sound. The art teacher, Amanda Juhasz, created tambourines and demonstrated the lower and higher pitched sounds objects made within the tambourines. Music teacher Lou Wil­ son demonstrated vibrations using boomwhackers and tuning forks. The students had the op­ portunity to research sound using the computers and sound websites. They were also able to investigate sound using sound robots. In the annual holiday card art contest, Ashden Hams’ design featuring mascots from each school was cho­ sen to be featured on the front of the card. Hams is a student at North Davie Middle, and this is the fourth time her art has been selected to be fea­ tured on the card. Art work by Hannah Eliz­ abeth McMillian of Coolee­ mee Elementary and Alexis Dulin of Davie High will also be on the card. School level winners were: Juliana Grubb, Cen­ tral Davie; Hannah Eliza­ beth McMilIian1 Coolee­ mee; Daniela Diaz-Botello, Comatzer; GIamar Galeas, Early College; Alexis Du- lin, Davie High; Mia Clair Myers, Mocksville; Ashden Harris, North Davie; An- nika Laine Bell, Pinebrook; Hyun Seo <Cho, Shady Grove; Victoria Bailey, South Davie; Keelyn Oakes, William R. Davie; and Da- rah Osborne, William Ellis. Teacher In NCCAT Program Susan W. Riddle of Cor- natzer Elementary School attended a program held at the N.C. Center for the Ad­ vancement of Tbaching1 a recognized national leader in professional development programming for North Carolina teachers. A participating educa­ tor from Rowan-Salisbury Schools was Jennifer J. Coble of E. Hanford Dole Elementary School. The room is full of activity as students learn about sound. m M erry C h ristm a s FROM THE WISDOM TEETH AND D ental im plant Ex perts EKH Drtmb1 Richardsonfi^iil (704) 873-6988 imOMAt*aua-8a«S)#t.KC 2B77 omsdr8.com John Marshall helps students Kristina Stiles, Caswell Moore and Elliott Gould with a robot ToVs FOn tors - I/ * -I-O1. ✓ N e C e n tm e t P a y m e n t P l a n i / P m e A e tiv n tie n And during «j© HeBidnys get a ✓ PREl PHQNi ACCESSORY!* YadtBlA Telecom “ Old-Timey Christmas Cooleemee Students Discover Their Heritage Page D1 Picnic Train M an R e sto rs O ld A m u se m e n tR id e Page C3 DAVIE C O U N TV ENTERPRI/ENRECORD USPS 149-160 N um ber 51 Thursday, Dec. 17, 2015 8 Whooping Cough Cases Confirmed At Davie High On Dec. 9, a letter by school officials to Davie High parents was posted on the school’s website informing them a stu­ dent had been diagnosed with pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough. By Dec. 14, that number had risen to eight laboratory confirmed cases, and two more awaiting confirmation, accord­ ing to Suzanne Wright, director of the Davie County Health Department. She said Monday, three of the' eight laboratory bonfirmed cases were reported Monday morning, and the number con­ tinues to rise. Pertussis is spread through the air and is highly conta­ gious. It mimics the common cold in the beginning, but after a week or two, a mild cough will turn into severe cough­ ing that will come in spasms, Wright said. The person cannot stop coughing, may lose their breath, vomit after coughing or have a whooping sound when trying to breathe in at the end of the cough. Symptoms can develop 21 days after close contact (three feet or more than 15 minutes face to face) with an infected person, so, Wright said,: par­ ents need-to monitor students through the holidays and into the new year. That applies even if the student has had the Tdap vaccine (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis) because the vaccine has an efficacy range of 80 to 85 percent, and vaccine levels decrease with time, so routine Please See Cough • Page 10 Parade Bounty Alyssa Snow, 4, of Mocks­ ville, shows her bounty of candy handed out at the Advance Christm as Pa­ rade Saturday morning. S ee m ore photographs of the parade on pages 4 and 5. - P h o to s by R obin Snow A Hero? Two Incumbents File For School Board Two incumbents - Repub­ licans Wendy Home and Paul Drechsler - have filed for two of the four seats to be filled next year on the Davie County Board of Education. County Commissioners Terry Renegar, Richard Poin­ dexter and Mark Jones, incum­ bents, filed for re-election, as did N.C. Sen. Andrew Brock, N.C. House member, Julia Howard and the Davie Regis­ ter of Deeds, Brent Shoaf, all Republicans. Board of Education seats held by Carol Livengood and Steve Ridenhour are also up for election. The candidate filing period continues until noon Monday, D ec.21. Offices that may be filed for and fees paid in the Davie Board of Elections Office: 34th Senate District ($207), 79th State House District ($207), Register of Deeds ($536), county commission ($66), and board of education ($36). Filing fees may be paid by check to the Davie Board of Elections, 161 Poplar St., Suite 102, Mocksville. Direct questions to 753- 6072. Harold Frank Doesn’t Think So; France Does By M ike B arnbardt Enterprise Record Harold Frank doesn’t con­ sider himself a hero. The people of France think otherwise. On Veterans Day, Frank, 91 and a former prisoner of war in Germany, was named to the Legion of Honor by France, presented by Denis Barbet, counsel general of France to the U.S. Southeast, at a cere­ mony in Charlotte. Frank was captured by Ger­ man soldiers in France, while going behind the enemy lines to get information. Last week, he was congrat­ ulated by county commission­ ers. A hero? “I’m the luckiest man in the world," Frank told commis­ sioners. He made it home, and cred­ its mind over body. "You’d be amazed of what your brain and thoughts will do to you. Some of them boys (fel­ low prisoners of war) starved to death because they always thought about i t ... went to bed thinking they're going to starve to death - and they did.” Frank had another plan. “I didn’t quit. I wanted to come home to see my momma and daddy, my brothers and sisters." His advice: “Don’t ever give up. No matter how bad it gets, don’t quit.” Frank still wears the bul­ let that went into his shoulder when he was captured, and his dog tags. He apologized for missing Davie’s Veterans Day celebration, the first he had missed. He also offered those at the meeting some of his opinions on gun control and the govern­ ment. He praised the work of Gen. George Patton. “We need a Patton now,” he said. “They let us fight in World War II to win it, not to keep it going. Talk to the people in Washington, I don’t care what party they belong to, we’re all Americans. I appre­ ciate freedom because I know what I lost. “God bless you, and God bless the United States of America. We’ve got stuff ain’t nobody else got and we want to keep it.” The France National Or­ der of the Legion of Honor is the highest conferred upon a French or foreign national, cre­ ated by Napoleon Bonaparte Harold Frank speaks at in 1802. U.S. veterans had to this month’s county COm- have helped liberate France. missioner meeting. 689076382120 2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 17,2015 Editorial Page Left Or Right, U.S. Presidents Are Criticized Unlike today, our presidents didn’t always have to be so circumspect in their comments. During an Allied conference in 1943 among the great military powers — Churchill, Stalin and Roosevelt — the Soviet dictator turned the discussion to what would happen after the war. After they won. “50,000 Germans — Hitler’s top officers — must be shot,” Stalin said. Churchill objected loudly, ac­ cording to the outstanding Twitter account I follow daily, RealTime WWII. FDR intervened, “Let’s compromise — we’ll only shoot 49,000.” Churchill stormed off. Imagine what a Facebook frenzy that would have stirred in 1943. The fury of angry comments has only started to brew for GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump. As his poll figures climb, the anger from his op­ ponents gets more shrill. If he eventually wins, his political enemies will go berserk. We’ve been sub­ jected to seven years of crazy and weird comments on social media sites about President Obama, largely driven by the unproven claim that he’s not a native bom American. The political flip-side — the liberals — will do the same for Trump if he becomes President. Their venom will be heaped on any Republican in the Oval Office. W hen the political winds shift, so does the direction of the anger. Isn’t it enough to disagree with their policies? Do we have to attack the Presidents’ character? President Obartw»s^eniisJ:oJje. 3 thoroughly nice fellow even though I’ve disagreed with much of his administration’s actions. He has a beautiful family. Trump, meanwhile, is the ultimate circus barker and thoroughly entertaining in his brashness and ability to command the stage. Despite his critics wild-eyed claims, he is not a Hitler or a fascist. Those are extreme labels that should be saved for the Devil himself. 1 The political spectrum’s Rabid Right and Loony Left have something in common: They hate anyone who disagrees with them and wouldn’t acknowledge the sky is blue if their opponent says so. My friend Jerry King of Cooleemee had some fun with me last week. Since my long-time barber retired a year ago, I’ve let my hair grow. My nearly-white mane is longer now than during my college days. Jerry slipped me a note during last week’s Mad­ rigal Dinner performed by Davie High students: “Dwight, the new hair style looks like Trump. Only his is blond and thin.” He isn’t the only to note my “Trump” hair. I can’t feel too sorry for the fury Trump faces. He led the birther claims against Obama. Maybe he de­ serves all the abuse he is now getting. Likewise, President Obama has fired wildly at times. Trying to regulate gun ownership after vari­ ous mass shootings, Obama's actions have resulted in a wild backfire. Gun sales have skyrocketed every time the President calls for more regulations. Which candidate will Davie County favor when North Carolina’s primary is held in March? N.C. Sen. Andrew Brock is Marco Rubio’s state chair. Brock said he likes the Florida senator's personal success story and youthfulness. No votes will be cast until February, but the time is narrowing when voters will sort out the fuss. Ted Cruz of Texas has found some traction, but Trump still remains the one to beat on the Republican side. — Dwight Sparks ENC&NGEREP SPEC/ES,,, BLUB WHALB3W\ATRfiM RWNO mM NSO Z P^i&UIN M m c m /wpptB OAe* In The Mail... Cooleemee A Caring Community Letters Welcome The Enterprise Record welcomes letters from its readers on topics of local, state, national or in­ ternational 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. AU letters should include the name and address of the writer, including a signature. A telephone num­ ber, 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. Davie County Enterprise Record P.O. Box, 99 ,Mocksville, mike.barnhardt@davie-enterprise.com. To the editor: Thanks everyone so much for helping to make the Cool­ eemee Senior Christmas Luncheon a great success. Spe­ cial thanks to Mike Hendrix for the lively music. Thanks to the businesses and merchants and friends for donations. We appreciate the Rev. Allen Mullins serving as emcee, and a very special thanks to Mt. and Mrs. Santa Claus who delight us each year with their visit. John Groff and Gina Groffprovided beautiful decorations. And a big thank you to Santa's helpers. C hristm as Lights I want to thank all of the generous people who donated money for the Christmas lights for the Cooleemee Volun­ teer Fire Department: Joe and Jeanne Warwick, John Chan­ dler, Doll and Nancy Foster, Breck and Betty Bullock, Jamey O'Neal and Kris Howell. V Judy Webb Cooleemee D A V IE C O U N T Y ENTERPRI/i^ECORD USPS 149-160 171 S. Main St., P.O. 8ox99, Mocksville, NC 27028 (338)751-2120 Published weekly by Salisbury Newsmedla LLC Mlke Bamhardt.... 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DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 17,2015 - 3 I n A pj j j t . , T i M P * & -*1 4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday, Dec. 17,2015 ■U B3 4 9 „ I i*''»■I 1 I t- \=2I3ESS^B5£n ii (. v * r"i| Sirena Crotts 2 is dressed for the holidays as the Advance Fire Department kicks off the annual Christmas Parade. - P hotos by Robin Snow I + / t * % '.dim ft*: '$ i ‘f H & JHi JifM , Z , T ^ \ I Even the goats are getting into the spirit. Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus waive to the young and old, ushering in Christmas to Advance. Don’t forget the reason for the season. Ilfls r f m i ” .MUL 16 ■ J L P 1 These tractors chug along spreading Christ­ m as cheer to parade spectators. (A _ Did they ask the cow? This float promotes beef as a food source. .B s KJ Homemade contraptions are always a nignugnt or the Advance Christmas Parade, designed as an event for everyone. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 17,2015 - 5 v * > ry s Y I . ■ . I l v ■ !■ '41; iS ( I S i. 5 ? f W f I * S= S f i L t i * M ir-s g j , p » ■I " i* » -■ ^ ■ , A Members of the Davie High School War Eagle Marching Band keep spirits high with som e holiday music along the Advance parade route. . f i / - r Families ride on top,of the sponsoring Advance Fire Department truck. Cub Scouts wish everyone a Merry Christmas PflPf Ve W* ' 'm L L ld k ui Advance dance students perform along the parade route. I ' ' ' r-- t -ji.—. RB. v— * THOMAS S. BROWDER, DDS I I Family & Cosmetic Dentistry S - / 1 j«sos «W S m - S s p 1 >7I iubtiSiilMrlSiBf I iSiTAiliW i i A.IgSfc-*«r Good News Club members from Green Meadows Baptist hand out candy. Has the high price o f dentistry kept you from seeing the D entist- Introducing the Healthy Smiles Advantage Plan. p r ; i r Classic vehicles add som e nostalgic thoughts to the parade. This includes: . H j H • 2 cleanings, 2 exams and& T;|' xrays peryiear: S ’-'-.i* 10% off ALLother dental work » $25 per month for the first person* $23 for the second and J $22 for each additional person H Thomas S. KrowileiyDOS. FAGD 336-998-9988. See our website browdersmiles.com and : click on Healthy Smiles Advantage Plan , for additional information . - 6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 17,2015 PuhUc Records Marriages . The following were is­ sued marriage licenses by the Davie Register of Deeds. - Melissa.Sue Rogers, 30, and William Cody McClam- rock, 30, of Mocksville. . - Robert Edward Zins1 53, of Winston-Salem, and Kimberly Ann Smith, 45, of Advance; - Cristobal Cruz de Jesus, 41, and.Amelia Resendiz Hernandez, 42, of Mocks­ ville.' . • .- Dustin Paul Riel, 27, and Jessica Ann Bailey,.26, both of Mocksville. GivilLawsuits : The following civil law­ suits were filed with the Da­ vie Register of Deeds. . - Shannon C. Eggleston vs. Michael T. Dalton, do­ mestic violence protective order. : - National Collegiate Stu­ dent Loan Trust vs. Melissa Creason and Jonathan Crea- soii, collection on account, $2,841.82. - Gary Leonard Killian, Sr. vs. Robin Moore Killian, absolute divorce. - Tessa Thompson vs. Travis Sutterlin, domestic violence protective order. - Brian Reilly vs. Exie Al­ len, no contact order. - Brittany Louyasha Joyner vs. Antoine Keith Joyner, domestic violence protective order. - Jennifer Lee McBride vs. Garland Shane Holle- man, domestic violence pro­ tective order. - Joseph Holland Swaim Jr. vs. Rhonda H. Swaim, divorce. - AUegacy Federal Credit Union vs.. Nancy E.' Rea­ vis, possession of personal property, damages. - Travis Sutterlin vs. Mi- caela Thompson, custody. - Davie Social Services vs.; child support, Steven W. Hodges; Thomas R. Wil­ cox; Donnie R. James, Jr.; Carlos A. Erazo-Hemandez; Annie M. Snyder; and Mi­ chael L. Reed. - Sherry Callahan vs. Ri- vertrail, petition for recov- ; ery of comp benefits. - TD Bank USA as suc­ cessor in interest to Target National Bank vs. Chas- ton D. Key and Tracey Key, collection on account, $2,211.76. - Americredit Financial Services doing business as GM Financial vs. Mark A. Nichols, collection on ac­ count,$8,691.88. - Barclays Bank Delaware vs. Iris N. Trotter, collection on account, $2,196.72. - Discover Bank vs. Mi­ chael B. Restivo, collection on account, $2,461.76. - Elizabeth H. Robertson vs. Timothy Lee Robertson, absolute divorce. Mocksville Police The following are from Mocksville Police Depart­ ment reports. - The larceny of money from a purse at McDonalds, Yadkinville Road, was re­ ported Dec. 10. - A trespasser was report­ ed at Davie County Hospital on Dec. 9. - The breaking, entering and larceny of money from a vehicle parked off Yadk­ inville Road was reported Dec. 8. - The breaking, entering and larceny of prescription Oxycodone from a vehicle parked off Valley Road was reported Dec. 8. - A trespasser was report­ ed at Dollar General, Salis­ bury Road, on Dec. 8. - The shoplifting of household goods from Dol­ lar General, Salisbury Road, was reported Dec. 13. Arrests - Lorri Ann Cass, 49, of Union Grove, was charged Oct. 24 with concealment of merchandise and obtaining property by false pretense. Trial date: Dec. 17. IV aflIc A cc id e n ts - Two residents of Heri­ tage of Cedar Rock off Crestview Drive went on a brief joyride just after mid­ night Dec. II, damaging property including an em­ ployee’s vehicle. Officer S.W. Shore re- HEATING, COOLING, RESIDENTIALfRIMMBlNG SALES, SERVICE, INSTALLATION C X SERVING DAVIE AND ROWAN COUNTIES Office: 336-284-2881 Mobile: 336-345-9207 Rowan: 704-633-4777 ported that Rohri Richard- assault by vehicle; Ronny larceny, US 158, Bermuda son was driving the 2002 Sheets, 62, of McCullough Run; damage to property, Saturn, and William Cum- Road, Mocksville, failure Springhill Dr., Mocks- berlander was a passenger, to appear in court; Robert ville; harassing phone call, when it struck objects in Harris, 44, of Tittle Trail, DoEtrot Roed1 Mocksville; the Crestview and Fairmont Mocksville, non-support of domestic disturbance, No Drive area, leaving s "sig- child;RogerColtrane,26,of Creek .Road, Mocksville; nificant debris field” and Jasmine Lane, Mocksville, domestic disturbance, Junc- causing an estimated $3,000 possession' of controlled tion Road, Mocksville. damage to the car, which substance on jail premises. Dec. 8: domestic assault, belonged to Vickie Steele. Dec. 9: Alonzo Gibson, US 601 S., Mocksville; Iar- The keys had been left in 40, of Swicegood St., Cool- ceny of tag, Meta Breeze the console. Shore reported. • eemee, probation violation; Lane, Mocksville; obtaining -Amanfacesthreecharg- Ashley Lickliter, 26, of property by false pretense, e's after a wreck on Wilkes- Cross St., Cooleemee, mis- Mullins Road, Mocksville. boro Street at 1:22a.m. Dec. demeanor child abuse. Dec. 9: unauthorized use 12. Dec. 10: Sebastian Stur- of vehicle. County Line Kristopher Blake Reece, divant, 19, of Draughn Road, Harmony; domestic 32, of Lakeview Road, was Lane, Mocksville, proba- disturbance, Swicegood St., driving a 2014 Cadillac tion violation, violation of Cooleemee; communicat- SUV that spun for 85 feet court order, failure to appear ing threats, Powell Road, (before going up an embank- . in court; John Starling, 41, Mocksville; disturbance, ment to the right, crossing of Winston-Salem, failure Bootleg Alley, Cooleemee. the street, going off the road to appear in court; Danell Dec. 10: affray, Salisbury to the left into a ditch before Waller, 46, of Cheny Hill Road, Mocksville; larceny, going back onto Wilkesboro Road, Mocksville, non-sup- NC 801 S., Mocksville; Street, reported Officer D.T. port of child; Steven Rice, arson, FostaIl Dr., Mocks- Matthews. • 38, of NC 801 S., Cool- ville; larceny, injury to The wreck was reported eemee, worthless check; property, Cheny Hill Road, by OnStar for an airbag de- Charles Watson, 45, of Lib- Mocksville; larceny, Chey- ployment and rollover. Re- erty Church Road, Mocks- enne Lane, Mocksville; ece told Matthews he had ville,assault. cyber-bullying, Madera, left 4 Oaks Tavem to go to Dec. 11: Jeffrey Smith, Dr., Mocksville; domes- the Circle K convenience 40, of Winston-Salem, tic disturbance, Calvin store and the traction con- larceny, larceny . of a Lane, Mocksville; trespass- trol caused him to lose con- firearm;Taneisha Gaither, ing, Pudding Ridge Road, trol. He was located back at 27, of Westside Dr., Mocks- Mocksville; breaking, en- the tavern. ville, unauthorized use of tering and larceny, Bayhill -TeresaBogerRaisbeck vehicle; Bobby Freeman, Dr., Advance; breaking and was driving a 2005 Dodge 55, of Woodleaf, domestic entering, Kae Lane, Mocks- on Valley Road at 5:32 p.m, violence prevention order ville; dispute, Calvin Lane, Dec. 7 when it was struck violation; Samuel James, Mocksville; child custody by a deer, reported Officer 35, of Bailey St., Mocks- dispute, Swicegood St., R B. Spillman. ville, larceny; Maggie Cody, Cooleemee; discharging . . 27, of Swicegood St., Cool- firearm causing fear, Duke E f JT1 eemee, misdemeanor child Whittaker Road, Mocks-The following were ar- fai,ure tQ appear jn vji|e; larceny, Comatzer court. Road1Advancc. Dec. 13: John Jackson Dec. 12: sexual assault, Jr., 21, of Woodleaf, as- No Creek Road, Mocks- sault with a deadly weap- ville; larceny, Farmington on, possession Schedule Road, Mocksville; larce- II controlled substance, ny, Liberty Church Road, possession drug parapher- Mocksville; disturbance, lailure to appear in assau|t on a femaiet Cattle Way, Mocksville; as- Natalie Garcia, 17, of . . , . femate. Williams rested by the Davie County Sheriff’s Depatment. Dec. 7: Maricruz Zavala- Ruiz, 33, of HamptonviUe1 failure to appear in court; Christopher Atkins, 23,- of Joe Myers Road, Ad­ vance, failure to appear in court; Swicegood St., Cooleemee,injury to property, posses- sault on a female, Williams controlled substance Road, Mocksville; distur-, . . . Slon OUIIIIOIICU 9UU9UUW B W 1 mu»»4„„W|resisting an officer, giving on premises; Matthew bance, Swicegood St., Cool-infrtrmflfrnn In an - rfictitious information to an officer, driving without a license; Dylan Kennedy, 21, Brown, 21, of Clemmons, eemee. possession marijuana up ti Dec. 13: assault with a . . . half ounce, possession drug deadly weapon, posses- of Mocksville, probation resisting an sion drugs, assault, injuryviolation; Jeffrey Smith, K b 40, of Winston-Salem, pro- 0 cer'# bation violations; Charlie Sheriff’s Dept. Rawlinson, 53, of Winston- The following are Salem, robbery with a dan- Davie County Sheriff’s De- gerous weapon. partment reports. 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Myers. 12 months unsupervised driving while license re­ prosecuting: John Bandle, probation, remain on good voked, reduced to failure KaitIyn Jones, and Pearce behavior, not ,violate any to notify DMV of address Dougan, assistant DAs. laws, cost, if in compliance change, $100, cost; posses- - Barbara Potts Allen, un-. charges may be dismissed in . sion/display of altered/ficti- safe movement, dismissed,.. 12 months. ...’.. tious/revoked license, reck- civil. . - Donnie R. Ga.rretson, less driving to endanger, - Jordan Gray Blevins, canceled/revoked/suspend- dismissed per plea, expired registration, ex- edcertificate/tag,dism issed,- Gregory L. Mattingly, pired/no inspection, dis- corrected.' DWI1 sentenced to 60 days, missed, corrected; reckless Courtney R-. Granna- suspended ,18 months, 24 driving - wanton disregard, man, cyberslalkirig, dis-. hours community .service, reduced to unsafe move- missed at request of pros- . surrender license, not oper- : ment, prayer for judgment ecuting witness. ate vehicle, until: licensed, continued; cost.. . ...- Charles Robert. Hall, credit .for substance abuse - Lester Lavon Boyd Jr., possession of drug para- assessment/treatment, $100, speeding 120 in a 70, dis- phemalia. dismissed .per . cost; resisting public officer, missed per plea; reckless compliance with: deferred possession of open con- driving to endanger, $ 1,200, prosecution. . taitier/consuming alcohol in cost. - R. .Urbina Hernandez, -passenger inrca; dismissed - Adam Lee Bridges,-in- failure to. stop for stop sign/- per plea: terfering with emergency red light, $10, cost. .. . - Deven Antonio Milton, communication, . -assault William Chase Hicks.-. possession;., of. marijuana on a female, dismissed per failure id stop for red light, more than o.nc-hnlf ounce compliance; with deferred . prayer, for judgment contin- to one and 'one-half ounces, prosecution. ued.cost. . possession of drug: para- . - Christopher B. Brown;.." - Megtin Lynn Jarvis., con--.phemalia, dismissed; in the speeding 53 in. a 35, dis-. suming alcohol by person .. interest of justice, evidence missed per plea;, driving under age. !9, dismissed, ordered destroyed, while license revoked not deferred prosecution; com- .. . - Alexis Samone Morris. DWI', reduced to failure pletedl assaiili hy pointing a gun. to notify , DMV of address • - Ivan Enriquez-.Iimcnc/., dismissed, failure of. pros- change,$100,cost. possession of. marijuana ecuting witness to,appear. - Cesar Perez Callejas, paraphernalia. • possession state’s'.'motion In-continue driving while license re- of.marijuana up to one4taif denied. '". voked'not DWl. reduced to ounce,... deferred prdsccii- - Benjamin Shahc Mor- failure tonotify' DMV of. tion; 12 months unsuper- ris, • expired registration, address.change;$200, cost; vised prqbaiion, remain on ; expired/no inspection, pos- failure to. wear seat belt, good behavior, not violate session of marijuana para- driving/allow.ihg vehicle to laws, cost, if.in compliance phemalia. dismissed per be driven with no registrar charges may be dismisscd in plea: possession of mari- tion., operating vehicle with 12 months.1 juana up to one-half ounce, no insurance, dismissed per - Hcaiher Nicole Jones,, deferred : prosecution., 12 plea. speeding 42 in a 25;, prayer months unsuperviscd . pro- - Kelsey BreanneCheeks, for judgment continued. baiion,40'hours community speeding 77 in. a 55.-dis- cost.. . service, obtain substance missed in the interest of . - - Samuel Robert Jordan; abuse assessment/treatment, justice; . driving while l.i- - possession, of drug pani- cense revoked not DWI, phemalia, driving left of canceled/revoked/suspend- center, dismissed per.plea; ed certificate/tag; operating possession of marijuana .up vehicle with no insurance, to one-half .oiince. deferred dismissed, corrected. prosecution; 12 months - Thomas Roland Craver, unsupervised. !probation, unlawfully passing emer-.. remain on good behavior. •gency/public service ve- not violate laws, cost, if in hicle, reduced. to -improper, compliance,charges may be. equipment, $25, cost, $50 dismissed |n 12 months. - equipment fee. .. - Troy. Randall, Laws, - Michelle. H.- Dalton; operating vehicle, with no driving while .license .. re- insurance, expired/no' in­ voked not DWI, reduced to spection,. driving/allowing failure to notify DMV of.ad- vehicle.to be driven with no dress change, $50, cost. , registration, disriiissed. per . Reade. : Nathanael plea; driving while license Daubih,speeding89ina 70, . revoked .DWI. revocation,, reduced to improper, equip- prayer for.judgment contin- . ment,.$50, cost, $50-equip- ued.cost. : mentfee.; .- Burton Blaine Leamon, .- Chelsea . Ruth Davis, speeding 67 in a 45,:prayer DWI, sentenced to 60 days, for. judgment continued,;, suspended '18 months, .24 cost. . hours community: service,, v -AaronTyrone Lee. driv-. surrender license, not.-oper- ing ;while license revoked, ate vehicle, until licensed., not DWl. reduced to failure • obtain substance abuse as- to.notify DMV of address: sessment/treatment, $100, change, $25. cost, cost; DWI, sentenced.to one - Travis Lamont Lewis, year, suspended 18 months, . driving .while license re- .seven days active/credit for inpatient treatment,!surren­ der .license, hot operate ve­ hicle until licensed., credit, for substance abuse assess-; ment/treatment, $400,'cost; two counts .possession, of marijuana . paraphernalia, driving left of center, two counts no license, failure to stop for stop sign/red light, failure to maintain lane con­ trol, dismissed perplea, evi­ dence ordered destroyed: - Hannah B. Everhart, failure to stop for steady; red light, reduced to improper equipment. . - Roger Dale Frye, DWI, sentenced to two years, pended 18 months, 30 days active,, surrender license, not' operate vehicle until licensed, obtain substance, abuse assessment/treatment. . $500, cost; ! motorcycle/ Moped helmet passenger violation, failure to comply with license restrictipns, dismissed perplea. -NatashaShante Gadson, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equip­ ment fee. - - Andrew M. Gardner, possession of marijuana up if in compliance charges ure to notify DMV of ad- to one-half ounce, posses- rnay be dismissed in 12 dress change, $25, cost. sion of drug paraphernalia, months. - Cristian Carlos Salvi, deferred prosecution, 12 - April Dawn Neeley, speeding 96 in a 70, dis- months supervised proba- driving while license re- missed per plea; reckless tion, 24 hours community voked not DWI, failure to driving - wanton disregard, service, obtain substance dim lights when meeting $400, cost. abuse assessment/treatment, vehicle, open container af- - Tony Preston Scarlett, remain on good behavior, ter consuming alcohol, fail- possession of marijuana up cost, if in compliance charg- ure to comply with license toone-halfounce,$25,cost, es may be dismissed in 12 restrictions, dismissed per evidence ordered destroyed, months. plea; DWl1 sentenced to 60 - Robert Arthur Scott, - Jamie Lee Willis, flee- days. suspended 18 months, misdemeanor probation vio- ing to elude arrest with ve- 24 hours community ser- lation out of county, proba- hicle, speeding in excess of vice, surrender license, not tion terminated. 45 mph, improper passing, operate vehicle until Ii- - Adnan Mohammad dismissed per plea; failure censed, credit for substance Sheikh, speeding 95 in a 70, to heed light or siren, $250, abuse assessment/treatment, prayer for judgment contin- cost, $170 attorney fee, $20 limited driving privilege, ued.cost. install fee. $100, cost, $373.50 attor- - Brandon Tyler Sim- FailurctoAppcar neyfee. mons, speeding 91 in a 70, - Christopher S. Atkins, - Katherine B. Neely, prayer for judgment contin- speeding 62 in a 45, driving worthless check, dismissed, ued.cost. while license revoked DWl civil settlement. - Jonathan Wayne Smith, revocation. - Kellie Teresa Nelson, simple assault, communi- - Heather Lynne Bostian, fictitious/altered title/reg- eating threats, dismissed per driving while license re- istration, dismissed, cor- plea; assault on a female, voked DWI revocation, rectcd. sentenced to 150 days, sus- - Alicia Michelle Dye, - Corey Lynn Paugh, pended 18 months. 63 days simple possession schedule speeding 75 in a 55, prayer credit, abide by 50-B, sub- VI controlled substance, for judgment continued, mit to random drug testing/ possession of drug para- cost. remain free of drugs, not phemalia. - Melissa Ann Phelps, assault/threaten/harass vie- - Paula Ann Jarvis, driv- aid and abet driving while tims. attend inpatient rehab ing while license revoked, license revoked DWI revo- and comply with terms and - Kimberly J. O'Brien, cation, dismissed per pica of conditions, cost, $390 attor- possession of marijuana up principal. neyfee. to one-half ounce, posses- - Isaias Policarpo Reyes, - Glen Elmore Stanley sion of drug paraphernalia, speeding 52 in a 35, reduced Jr., driving while license - Bobby Wayne Pearce to improper equipment, revoked DWI revocation, Jr., driving while license $100, cost, $50 equipment prayer for judgment contin- revoked not DWl1 speeding fee; no license, dismissed ued.cost. 83 in a 70. perplea. - Matthew Dean Stan- - Maricruz Zavala Ruiz, - Casey Shawn Roberts, ley, possession of drug possession/sale of alcohol unlawfully passing emer- paraphernalia, dismissed by with no permit, gency/public service ve- court per compliance with - Michael Aldolfo War- hicle, prayer for judgment deferred prosecution, evi- ren, possession of malt bev- continued.cost. dence ordered destroyed. erage/unfortified wine by - Manuel Rios-Roman, - Paul Matthew Tate, person not 19/20. 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Al CftllAftd [ricet IrcJude Snandng NMAC 6 2 9 J a k e A Ie x a n d e r Blvd. S. S alisbury, N C 2 8147 855-362-9619 B E n iM m n BenMynattNissan.com DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 17 ,2015 - BI Svorts Boys Run Out Of Juice At Reynolds By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record Davie’s varsity boys basketball team defeated North Iredell and West Rowan to post the longest winning streak (five) in three years. Although the War Eagles lost the Central Piedmont Con­ ference opener at Reynolds, they threw a ton of counter punches and led at halftime in a perfor­ mance that spoke volumes about their improvement from last year, when they finished 7-16 and I-Il in the CPC. “To compete against that level of a team as hard as we did, yeah, there's a lot more positives than negatives,” coach Mike Absher said following a 17-point loss. Beating N. Iredell Cooper Wall, Nic Starnes and Jordan McDaniel entered the home game against North Iredell on Dec. 7 averaging 40.6 points between them. The trio combined for 22 against N. Iredell, and Davie won anyway. Heath Slabach (17 points, giv­ ing him 35 in two games), Cory Heiner (15 points, eight rebounds) and L.P. Mua (10 points, eight rebounds) picked up the slack as Davie won 72-67. “The great thing about us now is a handful of guys can pick us up on any night,” Absher said. “It's nice to have different people who can step up a different times.” McDaniel had nine points. Stames had eight points and six assists. Michael Walton had five points. Wall had five points, five rebounds and four assists. Trailing 50-46 in the third, Da­ vie turned the game with a 7-0 run to close the quarter. Mua scored inside, Walton buried a 3-pointer and Slabach pump faked from the arc and drove the baseline to give Davie a 53-50 lead. It was 62-62 with 1:17 to go. Davie regained control from there Please See Juice - Page B4 Davie point guard Nic Starnes drives in a win over North Iredell. Foard Stops Davie Wrestling Streak At 24 By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record Davie’s wrestling team has a brawny lineup. Foard’s is even stronger. The powers collided Saturday in the Nofttf4Lincoln Duals. For the second year in a row, the War Eagles were 13-0 when they met the Foard Tigers. For the second year in a row, the Tigers handed Davie its first loss. “We don’t know yet how to get up (for a big match),” a dis­ appointed coach Buddy Lowery said following a 45-23 loss. “You can tell them all you want to ... Hey, they’re good. You’ve got to wrestle hard when you wrestle good people." Two days earlier, the War Ea­ gles stomped Reagan 75-3 on the road to improve to 2-0 in the Cen­ tral Piedmont Conference. Josh Shore, David Sigmon, Thad Vandiver, Hunter Strick­ land, Crayton Wise and Anthony Olmedo delivered pins. Isaiah Whitley won by injury default. Kyle McCune won a decision. Hunter Smith, Tommy Trader, Isaiah Olmedo, Jesse Carter and Jesus Olmedo received forfeits. At North Lincoln, the War Ea­ gles breezed past their first four opponents, winning 74-6 over West Rowan, 59-15 over North Lincoln, 72-10 over Freedom and 76-6 over Forestview. The Davie-Foard match was the one everyone was waiting to see. Unfortunately for Davie.it brought a substandard performance, drop­ ping 10 of 14 weight classes. The Tigers stopped Davie’s 24-match winning streak in the regular season. It was Davie’s first regu- lar-season setback since 31-30 to Newton-Conover at last year’s Red Devil Duals. Foard hit Davie hard early, a 24-0 run over five weight classes giving the Tigers a 27-6 lead. The only Davie win during that span was Smith’s pin at 113. Davie’s other three wins: Wise pinned at 152, I. Olmedo had a technical fall at 182 andA. Olme­ do pinned at 285. The Tigers are really good again. They're 16-1, with the only loss coming from an out-of-state team - North Forsyth (Ga.). They have taken four straight from Da­ vie, winning 45-15 last year. 45-18 in 2013-14 and 36-33 in 2010-11. “We've got the potential to be decent, but we did some lit­ tle things wrong,” Lowery said. “Shoot, we got pinned too many times. We can’t get pinned (five times).” f For the day. Smith, Wise and I. Olmedo all went 5-0. Shore, Whitley, Will Allen, McCune and J. Olmedo went 4-1. Going 3-2 were Nolan Osborne and A. Olmedo. David Sigmon and Spen­ cer Wilson were 2-0. Trader and Carter were 2-1. ;’ I. Olmedo is still perfect on the season at 21-0. The other top. . records belong to Smith (21-1), Trader (18-6), McCune (18-6), Whitley (17-4), J. Olmedo (16-5). Shore (15-6), A. Olmedo (15-7), Wise (14-5), Allen (10-2), Carter (9-3) and Sigmon (9-3). “(Jesus and Anthony Olmedo) are seeing their brother (Isaiah Olmedo) win this year at 182,” Lowery said of the 220 and 285 freshmen twins. “And they’re go­ ing to say: ’How did he get there?’ He has worked.” Girls Fall Short At Reynolds Fresljman Emma Slabach of Davie’s varsity boxes out.Photos by Kevin Carden By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record Davie’s varsity girls basketball team came excruciatingly close to ending a long losing streak to Reynolds, getting three clean looks from 3-point range in the final two minutes but missing each one and losing 46-41 on the road in the Central Piedmont Conference opener on Dec. 11. “I was not at all disappointed with the shots we got,” coach Dave Ruemenapp said. “I just think we kind of felt the pressure of the moment.” Four days earlier, Davie beat visiting North Iredell 57-45 in nonconference play. Although a third straight win lifted Davie to o-.t, Ruemenapp didn’t think the uetformance was anything special. “I didn’t think we played as hard as we could,” he said. “Our defense wasn’t as solid as we need­ ed it to be. I didn’t think we put it all together like we’re capable. But it’s always good to get the win.” Davie had a slim 21 -20 halftime lead, but it began to pull away in the third. “We came out with a purpose after halftime," he said. “Patterson Jones hit a nice jumper (in the fourth) that stretched the lead to seven. We gutted one out.” The biggest reasons for the win: Madison Zaferatos and Ashlyn Hampton. Zaferatos scored a sea­ son-high 23 points on6-of-14 field goals and I0-of-13 foul shooting. It marked the fourth 20-point effort of her four-year varsity career. Hampton had 16 points and six blocks while converting 8 of 10 foul shots. It was her fifth straight game with 16-plus points. Emma Slabach had nine points. Caitlyn Peebles had five points and seven rebounds. Jones had four points as Davie hit an impressive 79 percent from the line (22 of 28). “Madi got on a good run and made a bunch of free throws,” he said. "That made the difference. They tried to press us at the end, and she did a good job of con­ trolling that. She was able to get to the basket, hit layups and get fouled.” Davie Loses On the road on Friday, the War Eagles flirted with the first win over Reynolds in years, only to fall short 46-41 in the CPC opener. The Demons improved to 4-2 overall. Davie (5-4 overall) scored the fewest points in five games. Zaferatos burned Reynolds early, hitting three 3s in the first quarter and popping her fourth trey early in the second to power Davie to a 19-10 lead. She did not, however, hit another field goal. “Madi came out on fire,” Rue- menapp said. “We handled their press. We moved the ball around. We did all the things we were supposed to do.” The Demons cut the margin to 25-20 by halftime. Amari Cuthb- ertson went for 13 of her game- high 19 points in the third, when Reynolds charged to a 37-34 lead. One of her baskets was an unlucky break for Davie - a banked 3 from the left wing. “I told them the longer we were ahead, the more their (defensive) pressure was going to intensify and the tougher the looks were going to come,” Ruemenapp said. Hampton did everything she could to save Davie in a thrilling fourth, hitting all three of Davie’s - Please See Short - Page B2 ■ DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 17,2015 Parks & Rec SD, ND Wrestling Remain Unbeaten K-6 Basketball K/1 Co-Ed Hornets 2 - Brylie Creel 2 ' Gators 15 - Harmoni Alston 2, Luke Foster 6, Jayce Bentley6 Wolfpack 4 - Jackson Crotts 1, Stephen Jacobs 3 Deacons 24 - Paxton Lewis 5, Braylon Arnold 14, Brianna Tolar 1, Camdyn Holland 4 Blue Devils 19 - Noah Dulin 3, Michael Imes 9, Tris- tjan Lask 5, Ean Click 2 Grizzles 10 - William Robinson 2, Draeton Nance 4, • Jathan Redmond 2, Clinton Cockerham 2, Edarius Oliyer 4 2-4 Girls Tar Heels 24 - Kenadi Gentry 4, MaKenzie Gentry 13, Callle Wisecarver 3, Tatum Tolar 4 Sugar Plum Fairies 5 - Mattie Barnette 1, Hannah McMillan2, Grace Ratledge I lAddison Hendrix 1 Shockers 12 - Andrew Young 2, Jackson Ellis 1, John TarirjorHolcomb 5, Austin Imes 1, Charlie Owens 3 Wildcats 25 - Pexton Mattingly 10, Ryan Henderson 4, Connor Hood 3, Elliott Erlausson 7, Jakob Ben- ziger 1 2/3 Boys Warriers 12 - Parker Batton 3, Gray Collins 7, Gage Dunaway 4, Bayden Stanley 2, Carter Dillard 5, Ley­ ton Cudar 1 Hoosiers 26 - Gavin Reese 20, Brice Wilson 2, Bray- dan Willard 2, Bracken Byington 2 Blue Devils 11 - Nathan Fontaine 2, Luke Miller 3, • Parker Davis 2, Hunter Daywalt 4 ; Hornets 12 - Logan Allen 6, Jackson. Suleki 3, Nor- • bett Falek 1, Owen Blakley 2 4th Grade Boys War Eagles S-A ustin Beaty 4, Austin Beaty 4 Sonics 18 - Ethan Ratiedge 10, Wade Bomer 6, Adam Brown 2 Wolverines 8 -Drew Krause 2, Dane Ponten 4, Ryley Shermer 2 Warriors 16 - Willie Allard 2, Jacksos-fiowars 4-CL, - Cathell Hawks 2, Nick Peterson 2 Blue Hawks 29 - Luke Clark 10, Robert Lee Jordan 4j_Jy_Mathews 7, Eric Duggins 2, Parker Bailey 6 Wolfpack 26 - Owen Horne 5, Lane Dingier 3, Evan Froelich 14, Matt Warner 2, Zander Richardson 2 5/6 Girls > Razorbacks 36 - Kaylee Robertson 2, Emma Jones 4, Raegan Estep 10,Ashley Harris 4, Maelyn Kenney 4, Olivia Tatum 12 Tar Heels 2 - Kortney Maddox 2 Eagles 6 - Kaylyn Knuckols 2, Karrigan Beal 4 Gators 12 - Helena Berner 6, Azariah Brailsford 2, Madison Singleton 4 In th e N ation, w e m a k e y o u w h o le ag a in . J n - - -5TT , ,* - T l f f I n When South Davie’s wrestling team pounded Wesleyan 54-28 on the road on Dec. 4, the Tigers (4-0) had their longest winning streak in seven years. Coach Perry Long’s.. . -team got pins from Lenny Adame, Armando Garcia, Ivan Poag1 iyris Griffin, Kenneth Lee, Avery Taylor and Jose Ramirez. Adrian Romero and Bryan Pastor received forfeits. Five Tigers have 4-0 re­ cords, including Griffin, Lee, Ramirez.AdomeandGarcia. N. Davic Wins North Davie improved to 3-0 with a 63-15 rout at Wesleyan Dec. 4; all three have been by 42-plus points. The winners for coach Jamey Holt were Victor Pe­ rez (pin), Brandon Newcom­ er (pin), Blake Little (pin), John Motley (pin), Logan Ballou-Tomel (pin), David FeIts (pin), Joe Johnson (pin), Jason Wishon (pin), Josh Robinson (decision), Ethan Wilkins (forfeit) and Josh Wright (forfeit). Sporting 3-0 records are Perez, Motley, Robinson, Felts1Johnson and Wright. Ellis Loses West Wilkes dealt EIlis its second-worst loss ever in the form of 72-17 in Millers Creek on Dec. 4. The Jaguars (2-1) only managed three wins. Zach Korczyk and Julian Howard had pins, while Matthew Dawny won by technical fall. The largest -margin of defeat in Ellis' nine-year history came in the school’s first year in 2007-08, when WestMcDowell won 84-11. Johnson, Ratledge Lift South Davie When you add B ran d N ew B e lo n g in g s 5* to your homeowners, renters and condo insurance, we don't just give you the partial value of things that have been stolen or destroyed, we help you replace them with the latest versions. We put our m em bers first, because we don't have Shareholderss"'. Jo in th e N a tio n ' th a t d o e s n 't d o th in g s halfw ay. Keith Hiller 1109 Yadkinville Rd. Willow Oaks Shopping Cenfer Mocksville (336) 751-6131 Nationwide*Is on your side BrooksJohnson and Alex Ratledge made for a terrific combo, and South Davie's boys basketball team rallied In the second half for a 50- 44 home win over Ellis on • Dec. 8. ’... Johnsonscored 19 points and Ratledge added 16 as South overcame a 20-16 halftime deficit. Their dom­ inance was nothing new; Johnson was averaging 15.8 points to this point in the season, with Ratledge at 15.3. Even though South pre­ vailed against a team that recently owned a 16-game winning Streak1Tigers coach Germain Mayfield was un­ satisfied with the perfor­ mance. "They outplayed us,” he said. “They played harder than we did. Our defense was awful.” Johnson gave South a big spark'in the opening mo- menfs of the third quarter, scoring five points to vault South to a 21-20 lead. After hitting a 3-pointer, he got a steal and layup. He hit three 3-pointers for the game. "That got us going,” Mayfield said. “We stayed ahead from there.” Ellis was hit by a Rat­ ledge avalanche. After going scoreless in the first half, Ratledge delivered all his points in the final 12 min­ utes. He hit nine of 15 free throws, but he was especial­ ly good down the stretch, converting five of six. “He hit his free throws wjth the game on the line,” Mayfield said. M.J. Holleman contrib­ uted a season-high seven points as South got a mea­ sure of revenge for last year, when Ellis defeated South twice (50-31 and 61-18). Four days earlier, Ellis' 16-game winning streak was stopped at home by Wesleyan. After starling 3-0, the Jaguars lost for the first time since the second game of last year, when BrawIey won 53-39. North Davie beat visiting Forsyth Country Day on Dec. 8. South Davie won at Starmount on Dec. 9, the Tigers’ fifth straight win raising their record to 6-1. North Davie (4-2) picked up its third win in a row against visiting Summit on Dec. 10. No other details were available on the Ellis-Wes­ leyan, N. Davie-FCD, S. Davie-Starmount and N. Davie-Summit games. S. Davic 50 - Brooks Johnson 19, Alex Ratledge 16, MJ. Holieman 7, Ben Crenshaw 4, Matthew Dan­ iel 2, Matthew James 2. SD Girls Win Streak At Four ' Rylea Carter poured in 19 points, boosting her av­ eraging to 14.6, and two teammates scored season highs as South Davie's girls basketball team rocked vis­ iting Ellis 41-15 on Dec. 8. *. TkteCigers were in com­ plete control throughout, leading 9-0 after one quar­ ter, 24-11 at the half and 39-15 through three. “Ryiea scored 19, but that wasn’t the highlight of her game,” coach Juiie Snow said. “This was the scrappiest she has played. She was getting on the floor for loose balls and dishing out assists. Her third quarter was phenomenal.” Ellis fell to 0-5. South’s Cayla Hartsell matched a season high with nine points. Kayana Caldwell had a season-high five. Klara Lewis also had five. “Cayla did a great job running both the post and guard positions,” Snow said. “Klara did a great job of passing inside. Our girls played really well. Our of­ fense clicked. We came out strong and made sure we played our game.” Four days earlier, Eilis lost at home to Wesleyan. No details were available. South had no trouble beating Starmount on the road on Dec. 9, winning 40-24 to extend its winning streak to four. This was the closest margin during the streak. South led 22-11 at the half and pushed the margin to 31-15 in the third. Again, Carterledwith 13points. “She is doing a great job of moving the ball around," Snow said as South im­ proved to 5-2. “She has re­ ally picked up her intensity the last two games, and it makes those around her that much better." Caldwell delivered a sea­ son high again, this time with eight. Madisyn Cock- erham had a season-high six. Lewis matched a season high with six. “Kudos to Madisyn," Snow said. “She works hard and does her job. She passes up open shots, but dang if she didn't come out today and shoot the ball. I’m so proud of that girl and how hard she works. “Klara has just all around improved. Her mom isn't allowed to come to anymore games because Klara rocks it out every time she’s late or can't come. She is tak­ ing shots when she's open, she's looking inside to our bigs, her defense is always on point and she is working hard to cheer on her team­ mates. Such a big improve­ ment from last year." North Davie was bidding for back-to-back wins, but the Wildcats fell just short, losing 25-24 to visiting High Point Christian on Dec. 4. High Point took the lead midway through the fourth, but North answered to tie it at 23. It was 25-24 with one second left, and North had a one-and-one opportunity from the line with a chance to tie or take the lead. Un­ fortunately, the first shot missed and Northfcllto 1-3. “It was a tough loss,” coach Trevor Gooch said. "We led most of the game. Our girls played hard and are competing." AmberStraderscored 11 points, followed by Megan Cash with six and Abbey Custer and Chanel Fowler with three each. .‘‘.Amber played with great hustle and heart,” Gooch said. North suffered a double whammy against visiting Forsyth County Day on Dec. 8, losing 30-2! and watch­ ing one of its top players - Fowler - go down with an ankle injury. FCD maintained a com­ fortable lead all the way, leading 23-13 after three quarters. Strader had 11 points, Custer had six and Kaitlyn Fletcherand Desiree Johnson had two each. “It was a tough loss and a tough break,” Gooch said. Fowler was the star in North’s only win, scoring 13 points in a 25-22 decision over Ellis. She will be out 4-6 weeks, so her season is pretty much over. “She’s one of our lead­ ing post players,” he said. “It was a like a kick in the teeth. Hopefully we can work in and develop some other players. I was proud Furniture Decor Fine Arts of the girls for battling back, even though one of our best players went down.” The Wildcats caught an­ other bad break in a 45-29 home loss to Summit on Dec. 10. Another starter, Fletcher, was injured. North (1-5) only trailed 22-17 at halftime, but Sum­ mit stretched it out to 32-20 in the third and won going away. Strader, who led with 16 points, is averaging 12.6 over three games. Custer had seven and Cash four. “Amber is playing really hard and canying our team,” Gooch said. "We played hard in a physical game.” HP Christian 25, N. Davie 24 - Amber Strader 11, Megan Cash 6, Abbey Custer 3, Chanel Fowler 3, Kaitlyn Fletcher I. S. Davie 41 • Rylea Car­ ter 19, Cayla Hartsell 9, Kayana Caldwell 5, KIara Lewis 5. Maliyah Streater 2, Amber Wallace I. Ellis 15 - FCD 30, N. Davie 21 - Amber Strader 11, Abbey Custer 6, Kaitlyn Fletcher 2, Desiree Johnson 2. S. Davie 40, Starmount 24 - Ryiea Carter 13, Kayana Caldwell 8, Madisyn Cock- erham 6, Klara Lewis 6, Cayla Hartsell 4, Courtney Neely 2, Miah Chalmers I. Summit 45, N. Davie 29 - Amber Strader 16, Abbey Custer 7, Megan Cash 4, Kaitlyn Fletcher I, Grace Hurst I. I I - 1I * '‘i : Accepting Furniture , ‘ and 1 HomaDecorri 1 ifor 'i Consignment,1 ■;1 NewStore Hours: Mon.-Sat. IOam - 8pm; Sun. 12 - 6pm 814 S. MAIN ST., MOCKSVILLE, NC 27028 • 336-940-8253 DAVIE COUNTYENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday,Dec. 17,2015-B3 Caitltfi Peebles shoots inside. Ashlyn Hampton grabs a rebound. Hampton shoots with the left. Patterson Jones attem pts a 3 . - P h otos by Kevin C arden Condaued From Page BI field goals in the final eight minutes. With Davie down by six, Jpnes passed inside to Harfipton, who made a tough Idss off the glass to make St 44-40 with 1:35 to go.jZaferatos hit a free throw to make it a one-pos- sessioj game, 44-41, with 35 secfcnds remaining. Da­ vie ha3 to foulvand Reyn­ olds cooperated, missing the front end of a 1-and-l. Hampton rebounded the miss with 11.9 seconds left. With three seconds left, Da­ vie missed an open 3-point­ er from the left wing. Reynolds was a jugger­ naut ljst year, winning the league and beating Davie by 34 and 40 points: It held on to beat Davie for the 17th straight time. “We (followed the game plan) pretty much through­ out the game,” Ruemenapp said. “We just had lapses. That’s what pressing teams try to do to you.” Reynolds’ star, Tierra Wilson, hit three 3s for 15 points. “They stopped the game and gave her a ball for scoring 1,000 (ca­ reer) points - and she’s a junior,” Ruemenapp said in amazement. “So she's really solid.” It’s been an inju­ ry-marred season so far for the War Eagles, who only went six deep in the . rotation. Hampton shot 7-of-10 to score 16 points. Zaferatos hit 4-of-6 3s for 13 points and added five assists. Peebles had nine points and Slabach three. “Ashlyn knew she was the best post player on the floor again,” he said. “We told her when she caught it in those press opportunities to find a way to get to the basket. She scored on just about each one of those.” Davie 57, N. Iredell 45 - Madison Zaferatos 23, AshlynHampton 16,Emma Slabach 9, Caitlyn Peebles 5, Patterson Jones 4. Reynolds 46, Davle 41 -AshlynHampton 16,Mad­ ison Zaferatos 13, Caitlyn Peebles 9, Emma Slabach 3.Madison Zaferatos draw s contact. , W l N G O 's ~ fiif 'L M » • i%t?G8S6bs<-rnm m m Zaferatos fires a 3. red tones Steve and Teny at Edward Jones EdwardJones MAKING SEN SE OF INVESTING Steve NI. TaHon ^^JS gT 9 ^ ’ RnancialAdvisor www.edwardJones.com B4 • DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 17 ,2015 m ' Cooper Wall dunks. L.P. Mua g Juice... s up for an easy two. Vs. North Iredell, Michael Walton drives and he shoots a 3.- Photos by Kevin Carden and avenged a 70-54 loss - from last year. Heiner got an ‘r offensive rebound, drew a Ir foul and hit both free throws I; for a 64-62 lead. After Mua grabbed a defensive board, " Heiner broke the press, ‘ drove the lane and dished to Slabach, who completed '■ a three-point ~play. Wall. ■ salted it away, hitting two I free throws fora 69-64 lead ; with 27 seconds remaining. “I’veseenHeinerdothat ' in practice, so it wasn't sur- ■ prising,” Absher said of his - drive and dish. “He knows ^ when to attack, and that was J: a good time to do it.” North is coached by Bri- " an Cantrell, who was Da- vie’s junior varsity coach and then the varsity coach ” in 1996-97. He served as ” interim varsity coach for 12 " games that year. I: Beating W. Rowan £ Davie held on in a great - game at West Rowan on . Dec. 9, winning 78-72. Davie’s fast-paced of- fense was blistering in the . firsthalf.thanksto'Slabach’s ~ outside stroke and Starnes' 'I passing. Slabach went for ; 15 first-half points as the half ended with Davie ahead 45-35. ;; Slabach settled for 17 points. It was his third I straight outing with 17 or more, Mua matched a career high with 16pointson5-of- 7 shooting, and he added .„ nine rebounds. Stames had - a double-double with 13 - points and 10 assists. Wall .: had Il points and Walton ■■ eight. McDaniel contributed eight rebounds and three “ assists. Heiner had seven . boards. “Slabach’s going to be- ■_ come known on scouting ; reports,” Absher said. “I would have loved to have kept the pace we had offen- ' sively throughout the game. ; W e're at our best when we’re running the bail down the floor. Stames is unreal pushing the ball. Wow, that was great offense.” When Wall found S tames for a 3-pointer in the fourth I quarter, Davie had a 65-56. ; lead and was threatening "r to blow it open. Biit West c&c ChadieCrenshaw ChuckGinther 25 years experience 9 0 9 -1 0 4 2 answered with an 8-0 run. It was tight until the final 20 seconds. Heiner didn’t have his best night, but he had a mean finish. His offensive rebound led to a foul, and his free throw gave Davie a 72-70 lead. Then Heiner made the defensive play of the game, blocking a shot attempt deep in the paint. Then he grabbed the ball and triggered a fast break, passing ahead to Wall, who threw ahead to Mua for a dunk and a 74-70 lead with 40 seconds left. “You’ve got to give Cory a lot of credit,” Absh- er said. “He didn't feel like he played well, but that was a big play. He also had two huge defensive rebounds.” West hit two free throws with 33 seconds remaining, cutting Davie’s lead to 74- 72. West had Wall smoth­ ered near halfcourt, but he split the double-team, sliced to the lane and assisted a basket by Heiner, making it 76-72 with 20 seconds on the clock. That was ball- game. Davie improved to 5-1 and ended a three-game los­ ing streakin the series. The teams didn't play last year. In 2013-14, West swept three from Davie. Losing To Reynolds Facing Reynolds on the road on Dec. 11, this was the first major test in a CPC season that promises to offer plenty of them. The War Eagles played admirably against an excellent team for a half, leading 37-34 at intermission before losing 74-57. The Demons remained perfect at 6-0. In the first half, you felt a comer had been turned. Mc­ Daniel hit a 3 to give Davie a 31-27 lead. Stames drove for an and-one to make it 35- 29. When Wall threw a long pass to a streaking Heiner, it was 37-29 and the home fans were stunned. “We really competed hard," Absher said. “Maybe we ran out of juice.” Reynolds surged in front in the third, but the margin w f a k Dylan Shoffner gets free at West Rowan. At right, L.P. Mua ices the game with a dunk. was single digits going into the fourth. Starnes went coast to coast to cut Reyn­ olds’ lead to 44-42. Then Starnes hit from the outside to cut it to 46-44. Three different Demons hit 3s during one stretch. McDan­ iel answered with a deep 3 to shave the margin to 51- 47. Starnes made a 3 to pull Davie within 57-50. Davie hit a wall in the fourth, though, getting out- scored 15-7 and losing to Reynolds for the fifth time in a row. Starnes finished with 16 points, followed by Mc­ Daniel with 12 and Heiner and Mua with six each. “Some shots we had been making didn’t go in,” Absh- er said. “There were a ton of 50-50 balls that we didn't get. I still love our offense. We didn't score many points in the second half, but the way we’re sharing the ball, pushing it and getting up and down the floor is really going to be our trademark! We’ve just got to stay with it.” Reynolds’ size and pe­ rimeter shooting gave Davie problems, as expected. Its outside game turned out to be the bigger problem. “We tried to take their size away first,” he said. “But then they made enough 3s that it made it really, real­ ly hard to defend - because then everything in the post was 1-on-l and we just really don’t have the size to be able to guard them like that." Davie 72, N. Iredell 67 • Heath Slabach 17, Cory Heiner 15,L.P.Mua 10, Jor­ dan McDaniel 9, Nic Starnes 8, Michael Walton 5, Cooper Wall 5, Dylan Shoffner 3. Davie 78, W. Rowan 72 - Heath Slabach 17, L.P. Mua 16, Nic Starnes 13, Cooper Wall 11, Michael Walton 8, Cory Heiner 5, Jordan McDaniel 4, Dylan Shoffner 2, Gabe Gonnella ' Reynolds 74, Davie 57 - Nic Starnes 16, Jordan McDaniel 12, Cory Heinei 6, LP. Mua 6. Heath Slabach 4, Cooper Wall 4, Peyton Hampton 4, Michael Walton 3, Dylan Shoffner2. A defender from North Iredell fouls Nlc Starnes. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 17,2015 - B5 JV Boys Suffer First Losses Of Season The week started with Davie's junior varsity boys basketball team enjoying the longest winning streak in six years. But the week ended with Davie reeling from back-to-back losses. When the War Eagles de­ feated visiting North Iredell on Dec. 7, they were 5-0 with five straight Ws for the first time since 2009- 10. Once again, they were paced by Coleman Sell and Jacob Hendrix. Sell scored a season-high 23, hit four 3-pointers, went 9-of-12 from the free-throw line, and he even had a four-point play as he boosted his aver­ age to 18.8. Hendrix, who is averaging 15.8, had 15. Davie trailed 21-18 after the first quarter, despite three 3s from Sell and an­ other from Sam Heafner. Davie rallied to a 31-27 lead in the second quarter, and Sell’s nine-point third, helped Davie extend the margin to 46-35. Sell and Hendrix com­ bined to hit 14 of 18 foul shots. By contrast, the rest of the team missed 11 of 14. "Best win of the year,” coach Bruce Wallace said. "It was not Hendrix’s best game, but he hit big baskets in the fourth quarter. I sat him almost the whole third and about half of the fourth. I put him back in and he hit three layups. He bounced back." Ross Starnes was third for Davie with six points. Broc Bamette was the star on the defensive end. A N. Iredell Raider put up 12 points in the first quarter, but he had five the rest of the game as Barnette played exceptional defense on him. • "We went box-and-one and told Broc to stay on him the whole time," Wallace said. “He completely shut him down in the second half.” Davic Loses West Rowan stole one from visiting Davie on Dec. 9, a 45-39 defeat represent­ ing the War Eagles’ first loss of the season. Owen McCormack’s seven points in the second quarter lifted Davie to a 15-13 halftime lead. Stames scored five during a 13-7 run in the third, and Davie entered the fourth with a working margin of 28-20. But Davie fizzled in the fourth, getting outscored 25-11. A Falcon scored 16 of his 18 points in the final period. With West ahead 33-31, Wallace was hit with a technical foul.The Falcons won the game at the free- throw line, going 21 of 38. Davie, on the other hand, went 10 of 18. “I got a technical foul and that was the game," Wallace said. “I thought he missed the call. Hendrix got pushed in the back on a fast break." McCormack had 11 points, Starnes nine and Sell a season-low eight. Barnette had six. Hendrix, who had been in double figures in every game, went scoreless. Stillson Claims 50 Freestyle Maria Stillson captured the 50 free for Davie’s girls swim team in a meet against Reagan and Reynolds last week. Stillson's winning time was 26.14. She would fol­ low with a second-place fin­ ish in the 100 free at 58.20. Stillson was the only first place for Davie,but Davie’s girls and boys produced six more runner ups. Wyatte Copeland (50 free, 24.S3), Katie Shoaf (100 fly, 1:08.81), Cam Fearrington (100 back, 1:02.4), Cam Ogle (100 breast, 1:11.11) and two relay teams (girls 200 free and boys 400 free) turned in second places. Alexa Hutton, Shoaf. Victoria Sinopoli and Still­ son made up the girls 200 free relay. The boys 400 free relay consisted of Fe­ arrington, Hunter Thurlo, Johnson Marklin and Co­ peland. The team scoring in the girls’ meet: Reagan 143, Reynolds 95, Davie 55. The scoring in the boys’ meet: Reynolds 136, Reagan 90, Davie 77. Davie will travel to the Greensboro Aquatic Center on Friday for the Robert Sawyer Invitational. Davie’s freshman boys basketball team desperately needed a win when it hosted Atkins on Dec. 9, and the WarEagles got it, rallying in the fourth quarter and even­ tually pulling away 54-44. "It was a good win for the kids,” said coach Mike Din­ kins, whose team dropped the first three games by 40, 14 and 35 points. “We got beat really bad by Mt. Tabor. To come back like that and get a win is really huge for them.” Ryan Davis hit a pair of 3-pointers to help Davie gain a 24-14 halftime ad­ vantage. The Camels fought back to force a tie at 33 by the end of the third. Davie found itself in a four-point deficit early in the fourth. “Andy (Caudle) had a great suggestion and we switched defenses,” Dinkins said. “We put DJ. Mock out front, and he had steals that ledtoeasy baskets." You also have to cred­ it Latham Chamberlain, 9 2 #RUGER L C P with LaserMox Laser WithoutLaser 5OflO09 «279“ ( l e m m o n s P a w n & .R -Y V t-Ii-Y 1609 Lewisville-Clem m ons Rd., C lem m ons < 7 6 6 - 8 3 1 2 . H rs-M -F 9-6,_Sat.9-3 "This is the most frus­ trating loss I’ve had since I’ve been here (two years)," he said. Davic Loses Davic outscored visiting Reynolds in the second half, but it couldn't recover from a 27-11 halftime deficit and lost 63-54 in the Central Piedmont Conference open­ er on Dec. 11. The Demons held Sell to one point in the decisive first half. Hendrix erupted for 12 in the third, when Davie cut the deficit to 41-31. Sell scored 10 in the fourth, but it was too little too late. Hendrix scored 20 for the game, hitting that mark for the third time. McConnack had a season-high 14. Sell also had 14. Davic 58, N. Iredell 48 - Coleman Sell 23, Jacob Hendrix 15, Ross Starnes 6, Mason Wilson 4, Sam Heafner 3, Owen McCor­ mack 3, Broc Barnette 2. Troy Griggs 2. VV. Rownn 45, Diivic 39 - Owen McCormack 11, Ross Starnes 9. Coleman Sell 8, Broc Barnette 6. Jalcn Redmond 3, Mason Wilson 2. Reynolds 63, Davie 54 - Jacob Hendrix 20, Coleman Sell 14, Owen McCormack 14, Ross Starnes 4, Broc Bamelte 2. JV Girls Win Conference Opener After losing in overtime and dropping the next game by 4 points to remain win- less, Davie’s JVgirIs basket­ ball team got over the hump in timely fashion - the Cen­ tral Piedmont Conference opener, beating Reynolds. The overtime loss was 34-30 at home to North Iredell on Dec. 7. McKenna Oakes, who was averag­ ing 2.5 points through two games, came up with II, going 3-of-7 from 3-point range. Sierra Foster hit 3 of 4 free throws and scored a season-high seven. Maken- zic Dalton had a season-high six points to go with 12 rebounds. EmmaAIlcn hit 3 of 4 foul shots to score five. Madison Jones controlled 13 rebounds, while Madison Tellup grabbed seven. After leading by two at halftime, the Raiders surged to a 19-15 lead in the third. The deficit was 23-18 with 1:45 to go.That’s when Da­ vie's furious charge began. Oakes buried her third 3 to make it 23-21. After a steal, Dalton converted a short jumper to tie the game at 23. Davie had a golden opportunity to win. getting two free throws with 2.3 seconds on the clock, but missed both. That sent the game to overtime. The War Eagles rallied within three points with two minutes left, but could get no closer in a 50-46 road loss to West Rowan on Dec. 9. The defeat spoiled a huge effort by Tcllup. After scor­ ing one point in the first three games, she went off for 16. Shehit all three field goals, went 10 of 14 at the line, grabbed six rebounds and handed out two assists. Dalton had a season-high eight points along with 11 boards. Alien had a sea- son-high eight on 4-of-7 shooting. Oakes had seven points as Davie produced the most offense in 11 games. "We shot better as a team (15-of-33), but turnovers hurt,” coach Debbie Evans said.'Tellup was aggressive going to the basket. She got to the line and put them in. She picked up her intensity in practice and has given us a lot of energy.” The War Eagles snapped a six-game losing streak with a 40-33 home win over Reynolds in the CPC opener on Dec. II. Allen scored a sea­ son-high 9 points and add­ ed 3 steals as Davic (1-4 overall) pushed a 20-16 halftime lead to 33-26 in the third. Madison Jtincs scored 7 points and added 8 rebounds and 5 blocks. Foster had 7 points, 3 assists and 3 blocks. Oakes tried two 3s and hit both for 6 points. Tellup had 5 points and 11 rebounds. Dalton had 4 points and 12 boards, her third consecutive game with double-figure rebounds. Reilly Poole scored 2 points. Solid foul shooting was a key. Dalton hit 4 of 6, while TeIlup and Jones both went 3 of 4. “The girls are getting belter with each game,” she said.“They are learning and developing with each prac­ tice and game. We're still making tuo many mistakes, but I think we're going in the right direction;" N. Iredell 34, Dnvie 30 (overtime) - McKenna Oakes 11, Sierra Foster 7. Makenzie Dolton 6, Emma Allen 5, Madison Jones I. W. Rowan 50, Dnvie 46 - Madison Tellup 16. Makcnzic Dalton 8, Emma Allen 8, McKenna Oakes 7. Sierra Foster 3, Lauren Long 2, Madison Jones I, Alexis Dulin I. Davie 40, Reynolds 33 - Emma Allen 9. Madison Jones 7, Sierra Foster 7. McKenna Oakes 6, Madison Tcllup 5, Makenzie Dalton 4, Reilly Poole 2. NOW is the perfect tim e for Clean Up of Fence Rows, Overhanging Tree Limbs, & Brush Cutting. Contact Jesse Rose 704-880-4015. Freshmen Outlast Atkins Ronald Wilson and Zack Gantt. Chamberlain explod­ ed for nine fourth-quarter points, including a go-ahead 3-pointer. He hit four of seven shots in the quarter. “He scored five points in about 25 seconds,” Dinkins said. Wilson contributed four points as Davie outscored Atkins 21-11 in the final period. Wilson threw a pass to Gantt, who completed a three-point play to give Davie a six-point lead. Davie had been strug­ gling mightily on the of­ fensive end, averaging 33 points through three games. But things changed as Chamberlain finished with 16 points, Wilson 11, Michael Shelton nine, Davis eight and Gantt seven. TVo days later, however, Reynolds drilled visiting Davie 64-22. Davie 54, Atkins 44 - Latham Chamberlain 16, Ronald Wilson 11, Michael Shelton 9, Ryan Davis 8, Zack Gantt 7, DJ. Mock 2. W S g g & t Bringthisadandreceive j 20% OFF! I Offer Good Through 12-17-15 I HOURS: j Sunday 11:00am-10:00pm I Mon-Thurs 11:00am-10:00pm I Friday & Saturday 11:00am-11:00pm . 195 Cooper Creek Drive, Ste. .103 Mocksville Town Commons Shopping Center Mocksville, NC 27023 ". (336)753-1224 Specials of the Week ASSORTED 3 0Z. BAGS Uncle Ray’s Chips 990/bag Limit of 4 Bags ALL INDIVIDUAL CHRISTMAS CARDS 1/2 PRICE! FOSTER DRUG BRAND ITEMS 75% OFF! 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Stsve Mason rings the Salvation Army Bell for the North Josh Barnet maxes a aonation.Jam es Blakley1 Randy Foster and Steve Young man the red kettle at WaIMart. This female Roufous Hummingbird - normally a Western species - feeds at a Bermuda Run site last December. The Tale OfA Lost Hummingbird BERMUDA RUN - Chances are that Fran Shelton and her neighbors have been on the look­ out for hummingbirds in recent weeks. A member of the Bermuda Run Garden Club, Shelton wrote the following article last year when she spotted a hummingbird in her yard - months after they were all supposed to have flown south for the winter. “Last Dec. 6,1 started my regular morning routine of get­ ting up, going into the kitchen, putting on the coffee and opening the blinds facing my backyard. As I opened the blinds, a tiny bird zoomed by. ’’A hummer? No way. I better go put on my glasses," I thought. After get­ ting my glasses, I settled on the chaise by the window to enjoy my coffee. When I looked out the window, there was a hum­ mingbird bathing in my heated birdbath which had ice all around the edges of the water. When I looked more closely, I realized it was not a Ruby- Throated Hummingbird, our summer resident, but a bird I could not identify. I got out the stored-away feeder, made sugar water and put it out. The bird immediately started enjoying it and fed there all day. However, when I opened the blinds the next morning, the bird was trying to drink from the feeder which was frozen solid. What to do? I emailed Susan Campbell, a hummingbird researcher associ­ ated with the N.C. Natural His­ tory Museum and asked her. She told me to get a heat lamp and put it on the feeder pole so the • sugar water would not freeze and that she would come and band the bird. This little band she would put on its leg would give researchers information about hummingbird migration patterns when the bird was seen again. Susan came with her research­ er's banding paraphernalia. She put a cage on a stool in front of the feeder. The cage had a door which she could hold open with the string she tied to it. She put the feeder inside the cage, opened the door with the string, backed away and waited. The bird flew right in and started to drink. Susan closed the front door, put her hand through a smaller door on the side of the cage and put a small soft cloth around the bird. She then sat at my kitchen counter and examined it, mea­ sured it, weighed it and identified it as a female Rufous Humming­ bird, a western species. She put on her ankle bracelet, took her outside and put her in my hand to let her go. My heart raced and my hand trembled as I felt her heart beat­ ing very fas t- it can beat more than 1,000 beats per minute. She stayed with me until Dec. 27, when the wind/weather came from the north, giving her a tailwind south. I hope she was sipping from beautiful flowers somewhere in Mexico or Panama by Dec. 28. Maybe she'll be back again this summer or next December. If you see a hummingbird with an ankle bracelet - let me know. Susan Campbell from the NC Museum ol Natural History captures - then places a band on the tiny hummingbird. C l - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 17,2015 Bunco, Mocktails At Sr. Services I iniimr tmid-sawy looksfor ladies ISchildren. 'bis seasons’ must-have accessories, specialty gift items Cs? more! New amazing items arriving weekly! We are your local one stop shopfor the BEST Christmas gifts around! Saturday •D ecem ber 19"’ 10% OFF you r entire p urch ase w ith this coupon FISH RdWL DISCOUNT DAY:- Customers Ci m ,haw for an .IDDITIOX.il. DISCOUNT to iiihl Io lhe IiewsfHipcrcoiifwi. On Thursday, Dec. 31 at 2 p.m., Davie County Se­ nior Services will celebrate New Year’s Eve with Bunco & Mocktails. Between rounds of Bun­ co light refreshments and Mocktails, non-alcoholic cocktails, will be served. Bunco is a dice game that is easy to learn. The party is open to adults 55 and older. This event will be at the Bobby H. Knight Senior Services Building at 278 Meroney St. in Mocksville. RSVP by calling Senior Services at 753-6230 by Dec. 22. Gift Wrapping For Relay SundayAt WaIMart 135 N .M oin Street, M ocksville 336-753-8899 T u e s - T h u r s I lo - S p • F r i- S o tllo -8 :3 0 p ti #ShopH onorD arling p" A wwwshophonordarlmg.com ViJ Explorers Study Fruits, Vegetables .1,1 F- I . A TT —T..L. n, J Akinail Wall, Sunday, Dec. 20 from tween the front entrances, 1:30 p.m. until dark at the ProceedsgototheRelayfor Mocksville WalMart, Re- Life team sponsored by Da- lay for Life volunteers will vie Farm Bureau and Union wrap Christmas gifts for Chapel United Methodist customers. Church. They will be set up be- * ilO'OTAL W ehave the “TO TAL”package. 336-751-1223 w w w .m y to ta lre a le sta te .c o m Serving Davie County with 2 locations 977 YadkinviNe Road, Mocksville and 100 N.Main Street, Mocksville The Explorers 4-H club met at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 17 at Jerusalem Fire Department. The meeting was led by vice president Hannah Wells due to the absence of the acting president. Mem­ bers said the Pledge of Al­ legiance, the 4-H pledge, and discussed old and new business. Several members men­ tioned plans to participate in the Mocksville Christ­ mas parade by riding with the 4-H entry, including Nolan Crotts, Chandler Car­ ter, Wesley Carter, Hannah Wells, and Abigail Wells. Members gave input on de­ signing a flyer to represent the club. Hannah and Abigail Wells led an activity focused on learning about fruits and vegetables. The game fea­ tured pictures of foods of like colors and participants raced to label the pictures. After all foods were cor­ rectly labeled, participants learned information about the foods. Everyone sampled fresh fruits for a snack after the game. Abigail Wells, Reporter Bennett-Johnson Engagement Announced Kathryn Blakely Bennett of Winston-Salem and Jason Charles Johnson of Bermuda Run will be married on June 4,2016 at Shadow Springs Vineyard. The bride-elect is the daughter of Marvin and Carol Bennett. She is the granddaughter of Earl and Harriet Lind- erman, Katie Barker, and the late Marvin Bennett Sr., all of Statesville. She is a graduate of Davie High School and is a senior at Appalachian State University, where she will received a bachelor’s degree in marketing. The groom-to-be is the son of Chuck and Jamey John­ son. He is the grandson of James and Pauline Howard of Advance, Charley and Janet Johnson of Dallas, Texas, and Harold and Mary McWilliams of Big Lake, Minn. He is a graduate of Davie High School and is a senior at Appala­ chian State University where he will receive a bachelor’s degree in management. He is employed by C.H. Robinson as a capacity buyer. FAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY P r . R iv er s ' ' D e n t a l T ip o f th e W eek EX fWantto avoid stain on your pearly v F-rWhlte tdettt?iGutdown on coffee;red ji! k-wfne,tea,cotas,and dqaretfes.The ruler ^ofthgtyib is if it-B dark before you put it H in your mouth, it wilt stain,your teeth; f Brush immediately after eating foods .; , that stain your teeth* t ^ Andrew J. Rivers DMD 118 Hospital St. • Mocksville. NC 27028 336-751-6289 . "Serving Children & Adults" AaEPTiNQ Most Major Insurances Riversfamilydentistry.com * Hubert Lawson and family will perform at the Farmington Community Center Friday evening. Friday Night Bluegrass Friday Concert At Farmington To Feature Lawsons ChristmasEve & Lord's Supper Thursday, Dec. 24 5:00 p.m. ForkBaptist Church^fZ J < 3140 US Hwy. 64 East' * - ] a Hwy. 64,1/4 mile west of Hwy. 8OI1 ■ tt, ' runihiiviufonimlioii . itlll 33^98^3306 ig S S l Hubert Lawson and family will perform Fri­ day evening at the Farm­ ington Community Cen­ ter. Doors open at 6 for concessions, followed by the concert. Admission is $6. Proceeds benefit the community center. Hubert Lawson and his sons Lee and Eddie orga­ nized their band in 1980. They play traditional and modern bluegrass, square dance music, and original compositions. The band consists of: Hubert Lawson, leader and spokesperson, lead guitar, baritone; Lee Law­ son, banjo and lead singer; Eddie Lawson, mandolin and tenor; Vera Lawson, bass. The band has played up and down the East Coast, including North and South Carolina, Virginia. West Virginia, Tennessee and New York. The band continues to travel, per­ form and enjoy the music as much as the first day they started. Rev. RobertGarret!,ScnfdrPas^j; .Jf f . J MacedomaMoravian Church Christmas Eve Lovefeast & Candlelight Service Thursday, December 24 at 5:00 pm Please note that there will only be one service this year Everyone is invited to join us as we celebrate the birth o f our Lord this Christmas Season! 4700 NC Hwv. 801 N. " MacedoiiiaMoravian Church Established since 1854 imicedoniuiomniun.org 'A DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 17,2015 - C3 Cooleemee By KC Smith Cooleemee Correspondent If you have been travel­ ing down Junction Road lately, you probably saw an old train sitting on it’s origi­ nal round track with Christ­ mas lights strung all over it. You may not have known, but that train is the original train that used to greet ev­ eryone near the entrance of the Masonic Picnic years ago. Mike Whitaker bought an old truck from the Howard family on Comtazer Road, they used to own the K&C Amusement and set up at the Masonic Picnic and oth­ er places. He got a call from the Howards and they asked him to come over to see something they found in the truck. The truck had a lot of wood in it and had planned to clean the truck out before Whitaker came to pick it up. After pulling the wood out, they uncovered a piece of history that had been snug as a bug since 1993. They couldn’t remem­ ber where they had tucked it away. It was complete with the center pole that held the electrical wire safely as the train went in circles, the side rails were there which kept spectators at a safe distance, the track was in great shape except for one bent section, and the original bell was still hanging on with the string going down the side of each car that allowed the riders to rings the bell whenever and as many times they wished. Whitaker bought it and he decided to put it up for Christmas. Many people liked it on FaceBook and they didn’t realize it was the original train from the pic­ nic. Larry Thies had a poster of an advertisement of the picnic and it shows the train on the bottom left of the pic­ ture. On Thanksgiving Day, Don Spry helped Whitaker put it together. He remem­ bers riding the train when he was ? little boy; he just had his 77th birthday. Whitakerhas looked fora name or when it was made 9" -»4» These photos show Mike Whitaker with the old Masonic Picnic train he decorated for Christmas. And that's his dog, Trike, also decorated for the holidays. Hope everyone is hav­ ing a grand time making their homes look festive for the celebration of Christ’s birth. Whether it is simple or grand, may you all be blessed in a special way. Please contact me at: www/coolee- meeJteivs@gmui7.cojH or 336.250.1133.1 would love to hear from you. and he seems to think it was handmade. A friend set Whitaker up with a generator and he is going to hook her up and hopefully she will “rock and roll.” Many people use vintage ornaments, sleds, nativ­ ity scenes and other items that their family used many years ago. I* What do you want for Christmas? a S r - W tL / Mcklnnley Simmons A Kraken1 giant sea monster that looks like and octopus Jonathan Romero Roller Skates Jayce Whitaker Kids Smart Watch Katie Beaver Mini iPad Nevaeh Jenkins Madison Church A stage and A puppy microphone C4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 17,2015 In Our Churches Candlelight Concert Dec. 20-21 At Mocksville First UMC The 81st annual Candlelight concerts presented by the Mocksville First United Methodist Church Chancel Choir will be held at: 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec, 20 and ,at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 21. Nursery care is provided. . A t4pjn. and U pan. on Christmas Eve, the church will host a candlelight service including carols, readings, com­ munion and music. Santa To Make A Stop At Salem UMC Breakfast Salem United Methodist Church will host a country breakfast Saturday, Dec. 19 from 6-10 a.m. in the new fel­ lowship hall. The menu will include biscuits, ham, sausage, eggs, grits, gravy, and baked apples. Pancakes will be made to order. Crafts and baked goods will be available for sale. Donations will be accepted to help satisfy the mortgage and continue building. Salem is on Salem Church Road, just off Davie Academy Road immediately southeast of 1-40, Mocksville. Santa Claus will visit from 8-10 a.m. to hear gift lists and to. pose for pictures. Breakfast SaturdayAt Wesley Chapel UMC A Christmas breakfast at Wesley Chapel United Meth­ odist Church Fellowship Hall will be held Saturday, Dec. 19 at the church three miles west of Farmington just off NC 801 North on Pino Road, from 6:30-10 a.m. The menu will be the same but the ddcor will be differ­ ent - have breakfast beside the decorated Christmas tree. The menu includes country ham, sausage, scrambled eggs, grits, sawmill gravy, red-eye gravy, homemade biscuits, baked apples, orange juice, and coffee. The United Methodist Women will be selling nuts. Good Shepherd Episcopal Plans Christmas Eve Mass Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Cooleemee will hold a Christmas Eve Mass at U p.m. Dec. 24. Good Shep­ herd is at Church and Cross streets. Mainville AME Zion Christmas Program The Christian Education Department at Mainville AME Zion Church will hold its Christmas Program on Sunday, Dec. 20 at 2 pm. There will be snacks served after the 11 a.m. worship with the Rev. Sylvia Y. Perry. Visitors are welcome to help celebrate ‘‘The Miracles of Christmas.” Cornatzer UMC Plans Christmas Events Comatzer United Methodist Church announces the fol­ lowing events during the holiday season: The 10th annual Choir Christmas Cantata and candle lighting service will be held on Sunday, Dec. 20 at 7 pm. Food and fellowship follow the service. A service of lessons and carols will be held on Christ­ mas Eve at 11 pm. Comatzer United Methodist is at 1244 Comatzer Road, Mocksville. It is on Facebook. Bethel UMC To Present ‘Cricket County Christmas’ Bethel United Methodist Church will present the Christ­ mas Play “A Cricket County City Christmas” and hold a Candlelight Service Sunday, Dec. 20 at 6 p.m. followed by refreshments. Bethel is at 353 Bethel Church Road, Mocksville. Lovefeast, Candlelight Service Dec. 24 At Macedonia Moravian Macedonia Moravian Church, 700 NC 801N .,Advance, will host a Christmas Eve Lovefeast and Candlelight Ser­ vice at 5 pm. Leam more at macedoniamoravian/srg. Fork Baptist Hosting Christmas Eve Service Fork Baptist Church, 3140 US 64 E., just off NC 801, will host a Candlelight Christmas Eve and.Lord’s Supper at 5 p.m. Leam more by calling 998-8306. Christmas Program Saturday At Fellowship Baptist Church Fellowship Baptist Church, 1084 Rainbow Road, Ad­ vance, will host a Christmas program at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19. There will be a program for children, followed by a message in word and art by chalk artist, Michael McDan­ iel, followed by food and fellowship. For more information, contact Pastor Wayne Swisher at 492-7210 or 909-1808. The Christmas Story SundayAt Shiloh The Christmas Story - Listen, Believe and Prepare - will be presented at Shiloh Baptist Church, 544 E. Depot St., Mocksville on Sunday, Dec. 20 at 4 p.m. Everyone is in­ vited. BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT OWNER Qtssi 'pe/ktHs (33?) 753-8355 Lawn Mowers C haInS aw sarSimS G enerators S m a l l Trim m ers Engine Blow ers Sales & Service 336-998-7755 1034 Fork Bixby Road, Advance, NC 27006 q 6 n CarollnaSmallEngine.com ~ V Qemmons Coin & Trading Co. Buy and Sell Gold & Silver Coins 2015 EstateJewelry S s D a l e P a t r i c k *25"” 336-9780617 ByAppoinDneni * Perkins Roofing of Davie He lives under just one roof, but Jesse Perkins cares about every roof. That's what makes his busi­ ness so special. As owner of Perkins Roofing in Mocksville, Jesse treats each roof as if it was on his own home. If it isn't good enough for him, it will not be good enough for you. That is the way Jesse treats each roofing job and customer. His work and integrity speak for itself. Jesse, a Reidsviile native, became Interested in roofing when he was just 13 years old. At age 17, the summer before graduating from high school, he began helping his brother in the roofing business. Af­ ter graduating the next year, Jesse moved to Davie County and has been here since. After years for working for other roofers, Jesse de­ cided it was time to go out on his own. So, in the fall of 1997, he started Perkins Roofing, "I have been roofing most of my life and that’s what I love to do," Jesse explains. "I started out with a lad­ der, hatchet and pick-up truck." Now, along with roofing, Jesse has added vinyl sid­ ing to his line of work. “I work with several local contractors on new homes and do tear offs for older homes that need a new roof. I have done some repair work but we just don't nave that many bad storms around here to do too mi damage for roof repairs," Jesse notes. Jesse takes a great deal of pride in his work and w work however many hours and days it takes to get it job finished and done right. “I keep my business somewhat small. That way can be on the job to see what goes on and make su the job is completed like it would be for someone my family. Perkins Roofing also enjoys giving back to the cor munity. They are involved in various fund raisers includir the law enforcement and rescue squad. So if you are in need of a new roof and a goo honest dependable man for job give Jesse at Perkir Roofing a call for a free estimate at (336) 753-8355 PERKINS ROOFING 0Quaffty work at reasonable pricer” Phone:336-7536355 ^ Fan 336-7636373 Ieue Periuitt • Owna- 300 Spring Street Q M odoyW e1NC 3ProfessionalBarbers Tues.-Frl. 630am • 6 pm; SaL Sam-noon (336)766-9011 2721 Lewisville Clemmons Rif. • Ciemmons www.clemmonsbartiertiiop.com r DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 17,2015 - CS PinoICana By BettyEtchlsonWest Cana/Pino Coreespondent You are invited to have a Christmas breakfast at the Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church Fellow­ ship Hall Saturday, Dec. 19. Wesley Chapel is three miles west of Farmington, just off NC 801 North on Pino Road. Breakfast will be from 6:30-10 a.m. The menu will be the same but the dlcor will be different. Wesley Chapel people will be serving country ham, sausage, scrambled eggs, grits, sawmill gravy, red-eye gravy, homemade biscuits, baked apples, orange juice, and coffee. We hope you will come and enjoy a good country breakfast before go­ ing about your Christmas preparation chores. The people of the Pino community and surround­ ing area were saddened this week when their friend and neighbor, Frank D. Hawkins, passed away. Frank died on Dec. 8 at Baptist Medical Center after a long, hard battle with Lou Gehrig’s disease. Frank and his wife Toby, moved to the Pino community about 40 years ago and joined Wes­ ley Chapel United Method­ ist Church where Frank’s funeral and burial were held on Friday, Dec. 11, with the Rev. Arnold Gosnell offi­ ciating. Ben Brock played the piano for the funeral and Kathy Miller sang so­ los during the service in the church and at the grave­ side scrvice.The women of the Wesley Chapel UMW served a meal to the mem­ bers of Frank and Toby’s family and some of their close friends and neighbors. Among those who had lunch before receiving friends in the church sanctuary were: the Hawkins’ only son, Drew Hawkins and his wife Linda; their only grand­ child, Curtis Hawkins, and Curtis’ three children, all of Max Meadows, Va. Frank Hawkins enjoyed his farm where he had horses and beef cattle. The Hawkins’ property was always im­ m aculate—everything trimmed, pruned, and weed­ ed. Toby is a master gar­ dener; and she, with Frank’s help, created a showplace which included beautiful landscaping and gardens. The gardens included flow­ ering plants which bloomed many months of the year. The Wesley Chapel Unit­ ed Methodist Women had their Christmas dinner and meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 8 in the fellowship hall, which looked lovely with its beautiful Christmas tree and table decorations. The delicious meal was pre­ pared by Kathy Ellis and Marlene Trivette. In addi­ tion to the members of the UMW, special guests were: the Rev. and Mrs. Arnold Gosnell and their son Avery ; Dale and Dawn Ellis, new members of Wesley Cha­ pel; Clyde Murray, whose wife, Virginia, is a patient at Autumn Care in Mocks­ ville; Katy Collette; Roland West; Bob Ellis; Judy Wil­ son and her mother,Violet Coursey, who recently moved to Mocksville from West Virginia. The UMW women were happy that Nora Latham, a resident at Somerset Court in Mocks­ ville who is a member of the UMW but who is not always able to attend the meetings, was able to come to the dinner. I owe Katy Collette an apology because I keep spelling her name Kathy in­ stead of Katy. Katy, I would like to blame it on a typo; but it seems to have hap­ pened more than once—I’m sorry. Kathy and Bob Ellis had as their guests over the weekend, Kathy’s grand- Frank and Toby Hawkins in a picture m ade before Frank got sick. Frank died on Dec. 8 after a long, hard battle with Lou Gehrig's d‘ sons, Reid and Luke Bo- ger, of Reidsville. Kathy had planned to take the boys to an Ark in the Park in Monroe, but an illness upset those best-laid plans. Instead the boys enjoyed the Advance Parade on Sat­ urday. While that may have not been quite as exciting as an Ark in the Park and a Two by Two Petting Zoo, it was fun for Reid and Luke. Amy Cujas is spending her Christmas break with her parents, Susan and Al Cujas1 her sister. Missy, and her brother, Oliver, in Cana. Amy’s friend, Ryan Applegate of Jacksonville, Fla., is spending a few days with the Cujas family be­ fore going to his home in Florida. AmyandRyanare juniors at Catawba College in Salisbury. After Christ­ mas, Amy, along with other members of the Catawba swim team, will be flying to Key West, Fla., for training. Missy Cujas is enjoying her Christmas break with her family and her friend, Da­ vid Michalski. Missy and David are students at Mitch­ ell Community College in Statesville. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Pino with the Woollard’s beauti­ ful light display, the Dixons’ lighted Christmas trees, the candles glowing in the win­ dows at the Trivette home, the decorations at the Flem­ ing home, and Henry West’s big inflated snowman. County Line By Sbirley Thorne County Line Coirespondent County Liners enjoyed the warm spring-like days, but a cold snap is in the forecast. It's the week be­ fore Christmas and lots of folks are busy preparing for family gatherings plus shopping. But, we do have some good eating and many Christmas events for your enjoyment; Begin your weekend Sat­ urday, Dec. 19 with break­ fast with the Salem folks from 6-10 a.m. in the fel­ lowship hall. Proceeds ben­ efit the new fellowship hall building. Society Baptist Church will present the "Live Na­ tivity - Journey to Bethle­ hem" from 5-8 pm. Satur­ day on the church grounds. Just drive through and then stop for some hot choco­ late and cookies. Church members invite everyone as they re-live that Holy Night in Bethlehem when Jesus Christ was bom. Piney Grove AME Zion Church will celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ at 6 pm. Saturday with a pro­ gram and everyone is invit­ ed. There will be a covered- dish Christmas fellowship dinner at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 20 in the fellowship hall. Church members in­ vite you to join them for the program Saturday and for worship and dinner Sunday. The sanctuary choir of Salem United Method­ ist Church will present a Christmas cantata during the 9:30 a.m. worship ser­ vice Sunday, Dec. 20. Ev­ eryone is invited. Brian and Mandy Davis, Southern Baptist mission­ aries to Thailand, will be guest speakers for the 11 am. worship service at So­ ciety Baptist this Sunday. Church members will em­ phasize the "Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for In­ ternational Missions" and invite everyone to hear of the mission work and needs in Thailand. Pleasant View Bap­ tist Church will celebrate Christmas with a fellowship dinner following the U am. worship service this Sun­ day. Church members invite everyone for worship fol­ lowed by dinner in the fel­ lowship hall. 1 Calvary Baptist Church The Salem United M ethodist Men invite everyone for breakfast from 6-10 a.m . Saturday, Dec. 19 in the church fellowship hall. The buffet includes country ham and sausage, scram bled eggs, grits, baked apples, red-eye gravy, sausage gravy, biscuits, and drink. P ancakes are served upon request. D onations are accepted. A bazaar table will have baked goods and crafts. Proceeds benefit the fellowship hall building. Visit with Santafrom 8-10 a.m .; have a photo m ade for $2 for a t *6 ai.u $5 for a 5x7; package rates are available. As pictures from the last breakfast show, folks enjoy a breakfast and wnvwai "p- Wiilie Lundy, m em ber of Piney Grove AME Zion Church, is voted "Firefighter of the Year11 for 2015 by his fellow Harmony firefighters. will present the Christmas play "Not So Silent Night" at 6 p.m. this Sunday. After the play there will be a time of fellowship and snacks in the fellowship hall. Church members invite everyone as they celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Clarksbury United Meth­ odist Church will have a special "Longest Night" service at 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 21. The service will offer encouragement and hope for those who are sad or struggling or have expe­ rienced a loss - death of a loved one, job loss, divorce, etc. Church members invite everyone for this service. Clarksbury will pres­ ent the church Christmas program at 7 pm Wednes­ day, Dec. 23. There WriIl be snacks and treats for every­ one plus a visit from Santa in the fellowship hall after the program. Everyone is invited. On Christmas Eve Clarksbury will celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ with a candle-light service at 7 pm. Church members invite everyone as they sing Christmas carols and hear the reading of the events of that Holy Night as recorded in the Holy Bible. Salem United Methodist Church will have a Christ­ mas program at 7 p.m. this Wednesday in the fellow­ ship hall. Church members invite everyone as they celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ followed by snacks and fellowship with others. The Women on Missions of Society Baptist will cel­ ebrate Christmas with a Dutch-treat dinner at 4 p.m. at the K&W Cafeteria of StatesviUe today (Thurs­ day). Mary Jo Lewis will present a program on Miss Lottie Moon. Southern Bap­ tist missionary to China for whom the annual Southern Baptist International Mis­ sions Offering is named. The women invite others. Matthew 25 Ministry of Harmony serves families of need in our area. The or­ ganization has a great need for non-perishable grocery items. For donations or more information, please call Alice C. Waugh on 704- 546-5859. The Clatksbury ECA met for lunch Monday of last week at the Komer Deli in Harmony for their Christ­ mas meeting. The 10 mem­ bers present honored Mary Gaitheron her 95th birthday with a special birthday cake and a bouquet of roses. She was also honored at the state ECA meeting for her many years of service in ECA. The group enjoyed the reading aloud of Christmas poems, playing Christmas Bingo, and other activities. Carol Jones, club president, was presented a poinsettia and everyone received a Se­ cret Santa gift. Our community sends get-well wishes to Elizabeth "Lib" CartnerCampbeIl and Tom Perrow. Lib has been hospitalized at Iredell Me­ morial since Monday of last week. Tom suffered a stroke Tuesday of last week while working at Spivey's Comer. He has been hospitalized in intensive care at Rex Medi­ cal Center in Raleigh and while there has developed pneumonia. Lorene B. Wallace is re­ cuperating at home. David Steele remains in rehab at Bermuda Commons of Davie. Charlie Ireland re­ mains in rehab at Maple Leaf of Statesville. Tommy Josey remains in rehab at The Bridges of Statesville. Pat Swisher remains at The Gardens of Statesville. Join us in prayer for the Lord's divine healing and blessings upon Lib, Tom, Lorene, David, Charlie, Tommy. Pat1 and other residents who are having health problems. Continue to remember in prayer our residents who are in nursing and assisted-living centers. For news and memories to share, please call Shirley on 492-5115 or email sdt- link@hotmail.com. FARM FRESH PORKABNatinlNoArtHIdaIIngredtantsGRAIN FEO BEEFSratOSB cm- oeuvBrrsuauaii Jerry A Ctndy Foster (336)998-7175 Winter Special $50.00 Visa Gift Card with Timing Belt Maintenance Service SeeStoreForDetaiIs Expires 3/31/16 COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS Tires Brakes Heating/AC NC Inspections LET VSDO YOUR SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE R oger M ation9S l q vilkage auto care 5930 Jam es Street, C lem m ons 336-766-2336____________ 1636 Levwsville-Clemmons Rd. 336-778-1518 C6 - DAVIE CODNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dtc. 17,2015 By Brenda Bailey Sheffield-Calahaln Correspondent Please submit all news for the next issue no later than 8 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 20. Birthday wishes go to those celebrating this week: Brandon Weber on Dec. 17; Caden Callicutt on Dec. 18; Nick Stowe and Nancy Peacock on Dec. 19; Olivia Swisher on Dec, 20; Chance Goforth, Hilda Keaton, Charlotte Knettel, David Edwards and Mandy Edwards on Dec. 21; Gra­ de Gobble on Dec. 22; and Chris Dyson and Mildred Keller on Dec. 23. Con- follow- ,. . inB couples celebrating an Days cast join In the Christmas Story service at the altar at New Union Methooist. anniversary: J.T. Jr. and K , ,.mn i--------------------------— •---------- Martha Smith and Bill and Brenda Reeves on Dec. 21; Wayne and Frieda Dyson on Dec. 22; and Al and Wanda Sutphin on Dec. 23. If you would like an anniversary or birthday posted, please do not hesitate to call or email. Poplar Springs School was again filled with shop­ pers Saturday. In addition to items for purchase, the fun and fellowship with one another displayed the __________________________________________________________ opiSPh"us°f« T succIk' n l^ te ^ n io n choir sings "0 Little Town of Bethlehem." Vauda Ellis and Renae Lail thank you and appreciate your love and support. BJ’s (formerly the Shef­ field Music Hall) will have its grand opening on Satur­ day, Jan. 2 with JeffMichael and The High Country Boys performing. Doors will open at 6 p.m. with music from 7-9:30. This is a family ori­ ented music hall at 114Tur- keyfoot Road. Admission is $8 for ages 12 and up; $4 for ages 6-11; and free for chil­ dren under age 5. Billy and Lynn invite you to come out for music and dancing. New Union’s Christmas play “Happy Days Christ­ mas,” written, produced and directed by Randy Groce was a blessing to all who came out Sunday night. We thank everyone for coming, and we thank all who par­ ticipated in the play and be­ hind the scenes to make this a program one that will be remembered for a long time. Kid’s Night is each Wednesday evening at New Union from 6:30-8 for age » pre-K to 12th grade. This will be the last kid’s night until Jan. 13. Hope you can Justin and Steven Dyson, Seth Keller and Brandon Cheeks are waited on at Arnolds by Jordan Camp­ bell, Jimmy Bailey and Renee Vandall. Pastor Erio U n to n ,t Steven Dyson, Michsiia Hamilton and Ed Thutt Dawn Allen as the Cunninghams. On Dec. 24, an old-fash­ ioned Christmas Eve service will be held at 8 p.m. in tne old Zion Chapel Church at 1436 Sheffield Road. Come join us for a special service, the singing of Christmas carols and enjoy some hot apple cider and cookies. Everyone is welcome. Ijames Baptist's “Team Kid” ministry and the Youth ministry, normally held each Sunday, will not meet this Sunday or Dec. 27. The annual Christmas Eve program at Ijames will be at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to the church at Sheffield and Ijames Church roads. A new Sunday night Bi­ ble study, “Authentic,” will begin at Ijames in January. Pastor Daniel Harmon will teach on being an authentic disciple of Jesus. Everyone is welcome. Liberty Wesleyan Church’s Parsonage Christ­ mas Party will be held Fri- Rylee Hardy, Cole Turner and Qarret and Conner Loftis show off their Pla-Doh cookies at the Harmony Public Library. B K K B H r o n ^ h o w t h Ir ornament decorating skills; while Kathy Reavis is ready to take home “sugar scrubs." dav eveninii M 6 Everyone «12106 Sheffield Road. ... 1446 Sheffield Road. i„8 to parsonage Sflerwarda come The church is at is invited The Candlelight Service Community Covenant forrefreshmenls. Calahaln Road. A Christmasoroaram will at Community Covenant members will go Christmas CalahalnFriendshipBap- Jasmine & The Entourage be held Sunday al 6 pm. at Churchw illbeheldSun- Caroling on Wednesday, list Church will hold ils will perfotm at Ihe Komer Liberty Wesleyan. Every- day at 10:45 a.m. Everyone Dee. 23 from7-8 p.m., Ieav- ChristmasCantataSunday one is invited. The church is is invited. 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Continued From Page C6 Deli Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Upcoming performances: MJ & Friends (Mona Jo Griffin) on Jan. 9; Lost & Found on the 16th, Fox Mountain Entertainers on the 23rd, and Hazy Ridge Bluegrass on the 30th. Melissa Gaither invites children (0-4) to Toddler Storytime each Wednesday morning from 10:30-11 at the Harmony Public Library. Storytime this past week in­ cluded songs, stories, and a cookie craft where the chil­ dren took Christmas cookie cutters and made cookies from Pla-Doh. On Saturday, about 16 people created scented sugar and salt scrubs nt the library. The children who were present enjoyed deco­ rating craft dough Christ­ mas ornaments made earlier by Miss Sandra and Miss Susan. Mrs. Claus will visit the library Thursday, Dec. 17 from 5:30 7 p.m. Bring the children to visit with her. Give her your wish list and get a candy cane from her Elf. Prayer requests continue for Madeline Lapish, J.W. Keaton, Melvin Allred1Tom Clocr, G.H. Goforth, Bryan Swain, Jean Reavis, Bon­ nie Gunter, Lori Dyson, Villard Beck, Fred Roth, Bertie Stout, Shem Dyson, Johnny Naylor, Dot Keller, Alicii Absher1 Elizabeth Bonita Snyder, Linda Harpe and Shar Beck are Foster, Rick Swisher, Pat eager to help customers. Moore, Perry Cartner, Joann i Ratledge, Kathy Dumirc, : Jimmy Bailey, John Henry Reeves1Dan HamptonpTom Perrow, Edward Gaither, Randy Davis and Ronald Richardson. Our condolenc­ es to the Thomas Howard Harris family and the John Hamlet Ford family. Submit items to brfbai- ley@msn.com or 751-7567 no later than 8 p.m. Sunday. Vauda Ellis’ sourdough bread is sold quickly. M Visitors at Poplar Springs School's annual open house enjoy the shopping, food and fellowship. \X N Wake Forest Baptist Health BestHeaIth January community health seminars, screenings and events Visit WakeHealth.edu/BestHealth for class descriptions and other events. Events are FREE of charge and require registration, unless otherwise noted. TUESDAY, JANUARY 5 Mike Wells on Estate Planning B asks \ 1:30 to 2:30 pm A Healthier Plan for W eight Loss 6 to 7 pm Wake Forest Baptist Health Medical Plaza-Country Club, 4610 Country Club Road, Winston-Salem THURSDAY, JANUARY7 Common Hand Conditions 2 to 3 pm Wake Forest Baptist Health Medical Plaza-Country Club, 4610 Country Club Road, Winston-Salem SATURDAY, JANUARY 9 Zumba \ 10 to 11 am Wake Forest Baptist Health Medical Plaza-Country Club, 4610 Country Club Road, Winston-Salem MONDAY, JANUARY 11 Lunch & Learn: Atrial Fibrillation: Causes & Effects \ Noon to 1:30 pm Wake Forest Baptist Health Piedmont Plaza I, Kitty Hawk Room, 1920 W est First St., Winston-Salem D eliciousSoups \ 5 to 6:30 pm Wake Forest Baptist Health Medical Plaza-Country Club, 4610 Country Club Road1Winston-SaIem THURSDAY, JANUARY 14 Aging in America: Geriatrics Noon to 1 pm Wake Forest Baptist Health Medical Plaza-Country Club, 4610 Country Club Road1Winston-SaIem WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20 BaIanceScreening \ 5:30 to 7:30 pm Wake Forest Baptist Health Piedmont Plaza I, Kitty Hawk Room, 1920 West First St., Winston-Salem THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 Y ogaforaH eaIthyBack \ 4 to 5 p m Sunrise Yoga Studio, 6000 Meadowbrook Mall Court, Suite I, Clemmons SATURDAY, JANUARY 23 POUND: Rockout. 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She was instrumental in establishing the Farmington Medical Center as a satellite office of Bowman Gray, where she began working. She had a strong' interest in ru­ ral health care and at age 50, she returned to school at UNC-CH for the newly established Nurse Pracdtioner Certification. Upon completion of that certification, she returned to work for many years at the Farmington Medical Centeras office manager and certified nurse practitioner. She spent her life caring for others, in the medical offices, at her home, and in the homes of sick neighbors and friends. She was high­ ly- involved in her community, county and state programs, including: Northwest PiedmontAgency on Aging, NC Alz­ heimer’s Association, Senior State Legislative Council on Aging, Advocate for Long-term Care, Piedmont , Chair­ man of Davie Nursing Homes Advisory Board, NC/White House Council on Aging, President, Davie County AARP, SHIPP volunteer, county coordinator of Extension services special projects and health programs, Davie County Rec­ reation Advisory Board; chair, Senior Citizen Advisory Board. She kept herself in good health with daily exer­ cise, good diet, and staying busy. She was honored with the Pino-Farmington Most Outstanding Citizen Award in 1970. She was a faithful, active member of Wesley Chap­ el United Methodist, as long as her health permitted. She was a youth leader. Sunday school teacher, Sunday School superintendent, member of boards, and most important to her, the United Methodist Women. She was instrumental in the fund-raising and planning' for the fellowship hall of Wesley Chapel. She was actively involved in all projects and fund-raising, from baking and peddling chicken pies, and she was’in the middle of the kitchen working with the church breakfasts. Shewas always happy working for her church. Most importantly, she was a loving and devoted mother to her three sons and their families. Survivors: her husband of 72 years, L.Gene Miller of the home in'Farmington; her sons, Lonnie Gene Miller, Michael Anthony Miller (Nancy) and Patrick Carson Mill­ er (Kathy); grandchildren, Kristin Hall (David) of Carolina Beach, Karin Miller of Nashville, Tenn., Suzanne Lakey (Bryan) of Advance1Matthew Miller (Laura), Winston-Sa­ lem.; 7 great-grandchildren; brothers Jerry Miller (Gud- ny), Larry Miller (Rosemary), and Bill Miller (Sue), all of Yadkinville; and numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family members. Sheispreceded in death by: her parents; brothers, Grady Wilson Miller Jr; Charles Miller and John Kermit Miller; and sisters,Sallie VirginiaSteelman, Bertha Lee Bamows- ky, and Gaynelle Sizemore. A memorial service will be conducted Saturday, Dec. 19 at 11 a.m. at Wesley Chapel UMC with the Rev. Arnold Gosnell officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the church. Memorials: Wesley Chapel UMC Cemetery Fund, 277 Pino Road, Mocksville. Condolences: www.gentryfnneral'service .com. You are always welcome at First United Methodist Church 310 North Main Street Historic Downtown Mocksville ContemporaryWorship 8:45 a.m. Traditional Worship 1055 a.m.. Sunday School for all ages 950 a.m. Weekly Prayer Service-Thurs. Noon-1:00 p.m. www.fIrstumcmocksville.org Telephone; 751-2503 Bettina Kaye Smith ‘Betty’ Boesenberg Bettina Kaye “Betty” Smith Boesenberg, 77, of We- stridge RoadlAdvance died Monday, Dec. 7,2015 in For­ syth Medical Center after a short illness. A funeral service as held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 12, at First Alliance Church with the Rev. Paul Titus officiat­ ing. BurialfollowedinGraceMissionaryAlliance Church Cemetery. The family received friends Friday at Davidson Funeral Home Lexington Chapel. Mrs. Boesenberg was bom De: 4,1938 in DeKalb Coun­ ty, Ga. to Glenn Edwin Smith and Haniet Olive Driscoll Smith. A member of First Alliance Church, she was a mis­ sionary and pastor’s wife for The Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. Surviving: her husband of 56 years, Alfred Alexander Boesenberg of the home; 2 sons, Eric Boesenberg (Beth) of Florida, Greg Boesenberg of Advance; a daughter, Kim Kinyoun (Lee) of Mocksville; 6 grandchildren, Alex Bo­ esenberg, Elisa Boesenberg, Andrew Boesenberg, An­ gelica Boesenberg, Jaclen^ Kinyoun1 Leanna Kinyoun; a greatgrandchild, Lilly Baity; 2 brothers, Ken Smith (Teri) of Florida, and Bob Smith (Celeste) of Texas. Condolences: wwwJavidsonfiineralhome.net. John Edward ‘Ed’ Jennings Jr. John Edward "Ed” Jennings Jr., 75, of Raleigh, died on Dec. 6,2015. He was bom in Danville, Va. on June 6, 1940, to John Edward Jennings and Cordia Henderson Jennings, now deceased. He grew up in Danville, and graduated from George Washington High School. In 1974, he started the Underwriting Reporting Insurance Co. which he ex­ panded to cover the southeast­ ern U.S. He sold his business in 1995. After retirement he found his passion in volunteer mission work at White Me; mortal Presbyterian Church, Raleigh, helping to build the Seminario Tecologico Prebi- teriano del Sureste, Villaher- mosea, Mexico. During the last 20 years, he has traveled to Villlahennosea numerous times, acting as facilitator to U.S. work groups and working as a conduit between the seminary construction committee and the Presbyteri­ an Synod of Thbasco, Mexico. For the last 7 years he has been a volunteer with the U.S. Outreach Foundation to secure funding for the seminary. During recent years he and his wife spent quite a bit of time in Mocksville where he enjoyed raising a garden and sharing its bounty with his friends and neighbors. While in Mocksville he attend­ ed Center United Methodist Church and was active in the church and community. He will be remembered for his genuine kindness and-compassionate support. He was a man of strong simple faith who acted out his faith by his deeds. Survivors: his wife of 32 years, Harriet Tutterow Jen­ nings (formerly of Mocksville) along with son, Eddie Jennings of Danville, Va.; daughter Wende and husband Randy Honeycutt, grandchildren, Tessa, and Wesley of Danville.; brother Bobby and wife Gail Jennings of Marri- etta, Ga.; niece Kristi and husband Curt Croker and chil­ dren, Riley and Ansley of Marrietta; brothers-in-law Henry WiIsonTutterow and friend, Audrey MartinofAdairsville, Ga; Richard Keith Tutterow and wife Patricia of Newland; niece, Kendra Sisk and husband John and daughter Em- maline of Knightdale; nephews Dirk Tutterow and wife Beverly of Frankfort, Ky., Eric Tutterow of Adairsyille, Kirk Tutterow and wife Cheryl Skinner of Kannapolis and daughter, Ellen; Kevin Tutterow of Newland; goddaughter, Yescenia and husband Taylor Dodd and children Andrew, Isaac, and Leo; goddaughter Regina and husband Bany Jaynes'and children Cameron and Caison. Acelebration of his life was held Wednesday, Dec. 9, at 2 p.m. at White Memorial Presbyterian Church in Raleigh. The family received friends following the service in the Jane Bell Gathering Space at White Memorial. Memorials: White Memorial Presbyterian, 1704 Ober- Iin Rd. Raleigh, 27608; Center UMC, c/o Linda Owings1 728 Wilkesboro St., Mocksville; The Outreach Founda­ tion, 381 Riverside Drive, Suite 110, Franklini TN 37064. 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He was-a dependable, hard-working man, whose employ­ ment included Hanes Chair Facto­ ry, Drexel Heritage Furniture, Bak­ er Furniture, and the Mocksville Feed Mill. Later he owned a waste disposal business, along with Dal­ ton’s Furniture Repair and Refinish Shop. In 1949,he married Helen E. Mack. They were married for 65 years and had 7.children. Spending time with family was something he loved. He also enjoyed NASCAR, traveling, music,, flea markets, an­ tique cars aind furniture. He loved to tell jokes and share family history. He was a collector of glass and ceramic hens. He was a member of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, and in recent years he regularly attended Refuge Community Church. He was Past Worshipful Mas­ ter of CorinthianLodge 17 Prince Hall Mason. He was preceded in death by: his wife Helen on June 5,2014; and 3 sons, Michael, Steven, and Gilbert Dalton; a grandson,. Jhockton Dalton; 6 brothers, Nat, Hillary, Matthew, Newman, Lonnie, and Odell; and a sister, Ruby Howell.Survivors: 3 sons, David (Annetta) Dalton of Mocks­ ville, James W. (Stephanie) Dalton of Miami. Fla., and Thomas (Gloria) Dalton of Mocksville; 2 daughters, Debra (Lemuel) Watkins of Durham, and Frances Carter of Mocksville; a sister, Lillian Doulin of Mocksville; 17 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; a daughter-in-law, Edna Dalton of Advance; many other relatives and friends. Funeral service was held Monday, Dec. 14 at noon at Victory Baptist Church in Cooleemee. Pastor Rodney Barker officiated and Associate Pastor Thomas Dalton de­ livered the eulogy. Burial followed in Rose Cemetery in Mocksville. The family received friends at the church from 11:15-11:45 a.m., and Masonic Ritestook place at 11:45. Condolences: www.GrahamFuneralHomejiet . Ralph Arvey Montgomery Mr. Ralph Arvey Montgomery, 75, of Advance died Sunday, Dec. 13,2015 at his home. He was bom Jan. 29,1940. in Alamance County to Her­ man Robert and Alice Wrenn Montgomery. Mr. Montgom­ ery was employed with Southern Tool Manufacturing Co. for40years. • Survivors: his^wife Josie; a daughter, Debbie; a son, Richard; 5 grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchildren. A graveside service was to be held at 2 p.m.. Thurs­ day, Dec. 17 at Westlawn Gardens of Memory with the Rev. Russell Myers officiating. The family was to receive friends following the service. Memorials: American Cancer Society, 4A Oak Branch Drive, Greensboro, 27407. Condolences: wwwJtayworth'miUer.com. Edgar Thomas McCain 1 Mr. Edgar Thomas McCain, 84, of Ruffin Street, Cool­ eemee, died Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015 at Kate B. Reyn­ olds Hospice Home in Win­ ston-Salem. He was bom Dec. 31, 1930, in Texarkana, Texas to the late Lillian Taylor and Edgar Walter McCain. After serving 25 years in the U-S. Air Force, he retired as a chief master aergeant. He moved to Mocksville where he worked for the postal service in Win­ ston-Salem and Greensboro for 15 years, then moved to Cooleemee. Mr. McCain was of the Protestant faith and will be remembered for his kind­ ness and generosity. He was also preceded in death by 2 siblings, James Williams of Paris, Texas and Lucille Graves of Marshal, Texas. , Survivors: his wife, Dolly B. McCain of the home; a son, Tom McCain of Lexington; a granddaughter, Sarah McCain of the home. A memorial service was conducted at 2 pm., Saturday, Dec. 12 at Eaton Funeral Chapel in Mocksville with Mr. Grant Marrs officiating. Condolences: www.eatonfuneralservice.com . Clce Cream 151 N. Main St. • Mocksville. NC OPEN YEAR ROUND 60 Flavors! We.sell Deluxe & Front Porch K M Hand Dipped m ade ;n N.C. 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Children came with their hand­ made decorations they placed on the 10-foot tall cedar tree chopped down by farmer Ray Crotts. They reveled in throwing “snow balls" at the tree, fashioned from raw cotton grown by retired Woodleaf fanner Bob Cranford. A number returned for the town’s Christmas event to show off their work to parents and fam­ ily. Upstairs, a huge display of toys captured their imagination. None had batteries. The children learned that a single toy was left by San­ ta under the tree, to be found on Christmas morning. After a brief introduction to the exhibit, they had a little time to play with an old toy of their choice. Back to the Zachary House living room, story-teller Bon­ nie Byerly shared the legacy sto­ ries gathered over the years from Cooleemee elders about commu­ nity Christmases past. The tree was always cedar and usually chopped down on company land. It was adorned with strings of popcorn and homemade decora- On Christmas Eve, families went to church and children per­ formed the Christmas pageant. Christmas pokes (sacks) were distributed which contained the much coveted orange, an apple, raisins, nuts and candy. These were carefully guarded from brothers and sisters. Please See Old - Page D6 Discovering Our Heritage Coordinator Donna Henderson leads the students through a display of old-timey toys. Hand-made student deco­ rations adorn the Zachary House tree. * Bonnie Byerly oversees the table of "pokes" filled with old-timey Christmas goodies for the Cooleemee Elementary students. D2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday, Dec. 17,201 Davie Schools Cooleemee Elem entary where to breathe while sing- Cougars of the Week: The past couple of weeks ing the “Stevedore’s Song.” Dashel Desnoyers1 Jenna in PE1 students have been Fourth grade worked on Scoggins, Ryan Oxedine, leam ingandpracticingbas- layering percussion parts KayIee Marsh, Isacc Mon- ketball. They started learn- to create a background part tellano-Cisneros, Emmie ing basic fundamentals like to the “One Note Samba”. Burris, Dylan Garwood, ball handling and dribbling. Fifth grade students created. Alexa Roldan, Nick Mar- Students also learned and their own rhythms and parts tin, Addie Brown, Bran- practiced pivoting, as well to link with the song “Oye don Martinez, LilIyanne as all three types of passes ComoVa.” Simmons , J ’Siere Arnold, before learning lay-ups and The chorus performed the Katelynn Cline and Erick shooting. They are playing song,“CougarPride" forthe Rodriquez skill games such as: “Pass- November , staff meeting. Mrs. Bullins’ third grade ing Keep Away,” “Knock Some students joined with students have been Ieam- Out," and “Add ‘Em Up.” Mocksville chorus students ing about Native Ameri- Each day they discuss rules to perform Christmas carols cans. After listening to the in basketball. Sometimes downtown on Friday, Dec. story, Brother Eagle, Sister they talk about famous bas- 11. A few students were se- Sky, they discussed Native ketball players from all over lected to sing “Waltz of the American customs and pot- the world. Snowflakes” as pari of the tery. They then wrote color First grade has been Salisbury Symphony’s pro-, poems and decorated pots to searching for missing ad- duction of the Nutcracker. represent the poems. Mrs. dends. Students know ad- T h efirstgradehallisfull Bullins' fourth and fifth dends are the numbers add- o f holiday spirit. W riter’s graders have been reading ed in a math equation. The Workshop papers are dis- Sherlock Holmes mysteries answer is the sum. When an played on the walls with and using inference to de­ addend is missing they can topics such as “Elf Jobs," tect clues, use the counting on strategy “Looking Out My Win- or draw and take away a dow ,"“If I Lived In A Snow M ocksvilIcElem entary group. Students are using a Globe” and “Math Christ- Students of the Week: song to help understand that mas Trees." Ken Reichert, Piper Schilling, Camdyn vowels have two sounds, a a creative storyteller, read Holland, Angel Romero, short and a long sound; One three variations of “The Aidan Szewczyk, Addy- way to change a vowel from Night Before Christmas.” son Dillard, Julissa Mas­ ks short to its long sound First grade selected "A Pi- so, Christopher Williams, is to add “E’\ They can tell rates’s Night Before Christ- Lance Jones, Nevan Love, Colton Brooks, Daniel Mason, Ayden Chilton, Draco Clontz Brayden Lanier, Gavin Wisecarver, Osiel Romero-Catalan, Travell Wash­ ington B u sy K in d e rg a rtn e rs November was a busy agreed that they did not like about these holidays and the Brandon month in kindergarten at things that tasted bitter. differences. the difference in a blend or mas” and a "North Carolina Wood and Ava Light, a digraph using Letterland Night Before Christmas” in songs. Students took a look addition to the traditional ShadyG roveE Icm entary at the Hoover Dam and one. ~ ............■ — - — compared it to a beaver dam. Last week, students gingerbread man. Kinder- Comatzer Elementary. Students will examine Children are preparing Students learned about December holidays and crafts and surprises. Special ________NativeAmericans.Pilgrims, how they are celebrated events will include a Polar Can’t catch me, I’m the and the first Thanksgiving here and around the world, Express Day, a visit to the and compared them to to- including Christmas, Ha- D avieSeniorCentertosing They talked about the intent learned the economics of garten students read several day. The three classes cel- nukkah, Kwanzaa1 and Las Christmas carols, a Chnst- and usefulness of each and supply and demand. Each versions of the gingerbread ebrated their own Thanks- Posadas. Students will ro- mas breakfast, and a short how each can harm the en- first grade class made three, man or girl and compared giving Feast. Boys wore tate between classes to learn program for parents, vironment. Students have craft items from three coun- the stories. They focused on NativeAmerican vests and been developing a sense of tries. They leam edaboutthe stoty elements such as char- girls wore Native American the season through the ere- customs and traditions from acters, setting, beginning, dresses, which they deco- ation of . Christmas crafts the countries. middle and end. In writing, rated with American Indian and ornaments. They are Students started Chapter students worked in groups symbols. Each child wore a writing and learning about 5 in My Math. This focuses to create their own ending to headpiece labeled with the the magic of gifts that come on place value. Children the gingerbread man story. NativeA m ericannam ethey from the heart. will Ieam the' vocabulary Fifth graders have been had chosen, along .with pat- Thirdgradestudentscon- words: ones,tens, hundreds, studying human body sys- temed necklaces they cre- tinue to work on finding less than, greaterthan,equal terns by creating their ated. the main idea of a nonfic- to and regroup. Letterland own body systems made TostartofftheChristm as tion text and its supporting units focused on consonant of household items. There season students read sev- details. Students read a text blends at the beginning and were paper towel tubes eral versions of The Ginger- about how Thomas Edison ending of words. Students to represent bones and an bread Man, compared the discovered that sound can will Ieam about long vowel esophagus, milk jugs for events and characters, and move objects. Students ere- sounds when they return skulls, balloons for. intes- wrote their own versions of. ated an instrument using a from winter break. tines, yam for veins, arter- the _story. They even made paper towel roll, balloon, On Tuesday, Bill Camp- ies, and nerves ... Students their own Gingerbread or- paper and a rubber band, bell read the "Polar Ex- had to label projects and naments. They tapped on the instru- press” to all classes and the make slogans to advertise This has been a way to ment to make a feather students were able to watch their body system. They introduce a unit on the five move. They were able to the movie in the afternoon, will study genetics next. senses. Students have been make a connection with Theannualholidayprogram The school participated exploring the individual the text before discussing and breakfast was held, in the Hour of Code. This senses of taste, smell, hear- the main idea. They read a Mrs. Claus came to read to is an international incen- ing, touch, and sight, and nonfiction text on bears. To students in the afternoon, tive to help raise awareness how they work together to make a connection, students Theglobalm arketw asabig of computer coding. From give information. The chil- drew a picture of a bear and success. The students “sold” kinders to fifth grade, all dren learned many things, wrote the main idea on its and “bought” the crafts from students worked at various including how important body with the supporting around the world. levels of coding, details on its legs. Fourth graders on Team Hatteras went on a fossil hunt to find leaves to repre­ sent fossils. Students used clay to cast models. . Cornatzcr Elementary Lots of great sounds are coming from the Cougar Music Room. The class re­ ceived a new keyboard and amplifier through an Ener- gyUnited grant. The sound quality of the keyboard is outstanding, and students have been exptoring some of the new features. Mr. ■IS ,'I Cornatzer Elementary Cougars of the Week o' Dec. 9, from left: front - Gavin Wisecarver, Bri- anna Olive, Morris Medina; back - Jay Niland Kevin Morgan, Emilee Short, Isaac Montellano- light is for sight. Most Cisneros. wi'«- r- smile T ieft r v rprogram rey Dyson, Caleb Bailey, Armondo Gamez, Ariel Her- Pre-K students started . nandez; back - Emma Roe, Olivia Pollard, Melia Privett1 working on notes on a scale. Ashley Bledsoe, Charlotte Anderson. By using the colors of the boomwhacker instruments, they can coordinate the mu­ sic on the board with the music they hear. Kinder- . garten has been focusing on simple rhythms in a steady beat. They enjoyed the extra rests when singing bingo. First grade students worked with basic rhythmic dicta­ tion - placing quarter notes and half notes into the song “Johnny Works With One Hammer”. Second grade students have been working on dy­ namic contrasts (loud and I n ? decrelcendos^Third William R. Davie SMILE students, from left: front - Richard Beach, grade just finished a lesson Eliah Gholson, Jean Anguiano1Gus Wyer1 Genesis Garcia; back - on the importance of musi- Colton Naylor, Mason Shepard, Allyson Phibbs, Serenity McKay, eal phrasing and knowing Heather Long, Landry Parsons, DJ Campbell. William R. Davie SMILE students, from left: front - Corey Dyson, Caleb Bailey, Armondo Gamez, Ariel Hernandez; back - Emma Roe, Olivia Pollard, Melia Privett, Ashley Bledsoe, Charlotte An­ derson. William R. Davie SMILE students, from left: front - Jaxon Sechrest, Jacob Meadwell, David Dishman, Ty Norris, Brianna Eckhart; back - Keelyn Oakes, Anna Nelson; Connor Bohannon, Coltn Pruter. + DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 17,2015 - D3 Dateline Futidraisers Satum ay, D ec. 19 Breakfast, Salem Methodist, off Davfe Academy Rd. at 1-40, MocM$lle,6-10 am. Biscuits, ham, sausage, eggs, grits, gravy, baked apples, pancakes. Crafts, baked ^oods. Santa from 8-10. Donations. Breakfest, Wesley Chapel Methodist, Pino Rd. off NC 801 N .'west of Farmington, 6:30-10 a.m. Country ham, sausage, scrambled eggs, grits, gravies; biscuits, baked apples, OJ1 coffee. Donations. Nut sale byUMfy. Religion S aturday, D ec. 19 T hrisnas Leads Us Home lay, Wyo Bible Methodist, 928 Wyo Rd., Yadkinville, 6 .m. Ffee. Call 336-463-2529 r 336463-2776. burnei' to Bethlehem drive JirougB, Society Baptist, 879 Garden! Valley Road, States­ ville, 5 4 p.m. Free hot choco­ late and cookies. Christmas Program, Fellow­ ship Baptist, 1084 Rainbow Rd., Atfeance, 6 p.m. Childrens . prograrji and message by chalk . artist Mfehael McDaniel. Food, fellowship. S unday, D ec. 20Christmas story, “Listen, Be­ lieve and Prepare,” 4 p.m., Shiloh Baptist, 544 E. Depot St., Mocksville. Christmas Program, Main- ville AME Zion, 2 p.m., by Christian Education Depart­ ment. Snacks follow 11 a.m. service. Choir Christmas Cantata, Cornatzer Methodist, 1244 Comatzer Rd., Mocksville, 7 . p.m., followed by food and fel- Iowshia ‘A cficket County City Christmas,” Bethel Meth­ odist, Mocksville, 6 p.m. fol­ lowed by refreshments. 353 Bethel Church Rd., Mocks­ ville. ,D ec. 20-21 Candlelight Concerts, Mocksville First Methodist Chancel Choir 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday; 7:30 p.m. Mon­ day. \ T hursday, D ec. 24 Chrisdbas Eve Mass, 11 pan. Gpod Shepherd Episco­ pal, Church and Cross Street., Cooleemee. ServW ot lessons and carols, Container Methodist, 1244 Comaker Rd., Mocksville, 11 CandlJlight service with car­ ols, readings, communion, mu­ sic, Mtjcksville First Method­ ist,4pm -and Il p.m. Lovefeist, Candlelight Ser­ vice, 5 pan., Macedonia Moravian, 700 NC 801, Ad­ vance. : macedoniamoravian. org. CandIdight Christmas Eve and Lord’s Supper, 5 p.m., Fork Baptist, US 64 E. 998- 8306. O ngoing Free clothes, Edgewood Bap­ tist Cicithe5 Closet, last Satur­ day of every month, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Iafant sizes to 3x for women, 5x for men. NC 801 just outside Cooleemee city limits. Kid’s Night Out, New Union Methodist, Wednesdays, 6:30- 8, kindfegarten-12th grade. Free cpffee and doughnuts, every Wednesday, 7 pm., Con­ cord Methodist1Cherry Hill Rd. atN CSbl. Mocksville. Beginnuig Bible Study, Verse by Verse, Thursdays, 6:30-8 p.m., Sige Garden Care Center, 977 Yadkinville Rd., Mocks­ ville. 7i4-9476. Bible Study of Revelation, Mock rface Community Center. Mocks4lle,Thursdays at 11 am. S im p lf Moms prayer and book sudy group for moms of all ages with kids of all ages, secondFridays,9:30-11:30a.m. during School year, Cornerstone Christian Church, NC 801. Free childcare. 998-0600. Weekly Prayer Service, First UMC1N. Main St., Downtown, Thursdays,noon-1 p.m.insanc­ tuary. Not a structured service, quiet time to pray and meditate. Preschool,at Macedonia Mora­ vian Church,9a.m.til 12noon. Optional lunch bunch I p.m. Ages 12 months - 5 yrs. Call 998-6492. GriefShare Recovery St Sup­ port Group,at Hillsdale UMC, 5018 US 158,Advance. Second & fourth Sundays of each month 4 p.m. For info: 998-4020. Kids for Christ, at Liberty UMC, 141 Liberty Circle, Mocksville, each Wed. 3-5:30 pm .Forkindergarten-Sth grade. No cost, just a time for play, snacks, Bible stories, & music. Info: 940-7246. MOPS (Mothers of Preschool­ ers), 1st and 3rd Fri. of every month during traditional school year, 9:30-11:45 a.m., at Blaise Bapt. Church. Awana, every Wed. evening 6:30-8 p.m. at Eagle Heights Church. The Life & Teaching of Je­ sus, presented by Mocksville Seventh-DayAdventist Church, Mon. & Thurs. at 7 p.m., at 407 Milling Rd., Mocksville. Free admission. For info: 704-876- 3665. Youth Program , at Ijames Bapt. Church,eachSun.evening 5:45 p.m., ages 12-18. Info: 492-6434. Women's Discussion Classes, two classes held weekly at Jericho Church of Christ, Tues. 10:30 a.m. and Wed. 7:30 p.m. Nocost formaterials.All women invited. Women’s Bible Study, every Wed. 5-6 p.m., in a home near Milling Road area. AU women welcome. Info: 751-5229. Women’s Study Group, Phase 2,onBiblical women, presented by Hannah's Ministries. Free & held every second Sat. of each month, 10-11 am. AU welcome. Info; 940-5149. CareNet Counseling Centers, at First Baptist Church, 390 N. Main St., Mocksville. Offers inter-denominational counsel­ ing. Academically trained, certified counselors & mental health professionals. Info. St appt. 751-2041. Preschool/Parents Morning Out, Bethlehem United Meth. Time: 9 a.m.-noon. Ages I & 2 - M1W orT.Th. Age 3 - M,T, Th. Age4 & Pre-K - three or four days per week. Call 998-6820. Preschool, at Center United Methodist, US 64 W., Mocks­ ville. 2,3, St 4 year olds. Mon- day-Thursday, 8:30-11:30 a.m. Tiffany Grooms,336-473-2615. Awana & Bible Study, Wednes­ days at 7 p.m., Hope Baptist Tabernacle. Coffee House, 4th Sun. each month, 7 p.m., at Comatzer UMC. Good coffee, good fel­ lowship, & good music. SpeKiaIEvents Saturday, D ec. 19 Davie CountyHospltal retirees and friends Christmas lunch, I p.m.. Sagebrush, Yadkinville Rd., Mocksville. T uesday, D ec. 22 Red Cross Blood Drive, 2-6:30 p.m., Davie Public Library, 371 N. Main St., Mocksville. O ngoing Spay-Neuter Clinic, 2nd Wed. of each month by the Humane. Society of'Davie County, af- fordablespay-neutersurgeryfor cats and dogs. Call 751-5214 to make reservation and for details. Free Advanced Healthcare Planning W orkshops, 2nd Tues. of each month, I &4p.m., EMS Building, Mocksville. For info: 336-768-6157 ext. 1622. Free Monthly Diabetes/Blood Pressure/Cholesterol Screen­ ings, last Fri. of each month in 2009 at WalMart1 9 a.m. til 12 noon. Sponsored by Davie Lion’s Club. Visit Cooleemee’s Mill Village Museum, 14 Church St., Wed.- Sat. 10 a.m. til 4 p.m. Tours also available by appt.Call 284-6040. Storytimes, at Davie Co. Li­ brary: Fri. 11 a.m., main library. Meetings O ngoing American Legion Post 174, last Saturday of each month, 9 a.m., Maw-Maw's Kitchen, US 158 near Farmington Road. Davie/Mocksville AA, closed non-smoking meeting, at First Bapt. Church, 390 N. Main Street (across from Davie Co. Library).'I7iursdays,7pjn.Info: Jan 753-1838. Al-Anon Family group, Sun­ days, 8 p.m.,MacedoaiaMoravi- an,NC801 betweenFarmington and Bermuda Run. For families and friends of alcoholics. Sugar Valley Com posite Squadron, each Tues. 6:30- 8:30 p jn.. Blue Hangar at Sugar Valley. Program for cadets (12- 18) and adults. For info: 336- 978-4186. Davie County PlanningBoard, 4th Tues. of each month, 6 p.m. in commissioners chambers, 2nd floor, DavieAdministration Bldg.. 123 S. Main Street. Davie County Board of Ad­ justment, 3rd Monday of each month, 6 p.m., in commission­ ers chambers, 2nd fioor, Davie Administration Bldg., 123 S. Main Street. DavieBeekeepersAssociation, second Thurs. of every month, 7 p.m., 412 N. Main Street (First Bapt. Church). Visitors welcome. To find out more info: www.daviebeekeepers.org DC Networks, 7:45-9 a.m. second Tues. each month-. Ketchie Creek Bakery, Valley Rd., Mocksville. Networking/ referrals group hosted by Davie . County ChamberofCommerce- For info: 336-751-3304. Al-Anon Family Group, at Macedonia Moravian Church, N.C. 801N., Advance, Sundays 8 p.m., (in fellowship hall). Al-Anon is a group that helps families & friends of alcoholics. Cooleemee Womens Clvitan Club, meets 4th Thurs. of each month, 7 p.m. Cooleemee First Bapt. fellowship hall, 204 Mar­ ginal St., Cooleemee. AU area ladies invited. Davie County Horse Emer­ gency Rescue Team, 7:30 pm., downstairs at the Agricultural Building,Mocksville.Every 3rd Tuesdayeach month. For info: 940-2111. Davie Co. Band Boosters, meets 2nd Tuesday of month, 7:30 p.m., Davie High Band Room.Christian Businessmen’s Com­ mittee of Mocksville, Thurs­ days,? a.m. Mocksville Rotary Hut. Gold Wing Touring Associa­ tion, Red Pig Barbecue, Greasy Comer, N.C. 801 at U.S. 601,6 p.m. 2B4-4799. Cooleemee Recreation As­ sociation, Zachary House, 1st Tuesday, 7 p.m. The A rtist G roup, Davie County Library,7 p.m.last Tues. Call Bonnie at 998-5274. Center Community Develop­ ment, 3rd Mon., 7 p.m. Com­ munity Bldg. Cooleemee Town Board, 3rd Monday,Town Hall, 6 p.m. un­ less otherwise noted. North Cooleemee and Clark Road Council,2nd Wednesday, 7 p.m. Meeting in different members homes. Davie Domestic Wolence Ser­ vices and Rape Crisis Center. Offers weekly support group for domestic violence & sexual assault victims.The groupmeets every Tues. evening from5:30-7 p.m. Please call office for loca­ tion,751-3450. Sons of Confederate Veterans, 1st Monday,Cooleemee Histori­ cal Building, 7 p.m. MocksviIleRotary Club,Tues­ days, 12:05 pm., EnergyUnited Education Center, 182 S. Salis­ bury St., Mocksville. Farmington Masonic Lodge No.265,2ndMonday,7:30pjn. atthelodge. Davie Co. United Way Board of Directors, 4th Monday, 5:30 pm., BrockCenter Annex,Conf. Room 208. Parents Resource Organiza­ tion (PRO) support group for families of children with dis­ abilities, 2nd Tuesday, 7 p.m. Call Rosemary Kropfelder at 998-3311 for location. Health Dept., clinic hours: Mon.-Fri., 8:30-11:30 a.m., 1-4:30 pm. Davie County Board of Social Services,4th Tuesday,5:30 p.m. at DSS. NarcoticsAnonymous Against AU Odds Group, First Bapt. Church, 390 N. Main Street (upstairs),Thurs. 7 p.m.. Sun. 6 p.m. Drug Problem? Helpline, 336-785-7280. Mocksville Civitan Club, 7 p.m., 2nd St 4th Mondays, at First Presbyterian Church. Advance Memorial Post 8719 Veterans of Foreign Wars and LadiesAuxiliary ,4thTues.,7:30 pro..post home,Feed Mill Road. Davie CounDr IUght To Life, 7 p.m., 3rd Thursday, grand jury room, courthouse. 751-5235 or 492-5723. Seniors AllactivitiestakepIaceatBobby H. KnightSeniorServices Build­ ing located at 278 Meroney St., Mocksville unless otherwise noted. 753-6230. T hursday, D ec. 31 Bunco (dice game) and Mock- taiu (non-alcoholic cocktails). 2 p.m. RSVP by Dec. 22 to 753-6230. Free to those age 55 and older O ngoing Free Advanced Healthcare Planning Workshop, second Tuesday of each month, I p.m. Sr. Lunchbox, M.T.W, 11:30 a.m., Th. & Fri.. 11 am., IuncH served daily. Quilting Club, every Mondagj 10 a.m. } ~ SKJPBO, Wednesdays, I p.m.; Scrapbooking,every 2ndTuesj day, 2 p.m. -Free DIood Pressure CheckC once a month, at 10:30 a.m. in the Nutrition Site. * SingingSeniors Chorus,Thurs.j days, IO a.m. ScrabblelI p.m. every Monday) Texas HoId’Em -ThursdayJj I p.m. • Sr.Book Club,every IhirdTuesi ofthe month, 1:30 p.m. Computer Classes - are avail! able, call for information. I Arthritic Exercise - every other Wed. 10:30 am. Line Dancing Level I, Tues­ days,Thursdays, 8:45 a.m. Line Dancing Level 2, Mon­ days, Wednesdays,9:45 a.m. .. Low Impact Aerobics - Tues. AThurs., 11 a.m. Fitness Equipment Room - open Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m. til 8 p.m. Fridays 8 a.m. til 5 p.m. & Sat. 9 a.m. til 1p.m. Art, Mondays 9 a.m. til 12 pro. Woodcarviog, Wed. 9-11 a.m. Silver Health, Mon., Tues.; Wed., 8:30 a.m. Yoga,call for datesand sessions. Dance Party Aerobics, 5:30 p.m. on Tues. & Thurs. Silver Health, Mon., Wed., dt Fri. at 8:30 am. Report Davie Dateline Items By Noon Monday. ItemsforDavieDatelineshould be reported by noon Monday of the publication week. Call 751- 2120 or drop it by the office, at S. Main St. across from the courthouse. Crossword Answers Q s ia ia c i Q B D ia ia q q q QEIDQli QQQQQ QQQ QQQQQDQQQDQ DDQQQQ QQD QQDDQ QQQQ DQQQQ QQQQ QDQQQ BDQD QDDQ QQQ DQQQ QQQ QQQ QBQQ QOQ QQQD DQQQ DQQQQ BQQQ DDBQQ QQQQ QQQQQ QQQ DDQ DQQ DDQDQ QDQQD QQQ BQBQQ BDDDD Sudoku Solution 8 1 9 5 2 6 7 3 4, 4 7 2 3 1 8 9 5 6 5 6 3 7 9 4 8 2 1 3 4 7 9 8 2 6 5 9 8 1 4 6 5 3 7 2 2 5 6 3 7 4 9 8 6 9 8 2 7 1 5 4 3 7 2 4 6 5 3 8 9 1 3 5 8 4 9 2 6 7 PUBLIC NOTICE T^uddine Salvage Auction Monday, Dec. 21,10:am Preview on Friday and 9am prior to sale or visit wfy.demmonsdiscountsaIes.com for complete listing. Cl$nmons Discount Sales 622dCtementine Drive, Clemmons, NC 27012 (336)766-3132 NCAL 6426 Auctioneer: Carlton Hill NCAL 4856 NOTICiOF FORiCLOSURESALE 15 SP 247 Under and by virtue ot the power ol sale contained In a certain Deed ol Trust made by Jay A. Hutchens and Luglna Paulette P. Hutchens to N. Lawrence Hudspeth, 111, Trustee(s), dated the 3rd day of March, 2000, and recorded In Book 327, Page 827, and Modification In Book 342, Page 658, In 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 under­ signed, 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 Davie County. North Caro­lina and the holder of the note evidencing said Indebtedness hav­ ing directed that the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at the courthouse door In the City of Mocksville, Davie County. North Carolina, or the custom­ary location designated for foreclosure sales, at 10:15 AM on December 28, 2015 and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following real estate situated in the County of Davle1 North Carolina, and being more particularly described as foHows: (A-09779) Being all of that tract containing 1.000 acre, more or less, lying in Farmington Township. Davle County. North Carolina; bounded by natural boundaries and/or lands owned by and/or in. possession of persons as follows; on the north and east by other lands of Peggy A. Phillips, on the south by Eddie D. Allen and Lil­lian A. Groce, and on the west by Bobby G. Allen; said tract being more particularly described by courses and distances according to a survey dated July 14,1999, by Kenneth L Foster, PLS No. L-2552 fiob No. 2121-99A) as follows: BEGINNING at an Iron found In the northern line of Ulllan A. Groce, the southeastern comer of Bobby G. Allen, and the south­ western comer of that 4.617-acre tract In book 167 at page 461, and runs with the eastern line of Allen north 05 deg. 07 mln. 43 sec. west 187.04 feet to an Iron set; thence new lines for Peggy A. Phillips the following two calls; (1) south 88 deg. 14 mln. 17 sec. east 245.80 feet to an Iron set, and (2) south 01 deg. 45 mln. 43 sec. west 185.69 feet to an Iron set In the northern line of Eddie D. Allen; thence with the northern line of Eddie D. Alien north 88 deg. 14 mln. 17 sec. west 111.59 feet to an Iron found, the north­ eastern comer of Groce; thence with the northern line of Groce north 88 deg. 14min. 17 sec. west 111.77 feet to the BEGINNING Iron found. Together with Improvements located thereon; said property being located at 648 Plneville Road, Mockevllle, North Carolina. TOGETHER with a utility and non-excluslve right-of-way ease­ ment of Ingress and egress to be appurtenant to and to run with the above described 1.000-acre tract over and across that way 30 feet ki width lying 30 feet on the northern side of that southern right-of-way which Is more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING at an Iron set In the northern line of Eddie D. Allen, the southeastern corner of the above described 1.000-acre tract, and runs with the northern line of Eddie D. Alien south 88 deg. 14 mln. 17 sec. east 286.55feet to an Iron found In the western line of Reed Sagraves, the southeastern comer of said 4.617-acre tract, the END of the within described southern right-of way line. TOGETHER with a perpetual non-excluslve easement for In­ gress, egress and regress, Including the right to Install and main­ tain cable television and utility lines over and upon an area de­ scribed In that deed In book 167 at page 461. For reference purposed for source of title, see: deed In book 167 at page 461. 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 party must pay the excise tax, as well as the court costs of Forty-Rve Cents ($0.45) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) required by NCGS §7A-308(a)(1). The property to be offered pursuant to this notice of sale is being offered for sale, transfer and conveyance 'AS IS, WHERE IS," Neither the Tmstee nor the holder of the note secured by the' deed of trust/security agreement, or both, being foreclosed, nor the officers, directors, attorneys, employees, agents or authorized representative of either the Trustee or the holder of the note make any representation or warranty relating to the title or any physi­ cal. environmental, health or safety conditions existing In, on. at or relating to the property being offered for sale, and any and alt responsibilities or liabilities arising out of or In any way relating . to any such condition expressly are disclaimed. Also, this prop­ erty Is being sold sub|ec! to all taxes, special assessments, and prior liens or encumbrances of record and any recorded releases. Said property Is also being sold subject to applicable Federal and State laws. A deposit of five percent (5%) of the purchase price, or seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00). whichever Is greater, Is required and must be tendered In the form of certified funds at the time of the sale. If the trustee is unable to convey title to this property for any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser is the return of the de­ posit. Reasons of such inability to convey Include, but are not lim­ited to, the filing of a bankruptcy petition prior to the conflrmatiop of the sale and reinstatement of the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. If the validity of the sale Is challenged by any party, the trustee, In their sole discretion. If they believe the challenge to have merit, may request the court to declare the sale to be void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy. An order for possession of the property may be Issued pursu; ant to N.C.G.S. § 45-21.29 in favor of the purchaser and against the party or parties In possession by the clerk of superior court of the county in which the property is sold. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental . agreement entered into or renewed on or after October 1, 2007, may after receiving the notice of foreclosure sale, terminate the rental agreement by providing written notice of termination to the landlord, to be effective on a date stated In the notice that is at least 10 days but not more than 90 days, after the sale date contained In this notice of.sale, provided that the mortgagor has not cured the default at the time the tenant provides the notice of termination. 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.SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SERVICES, INC. SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE c/o Hutchens Law Firm P.O. Box 1028 4317 Ramsey Street Fayetteville, North Carolina 28311 Phone No: (910) 864-3068 h tpsJ/sales.hutchenslawfirm.com Case No: 1161597 (FC.FAY) Publish: Dec.17,24 D4 - DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD1Thureday, Dec. 17,2015 LEGAL NOTICES NORTH CAROLINA I DAVIE COUNTY I NOTICE TO CREDITORSHaving qualified as Executor ; ot the Estate of RAYMOND JU- : LIUS MARKLAND1Iate o< Oavfe • County. North Carolina, the un- I derslgned does hereby notify all ; persons, firms and corporations ; having claims against the estate ; of said decedent to exhibit them ; to the Executor, undersigned, on or before the 3rd day of March. 2016,orthlanotlcewillbeplead- ' ed In bar of their recovery. Alf ; persons, firms and corporations I Indebted to the said estate will please make Immediate pay­ment to the undersigned. This the 3rd day of December, 2015. Emily Uarkland Kaller, ExecuforoftheEstafe 163 Kllboume Dr. Advance, NC 27006 Publish: Dec.3,10,17,24 NORTH CAROLINA DAVlE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORSCynthia Cuthrell has qualified as Administrator of the Estate Of RICKY WAYNE SEAMON late of Mocksville, Davle Coun­ ty. North Carolina. The under- , signed does hereby notify all ; persons, firms and corporations < having claims against the estate of said decedent to exhibit them * to the Administrator, Cynthia ; Cuthrell. at the office of her at-■ tomey,JamesA.Davfs,Esq.,ch>’ 3333 Brookvlew Hilf Blvd., Suite : 206, Winston-Salem, NC 27103, I on or before the 26th day of Feb- j ruary 2016, or this notice will be i pleaded In bar of their recovery.■ - AU persons, firms and corpora- . Hons Indebted to the said estate I" will please make Immediate pay- ment to the undersigned.This the 26th day of Novem-■ ‘ ber, 2015, ■ I James A. Davis, AttomeyatLaw, for Cynlhla Cuthrell.Administrator of the Estate of Ricky Wayne Seamon Publish: Nov.26,Dec.3,10,17 NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS HAVING QUALIFIED as Administrator of the Estate of RUTH GAITHER SNOW, late of Davie County, this Is to notify all persons, firms and corporations . having claims against said Es­ tate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before March 3. 2016, (being three [3] months from the first day ot pub­lication of this notice) or this no­ tice will be pleaded In bar of Ihelr recovery. All persons, firms and corporations Indebted to said Estate will please make Immedi­ate payment to the undersigned. This Ihe 30th day of Novem­ber. 2015. BRENDA CROWE 538 South Salisbury Street Mocksville, NC 27026MARTIN S VAN HOY1LLP Attorneys at Law IOCourt Square Mocksville, NC 27026 Publish: Dec.3,10.17,24 NCSB#7866, Attorney for the Estate 161 South Main Street Mocksville. NC 27028 Telephone: (336) 751-7502 Fax:(336)751-9909 Publish: Nov.26.0ec.3,10,17 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS HAVING QUALIFIED as Ex­ ecutor of the Estate of JOAN W. BOLIN, late of Davie County, this Is to notiry all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said Estate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before March 3,2016, (be­ ing three [3] months from the first day of publication of this notice) or thl3 notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. AU. per­sons, firms and corporations in­debted to said Estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned.This the 30th day of Novem­ber, 2015. CLYDE ROY WILLIAMS, JU­NIOR 245 Craver Road Lexington. NC 27295MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP Attorneys at Law IOCourtSquare Mocksville, NC 27028 Publish: Dec.3,10,17,24 NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORSHAVING QUALIFIED as Ex­ecutor of the Estate of VERIOUS BARNES ANGELL, late of Da­ vie County, this Is to notify an persons, Prms and corporations having claims against said Es­tate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before March 10,2016, (being three [3] months from the first day of pub­lication ot this notice) or this no­tice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and corporations Indebted to said Estate will please make Immedi­ate payment to the undersigned.This the 30lh day of Novem­ber, 2015. BETTY WHITTAKER ANGELL 101 Brantley Farm Road Mocksville, NC 27020 .MARTINiVANHOY1LLP Attorneys at Law 10 Court Square Mocksville, NC 27028 Publish: Dec.10.17,24,31 late of Davle County, North Carolina, hereby notifies all per­ sons having claims against said Estate to present them to John R. Parkinson, Jr., 4622 Coun­try Club Road, Suite 270, Win­ ston-Salem, NC 27104 on or be­ fore the IOth day of March, 2016, or this Notice will be pleaded In bar of recovery. AU parsons In­debted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned at the above-deslg- . nated address.This the 10th day of Decem­ber. 2015. JOHN R. PERKINSON, JR., UMITEO PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE THE ESTATE OF MARY JUNE PRICKER, DECEASED John R. Perklnson, Jr., Esq. PERKINSON LAW, PLLC 4622 Country Club Road, Suite 270 Winston-Salem, NC 27104 336-794-6020 336-794-6015 (fax) Publish: Dec.10,17,24,31 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICETO CREDITORS Having qualified as Execu­tor of the Estate of TOM RICKY HUNT, deceased, late of Davle County, North Carolina, the Ex­ecutor, Sortya Hunt McCrary, hereby notifies all persons hav­ ing claims against said Estate to present them to her at 1845 Junction Road. Mocksville, NC 27028, on or before the IOUi day of March, 2018, or this Nollce will be pleaded In bar of recovery. AU persons Indebted to said Estate will please make Immediate pay­ment to Ihe undersigned.This the IOth day of Decem­ber, 2015. SenyaHuntMcCrary, ExecuterettheEalale 1845 JunclionRoad Mocksville, NC 27026 Publlsh:Dee.iO,i7,24,3i North Carolina, the undersigned the best of the knowledge and JORDAN LAW OFFICES, £ A. does hereby notify all persons, belief of Ihe undersigned, the 4509-204 Creedmoor Road current owners of the property are Ezra Brooks Wlklns and Darlene W. Wilkins. This prop­erty Is not subject to notices required by N.C.G.S. 45-100- NORTH CAROUNA OAVIE COUNTY PERSONALREPRESENTATIVE’S NOTICEHaving qualified as Personal Representative of the Estate of ROBERT CLAUDE BOGER. deceased, late of Davle County, North Carolina, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the' 26th day of February, 2016, said date being at least three months from the date of first publication of this notice, or this notice will be pleaded In bar of Ihelr recov­ ery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immedi­ate payment to the undersigned.This 26th day of November, 2015. the same being the first . publication date. LARRY R. WATTS, NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS HAVING QUALIFIED as Co-Executors of the Estate of WILUS LAWRENCE RIDDLE, late of Davle County, this 13 to notify all persons. Rrms and cor­porations having claims against said Estate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before March 10, 2016, (being three (3) months from Ihe first day of publication of this notice) or this notice will be pleaded In. bar of Ihelr recovery. AU per­ sons, firms and corporations In­ debted to said Estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned.This the IOth day of Decem­ber, 2015. CHARLES VANCE RIDDLE 502 Griffith Road Advance. NC 27006 BARRY GENE RIDDLE 503. Griffith Road Advance, NC 27006MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP AttorneysatLaw. IOCourtSquare Mocksville, NC 27026 .. Publish: Dec.10,17,24,31 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION BEFORE THE CLERK 15 E 406 NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn Iho Matter of the Estata ol Mary June Pricker, Oeceasetf Eetateef ROBERT CLAUDE BOGER Grady L. McCIsmrock, Jr,, NORTHCAROLfNA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORSHaving qualified as Execu­ tor of Ihe Estate of PAULINE GALES ATHEY RIDENHOUR, . (a/k/a Pauline Gales Rldenhour), deceased, late of Davle County. North Carolina, the Executor, Linda Gale Spry, hereby notifies all persons having claims against said Estate to present them to her si 4013 Mooresville Road, Sails-. bury, NC 26147, on or before Ihe IOth day of March, 2016, or this Notice will be pleaded In bar of. recovery. AU persons Indebted to said Estate will please make Immediate payment to the under-. signed. This the IOth day of Decem­ber. 2015.Unda Gale Spry Execufor ot the Estate 4013 Mooresvllle Road Salisbury, NC 28147 Publish: Dec.10,17,24,31 NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORSHAVING QUALIFIED as Ad- ' mlnlstrator of the Estate of DA- VID JOSEPH FERRARO, SR., late of Davle County, this Is to notify all persons, firms and cor­porations having claims against said Estate to present written claim to the undersigned on or before March 17. 2016, (being three [3] months from the first day of publication of this notice) or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. AU per­sons, firms and corporations In­debted to said Estate will please make Immediate payment to the. undersigned. Thl3 the 17th day of Decem­ ber. 2015.Sandera Haate Ferraro, . AdmInIatratoreftheEatate 724 Pudding Rldge Road Mocksville, NC 27028Publish; Dec.17,24,31,Jan.7 NORTH CAROUNA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORSHaving qualified as Execu­trix of the Estate of Robert V. Sisk, Jr., late of Oavle County Rrms and corporations having claims against the estate of said decedent to exhibit them to the undersigned at Darren S. Cran- fill, Attorney at Law, PLLC, 2625 Neudorf Road, Suite 500, Clem­ mons, North Carolina 27012, on or before the 25lh day of March, 2016, or this notice will be plead­ed In bar of their recovery, AU persons, firms and corporations indebted to the said estate will please make Immediate pay­ment to the undersigned. This the 9th day of December, 2015. Jeaale S. Slak, Executrix of the Eatate of Robert V. Slak, Jr. c/o Darren S. Cranflll Attorney at Law, PLLC2625 Neudorf Road, Suite SOO Clemmons, NC 27012 Publish: Dec.l7,24,31,Jan.7 NORTHCAROUNA DAVlE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORSHaving qualified as Adminis­ trator of the Estate of JACKIE M. SOOTS, late of Davle County, North Carolina, tha undersigned does hereby notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against the eslate of said . decedent to exhibit them to tha Administrator, undersigned, on or before the 25lh day of March, . 2016, or this notice will be plead­ ed In bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and corporations indebted to the said estate will please make Immediate pay­ment to the undersigned. This Ihe 17th day of Decem­ ber. 2015. Cynthia S. McDaniel, AdmInIatratereftheEatate ofJaekle M. Soota 176 Bean fid. Mocksville, NC 27028 Publish: Dec.17,24,31,Jan.7 . STATE OFNORTH CAROUNA COUNTY OF DAVIE IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION BEFORE THE CLERK 15 SP 262 AMiNDiDNOTICE OiTROSTEES SAU OF REAl ESTATE A deposit of . five percent (5%) of the bid, or Seven Hun­ dred Fifty Oollara ($750.00), whichever Is greater, will be Raleigh, NC 27612 Telephone: 819-847-3740 scb@Jordanlaw.com • EXHIBIT “A" . TRACT! BEGINNING at a slake1 In the edge of the old Huntsville road, funs S. 39 E. With old road 6.00. Thenca S 32 E. With old road 2.00 to a stake required at the time of the on Ihe West side of High- safe and must be tendered way 848. Thence N. 9 E. vyllh IN THE MATTER OF: The Foreclosure of a Deed . of Trust executed by EZRA BROOKS WILKINS, and DARLENE W. WILKINS, To WALTER G. ROGERS, In the form of certified funds. Following the expiration of Ihe statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts will be immediately due and owing. The successful bidder shall tender the full balance of the purchase price, In cash or cer­tified check when the trustee tenders, or attempts to tender, the deedforthe property. Ifthe successful bidder Ihen IaHs to pay the balance of the pur­ chase price, he shall remain liable on his bid as provided by N.C.G.S. 45.21.30(d) and (e). Thissalewlllbehefdopen ten (10) days for upset bids as required by law. Third party purchasers must pay the ex­cise tax, pursuant to N.C.G.S. 105-228.30, In the amount of One Dollar ($1.00) per each Five Hundred Dollars ($500) or fractional part thereof, and the Clerk of Courts fee, pur­suant to N.C.G.S. 7A-308, In Ihe amount of Forty-five Cents (.45) per each One Hundred Dollars ($100) or fractional part thereof or Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00), whichever is greater. If the trustee Is unable to convey title to this property for. . any reason, the sole remedy of the purchaser is the return of the deposit. Reasons of .such Hhode Long lands. See Inability to convey Include, but TRACT IV; I. are not limited to. the filing of BEGINNING atastonejona bankruptcy petition prior to ,b0E8st side of State Highway, the confirmation.of the safe #158’ Saln’s corner, running;, and reinstatement of the loan d09s- E 3.28 chs. Toj an ' without knowledge of the trust- ^r00, thence N. 43 deg. E 3.00 ee. Ifthevalldltyofthesale ls chs- ,0 an lfon' ^ence aj.69.;challenged by any party, the degs. E 1.20 chs. to an Iron; . trustee, In their sole discretion, Ihence N. 32 degs. E 8,35 chs. if they believe the challenge to ,0 6 s,flke cornef ol Lot #2;have merit, may request the -Mience N. 85 degs. W. 10.10 court, to declare the sale to ' cbs‘ *° a slake on E. side of said Highway 8.00 to a slake, ■hence S. 76 W. 5.00 to the. beginning, containing 2 acres. TRACT Il I BEGINNING as Iron stake In old road, runs W. 48 w with ofd road 4.35 to a slake, thence South 77 East 7.98 to a stake on west side of highway #48. thence Southward with said highway 34 links to an Iron, thence South 78 W. 5.00 to the . beginning, containing 3 acres more or less. I TRACT III: I BEGINNING at Whitaker's comer on E. side of public road; thence S ..7 degs. W. 7.88 chs. to Lee Whitaker's comer; thence S. 85 deg. E. 7.50 chs. to Lee Whitaker ind John Foster’s comer, thence S, 2.50 chs., to a stone; thence S. 42 degs. E. 2.10 chs. To a stone; thence S..18 degs. jw. 2.10 chs. to a stone at the road, Corbitt Long’s comer, thence N. 85 degs. W. 12.22 chsj to an iron stake. Corbetts Long's comer at the road; thence N, 10 degs. E. 3.81 chs. to a " stone at the road; thencej N.25 degs. E 11.00 chs. to the beginning corner, at the rojad,. containing eight and one-third (8 1/3) acres, being Lot #3 the Division of the G.H. Ind e Ptat- recorded in Book 767, at Page 189, end re-recorded In Book 768, Page 586, DavIeCountyRegIstry. Pursuant to a power-of sals contained In. a Deed of Trust executed by Ezra. Brooks Wlikfns and Darlene W. Wilkins to Walter G, Rog­ ers, Trustee, dated August I,2008 and recorded on August 4, 2008 at 4:05 p.m. In Book 767, Page 189, and re-record­ edonAugusl19,2008 at 12:06 p.m. In Book 768, Page 585, Davie County Registry, Sarah C. Blount having been substi­ tuted as trustee by Instrument recorded In Book 1000, Page 996, Davie County Registry, 2 !Tl"?°"u"M .....» ■mvlngd.m.ndM fc.So” ,? J * " * S" ' S S S S rSEUS m5Tb S m " . speclive purchasers are urged the real property described In • e . 'Exhibit "A" attached hereto, . SPecla) Notlfifl. On lnfor- Includlng any Improvements and belle, ,he property thereon. The address of the I? ? sold maV be subject to property Is Highway 158, . ™0chantcs a^d Materialman's•............... -claims of lien which may be superior to the Interest In the properly being foreclosed and be void and return the depos- ; it. The purchaser wfjl have no further remedy. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: An order for possession of the ; properly may be Issued pursu: ant to G.S. 45-21.29 In favor of the purchaser and against the . party or parties In possession by the clerk of superior court of the county in which the proper­ ly is sold. Any person who oc­ cupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or renewed on or after August I, 2008 may, after re­ ceiving the notice of the sale, terminate the rental agreement upon 10 days' written notice to the landlord. This notice shall also slate that upon termina­tion of a rental agreement that tenant is liable for rent due un­der the rental agreement pro­ rated to the effective date at the termination. Special Notice In tho cucni that tax liens attach to this Mocksville, N.C. 27028. Highway, thence S. 6 deg. V with Highway 7.72 chs. to it beginning, containing 65 acres more or less, being Ic #1 In division ov the.lands of Gladys Long, Corbitt Long And .. ComleLong, recorded In Book . P. Office of Reglste of Deeds for Davie County. Save and except for the Iol-... lowing conveyances and any. other out conveyances of re-' -.cord. (1) Tract conveyed to William H. Daniel, JR.. et. ux. In Deed Book 49, page 561 (2) . Tract conveyed to James E. Speaks, et. ux In. Deed Book 49, page 562; (3) 1 1/4 acres con­ veyed to Fred C. Wall. et. u>, In •:' Deed Book 50, page 240; (4) 0.25acresconve;<ed In J.J. Baker In Deed Book £4, page 111; (5) 1/4 acre conveyed to William L. Mullls. Jr., et. ux, in-.- Deed Book 59, page 484; (6) 0.08 acres convened to Roy A. Wall et. ux, In D ed , Book 72, page 258; - (7) - 4.533 sq. ft. to Wil­ liam L. Mullls, et. ux. In DSed Book 78, page591; T ' (8) . 0.5 acres to SaIah-. Jane Whitaker In Deed Book 118, page 601; I (9) 0.244acrestoSa-ah Jane Whitaker In Deed Book 119, page 74; • (10) 0,475 acres, io Ed­ ward C. Bamhardt, et. ux In Deed Book 126, page 435-(11) — fai. Republic Services would like f t f t to wish everyone a Safe and f t 4" f t f t . . 1.095 acres to W.C. S K S S S i F s °” d B” k" 6- a P - W ' ' 021 ” WHERE IS. There are cord. Prospective purchasers (12) 0.557 acres to E. ward C. Bamhardt. et. al I Deed Book 160, page 396; (13) .-. 1.180 acres to Oak . Grove United Methdd- ist Church In Deed Book 161, f t f t f t eason. VVe will not pick up trash or recycle on m.aaj.ubf.ct ,0 a„ prtor ti.™. Sub..quln,.y a hrghS J prf^ J y .................... - . veyed to Furches Enterprises,• This the .1st day of Decern- • Inc: In Deed Book 161, pAge unpaid taxes, special assess­ ments, land transfer taxes. If any, easements, conditions, covenants, restrictions and all encumbrances of record. To Friday, December 25. It will be picked up ^ Saturday, December 26. Allpickup theweekof f t f t New Year’s will remain on regular schedule. 4 : f t . f tf t f t REPUBLIC SERVICES f tAs always, have them J: out the night before y* and we will pick up f t on schedule. Thank You. NOTICE TO A U INTERESTED PARTIES HUR HOUSING COMPLIANCE TOWN OF MOCKSVILLE _ As a recipient of a Small Cities Community Development Block Grant for Economic Development, the Town of Mocks­ ville has developed a recipient Plan to Further Fair Housing which Includes a Complaint Procedure for the purpose of i t ceivlng and responding to complaints generated as a result of perceived violations of the State Fair Housing Act and Title Vlll of the Civil Rights Act of 1968-The Town's Fair Housing Plan, Complaint Procedures and Information and literature on FaJr Housing are available for inspection during regular working hours, Monday through FridayatTown Hall at 171 S Clement Street In Mocksville. For further Information, contact the Mocksville Town Manager at 336-753-6071, or through the State of North Carolina TDD Number. 1-800-735-2962 for hearing Impaired citizens. PUBLISHiDEC. 17 . (16) . l.216acrestoSarah Jane Whitaker In Deed Book 162; page 5; and (17) 0.343acrestoAdam Gerald Baker In Deed Book 162, page 157, Davle County Registry. Subject, to easements and restrictions of record. I For back title, see Dbed . Book 37, page 86; Deed B ^v 38, page 413; Oeed Book page 26 and Deed Book page 298; Davle County lstry. See also Tax Map Pel 133, located In Mocks­ ville Township, Davle County. North Carolina. Note: See Estate of Llrcy Baker Whitaker (died 1989) in Hstete Rle 89-E-42 located In Office of the ,qierk of Superior Court In Davle County, North ■ Carolina. ; . Publish: Dec. 10,17 DAVIE CO. EN TERPRtSE-RECORD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17,2015 • 5D DAVIE-CLEMMONS Call us M onday-Frtday 8-5 D e a d lin e to h a v e y o u r c la s s ifie d a d in th e n e x t is s u e Tuesday 2:30 P.M. Email: ciassads@ salisburypost.com OR place your ad online at: Salisburypost.com and click ‘Place C IassifiedA d I P f r e e 1-877-751-2120 o r 704-797-4220 Didn t get a paper? 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Reading teachers, the importance of read- Mrs. Riddle and Mrs. Shep- ing and writing took place, herd for their help.Abi and Cesia Bernardino with big brother Uriel Bernardino and Mom, Anna Pedroza Master Storyteller On The Week Before Christmas “Twas the Week Before from a selection of books Christmas" and students at that included A Cowboy I Comatzer Elementary got a Night Before Christmas, ! treat. The Redneck Night Before Master storyteller, Ken Christmas, A North CaroIi- Reichert, dropped by to en- na Night Before Christmas, tertain with his readings of A Cajun Night After Christ- “The Night Before Christ- mas, and A Pirate’s Night I mas” series of books. Stu- Before Christmas. I dents learned that there are “We are extremely ap- I 892 versions the popular preciative of Mr. Reichert rhyming story. taking the time to come and Reichert, a retired princi- share his story reading tal- i-^u j .. ., .. _ pal from the Winston-Salem ents with us. “ said SusanFourth graders Marshall Whitney with storyteller Ken Reichert.and Ja'Niah Jamison and Carlos school system, entertained Riddle,. Comatzcr reading Calderon. a [l grade jeve|s reading teacher. 2015 Christmas Services H1Irst United Methodist Church ' 305 North Main Street, Mocksville You are cordially invited to the Eighty FirstAnnual Candlelight Concerts presented by the Chancel Choir Three Identical Services • 5:00 p.in., Sunday ,Dec. 20 • 7:30 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 20's. 7:30 pm ., Monday, Dec. 21 Nursery Care Provided Christmas Eve Services Dec. 24th at 4:00 p.m . & 11:00 p.m . ^Carols, Readings, Communion & Candlelight Service, and Special Music. 4 There are no batteries in these toys from the 1930s. Old... Continued From Page Dl demonstration of how to A highlight of the poke take the stick of candy, “get story was the hands-on your mother or father to cut a hole in the top of the or­ ange,” and use it as a straw to suck the juice of the or­ ange. Byerly emphasized that to understand Christmas in old Cooleemee was to remem­ ber that the holiday was about the story of the birth of baby Jesus. Then, she asked the children to stand, gather around the piano and help her sing two tradition Bonnie Byerly teach- carols, “Away in a Manger" es the students about and “Silent Night.” Cooleemee history. By 1^ n . it w^s time to get back into their little coats and leave the warm Zach­ ary House for school. Each student received their own poke with nuts, an orange and a stick of candy. “We Wish You a Merry Christ­ mas” rang out. “The only traditions that survive are the ones that are passed on," says Discover­ ing Our Heritage coordina­ tor Donna Henderson, a re­ tired teacher at Cooleemee School. "This takes a lot of volunteer effort, but these kids lessons are the best thing our history association does.” This Season, experience the magic ^ of broadband... ✓ H rcc Months of M e * ✓ FasterInternetSpeeds 9 / Improved Multiple Device Performance Y adtelATelecam " ro for details Community Spirit Mocksville Rotary Doing Its Part To Help Others Page Cl “Merry Christmas DAVIE C O U N T Y IT ENTERPRI/ENRECORD 'uU SPS 149-160 N um ber 51 T hurS day,iD ec^g,4r201 PAGES JiuM w i I* =SSSf-T- tns It’s Beginning Io LookA Lot Like ... Al! a c ro ss D avie C ounty, folks a re d ecorating for C hristm as. S o m e put sim ple w reath s on th e do o rs an d c an ­ dles in th e w indow s. O th e rs u se a m ore ,traditional m a n g e r sc e n e . Still o th e rs go ail out, stringing lights every­ w h ere th e y ca n go. E nterprise R ecord p h o to g ra p h e r R obin S now ca p tu re d this im age on a rec e n t night. S e e m ore of her irftages on p a g e 6. Races Develop For Local Offices The filing period is over, and with a March primary, it won’t be long before those political signs start dotting the roadside. In local Davie races, only Republicans filed for office. For the four seats on the Davie Board of Education, in­ cumbents Wendy Home and Paul Drechsler are being chal­ lenged by Dwight Goodman, Terry Lee Hales Sr., W.G. Potts and Richard Victor Carter Jr. Incumbents Steve Ridenhour and Carol Livengood did not seek re-election. Incumbent county com­ missioners Mark Jones, Terry Renegar and Richard Poin­ dexter are being challenged by Charles Odell Williams. Three Please See Vote - Page 4 Mayor: Hospital Fueling Progress In Bermuda Run By Jim Buice Enterprise Record BERMUDA RUN - After being sworn in as mayor in last Tuesday night’s town council meeting for his third term, Ken Rethmeier was ready to talk about the new year but pro­ ceeded to look beyond. “As we look into 2016, and I was reminded this morning at the board of directors meeting at Davie Medical Center that in 2017 there will be a dramatic change to the character of this town,” he said. “We will have 50 brand new inpatient beds, and we aren’t going to be a branch of the Winston-Salem facility. This will be its own in­ dependent facility and will be a center of medical of excellence in acute care for the elderly, ophthalmology and in partic­ ular orthopaedic surgery with joint replacement.” Rethmeier received the oath of office along with council members John Gugliemi, who was also re-appointed as mayor pro tern, and Jerry West. Judge Jimmy Myers administered the oaths to the mayor and council members. "The last four years have been truly remarkable in terms of what this council has been able to accomplish,” Reth- meier said. “I want to sincere­ ly thank each of you for your dedication and commitment to the principles that the town fol­ lows, the vision we have set for the town and more importantly the character and identity we want to create - the village get­ away environment that is a real great place for people to live, play and work.” Gugliemi said that one of his goals going forward would be to have sidewalks in the old part of Bermuda Run, if funds are available for projects, and to make Bermuda Run “the best town in North Carolina." Others agreed on that point along with the benefits of a co­ hesive council and the past ac­ complishments. That includes the round­ about on U.S. 158 entering Bermuda Run from Clemmons. After many years of planning, delays, increases in cost and fi­ nally the start of work on the project earlier in 2015, it’s now basically done. “We are completing the fi­ nal phases of the roundabout project,” Rollins said in last week’s meeting. “They will be­ gin installing all of the remain­ ing landscaping and sod for the area, and there will be a final walkthrough on Dec. 15. “The lion's share of that project will be complete. And then the town agreement was to begin taking over the main­ tenance and the landscaping around the area.” The idea to add the round­ about was introduced as a traffic-calming device at the increasingly busy intersection of US 158 at Bermuda Run Drive and Twin’s Way Drive. As the process plodded along. Please See BR - Page 4 I One Fast Mouse Y es, th a t’s a C h ristm as m o u se (D ebra B arron) pushing a d e co ra ted shopping cart. A ctually, it's p art of C o o lee m ee E lem entary's holiday celebration, a s staff m em b ers race th e “mini b e d s” in a com petition for a trophy an d to th e delight of th e stu d en ts. For a n article an d m ore p h otos, p le a se turn to p a g e C 4. - P hoto by KC Sm ith 689076382120 2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 24,2015 Editorial Page The Birth IbeDAILYSIGNALDotbyKlnflrMhifes S o tW iN G 1. M d SOMtTHiUG foR 'fcU ! AWw...yoU SHOULDN’T have In The Mail... Of Jesus In those days Caesar Augustus issued a decree that a census should be taken of the entire Roman world. (This was the first census that took place while Quirinius was governor of Syria.) And everyone went to his own town to register. So Joseph also went up from the town of Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, to Bethlehem the town of David, because he belonged to the house and line of David. He went there to register with Mary, who was pledged to be married to him and was expecting a child. While they were there, the time came for the baby to. be bom, and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn. And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their flocks at night. An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been bom to you; he is Christ the Lord. This will be a sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in cloths and lying in a manger." Suddenly a great company of the heavenly host appeared with the angel, praising God and saying, "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace to men on whom his favor rests.” When the angels had left them and gone into heaven, the shepherds said to one another, "Let's go to Bethlehem and see this thing that has happened, which the Lord has told us about.” So they hurried off and found Mary and Joseph, and the baby, who was lying in the manger. When they had seen him, they spread the word concern­ ing what had been told them about this child, and all who heard it were amazed at what the shepherds said to them. But Mary treasured up all these things and pondered them in her heart. The shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God for all the things they had heard and seen, which were just as they had been told. On the eighth day, when it was time-to circumcise him, he was named Jesus, the name the angel had given him before he had been conceived. When the time of their purification according to the Law of Moses had been completed, Joseph and Mary took him to Jerusalem to present him to the Lord (as it is written in the Law of the Lord, "Every firstborn male is to be conse­ crated to the Lord”, and to offer a sacrifice in keeping with what is said in the Law of the Lord: “a pair of doves or two young pigeons.” Now there was a man in Jemsalem called Simeon, who was righteous and devout. He was waiting for the conso­ lation of Israel, and the' Holy Spirit was upon him. It had been revealed to him by the Holy Spirit that he would not die before he had seen the Lord’s Christ. Moved by the Spirit, he went into the temple courts. When the parents brought in the child Jesus to do for him what the custom of the Law required, Simeon took him in his arms and praised God, saying: "Sovereign Lord, as you have promised, you now dis­ miss your servant in peace. For my eyes have seen your salvation, which you have prepared in the sight of all peo­ ple, a light for revelation to the Gentiles and for glory to your people Israel.” The child’s father and mother marveled at what was said about him. Then Simeon blessed them and said to Mary, his mother: “This child is destined to cause the falling and rising of many in Israel, and to be a sign that will be spo­ ken against, so that the thoughts of many hearts will be revealed. And a sword will pierce your own soul too.” There was also a prophetess, Anna, the daughter of Pha- nuel.of the tribe of Asher. She was very old; she had lived with her husband seven years after her marriage, and then was a widow until she was eighty-four. She never left the temple but worshiped night and day, fasting and praying. Coming up to them at that very moment, she gave thanks to God and spoke about the child to all who were looking forward to the redemption of Jerusalem. When Joseph and Mary had done everything required by the Law of the Lord, they returned to Galilee to their own town of Nazareth. And the child grew and became strong; he was filled with wisdom, and the grace of God was upon him. DAVIB C O U N TY EN TER PR I/^EC O R D USRS149-160 171 S. Main St., P.O. Box 99. Mocksville. NC 27026 (336)751-2120 Published weekly by Salisbury NewsmetSa LLC Owight Sparks..........................Editor/PublisherRobin Snow..............................General Manager Mlke Bamhardt.........................Managing EditorRay 'Hrtterow............................Advertising Direclor Brian Pitts.................................Sports Editor Mocksvltte Enterprise Davie Record Cooleemee Journal 1916-1958 1899-19S8 1901-1971 Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy, SO Cents $26.69 Per Year In NC; $32.03 outside N.C. POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to: Davie County Enterprise Record P.O. Box 99. Mocksville, NC 27028 Former DA Gets To the editor: Unfortunately, bribes, corruption and unlawful collusion in political circles don’t come as a surprise anymore. Even white collar crime seems to be accepted as just something that happens. What is even worse than these betrayals of public trust is the way such guilty individuals get treated with less pun­ ishment or type of punishment, than those who are poor, mentally unstable or who don’t have the political connec­ tions or wealth to temper if not escape fair accountability. A case in point is the recent conviction of Wendy Terry, a ^ocal assistant district attorney, of felony charges regarding the offering a bribe. Should you or I be found guilty of such action(s) with regard to our job, we would be summarily dismissed and possible facing criminal or civil charges. . However,'within the legal system of our county/state, fel­ onies or professional indiscretions seem to be overlooked with the result being, should the transgressions reach the public eye, a slap on the hand or minimum penally. To the editor: What is your first memory of Christmas? Mine is going to church on Christmas Eve and saying a speech. Then the adult choir had our Christmas Eve service with the Nativity and “What Child is this?” sung by my brother, the choir director. And then it was off to the fel­ lowship hall (except we .called it the basement then) where Santa came by. And he knew all our names and if we had been naughty or nice. We got presents from the Sunday School and from friends and sometimes a mysterious gift from... who knew? Then we all • each one of us - got a poke full of fruits and nuts and candy. Every single person got one. As we left church, I always hoped snow would be fall- Broughton Mission Again Successful To the editor A big thank you goes to everyone who helped with our Broughton Hospital Christmas mission. It could not have been a success without the help of our volunteers who made the trip to Broughton to put the gifts together and wrap them so the patients could have a merry Christmas. A big thank you also to the people who donated the gifts that made this happen. We look forward to next year when we can build on this mission and continue to help those in need. God bless. Phyllis Nichols Mocksville A Sweet Deal We hold the public to a standard such that they will reap severe penalties should they commit felonies or betray the public trust. Yet, the way our legal system demonstrates, those within the legal system who are found guilty of cor­ ruption or indiscretions get treated with privilege. Those of us who face the wrath of a legal system making us account­ able, see a legal system which protects or lessens the pen­ alty on those elected or appointed to uphold the integrity of the same legal system. Whit a great example to the fellow citizens as to the double standards within the legal system. Wendy Tsrry was given a sweet deal. Even then she ini­ tially refused to answer the court’s questions until she real­ ized she might not get her sweet deal. I urge readers to write to the NC Law Board and express their displeasure. When the legal system seeks to protect those so employed despite their egregious behavior, it is time for the public outcry to demand accountability. David Carroll Mocksville ing but, usually this was not the case. Most of the time the weather was cold, but no snow. Then we went home with everyone there for Christmas supper. Ham and turkey and all kinds of sides. And the desserts. Cake and pie and always something made with Jeli-O and fruit cocktail. As the adults sat around talking, we could stand it no longer. Gifts. Presents. We always got good stuff, always. Finally, my brothers and sister and their families gath­ ered up all their stuff and went on their way to their homes. Grandma lived with us then and I had to sleep with her. One last look at the tree and I climbed in bed. Grandma always said “Keep your cold feet off me.” Next morning, wow. Stuff. A doll with clothes. One year a record player and a record, Ernie Foid singing 16 lbns. (That was the same year my mean, awfui cousin broke my Emic Ford record because he didn’t like it. I have never liked him since then and I am now 69 years old.). And, one year, a cowgirl outfit with cap guns and a real imitation leather vest. And, when I was older, my bicycle. That was a really good Christmas. Some folks say as one moves on in years, Chrjstmas magic goes away. I feel sorry for those folks. Christmas magic is always here. The smile of an old friend come to call. The groaning board as Dickens called it, the happy faces of children gathered round to hear the Story. The Story. The real reason for all this love and happiness and, yes, magic. What a wonder it was so long ago. What a wonder it still is, today. Merry Oiristmas to us all. And God bless us, every one. Sandra Vance Mocksville Letters Welcome The Enterprise Record welcomes letters froraits' ■? readers on topics of local, state, national or interne-’ Uonal issues. An effort will be made to print all let-v1 ters, provided they are not Ubelous;1 vdgaroriripo&r’S taste. The editor reserves the dght to pdrf Ietters forM grammar and for space >. rd AU letters should include the name and address of; v the wn ter, including a signature < A telephone number,-'' not to be published, is also requested. Please have:vl letters in the newspaper office no Uter tbari'4 p.m'* Monday of the week to be published; Davie Enterprise Record P.O. Box, 99, MocksviUe,davie3@f - century link Ji et. ’ ^ Some First Memories Of Christmas DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 24,2015 • 3 Eddie Leagans In 4-H Hall Of Fame By Phil Rucker NC Extension Agent It’s always nice to see someone’s hard work earn some recognition. A hard-working Davie resident who never asked for pats on the back has finally been recognized for his many years of serving others! Earlier this year, Eddie LeagansofMocksvilIewas inducted into the presti­ gious Ncuth Carolina 4-H Hall of Fame. Member­ ship is limited making this honor even more special. Leagans’ association with 4-H spans more than 50 years; starting as a young 4-Her showing dairy cows, then as a Forsyth County 4-H Extension Agent and in retirement as a 4-H advocate, financial contributor and volunteer. His most significant con­ tribution was the positive impact he had on so many of his 4-Hers’ development and who they became as adults. He showed leader­ ship, responsibility and the importance of having a sense of humor. As a 4-H Agent, he was a pioneer, innovator and leader. He impacted thousands of young 4-Hers in their personal development and ultimately the success­ ful adults they became. Many of those 4-Hers are now veterinarians, college professors, physicians, trainers, teachers, success­ ful business professionals and 4-H volunteers, as well as outstanding parents. More than 200 of his 4-Hers were named state and/or national winners in all phases of the 4-H program. The criteria used to qualify inductees is based on past and present dedica­ tion and service to 4-H as well as the community and state. A few of his accom­ plishments: The first Davie County youth to be tapped into the NC 4-H Honor Chib; National 4-H Agents Distinguished Service Award; President of NC 4-H Agents Assoc.; five time state winner of the 4-H Search for Excellence from NC Agriculture Agents; Davie Co. CES Volunteer of the Year award. He pioneered one of the first county horse programs involving 60-80 youth. He was a member of the state 4-H horse advisoiy board in its formative years. He served IO years on the man­ agement committee of the Eastern National 4-H Horse Round-up in Louisville Ky. He provided leadership to the state horse show, horse bowl, horse judging and many other youth events. In retirement he con­ tinues to support 4-H financially through the scholarship in his name, as a volunteer and as president of the Davie County Farm Bureau which contributes to the support of several Staying Warm Coalition For People In Need Wraps Up Blanket Campaign Just in time for Christ­ mas, the Davie County Co­ alition for People in Need recently wrapped up anoth­ er successful Keep People Warm Campaign for winter. Hundreds of blankets and seasonal clothing were donated to help keep peo^ pie warm in what has been predicted to be a frigid and blusteiy season. The coalition was origi­ nally formed by Linda Bar­ nette and Lisa Nielson. “I have always felt a strong need to help the homeless os it was a call from God,” said Barnette, who taught school for many years in Davie County but is retired. She is also a “great believer in social justice.” The group recently expanded the breadth of service to include the im­ poverished as well as the homeless in Davie County. With a master's degree in ministry, Stephanie Dean is a nurse and facilitator for the group. “The mission of the group is not much dif­ ferent, but a name change was necessary to represent a larger group of people in need." Dean assumed respon­ sibility as the facilitator after realizing she could help with collection drives. “The kudos go to coalition members whose personal commitment to the needy continues to be demon­ strated.” Dean said. The faith based coalition is a an alliance of individuals who are dedicated to identifying and meeting the needs of the impoverished and homeless who live in Davie county. AU donations are deliv­ ered to A Storehouse for Je­ sus in Mocksville, an agen­ cy that services individuals and works with other agen­ cies to meet the needs of a growing population of peo­ ple living in poverty. “Personally, I find more joy in giving than receiv­ ing. I’ve come to see how every person including my­ self is uniquely equipped, either through divine design or personal experience, to give something back to our community. The Bible com- Charisma had trouble with life at Humane Society of Davie Pet AdoptionCen- ter. She was nervous and stressed. She hid from the other cats and was much ' more comfortable when allowed to roam the lobby/ conference room after hours. Charisma's severe anxiety made her unhappy. Luckily, Charisma met a volunteer named Casey. Casey said: "When I first started volunteer­ ing, I could see Charisma had a lot of anxiety being around the other cats. I would spend time with her whenever I could hoping someone could see how wonderful she was under that tense and scared body language." Not long after meet­ ing Charisma, Casey felt a . strong connection. She was curious and wanted to see how Charisma would do in a home with just one other cat. 'I decided I should foster her for a while so 4-H programs. He also vol- Not limiting his efforts unteers to help at Farm Ani- tojust4-H,hehasbeen mal Day; providing animals president of the Davie and educational programs. County Farm Bureau for For many children, this is their only exposure to live farm animals and other agriculture programs. He attends 4-H events to show support and lend a hand. He also supports the annual Davie County 4-H Golf Tournament where proceeds go to scholarships for deserving 4-Hers. As a testament to his contributions. The Edward H. Leagans 4-H Equine the last eight years and six . years ago under his leader­ ship, they began donating $3,000 annually to fund 4-H programs including 4-H livestock show, 4-H junior master gardener camps. Farm to Table and Child Nutrition programs. He is a member and Past President of NC Forage and Grassland Council, . President of Davie Cattle­ men’s Association for the of the State Cattlemen’s Scholarehip was established past eight years, member by 4-H volunteers, sup­ porters, and former 4-Here in 2004. The scholarship is awarded annually to a Board, and locat MsIunteer Association Board, member Fire Department Board. of the NC Angus Asso­ ciation Board, member of graduating senior 4-Her and the Extension Advisory continues to be financially supported by Leagans. Leadership System, County Voluntary Ag District He is also a speaker at the county commission meetings where he has been a positive voice for 4-H and agriculture in general. mands us to help the needy. We live in a very prosper­ ous society, yet poverty and homelessness are still tragic realities. I’m just doing my part," Dean said. Planning for spring 2016, Dean will facili­ tate the “Keep People Fed Campaign." The weekend for food donations will be the week before Easter on Thursday, Friday and Sat­ urday, March 17,18 and 19. Donation sites will be an­ nounced closer to the dates. “I believe the Keep Peo­ ple Warm and Keep People Fed Campaigns are two great ways we can work together as a community to help the impoverished or homeless people living in our county,” Dean said. “The effort and donation need not be great as when we come together, our ef­ forts and donations become huge and have a great im­ pact.” Tb become a member of the coalition, go to Face- book and search Davie County Coalition for People in Need. j u r y j t r 'f f j a / j f l ' / j f l ' / 1B W f t Republic Services would like f t to wish everyone a Safe and f t Blessed Holiday Season. f t We will not pick up trash or recycle on "V Friday, December 25. Itwillbepickedup jV Saturday, December 26. Allpickuptheweekof f tA f t ff t A New Year’s will remain on regular schedule Jfy f tAs always, have them Jl out the night before and we will pick up f t on schedule. jty semices Thank You. ^REPUBLIC SERVICES Charisma Finally Gets Her Forever Home Charisma she could get a break from shelter life.” Charisma went to Casey's house for several weeks. She started by keep­ ing Charisma and her cat in separate rooms until they had a chance to get used to the change. They would sniff each other from under the door and communicate. Slowly, Charisma and her brother became good friends and they even eat out of the same bowl. "I guess I foster-failed because I have since ad­ opted her. She has become the queen of the house and loves her new cat brother too." Black cats have the lowest adoption rate and highest euthanasia rate. “At HSDC, we don't believe in black cat super­ stitions. We want to give as maoy dogs and cats second chances as possible, said Carrie DuPre, marketing manager. “We can only continue this mission with the support of generous donors like you.’ A $25 donation pays for vaccinations and flea/dck preventative; $50 buys two large bags of adult cat food; $100 pays for one spay/ neuter surgery. Every dollar donated will be used to continue the mission of finding forever homes for abandoned dogs and cats. Donations can be made at davienchumaneorg or checks can be mailed to 291 Eaton Road, Mocks­ ville. Offering our neighbors world-class care in Bermuda Run Davie Medical Center-Bermuda Run is proud to serve the residents of Davie County and the surrounding area. Our services include: ► 24/7 Emergency Care ► Neurology ► Cardiac Rehab ► Orthopaedics ► Cardiology ► Pharmacy ► Eye Center ► Physical Therapy ► Gastroenterology. ► Pulmonary ► Imaging ► Spine ► Lab Collection Intersection of Hwy 801 N & I-40 (Exit 180) Bermuda Run, NC 27006 To schedule an appointment, call 888-716-WAKE (9253) WakeHealth.edu/Davie W Wake Forest' ' Baptist Health Davie Medical Center A Mission to Care. A Mission to Cure. 4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 24,2015 Vote... Continued From Page I seats will be available. Running unopposed are Brent Shoaf for register of deeds, Julia Howard for N.C. House of Representa­ tives and Andrew Brock for the N.C. Senate. The N.C. Superior Court judgeship now held by Tbd Royster is being sought by four candidates: Jon Wel- bom of Mocksville, Jeffrey Berg of Lexington, Lori Hamilton of Mocksville and David Doherty of Thomas- ville. IRA Charitable Rollover Extended Bill Appelt (left), husband to Marice Appelt, owner of Styled Gatherings, are joined by several Davie County Chamber members at a recent ribbon-cutting ceremony. Woman-Owned Businesses Open The Davie County Cham­ ber of Commerce recently held ribbon cuttings for three new women-owned business in Mocksville. Styled Gatherings at 945 Yadkinville Road is a fash­ ion, gift and party boutique. Owner Marcie Appelt has created a destination for women who want a mix of goods and services for gift­ ing, gatherings and personal wear. Mel’s Mini Donuts is a specialty caterer who serves Davie and surrounding ar­ eas. Owner Melissa Marion serves Lil' Orbits Donuts made before your eyes. Marion is available for par­ ties, corporate events, sport­ ing events and fundraisers. For fundraising events, Lil Orbits’ contributes a portion of proceeds to the organiza­ tion. THRIVE Experience dis­ tributor, Wendy Shoemaker, has a home-based business which is an eight-week lifestyle plan to reach peak physical and mental levels. “We’re excited to wel­ come these new businesses to Davie County and we’re especially pleased to see an increase in women owned businesses,” said Carolyn McManamy1 president of the Davie County Chamber of Commerce. For more information: contact Styled Gathering at 753.1199 or visit Face- book page Styled Gath­ erings; Mel’s Mini Do­ nuts at 793.7183 or email me lsniin idonuts@gmaiI. com; THRIVE Experience at 692.5529 or visit Whw. wendyshoe.le-vel.com. On Friday evening, Pres­ ident Obama signed into law legislation to permanently extend the IRA Charitable Rollover provision, allow­ ing those 70V4 and older to donate as much as $100,000 of IRA account assets going forward each year to non­ profit organizations such as the Davie Community Foundation. These donations will count as part of the IRA owner's required annual payout. Although donors will not receive a tax deduction for this distribution, they will be able to exclude this dis­ tribution from their gross income. Because the exten­ sion applies not only to fu­ ture years, but is retroactive, individuals can take advan­ tage of the Rollover back to Jan. I, 2015, and new gifts for 2015 must be made by Dec. 31. By partnering with the foundation with an IRA Rollover distribution, do­ nors can choose to establish new funds or add to existing ones, such as the Communi­ ty Impact Fund. In the past, donors have utilized chari­ table IRA distributions to establish scholarship funds, church Sc non-profit funds for specific organizations, as well as community funds - unrestricted or communi­ ty funds - area of interest to support local grantmaking. These distributions can be used to support foundation initiatives such as Healthy Davie. Distributions to donor- advised funds do not qualify for the IRA charitable roll­ over. Contact the Davie Com­ munity Foundation to pro­ ceed with any of the above options. It will be open Dec. 21-23, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Dec. 28-30, 9 a.m.-5 pm. and Dec. 31 9 a.m.-2 pm. Jury Only Takes Minutes To Find Man Not Guilty It took a Davie Supe­ rior Court jury minutes last week to find a man not guilty of felony cruelty to animals. Jason Tyrone Millan, 33, and his family lost their home because of the costs associated with Millan’s de­ fense, after he was charged in 2012 when a cat Millan said heowned died, Animal control officer Det. Chris Hemmings had. been on the job three weeks on July 24, 2012, when he responded to call of a pos­ sible injured cat in a culvert in a neighborhood at Pep- perstone Drive off Danner Road in Mocksville. Hemmings and Qfficer Erick Straney were able to get the male striped cat out of the culvert, but the cat was not in good shape, Hemmings said. The leather collar it was wear­ ing was embedded in the skin around the cat’s neck, and its paw was partially through the collar. Hem- mings said, the collar was tight and appeared to have been there quite awhile. He estimated the cat to be around 3 years old and said there was infection in the neck. “It looked like raw meat,” he testified. After speaking with the person who had called about the cat, Hemmings and Straney went to a home at 297 Danner Road, ap­ proximately a mile from where the cat was found. At the home, the officers no­ ticed several cats in a car­ port area and saw bowls of cat food. No one was home, so they left a door hangar requesting information about rabies vaccinations for the cats they saw at the home. They transported the injured cat to the shelter off Eaton Road, where they tranquilized the cat, removed the collar, and at­ tended to the wounds. Un­ fortunately, a week later, after efforts to heal the cat failed, it was put down, Hemmings said. The day after they picked up the cat, July 25, Hem- mings said he and Straney returned to the home, and Jason Millan drove up min­ utes later. “We described the cat to Mr. Millan and he said it did sound like one of his cats, a male tiger-striped cat who had been missing for a couple of days. We told Mr. Millan he needed to go toi the shelter and identify the cat, that we needed to locate the owner so the cat could get the medical attention it needed. Mr. Millan agreed,” Hemmings testified. At the shelter, Millan was shown a cat in a cage and asked if it was his cat. His first response was that he believed it was. To a re­ peated question, he said he guessed the cat was his, and when officers asked him a third time, he said it was his cat. He signed a release form. Millan’s attorney, Julie Parker, asked Hemmings if he remembered telling Millan the cat had possi­ bly been hit by a car, and Hemmings said he did not remember that. She asked him if he asked Millan if he had put the collar on the cat, and Hemmings said he did not ask him that. She asked, “Do you re­ alize your narrative (which Hemmings was referring to during testimony) is almost exactly the same as Officer Straney’s.down to the same typographical errors?" Hemmings said “Yes.” Straney said he recalled seeing five or more cats at Millan's residence and could not recall if any of them were wearing collars. Millan’s wife, Emily, testified she was at the hos­ pital at the time officers first went to their home, and the day they went back, her husband was coming from visiting her at the hospital, where she was recovering from bums to her hand. She said they did not own any cats, but did put out bowls of food for feral cats that roamed the neighbor­ hood. There was a black and gray striped cat one of their daughters was fond of, which they named Smokey. Emily produced a photo of their daughter holding Smokey, which was taken nearly a month after the oth­ er cat had been euthanized. Assistant DA Karen Bi- emacki asked Emily why she had taken the picture. Emily said one night around 10:30, a few weeks after of­ ficers had been to the home for the first time, Jason was reading a bedtime Story to one of their four children when there was a knock at the door. She answered, and officers were there, asking for Jason. She said she was afraid someone in their fam­ ily had been in a wreck, and she called him to the door. Officers told him to step outside, she said, where they handcuffed and arrest­ ed him. Emily said she took the picture to prove their cat, the one Jason thought was the hurt one, was alive and well. “Jason was in college and working 60 hours a week at the time. He bought the cat food, but he only knew of the cats. He didn’t know them apart,” she said. She and her children were the ones who fed the cats, and she said none of them had collars, that they would never put a collar on a cat, especially one they didn’t own. When the family's home was foreclosed on, they had to move to an apartment, and they took three of the cats they could catch to her mother's house. Being in unfamiliar surroundings scared them, she said, and they ran away. In closing arguments, Parker told the jury of seven men and five women, that Millan went willingly to the animal shelter because officers told him he had to identify the cat so it could get proper medical atten­ tion. He only signed the form, but everything else on it, including the word “Owner” was filled out by Officer Straney. “The state is putting you in a position asking you to treat that little form as a confession by my client that he is the owner and is re­ sponsible for that cat. They told him, ‘We need you to come to the shelter to ID the cat so it can get proper attention.’ What would any reasonable person do? What would you expect a person to do? “So he goes to the shel­ ter and looks to see if it's his cat. No one mentioned a collar to Jason, and he was never even asked ‘Did your cat have a collar? Can you describe the collar?’ Noth­ ing was said about this col­ lar when they were trying to identify the cat. So Jason looks at a cat in a run, a cage in a stack of cages, and they ask him, ‘Is that your cat?’ He says I believe so. They ask ‘Is that your cat?’ and he says I guess so. Then they say ‘Look, either it is or it isn't.' At this point, if it is his cat, apparently the cat’s going to get proper at­ tention. If it's not, we don't know. So at that point, when they put it that way, he says Yes it’s my cat’.” Parker said the elements of the charge are like hav­ ing to have all the ingredi­ ents to make a recipe, with the ingredients being the elements of finding one, Mr. Millan tortured, mutilated, maimed, disfigured or oth­ erwise injured this cat; two, that he acted intentionally. “You have to find that he knew this collar was doing this damage to this cat,” she said. Third, that he acted with malice, either in­ tentionally or by not doing anything to help the cat. “You heard Jason say they had several cats, in­ cluding a tiger striped Tom he hadn’t seen in a few days, but the reason he hadn’t seen the cat is be­ cause he was at the hospital with his wife. They still had their striped Tom cat after this injured cat was taken to the shelter. We don’t know who put that collar on that cat or when it was put on. You heard Emily testify they don’t buy cats, they don’t own cats. They put food out for feral cats that Making The Grade Davie Food Sanitation Ratings Name Location Grade McDonald's Advance 96.5 Mocksville Mudpies Mocksville Superior Papa John’s Mocksville 99 Pizza Hut Mocksville 98 Rick's Corner Q Cooleemee 95 Shady Grove YMCA Advance Superior Sheetz Mocksville 99.5 Subway Advance 99.5 Subway #38713 Mocksville 99 Subway #46964 Mocksville 98.5 TR Convience Store Mocksville 97 Travel Centers of America Mocksville 96 William R Davie Preschool Mocksville Superior William R Davie YMCA Mocksville Superior Young Children's Learning CenterMocksville Superior Zaxby’s #46901 Advance 93.5 The scores are compiled by the environmental health section of the Davie County Health Department. See all scores and learn more at https://public.cdpehs.com/NCENVPBU aren’t pets. They didn’t have collars. They didn’t go buy collars and put them on those cats. Any speculation would be beyond a reason­ able doubt," Parker said. Biemacki told the jury the action of torturing, maiming, disfiguring or in­ juring the cat doesn’t have to be an “overt action.” She said the act could be by omission, that Millan's failure to act is enough to prove that element. She also said failure to act is included in acting intention­ ally, and that malice doesn't have to be hatred and ill will but can also be if someone knows there is a bad situa­ tion, knows they should do something about the situa­ tion, but then don’t. She told the jury not to be swayed by Millan's “handsome family, their very well-behaved chil­ dren" (all four were there for the two days of the tri­ al), how “well presented the family was" (Milan wore a suit and tie both days) or by the fact they lost their home, but they had to put all that aside in deciding the facts of the case. After less than 20 min­ utes of deliberation, they jury returned the not guilty verdict. Emily dabbed at tears in her eyes and passed a tissue to her husband. The children, one boy and four girls, smiled and hugged both parents and the family left the courtroom. BR... Continued From Page I Rollins once said it was “sort of like going round and round, but we’re going to get there." And that has finally hap­ pened. "We’re excited about that project getting ready to be put on the books,” he said. Rollins, in other com­ ments, added that leaf pick­ up for residents will con­ tinue well into the new year. In the only other busi­ ness item on the agenda, the council adopted the 2016 council meeting and agenda meeting schedules. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 24,2015 - 5 District Court The following cases were disposed of during Davie District Court. Presiding: Judge Mary F. Paul. Pros­ ecuting: Karen Biemacki, Pearce Dougan, and John Bandle, assistant DAs. - Emmet Alston Jr., - speeding 80 in a 65, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 improper equip­ ment fee. - Monica Rose Athey, misdemeanor larceny, sen­ tenced to time served, not go to WalMart, cost, $148 attorney fee. - Amanda Lynn Blevins, misdemeanor . probation violation, probation contin­ ued after seven day active sentence. - Kory Eugene Canter, speeding 85 in a 65, reduced to 74 in a 65, $15, cost. - M. Chico-Camllo, pos­ session of marijuana up to one-half ounce, possession of marijuana paraphernalia,, deferred prosecution, 12 months supervised proba­ tion, 80 hours community service, submit to random drug screens, stay out of trouble, if in compliance charges may be dismissed in 12 months. - Brandon Douglas Den- ' nis, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost, $50 equip­ ment fee. - Mona Lisa Dewait, breaking or entering, dis­ missed, frivolous prosecu­ tion, cost, - Jibri Okpara Dupree, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $15. cost, $200 failure to appear fee. - Cynthia Dale Edwards, 2 counts misdemeanor pro­ bation violation, sentenced to 45 days, cost; driving while license revoked DWI revocation, sentenced to 30 days, cost, $260 attorney fee. - Rebecca Lynne Floto, speeding 94 in a 70, re­ duced to careless and reck­ less driving, $400, cost, $20 install fee. - Justin Bruce Gholson, simple possession sched­ ule n controlled substance, sentenced to 120 days, sus­ pended 18 months, com­ plete drug program, donot use drugs/submit to random drug screens, don’t use pre­ scription drugs unless from doctor, do not commit simi­ lar offense, cost, $170 attor­ ney fee. - Joaquin Ramirez Go­ mez, misdemeanor proba­ tion violation out of county, probation terminated after money is paid. . - James Glenn Greene, possession of drug para­ phernalia, dismissed, de­ ferred prosecution. • James Bumard Hale, misdemeanor larceny, sen­ tenced to time served, cost, $280 attorney fee. • Tanance Lamont Hood, speeding 89 in 70, dismissed to 79 in 70, $15, cost. - Sharon W. Houston, speeding 42 in a 25, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost, $50 equipment fee. - Christopher A. How­ ell, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, prayer for judgment contin­ ued, cost, $115 attorney fee. - Byron Raymond Ke­ aton, larceny by defeating anti-theft device, dismissed per plea, insufficient evi­ dence; misdemeanor lar­ ceny, sentenced to time served, cost, $399 restitu­ tion to Wal Mart, $115 at­ torney fee. - Dana Arielle King, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipment fee. - Timothy Steele Lacey, possession of drug para­ phernalia, simple posses­ sion schedule VI controlled substance, dismissed per compliance with deferred prosecution, evidence or­ dered destroyed. - Dylan Mitchell Lamott, possession marijuana up to one-half ounce, possession drug paraphernalia, driving after consuming under age 21, dismissed per plea; mis­ demeanor probation viola­ tion, probation terminated, completed conditions; Jwiy t Clndy Foster (336) 998-7175 DWI1 sentenced to 30 days, suspended 12 months, cred­ it for 24 hours community service, surrender license, not operate vehicle until li­ censed, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow treatment, be employed or in school, do not use alcohol or drugs, $300, cost, $100 DWI fee. • Charles Duran Link, failure to reduce speed, dis­ missed, civil settlement. - Christopher L. Mack, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipment fee. - Kera Lynn Manor, speeding 67 in a 55, pos­ session/display of altered/ fictitious/revoked license, dismissed per plea; 2 counts driving while license re­ voked not DWI, reduced to two counts failure to notify DMV of address change, $50, cost, $200 failure to appear fee, $20 install fee. - Sheny S. Marceron1 leash law violation, dis­ missed, civil settlement. - Calvin T. McKeithan1 speeding 87 in a 70, follow­ ing too closely, dismissed per plea; driving while li­ cense revoked, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, not operate vehicle until licensed, $300, cost. - Thomas James Mowad, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipment fee. • Daniel C. Potter, speed­ ing 80 in a 65, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipment fee; driving while license re­ voked not DWl, dismissed per plea. - Sergio A. Prada, speed­ ing 89 in a 65, reduced to 74 in a 65, cost. - Phillip Lee Robinson, assault on a female, dis­ missed at request of pros­ ecuting witness. - Tara Rose Shepherd, simple assault, dismissed at request of prosecuting wit­ ness. . - Jean Elizabeth Southern, simple assault, dismissed at request of prosecuting wit­ ness. - April Ransom Suarez, speeding 66 in a 50, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost, $50 equipment fee. - William C. Tolliver, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipment fee. - Wiliam H. Torrence, speeding 54 in a 35, prayer for judgment continued, cost. - Omar Aricio Trujillo, speeding 89 in a 70, prayer for judgment continued, cost. - Madalin Bailey Wall, misdemeanor probation vio­ lation out of county, proba­ tion terminated. Failure to Appear • Christopher L. Beck, failure to stop for red light. - Zachary Thomas Byme, possession of drug para­ phernalia. - Andy Alberto Granados, speeding 83 in a 70, failure to wear seat, belt, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, failure to secure passenger under age 16, driving/allowing vehicle to be driven with no registra­ tion, operating vehicle with no insurance. - Sten Juul, driving while license revoked not DWI1 use of foreign license while driving while license re­ voked, expired registration. - Brandon Lee Phillips, domestic violence protec­ tive order violation. - Joseph Linn Reid, shop­ lifting. - Gary Edward Ring, speeding 53 in a 35, driving while license revoked not DWI. DW ICourt The following cases were disposed of during Da­ vie DWI Court. Presiding: Judge Mary F. Paul. Pros­ ecuting: Steve Boone and Patrick Collins, assistant DAs. - Brian Cook, DWI, sen­ tenced to 12 months, sus­ pended 14 days, 14 days active, surrender license, not operate vehicle until licensed, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment, not commit similar offense, remain on good behavior, $900, cost. - Jimmy Lamont For­ tune, DWI, sentenced to 90 days, suspended 12 months, 48 hours active, surrender license, not operate ve­ hicle until licensed, obtain substance abuse assess­ ment/treatment, $300, cost, $362.50 attorney fee. - Angela Kiser Gobble, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 12 months, 24 hours community service, surrender license, not oper­ ate vehicle until licensed, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow treat­ ment, limited driving privi­ lege, $100, cost. Failure to Appear - Sandra Chantay Noah, two counts probation viola­ tion, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, fictitious/altered title/reg­ istration, misdemeanor lar­ ceny, possession of stolen goods/property, DWI, fail­ ure to report an accident. New Pool & Spa Installation Cleaiiing • Chemicals Opening ACIosIng i Vinyl Uner Replacement5 ToininirHonVDMer-DwBYrtEia Heme: (3 3 6) 2 8 4 -4 3 1 7 ^ellM M e)9 0 M 0 2 ^ ATTENTION FARMERS! NOW is the perfect tim e for Clean Up of Fence Rows, Overhanging Tree Limbs, & Brush Cutting. We can trim limbs up to ISfL above ground.W E CU T A SP LIT FIREWOOD TOOI Contact Jesse Rose 704-880-4015 (jlAittv (jljeli A t ^oIixAaud- ~ —from your Hometown Pharmacy Foster Drug Co. 495 Valley Road • Mocksville (336)751-2141 www.fosterdrugco.com Q n M ^ i Triad SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER. 854 Valley Road Mocksville, NC 27028 336-751-2222 www.century21triad.com EXAM REVIEW SPECIAL $40 per hour session for high school stu­ dents Monday, Dec. 28-Friday, fan. 8. www. mathadvantage. us 5336-682-9362 •1-on-1 tutoring 3rd grad e thru college ■ A dm issions te st m ath su ch a s SAT, ACT, etc. ■ A P m ath co urses Notice of DavieCounty Tax Listing AU property on hand Jan. 1,2016, both real and personal, is subject to taxation regardless of age and sex of owner. During the normal listing period taxpayers must . list any vehicle that is not licensed (doesn't have a current registration) or that has a permanent multiyear tag as of Jan 1,2016. Other property you must list is as follows; mobile homes, boats and motors, jet skis, aircraft farm equipment used to produce income, tools, assets and supplies of a business, furnishings owned and rented by a landlord. Taxpayers should also report any new buildings or any improvements built on real estate, orany changes to real estate. 2016 listing forms will be mailed to taxpayers that listed personal property in 2015. If you do not receive a listing form and need to list property or report changes to real property please contact the Tax Assessor's Office. Rorms are available online. Exclusions- must be 65 or older OR totally and permanently disabled toapply 1. Elderly and Disabled Exclusion • Income must be $29,500 or below • Mustbe65orolderORtotallyand permanently disabled • Reduction of $25,000 or 50% of value of home and 1 acre of land 2. Disabled Veterans Exclusion • Noincomecap • Mustbehonorablydischarged • Musthavea 100% service related disability • Reductionof$45,000invalueofhome and I acre of land 3.Circuit Breaker • Income must not exceed $44,250 • Must be a legal North Carolina resident and have owned and occupied property as your permanent legal residence for five years Ifyou are currently receiving an exclusion you do not need to reapply. If you would like to apply you may request an application from the Tax Assessor's office. Applications are also online. PIacetoIisttTax Assessor's OfficerAdministration Building, 123 South Main Street, Mocksville NC 27028 W avsto List: In person or by Mail. H oursto List: 8AM - 5PM Monday - Friday Listing Period: Jan. 2 - Jan. 31,2016. Listing forms must be received by or have a US Postmark of Jan. 31, 2016 or before to be considered on time. Late listings are assessed a 10% penalty. JWj 336753-6120 Fax:336751-0154 Web: daviecountyncgovthen select Departments,Tax Administration and Forms. Davie CountyTax Administrator Brian S Myers 6 - DAVIE COUNTY.ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 24,2015 Lights On! S u re, th e re a re only tw o o ak tre e s on thei sq u a re in D ow n­ tow n M ocksville. B ut ad d th e lights to th e tw o th a t a re left, an d th en a d d in the outlining of ail the buildings, a n d it is a C hristm as m ust se e . W hile traveling in to tow n, ch eck o u t . so m e of th e displays a t resid e n ce s, a s E nterprise R ecord P h o to g rap h er Robin S now did o n a recen t , *(?&■ £ — DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 24,2015 - 7 Tree of Honor A tribute to honor and or remember those who serve and have served to protect our freedom is on North Main Street in Downtown Mocksville beside the Mocksville Police Department, The Town of Mocksville and Historic Davie appreciates everyone who par­ ticipated and we are proud to present $435 to the local veterans services office. Thank you to the following men and women for their service to our country. In Memory In Honor Name ServiceBranch 88 2nd Eng. Co. 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Mocksville ■ 751-5653 8 ■ DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 24,2015 Public Records Land Transfers The following land trans­ fers were filed with the Davie Register of Deeds, listed by parties involved, acreage, township and deed stamps purchased, with $2 representing every $1,000. - RHA/North Carolina MR to NC PACE RE, .92 acre, Jerusalem, $579. - RHA/North Carolina MR to NC PACE RE, .49 acre, Mocksville, $568. - RHA/North Carolina MR to NC PACE RE, 1.9 acres, Jerusalem, $590. - Bobby Ray Laird, ex­ ecutor of estate of Charlie H. Lairs to Michael Beam and Tammy Beam, 3 acres, Mocksville, $210. - Mary Lois McIvor Wil­ liams to Joseph F. Neely, .8 Davie High SchoolStudent-Athlete of the Month October 2015 Chris Reynolds, Edward Jones Student-AthIete of the Month at Davie High School, is shown being presented his award by Steve Thlton, Financial Advisor at Edward Jones. Pictured are: (1-r) Brother - Jack Reynolds, Father - Dan Reynolds, Presenter -. Steve Talton, Recipient - Chris Reynolds, and Mother - < Beth Reynolds. Steve NI. TaFtonFkiandaj Advisor. ftsaS R S igr316-791-0066 ■COOto, LI c e C r e a m , 151N. Main St. • Mocksville, NC OPEN YEAR ROUND 60 Flavors! OejgLai We sell Deluxe & Front Porch Hand Dipped m ade in N.C. D S B (BirthdayParties 8 Croups Welcome?) GAME ROOM: Gaiaaa. nriDaii. Mir hockey, Skee Bail HOT FUDGE SUNDAES • MILKSHAKES BANANA SPLITS BL • SUGAR FREE FLAVORS AVAILABLE •M (p/aig CfaAtnkti cM a u Q o tL i S l e i i e a c h o ft y o u . d u c tin g th e . C h ilitm a i S e a i o n . All of the Osborne Family Wishes to Thank You for Your Business. CLOSfNG 9 ItOOpm Christmas Evs ft wilt re-open Uonday, Dec. 28* 9 8Mam. For All Your Tire A Automotive Needs MICHELIN, COOPER, and HERCULES DEALER 1083 Salisbury Road ■ Mocksville (ApptfMmiIefromDavieHigh) (336) 753-8090 acre, Farmington, $54. - Jeff W. Eaton and Ann C. Eaton to Shannon Mith- cell St. Clair and Robin St. Ciair1 10.5 acres, Farming­ ton, $178. - True Homes to Jusrin B. Winters and Candace M. Winters, I lot, $444. - Butner Real Estate In­ vestments to Mary Amanda Keaton, I lot, Calahaln, $76. - Iiffany Mabe and Jesse Mabe and Brandon O’Brien to Brandon M. O'Brien and Rebecca L. O’Brien, 2 tracts, Mocksville. - Capps Avenue to Batan- gas Consulting, I villa, Farmington,$391. - Batangas Consulting to Donald Lee Hamilton and Emily Hooton Hamilton, I villa, Farmington, $391. - Gary Lewis Dulin, So­ nya L. Simmons and Mi­ chael Ray Simmons, to Noe Almaguer and then Stacy Guadalupe Almaguer Vera, 2 acres, Clarksville. - Eastwood Construction to Michelle Mann, I lot, Farmington, $479. -Tennille Dawn McElrath to Chinh Ngo and Nguyet Huynh, I tract, Mocksville. - Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to J. Allen Surratt and Gena B. Surratt, I condominium, Farmington. - Randy W. Edwards and Judy Elaine Howard Ed­ wards to James W. Stone II, I acre, $180. - James Malcolm Dos- singer and Virginia Balfour Dossinger to Jimmie L. My­ ers and Nancy A. Myers, I lot, Farmington, $1,150. - Pilgrim Recycling to QD Designs, 3.17 acres, Mocksville, $434. - Donna R. Williams and Charles F. Williams to ENR Investments, .98 acre, Mocksville,$1,215. - William Thomas Minor and Novella S. Minor to Alfred R. Patton and Dona Patton, 8.73 acres, Shady Grove, $32. - Edwin P. Bailey to Dan­ ny Hayes, I lot, Jerusalem, $76. - Melissa A. Brown to Beeding and Caudle, I tract, Farmington, $41. - Janie Green Liven- good to Tammie Livengood Shore, 2 tracts. - Trustee Services of Carolina to Branch Banking and Trust, 4 tracts, Jerusa­ lem, $128. - Poore Substitute Trustee to US Bank NA, I tract, $76. - Gregory D. Anderson and Sharon Anderson (50%) to Breadbox Properties, I lot, Farmington. - Floyd Greene Family to Hamy Milam and Perrie Mi­ lam, I acre, $146. - Jennifer B. Williams to John Albert Williams, 2 tracts, Calahaln. - Tfustee Services of Car­ olina to Federal National Mortgage Assoc., I condo­ minium, Farmington. - James C. Heasley and Nanita J. Heasley to You Suk Jung and Jung Yeon Jang, 3.53 acres, $430. - Michael B. Fivecoat to Juan R. Baltazar, I tract, Mocksville, $15. - Eastwood Construction to Brent Eaton and Linda Eaton, I lot, Farmington, $498. - Vincent C. Puzio and Carole E. Puzio to Christine Ann Coffey, I lot, Farming­ ton, $462. - Keri D. Cornell and Bry­ an Brandon to Adam Joseph Bach and Kiley Anne Bach, I lot, $345. Arrests The following were ar­ rested by the Davie County Sheriff’s Department. Dec. 14: Kristina Ran­ dolph, 31, of Wamen, Ohio, worthless check. Dec. 15: Joshua Grif­ fin, 26, of Main Church Road, Mocksville, larceny; Kenneth Cardwell, 45, of Hodsons MHP1 Advance, probation violation; Rachel Hammel, 23, of US 158, Mocksville, possession marijuana, manufactur­ ing a controlled substance, possession marijuana para­ phernalia, possession of controlled substance on jail premises, possession of drug paraphernalia; Zach­ ary Byme, 21, of US 601 S., Mocksville, failure to appear in court, posses­ sion controlled substance on jail premises; Kenneth Cardwell, 45, of Hodsons MHP, Advance, cyberstalk- ing; Charles Martin, 43, of Martin Lane, Advance, vio­ lation of release conditions. Dec. 16: Shane Hartness, 35, of US 601 S., Mocks­ ville, breaking, entering and larceny. Dec. 17: William Hen­ derson, 25, of Patricia Way, Mocksville, failure to ap­ pear in court; Brianna Mill­ er, 36, of Sheffield Farms Trail, Mocksville, worthless checks; Lucas Davis, 34, of Winston-Salem, failure to appear in court; Jabriel Coulson, 18, of Winston- Salem, possession of stolen goods, obtaining property by false pretense; Angel Pereira, 33, of Watts St., Cooleemee, failure to ap­ pear in court. Dec. 18: Brooke Lud- wick, 17, of Oakdale Circle, Mocksville, receiving sto­ len goods; Laura O’Neill, 16, of US 601 S., Mocks­ ville, larceny; Samuel Tay­ lor, 22, of Dogwood Lane, Mocksville, probation vio­ lation; Charles Martin, 43, of Martin Line, Advance, communicating threats, as­ sault; Larry Beam, 41, of Joe Road, Mocksville, com­ municating threats, assault. Sheriff’s Dept. The following are from Davie County Sheriff's De­ partment reports. Dec. 14: domestic distur­ bance, Swicegood St., Cool­ eemee; larceny, Edgewood Circle, Mocksville; domes­ tic disturbance, Middleton LanelAdvance. Dec. 15: larceny, US 601 S., Mocksville; burglary, safecracking, NC 801 N., Bermuda Run; larceny, Lakewood Dr., Mocksville; breaking and entering, in­ jury to property, Vanzant Road, Mocksville, Dec. 16: found property, US 601 S., Mocksville; breaking, entering and lar­ ceny, NC 801 S., Advance; breaking and entering, Bing Crosby Blvd., Bermuda Run; assault on a female, Creekside Dr., Mocksville. Dec. 17: misuse of 911 system, Deck Circle, Mocksville; breaking and entering, trespassing. Oak- tree Dr., Mocksville; ob­ taining property by false pretense, US 158, Bermuda Run; assault, McAllister Road, Mocksville; larceny, possession of stolen goods, Salisbury Road, Mocks­ ville. Dec. 18: child custody dispute, Tunentine Church Road, Mocksville; break­ ing and entering, larceny, larceny of firearm, Redland Road, Advance; assault, US 601 N., Mocksville; larceny of vehicle, Gladstone Road, Mocksville. Dec. 19: breaking and en­ tering, Swicegood St., Cool­ eemee; disturbance, civil dispute, Cameron Court, Advance; assault on female, unauthorized use of vehicle, Eaton Road, Mocksville. Dec. 20: domestic dis­ turbance, communicating threats, Junction Road, Mocksville; help locating missing person, S. Claybon Dr., Advance; disturbance, civil dispute, Boone Lane, Mocksville; trespassing, Kinderton Blvd., Bermuda Run. Mocksville Police The following are from Mocksville Police Depart­ ment reports. • A vehicle tag was lost in the Cooper Creek Drive area, it was reported Dec. 20. - The larceny of beer and soft drinks from Sheetz1 Yadkinville Road, was re­ ported Dec. 19. - The shoplifting of pow­ er tools from WalMart was reported Dec. 18. - The larceny of a vacuum cleaner from a residence on Wilkesboro Street was re­ ported Dec. 18. - A woman reported Dec. 18 she was threatened at Davie County Hospital. - The larceny of a pack of condoms from WalMart was reported Dec. 15. Arrests - Tabitha Lynn Martin, 26, of Yadkinville, was charged Dec. 19 with concealment of merchandise and tres­ passing. Trial date: Jan 21. She is accused of stealing a ratchet set from WalMart. - Mari Mar Reyna Her­ nandez, 21, of Raymond Street, was charged Dec. 18 with possession of marijua­ na and possession of drug paraphernalia. - Joseph Brady Cook, 19, of New Found Lane, Mocksville, was charged Dec. 16 with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting se­ rious injury. Trial date: Dec. 16. He is accused of stab­ bing a co-worker at House of Raeford, Eaton Road, in the stomach and arm. - Kurtis Jajuan Banner, 20, of Windward Circle, was charged Dec. 15 with shoplifting. He is accused of taking electronic equipment from WalMart. TVaffic Accidents - A Mocksville woman faces two charges after a wreck on US 601 at 12:11 pjn. Dec. 19. Diane Summers Walker, 64, of Yadkinville Road, was driving a 2001 Nissan she failed to stop before it struck the rear of a 2016 Volkswagen driven by Julie Ann Burch, 42, of N. Hazel­ wood Dr., reported Lt. J.R. Kirkman. She was cited for failing to reduce speed and driving while license can­ celled. - Two charges were filed after a three-vehicle wreck on US 601 at 2:16 p.m. Dec. 18. Antonio Rueda Diaz, 32, of US 601 S., failed to stop the 2001 Ford he was driv­ ing before it struck the rear of a 2002 Ford driven by AustinThylorHorton, 16,of US 601 S., knocking it into the rear of a 1997 Chevro­ let driven by Tanner Charles Bassett, 22, of Cleveland, NC, reported Lt. J.R. Kirk­ man. He was cited for fail­ ing to reduce speed and having an expired driver's license. - A Mocksville man was cited for failing to yield right of way after a wreck on US 601 at 2:53 pjn. Dec. 18. Glen Thomas Smith, 38, of Yadkinville Road, drove a 2007 Chevrolet from Box­ wood Village Drive, strik­ ing a 2000 Pontiac driven by Amy Leanne Clew, 18, of US 601 S., reported Of­ ficer Joey Reynolds. TRIADV auto group 106 N. 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Garcia, speeding 73 in a 55, dis­ missed; no license, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $100, cost. - James Junior Gibert, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. • Jahaziel Goldsborough, g speeding 87 in a 65, reduced h? tn 74 in a fiSto 74 in a 65, $15, cost. ^ - Charlotte R. Gonella, i't speeding 85 in a 70, reduced j to improper equipment, $25, cost. - AdriannB Gonzalez, speeding 63 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $100, cost. - Joseph A. Goodwin, failure to stop for stop sign/ red light, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. • Stacy Elaine Grant, no license, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $25, cost. • Kecia Ann Green, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipment fee. Jonathan Vance Greene, improper backing, dismissed. - Gregory T. Greenwood, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Gabriela P Gutierrez, no license, reduced to fail­ ure to notify DMV of ad­ dress change, $25, cost. - Reginald J. Guyton, expired registration, dis­ missed. - Jonathan D. Hagerman, speeding 67 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost; expired license, dismissed. - Vicki Elizabeth Haigler, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Theresa M. Hartford, speeding 83 in a 65, reduced to improper equipment, $100, cost. - Kimberly J. Hayes, ex­ pired registration, expired/ no inspection, dismissed. - Ana Ruth Hernandez, speeding 52 in a 35, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - S. Barahona Hernan­ dez, speeding 83 in a 65, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $100, cost. - Zachery T. Holloman, failure to stop for stop sign/ red light, reduced to im­ proper equipment, $25, cost. - Lance D. Houghtaling, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipment fee. - HeatherAmberHughes, speeding 80 in a 65, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Jayson Aaron Hull, expired registration, dis­ missed. - Cynthia S. Hullings, un­ safe movement, dismissed. - Barbara S. Jackson, failure to yield, dismissed. - Nathan W. Jaquays, speeding 82 in a 65, reduced to improper equipment. $75, cost. - Melinda Joy Jeffries, speeding 75 in a 55,reduced to 64 in a 55, $50, cost. - Chris Dewayne Jen­ kins, speeding 83 in a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Bruce Allen Johnson, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Dawn Campbell John­ son, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $50, cost, $50 im­ proper equipment fee. - Abigail Soleil Judd, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. Douglas . Moreland King, speeding 60 in a 45, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Emily Rose Kirby, speeding 82 in a 65, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost. - Michael W. Kithcart, speeding 92 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $200, cost. - James Logan Koontz, speed competition, reduced to improper equipment, $100, cost, $50 equipment fee. - Andrew A. Krause, speeding 68 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Thomas C. Kuffner, no motorcycle endorsement, dismissed. - Noah Lowell Laroe, speeding 88 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $100,cost. - Lourdes 0. Laroquc, failure to maintain lane con­ trol, dismissed. - Abigail T. LeCompte1 speeding 88 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Jeffery Carl Lewis, im­ proper loading/covering ve­ hicle, dismissed. - Leanne D. Lipscomb, expired registration, ex­ pired/no inspection, dis­ missed. - Payton M. Lipscomb, following too closely, re­ duced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Bradley Wayne Loo­ ney, failure to maintain lane control, dismissed. - Jake Hadley-Louzon, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50, cost. - Shawn Moody Mac­ Donald, speeding 80 in a 65, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - William. S. MacDon­ ald, aid and abet operator’s license violation, dismissed. - Jorge Miguel Macias, speeding 68 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Dennis Michael Maloy, speeding 93 in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $300, cost; reckless driving to endan­ ger, dismissed per plea. - Brittany Leshny Mayo, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Courtney A. McCar- rick, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equip­ ment, $25, cost. - Jonathan D. McDaniel, speeding 42 in a 25, reduced to improper equipment, $75, cost. 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W illia tw o c o u n ts s ta tu to r y se x fe n s e w ith p e rs o n 1 3 , 1< 15 y e a r s o ld , ta k in g ir c e n t lib e rtie s w ith a c h ili - R a lp h E d w a rd N lia m s , h a b itu a l fe lo n , spe in g to e lu d e a rre s t, d riv w h ile lic e n s e re v o k e d D re v o c a tio n . DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 24,2015 - BI Sports L o w ery G ets 800th W in B y B r i a n P i t ts D a v ie E n te rp ris e R e c o rd T h e re w a s m u c h to m o u rn a n d m u c h to c e l e b r a t e f o r D a v i e 's w re s tlin g te a m la s t w e e k . T h e p a r t to m o u n t w a s a 5 6 -1 5 lo s s to v is itin g W e s t F o r s y th o n D e c . 1 7 . B o th te a m s h a v e s e v e ra l C e n tr a l P i e d m o n t C o n f e r e n c e m a tc h e s to g o , b u t th is a ll b u t s e ttle d th e l e a g u e 's re g u la r-s e a s o n c h a m p io n s h ip . I n a ll lik e lih o o d . 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I n t h e f o u r t h , t h e R a i d e r s s tre tc h e d th e le a d o u t, b u t D a v ie ra llie d a n d c u t it t o o n e w ith th re e m in u te s le ft. It ra n a b a c k d o o r p la y w ith h o p e s o f ta k in g th e le a d , b u t th e p la y fa lte re d a n d D a v ie fa d e d fr o m th e re . “ O n th e p la y th e v a rs ity ( b o y s ) w o n th e g a m e o n , w e ra n it a n d th re w it o u t o f b o u n d s ,” W a lla c e s a id . “ T h a t w o u ld h a v e p u t u s u p b y o n e . It w a s a o n e -to -th r e e -p o in t g a m e a lm o s t th e w h o l e f o u r t h P le a s e S e e M i s s e s - P a g e B 6 B2 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, T hursday, Dec. 24 ,2015 Ninth Grade Basketball On Losing Streak T h e D a v i e f r e s h m a n b o y s b a s k e tb a ll te a m fe ll t o 1 -6 w ith h o m e lo s s e s to A le x a n d e r C e n tra l a n d W est F o rs y th . A g a in s t A le x a n d e r C e n ­ tra l o n D e c . 1 5 , th e C o u g a rs o u ts c o re d D a v ie 1 3 -8 in th e fo u rth q u a rte r to w in 4 3 -3 4 . D a v ie w a s in c o n te n ­ t io n th e w h o le w a y . M i­ c h a e l S h e lto n h it a p a ir o f 3 - p o i n te r s in th e s e c o n d q u a r te r to k e e p D a v ie w ith ­ in th re e a t h a lf tim e , 1 9 -1 6 . D a v ie tra ile d 3 0 -2 6 a fte r th e th ird a s th e W a r E a g le s g o t fo u r p o in ts fro m D J . M o c k a n d tw o e a c h fro m L a th a m C h a m b e r la in , N ic k A d a m s a n d R o n a ld W ilso n . F o r t h e g a m e , M o c k p a c e d c o a c h M ik e D in k in s ’ tea m w ith e ig h t p o in ts . S h e l­ to n a n d C h a m b e r la in h a d s ix e a c h . T h re e d a y s la te r a g a in s t W e s t F o r s y th , th e T ita n s w e re in c o n tro l th ro u g h o u t, le n d in g b y 10 a t th e e n d o f th e first th re e q u a rte rs a n d p u llin g a w a y f o r a 4 8 - 3 0 d e c is io n a s D a v ie su ffe re d its th ir d s tra ig h t lo ss. C h a m b e rla in , R y a n D a ­ v is a n d W ilso n p a c e d D a v ie w ith s ix p o in ts a p ie c e . A le x a n d e r C e n t r a l 4 3 , D a v ie 3 4 - D .J . M o c k 8 , M ic h a e l S h e lto n 6 , L a th a m C h a m b e rla in 6 , R o n a ld W il­ s o n 5 , G ilb e rt 4 , R y a n D a v is 3 , N ic k A d a m s 2 . VV. F o r s y t h 4 8 , D a v ie 3 0 - L a th a m C h a m b e rla in 6 , R y a n D a v is 6 , R o n a ld W il­ so n 6 , Z a c k G a n tt 5 , J o rd a n M ille r 4 , N ic k A d a m s 3 . R e I a y W i n n e r s In the Elite High School Invitational at Liberty University, Davie's 4x200 relay team captured first place in 1:34.42. They are, from left: Avery Williford, Angel Perez, Stephon Dalton and DaParIs Lytton. D a v i e S w i m s In S a w y e r I n v i t a t i o n a l B riefs & D ates S i g n U p F o r C h u r c h B a s k e t b a l l L e a g u e T h e M o c k sv ille -D a v ie P a rk s a n d R e c re a tio n D e p a rtm e n t w ill ru n a c h u rc h b a sk e tb a ll le a g u e b e g in n in g in J a n u a ry . T o e n te r a te a m , c o n ta c t M ik e G a r n e r a t 7 5 1 -2 3 2 5 . S h a m r o c k R u n & F u n W a l k M a r c h 5 R e g is tra tio n is u n d e r w a y f o r th e 2 8 th - a n n u a i S h a m ro c k R u n a n d F u n W alk M a rc h 5 . T h e 5 K a n d IO K c o u rs e s a re th ro u g h D o w n to w n M o c k s v ille , U S A T F c e rtifie d . R e g is te r o n lin e o r c b y m a il: wwwjhanrrockninnc .com, o r dircctor@ shaiitrocknmiic.com o r 7 5 1 -2 9 7 3 . T h e e v e n t is s p o n s o re d b y S t. 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H e ra n k s 1 4 th a m o n g N C A A D iv is io n I l l ’s c a re e r le a d e rs in to u c h d o w n s a n d 2 2 n d in re c e iv in g y a r d s . T h e Q u a k e r s ( 9 - 1 .6 - 1 O D A C ) se t at le a s t 3 0 G u ilfo rd r e c o r d s in th e b e s t fo o tb a ll se a s o n in sc h o o l h is to ry . T h e t e a m ’s n in e w in s a n d s ix le a g u e v ic to rie s b o th s e t sc h o o l s ta n d a rd s . S e n i o r P r o f i l e Catching up with Michael Rauen (football) W h e n y o u w e r e g r o w in g u p , w h a t d i d y o u w a n t to b e ? A n N F L fo o tb a ll p la y e r. T h e b ig g e s t p e t p e e v e I h a v e is w h e n : I c a n h e a r p e o p le c h e w in g . I f I c o u ld h a v e o n e s u p e r p o w e r , i t w o u ld b e : T o c o n tro l tim e . W h a t ’s th e f u n n i e s t m o m e n t In y o u r s p o r t s c a ­ r e e r : W h e n e v e r s o m e o n e w o u ld try to p r o n o u n c e m y la s t n a m e . W h a t ’s th e p r o u d e s t m o ­ m e n t in y o u r s p o r t s c a r e e r? W h e n I k n e w m y te a m p la y e d th e b e st w e c o u ld . I f y o u c o u ld t u r n b a c k t im e a n d w itn e s s o n e e v e n t, w h a t w o u ld it b e ? T h e fa ll­ in g o f th e B e rlin W a ll. W h o i s t h e f u n n i e s t t e a m m a t e ? J a c k L ittle . W h ic h te a m m a t e is h a p ­ p i e s t a f t e r a w i n ? C o a c h (D e v o r e ) H o lm a n . H o b b ie s : F o o tb a ll a n d la c ro s s e . A t h l e t e s I m o s t a d m ir e : L u k e K u e c h ly , T h o m a s D a v is , D e a c o n J o n e s a n d D a n M o rg a n . I n t e r e s t i n g f a c t a b o u t m y s e lf: I d o n ’t lik e n e e d le s . W h a t I lik e m o s t a b o u t D a v ie H ig h : T h e a m o u n t o f s u p p o r t e v e ry o n e g iv e s e a c h o th e r.. I f I c o u ld d o o n e t h in g b e tt e r , i t w o u ld b e : C a tc h a fo o tb a ll. P e r s o n I ’d m o s t lik e to m e e t ( d e a d o r a liv e ): B ill W a lsh . I f y o u c o u ld h a v e a d a te w ith a c e l e b r it y , w h o w o u ld i t b e ? S a Im a H a y e k . P o s t- s c h o o l a m b i t io n : E a r n a d e g re e . I f y o u h i t th e l o tt e r y , w h a t ’s t h e f i r s t t h in g y o u ’d d o ? G e t a n ic e c ar. T h e D a v ie s w im te a m c o m p e t e d in t h e R o b e r t S a w y e r I n v i ta t io n a l m e e t a t th e G r e e n s b o ro A q u a tic C e n te r o n D e c . 1 8 . O u t o f 15 te a m s th a t sc o re d in th e m e e t, th e D a v ie g i r ls fin is h e d n in th a n d th e b o y s e ig h th . In th e 2 0 0 m e d le y re la y , t h e g i r ls t e a m o f V i c to ­ r ia S in o p o l i, M a r i a S ti li - s o n , K a tie S h o a f a n d A le x a H u t t o n s w a m to s e v e n th p l a c e . B o t h b o y s r e la y te a m s fin is h e d in th e to p 2 0 to s c o r e tw ic e in th e e v e n t f o r D a v ie . T h e A te a m o f H u n t e r T h u r l o t C a m e r o n O g le , C a m F e a r rin g to n a n d W y a tte C o p e la n d f in is h e d 11 th , a n d th e te a m o f M ic a h L ittle 1Ja c k s o n C o a te s 1T y ie r O s b o r n e a n d D r u e P a r k e r fin is h e d 1 4 th . In th e 2 0 0 f r e e , S h o a f s w a m h e r f a s t e s t tim e o n th e s e a s o n a n d fin is h e d 11 th . F o r th e b o y s , F e a r r in g to n f i n is h e d e ig h t h . J o h n s o n M a r k l in , H a r r is o n S h iv e s a n d L ittle i m p r o v e d t h e ir p re v io u s - b e s t tim e s . In th e 5 0 f r e e , H u tto n f in is h e d s e v e n th w ith h e r f a s t e s t t im e o n t h e y e a r . “ S h e w a s p r e tty e x c ite d to g o u n d e r 2 7 s e c o n d s ,’’ c o a c h D a v id K o o n tz s a id . M a r k l in f i n is h e d 1 8 th f o r th e b o y s a n d s c o re d fo r D a v ie . In th e 1 0 0 fly , S tills o n , S i n o p o l i a n d S h o a f a ll s c o r e d f o r D a v i e w i t h a f o u rth -, s e v e n th - a n d 1 2 th - p la c e fin is h e s , re s p e c tiv e ly . “ O b v io u s ly , th e fly is o n e o f o u r str o n g e r stro k e s a lo n g w ith fre e s ty le ,” K o o n tz sa id . “ P a r k e r a n d C o a te s s w a m th e ir b e s t tim e s o n th e y e a r i n th e e v e n t f o r th e b o y s te a m ." In th e 1 0 0 fr e e , S tills o n a n d H u tto n s w a m to s ix th - a n d e ig h th - p la c e fin is h e s . H u t t o n a g a i n s w a m h e r fa s te s t tim e o n th e y e a r a n d d ro p p e d b e lo w th e o n e -m in ­ u te m a r k . C o p e la n d s w a m to a n e ig h t h - p l a c e f i n is h fo r th e b o y s w ith a p e rs o n ­ a l-b e s t tim e . " H e h a d a g re a t s w im ," h e s a id . In th e 5 0 0 f r e e , T h u rlo s w a m to e ig h th p la c e a n d a s ix -s e c o n d im p r o v e m e n t fr o m h is p re v io u s -b e s t tim e . In th e 2 0 0 f r e e re la y , th e g irls te a m o f S tills o n , S h o a f, S in o p o li a n d H u tto n sw a m t o th ir d p la c e a n d r e c o rd e d t h e i r f a s t e s t t im e f o r th e s e a s o n . T h e t i m e o f 1 :4 7 .6 2 a u to m a tic a lly q u a lifie d th e te a m f o r th e re g io n a l m e e t in F e b ru a ry . T h e b o y s te a m o f C o p e la n d , C o a te s , O s b o m e a n d M a r k lin f in is h e d I l t h to s c o re . In th e 1 0 0 b a c k , S in o p o li p la c e d IO th to s c o re f o r th e g irls . T h u r Io p la c e d in th e to p 2 0 to s c o re f o r th e b o y s . I n th e 1 0 0 b re a s t, M e re ­ d ith V in e s h a d h e r b e s t tim e o n th e y e a r , im p r o v in g b y tw o s e c o n d s . F e a r r in g t o n a n d O g le p la c e d in th e to p ’ 15 to s c o r e f o r th e b o y s . In th e 4 0 0 f r e e re la y , th e g irls te a m o f H a n n a h W il­ lia m s , V in e s , J o rd a n F in c h e r a n d H a ile y M o llo y fin is h e d in th e to p 2 0 to s c o r e fo r D a ­ v ie , T h e b o y s te a m o f M a rk ­ lin , T h u r lo , F e a m n g to n a n d C o p e la n d f in is h e d e ig h th , a n d th e s e c o n d r e la y te a m o f S h iv e s , M a rc e li L e w ta k , M ik h a il H a r r is a n d R a fa e l P a l a c i o s f i n is h e d 1 8 th to p la c e f o r D a v ie . 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D a v ie h a s b e e n h a m p e re d b y in ju rie s a ll s e a s o n . A u - b ria n a P e e b le s , a fo u rth -y e a r v a r s i ty p l a y e r , m a d e h e r s e n io r d e b u t a f te r m is s in g 10 g a m e s a n d sc o re d th re e p o i n ts . D a v ie is s t i ll le s s th a n fu ll s tre n g th a s S h a ’v e h ‘ M a r t in e z m is s e d h e r f if th g a m e w ith a k n e e in ju ry . W e s t g o t a m e a s u r e o f r e v e n g e f o r lo s in g tw ic e to D a v ie la s t y e a r. “ I s till th in k w e ’v e g o t a ll th e p o te n tia l in th e w o rld ,” h e s a id . D a v Ie 4 6 , R e a g a n 2 4 - A s h Iy n H a m p to n 2 1 , E m m a S la b a c h 8 , M a d is o n Z a fe r- a to s 6 , C a itly n P e e b le s 5 , P a tte rs o n J o n e s 4 , M o rg a n L e w is 2 . W . F o r s y t h 5 8 , D a v ie 4 6 - M a d i s o n Z a f e r a t o s 1 5 , A s h ly n H a m p to n 1 5 , C a it l y n P e e b le s 7 , E m m a S la b a c h 5 , A u b ria n a P e e b le s 3 , P a tte rs o n J o n e s I . rig h t p la y .” T h e g a m e w a s n 't d e c id ­ e d , th o u g h , u n til D a v ie g o t o n e la s t s to p . W a ll d e fe n d e d a 3 -p o in te r th a t m is s e d . M u a p u rs u e d th e re b o u n d . F a llin g o u t o f b o u n d s , M u a th re w it b l in d l y b a c k i n to p la y . W a ll g r a b b e d i t a n d w a s im m e d ia te ly fo u le d w ith 2 .2 se c o n d s le ft. " G r e a t j o b b y C o o p to g o to th e b a ll," A b s h e r s a id . " W e a lw a y s ta lk a b o u t g o in g t o th e b a ll w h e n th e r e ’s a lo o s e b a ll lik e th a t. W e d id a lo t o f l ittle t h in g s d o w n th e s tre tc h th a t w e re h u g e ." W a ll m is s e d b o th f r e e th ro w s , b u t it d id n ’t m a tte r b e c a u s e R e a g a n h a d to g o th e le n g th o f th e c o u r t in 1.4 s e c o n d s a n d its h e a v e fro m h a lf c o u rt w a s n o t c lo s e . M c D a n ie l fin is h e d w ith 1 7 p o in ts . S la b a c h a n d W all h a d 1 2 e a c h . S t a r n e s a n d H e in e r h a d e ig h t e a c h a n d M u a f iv e . “ A n d S la b a c h to o k a b ig c h a rg e in th e s e c o n d h a lf ,” A b s h e r s a i d . “ H e ’s d o in g s o m e th in g s th a t d o n ’t s h o w u p in th e b o x s c o re .” L o s in g T o W e s t P u t a b ig , fa t a s te r is k b y W e s t F o rs y th 's 1 -4 sta rt. T h e T ita n s w e r e m is s in g f o o t ­ b a ll p la y e rs e a r ly o n . A fte r b e a tin g h o s t D a v ie 6 9 -5 4 o n D e c . 1 8 , th e T ita n s h a v e w o n th r e e o f f o u r to im p ro v e to 2 -0 in th e C P C . T h e y h a d l it t le t r o u b le w ith D a v ie e v e n th o u g h th e y w e re m is s in g tw o k e y g u y s to in ju rie s , a n d a n o th e r k e y p la y e r fre s h o f f th e in ju re d - lis t b a re ly p la y e d . “ T h e y ’re r e a lly g o o d ,” A b s h e r s a id . D a v ie ( 6 - 3 ,1 - 2 C P C ) d id h a n g a r o u n d in th e first h a lf. I t w a s 8 -8 b e fo re W e s t w e n t o n a 1 3 -0 ru n . D a v ie c lo s e d S t a r n e s th e f ir s t q u a r te r w ith fiv e s tra ig h t p o in ts . A fte r fa llin g b e h in d 2 1 - 8 , D a v ie w e n t o n a 2 3 -1 5 ru n to p u ll w ith in 3 6 -3 1 b y h a lftim e . W e s t m is s e d fo u r s tra ig h t fr e e th r o w s d u rin g th a t tim e , a n d S ta r n e s ’ d riv e a n d fin is h w ith th e le ft h a n d m a d e i t a f iv e - p o in t g a m e at in te rm is s io n . “ In t h e f i r s t h a l f , w e p la y e d s o m e g o o d b a s k e t­ b a l l , ” A b s h e r s a i d . “ W e w e a th e r e d th e s t o r m . W e h a d a c h a n c e ." U l t im a te l y , W e s t w a s j u s t p la in b e tte r. I t w a s 5 7 - 4 1 a f te r th e t h ir d , a n d W e s t c o a s te d to v ic to ry . D a r rie l B ro w n s c o r e d 2 4 p o in ts to g o w ith e ig h t re b o u n d s a n d fo u r a s s is ts . H e h it n in e o f 1 7 fie ld g o a ls , in c lu d in g fiv e o f s e v e n 3 s . W e s t h it s e v e n 3 s in a ll, o u ts c o r in g D a v ie 2 1 - 6 fr o m b e y o n d th e a r c . 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T h e tw o -d a y b a r ra g e lif te d D a ­ v i e ’s o v e r a ll r e c o r d to 2 2 -2 . “ W e w a n te d to g e t th a t b a d ta s te o u t o f o u r m o u th ,” L o w e ry s a id . T h e A s h b r o o k m a t c h re p r e s e n te d th e 8 0 0 th w in in L o w e ry ’s le g e n d a ry , 4 0 - y e a r c a r e e r a t D a v ie . W h e n th e tw o - d a y e v e n t e n d e d , h e w a s 8 0 6 -1 2 6 -2 f o r a n .8 6 4 w in n in g p e rc e n ta g e . “ A f te r I g o t i t, I w a s s it­ tin g a r o u n d th in k in g a b o u t 8 0 1 ," h e s a id . “ L e t’s w re s tle th e n e x t o n e n o w . I 'v e b e e n f o r t u n a t e e n o u g h to h a v e g o o d k i d s a ll a lo n g . I 'v e h a d g o o d p e o p le w o rk w ith m e , a n d I 'v e s till g o t g o o d p e o p le w o r k in g w ith m e .” H o w m u c h lo n g e r w ill th e 6 3 - y e a r-o ld c o n tin u e to c o a c h ? H e s a y s h e ta k e s it y e a r b y y e a r. “ I 'm n o t g o in g to b e lik e ( B ill) M a y h e w fro m S o u th I r e d e ll," h e s a id . “ I k n o w h e 's 7 0 - p lu s ( y e a r s o l d ) .” M a y h e w h a s b e e n c o a c h in g s in c e 1 9 6 6 . D a v i e s i m p l y o v e r ­ w h e lm e d e ig h t o f n in e o p ­ p o n e n ts . T h e m a tc h a g a in s t H o l l y S p r i n g s , t h o u g h , w a s n ’t a ll f u n a n d g a m e s , T h e W a r E a g le s h a d to sw e a t o u t a t w o - p o in t w in . T h e G o ld e n H a w k s a r e to u g h . T h e y e n te re d th e R e d D e v il D u a ls w ith a 1 6 -0 re c o r d . A lth o u g h t h e y lo s t 4 5 -2 3 t o N e w to n - C o n o v e r , th e y n e a rly k n o c k e d o f f D a v ie . D a v i e p r e v a i l e d e v e n t h o u g h it lo s t e ig h t o f 14 w e ig h t c la s s e s . D a v ie 's 3 -0 a d v a n ta g e in f o r f e its a n d 2 -1 e d g e in p in s tru m p e d its d e fic it in o v e ra ll m a tc h e s . “ T h e y ’re p r e tty g o o d ,” L o w e ry s a id . “ I d o n ’t k n o w i f w e u n d e re s tim a te d th e m o r w e w e n t b r a in d e a d . W e w r e s tle d g o o d a g a in s t N e w ­ t o n - C o n o v e r ( t h e m a t c h b e f o r e ) , a n d th e n w e tu rn a ro u n d a n d w re s tle b a d ." I t s t a r te d w e ll f o r D a ­ v ie , S p e n c e r W ils o n - w h o s te p p e d in f o r J e s u s O lm e ­ d o , w h o in ju r e d a s h o u l ­ d e r a g a i n s t W e s t F o r s y th - k ic k e d th in g s o f f w ith a 4 5 - s e c o n d p in a t 2 2 0 . A fte r H o lly S p rin g s g a v e a f o rfe it to A n th o n y O lm e d o a t 2 8 5 , J o s h S h o r e 's p in a t 1 0 6 p r o ­ d u c e d a n 1 8 -0 le a d . W h e n W h itle y re c o rd e d a te c h n ic a l fa ll a t 1 2 0 , D a v ie 's c u sh io n w a s 2 3 -3 . B u t th e G o ld e n H a w k s c a m e b a c k w i t h a v e n ­ g e a n c e . T h e y r i p p e d o f f 3 0 u n a n s w e re d p o in ts fro m 1 2 6 th ro u g h 1 7 0 to g ra b a 3 3 - 2 3 le a d . B u t th e y h a n d e d f o r f e it s to I . O lm e d o a n d J e s s e C a r t e r a t 1 8 2 a n d 1 9 5 , a n d D a v ie e s c a p e d 3 5 -3 3 a s H o lly S p r in g s , w h ic h w o n se v e n o f n in e m a tc h e s in th e e v e n t, s lip p e d to 2 3 -2 . “ (T h a d ) V a n d iv e r w re s ­ tle d a stu d (in a lo s s a t 1 3 8 )," L o w e ry sa id . " T h a t g u y w a s b ig g e r th a n C ra y to n ( W is e , w h o w re stle s a t 1 5 2 ). M a y b e it w a s a d iffe re n t s ty le th a t w e ’re n o t u s e d to ." F o r t h e tw o -d a y e v e n t, W h itle y , I. O lm e d o a n d A . O lm e d o m a d e th e b ig g e s t s ta te m e n ts w ith 9 -0 p e rfo r­ m a n c e s . G o i n g 8 -1 w e r e S m ith a n d V a n d iv e r. 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M c C o r m a c k , w h o e n te re d w ith a 7 .5 s c o rin g a v e ra g e , p ic k e d u p th e sla c k w ith 1 7 te a m -h ig h p o in ts , in c lu d in g 1 0 in th e se c o n d q u a rte r. “ It w a s o u r b e s t h a lf o f b a s k e tb a ll a ll y e a r,” W a lla c e s a id . “ W e p l a y e d a 1 -3 -1 z o n e th e w h o le tim e .” T h e W a r E a g l e s c o l ­ l a p s e d in t h e t h ir d , f a l l ­ in g b e h in d 3 3 -2 3 a s R o s s S ta r n e s h it th e o n ly f ie ld g o a l in th e p e rio d . “ T h e ir c o a c h to ld th e m to p u s h th e b a ll a n d b e a t th e z o n e d o w n th e flo o r, a n d w e d id n ’t g e t d o w n th e flo o r,” h e s a id . “ S o th e y h a d m o re e ff o rt th a n u s in th e th ird . T h a t c o s t u s th e g a m e .” D a v ie m is s e d H e n d r ix 's 1 3 .6 s c o rin g a v e ra g e . H e ’s s e c o n d to S e ll’s 1 6 .3 . “ T h a t k ille d u s o ffe n siv e ­ ly ,” h e s a id . 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S a n ta w a s sp o tte d a t th e M o c k s v ille R o ta ry C lu b T u e s d a y e v e n in g , s p re a d in g jo y a n d h a p p i­ n e s s to th e y o u n g a t h e a rt. It c o u ld b e th a t h e w a s th e r e b e c a u s e h e h e a r d o f th e S o u p e r S a n ta c a m ­ p a ig n . F o r t h e la s t th re e y e a r s , M o c k s ­ v ille R o ta ria n s h a v e c o lle c te d s o u p a n d r ic e d u rin g th e h o lid a y s e a s o n fo r A S to re h o u s e fo r J e s u s , a fa m ily o f fo u r o n $ 5 0 a m o n th R o ta ria n M a ry a lic e L e D u c - w ith s o u p a n d ric e . L e n m a r k h a d s ta r te d th e S o u p e r T h e ta b le w a s fille d a lm o s t to S a n ta c a m p a ig n a t h e r p re v io u s th e p o in t o f b o w in g . T h e c o m - R o ta ry C lu b , a fte r ta lk in g w ith a m u n ity is in v ite d to g iv e s o u p a n d lo c a l p a s to r a b o u t th e h u n g e r c ri- ric e to A S to re h o u s e f o r J e s u s in s is . H e s h a re d th a t h e c o u ld f e e d h o n o r o f S o u p e r S a n ta . S a n t a m a k e s a S t o p " ~ ? W ~ M e m b e r s o f t h e M o c k s v i l le R o t a r y C l u b h a v e a g o o d t i m e f o r a g o o d c a u s e a t t h e i r a n n u a l C h r i s t m a s m e e t i n g . C2 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 24,2015 T h a n k Y o u F ro m T h e W a r E a g le s Davie High football players and coaches went to Som erset Court nursing hom e last week and gave stuffed animals to the residents. "Our team is serving our community," said Head Coach Devore Holman. '1We will be delivering m eals and gifts to families across Da­ vie County with Davie Social Services. Another way we can give back to our community. Our community supports our team and Davie athletics so much that we want to show our gratitude." U N C G l e e C l u b T o P e r f o r m H e r e R o b e r t s o n - R i e l E n g a g e m e n t A n n o u n c e d R o n n ie a n d M a ry R o b e rts o n o f A d v a n c e a n n o u n c e th e e n g a g e m e n t o f th e ir d a u g h te r, R e b e c c a D a w n R o b e rts o n to B ra d le y A lle n R ie l, th e s o n o f D a rin a n d M is ty A llm a n o f M o c k s v ille . B o th a re g ra d u a te s o f D a v ie H ig h S c h o o l. . T h e y w ill b e m a rrie d a t C a m p M a n n a in M o c k s v ille o n A p ril 1 6 ,2 0 1 6 . C H A P B L H IL L M o c k s v ille n a tiv e s K a c y Y o u n t, d a u g h te r o f D a v id a n d J a n e ll Y o u n t, a n d S a ­ v a n n a h T a y lo r, d a u g h te r o f J o e a n d J a n e t T a y lo r, w ill s in g in a p e r fo r m a n c e o f th e W o m e n 's a n d M e n ’s G le e C lu b s fr o m th e U n iv e rs ity o f N o rth C a ro lin a a t C h a p e l H ill. T h e c o n c e rt o f c h o ra l m u s ic w ill b e h o s te d b y O a k G ro v e U n ite d M e th o d ­ is t C h u rc h o n T u e s d a y , J a n . 5 , in th e c h u r c h s a n c tu a ry a t 7 p .m . T h e re w ill b e n o a d m is s io n c h a rg e b u t a fre e ­ w ill o ffe rin g w ill b e ta k e n to s u p p o rt th e c lu b s ' to u r. T h e G le e C lu b s , c o n ­ d u c te d b y D r s . S u e T . K la u s m e y e r a n d D a n ie l M . H u ff, a re a m o n g th e o ld e s t o r g a n iz a tio n s a t th e U n i­ v e rs ity o f N o rth C a r o lin a a t C h a p e l H ill, a n d in c lu d e th o u s a n d s o f a lu m n i a s p a st m e m b e rs . T h e p o e try f o r th e f a m ilia r "H a rk th e S o u n d ," U N C -C h a p e l H ill's w e ll- k n o w n a lm a m a te r, w a s w r itte n b y W illia m M y e rs , a s e c o n d te n o r fro m th e g ro u p a n d w a s first p e rfo rm e d b y th e G le e C lu b in 1 8 9 7 . M e m b e rs o f th e tw o g ro u p s a re c h o s e n th ro u g h a u d itio n a n d r e p r e s e n t m a n y s ta te s in th e E a s t a n d S o u th ­ e a s t U n ite d S ta te s a n d a p le th o ra o f c o lle g e m a jo rs . In a d d itio n to th is to u r , th e g ro u p s p e rfo rm s e v e ra l tim e s y e a rly o n c a m p u s , in c lu d in g tw o fo rm a l c o n ­ c e r ts , c o lla b o ra tio n s w ith o th e r c h o ir s , a n d p e rfo r ­ m a n c e s a t lo c a l c h u rc h e s a n d re tire m e n t c o m m u n i­ tie s. T h e ir 2 0 1 6 re p e r to ire in c lu d e s s a c re d a n d s e c u la r c h o ra l w o rk s o f a ll p e rio d s a s w e ll a s p o p s o n g s , m u ­ sic a l th e a te r p ie c e s , e th n ic m u s ic , s p ir itu a ls , a n d a p r e ­ m ie re p e rfo rm a n c e o f a n e w w o r k b y M e n ’s G le e C lu b m e m b e r G a rth M o ly n e u x . In F e b ru a ry th e W o m ­ e n ’s G le e C lu b w ill h o s t th e C a ro lin a W o m e n ’s C h o ra l S h o w c a s e : M a k in g M u s ic , M a k in g a D iff e r e n c e , fe a ­ t u rin g h ig h s c h o o l w o m e n 's c h o irs . « A H ealthy H oliday F o l l o w T i p s F o r S a f e , E n j o y a b l e T i m e C h r i s t m a s A r r a n g e m e n t s TheAdvance Garden Club met on Dec. 8 at Hillsdale Baptist Church. Carol O’keefe, one of their members, led them through a class on creating Christmas arrangements. C o l d S y m p t o n R e m e d i e s F r o m A r o u n d T h e W o r l d W h ile th e h o lid a y s e a ­ s o n m a y b e fille d w ith jo y a n d g o o d w ill, it c a n a ls o b e a tim e f o r illn e s s a n d s tre s s -re la te d d is o rd e rs . 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R u b t o g e th e r f o r a t le a st 2 0 s e c ­ o n d s . • T o a v o id in ju ry , u s e a s te p s to o l o r la d d e r in s te a d o f c lim b in g o n fu rn itu r e w h e n p u ttin g u p d e c o ra ­ tio n s . "H o lid a y g e t-to g e th e rs g iv e illn e s s e s the* o p p o r tu ­ n ity to s p re a d b u t w ith b a l­ a n c e a n d m o d e r a tio n , th e h o lid a y s c a n b e e n jo y e d th e h e a lth y w a y ," s a id O h l. (S ta te P o in t) W h ile A u a n d c o ld a re c o m m o n , d if­ f e r e n t c u ltu re s h a v e d e v e l­ o p e d th e ir o w n s o lu tio n s to ta c k le th e s y m p to m s . I t’s th o u g h t th a t 7 0 p e r­ c e n t o f y o u r im m u n e sy s te m lie s in y o u r d ig e s tiv e tra c t, s o m a n y o f th e s e a lte rn a ­ tiv e h e a lin g m e th o d s re ly o n fo o d f o r c u r a tiv e p ro p ­ e rtie s . W h ile so m e a lte r­ n a tiv e tre a tm e n ts h a v e n o t b e e n e v a lu a te d b y th e F D A , m a n y p e o p le s w e a r b y th e m . I f s u f f e r in g th is c o ld a n d A u, in c o rp o ra tin g th e s e re m e ­ d ie s c o u ld b e w o rth a s h o t. • In J a p a n : H o t g r e e n te a is p o u re d o v e r a c ru s h e d u m e , a n a lk a lin e -r ic h J a p a ­ n e s e p ic k le d p lu m . D rin k in g th is u m e b o s h i te a , fu ll o f iro n a n d p o ta s s iu m , is s a id to h e lp e a s e fe v e r. • In th e D o m in ic a n R e ­ p u b lic : A p a s te o f h o n e y , fin e ly c h o p p e d o n io n a n d g a r lic , a n d th e j u ic e o f at le a s t h a lf o f a lim e , is ta k e n b e fo re b e d . T h e g a r lic a n d lim e j u ic e , r ic h in v ita m in C , b o o s ts im m u n ity . • In F ra n c e : F o r th o s e w ith th e A u , a h o m e o p a th ­ ic a p p ro a c h is ta k e n u s in g O s c illo c o c c in u m , a fa v o rite A u fig h te r o f th e F re n c h f o r m o r e th a n 7 0 y e a r s . C lin ic a l s tu d ie s s h o w it re d u c e s th e d u ra tio n a n d th e s e v e rity o f fe v e r, c h ills , fa tig u e , h e a d ­ a c h e a n d b o d y a c h e s . I t is r e c o m m e n d e d y o u ta k e it a t th e first s ig n o f s y m p to m s . • I n C h in a : A re s to ra tiv e d is h is m a d e fr o m h e a lin g fr itilla ria b u lb s (C h u a n b e i m u ) a n d a n A s ia n p e a r. T h e c e n te r o f th e p e a r is sc o o p e d to fo r m a b o w l. A te a s p o o n o f h o n e y is m ix e d w ith f ritilla r ia e x tra c t, w h ic h is p o u re d in to th e p e a r. T h e c o v e re d d is h is s te a m e d fo r 4 5 m in u te s to c re a te a w a rm e lix ir to s o o th e th e th ro a t. F o r m a x im u m e ffe c t, a h o n ­ e y s u c k le a n d lic o ric e ro o t te a c h a s e r p ro v id e s a d d e d im m u n e su p p o rt. • In S o u th A m e ric a : A p la te o f s lic e d o n io n s is p la c e d o n a n ig h ts ta n d o v e r­ n ig h t. T h e s c e n t h e lp s b re a k u p m u c u s a n d c o n g e s tio n , ju s t a s it c a u s e s th e e y e s to w a te r a n d n o s e to ru n . Furniture Decor FineM Poitery Jewelry J CIothIqg Shoes I Furniture and HomeDecor Consignment m i New Store Hours: M on.-Sat. 10am - 6pm 8 1 4 S . M A I N S T . , M O C K S V I L L E , N C 2 7 0 2 8 • 3 3 6 - 9 4 0 - 8 2 5 3 E x p l o r e r s P l a n S c r a p b o o k T h e E x p lo r e r s 4 -H c lu b tiv itie s o f 2 0 1 5 . M e m b e rs m e t a t 6 p .m . o n T u e s d a y , a n d g u e s ts p la y e d a g a m e D e c . 8 a t J e ru s a le m F ire c a lle d K a h o o t.it a n d e n - D e p a r tm e n t. jo y e d r e c e iv in g g ifts . E v - T h e m e e tin g w a s le d b y e ry o n e b ro u g h t in h o lid a y A v e ri W ils o n , p re s id e n t, fo o d s to s h a re f o r s n a c k s M e m b e rs s a id th e P le d g e o f a f te r th e b u s in e s s p a r t o f th e A lle g ia n c e , th e 4 - H p le d g e , m e e tin g a n d a c tiv itie s , a n d d is c u s s e d o ld a n d n e w T h e n e x t m e e tin g is b u s in e s s . M e m b e r s a re d e - s c h e d u le d f o r J a n . 1 9 a t 6 v e lo p in g a A y e r a b o u t th e p .m . a t J e ru s a le m F ir e D e - d u b . p a rtm e n t. T h e y c lu b p la n s T h o s e w h o a tte n d e d to e le c t n e w o ffic e rs , w o rk e d o n th e c lu b s c ra p - Abigail Welts, Reporter b o o k , h ig h lig h tin g 4 -H a c - Obituary E m i l y S u t t e n l i e l d R o g e r s M rs . E m ily S u tte n fie ld R o g e rs , 8 7 , o f R u ffin , d ie d o n S u n d a y , D e c . 2 0 ,2 0 1 5 a t th e H o s p ic e H o m e o f R o c k in g ­ h a m C o u n ty . S h e w a s b o m o n J u ly 1 3 , 1 9 2 8 in L e a k s v ilIe to th e la te C o n w a y S u tte n fie ld a n d th e la te M in n ie G lid e w e ll S u tte n fie ld . M rs . R o g e r s w o rk e d a s a ta x a c c o u n ta n t. S h e w a s a m e m ­ b e r o f C a lv a ry B a p tis t C h u rc h o f W in s to n -S a le m , w h e re sh e w a s a s e n io r a m b a s s a d o r a n d a m e m b e r o f th e G ra c e B ib le F e l­ lo w s h ip C la s s a n d th e S e n io r A d u lt C h o ir, S h e is p r e c e d e d in d e a th b y h e r h u s b a n d , L lo y d L e e R o g ­ e r s a n d a s o n , H a ro ld C o n w a y S h o u g h . A fu n e ra l s e r v ic e w ill b e h e ld a t 2 p .m . o n S a tu rd a y , D e c . 2 6 a t C a lv a ry B a p tis t C h u rc h , 5 1 0 1 C o u n try C lu b R o a d in W in s to n -S a le m . A v is ita tio n w ill b e h e ld o n e h o u r p r io r to th e s e rv ic e a t th e c h u r c h . S u rv iv o rs : h e r s o n , R o n n ie L e e S h o u g h ; h e r a d o p te d s o n a n d c a r e g iv e r , F ra n c is c o T a m a y o ; a ste p -d a u g h te r, L a u ra G re e n e , 7 g r a n d c h ild re n ; a n d 8 g re a t-g ra n d c h ild re n . M e m o ria ls : H o s p ic e H o m e o f R o c k in g h a m C o u n ty , P O B o x 2 8 1 , W e n tw o rth , 2 7 3 7 5 . B u ria l w ill b e h e ld a t 2 p m . o n S u n d a y . D e c . 2 7 a t M o u n t L a w n C e m e te ry , B o o n e . C o n d o le n c e s : www.fairfimeralhowe.com . DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, T hursday, Dec. 24,2015 - C3 A Vietnam War veteran salutes the flag at the opening cer­ emony of the Wreaths Across America project at the Salisbury National Cemetery.Mocksville Womans Club member Gail Kelly lays Christmas wreaths on the graves at the cemetery. W r e a t h s A c r o s s A m e r i c a A t th e S a lis b u r y N a tio n a l C e m e te r y o n S a tu r d a y , D e c . 1 2 , m e m b e rs o f th e M o c k s ­ v ille W o m a n s C lu b p a rtic i­ p a te d in th e W re a th s A c ro s s A m e r ic a w re a th -la y in g c e r ­ e m o n y to h o n o r v e te ra n s . T h e is th e fo u r th y e a r m e m b e rs a n d s p o u s e s p u r c h a s e d m o re th a n 7 5 w re a th s f o r th e c e re m o n y . E a c h b ra n c h o f th e m ili­ ta ry is r e p r e s e n te d . M o re th a n 1 0 0 P a trio t G u a r d m o to rc y c lis ts ro d e in to th e e v e n t, c a n y in g A m e ric a n a n d u n it fla g s . A 2 1 -g u n s a ­ lu te a n d T a p s w e r e p la y e d a t th e c o n c lu s io n L a s t y e a r . W re a th s A c ro s s A m e ric a la id m o r e t h a n 7 0 0 ,0 0 0 m e m o ria l w r e a th s a t 1 ,0 0 0 lo c a tio n s th e U n ite d S ta te s a n d b e ­ y o n d , in c lu d in g a t th e P e a rl H a rb o r M e m o r ia l a n d th e s ite s o f th e 9 /1 1 a tta c k s CHAflUSRURNETTr Sidmee Suggs and Walt and Karen Myers lay wreaths Betty Ward and Sally McKinney take part in the ceremony.These club members and their spouses participated in the ceremony. CMARL0* Sally McKinney, Marlene Shamel and granddaughter Makyla Young lay wreaths. At right, a view of the National Cemetery. ✓ N o C o n t v a c t P a p m e n t P l l a m ✓ R r e e A c f i i i c a t i o n mobile Amdl duivfingi t h e S M M a y s g e t a ✓ F R E E PHKMUIE A C C E S S O R Y * Y a d t e l AT e le c o m w p t H c a n n « @ 3 e ) t « 6 M a 2 Christine Ward, Tammy Lagle, Russell Hilton Rebecca O’Neal, Stacy Tatum, Christie Nichols Haley Voltz sports some high and decorated hair, and Jennifer Smith dress as Santa. and Angela Mauldin have fun with students. Members of the South Davie Middle School 8th Grade Band perform for the Cooleemee staff and students. C o o l e e m e e - ■ - ^ I J r 74) (:,ii,|a-" lcc^ i C o n t in u e d F r o m P a g e C 4 T h e m in i-b e d ra c e h a d c o m p e tito rs o f e a c h g ra d e s o w h e n th e ra c e lo o k o ff y o u c a n im a g in e th e c h e e rs a n d s c re a m s th a t c a m e fro m th e s ta n d s a s s tu d e n ts s u p ­ p o rte d th e ir te a c h e rs . M r. M c C ra ry a sk e d h is b a n d m e m b e rs to s ta n d if th e y w e re o n c e s tu d e n ts fr o m C o o le e m e e . A la rg e n u m b e r s to o d u p a n d I ’m s u r e th is w a s in sp ira tio n a l to o u r k id s. B y c lo s e m a rg in s , th e O Ia fs p u lle d it o u t a n d w e re th e first to re c e iv e a n a ctu a l tro p h y a n d b ra g g in g rig h ts , u n til n e x t y e a r, th a t is. A t th e e n d o f th e c e le b ra ­ tio n , a ll s ta f f in te rlo c k e d a rm s a n d s w a y e d b a c k a n d The happy reindeer greeting students are Katie S h e H ^ ^ M l^ T ^ y b r Sales- Jordan Morris, Tammy Sain and Kather- Kayce Dixon, Kristen Whitaxer. Cnristy Kauffman and Lauren Parker shos sports a festive hat. ine Johnson. some Panther pride. M a r y L y n n e B a r s i n g e r G l e nS ta n le y Latoya Grant, Jill Whitaker, Ann Brown and Teresa Carter show off their elf power. 1SSS1 — L in d a S s h le y -i. C a r t e r -w W - M a s e n c u p % Serving D ane County with 2 locations 9 7 7 Y a d k in v ille R o a d , M o c k sv ille A N D 1 0 0 N .M a in S tr e e t, M o c k sv ille Corri Woodring1 Claire Chandler, Nikki Whiteheart and Debra Barron put on a show for the students. i I OTAL /R e a l S M a te . u.c W e h a v e th e “ T O T A L ” p a c k a g e . 336-751-1223 www.mytotafrcalogtate.coni C6 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 24,2015 Bob and Louise Dill, active mem- ClydeandVirginiaM urrayinapicturemadebefore G eneandM arieM illeratachurchfunctibn afew years bersof Wesley Chapel UMC, are de- Virginiagotsick-SheisapatientatAutum nCarein ago. Marie passed away on Dec. 13. ceased. Mocksville and Clyde is still at home. C a n a I P i n o B y B e tf y E tc b i s o n W e s t P in o - C a n a C o rre s p o n d e n t T h e P iiio c o m m u n ity lo s t a n o th e r v a lu a b le ' m e m b e r o n D e c . 13 w h e n C h ris tin a M a rie M ille r M ille r d ie d a t H er h o m e n e a r N C 8 0 1 N o rth a n d P ih o R o a d - th e h o m e w h e r e s h e a n d h e r h u s b a n d ,. L . G e h e M ille r, h a d liv e d s in c e s h o rtly a fte r W o rld W a r II. ’ G e n e , w h o w a s in th e th ic k o f th e fig h tin g in E u ­ ro p e d u rin g W o rld W a r II, h a d o n e d e s ir e , a fte r th e w a r w a s o v e r - to g e t b a c k to P in o a n d b e g in f a rm in g . G e n e d id j u s t th a t, a n d h e b ro u g h t h is b r id e , C h ris tin a M a rie M ille r, w h o h e a l­ w a y s c a lle d “M y b r id e ” o r “ M y C h ris tin a ” w ith h im to P in o . M a rie w a s b o m a n d ra is e d in '- Y a d k in C o u n ty . H e r p a r e n ts w e re G ra d y a n d B e a tric e M ille r. M a rie ’s fa ­ th e r, G ra d y M ille r , w a s th e b ro th e r o f R o la n d W e s t’s' m o th e r; A g n e s M ille r W e s t. M a r ie 's fa m ily w a s a b ig < o n e - s h e h a d s ix b ro th e rs , G ra d y W ils o n , J r. ( G .W .) ,. C h a rle s , a n d J o h n K e r m it (J .K .) , d e c e a s e d ; a n d Je rry ; L an y ',' a n d B ill, w h o a ll liv e in Y a d k in v ille ; a n d 3 sis te r s , a ll d e c e a s e d , S a lly V irg in ia S te e lm a n , B e r th a L e e B a r- n o w s k y a n d G a y n e lle C o x . M a rie w a s a d e d ic a te d n u r s e w h o s p e n t h e r life c a r­ in g f o r p e o p le in a h o s p ita l, in a n o ffic e , in h e r c o m m u ­ n ity o r in h e r h o m e . In a d ­ d itio n to b e in g a re g is te re d n u r s e , w h o w a s tr a in e d a t G ra c e H o s p ita l in B a n n e r E lk , s h e w e n t b a c k to sc h o o l a t th e U n iv e rs ity o f N o rth C a ro lin a a t C h a p e l H ill w h e n s h e w a s 5 0 a n d e a rn e d h e r n u rs e p ra c titio n e r c e r­ tific a tio n . S h e w a s o n e o f th e p e o p le in s tru m e n ta l in g e ttin g th e F a rm in g to n M e d ic a l C e n te r b u ilt a n d A d v a n c e in to o p e ra tio n . M a rie , a s s h e w a s c a lle d b y e v e ry o n e e x c e p t h e r h u s b a n d G e n e , h e lp e d m a n y p e o p le d u r­ in g h e r c a re e r, d n e w o m a n in th e c o m m u n ity re c e n tly sa id ,' " M a rie M ille r h e lp e d m e ' m o re th a n a n y o n e in th e m e d ic a l fie ld e v e r d id ." T h k t w a s h ig h p r a is e f o r M a r ie M ille r, a c o n s u m m a te p ro fe s s io n a l. I n a d d itio n to a ll th a t w a s in v o lv e d w ith h e r n u rs in g c a r e e r a n d h e r d u tie s a s a fa rm e r’s w ife a n d a m o th e r to h e r th r e e s o n s , L o n n ie , M ic h a e l, a n d P a tric k , M a rie fo u n d tim e to b e in v o lv e d in a m u ltitu d e o f c iv ic a c ­ tiv itie s a t th e c o m m u n ity , c o u n ty , a r e a , a n d s ta te le v ­ e ls . H e r m a n y a c tiv itie s a n d a w a rd s w e re lis te d in la s t w e e k ’s D a v ie C o u n ty E n ­ te r p ris e -R e c o rd . M a rie w a s a n a c tiv e m e m b e r o f W e s le y C h a p e l U n ite d M e th o d is t C h u r c h , w h o n o t o n ly a t­ te n d e d c h u rc h e a c h S u n d a y b u t h e lp e d w ith a ll m is s io n s a n d a c tiv itie s . S h e w a s in ­ stru m e n ta l in th e b u ild in g o f th e c h u r c h ’s fe llo w s h ip h a ll - in fu n d -ra is in g a n d th e p la n n in g o f th e b u ild in g . B e c a u s e M a rie M ille r h a s b e e n s u c h a v ita l p a rt o f P in o f o r m o s t o f th e 7 2 y e a rs o f h e r m a rrie d life , m e m b e r s o f th e c o m m u ­ n ity a re sa d a n d f e e l th a t a n im p o r ta n t c o g in th e life o f th e c o m m u n ity is m is s ­ in g . D u r in g a v is it w ith G e n e th is w e e k , h e s a id , a s h e a lw a y s h a s w h e n th in g s lo o k e d d a r k , “ T h e b e s t is y e t to b e .” I t w a s g o o d to h e a r th o s e w o rd s w h e n o n e w a s s a d d e n e d b y th e lo s s o f a f r ie n d , w h o in a d d itio n to b e in g a g o o d n u rs e , w a s a g o o d n e ig h b o r. M a rie M ille r ’s d e a th se t m e to th in k in g a b o u t a il th e m e m b e rs o f th e F e llo w - Nora and Harmon LatHam. Harmon is no longer living. Nora is a resident at Somerset in Mocksville. Sara Eure, left, and Marie Miller chat at a church dinner a few years ago. Sara Eure’s husband, Mack, now deceased, is seated in the back. s h ip S u n d a y S c h o o l C la s s a t W e s le y C h a p e l U n ite d w h o h a v e h a d s o m a n y g o o d y e a rs to g e th e r. Y e a rs a g o , a b o u t s ix o r s e v e n c o u p le s fr o m th a t c la s s w o u ld g o to M y h le B e a c h to g e th e r e a c h y e a r a lo n g w ith th e ir c h ild r e n .- th e re w a s a flo c k o f c h ild re n a t th a t tim e . T h o s e c o u p le s w e re ; G e n e a n d D e W illa D u ll S m ith , V e sta l a n d C o le e n H o w e ll D u ll, V e m o n a n d M a rg a ­ r e t L a n g s to n D u ll, V o n a n d M a d e lin e B o g e r S h e lto n , G e n e a n d M a r ie M ille r, R o la n d a n d B e tty . E tc h i- s o n W e s t, a n d s o m e tim e s N o r m a n a n d . N ita B u lla rd . V o n a n d M a d e lin e S h e lto n m o v e d to M o c k s v ille a n d n o lo n g e r a tte n d W e s le y C h a ­ p e l.- N o rm a n d N ita B u lla rd m o v e d a w a y a n d N o rm la te r d ie d . O th e r m e m b e rs o f th a t g r o u p w h o h a v e d ie d a re : G e n e a n d D e W ilIa S m ith , V e sta l a n d C o le e n D u ll, M a rg a re t D u ll a n d M a rie M ille r. R o la n d a n d B e tty W e s t a re th e o n ly m e m b e rs o f th e g r o u p th a t tra v e le d t o g e th e r w h o a re s till a b le to a tte n d c h u rc h . V e m o n D u ll h a s b e e n a b le to c o m e to c h u rc h u n til re c e n tly , b u t it h a s b e e n m a n y m o n th s s in c e G e n e M ille r c o u ld a tte n d . . I n a d d itio n to th e g ro u p . th a t tr a v e le d to g e th e r , th e F e llo w s h ip C la s s h a d m a n y o th e r lo y a l m e m b e rs w h o a re d e c e a s e d : J o h n G a ith e r W a rd , w h o w a s th e b e ­ lo v e d a n d a d m ire d te a c h e r o f th e c la s s f o r m a n y y e a rs ; Z e n o a n d M a r g a r e t D ix o n , w h o liv e d a t th e M c M a h a n H o m e p la c e ; L o u is e a n d B o b D ill, w h o jo in e d th e g ro u p a f te r B o b re tir e d fro m th e m ilita ry a n d w h o w e re a c ­ tiv e f o r m a n y y e a rs ; J o h n s ie S h e lto n , w h o s p e n t h o u rs o n th e te le p h o n e p ro m o t­ in g c h u rc h p ro je c ts a fte r sh e c o u ld n o lo n g e r h e lp a t th e c h u rc h ; H a rm o n L a th a m 1- w h o h e lp e d p r e p a r e m a n y c h ic k e n s f o r c h ic k e n p ie s ; F ra n k H a w k in s , w h o m o v e d t o th e a r e a fro m W in s to n - S a le m a n d re c e n tly p a s s e d a w a y ; M a c k E u r e , w h o m o v e d h e re fro m F lo rid a a n d a tte n d e d W e s le y C h a p e l u n til h is d e a th ; a n d J o y c e P a rr is h , w h o m o v e d to a n u rs in g fa c ility b e fo r e h e r d e a th a fe w y e a rs a g o . 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R o la n d W e s t, w h o h a s h a d to s p e n d a f e w d a y s a t F o rs y th M e d ic a l C e n te r, w a s n o t a b le to a tte n d ! a n d , n e ith e r w a s F r a n c e s .W est T u tte ro w , w h o s p e n t th e d a y w ith h e r f a th e r . B y E d it h Z im m e r m a n A d v a n c e C o rre s p o n d e n t T h e S a llie S u e P e e b le s / M e n s B ib le C la s s a t A d ­ v a n c e F irs t U n ite d M e th o d ­ is t C h u rc h h e ld th e ir a n n u a l C h ris tm a s p a rty o n S u n d a y , D e c . 2 0 a t C a p ta in s G a l­ le y S e a f o o d R e s ta u ra n t in K in d e r to n . T h e c h u rc h ’s c a n c e l c h o ir p re s e n te d a c a n ta ta " T h e C h r is tm a s S to ry " p ri­ o r to th e w o rs h ip s e rv ic e S u n d a y m o rn in g , D e c . 2 0 . T h e c a n ta ta in c lu d e d m a n y ,a d u lts o u t y d e th e c h o ir. A s p e c ia l s o n g .w a s s u n g b y C a le b a n d S a ra h D a v is d u r­ in g th e s e rv ic e . 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T h e little o n e s a re a n x io u s ly a w a itin g S a n ­ ta 's v is it. O f c o u rs e , so m e a re d o in g la s t-m in u te s h o p ­ p in g f o r th o s e s p e c ia l g if ts a t b a rg a in p ric e s . B u t, m o s t im p o rta n tly , th is e v e n in g w e w ill b e r e ­ fle c tin g u p o n th e re a s o n w e a r e c e le b ra tin g - th e b irth o f J e s u s C h r is t in B e th le ­ h e m m o r e th a n 2 ,0 0 0 y e a rs a g o . T o n ig h t, C la r k s b u iy w ill c e le b r a te t h e b ir th o f J e s u s C h r is t w ith a s p e c ia l C h ris t­ m a s E v e c a n d le lig h t s e rv ic e a t 7 . C h u r c h m e m b e rs in ­ v ite e v e r y o n e a s th e y s in g C h ris tm a s c a r o ls a n d h e a r t h e re a d in g o f th e e v e n ts o f th a t H o ly N ig h t a s re c o rd e d in th e H o ly B ib le . C la rk s b u ry U n ite d M e th ­ o d is t C h u r c h w a s to p r e s ­ e n t th e ir c h u rc h C h ris tm a s p ro g r a m a t 7 p m la s t n ig h t (W e d n e s d a y ). E v e ry o n e w a s in v ite d to h a v e sn a c k s a n d tre a ts p lu s a v is it fro m S a n ta in th e f e llo w s h ip h a ll a fte r th e p ro g ra m . S a le m m e m b e r s in v ite e v e ry o n e to j o in th e m f o r a sp e c ia l C h ris tm a s E v e c a n ­ d le lig h t s e rv ic e a t 7 p .m . in th e s a n c tu a ry . S a le m U n ite d M e th o d is t C h u rc h w a s to h a v e th e ir C h ris tm a s p ro g ra m a t 7 la s t n ig h t (W e d n e s d a y ) in th e f e llo w s h ip h a ll. E v e ry o n e w a s in v ite d to j o in in th e c e le b r a tio n o f th e b ir th o f J e s u s C h r is t fo llo w e d b y s n a c k s a n d fe llo w s h ip . M a tth e w 2 5 M in is try o f H a r m o n y s e rv e s fa m ilie s o f n e e d in o u r a r e a . T h e o r­ g a n iz a tio n h a s a g re a t n e e d f o r n o n -p e ris h a b le g ro c e ry ite m s . F o r d o n a tio n s , p le a s e c a ll A lic e C . W a u g h o n 7 0 4 - 5 4 6 -5 8 5 9 . O u r c o m m u n ity s e n d s g e t-w e ll w is h e s t o M ild re d C . B e c k a n d T o m m ie R o s s . M ild r e d h a s b e e n in D a v is R e g io n a l M e d ic a l C e n ­ te r. T o m m ie R o s s s u ffe re d a s tro k e , w a s h o s p ita liz e d l a s t w e e k , a n d is in re h a b a t S ta te s v ille P la c e . T o m P e r ro w h a s im ­ p ro v e d b u t re m a in s a t R e x M e d ic a l C e n te r in R a le ig h . D a v id S te e le re m a in s in r e ­ h a b a t B e rm u d a C o m m o n s o f D a v ie . C h a rlie Ire la n d re m a in s in re h a b a t M a p le L e a f o f S ta te s v ille . T o m m y J o s e y re m a in s in re h a b a t T h e B rid g e s o f S ta te s v ille . P a t S w is h e r re m a in s a t T h e G a rd e n s o f S ta te s v ille . J o in u s in p r a y e r f o r th e L o r d ’s d iv in e h e a lin g a n d b le s s in g s u p o n M ild re d , T o m m ie , T o m , D a v id , C h a r­ lie , T o m m y , P a t, a n d o th e r re s id e n ts w h o a re h a v in g h e a lth p r o b le m s . C o n tin u e to re m e m b e r in p r a y e r o u r re s id e n ts w h o a r e in n u rs in g a n d a s s is te d -liv in g c e n te rs d u rin g th is fe s tiv e tim e . W o rd h a s j u s t b e e n re ­ c e iv e d o f th e d e a th o f E liz a b e th "L ib " C a rm e r C a m p b e ll. S h e d ie d S u n d a y e v e n in g a n d R e a v is F u n e ra l H o m e o f H a rm o n y (7 0 4 - 5 4 6 -2 6 2 6 ) is s e rv in g th e fa m ily . P le a s e r e m e m b e r h e r fa m ily in p ra y e r. F o r m a n y o f u s , fa m ­ ily g a th e rin g s a t C h ris t­ m a s h a v e c h a n g e d a n d w ill Children at Calvary Baptist Church present their Christmas program last Sunday night, Irom left: front - Khloe Waugh and J. J. 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T h e n o n -p ro fit c e n te r o ffe rs fr e e , c o n fid e n tia l s e rv ic e s th a t in c lu d e u ltra ­ s o u n d , p r e g n a n c y te s tin g a n d v e rific a tio n , m a te ria l a s s is ta n c e , la b o r a n d d e liv ­ e ry e d u c a tio n a n d a d o p tio n re fe r ra ls , p a re n tin g e d u c a ­ tio n a n d m a te ria l a s s is ta n c e . V is it daviepregnancy- corejDTg to I e a m m o re . In M a y , th e c e n te r c o l­ la b o r a te d w ith C o m p a s s io n C a rp C e n te r o f Y a d k in v ille to o f f e r lim ite d u ltr a s o u n d s . T w ic e e a c h m o n th , a b u s a rr iv e s to th e D a v ie c a m ­ p u s . 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T h e p a re n tin g a n d p re -n a ­ ta l e d u c a tio n p r o g ra m s a re c o n s ta n tly b e in g re v is e d to k e e p u p w ith m o d e m tim e s a n d m e d ic a l in f o rm a tio n . “ D a v ie P re g n a n c y C a re C e n te r is .a n o rg a n iz a tio n lo o k in g f o rw a r d a n d p re p a r­ in g p a r e n ts to d o th e s a m e ,” s h e s a id . “ Its d a ily p ro g ra m ­ m in g is m e a n t to s ta y re le ­ v a n t w ith its c lie n t b a s e a n d th e n e e d s o f th e c o m m u n ity . a n d it is h o n o r e d to s e rv e W e d n e s d a y s a n d T h u rs d a y s o th e rs in D a v ie C o u n ty .” fr o m 1 0 a m .- 4 p .m ., 4 9 1 O ffic e h o u rs a re T u e s - M a d is o n R o a d , M o c k s v ille , d a y s fr o m n o o n - 6 p j n . a n d 7 5 3 -4 6 7 3 . W I A l l o f u s a t i S h o a f C o n c r e t e w i s h y o u t h e J I v e r y b e s t t h i s C h r i s t m a s ! I SlioafConcrfleCa.; Mocksville, NC I 3 3 6 - 7 5 1 - 1 9 8 9 ^ Mon-Fri 630am-3.130pm .1 tyou. SPvi V m 65 LjiatA — Specials of the Week A S S O R T E D S to c k in g S tu ffe rs ( f o n d ) r a n d o t h e r d e n n ) 2 for $1 ______________UnJliilS______________ S E L E C T C H R IS T M A S IT E M S 7 5 % O F F ! FOSTER DRUG BRAND ITEM S 7 5 % O F F ! Foster Drug Co. 495 Valley Road • Mocksville • 336-751-2141 www.fosterdrugco.com Regular Hours: M-F 8:30-8 • Sat 8:30-4 • Sun 1:30-5 C 8 - DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, T hursday, Dec. 24,2015Obituaries H u g h L e a v e l l G a r n e t t H u g h L e a v e ll G a r n e tt, 9 8 , o f A d v a n c e , fo rm e rly o f H a r­ ris o n b u r g , V a ., d ie d D e c . 1 5 ,2 0 1 5 . H e w a s b o m O c t. 1 4 , 1 9 1 7 in W a r re n to n , V a . to D r. R ic h a r d W . a n d E d w in a L e a v e ll G a rn e tt. H e a tte n d e d sc h o o l in P itts y lv a n ia C o u n ty a n d D a n ­ v ille , V a . a n d g r a d u a te d f ro m F o rk U n io n M ilita ry A c a d e m y in 1 9 3 6 . I n 1 9 4 1 h e g ra d u a te d fr o m V irg in ia T e c h w ith a d e ­ g re e in a g ro n o m y a n d a c o m ­ m is s io n a s a s e c o n d lie u te n a n t in th e A rm y In fa n try . H e w a s m a rrie d in A p r il, 1 9 4 2 t o M a rie J o h n s o n w h o h e m e t d u rin g h is d a y s a t V irg in ia T e c h . A ls o in 1 9 4 2 h e tr a n s fe rr e d to th e A rm y A ir C o rp s a n d u p o n c o m p le tio n o f tra in in g se rv e d a s a B - 2 4 p i­ lo t in th e 1 5 th A ir F o r c e in N o rth A fric a a n d Ita ly . D u rin g h is s e r­ v ic e w ith th e 1 5 th h e c o m p le te d 5 0 c o m b a t m is s io n s a n d e a r n e d th e D is tin g u is h e d F ly in g C ro s s a n d A i r M e d a l. 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H e w a s o w n e r a n d o p e r a to r o f B J . ’s C o u n try F o o d f o r 2 6 y e a rs a n d o w n e r a n d o p e r a to r o f T b x a c o o n C lo - v e r d a le A v e n u e . S u rv iv in g : h is w if e o f 4 5 y e a r s , B e s s ie P o o le J o h n s o n ; 2 d a u g h te rs , S a n d y C o x ( G a iy ) o f C h a rlo tte a n d A m a n d a S a n d e rs ( A J .) o f M o c k s v ille ; 3 g ra n d ­ c h ild r e n , C h a s e a n d C h a d C o x o f C h a rlo tte a n d B la z e S a n d e rs o f M o c k s v ille ; a s is te r, L a r a n d a J o h n s o n o f S ta te s v ille ; 2 c o u s ­ in s , N a n c y L a w s a n d P e g g y P o p e ; a n d a s p e c ia l n e p h e w , L y n n C le a ry . A g ra v e s id e s e r v ic e w a s h e ld a t 11 a m . W e d n e s d a y , D e c . 2 3 a t O a k G r o v e U n ite d M e th o d is t C h u r c h w ith th e R e v . B o b b y S w a im o ff ic ia tin g . T h e fa m ily r e c e iv e d frie n d s T u e s d a y a t H a y w o rth - M ille r K in d e rto n C h a p e l. M e m o ria ls : S t. J u d e C h ild r e n ’s R e s e a rc h H o s p ita l, 5 0 1 S t. J u d e P la c e , M e m p h is l T N 3 8 1 0 5 . C o n d o le n c e s : wwwJiayworth-miller.com. J o e S t a n f o r d G r e e r J o e S ta n f o r d G re e r, 7 3 , o f M o c k s v ille , h u s b a n d o f J a n ­ ic e W h ite s id e G re e r, d ie d S u n d a y , D e c . 2 0 , 2 0 1 5 , a t F o r­ s y th M e d ic a l C e n te r. M r . G r e e r w a s a n a tiv e o f W a ta u g a C o u n ty , b o m A p r il 2 6 , 1 9 4 2 , to th e la te W a lte r G r e e r a n d th e la te Z o r a P a r­ s o n s . H e re tir e d a s a b a n d sa w o p e r a to r w ith L e x in g to n H o m e B r a n d s a n d H a lls M a n u f a c tu r ­ in g . S u rv iv o r s : 3 s o n s , J a m e s G r e e r (D a rle n e ) o f C o o le e ­ m e e , M ic h a e l G r e e r (D a w n ) a n d B illy G r e e r ( C in d y ) , b o th o f M o c k s v ille ; 6 s te p -c h ild re n , C a n d ic e K im m e r o f C o n c o rd , C ry s ta l M a y h e w ( L a rr y ) o f V ir­ g in ia , C a rla C o a te s o f T h o m a s - v ille , M a rtin K im m e r a n d C a r­ r ie K im m e r, b o th o f S a lis b u ry , a n d M a tth e w K im m e r o f C o o le e m e e ; a b r o th e r . M a c k W o - o d r in g o f W o o d le a f; a s is te r, B illy J e a n C h e e k s o f S a lis ­ b u ry ; p lu s 2 2 g r a n d c h ild r e n ; a n d 6 g re a t-g r a n d c h ild re n . A ls o p re c e d in g h im in d e a th w e r e a b r o th e r , Je re y R a y , a n d 2 s is te r s , L u c ille R a y a n d S u s ie B u rr is . T h e fa m ily w ill r e c e iv e fr ie n d s f r o m 6 :3 0 -8 :3 0 p m . S a tu rd a y , D e c . 2 6 a t D a v ie F u n e ra l S e rv ic e C h a p e l. A c e l­ e b r a tio n o f lif e se r v ic e w ill b e a t th e f u n e ra l c h a p e l a t 2 :3 0 p m . S u n d a y , D e c . 2 7 , o f fic ia te d b y th e R e v s . S a m J o n e s a n d D a n ie l G a m b le s . B u r ia l fo llo w e d in L e g io n M e m o ri­ a l P a rk in C o o le e m e e . S e rv in g a s p a llb e a r e rs w e re R ic k y D a le M c C ra ry , J o s h G re e r, B illy J o e G re e r, M a tth e w K im ­ m e r, A d a m G re e r a n d T o n y G re e r. C o n d o le n c e s : wwwdaviefimeralservice.com. M a r y G a i t h e r ‘ J o a n n ’ R a t l e d g e M a r y “ J o a n n ” G a ith e r R a tle d g e , 7 8 , f o rm e rly o f G o d - b e y R o a d , M o c k s v ille , d ie d S a tu rd a y , D e c . 1 9 , 2 0 1 5 at G o rd o n H o s p ic e H o u s e in S ta te s v ille . B o m F e b . 7 , 1 9 3 7 in G u il­ fo rd C o u n Q ', s h e w a s th e d a u g h te r o f th e la te A n n ie L o u G a ith e r a n d th e w id o w o f th e la te J im R a tle d g e (1 9 3 1 -2 0 1 1 ) to w h o m s h e w a s m a rrie d fo r 5 5 y e a r s . M rs . R a tle d g e w a s a re g is te re d n u r s e a n d re tire d f r o m A u tu m n C a re o f M o c k s ­ v ille . S h e w a s a life lo n g m e m ­ b e r o f N e w U n io n U n ite d M e th o d is t C h u rc h . S u rv iv o rs : a s p e c ia l g ra n d ­ s o n , C a lv in L lo y d S c o tt o f th e h o m e ; 5 o th e r g ra n d c h ild re n , J a s o n , J a re d , J a c o b , K a s e y a n d J o a n n a , a ll o f M o c k s v ille ; 2 d a u g h te r s , W a n d a S c o tt a n d T e re s a B o o ie , b o th o f M o c k s v ille ; a n d s p e c ia l fa m ily a n d fr ie n d s , N o ra , S h a r o n , E d w a rd , J o h n n y , J a n ic e a n d B o n n ie . A c e le b r a tio n o f lif e s e rv ic e w a s c o n d u c te d a t 2 p m . T u e s d a y , D e c . 2 2 a t N e w U n io n U n ite d M e th o d is t C h u rc h o f fic ia te d b y th e R e v . E r ic L in e b e rry . C o n d o le n c e s : wwwdaviefitneralservice.com. E l l a G r a c e W h i t a k e r N i c h o l s M s . E lla G ra c e W h ita k e r N ic h o ls , 6 8 , o f U S 15 8 , M o c k s v ille , d ie d S a tu rd a y , D e c . 1 9 ,2 0 1 5 , a t F o rs y th M e d ­ ic a l C e n te r in W in s to n -S a le m . S h e w a s b o m M a rc h 7 , 1 9 4 7 , in D a v ie C o u n ty to th e la te W illia m C h a r lie a n d L a u ra M a m ie B a k e r W h ita k e r. S h e w a s a ls o p re c e d e d in d e a th b y a b ro th e r , W illia m C h a rlie W h ita k e r Jr. S u rv iv o r s : a d a u g h te r, D e n is e G r e e n (D a n n y ) o f S ta te s v ille ; a g ra n d d a u g h te r, C a m iy n N ic h o le S m ith ; a g r e a t-g ra n d s o n , M a s o n C h a s e S m ith ; a sis te r , S h irle y Jo n e s (D o n a ld ) o f M o c k s v ille ; 2 n ie c e s ; a n d a n e p h e w . A g ra v e s id e s e rv ic e w a s to b e c o n d u c te d a t 2 p j n .. W e d n e s d a y , D e c . 2 3 a t R o s e C e m e te ry . T h e fa m ily w a s to r e c e iv e fr ie n d s a t E a to n F u n e ra l H o m e o n e h o u r p r io r to th e se rv ic e . C o n d o le n c e s : www£atonfuneralservice.com. w w w .ourdavie .com s DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE R E C O R D ,T hursday. Dec. 10,20J5 - C9 Obituaries In Our Churches J a m e s ‘ N i c k ’ N a y l o r J a m e s “ N ic k ” N a y lo r , 3 1 , d ie d o n T u e s d a y , D e c . 1 5, 2 0 1 5 . H e w a s b o m in D a v ie C o u n ty o n J a n . 1 5 , 1 9 8 4 , s o n o f J a m e s K e lly N a y lo r a n d P h y llis H u n te r. H e w a s e d u c a te d in D a v ie C o u n ty S c h o o ls , a n d g ra d u a te d fr o m D a v ie H ig h S c h o o l in 2 0 0 2 . H e . a tte n d e d J o h n s o n C . S m ith U n iv e rs ity in C h a rlo tte , a n d th e n e n te re d th e U .S . M a rin e C o r p s . H e s e r v e d fro m J u n e 10, 2 0 0 5 t o M a y 3 1 , 2 0 0 6 . R e c e n tly , h e w a s I e m p lo y e d b y W a l-M a rt in M o c k s v ille . I T h ro u g h o u t h is lif e h e e n jo y e d s p o rts I th a t in c lu d e d b a s k e tb a ll, f o o tb a ll, w re s - I tlin g , a n d r o c k c lim b in g . H e w a s a fa n o f D u k e , th e B u c c a n e e rs , a n d C e ltic s . S u rv iv o r s : h is fa th e r , J a m e s K e lly (A n g e la ) N a y lo r o f M o c k s v ille ; h is m o th e r, P h y llis H u n te r o f C h a rlo tte ; a b ro th e r, B ria n H u n te r (fian c fie C a s e y B re w e r) o f A n g ie r ; a s is te r , T a s h ia ( J J . ) R ic e o f M o c k s v ille ; 2 s te p - s is te rs , L a to - s h a L y o n s o f G re e n s b o ro , a n d M a ria h L y o n s o f M o c k s ­ v ille ; o th e r r e l a t i v e s a n d frie n d s . F u n e ra l s e rv ic e w e r e to b e h e ld W e d n e s d a y , D e c . 2 3 a t n o o n a t F irs t B a p tis t C h u rc h in M o c k s v ille . P a s to r R o d ­ n e y B a r k e r w a s to o ffic ia te , a n d th e R e v . J J . R ic e w a s to d e liv e r th e e u lo g y . B u ria l w ith m ilita r y rite s w a s to fo llo w a t N a tio n a l C e m e te ry in S a lis b u ry . T h e fa m ily w a s to re ­ c e iv e d frie n d s a t th e c h u r c h o n e h o u r b e fo re th e s e rv ic e . C o n d o le n c e s : www.CrahamFuncralHoincjiet. W i l l i a m E u g e n e ‘ G e n e ’ F o o t e W illia m E u g e n e “ G e n e ” F o o te , 7 4 , d ie d D e c . 2 0 in F o r­ s y th M e d ic a l C e n te r. H e h a d b e e n in d e c lin in g h e a lth . H e w a s s o n o f th e la te E s a w F o o te a n d L u c y D u lin F o o te . H e w a s r a is e d b y W ill H . a n d J u a n ita D illa rd . H e w a s e d u c a te d in D a v ie C o u n ty S c h o o ls a n d w a s s e lf- e m ­ p lo y e d a s a p lu m b e r. S u rv iv o rs : s is te r s , J o s e p h in e F o o te a n d M a rg a re t L e w is , b o th o f M o c k s v ille , a n d L a z o ra W illia m s o f D u rh a m ; a s p e c ia l n ie c e , W a n d a D a lto n , w ith w h o m h e liv e d ; o th e r re la tiv e s a n d frie n d s . H is f u n e r a l s e rv ic e w ill b e S u n d a y , D e c . 2 7 a t 2 p .m . a t G r a h a m F u n e ra l H o m e . P a s to r N e tty e I. B a rb e r w ill o f­ fic ia te a n d B is h o p J a m e s Ija m e s w ill d o th e e u lo g y . B u ria l w ill f o llo w in S t. J o h n A M E Z io n C h u r c h C e m e te ry . T h e fa m ily w ill r e c e iv e fr ie n d s 3 0 m in u te s b e fo r e th e s e rv ic e . C o n d o le n c e s : www.GrahamFuneralHomejiet. ‘H e H a s C o m e F o r U s ’ D e c . 2 4 A t I j a m e s B a p t i s t Ija m e s B a p tis t C h u rc h w ill h o ld th e a n n u a l C h ris tm a s E v e p ro g r a m o n D e c . 2 4 a t 6 :3 0 p j n . T h e p r o g r a m , "H e H a s C o m e f o r U s ," w ill in c lu d e c h il­ d re n a n d a d u lts a n d fe a tu r e th e I ja m e s c h o ir. T re a t b a g s w ill b e g iv e n u p o n e x it. A U a re w e lc o m e . O l d - F a s h i o n e d C h r i s t m a s E v e S e r v i c e A t Z i o n C h a p e l A n o ld -f a s h io n e d C h r is tm a s E v e s e r v ic e w ill b e h e ld a t 8 p .m . in th e o ld Z io n C h a p e l C h u rc h a t 1 4 3 6 S h e ffie ld R o a d , M o c k s v ille , in c lu d in g th e s in g in g o f C h ris tm a s c a r­ o ls , h o t a p p le c id e r a n d c o o k ie s . E v e ry o n e is w e lc o m e . C o m m u n i t y W a t c h N i g h t S e r v i c e D e c . 3 1 A t S h i l o h C o m m u n ity W a tc h N ig h t S e rv ic e w ill b e h e ld a t S h ilo h B a p tis t C h u rc h , 5 4 4 E . D e p o t S t., M o c k s v ille . o n T h u rs ­ d a y , D e c . 31 a t 11 p .m . G u e s t s p e a k e r w ill b e P a s to r F re d T e rry fro m M o c k s v ille 2 n d P re s b y te ria n C h u rc h . B is h o p J a m e s Ija m e s is in v itin g a ll lo c a l c h u rc h e s to c o m e to g e th ­ e r a n d u n ite a s o n e ; e n d in g o u t a n o ld y e a r a n d e m b a rk in g u p o n a N e w Y e a r u n ite d a s o n e . “ W h e re th e r e is u n ity th e re is s tr e n g th ,” h e s a id . “ L e t u s b e g a n th is n e w y e a r to g e th e r.” H oly C ro ss S c h e d u le s E v e n ts F or T h e S e a s o n H o ly C ro s s L u th e ra n C h u rc h w ill c e le b ra te th e b irth o f C h ris t w ith a C a n d le lig h t S e r v ic e a n d H o ly C o m m u n io n o n C h r is tm a s E v e , T h u rs d a y , D e c . 2 4 , a t 7 p .m . C h ris tm a s E v e is a ls o th e la s t se r v ic e h e re f o r th e R e v . S u s a n M . B a m e . S h e w ill b e c o m p le tin g h e r c a ll a t H o ly C r o s s a t th e e n d o f th e y e a r. M e m b e rs w ill ta k e a fe w m in ­ u te s a fte r th e se rv ic e to h o n o r h e r m in is try a t H o ly C ro s s . O n S u n d a y , D e c . 2 7 , m e m b e rs o f th e c o n g r e g a tio n w ill le a d th e s e rv ic e o f W o rd a n d M u s ic , w ith C h ris tm a s c a ro ls . A U a re w e lc o m e . W a t c h N i g h t A t B e t h e l B a p t i s t B e th e l B a p tis t C h u r c h , 3 7 2 7 U S 6 0 1 S ., M o c k s v ille , w ill h a v e a W a tc h N ig h t S e rv ic e o n T h u rs d a y , D e c . 31 at 10 p .m . w ith lig h t re fr e s h m e n ts a fte r th e p ro g ra m . C h r i s t m a s E v e P r o g r a m A t M o c k s v i l l e 2 n d P r e s b y t e r i a n M o c k s v ille S e c o n d P re s b y te ria n C h u rc h w ill h o st its a n n u a l C h ris tm a s E v e n p ro g ra m a t 6 p .m . A U a re in v ite d . E p i s c o p a l C h u r c h O f A s c e n s i o n P l a n s C h r i s t m a s E v e S e r v i c e T h e E p is c o p a l C h u rc h o f th e A s c e n s io n a t F o rk , 183 F o rk -B ix b y R o a d , A d v a n c e , w ill h o s t a C h ris tm a s E v e S e rv ic e a t 7 p .m . w ith H o ly E u c h a ris t. • F u lly In s u r e d • T r e e W o rk & T r e e R e m o v a l • T rim m in g & T h in n in g e^ e • F r e e E s t im a te s • S tu m p G rin d in g • B u c k e t T ru c k S e r v ic e ( 3 3 6 ) 9 0 9 - 0 6 0 9 ( 3 3 6 ) 9 0 9 - 0 6 1 0 S c o t t y S e a f o r d J a c k S e a f o r d G e n e r a l C a r p e n tr y • Doors, Windows, Siding & Soffil • Meltil & Shingle Roof Repair & Replacemenl • Barn Repairs Father & Son IHANDYMANfT -...SERVICES::-: — FU LLY IN S U R E D — Scott & Je sse Rose 7 0 4 - 8 8 0 - 4 0 1 5 BU SIN ESS SPOTLIGHT O f f i c i a l B a r b e r s h o p o f S a n t a C l a u s Santa can’t do a thing with his hair, but Terry Brown of Clem mons Barber Shop, knew just what to do to trim Santa’s long locks in time for Christmas <5 Glemmons Barbershop 5 ) ‘S ® ’E s t. 1 9 6 0 2721 I^ e w isv ille -O Ie m n io n s R o a d C L E M M O N S (336)766-9011 www.clemmonsbarbershop.com W h i l e i n t o w n , S a n t a g e t s a t r i m u i e m m o n s b a r b e r t e r r y B ro w n h a d h is n a n d s fu ll w h e n S a n t a C l a u s s a t d o w n f o r a trim d u r i n g h i s r o u n d s t o b rin g t o y s a n d g o o d c h e e r t o b o y s a n d g irls . S a n t a — w h ile h a r d a t w o r k a t t h e N o r th P o l e T o y S h o p — h a d le t h is h a ir b e c o m e a m e s s . O h , t h e t a n g l e s B ro w n s h a r p e n e d h is s c i s s o r s a n d w e n t to w o rk . S a n t a w ill b e w e ll g r o o m e d w h e n h e m a k e s h i s w a y d o w n c h im n e y s In C l e m ­ m o n s , L e w is v ille a n d D a v ie C o u n t y th is w e e k . T o g e t y o u r C h r i s t ­ m a s trim , s e e T e r ry B ro w n a t t h e C l e m ­ m o n s B a r b e r s h o p , H o m e o f t h e R e a l H a ir c u t, 2 7 2 1 L e w is ­ v ille - C l e m m o n s R o a d , C l e m m o n s . C a ll T e r r y a t 3 3 6 - 7 6 6 - 9 0 1 1 . 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Buy and Sell Gold & Silver Coins 2 0 1 5 E s ta te J e w e lr y -Slll!e f D a l e P a t r i c kE a g le s * 2 5 - ° ° 3 3 6 - 9 7 & - 0 6 1 7 ByAppoiii m P E R K I N S R O O F I N G “ Q u a lity work a t reasonable prices" P h o n e ; 3 3 6 - 7 5 3 - 8 3 5 5 , Fax: 336-753*373 wlmml a .n u Tues.-Frl. 630am - 6 pm; S a t 6am-noon ( 3 3 6 ) 7 6 6 - 9 0 1 1 2721 Lewisville Clemmons Rd. • Clemmons www.demmonsbarberstiop.com CIO - DAVIE COUNTY EN TERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Dec. 24,201S Bringing gifts to the Christmas party at the Humane Society of Davie County's Pet Adoption Center are, from left: board member Danielle and volun­ teer Bonnie; volunteer Lynn with center alumni Star; and volunteer Jennifer. m Volunteer Robin drops off presents for the pets (above), as does donor and pet adopter Kathryn (below).. Walter andadoption center alumni Hope look over the donated goods. K i ,-'".I p a i n t i n g H o m e l e s s P e t s G e t P r e s e n t s A t O p e n H o u s e T h e H u m a n e S o c ie ty o f D a v ie C o u n ty h o s te d a H o l­ id a y O p e n H o u s e o n S a tu r­ d a y ,D e c . 1 2. V o lu n te e rs , d o n o rs , c o m m u n ity m e m b e r s , a n d s u p p o r te r M a y o r W illia m J . M a rk lin g a th e re d a t th e a d o p tio n c e n te r to c e le b ra te th e h o lid a y s . M a n y p e o p le b r o u g h t d o n a tio n s s u c h a s f o o d , c le a n in g s u p p lie s , a n d tre a ts f o r th e a b a n d o n e d d o g s a n d M a n a g in g D ir e c to r G lo ­ ria W o m m a c k sa id : “ I a m b lo w n a w a y b y th e k in d n e s s a n d g e n e ro s ity th e c o m - " rFnLinityr-T ih s sh o w n u s . O u r b o a r d o f d ir e c to r s , s u p p o rt­ e r s , s ta ff, a n d v o lu n te e rs s h o w o u r a b a n d o n e d d o g s a n d c a ts lo v e a n d w a r m th . T h e a d o p tio n c e n te r is tru ly b le s s e d . “ W e w o u ld lik e to in v ite m o r e p e o p le to d o n a te a n d g iv e o u r h o m e le s s d o g s a n d c a ts ," W o m m a c k s a id . I f in te re s te d in s u p p o r t­ in g th e so c ie ty , d ro p o f f w is h lis t ite m s a t 2 9 1 E a to n R o a d , M o c k s v ille , o r o r d e r th e m to b e s h ip p e d o n A m a ­ z o n S m ile ( s e le c t H S D C a s y o u r o r g a n iz a tio n ). M o n ­ e ta ry d o n a tio n s to th e a n ­ n u a l g iv in g c a m p a ig n a re w e lc o m e b y c h e c k o r e le c ­ tro n ic a lly th ro u g h davien- cluimane.org. “T h a n k y o u to e v e ry o n e w h o s u p p o rts o u r a d o p tio n c e n te r ,” W o m m a c k s a id . “ W e a r e a b le to m a k e h a p p y e n d in g s c o m e tru e f o r a b a n ­ d o n e d d o g s a n d c a ts w ith y o u r h e lp .” H S D C H o lid a y W is h L is t: P u rin a O n e A d u lt C a t F o o d S a lm o n F la v o r, P u ­ r in a K itte n C h o w , P e d ig re e P u p p y F o o d , C lu m p in g c a t litte r, B le a c h , D is tille d W h ite V in e g a r, D o g a n d C a t T r e a ts , D o g a n d C a t T o y s , L a rg e , M e d iu m , a n d S m a ll H a rn e s s e s , P a p e r T o w e ls , T o ile t P a p e r, L a u n d r y . D e ­ t e rg e n t, F in is h D is h w a s h ­ in g D e te rg e n t, W a lm a rt G ift C a rd s , a n d A m a z o n G ift C a rd s . A d o p tA F u rry F rie n d C h a r lt e C r e n s h a w •; C h u d c G i n t h e r 2 5 y e a r s e x p e r i e n c e 9 0 9 - 1 0 4 2 Nina is a female black Jack Russell Terrier mix. Her estimated date of birth is June 17. She is friendly, loves playing fetch, and cuddly. D uchess is a lovely lady with fancy white boots. Her estimated date of birth is Nov. 10, 2012. She is up-to-date on vaccinations, cat-friendly, and a total sweetie. If interested in meeting Nina or Duchess or other available pets from the Humane Society of Davie County, fill out an application at www.davienchumane.org or call the adoption center at 751-5214. Holiday special prices are available for these two pets. Lauren andJen donate a basket of goods DAVIE COUNTY EN TER PR ISE RECORD, T hursday, Dec. 24,2015 - D l Students W i l l i a m R . D a v i e K e e p i n g T o y s F o r T o t s F o o t b a l l W illia m R . D a v ie S tu d e n t C o u n c il ra is e d $ 2 2 6 f o r T o y s fo r T o ts b y s e llin g p a p e r C h ris tm a s tre e s to th e s ta f f a n d s tu d e n ts . T h e C h ris tm a s tre e s w e re in m e m o ry o r h o n o r o f s p e c ia l p e o ­ p le . T h e s ta f f a ls o c o u ld p a y $1 to w e a r j e a n s o n e d a y to s u p p o rt s tu d e n t c o u n c il's p ro je c t. T h e m o n e y r a is e d p u rc h a s e d t o y s to b e u s e d a s g ifts . S tu d e n t c o u n c il o f fic e rs w e n t s h o p p in g o n e a fte r n o o n a fte r s c h o o l. K e e - Iy n O a k e s , G a v in T a y lo r, C o le ­ m a n T riv e tte , G ra y s o n H a y n e s a n d Z a n e D y s o n ta lk e d to th e m a n a g e r a t W a IM a rt1 T im S te w ­ a r t, a n d h e g a v e th e s tu d e n ts a n a d d itio n a l 5 0 p e rc e n t o f f th e c le a ra n c e to y s a n d a $ 5 0 g if t c a rd to b e u s e d to p u rc h a s e m o re to y s. T h e s ta f f a ls o h a d a fu n d ra is e r b r e a k fa s t a t s c h o o l.E a c h m e m b e r b r o u g h t to y s to d o n a te . T h e M a ­ rin e v e te ra n s w h o o p e ra te T o y s fo r T o ts c a m e to e a t b re a k fa s t a n d a c c e p t th e g if ts d o n a te d b y W il­ lia m R . D a v ie . D e c . 1 2 , s tu d e n t c o u n c il o f ­ fic e rs a n d th e K in d n e s s C lu b b r o u g h t s n a c k s to th e v o lu n te e r v e te r a n s a n d h e lp e d s o rt to y s fo r p ic k u p a t th e M o c k s v ille E le ­ m e n ta ry S c h o o l g y m . T h e s tu d e n t c o u n c il m e m b e rs e n te rta in e d th e v o lu n te e rs b y s in g in g C h ris tm a s c a ro ls . G r a y s o n H a y n e s p la y e d th e g u ita r to e n te rta in th e T o y s fo r T o ts v o lu n te e r s . S tu d e n ts w e r e e x c ite d to le a rn th e sc h o o l d o n a te d th e m o s t to y s th is y e a r a n d w ill b e a b le to k e e p th e T o y s f o r T o ts c h a m p io n fo o t­ b a ll. T h e y s h a re d a s to ry th a t a s a b a ttle s h ip le a v e s th e M id d le E a s t a n d a n e w s h ip is c o m in g to ta k e it’s p la c e , th e y p a s s n e a r e a c h o th ­ e r a n d th e m ilita ry g u y s th ro w th e fo o tb a ll fro m o n e s h ip to th e o th e r a n d s a y , " K e e p th e b a ll sa fe ." A s a n e w tr a d itio n , T h o m a s " S k i” K o p e tz k y h a s a fo o tb a ll e n g r a v e d w ith th e s c h o o l th a t d o n a te s th e m o s t to y s a n d th a t sc h o o l g e ts to " c a rry th e b a ll" fo r th e y e a r. “ W illia m R . D a v ie is e x c ite d t o b e th e o n e to c a r ry th e b a ll t h r o u g h o u t th is y e a r , a n d h o p e f u l­ ly in th e fu tu re a s w e ll,” s a id B a r ­ b a ra W e a v e r, g u id a n c e c o u n s e lo r. “ O u r s tu d e n ts a n d s ta f f w a n t to th a n k th e M a r in e v e te r a n s f o r a l­ lo w in g u s to h e lp a n d f o r th e ir s e r­ v ic e p ro v id in g to y s to c h ild r e n in D a v ie C o u n ty .” Grayson Haynes entertains the Toys for Tots volunteers M E S S t u d e n t s L e a r n H o lid a y T r a d i t i o n s A r o u n d T h e W o r ld K ris te n R e e v e s ' s tu d e n ts a t M o c k s v ille E le m e n ta ry h a v e b e e n w o rk in g h a rd to w r a p u p th e y e a r. S tu d e n ts re v ie w e d re a d ­ in g g e n re s , p la n n e d s c i­ e n c e e x p e rim e n ts , a n d u se d h a n d s -o n a c tiv itie s to in tro ­ d u c e fa c to rs a n d m u ltip le s . T h e fo c u s h a s b e e n o n n o n ­ fic tio n a n d te x t fe a tu re s . T h e y c o m p le te d a P o la r E x ­ p re s s u n it in th e ir p a ja m a s a n d s e t g o a ls f o r th e N e w Y ear. K in d e rg a rte n s tu d e n ts le a rn e d a b o u t m a n y D e ­ c e m b e r c e le b r a tio n s a n d c u s to m s fro m a ro u n d th e w o r ld . S tu d e n ts f o u n d th a t a lth o u g h s o m e p e o p le m a y h a v e d iffe re n t w a y s o f c e le ­ b r a tin g , m o s t a ll s p e n d tim e w ith fa m ily a n d f rie n d s . S tu d e n ts in K a itlin H a ll a n d L in d a R u e m e n a p p 's c la s s h a v e b e e n w o r k in g o n a d d itio n s k ills . T h e y h a v e b e e n u s in g m a n ip u la tiv e s , p la y in g g a m e s a n d w o rk in g w ith p a rtn e rs . S tu d e n ts h a v e b e e n p re p a rin g c ra fts fo r th e h o lid a y s a n d w o rk in g o n s to ry e le m e n ts s u c h a s c h a r ­ a c te rs a n d se ttin g s . S h e r y l M a rtin a n d R a ­ c h a e l M o o r e 's s e c o n d g ra d e c la s s le a rn e d a b o u t h o lid a y s a n d c u ltu r a l e v e n ts th r o u g h ­ o u t th e w o rld . H a n u k k a h a n d K w a n z a a w e re c e le b ra t­ e d in th e c la s s ro o m . T h e c la s s h e a rd a p re ­ s e n ta tio n b y L u is M u n o z o n h is h o m e c o u n try o f C h ile , S o u th A m e ric a . S tu d e n ts le a rn e d a b o u t th e c lo th ­ in g , fo o d a n d e d u c a tio n in C h ile . T h e c la s s lo v e d try ­ in g o n th e p o n c h o s a n d h a ts th a t M u n o z p re s e n te d to th e c la s s . * M s . K e rr, D a v ie H ig h S c h o o l in te rn , ta u g h t g lo b a l le s s o n s fro m J a p a n a n d A u s ­ tra lia . T h e s tu d e n ts ’ fa v o rite a c tiv ity w a s m a k in g a n d e a tin g S tra w b e n y sp o n g e c a k e s w ith C o o l W h ip . S e c o n d a n d th ird g ra d e s tu d e n ts c e le b ra te d w ith a m u lti-c u ltu ra l p r o g r a m at P T O . P a r e n ts e n jo y e d lis ­ te n in g to s o n g s in D u tc h , G e rm a n , S p a n is h a n d E n g ­ lis h . M u s ic te a c h e r J a s o n C a r te r h e lp e d w ith th e p ro j­ e c t. F o u rth g ra d e s tu d e n ts w ill c e le b ra te s u c c e s s le a rn ­ in g m u ltip lic a tio n ta b le s w ith a n ic e c re a m p a rty . T h e y g e t a s c o o p o r to p ­ p in g f o r e a c h s e t o f ta b le s . S tu d e n ts w o rk e d h a rd le a rn ­ in g th e s e fa c ts . S tu d e n ts e n ­ jo y e d w a tc h in g th e d a r e Alicia Granadero Trejo models a poncho from Chile; and Noelle Brown g ra d u a tio n . shows a coconut purse from Africa. CmBaaBtanBnwPB i Parents Bessie Faircloth and Shelley Younger wrap gifts for the students. C h r i s t m a s S t o r e D e lig h t s S t u d e n t s S tu d e n ts a t C o m a tz e r E le m e n ­ ta ry S c h o o l h a d a w o n d e rfu l tim e m a k in g d e c is io n s a n d s h o p p in g fo r h o lid a y g ifts . E a c h D e c e m b e r , th e P T O o r ­ g a n iz e s a C h r is tm a s s to re f o r s tu ­ d e n ts w ith g ifts f o r a ll a g e s a n d fa m ily m e m b e rs . T h e e ffo rt is a se rv ic e to th e s c h o o l, n o t a m o n ­ e y -m a k e r o r fu n d ra is e r. C h ris tm a s S to re c h a ir. C h a rity L a u c k , g a th e re d ite m s th r o u g h ­ o u t th e y e a r fo r th e s to re .A rtic le s in c lu d e d lig h t- u p c u p s , P a n th e rs o r n a m e n ts , d is h to w e ls , c a p s , to y s a n d m u c h m o re . S tu d e n ts h a d th e o p p o rtu n ity to s h o p in th e s to r e a n d se le c t ite m s fo r fa m ily m e m b e rs th a t w e re th e n w ra p p e d a n d d e liv e r e d b y P T O , s ta f f a n d o ld e r s tu d e n t e lv e s . W ith th e g u id a n c e o f v o lu n te e rs a n d s ta ff , s tu d e n ts s h o p p e d , c re a te d lis ts o f th e m e rc h a n d is e th e y h a d c h o s e n , p a id f o r c h o ic e s , a n d le ft th e ir b a g o f g ifts to b e w ra p p e d . I te m s r a n g e d in c o s t fro m $ 1 to $ 5 . T h e s to re g iv e s s tu d e n ts a c h a n c e to p u rc h a s e re a s o n a b ly p ric e d g ifts fo r fa m ily m e m b e rs . T h e P T O a ls o s p o n s o re d s c h o la r ­ s h ip s f o r c h ild r e n in n e e d . D 2 ■ D A V lE C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T h u r s d a y , D e c . 2 4 ,2 0 1Davie Schools M o c k s v ille E le m e n t a r y S tu d e n ts o f th e W ee k : O w e n P a rk e r, C la y to n C o c k e rh a m 1 D a c o d a L e w is , R ic k y P lo w m a n , S ila s M a r­ io n , C a lIie W is e c a rv e r, A n &#