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2016-05Thoroughly Modern Davie High Musical Theater Students Plan Spring Production Page D1 Keep On Trucking Furniture Movers Open In Mocksville Page 9 ENTERPRISE RECORD USPS 149-160 Number 19 Thursday, May 5, 2016 Fired Officers Getting Their Day Actions Of Former Police Chief, Town Manager By Lynn Hull Enterprise Record It has been a long time coming - four years and four months to be exact - but three former Mocksville police offi- cers are finally in U.S. District Court this week seeking dam- ages in what they claim were their wrongful terminations from the police department at the end of 2011. The trial started Monday in the federal courthouse in Win- ston-Salem'. Kenneth Hunter. Jerry Medlin and Rick Donathan are suing former Police Chief Robert Cook, Town Manager Christine Bralley and the Town of Mocksville over what they contend was a violation of their right of freedom of speech un- der federal and state law. The case revolves around their concern that there were serious problems within the police department related to Cook's leadership. In previous court docu- ments, those concerns dealt with allegations of drinking alcohol while in uniform, the mismanagement of department and Davie County Law En- forcement Association funds, a failure to discipline other of- ficers for serious incidents of misconduct. Cook's violation of the law by driving a police car with blue lights flashing and other activities not appro- priate for someone who was the governor's office. The trial got under way on Monday, and in opening state- ments, the plaintiff and defense attorneys laid out their case before the jury of seven, six women and one man. Michael Elliot of Elliot, Morgan and Parsonage PLLC, attorney for the officers, re- not a certified law enforcement ferred to Hunter, Medlin and officer, and perceived racial Donathan as decorated and discrimination. Unable to find a ay to initi- ate an investigation into the de- partment at the local level, the officers eventually contacted dedicated officers without a single blemish on their service records. "Ken Hunter was a 27-year law enforcement veteran," El- In Court Questioned liot noted, saying he'd moved up through the ranks to become assistant police chief, working under five other chiefs. Dona- than was a 13-year veteran of the Mocksville Police Depart- ment and was promoted just one month prior to his termi- nation. Medlin was a Davie County sheriff's deputy prior to joining the Police Depart- ment in 20O6. "These extraordinary offi- cers watched as the reputation of the department continued to Please See Trial - Page 8 County To Phase In Sales Tax Distribution Change By Mike Bornhardt Enterprise Record Jim Anderson greets friends at the dedication of the Anderson Performing Arts Center at West Forsyth High School on Sunday. He is supported by old teaching friend Jim Coghill at right and followed by brother-in-law Mickel Bar- nette of Mocksville. - Photo by Chris Mackfe Former Students Gather To Honor Jim Anderson Anderson gr« IHBBBHnr **^ ets Amelia Little and Patsy Crenshaw. By Mike Barnhardt Enterprise Record CLEMMONS - When Lori Coins Clark asked those in the nearly full auditorium what Jim Anderson said when a stu- dent didn't do as expected, the words rang from all comers of the room. "We are not amused." Anderson, of Mocksville, was amused Sunday as the West Forsyth High School auditorium was dedicated as the Anderson Performing Arts Center. Former students, family members and friends crowded to pay their respects to Anderson, who spent 39 years teaching English, music, manners and life lessons - 31 of those years at West Forsyth. It was Anderson who Please See Anderson - Page 3 County commissioners on Monday approved a plan that will phase in a conversion on how sales tax revenues are dis- tributed to the county's three towns. The measure was approved on a 3-1 vote (Dan Barrett was not present because of the death of his sister.), with John Fergusson voting against it be- cause the three towns will not be treated the same. For the upcoming budget year, all three towns will re- ceive the same percentage of those revenues as in past years. For five years after that, the tax revenues going to Mocks- ville and Bermuda Run would reduce by 20 percent per year. For 10 years after that, those revenues going to Cooleemee would reduce by 10 percent per year. Mark Jones, who voted against the original plan to change the way the taxes are distributed, said that while he is still opposed to the change, the phase-in method is much fairer to the towns. "This alternative is not per- fect ... but it could have been immediately devastating." He was quick to point out Please See Tax - Page 8 Boone Festival Saturday In Mocksville For some 13 years, Daniel Boone lived in what now is called Davie County. As a teen-ager, his family moved here from Pennsylva- nia. Here, he hunted, traded and made trails - and fell in love. He married Rebecca Bry- an in 1756. Davie County was remote backcouniry then, but appar- ently not remote enough for the wandering Boone. who of- ten would be gone for months - even years - on hunting and exploration expeditions. Liv- ing off the land, he befriended natives and blazed trails west- ward that thousands would soon follow. On Saturday. Davie Coun- ty will celebrate its Boone heritage at the Daniel Boone Family Festival in Downtown Mocksville. The Davie Coun- ty Historical and Genealogical Society will offer van tours to some of the county's historic sites - some Boone related. Re-enactors from Ft. Dobbs in Statosville are expected to be on hand; giving folks a glimpse of what people may have worn in the mid-17OOs and talking to them about what life may have been like back then. The festival kicks off at 10 ajn. on the square where craft and food vendors will sell their wares, including live plants from members of the Mocks- ville Garden Club. One regular vendor will not be there. Carol Head, "the jel- ly lady." died last month, but her daughter plans to sell some of the canned goods that her mother had already made. There will be a free kid's Country singer Tammie area with plenty of activities Davis will perform at 6:30 for the youneer set. p.m. Saturday at Junker's Please See" Festival - Page 5 Mill in Mocksville. 2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday, May 5,2016 Editorial Page DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thurxiaj. M»y 5,2O16 - 3 Extra Numbers Confuse Local Telephone Calls Who thought it would be so much trouble punch- ing in three additional numbers before every phone call? I have become very familiar with an ear-splitting beep this week followed by an annoying mechanical woman's voice: "We're sorry, when placing a call it's" now neces- sary to dial an area code followed by the seven-digit number. Please hang up and redial using the com- plete 10-digit number." When I ordered pizza. When I called the office. When I sent a fax. When I called home. When I called ... anyone inside the 336- area code. A frustrated caller to the newspaper office last week said she thought we had changed our phone number. She had at first hung up after the loud beep, not waiting for the message. How much time has been wasted, how much frus- tration has built across our area code this week be- cause of the change? At-my age, it's hard learning new tricks. Does anyone else find it remarkable that two Da- vie County natives — more particularly two Center community residents — have had such a profound impact on Davie County High's arch rival on the east side of the Yadkin River? On Sunday, West Forsyth High School named its performing arts center for retired teacher Jim Ander- son, who taught at West for 30 years. As he did so many times while helping direct plays and theater performances at West, Anderson packed the audito- rium on Sunday as former students came back to say thank you to their old mentor. On hand to participate in the program was another Center community resident, Jerry Peoples, a former West Forsyth principal whose name is enshrined on the Titan football stadium. Peoples may have a Davie County address, but he may still be driving a Titan green pickup truck and haswojiL.his_West alleeiance proudly— into—retire^rnent. During a Davie-West football game maybe 2O years ago when the Titans had the War Eagles on the ropes at halftime. Peoples urged his troops, "Don't let up!" If Anderson brought good English, theater arts and culture to West Forsyth, Peoples instilled the will to win in athletics and academics. l u «iawr neif I i mtv\t Ctfi/- In The Mail Agreed: Put Up A Stoplight To the editor: _~..—...ing the letter "Put i 801," I know very well what M having lived near this area sine working in the Kinilerton area. stoplight at US 64E/NC If there ever is a petition going around to get that traffic Helms is talking about light iup. put my name at the top of the list, please, before 2011 and also Sibyl Ballantine. Mocksville Ruth Mabe Passionate About Beliefs To the editor: I would like to personally thank Dwight Sparks for his kind remembrances of my mother, Ruth Mabe. My mother was passionate in her beliefs and was never afraid to voice her opinions. She was born and lived in Da- vie County her entire life and always wanted what was best for the county. She taught each of her children that we should treat ev- eryone fairly, and to stand up for what was right, no matter how unpopular. She fought many bnliles jrxJierlife, but the last one, Cancer, wns one tlnil allowed her gracioiitin™., SHo ntwnya thought of others, even in the last weeks of her life. 1 was fortunate to be able to spend those last weeks with her and witnessed her calling others to check on them, even when she barely had the breath to talk. My mother was not perfect, but her heart place and Davie County lost a passiona /hen she passed. Cathy Mandakunis,Newport New Letters Welcome The Enterprise Record welcomes letters from its readers on topics of local, state, national or interna- tional issues. An effort will be made to print all let- ters, provided they are not libelous, vulgar or in poor taste. The editor reserves the right to edit letters for •grammar and for space.' rmmU'll HftflKI'l 11 l^r^l^a. U.Q n....C ..^J atUlro^ ^f the venter, including a signature. A telephone number, 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, MockBviHe,davie3@ ccnturylink.net. It may be time to change that little ditty about April showers. This April was extremely dry. .May, however, is off to a drenching start with three days of intermittent rain, sometimes very heavy. The Yad- kin was at the top of its banks on Tuesday. The grass seed I spread in mid April may finally come up. Three fired Mocksville policemen are finally hav- ing their time in court this week as a U.S. District Court judge and jury in Winston-Salem hear their stories of mismanagement and misconduct in the po- lice department before they were fired in 2011. They have had to wait through appeals that reached all the way to the Supreme Court of the United States. Whether their complaints are true or not, the Mocksville force has undergone a drastic change since then with the appointment of a new chief. The three veteran officers, Lt. Rick Donathan, Maj. Ken Hunter and detective Jerry Medlin, knowingly put their jobs in jeopardy when they complained. We are eager to hear their stories under oath and the Town of Mocksville's defense. - Dwight Sparks /E R DAVIE COUNTY ECORD USPS 149-160 171 S. Main St.. P.O. Box 99. Mocksville. NC 27028 (336) 751 -21 20 Published weekly by Salisbury Newsmedla LLC Dwight Sparks ............................. Editor/Publisher Robin Snow ................................. General Manager Mike Earnhardt, ........................... Managing Editor RayTutterow. .............................. Advertising Director Brian Pitts .................................... Sports Editor Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville. NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy. 50 Cents S26.69 Per Year In NC;S32.O3 outside N.C. POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to: Davie County Enterprise Record P.O. Box 99. Mocksville. NC 27O2S of Jim Anderson gather for the dedicationof the Anderson Anderson ... - Photos by Mike Earnhardt Continued From Page 1 started the musicals at the school,a tradition that still continues. It was Anderson, who as class sponsor, ran graduation ceremonies with a military-like precision. It was Anderson who made sure there was someone 1O sing the "StarSpangTed Banner" at all school events. Cindy Gray Clawson, a member of the Class of 1978, recalls Anderson recruiting her to be in one of the musicals. "Mr. to do whatever character they wanted to do in the musicals. I became a music teacher because of Mr. Anderson." She wasn't the only for- mer student who went on to a career on stage, or in arts education. Anderson could be strict. Clark said, but students loved him, especially his excitement for learning and for their future. She ma- jored in music in college. Now a member of the Forsyth County Board of Education, Clark called Anderson a "great man." "He provided the example of an educator who loves teaching." Former West Principal Jerry Peoples said that An- derson made his job much easier. He looked at his friend and said: "What a won- derful honor to have your students care enough about you to do this." And those graduations. "I think perfection is the best word. He would worry you to death to make sure everything was perfect." He went as far as to coach the assistant princi- pals on the proper pronun- ciation of students' names as they walked across the graduation stage. "Jim was every princi- pal's ideal of a good teach- er. Nothing you could ask him to do, and he would do it well. Jim was invaluable to me ... a good friend. "Jim, we are amused today. We are very happy for you," Peoples said- Linda Early. RJR Class of *65. remembers Ander- son's phrase "cursives and assorted blasphemies.*" "We read McBeth aloud in class." she said. RMIT years later. Anderson brought his high school students to waich her play the lead role in a Wake For- est University production of the Shakespeare play. Her son also went into the the- ater because of Anderson's influence. "You are the wind beneath the wings of thousands and thousands of people," she said. "Mr. Anderson has been the inspiration for thou- sands of young minds," said David Joy. Class of '96. At his urging, he joined the chorus at age IS. "Little did I know how my life would be incred- ibly impacted by my chorus teacher. There was no other outlet for young performers here. This was it." The experience was the highlight of his high school years. "Jim was a task master. Excellence was expected. He was a teacher, a mentor i champion, and he is till our champion today," ly said. "He's still the king," lid John Rushton, who aid Anderson is passion- te, loyal and dedicated to doing the right thing." Nephew Greg Bamette and niece, Sabrina Conrad, know Anderson as "Uncle Jim," a vital part of help- ing them raise their own children. "Uncle Jim, this is all about you," Bamette said. "We've got this whole generation of folks who love Uncle Jim." Conrad said. The dedication in- cluded the group singing*- "Camclot," one of Ander- son's favorites. The APAC - as the Anderson Performing Arts Center is being called - was named after Ander- son much because of the effort of Terry Hicks (who played piano during the dedication) and steering committee members Lori Coins Clark. Jim Coghill, David Joy.Grc^Taylot? - — Wrenn Conrad. Judy Wil- lard, Cameron Willard, Pat Spainhour and John Rushton. Nephew Greg Bamette and Niece Sabrina Con- rad say thank you from the family. Former students hit the stage to sing one of Anderson's favorites, "Camelot." Terry Hicks plays piano as the audience stands and sings in honor of Jim Anderson. 4 - DAVTE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday. May 5. 2016 DAVTE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 5,2016 - 5 Mocksville Earns Title For 23rd Year Mocksville was named a Tree City USA for the 23rd year by the Arbor Day Foundation and North Caro- ^ lina and the U.S. Forest Ser- Mocksville and N.C. Forestry Service officials join Mocksville Elementary students in planting trees along the new greenway vice- in the town's Rich Park.Mocksville is one of 85 cities and towns in North the greenway. The remain- and one of more dcr will be planted later in the year. Carolina than 3,400 in the nation to e this mcognitioi Tree City USA began as held Friday, April 22 i 1976 Bicentennial project .Rich Park. Assisting we Mocksville Elei entaryand now is celebrating thei 40th year. The program is School Guidance Counselor a partnership between the Billie Wylde with the fourth •-'-•'- and grade leadership students, Day MocksviHc Woman's Club, N.C. Foi the National Arbor Foundation. The National Jonathan Keai League of Cities and the US NC Forestry Division, May- Conference of Mayors are or Will Marklin. C< co-sponsors. Forty dogwood trees e planted in Mocksville. During on Arbor Day celebration, 19 trees were planted in Rich Park along sioner Brent Ward, Town Manager Christine Brnlley, Mocksville Public Works Dept., and Keiscy David- son with Mocksville Town Hall: Students pose with the Tree City banner with Jonathan Kearns with the forestry service, Mayor Will Marklin and board member. Brent Ward. Locals Have Fun At MerleFest Saturday, May 14 8 am.-noon Holy Family Catholic Church 4820 Kinnamon Rd, Clerhmons boohjioiathald 6- Hindi more! Lots of Davie Cou residents attended the annual MerleFest music festival in Wil- kesboro last week- end, including Lake Carver, 6, at right. The Cornatzer' El- ementary student plays the fiddle on the dance stage ac- companied by Larry Skipper, music structor. Above left, festival volunteer Frankie Vogler of Ad- vance relaxes with a plate of food while listening to the Steep Canyon Rangers. Above, Marty Cline of Harmony takes a break from walking the grounds. At Yadtel, -ji_L_±j3l .. (buy the phone you wan Phone with contract (pay less for the phone you want) Everyone who signs up for Y-Mobile gets a free accessory or $25.00 Yadtel gift card* • Limited Time Off or; tee store for detain Yadtel Telecom • 13361 Mil MM Members of the Davie Community Band rehearse on Sunday for Saturday's performance at Junker's Mill, opening up entertainment for the Daniel Boone Family Festival. -.1 Band Features Musicians Of All Ages The Davie County Community Band will per- form twice this May. The band will perform .at the Daniel Boone Fam- ily FestivaJ at noon on Sat- urday, May 7 at Junker's Mill in Downtown Mocks- ville. The band will host its first "Movie in the Park" performance on Saturday, May 21. Bring lawn chairs or blankets. The band will perform at 7:30 pjn. in Rich Park, Shelter 2. After the performance. a movie will be shown. Ad- mission is free. Donations will be accepted, and there will be some concessions available. Visit littps:// sites.google.com/site/dc- cammumtyband or do a Google search of Davie County Community Band to find out more about the event and the movie. To help sponsor the band, contact Sean Nel- son at nclsons@davie. kl2.nc.us) or Jason Cart- er (carterjw@davie.k 12. nc.ua). Members of the Davie Community Band include, from left: front - Courtney Neely, Maggie Mills, Ja- net Taylor, Kamya Latten, Hannah Gallimore; middle - CJ Dwiggins, Dayanna Neely, Riley Martens, Cliff Ingram, Victoria Jones; and back - Shannon Niland, Jason Carter (co-director), Sean Nelson (co-director). Festival.., The Davie Community Band Co-Directors Jason Carter, Sean Nelson Flute Ruthanna Burton, Maggie Mille Clarinet Hannah Gallimore, Kamya Latten, Janet Taylor, Jessica Yarborough Bass Clarinet Dayanna Neely Atto Sax Riley Martens Tenor Sax Crystal McDaniel Trumpet CJ Dwiggins, Courtney Neely, Shannon Niland FHorn . Krista Smith Trombone Victoria Jones Baritone Cliff Ingram Tuba John Gallimore Bass Guitar Shannon Niland Continued From Page 1 The outdoor Junker's Mill stage will feature en- tertainment beginning at noon with the Davie County Community Band. The band will be fol- lowed on stage by Michael Decker, a magician who specializes in entertaining children. At 2 p.m., the Flying Saucers hit the stage, play- ing Motown songs and hits from the 60s. At 4 p.m., it's contest time. Sign up to take a fro- zen t-shirt, unfold it and put it on. The winner gets a prize, as docs the best wig- gling in a Hula-Hoop. Entry fee is $5. and proceeds go to the Relay for Life, look for Ihe booth on the way down Depot Street to the stage. The Mystery Hillbillies bring their rockabilly and western swing sounds to the stage at 5 p.m. Country singer and re- cording anist Tammie Davis headlines the day's enter- tainment. She is scheduled to begin playing at 6:30 p.m. There is no admission for any of the entertainment. Seating is limited, so bring a chair to enjoy a day of free music and fun. Food and beverages will be available. No coolers are allowed. ielboonefamilyfestivaljcom. Plant Sales Friday, Saturday Do you have gardening fever? Help with the cure at two plant sales this weekend in •{ Mocksville. > The Davie County Master Gardeners will hold their annual plant sale Friday. May 6, 8 a.m.-l p.m. in in the ' parking lot of 232 S. Main St., Downtown Mocksville. Prices range from .50-53 with the exception of a few un- j usual plants. Atlas gloves and Longneeker garden trow- J els will also be available. Proceeds are used to fund pro}- ; ects in Davie County; as well as a scholarship program given to a Davie High School senior each year. Contact Pam Jones, Extension horticulture agent, at i 753-6100. • The Mocksville Garden Club will have its booth : in the usual spot on Main Street near Restaurant 101 at the Daniel Boone Family Festival Saturday. May 7. Al- , most all of the plants are from member gardens/yards. Purchases help support a scholarship for a Davie High senior as well as community projects. Look for the Mocksville Garden Club banner. (Back row from left to right) Amanda Crqnfill. 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F Land "lYansfers The following land trans- fers were filed with the Davie Register of Deeds, enn listed by-parties involved. ington.Sno acreage, township and deed - Batangas Consultant; to stamps purchase!!, with $2 MruyJJ.BuslO condommt- representing every $1,000. - Charles T. Taylor and Deborah D.Taylor to Jacob Mort gage Corp D. Taylor, 1 lot. Farming- ton, $280. - True Homes to Herman _ . M. Lopez and Natalee J. Lo- Kunberiy Houston to Carl PCZ- Mteharf09Brenner and Stolz. 5 acres, Farmington. Dawn Robertson. 22. of Ad- Wendy H. Brenner to An- n, Farmington, $170. - Federal Home Loan j Franklin Brent Smith and Gina Mat- thews Smith, 1.19 acres. - Erik A. Justen and _ jmberly H. Justen to W. Stolz and Victoria R.T. •ere is- iued marriage licenses by. the Davie Register of Deeds. - Joaquin Grande An- tunez, 27, and Nelly Cnta- lina Colon Chegue, 34, of Winslon-Salcm. - Edwin Leonardo Le- mus Guerra, 23, and Karol YuvixaAroche Meda,23,of Winston-Salem. bell vs. Betty S. Simmons, divorce. - Jade Leah Roby vs. Demillion Ralph Roby Jr.. Mocksville, failure to ap- pear in court. divi charged May 1 with fight- ing. Trial dale: June 2. r _ - Garrett James Mat- May 1: Hunter Scott, 17. thews, 19, of Edgcwood of Prevcttc Road, Mocks- nircle, was cited April 28 ville, larceny of— u:~'- Bank vs. Kei-Di: dra Dawn Riddle, collection on account, $7.033.85. :hel Faith Hami for trespassing with wheel vehicle. Trial date: May 12. - Dillon Randall Bright, ihicle. May 2:"chris Lathrop. 32. of LaQuinta Dr., Ad- vance, assault on female. John Richard Pawley, 21, of Milling Road, protec-charged April 28 ' passing with fo ith t - David P. Crocker todrew F. Bognanno and Ginu , . L.Matteson,llot,Farmmg- Le« Mane Dowell a., 7fin Michael A. Dowell, 1 lot. - Faith'B. Harris and Farnung.on .$370. Henry F. Harris, Kathy B. ' RoSer *-«* ^cNew Jr. Boger and Ricky W. Boger, Jerry T. Barnes and Melin- domestic viole live order. - Robert Daniel Brown- hide. Trial date: May 12. - Bradley Allen Ricl, 23, inE **- Brittany Ann Foster - Scan Austin Wood, 21, of Mocksville, and Rebecca Browning, divorce.- Kclia Sheree Cruz-Guz- man vs. Luis Daniel Cruz-Guzman, di' Sheriff's Dept. The following are from Davic County Sheriff's De- partment reports. April 25: injury " - Joshua Lee Gupton, 23, and Allison Macken- zie Lambert, 23, both of Mocksville. - - - - Edward Pennington >d Marguerite Clari^Mc- Kimballi44i0fwinston-Sa- New to Thomas L. Sr. andP.un.laJ. Bu Boose, 25.14 acres, $503. - Poore Substitute Trust- ee to Deutsche Bank Na- tional Trust, 3 lots, Mocks- ville.$108. - IH2 Property TRS 2 to ARLP RED VII, 1 tract, Mocksville, $535. -Vicki Taylor Wilson and J°™ Rickcyt Sain Wilson, (l/3rd Grove, $320. interest)Patsy Rhodes Tay- lor (l/3rd interest) to Lu- ther Lee Taylor, 4.S acres, Clarksville,$20. - Evariste O. Martii s 2 Dana Jones Foster, John Rockford Miller and Linda Miller,, Patricia Lynn Mill- er blevins, Steven Franklin Forrest and Phyllis Forrest, and Barry Keith Forrest and Donna H. Forrest to George Randall Foster and Dana Foster, 4 tracts. Shady - PSC Development to RS Parker Homes, 1 lot. Shady Grove, $75. - Robert H. Dixon Jr. and Jill C. Dixon to Jill C. Dix- and Erin Elizabeth Whitaker, 29, of Mocks- ville. - Danny Blane Winters, 56, o£ Mocksville, and RhondaTCay Turner, 53, of Clemmons. - Blair Anne Gibson. 22, of Mocksville, and Jordan Allan Younts, 25. of Lex- ington. - David Thomas Warner, 31, and Krystal Ann Car- penter, 28, of Advance. - Paul Keith Robertson, i Hill, 51, - Sean Ausi of Park Ave., was charged pr^erty. Cemetery St., April 28 with trespassing Mocksvi|le; iarecny of with a four-wheel vehicle. d Bricr Creek Roadi Ad_ Trial date: May 12. va|)CC. lareenyi us 501 S.t - Danny Nunn vs. Chris- - David Howard Bean, Mocksvine. |arceny Casa Nunn, domestic vio- 20, of Buck Seaford Road, BeUa Dri\c Advance- dis protective order._ was charged April 28 with turbnncCi s; Sa\isbur^ St.. trespassing with a four- MocksviUc; shoPHftinfi. wheel vehicle. Trial date: us ^ Advance; feio. Ma>" 12' ny larceny. Peoples Creek- Dylan Wayne Stumbo. Road Advftncc- lnrce of 24, of Richie Road, was ce,, liQne Ub Road> charged April 28 with tres- MocksviUc. marijuana pos- passing with a four-wheel vehicle. Trial date: May 12. - Christine Dill Eagle, - Danny Nunn vs. Chris- tina Nunn, domestic vio- lence protective order. - Robin Nunn vs. Wil- liam "Frankie" Tatum and Jessica Ferry, custody. - Courtney Anders vs. Chuck Oxendine, domestic violence protective order. - Gregory Edward Bar- 35, of YadkinviUe Road, reniine vs. Stephanie D. was charged April 30 with Lockhart, custody. two counts of obtaining - Shi Credit Ui - vase . Jessica Lynn Toney and on, 1 parcel. Shady G, Jonah Lee Pearcy, 1 lot, - _Joh^ w- McGe"' *"-'--••• — '---Pearcy, Mocksville. $257. - Jimmy D. Swaim to Jon M. Goode and Am- ber Goode, 1 tract, Fulton, $107. - Christopher Todd Jones and as executor of estate of Eleanor F. Jones, and Jen- nifer Jones, and David Mi- chael Jones and Kelly J< to Douglas Paul Hanes Jennifer R.. -H*ou. -L Farmlngton, $896. - Marceleen Bodsford to Martha Naylor, Mark Bods- ford and K. Andrew Bods- ford, I lot, Mocksville. - Patricia Ellen Hain lo Patricia E. Hain and Wyn- na H. George as trustees, 2 tracts. - Christopher M. Bailey to Wendi Lee Smith, 1 lot, Shady Grove, $260. - Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to US Land Developments, I lot. Mocksville. - Anita K. Booe and Dan- iel Terry to Juanita M. Cope (51%) and Anita K. Booe (49%), 1 lot, Farmington, $151. - Larry Milton Tutterow Marsha P. Tutterow •s. Karen De- e Freeman, contract. - Smith Excavating vs. Benton-Georgia, money owed, $56,591.83. - Mark Andrew Hensdale vs. Jane Flynn Hensdnlc, di- - William David Hens- ley vs. Paula Clyde Money Hensley, absolute divorce. - Aashley Daltor Federal property by false pretense. 54, and Dora Jai of Mocksville. - Jonathan Aaron Dwig- gins, 27, of Lexington, and Shelby Jean Karriker, 25, of Mocksville. Benjamin Lewis Hawotte, 36, and Freedom Hancs Martin, 4O. of Clem- mons. - Benjamin Ray Lagle, 24, and Jesica Kalen Per- kins, 22, of Mocksville. - Justin Alexander Akers,er and Pamela L. Charles. 2 3Q and A ie Maric M(J_ - ^ 4™«, ««»™. tracts. Farmmgton. Farland,37,of Mocksvillc. vs" M.chael Edward Wil- - Lawrence B. Driver and as executor of estate of Pol- . ld ly Mitchell Foster, and Lau- ClVll Lawsuits *. rie .C. Driver to .Roger Bo- The following civil law- ger Jr. and Amand«~Boger,8 lots, Jerusalem, $145. - Donald Wilshe and Sucllcn Wilshe to James ildate: May 12. Arrests The following rested by the Davi Sheriff's Department. April 25: Javier Cisne- 2 County , US 158, Adv assault, injury to property, Wilson Trail. Mocksville; domestic dispute, Fred La- nier Road. Mocksville. - April 26: assault. Pep- perstone Drive, Mocks- ville; possession controlled substances. 1-40; domestic dispute. Pineville Road, Mocksville; misuse of 911, S. Angcll Rond, Mocksville; assault on child under 12, Dawn McGee to James W. McMinn Jr. and Michelle S. McMinn, 1 lot, Farmington; $74O. - Ross C. Looser, succes- sor trustee to Ross C. Loes- , 25, of Etchiston St., Jesse King Road. Advance; Mocksville, non support of injury to property. Cherry child; Anthony Douglas, Hill Road, Mocksville; as- 41, of YadkinviUe Road, Mocksville, violation of court order; Jacob Hawks. Anthony Fitzgerald Butler, ,? Qf Bner Creek Road custody. Advance failure to appear - Margaret Lisa Poole vs. in ^^ christian Flood> bllry Franklin Hamngton, 2(>7*Jf Wiiwton-Satam-.fwe- poes- III, domestic tective order. - Ford M violence pro- sault inflicting injury, com- municating threats, S. Davic Drive, Mocksville; larce- ny. Liberty Church Road, Mocksville; larceny, Salis- id, Mocksville, muijuaniwSalis- account.lard, collection $4371.69. - Discover Bank vs. Carl Edwin Anderson, collection on account, $1O,O44.9O. - Tanner Jordan Lowe vs. Manda Gail Lowe, domestic violence protective order. were filed with the Da- vie Clerk of Court. - Kristen Marie West vs. Jeremy Dean West, divorce, L. Shilkoff and Andrea C. custody. Mocksville Police Qhillfi-ifF S *il ar-rfi $R1O - State Employees Cred- „Shilkoff,5.5I acres,SSJU. HJ -y^ foiiowing are ft - Hugo M. Murillo and « Union vs. Kevin Mau- Mockaville poUce Depart. Laura G. Rose to Zebulon "'''' ! "w;!" (-"ll''['"<1" "» Craig Carter, 1 lot, Farm- ington, $268. - Robert J. Landry owed,$ 13,600.62.' - Wilda C. Spalding v l> S. Landry to An- English Construction, c/o drew W. Backus and Amy J. Jnmes p- Kcnt- registered Backus, 1 lot, Farmington, agent, negligence. $832 - Wells Fargo Bank, vs. - Wallace J. Duhart-and ^son M. Mitchell, collec- Selena K. Duhart to Pamela tion on account, $11 ,5 12.82. Stafford and Teddy Stafford, - Virginia Stone Williams 1 lot,Farmineton.$500. vs- Joseph Ryan Williams, - Tr R. Hende: Hendei to Eric K Tutterow, 2.23 Federal National Mortgag. acres, Calahaln, $26. Assoc., 1 lot, Farmington - John Randal Bailey, successor trustee to Renee len Properties H, 1 Lynne Przelski, S acre. ment reports. - A domestic disturbance was reported May 1 at an apartment on Sunset Drive. Someone ordered $76.76 worth of items from Dominos, Valley Road, and iolation; Zacha- bury Road, Mocksviiie. ry Peklo, 27, of Grey St., April 27: identity theft, Credit Co. Mocksville, failure to ap- obtaining properly by false pear in court. pretense,Sain Road.Mocks- April 26: Chastity Spry, ville; marijuana possession, 22, of Main Church Road Salisbury Road, Mocksville; Extension, Mocksville, damage to property. Dance failure to appear in court; Hall Road, MocksviUe; Bobby Roseman, 43. of Mi- communicating thi chaels Road, Mocksville, Elmore Road, Mi obtaining property by false pretense; Cara Jones, 18, of Newton, possession Sched- ule IV and VI controlled substances, possession with intent to sell or deliv- er Schedule IV controlled :ksville; threats, Oakdale Circle, Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Grant Trail, Mocksville; damage to property, Salisbury Road, Mocksville. April 28: assault, Admill bstance, possession mari- Way, Mocksvillc; brcakir juana paraphernalia; Emily and entering, Milling Road, Mocksville; communicat- ngton,$500. v^- Joseph Ry: Homes to Scott child support md Andra E. n, 1 lot, $468. * E. Abernathy ti - Allen S, Goslen to Gos- :ondo- minium. Ft $166 - Prime Mortgage Trust - Secretary of Housing to Harold Wilkes, L.08 and Urban Development lo - Erika Poplin vs. Mi- chael Graver, domestic vio- lence protective order. - Jessica Lynn Mentloza vs. Roger Dale Coltrane, domestic violence protec- tive order. - Branch Banking & Trust Co. vs.Tessa R. Ham- .cres, Mocksville, $71. $8,894.90. Ronald Gray Jones, 2 tracts, - ^illip Miller to Joshua - Autur Mocksville. - Leslia Sanchez and Victor Sanchez to Jennifer Painter and'Ryan Painter, 1 lot, Mocksville, $269. - Steven L. Berry and Linda Lee Berry to Michael $350. J. McCleary and Susan E. - Mary Sue Grace McCleary, I lot, Mocks- Benjamin Callaway, 1 lot, business as Fulton, $290. Mocksville vs. Donna Jones - Donald Lee Berrier Jr. and Marty Jones, contract, and Jennifer Beam Berrier - Amy Bolmer vs. Kate- to Nigel P. Lowe and Ruth lyn Joyce Bolmer, minor A. Lowe, 1 lot. Farmington, settlement. - CACH vs. Nanette L. Fielding, collection on ac- Habitat for Humanity of count, $13,991.21. Davie County. 1 lot. Mocks- - Angelina Herman Cook vjjle_ vs. Marc Brandon Cook, - John Ryan Patrick and custody, attorney fees. Candies Padrick to Issac Lee - Mary Louise Mar- Stockton and Lacey Dan- tin-Lau vs. Bruce Edward ielle Stockton, 1 lot. Mocks- Bums, 30, of Wilson Trail, Mocksville, trespassing; ing threats, Hodsons MPH, Chad Viars, 42, of Jesse Advance; breaking and en- did not come by to pick up King Road, Advance, as- tering. Dance Hall Road, and pay for them. sault on a child under age Mocksville; larceny. Pep- - A domestic disturbance 12; James Myers. 38, of S. perstone Drive, Mocksvillc; was reported April 30 at a Angell Rd., Mocksvillc, residence on Hollow Hill misuse of 911 system; Paula Court. Stinnett, 44, of Craigsville, - A trespasser was riding W.Va., injury to property. a four wheeler on the sewer April 27: Joseph King, line property off Campbell 24, of Hank Lesser Road, Road, it was reported April Mocksville, non support 29. of child; Steven Saunder, -A man reported April 29 35, of Pine Forest Lane, he was threatened on North Mocksville, obtaining prop- ing and em Main Street in downtown. erty by false pretense, lar- to property, Primi - The larceny of compul- ceny; - Shaylena Daniels, Advance; di er equipment from a resi- 35, of Pine Forest Lane, dence off Sunset Drive was Mocksvillc, obtaining prop- erty by false pretense, lar- ceny; Dustin Baker, 21, of Harmony, communicating threats. April 28: Derrick Smoot, 37, of Winston-Salem. driv- ing while license revoked; Lora Gardner, 46, of Spring- wood Trail, Mocksville, cyberstalking, trespassing, domestic violence preven- tion order violation; Bobby Sweat, 43, of Sweat Trail. Mocksvillc, possession of set Drive was reported April 26. - A trespasser was report- ed April 25 at Willow Pond . Apartments. - A forklift was driven into a metal support beam at ville, $476. - Federal Home Loan R' Mortgage Corp. to Faye M. Cobb, Tgolfdominium, Farmington. - Stephen C. Bailey and G. Hatzes; Marc B. Cook; Jane W. Bailey to Neil E. Naiasha W. Brown; Erin L. Asfaton and Kimberly D. Mabe; Joseph Ashton, I lot, Farmington. Sr« Michael Dalton; Freder- S58O, ick E- Cothran; Dewayne E. - George Timothy Smith Collins; David D. Hzrgra. to Murmon Marcus Moore Sr_; Christopher M. Roberts; Jr.andUsaLeeMoore.2.16 BUIyB.Peny. acres. Farmingion.S434. - James Robert Camp- Bailey Street, causing an es- timated $250,000 damage, it was reported April 25. - The larceny of items from Dollar Tree, Cooper Creek Drive, was reported April 25. - A trespasser was report- ed April 25 at WalMart. - A dog got inside a gate and attacked another dog on Applegate Court, it identity theft, McDaniel Road, Advance; possession stolen vehicle. Sweat Trail, Mocksville; arson, Elmore Road. Mocksville; access- Mocksville; breaking, enter- ing and larceny, Rivcrdale Road, Mocksville; break- se Road, Advance; disturbance. Marginal St., Coolcemce; domestic disturbance, Joe Road, Advance. April 30: communicat- ing threats, US 64 E7John Crotts Road, Mocksville; injury to property, trespass- ing, Swicegood St., Cool- eemee; assault on female, NC 801 S., Advance; tres- passing, County Line Road, Harmony; disturbance, Howardiown Road. Mocks- ville; breaking and entering, Joe Road. Mocksville; at- :mptcd breaking tering, Beauchamp Road, April 29: David Taylor, Advance; child custody 47, of Clemmons, injury to dispute, Farmington Road, property; Wanda Eudy, 57. Mocksville; child custo- of Admill Way. Mocksville, dy dispute. Angell Road, assault. Mocksville; assault/child April 30: Ronald Wood, abuse, Clayton Dr.. Mocks- 39, of Avon St.. Mocksville. ville; larceny. NC 8O1 N.. :_.—:—iied. and disruptive. Bermuda Run. iunicating threats; May 1: disturbance, NC II, divorce. - Tonya Sue Griffin issell Gray Griffin, di- -orce. - Davie Social Services •s., child support: Nicholas P°ned APnl M-' ' Arrests - Tony Lashay Gad- E. Cregar, son. 23. of Jerusalem Ave.. Cooleernce. was charged May 1 with driving without Wren Moffitt. 26. of Shag. 801 N". Bcmuda t _ insurance and driving while gy Bark Lane. Advance, turbance Granada Dr" Ad license revoked. Trial date: possession of drag para- vance: injury to pniertv" Jul>' }- phernalia. failure to appear Underpasi Road. Advance-' - James Stephen Barber, in court: Nicholas Teasley. larceny of vehicle Prevette 21. of Stone Wood Road, Road, Mocksville.32, of Hardison St.. District Court The following cases were disposed of during Davie District Court. Presiding: Judge Wayne L. Michael. Prosecuting: Kaitlyn Jones and Pearce Dougan, assis- tant DAs. - Tony Ray Anthony, operating vehicle with no insurance, no license, driv- ing/allowing vehicle to be driven with no registration, dismissed. - Rustyn Darrell Barber, simple possession schedule VI controlled substance, possession of drug para- phernalia, judgment entered due to failure to complete conditions of deferred pros- ecution, credit for communi- ty service. - Jessica Irene Bobbin, no taillight, driving while li- cense revoked not DWI, pqs- scssion/display of altered/ ficiitious/revoked license, operating vehicle with no insurance, dismissed. - Milton Albert Bonilla. resisting public officer, sec- ond degree trespass, pos- session of marijuana para- phernalia, simple possession schedule VI controlled sub- stance, dismissed. - Michael Anthony Bos- ton, speeding 83 in a 70, possession/display of al- tcrcd/nctitious/revoked li- cense, dismissed; driving while license revoked DWI revocation, prayer for judg- ment continued, cost. - Brittany Jo Brown, sim- ple assault, dismissed. - Jordan Douglas Brown, shoplifting concealment of goods, prayer for judgment continued, cost, $29.26 res- titution to Wai Mart. - Diane Renee Buck, sim- ple assault, dismissed. - Don Caulder, assault on a female, state's motion to continue denied, dismissed. - Ronnie Lee Coble, driv- ing while license revoked not DWI, reduced to failure to notify DN1V of nddreM change, $25, cost. - Shan a Brianne Crotts, consuming alcohol by per- son 19/20, prayer for judg- ment continued, cost. - Edgar Cuanas, speeding 54 in a 35. reduced to 44 in a 35. S25. cost. - Eric Alan Dixon. allow- ing dog to run at large in city, dismissed. - Cameron Blake El- lis, improperly burning non-vegetative refuse, cost. - Vickie Lynn Ferguson, misdemeanor larceny, sec- ond degree trespass, dis- missed; second degree tres- pass, prayer for judgment continued, cost, not be on WalMart property. - Lcticia G. Fernandez, speeding 42 in a 25, reduced to improper equipment. $75, cost; no license, dismissed. - Christian W. Rood,con- suming alcohol, show cause, in violation - criminal con- tempt, sentenced to time served, $197 JO attorney fee; possession of drug para- phernalia, $60, cost. - Warren C. Foster, pos- session of marijuana par- aphernalia, dismissed; possession of marijuana of marijuana more than one-half lo one and one-half ounces, deferred prosecu- tion. 12 months supervised probation, 40 hours com- munity service, obtain sub- stance abuse assessment, cost, $20 jail fee. review in six months, if all conditions are completed, probation can be terminated. - Bobby B. Franker, - Nikki Anne Geraci, shoplifting concealment of goods, prayer for judgment continued, cost, $29.88 res- titution to Wai Mart. - William Aaron Goad, motions, release money to defendant. Craig Lcnnie Hair- sion, DWI, sentenced to 6O days, suspended 18 months. vice, obtain substance abuse assessment/treatment, sur- render driver's license, not licensed by DMV. $1OO. cost, $280 attorney fee; hit/ run leaving scene after caus- ing property damage, dis- Rachel Faith Ham- mcl, DWI, sentenced to 6O days, suspended 18 months, vice, credit for substance abuse ' assessment/follow treatment, surrender driver's license, not operate motor vehicle until licensed by DMV, limited driving priv- ilcge/$lOO fee. $100, cost. $IOO DWI fee. Shequita N. Har- gravc, motions, defendant not in court, motion with- drawn. Robert M. Hast- ings, injury to real property, sentenced to 120 days, sus- pended 18 months, not be on property of any Days Inn, $25, cost, $300 restitution to Days Inn, $197.50 attorney fee, $210 jail fee; misde- meanor larceny, carrying a concealed weapon, commu- nicating threats, dismissed. Joshua Wayne Hayes, misdemeanor larce- ny, sentenced to 20 days, not be on property of Wai Mart, cost, $1 15 attorney fee. - Lori Ann Hayes, misdc- - Phyllis R. Hudspeth. simple assault, dismissed. - Austin Gray Kiger, pos- session of fortified wine/ liquor/mixed beverage un- der age 21, sentenced to 45 days, suspended 18 months. obtain substance abuse as- sessment, cost, $170 at- probation violation out of county, probation terminat- ed unsuccessfully. - Kathy Marie Kiger. speeding 86 in a 55. dis- missed; reckless driving to endanger, $300, cost. - Corey Scott Lewis, two counts possession of mar- ijuana paraphernalia, pos- session of marijuana up to one-half ounce, simple possession schedule VI con- trolled substance, failure to stop at red light, driving/al- lowing vehicle to be driven with no registration, reck- lesa driving to endanger. expired registration, failure to notify DMV of address change, simple possession schedule II controlled sub- stance, simple possession schedule IV controlled sub- stance, dismissed; DWI, sentenced to 60 days, sus- pended 18 months, 24 hours community service, obtain substance abuse assessment/ treatment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until li- censed, $100, cost, $390 at- torney fee. - Stephinc B. Massey, as- cial/cmploycc. sentenced to time served, cost. $225 at- torney fee; resisting public officer, dismissed. - Ronnie Joseph Moffitt. reckless driving-wanton dis- regard, dismissed. - William Eugene Moody, driving while license re- voked DWI revocation, prayer for judgment contin- ued, cost. - Marvin A. Morales, dog/ cat/ferret vaccination, viola- tion of public nuisance law. dismissed. - Lee McLean Neville, unlawfully passing emer- gency/public service ve- hicle, prayer for judgment continued, cost. - Armando Peroz Or- tiz, following too closely, dismissed; driving while license revoked DWI revo- cation, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change, $25. cost. - Aniccto Beizn Perez, motions, money to be re- leased to owner. - Jesse Wayne Perkins, consuming alcohol by per- son under age 19, 10 counts injury to personal property, making false report to po- lice station, dismissed; two counts injury to personal property, sentenced to 30 days, suspended 18 months, sessment, $695 restitution to victims, $50, cost, $252-50 - Traci Boome Pless. sim- ug parapher- ;ed, deferred prosecutic plcted. - Sham ceny by c in L. Pratt, lar- iployee, deferred prosecution. 40 hours com- munity service, cost. - Brad Franklin Priest, motions, vehicle forfeiture. - Cory Prince, misde- - Marshal M. Putnam, simple possession schedule VI controlled substance, dis- missed; possession of drug paraphernalia. S25. cost, ev- idence ordered destroyed. shoplifting concealment of goods, $25,cost. - Sean Patrick Regan, fic- titious/nltered title/registra- tion, dismissed, motion for appropriate relief granted. - Jared M. Ridenhour, speeding 63 in a 50, reduced to improper equipment, S25, cost. - Frank Preston Rob- erts, expired registration, expired/no inspection, dis- missed; DWI. sentenced to 6O days, suspended 18 months, one day active, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow ' treat- ment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until li- censed. $100, cost; reckless driving to endanger, open container after consuming alcohol, dismissed. - Brenda Hairc Royal, failure to reduce speed, dis- missed. - L. Quiierio-Santiago, speeding 56 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. - Chastity Leigham Spry, misdemeanor probation vi- olation, after serving eight days active, probation will - Thomas Avery Tilley. motions, vehicle forfeiture. - William A. Tuttle. cy- berstalking. prayer forjudg- ment continued, cost, have no contact with victim un- less for child. - Jessica E. Vanalmen, mis dri while license revoked DWI re- days, suspended 18 months, not operate vehicle until li- censed; expired/no inspec- tion, operating vehicle with no insurance, give/lend/bor- row license plate, expired - Stephen Eugene Ver- dismtssed, slate's motion to ing witness not in court. - Austin Thomas Wil- liams, resisting public of- ficer, sentenced to time served, cost, jail fee; con- suming alcohol by person 19/20. dismissed. - Matthew Shane Win- ters, breaking or entering, communicating threats, in- jury to personal property, dismissed, state's motion to ing witness not in court. - William T. 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However, once the in- dividual at the governor's office indicated there might be something that could be done, the officers provided their names and the Mocks- ville department. It was in- dicated that the SB1 be contacted. A week after the er, Mcdlin and Di would ;all to Learn More About Courthouse Work At May 17 Meeting Fuller Architecture and house at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday Davie County will reveal May 17 at the courthouse, plans for the upcoming pro- Contact Davie Devel- posed exterior renovations opmcntal Services or visit to the Davie County Court- wwwjiavi&countync^ov. were fired on the same day. The officers allege that the sheriff was made aware of the call, which resulted in their termination. Elliot said the result of the termination has caused a great deal of suffering for the officers and their fami- lies, and "we will be asking you (the jury) to compen- siiie them." Defense attorney Patrick Flanagan in his opening statement called the reason for termination a "theory." He said there would be no evidence that Cook or Town Manager Christine Bralley knew about the call to the governor's office. "These folks have been steadfast in their actions and statements that before the firings, they did not know about the call to the gover- nor," Flanagan told the jury. "It's a theory thai they were fired due to the phone call but you will not see any evi- dence mat they knew." Flanagan said what the jury will hear is that Chief Cook had issues with the officers in the fall of 2011. Cook felt the department needed restructuring Hunter was moved out supervisory position. Following staten* Mcdlin was the first wit and of 2009 about some of the if a issues. In the letter Mcdlin noted that he has concerned nts. about illegal behavior on less the part of two Other officers ished high s Serving Davie County for over 40 years called lo the stand by attor- ney Robert Elliot. A native of Davie County. Mcdlin testified he joined the Army Re: a year beft lool. but came b; his GED follow his service. He comple the Basic Law Enforcement Training Program in 2002 and started with the Davie sheriff's department as a patrol officer in 2003. He requested a move lo school resource officer because he liked working with young people and thought this was an opportunity lo have an impact on students making positive choices. "1 accepted a position with the Mockville Police Department in 2006 as a patrol officer after being ap- proached about the job by Chief Cook." he said. "In 2008 1 was promoted to de- tective. Major (Ken) Hunter approached me and said he had been following my progress and was impressed ;md that he had a spot open." Medlin earned the .Meri- torious Service Award for his efforts in the apprehen- sion of a serial bank robber who was one of the most 1484 Hwy. 64 West, Mocksville, NC 336-751-3372 Our services include: ^ 24/7 Emergency Care >• Cardiac Rehab >• Cardiology >• Eye Center ^ Gastroenterology ^- Imaging *• Lab Collection *• Neurology /anted -finals the and the fact that they were allowed to resign rather than face any charges. The letter detailed con- cerns about Cook's drinking and driving, and the public perception of this behavior. He nolcd lhai there were people working other jobs while on the clock for the police department and that he felt the department was falling well short of its po- lential. Medlin wrote that he would like to see the depart- ment restored to the place it had been but that it would take a lot of work and some- one with the right mindset and moral character. "Did you have a chance to talk to Bralley about ihe letter." Elliot asked. "1 did. We talked and she look notes." "Did she ever follow up with you on what she did?" the attorney asked. "No," Mcdlin replied. "Did you have any inter- action with Chief Cook after that?" Medlin replied that he later received a memo dat- ed Aug. 6 from Cook stat- ing that he (Mcdlin) was to close or hand off any re- maining cases by Aug. 1O as he was going back to patrol. "When I asked the chief why this was happening, he said 1 wasn't the officer I used to be and 1 was asking people to do things for rrie." Medlin filed a griev- ance, at which point he was informed by Cook that this wasn't a demotion, but rath- er a transfer. "I showed him the letter I received when I moved to detective. It was listed as a promotion. I definitely saw this (move back to patrol) as a demotion. 1 saw it as re- taliation for my letter to the town manager." Subsequently, Bralley intervened, and Mcdlin was reinstated as a detective. Also entered into evi- dence was Medlin's per- sonnel file. Asked if there was anything in the file of fi\ disciplinary nature, his re- sponse was "No, there was never anything about any deficiencies." Judge Thomas Schroedcr ended the day at 5:30 and Mcdlin was to be back on the stand the following day (Tuesday). The plaintiff's anticipate between 18 and 25 witnesses, including ex- perts in the area of econom- ics , police procedure and psychology. The defense indicated they plan to call some 1O DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 5,2016 - 9 Medlin testified he was proud to be a member of the department, and felt it was growing and could be one of the best in ihe state. His at- titude about the department eventually changed and like concerned about ' Cook's leadership. Robert Elliot then asked Medlin about a letter he had written to Bralley in June Tax... Continued From Page 1 that every April, county commissioners can change the method of sales tax dis- tribution - an ad valorem method or a per capita meth- od. 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The company plans to bring 15 new jobs to Davie County, and is hir- ing eight general warehouse aspx). The Lexington center provides warehousing and distribution services to 4O eluding Intercon Furniture. A- America, and Legends Furniture. The Mocksville site will provide storage Furniture's Ston &. Leigh youth furniture 1 ne as well as other mnnufac urers. "We were ha ing grow- ing pains," sa d Chuck Nance, Shelba D. Johnson Trucking's logistics man- ager. "Our 700,000 square foot distribution center in needed a place to expand." Joe Wade, president and owner of Shelba D.Johnson Trucking, is amazed at how quickly their warehousing operation has grown. "We started a small warehousing operation in High Point for a customer 7-8 years ago, and won- lill the 65 ,OOO square feet of space." lie said. "Six months later it was full. We opened a second distribution center in Lexington, and after two expansions, it is now also full," "In order to keep up with demand, we needed addi- liond space." Wade added. "We found the perfect prop- erty to meet our needs in Davic County, and the own- ers were great lo work with, allowing us to lease half of the building and begin stor- ing product before the final closing. Half of the building is now full and we believe the rest is spoken for." dent of the Davie County Economic Commission, is pleased to welcome the business to Davie County. "Shelba D Johnson is really a rolling billboard up and down the highway, and we arc excited that they now have a Davie County to have another company bringing jobs and oppor- With an additional 30 acres purchased by the company for possible expansion, we look forward to continuing to grow together in the fu- Hcadquanered in Thorn- asville, Shelba D. Johnson has been in the furniture transportation and delivery industry for 30 years. The company has approximate- ly 4,OOO customers in 23 states and territories along the eastern seaboard of the United States, some mitl- westem stales and Texas. retail organizations as well as home decorators and "Mom and Pop" furniture stores. Shippers include the traditional furniture manufacturers. importers, marketers, internet entre- preneurs and contemporary Shelba D. Johnson Op- crates a fleet of more than 170 trucks and 550 trail- ers, including owner opera- tors, from its terminals in Thomasville and Archdale. Offering daily pick-up and delivery, the company's trucks will iravcl around 18 million miles this year. Healthy Pond Seminar May 16 Davie County has nu- pla( n-Toiis ponds that serve as atic i of recreation, relax- as well as irrigation. Ponds can be an asset i your quality of life until Making The Grade weeds, algae, scum, fish is- "Any one of these prob- lems can create an ugly. Davie Food Sanitation Ratings pond that s rcdui and take some of your valu- able money to correct the problems," said Phil Ruck- er. Extension agent in Davie County. Weed control is a lot like going to the doctor when you are sick. The doctor must know what is wrong before prescribing treat- ment. Same with weeds. There is no one product that cures all so know the weeds. This helps to get quicker more efficient control that On Monday. May 16. at the Extension Center, ISO S. Main St., Mocksville, a workshop will address many problems that face ponds. Starting at 7 p.m., participants will look at dif- ferent weeds, how to identi- fy them, why they occur and them. Learn why and when a pond may need fertilizing ;<•• well :is avoiding oxygen depletion issues. ^ pics for identification and —fc . ^^ m Jk • options for trying (o controlSubway Owner In Ads •^r-ir-c^ Extension Center. 753-6IOO He is a runner and enjoys by Friday, May 13 to re- military-style mud runs. serve a spot. 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Thnrsday, Mar 5.2016 John Fuller talks architecture with Korbin Smith; Dr. Darrin Hartness listens to Julie Sanchez; and Kathy Bokeno guides "shadow" students. DHS 'Shadows' Learn Careers From Rotary Members The Rotary Clubs o Mocksville and Hillsdal Dr. Chris Owens with Hunter Thurlo and Logan Sheets. represented by Rotarians in the clubs. The goal was to provide matches to the careers de- sired by the students. The day began with the students traveling to meet their mentor at his/her place of business. The student mentor to learn more about evaluate if this may be the path the student might want to lake moving forward. Student and mentors completed the shadowing by joining other participants and the members of Mocks- ville and Hillsdale clubs for lunch in the Energy United Education Center in Mocks- /ille. During the lunch,each a summary of their lime together and each student shared what they learned. "The morning proved to be a very valuable experi- ence to them as they begin said Mocksville Rotary public image chair, Gcna Taylor. Chris Owens, from the Hillsdale Rotary club, shared his belief in this pro- gram and encouraged the students to look to Davie County to begin their ca- reers after college. John Fuller echoed those comments and shared that he hopes that the Davie County Schools could col- program with local business and DHS students in the fu- Barbara Owens orga- nized this program and brought it to the forefront in 2015. Rotary International if. a world-wide organiza- members. committed to do- ing good in the world. The Mocksville and Hillsdale clubs are equally committed to doing good in the world and live by the motto of "Service Above Self." The clubs have placed hundreds of thousands ol dollars back into the com- munity to enhance the qual- ity of life. Mocksville and Hillsdale Rotary club members with their "shadows" from Davie High School. 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Thursday. May 5. 2O16 - BI Devereaux Sparks Big Inning For Softball By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record waited an awfully long time to flip the swilch at Mt. Tabor on April 26. The War Eagles look the suspense way too far in an eventual 8-1 win. The War Eagles trailed I -Q after two innings. They held a precarious 2-1 lead after six. You wondered how this game was close. The first meeting was an 11-0 yawner in Davie's favor. Davie has won 28 straight in the series. Tabor is 4-15 overall and 2-9 in the Central Piedmont Conference. Davie was coming off an impressive 8-7 win ranked fourth in the state in 4-A. "We definitely had an Alexander Central hangover," coach Dawn Lowery said. "We just didn't play with enough intensity or desire. It was a win but definitely not a victory for our team." Davie had to sweat it out despite reason for that: Davie stranded nine runners. In the bottom of the first. Ta- next batter plated the run with a sac ily. Tabor would have just four more base runners (two errors, two walks). Davie took a 2-1 lead in the third. McKcnzie Barneycastle bunted her way aboard and scored on an error. After Bridget! Tierney bunted for a hit , she scored on Anna Devcreaux's ground out. Davie wasted a great chance to bust it open in the sixth. Mak- enzie Smith walked, K'lea Parks doubled to put runners at second and third and Desirce Lewis was hit by a pitch with two outs. With the bases loaded, a strikeout by Rachel Whitaker. who threw 140 pitches and gave Tabor everything she could, kept the score 2-1 . At this point. Davie's heart the bus ride to Winston-Salem, it was unthinkable that it could lose this game. frustrating," Lowcry said. "We did not execute. We couldn't get it to click. We were very flat for most of the game. Tabor came out fired up for (its) Senior Night and played a great game." But in the top of the seventh, the War Eagles went from straining to score to blowing it open with dis- dain. The gap in talent was finally evident as Davie poured across six runs on four hits. With one out, Devereaux touched off the flurry of offense with a double. With two outs, Kate- lyn Webb singled home Devereaux . Smith laced an RBI double. After Parks was hit by a pitch, Jessie Beck had a run-scoring single. After Lewis walked , an error plated two runs as a Barneycastle rocket Davie suddenly wasn't up by How's that for heating up? double) had two hits each. Let's not forget pitchers Julie Cough and Olivia Boger. Gough, the winner. allowed one run and one hit over five innings, leaving after 68 pilch- es . Bogcr threw 1 5 of 1 9 pitches for strikes over two hitlcss innings to earn the save. "Julie did a great job," Lowery said. "I made the change not be- cause she wasn't doing her job. but because we needed something to mix things up. Olivia came in and dominated." • To the surprise of no one. Da- vie was way too good for visiting Parkland on April 29. The War Eagles cranked four home runs and breezed 15-0 in four innings. Devereaux (3-3) and Beck (3-3, attack. Davie got two hits from Bar- neycastlc (2-3), Tierney (2-4, two steals). Smith (2-3. five RBIs, two Potts hit a two-run homer in the (irst. In the third. Smith hit a three- run shot and Beck followed with a two-run blast. In the fourth. Smith went deep with one runner aboard, Gough faced one over the min- imum, completing four innings in 50 pitches. The War Eagles, who are 14-9 overall, finished third in Hie CPC at 8-4. North Davidson (12-0) and West Forsyth (10-2) finished 1-2. Reagan (6-6), Tabor (3-9). Park- land (3-9) and Reynolds (0-12) finished in the 4-7 spots. Although Davie slipped a notch after taking second last year, it fin- ished second or third for the 10th straight year. War Eagles Blow Out SE Guilford By Brian Pitts Davie Enterpris Record Davie's varsity baseball team closed the regular season in upbeat spirits, outscoring Parkland and Southeast Guilford 42-1 in three games last week. The sweep of Parkland sealed a second-place finish in the Central Piedmont Conference for the War Eagles, who took a big step forward after fininhini; licit forthlrd.tledfor fifth and sixth the past three years. North Davidson won the league at 11-1 and Davie went 9-3. West . Forsyth (8-4). Mt. Tabor (7-5). Reagan (5-7), Reynolds (2-10) and Parkland (0-12) took the 3-7 spots. We all knew Parkland (2-20 overall) had no hope against Davie. In fact, the Mustangs were com- pletely overmatched by everyone in the CPC. Davie won 18-O on the road and 15-O at home, outhitting Parkland 24-2 over two games and making one error while the Mus- tangs committed six in each one. In the first game, Chris Reyn- "They didn't throw their stud, but we played really good," coach Bobby Byerly said. "We hit the ball really well and had one error on a hot seed." Tyler Roberts, who has been outstanding all year in spot starts, worked a two-hitter for six innings to improve to 4-0 with an 0.88 ERA. He had a no-hitter until Southeast opened the sixth with a double. Nathan Harrcll closed, record in E thrca outs In 12 pltctwa. "Tyler threw well again," Byer- ly said. "Honestly, it was one of his lesser games. He threw really well the first two innings. Then he kind of hit a lull. Then he picked it up in (his) last inning. I guess he wasn't feeling it or whatever, but he held them at bay and we made good plays behind him." The top defensive plays came from right fielder Beau Byerly. third baseman Lankford and left fielder Reynolds. "Beau made three great catches in right," he said. "Brandon made jngled and doubled and down the left-field line." McKay Chamberlain singled and Roberts was just a part homered, and Davie got at least one hit from 11 guys, including cast to bed recent call-ups Cody Hendrix and AfterScott Carson Whisenhunt. Jalen Scott threw a two-hitter for five innings, producing first-pitch strikes to 16 of 18 batters. (two innmgs)Wand Zach Hudspeth Nathan Harrcll doubled and Ryan (three innings) combined f< " " if the quality win. The bats put South- ih a five-run third. :hed on an error and Colboume doubled, Lankford tat- tooed a 3-O pitch to end his homer draught, the bruised ball sailing over the fence in left-center. Da- i't done. Roberts walked, Harrell singled as Davie turned 3-hitter with 11 strikeouts. Offen- 2-O lead into a 7-O bulge sively, Scott singled and doubled twice and Caleb Wallace (2-2. two RBIs), Craig Colboume (2-4) and Brandon Lankford (2-3,two RBIs) had two hits each. Davie9,SEGl The noteworthy win from last week was in nonconference play, a 9-1 victory over visiting Southeast Lankford broke through after swatting six homers in 2015. "He knocked an oak tree down in left-center." Byerly said. "You look like a million bucks if you (give the green light on 3-0) and they hit it. You look like half a pen- ny if they don't. He got all of it." Davie, which has won five Guilford on April 30. Davie (17-4) straight and eight of nine, only dismantled a team with formidable managed six hits, but most of them talent. The Falcons entered with a were screamers. Paul Davenport seven-game winning streak. They produced two bullets, one resulting are 20-* and 9-1, good for first in a hit. N. Harrell rode one to the place in the Metro 4-A Conference, top of the wall for a double. On The Right Track Lili Butterfield (above) runs the 100 hurdles for the Da- vie girls track & field team in last week's home meet against Parkland and Mt. Tabor. At right, Neil Spark does the long jump. Da- vie's boys and girls both finished second. For an article and more photos, please turn to page B5. - Photos by Mark Floyd Kinder Delivers Soccer Win On Senior Night By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record Davie's varsity soccer team lost 4-2 to North Davidson on March 24. When Davie trailed North 2-0 just 11 minutes into the rematch at War Eagle Stadium on April 25, you were probably thinking: "Ha- ven't I seen this before?" Instead of falling off a cliff on Senior Night, the War Eagles ral- ve seven seniors - Katelyn Hernandez, Mclani Anderson, Emily Muchukot. Allie Carter. Ana Almazon. Claire Devereaux and Mary Tcllup - a memorable moment in their final home gai in fat girls focus Faith Bokeno and Annie Kind lied for a 3-2 victory. They played down about the slow start and being Night had the girls sidetracked," minutes rerr splendidly over the final 55 minutes behind two goals. They all played Steinour said. "We never let down, down the w well and never gave up. It was livell-deserved win." North slipped to 7-9 overall and 3-7 in the Central Piedmont made the tables turn. They scored Conference- Davie improved to at 25 and 39 minutes, respectively, 3-10-2,3-8. to force a 2-2 tie at die half. "It was an awesome game and What a contrast the end was to The first 3O minutes of the sec- comeback on our Senior Night," the beginning, when North bolted ond half were frustrating for Dax*ie ,g, Kindei ith another clutch their goals made the goal. She was an unexpected hero nd play harder." after scoring two goals in the first 15 games. "We came out in the second half ready to win." Steinour said. "We dominated the entire half and had six shots for every one of theirs. We it couldn't get it in the goal (.until coach Kerstin Steinour said. "I am to the 2-O lead. because it was dominating but the Kinder came through)."" so proud of the. girls for not getting "I think the excitement of Senior score did not change. But with eight B2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 5, 2016 Vleacham, Azar At the end of the first < n Ellis' nine-yearhistory)." ning at Starmount, Ellis' Dinkins said, aseball team trailed 3-2. Meacham golfed his over No problem. Starmount the fence. Azar dcspositcd a uickly went down in flames, tape-measure shot. s often is the case when "Last year (Hite) Mcrri- llis hits the diamond, the eld hit one almost to second aguars were the better leam base on the softball field." nd not by a little. The Jaguars steamrolled rie Rams 18-3 on April 28. "hey matched a season high n runs and boosted their uns-per-game average to 1.8. Pretty much every Ellis layer was tremendous at he plate as it collected 21 lits in six innings. Spencer Nifong (4 for 5. double) and Anthony Azar (4-5, triple. lome run) had four hits each . lunter Meacham (3-4, dou- ble, home run) and Garrett Chandler (3-4, double) had hree hits apiece. Zac Smith 2-3) and Troy Clary (2-5, double) had two hits. Ellis got one from Reed Cun- n ngham(l-l),BeavenArcy 1-1) and Cole Turner (1-2). Chandler sets the table "He's unreal.," coach Mike Dinkins said. "He beat out a routine ball to the shortstop. He times himself frpm home to first all the me, and he docs it in about 3.4 (seconds)." Meacham and Azar cranked their first homers of the season. Meacham Azar connected in the sixth. "That is the first time we've REI'KKSICNTATlVirnl Julia Howard 1 ^Pleasecoraactmcin^^ MOCKSVILLE: (336) 751-6567 RALEIGH: (919) 733-5904 302 Legislative Office Bldg. 300 N Salisbury St. Raleigh, NC 27603-5925 Email: juIiah@ndeg.nBt Lookf or us on Facebook at Rep Julia Howard PAID FOR BYJUUA HOWARD ', Dinkins said. "1 think Azar's vas further because it went o dead center field and short- mpped the softball fence." Azar also made a catch n right-center field that had everyone marveling. Off the oat, it looked like a sure hit. rhe center fielder raced over ind snared it without having o cave his feet. "Their coach was going: It's down, it's down, it's down,'" Dinkins said. Nifong has been tremen- dous on the mound all year. ind nothing changed in this one. He navigated six in- nings in 68 pitches. He didn't allow a run after the first. striking out eight. It was his fourth complete game. "He's improved so much," said Dinkins, who did not use Nifong as a pitcher in 2015. "He's really come around." The Jaguars' sixth straight win lifted them to 8-1. The only downer was Bailey McKnight's injury during an at-bat. The No. 3 batter anc first baseman was helped ofl the field. "He's such a good glove at first," Dinkins said N. Davie Wins dell Stroud banged three hits each as North Davie roughed RANDY MILLER &SONS SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 295 Miller Rand • Mocksville (336) 284-2826 •We Pump Septic Tanks • Stale /-, ftrsoKior V*l!S. § S*WSfwrlVort\V^JjSr Trencher Work yk'Jjjffijffc Septic Systems jSPJ^f^^S Loader Work WSfc&vr1- Homer For Ellis five innings on April 25. year. He was crafty. So I The Wildcats (6-5) wasn't displeased with our snapped a two-game slide approach at the plate, with 13 nils, including two "Ramos has improved a each from Ethan Wilkins and lot since the first of the year. Blake Little. Matt Brccden. with his fielding and hitting." Alex Petros and Kristian Ly- ons (triple) added one apiece South 's 7-5 home loss to as North assumed immediate Wcsleyan on April 26 was control with five runs in the another reminder that, dc- top of the first. spite their record, the Tigers Stroud was the RBI leader have been in most every with three. Williams, Pctros losing game. They never and Lyons had Iwo each, came close during a one-win Wilkins pitched the first 4 1/3 season in 2015. It has often innings. Little and Williams come close in 2016. worked in relief. During a six-game losing "We played a pretty streak, there has only been sound game defensively, one loss by more than six and Wilkins did a nice job runs. on the hill," coach Jeremy Wesleyanput South (3-8) Brooks said. "We spread the in a quick hole with five runs offense around a bit, and it in the top of the first. But was nice to sec a few guys South chopped a 7-1 deficit get a big knock. Hopefully to 7-4, and it closed within it will get our bats out of the 7-5 in the seventh and had funk we've been in." runners at second and third S. Duvic Loses with one out. A strikeout and Soulh Davie gave up five ground out kept South from runs in the top of the second possibly tying the game. and lost 9-3 lo visiting West "They were a good team," Wilkcs on April 25. Bumgarner said. "Their first covered from the second, righthander (who allowed even though Jack Reynolds one run in four innings). He pitched another solid game, was pretty good." "We just couldn't make Connor Mills (2-3) and the play when we needed Little (2-4) were responsible to make it," coach Todd forhalf of South'seight hits. Bumgarner said. "We can't Chase Robertson pitched hit when we need to hit. seven innings in 99 pitches. That's the difference in the Like Reynolds the game game. before, he did his job. job. We can't make the plays Bumgarner said. "He kept consistently behind him to his walks to a minimum. tact and getting routine balls, able to make the play on all Every time he's pitched good of them, enough to win." "We struck out 10 times. South did a respectable We struck them out once. So job with the bats, getting1 we had lo make 20 plays and eight hits, including two they only had to make II from Edgar Romas (2 for 3) That's the difference in a lot and Evan Little (2-4, triple), of games." Trent McDaniel was 1 for 2 For the season. South 's with a double and two walks, top hitter is Little (.404 av- "We've been swinging erage). "He's super fast,' it OK," Bumgarncr said. Bumgarner said. Briefs & Dates 1 Ron Kirk Memorial Scholarship May 21 A fundraiser for the Ron Kirk Memorial Scholarship for Davie High will be 'May 21 at 3 p JTI. at 4 Oaks Event Center in Downtown Mocksville. The band DC Wallbangers will provide entertainment. Steller, Smith Honored At Guilford Banquet Former Davie star athletes Amy Steller and Adam Smith were honored during the Guilford College Athletic Awards Banquet. Smith, a record-setting receiver for the Quakers' football team, received the Jack Jensen Ideal Student Athlete Award. Steller, who played basketball for the Quakers, received the Ncreus C. English Athletic Leadership Award, which is the department's highest honor. Lacrosse Loses In First Round Davie's varsity boys lacrosse team was routed 15-3 at Reynolds in the first round of the Conference 9 Tournament on April 26. After picking up back-to-back wins over North David- son and Patton to close the regular season, the War Eagles checked out with a 4-1 1 record. They trailed Reynolds 9-1 at halftime. Davie's goals came from Kaleb McCarson, Dakota Baker and Foss Smilhdeal. Two weeks after beating North Davidson for the first win in its three-year history, the Davie junior varsity lost 7-6 at North Davidson in the April 27 season finale. The JV had a 1-8 record. Sr. Legion Baseball Schedule May 21 vs. Concord at McCrary Park at 4 . 21 vs. Randolph County at McCrary Park at 7 22 at home vs. Randolph County at 7 26 at home vs. Eastern Randolph at 7 , 28 at home vs. Winston-Salem at 7 29 at Mooresville at 7 30 at home vs. Mooresville at 7 June 1 at KcrnersvUle at 7 2 at Rowan County at 7 3 at Stanly County at 7 4 at Lexington at 7 5 at home vs. Winston-Salem at? 6 at home vs. Kernersville at 7 9 at Kannapolis at 7 1O at Eastern Randolph at 7 18 at home vs. Concord at 7 19 at Concordat 7 21 at High Point at 7 24 at home vs. Stanly County at 7 25 at Southern Rowan at 7 26 at home vs. Greensboro at T" "" "** * 27 at home vs. Lexington at 7 28 at home vs. High Point at 7 29 at home vs. Rowan County at 7 July 1 first round of playoffs 4 second round of playoffs 10 Area III semifinals Ifi Anrn 111 chamoionshin series "1>oir pitcher WBS rcully Reynold* <.352>,md Mills 22~stntc t'oiimamem a, Wingate good. 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NC 27OO6 Member SIPC 336-9-50-3150 184 Council St. • I.-ocksvilie 751-7118 JV Baseball Flourishes At The End Of Season By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record The Davie junior varsity baseball team's satisfaction came in a late chain reaction. During a five-game losing streak, coach Tim McK- night's club found wrench- ing ways to lose. But as it moved toward the finish line, it flourished, winning five of six and the final three to go out 11-9 overall and 6-4 in the Central Piedmont Conference. "We played well down the stretch," McKnight said. "We finished pretty strong." A 3-0 home CPC win over Mt. Tabor on April 19 was defined by complete-game pitcher Jesse Draughn. He delivered excellent throw- to-contact pitching, giving up two hits, walking two and striking out six. He faced imum. "He had one hard-hit ball off of him all day," McK- night said. "He's going to make them put the ball in play." It was 0-0 for four and pitchers' duel because their kid threw pretty well," McK- night said. Davie finally cracked it open in the fifth. After Hite Merrifield drew a walk. Jacob Byrd and Draughn followed with singles. Ben Summers plated a run with a sac fly, and another run scored on a wild pitch. Davie left the bases load- ed in the sixth, but the dam- age had been done. What a day it was for Draughn, who went 2 for 3. B. Summers also went 2 for 3. Merrifield and Guy Brunelli had the other two hits. No fewer than five War Eagles pounded out two hits as Davie mashed vis- iting North Iredell 12-6 in a nonconference game on April 20. It was 8-O after two in- nings when McKnight called off the dogs and emptied the bench. Clay Summers (2-2, two RBIs), Merrifield (2-2, double), Michael Shelton (2-2, two RBIs), Evan Mar- shall (2-3) and B. Summers (2-4) had two hits each, while Byrd had one hit and two RBIs. Matthew McKnight was the winning pitcher, working four innings and allowing one earned run. B. Summers finished up on the hill. Something magical hap- pened at Tabor on April 21 . Brunelli was unreal, going 4 for 4 with seven RBIs to fuel a 12-2, five-inning rout. "This was the Guy Brunelli show," McKnight said. "I've been preaching to Guy about keeping his head down. In his last two at-bats. he stayed down and drove the ball the other way." Brunelli':; extraordinary day began with an RBI dou- ble in the first inning. In the third, he blasted a solo home run to right-center. In the fourth, he roped a two-out. three-run double to left-cen- ter to open the gap to 8-2. "Byrd said: 'We've got to blow this thing open,'" McKnight said. "Then we had a popout. I said: 'Byrd, we haven't been able to get the big hit all year.' He said:. 'We're going to get it right here, coach.' Guy had his nose down. It was just a picture-perfect swing." In the fifth, Brunelli put the punctuation on his day with a two-run single. Brunelli had two-thirds of the hits, with Cody Hendrix apiece. Davie made hay by nings because of a pulled drawing 12 walks. muscle. Carson Whisenhuni On the mound. Grayson recorded the final four outs Keaton left after 3 2/3 in- without allowing a run. Wyatt Hits For Six RBIs For JV Softball . The top of the first inning who went 3 for 3 with three told us all we needed to know runs, six RBIs, two triples ty softball team's season fi- Davie got 2 hits from naleatMt.TaboronApril26. Emmc Chamberlain (2-2. Davie poured across 10 double), Avery Parrish (2-2, runs in the first and buried double), Lydia Kennedy (2- the punchless Spartans 17-O 2,3 runs) and Sydney Smith Rachel Bostic tossed a for3 with three RBIs. Emilcc of 31 pitches for strikes and 'stolen bases as the. War Ea- fanning six of nine batters. glcs snapped a 3-game losing The offensive star was streak and finished 8-6 over- No. 3 batter Sydney Wyatt. all, 5-3 in the conference. Golfer Sink Repeats On All CPC Team 4 More Goals For Vizcaino Davie's JVsoccer team experienced every possible outcome last week. It had a tie, a win and a loss. But all in all, it was a good week for coach Cody Cook's War Eagles.They tied a team that beat them the first time, and they beat a team after ty- ing in the previous matchup. On April 25, Davie left with a 1-1 tic against visiting North Davidson, but Davie played significantly better than it did in a 3-0 loss on March 24. And the tie was heels of 4-0 losses to Reagan and West Forsyth. Davie trailed 1-0 before its sensational scorer. Recce Vizcaino, tied the game with her 14th goal. Kam Parks provided the assist. It was 1-1 at halftime and neither team scored in the second half. Davie's Central Piedmont Conference record moved to 4-5-1. "Our passing was real- ly good," Cook said. "We moved the ball a lot better than last time we played them, and that gave us a lot Vizcaino - big shock - scored a goal in -each half, one on an assist from Han- nah Earle and the other on a penalty kick. really happy with Davie golfer Wesley Sink the pace. Chris Carr (86), found his groove when it Cameron Patton (87) and mattered most and earned Jackson Coates (89) were the handle Forbush on the road repeat honors. other Davie scorers, on April 28, losing 2-1. Davie continued to strug- Last year as a sophomore. The Falcons scored two g[Ci finishing sixth out of SinkmadetheAll-CPCteam seven in the Central Pied- by tying for 12th. Then he nont Conference champi- turned heads by taking run- anship meet at Bermuda Run ner-up in the regional. . With 10 minute left in the first half, Vizcaino, -ho has 17 of the team's 27 the way we played," Cook goals, tied it with an assist East on April 26. Its 53-over As a junior. Sink repeated said. from Elaina Burr. Seven 341 trailed Mt. Tabor (314), on the a!l-< more minutes later, Forbush re- Reaean (322). Reynolds by claimin Overall, the War Ea- ea> :onfer game on April 26, the War Eagles took down Forbush 2-0. The first meeting on March 1 resulted in a 1-1 tic. Defensively, it was more minutes late of the same from Parks and gained the lead. goalie Maddie Tellup. The second half was "Our defense keeps im- scoreless, dealing a blow to proving each game and they Davie'schanccsofrecording 'gles finished fifth do a great job of shutting the first winning record in 14 CPC. Reagan and Tabor down the other team's of- years. Davie entered the final were co-champions at week of the season with an 1,352. Reynolds (1,405). overall record of 7-6-3. West (1 ,435). Davie (1 ,503), "We had plenty of shots North (1 ,508) and Park- in the second half, but just land (2,286) rounded out the couldn't connect on any of standings. 'ie, however, failed to them," Cook said. Smfc was ,ne positive for Reagan (322). Reynolds by claiming seventh place (327), West Forsyth (332) (13 guys made the team). d North Davidson (338). He doubled his pleasure by othe fense," Cook said. "Parks is the lender of the defense, and Tellup constantly makes great saves each game." Ellis, ND Softball On Win Streaks Ellis' softball team picked up three wins in four days. North Davie put up 37 runs Ellis blasted visiting Cal- vary 15-0 on April 25. The Jaguars outscorcd Calvary 26-0 in two meetings this On the same day at North Wilkes, the Wildcats tortured the home team 21-4 in three innings. The 'Cats, who came in'averaging 5.4 runs per game, scored more than they did in the previous four games combined behind three hits each from Aisulu B»U (3 for 4, three runs)., McKenzie Tomberlin (3- 4, double, three runs, four RBIs) and Kayli Murphy (3-4, double, three runs, two RBIs). "Our bats in the middle of the lineup - especial- ly Tomberlin, Murphy and Lena Marroquin - are really producing with big hits and RBIs," coach Trevor Gooch said. seeing the pitch so well. She South Davie lost 10-3 has also done a fantastic job at home to West Wilkes on behind the plate. April 25. West broke It open with three runs in the fifth and four in the sixth. The "Dltigler doing a good job on the lound, while Chilian and berth.The Midwest Regional was held May 3 at Treyburn Country Club in Durham. "He's come on a lot," coach Ty Woodring said. "He had a horrible round at Bermuda Run West where he shot a 52, but he's really ,e. He shot 7-over 79 to been playing some really tie for sixth, six strokes off good golf." Upcoming Games Davie baseball in CPC Tournament at N. Davidson Ellis track, in conference meet at Thomasville North Davie baseball at Starmount at 4:30 North Davie softball at Starmount at 4:30 Tigers only managed six Rachel Devereaux both did Th"rsdBy»May 5 hits. 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Ellis - getting two hits >m Abby Chilton, Sara Reagan (double) and Hayden Strickland (double) -jumped to an 8-1 lead and held off a late South rally. Karly Queen (triple). Shea Woody (dou- Tomberlin blasted a three- run triple off the right-field fence to highlight North Davie's 16-0, three-inning stomping of visiting East Wilkes on April 28. Tomberlin went 2 for 2 with four RBIs and Kayla Spillman went 2 for 2 with Parkland at 5:30/7 'arsity. softball in CPC Tournament at Davie Davie varsity baseball in CPC Tournament at N. Davidson Ellis track in conference meet at Thomasville North Davie track in conference meet South Davie baseball at North Wilkes at 4:30 South Davie softball at North Wilkes at 4:30 S. Davie track in conference meet at Thomasville at 4:30 Davie varsity softball in CPC Tournament at Davie Saturday, May 7 Davie varsity softball in CPC Tournament at Davie Davie track in freshman/sophomore invitational at Marvin ble) and Lindsey Dingli had one hit each as Ellis got a double and two RBI: payback for a 12-8 defeat on the Wildcats improved to 8-5 with their sixth win in seven games. Tomberlin also handled the pitching, throwing a one-hitter with five strikeouts. April 5. "Strickland has been dominant at the plate in the past few games," Ellis coach Shannon Wood said. "Her Monday, May 9 Davie golf in slate meet North Davie baseball at home vs. Chestnut Grove at 4:30 North Davie softball at home vs. Chestnut Grove at 4:30 South Davie baseball at Central Wilkes at 4:30 South Davie softball at Central Wilkes at 4:30 Tuesday, May 10 Davie golf in state meet Wednesday, May 11 Davie varsity softball in first round of playoffs bat has really lit up and she if -The Exciting Conclusion ',. Mother Nature Couldn't Stop Modified Racing Senior Profile Catching up with ... Emily Muchukot (soc- cer) When you were growing up, what did you want to be? When I was little, I always wanted to be a doctor because 1 always liked to help others. The biggest pet peeve I have is when: people come up with excuses to get out of something. If I could have one super power, it would be: I would want to be Invisible. What's the proudest moment in your sports ca- reer? When we beat North Davidson in penalty kicks. Who is the funniest teammate? AH Guttenburg. Which teammate is happiest after a win? Katelyn Hernandez. Athletes I most admire: Mia Hamm. What I like most about Davie High: When some- thing bad happens, we can all turn to each other and be there for one another unlike otiier schools. Person I'd most like to meet (dead or alive): Justin Verlander. If you could have a date with a celebrity, who would it be? Sam Hunt. Post-school ambition: I plan to attend UNC Wilm- ington to study nursing. I am currently undecided for which direction I warn to go in within niirsine If you hit the lottery, what's the first thing you'd do? I would buy a brand new car. preferably a Range Davie Second In Track Meet Davic's boys and girls track & field teams finished second in a three-team meet here April 27. In the boys' meet. Ml. Tabor scored 64.5 points to Davie's 6O and Parkland's 505.On the girls'side,Park- land had 69 to take first place. Davie and Tabor tied at 54.5. For the Davieboys,senior L.P. Mua was the main man with a pair of first-place fin- ishes .claiming the high jump and long jump. Seniors Pey- ton Jones (1600) and Avery Williford (110 hurdles) and sophomore Ta'Saun Martin (triple jump) also had first- place performances. Finishing second for Davie's boys were senior John Myers (800), Williford (30O hurdles), sophomore Alex Crotts (high jump) and sophomore Chris Mayhew (discus). The winners for the Davie girls were junior Savannah Everett (high jump), soph- omore Lauren Long (shot put) and freshmen Meredith Everett (1600) and Elizabeth Wood (pole vault). Four War Eagles placed second, including senior McKenzic Folk (high jump), sophomore Sncoreya Nichols (discus) and freshmen Abby Yount (3200) and Elizabeth Warner (pole vault). DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday, May 5.2016 - B5 Julie Miller competes In the triple jump for the Davie girls track & field team.- Photos by Mark Floyd Rakim Clinton warms up. At right, Emma Allen competes in the 800-meters event Avery Williford takes off in the 110 hurdles. At right, a War Eagte does the pole vault. mr— if B6 - D AVTE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 5,2016 PICKLES Administrative Court o improper equipment, S75, ost, S50 equipment fee. - Jesus E. Hernandez, ;peeding 86 in a 70, reduced lo improper equipment, S50, it. S50 equipment fee. - Rosa C. Hernandez, BY BRIAN CRANE CtXtfT -T£>OCH THOSe CINNAMON The following cases were speeding 60 in a 45. reduced posed of during Davie to improper equipment. Iministrative Court April S25, cost. S50 equipment Presiding: Judge Jim- fee; failure to wear seat belt. y L. Myers. Prosecuting: dismissed per plea. aitlyn Jones, assistant DA. - Anlly N. Hernandez, - Tammy S. Hcdrick, speeding 52 in a 35, reduced SO? \& WA1CHIN6MON ROLLS! /\ CHURCH 5OCIAL, Crossword Puzzle WORRY. GoV£ WATCHIMG THE CINNAMON ROLLS. WES', LOOK.,, A PIE f SMAU-y-. WONT WE SET Hi TROUBLE? 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S50 equipment fee. -Jessica Lynn Hill.speed- ing 85 in a 70. reduced to improper equipment. S25, cost, S50 equipment fee. - Joshua Samuel Hill, speeding 70 in a 55, reduced to improper equipment. S25, cost, S50 equipment fee, - Jess Blunkall-Maul- din, expired registration, expired/no inspection, dis- missed, corrected. - Anthony M. Maxwell, failure to stop for slop sign/ • hum red light, reduced to improper equipment, $25. to improper equipment, S5O . S50 equipment fee. cost, S50 equipment fee. - Marcus Edward Hill, .pccding 83 in a 70, reduced •proper equipn :nt. - Daltoi cost. S50 equipment ft - Nolan Ray Hilton, reck- less driving 10 endanger, dismissed per compliance speeding 84 in a 70. reduced with deferred prosecution. to improper equipment. $25, ist. S50 improper equip-Cassandra Joan Hodge, following too closely, re- duced to improper equip- ment. S25, cost, S5O equip- it fee. - Randy Sieve Hodge, two counts driving while license revoked nol DWI, expired registration, dis- missed, corrected; failure to wear seat belt.SlO. - Bennie R. Holcombe, speeding 60 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, S25, cost, $50 equipment fee. - Heather Marie Holder, expired registration, ex- pired/no inspection, dis- missed, corrected. - Ashley Nicole Horton, speeding 91 in a 70. reduced to 79 in a 70, $100, cost. - Ebony Michelle How- ard , speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equip- ment, $25. cost, $50 equip- ment fee. - Jessica M. Hundley, no license, dismissed, correct- ed. - Douglas Cody Ireland, speeding 82 in a 55, re- duced to 64 in a 55, $50. cost; reckless driving-wan- disregard, dismissed per - Travis M. Jennings, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, S50. cost.$50 equipment fee. - David Joel Johnson, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipment fee. - Waller Bruce Johnson, speeding 59 in a 45, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost, $50 equipment fee. - David Richard Kadans. expired registration, ex- pired/no inspection, dis- ied. - Hayley Mariah Karns, improper backing. dis- missed, civil settlement. - David Lester Kasper, speeding 88 in a 70, reduced $100. cost, $50 equipment - Eric Michael Kassouf, speeding 78 in a 55, reduced to 64 ina55,$50,cosl. - Xinchcn Le, speed- ing 87 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $75. cost, $50 equipment fee. - Donald D. Lenier, ex- pired/no inspection, dis- missed, corrected. - Arnold Ray Lewallen, speeding 75 in a 55, reduced to 64 in a55,$15,cost. - Yiying Li, speeding 84 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment. S25, cost, S50 equipment fee. - Bruce Antonio Lopez, speeding 85 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $25, cost. $50 equipment fee. - Sarah M. Loti, speeding 9O in a 70, reduced to 79 in a 70, $50, cost; reckless driv- ing to endanger, dismissed per plea. - Milicent Amanda Mack, speeding 85 in a 70. reduced to improper equipment. S25, cost.SSO equipment fee. - Nathan Cole Marder. speeding 85 in a 70. reduced to improper equipment, $25. cost, $5O equipment fee. - Christopher E. Mason, speeding 67 in a45.reduced to 54 in a 45. $15. cost; no license, dismissed, corrcct- - Herbert Leon Mason, speeding 84 in a 70. reduced Ghee, speeding 85 in a 70. ment. $25. cost. $50 equip- ment fee. - Paul A. 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Mocksville 336-753-8090 PhilCar Automotive &Tire 1628 Hwy. 601S.,Mccksvil]e Weathered Rock Stone, Mulch and More 1819 US Hwy. 64 West, Mocksville 336492-5979 York's Exxon Junior & Aaron York MHoarWrecterStrace NC!S7Zaim* ' Automata*Repair,184 Salisbuty St., Mocksville 336-751-2220 This Message Brought To You By These Area Businesses Terry James and Joseph McGill tell Ellis Middle School students what life on a plantation was like for a slave in the mid-1800s. A Step Back In Tl Ellis Middle Students Learn About Life On A Plantation By Beth Cassldy Enterprise Record Students from Ellis Middle School took a step back in time when they toured the Cooleemee Plantation and listened as guest speakers shared their knowledge of life on a plantation. f. *i}S.°^ lhose speakers was Jo- "seplTMcGiff. founder of the Slave Dwelling Project. A former employee of the Na- tional Trust for Historic Preser- vation, McGill said he became aware there was a need to stress the importance of the slave dwell- becn directed toward preserving the large antebellum residences of the plantation owners, but the homes of the slaves who worked on the plantations are often over- son. Williams said later sleeping chilly ; looked, he said. Terry James, a Civil War re- enactor who travels with McGill, told the eighth graders: "With- out these places, those houses couldn't exist. This is the machine that ran the big house." The log cabin structure that sits on the Cooleemee Plantation and the irony of th> property was one of about 60 that men are created e likely were on the property, Mc- Gill said. With one family per cabin, there were potentially 300 to 600 slaves. To bring attention to slave dwellings, McGill travels to plan- tations, wherever they may be, and spends the night in the slave nteresting, i i*t C sy to sleep was happyhard floor, but he to have had the experii Anderson talked about Thomas Jefferson, one of the authors of the Declaration of Independence, ;ntence "All il," because Jefferson owned slaves. She told the students about Jefferson's first wife, Martha, who inherited the property of her father John, when he died. In that inheritance was her half-sister. Sally Hem- mings, who was the product of a relationship between John and 3ied trip, April 15, McGill and James childbirth, Jefferson began a rela- ^ere joined by Jon Williams, Et- tionship with Sally, who Andei principal, and Prinny saidlis a Anderson, the four-time great- granddaughter of Thomas Jcffcr- as thought to be beautiful nd looked like Martha. Please Sec History - Page C5 Prinny Anderson talks to the students about life at the Cooleemee Plantation, explaining \ 'f some of the artifacts collected by the Hairston family. '- Photos by Robin Snow ." -*!'.' The Cooleemee Plantation makes a perfect backcrop for Cooleemee Plantation's spiral staircase wows students Students view the outside of the plantation. C2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 5.2016 First Class Graduates From Davie Program Faculty and members of the first DCCC Cen- tral Sterile Processing graduating class: Renee Fortenberry (director), Dee Anne Edwards (in- structor), Retina Dingle, Elizabeth Butcher, Me- lissa Oldham, Riley Essick, Patricia Dunn, Sa- mantha Griffin. Not pictured: Meredith Dinkins. The new Central Sterile Processing program at Da- vidson County Community College will graduate its first class during the col- lege's May 14 commence- ment on the Davidson Cam- pus. The Davie Medical Cen- ter - Mocksville surgical suite serves as the host site for the program, allowing students direct training with medical equipment used in hospitals. All graduates, who have chosen to continue in the profession, will be em- ployed by local hospitals. These students plan on com- pleting the national certifi- cation exam in early May. "I loved learning all the instruments and having firsthand experience in the lab and in clinical," says Melissa Oldham, one of seven students who started the program last fall and will be graduating. The certificate program prepares students to prop- erly disinfect, prepare, pro- cess, store and issue sterile and non-sterile supplies and equipment for patient care. Students learn how to op- erate sterilizing units and monitor the process. "We are very honored to be graduating the first class of the Central Ster- ile Processing program here at Davidson County Community College. It has been an exciting year in our new location," says Rcnce Fortenberry, program direc- tor/faculty. "Our hands-on lab, along with a structured clinical experience from our supportive hospital af- filiates, has helped us to provide an outstanding ed- ucational opportunity and achieve our program goals." Employment opportu- nities for those with central sterile processing creden- tials include surgery centers. dialysis facilities and central processing units in hospi- tals. Students complete clin- ics at area hospitals, helping to further prepare them for the workforce. "We would like to ex- press our- gratitude to the surrounding hospitals for their help and support in the success of our students," says Dee Anne Edwards, in- structor. "We look forward to the future of the program as it continues to grow and expand." Contact Fortenberry at 336-249-8186, ext. 6477. Drivers Needed For Homebound Meals Each weekday volun- vie County, teers deliver hot, nutritious This is done through meals to approximately 135 Davie County Senior Ser- homebound seniors in Da- vices Homebound Meals TODAY NAILS Professional Nail Care For Ladle* & Gentlemen - - Acrylic Fill-Ins (w - Get a Pedicure - Specializing In P - Over 2OO Snolla i t down, „... ... Flop* fl tr - $5.00 for Eyebrow Waxing- FREE Soft Drinks Walk-lns Welcome CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE 1107 Yadkinvtlle Road 751-7949 _(tpcjted ncjf AM! Office) Atai-Sjl 9j.in.-7. 30p Specials of the Week Program. Volunteers are the backbone of that program. Drivers not only deliver meals to homebound seniors in their communities, they a friendly smile to the se- niors they serve. For some clients, the meal driver may be the only person they have contact with on that day. Imagine if that senior couldn't get the meal they needed. Imagine a frail, older adult going days, or even weeks without someone checking on them. If this is something you can't imagine, consider be- coming a volunteer for the program. Senior Services is expe- riencing a shortfall of driv- ers. Drivers are needed for routes covering all of Davie County. Senior Services will as- sist with finding the most convenient route and sched- ule. Drivers can take a route a month, or fill in when oth- er drivers are unavailable. Meals typically go out around 10:30 a.m. If interested in being in- volved in the meal delivery program, contact Ina Bea- vers at 336-753-6230. In Our Churches National Day Of Prayer Thursday At 1 st Presbyterian First Presbyterian Church of Mocksville will host a prayer service on Thursday evening. May 5 at 6:30 in the sanctuary. All are invited to the National Day of Prayer ser- vice. Car, Bike Show Saturday At Cedar Grove Baptist The fourth annual car and bike show at Cedar Grove Baptist Church, 287 Cedar Grove ChUrch Road, Mocks- ville, will be held from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, May 7. Entry fee is $10 per vehicle for judging that starts at 1 p.m. Prizes will be awarded to winners. Call Ouster Lewis at 336-692-4553 or email Kendra Nichols at ksntchols78® gmail to prc-register. There will be fish sandwiches, hotdogs and desserts available. Hotdog Drive-Thru Saturday At Chestnut Grove Methodist Chestnut Grove United Methodist Church, 2812 US 601 N.. Mocksville, will hold a hotdog drive through from 11 a.m.-l p.m. Saturday, May 7, including homemade slaw and chili. Desserts will also be available. Donations will be accepted for local missions. Cornerstone Breakfast Saturday On Saturday, May 7, Cornerstone Church will hold its- monthly community breakfast from 7-9:30 a.m. All you can eat prices: $7 Adults, $3 Children 6-12, Free for children under 6 for scrambled eggs, sausage, tenderloin, biscuits, gravy, pancakes, apples along with orange juice and coffee. Tenderloin or sausage biscuits or pancakes and sausage plates will also be available. The church is at 1585 NC 801 N., Mocksville, 998- 0600. Calvary Yard Sale Saturday A church-wide yard sale will be held Saturday from 7 a.m.-noon at Calvary Baptist Church on Davie Academy Road, Mocksville. Rain or shine, the sale wilf be in the" fellowship hall. Pre-Mother's Day Breakfast Saturday At Bethel Methodist Bethel United Methodist Church will host a prc-Moth- er's Day breakfast on Saturday, May 7 from 7-10 a.m. The menu includes eggs, grits, bacon, sausage, biscuits, milk, coffee and juice. Donations go to "Summer Food Bags." Bethel is at 353 Bethel Church Road, Mocksville. Engagement Announced DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, Mav 5. 2016 - C3 Terry Akers annou strong. They will be r Courthouse. engagement to David Arm- (i July 6 at the Davie County Learn Mental Health First Aid At May 1O-11 Event Assorted LANCE CRACKERS 4for$l Limns Shop Us For Mother's Day GIFTS! Welcome our New Pharmacist Bobby Tysinger We now give Tdap vaccines along with Flu Shots, Prevnar, and Zostavax, We accept most insurances on these. Foster Drug Co. 495 Valley Road • Mocksville • 336-751-2141 www.fosterdnjgco.com Regular Hours: M-F 6:30-8 • Sat 8:30-4 • Sun 1:30-5 You are always welcome at First United Methodist Church 310 North Main Street Historic Downtown Mocksville Contemporary Worship 8:45 a.m. Traditional Worship 10:55 a.m. Sunday School for all ages 9:50 a.m. Weekly Prayer Service-Thurs. Noon-1:00 p.m. vww.firstumcmocksville.org Telephone: 751-2503 Joining with our friends and neighbors to CELEBRATE South Davie Middle School presents: The Lion King Jr.' May16&17@7:00pm at South Davie Middle School Steve MTalton Financial Advisor Mental Health First Aid Training will be taught May 10-11 at CcnterPoint's Da- vie Wellness Center, 142 Gaither St., Downtown Mocksville. Similar to medical first aid training. Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) teach- es individuals how to help those experiencing mental This course is appropri- ale for adults 16 and older who want to learn how to help a person experienc- ing a mental health chal- lenge/The training is ideal for first rcsponders, clergy and congregations, profes- sors .healthcare workers and non-professionals in the community. To receive MHFA certifi- cation, participants must at- tend both 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 pjn. sessions. "Mental health challeng- es such as depression, anxi- ety, psychosis and substance use are shockingly common in the United States." said Mecnal Khajuria, commu- Walmart Shopping Cntr. „ , , -Nc Edwardjones Tomatoes Other FRESH PRODUCE also available Pew Drop F 302 Foster Road. Mocksville (Saoam.QJBaceRidpRi &fttnan Ore Conn> ' Call For Directions (336)492-2849 OP& WED. TOaoicH FRL XoQV-SpM AND SAT. &ui-soos nity program coordinator. "In any given year, more than one in five American adults will have a mental health problem." The National Council for Behavioral Health cer- tifies individuals through- out the nation, including CenterPoint, to provide'the courses to prepare commu- nities with the knowledge and skills to help individ- uals who are developing a mental health problem or crisis. Identified on SAM- HSA's National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices, the training helps the public better iden- tify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses. talhealthfirstaidarg. Instructors are Khajuria and Bob Scofield. There is no fee. Register at http:// da viemhfamay2016 J>pt ju e Light refreshments will be provided. Direct questions to Khajuria. 336.528.0578 or rnkhaju ria @cphsjorg. Ton! DePaoli, Jullanna McCuiston and Wyatt Roby are among the music students of Teresia Ann Queen to place in a state festival. Davie Music Students Place At State Festival Five Davie music stu- dents of Teresia Ann Queen Studio of Music placed in the National Federation of Music Clubs state competi- tion. • Juliannn McCuiston is a senior at Bishop McGuin- ness High School. She start- ed playing piano in the third grade and has been playing piano for 10 years, under the supervision of Queen. ' Her musical pursuits are supported by her parents, Barbara and Brian, and her older sister, Katherine. Juli- anna has many musical in- terests including advanced music classes at Bishop Mc- Guinness, musical theater roles in the school musicals, recital performances and duet performances with her dad who plays percussion and guitar. This marks her ninth year competing in the an- nual NFMC festival, and she won the Carolyn Jones Summerlin Hymn Playing Competition, Class II. Ju- lianna plans to attend NC ' State next year and study pre-veterinary medicine. • Wyatt Roby is a senior at Davie High School. He has been involved in madri- gals, vocal ensemble, musi- cal theatre, drama club, and the Tri-M Music Honors society. 'Recently he was cast in the school's musical "Thoroughly Modem Mil- lie" as the character Jimmy. Wyatt attended the Wake Forest University NFMC competition for the first time this spring and earned a fi- nalist position toe the state finals event in Mu- sical Theater and American Patriotic/Folk Songs. At the state finals, he won the first runner-up position in the Nettie Loflin Musical The- ater Scholarship event. Wy- att also won the state title in the American Patriotic/Folk Singing event earning the Sara Copley Moore Award. Wyatt is planning to at- tend UNCG in the fall to major in vocal performance. - Toni DePaoli will graduate from Davie High School in June. Toni has been a member of the Da- vie High's dance team for four years, and has served as the captain her senior year. She is also involved in madrigals, vocal ensemble, Davie Players, and musical theater. Recently, she was cast as Millie Dillmount in the upcoming production of Thoroughly Modem Millie. She has also been an ac- tive member of the National Honors Society and the Trf 'M Music Honors Society for two years. Toni just started taking lessons from Queen this year, and attended the NFMC Junior Festival for the first time this spring and won the Marion Owrid Heal Vocal Art Song division. She received a state title and a college scholarship for this accomplishment. Toni will be attending the UNCG (his fall to major in dance performance and cho- reography and minor in vo- cal performance and acting. • Also winning a position as a state finalist at the Wake Forest event was Molly Engstrom, an 18-year-old senior at Davie High. She is the daughter of Gary and Lori Engstrom of Advance. Molly began voice les- sons with Queen during her sophomore year and imme- diately began competing in the annual NPMC event. This was Molly's third year of competition in Musical Theater and Vocal Ameri- can Patriotic/Folk Songs. With her third year of earn- ing Superior ratings, she has earned the gold cups of musical excellence in both events from NFMC. Molly also qualified as a state finalist in the Vocal AP/FS event. She scored as the second runner up in a competitive category. Upon graduation this coming June, she will be attending Liberty College in Lynchburg, Va. to earn a degree in teaching. • Also winning a runner up position to the NFMC State Finals was Meredith Everett, a 14-year-old fresh- man at Davie High. She is the daughter of Jody and Ashley Everett of Advance. Meredith has competed in the annual NFMC Wake Forest event for the past seven years in Piano Solo, Piano Duet,'Hymn Cup and AP/FS. This year, she added the Piano Concerto category to her list. Meredith was the only fi- nalist to represent the Wake Forest district in the Class I Hymns state finals for 2016. Meredith Everett and Molly Engstrom are state music award winners. Competing against other top Level I hymn cup final- ists from around the state, Meredith was awarded the first runner-up position for the Carolyn Jones Summer- lin State Award during her competition at UNCG. State and national mem- bers of NFMC work to cre- ate a dynamic musical and cultural environment * in their communities through education and sponsorship of musical events. NFMC provides opportu- nities for musical study, per- formance and appreciation to more than I35.OOO mem- bers in 6,500 music-related clubs and organizations. Members are professional vocalists, composers, danc- ers, performing artists, arts and music educators, music students, music patrons and benefactors, and music lov- ers of all ages. Dedicated to finding and fostering young musical talent, the NFMC conducts annual Junior Festivals with more than 117.OOO partici- pants. NFMC oilers more than three quarters of a million dollars in state and national competitions and scholarships. Thirteen district Junior Festivals arc held around North Carolina each year with more than 4.QOO stu- dents competing. In all up- per leve^ competition in piano, voice, strings, wood- winds and brass, the top two Students of each event with the highest score are invited to participate in the spring NCFMC State Finals held on the campus of UNCG. This year, 11 students were selected to represent the Wake Forest University festival and continue on to the NCFMC state finals. Adopt A Furry Friend Patrick Is a neutered male husky mix. His es- timated date of birth is Dec. 23, 2015. Patrick is a fun-loving boy looking for his forever family. He is playful. Patrick is up-to- date on vaccinations. Kl- ara is a female domestic short hair. Her estimated date of birth is Feb. 26, 2014. Kiara friendly and outgoing cat. She loves people. Kiara is spayed and up-to-date on vac- cinations. If interested in adopting Kiara or Patrick, till out an adoption ap- plication at www.davion- chumane.org or call the Humane Society of Davie Pet Adoption Center at 336.751.5214. Advance Garden Club Members Busy The Advance Garden Club sold geraniums, hanging baskets and colorful mixed planters as the major fundraiser for the club. The club raised more than S1.9OO. Pictured are the geraniums and planters on pickup day from Mitchell's Nursery. The Junior Garden Club known as the "Rock Squad" at Flat Rock Middle School in Winston-Salem continues to be a project for the Advance Garden Club. Recently, the sixth-eighth grade students planted herbs, Portulaca, weeded plant beds, mulched and planted azaleas in the memorial section of the gardens. ill C4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday, May 5, 2016 Cooleemee Getting Ready For The Prom Really Is A Big Deal By KG Smith Cooleemee Con spondei The annual Grimes Parker Basketball Camp fish fry fundraiser will be May 7. Two pieces of flounder, slaw, fries, drink and dessert for $10. All proceeds go towards the Grimes Parker Basketball Camp that is held each year. Feel free to eat your delicious plate of fish in the lunchroom of Cooleemee • School, or take out service will be available. A community revival will take place at Coolee- mee First Baptist Church May 22-25. Debra Perry and Jaidyn's Call will be singing at the First Baptist Church on June 11 at 7 p.m. Going to the prom is a big deal today. Perhaps a bigger deal than when I went in my day. Not only are the nails meticulously manicured, but the toenails, too; a French manicure at that. It's almost like getting ' ready for a wedding. Thehair is professionally done Reid Marshall and Hope Grubb are dressed for the prom, but not before photos are made with her parents, Ron and Cindy mostly and the dresses, Grubb. well, they don't make prom dresses like they used to. Mildred James was my saving grace when she made my dress for my ju- nior prom. That was some years ago. The dresses this year were full of beads, stone, cut outs and full length. They were so beautiful and interestingly designed. Each dress seemed to fit the teenager v perfectly like it was special made just for All colors could be seen but the two lovelies that I captured before they head- ed out to Kindetton wore red gowns and the girls Hope Grubb went to her . grandparent's home of Den and Judy Grubb to have some pictures made. Of course, parents of both were present. Ron and Cin- dy Grubb are the parents of Hope, and Randall and An- gle Marshall are the parents of Reid Marshall. . Hope was a beauty in her two-piece jeweled cut out gown made of red taffeta with a beautiful sheen. Thomas and Manika Ma- gallanes are the proud par- ents of Cayce Magallanes. Her date, Maddox Mc- Cloud, was such a gentle- man. His mother is Nina Schercr. Cay. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 5,2016 - CS The students receive a guided tour of the inside of the plantation house.- Photos by Robin Snow History... Continued From Page Cl Anderson served on the board dants group and is a member of about the history of the former Jefferson and Sally also had of Coming to the Table, an orga- the Slave Dwelling Project who owners of the plantation, the children, and they and the chil- nization that uncovers racial his- participates in overnight stays. Hairstons, and their life on the dren of Jefferson and Martha tory and seeks to support healing The students were also treated plantati were half-siblings, so the cousins related to racial inequality. She to tours of the house and g were of African- American and is on the Community Activities by the keepers. Tom Keck and Bob Carter. •, Spurgeon Foster, and have a •cnic lunch on the grounds. The 2.500 acre plantation fea- by Charlie Roden- tures a five-bedroom home that •as completed in 1855. Fosterids bough, history book author, and European des Committee, the Linked Descen- Adrienne Carpenter, and heard They got to meet th purchased the property last year. The guests tell the students about the racial inequalities of the plantation days - and the healing process that is still ongoing. S. Andrew Htirper, M.D. William F. McGuirt. Jr., M.D. Kimberly C. Hobson. MA, CCC-A W. Cooper Scurry, Jr., M.D. Gwendolyn F. Wagoner, M.D. that full-length beautifully adorned with red lace, in- tricate stitching and beads. Her long dark hair made a striking contrast. Both ' couples were all smiles and seemed excited about the evening. Feel free to contact me at www.cooleetneenews® ginail.com or call 336. 250.1133.1 look forward to talking with you. Cayce Magallanes and Maddox McClpud go through some of the pre-prom rituals on Saturday evening. Clemmons 197 Stadium Oaks Dr. Ste. A • Clemmons, NC 27012 www.piedmontent.com The first commitment of Piedmont Ear, Nose and Throat Associates, P.A. (PENTA) is to deliver comprehensive, patient-centered treatment for medical problems involving the ear, nose and throat. The following values guide the delivery of PENTA's services: QUALITY Our professional staff is committed at all times to providing the highest standard of patient care, using state-of-the-art treatment procedures. TEAMWORK Our physicians and health care professionals approach complex patient needs by coordinating the application of their special skills. INTEGRITY We value integrity and will be scrupulously honest in our interactions not only with patients but also with insurers, vendors, and employees. FAIRNESS We will always seek to balance others' interests with our own. We treat our employees fairly and pursue equitable relationships with all our partners in the health care delivery system. ENJOYMENT We want your visit with PENTA to be a positive experience. Our staff is committed to enjoying their work and believes you will experience that dedication in the care you receive. Proud mother Manika Magallanes poses with daughter Cayce before Go Far runners at Cooleemee Elementary and their coaches: at left, Sydney Phelps, Somer Johnson. Kaycee Dbcon, Tori the prom. -Burton. Lauren Parker; and at nght, Damien Zamora. Diego Sarmiemo, Alex Torres, Angel Rodriguez. Bryan Argueta. Our physicians, audiologists and staff are dedicated to the provision of quality Ear, Nose, Throat, Audiology and Allergy services for children and adults. C6 . DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thtraiay, M»y 5,2016 9 Cana/Pino DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 5,2O16 - C7 Vauda Ellis and Renae Lall are pleased with the Poplar Springs open house last weekend. At right, artist Hannah Lltaker is ready for a personal sketch. Sheffield-Calahaln Poplar Springs Open House Again A Success By Brenda Bailey Sheffield-Calahaln Correspondent wishes go to cise. Since they opened in January, I have lost several pounds. I'm not one to ex- ercise, but I love lo dance. You don't need a partner toBirthday those celebrating this week: clog or lim Fred Brockway and Car- The Harmony High roll Jordan on May 5; Julia School Alumni meeting is Powell, Dakota Waller and Saturday at the school, host- Vicki Reeves on May 6; ed by the Class of 1966, the Carl Dyson, Ruby Bailey last class to graduate. Doors and Joannah Pierce on May open at 5 and dinner wilt be 7; Seann Lengyet on May 8; served at 6 pjn. The cost Steve Ijames and Coyte Pre- of $13 will be collected at vein: on May 9; and Mark the door. Alt graduates and Rcavis, Clarence Draughn those who attended Har- and Faye Church on May mony High and their guests Shoppers look for the perfect item in the restored old school building. 11. Congratulations to Dale are invited. For more infor- mation or questions, contact Donald at 336-682-3456, Glenn at 7O4-881-I091 or Janice at 336-972-8029. The next Hotdog Sat- urday at New Union UMC will be held May 28. The next Senior Bible •ill host its 4Oth annivcr- Study at Liberty Wesleyan sary open house on Satur- Church will be held Tues- day, May 14 from 3-8 pjn. day. May 1O at 10 and Debbie Ijames who will celebrate their anniversary on May 9. If you would like an anniversary or birthday posted, please do not hesi- tate to call or email me. The Sheffield-Calahaln Volunteer Fire Department . Ev- There will be activities for eryone is invited, kids of all ages, music and The Reeves family re- door prizes. Free hotdogs union will be Saturday, June will be served from 6-7 p-m. 4 at the Sheffield-Calahaln Everyone is invited. Community Center at 4p.m. Game Night at the Shef- A covered-dish dinner will fieid-Calahaln Community be served at 5. The center Center and Recreation Area is at 174 Turkeyfoot Road, will be held Friday, May 20. Everyone is invited. Doors open at 6 for conces- The William R, Davie sions and bingo begins at 7. VFD Spring Fling will be In last week's column held Saturday, May 21 from there was a photo of a I0a.rn.-i p.m. There will be Bonita Snyder and Linda Harpe stay busy checking out customers, young man. The young pri- a car show, old tractors, ven- vatc was the late Winferd dors, a silent auction, music (Wint) Swisher, son of Mr. and food. If you would like and Mrs. Marsh Swisher to reserve a vendor space at and father of Rick Swisher. the cost of $10 for a 10x10 Thanks to John Hill for sub- spot, call 336-909-8480. mining this photo. If you The department is at 3401 have a photo to share, please US 6O1 N. forward to me. Junior Dunn and the Backwater will perform Country Grass Band gave Friday at BJ's, and Jeff Mi- a great performance at chael and New High Coun- The Korner Deli Saturday. try will perform Saturday. There will be no band this This family-oriented mu- Saturday. sic hall is at 114 Turkey- Wiley Stanford and the foot Road. Doors open at Deep Roots Band will be 6 p.m. and music is from performing Friday, May 20 Cooper Brooks with Terri Greenwood, Talia Keating, Evie and Grant Gaither, Rylee Hardy and 7-9:30. This is a great place Cindy Milan, and Sage Lackey listen to Miss Paula read "The Little Mermaid" at the Harmony Public to go and get some exer- Please Sec S-C - Page C7 Library storytime. At right, Sage Lackey and Rylee Hardy enjoy snack time. FAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY DR. 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MAIN ST., MOCKSVILLE, NC 27O28 - 336-940-8253 By Betty Etchlson West Cana/Pino Correspondent According lo Webster's Dictionary, the word stal- That seems to be the per- fect word to describe Lon- nie Gene Miller Sr. who died on Sunday. April 24, 2016. He was indeed strong, sturdy, and resolute. He was a giant in the Pino community, not in size, though he was a tall man. but in character and spirit. Gene was the most positive person one would ever want to meet. When the clouds looked darkest and condi- tions were the harshest. Gene would say, "The best is yet to be." These were the words of a farmer who had tilled the land for more than 70 years and who would still say. "I never had a complete crop failure. Sometimes the corn didn't grow very tall but I never had a complete failure." He was equally optimis- tic about everything local, state, and national. (l*m-not sure how Gene, a true Dem- ocrat, felt about the national scene this year. He said that he voted only once for a Republican for president, Mr. Nixon, and that didn't turn out well. After that he returned to the Democratic fold, but I did not get to discuss the 2016 races with him.) Gene was a family man, who with his wife, Marie, raised three fine sons, Lon- nie Jr., Michael and Patrick. Two of "the boys" live in Pino and the other one 1 jyes nearby.'All of the Miller sons attend Wesley Chapel Unit- ed Methodist Church as did Gene and Marie, who Gene always called his "bride" even though they had been S-C ... Continued From Page C6 at the Farmington Commu- nity Center. Doors open at 6 p.m. for concessions, and music begins at 7. Admis- sion is $6. Spring was in the air at Poplar Springs School Sat- urday. Shoppers were find- ing that perfect unique, one of a kind item. Many were shopping for Mother's Day gifts. As usual, the sour- dough rolls and baked items were a hit. Renae Latl and Vauda Ellis thank everyone for making this event so successful. If you missed the open house, you defi- nitely want to make plans to attend the Christmas Open Melissa Gaithcr invites children (0-4) to Toddler Storytime each Wednes- day morning from 10:30- II at the Harmony Public Library. Paula Cress with Kiwanis brought books lo give out to the children, read a story and provided snacks for story-time this past week. The library will have Maker Mondays in May from 5-7 p.m. where peo- ple can gather to create, invent and learn: May 9, bookmarks from coffee stir sticks, tongue depressors, etc.; May 16, making and flying paper airplanes; and May 23, magnetic photo frames. Thursday, May 5 from 5-7 p.m., Cinco de Mayo craft day will be celebrated at the library. Crafts and snacks are provided for tod- dlers through fifth grade. After several requests. yes. Amber Thutt is still col- lecting soda can tabs for the Ronald McDonald House. You can take them 10 her anv Sundav at New Union L. Gene Miller, who died on April 24, is pictured Latham and Gene Murray, married more than 70 years, eran. who fought in World Gene loved his wife and his War II, and fought is the sons; and he was probably operative word. He fought in the European Campaign with the 44th Infantry Divi- a machine gunner. He was in (he thick of the fighting with his wife, Marie, at left and at right with neighborhood friends Harmon never happier than the four men went to a farm show together. Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church, which Gene called, "First Church, but would rarely mention it. Pino," was special to Gene He did talk about men fall- Lord, ing around him, and he said I all he was concerned Miller. He loved h and he loved his and igly supported it about was surviving so he :ry way. His financial could get back to Pino. He support was crucial 'the aid that while he in building of the fellowship the thick of the fighting he hall. Gene and Ma t in the back corner grave of a man who died in i and -were World War 1 and he did not stones. He said, "When that ship entered New York harbor lombstoi.- tended worship service and at Wesley Chapel which Sunday School each week, showed crossed rifles on the They 'of tht always willing to enter into discussions. Gene knew the scripture: the need arose. One of his and I saw the Statue of Lib- favoriie parts of the Bible erty that was all the thanks I was Ecclcsiastes 3: "There wanted for my service." He is a time for everything, and had served my country and :ason for every activ- had been spared to return to see the Lady again—thanks die. a enough. Gene stuck by his vord and never took part in 'eterans' nclivilies - being s sold their years ago crop farm- ity under heaven: i time to plant and' a tin uproot." Gene and Marie attended church regularly until the if old age prevented .:• enough thanks for him. The Miller Farm at the them from doing so. No one crossroads of NC 801 and can really take Gene Mill- Cana/Pino roads was an- er's place at Wesley Chapel, other love of Gene Miller's "First Church, Pino." life. He loved farming - me and I'll sec that she re- ceives the tabs. She appre- ciates your help with this worthy cause. Prayer requests continue for Madeline Lapish, J.W. Kcaton, Melvin Allred, Tom Cloer, G.H. Goforth. Bryan Swain, Jean Reavis, Bonnie Gunier, Lori Dyson, Villard Beck, Bertie Stout, Sherri Dyson, Johnny Naylor, Dot Keller. Elizabeth Foster, Rick Swisher, Pat Moore, Perry Gartner, Jimmy Bai- ley, John Henry Reeves, Todd Olson, Randy Davis, Edward Gaither, Deborah Nichols, Sylvia Ratledge Williams, Joyce Beck. Well- man Beck, Hazel Smoot, Charles and Greta England, Wanda Hale, Ronnie Foster. LcAnn Wirth, Elaine Beau- champ, Lester lid wards. Ruby Bailey, Peggy Wat- son, Gerald Messick and Ronald Richardson. Our sincere condolences to the Willie Mae Bracken family. Submit items to brfbai- ley@msn£om or call 751- Sunday. ing, raising sheep. You name it. Gene loved it. He loved riding his John Deere tractor, and he must have liked milking cows because he had a Grade A dairy and milked for many years. When the Millers' milking machines stopped working, Gene, the staunch Demo- crat. would call Northwest Dairy Equipment and say this equipment has gone Republican. This meant that he needed service immedi- ately.) The Miller cows several and have bee ers since. In 2014, was 91, Gene helped plant the com crop. He had been riding a John Deere tractor and planting crops for about 70 years and the only thing not being able to gel on that tractor. In fact, this spring he told his sons, "It's time for us to begin planting corn." Gene was a fanner at heart until the day he died. valuable church member and a great farmer. Gene Miller was a great neighbor. Each year he planted, har- vested, and delivered Silver Queen com to his neigh- bors. What a neighbor. He lived beside NC 8O1 ap- proximately four score and ten years and he helped un- told numbers of people who had trouble on the highway. The Miller house seemed to attract people in need and the Millers helped. Gene also welcomed all newcomers to the commu- nity. He was a one-man wcl- happened upon a newcom- er, he/she would say, "That man who lives near the That man was Gene Miller, a great neighbor and a fine man. The people of Wes- ley Chapel Church and the Pino community are going to miss Lonnie Gene Miller. Sr., but we have to believe, "The best is yet to be!" A memorial service for L. Gene Miller Sr. was held at Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church on Sun- day, May 1 with the Rev. Arnold Gosnell in charge of the service. Burial with military honors provided by VFW Post 10346 followed in the church cemetery. Pri- the ladies of the church and friends served lunch to the Miller family and members of the church. We were still mourning the loss of Vernon Dull, another devout member of Wesley Chapel Church and of the Fellowship Sunday School class, when Gene Miller died. In fact we are also still really sad about the deaths of church members, Mattie Ward, Marie Miller, Frank Hawkins, Virginia Murray, and Gene Whittak- er, who was a frequent visi- tor at Wesley Chapel. This week a letter ar- rived concerning one of our own. The letter was from Charles H. Dickens, a past speaker of the N.C. Senior Tar Heel Legislature, which said: "Vcmon Dull was the Speaker of the North Carolina Senior Tar Heel Legislature when I became a member in 2OO5. We be- came friends and worked together on many efforts for the benefit of older residents of North Carolina. He was certainly a very effective representative of the people of Davie County." This was certainly high praise for one of our own from Mr. Dick- ens of Asheville. Please mark your calen- dars for the Wesley Chapel breakfast on May 24. Also reserve June 5 to attend the homecoming at Wesley Chapel. Both of these events will occur several days from now but we do want you to reserve the dates so you can join Wesley Chapel people for breakfast and then for hotr Folks cut a rug to the tunes from Hard Times at BJ' BJ's Music Hall in the Turkeyfoot community features live music most ev- ery Friday and Saturday evening. Above, Hickory Bend provides the mu- sic for listening and dancing. Betty and Don Stroud take a break from dancing. He is also the square dance caller at the music C8 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 5. 2016 County Line Breakfast, Yard Sale Scheduled This Saturday By Shirley Thome County Line Correspondent Sunday. May 8, is Moth- er's Day and local churches will be honoring mothers in ceive gifts of appreciation; the Salem men will serve breakfast to the women at 8:30 in the fellowship hall. Next week we .will pay special tribute to our moth- ers. Here's wishing all of our mothers a blessed and gracious day of honor. Begin the weekend with Celebrating Family Day at Clarksbury Methodist, irom left: Pastor Katie Lineberger and Jonell Lewis, Audrey Anderson; Andy Lineberger and Matt Gartner; and Mary Grace and Andy Krider, also celebrating a bridal shower. a.m. Saturday, May 7 at the V-Point Building on Old Mocksville Road about .3 mile from NC 901. The buf- fet 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. All proceeds benefit After breakfast, take a short drive down NC 901 south to Davie Academy Road to the church-wide yard sale at Calvary Baptist noon. Proceeds benefit the mission projects of the Cal- vary Women on Missions. Remember the 7-wcck Bible study, "The Armor of God" by Priscilla Shirer, beginning today (Thursday) at Salem United Methodist Church. The study meets at 10:30 a.m. on Thursdays. The United Methodist Women of Salem will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 11 in the fellowship hall. The women invite others as they study mission work Upcoming community Appreciation" at 5 p.m. Saturday, May 14 at Piney Grove AMEZion; "Friends and Family Day" at 3 p.m. Sunday. May 15 at Piney Grove AME Zion; Clarks- bury Seniors' day trip to Shatley Springs Tuesday, May 17; and country ham and sausage breakfast spon- sored by the Salem United Methodist Men from 6-10 a.m. Saturday, May 21 in 1 Terry Padgett talking with Sandy Cline. Bob and Shirley attend the hamburgers and hot- dogs. Diane Padgett and Doris Kurfees. Marie Heath and Mama Trivette - more of the Clarks- bury kitchen crew. the fellowship hall. The fall of 1965 and 1966 brought stark chang- es for County Line public School kids. Until then the vast majority of kids at- tended either Cool Spring High School or Harmony High School although Da- vie County had been send- since the late 1950s. For many kids, their parents and grandparents had at- tended the same school. My dad graduated in 1934 and Grandma Thome grad- uated in 1906 from Cool Spring. Those kids living ers to attend Davic schools and Iredell ceased sending buses to pick up students in Davic. A few furnished their own transportation to Cool Spring or Harmony. Then consolidation came to Iredell as North Ircdetl and South Iredell high schools opened their doors the faU of 1966. Cool Spring and schools (1-8). This year the Cool Spring and Harmony alumni associations will be honoring the class of 1966 - the last graduating class - at their annual meetings. The Cool Spring Alumni ml r acting will be Saturday, May 7 at the Unity Center in States- villc. Doors will open at 5 p.m. and dinner will be served at 6. All graduates and former students, former and current faculty and ad- ministrative staff, and their spouses are invited. Enter- door. Ft photo presentation and pia- St no music by Ulysses Long of "America's Got Talent" fame. Cosl is $12 per per- please call Bonnie Brown Miller on 753-1050. The Harmony High School Alumni Association Edna Anderson, Sue Jones and Alice Waugh work in the kitchen. will hold its annual meeting procedure for Parkinson Saturday, May 7 at the cafe- went well and he returned leria of Harmony Elements- home last Friday; howe hornry. Doors will open at 5 and the meal will be served at 6. Enjoy fellowship, entertain- reunion with fellow alumni. Cost is $ 13 per person at the infon all .laid oud 682-3456. Our community sends get-well wishes to Wade Moody and Billy Stroud. Wade fell and broke his arm. Billy has been having vertigo problems and is un- dergoing tests to determine the cause. Renny Hollon's fell ai home later that day and broke his left hip. He had hip surgery Saturday at Wake Forest Baptist Medi- cal Center and is beginning therapy. Michelle G. Low- man is receiving physical therapy. David Stccle re- mains in" rehab at Bermuda us in prayer for the Lord's divine healing and bless- ings upon these resident: and others who are having health problems. Call 492-5115 or email S(ttlink@hi>tmail.com. Eli, Byron Smith, Jeanette and Ronnie Smith, Jack Koontz. Folks attending a spaghetti supper at Salem Methodist include: far left - Travis Anderson making a point; Paul Shew accepting a compliment from Barbara Koontz; Janice Meyer and Leonard Godbey serving John Hop- kins; and Rich Long, Pastor John Er- win and Tammy Newton (above). Danny Anderson. Danny Gartner, Mickey Gartner and Paul Shew - ,,,.,.,•„. ,_ ., —share some "man talk." Margaret Ann and Paul Shew. Sue and Kay Williams, Sheila Campbell. Brenda andFred Swisher. Karen Sloan, Erin Gartner, Hannah Gartner, Sarah Daywalt, John Hopkins enjoy David Gartner, Sara Wallace, Betty Gartner, Judy Koontz. Mickey Obituaries DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 5. 2016 - C9 Mary Brock West Mrs. Mary Brock West, 84. died Monday, April 25, 2016 at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home. She was bom April 24. 1932 lo James Hugh Brock and Nannie Sue Laird Brock in Davic County. She was the second of 3 children, with an older brother, James Enoch and a younger sister, Emma Sue. She attended Wesleyan College and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She graduated from UNC in 1954, with a bachelor's degree in education. While teaching in Jacksonville, Fla., she met and married William Eugene Bundy. Her first son, Enoch Edward was born in I960. A daughter, Lissa, was bom in 1961, passing away shortly afterwards. After being divorced, she returned to North Carolina to leach. In 1967, she met and married Albert Edward West, a World War II Navy veteran. They moved to Arkansas, where her second son.Timothy Albert, was born in 1968. The family moved frequently, living in North Carolina, Florida and Costa Rica. She returned to Davie County for good in 1987. Fol- lowing the death of her husband in 1994, she lived in the Crcekwood community in Advance. She was a member of Macedonia Moravian Church. She enjoyed reading, paint- ing and genealogy. Survivors: her sons; her sister; 4 nephews; and a niece. Condolences: MvwJmvw0rth~miller.com. Mary Nell Eaton Hanes Mrs. Mary Nell Eaton Hanes, 88, of Winston-Salem, died Wednesday, April 27,2016. at her home. She was bom Feb. 13. 1928. in Davic County to the late Wade Hampton and Lau- ra Peoples Eaton. Mrs. Hanes retired from Wake Forest Baptist Hospital as a certified registered nurse anesthetist. of Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church and the Gulp Sunday school class. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Ray Edward Hanes; 2 brothers. Wade H. Eaton Jr. and Thom- as Lcroy Eaton; and a sister, Mildred Louise Oehman. Herman Brown Orrell Herman Brown Orrell of Cl- April 26, 2016 at Brighton Gart Winston-Salem. He was born Aug. 9. 1925 in called "God's Country" to Lee Brown and Nan- nie Beauchamp Orrell. He was the eighth of 11 brothers and sisters. He was a veteran of World nmons died Tuesday, ns Assisted Living in ind Bobbie Bynum Olsen Mrs. Bobbie Bynum Olsen, 84. of Bermuda Ri formerly Orleans, Mass., died Friday. April 29, 2016 c Bermuda Village. She was born April 16, David King and Rachel Wright Bynum. Mrs. Olsen is preceded in death by: her husband, Herbert Olsen; and sister, Mary Moore. vid Olsen and wife Diane of Lewisville; daughter. Dr. Lisa Kirkland and husband Daniel of Bel Air. Md.; 5 grandchil- dren, Emma Rose, Sophie and Benjamin Olsen and Alexan- der and Nicholas Kirkland; sis- ter, Marie Saint and husband Vance of Scottsboro, Ala.; 2 sisters-in-law. Ruth Olsen Johnson and husband Axel and Vickie Olsen Michael and She and Herbert were married for 58 years. In addition to being a homcmaker, she worked as an insurance agent until her retirement. Throughout her life, she was known for her generosity, volunteering time and energy with sev- eral organizations on Cape Cod, Mass, and most recently in North Carolina. She enjoyed gardening, baking, figure skating, rooting for the Boston Red Sox, and spending time with family and friends. A memorial service was to be held at 2 p.m. Thursday. May 5 at Bermuda Village, with the Rev. Paula Northnip officiating and a reception following. Memorials: Hospice/Palliative CarcCentcr, 101 Hos- pice Lane, Winston-Salem, 271O3; Habitat for Humanity. 341 Witt St., Winston-Salem. 27103; or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Condolences: wwwJiayworlh-miUerjcom, Shelby Olen Smith Shelby Olen Smith. 80, died Friday, April 29. 2O16 at Forsyth Medical Center. He was bom Dec. 7. 1935, in Norfolk, Va., to the late Jo- ;eph and Ruby Smith. He grad- | uated from Gray High School in ns ion-Salem wjih the class I of 1955. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He worked at RJ | Reynolds Tobacco Co. for 15 irs and for McLean Trucking | Co. in Winston-Salem NC for 16 years. He retired from Tri- nac Transportation in 20O9. He j loved being a truck driver. "Survivors: his wife of 39.5 'ears, Elaine Ginther Smith; 3 ;ons. Michael G. Smith (Marie) I of Phafftown, Phillip G. Smith (Gaye) of Mocksville, and Tim- | othy M. Smith of Kemersville; a brother. Tommy Smith of Cas- selbcrry, Fla.; 'a grandson, Matthew Smith; 3 granddaugh- ters, Anna Smith, Rachel Smith (Wesley).and Emily Hard- en (Justin); and a great-grandson due in July. The family received friends Tuesday, May 3, at Davie Funeral Service. The celebration of life service was con- ducted at 11 a.m. Wednesday. May 4, at Davie Funeral Service Chapel officiated by George Newman. Burial fol- lowed in Rose Cemetery in Mocksville. Condolences: wwwjdaviqfitneralservlce^com. olton St. .Winsto Condolences: War II. and served as soldier in the U.S An during the occupatic driving troop transport trucks on the German Au- (obahn. He was honored to follow Ihree of his older brothers. John, Steve, and Grady who also served their country in World War II. Returning from the war, he worked for ;ister. Elizabeth Elaine E. Hanes Knitting in Winston-Salem. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. in Leesburg, Fla., and the R J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.. irday, where he drove an 18-wheeler in the truck and storage divi- sion for 34 years. He worked tobacco markets in Lumber- ton. Oxford, and Owensboro, Ky. He loved being outdoors enjoying nature, and inherited his green thumb from his mother. He could grow anything, loved tending his large Hanes of the home; a daugh- ter. Judith Rae H. Wells (Da- Hanes Wells, all of Asheville; o Foster (Larry) of Advance. A funeral service was conducted at 2 p.i April 30 at Eaton Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Darrci Crotts officiating. Burial followed in Smith Grove Unilct Methodist Church Cemetery. The family received friend: Memorials: Smith Grove UMC Cemetery Fund, 3492 gardens and t< US 158, Mocksville; or Wesley Memorial Methodisi. 1210 surrounding h ,-Salcm, 27103. he daily walked his same route through Tanglewood Pai vw^asonfuneralservlce^om. with friends. After his walk each morning he headed to Bojangles in Advance for breakfast and conversation. He exemplified integrity, faithfulness, and honor. He lived by the motto, "Be kind to people and treat everyone as you want to be treated," which he said he learned from his mother. He knew that friends could come from anywhere; born June 12, 1942, you just have lobe friendly. He developed deep friendships in Cabarrus County to the late throughout his life because he loved and cared about peo- ple. He was a lifelong member of Mocks United Methodist Church in Advance, which he helped to build and where his first wife. Barbara Speas Orrell was organist and choir director until her death in 1975. He attended Lewisville United Methodist Church and was a member of the Wes- =h. leyan Sunday School Class with his second wife, Mildred Ward Orreil until her death in 2013. He commented how me blessed he was to have found two good women. ns, He was preceded in death by his first wife, Barbara ;ell Speas Orrell; his second wife, Mildred Ward Orrell; a son, her Michael Stephen Orrell; and 4 brothers and 5 sisters. Survivors: his sister. Aldene Orrell Daniel; his daughter. Candace Batchelor and husband Rick; his grand da lighter. Caroline Batchelor McLean and husband Will; and his Robert Parker Alton Hartsell Jr. Mr. Robert Parker Alton Hartsell Jr.. 73. of Gladstone Road, Mocksville, died Thursday, April 28, 2016, at For syth Medical Center in Winston-Sali Robert Parker Alton Hartsi Sr. and Annie Elizabeth Livi good Hartsell. Mr. Hartsell retired from Davie County Schools. He was a member of First United Methodist Chu Salisbury. Survivors: his wife. Du T. Hartsell of the home; 3 s. HanRobert. Thompson Hartsell (Joy), all of Salis- bury and Boger Alt (Chastity) of C Hartsell ice; and 10 grandchildren, Sabrinah, grandson. William Ricks Batchelor Jr.«vife, Gracie; Emily, Melanie. Colli kayla, Peyton, Bella, Cayla, Beck and Badin. A funeral service will be conducted at 1O a.m., Saturday, May 7 at Victory Baptist Church with the Shelby Harbour officiating. Burial will follow in Liberty United Methodisi Church Cemetery.The family will receive friends from 6-9 p.m., Friday. May 6 at Eaion Funeral Home. Memorials: Victory Baptist. PO.Box 686, Cooleemee; Liberty UMC, 141 Liberty Circle. Mocksville: or Ameri- can Cancer Society, 4-A Oak Branch Drive. Greensboro, 27407. Condolences: w\\">\'.eatonftineralservice.cam. Laura Bculah Robbins Kimrcy Mrs. Laura Bculah Robbins Kimrey, 86, of Dulin Road, Mocksville, died Thursday, April 28, 2016, at Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem. She was born Feb. 14, 1930, in Wilkes County to the late Silas McKinley and Dora Hall Robbins. Mrs. Kimrcy enjoyed working in her yard , sitting on her front porch and working word search puzzles. Mrs. Kimrey loved everyone she met. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Ray- mond Kimrey; a granddaughter. Sheila Renee Kimrcy; and 6 siblings, Dwight, Carl and Charlie Robbins, Mary Sea- mon. Ina Ruth Phillips and S.K. Robbins. Survivors: 3 sons, Grady L. Carter (Ruth). Ralph Kim- rey (Stephanie) and Ray J. Kimrey (Karen), all of Mocks- ville; 4 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren; a great-great- grandchild; a sister, Louise Keaton of Mocksville; and A funeral service was conducted at 2 p.m., Sunday, May I at Eaton Funeral Chapel, wilh the Rev. Lloyd Taylor. The family received friends Saturday, April 30 at the funeral home. Burial followed in Jerusalem Baptist Church Cem- sisiers-in-Iaw. Julia Spcos Davis, Kay Speas Brt Creed Church, and Sherry Creed Kinnaman; brothers-in- law. Kenneth Alley. Harold Price, Will Creed, and Wayne Creed; and many nieces and nephews. There was a service to celebrate his life on Monday. May 2 at noon at Mocks United Mclhodist Church in Ad- vance, wilh the Rev. Gary EIrod and Dr. Ivan Peden offici- aling. His family received friends at 11 a.m. at the church. Memorials: Mocks UMC, 523 Beauchamp Road, Ad- vance; or Lewisville UMC, 6290 Shallowford Road. Lew- isville, 27023. Condolences: wwwJiayworth-mlHer^com. What a deal! ]~Yr. 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Friday, May 13th 10 am - 6 pm Saturday, May 14th 10 am - 4 pm Clemmons Library Auditorium •Hardbacks $2 -Large paperbacks $1 •Magazines lOc -Regular paperbacks 50t • Prices cut in half at 1 pm on Saturday! •AI! you can carry for $10 from 3-4 pm on Sat. Friends members get first pick at tfte FRIENDS' PREVIEW, Thursday, May 12", 3-6 pm (You can join at the door and be eligible!) Oemmons Library 336-703-2920 3554 Qemmons Rd, demmons NC BBQ Chicken Fork Fire Department Saturday May 7 12 Noon til Sold Out MENU: 1/2 BBQ Chicken Baked Potato, Slaw, Roll, Dessert Eat In or Take Out 3181 US Hwy. 64 East at Fork VoL Fire Dept CIO - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday. May 5, 2OJ6 The Queen Rowan Library Honors Davie's Sherri Jeffries Bv Susan Shiim For The Salisbury Post In her 4-inch heels, which she wore to work ev- ery single day, Sherri Jeffer- ics stands 6 feet tall. She is not a petite wom- an. Her while teeih glow skin. She always has a smile on her face. She smiles when she tells patrons how much money in says they owe. And then she waits. And nearly every single time, the patrons — the with staff members — open their wallets, gladly, and pay. Robert Jones may be the court jester, but Sherri Jef- feries reigns as the queen of Rowan Public Library. Jefferies retired Friday after 35 years, and library staff — when the doors closed at 5 — gave her a the Stanback Room was out- fitted with a "throne," and, wearing a golden crown on her head. Jefferies walked on a red construction paper carpel, before extending greetings to her subjects — irly 100 friends, work- Dressed regally and seated on her 'throne,' Sherri Jefferies smiles for the camera as Sandy Bogle snaps a photo. RPL employees Paula Rusher and Beverly Gaston are at left. - Photo by Susan Shlnn slide ol, her desk "He got he didn't w family membi had gathered. The library's Mi tie said that Jefferies never lost her composure over the years, and had prepared ian Ly- library i Jefferies graduated fi Davie County High Sch< and envisioned herself as Fortune 500 company. "Certainly not slaying 35 years," she noted in the presentation. But Phil Barton, then the Jefferie library's director, hired her. Jefft "I Ihink he saw some- thing in this young lady from Davie County," she said. Early in her career with mily — but n eep working." She t enough to a lo id. the library, for the card He told her there'd be no thai position, but he'd like her to consider the job. "I thought, this man thinks I must want his job," then went on to work for Jeff Hall, the li- brary's current director. He wanted her lo stay seven more years, and she stayed five, she said, "but only be- thanked for family were in attendance, includ- ing husband Rick, her broth- er, and her three sisters. Then it was time for re- freshments prepared by li- brary staff, along with cakes baked by one of her sisters. Hall has worked at the li- brary for 28 years — many longti bers there. "She's my right Marian Lytle, who came lo work for the library in 1987. "She is wonderful. She is a class act of the highest de- gree. Her leadership, style, and knowledge of the ins and outs of this organization Ann Briggs Shaver was one of several retirees who attended Jefferies' recep- tion. "I worked 30 years with iff mem- the library," she said. "We all leaned on each other." Jefferies' last position typed cards cause the county \uld n atalog. Late id of Jefferies. called Hall gi Speaker Newt Gingrich Endorses Davie's Own Julia Howard for Congress! 1 my insur "You guys have been like family to me," Jefferies said. "1 appreciate you all. 1 will miss all of my work time," Hall Jefferies "the best supervisor in world." ' "We took care of e other," Hall said. "She is wonderful," s :per\ula tion and ihc library's paid siaff of 14. She said she found suc- cess in her role by "being a good listener, first and fore- most, and being a good role model." She added, "This has been the best job ever. I've had good staff members. I've had a dependable staff. I got working with the pub- lic down to a science, and once I did that, it's been In fact, she loved the li- brary so much thai she and Rick married here in 200O. You can just picture her walking down the library's circular staircase, her regal bearing on full display. Rick Jefferies said his plan was to let his wife have her space as she makes the transition into retirement. "She's a busy, busy per- plans to leave a"honey-do" list for her when he goes to work- "1 know if 1 give her one I'm gonna get one back." Friday's event was spe- cial to her as well. "They just went over the top," said Jefferies, who wore a yellow lace dress with leopard-print heels. "They just outdid them- selves." Jefferies and her hus- band, a Cracker Barrel manager, have a blended family of five children and six grandchildren, with one on the way. She's looking forward to spending more lime wilh her family, and is looking to gel into event planning. She and her hus- band have three classic cars, a I972PonliacGrandville,a 1966 Oldsmobile 442, and a Salcen Mustang, and enjoy going to shows and cruise- Jones, the children's li- brarian, called Jefferies one of the most professional em- ployees he has ever worked with. "And she always came in dressed like a million dollars," he said. "Ain't no woman can wear heels like Besides being Jefferies' retirement day, Friday was also her birthday. Library staff had hung a "Happy Birthday" banner in the Hurley Room behind the ta- bles of desserts. All the way around, it was a party fit for a queen. Fn-L-lancc writer Susan Shinn lives in Salisbury. Now carrying jhc- SoiitliGrn Darlin Cliedldn! 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The Davic High Musical Theater Department will pres- ent "Thoroughly Modern Millie" May 12-14 al the Brock Perform- ing Arts Center in Mocksvillc. Shows start at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday and at 2 and 7 p.m. on Saturday. Set in 1922. Millie Dillmount (Toni DePaoli) leaves her Kan- sas roots for a chance in the Big marry her wealthy employer. She soon discovers her feelings for Jimmy Smith (Wyatt Roby) a seemingly penniless paper clip salesman. Still she is determined to marry her boss, Trevor Gray- don (Luke Pratapas/ Michael •Sparks) who she discovers is in love with her best friend. Miss Dorothy Brown (Elisabeth Beau- champ/ Laurel Hecht). Millie soon begins to lake de- problems arise when she checks into a hotel owned by the leader of a white slavery ring in China. As all four try to find love, evil land- lady. Mrs. Meers, (Hannah Shus- key) schemes to sell orphans like Miss Dorothy inio white slavery. Tickets are S 1 5 in advance . 520 at the door. Contact Rebekah Ed- wards or Elaine Snow for tickets or other information: Edwardsr® davieJil2jicMs or 336-751-5905 or 336-75 1 -5905 ext 4 1 37. Collin Weatherman, Luke Pratapas, Bryan Espinoza, Ariel Barker (Muzzy), Connor Bar- ringer, Nick Gonella and Michael Sparks (Muzzy's Boys). Laurel Hecht (Miss Dorothy) and Michael Sparks (Travor Graydon). Millie Jimmy Miss Dorothy Trevor Mrs Meers Ching Ho Bun Foo Muzzy Van Hossmere Miss Flannery Ruth/Stenog Glorla/Stenog Rlta/Stenog Alice/Speed Tappist Cora/Stenog Lucllle/Stenog Ethel Peas/Stenog Stenogs Set Crew Tech Theater class Stage Manager Asst. Stage Manager Choreographer Musical Director Artistic Director The Cast Toni DePaoli Wyatt Roby Elisabeth Beauchamp, Laurel Hecht Luke Pratapas, Michael Sparks Hannah Shuskey Jack Larrabee John Howard Ariel Barker Caroline Jester Emily Tesh Hannah Melton Jillian Griffey Maddt Meade Emily Ruble Tessa Ivester Sara Stanley Morgan Bumgarner.Briannah Freyer, Chelsea Holland, Patrycja Leszczuk, Lilly Murillo, Claire Wallace, Dorothy Parker Addle Thomas Connor Barringer, Bryan Espinoza, Nick Gonnella, Collin Weatherman Rebekah Edwards, designer Laura Cain, Taylor Morgan, Abby Kerr, Eli Wayda, Hunter Bailey, Michael Mock, Shane Picket!, Jalen Revels, David Neal, Jake Allison Dan Dodson, Austin Hamm, Marceli Lewtak, Taylor Smith, Allison Staley, Chelsea Strange, Alexis Williams Taylor Morgan Hunter Bailey Brittany McGinley Elaine Snow Rebekah Edwards Toni DePaoli (Mille) and Wyatt Roby (Jimmy Smith). Luke Pratapas and Elisa- beth Beauchamp. Maddie Meade, Tessa Ivester, Jillian Griffey, Hannah Melton, Emily Ruble and Emily Tesh. Toni DePaoli and Wyatt Roby at a rehearsal..John Howard, Jack Larabee and Hannah Shuskey. The cast of Thoroughly Modem Mille strikes a pose during a rehearsal. " D2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 5. 2016 Davie Schools DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 5. 2O16 - D3 Mocksville Elementary Students of the Week: Jaydon Bnicbaker, Marley Shoemaker, Joshua Mc- Bride, Gavin Adams, Isaac Mo Ellie Prillai Ethan Lakey, Maya Bar- cenas, Kaylce Long, Addi- son Dranc, Ian Pearcy and Devin Kent. Kindergarten students have been learning about animals.The kids loved see- ing animals at the N.C. Zoo. They learned aboul farm animals, frogs and insects. Subtraction practice and games have been happening during math. Students arc working in teams to solve problems. They are able to practice greater and less than numbers when setting up a math problem. Inmath.Mrs.Whitesell's first grade students finished learning about 2-D and 3-D shapes and ". started work- students finished a unit on about rocks. They will en- joy putting new rock knowl- edge to work on a field trip to Dan Nichols Park where they will go gem mining. Mrs. Parker and Mrs. Chunn's second graders wentto Lazy 5 Ranch. They got to feed and pet some of the animals. They also took a trip to Eaton's Farm where they could pet a horse and a cow and leam about prod- animals, animal feed, bees, sheep, goats and more. Mrs. Wyatt's and Mrs. Powers' classes enjoyed a tour of Davie County. They visited several his- toric and important sites, including the Cooleemec Bullhole, Joppa Cemetery, Fulton United Methodist Church, and the Phoebe Ea- ton house. They saw many old buildings and sites such as the Cana Post Office, the old jailhouse. Pudding Ridge and the Cooleemee mill. Third grade had many students who earned the privilege to.wear a hat at school on Wednesday. They earned hat day by donating at least five canned foods to the school's food drive. All Mrs. Whitesell's students at Mocksville Elementary make 3-D shapes, including John Evans and Maya Carlson. Mrs. Thomas' students at Mocksville Elementary take a break from seeing all of the animals at Lazy 5 Ranch. the canned goods that were collected will go to A Store- house for Jesus. Students were recognized at Charac- ter Education Night. Kayli Booic and Alex Delcarmen were chosen for the Charac- ter Education Award. Mrs. Strickland's fifth graders are wrapping up a figurative language unit. In math, they completed a measurement unit.They dis- covered the metric system is easier than the customary system used in the United dents completed the major battles of the Revolutionary War. Ms. Thomas' class has and animals. They took a trip to The Lazy 5 Ranch. Special Olympics is coming up soon. Coolccmcc Elementary Art students are getting things ready for the sixth annual Ashley for the Arts- Arts Smart Festival Satur- day, May 7 from 1-5 p.m.at Davie High. There will be performances, art displayed, make and take art projects, and more. It is free and ev- :ryo i is •elci ss, kindergarten students completed a weav- ing project in which they used types of paper to create uniqjjc rugs. *"F~irst grade is working on self-portraits in which they studied the proper propor- tions of the human head and to make their picture look like themselves. Second grade is creating woven project inspired by Kcnte cloth. They will add symbols to the weaving that their family or community. Third grade is creating story quills inspired by the artist Faith Ringgold. These story quilts will show a memory through drawing. quilting, and written word. Fourth grade is finishing a watcrcolor and ink project of a flower. Fifth grade is creating logos that promote diver- sity. They are the graphic the client with the Diversity Group. They have to present logo ideas to the teacher and who will choose which one will represent the company. Second graders spent a week at the Davie Family YMCA learning about water safety. Instruction included activities about how to stay safe around water. Stu- dents were excited to when they got to apply what they learned in the classroom to the pool. They learned to reach with notation devices and how to safely get in and out of the water. They also learn many swimming techniques such as floating and swimming under wa- ter. They had the opportu- Mocksville Elementary third grade students learn about the old Fulton Methodist Church from Charlotte Lamey. nity to jump from the boat and get experience with boating safety. Students have been learning about comparing stories during reading groups. They are excited about the upcoming family reading night with a pirate theme. Classes have been reading about Black- CONSTRUCTION INCLUDED IN PRICING: Freight To Site [100 Mile Radius SlatesvillQ. NC), Concrete Footers Pw Plan, Split Block Foundation Pet Plan, One Day Crane Service, Professional Sel On Foundation. HVAC System Heat Pump Sized HRISTINI Electric Hookups Existing Service. Interior And Exterior Trim Out, 2 Quality Steps BuittTo Code. More Included! Package Lo-mnote Booing tt Drtng & Large tfoaet Bearoom WB> Gtanau Bom Abu-nisr Ccnnet STUMP REMOVAL read Treasure Island. They used these stories to talk about the author's purpose and point of view. In math students have been work- ing with shapes. They have been learning about how to partition shapes and dis- cuss them as fractions into halves, thirds, and fourths. They will be finishing this unit with learning about shapes partitioned into ar- rays. They used fun activi- ties to build arrays shaped like the sun and petals on spring flowers to make frac- i.They continue a study of life cycles with butterflies and mealworms. Fourth grade is going to the state capitot in Raleigh on May 13. They will visit the Legislative Building, the Capitol building, the N.C. Museum of History, and the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences and Nature Re- search Center. Cornatzer Elementary Fifth grade has been com- pleting benchmark testing and preparing for EOGs. Students are reviewing for testing using a techniques including games and proj- ects. Fifth graders participat- ed in the county field day on April 22. It gave fifth graders an opportunity to itudents from other schools as well as compete in games. PE teachers made this a memorable day. Third grade art students worked in visual arts class the elements of line id shape to express rhythm /ork. AnnaBelle Trivette, Gracie Gobble and Connor Hood sit on the "Kind- Nathan Dzeskewicz, Grayson Haynes, Zane Dyson, Evan Copeland and Ca- ness Bench" at William R. Davie Elementary. |eb Cooper are Kindness Friends at William R. Davie Elementary. Kindness Bench Working At William R. Davie The kindness bench bud- dies at William R. Davie Elementary were chosen by their classmates as being kindness friends. They were chosen be- cause of their compassion and kindness. The kindness friends have been trained by Barbara Weaver, school counselor, to provide assis- bring bullied or left out. Grades 3-5 all signed a bully free pledge . Mrs. Conncll, third grade teacher, has been inspired by the kindness friends show in her class. She said two children went over the bench to help a child who was being left out. They in- vited the child to play. "I like being a kindness bentfi bifdOy-Bec'ausB' I ITRc being kind and I like help- ng othei aid GIT Gobble. Annabelle Trivette said: "I don't like to see others unhappy. I want to be nice and kind to others. I want kids to stop being mean to other kids." Keeyln Oakes said: "The kindness buddy bench means there is always an extra friend to be there for ' them." Paylon Ballou-Tomel said: "Everyone needs to have a friend :ind mibody should feel left out." Maycee Wiles: "Kind- ness friends ;ire there for ev- eryone The kindness bench will help kids from being bullied." Charlotte Anderson said: "Everyone will be more happier and feel safe at school." Aidan Meagher: "We get to help kids that are bullied to get away from the person who is being a bully." Ethan Williams: "More kidd wiir cT>m?*to school if they are not being bullied." Barbara Weaver said she ing nice and kind to each other. "The bench is a safe They know there are kind- Kindness friends, from left: front - Maycee Wiles, Kindness friends Payton Ballou-Tomel, Tyler Corena Whitaker, Charlotte Anderson; back - Shore, Ethan Williams. Josue Serrano, Aidan Keeyln Oakes, Autumn Harbour, Carlyssa Sis- Meagher, Caden Coble. son. ess friend who will help Item feel comfortable and vill include them. The kind- icss bench has made a kind- icss impact on the students it WRD. The teachers also :njoy sitting on the bench," iiid.she Tigers' Lion King May 12-13 South Davie Tiger Play- ers will present Disney's The Lion King Jr. May 12- 13 at 7 p.m. in the theatre. The box office will open at6:30'p.m- ••Regrclfully, we have had to turn people away cals due to capacity crowds. Please arrive early to secure your scat," said Katherine Reeves, drama teacher. Tickets cost S8 for adults and $5 for students 17 years Disney's The Lion King Jr. is presented through ar- rangement with Music The- atre International. call 336-751-5941. Driveway Died of Old Age? Pavement All Droken Up? The average 2,000+ sq. ft. driveway can be removed & replaced with Hi Grade concrete for approx. $4.05 per sq. it. Unpaved driveway can be poured for approx. $3.95 per sq. rt CALL FOR MORE DETAILS & EXACT ESTIMATE! Shoaf Concrete Co. Mocksville, NC 336-751-1989 Mon-Fri 6:3Qam — 3:30pm Surtng l/ou. <?ot. ~OtM, 65 1/taZA f Crossword Answers Sudoku Solution Kind Kids Members of the new Kindness Care Club at William R. Davie Elementary assist counselor Barbara Weaver in making get-well cards, and positive cards to give to staff. The group meets on Tues- day before school. Members in the photo include, from left: front - Autumn Harbour , Corena Whittaker; back - Lydia Rodriquez , Mela- nie Gobble, McKinley Reavis, Nathan Dzeskewicz. 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Proceeds benefit building fund. P° Hotdog drive-thru, Chest- Calt Ouster Lewis at 336-692- 5O nut Grove Methodist, 2812 4553 or email Kcndra Nichols & US 601 N., Mocksville. 11 S&ksnichols78@gmail- ,41 a.m.-l p.m. Homcmndc slaw, BBQ Chicken, Fork Fire K chili, desserts, hotdogs to or- Dcpt., 3181 US 64 E.. Mocks- ur dcr. Donations for local mis- villc.noonuntil ...Halfchickcn. M sions. baked potato, si aw, roll, dessert, P- Community breakfast, cat in or take out. 8r 7-9:30 ajn. Cornerstone May 13, 15 '^ gravy, pancakes, npplcs, OJ, Apostoijc, Zgi'campbcU Rd., CV coffee. Mocksville. 7:30p,m. May 13, s Saturday, May 14 3:3oP.m.May is A Mocks Methodist breakfast, Sunday May 15 6 6:30-10 a.m.. Mocks Church/ Annual Dav, Shiloh Baptist, C Bcauchamp roads. Advance. Depot St., Mocksville, 3 p.m., f Tuesday, May 17 withDr.BeverlySmithofBev- p Poor Man's Supper, Fulton erlyS mi Hi Ministries, Charlotte. c Methodist. 3689 NC sol s., Sunday, May 22 n, Advance. 4-6 p.m. Donations Homecoming, Chinquapin 4> accepted with a portion going GrovcMissionaryBaplIst.il F to missions. Last supper until a.m.wiihlheRev.GarryMelton i fall. of Boxwood Missionary Baptist C Friday, May 20 of Mocksville, and 3 p.m. with a Gome Night, Sheffield Cain- . the Rev. Artis Campbell of d bain Community Center, GreaterMi.MoriahMissionary 5 174 Turkeyfoot Rd., Mocks- Baptist in Mocksville. Lunch > ville. Doors open at 6 with at 1:30. c concessions, games including Ongoing j bingo begin at 7 . Free clothes. Edge wood Bap- SatUrday, May 28 UstClolhcsCloset.IastSatur- Hotdog Saturday, New day of every month, 1O a.m.-2 Union Methodist, Shef- p.m. Infant, children, teens, field-County Line roads, womens.mens. Toys and other Mocksville. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. items. NC 801 just outside Bake sale. Cooleemee city limits. Kid's Night Out, New Union ReUniOnS Methodist, Wcdncsdays,6:30- •^aturdaV MaV 7 8, kindergarten- rztngraae. is Al 1 meetinc Frcc corfcc and doughnuts,Harmony AI i,, every Wednesday,? p.m..Con- 5 p.m.. Harmony E'emt- **• cor(iMclhodisl,ChcrryHillRd. iUnC^fi «•> TASfi n'nn al at NC 801 , Mocksville. 704-88 1-1091 -or Janice, 336- Biblc Study of Revelation, 972-8029. Mocksville. Thursdays atSunday, May 15 u am 57lh Annual Howard Family simply Moms prayer and Reunion, 1 pjn.. Bethlehem book sludv group for moms United Methodist Family Life of nnagcs with kids of allages. Center, Redland Road. Ad- sccon(iFridays,9:3O-ll:30a.m. vance. 336-998-8934. during school year. Cornerstone QAlirVirtn ChrisltanChurcb.NCBOl.Free Thursday, May 5 Weekly Prayer Service, First National Day ol Prayer scr- UMC,N.MamSt.,Downiown, vice, 6:30 p.m., Mocksville Thursday s, noon - 1 pjn.insanc- ELLIS EVERYTHING & MORE Open Eterr Miay t&OO-raOl S SatimlaylMMM) Stuff! Stuff! Corner-all our Stuff!A store full & a shed full - ALL priced RIGHTI Sundresses, Men'sS Ladies' Shorts, Men's summer Shirts Yes, we still have a few racks of winter dote at LOW-LOW Dikes! Sun Glosses, Reading Glosses, Knives, Cones, Night Sticks, Colognes, Jewelry, Tools & light Hordworc, TOV5 & Sooo much morel PiitoBeans,Nlountain&AitiiiliBiitter,SiileMeal,FRESHSAUMiGE)Country Ham & Ham Hocks, Produce, Honey, lams & Jellies UHIIMlWosiinladileBpFiihiiijTjbles.Hehietslall DOT approvedCant name it all. YOU just need to come *• IOOK for yourself! Oh yes- Sheets, Pillows & Comforters (including Bamboo Want to buy your gtuff dwn right Ctieap? Come see us Hwy 601 South of Mocksvilla in Ellis Cents Sorry but we DO NOT accept Debit, Credit or EBT «hool,alMac=d<>m,.Mora- "3-6IO°- Tu"°"f«icI.momh.l&4p.T. • imcrcsttd in r«rworkir,g_ • Chiireh.9ajn.nl 12noon. Saturday, May 7 EMSBuiidiiw.Modisville.FDC Davie County Horse Emer- ional lunch bunch 1 pjn. Formlngton Farmers Mar- . 336-768-6157 ext 1622. geDcyRescoeTeam,7:30P-m-- :s 12 months - 5 yrs. Call kett community center. Fatm- LMtlw^,Fri" .,, evcrvTues downstairs al the Agricultural -6492. mgton Road. To be n vendor. * 9°^<rirsl ,i'me dancers Building. Mocksvillc. Every erShare Recovery & Sup- contact Mclanie at 998-2912. '" * P" ' ,„_ fi.^m Cost $4 3rd Tuesday each month. For tGroap,»tHillsdaIeUMC. Daniel Boone Farolly Fes- '""^^YT „„„ ,° couples or info: 940-21 1 1 . 8US158.Advonce.Second tival, 10 ajn.-8 pjn. Down- ™ c" c^} unk413-52O4 or Davie Co. Band Boosters, ourthSundaysofeachmonth town Mocksville. Crafts, etc. ° ' " meets 2nd Tuesday of month, .m. For info: 998-1020. umil 5. Evcntsnt Junker's Mill *": . ,B^nd|to&rVclenuls, 7:30 p.m.. Dnvic High Band ds Tor Christ, at Liberty begin at noon, in order of ap- Chaoler #75 bide 1958 Room. AC, 141 Liberty Circle. pearance, Dnvie Community tjVfiol s evcrythirdSm.,12-4 Cooleemee Recreation Asso- acksville. each Wed. 3-5:30 Band. Michael Decker magi- For info- 336^(07-5662. elation, Zachary House, 1st 1,. For kindergarten-Sib cian for kids. Flying Saucers {,_eMonUjivDlllbeU,sra|ood Tuesday, 7 p.m. ,dc. No cost, just a time for 60s music, frozen t-shirt and S^^c^iiti™! Screen- TlieArtistGroup.DavieCoun- ly, snacks, Bible stories, & Hula-Hoop contests. Mystery last Fri of each month tyLibrary.7p.m.laslTues.Call jsic. Info: 940-7246. Hillbillies rockabilly music. |" 2009 at WalMart, 9 a.m. til Bonnie at 998-5274. cry month during traditional Fine arts, craft show. 119 ^",c°i^mel.,sMnjvmn8e Community Bldg. hcolycar.9:30-ll:45a.m..at Salisbury St.. Mocksvnle. 9 „„ 14ChurchSt..Wed.- North Coole«mc« and Clark aisc Bnpt. Church. a.m.-l p.m. Proceeds to help ^ IQ ajn til 4 p.m. Tours RoadConncil,2ndWcdnesday. wana, every Wed. evening homeless cats. Children's au- ' avauab'lc by appt. Call 7 p.m. Meeting in different 30-8 p.m. at Eagle Heights thor, afghans. photo greeting 284.6O40 members homes, hurch. cards, handpainted cat hand- storytimes nt Davie Co. Li- heLife&TcnchlngorJcsns, bags, knitted cat toys and brat/. Fri. | j a.m.,mninlibrary. o - esentcd by Mocksville Sev- more. michelemorleneman- ' ' ^ OGniQl S ilh-Day Advcntisl Church, deriiie@gniail.com, 336-766- ^/IflfitinQS All activities take place al on. & Thurs. at J pjr... al 9O10. ThiiroHav 37 Milling Rd.. Mocksville. MaV 12-13 I nursoaj ree admission. For info: 704- The Lion King Jr.,Sotith Da- BacRZScnoo 76-3665. vio Tiger Players, 7 p.m. in "« c°"""'1 hUdrcn & Youth programs theatre. $8, $5. 336-751-5941. Jerusalem* t Ijnmcs Baptist. Each Sun- M3V1214 291Campbel ay evening. Ages 3-11 ot Tho£ „, Modm, „„„',, Tuesday :30; l2-18at5:45. 492-5265. produc(|on by Dnvle High Davie Cou Vomen's Discussion Class- Musjcal Theatre. 7 p.m. May renovationn s, two classes held weekly i2-13 and 2 p m. and 7 p.m. at the courth t Jericho Church of Christ. Majr ,4 Bn)ck perfonning Ongoing rues. 10:30 a.m. and Wed. Arl8 Cenlcr N Main s,., n^e/M,,,!, :30 pjn. No cost for matcn- Mocksville. $15 advance. $20 non.smokin Is. All women invited. al door. Inowe®daviejcl2. Rant Churc Women's Bible Sludy, every ncus (across fron S;5"|P'"l"'°°AriTomer^ Saturday, May 21 Thursdays. Vf,HmsRo.d area.All women Color Do»ntown nntlmed 753-1838. Womcii°ss"tod Gronp Phase SKtnn run with color. 3 p.m.. Mocksville Z.onBiblicalwomen.presented £ ^ DoCmesiicCViolen'ce fellowshiph hyHannohsM,mstnes.Free& ^ Church St. held every second Sat. of each ^ ^ ac%^om 971-2237. nonth. 10-1 lajn.Allwei.* in... Rockin, for Ron fundraiser AI-Anon CarcNelCounsclin Centers for Kirk Scholarship. music, Sundays. 8 N.MainM-.Moci.s . Mocksville. DC Wallbangers. For famit mler-denomma tona c - Dying Breed, Capn Dar. cap- alcoholics, selmg. Academically trained. n^ar&CSJ:om Triumph certified counselors &. mental WednesdaJ health professionals. Info. & May 23-24 ' appt. 75 1 -204 1 . North Davie 8th urade ma- g^^, , Preschool/Parents Morning sical, "James and the Giant Mocksv Ont, Bethlehem United Mcth. Peach, Jr." Wed ofeat Time: 9 a.m.-noon. Ages 1 & Friday, May 27 Brinc you 2-M,WorT.Th.Age3-M.T. Davie High Choral Fest with all your b. Th.Agc4&Prc-K-threeorfour vocal ensemble and Choral share Infi days per week. Call 998-6820. Beginning classes, 7 p.m.. Cominun Preschool, nt Center United Brock Performing Arts Center. Dnvie Cc Methndlst.US64WMocks- N. Main St., Mocksville. rectors, 2 ville. 23. & 4 year olds. Mon- Saturday, June 4 North D d.,-Thur,day.8:30-ll:30a.m. Molorcycle' „„„„ ruo ror month,v Linda owings./31-itsuj Milling Mannr. Registration second M Awana&BIWeStady.Wcdnes- ^ ,„..,„ m.Cnn days at 7 p.m.. Hope Baptist $15 ,.lrg,o $25 double. DJ location c Tabernacle. Tina Crews. Elvis. Patsy Oinc Smart St Coffee House, 4th Sun. each ,m|x.r8ona,(,n.mm,/,oterrunS, ,„„,„, month. 7 p.m.. at Lornaizcr yahootj;om_ BeachNTnn.953 every oth UMC. Good coffee, good fcl- J Sansbu st., Mocksvllle. „„ Yadk, lowship.SL good music. pnblieShredDay.9a.m,noon, Question R P P C 1 £1 1 SI.Francisof Assisi. 862 Yad- Alzheim CTwCirAtg donation per tax deductible per 6:3Op.m a large paper grocery bag. MocksvThursday, May 5^ ongoing """''C Mini-Wcllness ay, (, Free colTce/donuls for vcler- Thurs. 142 Gaither St.. Mocksville, °vew°seIcond°Tu!s"day3ODeTp Church' noon-6 p.rn.. bounce house c kc munit yCenle'r.2120 welcom face punting. g«m=s. henlth cyRd..Yndkin.ille.,pon- Disnbll screemngs.pizza dinner (5-6). soredbi.CourtneyRuri™Ciub. «"• Cb, MasterGnrdcncrPlantSalc.8 of cach montfl by ihe Humane DAV bl n.m.-lp.m.,patkinEloti"232S. Society of Dovic County, af- 336-67 Main St., Mocksville. Prices 50 . fordnblcspay-neuter surgery for Adjuta cents-$3, wilh few exceptions catsanrjdogS.Cnll751-5214to Davic^ • MaV 5 J^BSwtai Bto»3" 278 lEmpowermcnt Mcro St.iMoctovHleiinlc8s oC S',o6,ic- ChS «"«"'« ™«f; 753 Q 623°- Rd-.M^viHe. 5£.lS»Si2Sig;B Ad. May 17 dison> iOL45 n.m. Open to ity Courthoasc pubijc> nn ages, no children. .Cetliig,5:30p.m.. Saturdayp May 14 3USC' Breakfast, 9:30 a.m., bring guests. At least one person must •sv.lle AA, closed ^ age 55 or oi,jer. meeting, at First MondaV May16 i, 390 N. Main St, "' ' ictir hv i Davie Library). JJJVJ* P'm" '* p.m. it o. .. -r-uesc|ay May 17 GardcnCIub,rirst SenlorLunch. I i:30a.m.,agcs p.m., Sept.-June, 55 and up. Register by May 10. all First Methodist, Ongoing Betty Ward, 336- Free AdvanCed Healthcare Planning Workshop, second Family group, Tuesday of each monlh, 1 pjn. p.m., Macedonia Sr Lunchboji, M.T.W. 11:3O NC 801 between a,rn..Th.& Fri., 11 a.m., lunch and Bermuda Run. served daily, es and friends of QuutingClub,cvcry Monday, 10 a.m. Parenting Classes, SKIPBO, Wednesdays, 1 pjn. s, 10:30 a.m.. call Scrapbooklng, every 2nd 1-5636. Tucsday.2p.m. garnering of crafters Free Blood pressure Checks, ille Library, second oncc a month, at 10:30 a.m. in hmonth,7-8:15p.m. lhc Nutrition site, r portable project an Singing Seniors Chorus, :st tips and tricks to Thursdays, 10 a.m. : 751-2023. Scrabble, 1 p.m.cvcry Monday. ity Foundation of Texas Hold'Em -Thursdays, unty Board of DI- j m ndMon.,5. gr. Book Club, every third ivie Ruritan Club, Tues. of the month, 1:30 p.m. dinner meetings. Computer Classes - arc avail- on, of each month, 7 aDic_ call for infomiation. 782-4276 for info and Arthritic Exercise -every other art of Davie County Line Dancing Level l.Tucs- •cting, 3rd Tues. of days, Thursdays, 8:45 a.m. cr monlh at SunTrust Line Dancing Level 2, Mon- nville Rd., 8:30 a.m. days, Wednesdays, 9:45 a.m. s: 751-21 13. LOW Impact Aerobics - Tues. er's Support Group, &Thurs., 11 a.m. sday of cach month. Fitness Equipment Room - .atDavieSr.Serviccs, opcn Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m. til 8 lie. Info: 753-6230. pm_ Fridays 8 a.m. til 5 p.m. lvitanClubmccls4th & Sat. 9 a.m. til 1 p.m. f each monlh, Feb.- Art,Mondays9a.m.iil 12p.m. e- Wed., 8:30 a.m'. d American Voter- Yoga call for dates and scs- pter 75 meets on first sions, ofeachmonth,7p.m.. Dance Party Aerobics, 5:30 •lding,1958US601S. pm onTucs. &Thurs. -6O94 for more info. Silver Health, Mon., Wed., & t J. Rcnfro. Fri. at 8.30 a.m. bounty Diabetes Sup- RBport Davie Dotellne m°on^h 7S-8^0U p'm ltem8 By N°°n Monday NORTW CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF FORECLOSURESRLE 15 GP 105 Under and by virtue ot the power ol sale contained In a claimed. Also, this property Is being sold subject to all taxes. special assessments, and prior liens or encumbrances ot re- cord and any recorded releas- es. Said property Is also being sold subject to applicable Fed- eral and State laws. NORTH CAROLINA. DAVIE CO UIJT Y Under and by virtue of a Power EJ! Sale contained in that certain Deed ol Trust by Randan C. Hants A. Abbott. Trustees), which was rr.ir.LHion [NCGS S 45-21.16A(b) (2)]. Upon termination of a rental rent due under the rental agree' ment prorated to the effective -hundred fifty dollars ($750.OO). dated May 17. 1994 and recorded data of the termination. A deposit ot five percent (5%) Rage 268.'Davie County Regis! » the trustee Is unable to of the purchase price, or seven try. North Carolina. Default having been made mo said Deed of Trust and the undersigned. Trustee Services of Carolina. LLC. having bean substituted as Trustee In said Deed ol Trust, end the holder of this property reason, the sole remedy ot the purchaser is the return of iho de- to convey Include, but are not lim- ited to. the filing ol a bankruptcy petition prior to tho conlirmallon of the sale and re In state men I ol the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. If tho validity ot Iho sale Is challenged by any party. T' ^^SiiSSt T*100" Vance- in ^fomi °*certtfied (unda 8 Jr.) to Mittiholi L. Helfeman, the time of the sale Trustee(s), dated the 10th day , of August 1999. and recorded " °™ trustee ls unablB " ™« « In Book 311. Page 335. in Da- convey uUa *° t"'3 Property tor mo ^^ ovtdon^ng ^la ^fault vie County Registry. North any reason- "ttl so^° remedy of having directed that the Oeod of ~- „ , , pc Carolina, default having been purchaser Is the return ol Trust be foreclosed, the undar- the trustee. In their sole aisi made In the payment of the deposit. Reasons of such signed Substitute Trusted will lion, if they believe the challenge note thereby secured bv the lnabllity to convey Include, but olfer for sate et the courtliouae - •- J' - said Deed of Trust and the un- flra not llm"Bd to- ma fllln9 °' door of «" «»""» courthouse™»un _ fc__. ._. __,., ,_. ._ where ^ proporty is located. or the usual and customary lo- cation at the county courthouse lor conducting tho sale on May 1Q. 2O18 ai 10 ciiiAM, and wilt sell to tne highest bidder for cash tho following described properly situated In Davie County. North Carolina, to wit: Southwest comer o( Richard Allen (Deed Book 38. Pago 3BO) and running the following courses and distances: North 84 degs. 19 mm 15 sec. West 557.92 feet to a point in tha right of way of U.S. Highway 158; thence running along said right ol way North 32 degs. 11 min 40 derslgned, Substitute Trustee Services, inc. having been substituted as Trustee In said Deed of Trust by an instrument duly recorded In the Office ol the Register of Deeds of Davie County. North Carolina and the holder of the note evidencing reded that the Deed of Trust petition prior to the confirmation of the sale and reinstatement ol the loan without the knowledge of the trustee. 11 the validity of the sale Is challenged by any party, the trustee, In their sole discretion, H they believe the challenge to have merit, may request the ) the sale to be Substitute Trustee will olfe sale at the courthouse door In the City ol Mocksville, Davie County. North Carolina, or the customary location designated for foreclosure sales, at 10:15 AM on May g, 2016 and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following real estate situated In the County of Da- vie, North Carolina, and being The purchaser will have ther remedy. •Addftiona/JVptfco tor Rasl- clnntial Pmporty with Lot^ fur- have merit, may request the court to declare the sale to bo void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no further remedy. Trustee Services of Carolina. LLC Substitute Trustee Brock & Scott. PLLC Attorneys for Trustee Services ol Carolina. LLC 5431 Oleander Drlvo Sulto 200 Wilmington. NC 28403 PHONE: (910)392-4988 FAX: <910)392-8587 File No.: 14-17B6S-FCO1 Publish: May 5.12 An order for possession of the property may be Issued pursuant to N.C.Q.S. § 45- 21.29 In favor ol tha purchaser . sec. East 232.O9 foot to a point; thence lowing said right of way and running South 85 dogs. 00 mln. East 452.92 feet to an iron. Southeast comer of W.R. Fos- more particularly described as and against the party or parties tor (Deed Book 64. Pa'go 6ti): Wefmorejyfc, Farms »I WoodleatNC FRESH STRAWBERRIES, READY NOW! Other Fresh Produce Also Available Open: Mon.-Frj. 8:00 a.m.-6:00 pjn Saturday 8:00 ajru-5:OQ p.rru, Closed Sunday follows: BEGINNING at an Iron, Kan- Graves northeast comer in Lucy Cratts line and the south- east comer ol the second tract described by Deed Book 48. Page 258 and running thence with Graves line North 83 degs. 56' West 270.62 foot to an iron stake; thence North 08 degs. 27' East 35.BB leet to an iron; thence North 59 degs. 15' East 181.3 leet to an Iron; thence In possession by the clerk ol 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. 2OO7. may after receiving (he notice of toredosure sale, ter- minate the rental agreement by providing written notice ol ter- mination to the landlord, to be eftecuve on a data stated In the thence South OS degs. 17 mm SO sec. West 2t3.O5 feet to Ihe point and place of beginning, contain- ing 2.438 acres, more or less, as surveyed by C. Ray Gates, Reg- istered Surveyor, Decombor 21. 1992. See Deed Book 166. Page 657 for back Hue. Further desig- nated as Davie County Tax Map E-6. Parcel 3D. Save and except any releases. ances of record. Said property Is commonly AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SAIE NORTH CAROLINA . DAVIE COUNTY Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained I unpaid lar and any other encumbrances or exceptions of record. To the of the undersigned, the current owners) of tho property is/are Slegllnde E. Hennessey. An Order for possession ol trie property may be issued pur- of tho purchaser and against the paiiy or parties in possession the county In which trio property or renewed on or alter October the notice of sale, terminate the rental agreement by providing trio landlord, to be effective on a date stated in the notice that is at least 10 days, but no more than 9O days after the sale date con- tained in tho notice of sale, pro- vided that the mortgagor has not tenant provides the notice of ter- mination [NCGS § 45-21.16A(b) agreement, the tenant Is liable for rent due under tho rental agree- If the trustee is unable to con- vey title to this property for any posit. Reasons of such inability to convey Include, but are not lim- ited to. the Tiling of a bankruptcy petition prior to tho confirmation of the sale and reinstatement of the trustee. If the validity of the__________ _____ ______ , certain Deed of Trust executed sale is challenged by any party. by James J. Hennessey and the trustee, in Sleglinde Hennessey to Wade nc.ii. if they believe the challenge H. Lenard Jr.. Trusteo(s). which ' ' " "'" was dated May 27. 20O4 and re- corded on May 27. 2OO4 in Book 553 at Page 69O and rerecorded/ 3O. 2OO7 In Book 698. Page 325. Davie County Registry, North Carolina, Default having been made North 74 degs. 42 East 134.9 na0cs that |s at least 10 days known as 388B US Highway undersigned. Trustee Services feet to an Iron; thence South but not mom than 90 days 158, Mocksville, NC 27028. Of caroin Ol degs. 11* West 193.4 feet to the BEGINNING, contain- ing 0.79 acres, more or less, and being a part ol the second tract described by Deed Book 48, Page 256 as surveyed Sep- tember 13, 1977 by R. Turner. Together with Improvements located thereon; said property being located at 13B Hod Fern Lnno, Mocksvllto, North Car- olina, SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SERVICES. INC. SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE c/o Hutchens Law Firm P.O. Box 1028 4317 Ramsey Street Fayettevttle. North Carolina i than 90 days, ofler 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 ten- ant Is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to Hid effective date of the tor- TOGETHER WITH a per- petual easement of Ingress and egress 12 feet In width leading from the above tract to NCSR 1BQ1 (commonly known . as the "Deadmon Road*) said easement having as Its souttv [ em boundary the following de- •• scribed line: BEGINNING at '> an Iron, the northeast comer '•' of the above described O.7O acre tract and running thence • South 74 degs. 42' Wast 134.9 feet; thence South 59 degs. 15' West 181.3 feet; thence Stiuth CO degs 51' West 71.0 (oof, thence North 89 degs. 48' :": West 30O.O feet to the center of . : NCSR 1801 right ol way said . easement to be appurtenant to .' the above described 0.79 acre tract and to run with the same '. ; in the hands of alt persons whomsoever. Trustee may. In the Trustee's ,_ , _ sole discretion, delay the sale e^ned action. The tor up to one hour as provided , ho religf n NCGS §45-21.23. 28311 Phone No: (910) 864-3O68 https://sales.hutchenslBwIirm. com Case No; 11632B9 (FC.FAY) Publish; April 28, May 5 NOTICE Of SERVICE BYPOBUCOT10H A cash deposit (no personal Chocks) of five percent (5<K) of the purchase price, or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars ($750.00). whichever ts greater, wit! be re- quired at the time of the sale. Following the expiration of the statutory upset bkl period, all tha remaining amounts are Imme- PARTY PURCHASERS MUST PAY THE EXCISE TAX AND THE RECORDING COSTS FOR THEIR DEED. Said property to be offered pursuant to tnls Notice of Sale Is boiny ottered for sale, transfer and conveyance 'A3 IS WHERE IS.' There are no representa- tions ol warranty rotating to the title or any physical, environmen- tal, hearth or safety conditions existing In, on. at, or relating to the property being offered for saJe. This sale ta made subject to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any unpaid land transfer taxes, spe- cial assessments, easements, rights of way, deeds of release, and any other encumbrances or exceptions ol record. To the best of the knowledge and belief ol the undersigned, the current owners) of the property is/are All Lawful Heir* ol Randall C. Hane*. An Order for possession of the Should tha 16CVD127 STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION v. KEVIN MAURICE COWAN TAKE NOTICE mat a plead- property may be issued pursu- ing seeking relief against you ant to G.S. 45-21.29 in favor of been filed In the above- the purchaser and against Ihe iture ol party or parties in possession i as fill- by the clerk ol superior court ol lows: contracftor money owed, the county In which the property, be pur- That plaintiff have and recover is s°'d- Any person who V Forty-Five Cents (SO.45) per dant. plus Interest at the legal J^^JSrCB olwu. lermi' One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) rate, costs, counsel lees, and renta| „,*«„,„„„ by providing required by NCGS §7A-308(a) such other and further relief as ........ (!). the Court may deem Just and proper. You are required toI The property to be offered pursuant to this notice ~* *ale is being offered lor sale, defense to such pleading no transfer and conveyance 'AS later than the 9tti day ol June. ; IS, WHERE IS." Neither the " Trustee nor the holder ot the note secured by the deed of trust/security agreement, or ; both, being foreclosed, nor the • officers, directors, attorneys, ". •mptoyees. agents or autho- rized representative of either the Trustee or the holder of the note make any representation I or warranty relating to the title ( or any physical, environmental, 1 . health or safety conditions ex- : teting in. on. at or relating to the \ property being offered for sale. ' ond any and all responsibilities \ or liabilities arising out ol or in i! • «ny way relating to any such -, condition expressly are dis- written notice of termination to the landlord, to be effective on a date stated in the notice that Is at least 1O days, but no more than 9O days after the sale date con- „„ , _. talned In the notice of sale, pro- 2O16, (4O days from the date ol vided that the mortgagor has not the first publication). Upon your failure to do so. the party seek- ing relief will apply to the Court for the relief sought. This the 27th day ot April. LLC, having beei lubstitutod as Trustee In said Deed ol Trust, and the holder ol the note evidencing said default having directed that tbe Deed of Trust be foreclosed, the under- signed Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at the courthouse door ol the county courthouse where the property Is located. cation at the county courthouse for conducting the sale on May 10. 2O16 at in 00AM. and will sell to the highest bidder (or cash situated in Davie County. North Carolina, to wit: Being all of Lots 4 and 5 of Fostalt Development recorded in Plat Book 4. Page 127, Davie County Registry to which refer- ence la hereby made (or a more particular description. Sava and except any releases, deeds of release or prior convey- ances ot record. . Said property Is commonly known as 4343 US Highway 601 North and Lot 4 adfacent to 4343 US Highway CO! North, Mock»- vlll* City. NC 27026. A cash deposit (no personal checks) ol dve percent (S-K) ol the purchase price, or Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars (S75O.OO). whichever is greater, will be re- quired at the time of the sale. Following the expiration ol the statutory upset bid period, all the dlately due and owing. THIRD PARTY PURCHASERS MUST PAY THE EXCISE TAX AND THE RECORDING COSTS FOR THEIR DEED. Said property to be offered pursuant to this Notice ol Sale Is being offered for sale, transfer and conveyance 'AS IS WHERE IS." There are no representa- tions of warranty relating to the title or any physical, environmen- tal, health or safety conditions existing in. on, at. or relating to tho property being offered tor sale. This sale Is made subject to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any to have merit, may request the void and return the deposit. The purchaser will have no further Trustee Services ot Carolina. LLC Substitute Trustee Brock A Scott. PLLC Attorneys for Trustee Services of Carolina. LLC 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 20O Wilmington, NC 2S403 PHONE: (91O) 392-49B8 FAX: <91O) 392-8587 Rle No.: 11-2U1GQ FC03 Publish: May 5.12 THENCE NORTH 14-OO-OQ EAST 119.80 FEET TO AN IRON LOCATED 23.O5 FEET FROM THE CENTER OF SR 1134 RIGHT OF WAY. SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 26; THENCE WITH THE UNE OF LOT 26 NORTH 67-15-45 EAST 168.27 FEET TO AN IRON; THENCE SOUTH 23-2O-53 EAST 98.97 FEET TO AN IRON; THENCE WITH ANDERSON UNE SOUTH 87-57-53 WEST 241 .OO FEET TO THE BEGINNING CONTAINING 0.459 ACRES. MORE OR LESS. AND BEING THOSE LANDS DE- SCRIBED BY DEED BOOK 146 PAGE 885 AND A PORTION OF THOSE LANDS DESCRIBED BY DEED OOK 146 PAGE 883. DAVIE COUNTY REGISTRY. AS SURVEYED 9-7-89 BY TUT- TEHOW SURVEYING CO. COMMONLY KNOWN AS 157 GLADSTONE ROAD, MOCKSVILLE, NC 27028 Should the property be pur- chased by a third party, that person must pay the tax of Forty- Five cants (£0.45) per One Hun- dred Dollars (XlOO.OO) required by NCGS 7A-30B (a)(1). The property to be offered pur- suant to this notice of sale Is be- ing offered for sole, transfer, and conveyance 'AS IS. WHERE IS*. Neither tho Trustee nor (ho holder ol the Note secured by the Deed both, being foreclosed, nor the officers, directors, attorneys, employees, agonts or authorized representatives of either tho Trustee or the holder ol the Note make any representation of war- ranty relating to the title or any physical, environmental, health or safety conditions existing In, on. at or relating to the property being offered for sale, and any and all responsibilities or liabili- ties arising out ot or In any way relating to any such condition ex- pressly are disclaimed. Also, this property is being sold subject to all taxes, special assessments, and prior lions or encumbrances of record any recorded releases. Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a rental agreement entered Into or re- newed on or after October 1. 2O07. may. after receiving the otice the NoncEor FORECLOSURE SALE Undai and by virtue ot tha power ol seia contained In a certain Deed ot Trust executed by Connla L. Bolln (PRESENT RECORD OWNERS: heirs ol Conn 10 L. Bo!in), to Thurman E. Bumetta, Trustee, dated Novem- ber 9. 1989 and recorded In Book 162, Page 625. Davin County ReQistry, North Carolina; defautt ment of the Note thereby secured by the said Deed of Trust and the undersigned. Rlcnard R. Foust, Esq.. having been substituted as Trustee in said Deed ol Trust In the office ol the Register ol Deeds ot Olivia County. North Carolina, and the holder ol the Note evidencing said Indebted- ness having directed that the Deed ol Trust be foreclosed, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will olfer for sale at the Davie County Courthouse, In the city of Mocksville. North Carolina at 10:00 AU on Wedne»day. May 18, 201 G. and will sell to the high- est bidder for cash the following real estate situated In the County ol Davie. North Carolina, and be- ing more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING AT AN IRON LOCATED 26.40 FEET FROM THE CENTERUNE OF SR 1134 RIGHT OF WAY. NORTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 31. R.L. FOSTER SUBDIVISION (MAP BOOK 2 PAGE EM) AND RUNS rental agreement by providing the landlord, to be effective on a date stated in the notice that than 9D days, alter the sale date contained In the notice of sale, provided tha) the mortgagor has not cured the default at the time tho tenant provides the notice of termination. Upon termination ol a rental agreement, the tenant is liable for rent due under the rental agreement prorated to tha effective date ot the termination. A cash deposit (no personal checks) ot five percent (5%) of the purchase price, or seven hundred tttty dollars (S75O.OO). whichever 15 greater, wilt be re- quired at tho tlma of the sale. This the 18th day of April. 2016. Richard Ft. Fount $tit>.',t,tuto Trvstoa nichanl R. Foust. Attorney at Law 2O4 Mulrs Chapel Road, Suite 1O2 Greensboro. NC 2741O Ph. No. 336-834*0510 Fax No. 336.B34.O180 Publish: May 5.12 Attorney George A. Trip' Payne Kasper & Payne, P-A. P.O. Box 687 3626 Cfemmons Road, Ctemmons, NC 27012 Publish: April 28. May 5.12 14 SP 187 AMEHDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURESRIE • Fu.ty Insured -Tree Work & Tree Removal • Trimming & Thinning - Free Estimates - Stump Grinding - Bucket True* Service (336) 909-O6O9 (336) 909-0610 * S<ityS««*ord *S«fon. ESTATE REAL ESTATE & PERSONAL PROPERTY AUCTION Saturday, May 14 * 10:00 A.M. Sarah Htalh Koontz (Lhinat (Moring to Assisted Living, liy ROA.) Di,ic County Tni Pin: S&US3I4&5 * 3 Bedrooms. ZjQfeJ. Aero 286 Kennen Krest Rd, MocksnDe, NC 27028 (in Farmtngton) - ' ' ' 3 Botara.3 ftfl Bata {One Vaj wi* RRffecc mutBot Seme. 2-C« Gjo-e. Wcfl xxl Sepnc - ni.in-ii^eiMP HORACE B. YORK, INC. THE RIGHT TOOLS FOR THE JOB! | • Storm Damage Clean Up and Removal • Hauling-tjr3vTrl.cnji'*ditt>nc. mulch. und.tDpioLl.fanildirt • Grading and Lano Clearing of Lots of All Sizes • Foundation and Driveway Excavation • Right of Way Maintenance 1 • Utility Maintenance • Bush Hogging/Mowing ^••d • Stump fit Tree RenxjvaF • Tree Trimming 334 Pudding Ridge R d., M ocksvil 1 e, NC 27028 336-998-2048 www.SmithExcavatingLLC.com D6 - DAVTE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 5,2016 NORTH CAROLINA firm DAVIE COUNTY the NOTICE TO CREDITORS Imrr Having qualified as Executrix s gr of the Estate ol TOMMY RAY T REDDING. KM., late of Davle 201 County. North Carolina. Ihe un- Ellz • or corporations Indebted to Box 687. 3626 Clemmons Road, the said estate will please make Clemmons, NC 27O12. on or be- ver ediate payment to the under- lore tha 29th day of July, 2O16, or mlr ed. this notice will be pleaded In bar PL his the I4|h day of April, ol their recovery. All persons In- NC a. debted to said estate will please 4. abath Brown Janes. make immedlote payment. pie estate to present them, duly Attorney for me Estate 5:OO p.m. on Tuesday. May 31. [led. to the undersigned Ad- PO Box 1698 Ail voters who voted by mail lor Istrator. c/o Lowe 4 Williams. 3802-A Clemmona Road the March 15 Primary will re- _C. PO Box 1483, ML Airy, Clammons, NC27012 celve an absentee ballot In the 27030, on or before August 336-760-6005 mall. Absentee voting requires 2016 or this notice will be Publish: May 5.12.19.26 completing an application on aded In bar ol their recovery. „,_ ratiim anvainna ihnt mud darslgned does hereby notlly all Executrix of the Estate This the 20th day of April, All persons indeblod to said es- „-__ -__ n_ be witnessed bv two Qualified persons, llrms and corporations of Evelyn C. Brown 2016. tate will please make Immediate NOTICE Of _!.„__ „ „*!*..? _..",?, having claims against Ihe estate ol said decedent to exhibit them to Ihe Exoculrlx. undersigned. please make immediate pay ment to the undersigned. This the 14th day ol April NO 2018. DA Penny Redding. NC Executrix of tha Eatate 1 150 Woodvalo Drive m n R.Brandt Deal. Esq. Harold E. Crows. Executor payment. nnunnrboinu*! £ ,, H " y Hrtleld. Mountcftstle. Deal. Attorney George A. Trip' Payne Date of Notice; April ES. 201B CONGRESSIONAL Completed absentee ballo s Von Znndt & Mann, L.L.P. Kasper & Payne. P.A. Sharon H. Lowe. DDIUMOV El CHTinU mu retumea lo me uavie 2990 Dothesda Place. P.O. Box 667 Administrator ot Ihe Estate PUIMAHT EUb 1 IUH County Board of Elections by Suite 605C 3626 Clemmons Road. of WInston-Salom. N.C. 27103 Clemmons. NC 27012 Phone: 336/768-1842 Publish: April 26; May 5.12,19 Fax: 336/76B-1 773 Publish: April 21,28; May 5,12 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY RTH CAROLINA NOTICE TO CREDITORS /IE COUNTY Having qualified as Executor ST TICE TO CREDITORS lor tha Estate ol LORENE= N. CC AVING QUALIFIED as Ad- CRATER, late ol Davla County. NC Strator. CTA. ol the Estate Ol Nonh nnrnllnn Ihn unriomlnnnrt Norman Larry Carlton DAVIE COUNTY, 5:00 p.m. on Election Day (bal- Lowe & Wlllinma, PLLC NORTH CAROLINA lots received by mall alter this PO Box 1463 A conqresslonol primary tims wl" ba timely II received Mt, Airy, NC 27030 e|ectiol1 wMI be held on TUBS- w thln three business days (336)786-1181 d"^, June 7. 201B °n Davfe <»* postmarked as ol Elec- Publish: April 28; May 5,12,19 County^lQ vole in the follow- 'onDay). Voters may receive UNTY OF DAVIE Court Associate Justice, ass!stance from a aualtfi ><l Mocksvllle. NC 27026 John Spnch Creech, Jr.. late of doa3 rTere'by "rioiiry aifpe'reonT qualified as Executor ol tha Es'- Representatives District 13; »«•» "v~ "!*""""» «UB" "B ." Publish: April 14,21.28; May S Davle County, this Is lo notlly all |itmq „„„ y rj,,™,™,inn^ hftuln^ tate ol Patricia Sera Ehrongru- REPUBLICAN: US House of nursing home, and Ihe voter s per NORTH CAROLINA havsons, firms and corporations claims against the estate ol said bo ng claims against said Estate dBCnrion. ,„ nvhlw, 1hnm ln ,,«, Eh DAVIE COUNTY to present written claim to the un- ="":" john"N~wQli"at thn "nT & NOTICE TO CREDITORS designed on or beforo July 21. EJ^'iS.!!:^^^111!^ Cc Having qualified as Admlnis- 2O1 irator of tha Estate ol THOMAS >ro WALTER SLATER, JR.. late of this Davla County, North Carolina. P e 6, (being three 1,3] .months R J™ ™1 «'r, ' no n lha lirst day ol publication of S°*? c^mmonV NC 27010°™ a9notice) or this nollce will be Ho£d; , , °" ' NC, ?.], ' on th 3ded In bar ol their recovery. or *>**'* M* 2B~ 2°™or lh B no: o/cpersons, llrms and corpora- llca w"1 be Pleaded In bar ol melr Cts Indeblod to said Estate will recovery. All persona, llrms. and w rations having claims against tho please make Immediate payment corporations indeblod to the said 27estate of said decedent to exhibit to 'he undersigned, estate will plonso make Immedl- Ol them lo the Administrator, under- signed, on or before trie 14th day 201 of July, 20 IG. or this notice will be •'" pleaded in bar o( their recovery. Ao All persona, llrms, and corpora- 1BC lions Indebted to the said estate Wi will pleaee.make Immediate pay- ment to the undersigned. This the 14th day of April. NO his Ihe Elst day of April, ate payrnont lo tho undersigned. be 6. This, tha 26th day ol April, pe ana Creech, 2016. w mlnlstrator. CTA John N. Wall, m Z Oakcrest ct. ' Executor ot the Eatate ab ston-Salom. NC 271O6 Submit pavmnntu S claim* tn- Publish: April 21, 28; May 5.12 T. Dan Womble, Esq. 2C Attorney lor the Estate Kl RTH CAROLINA PO Box 1698 & r, a/k/a Patricia Darmohray Representatives District 13. near reiauve or legal guaraian rengrubor, Patricia S. Ehren- MoJ, voters wm be asked lo '? "ot 1 avallable' the voter or • ber, deceased, late of Davle present acceptable photo Idan- ^e "a<='l»y can arrange to have unty. North Carolina, hereby ,if)ca7inn whBn DreBBntino tn lhe county board of elections If es all persons having c aims , , Lnh nvVaniln schedule a visit by a Multipar- ainst^ aflld^ EaiatB ""MB^I.' ^voters who are unable to "san Asslstar>ce Team to pro- uniry Club Road, Suite 28O. "cation, have a religious objec- nnrcnnc u,inslon Salem North Cnro Inn tion to being photographed or ™ persons wno are reg- 104 on or before the 29lh day are victims ol a natural dlsas- 'stared tn vote with the Davie July, 2018. or mis Nollce will ter. Acceptable forms ol photo County Board ol Elections may pleaded In bar of recovery. All identification are a NC Driver vote In this primary. Unafflllat- rsons Indebted to said Estate License or DMV-lssued Identl- ed voters will be given a choice please mako immediate pay- ficatlon card (expired up to four of ballot. Affiliated voters may nt to Ihe undersigned al the years) US Passport or Pass- vote a nonpartlsan ballot If the ove-deslgnated address. port card (unexpired). Military Party of their a«Hla«on does Th s tho 28th day ol April, |p card or Veterans Affairs ID not have any contests sched- '6.. card (Unexp|red if there Is an u ed for mls Pr'mary. Persons MBERLYR. MARSHALL. expiration date), and certain wh° are "ot a1rBady registered fECUTOR, ESTATE trlhni .mrniimnni nnrrto WniDr^ to vote in the county must rea-i™.,™ ss™^ „ ^B~I^., ^sr-sa- E™SS PO Box 174 co-Administrators ol the Eatate Publish- And i 9B MBVS iV IQ TIMOTHY J. BHLINGER. PLLC mav 5tl11 vote " tnB Inability to Votarn who are not registered Cooleemee. NO 27014 of NANCY VIRGINIA RIDDLE Publish. April 2B. May 5.12.19 4622 Counirv Club Road. "Main such Identification is due n the county by that deadline Publish: April 14.21.28; May 5 MASON, late of Davle County, NORTH CAROLINA th s Is to notify all persons', firms RAUIC rninj-rv NORTH CAROLINA an DAVIE COUNTY ag NOTICE TO CREDITORS wrl HAVING QUALIFIED as Exec- on utrU of the Estate of GERTRUDE ing ELIZABETH LEFLER, late ol da Davie County, this Is to notify all or corporations having claims PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S Inst said Eslate to present NOTICE ten claim to the undersigned Having qualified as Public Ad-or belore July 21. 2O16. (be- miniaIrptor H o, ,he Ealalo „, PaU| three (3] months Irom the llrst M. Sawlchli Deceased, late of N ol publlcaiion of this nollce) Davie County, North Carolina D his nollce will be pleaded in ln)g ,. ,. not|J; ... _efsons n ' A Sulteaeo to a reasonable Impediment may register ana vote aunng Wlnston-Salom.NC 27104 such as a lost or stolen ID. early voting only, and will be 336-794-6000 lack ol transportation, illness required to provide documen- 336-794-6030 (lax) or disability, a lack of proper tatlon °' tnelr Identity and Publish: April 28; May 5,12.19 documents, work schedule residence. Voters who wish These voters may vote a pro- to change party alllllatlon or 3HTH CAROLINA visional ballot after complet- who have changed name or WIE COUNTY ing a Reasonable Impediment address must do so by the reg- 3MINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE Declaration and orovldlna nn strallon deadline. Voters who persons, firms and corporations bar ol their recovery. All per- [ng cloln,B ngoina, ',„,, estal6 of Tne undersigned, having qual- alternate form ol identification fa ' to "rnely make a change In having claims against said Estate sons, llrms and corporations in- the deceased to exhibit them to ' ed aa thB Admlnlslratrlx of the or the last four dioitsol their So name or address In the county to present written claim to the debted lo said Estate will please ,ha undersigned on or belore Au° Estate ol Karamchand Chanan- ^ ™™r ,°J ^Nuniber and the°r must uPdate »» Information i^Sr^f ,°n,H ' b™ " JlilV M&SE*? PaVmBnt '° lhB BUSI "' 201B- °r mis Not'CB w)" r°m- S0h?01' 'ma °' DaVlB C°Un- da^S^Ubtyh AHemaTe f±I when presenting to vote, and14, 2016, (being throe 1.31 months undersigned. ba p|aadBd ,n Dar o, lhQlr righ, ,o ty from Ihe first day of publication ol This the 21sl day ol April, recover analnsl the estate nl tho a this notice) or this notice will be 20 pleaded In Gar of their recovery. Ro lions indebted to said Estate will 55 please make immediate payment Me to tha undersigned. * Cy This the 7th day of April, 2O16. <?e SHERRY HUNTER 13 P.O. Box 581 M Sneads, FL 32460 aert Keith Maaon. debted lo said estate will olease BJ rCom'a/ze'r^Road make irnmediala P^ment '« cks°vme.ZNC 2702B 20™S 'hB 2B'h day °* Apr"' ?! nthla Kay Payne Bfyan c 7j,ompBon re -Administrator Public Administrator ™4 Cedar Ridge Rd., of tno £atato ta cksvllle, NC 27028 or Paul M Sawlckt P Publish: April 21 .28; May 5.12 SURRATT & THOMPSON. PLLC persons" llrms and I corpora* °' ldentlfication for voters who mav be required to vote a pro- ns having claims against said c°mplete a Reasonable |rn- visional ballot. late to present them duly ver- pediment Declaration Include Voters voting In person are 3d, to the undersigned on or Inair voter registration card or entitled to assistance by an fore July 18, 2016, or this No- a current utility bill, paycheck. e ection official, or If assis- e will be pleaded in bar of their government check, bank state- lance is needed due to dlsabil- covery. All persons, firms and ment. or other government ity or Illiteracy, by a qualified rporatlons Indebted to said es- document bearing the voter's person of their choice. Reg- e will please make Immediate name and current address. istration and voting sites are yment to the undersigned. Voters who use curbside voting accessible to all voters. Curb- Thls 14th day ol April. 2016. may also present one of the al- s de voting Is available for vot- MARTIN & VAN HOY, LLP 100 N. Maln sttBat. Suite 2425 HUm K. Bengal, ternatlve forms ol i dentil I cation ers who ar"e not physically able ?n r"T<f DAVffi COmS-V Wlrmton-Salem. NC 271O1 Admlnletratrl*. described in the last sentence. to enter voting sites. MoS,,!qNC27028 SSlCE TO^ED^ORS PUMalvAp,l. Kly^ 19 ^t£3&?*?°U' ""f^T^ " SlLT *"* " P—ns w.th questionsPublish: April 14,21.26; May 5 Having qualified as Execu- ™"iisn: *P™ **• "«* 5.12.19 ^^ RiuorDond Dr|VB • available from Ihe DMV at no about registration. polling lor of the Estate of EDWARD NORTH CAROLINA Advance NC 27006 cost- For assistance wiln ob- places, early voting, absentee NORTH CAROLINA DUANE LUTES, late of Davla nau.c r-n, IMTV Rakash Snhnul tainlng acceptable photo lOentl- ballots, a Multi- partisan Assls- DAVIE COUNTY C NOTICE TO CREDITORS n HAVING QUALIFIED as Ex- P eculrix ol the Estate ol PHYLLIS Ih CLAY KELMAN, late of Davle th County, this Is to notify all per- In sons, firms and corporations O aunty, North Carolina, this Is to CREDITOR'S NOTICE tfy all persons, firms and cor- Having qualllled as Admlnis- mums hMnu claims again,. u,"a"X, S am " B.Uy Jo a Estate to exhibit them to Mock Carlton deceased late ot e undersigned al the dlIKo ot 2Sc!"n5f NOlnhfls to nSS gersoll s Hicks. PLLO. Post all poisons having cttlms againstlica Box 35167. Wlnston-Sa- tha . . . nresent them dulv having claims against said Estaie lorn. North Carolina 27114 on or vermedi to ,he undersigned Ad- to present written claim to the belore July 21. 2016. or this no- mlnlstrator. c/o Lowe & Williams, undersigned on or belore July t ce will be pleaded In bar ol their PLLC po Box 1463 Ml Alrv NC 14. 2016, (being inree [31 months recovery. All persons indebted lo 2703^ on or befL August 4 1 from tha llrsl day ol publication ol said Estate will please make Im- 201B ,h| notice w|,| be olead' C this notice) or this notice will be mediate payment. Qd ln bar _. lha!r TBCDV{£. .,, . pleaded In bar ol their recovery. ^Tillo the Etil day of April. 2016 pBf3ons indebted ,o said estate C lions indebted to said Estate will E please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 7th day ol April, 2016. Attornay at Law "cation or for more Information lance Team visit to a lac llty P.O. Box 7805 on exceptions and alternative or other election matters may Rocky Mount. NC 27804 voting options, please con- call the Davie County Board of (252)443-0113 'act the State Board of Elec- Elections Office at 336-753- Publish: April 14.21,28' Mays tlons outreach team toll-free at 6072 1-866-522-4723 or visit Www. Luther B Potts NORTH CAROLINA VoterlD.nc.gov. Chairman DAVIE COUNTY Polla wm ba open from 6:30 Davle County Board NOTICE TO CREDITORS a,m ,o 7:30 pilt1 on tnB dfly o, Q, Elections Having qualified as Executor ,he primary. Tuesday, June 7. Publish: April 21,2S.May5 " riTcn jn ( * c Earl^ votin^ wl" ba hald at lhe ""^Norin c"*' 'I?18 D'h Davie "on^oHrcT'beJnnlng^t^O CGClar RldOB?"?„' _. ^._- c.aro ,na' *™ un" a.m. on Thursday, May 26 and ^^** 1IUMC ~ M^W.Ingerso, m^0lN0,l0e:Apr,,25.2ole" BSi&SSBaB ^^°$$^ ^S?^^ .ng™,, i H,cSTiSi fd=,tr^0 B.,.ta ?' S--^-IL— --"-- %S££3S8&%£ JSSSaSa IS £S£1£?/!".a2£a '•"•"•'"pi' ™« »•» =.'2 ,,B.ay TO Mii»di^r- ™ r^m^T ^w^T c"""- »»' "> h"a '» »» "•• a** HO^KS S°™lP/rShJ? NORTH CABOLINA Lowe S Wmlam,,. PLLO Esq.. P.O. Bo* ,69B. „, 3B02.A vl« County _Boa,,l otBeMlon, w»™ «*«,».«« Mocksvllle. NC 27028 C Publish: April 14.21. 26; May5 H NORTH CAROLINA t DAVIE COUNTY d NOTICE TO CREDITORS r< HAVING QUALIFIED as Ex- P ecutor of the Estate of GERALD t EUGENE WHITTAKER, late of < Davle County, this is to notlly all I AVIE COUNTY Ml Ai™ NC2703Q OTICE TO CREDITORS Mt> VS« 7BB 7!ai Having quallliad aa Executor ol Publish' Anrll 28' Mav 5 12 19 o Eslale of Elvanla W. Crewo, p ' y 5-12-19 aceaaed, lale ol Davle County. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA orth Carolina, this Is to notlly oil COUNTY OF DAVIE arsons, llrms and corporations NOTICE TO CREDITORS avlng claims against the eslata Having qualified as Admlnls- 1 3Qld docaasod to exhibit them Ira^ oMhe Es aTe of NoTman 0 Mr. Harold E. Crews. Ex^cu- Uarry OnmOn deceased. ^a^ parsons, firms and corporations tor, c/o uaorga A.. 'Trip- Hayno. DavleCounty. NC. this I3 to notifyhaving claims against said Estate Esq.. Kespar a Payne. P.A.. P.O. a|| Borgons n y nv,na- cta|mB aoa]ns y, to present written claim to the undersigned on or before July Irom tha first day ol publication ol this notice) or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. lions indebted to said Estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 12th day ol April, 2016. TODD WHITTAKER 9310 Blalrbelh Street Charlotte. NC 28277 MARTIN & VAN HOY. LLP Attorneys at Law 1O Court Square Mocksville, [JC 27020 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Execu- trix ol the Estate of EVELYN C. BROWN, late of 2213 Bermuda Village Drive. Bermuda Run, Da- all persons, firms and corpora- tions having claims against the law offices of Hattield. Mount- LLP. 299O Beinesda Place. Surta 6O5-C. Winston-Salem. NC. 271O3. 336/758-1B42. on or be- fore me 22nd day of July, 2O16. or this notice win be pleaded tn bv of tneir recovery. Al persona. KENNETH L. FOSTEFt & ASSOCIATES, PA • Land Surveyors • Planners j *^ I^K'V^^I R— j Residential, Commerical. / }: -• -_ " \ Assist In Estate Divisions BW ^L ^^B OVER 40 YEARS F/| \ | EXPERIENCE If % J 'oF^SURVEYS MJ ^^ tSHS^f" &Sftff§[m : =lemmons Road. Clommons. NC OTI.CB at n:uu a.m. on luesoay. , and 2 Bedroom Apartments 7012. on or before August 5. JunB 14- Accessible Units016 or this notice will be plead- Absentee voting by mall is jd in bar of their recovery. All available. Requests for an ab- o^^nw^liS^f"8"9 jersons, llrms, and corporations sentee ballot must be made ' ' ""KJiwsra. ndebted to the said estate will on an Absentee Request form Please Call* please make Immediate payment (available on the State Board of 336-751 -O79R = o the undersigned. Elections website, at the coun- ' " '""•-*-" This, the 5th day ol May, 2016. ty board of elections office and TDD/TYY* Ja/noo Roger Canter, where early voting is offered), [11 8OO-735-2962 Lxoautor of tho Estate and must be received In the Da- TM« i. *n Equal opportune Submit oavmant* A rJabn* in- uln Clnnnty Board "' pln-t(^n" j^V «^™*«— » c-r"-l— - • T. Dan Wombla, Esq. office or any early voting site by cem Hit'ALuuistscumxn^m: C^- Who Are We and What Do We Do • YVEDDI Weatherization Assistance Program Is funded by annual grants from the NC Department of Environmental Quality and assists low-income families and individuals In reducing their energy usage. The funds are desig- nated for two types of assistance: weatherizlng homes and replacing/repairing non-functioning heating systems. Wealherization includes installing insulation sealing air leaks, and par-forming measures that will reduce energy usage In houses and mobile homes. The Heating Appliance Repair & Replacement Program (HARRP) will repair or replace a heating system that isn't working or is performing below the manufacturer's standards. "" For More Information, Call 336-367-3535 **** ATTENTION, DUKE ENERGY CUSTOMERS!!! Duke Energy is proud to be part of your community and to extend a helping hand to neighbors in need. A program has been designed to help income- qualified customers save money and reduce their electric bills. YVEDDI Weatherization Assistance Program implements the program locally to replace inefficient heating systems, refrigerators, and washers. Funds are also available to remedy some health and safety concerns that are resulting in hiqher-than- average energy usage. : ii^k_ We Are Looking For Contractors "^ S- A YVEDDI Weatherization Assistance Program is seeking ^STfS*^* HVAC, Electrical, and Plumbing Contractors for the *> r V+ Heating Appliance Repair & Replacement Program V_ > (HARRP). Mirwrity and Women Owned contractor r~> j businesses are encouraged to apply. Contract year runs i*O=3 from JuJy 1. 2016 to June 30. 2017. Deadline for sub- —l ' miffing bids is August 1 . 2016. S:OO a.m. For more information. ca3l 336-3G7-3535 DAVIECO. ENTERPRISE-RECORD THURSDAY. MAY 5. 2O16 - D7 DAVIE-CLEMMONS TOLL FREE 1-877-751-2120 OR 704-797-4220 Call us Monday-Friday 8-5 Deadline to have your classified ad in the next issue: Tuesday 2:30 P.M. Email: classads@salisburypost.com OR place your ad online at: Salisburypost.com and click 'Place Classified Ad' Didn't get a paper? ' Call 704-797-4213 Employment Job Opportunities Advance, 111 Peace Court ill-Family Yard Salo. Sal. 5/14 3un. 5/15 Sam-noon. Furnlluro ectronlcs. antiques, clothing. ' Denny's Lawn Service is . looking for employees. Musi be drug free and have valid li- cense. Call Joe 336-399-7063. GROUND5KEEPER wanted to maintain small farm off Highway 801, close ' to Int. 40. Hours 8:30 a.m. ; to 4:30 pm, 5 days a week. , References and experience required. Email resume to * IpraterOvartechsystems. , com or call 336-76&-0331. Store Managers/ Assistant Store Managers Job Benefits: Along with competitive pay and outstanding advance- ment potential, employees also enjoy the following iriofits: • Salary & Monthly Bonus > Paid Training • Generous Employee Discounts • Paid Vacations • Reduced Cost Health Insurance • Dental/Vision Insurance > Short Term & Long Term Disability • Life Insurance Must have valid driver's li- cense. We use Everify. Please visit this website lo apply for our open po sit in MS today: htlp://vvww charlottejiffylube.com. Click "Join Our Team" or apply in person at 1125 Yadkinville Rd.. Mocksville. Auctions & Sales .Estate Sales v**vr Tao/Estato Sale, Sat. May 7 BAM, 4433 Wlnterberrf Rldg> Ct. Winston-Sal cm of I Stratford Rd. In Clemmons ques. powter. crystal, china Garage Sales ng. Rain o shin Advanco. Sandy Ln. (oft Fork Blxby Rd.) Igriborhood Void Salt). Friday. 8am.2pm. Rain Dales: Friday, ay 13 & Saturday. May 14. Cool Spring. 1902 Mocksvlllo Highway ird Salo. Frl. 5/6 & Sot. 5/7. 7nm- >m. Rural Church Yard. BaKo Plant Solo. Household, rusty man's Hems. Something far av- ryone. Mocknllla, 186 Will Boone I slateryard Sale. Frl. & Sat.. May 0 7. Fri. B-7. Sat. 8-1. Lots ol men' Jits, pants, jackets (42-44). Arm runk WWII, olectrlc organ, rockoi Dcllnar. occ. chairs. Singer sov iDchino/cabinol. Husqvarna sew ng machine & cabinet. Singe erger. afghans/qullts, material & -'inns. rug. nlghtstand, books/ ikcase. stereos, stools (short & ill), caneboltom chairs, household lasswnro, collectibles & more) Moeknllle, 2030 Hwy GDI Union Chapel UMC nsido Yard Sale & Baked Goods Sale, all proceeds R) benefit Re ay forLlfo. Sat.. May 7. Bom-- oys. clothes ol all sizes, grocery •. & much moro.Tickets avail tor rafflo baskets as wol Mockswlllo, 22G RBdwood Dr. Downsizing Yard Sale. Sat. 5/7 " -Noon. 05/07/16, 05/07/16 •noon. 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May 5.2016 Ban Marklin, Nick Pinkos, Lilly Murillo and Jllliar Griffey participated in the 201 6 NC All-State Cho- ral Festival. The Davie High School Vocal Ensemble will perform at the annual Choral Fest May 27 at the Brock Performing Arts Center in Mocksville. Davie High School Choral Fast May 27 Ben Marklin, Nick Pinkos, Lilly Murillo, and JillJan Griffey participated in the 2016 .NC. All-State Choral Festival in Raleigh on April 29 and 30. These students joined with 230 from around the state and were under the direction of Dr. Randy Hal- activities at UNC-Charlotte. The weekend concluded with a concert on April 30 in the Duke Energy Center for The Performing Arts. The Davie High School Choral Fcst will be at the Brock Performing Arts Cen- ter on Friday, May 27 at 7 p.m. Performing will be the Vocal Ensemble and Choral Beginning class. elude MPA (Music Perfor- mance Adjudication) festi- val pieces performed by the Vocal Ensemble large group and honors ensembles; mu- sic from 2010-2015 packed with choreography; and mu- and $10 at the door. Plea; sic from Disney on Stage. contact E Snow for tickc Tickets are $7 in advance at snowe®davieJcJ2jtcJis South Band Students Score Well More than 30 South Da- This year's results include: vie Band students partici- Superior Solos: B;ii- , paled in the Northwest Dis- ley McCook, Jaidelyn Tor- JackSOH Wayne. Ellis MathCounts members, from left: Jared Fulk, Coach Steve Rareshide, Anna Sloan, Maya Tar- bet, Lauren Patterson, Robin Howard, Ty Kelly, Zachary Moore, Walter Kuhlenkamp, Zack Korczyk, trict's Solo/Ensemble Music res, Melanie Esphia, Jasie Performance Assessment Hollar, Katilin Foil, Ullie held at Ronald Reagan High Rollins, Lauren Warlick. School on April 23. McKayla Stokes, Hailce Results included 26 Su- Stanley, Ella West, Adam perior Solos, three Excellent Gledhill, Millie Baysinger, Solos, seven Superior En- Kenia Cuadra, Tabitha Har- sembles, and two Excellent ry, Haley Pillsbury, Belle Ensembles. Relko, Rachel Jordan, Sa- "These kids are to be mantha Represa (performed mended for taking a three solos/Superior on all :opi, Court- ney Neely, Jasmine Ruano- putting together," said Justin Vargas, Stella Brown, Joel G. McCrary, director. "They McLaughlin, Leslie Marti- picked their ensembles, they picked the rehearsed t Ellis MathCounts 3rd In Competition Saturday to perform music that they were in charge of nusic, and they e music; I only guided, listened, and made suggestions. others is such a great learn- ing opportunity. This cxpe- Dt rience allows kids to chal- ni: lenge themselves beyond Ht what is possible in the band Duet, Jasr room, and allows kids to gas, Stcll, Excellent Solos: Evan gan Estep. Superior Ensembles: Trio, Jaidelyn Torres, Jasie Hollar, Melanie Espitia; Duet, Millie Baysinger. Ke- nia Cuadra; Duet. Cynthia Hernandez, Tabitha Harry; ic Ruano-Vnr- Brown; Trio, William Ellis Middle School's MathCounts team placed third out of 35 teams and approximately 30O stu- dents in the recent chapter MathCounts competition in Hickory. This year's competi- tion had nn unusually large number of participants be- cause three of the state's into two, said the Ellis coach, math teacher Steve Rareshide. The team's performance qualified it for the state com- petition at the N.C. School of Sc ; and Mathemat- Ellis had 10 students. Ty Kelly. Zachary Moore. Lau- Wayne competed as the team and as individuals, while Jared Fulk, Robin Howard, Zach Korczyk, Walter Kuhlenkamp, Anna Sloan and Maya Tarbet competed as individuals. The team began practic- ing weekly after school in October, and twice weekly after school in January. wide program designed to lem solving skills among middle school students, who are at a crucial stage in developing and sustaining math interest and ability. STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathemat- ics) programs in the nation, MathCounts encourages student interest in math- ematics through written and oral challenges. Topics include algebra, geometry, number theory, patterns, and probability. In North Carolina, Math- Counts is sponsored by the N.C., which organizes the event for public and pri- vate middle schools. The events advance to the state competition, and the •state tional finals. Sample problem from this year's competition: "The sum of the first five terms of an arithmetic sequence is 90 less than the sum of the next five terms. What is the abso- lute difference between two quence?" Answer: 3.6. Retiring Principal Honored have complete ownership in Michael Wcrbeck, Sadie their music-making. We are Dillon, Sammy Roscnquist; very proud of each partici- Duet, Jimmy Horton, Aidan pating student for going the Treier; Quarter. Lillic Roll- extra mile." ins, Haley Pillsbury, Lauren Students performed ma- Warlick, Kaitlin Foil, terial for a judge, received Excellent Ensembles: helpful critiques, and using Trio. Belle Retko, Mad- a rubric, were assigned an elyn Kenncy, Reagan Estep; overall performance rating. Duet, Wcstin Lloyd, Jacob HOWARD FOR CONGRESS KICK-OFF THURSDAY, MAY 12, 2O16 6 PM - 8 PM UJJICER'S BASH E J I.AHE * MOCKSVH.I.G, N S1OO PER COUPLE CIAL QUEST: MIKS HAQES C Hoirao Majority Leader) To RSVP; Call Ashley at 336-94O-7O51 Comatzer Elementary School has said a sad goodbye to its Principal of the last eight years. Dr. Cincle Rinn. A reception was held at the school to celebrate her time at Cornaizcr and her retirement. Rinn's has 26 years in education in North Carolina, 11 with the Davie County School System. She was 11 Disney Teacher Hon- oree, and contributed to a book titled "Revitalizing Curriculum Leader- ship." She is an accomplished grant writer and during her time at Cor- natzer found funding from federal and local community grants to pay for In 2012 Comatzer ES was named a Reward School based on academic achievements, one of I20 schools in North Carolina to receive the honor. Rinn will be joining her husband in retirement, and they look for- ward to spending time with their two daughters and grandchild. Rinn will be replaced in July by Catherine Moreland who is serving as the assistant principal at Mt. Ulla Elementary School in Rowan County. Mrs. Moreland earned a bachelor's degree in elementary education from Appalachian State University and her master of school administration degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Until Moreland takes up her po- sition at Comaizer, Candy Poplin, a former principal and assistant school principal. 1 Annual Event Saturday On The Brock Grounds Page C10 D/\VIE RECORD USPS 149-160 Number 20 Thursday, May 12, 2O16 Phone Key In Police Vs. Town Trial Dr. Cinde Rinn enjoys her retirement reception. By Lynn Hall Enterprise Record A Tracfone, a disposable cell phone meant to be untraceable, was supposed to keep their identifies a secret. Instead, three former Mocks- ville Police officers believe it may have been their undoing. In testimony in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina last week, two of the officers, Jerry Medlin and Ken Hunter said, "We made a mistake." Cook Gives Reasons For Firing Officers By Lynn Hall Enterprise Record Former Mocksville Police Chief Robert Cook testified last week that he had numer- ous reasons for firing three of bis officers including bad niti- tudes, failures to perform their dutics, harassment of other of- ficers, going out of town while on duty and in the case of Ma- jor Ken Hunter and Lt. Rick Donathan, mishandling of drug cases. Please See Cook - Page 8 Relay For Life Friday Evening The 19th annual Relay for Life will be held Friday, May 13 at Davie County High School. Area residents are invited to help the volunteers raising money for the American Can- cer Society to "paint the town purple," according to organiz- er, Betty Schultz. They can also help to raise dollars in the fight against cancer. Opening ceremonies will begin at 6 pjn. on the football field. All cancer survivors are asked to meet in front of the stage by 5:45. Activities include bagpipes, local bands and singers and special appearance by the Ris- en Son Quartet. A cake walk will be held lat- er in the evening, hosted by VF Jeanswear. The kids area is also sponsored by VF Jeanswear. ' There will be lots of food, raf- ' flcs and activities for all. The luminary celebration will be held just after dark. This event is free and open to the public. No pets are al- lowed. That mistake was using their department-issued cell phones to make contact with the Trac- fone. - The officers testified last week that they had serious con- cerns about the management of the Mocksville Police Depart- ment, under the leadership of Chief Robert Cook, and felt efforts to have those concerns addressed at the local level had been unsuccessful. Taking their concerns anon- ymously to first the Attorney General's Office and then to Hunter Outlines Chief's Problems By Lynn. Hall . , Enterprise Record Ken Hunter was the second of the three Mocksville Police officers terminated in 2011 to take the stand last week in fed- eral coim to explain wtint lie- believect was department mis- management on the part of for- mer Police Chief Robert Cook. Hunter, Del. Jerry Medlin and Lt. Rick Donathan, had agreed that efforts to have mat- ters of concern investigated at Please See Hunter - Page 8 the office of then Gov. Bever- ly Perdue, was a last resort to seek an outside investigation of the department. That call was made on or around Dec. 14 and the officers were terminated on Dec. 29. The officers contend they were acting as private cit- izens relaying issues of pub- lic concerns to the governor's office and that contacting the governor was not something they would normally do in the performance of their regular duties. Their concerns had to do Donathan: Reason For Termination Not Given By Lynn Hall Enterprise Record Rick Donathan said he al- ways wanted to be a police officer. When he finished high school he was too young and so He did odd-Jobs until tie turnca 21 and then headed to Basic Law Enforcement Training. When he became certified, he put a great deal of effort into getting a job, but was consid- ered too young as departments were looking for officers with Please See Donathan - Page 9 with Cook drinking alcohol while on duty and in uniform, driving while intoxicated, his use of blue lights and siren while not being a certified law enforcement agent, mishan- dling of funds, interference with investigations and a sug- gestion of possible racism. The firings, they contend, were wrongful terminations in violation of their rights to free speech. Defendants in the case are Cook, Mocksville Town Manager Christine Bralley and the Town of Mocksville. It is the plaintiff's conten- tion that instead of being con- tacted by someone from the SBI in Raleigh, a local SBI agent. DJ. Smith, showed up at the Mocksville Police sta- tion on Dec. 22 with a slip of paper in his hand, asking to see Chief Cook. Cook was out and he asked to speak to assistant chief Daniel Matthews. Medlin testified that he was at the copy machine when Smith entered the building and short- ly after going into Matthews Please Sec Tracfone - Page 8 DA And Other Officers Testify In Federal Court By Lynn Hall Enterprise Record In addition to the three for- mer police officers and Chief Robert Cook, the witnesses called to the stand by the plain- tiffs attorneys during the first week of the trial included Da- vie County Sheriff's Captain Chris Shuskcy.. Mockaville Ponce"-IDct. Nelson Turrcntine, .District Attorney Gary Frank. Jeff Allen with hunter educa- tion program, Davie Sheriff's officer Thomas Poindexter, Kay Donathan, Krenda Hunter and Renee Medlin. Shuskey testified that he had received a phone call from lo- cal SBI agent DJ. Smith ask- ing htm to run a telephone number through his database. Shuskey was asked to identi- fy the owner of the phone, but not to investigate. He told the court he was informed of a call to the governor's office and al- legations of against Moclcsville Police Chief Robert Cook. Boone Festival his search he came across the name of a Hispanic female who did not live in Davie Coun- ty. He testifies he them called Lt. Nelson Turrentine with the MPD and asked if he would run the number. He mentioned the female associated with Please See Witnesses - Page 9 Moore To Head New Rec Dept. Paul Moore, a former assis- tant with the Salisbury Rec- reation Department, has been hired to head the new Davie department. On July 1, the county will take over the recreation depart- ment from the Town of Mocks- ville. A graduate of The Citadel,' Moore brings 18 years of expe- rience in the recreation field to the job, said County Manager Mike Ruffin. Moore was hired before the change so he could help mold the new department. Learn About Courthouse Renovations Architect John Fuller and other county officials will be on hand Tuesday at the Davie County Courthouse to discuss proposed exterior renovations. The informational meetingThis young guy, dressed in Colonial era clothing, was among many who came to the annual Daniel Boone Family Festival Saturday in Mocksville. The watermelon begins ai 5:30 p was to his liking. After eating a bowl full of the cool, wet stuff - he went back for Learn more at more. See more photos on page C4. - Photo by Mike Bamhardt counrync-gov. 2 - DAV1E COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 12,2016 Editorial Page This Voter's Evolutionary Journey CHAPEL HILL — Maybe it was the talk of drinking moonshine in our pasts that went to our heads, making us so light-headed we forgot our manners. My new-best-friend Lois of Gainesville, Fla., mid- 80s, had squeezed into the Carolina blue plastic seat be- side me in Cormichael Arena on Saturday morning at 9 awaiting the UNC School of Law graduation. Very prim and proper and well dressed. A lady, obviously. My son and her grandson were among those getting diplomas. "You cheer for mine, and I'll cheer for yours," I said, breaking the ice. We talked about this and that, re-lived our youthful moonshine adventures when talking about the North Carolina mountains. And then she popped the most im- pertinent question: "Who are you voting for?" I sensed trouble. I had known this woman for five minutes, and she had already cut to the chase. Graduation would take two hours. We had arrived an hour early to get parking places and seats. Lois was going to be my immediate, elbow-touching neighbor for three hours. Did we really want to talk politics? Lois from Florida might be one of those crazy femi- nists for Hillary Clinton, and my answer could open up a can of condemnation beside me. I could have dodged. I could have lied. Besides, I hadn't publicly uttered the words aloud since the race narrowed last week after the Indiana primary, and I was still uneasy with my new political alliance. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan had said he wasn't ready yet to embrace the GOP heir apparent. The Bush family, still stinging from Jeb's rejection and waste of $100 million in campaign funds, is taking a vacation during the November election. I might have followed their examples. "Trump," I blurted out, expecting her to recoil in hor- ror along with the rest of the suspectedly liberal Chapel Hil! crowd seated around me within earshot. "Me, too!" she said, as if I had just qualified for her secret club. "I hope he Will shaKc them up." Lois and I spent the next three hours in peace. My political evolution has taken me all over the map this election season. I started with "Low Energy" Jeb Bush until he blanked like a deer in the headlights, grav- itated to libertarian Rand Paul until he fell out, switched to Carry Fiorina until she tanked, had a brief thing for "Little" Marco Rubio until landing finally on the side of "Lying" Ted Cruz, the gifted orator and solidly con- servative candidate who I thought could be the GOP standard bearer. He withdrew last week after failing against the bully Trump in Indiana. I was one of the few people who could find something to like about Cruz. His fellow senators seem to hate him. Former Speaker of the House John Boehner called him "Lucifer." Last week he dropped out of the race, quickly followed by the non-achieving Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Anybody but Trump, I had always reasoned. But here I am knocking on his door. Can I vote for this serial philanderer, this egomaniac, this rude, intemperate bil- lionaire with suspect political doctrine? He offended me when he said Carry Fiorina's face was ugly, when he mocked a handicapped reporter, when he insulted prisoner of war John McCain, when his main debating tactic was rudeness and loudness. But Lois and I are fed up with the Clintons and their brand, with the runaway debt, with the military misad- ventures, with the political con men who never deliver on their promises, with the government-sponsored at- tacks on the basic fabric of society. He may be a lout, but Trump has demonstrated he knows how to get things done. Hillary has merely taken us for a ride to make deposits in her bank. I still wince when I say "Trump." - Dwight Sparks DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPm/E RECORD USPS 149-160 171 S. Main St., P.O. Box 99, Mocksville, NC 27028 (336) 751-2120 Published weekly by Salisbury Newsmedia LLC Dwight Sparks . Robin Snow. Mike Bamhardt... Ray Tutterow. Brian Pitts ...Editor/Publisher ...General Manager ...Managing Editor ...Advertising Directoi ....Sports Editor Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville. NC 27O28 Subscription Rates Single Copy, 50 Cents S26.69 Per Year In NC; S32^)3 outside N.C. POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to: Da vie County Enterprise Record P.O. Box 99. Mocksville. NC Z7O28 In The Mail.. Tax Change A Political Fight To the editor: First of all, I am not representing the Town of Cool- eemee, but as a resident of Davie County. How did we get here? It appears to have started with a disagreement between county officials and the Town of Bermuda Run in regards to law enforcement coverage. The county wants Bermuda Run to pay an amount per year equal to the budget that the Town of Cooleemee has for its own police department (ap- proximately $230,000). Bermuda Run was not will- ing to pay the county that much for extra coverage. Coincidentally, not long after that request, the county decided to change the tax revenue distribu- tions for all municipalities. The change takes reve- nues from the cities to re-allocate back to the county. The amount per year for Cooleemee is $150,000 out of an approximately $550,000 budget. As you can see, nearly a third of the town's budget disappears. If docs appear that some ^members of the David County Board of Commissioners are using their posi- tions to fight a personal battle. Highly unethical. Here is what the residents of Cooleemee should realize: a loss of as little as $30,000 will have dev- astating affects on the town's budget. The town will lose 10 percent in the year 2017 ($15,000), 20 per- Jim Anderson Coverage Surprising, Wonderful To the editor: Just a short note to say thank you for the wonder- ful coverage that was given to Jim Anderson. Mike Earnhardt did a great job with the story. Except for several short periods, Jim has lived in Davie County and been active in local churches and in the community all of his life. The recognition by his former students and colleagues was very reward- ing. The coverage and story were a surprise to the family and we do really appreciate it. The local paper always has interesting stories and news. Thank all of the workers for their part in keep- ing our Davie Enterprise Record coming. Alice Barnette (Jim Anderson's sister) Mocksville cent in 2018 ($30,000), 30 percent in 2019 ($45,OOO), etc. Each year, the amount taken by the county grows an additional $15,000 until the 10th year reaches $150,000. The 10-year combined total is $825,000. Within two years, Cooleemee will lose $30,000 of its annual budget. This is where the Town of Cool- eemee starts to die. The county commissioners only extended it to a slow death by kicking the can down the road. Put simply, a loss of $30,000 or more per year will cause vital services in the town to disappear. What I am asking of the good residents of Davie County is to remember the three "yes" votes that caused the mistrust and hardships between the county and its municipalities. I believe this division will only hurt relationships as well as growth for residents. We still have not been told why the county needs the rev- enue, but it can't be hidden indefinitely. Some county employees have already implied they will be receiv- insaS10.QOO-S15X)OO per year raise. Could it be for the new school? Time will tell. Before the change was approved, I was asked by a county official to share my thoughts regarding the county's revenue problem. 1 put it quite simply ... stay within the approved budget and leave the Town of Cooleemee out of their battle. Remember, we have'to vote to change the board of commissioners. The whole county needs to be repre- sented equally. Bobby West Mocksville Letters Welcome The Enterprise Record welcomes letters from its readers on topics of local, state, national or interna- tional'issues. An effort will be made to print all let- ters, provided they arc not libelous, vulgar or in poor taste. The editor reserves the right to edit letters for grammar and for space. All letters should include the name and address of the writer, including a signature. A telephone number, hot to be published, is also requested. Please have letters in the newspaper office no later than 4 pjn. Monday of the week to be published. Davie County Enterprise Record P.O.Box,99,Mocksville,davie3© ceiilurylink.net. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 12. 2016 - 3 Candidate Walking Across District By Dwight Sparks Enterprise Record (Editor's Note: First of an occasional story about the five Davie for US. Congress.) He's walking again, but only a mere hundred miles Davie County com- missioner Dan Barrett, a Republican candidate for U.S. Congress, has vowed to walk across the newly- mapped 13th district starting in Mooresvillc on Monday morning. He will eventually reach Mocksville before turning south to Cooleemee and Rowan County, turning miles compared to 600," he said Monday. "This should be nothing." He narrowly avoided be- ing crushed by a dump truck inefidates in the CuIIasaja Gorge on US 64 near Highlands in his "I almost got myself run over several times," he re- called. "This one will be ter terrain. We're going lo stick to the state roads and of the district." Towns along the way include Mooresville, Trout- man, Statesville, Mocks- ville, Cooleemee, Salisbury, Lexington, Thorni east at Salisbury toward Da- High Point, Greensboro and fidson County. He plans to finally Pleasant Garden. He tried to walk 15 miles i day when he ran for gov- ich northeastern Guilford County by May 26. "It's been a great first day," he said Monday morning at Korine's Cafee between Mooresville and Troutman. He had stopped to talk to a veterans group "People are really frus- trated with government and ready to turn the rascals out. This is ment I have seen with emment broken," he said. Barrett walked 600 mil< across North Carolina i 2004 when he ran for go- "It's only a hundrc "We're going ro lake it a little easier," Barren said. "The candidate isn't as young as he used to be. It's the same concept — ing people where they are, letting them get to know me Also in the race from strongest senti- Davie County ore N.C. Sen. Andrew Brock. N.C. Rep. Julia Howard and busi- dio station WDSL's Farren Shoaf among 17 Republican Dan Barrett laces up his tennis shoes for a walk across the 13th Congressional district. Old Newspaper Rack Transformed Into Library The box includes the Ellis logo and Scout troop. When Will Check ap- proached Alicia Holman, the principal of Ellis Middle School about possible proj- ects he could complete as" his Eagle Scout project, it was definitely fate. It just so happened that Karen Martin, the librarian at Ellis, had recently ap- proached Holman about the need for a free lending li-brary on campus that would be available 24 hours a day. Holman directed Will to meet with Martin, and it was a "match made in Heaven" so to speak. Martin had a list of spe- cific requirements for such a lending library, includ- ing that the actual physical repository must be created from cast off materials of The library had to also meet the specification of "Little Free Libraries," an organization with a direc- tory of libraries with free materials throughout the nation. The overall require- ments and expectations have realized the enormity of my vision and run for the hills. Will, however not only met but exceeded my expectations. We now ha"ve* a 24 hour library that meets ind a really impressive Little Free Library as yet icr reason for people to visit Davie County. 1 could ..„ r not have done this without icnded public," Martin said. "Will's determination and "Most young men would drive." proved lo be meticulous.bul stall and register the library. Check rose to the challenge Both proved lo be intense placed before him. ventures, with a little He began his project by gineering needed for t experimenting with several* curily ofMiS'pl'iysical library redesigns for recycled mate- space, and fairly i rials and eventually decided paperwork for being granted upon refurbishing and recn- a Little Free Library permit, gineering an old newspaper "The end product was rack from the Davie County phenomenal and has Enterprise Record. ccived rave reviews fn This was only the be- the local patrons and ginning of t*w process, for " " ' ' Cheek still had to find a way to make the rack attractive and develop a plan for keep- ing it stoked with books for the patrons. Will worked closely with the guidelines and expecta- tions of Little Free Library lion lo slock the shelves and maintain the collection even aficr the initial books. He decided to do a two- part book drive which proved to be a success. He seni flyers with the middle school students about the opportunity to donate gently used books, and he placed a container during the Ellis bookfair so shoppers could buy and donate new books to the cause. More than 150 books were donated, and this opened a line of communi- lions to find their way to the Ellis Little Free Library. -.._.. The last steps were 10 in- will Cheek with the Little Free Library he made. Mattress Floor Sample Sale Queen Sets Scarring at S399 meg brown home furnishings Will Cheek secures the "Little Free Library" he made for Ellis Middle School from a recycled newspaper rack. 4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 12,2016 The Sons of Confederate Veterans conduct a memorial service at the grave of a Confederate vet- eran at the Center United Methodist Church Cemetery. - Photos by Ray Tutterow Dressed in period uniforms, members of the Yadkin Grays find a shade tree. Members of the 7th NC Calvalry Artillery await orders to fire the canon salute. Folks gather at the Center Arbor. Rifles are stacked and ready. HOWARD FOR CONGRESS KICK-OFF „_!> off any storage building $10OO - $2999* $10O off any storage building over $2OOO* ' Coupon Good Through June 3O, 2O1S ~ s not include sales tax, delivery or set up costs Commander Greg Cheek welcomes guest: derthe historic Center Arbor. THURSDAY, MAY 12. 2O16 6 PM - 8 PM JUM)USR.'S BARK $1OO PER COUPLE SPECEAJ. GUEST: MIKB RAGEK (HC Honr-c Majority Lender) To RSVP: Can AsrtTey at 336-*4O-TO51 Paid for by COTKHES Si Beet Jufc HtMxd fat Comas Re-enactors listen to the ceremony. Center Confederate Veterans Honored At Memorial Service i niny-rwo v~ontcacrntc veterans are buried in the cemetery at Center United Methodist Church near Mocksville. On Saturday, members of the Yadkin Gray Eagles Camp 1765 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, held a ceremony in the historic Center Arbor and at the cer- emony. It came with period cos- tumes and music, and the firing of muskets and a canon. A total of 1.147 Davie residents served during the Civil War; 3 1 8 were killed. Those buried at the cem- etery include: Henry L. Bailey; James L. Bolds (Bowles); E. Perry Casey; D.H.Dwiggins; Simeon C. Gowans; W. Burton Granger; Enoch Horn; Basil G. Ijames; James D. Ijames; Joseph Keller; John Peter Kurfecs; J.R. Kerfuse; ZcdockC.Kurfecs; David Leach; BooneT. Penry; Thomas Smith Penry; William Hay Powell; J.D.Seaford; Beal I. Smith; John H.Stonestreet; George W. Tuitarow; John V.Tulterow; William Nelson Tul terow; William W. Tutterow; John W. Walker; and George W. Hinklc. Stan Clardy performs That's Why We're Here. District Court DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. Mav 12, 2O16 - 5 my be The following cases were injury to real property, dis- cost, S1OO D\V1 fee. cd certificalc/tag, dismissed. SI.OOO.cost, S20O failure 10 victim, cost. $280 attorney disposed of during Davie orderly conduct-school, dis- - Sydnie A. Lacy, speed- corrected, appear fee. fee; attempted larceny, dis- District Court. Presiding: missed, defendant in mental ing 59 in a 35, prayer for - Justin Michael Perry. - Aaron Israel Ruiz, reck- missed per plea. Judge Wayne L. Michael, facility. judgment continued.cost. exceeding safe speed, dis- less driving to endanger. - Logan Paul Walser. Prosecuting: Kaitlyn Jones - Brittany N. Freeman. - Ashley Marie Lambeth, missed, civil settlement; reduced to improper equip- shine/sweep light for deer, and Pearce Dougan. assis- simple assault, dismissed at speeding 87 in a 65. prayer expired registration, dis- ment. 5100, cost. $50 im- deferred prosecution. 12 tant DAs. request of prosecuting wit- for judgment continued, missed, corrected. proper equipment fee. months unsupervised pro- - Timothy Alexander Bar- ness. cost; expired registration. - Rafael A. Privado, fish- - Amber Faith Sands, sec- ballon. 24 hours commu- ber, driving while license - Cassandra Dawn Frccse. dismissed per plea. ing without a license, dis- und degree trespass, $25, nity service, firearm to be revoked not DW1, reduced speeding 107 in a 70, dis- - Ryan Scolt Lansdell, missed, corrected. cost, do not go to any Wai returned, SIOO, cost, if in to failure to notify DMV of missed per plea; reckless driving left of center, dis- - Eric L. Propst. DW1, Mans anywhere. compliance charges will be address change, $25, cost, driving to endanger, S800, missed per plea; possession sentenced to 12 months. - Robert Arthur Scolt. dismissed in 12 months. $200 failure to appear fee. cost. of marijuana paraphernalia, suspended 18 months. 7 speeding 67 in a 45. dis- - Jessica Rae Ward, pos- - Frankie Dale Bolen, - Natalie M. Garcia, no deferred prosecution, 12 days active, obtain sub- missed per plea; driving session of drug parapher- specding 50 in a 35, dis- license, giving fictitious months supervised proba- slancc abuse assessment/ while license revoked DWI nalia, sentenced lo 45 days, missed per plea: driving informalion to officer, dis- tion, 40 hours community treatment.surrenderlicen.se. revocalion. prayer for judg- suspended 18 months, ob- while license revoked noi missed per plea; resisting service, obtain substance not operate vehicle until li- ment continued, cost, $220 tain substance abuse asscss- DWI, reduced to failure public officer, prayer for abuse evaluation/treatment censed, S40O, cost, SIOO attorney fee. ment/treatment. cost. S225 to notify DMV of address judgment continued, S225 by licensed facility. $25, DWI fee, 5225 attorney fee; - Jacob Matthew Stewart, attorney fee; possession ol change. $ 100, cosl. attorney fee. cost, if in compliance charg- cancclcd/revoked/suspcnd- consuming alcohol by per- marijuana paraphernalia. - Robert D. Browning, - Christian T. Catling, es may be dismissed in 12 ed certificate/tag, expired/ son 19/20. prayer for judg- dismissed per plea. DWI, sentenced to 60 days, possession of drug para- months; possession of mari- no inspection, driving while ment continued, cost. Failure lo Appear it for community service, sion marijuana, dismissed deferred prosecution, 12 dismissed per plea. misdemeanor larceny, sen- ing public officer. credit for substance abuse per compliance with de- months supervised proba- - Rutino Rios. possession lenced to 45 days, sus- - Michael Todd Nixon, assessment/follow treat- ferred prosecution. tion. 4O hours community with intent to sell/deliver pended 18 months, inpa- violation of court order. ment, surrender license, - Steve Goodin, proba- service, obtain substance marijuana, possession of tient program for substance - Damar James Yates, not operate vehicle unlil tion violation, probation abuse evaluation/treatment marijuana paraphernalia, abuse. $527.95 restitution to speeding 93 in a 7O. licensed, limited driving revoked, sentenced to 120 by licensed facility, if in dismissed per plea: posscs- privilege/$IOO fee, $100, days, credit for 38 days, compliance charges may be sion of marijuana less than cost. $1OO DWI fee, $225 cost, 5530 restitution, dismissed in 12 months. one-half to one and line attorney fee; expired rcg- $197.50 attorney fee. - Andrew Shane Ledfbrd, ounces, deferred pros istration. failure to comply - Moniquc D. Harris, speeding 95 in a 55. reduced tion, 12 months unsuper- 3 with license restrictions, worthless check, dismissed, to 69 in a 55. S4OO, cost; vised probation. 40 hours | improper passing, reckless business no longer open. reckless driving to cndan- community service, obtain a driving to endanger, follow- - Nicholas Roy Hawks, gcr. operating vehicle with substance abuse assess- | ing too closely, dismissed misdemeanor larceny, sen- no insurance, canceled/re- ment/treatment. cost, if per plea. tenced to 45 days, suspend- voked/suspcnded certili- compliance chargi - Carson Tanner Burke, ed 18 months. $25. cost, cate/tag. dismissed per plea, dismissed. consuming alcohol by per- SI35 restitution, $225 altor- - Bryan Cole Lee, DWI, - Demillion Ralph Roby. judgment continued, cosl. - Dennis Earl Holcumbe, pended 18 months, 24 hours for judgment continued. - Frank Butler, misde- driving while license re- community service, credit cost. meanor probation violation, voked DWI revocation, for substance abuse assess- - Thomas Arvin Rolhwell probation continued. prayer for judgment con- mem/follow treatment, sur- Jr., speeding 101 in a 70, - Zachary Thomas By- tinued, cost; exceeding safe render license, not operate dismissed per plea, $200 me, possession of drug speed, unsafe tires, open vehicle until licensed, lim- failure to appear fee; reek- paraphernalia, possession container after consuming ited driving privilege/Si00 less driving of a controlled substance alcohol, dismissed per plea, fee, SIOO. cost, SIOO DWI on prison/jail premises, - Charles William House, fee. reduced to misdemeanor expired registration, dis- - Randall Scott Lee, controlled substance, sen- while license revoked DWI to careless and reckless tenced to time served, cost, revocation, prayer for judg- driving, S4OO, cost. 5252.60 attorney fee. ment continued, cost, $225 - Thaddaus F. Leonard. - Susan Redeye Chap- attorney fee. unauthorized use of vehicle, man, two counts misde- - Anthony H. Hutchens, dismissed, prosecuting wit- meanor probation violation, driving while license re- ness failed to appear, probation terminated unsuc- vokcd DWI revocation, - Brady Franklin Link, cessfully; felony possession prayer for judgment contin- misdemeanor larceny, ob- of cocaine, dismissed per ued, cost; reckless driving taining property by false plea; possession of drug to endanger, driving/allow- pretense, dismissed at re- paraphernalia, guilty. ing vehicle to be driven with quest of prosecuting wit- - Dewayne Eric Chunn, no registration, expired/no ness. possession of drug para- inspection, operating ve- - Stephanie F. Lowe, aid phcrnalia. $25, cost; pos- hide with no insurance, dis- and abet larceny, dismissed session of marijuana up to missed per plea. per plea. one-half ounce, dismissed - Thi-King S. Johnson, - Jonathan Wade Mead- per plea. failure to wear seat belt, ows, speeding 74 in a 55, - Sharon C. Coburn, aid consuming alcohol by per- prayer for judgment comm- and abet DWI, dismissed son under age 19, dismissed ued. cost. per plea. in the interest of justice. - Jon Francis Ostrander. Speeding 86 in a 70, reduced possession marijuana, driv- suspended 18 months, 24 to improper equipment. $50, ing while license revoked hours community service, cost, S50 equipment fee. not DWI, dismissed per credit for substance abuse - William Leonard Cook, plea; possession of marijua- assessment/follow treai- phernalia, dismissed, defec- - Richard David Jones, not operate vehicle until li- tive warrant. DWI, sentenced 10 60 days, censed. S6OO lab fee, $100 - Herbert Isaac Cuellar. suspended 18 months, 24 DWI fee, SIOO, cost, S335 possession of marijuana hours community service, attorney fee; driving left of paraphernalia, possession credit for substance abuse center, dismissed per plea, of marijuana up lo one-half assessment/follow treat- - Faith Paulding, driving ounce, dismissed per com- ment, surrender license, while license revoked not J pliance with deferred pros- not operate vehicle until DWI. giving fictitious inibr- 3 ecution. licensed, limited driving mation to officer, operating 3 - Aarin Casey Duchemin, privilcgc/SIOO fee, $100, vehicle with no insurance, canceled/revoked/suspend- DON MARCO'S GRILL Mexican Food and American Traditional Sandwiches at Lake Louise Golf Club 100% AUTHENTIC MEXICAN FOOD Tacas • Burnioi • Ounai/Mtt • Sopa EnchiLuLu • ffacho, • Ton.v < I,,;,,,. 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A program has been designed to help income- qualified customers save money and reduce their electric bills. YVEDDl Weatherization Assistance Program implements the program locally to replace inefficient heating systems, refrigerators, and washers. Funds are also available to remedy some health and safety concerns that are resulting in higher-than- average energy usage. We Are Looking For Contractors YVEDDl Weatherization Assistance Program is seeking HVAC. Electrical, and Plumbing Contractors for the Heating Appliance Repair & Replacement Program (HARRP)- Minority and Women Owned contractor businesses are encouraged to apply. Contract year runs from July 1. 2016 to June 30. 2O17. Deadline for sub- mitting bids is August 1. 2016. 8:OOa.m. For more information, call 336-367-3535. > Sheffield-Calahaln ( Vol. Fire Department 435 Dyson Rd. • Mocksville. NC 27028 Please join us for our 4Oth Anniversary Open House Saturday, May 14"1 • 3-8 pm at the Station -*-* DJ Music •*-•* ** Face Painting ** -*•* Door Prizes ** *-*- Food -*r* -*•-*• Bounce House ** •*--*• Sparky the Fire Dog *-*• *-*• Balloons ** If you have any questions please see any Sheffield Fireman or call Chief Beck at 336-345-7005 6 - DAV1E COUNTY EOTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday, May 12,2O16 Public Records Building Permits The following building permi s were issue , is e y app icant, type o con- s rue lon.estima e cos an ' n •• r nddition, $2,594,425, Ber- muda Village Dr., Bermuda Run el for restaurant, $190,000, NC801 N., Bermuda Run. - Larry McDanicl Build- ers, upiit, $200,000, Inter- stale Dr., Mocksville. - Shelton Construction fit, $12,OOO, Valley Rd., Mocksville. CAV Construciion, storage building, $50,000, Salisbury Rd., Mocksville. - Clayton Homes of Stalesville, modular home. $198,000,' Wagner Rd., - Timothy Myers, garage, S15.OOO. Peoples Creek Rd., Advance. - True Homes, single family dwelling, S1813OO, Windchase Court. Advance. - Fishel Builders, single family dwelling and garage. 5435,000, Natures Place Way, Mocksville. - Michael Poe Builders, remodel, $95,000, Ivy Cir- cle, Advance. - Isenhour Homes, single family dwelling, $380,000, Links Course Lane, Bermu- da Run. Custom Sunroom Builders, sunroom, $17,077, N. Forke Dr., Bermuda Run. - Miller Building & Remodeling, remodel, $78,760, Fescue Dr., Ad- vance. - Eastwood Construc- tion, single family dwelling, $155.100. Kilbourne Dr.. Fooie. 23, of Mocksville. - Mark Randal Bollingcr, 44, and Rebecca Ruth Scr- ine, 4O, both of Advance. - Fermin Hernandez Pe- rez, 49, of Advance, and Maria Ascencion Landa, 53. of Mocksville. - David Thomas Kaspcr, 33, and Judy Lee Na, 35. of Clemmons. - Carly Kathleen Booth, 28, and Tyler Jordan Robin- son, 22, Of Mocksville. - Gordon Luster Martin Jr., 23, and Lauren Ashley Osborne, 22, of Mocksville. - Richard Middleton Bowles, 44, of Advance, and Shana Maniquc Moore, 34, of Kemersville. - Robert John Graham, 46, of Winston-Salem, and Tricia Rencc Carter, 44, of Mocksville. r~<- -i T injunction, writ of posses- sion and status quo, motion - Heather Nicole Pierce Valencia Angell vs. Juan Francisco Valencia Angell, absolute divorce, custody. - Joseph Elbert MahafTcy III vs. Crystal Dawn Rob- inson Mahaffey, absolute divorce. - Joseph Littlqjohn vs. NCDMV, petition for limit- ed driving privilege. - Stacy Elaine Toland Grant vs. Kelly Grant Jr., absolute divorce. - Discover Bank vs. Deb- orah J. Seisdedos aka Deb- bie J. Seisdedos, collection on account, $1,564.73. Mocksville Police The following are from Mocksville Police Depart- June 2. Traffic Accidents - Diane Summers Walk- er. 64. of Wilhaven Drive. was driving a 2O01 Nissan on Boxwood Village Road at 2:30 p.m. May 4 when it went off the road to the right and struck a street lamp, re- ported Lt. J.D. Finney. Arrests The fallowing were ar- rested by the Davie County Sheriff's Department. May 2: Chris Lathrop, 32, of LaQuinta Drive. Advance, assault on a fe- male; Derek Walters, 35, of Friendship Court, Mocks- ville, assault on a female; Kathy Walters, 45, of Friendship Court, Mocks- ville, assault on a female; Gary Kirk, 28, of Daniel Road, Mocksville, non-sup- May 7; Maggie Cody,: 27, of Swicegood St., Cool-:; eemee, assault; Anitria 7; Mock. 26, of Swicegood St., ;• Cooleemee, assault. May 8: Amanda Coble. 26, of Denton, trespassing. injury to property; Dai- ton McGce, 18, of Landis Court, Mocksville, first-de- gree sexual exploitation of minor; Joseph Reid, 25, of Dance Hall Road, Mocks- ville, breaking, entering and larceny. Sheriff's Dept. The following are from Davie County Sheriff's De- partment reports. May 2: domestic assault. Casa Bella Drive, Advance; assault, Friendship Court, Mocksville; cyber bullying. Salisbury Road, Mocks- ville; identity theft, Yadkin- Mocksville.Bei- James Howard, carport $1,422.23, Little John Dr. Advance. - David E. Lee, storagt building, $3,100, Cedar Ridge Rd., Mocksville. ditio - Sherman Reavis, slor- Cliu age building, $25,000, Lib- erty Church Rd., Yadkin- Ho" ville. ing- - C.F. Stone Building, Stre single family dwelling, $200,000, Gordon Dr., Ad- - Edwin Percira, deck re- model. $1.000, Watt Street, Da-•id H. Cozart, ad- , $29,000, Jericho h Rd., Mocksville. Comfort Quality s, single family dwell- $75,000, Raymond t. Mocksville. Isenhour HomesLLC- single family dwell- ing, $192,000, 147 Turnber- ry Dr., Moeksville. " Eric Brown Consiruc- t'011 & Remodeling, storage building. $10.0OO, N. Main St..Mocksville. - Harris Pool & Supplies, inground swimming pool, $21,000, Baity Rd., Mocks- ville. - Chris Gaskin, inground pool, $6,000. Civil Lawsuits The following civil law- suits were filed with the Da- vie Clerk of Court. - Davie Social Services vs.: Marc B. Cook, child support; Natasha W. Brown, child support; Joseph E. Cregar, Sr., child support. - Kelle Jcane Lane vs. Russell Ratliff, domestic vi- olence protective order. - Tanetra Rachelle Hovis rcus McCombs Sr., May 5. - A domestic disturbance port of child; Patricia Mills, ^ported May 8 at a res- 46, of Wilson Trail, Moi ville, assault; Emily Bu 30, of NC 801 S., Ad' assault; Bradley Pi NC801 S..Advance,assai on female; Jason Dulin. 27, of Woodleaf, failure to comply with child support order; Jessica Flores, 27, of Center St., Cooleemee, carrying a concealed gun; 'as reported Kcnston Tatum, 22, ov Vir- cassdell Lane, Mocksville, n Windward Circle. - A domestic assault was reporcd May 7 at u residence on Morning Glory Circle. - An attempted shoplift- ing was reported May 6 at WalMart. - The larceny of elec- tronic equipment from a medical facility on Bethel Church Road - Betina Gonzalez, single family dwelling. $30.000, Childrens Home Rd., MocksviUe. - Tnic Homes, single family dwelling, $182,100, Crestwood Court, Advance. Pilchcr Enterprises, sunroom, $36.000, N. Hid- dcnbrookc Dr., Advance. - Morgan & Parker Builders, remodel, $30,000, Cornwallis Dr., Mocksville. Country Circle, Advance. " S&R Enterprises of the - Morgan & Parker Cl Builders, remodel, $30,000, Augusta Court, Advance. - Craig- Carter Build- er, single family dwelling, $500,000, Red Bud Lane, Mocksville. - R.S. Parker Homes, single family dwelling, $200,OOO, Wyatt Dr., Ad- violci protec- ulently us< was report - John Charles Dwiggin; Jr. vs. Ann Marie Abare ported May 5. Dwiggins, absolute divorce. - A bank ca - Eaton Funeral Service vs. J. Randal Burton, con- tract, $3,794.49. - Julee Lynn Triplet! vs. Kelly J. Thomas, Commis- sioner of the NC Division of Motor Vehicles, order snji - The larceny of house- possession marijuana and hold goods from Goodwill, paraphernalia, altering fire- Yadkinville I ad. •ial number; Kendall ilinas, inground swim- ming pool, $25,000, Saw- grass Dr., Advance. - Backyard Pools, in- ground swimming pool, $29,000, Citadel Rd.. Mocksville. of driving fraud- id at WalMart, it :d May5. lan reported May 4 that someone was posting abom-her on- the internet. - A customer refused to pay for items at Rent- A-Center after signing an agreement to do so, it was reported May 2. - The larceny of a cata- Tatum, 24. of Viracassdell cksville, pos Road, Mocksville; dis- playing materials harmful to a minor, South Davie Drive, Mocksville; assault, Wilson :k,34,of Trail, Mocksville; identity ;, assault theft, Ijames Church Road, Mocksville; domestic dis- turbance. Lakewood Village Road, Mocksville; break- ing, entering and larceny, Vircassdcll Lane, Mocks- ville; trespassing. Stone- wood Road, Mocksville; assault. Dogwood Lane, Mocksville; domestic as- sault, Todd Road. Advance; arson. Essie Road, Mocks- ville. May 3: obtaining prop- sion stolen goods, felony erty by false pretense, Yad probation violation. kinville Road. Mocksville; May 3: Bobby Sweat, assault by strangulation, 43, of Sweat Trail, Mocks- County Line Road, Har- ville, larceny of vehicle; mony; disturbance. Liberty Nathaniel Martin, 22, of Northridge Court, Mocks- ville, possession marijuana aphcrnalia, posscs- sion marijua ifacture, sell or de- :h Road, Mocks- May 4: disturbance, assault, Gloucester Lane, Mocksville; assault, Salis- bury Road, Mocksville; disturbance, possession - True Homes, single family dwelling, $114.700. Cedarpark Dr., Advance. - True Homes, single family dwelling, $109,500, Scotch Moss Dr., Advance. el, $24.794, NC 801 N., Mocksville. - Immaculate Build- ers, single family dwell- ing, $190,000, Irish Lane, Mocksville. - Kim Whitaker, pole shed, $7,000, Baity Rd., Mocksville. rell and Amanda Dwiggins - The larceny of a cata- liver; Kathy Spry, 62, of drug paraphernalia, US 601 Correll vs. Vincent Taylor, lytic converter from a vchi- Admill Way, Mocksville, S.. MocksviUe; marijuana judgment in action to recov- cle parked off Milling Road, assault; Kendall Tatum, possession, I-4O; assault on er money or personal prop- it was reported May 2. 24, of Viracassdell Lane, female, Middleton Lane, erty. - The larceny of a ctat- Mocksville, possession with Advance; assault. Potts - Kincth Shalako Pen- lytic converter from a car intent to manufacture, sell Road, Advance; larceny of land vs. Tammy Melissa parked off Wilhaven Drive or deliver heroin, maintain- vehicle, McKnight Road, Wilson Pcnland, divorce. was reported May 2. - Linda Morton Rob- - An attempted fraud inson vs. Jeffrey Eugene telephone at a residcnci Marriages The following were is- sued marriage licenses by the Davie Register of Deeds. - Brian Dwight Dillard, Robin: 25, and Amelia Louise Ow- bution. ens, 20, of Mocksville. - Brandon Scott Koontz, 21, and Chelsea Marie Bu- latko, 20, both of Mocks- ville. - Johnny Austin Mor- dock. 24, of Advance, and Caitlin Renae Flynt, 23, of Rural Hall. - Michael Glenn Byerly, 35, and Melissa Diane Alex- - Matthew Wayne Stecl- andcr, 32, of Mocksville. man vs. Amanda Jo Tucker - Donnavan Dashaun Stcelman, absolute divorce. Blair, 22, and Kendra Renee - Wendy Everhart Fend- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ley vs. Jason Lyle Fcndlcy, MB^ alimony, child support, cus- tody, divorce from bed and , equitable - Capita) One Bank USA vs. Kasey I. Shep- pard, collection on account, $5,742.60. - Eaton Funeral Service vs. Kathleen Hicks, con- tract. $3.777.13. - Roger D. Aaron vs. Ildiko Varga, absolute di- Mocksville Farmer's Market EVERY ^^ WEDNESDAY from 3:OO - 6:OO pm Location: Mocksville Town Hall Parking Lot 171 S. Clement St% Products Available: Hand Made Soaps, Various Plants, Bread, Pies, Baked Goods, Pralines, Eggs, Honey, Jams, Jellies, Spinach, Lettuce, Onions,Tomatoes and other Fruits and Vegetables For information Call: 336-671-0553 or 336-753-6700 board, equitable tion, post separa port, motion for e distribu- on sup- ergency icle or dwelling for Advance. a controlled substance, pos- May 5: assault by stran- scssion of firearm by felon; gulation, Bailey Road, Ad- Kaylee Hayes, 24, of Win- vance; breaking and enter- ston-Salem, violation of re- ing, US 601 N., Mocksville; lease order. lost/stolen phone, Campbell May 4: Levi Boger, Road, Mocksville; cybcr- 18, of Fred Lanier Road, bullying, Creedwood Di Mocksville, probation viola- tion; Mickey Roscman, 21, of Cummings Lane, Mocks- ville, indecent liberties with child; Jennifer Mitchell, 25, of Gloucester Lane, Mocks- ville, assault; Rocky Link, 40, of Gloucester Lane, Stephine Bernice Mocksville, assault on a fe- Massey, 24, of NC 801 S., male; Angela Leonard, 44, was charged May 6 with of US 601 S., Mocksviile, shoplifting and larceny. Tri- possession drug parapher- al date: May 6. nalia; Salvador Amescua, - Dannie Gaston Allen 24, of Winston-Salem, sim- Jr., 54, of Middlcton Lane, pie possession marijuana, :hargcd May drug paraphernalia. Crestview Lane eel May 2. Arrests - June Jerome Ren- egar, 41, of Harmony, was charged May 8 with shop- lifting, trespassing and as- sault. Trial date: June 2. He is accused of taking food, household goods and al- cohol from WalMart, then assaulting a store security worker. ult. Trial dat Advance; sexual cxplo tion of minor, Landis Court, Mocksville; involuntary Road, Mocksville; child abuse, US 158, Mocksville; disturbance, NC 801 S., Mocksville. May 6: fight, Salisbury Road, Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Juney Beau- champ Road, Advance; breaking and entering/com- mitment, Swicegood St., Cooleemee; robbery with a igcrous weapon, assault » inc. .SMITH:EXCAVATING, LLC May 7: disturbance. 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I-4QAJS 64 W- lation; Ronald Galyean. 34, breaking and enterine mis' of Mt. Airy, assault on a fe- demeanor stalking Pairicil male- Way. MocksviUe Gesipa Expanding, Adding 16 New Jobs Gesipa Fasteners USA, a Germ an-based company which manufactures rivets and state-of-the-art rivet- ing systems, is growing and expanding its Davie Coun- ty operations, creating 16 new manufacturing jobs in Mocksville. In addition to expand- ing its facilities and adding jobs, Gesipa is transition- ing to two shifts. According to Karen Creason. HR/office manag- er, the company has hired a number of positions this year and is actively seeking a plant electrician as well as skilled machine operators. The company anticipates adding 16 additional posi- tions by the end of 2016. to apply call Creason at 336-751-1555. ext. 101 or email kcreasvn@sesipau- The company is advanc- ing from providing stan- dard products to engineer- ing custom applications to meet an individual custom- er's unique needs, accord- Mark Grigg, plant man- ager, is excited about the company's opportunity to fill a niche in the automo- tive market. "The new equipment we are buying will allow us to do research and devcl- production right on site. We are equipped to make what- ever fastener a company might need," she said. "Gesipa believes that things need to be world class or don't need to ex- ist," Cole said. "We will do whatever we can to be bigger, better, and faster in order to add value for our customers." In order to implement this approach, Gesipa is cx- ovating its 83.0OO square foot facility in the South Point business park on US 6O1 N. in Mocksville. The distributes non -structural rivets and installation tools, and repairs installation tools. A $160,000 grant from the NC Rural Infrastruc- ture Authority (RIA) to the Town of Mocksville will help fund electrical, plumbing, compressed air, and other interior upgrades at the plant which also North American corporate headquarters. RIA provides ints to support infrastruc- County Econom Dcvel- Dnomic innovation. the vision. leade hip, and "We are blessed to have talent that Gesip has in- intcmational company vested in their to manage- c Gesipa bringing jobs mcnt.This will be compa- d opportunities to our ny to watch as the set pace •alley, president of Davie global market." Specials of the Week Chambers Join For Networking The Davie County and Lewisville-Clemmons chambers of commerce have scheduled a spe- cial Business After Hours (BAH) networking event for Thursday, May 12 from 5-7 p.m. at The Village Inn Hotel & Event Center, 6205 Ramada Way in Clcmmons. Members of both cham- bers are invited to attend and bring guests to net- work while enjoying light about services offered by The Village Inn. Tours of the facility will be available so guests will get a firsthand look at they have to offer. "Hosting a networking event together provides greater opportunities for network with a larger group of business men and worn- graphic area than our coun- ty. It also gives the hosting business more visibility during a single event," said Carolyn McManamy. pres- ident of the Davie County Chamber of Commerce. "Business doesn't stop at bers are interested in de- veloping more networking bers increase their customer base as well as grow their knowledge of the business Color Downtown Register Now For DDVS/RCC Walk, Run Through Mocksville Business After Hours are ings that allow members and prospective members the opportunity to meet. Hosting businesses show- case their business to guests and have an opportunity to speak about their business These events are one of sev- eral networking opportuni- ties organized by the Davic County Chamber of Com- merce throughout the year. the Davie chamber or to reg- ister for these events, email chamber@davtecQuntyj:am or call 336-751-3304." Assorted CANDY BARS 2 for $1 The 2016 Color Down- town Fun Run will hit the streets of Mocksville on Saturday, May 21. Join the crazy run/walk adventure - we can't wait for you to experience the frenzy. On Saturday, May 21, at 3 p.in at Rich Park in Mocksville, Davic Domes- tic Violence Services and Rape Crisis Center will host its 2nd annual Color Downtown. Running through color ic downtown Mocksville course, color throwers will with a kaleidoscope of col- ored powder. A grand finale color explosion will create fun and lasting memories for young and old. Stick around for the cel- ebration which includes door prizes, food trucks and hundreds of selfies. Walkers/rurTrters" c5h sign up to run. walk, crawl, or cartwheel through an untimed 5k course which begins and ends in Rich Park. If running isn't your thing, you won't have to miss out on the fun. Be- come a volunteer and help with crowd control, col- or stations, logistics and cheerleaders and noise makers are always needed along the course. Sign up on Active.com or go to the agency Facebook page. Registration prices are: 6ne for $21 or two for S38.99. Donations are tax deductible. The link to volunteer is http;ll\'ols ftldCP7Ac. Davie Domestic Vio- lence Services and Rape Crisis Center's mission is to end domestic violence and sexual assault in the community through em- powerment, advocacy, ed- ucation, awareness and ac- tion for social change. It is a United Way mem- ber agency. Hamburger, Bake Sale Friday In Cooleemee The last hamburger sale VFWonNCSOl. before September will be Also, there will be a bake held from 10 a.m.-l p.m. sale to benefit a First Baptist Friday at the Cooleemee youth mission trip. Town Planners Meet May 12 The Mocksville Planning Board will meet on Thurs- day, May 12 at 5:3O p.m. at town hall. Board members will dis- cuss upcoming projects and Limits Welcome our Neta Pharmacist Bobby Tysinger We now give Tdap vaccines along with Flu Shots, Prevnar, and Zostavax. We accept most insurances on these. 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Their assumption was that it was the Trac- fone number and that Smith shared that information with Matthews and Cook. Paula Carson, head of the Northwest District for the SBI, testified that she re- and was provided the Trac- Cook... allegations of corruption within the MocksviHe- Po- lice Department. Called to the stand by the plaintiff's attorney, Capt. Chris Shuskey, Davie Coun- ty Sheriff's Office, told the court he was contacted by a phone number through the department's database. The request was to locate Ihe owner of the phone but not to investigate. Shuskey told the jury he was told the phone was used in connec- tion to a call to the gover- nor's office and allegations against Cook. Shuskey ran the number and came up with a connec- tion to a Hispanic female who did not live in Mocks- viHe. "I called U. (Nelson) Turremine with the Mocks- viHe Police Department to through their database," Shuskey testified. He also shared with the police licu- of the Hispanic female. He said Turrcntine told him the name sounded familiar and after checking, reported it was in association with a drug case involving Ken Hunter's nephews. Turrentine was the next witness and he told the court it was common for he and the sheriff's office to work together on drug cases. He was asked if he had any pa- perwork on the case and he said he did not take notes. He said he entered the cell phone number into his own phone, but did not let the call go through. He then ministrative secretary and another detective and asked then to check the number. Turrentine said that he never heard anything about a call to the governor and any allegations against Cook. Smith called the Trac- fonc and left his name and asked for a return phone call. Hunter and Medlin testified that when they re- alized the case had been as- signed 10 Smith, they had been compromised. "We expected it would who would do ihe investiga- tion," Medlin told the court. "When it was turned over the ihe Davie SBI agent we knew we'd been compro- Hunier lestified lhat fear- ing retaliation, lie disposed of the Tracfone. He did not return Smith's call because of the agent's close tics lo County. There was subsequent testimony thai ihe Tracfone Mocksville Police Depart- ment's telephone bill in as- change of calls between that phone and the officer's cell phones. The bill covered a period from November lo late December. The date of the invoice was Dec. 27. The officers were fired on Dec. 29. The defendants deny ever knowing about any call to the governor's office or al- Cook testified to a lengthy list of complaints against the officers and their job performances. He did not have paperwork to back up his allegations, however, as he stated he did not operate his department.by keeping notes or doing personnel evaluations. Continued From Page 1 Under questioning by the plaintiff's attorney Robert Elliot, Cook said he and his assistant chief. Major Dan- iel Matthews, had repeated- ly tried to warn Ihe officers of their performance issues, but nothing changed. Cook was asked numerous ques- ued to promote the officers and why there was nothing in their personnel files lo re- flect those allegations. "It wasn't my policy lo write things down," Cook teslificd. "We didn't man- age with notes and sticky pads." Cook stated that he found that verbal warnings worked best because "if you wrote it down, the officers would Cook testified thai Med- lin was not following through with cases and not doing all the interviews. He said Donathan was con- sistently late for work, lale with his daily log sheets and his time sheets and left his vehicle running in the park- ing lot after being told not to. He also slated that he had reports that Medlin and Hunter were harassing other officers. said he'd been told that there were a number of of- ficers who did not want to work wilh Hunler and were saying Ihcy would quit rath- er than be under his supervi- sion. One of those was Stu- art Shore. He alleged that Shore was being harassed by Medlin and Hunter and they had threatened lo plant they were breaking into his office and reading his Cook was asked if he spoke to Hunter about these charges. "No, Stuart was so lorn I didn't want lo make it worse," Cook said.. Plaintiff's attorney Rob- ert Elliot asked if Cook had talked to Hunler to get his side of the story, but Cook said he had not. "I observed it," he replied. Cook's mosi serious charge againsl Major Ken Hunter was Hunter's al- leged role in the handling of a drug case against the store in Mocksville, Mike Goyani in 2011. Narcotics officers had made buys of illegal substances from the store and a raid was planned for Dec. 6. Cook staled thai ihere were no drugs found but a search of Goyani's residence did turn up illegal drugs and cash. "Goyani said he had been told by Major Hunter to de- stroy the drugs," Cook testi- fied. "We asked if he would and hc said no. Hunter had helped htm and hc didn't want to get him in trouble." Hunter's side of the story was lhat Goyani had ap- proached him as he was getting his oil changed and said he wanted lo talk. Goy- ani was instructed to come to the station. He did and brought with him three small vials of synthetic marijuana. Goyani had purchased them out of state where they were legal and hc wanted to know if they were illegal in North Carolina. Hunter said he checked the ingredients and found that with a change in now illegal. "I told him they had to be destroyed, but Mr. Goy- ani said he wanted to return them and gel his money back," Hunler lestified. "Since he was a local busi- nessman and had brought the vials into the station on his own, 1 told him hc could lake them and return them lo recoup his money." It was Cook's belief thai the impending raid. Hc said Hunter had lied about what the department to meet. "Hunter said they mel at 9 a.m., but Donna Lawrence (the administrative secre- tary) tsiiicl »hc worn on her way to lunch when hc ar- rived," Cook staled. Hunler lestified lhat he did not learn until two days after the raid that there had been a controlled purchase by undercover agents the he did not know in advance Cook said he was so up- sel wilh Hunter over this alleged 'violation that lie decided at that moment thai Hunter would be fired. Cook also alleged that Medlin was aware of the raid. He lestified that when he and the others left for Ihe mid. Hunter and Medlin were standing in the bock parking lot watching. In redirect, Plaintiff's At- torney Robert Elliot asked Cook "if he made an as- sumption that Medlin knew based on what he saw in your testimony yesterday?" "I believe so." Cook stat- ed. Elliot asked if Cook had just made that up and Cook allowed thai he rnighl not be sure. "When we heard what Goyani had to say, what hc did. then 1 knew Hunter knew and I figured Ihey (Hunter and Medlin) were close and so Medlin must know, too," the chief testi- fied. firing factor?" Elliot asked, nation. Cook said no. Elliot then stated the records would show that Medlin had been out on medical leave on Dec. 5 and standing in the parking lot. "So your assumption about Medlin would be false?" "Yes." Elliot also questioned whether there was evidence that Rick Donathan had case. Cook replied that on the Friday before the raid the MPD had received a call about an illegal buy al the convenience store. He testi- fied that Matthews had been monitoring the radio and had told officers on duty not to respond as il was being handled by narcotics. It was Cook's belief thai Donalhan had then called Hunter to in- form him of the raid. "Didn'l you testify yes- terday that Donathan wasn't involved in this case?" El- liot asked. "Yes," Cook said, "be- cause he was not directly The Mocksville Police Department, under Cook's leadership, had two assis- tant chiefs. Cook promol- chicf over patrol and Major Hunter, assistant chief over investigations. Hunter had testified that there had never been two assistant prior to lhal time, and when he was told he was gelling a promo- tion to major and assistam lime. Hc said hc was told thai Lt. Matthews, who was of a lesser rank and had less experience, was also being promoted to major and as- sistant chief. Hunter contends that hc naked if this was because the lown board would nol allow a black officer lo be the second in command. Hc testified thai Cook agreed. Cook denied that allega- tion. The defense made fre- Ihal Hunter, an African American, had several promotions under Cook's leadership and thai up until November, he had not been terminated for any other reasons. Cook was also questioned about misconduct and even criminal allegations against several officers within the Mocksville Police Depart- ment, including being in- toxicated at work, drug use, theft and breaking into an FBI vehicle. Elliot asked if those officers had been terminated or allowed to resign. Cook said they had not fired anyone before or after the three plaintiffs dur- ing his tenure as chief. The former police chief also denied drinking or be- ing intoxicated on the job or of any mishandling of funds. Defensive attorney Philip Van Hoy, of the Charlotte firm of Van Hoy, Reutlinger, Adams and Dunn, asked fill three officers if any charges had ever been issues with regard to ihe Mocksville Po- lice Department. All three stated that lo their knowl- edge, an investigation had never been carried out. The letters of termination informing the officers they. were being terminated at the will of their employer. Rea- sons noted in all three leticrs were insubordination and Cook did testify that there had never been any person- and there were no records of any behavior or attitude problems recorded in those files. Hunter... Continued From Page 1 the local level had failed, and they had no choice but the seek outside help. Hunter joined the Mocks- ville Police Department shortly after completing his stint in the Army in 1979. He attended Basic Law Enforcement Train- ing (BLET), sponsored by the Davie County Sheriff's Department, and when he became certified, worked as a reserve office for five years. In 1985 he was hired by the Mocksville Police ficer and in 1996 he was promoted to detective and then a detective sergeant in 2000. In 2005 he was pro- moted to captain in charge of investigations. In 2008, he was told by Cook that he was being promoted to ma- jor and would be one of two "I was told Daniel (Mat- thews) would be over patrol and I would be over inves- tigations, the motor vehicle fleet and laser training," Hunter stated. He testified that he be- lieved in Strong leadership, called himself a disciplinar- ian and believed officers should be held accountable for their actions. "I guess it goes back to my military experience; There has 10 be leadership." Hunter joined the Army Reserve following active duly and continued as a re- servist for the next 17 years. Hunter said he never spoke to Cook about his al- leged drinking. "I had heard . there were issues before he became chief," he said, but admitted he had never spo- ken to the Cook about it. He said there were times the chief seemed intoxicated at work, and he did see him consume whai he believed cycle rally. As to Cook's manage- ment style. Hunter said Ihe chief did not discipline of- ficers and referred to exam- ples that included an officer who had backed into a ci- vilian car in the department parking lot while under the influence of alcohol and on duty, and then left the scene. "He was called back in but the chief just had him taken home," Hunler said. He-said another time this same officer, also reported 10 be intoxicated on duty, had pulled his weapon out- side of the department and was waving it around and pointing it at people on the Street. He said Cook had Matthews, drive ihe officer home. "Daniel ^3<fcH rne on -his way back to the station and told me the chief had him take the officer home. He asked me what he should have done. I told him I would have taken him to the hospital for a blood test first and then told him not to come back unlil the test re- sults were in," Hunter said. In 2009 Hunler said Town Manager Christine Bralley called him to her office. "I wasn't comfortable going to see her. but 1 did. She had a list of things lhat had been reported to her and she wanted me to verify what I knew to be true." Hunter said the incident with the officer, mentioned above, was the first thing on her list. "Next was about one of the patrol officers breaking into an FBI car." He said several patrolmen had seen a car parked at one of the schools for extended periods. "They could see it was a Crown Victoria and had lights and antenna," Hunter slated, "but this offi- cer opened the locked doors, checked the glove compart- ment and found it belonged lo an FBI agent. That was breaking and entering into a moior vehicle." He said there had been other incidents involving tion was ever taken. Hunler told Ihe court that a of approval." Hunter said town crew found a power the man poured the contents jack and brought it to the into a cup and gave it to the station so that the owner chief. could reclaim it. It was Hunter also said the placed in the supply closet, chief's drinking was a fre- At some point Ihe jack was qucnt subject of conversa- tion by residents in Mocks- ville. Hunter testified that on one occasion he opened the freezer compartment on the break room and saw a brown paper bag. He could see the cap, and checking, discov- ered il was liquor. He said he asked the administrative assistant. Donna Lawrence, if she knew whose it was and she identified it as be- longing to the chief. After meeting Bralley cr said morale continued to decline within the depart- ment. He said prior to Cook taking over as chief, the de- partment had run smoothly. He had worked under a total of five police chiefs, includ- ing Cook. Hunter was asked if he knew about a letter that ind Cook assigned Hunler to investigate. "I questioned every offi- people based on their work hours," Hunler said. When graph tests, he did voice stress tests. He provided Cook with his results "The chief asked me what I wanted lo do about it, fire ai least there ought to be written reprimands," Hunter said. "And he did do that." The officer who had tak- en the tool was allowed to resign. Hunter was questioned by Attorney Elliot about his drinking on the job. The for- that Cook had been drinking a beer in the parking lot of a MocksviUe hotel during Medlin wrote to the tow-n a motorcycle rally. He said manager expressing his he had been close enough to concerns about the depart- hcarthe chief offered peach mem. Hunter replied that he brandy by a man in a wheel- did. He was Medlin*s super- chair, visor ai ihe time and he did "When the lid was off he not know that Cook planned to demote Medlin. "Did Cook approach you about Mcdlin's performance before he was demoted?" Elliot asked. "No, but afterwards he told me Mcdlin's alti- tude had changed and he wasn't the officer that Cook thought he was." "Did you agree with that?" Elliot asked. "No, Medlin had the highest case clearance record." In November of 2011, Hunler was asked about a reorganization of the police department. He testified that when he arrived at work he discovered he had been re- lieved of all supervisory du- ties and would now only be over Ihe motor vehicle fleet. Instead of assigning cases lo be investigated, that duty would now go to Detective Turremine. Hunter filed a grievance with the town manager, at which lime he said she seemed offended by his al- legations. "She asked me if 1 thought anything rose 10 the level of a criminal offense and 1 said in my opinion, yes, I asked her the same question and she said; no. 1 knew it wasn't going any- where then and so 1 went back 10 work." Con tin iied From Page 1 experience. But a chance visit to the police department in Mocksville gave him an opportunity to fill out an in- terest card. The next thing he knew he received a call from then police chief. Richard Sink. "I interviewed and was hired as a patrol officer," Donathan said. "I loved my job. I like getting to know people and I think I was good at the job." Donathan was twice se- lected as Officer of the Year and in 2007 was presented with a Silver Star Award in recognition of actions in rescuing residents from a fire at an assisted living fa- cility. He was inducied inlo the American Police Hall of Fame and Museum as a result. In 20O7 Cook promoted the officer to a patrol ser- geant, and he was given a leadership role. "I had al- ways gotten good feedback from Chief Cook and Ken Hunter," he said. Asked about Hunter's management style he re- plied. "He was a good leader, not afraid to tell you if you needed to improve or to complement you." He was asked if he'd ever been disciplined by Hunter and Donathan said he had. "Pan of my job was to keep track and make sure all vehicles had the proper equipment. One week I was busy and we were short- handed. I had to do patrol and I did not get to the in- spections," he said. "Hunter asked me about them and I told him I had not gotten them done. He wrote me He also testified that he had been reprimanded by Cook once at the direction of Hunter. "We had a supply closet that was kept locked at night mostly for the clean- ing crew." Donathan said Major Daniel Matthews showed the officers how to get in the closet without the key and that's how they go! office supplies when it was locked. During the investigation Witnesses ... Please See Ha -Page 9 Continued From Page 1 phone and Turrenline said he Ihoughi he knew the number and that it was as- sociated with a drug case involving Ken Hunter's nephews. Turrentine teslificd lhal hc did receive a call from Shuskey ihe week before Christmas, 2011. He could not- recall if SBI Agent mith's name had been icntioned. Hc said it was , common for he and Shuskey /jUo lalk, as they both handled ;"ivnarcoiics and often con- Vsulted wilh each other. He •-said during the conversation he did not recall any (alk of 'corruption or a call to the governor's office. Turnsntine. who wns o de- tective working under Ma- jor Ken Hunter at the time, stated thai he called Ihe Tracfone number in order to store il in his phone, but did nol complete the call. He Ihen passed Ihe number along to the department's administrative secretary Donna Lawrence and anoth- er detective. Mike Preston, so they might run it through the MPD database. Hc was asked if hc spoke to Chief Robert Cook or Major Daniel Matthews and he replied that he did not re- member a conversation. He was asked if he was told this was a narcotics case and he replied that he did not recall. There had been a motor- cycle rally in Mocksville at which time Hunler and Medlin had icsiificd they had seen Chief Cook drink- ing a beer and later what was alleged to be peach brandy. Turrenline was also present at thai lime and some of the Hunter... Continued From Page 8 Hunter lold the court it was al this point hc spoke with four other officers and their concerns, and then lat- er the decision was reached i by the three officers to seek | an outside investigation. In the cross examination [ by defense attorney Philip t Van Hoy, Hunter was asked i if it were true that most peo- I pie in law enforcement re- I tire early due to the stress of • the job, and Hunter said he |had no knowledge of that. Van Hoy said that ac- ; to the officers, the ducted has been go- ing on for years, but Hunter nly went to the governor's e after he was demoted. "Thai was definitely bailing point,™ Hunter -Where there ever any of corruption?" riders were doing burn-ouis in a hotel parking lot. He said there were only 10 to 25 people in the parking lot and some were doing burn- outs. He did not think it was a safety issue. When asked why he didn't not stop it. he said "Sometimes you let people do small things lo avoid the conflict." Turpentine stated Chief Cook was in ihe parking lot with Donna Lawrence, bul he did nol see Cook drink- ing. He also said he never saw Hunler arrive and re- cruit ihe chief to help stop the bum-outs. Plaintiff's alloney Robert Elliot asked Turrentine if he remembered going to Mox- being chastised by Hunler for not taking action. "Didn't he say if "you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem?" Elliot asked. Turrentine re- plied, "Yes." He then stated that he was upset with Hunt- er and admitted he had gone to find Chief Cook. "Did you tell the chief you did not want to work for Hunter?" Turrentine said he did. Elliot: "Did you see li- quor in the breakroom re- frigerator and ask 'who it belonged to?" Turrenlinc: "Yes, but I didn't ask." Elliot: "Was thai because you knew it belonged to the chief?" Turrenline: "No." Under cross examination by defense atlomey Patrick Flanagan, Turrentine was asked if he had conversa- tions with Cook or Mat- thews about why ihe offi- Van Hoy asked. "There was never an in- vestigation," Hunter replied. "Is Agent (DJ.) Smith with the SBI and isn't that who you wanted to investi- gate?" "Smith was close 10 the chief," Hunter said. "You mean they were friends?" the defense attor- ney asked. "Is il your con- ship with Cook interfered with his doing his job?" "1 jusi contend that Smith did no investigation." Van Hoy asked Hunter if he ever called Smith back after the ageni called ihe Tracfone, and if he did not. how did he expect there to be an investigation. Hunter said there could be an inves- tigation without knowing of the missing tool. Dona- than said he admitted get- ting inside to get ink for the printer in his vehicle. He had earlier been asked about claims by Chief Cook lhat he (Donalhan) was al- ways late with this daily log sheets. Donathan said al the time the department did not carry the ink he needed and he would have to wait until U was ordered. He said he could not print out his logs until he had ink, but always saved the files until he could print them. On this occasion, he said. he along with several other officers received written reprimands from the chief. Donathan said when he later apologized to Cook, the chief told him not to worry about it. "He said the only reason it was done was CYA (referring to Ihe expression "cover your ass}." In the fall of 20II, Dona- than testified lhat Cook call had something he need lo talk to him about. He was informed that he was being promoted to lieutenant. cers were fired and he said he had not. He was asked about any concerns when Cook made Matthews and Hunter as- sistant chiefs and Turren- tine said hc thought it was a bad idea. He said Hunter was aggressive and mean to people and that he always wanted to be in charge. Turrentine also said he had been part of fhe drug raid at the convenience store and he had learned of the conversation between Ken Hunter and Mike Goy- ani, the individual who was found to have illegal sub- siances."! learned ihere was going lo be raid and that Goyani had been in the de- partment headquarters and met with Hunter and that he walked out with the illegal drugs." Flanagan: "Have you ever heard talk around town about the (the chief's) ex- cessive drinking?" Turrentine: "No." Flanagan: "You*ve never heard anyone accuse Cook of being a racist?" Turrentine: "No." Flanagan: "Any agency accuse Cook of embezzle- ment?" Turrentine: "No." District Attorney Garry Frank testified that he re- ceived a call from Chief Cook informing him of the terminations of the three officers. "Il was a courtesy call," Frank said. "It said something like 'you can't have people who undercut you and are causing prob- lems." The district attorney was asked if he had ever re- ceived any previous calls about misconduct. "Yes, in 2011 I got a call from the SBI in Raleigh about an anonymous call to the governor's office about Chief Cook getting a DWI and that he was allowed to vie Count)' Sheriff Andy Stokes who said he would check and call back. "He did and said he had no evidence that this happened." Frank said he also re- ceived an anonymous call said the DA needed to call Ken Hunter about things that were going on in the police department. "I did call and he said he didn't know why I was told to call him and ih.it he had nothing to report." Frank testified. In cross examination by Flanagan, Frank was taken through a list of high profile individuals in law enforce- "I asked him if others were as well," Donathan stated. "He said the ser- geants were now going to be lieutenants because it sounded better when people called. He told me I was doing a good job and he wished he had 10 other of- ficers like me. He also said he was going to be creat- ing a captain's position and he would like to see me get that job." At that point, Donathan said Cook asked him to sit down at the table and then said he (Donalhan) needed to learn about police and politics. "He said if a poli- tician invited you to a pan- cake breakfast, it wasn't about the pancakes. It was about something else." Donathan testified that he felt there was a group within the department considered the "good ole boys" and this had been Cook's way lo in- vite him into that group. He was asked by the de- fense if he had heard Chief Cook testify that he called Donathan to his office that night in order to talk to him ment and political office that he had prosecuted. "This was well known," Flanagan asked and Frank agreed it was. Jeff Allen was involved in setting up the hunler edu- cation programs at Davie High School and South Da- vie and North Davie middle schools: The teams used the Davie County Law Enforce- ment Association's firing range for practice. Allen was called in re- gards to allegations that he had concerns about the handling of- money col- lected during a fundraiser lo assist one of the middle schools in iraveting to a na- tional competition. If.extra money above and beyond that needed for the trip was raised, the remaining money could be used for improve- ments to the range. Allen testified • that Cook was president of the DCLEA at the time and As- sistant Chief Daniel Mat- thews was the treasurer. Al- legations had been made by ihe plaintiffs that Ihere were reports of a member of the DCLEA standing up during a meeting and asking ques- tions about the disburse- ment of the funds and the ment. There was testimony that hc did not get an answer and was chastised by the Davie County Sheriff, Andy Siokes, for bringing up the matter. Allen told the court that the teams are under the N.C. Athletic Association Rules and monies raised are lo be given to the school for distri- bution lo students. Instead, Allen alleges that Matthews deposited the funds in the DCLEA account and wrote checks to the students. This is not allowed, as student athletes are not to accept funds from organizations. and Allen told Matthews Matthews refused allow anyone lo see the DCLEA accounts and a mo- tion was supposedly made at a DCLEA meeting thai in an effort to get him back on the righl track. Donathan dented there was any such discussion. Donathan was also asked about allegations that he found drugs in a vehicle belonging to someone the department had been trying to catch and did not seize the drugs or make an arrest. He replied that he had never told Matthews about finding drugs. All three termination let- ters were handed out the same day, and Donathan said when he was escorted inlo Cook's office, the chief tossed a piece of paper at him and then turned away. "I asked why 1 was being fired and when had I been insubordinate," Donathan told the court. "Cook said, 'I don't got to lell you noth- ing." He said he never received an explanation. Under cross examination by defense attorney Patrick Flanagan, of the Charlotte law firm of Cranfill, Sumner and Hartzog, Donathan was asked about a job he took Allen be banned from the range. Allen testified that he re- ceived a letter from Chief Cook as president of the DCLEA telling him he had been banned and staling that the unanimous vote on the matter had been made at a Nov.4 meeting hi 2011. Al- len is still banned from the range. Thomas Poindexter is now the president of_ the DCLEA and was subpoe- naed by the plaintiffs to appear and bring all of the DCLEA minutes from 2011 to court. He compiled, but informed the court that he had been unable to find any minutes for a Nov. 4, 2O1 1 meeting. Under oath, Poindexter also admitted he was the person who stood at one of .the DCLAE meetings to question the use of the funds to pave the firing range. In cross examination, de- fense attorney Phil Van Hoy asked if his question to the DCLAE had been about me efficiency of the use of the money and Poindexter re- plied lhat it was. In redirect questioning by the plaintiff's attorney, the officer was asked: "But you were asking for an accounl- ing of the money weren't you?" Poindexter: "Yes." Elliol: "Did you gel it?" Poindexter: "No" The wives and daughter of the three plaintiffs were called to the stand last Fri- day afternoon and gave emotional testimony about the impact of the termina- tions on their husbands/fa- with the Burlington Police Department eight months after his termination. Don- than was hired as an entry level patrol officer. Flana- gan asked if he moved to Burlington and if his wife had also gotten a job there. He stated that was true. Flanagan asked why if he had a full-time job with ben- efits that was in the field he wanted to work, why had he left that position after less than a year. Donathan stated that it was his intent to move to Burlington, bul they had not been able to sell their house in Mocksville. He was pay- ing rent in Burlingon and making a mortgage pay- ment in Mocksville and he could not afford to do that. He was also asked about going through the applica- tion process with a Statcs- ville department but not completing the process. "Wasn't the reason you didn't complete the appli- cation process because you did not want to share a ve- hicle with another officer?" Donathan agreed that was part of il. ther and their lives. Kay Donathan said her husband had a great sense of and what she would call a hard-core police officer. "It was what he had always wanted to do." She said he was him be- cause he does not believe he's done anything wrong and yet in the face of cor- ruption, he was the one lo Kendra Hunter described her falher as a wonderful dad and a disciplinarian. He had been a dedicaled and focused officer and in ihe aftermath, he had been depressed and distraught, financially unstable and em- barrassed. Renee Medlin said her husband also hod always hoped to go into law en- forcement. He said he had had to drop out of Basic Law Enforcement Training at one point due to her med- ical situation, bul that he'd later gone back and been certified. "He likes helping people and this is a job he's always respected." She said he had been excited to be promoted to detective, but over time she noticed some changes in his behavior. She said he talked to her about what he thought was happening in the department and the ef- knew he had written a letter Town Manager Christine Bralley. She said when he was demoted back lo patrol by Chief Cook after turning in the letter, he was upset. 10 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday. May 12,2O16 Last year's participants in the Advance Fire Camp learn to help someone who is Injured (left), and how to put on the firefighting gear (right). Sign Up Now For Advance Youth Fire Camp By Ronnie Robertson Advance VFD Captain ADVANCE - The fire department is preparing to hold its Fourth Annual Fire Camp June 13-15. The camp is open to boys and girls that are ris- ing sixth through ninth graders. Campers do not have to live in the Advance Fire District •al of the fa- lege Driving Simulator. .ties of past In addition to many will learn other returning favor- ites, a few new classes will be added and a new mock emergency has been planned. Last year, campers responded to a staged 4-wheeler accident in which the rider had to be stabilized, checked for in- feature sev vorite activitie camps. Campe how to put on firefighter turnout gear and self-con- tained breathing appara- tus. They will learn about fire streams and hoses with hands on exercise and con- tests. Each camper will learn basic First Aid, CPR, and experience driving a fire truck in the Davidson juries, placed on a back- This year's camp will County Community Col- board, and carried to a ig ambulance. They then were told the rider had been spraying chemicals and everyone had to return to the station to be decon- taminated. Upon arriving campers were covered with hs material in the f whipped' cream and hosed down by the firefighters. The camp will conclude on Wednesday evening with a graduation picnic for the campers and theii families. Campers will put on a demonstration of the skills learned before re- ceiving their certificates. The cost of camp is $50 for all three days and in- irdous eludes camp activities, two m of snacks a day, lunch each iccepted but does require a late fee. Camp size is limited so applications should be relumed as soon as possi- ble. Camp registration ap- plications may be printed from the fire department website at wvnv.advance- day, a camp t-shirt, and firedepartment.org. Click Wednesday night picnic. A on the Fire Camp tab. registration application is Applications may be required and is due June 5. picked up at the front desk Late registrations will be at Advance Fire Depart- 2015 campers are "de-contaminated" after a mock disaster (left); and learn to maneuver fire hoses LISTEN UP! What Are the Real Facts About Hearing Wellness? According to a recent study by the Better Hearing Institute, better hearing keeps people socially active and can improve: • Self-confidence• Relationships • Sense of humor • Cognitive skills • And more... Complete Hearing Wellness Check-Up Don't Wait! Get a comprehensive look at your hearing wellness: O Medical and audiological history - Let's discuss. 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They took a guided tour of the city, visited the National World War II Museum, shopped and ate good food in the French Quarter, and even spent some time in Harrah's Casino. They took a cruise on the Natchez Seamboat on the Mississippi River and toured the Destrahan Plantation. On the way home, they stopped in Mobile, Ala. where they toured the USS Alabama. Sports DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday, May 12,2OI6- 1 Barber Headed To Panther Minicamp Sv Brian Ptftc :„,. - - , •By Brian Pitts Davic Enterprise Record For two days, Jarcd Barber sat in misery. When the NFL Draft end- ed. Barber's phone did nol ring on Saturday night nor all day Sunday. But Monday was magical. Bar- ber got a call from his agent. Tlie Carolina Panthers invited him to their Rookie Minicamp on May 12-14. Now he is living every kid's dream. He has a chance to make an NFL team. "They said if j show up healthy and I can play and I look good, then they'll sign me to a free-agent contract next Saturday night," Barber said. "It's crazy how much everybody is supporting me and rooting me on. It's blown my mind. Everybody is so excited, and that gets me excited. I'm playing for a dream that I had when I was little, it's bringing the community together in some sort af way, and everybody is anxious and that gets me excited to go out there and play better." Barber was a starling linebacker for the West Virginia Mountaineers. He fought through injuries and played for four defensive coordina- tors. After sitting out the 2014 sea- i knee injury, he returned The West Virginia Pro Day \,^. for a fifth year in 2015, finishing April 4. It was a little discouraging second on the team in tackles (64). because Barber was slowed sig- Hc played in 44 career games and nificantly by a pulled hamstring, finished with 192 tackles and 20.5 He gritted his teeth and did wha* for lo Barber got the big news from the Panthers on May 2. Since then, his phone has been going crazy. He found time for a 20-minutc in- terview to relive the past four-plus months of training and working his tail off and praying and hoping for a chance to make the NFL. "It's been wild," he said. The 2011 Davie graduate's journey to land an NFL opportu- nity began on Jan. 9, shortly after his West Virginia career ended. He traveled to Waukesha, Wi., to train at NX Level. He was in Wisconsin until late March. "It's where J.J. Watt (of the Houston Tcxans) grew up and the place he trained while growing up through high school and throughout his college," Barber said. "That's where he trains in the offseason as well. My agent had sent clients there before, so he had a history with that gym. There were four of us with two trainers. They definite- ly got me as ready as I could have been for (West Virginia Pro Day)." he could lo show representatives from 20-plus NFL teams what he's "I pulled my hamstring three weeks before Pro Day." he" said. "It really bothered me,so I couldn't do any of ihe drills at all. I tried doing the 5-10-5 shuttle and I tweaked it again. It wasn't ready, but I knew I had to try to do something. I tried doing that and tweaked it in the second turn. I thought my day was probably over." But Barber refused to let that happen. "I told myself: You've got to at least show them something. You've got to show them that you want to play real bad. You've just go to push through it. If it pulls completely or tears completely, so be it. I don't want to be overlooked, so I got through the positional drills with linebackers and fullbacks, which wasn't easy. It was pretty painful. For the circumstances, 1 think overall it was a good day for me. I talked to several scouts afterward and talked to coach Mike T< said through the pain and showing us you're a tough kid and you want to play football." town. W.V., training and receiving treatment for the hamstring, until the NFL Draft approached. He re- turned to his Mocksville home for the draft on April 28-30. He was not drafted, which was nothing to fret about. His agent had been in contact with numerous teams about taking the free-agent route. "I wasn't expecting to get draft- ed because of my past injuries and everything I've gone through," he said. "If you're going to be a sixth- or seventh-round pick ... Obviously it's every kid's dream to hear their come across the ticker. You might miss out on a signing bonus for 30, 4O, 50,000 dollars, which would be nice, but once you're that late in the draft you've still got to fight and really prove yourself once you get into camp. As a free agent, you can look at depth charts, what's best for you and your best chance to make a team. So I looked at it as a positi\ if the Stcclers. They all That night and throughout Sunday, ipprcciated you fighting the phone didn't make a sound and Barber's spirits hit rock bottom. days," he said. "Two teams - I won't name them - told me they were going lo offer me a free-agent contract as soon as the draft ended. So I had a good feeling as soon as the draft ended that I was going lo get a phone call. The phone never rang, nothing ever happened. So I started gelling real worried. My agent was talking to teams and ev- ery team was scared of my injuries. I guess they went back and looked more into it after they had told me they were definitely going to offer me a free-agent spot. No team wanted to take a risk with my health history. I understand it's a business. Bui it sucks because I'm as healthy as I've been in a long, long time. It was really frustrating. Saturday night and Sunday was pretty bad." On Monday, May 2, Barber enjoyed the other end of the emo- tional spectrum. His agent called with the news. "Out of the blue on Monday and said: 'You'll never guess who The draft ended on Saturday.Please See Barber - Page B4 Gregory Earns 22 Wins In Tennis 3rd In Region Elijah Gregory's season-long ascent picked up speed in the Mid- west Regional on May 6. Getting three wins in four matches, he captured third place for Davie's best regional showing since Scott Gallimore took second in 2012. It gets better. Gregory's record is 22-3. Tons of tennis players have taken the court in the program's 43- year history, but no one has reached 22 Ws in the past 21 years. It could be an all-time record. This weekend, he will make his first appearance in the state t< nament. In the 2014-15 regionals. he went a combined 1-2 and failed to advance. But in the 2016 regional at Grimsley, Gregory entered as the No. 3 seed and did not disappoint. He made quick work of North- west Guilford's singles entry, winning 6-0, 6-1. Then he faced the No. 1 seed from Cardinal Gib- bons. In a match to determine who would claim one of four qualifyinj spots to the state tournament, things didn't start well for the CPC Player of the Year. Gregory fell behind 5-O "We were playing in an odd situation because of rainy weath- er." Davie coach Shane Nixon said. "The matches got moved from Grimsley to Piedmont Indoor Tennis Center. Elijah didn't seem to be able to find his rhythm. The courts weren't open, so coaching was tough. Proximity to our players was only possible if we sat in what are usually the players' seats on the court. So I was up close and person- al to Elijah when we got down 5-0. But I wasn't really worried, as he just had that look in his eyes. 1 fell like if He could just sort of stop the bleeding, as the old saying goes, that he had more than a chance." Gregory says Nixon told him: At 22.3i junior Elijah Gregory has the most tennis wins in at least 21 years for Davie High Please See Gregory - Page B5 teams. Sink 8th Out Of 71 In Golf Davie golfer Wesley Sink could not recapture his magic from 2015, although he still turned in a com- mendable score in the Midwest Regional at Treybum Country Club in Durham on May 3. Sink, a junior, shot 4-over 76 to tie for eighth out of 71 players. The top three teams and top six. individuals not on a top-three team advanced to the slate meet. In the fight for an individual berth. Sink missed out by three strokes. The berths went to. guys who shot 68. 70.71,72,73 and74. In the 2O15 regional at Forest Oaks Country Club, Sink delivered the best showing by a Davie player in 13 years, shooting even-par 72 After earning All-Central Pied- enth-place showing in the league race. Sink shot 2-over 38 on both sides at Treybum. "He had three birdie putts where be was about 15 feet from the pin and he ran them by about six, seven or eight feet and then he missed the par puns coming back and had to tap in for bogey," coach Ty Wo- odring said. "If he two-putts those three holes, he shoots 73." For the day, he had 10 pars, six bogeys and two birdies. He birdied the par-5 No. 9 and the par-4 No. 16. He barely missed an eagle putt on No. 9, lapping in for birdie. "He drove the ball pretty much perfectly all day," Woodring said. "He was good with his irons. He played great. He just didn't putt die ball too well." The regional featured 11 teams. and the CPC snatched first, second and third with Mi. Tabor (313). Reynolds (314) and Reagan (316) taking the top spots.Wesley Sink goes out strong, 2nd In CPC By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record Elijah Gregory can add confer- ence runner-up to his resume. The Davic tennis star steps it .up every year. As a freshman, he went 13-5 and finished fifth in the Central Piedmont Conference tournament to cam a regional berth. As a sophomore, he went 14-7 and finished fourth in the CPC. And in the CPC tournament at Davie on April 26. the second-seed- ed junior claimed second place and " * record to 19-2. It was the highest finish in the conference tournament in four years, going back to Scon Gallimore *s singles championship in 2012. With 19 wins. Gregory has the most since GaJIimore's 20-4 mark in 2O12. What's more, Gregory won the CPC Player of the Year Award. "Elijah and Jack Robinson went a combined 36-9 in singles and doubles, which I feel sure would be a record if they kept it for doubles partners," coach Shane Nixon said. After receiving a first-round bye, Gregory blew past Parkland and West Forsyth in the quarterfi- nals and semifinals. Second was as good as he could hope for because he ran into Reynolds senior Bennett Crane in the finals, losing 10-4 to been ranked as high as fifth in the nation. He has lost seven matches in his career (two in singles, five in doubles). He reached the state state runner-up as a sophomore. He did not participate in the regional "Crane is a great kid, too," Nix- on said. "He's humble, jovial and a wonderful young man." Robinson and Davie's two doubles entries bowed out in the first round. Robinson, a senior, finished with a 12-7 record. Seniors Sebastian Mikutski/Nikolas Parnell and junior Sam Jordan/senior Jack Ratledge teamed up in doubles. "I'm not sure people realize how tough the CPC is." Nixon said. "There were probably 5-6 guys who were undefeated at then- respective seeds on CPC teams. I felt like Reagan was the sec- ond-best team in our league and their overall record was only 8-7. West Forsyth only lost three times in conference but had five matches finish 5-4-, including both with us. Reynolds could easily win the state in the dual team and in singles and doubles." The War Eagles Ded for third regularsi B2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday, May 12, 2016 Soccer Earns Most Wins In 7 Years The Davie varsity soccer team has earned the most victories in seven years, and wild-card berth to the post- season. The War Eagles suffered a second hard-fought loss to Ml, Tabor, losing 2-0 on the road on May 4. They fell short 2-1 to the Spartans (16-6,9-2 Central Piedmont Conference) on April 7. After losing three of four ship with a breezy 9-O win at Parkland in the regular-sea- son finale on May 7. Davie got two goals from Emily Muchukot, Claire De- vereaux and Jessica Navarro. Jennifer Ngo, Faith Boke- no and Katelyn Hernandez added one each. Dishing out Jaci Grachen, Hernandez, Navarro, Bokeno and Ana While last-place Parkland sank.to 2- 1 3 overall, the War Eagles improved to 8-10 and since going 8-8-1 in 2009. Davie tied for the fifth in the seven-team CPC. West pion at 12-0. Tabor (10-2), Reagan (7-5) and Reynolds (5-7) were next. Davie and North Davidson tied at 4-8. Parkland was 0-12. Six War Eagles have be- tween five and eight goals. Navarro is first with eight, fallowed by Devercaux with nandez have six each. Bo- keno and Grachen have five apiece. JV Loses It was a gratifying season for Davie's junior varsity, although the final game was one il would rather forget, a 5- 1 loss at Tabor on May 4. The Spartans had some- Davie O-O on March 10 and losing to Davie 1-0 on April 7. "We gave up a couple of early goals and didn't play our best in the first half," coach Cody Cook said. "Tabor put pressure up. They played great and kept the pressure on us the entire game." Davie's goal came after Tabor's keeper blocked a shot by Recce Vizcaino. Morgan Lewis was there to clean it up. Lewis was second on the team with five goals. Vizcaino was the The War Eagles went 7-7-3 overall and 4-6- 1 in the CPC. That's no small thing. They achieved the most wins in 14 years (9-8-3 in 2002). Ellis Softball Dominates South Davie Everett, Williford All CPC In Track Savannah Everett and Av- in 2015. cry Williford earned all-con- TheNo. 3 performance by ference honors in the Central a Davie athlete was turned in Piedmont Conference Track by sophomore Lauren Long, & Field Championship meet who placed third in the shot on May 3 at Reagan. put at 30-04. The first- and The Ellis and South Davie softball teams split the first two meetings, but visiting Ellis dominated the rubber match on May 2, getting three hits from Shea Woody and Lindscy Dingier and was stopped in the top of the sixth inning by lightning. The Jaguars took a 2-0 lead in the top of the first fourth straight win. They two from Sara Reagan, Ra- chel Devereaux and Hayden Strickland. They got one from Paige Riordan, Cnitlyn Sechrist (double), Aubrey Myers (triple) and Karly Queen (double). "Woody finally got out of her slump, and it couldn't have happened at a better time," Ellis coach Shannon really hard on herself lately, so I know she needed that big hit. "Myers has really stepped up her game these past few but in the field as well." The lightning interrupted play in the top of the sixth, so the game reverted back hits and two runs by Ellis. Sixth-inning singles by Rea- gan, Dingier and Devereaux and a two-run homer over the were erased by Mother Na- It hardly mattered on a day that saw Ellis get posi- tive results up and down the lineup. Wood said. "In Ihe beginning of the season, she had a ten- dency to get behind batters. she has started to throw more hitting her locations. "Queen has caught the last two games due to Strick- land being sick, and she has really stepped up and done a great job. "Devereaux stepped in at second base and has been a rock on Ihe right side." The Tigers, who fell to a row, scored their only run in the sixth on an double by Madisyn Cockcrham. Taylor Milliard went 2-for-3 to pace six hits. Carly Green (dou- enzie Myrick and Cocker- ham had the other hits. South beat Ellis 12-8 on April 5. Ellis beat South 8-5 on April 26. ND Loses North Davie has won six of eight, but it has been no match for Yadkin County competition, which is re- Starmount drilled the vis- iting Wildcats 11-1- on May 4. The other loss during the hot streak was 12-0 at Forbush. teams in Yadkin County - Starmount and Forbush - are really good from top to bottom," coach Trevor Abbey Custer went 2 for 2. Kayli Murphy had the only other hit, and it was a triple. Lena Marroquin knocked in Gooch found positives slipped to 8-6. "Custer did a good job of pitching in relief to hold down Starmount's big bats and extend the game to six innings," he said. "She was also excellent with the bat after being out a week. "Murphy continues to have a hot bat with a big tri- ple in the fifth inning. Marro- in runs in RBI situations." The top-two finishers in sccond-placegirlshadthrows each event made all-confer- of 33-08 and 33-02. cnce, and Williford, a senior forDavie'sboys.tooksecond The War Eagles were a in the 1 10-meter hurdles, his non-factor as a team. The 15. 18 time trailing the 14.88 girls finished fifth out of by a guy from Reynolds, seventeams.markingthefifth champion in both the 110 spot. West Forsyth was first hurdles and 300 hurdles, with 170points,followedby Interestingly enough, he Parkland (169 .5), Mt. Tabor turned in a belter time in the (115), Reagan (109). Davie did in 2015 (15.32). North Davidson (35). ett, a junior, claimed second finished fifth or lower every in the high jump with a 5-0 year since 2012, and this performance. The winner year they were in last place, from West Forsyth went 5-2. Tabor took home the title This is the second all-con- with 170points,followcdby ference season for Everett, West (164), Parkland (115), who was runner-up with an Reynolds (84), Reagan (63), identical 5-0 performance North (62) and Davie (37). j Briefs & Dates Ron Kirk Memorial Scholarship May 21 • - A-fundraise*r for the Ron Kirk MemoriaT Scholarship for Davie High will be May 21 at 3 p.m. at 4 Oaks Event Center Meacham Homers Again For Ellis Spencer Nifong tossed his fifth complete game, Ellis turned two double plays nnd Hunter Meacham blasted a the Jaguars' baseball team defeated host South Davie 7-2 on May 2. With a 9-1 record .and seven straight wins, Ellis is having an average season by its high standards. It went 9-1 in2014and 10-1 in 2015. the bases loaded and no outs in the seventh, Nifong and Meacham turned a 1 -2-3 DP. Nick Jones, who replaced injured Bailey McKnight at first base, was on the back end of both twin killers. "Nick had several huge defensive plays," Ellis coach Mike Dinkins said. "He had a nice short hop for an out when they had one on." Third baseman Troy Starmount put up two South's seventh straight loss Clary and shortstop Chandler dropped the Tigers to 3-9. did their part in the team' effort.Nifong went the distance, logging at least five innings for the third consecutive game. "You've got to give their pitcher credit," South coach Todd Bumgarner said. "He threw a really good game. I was impressed with him." The Jaguars, who led 5-O before South got on the board, turned double plays in to knock the wind out of South. With two on and one put in the first, Jaxon Beaty Justin Collins (1-3, a 4-6-3 double play. With the second time in. r for sterling defensi "Clary made the plays I can remembe Dinkins said. "I think he had nine)." Ellis produced 10 hits, including three from Ni- fong (3-4, double) , two from Reed Cunningham (2-4) and Anthony Azar (2-4, double) and one from Meacham (1- 1, three walks, four runs), Zac Smith (1-2. doubie).and we*,.ve had so'mebody hit Dinkins said. "I've coached a lot of games at South Davie, and Bumgarner said. "It was an upper-deck shot. He got every bit °f »• He's a good player. He's solid. He's their best player without a doubt. When you have a lefthanded pitcher and a good catcher, it's hard to run." Jack Reynolds pitched seven innings with six strike- caught a break all season. "Reynolds pitched ex- tremely well," Dinkins said. "He kept us off-stride all day." -Four of South's nine hits came in the sixth and sev- enth. Evan Little and Gage Recktenwald had two each, with Little boosting his aver- age to .422. Trent McDaniel had a double. "We did as good as we first and the Rams' pitcher took care of the rest as North Davie lost 2-0 on the road on May 4. Starmount's pitcher three-hitler with 10 Ks, handing North its first shut- out loss in 31 games (North Davidson beat the Wildcats 10-0 in 2014). "Their pitcher was drop- ping curveballs in at will and we were offbalance the entire game," coach Jeremy Brooks said. The third loss in four games for North (6-6) was no fault of the Wildcats' arms. Ethan Wilkins allowed Aaron Williams worked a Downtown Mocksville. The band DC Wallbangers will provide entertainment. Mcrrifield Hitting Streak Whit Menilicld had a six-game hitting streak and a .289 average through May 3 for Triple-A Omaha. Ellis Wins Golf Title Ellis' golf team ran away from both county rivals in the Dnvie County Middle School Tournament at Oak Valley on May 4. Ellis, which scored 186 to North Davie's 221 and South Davie's 235, completed an undefeated season in the conference. The Jaguars were led by Noah Teeter (44) and SamHendrix(45). Vcrnon Leading App St. Matt Vemon is leading Appalachian State's baseball team in RBIs (34) and he's tied for first in average (.295) and home runs (five). rie tennis in state toumam Monday, May 16 Ellis baseball at Forbush at 4:30 Ellis softball at Forbush at 4:30 KENNETH L. FOSTER & ASSOCIATES, PA • Land Surveyors • Planners • Mapping Residential, Commerical, Sub-Division Planning & Design Assist In Estate Divisions Cemetery Design & Layout OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN ALL TYPES OF SURVEYS Licensed in North Carolina & South Carolina. Resident of Daw ,for over 4O\ couldn't find any a the plate.* Brooks Gets Scholarship Three students earned Touchstone Energy Sports Camp Scholarships from EnergyUnited to attend summer basketball camps at two of the slate's largest college campuses. Nathan Brooks, a sev- enth grader at North Davie Middle School in Mocks- ville. will attend the Roy Williams Carolina Basket- ball Camp at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, all on full scholarships from EnergyUnitcd. He is Brooks. "EnergyUniied is pleased to give ihese out- standing students the op- portunity to experience life on a college campus and learn from college ct and student-athletes.' Maureen Moore, commu Upcoming Games Wednesday, May 11 S. Davie softball at North Wilkes at 4:30 S. Davie baseball at North Wilkes at 4:30 Thursday, May 12 Ellis baseball at home vs. North Wilkes at 4:30 Ellis softball at home vs. North Wilkes at 4:30 Friday, May 13 , . , Davie track in Midwest Regional at Ih.tless s.xth.They combined Salurdayj May 14 for a five-hitter. n.,,,1-. .„„„:. ;„ «, Williams had tw North's hits. Zach Bn had the other. "Wilkins pitched another strong game," Brooks said. "He kept us in it, but we Sr. Legion Baseball Schedule May 21 vs. Concord at McCrary Park at 4 21 vs. Randolph County at McCrary Park at 7 22 at home vs. Randolph County at 7 24 at home vs. Kannapolis at 7 26 at home vs. Eastern Randolph at 7 28 at home vs. Winston-Salem at 7 29 at Mooresville at 7 30 at home vs. Mooresville at 7 June 1 at Kemersville at 7 2 at home vs. Rowan County at 7 3 at Stanly County at 7 4 at Lexington at 7 5 at home vs. Winston-Salem at 7 6 at home vs. Kemersville at 7 9 at Kannapolis at 7 10 at Eastern Randolph at 7 16 at home vs. Stebunville (Ohio) at 7 18 at home vs. Concord at 7 19 at Concord at 7 21 at High Point at 7 24 at home vs. Stanly County at 7 26 at home vs. Greensboro at 7 27 at home vs. Lexington at 7 28 at home vs. High Point at 7 29 at Rowan County at 7 July 1 first round of playoffs 4 second round of playoffs 10 Area III semifinals 16 Area III championship series 22 state tournament at Wingate Aug. 3 Southeast Regional in Asheboro 11 American Legion World Series in Shelby ergyUnited. 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"Whether I'm there 20 minutes or five years, just to get the oppor- tunity is something I can't take for granted. Most people don't even get a chance to play big D-l football and I'm blessed enough to get a chance to see if I can play in the NFL. "If I sign a contract next Saturday, I'll get a signing bonus, and from what I un- derstand, they pay you week- ly throughout the summer." Barber is one of the nicest guys you 'II meet. He has hu- mility, work ethic and values. At West Virginia, he handled injury and health adversity with grace. He has a good heart and unsinkable spirit. can bet he'll go and go and keep on going until he gets his way or until he's told it's over. He has the community buzzing. He has the county behind htm. CPC Baseball, Softball Tourneys Rained Out By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record The Davie baseball and softball teams took care of business as heavy favorites in the first round of the Cen- Tournament.They advanced mcntum to the semifinals. But then Mother Nature stepped in and put n stop to everything. The rest of the Both moved on to first-round games in the state playoffs this week. Eight days before Davic softball hosted Mt. Tabor in the first round of the CPC Tournament on May 4, the Spartans made their home esting. Davie prevailed 8-1 thanks to six late runs, but Tabor went toe-lo-toe with the War Eagles for six in- restingNothing was int' ing at Rich Park.Third-seed- ed Davie was ruthless in a 16-0, four-inning romp over No. 6 Tabor. Davie outhit Tabor 12-2. Davie, which improved to 15-9 with its fourth straight win, made zero errors. Tabor (5-16) made seven Es. "We came out fired up," coach Dawn Lowcry said. "Olivia Boger set the tone on the mound early and we came to hit the ball. The last tion." The War Eagles raced to a 4-0 lead in the first. After McKenzic Barney- castle reached on an error, Anna Devereaux produced the first of four hits in the inning. Then Sierra Fer- homc run. Makenzie Smith singled, followed by Jessie Beck's two-out RBI double. Tabor pitcher Rachel Whitaker kept her team around eight days before, time. In the second, Davie pushed the margin to 6-0 as Barneycastlc, Bridget! Tiemey and Devereaux had singles before Ferguson and Smith reached on errors. Davie chased Whittaker in a two-run third. Dcsiree Lewis singled with two outs. Barneycastlc followed with a two-run homer to left-center. It was her first-ever long ball. "She cried running around the bases," Lowery said. "I was really happy for Barney. It's nice that she can add this to her arsenal. When she is playing with full confidence, she is a huge threat." It got silly in the fourth, when Davie mounted eight runs on three hits, two walks and three errors. Davie got two hits from Bameycastle (2-3). Dever- eaux (2-3), Ferguson (2-3) and Lewis (2-2).Tierncy (1- 3), Smith (1-2), Beck (1-3) and Katelyn Webb {1 -2) had Tomatoes Other FRESH PRODUCE also available cT^5-»! 302 Foster Road, Mocksville i "" '" Call For Directions (336)492-2849 l-fcnn.-O.TTl -i SEAFORD STOMP REMOVAL In '96 photo, big brother Adam Barber with twins Jared (left) and Jacob. it, continue to make it cut by somebody else will pick me cut. keep pushing and show up. If not, it's been one heck them I can play," he said, of a ride. I've had a great "If it doesn't workout (with career. It's been a blessing Carolina), I know my agent 'o play at Davie, ai West will be on the phone call- Virginia and have a chance to ing. other teams and telling play in the NFL. I'm going RJ them I'm still available. If take it day by day, week by it doesn't work out, maybe week and cut by cut." Boger pitched all four in- nings, allowing just two hits. Ferguson's fourth home run of the season was one for the record books. This is Davic's 20lh year in fast pitch softball, and only one person has hit more in a season. Morgan Wyatt, an assistant coach, swatted nine in 20O9. now," Lowery said. "She is really seeing the bait well and is totally zoned in. It's been fun co watch." The only suspense in the Davie baseball team's first- round game against visiting Parkland on May 4 was how great the margin would get. Second-seeded Davie set- tled for an 11-1, five-inning win over the No. 7 Mustangs, who finished 2-21. Davie played Parkland for the third outscored the last-place team 44-1. Chris Reynolds (2-3), Tyler Roberts (2-3), Nathan Harrell (2-3, double), Ryan Harrell (2-3, double, two steals) and Mitchell McGee (2-3) had two hits each. Brandon Lankford was 1 for 4 with two RBIs. Paul Dav- enport and Craig Colbournc had three and two walks. . respectively. Coach Bobby Byerly em- ployed two pitchers who came in with little varsitj experience, but ihey had no trouble helping Davie 10 18-4 and a sixth consecutive vic- tory. Junior Zach Hudspeth gave up one run on three hit^ in four innings. Freshman Carson Whisenhunt threw six strikes in eight tries in a perfect fifth innine. Gregory... DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 12. zoie -115 Continued From Page BI a game. Win"Ju one game, th happens." What happened was amazing. Gregory ran off seven straight games and won the first set 7-5. Then Mantyah seemed to collect his own game and he ran off another three ii start -Elijah Gregory earned his first state berth. the second set. From thai hole, Gregory slcpped on Ihe gas. He'd go onto win in straight sets - 7-5. 6-3. "Elijah never shows any emotion." Nixon said. "But he did ai the end of this one." With Ihe win, Gregory moved to the regional semi- finals and qualified for the stale tournament. m "I don't know how long H it's been since a Davic boys tennis player qualified for states," Nixon said. "But I know [ am proud of my guy. I'll send Elijah out there with anybody. Anyone who they send us up against, we'll open a can of balls and have at it. He is playing so well, it can't be overstated. He is just ie represents our school? A Chapel hill would defeat the itudcnt-alhlete in the truesl War Eagle junior 6-3, 6-2. iince of the word, a good The way the seeding :haracier kid, and a young works, Gregory would play nan 1 enjoy being around, in the third-fourth game and a pleasure to coach." face Hugh Knapp of Grims- sgory ran into a fa- ley. Knapp was last year's regional champ and he lost to Reynolds' Bennett Crane only person to beat Gregory facing Kevin Hwaung from East Chapel Hill, whom Gregory lost to in last year's second round. Gregory fiot pi off to a good start, but at 3-3, n; Hwaung began lo show why K he has played in the regional final two years in a row (now to three.) The senior from E ..I i icnl.) Gregory defeat ipp 6-3,6-2 to seize thi Gregory's only losses ; to the top two finishers the region. Smith, Steller Honored At Guilford Ceremony Guilford College recog- nized its top student-athletes at a year-end ceremony on May l.The 14 student-ath- nominatcd and selected by Guilford's athletics staff. The department's top honor, the Nereus C. En- glish '26Athleiic Leadership ^Award, was awarded to nine oipperclassmen, including ! Davic County's Adam Smith "and Amy Stellcr. Named for one of Guilford's most loyal ;is given to students who 'display the highest ideals of athletic accomplishment, leadership and academic lachievement. I The football team's Smith Iwas a double winner. He 'earned the English Award, as 'well as the Jack Jensen Ideal Student-Athlete Award. Smith of Mocksville completed a historic career for the Quakers' football program by collecting his third straight First Team AII- ODAC award. He joined just 'four other Quakers so hon- 'ored in school history. The 'senior receiver set a number of league and school stan- dards in the finest of his four seasons, which ended with Third Team All-America recognition from D3football. com. He ranked second in the league with 89 catches for Standing with their coaches, Adam Smith and Amy Steller were honored at Guilford College's year-end ceremony. 1,262 yards and 18 touch- yards ( 1<>) and scoring (280). Guilford with career-best member of the 4xlOO relay on Guilford's Student-Ath- downs, both conference He ranks 14th among NCAA marks in nearly every sta- team that ran a 52.48 at lete Honor Roll and dean's highs. His 18 touchdown Division Ill's career leaders tistical category. The junior the ODAC Championships, list. She plans to graduate record and rank second in ODAC history. Smith posted the second-highest season receiving yards total in Guil- ford history with a figure that stood eighth nationally. He ranked sixth in Division 111 in receiving yards (126.2) NCAA Division III A and receptions (8.9) per demic All-District V Tt game. Smith will leave with Guilford's career standards for receiving yards (3.988) all touchdowns (46), games completed her second with at least 100 receiving en's basketball seas receiving yards. Smith is a two-time Academic All- ODAC selection, a dean's list student, and a seven-time member" of the Sludent-Ath- lete Honor Roll. He was CoSlDA's 2015 spring with a degree in sport and averaged 7.7 points, 3 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game. Her best performance namcnt selection Denison University, when she fin- ished with a career-high 21 points in the Quakers' 69-61 win- Steller helped Guilford reach the second round of the NCAA Tournament. She also completed her first track Sleller set school records in the 400 (1:01.50) and as a ing duties as a peer mentor and assistant director of in- tramural sports. A member of theTri-Bcta National Honor Society and an Academic All-ODAC selection, Steller has been regularly featured lajor in e and sport :esand health sciences. FARM FRESH PORK m»*rt»cfa!f£SidtaiUGRAIN FED BEEF Jerry & Cindy Foster (336)998-7175 MILLER EQUIPMENT RENTAL SPRING 15 HERE! PERKINS ROOFING 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 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 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:l 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 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. 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On The Veladrome Local Venture Scouts Learn Competitive Cycling On April 29, the Venture In the group were John Knott, the cycling coach fa Scouts of Troop 732 went Passero and Danny Dzerei- Belmont Abbey College to Rock Hill, S.C. and took wcski of Troop 732, Mat- who discussed the colle a qualification class at the thew Forrest of Troop 525, giatc cycling program an- Giordana Velodrome. Will Harden of Troop 919, scholarships. The velodrome is a and 11-year-old CJ Bur- After getting up on th 250-meter Olympic stan- ford. Adult leadership was 47-degree banking, one a dard bicycle track. The Venture Advisor Will Mills, the Scouts was heard to sa> class is designed to teach Katie Burford, and Venture "It's the best scary time I'v skills needed to race in Committee member David ever had." Now, they are al Olympic and national com- Mills. •- looking forward to sonv petition. The group met with Kyle summer racing. 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She graduated from Davie County High School, and earned a bachelorVde- gree in education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a masterV degree frpmxStrayer and Ap- palachian State universities. She ^finishing her doctoral studies at East Tennessee Stale University. She is employed at Forsyth Technical Community College as the program coordinator of the pharmacy technology program. The groom-to-be is the grandson of Lerby and Martha Terry and Sarah Shepard of Winston-Salem. He graduated from Carver High School in Winston-Salem and attended Winston-Salem State University. He attends Forsyth Tech- nical Community College, studying welding. He works in security for Lankford Protective Services. An August wedding will be held in Winston-Salem. Danita Smith To Speak At Clement Grove The Ladies Auxiliary of Clement Grove Church of God, 7th Day, will host its annual Women's Day program on Sat- urday, May 14 at noon. Guest speaker will be Prophetess Danita Smith. She was bom in Norfolk, Va. to the late James and Bar- bara Lamb. She started going to church at the age of 9. Smith is the only girl of three children and was the only one in the household that would go to church. She was baptized at an early age and received the gift of the Holy Ghost as a teenager. She is the wife of Gary Smith, has seven children and 13 grandchildren. Smith was nurtured in the Lord under the leadership of her spiritual father and mother. Bishop Garland and Pastor Hazel Andrews of Macedonia Pentecostal Holiness Church in Norfolk. She started in the ministry in her early 20's as a missionary and as God moved upon her life she became a minister, evangelist, elder and prophetess. One of her fa- vorite scriptures is Psalm 27. She is the founder of Greater Works Ministry in Norfol. The public is invited to the program. Lunch will be served following the service. Clement Grove is at 159 Parker Rd., Mocksville, where Elder Raymond Robinson Jr., serves as pastor. 'Annual Day' Sunday At Shiloh Baptist The Senior Missionary Department of Shiloh Baptist Church will observe its Annual Day on Sunday, May 15 at 3 p.m. Dr. Beverly Smith of Beverly Smith Ministries, Char- lotte, will be the guest speaker. Smith is the director and instructor for Life Christian University - BSM Charlotte Campus. Mocks Breakfast Saturday Mocks United Methodist Church will host its Saturday breakfast on May 14 from 6:30-10 a,m. Cost is $7 a plate which includes meat, eggs, grits, sausage gravy, biscuit, and beverage. Take outs are available. Mocks is at Mocks Church and Beauchamp roads, Ad- The breakfast is sponsored by the Mocks United Meth- odist Men and proceeds go toward their projects. Advance Community Yard Sale Saturday At 1st Baptist Advance First Baptist Church is sponsoring a commu- nity yard sale on Saturday, May 14 from 7 a.m.-2 p.m. To register for a spot, contact Debbie Jones at 336-998-6302 by May 13. Spots are $20 each. The registration fee will go toward the Worship En- hancement Fund. Advance First Baptist is at 1938 NC Hwy 801 S. Bethlehem UMC Celebrating Pentecost With Worship Bethlehem United Methodist Church will celebrate Pentecost with a casual outdoor worship service under the shade of big trees on the front lawn of the church on Sun- day, May 15 at 11 a.m. Bring a lawn chair or blanket, or church chairs will also be available. All are welcome. Bethlehem is at 321 Redland Road in Advance. Church Honoring Jamie Grant With Sunday Morning Service The Rev. Dr. Jamie Grant will celebrate his 20th pastoral anniversary at New Patterson Grove Faigh Church in East Bend on Sunday, May 15 at 10 a.m. Visitors are welcome. Farmington UMC Hosting Breakfast On Saturday Farmington United Methodist Church, 1939 Farminc- ton Road, Mocksville, will host ™ '*••' ' The menu will include pork tenderloin, sausage and ausage gravy, eggs, grits, stewed apples, biscuits, break- _ast casserole, coffee and orange juice. Donations will help support Family Promise. Mainville AME Zion Honoring Pastor the Rev. Sylvia Y. Perry Mainville AME Zion Chureh will host a "Pastor Appre- ciation Service" for the Rev. Sylvia Y. Perry on Sunday, May 15, nt 3 p.m. The speaker will be Pastor Rodney Bark- er of Refuge Community Church, along with his choir and congregation. Visitors are welcome to the program sponsored by the Steward and Stewardess Board. Piney Grove To Hold Special Services Saturday, Sunday Piney Grove AME Zion Church, 145 Guilford Road, Harmony, will hold a pastor appreciation service on Satur- day and a Friends & Family Day on Sunday. Saturday's service celebrating the pastor, the Rev. Dar- ian Potts, begins at 5 p.m. with a gospel music program featuring Keith Holland and Friends-n-Christ, Messengers for Chirst and Echoes for Christ. Sunday's service will feature the Rev. Ervin Hannah of Erwin Temple CME Church in Woodleaf. Lunch will be served at 1:30. Family & Friends Day Sunday At New Bethel Baptist Church New Bethel Baptist Church, 3727 US 6O1 S., Mocks- ville, will celebrate the annual Family & Friends Day at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 15. Visitors are welcome. St. John AME Zion Celebrating Anniversary St. John AME Zion Church, 145 Campbell Road. Mocksville, will celebrate the 119th anniversary of the church on Sunday, May 15. The Rev. Carolyn D. Bratton, pastor of Moore's Chapel AME Zion Church, will preach at the 3 p.m. service. Din- ner is at 1:30. The Rev. Tamica L. Robinson is the host pastor. New Jerusalem Honoring Pasor Nettye Ijames-Barber New Jerusalem Apostolic Church, 291 Campbell Road, Mocksville, will celebrate the 16th pastor anniversary for Nettye Ijames-Barber on Friday and Sunday. Friday's service begins at 7:30 p.m.. Sunday's at 3 p.m. Guest speakers will include Apostle Sylvester Gillcspie of Tabernacle of Joy Ministries in Mooresville on Friday; and on Sunday, Bishop Ricky Hayes of the Redemption Center Church in Elkin at 11 a.m. and Apostle Bishop Derek Kelly of New Faith Full Gospel Fellowship Center in Lexington at 3:30 p.m. Dinner will be served following the morning Saturday, May 14 from 7-10a.m. utility breakfast on Center Methodist Monthly Breakfast This Saturday Center United Methodist Church, US 64 West at God- bey Road, Mocksville, will host a breakfast from 6-10 a.m. Saturday, May 14. The menu will include country ham, sausage, eggs, grits, gravies, biscuits, apples and beverages. Proceeds benefit Janice Stokes to assist with medical bills. Fulton Methodist To Host Poor Man's Supper Tuesday Fulton United Methodist Church, 3689 NC 801 S., Advance, will host a poor man's supper from 4-6 p.m on Tuesday, May 17. The menu includes pintos, stewed potatoes, chicken and dumplings, baked apples, slaw, combrcad, homemade des- serts and drinks. Donations will be accepted, with a portion going to missions. It will be the last supper until the fall. Cornafzer-Dulin VFD's Semi-Annual BREAKFAST Saturday, May 21st, 2016 6:30-10:00 A.M. 1522 Cornatzer Road Ham. Sausage. Bacon. Eggs. Gravy. Grits, and Biscuits Eat in = Donations only • Take Outs Available 'S FINE JEWELRV Gifts for Grads! 50% Off Watches 25O3 Lewisville-Clemmons Rd., Clemmons Beside Lowes Foods DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD.Thursday, May 12.2016 - C3 These Davie students earned "Oscars," or scholarships, from funds at the Davie Community Foundation. Foundation Awards 'Oscars'To Students The stars of the eve- ing Memorial Scholarship - ning were brightly shining David Neat. April 26 as Davie Commu- • Communily Scholar- nity Foundation awarded 83 ship - Caroline Davis, Aus- scholnrships to 53 students tin Lowery, Jack Robinson, Hannah Shuskey, Michael :niors Walker. »unty - Crenshaw Family Scholarship - Jana Yount. • CW & Barbara Allen Scholarship - Emma Ettcr. • Davie Counly Crosby Scholarship - Grace Cain, John Howard, Kasey Potts, Davie County Educa- tion Scholarship - Nicolas Gonnella. Davie County Train- :lassof2016. High scho from across Davie C gathered with their fami- at the Brock Performing $107,000 of scholarships were awarded. Hosts were Jane Simp- Logan Pry: son, foundation president and CEO, and George Webb, foundation chair. They introduced board members, who described ing School — Central D the scholarships. Each pre- High School Reunion - sentation ended with the Ken Tatum, Angel WU- nouncing "the Scholarship • Davie High Class of Oscar goes to..." bringing 1959 Scholarship - Jordan about surprise and excite- Butcher, men! as names were read • Davie High Class of and trophies presented. 1959 Scholarship - Casey "The Oscar theme is a Snyder. tradition now," said Webb. - Davie High Class of "The students love it and 1959 Scholarship - E our donors enjoyed the op- Stiller. portunity to talk with the • Davie High Class of high school recipients of 1962 Scholarship - Madi- their named scholarships. It son Kitchene. has turned out to be a great • Davie High Class of way to honor our young 1963 Scholarship-Su people and gi opportunity to meet and thank the donors." This was the most com- petitive group of stude Bivin: • Davie High Class of 1974 Scholarship - Forrest Barber. • Davie High Class of applying, as scholarship 1976 Scholarship - Kaitlin nittces selected from Fletcher. 144 applicants, Simpson i Springer Schol- aid. Now in its 28th year, arship Trust - Seth Little, the Davie Community • Dianne and Allen Foundation has awarded Snipes Family Scholarship more than $630,000 in - Maria Stillson. scholarship dollars to resi- • Grady McClamrock Sr. dents of Davie County. Scholarship - Jana Yount. Sixty-two endowed schol- » Hanes Smith Scholar- arships are administered by ship - Emily Stiller, the foundation, with nine • Helen C. Gantt Memo- first-time scholarships being rial Scholarship - Hannah awarded this year. Melton. In addition to the high • Helen Page Crenshaw school recipients awarded Scholarship - Jana Yount. at the Oscars, 18 college • Hillsdale Real Estate students received awards. Group Scholarship - Molly Scholarships have a variety Hartness. of criteria and focuses set • Huston "Jim" Fryi by the donors who establish thei The foundati Board Youth Grantmakers welcomed guests. Vickie Frye Scholarship - Samuel Harvey. SURF • Jackie Lee Nichols Me- morial Scholarship - Kasey Ports. • James and Esther Wall about existing scholarship Scholarship - Jaylcc Miller. Harvey. Foundation President Jane Simpson (right) with Oscar winners and SURF youth grantmakers. • Jim Bremer Memo- rial Scholarship - Shodeah Kelly. • JimTutterow Memorial Scholarship - Molly Han- ness. • Joe Phillips Memo- rial Scholarship - Elisabeth Beauchamp. • Louise Stroud/Jessie Stroud Hinklc Music Schol- arship - Wyatt Roby. • MAUL MARK Eagle Scout Scholarship - James • Marvin Lester Williams Scholarship - Andrew Whi- tesell. • Mary Wilson Stone Rodwell Scholarship -Han- nah Shuskey. • Miller Building and Remodeling Scholarship - • Mocksville Masonic Lodge 134 Scholarship - Austin King. • North Davie Ruri- Bivins, Austin Childress, Lindsey Custer, Jaylee Miller, Casey Snyder. • Odcll and Dorothy Wil- liams Scholarship - Samuel endowments or about estab- lishing new ones, visit www. davitfoundation j>rg or con- tact Simpson at 336-753- Le- lia N. Essie Scholarship - Summer Bivcns, Sam- uel Harvey, Destiny Lee, 6903;jsimpson®daviefoun- Emily Stiller. dation.org. • James tiling Scholar- Scholarships awarded to ship-Zachary Oxcndine. - James McGuire Schol- - James McGuire Schol- arship - Troy Hunter Mc- Danlel. - James McGuire Schol- arship - Wyatt Roby. Phyllis Potter Leader- ship in Education Scholar- ship - Molly Hartness. • Richard and Elaine Wil- liams Scholarship - Samuel Dr. Joel and Beth Edwards present an Oscar. Harvey. • Rosa and James Clyde Cook Sr. Memorial Scholar- ship - Shelby Reich. • Rotary Club of Mocks- ville Scholarship - Katclyn Hernandez. Jack Ratledge. Nick Simmons, Allison Staley. Caleb Wallace. • Roy and Ruth Eldridge Scholarship - Emma Etter. Gabriel Gonnella, Emily O'Connor. Andrew White- sell, Alexis Williams. • Ruby Morris Markland Memorial Scholarship - William Clontz. • Samuel P. Hall Memo- rial Scholarship - Kaitlin Fletcher. • Spurgeon Goss Memo- rial Scholarship - Austin King. • Tom Cowden Memo- rial Scholarship - Shodeah Kelly. • Web and Virginia Laird Scholarship - Kasey Potts. • White-Martin Scholar- ship - Peyton Jones, Madi- son Kitchene, Brittani Mo- hat, Emmalee Smart, Casey Snyder. Abigail Vogler. high school recipii • Angie Slabach Memo- rial Scholarship - Gabriel Gonnella. • Bobby and Bemice Knight Scholarship - Han- nah Sprinkle. • CJ. Mullens Scholar- ship - Shodeah Kelly. » Christian Shane Flem- Jerry Lynn Berrier Scholarship - Maria Still-GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH Come & Worsliip rritfi Us! PASTOR KEVIN HOBSON Sunday School 10am Sunday Worship 11am Sunday Night 7pm Wednesday Night 7pm the Blood, the Bee*. and Sif Blessed Hope! Accepting NEW PATIENTS We offer the following for established patients: * Newborn Care • Preventcrtive Care (caff for details about prevenlattve services! • Children's Sick Visits • Immunizations * Medical Nutrition Counselor HeaithChoice, Wtedicaid. OgnaUnited Healthcare. Medcost, BCBS * Interpreters available Davie County Health Department 210 Hospital Street * MocksvOe, NC 27028 * 3 C4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday, May 12,2016 Cruise In Monday Evening In Mocksville Piedmont CARS will hold the May cruise-in May 16 at 5:30 p.m. in Downtown Mocks- ville. This event is the make-up cruise-in due to the storms last Monday. Piedmont CARS will only hold one cruise-in per month on the first Monday. Rain dates are the third Mon- day. Visit beginning at 5:30 p.m. for lots of really neat cars, fellowship, music, 50/50 drawings and door prizes, plus enjoy the downtown restaurants and shops. For more information, call 336-492-6053. The 1958 Ford pictured at right belongs to David and Donna Steelman. Learning About. Daniel Boone And More At Festival Hundreds of folks came to Davie County on Saturday for the annual Daniel Boone Fam- ily Festival. Above, Mark Hager gives tour visitors some history at Joppa Cemetery, the grave site of Daniel's parents. At right, Har- old Frank tells the visitors about his release from being a prisoner of war in World War II (It was also VE Day). Below, Byron Smith tells Betty Wood about Thrive products. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 12, 2OI6 - C5 SHOP LOCAL! SHOP DAVIE! Spending your money in Davie County has many advantages... • Creating & saving local jobs • Increased local tax revenues • Better customer service • Support for community & schools • Strengthens the local economy Look locally when making your next purchase. For more information on local businesses look through each issue of the Davie County Enterprise Recordorvisitwww.daviechamber.com. 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" Support our community by looking for local Davie County businesses first when purchasing goods or services, Call 751-2129 for details on advertising YOUR Davie County Business on this page! KEEP IT IN THE COUNTY C6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 12. 2016 Sheffield-Calahaln Fire Department Open House This Saturday Bonnie Gunter and Annie Belle Ingram are rec- ognized at Ijames Baptist Mother's Day service. By Brcnda Baitey Sheffield-Calahaln Correspondent Birthday wishes go to those celebrating this week: J.W. Kcaton on May 12; Ste- phen Keller. Tammy Keller and Emily Ijames Brown on May 13; Bryan Swain, Amber Thutt and Katy Al- exander on May 14; Benja- min Reeves and Marie Roth on May 16; Tim Goforth on May 17; and Jackson Pow- ell, Isaac Marshall Swisher and Helen Williams on May 18. Congratulations to the following couples celebrat- ing an anniversary: Gary and Alisa Allen on May 14; Dennis and Yvonne Ijames on May 15; and Stephen and Christine Keller on May 17. If you would like an anni- versary or birthday posted in this section, please do not siiate to rail c ail r JoAnnah Pierce and son Zeke enjoy a twirl around the dance floor. The Tutterow family cel- ebrated June Tutterow's 90lh birthday Saturday. Jane's birthday is May 12. She enjoyed a cookout hosted by Mike and Pa- and Marshn Tutterow and the grandchildren. David Baity wns recovering from surgery and was unable lo attend. Her cake resembled a jar reading "Having a Ball since 1926." Cupcake flow- ers were flowing from the jar. Jane has enjoyed life lo the fullest by making many friends over the years. Noth- ing pleases her more than to spend lime with family and friends. Something she looks forward to every week is attending Ijames Baptist Church with her husband Milton, 91. Jane also wants to thank everyone for the cards and well-wishes since her fall several weeks ago. Jane Tutterow is honored for her birthday. She will be 90 on May 12. 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Mocksville, NC 336-751-1989 Mon-Fri 6:30am - 3:30pm Stilting t/ou. fht. TOuti,6S She is improving nicely. Everyone in the community sends their love and best wishes on her 90th birthday. My thanks to Sharon Tut- terow McDaniel and Pam Branham for the article and photo. There was a large atten- dance at the Harmony High School Alumni meeting on Saturday. The oldest gradu- ate attending was Baincs Morris, who graduated in 1932 and is 100. The Class of 1966, which planned this year's event, had the larg- est number in attendance. A meal of fried riickea. roast beef, scalloped pota- toes, pintos, rolls, dessert and beverage was served. Donald Stroud welcomed everyone and presided over the business meeting. After the meeting, entertainment was provided by Kenny Lee Robinson, aka Combread Can you identify this man? Look next week for the answer. CONSTRUCTION INCLUDED IN PRICING: Freight To ate (100 Mil© Radius StalesvlllQ, NCI. Concrete Footers Per Plan, Spilt Block Foundation Per Pion, One Day done Service. Professional Sel On Foundation. HVAC System Heat Pump Sized To Home, Plumbing & Elec tile Hook Dps To vniw.lstBhoicestatesvUle.com the Comic. Special guests were Bob and Betty Stone. Everyone who attended re- ceived a booklet titled "Har- mony Alumni 1916- 1966, From Construction to Con- solidation Covering a Pe- riod of 51 Years, 50 Grad- uating Classes." Thanks to everyone for their hard work and for all those who attended. The next meeting will be the Saturday before Mother's Day in 2017. The Sheffield-Calahaln VFD will host its 40th an- niversary open house Sat- urday from 3-8 p.m. There Viill be activities -fur kids of all ages, as well as mu- sic and door prizes. Free hotdogs will be served from 6-7 p.m. Everyone is invited to this milestone celebra- tion. There is a photo of a young man. Can you iden- tify him? Be sure to read next week's column for the answer. If you have a photo you would like to share, please forward to me. Game Night at the Shef- ficld-Calahaln Community Center and Recreation Area will be held Friday, May 20. Doors open at 6 for conces- sions and bingo begins at 7. There are cakewalks, a 50/50 drawing and a chance at a grand prize. Hope you can join us for a night of family fun. Woody Powers and Mid- nite Express will perform Friday at BJ's, and Cran- berry Creek Bluegrass will perform on Saturday. This family-oriented music hall is located at 114 Turkeyfoot Road. Doors open at 6 p.m. and music is from 7-9:30. Sweet Hollow will appear on May 20, Stan Bobbin Band on May 21, Sons of the South on May 27, and Gaining Ground on May 28. For more information, con- tact Billy at 336-829-1195 or Lynn at 336-679-2274. The next Hotdog Satur- day at New Union UMC will be held May 28. New Union's Kids Night is held each Wednesday evening from 6:30-8, open to children ages pre-K-12th grade. The last Kid's Night will be May 25 before sum- mer vacation. Ijames Baptist Church celebrated Mother's Day with a special service and recognition. Bonnie Gunter :ived a fern for having the most family members present. A total of 10 of her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren joined her. Annie Belle Ingram re- ceived a fem for being the oldest mother present at 92. She had several mem- bers of her family present. Congratulations 10 both. Mv Pfaase See S-C - Page C7 Advance Mothers Recognized At Church Service By Edith Zimmerman Advance Correspondent Mother's Day was ob- served Sunday at Advance United Methodist Church with mothers being pre- sented with gifts from the church. Pastor David Smith (who married Mandy Fos- ter, one of our hometown girls) had charge of the worship service during the absence of the pastor, the Rev. Patrick Snow, who was away attending the college graduation of his daughter. A beautiful flower ar- rangement on the altar was in memory of the late Alvin and Hazel Hartman who would have celebrated their 92nd birthdays on April 24 and May 1. The flowers were given by children Del- ilah and Grady Posey. The daughters of June and Richard Smithdcal honored their mother June with special visits during the weekend. Lynn Smith- deal of Winston-Salem at- tended church Sunday with her mother, June, and later treated her to lunch. Beth S. Bryant and husband Au- brey Bryant of Lexington, S.C.visitcd and so did Bren- da S. Proctor and husband Kim Proctor of Lcwisville. Dale Myers of Siloam, and a long distance truck driver, visited his mother Annalec Myers on Mother's Day. S-G-..-. - Continued From Page C6 for Jesus will be collect- thanks to Pam Branham for cd the last week of every The Explicit Gospel Adult Bible Study at Ijames Baptist will be held at 5:45 each Sunday evening. list will begin a Kingdom Builders Ministry breakfast on S; 21 at 8 a.m. in the fell ship hall. Any man ini ested may join for breakfast. Saturday, May 21 Ijames Baptist's "Team a.m.-l pjn. There Kid" ministry is held each car show, old tractors, ven- A1I children, ages 3 years and food: If you would like through fifth grade are wel- to reserve a vendor space at come. The Youth of Ijames the cost of S10 for a 10x10 Baptist meet each Sunday spot, call 336-909-8480. evening at 5:45 for recre- The department is at 3401 US 601 N. Bring the family and enjoy food and fun. Barefoot Believers will perform Saturday at The Fireman's National Ap- precaton Day was observed Wednesday, May 4. Ad- vance Methodist honored firefighters with a dinner. My husband Bill Zimmer- man was among the men of the community who or- ganized the first Advance Fire Department. I was the recipient of a delicious plat- ter of food and favors of miniature "Dalmatian Dog" and a small red bucket of chocolate kisses with fire' piece of candy. Thank you Janie Hendrix brought me a delicious breakfast on Mother's Day. Two large flower arrangements were stemmed yellow roses from phone calls and cards from family, grandchildren and friends. My visitors dur- ing the day were Cammie mers. Karen Byrum, and Jim Jones (bringing church news). Get well wishes continue to go out for Melany Shoaf. We wish Mary Nell Jones a speedy recovery from an arm injury. Janninc Vogler Roberts is hospitalized re- many broken body parts. Also, get well wishes to The Reeves family rc- mion will be Saturday, June 1 at the Sheffield-Calahaln Community Center at 4 Mill be served at 5 p.m. The center is at 174 Turkeyfoot iurday. May Road. Everyone is invited. The William R. Davie VFD Spring Fling will be from 10 •••ill be a ation and Bible Youth 6-12th grade are in- vited to participate. Ijames Youth will host i graduation celebration foi the Class of 2016 at the Deli. The Fox luntain Entertainers will shelter on Saturday, May perform May 21. 21 at 5:30 p.m. This will be Wiley Stanford and the a dinner and fundraiser in Deep Roots Band will per- memory of classmate, Tom form Friday, May 20 at the Cowden. Funds raised will Farmington Community go to the Tom Cowden Me- Center. Doors open at 6 mortal Scholarship. p.m. for concessions, and Youth meetings at Lib- music begins at 7. Admis- ' -s $6.erty Wesleyan Church are held each Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. The Praise Team practice is at 6:30 p.m. each Wednesday and prayer at 7. lion Prayer requests continue for Madeline Lapish, J.W. Keaton.MelvinAllred.Tom Cloer, G.H. Ooforth. Bryan Swain, Jean Rcavis, Bonnie Liberty Wesleyan's three Gunter. Lori Dyson, Villard :w " outreach ministries Beck, Bertie Stout, Sherri Dyson, Johnny Naylor, Dot Keller, Elizabeth Foster, Rick Swisher, Pat Moore. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD.Thursday, May 12. 2016 - C7 Stay focused on what's important. Get Real life insurance. Davie County Farm Bureau Two locations to serve you - JQ9O Formlnatafi Rd. ^'-. InexttothaFav hope to make as much im- pact as possible in the com- munities and teach young people how to get out and Perry Gartner, Jimmy Bai- share their talents. They ley, John Henry Reeves. are: We Care Meals, which Todd Olson, Randy Davis. meet once a month, the Edward Gaither, Deborah Hope Harvest Project and Nichols, Sylvia Ratlcdge the Outside Ministry. Pas- Williams, Joyce Beck, Well- tor Harold Buroby and the man Beck, Hazel Smoot, Liberty congregation hope Charles and Greta England. to make a difference in peo- pies' lives. Worship services at Co Wanda Hale. Joe Chaffin. John Wallace. Elaine Beau- champ, Lester Edwards. munity Covenant Church Ruby Bailey, Peggy Wat- are each Sunday at 10:45 son. Gerald Messick and a.m. and 6 pjn- A small Ronald Richardson. group Bible Study is held Submit items to brfbai- cach Wednesday from 7-8 ley@msnj:om or call 751- pjn. Everyone is invited. 7567 no later than 2 pjn. on Donations for A Storehouse Sunday. www.ourdavie.com FAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY DR. RIVERS' DENTAL TIP OF THE WEEK "Use a soft bristle toothbrush. They are very effective at removing plaque and are more gentle on your gums." Andrew-.!. Rivers DMD 11B Hospital St - Mocksville.NC 27028 336-751-6289 "Serving Children & Adults" ACCEPTING MOST MAJOR INSURANCES Riversfamilydentistry.com ISay, What, you did not •Buy your Boots from Pjacobs ,Western.. Store? JACOB'S WESTERN STORE 555 Parks Rd. "i Woodleaf, NC 704-278-4973 Tues.-Fri. 1O-6; Sat. 6-4 Closed Sun. and VrX Store The Season's Bounty in an Upright or Chest from Daniel Furniture You're Retired. Your Money Isn't. 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C8 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 12,2016 County Line Thinking About Mothers In The Community By Shirley Thome County Line Correspondent The Society Baptist soft- ball team will play a game at 7 p.m. today (Thursday) at Rich Park in Mocksville. The team invites others to support their team. The Baptist Men of Soci- ety will meet at 7 a.m. Sat- urday, May 14 in the fellow- ship hall. The men invite others in the community for breakfast and prayer. They will discuss upcoming proj- ects. Piney Grove AME Zion Church will celebrate "Pas- tor Appreciation" at 5 p.m. Saturday. Special guests in- clude musicians "Keith Hol- land and Friends in Christ." "Echos for Christ," and "Messengers for Christ." Everyone is invited. The Stroud-Marlow fam- ily reunion will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday, May 15 at Rock Springs Baptist Church. All relatives and friends are invited. Piney Grove AME Zion Church will celebrate "Friends and Family Day" at 3 p.m. Sunday. Featured speaker will be Pastor Ervin Hannah of Erwin Temple CME Church of Woodleaf. His church choir will pi ent gospel music. Everyone is invited. The Clarksbury Seniors are going to Shatley Springs Willipearl Rumple McDaniel and daughters Hazel and Doris; 1914-1964; and with husband Wilburn. for a Dutch-treat breakfast ' Eva Campbell - 1925 to present, Tuesday, May 17, and invite other seniors in our com- country ham and sausage mons of Davie. Join us in munity. Anyone wishing to breakfast sponsored by the prayer for the Lord's divine go should be at the church V-Point Ruritans from 6 - 10 healing and blessings upon before 8:30 a.m. a.m. Saturday, June 4, at the these resideni The Society Women on V-Point Building; and Soci- Missions, Young at Heart, ety Baptist Church vacation and Baptist Men will take a Bible school June 12-15. Ruth Stroud Jones, 1909-2004; and with her son, Archie. who arc day trip to the Shelby Mis- sion Camp in western North Carolina Tuesday, May 17. The Baptist Men will build en will work at an assisted- living facility. Anyone will- ing to help should be at the church before 7:30 a.m; Remember the seven- week Bible study, "The Armor of God" by Priscilla Shirer. which began Thurs- day of last week at Satem United Methodist Church. Everyone is welcome to join the study as it meets at 10:30 a.m. on Thursdays. Upcoming community events include a country ham and sausage breakfast sponsored by the Salem United Methodist'Men from 6-10 a.m. Saturday. May 21 in the fellowship hall; Cher- okee mission trip dinner fundraiser sponsored by the Clarksbury United Method- ist Youth at noon Sunday, May 22; bluegrass gospel singing at 6 p.m. Sunday, May 22, at Society Baptist Church; church-wide picnic hosted by Society Baptist Church Sunday, May 29; Our community extends its deepest sympathy to the family of Christine Tucker Gartner, who died last Sat- urday at Davis Regional Medical Center after declin- ing health. She was bom in Ircdell County in 1931 to the late E.E. and Amanda Tucker of US 64 West just east of Rex Beaver's Cash Store. She attended Abilene Church of Christ with her family and graduated from Cool Spring High School. In 1952 she married D.R. Gartner Sr., of County Line. The couple settled on Road between Old Mocks- ville Road and Rimrock Road and operated a dairy farm. A service celebrating her life was held yesterday (Wednesday) morning at East Broad Street Church of Christ in Statesville, and she was laid to rest in Iredell Memorial Gardens beside her husband, who died in 1996. Renny Hohon is in rehab at Autumn Care of States- ville. David Steele remains in rehab at Bermuda Com- lems. Pray for the Lord's comfort and strength upon the family of Christine as they adjust to life without her. Mother's Day Tribute Our mothers are ter- rific and deserve the best of everything. They have nurtured and guided us as we have matured, and they have sacrificed much for our well-being and success in life. Our local churches paid tribute to those mothers in attendance with tokens of appreciation. Some recog- nized the oldest and young- est in attendance with gifts. The Salem United Method- ist Men treated their ladies to breakfast and serenaded them with a rendition of "Precious Memories." The oldest mother in attendance in local churches was 95- ed ch year old Mary Gaithcr of They Clarksbury United Method- child; Eva's love for her children is being returned as they make sure she is comfortable and cared for at home today. Born Oct. 7, 1914. to the late A.C. and Lavada Law- son Rumple; Willipearl Rumple was reared in rural Rowan County near Cleve- land and graduated from Cool Spring High School. At the same time Wilburn ;he had lots of McDaniel, son of Jessie i child. She at- and Delia McDaniel, was growing up on Ridge Road at Foster Road. In Novem- ber 1934 the two tied the knot and settled on the Mc- Daniel family farm, where they reared daughters Hazel and Doris. The couple both worked for Erwin Mills in Willipearl was multi- talented in crafts ing family clothes, quilt- ing, canning, gardening, etc. She even found time to sell Avon and visit with customers and friends. In April 1964, our community ers, Eva Campbell Camp- bell, and remembering two mothers of the past, the late Willipearl Rumple McDan- iel and Ruth Stroud Jones. Eva Mac Campbell was born in Iredell County March 11, 1925 to the late Harvey and Lula Mae Campbell of the Rocky Creek .community of Ire- dell County. Being one of 10 child] playmate tended Rocky Creek AME Zion Church with her fami- ly and attended grade school at Rocky Creek. As a teenager, Eva met young Ernest "Chink" Campbell, whose family lived next to Piney Grove AME Zion Church on Fox Hunter Road off NC 901. It became a love that last- id through sorrow and joy or 71 years of successful narried life until his death Vlarch 24 of this year. The couple made their home on his family farm and attend- ed church at Piney Grove, iared their seven but experienced singer. As a young lady in her 20s-, she found- the -love of her life - Davie native J.C.Jones. The couple were married Jan. 1,1932. Ruth and J.C. first made their home in the old Kappa post office on Ridge Road, where son Archie was born. The family bought the near- by Starren farm as the fami- ly added four more children. Mocksville, where they First Baptist Church and later Blaise Baptist. Around I960 Ruth and J.C. built a new home on US 601 North. until her children were grown; she then worked as a nurse assistant at Davie County Hospital for many •- ye; She ren to her Co' ;u'ned dedicated great heartbreak as they had This year we again pay to bury two of their chil- ibule to and treasure all of dren. 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A Hospital in Winston-Salem. service celebrating her life One week later on April 16, further shock came as Wil- lipcarl dicd. A service cel- ebrating her life was held at Salem United Methodist 1 Church, where she was a I faithful member and played J the piano. She was laid to rest in the church cemetery. Henry and Laura Marlow Stroud had 12 children, in- cluding daughter Ruth born in 1909. The family lived on NC 901 near Clarksbury and attended Pleasant View Baptist Church. Ruth was an active member and gifted GRAND OPENING Consider the Lilies ,' Hanging Baskets, Perennials. Annuals, Vegetables, Herbs, Doyiilies 704-278-1436 was held at Davie Funeral Home and she was laid to rest beside her husband in the cemetery of Jericho Church of Christ. enjoyed this flashback of these three County Line mothers. Many thanks are given to their families for photos. We love and treasure all of our mothers, both past and present. They are irre- placeable and remembered Obituaries DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday. May 12,2016 - C9 ston-Salcm ^"J? I£*e MC,Lnllar? V*ke Connie Stoots Mann Marian Elizabeth Barrett 'Betsy' Rosemann M ? ™^TC I£cLelland Lukc* 58- dicd °n Monday, Connie Stoots Mann, 62. died at her home in Mocks- Marian Elizabeth "Betsy" Barrett Rosemann. 55, died -* „.' at C B' Revnolds Hospice Home in Win- ville Sunday, May 1,2016. following a period of declining Monday, May 2, 2O16 health. •• born in Rowan County A native of Beckley, W.Va., on Feb. 15, 1958, the daughter she was born Nov. 29. 1953. | of Zelma Stanley McLelland the daughter of the late Gradin Stoots and the late Mae Keith Stoots. She was a homemakcr. her husband of 46 years, James K. Mann of ; 2 daughters, Lois Frazier and Judy Church (Rob- ert) of Lexington; 2 brothers, Stoots (Margaret) of Mocksville and the late Paul Thomas McLelland. She the widow of the late Bobby Luke. She attended schools Woodleaf and Mecklenburg County. She had attended the Church of Christ and maker. In addition to her mother, and Donald Stoots (Carrie) survivors include: a son, Jimmy Beckley; a sister, Patricia Cole- Thomas Russell of Mocksville; man of Mount Hope. W.Va.; a daughter, Tonya Luke Tay- and 4 grandchildren, Rebecca lor of Salisbury; a son-in-law, Phillips. Brian Frazier, Robert ch.Richard Taylor of Salisbury; 7 grandchildren, Matthew. Church II, and Kayla Chu Leigh-Ann, Tori-Jean, Chad, Maria, Austin, and Daniel;She , Kay-Leigh, by 7 brothers and a sister, 'lebration of life M and 7 great-grandchildren. Shy-Ann, Ni Joseph, Charish. Honor, and Si The family received friends Wednesday. May 4 at Davie Funeral Service Chapel. A celebration of life service was :onducted at the funeral chapel at 2 p.m.Thursday. May 5, officiated by Jimmy Stone and Tommy Graham. Burial fol- lowed in Rowan Memorial Park in Salisbury. Pallbearers were Tom Bo Stanley, Matthew Russell, Daniel Hender- son, Austin Taylor, Richard Taylor and Joseph Reid. Condolences: \\w\vdaviefiincralservice.com. Audrey M. WHson Audrey M.Wilson of Statesville died on May 4,2016 at Carolina Medical Center in Charlotte. She was bom Sept. 13. 1961, to the late Mary S. and Benjamin F. Wilson. She grad- lated from Davie County High I School in 1979, and was em- | ployed by Plastiflex Corp. for 11 years. She was forced to retire in September 2015 due to health | issues. Although she didn't have children of her own, she was lumental in the care of her | nieces and nephews, who toved her. She never met a stranger, and was able to bring joy and medic ability. Survivors: 4 brothers, David "Treetop" Peck of Statesville, Ronald E. Wilson of Winsion-Salem, Terence (Tonja) Wil- son of Statesville, and Bryant (Johnsie) Wilson of Coolee- mce; 2 sisters, Dora W. Hearn and Ameila F. Wilson, both of Statesville; 2 aunts, 2 uncles, and a host of nieces, ncph- Hcr funeral service was held Sunday, May S at 4 p jn. at Graham Funeral Home. The Rev. Rodney Barker officiat- ed and the'Rev. Tyrone Redmon delivered the eulogy. The family received friends one hour before the service at the funeral home. Condolences: \vww.GrahamFuneralHomejiet. James Harvey 'Jim* Baity James "Jim" Harvey Baity, 72, of Mooresville, died on Friday, May 6, 2016 at Gordon Hospice House in States- ville. He was bom on July 4,1943 in Davie County to the late I Roby and Annie Hutchins Ba- 1 ity. He was retired from Coun- | try Corner Marine Center. He volunteer firefighter. Survivors: I fisherman, and loved being on other relative.1 | the water, where he was a fish- ing guide on Lake Norman. He was also preceded in I death by a son, Rodney Brad- I ford Baity; and brother, Roby Lee Baity. Survivors: his wife of 51 ears, Dorothy Rogers Baity; | children, Sharon Baity Robert- , James Harvey Baity Jr.; irs, Mary Kathryn Baity, Nellie Baity Prim; brother, Jei preceded in death rial s rvice in the Cape Fear Valley Hospital in Fayetteville on March 9, 1961. she was the daughter of Elizabeth Hunley Barrett and the late Donald Wallace I Barrett. She grew up in Laurinburg, I and lived in Raleigh and Apex pri- I or to moving to Goldsboro in 1991. She graduated from Scotland High School in 1979 and attended Wofford | College. She married Everett Edw Rosemann in 1986 and he preceded I her in death in August of 2014. She was the director of travel and tour- ism for the City of Goldsboro and | worked to advance the travi tourism industry in Goldsboro and Wayne County. Her smile lit up any room and she was an outgoing, friendly and charismatic person who cared deeply for her family, friends and co-workers. She was a member of the Associ- ations of Eastern North Carolina, N.C. Civil War Tourism Council, the Goldsborough Bridge Battlefield Association, iducted N.C. Coast Host, N.C. Sports Association, N.C. Festivals Inurnment was in Salisbury National Cemetery. Condolences: \v\ vwMaviefttn era Iservice. com, it 3 p.m. Saturday, May 7 at the First Baptist Church of and Events, and the N.C. Travel Industry Association. 'ille officiated by the Rev. Shane Nixon. The family A service to celebrate her life was held Friday, May 8. :d friends at the church one hour prior to the service, at the Goldsboro Event Center, 1501 S. Slocumb St.. with the Rev. Nancy Willard officiating. The family received friends Thursday night at the Goldsboro Event Center. A private burial \ rinburg. In addition to her mother, survivors include: 2 daugh- ters, Emily Bryte Rosemann Davis and her husband Danny Davis and Amanda Joyce Rosemann; 2 brothers, Jim Bar- rett and his wife Sharon Tracey Barrett and Dan Barrett and Alexandrca Camille Cnampney Miss Alexandrea Camille Champney, 24, of N. Hidden- brooke Drive, Advance, died Sunday, May 7,2016. Miss Champney was bom Nov. 19. 1991, in Forsyth County. She was preceded in death by her paternal grandfather, Richard Champney; and her maternal grandfather, Roy Potts. s held in the Hillcrcst Cemetery in Lau- his ife, Kathleen Anderson Barrett of Da r 3 nieces and a nephew. She had a great love for animals. A Survivors: her father. Arthur Thomas Champney (Terri flocked to her for love a Forrest); her mother, Camilla Potts Leonard (Jordan), all ie County; and ls of every kind s that, i of flowers, this reason, the family als be made to the Hu- of Advance; paternal grandmother. Arlene"Omie" Champ- mane Society of Wayne County at PO Box 821 .Goldsboro, ney; maternal grandmother. Gay e Hoots; stepgrandmother, 27533. Dianne Potts; a brother, Cassidy Thomas Champney; a Condolences: wwwshumate-faulk*:Condolences: i T. Tiffany Elyse Smith; a niece, Jaden Elyse Smith; mis and uncles; and best friend, Chrystina Ebony Sharnelle Ijames Ebony Sharnelle Ijames of High Point died at Wake Forest Medical Center in Win- ston-Salem following a car wreck. "She "was "bom on Nov. 4, 1988, daughter of Ange- la Ijames and Richard Lew- is Fortune Sr. She graduated I from Southwest Guilford High I School and Guilford Technical I imunity College. She took | internet courses in buil technology at South Uim ty. She was last employed with Essentra Filters as a machine operator. In addition to her parents, she is survived by: i Raines. A memorial service was to be conducted at 6 p. Wednesday, May 1 1 at Advance United Methodist Chu with Pastor Ryan Showalter officiating. The family was receive* friends from 4-6 pan. Wednesday, at UievhBrch. Memorials: charity of donor's choice. Condolences: H-HIV xatonfitneralservicejcom. Johnnie and Ann Steele McKee A double graveside service for Johnnie and Ann Steele McKee of Baltimore. Md., was held at Mt. Nebo Baptist C ei cry on Mon- day, May 9 at 3 p.m. Mr. McK- ee died April Robert Z. Woody; the father who 1O. 2014, and a brother, Don El-ai ised her, Charles ter, Wannetta Charlese; s Mrs. McKee lings, Richard Lewis Jr., Danielle Lashay and Morel Don- died April 17, tae; grandmother. Pastor Nettyc I. Barber; godparents, Mr. 2016. and Mrs. Carl Smith; nieces and nephews, Ayanah Renee, They were Angela Denise, Mya Unique, Antwan Seth, Josiah Lamar, natives of Ka'den Charles, Terrionna McKenzie, Brendan Lamar, Iredell Coun- Jacqueline Elmina, Ny'jaeya Skyler, and Miracle Shanelle; ty .and their a host of aunts and uncles, relatives and friends, ums were in- Her funeral service was held on Monday, May 9 at noon terred together. The Rev. Ray Campbell officiated. at New Jerusalem Apostolic Church in Mocksville. Apostle daughter, Christine McKee of Baltimore; Derek D. Kelly officiated and Pastor Nertye I. Barber de- livered the eulogy. Burial followed in the church cemetery. Condolences: w\v\v.GrahamFuneralHomejiet.Condolences:w.GrahamFuneralHo ry Harding Baity; 9 grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchil- dren. The family received friends on Monday, May 9 from 3-4:30 p.m. with a service following at 5 p.m. in-Cook Funeral Home Chapel. 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Closed Sunday 701278-2028 Hardware Furniture Decor Fine Arts Pottery Jewelry Handbags Shoes UPCOMING PAINT PARTIES BY SWEET DIGS AND DOODLES 1ST PARTY WILL BE MAY 19TH Accepting patio furniture, living room furniture, bedroom sets, tools and hardware for consignment New Store Hours: 1 Oam till 6 pm AAon. - Sat., Closed Sun. 814 S. MAIN ST., MOCKSVILLE, NC 27028 - 336-94O-8253 CIO - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 12,2016 Children take advantage of face painting at last year's KidsFest, Saturdays event will be inside the Brock Gym and on the Masonic Picnic Grounds off North Main Street in Mocksville. KidsFest 2016 Free Event For The Family Saturday In Mocksville Students DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 12,2016 - DI • Austin Shaver, Brittany Wooten and Emily Lipnicki paint scenery for Thursday and Friday productions of The Lion King Jr. at South Davie Middle. "KidsFest: Fun for the gym will feature an inter- Whole Family" will be active activity for all chil- held on Saturday, May 14 dren. from .10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Smart Start will give Brock Gym and Masonic away t-shirts, while sup- Picnic Grounds. plies last, to young chil- This free community dren attending the event at event is co-sponsored by the Smart Start table inside Smart Start of Davie and the gym. the Mocksville-Davie All events at KidsFest Parks flnd_ Recreation De- are free, but registration is partment. KidsFest will required. Save time in line occur rain or shine. Atten- by visiting the Smart Start dance was over*800'last" website to pre-register 'at year and similar attendance www.daviesmartstart.org. is expected this year. Food will be available for This-event will offer a purchase. .host of interactive activi- "Smart Start of Davie ties geared towards chil- County would like to thank . dren and families. all of the organizations Some of the featured that work together with us events include: an in- and the Mocksville-Davie flatable obstacle course. Parks and Recreation De- bounce house, fire truck partment to make this event and smoke house, bun- possible," Taylor said. "We nies, a magic show and are fortunate to have the balloonist, Zumba, obsta- support of the Davie Coun- cle course, combined all ty community." county elementary school Call Smart Start at 336- chorus, Lowe's Build and 751-2113 or visit www.da- Grow, face painting, and viesmartslart.org. more. The Davie YMCA will offer several activities for children and new to Kids- Fest this year is a smoothie bike provided by Davie YMCA. Riding the bike powers an attached blender to make smoothies. The new featured Par- ent/Child session is Kid- power, hosted by Davie Domestic Violence. This parent session will shore skills for lifelong safety and success. Also new this year is the Senior Center Boogie Bri- gade dancers. The North Carolina Rail Yard Buddies will set up an O-gauge display of model . trains. There will.be many rep- resentatives from commu- nity non-profits and service agencies hosting crafts, games and providing infor- mation to parents on family resources and child care. "At this year's KidsFest, we are really encourag-. ing families to be interac- tive and learn about the resources available in the community," said Gena Taylor, Smart Stan execu- tive director. "We want to encourage parents to be in- volved with their kids and thi«t event shows families just how much fun that can be. We want to encourage families to visit with,the lo- cal agencies to learn more about the programs and services that are available to them in Davie County." Each vendor inside the Sculpted balloons are just one of the features children can enjoy at KidsFest. KidsFest May 14, 2O16 Smiirt Start of Davie County ft: 10:00-10:10 10:15-10:30 10:35-10:50 10:45-11:15 10:55-11:00 11:00-11:30 11:55-12:25 12:30-12:40 1:00-1:20 1:30-2:00 . Welcome & Announcements Youth Training Zumba KldPower Announcements Davie Combined Chorus Magic Show Announcements Boogie Brigade Announcement / Thanks! Main Stage Main Stage Main Stage Inside Main Stage Main Stage Main Stage Main Stage Main Stage Mam Stage - ...... • _ Smart Start / DJ Luke -YMCA KrystaGary Davie Domestic Violence DJ, The Mobile Jukebox Davie County Elementary Schools Ryan Short DJ, The Mobile Jukebox Davie Senior Center Smart Start *Balloon Sculpting at various locations by Ryan Short throughout the day" 00:00-2:00 10:00-2:00 10:00-2:00 . 00:00-2:00 00:00-2:00 10:00-2:00 00:00-2:00 10:00-2:00 rur-co-z^o Entertainments/Crafis/Games Bounce Houses Trains Lowes Build and Grow Bunnies Fire Truck & Smoke House Face Painting Italian Ice (for sale will portion of proceeds pninn to SSDO Chicken Sandwiches, chips, & drinks (for "1- will portion of proceeds going lo SSDC Inside/Outside Outside Inside Outside Outside Outside Outside Outside Outside Vendors Smart Start NC Rail Yard Buddies Lowes Mike Garner Mocksville & Center Fire DeDartments. YMCA Sunset Slush PDQ Lion King Jr. At South Simba, Nala, Rafiki, Mufa; and the other Lie their friends has be Saturday practices have bee . ..-HI perform The Lion King joyable, said Michael Werbeck, Jr. for the public May 12 and 13 olderSimba, at 7 p.m. on South Davie's stage Ingrid Cadena Toi The Disney plot follows young liked interpreting "The Circle of Simba's journey fi Life" song. vous cub to mature King of the Thought Pridelands. Simba's transfoi tion is the result of his about the most diffi- lt aspect of getting ready varied. wfound Cadena Torres said it courage and loyalty to his friends. i"E at homewithout other actors. Natives, and homeland. Austin Ol~ This year's eighth grade musi- said it w: 1 theatre students said producing Carley Gi older Simba, the show has bee "I have had the most fun learn- learning how to say the Afri 'ords'. Rylea Carter, cheetah, said ing cho raphy and when " it i ; gettir all the masks and made hilarious mistakes," said Morgan Edwards, lioness. Many students agreed that singing and dancing on stage with costumes ready. Alexis Riddle, gazelle, said it was learning all the dance choreography. According to the cast, their camaraderie has been awesome and they have encouraged each other. Although Lucas Lane, Scar, said getting courage was diffi- cult, Claire Smith, Rafiki, said Ka|herine Reeves helps Keenan Boswell finish a mask.she would give an award to Lane for trying his best and doing new things. ForTiffani Lengerich, lioness, being able to perform in her favor- ite Disney movie is special. Lach- lan Jennings, older Nala; Ashley Hicks, hyena; and Maggie McK- nighi, bird, noted that although the movie and musical are similar, some songs in the musical differ. Costumes were created by some characters and their moms. Lauren Rieth's high school arts class also pitched in to help. Thursday night is opening night. Kayla Roscoe, Timon, said she hopes the community will turn out because it is going to be a great show. "I want to give a special thanks to Mrs. Reeves and Mrs. Mosko, our directors, for all of their hard work because if it wasn't for them, this musical wouldn't be happen- ing," said Yosari Rodriguez, Sara- Keenan Musafa. plays The box office will open i ___ _^_ 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $8 for adults s } Nicholson, Michael Werbeck and Kayla Roscoe rehearse lines. and $5 for students 17 and under. - - The lionesses practice their choreography while older Nala, played by Lachlan Jennings, delivers lines. W - DAVTE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 12.2016 Davie Schools Cooleemee Elementary First grade students en- joyed field trips and are ready jo finish die year strong. In math, they are continuing a study of 3-Di- niensional shapes. They are learning the attributes of each shape and experiment- ing to see if they can roll, stack, or slide. Students will soon begin learning to parti- tion 2-Dimenstonal shapes into equal parts. In reading, first graders are using (ext features to identify information in non- fiction books. Children are using the table of contents, headings, captions, glos- saries, to help understand texts and locate key details. Second grade students are reading the text that explains why rules are im- portant. In the reading/ writing workshop book, the text "Visiting the Past" tells about one family's visit to Philadelphia and what this family learns about how America developed rules. In math, students finished a unit on fractions. They are learning how to write frac- merators and denominators ofafraction. They will start reviewing all the concepts learned this year. Some of time, double and triple digit addition and subtraction with regrouping, and prob- lem solving. During social studies, students are awaiting the ar- rival'of butterflies. They are learning all kinds of facts about life cycles as they observe the changes in the caterpillars. Third grade is continu- ing a study of area and pe- rimeter using composite shapes and decomposing to solve. They will use real world problems and hands- with. For example, students about as long as the distance your middle knuckle. Cornatzcr Elementary First graders are finish- ing Chapters 9 and 10 in My Math focusing on 2-di- mensional shapes and equal shares. Students learned to compare shapes, make com- posite shapes and how to di- vide into halves and fourths. New vocabulary words in- cluded vertex, face, prism, cylinder, cube and cone. In writing, students learned about the types of poetry and have written Haiku, Acrostic, 'Limer- ick and Diamond poems. They learned about differ- ent styles of writing which included opinion pieces, informative text and nar- ratives where they recall a scries of events. The "180 Days Around the World" unit has con- with visits the continents of Africa and North America. In Africa, students made zebras and giraffes and practiced the concept of symmetry with creating African Masks. They completed a map Letter-Writing Pen Pals In this technological age of emails, tweets, texts and blogs, Cornatzer Elementary first graders have been working on the old-time skill of writing letters. Their pen pals are resi- dents of Autumn Care in Salisbury. The activities director, Kim Crowley, sent monthly news- letters to students in Ms. Boger and Ms. Long's class and the first graders responded with their own letters. Last week the letter writers were excited to finally see each other first hand as the Autumn Care residents made a trip to meet their first grade pen pals. Everyone enjoyed putting names to faces. The students sang a song and read poems they had writ- ten. Then the residents taught students how to play bingo. Many students remarked that they played bingo with their own grandparents. "Hugs and tender moments were shared. It has been a wonderful experience for all," teacher Ms. Boger said. Afrii ith nativ ininials. afo-A visit to North An toms of Mexico along with a celebration of "Cinco de Mayo." The last Meld trip this year was to Dan Nicholas Park. Students had fun on the train and carousel rides and visited the wildlife ad- venture and reptile house. The most popular attractii ; gerr ning. Using ; on i :tivjtie > le;I these concepts. Students enjoyed the book fair and buying books to read over the summer. The Family Literacy Night provided students with an opportunity to practice vo- cabulary skills to make them- better readers while having fun with the pirate -• theme. Fourth graders learned about metric and custom- ary measurement. Students on Team Hatteras made a booklet and anchor charts to help them remember the dents are able to better un- by relating them to every- day objects they are familiar strainer and running wa- ter, students sifted through dirt to find rocks including quartzes.They will use their bag of rocks to participate in many rock-related activities The end-of-year celebra- tion is on Friday, June 3 at 11:30 with all first grades singing in the media center. Parents can have lunch with their child followed by a classroom awards program before going outside for fun "Luau" centers. Cougars of the Week: Austin Durst, Olivia Jones, Gage Taylor, Kyndall Glass, Cody Melton, Haley Wan- dizilak, Davien McKenzie, Youness Brahim, Abi Ber- nardino and Hadley Perry. Mocksville Elementary Students of the Week; Scarlett Brock. Imani Bea- sley, Emma Cottrell, Tay- lee Hegggs, Hamza Heikal, Marion, Shayla Debique, Lance Jones and McKenzye Parker. Cooleemee Elementary Citizens of the Month for showing self-discipline, from left - Makayla Rice, Luke Curtiss, Brooklyn Morgan, Jessica Martinez, Lilly Jones, Lellany Saldivar-Rodriguez, Peyton Mattingly, Dan- iel Holland, Kate Fontaine, Trey Dlngman; back - Malayka Rankin, Griffin Ferrell, Michael Powers, Noah Morgan, Jonathan Rueda Romero, Johana Olea Velez, Sydney Phelps, Cheyenne Barnette, Melissa Mejia- Carrillo, Emma Wolfe. Cooleemee Elementary Citizens of the Month for showing self-discipline, from left - Christian Col- lins, Breeanna Smith, Natalie James, Zevaeh Sifford; middle - Jorge Pano, Anthony Burke, Ken- neth Wheeler, Mary Ann Asbury, Christian Morales, Juzayden Robinson, Cloey Crotts, Evan Lacey; back - Austin Imes, Blake McCrary, Nadia Taylor, Joyah Abrams Hall, Xavier Starnes, Yair Mena- Carachure. Julia Howard Please contact me in: MOCKSVILLE: (336) 751-8567 RALEIGH: (919) 733-5904 302 Legislative Office BSdg. 300 N. Salisbury St. Raleigh, NC 27603-5925 EmaS:juBah@ndeg.net Look for us on Facebook at Davie Elementary SMILE students, from left: William R. Davie Elementary SMILE st 3er Dvson. Gane> RohhinR Knrd Ouesinherrv front- Evan Cooeland Gnleman Triv/fatti Think You're Smart? cu Every week in the Enterprise Record DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday. May 12. 2016 - D3 Davie High Jr. Civitans Earn Awards with awards from the 30 District Junior C convention in Shelby. Sue Clark, club ac won the District Advisor of Davie High Junior Ci- her leadership qualities ev- itan members came away cry day to us. She is there April for us and we can count her tion. We couldn't have a visor, better advisor!" The club also won see- the Year Award. Clark has ond place for District Club served as advisor for the of the Year. Winners will club for the past two years. now compete at the Inlcrna- Club members wrote tional level. the following as part of the Rising senior, Joshua "As advbjor°of the club WesUuniorCivlian District Award winners, from left: Rleft to right - Drew Hall, Emily Stiller, Keri Tatum, Renee Marshall, Valeria Mrs. Clark has always Governor. This will be his Buyunciuc, Joshua Spaugh. Lauren Coats and advisor Sue Clark, possessed the qualities of second term, leadership mple for us to follow. She urges us to participate in projects and fundraisers, expects us to take responsi- bility, net accordingly and to do our best. "She takes the initiative to make sure that the meet- ing agendas are printed out for us and on the board. She completes all school re- quired paperwork. "Mrs. Clark took the initiative to set up our Re- mind 101 and makes sure our events are tcxtcd to us nounccmcnts. Throughout our meetings and events, our club advisor always takes the initiative to pro- vide what is needed. For "He has worked ex- tremely hard this year in his club as well as attend- ing area meetings, senior district meetings and con- ventions and communicat- Civitan clubs," said Lena Reinsvold of the sponsoring Mocksville Civitan Club. "Josh raised over S3.OOO for center in Birmingham by participating in Sno-Do." Rising Junior Rcncc Marshall was elected NC West District Junior Civitan Public Relations Coordina- tor. She will be able to attend Thon to raise funds for the ter. She has been dedicated to the Davie High Junior Ci- vitan club and will serve as co-president next year. Claire Funderburk was appointed as Area 5 West lieutenant governor. She has been active in the club and very rig of the events such as the teacher appreciation breakfast is a time where Mrs. Clark pro- vides breakfast items out of her own generosity. Another example would be the fact that she is always there to participated in nearly take the initiative to provide project. club to our club sponsored J evests and aft»r meetings-.- y "When we need to pur- c chase items from the club t; account, like fruit for the p teacher breakfast, Mrs. F Clark will take the initiative to personally go and pur- chase items with our school card. She does this on her own time. participating in rs. Clark takes the ini- ings, fundraisei On April 27, Davie High ior Civitan Club held its year-end party and awards ceremony. The Junior Civi- tan of the Year Award was presented to: Lauren Coats, Rcnec Marshall. Emily Stiller and Joshua Spaugh. their leadership skills by heading up several projects. helping those arc truly desei award. The president's award was presented to Steve Rob- ertson, Emily Stiller and Keri Tatum. They served as co-presidents. Each member has worked hard this year to lead the club and achieve 28 completed projects in the Drew Hall received the Rookie of the Year Award. He has been a dedicated member by participated in all club meetings and proj- Craig Culberson - NC west Junior Civitan Chair, and Josh Spaugh - NC ects. Drew win serve as vo- West Junior Civitan Governor - present an award to advisor Sue Clark, vice president next year. Valeria Buyunciuc re- ceived the Distinguished Service Award. As a first year member and interna- tional exchange student, she has participated in club meetings, projects and has been involved in the corn- Lauren Coats and Em- ily Stiller arc recipients of the International Shropshire mpaig national Shropshire Schol- arship is given to 16 Junior year- Each applicant must be an active Junior Civi- mended by their sponsoring senior Civitan club. Lauren Coats and Emily Stiller have been awarded the Mocksville Civitan child) said. mas and St. Patrick's Day; The club participated in participated in WintefTest; the following projects: open held a Christmas Party; house recruitment; officer hosted an event for Big Brothers/Big Sisters; No Text and Dri grandpai awareness project - cleaned weeds and mulched for the Advance Post Office; District Can-Do manned booths ft Boone festival; and held aiT c'nd-ol-year party' :eremony, (- Render tiative to help members any way she can. She sho "Getting Air" Across 1 Itsy-bitsy bits 6 Poet Khayyam 10 Furrowed part of the head 14 Immature insects 15 Beehive, e.g. 16 Bart Simpson sister 17 Hobo 18 New Mexico resort 19 Roundish 20 Utterly squashed 23 Come across as 24 Italian numero 25 Angeles 26 Hotshot 29 Bygone Russian leader 31 Beast of burden 33 Cup at a frat party 35 Blast furnace input 37 Claw 41 Cry to a DJ, perhaps 44 Display 45 Rani's wear 46 out (manages) 47 Pound sound 49 Dust jacket bits 51 Tonsillitis M.D. 52 Abate 55 The Halos. on sports tickers 57 Reuniongoer 59 Tendency to raise academic scores over time 64 Soprano Ponselle 65 Talking iPhone feature 66 Express 68 Get to work on Time? 69 Completely TO Hantty modern 71 River to the North Sea 72 Label ;cts. They have been hard and dcdi< and proj- "The dedication of this Crossword Puzzle :nt; officer the 4 Oaks Festival; canned food for the Food for His Flock food drives; two fun- draisers; handmade blan- Davie County, appreciation and Easter cards for dis- abled veterans; purchased socks, gloves and hats for the -'homeless; purchased four chemo packages for Cancer Services; purchased "The club has achieved gifts for needy for Christ- Honor Club status from Ci- ger Fighters; S5O to Sno-Do past 13 years. These future for the Research Center in' leaders have qualified for Birmingham. Ala.; visited Honor Club of Distinction. ing socks, candy canes and year and members are ea- cards to each resident; rang ger to help their community Delaney Rudolph, Danielle the bell for Salvation Army; and school. Members have Sanderson, Cassie Shires. decorated the exceptional added five new projects in , the community. We are very proud of their participation and dedication." Officers are: co-pres- idents, Steve Robertson, Kcri Tatum and Emily Still- er, co-vice presidents. Josh Spaugh and Renee Mar- shall; o ind Lauren Coats; treasurers, Riley Ball and Drew Hall; PR coordina- tors, Makenna Boswell and Caitlin Peebles; directors, Kaitlin Fletcher. Hannah Ruble and Hannah Shuskcy; historian. Matthew Harding. Members are: Leslie Al- varado, Mazen Bahgat. Mi- randa Bailey, Faith Bokeno, Armissa Bowles, Sarah Bracken. Valeria Buyun- ciuc, Salem Gartner, Grade Clark. Jake Crosby, Bethany ind*"D'av7s. Maria Diaz, Molly Engstrom. Natalie Folsom. Clair Funderburk. Shelby Oordy. Jaci Gracen, Nyasha Hall. Haley Holbrook, Ma- son Home. Madison Meade, L-era Mitchell. Jessica Na- vorro. McKenna Oakes, Rafael Palacios. Aubriana Peebles. Zack Rominger, Brooke Smith. Kacie Smith, Rachel Smith, Sydney Smith. Jill Sialey. Carolyn Trotter. Alyssa West, Blake Williams. Hannah Williams andAvery Williford. The Davie High Junior Civitan Club is a student ran ries, Emily p young people Sudoku 7 4 1 5 4 3 2 8 9 4 6 8 2 7 5 2 9 6 8 2 6 1 3 5 8 1 3 8 Solution On Page D5 73 Eat away at Down 1 Prone 2 Gang's domain 3 October birthsti A boy 5 Beethoven flat 6 Tricks 7 Film rating 8 Take as one's 9 Beads for the prayerful 10 Voting group 11 Play against 12 Expo TO site <rkli irg. 13 Dylan Thomas': 21 Fable writer 22 "Peachyl" 26 Nile slitherers 27 Masterstroke 28 Ticklish one 30 Kind of center 32 Moolah 34 Grand Ole 36 Broadcast in installments 38 Gospel writer 39 Doomsayer's sign 40 Catbird seat? 42 Serviceable 43 Kind of concerto 48 Pal. in slang Answers On Page D5 50 Put in stitches 52 Wading bird 53 Adrien of "The Pianist" 54 Place to wash up 56 "West Side Story" girt 58 High hat 60 Go out with 61 Word on a gift tag 62 Chemistry Nobelist Hahn 63 Dork 67 Sushi ingredient ,, May 14th lOaiti 5155 Sullivantown Rd., Walkertown Personal Property to be sold 1927 Rxd T Mode( Tudor p*us exJra parts - Nissan Wagon & Eiora Wheels - Blacksmith AnvOs & Toots -12 Guns < Roger. LC Smith. RemingJCfX Hopkins Aflen. fthaca.Wknetiester eic.) - Lots of RJR Tobacco terns - Glassware — Record Alburns including Large Cofectun o( Bvis - Poaery - Oak Hal Tree - Spinning Wheel - Rare Saddte Bench - Rare W.O.W. ABminum Axe - AI kinds ot Aroque Toots - Pocket V&Oches - Broad Axss. Too h*jch to List LEINBACII AUCTION & REALTY, BIG WWWiAuctionZip.COm (enter ID = 5969) D4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 12,2016 Dateline Fundraisers Friday, May 13 Hamburger, Bnke Sale, Coalecmec VFW, NC 801, 10 a.m.-l p.m. Proceeds to First Baptist Youih mission trip. Last hamburger sale until Sep- tember. Saturday, May 14 Mocks Methodist breakfast, 6:30-10 a.m.. Mocks Church/ Benuchnmp roads. Advance. Community Yard Sale, Ad- vance First Baptist. 1938 NC 801 S-, 7 a.m.-2 p.m. To sell, contact Debbie Jones at 336- 998-6302. Community breakfast, Farmlnglon Methodist, 1939 Farmington Rd., Mocksvillc, 7-10 a.m. Pork tenderloin, sausage, gravy, eggs, grits, stewed apples, biscuits, break- fast casserole, coffee, OJ. Do- Country ham and sausage breakfast. Center Meth- odist, 6-10 a.m. Also eggs, grits, gravies, biscuits, apples, beverages. Proceeds to Janice Stokes for medical bills. Tuesday, May 17 Poor Man's Supper, Fulton Methodist, 3689 NC 8O| S.. accepted with a portion going to missions. Last supper until fall. Friday, May 20 Game Night, Sheffield Cala- 174 Turkeyfoot Rd.. Mocks- ville. Doors open at 6 with concessions, games including bingo begin at 7. Saturday, May 28 Hotdog Saturday, New Union Methodist, Shef- field-County Line roads, Mocksville, 11 a.m.-2 pjn. Bake sale. Reunions Sunday, May 15 57th Annual Howard Family Reunion, 1 p.m., Bethlehem United Methodist Family Life Center, Rcdland Road, Ad- vance. 336-998-8934. Religion May 13,15 16th Pastoral Anniversa- ry celebration for Nettye Ijames-Barbor.New Jerusalem Apostolic, 291 Campbell Rd., Mocksville. 7:30p.m.May 13. 3:30 p.m. May 15. Saturday, May 14 Women's Day,Clement Grove Church of God,7th Day,noon. Speaker: Prophetess Diuiiin Smith. Lunch to follow. 159 Parker Rd., Mocksville. Pastor appreciation for the Rev. Darian Potts of Piney Grove AME Zion. 145 Guil- ford Rd., Harmony, 5 p.m. Holland and Friends-n-Christ, Messengers for Christ, Echoes for Christ. Sunday, May 15 Annual Day, Shiloh Baptist, Depot St., Mocksville, 3 p.m.. with Dr. Beverly Smith of Bev- erly Smith Ministries.Charlotte. Celebrate Pentecost with outdoor worship, Bethlehem Methodist. 11 o.m.,321 Rcdland Road, Advance. 11 y th anniversary of St. John AME Zion, 145 Campbell Rd.. Mocksville. 3 p.m., with the Rev. Carolyn D.Bratton.pastor of Moore's Chapel AME Zion. Dinner at 1:30. New Bethel Baptist Family & Friends Day, 3 p.m.. 3727 US 601 S-, Mocksville. Plncy Grove AME Zion Friends & Family Day, 3p.m., with the Rev. Ervin Hannah of Erwin Temple CME. Dinner at 1:30. Sunday, May 22 Homecoming, Chinquapin Grove Missionary Baptist, 11 a.m. with the Rev. Garry Melton of Boxwood Missionary Baptist of Mocksville, and 3 p.m. with the Rev. Artis Campbell of Greater Mt.Mpriah Missionary Baptist in Mocksville. Lunch at 1:30. Elbaville Methodist sanctuary 60th anniversary celebration. Light breakfast at 9 a.m., Sun- day School at 10, and worship at 11 with former pastor, the Re v.Tony Jordan. Music byThc Dunnits and Risen Son Quartet. 2595 NC 801 S.,Advancc.336- 998-6812. Mauivlllc AME Zion pastor appreciation service for the Rev. Sylvia Y. Perry, 3 p.m., with Pastor Rodney Barker of Refuge Community Church. Ongoing Free clothes, Edgcwood Bap- tist Clothes Closet, last Satur- womcns, mcns. Toys and other items. NC 801 just outside Kid's Night Out, New Union Methodist, Wednesdays, 6:30- 8,kindcrgartcn-12th grade. Free coffee and doughnuts, every Wednesday,? p.m..Con- cord Methodist .Cherry Hill Rd. at NC 801, Mocksville. Bible Study of Revelation, Mock Place Community Cen- ter, Mocksville, Thursdays at Simply Moms prayer and book study group for moms of all ages with kids of all ages, second Fridays,9:30-11:30ajn. during school year, Cornerstone Christian Church.NC 801. Free childcare. 998-06OO. Weekly Prayer Service, First UMC.N. Main St., Downtown, Thursdays,noon-1 p.m.insanc- luary. Not a structured service, quiet time to pray and meditate. Preschool,ai Macedonia Mora- vian Church,9a.m. til 12noon. Optional lunch bunch 1 p.m. Ages 12 months - 5 yrs. Call 998-6492. GricfShare Recovery & Sup- port Group,at HillsdalcUMC, 5018US158,Advance.Second 4 pjn. For info: 998^1020. Kids for Christ, at Liberty UMC. 141 Liberty Circle. Mocksville, each Wed. 3-5:30 p.m. For kindcrgartcn-5th grade. No cost, just a time for play, snacks, Bible stories, & music. Info: 940-7246. N. Main St., Mocksville. Saturday, June 4 Motorcycle poker run for Milling Manor. Registration 9:30. kick stands up at 10:30. $15 single, S25 double. DJ Tina Crews. Elvis, Patsy Cline impersonators, mmipokerrun® yahooUam. Beach NTan,953 S. Salisbury St., Mocksville. Public Shred Day ,9 a.m.-noon, St. Francis of Assisi, 862 Yad- kinvillc Road. Mocksville. 55 donation per tax deductible per large paper grocery bag. Ongoing Free corTcc/dontits for veter- ans and military, 8-10:30 a.m. every second Tuesday, Deep Creek Community Center,2120 BrawleyRd.,Yadkinville,spon- sored by Courtney Ruritan Club. Spay-Neuter Clinic,2nd Wed. of each month by the Humane Society of Davie County, af- fordablespay-neutersurgcryfor cats and dogs. Call 751-5214 to make reservation and for details. Free Advanced Healthcare Planning Workshops, 2nd Tues.ofeach month, 1 &4p.m., EMS Building.Mocksville. For info: 336-768-6157 cxl. 1622. Footloose Friends,every Tucs., 7-9 p.m. (first time dancers should arrive 6:30). Cost 54 each night, open to couples or singles. Call Link413-5204 or 972-2659. Federal Benefits for Vote runs, DAY Chapter #75 bldg., 1958 US 601 S.,every third Sat., 12-4 p.m. For info: 336-407-5662. Free Monthly Diabetes/Blood Pressure/Cholesterol Screen- Ings, last Fri. of each month in 20O9 at WalMart, 9 a.m. til 12 noon. Sponsored by Davie Lion's Club. Visit Coolccmcc's Mill Village Museum, 14 Church St., Wcd.- Sat. 10 a.m. til 4 p.m. Tours also available by appt. Call 284-6040. Storytlmes, at Davie Co. Li- Davie Beekeepers Associa lion, second Thurs. of ever month, 7 p.m., 412 N. Mai Sireet(FirstBapt.Church).Vis info: www.daviebeekccpcrs.or DC Networks, 7:45-9 ond 'ith- :k Bakery, Valley Rd., Mocksville. Networking/ referrals grouphoslcd by Davie County Chambcrof Commerce. For info: 336-751-3304. DC Networks, 4th Tucs. each month. LaCaretta, Bermuda Run, 11:45 a.m.-l p.m. Net- working/referrals group hosted by Davie Chamber of Com- merce. Info: 751-3304. Davlc Quitters Guild, 3rd Mon. of each month, for info: 492-2000. Triumph Parenting Classes, Wednesdays. 10:30 a.m., call forinfo: 751-5636. HumaneSoclety ofDavlc Co., monthly meetings 2nd Tucs. of every month, at Humane Soci- ety Adoption Ccntcr.291 Eaton Rd. Call 751-5214 for info. Family & FriendsofUie Men- tally 111 Support Group, 2nd and 4th Tues. of each month. 6 p.m., Hillsdale Bnpi. Church, . Call 751-5441 for Ladics Auxiliary, 4th Tucs., 7:30 p.m., post home. Feed Mill Road. Davie County Right To Life. 7 p.m., 3rd Thursday, grand jury room,courthouse, 751 -5235 or 492-5723. Coolccmcc Memorial VFW Post 1119, 2nd Sat., 10 a.m., VFW Hall.N.C. 801. Corinthian Lodge No. I7F&AM. 2nd, 4th Fridays. 7:30 p.m. at the lodge. Mocksvillc Lodge No. 134,1 st Tuesday.7:30 p.m. at the lodge. Coolecmcc Civitan's Club Meeting, 1st and 3rd Mon.each month,7p.m.,Civjtnn Property, 801 North, Coolcemce. Davie Co. Multiple Sclerosis Support Group, 2nd Mon. hospital, Bermuda Run. For info: 336-972-6673. Special Events Meetings You are always welcome at First United Methodist Church 310 North Main Street Historic Downtown Mocksville Contemporary Worship 8:45 a.m. Traditional Worship 1055 a.m. Sunday School for all ages 9:50 a.m. Weekly Prayer Service-Thurs. Noon-1:00 p.m. www.firstuincniocksviHe.org Telephone: 751-2503 Mi, William R. Davie Volunteer Fire DepL Saturday, May 21 • 10 am-5 pm at lha station, 34Q1 USHwy.601 N. • Mocksvllla. NO Wam-4pm: See JOEnoe/UtO'S No. 22 Shell Peimzoil Fort! Fun for the entire family including: All Sorts of Vendors • Antiquo Tractors • Classic Gars Silent Auction- and Everts for Kith Visit our Facebook pago lor more Into. Vendors call 336«&B480 for info. May 12-13 The Lion King Jr., South Da- vlc Tiger Players, 7 p.m. in Iheairc. $8. $5. 336-751-5941. May 12-14 Thoroughly Modem Millie production by Davie High Musical Theatre, 7 p.m. May May 14, Brock Performing Ans Center. N. Main St., Mocksville. SIS advance, $20 at door. sno\ve©ciavieJtl2. Saturday, May 21 Color Downtown untlmed 5K fun run with color, 3 p.m., Rich Park, Mocksville,benefit- ting Davie Domestic Violence Services & Rape Crisis Center. Register at aclive.com. Rockin' for Ron fundraiser for Kirk Scholarship, music, food aau more, 3-7 p.m., 4 Oaks Event Center, Downtown Mocksvilie. DC Wallbangcrs. Dying Breed, Capn Dar. cap- niiar@cs.com. May 23-24 North Davlc Kth grade mu- sical, "James and the Giant Peach. Jr." Friday, May 27 Davie High Choral Fcst with vocal ensemble and Choral Beginning classes, 7 p.m.. Brock Performing Arts Center, Tuesday, May 17 Davie County Courthouse renovation meeting,5:30 p.m., at the courthouse. Ongoing Davic/Mocksvillc AA. closed non-smoking meeting, at First Bapt. Church, 39O N. Main St. (across from Davie Library). Thursdays, 7 p.m. Info: Jan 753-1838. MocksvincGardcnCIub.first Thursday, 7 p.m., Scpt.-June, fellowship hall First Methodist, Church St. Betty Ward, 336- 971-2237. 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 Hangar atSugar Valley. Program for cadets (12-18) and adults. For info: 336-978-4186. DavicCountyPlannlngBoord, 4lh Tues. of each month, 6 p.m. in commissioners chambers, 2nd floor, Davie Administration Bldg., 123 S. Main St. Davie County Board of Ad- justment, 3rd Monday of each crs chambers, 2nd floor, Davie Administration B|dg., 123 S. Main Street. ESTATE REAL ESTATE & PERSONAL PROPERTY AUCTION Saturday, May 14 • 10:00 A.M. Sarah Heath KooaU (Liviag) (Moving to Assisted Living, by I'.O.A.) Da™ Coualy TM Pia: 5M2832485 • 3 Bedrooms, Z.OW- Acres 286 Kennen Krcst Rd, Mocksville, NC 27028 (in Farmington) Fran 1-M. 80! Necth 5 rate to outico lifM in Farasinpco. LEFT .7 rain to Milbn) RdfcflcmSipB! Fran Modnffic & WO olr oh 17-1. ita Rmmapoo Rd 3 6 mild n Milhrd Rd, Fcdow aps. Ttii 7 Reran. Brick Split.Ltvd HOOK Features 3 Bedroom. 2 FuU Haths \Oix Vcrv LarfeX. Living Room. Dinmg Rocm, Family Room wah Fiirptace and BIK± Smvel Kitties-Bislfs: Rocrn. LEQ±TV Rocra. Eidosei H-Cir Gi-ajs. WsU aaJ Srac T*A ( COUKJ Wa» is Available). Hot Pimp a=d Ceneal Ait All tw 2-OJw- Acres. Persons] Property Sells © HMO — Real Estate @ 11:00 HORACE B. YORK, INC. OTAL REAL ESTATE,,, FEATURE PROPERTY 514 S. Mafc Start - Modortb, NC Move in ready home in great location! This cottage home b within walking distance of Downtown ModcvilJeand is located on 1.4 aces of land. Hardwood flows throughout the home. Partial basement and 1 car garage offer plenty of storage space. 534,900 336-751-1223 WWW.T All activities take place HI Bobby H. Knight Senior Ser- vices Building located nt 278 Meroney St..Mocksville unless otherwise noted. 753-G23O. Saturday, May 14 Breakfast, 9:30 a.m.. bring guests. At least one person must be age 55 or older. Garden club, 2nd Monday, May 16Advi Tucs. each month, Hillsdal Bapt.Oiurch.US l58,l:3Dp.m. Mocksville Lion's Club.mcets third Thursday of each month, 7 p.m.. First United Methodist Church, Mocksville. Hlllsdalc Sunrise Rotary Club, every Thurs. at 7 a.m., Bermuda Village. Davie Business Women's Association, 1st Wed. of each Bank,'Valley Bank Branch location. Open to all ladies interested in networking. Davie County Horse Emer- gency Rescue Team,7:30 p.m., downstairs at die 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 Coolccmcc Recreation Asso- ciation, Zachary House, 1st Tuesday,? p.m. Davie High Athletic Boosters, 3rd Monday. 7 p.m., school Farmington Ruritan Club. 2ndThursday, 7:30 p.m., Farm- HELPS Ministries, Christian recovery program for women sexually abused as children. Mondays, 7:30 p.m., 41 conn Square, Room 210. Parents Resource Organi- zation (PRO) support group for families of children with disabilities,2nd Tuesday,? p.m. Call Rosemary Kropfcldcr at 998-3311 for location. Health Dept.. clinic hours: Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Da vie County Board of Social Services, 4lh Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. at DSS. Narcotics Anonymous A gainst ,A11 Odds Group, First Bapt. Church, 390 N. Main Street (upstairs),Thurs.7p.m.,Sun.6 p.m. Drug Problem? Helpline. 336-785-7280. Mocksville Civitnn Club, 7 p.m., 2nd & 4th Mondays, at First Presbyterian Church. Ad vance Memorial Post 8719 Veterans of Foreign Wars and Movie, 1 p.m. Register by May 9. Tuesday, May 17 Senior Lunch. I l:30a.m.,agcs SSand up.Register by May 10. Ongoing Free Advanced Healthcare Planning Workshop, second Tuesday of each month. 1 p.m. Sr. Lunchbo*. M.T.W. 11:30 served daily. Quilting Club, every Monday. 10a.m. SKIPBO, Wednesdays, 1 p.m. Scrapboaking, every 2nd Tuesday, 2 p.m. Free Blood Pressure Checks, the Nutrition Site. Singing Seniors Chorus, Thursdays. 10 a.m. \ Scrabble,! p.m.every Monday. Texas Hold'Em -Thursdays. 1 p.m. | Sr. Book Club, every third Tucs. of the month. 1:30 p.mj Computer Classes - are avail- able, call for information. '• Arthritic Exercise - every othdr Wed. 10:30 a.m. ! Line Dancing Level I, Tucs1- days,Thursdays, 8:45 a.m. ! Line Dancing Level 2. Mon- days. Wednesdays. 9:45 a.m.; Low Impact Aerobics - Tucs. Fitness Equipment Room •- open Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m. til ti p.m. Fridays 8 a.m. til 5 p.m. &. Sat. 9a.m. til I p.m. \ Art,Mondays°a.m.til !2p.m'. Woodcarving, Wed. 9-11 a.ti(. Silver Health, Mon.. Tues:. Wed..8:30 a.m. Yoga, call for dates and ses- sions. Dunce Party Aerobics, 5:30 p.m. on Tucs. & Thurs. Silver Health, Mon.. Wed.. & Fri. lit 8:30 a.m. Report Davie Dateline Items By Noon Monday Items for Davie Dateline should be reported by noon Monday of (he publication week. Call 751-2120 or drop it by the office, at S. Main St. Sheryl Martin's second grade classes ;it Mocksville Elementary put on n biogra- phy wax museum. Stud create timelines and lenrn- Studcnts completed thi project by dressing us th person tlioy researched. Sn dents had to become md tell nil abot rhird gradi reviewed character traits. They read stories and de- cided which traits describe the main charade They also played charade and the class guessed th In math. Students con- cluded ;i unit on measure- ment by working with graphs. They ended the week h> i the L urthoi Come \ Monday (Lunch only): Visit '. Lunch Grande Bumto $459 for OUT Tuesday (all day): DRINK ; Lunch Peluche toiled d**enot steak) $4.99 SPfCUI ^1 '"•»• bWUvt?. . Wednesday fall day); Taw Salad (grartbeda chicken) $3.99 %£So%kEl ' Thursday (all dav): page for Dot hj i QuesacfflaGrande .$659 SP«^^ j Aidojfff^nchony: A tgnt \ iiooM-jBo^ I Saturday jail day!: Kids Day ...$199 Expires May 19. 2Q16 Ste.103 lopping Center DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 12. 2016 - DS Mocksville Elementary third graders use a SmartBoard campfire to cel- ebrate reading achievements. The best part was the s'mores, which Jesus Hernandez and Ariel Ballard enjoy in the photos above. MES Wax Museum Has Variety having a Campfire Read-A- Thon. Students camped by the ciimpfire (on the Smart- Board) and read their fa- vorite books. They enjoyed Fourth grade students ;ire learning about North Caro- for a field trip to Raleigh. branches 3f nt and the jobs of each. e students learned about rights and responsibili- s of being a North Caro- sident. In They are learning about the language arts, the it n do nis are reading Jim rhoq>e's Bright Path and re- main idea and text Lizzy Lyday becomes Jane Goodall as part of Mocksville Elementary's second grade wax mu- Wax museum partictpantsrEthan Stark as John James Audubon; Ava Gary as Rosa Parks; and Tate Gobble as one of The Wright Brothers. Subscribe Today! Only $26.69 Per Year 336-751-2120 Sudoku Solution Crossword Answers 6 1 ' 4 897 253 1 72 9 48 5 3 \~& 7211 369 4|B]5 9 82 4 ' 3 5 6 I 7 1 569 7 ' 1 ' 3 82 4 3,56 1,4.8 2 ' 9 | 7 5,7^3 2 , 6 | 1 940 8:3 4 6 i s"'Y 197 489 7J_2J 5_ 3" 1 6 Don't be Go Unlimited! terfil^. (336) 753-1224 D6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 12. 2O16 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS HAVING QUALIFIED as Ex- ecutor of Ihe Eslale ol GERALD EUGENE WHITTAKER, late ol Davle County, this is lo notify all having claims agalnsl said EE I wrltte i tho indereignod on or beloi 21. 2016. (being three (3) monlhs from the first day of publication of this notice) or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and corpora- tions Indebted to said Estate will lo the undersigned. This the 12th day of April. 2016. TODD WHITTAKER S910 Blalrbeth Street Charlotte. NC 28277 MARTIN & VAN HOY. LLP Attorneys at Law 1O Court Square Mocksvllle. NC 2702B Publish: April 21,28; May 5.12 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Execu- trix of tho Estate of EVELYN C. Village Drive. Bermuda Run. Da- vie County, North Carolina, the North Carolina, this Is to notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to Mr. Harold E. Crews. Execu- tor, c/o George A. Trip" Payne. Esq.. Kasper & Payne. P.A., P.O. Box 687. 3628 Clemmons Road, Clemmons. NC 27012. on or be- fore the 29lh day ol July. 2016. or ol their recovery. All persons In- debted to said estate will please This Ihe 20111 day ol April. 2016. Aitorney George A. "Trip" Payne Kasper & Payne, P.A. P.O. Box BS7 3628 Clemmons Road, Clommons. NC 27012 Publish: April 28; May 5.12,19 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Exoculor for Ihe Estale of i ORFNF N. CRATER, lale of Dayle County, North Carolina, the undersigned does hereby notify all persons. linns, and corpoi i prop- it the of said I perse arpora- a having claims again: them lo Ihe undersigned ol Ihe law olflces ol Hatllold, Mount- castle. Deal, Van Zandl. & Mann. LLP, 2990 Beihesda Place, Suite 605-C. Wlnston-SQlom. NC, 27103, 336/766-1842, on or be- fore the 22nd day of July, 2016. firms or corporations Indebted to the said estate will please make Immediate payment to the under- signed. This the 14lh day ol April. 2016. Elizabeth Brown Jonna. Executrix ol tho Estate ofEvalyn C. Brawn R. Brandt Deal, Esq. Hatfleld, Mountcastle, Deal, Van Zandl & Mann, L.L.P. 2990 Bethesda Place. Suite 605C Winston-Salem, N.c. 27103 Phone: 336/768-1842 Fax: 336/76B-1773 Publish: April 21,28; May 5,12 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS HAVING QUALIFIED as Ad- ministrator, CTA, of the Estate of John Spach Creech, Jr., late of Davlo County, this IB to notify all having claims against sold Estate 10 present written claim to the 21, 2016. (being three [3] months from Ihe llrst day of publication ol this notice] or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and corpora- tions Indebted to said Estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 21st day of April. 2016. Juliana Creech, Administrator, CTA 1802 Oakcrest Ct. Winslon-Salem, NC 27106 Publish: April 21,28; May 5.12 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS HAVING QUALIFIED as Co-Admlnlstralors ol the Estate ol NANCY VIRGINIA RIDDLE MASON, late ol Davle County, this Is to notify all persons, firms agalnsl said Estate to present written claim to the undersigned on or belore July 21. 2016. (being three [3] months from the first day this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All persons, to said Estate will please make Immediate payment lo the under- signed. This the 21st day of April, 2016. Robert Keith Meson, 557 Cornalzer Road Mocksvllle, NC 27028 Co-Administrator 134 Cedar Ridge Rd.. Mocksvllle, NC 27028 Publish: April 21.2(3; May 5,12 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Execu- tor ol the Estate ol EDWARD DUANE LUTES, late ol Davie porations having claims against the undersign! Ingersoll & H Olfice On; hlblt i .1 fhe otfict e will be pleaded in bar of thei rovery All persons indebted ti d Estate decedent to exhibit them to the Executor. John N. Wall, at the ol- llco of T. Dan Womblo. Esq.. P.O. Box .1698, or 3U02-A Clemmons Road'. Clemmong. NC 27012. on or before July 28. 2016 or this no- tice will be pleaded in bar of Ihelr corporations indebted to the said estale will please make Immedi- ate payment to Ihe undersigned. This, the 28th day of April. 2016. John N. Wall, T. Dan Womble, Esq. Attorney for tho Estale PO Box 1698 3802-A Clommons Road Clommons, NC 27012 336-766-6065 Publish: April 28, May 5,12.19 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Public Ad- ministrator of Ihe Estate of Paul M. Sawlckl, Deceased, late of Davle County, North Carolina, Ihls is lo nolily all persons hav- tr\» dejioasod to exhibit Ihem to the undersigned on or before Au- gust 4, 2016, or Ihls Nolice will be pleaded in bar ol Ihelr right to recover against the estate of the debted to said estate will please make Immediate payment. This the 2Blh day ot April, 2016. Bryan C. Thompson Public Administrator of the Estate of Paul M. Sawlckl SURRATT& THOMPSON, PLLC 100 N. Main Street. Suite 2425 Winslon-Salem, NC 27101 (336) 725-8323 Publish: April 28; May 5.12.19 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Adminis- trator of the Estate ol Betty Jo Mock Carllon, deceased, late of Davle County, NC. Ihls is lo notify all persons having claims against the estale to present them, duly verified, to Ihe undersigned Ad- ministrator, c/o Lowe & Williams. PLLC. PO Box 1463, Ml. Airy. NC 2703O. on or befoio August pleaded In bar ot their recovery. All persons Indebted to said os- laie will please make Immediate payment. Date ol Nolice: April 25, 2O16. Sharon H. Lowe, Administrator of tho Estate of Betty Jo Mack Carllon Lowe & Williams. PLLC PO Box 1463 Mt. Airy. NC 27030 (33B) 786-11B1 Publish: April 28: May 5,12,19 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified us Adminis- trator ot the Estate of Norman Larry Cnrllon, deceased, late of Davio Counly. NC. this Is lo notify all persons having claims against verified, to the undersigned Ad- mlnlslralor, c/o Lowe & Williams, PLLC. PO Box 1463, Mt. Airy, NC 27030, on or bolore August 4, 2016 or this nollce will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All persons Indebted to said es- paymenl. Dale of Notice: April 25. 2016 Sharon H. Lowe, Administrator of the Estate Lowe & Williams. PLLC PO Box 1463 Mt. Airy, NC 27D30 (336)766-1181 Publish: April 28; May 5.12,19 Winston-Salem. North Carolina, signed. Truslee Services of Car- and rerecorded/modi fied/eorrecl- 271O4. on or before the 29th day olina, LLC. having been subsli- ed on January 3O. 2OO7 In Book of July. 2O16. or this Notice will luted es Trustee In said Oeed of 698, Page 325. Davie County be pleaded in bar of recovery. All Trust, and the holder of the note Registry. North Carolina. persons indebted to said Estale evidencing said default having Default having been made ol directed that the Deed of Trust be the note thereby secured by the foreclosed, the undersigned Sub- said Deed of Trust and the under- slltuto Trustee will offer for sale at signed, Trustee Services of Car- Ihe courthouse door ol the coun- ollna. LLC, having been substl- ly courthouse where the prop- luled as Trustee In said Deed of erty Is located, or the usual and Trust, and Ihe holder of the note customary location at the county evidencing said defauli having courthouse for conducting the saleonMay16,2O16al1O:OOAM, and will sell to the highest bidder lor cash the following del property sltui ty, North Carolina, to wit: Beginning at an iron In the 336-794-6000 Southwest corner of Richard Al- 33B^9''i-003p Oax) ien (Dead Book 38. Pago 380) is: North 84 degs. ~~ NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Execi lor the Eslale of GEORGE A. degs. CANTER, JR.. (a/k/a George feet Albert Canter, Jr.), lale of Davie County. North Carolina, ihe un- dersigned does hereby notify all having claims against ihe esiale of said decedent to exhibit ihom to sec- We3t 213.O5 feel to the point ~ind place of beginning, conlain- 2.438 will ple This the 20th day of April. 2016. KIMBERLY H. MARSHALL, EXECUTOR, ESTATE OF PATRICIA SARA EHRENGRUBER Timothy J. Ehllnger, Esq. TIMOTHY J. EHLINGER, PLLC 4622 Country Club Road. Suite 260 I. NC 27104 Publish: April 28; May 5.12,19 id that the Deed foreclosed, the unders stltute Trustee will olfei ihe courthouse door o in Davle Coun- ty courthouse where in iron In Ihe customary location at iho counly courihouse for conducting ihe sale on May 16, 2O16 al 10:OOAM, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described mln. 15 sec" West557792"loet to property sliuated In Davle Coun- a point In the right of way of U.S. ly. North Carol1— ' " Highway 158; thence running along said right of way North 32 I mln. 4O sec. East 232.09 . point; thence leaving said •|ghl of way and running South 85 degs. OO mln. East 452.92 feet to an Iron. Southeast corner of W.R. Foster (Deed Book 64, Page 811); South O5 degs. 17 mln. 50 Executor, James Roger Can- tor, at ihe off Ice of T. Dan Womblo. Esq., P.O. BOX 1698. Or 3B02-A Clemmons Road. Clemmons, NC 27012, on or belore August 5, 2016 or this notice will be plead- ed In bar of their recovery. All persons, firms, and corporations indebted to Ihe said estate will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This, tho 5th day of May, 2016. James Roger Canter, Executor of tho Estate T. Dan Womble, Esq. Being all of Lots 4 and 5 of Postal I Development recorded In Plat Book 4. Pago 127, Davle County Registry to which refer- particular description. Save and except any releases, deeds of release or prior convey- ances of record. Said property Is commonly known as 4343 US Highway 601 md Lot 4 adjacent to 4343 surveyed by C. Ray Catos. Reg- US Highway 601 North. Mocka- Istered Surveyor, December 21, vllle City, NC 27028. 1992. See Deed Book 168, Page A cash deposit (no person- 857 for back title. Further doslg- al checks) of live percent (5%) nated as Davie County Tax Map °< <he purchase price, or Seven E-6, Parcel 3O. Hundred Fifty Dollars (S75O.OO), pt any releases, or prior convey- Save and exc deeds of releasi ances of record. Said property Is commonly !£"£ "I ^"NC^T" =7d"u. -nd ,,„,,,<, TH.HD158, MocKavJIle, NO Z70ZB. PARTY PURCHASERS MUST A cash deposit (no pi al checks) of five percent Huridi whichever Is'greater, will be r. quired at the time of the Following the expiration ol statutory upset bid period, a ainlng i Publish: May 5,12,19,26 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Execu- tor for the Estate of BILLY H. STEELMAN. (a/k/a Billy Hoover Steelman). late ol Davle County, North Carolina, tho undersigned does hereby nolity all persons. firms, and corporations having "clai'ms a'galnslTTho esfSte cT*sald decedent to exhibit ihom to ihe Ex ecu lor, Deborah Lynn Sleet- man, al Ihe office of WellsLaw, Attorneys at Law, 360 Knollwood St., Suite 640, Winston-Salem, NC 27103, on or belore August paid land 12. 2010 or this notice will be assessmc whichever is grantor, will bo re- quired at the time of the sale. Following the expiration of tho stalulory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts are imme- diately due and owing. THIRD PARTY PURCHASERS MUST PAY THE EXCISE TAX AND THE RECORDING COSTS FOR THEIR DEED. Said property to be otfi pursuant Is being offered 'AY THE EXCISE TAX THE RECORDING COSTS FOR THEIR DEED. Said property to be offered pursuant to this Notice of Sale Is being offered for sale, transfer and conveyance "AS IS WHERE 15." There are no representa- tions of warranty relating to the tat, health or safety conditions ex- isting In, on. at, or relating to the property being offered for sale. This sale Is made subject to all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any un- of Sale paid land transfer taxes, special ' ' ' • 'id anyivance "AS IS WHERE of way. deeds of i til. inly relating lojhe_ tlons of record. Tolions of „., ._._....„ .-^..-f. tllle or any physical, environmen- tal, health or salety condlllons ex- isting in, on, at, or relating to the property being offered tor sale. This sale Is made subject lo all prior liens, unpaid taxes, any un- ts, easements, rights la of release, and any knowledge and belle! o derslgned, t int c or(s) Henneasey and wife Slegllnde E. Honnonooy. An Order for possession of suant to G.S. 45-21.29 In favor ot Ihe purchaser and against the party or parties In possession jaded In bar ot theii All porsons, firms, and corpora- . - . . lions Indebted to the said estate lions of record. To the best ol the by the clerk of superior coun 01 will please make Immediate pay- knowledge and belief of mo un- tho county In which the property ment to Ihe undersigned derslgned, tho current owner(s) Is sold. Any person who occu- Thls the 12th day ol Mav ol thB Pr°PartV is/are All Lawful pies Ihe property pursuant to a 2016 Helra of Randall C.Hanea. rental agreement entered inlo \n Order for possession of °r renewed on or after October property may be Issued pur- 1> 2007, may. after .nt lo G.S. 45-21.29 In lavoi he purchaser and against the party or parties In possesslor by the clerk of superior court ol the county In which the property date staled In the nonce inai is ai is sold. Any person who occu- least 10 days, but no more than plea the property pursuant to a 90 davs a(tor 'he sale date con- rental agreemenl entered Inlo talned In the notice of sale, pro- or renewed on or after October vlded that the mortgagor has not 1, 2007. may, afler receiving cured tho default at the time the the notice ot sale, terminate tho tenant provides Ihe noiice of ler- ronlal agreement by providing mlnation [NCGS § 45-21.16A<b) written nollce of termination lo Iho landlord, lo be effective on a dale slated In the nollce that Is at 10 days. Executor of the Estate Submit payments K claims lo: WellsLaw, Attorneys at Law. 360 Knollwood Si., Suite 640. Wlnston-Salem, NC 27103 (336) 263-6700 Publish: May 12.19,26, June Z DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATION of sale. rental agreement by providing written notice of termination to ister of Deeds of Davie Count North Carolina, and the hold of the Note evidencing said i' debledness having directed tn the Deed of Trust be foreclose the undersigned Substitute Tm< oo will offer for sale at the Dav County Courthouse, in the cl of Mocksville. North Carolina 10:00 AM on Wednesday, Mi 18,2016, and will sell to the hlgl est bidder lor cash the followlr real estate situated in the Coun of Davle, North Carolina, and bi ing more particularly describe as follows: BEGINNING AT AN IRO LOCATED 26.4O FEET FRO: THE CENTERLINE OF SR 113 RIGHT OF WAY. NORTHWES CORNER OF LOT 31. R.L. FO! TER SUBDIVISION (MAP BOO 2 PAGE 84) AND RUNS THENC NORTH 14-00-OO EAST 118.6 FEET TO AN IRON LOCATE 23.05 FEET FROM THE CEf TER OF SR 1134 RIGHT O WAY, SOUTHWEST CORNE OF LOT 28; THENCE WIT THE LINE OF LOT 26 NORT 87-15-45 EAST 168.27 FEE TO AN IRON; THENCE SOUT 23-20-53 EAST 98.97 FEE TO AN IRON; THENCE WIT ANDERSON LINE SOUTH 6' 57-53 WEST 241.00 FEET T- THE BEGINNING CONTAININ 0.459 ACRES, MORE OR LESS AND BEING THOSE LANDS DE SCRIBED BY DEED BOOK 14 PAGE 865 AND A PORTION O THOSE LANDS DESCRIBE BY DEED OOK 148 PAGE 8fl: DAVIE COUNTY REGISTRY, A SURVEYED 9-7-89 BY TUTTE ROW SURVEYING CO. COMMONLY KNOWN AS 157 GLADSTONE ROAD, MOCKSVILLE. NC 27028 Should the property be pu chased by a third party, tin person must pay the tax of Fo ty-Five cents (SO.45) per On Hundred Dollars (S1OO.OO) re quired by NCGS 7A-30B (n){1) The property to be offered pu suant to this notice of sale Is IK Ing offered for sale, transfer, an conveyance "AS IS. WHERE IS Neither the Trustee nor the hotde ot the Note secured by the Dee ol Trust/security agreement, c both, being foreclosed, nor th officers, directors, attorney! employees, agents or authorize representatives of either th Trustee or the holder of tha Not make any representation of wa runty relating to the title or an physical, environmental, healt or safety conditions existing it being offered for sale, and an and all responsibilities or nobii relating to any such condition o preaaly are disclaimed. Also, thi property Is being sold subject t of record any recorded releases Any person who occu pie' the property pursuant to a run' al agreement entered Into c renewed on or after October • 2007, may, after receiving tit notice ot sale, terminate In renial agreement by provldln written notice of termination t the landlord, to be effective o talod li the nolle 1SCVD127 STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION v. KEVIN MAURICE COWAN TAKE NOTICE that a plead- ing seeking relief against you has been filed in the above-en- titled action. The nature of the relief being sought is as follows: contract for money owed. That plaintiff have and recover from defendant damages from a breach of contract entered into between plaintiff and defendant, plus interest at the legal rale, costs, counsel fees, and such olher and further relief as lha Court may deem Just and prop- 30 da}the sale dal (2)]. Upon termination ot a agreement, the lenai rent duo under the ol sale, pro- cured Iho default al Iho time Iho mlnatlon [NCGS § 45-2i.16A(b) (2)]. Upon ten ' rent due unde I tho trustei table tc posit. Reas tlon. il they belioi to have merit, n ied i ate payn int. This Ihe 21st day of April. 2016 Lorotta Lutes Beam, Executor MarcW. tngersoll. Attorney: Ingersoll & Hicks. PLLC Publish: April 21.28: May 5.12 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor ol me Estate of Elvanla W. Crews, deceased, late ot Davie County. STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Kimberly R. Marshall, having tate of Patricia Sara Ehrengru- ber, a/k/a Patricia D arm oh ray gruber. deceased, late of Davie County. North Carolina, hereby against said Estate to present them to Kimberly H. Marshall. c/o Timothy J. Ehrmger at 4622 Country Club Road. Suite 25Q. You are required to make a defense to such pleading no later than the 9th day of June, me loan w 2016. (40 days from tha date of l"B IIUStQ' the first publication). Upon your %!?£* failure to do so, the party seek- ing relief will apply to the Court for the relief sought. This the 27lh day of April, 2016. Attorney George A. Trip" Payne Kasper & Payne, P.A. P.O. Box 687 3626 Clemmons Road, Clemmons, NC 27O12 Publish: April 28. May 5,12 14 SP 187 AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SAIE int is liable lor Had to rental agree- potilio' iho effective of Iho date ol the termination. If the trustee is unable to con- vey title to this properly for any purchaser is the return of the do- posll. Reasons of such Inability lo convey Include, but are not llm- -""!' '" lied to, the filing ol a bankruptcy vola ona petition prior lo the confirmation Purc"as' ol the sale and reinstatement ol I(lrTlady- If the validity ol the vey title to this property for any ons ol such Inability y include, but are not llm- Ihe filing of a bankruptcy prior to the confirmation ale and reinstatement of tho truslee. If the validity of the sale Is challenged by any party. (in i their lion. If they believe the challenge to have merit, may request the court to declare the sale to be will ha\ lay request the e tho salo to be the deposit. The have no further NORTH CAROLINA, DAVIE COUNTY Under and by virtue ol a Power of Sale contained In thai certain Deed of Trust executed by Randall C. Hanss fa James A. Abbott. Trustee(s). which was dated May 17.1994 and recorded on May 17. 1994 in Book 211 at Page 26S. Davie County Regis- try. North Carolina. naving been made said Deed of Trust and the under- void and purchase Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC Substitute Trustee Brock A Scott. PLLC Attorneys for Trustee Services of Carolina, LLC 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Wilmington. NC 28403 PHONE: (910) 392-49B8 FAX: (91O) 392-8587 File No.: 14-17865-FC01 Publl 14SP213 of Carolina, LLC Substitute Trusteo Brock & Scott. PLLC Itornoys for Truslee Services of Carolina, LLC 5431 Oleander Drive Suite 200 Ington. NC 28403 10 days, but ni than 90 days, after the sale do contained In the notice of sal provided that lha me not cured Ihe default Ihe tenant provides the notice r. lermlnallon. Upon termination c liable for rent due under the roni; live date of the termination. checks) of live percenl (5%) ol Ih purchase price, or seven hundro- filty dollars (S75O.OO), whichevc Is greater, will be required at it,, lime of tho sale. This the 16ih day of Apri 2016. Subslituta Trustee Richard R. Fousl Attorney at Lav 204 Mulrs Chapel Road Suite 10; Greensboro, NC 27411 Ph. No. 336-834-0511 Fax No. 336.B34.01GI Publish: May 5,i: NOTICE OF SUE To: . „_. power of sale conlained In a : May 512 certain Deed of Trust execuled by Connie L- Bolln (PRESENT LKiriincn pin-riot-n? RECORD OWNERS: heirs ol AMENDED NOTICE OF Connie l_ Bonn), lo Tnurman FORECLOSURE SALE vember 9. 1969 and recorded NORTH CAROLINA, in Book 162. Page 625. Davie DAVIE COUNTY County Registry. North Carolina: Under and by virtue of a Power default having been made in the of Sale contained in thai certain payment of the Note thereby se- Deed of Trust executed by James cured by the said Deed of Trust J. Hennessey and Sieglinde Hen- and the undersigned. Richard R. nessey to Wade H. Lenaid Jr., Foust. Esq.. having been substi- Trustee(s). which was dated May luted as Trustee in said Oeed of PHONE- (910) 392-4986 AudreV Meroney rn 51 & 732; FAX: (910) 392-8587 """e Harrtaon Jr. fa 4O2 & J No.: 11-28188-FC03 *32- Publish: May 5,12 Bermuda Mini's. LLC Set Storage, located at 146 Com- merce Dr.. Bermuda Run. NC has a possessory lien on al goods you stored there in ;:-,.- above units. All those items -, personal or business propert> are being sold in order to colleci the amount due from you for un- paid rent and expenses. The sale will take place Mav 20th ot 2:00 pm at Bermuda NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Publish: May 1 27.2OO4 in Book 553 at Page 69O corned in tne office ol me Heg- DAVIE CO. ENTERPRISE-RECORD THURSDAY. 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Privacy fence/ Ig porches, dot workshop. root » HP/C. S124.9OOobo Jennifer Martinez. Bob Mullet Re- alty. Inc. Ce11-336.34S.1402 Cal (336)492-2685. newtoday 3BH. 2BA, 1,100sq. ft., .41 acre lot. Underground utilities. Built 2009. All appliances Included. Heat pump. 6x12 shod Included. Asking £119.900. Call 336-753- 1062. Automobiles To Place A Classified Ad Call Toll Free 1-877-751-2120 Monday-Friday 8 AM to 5 PM Trucks, SUVs &Vans Didn't Got A Paper? Call Circulation at 704-797-4213 Monday-Friday 8 AM to 5 PM Want To Buy Transportation To Place A Classified Ad Call Toll Free 1-877-751-2120 Monday-Friday 8 AM to S PM Lots z acres on Pool Dr., off Cor- natzcr Rd. with county water. yiD.DOO per tain. 33S-998-3S13 Services Farm Services i newtoday Read to your ;HiId today and inspire a lifelong lo-ve of reading. JP8- DAVTE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,,Thursday,May 12,2016 Amarissa Gerrety is excited to pet the dog. Ellis Middle student Brandon Bakers shows some love to a dog from the Humane Society of Davie. Students' Best Friend t Humane Society Dogs Benefit From Ellis Middle Efforts I Faces lit up when Lydia let paper, bleach, new or clumping cat litter, 13- and Mrs. Turner's class, donate pranced into the classroom. used towels, laundry soap, 30-gallon trash bags, and online at \vwwMavienchu~ - Lydia, a hearing impaired dishwashing soap, Pedi- dog/cat toys or treats. mane^rg or send to 291 Ea- tbstor puppy, went to Lynn gree Puppy & Adult Food, To donate in honor of ton Road Mocksville. Turner's sixth grade class ,—j „.'.....,.-. . : -~.-^^..,,;11-.-_||L tl.5!r" If' ' ''• "r.^ill Ellis Middle School a mascot for the Humane So- ciety of Davie County. .; Lydia and HSDC staff visited the class to leach the Students about responsible pet ownership and the im- portance of helping home- less pets. •" Each year, the class helps n local non-profit as a com- munity service project. Glass representative Bran- don Baker, 12, nominated Bested the class set up a do- "I want to help the ani- teer and it seemed like the right choice to help supply what is needed," Brandon are working until the end of the school year to raise .funds and items for the atloption center. :* "Helping will educate my classmates. It's better to be hands on while learning and that is when you see the real need," Brandon said. To donate wish list items in support of the class do- nation drive, items can be dropped off at the adop- tion center. Wish list items include: paper towels, toi- Noah Atwell is ready to ask a question of the visitors. Brandon Baker escorts the dog into the class. Davie County Caregi-'uer Workshop Are you caring for a friend or loved one? If you answered yes, this free workshop is for you. A panel of experts will share tips and answer questions. Bailey Snow, Seth Hill. Evan Barr and Elise Weidman show interest When: Saturday, May 21,2016 Time: 9:OOam - ll:OOam Where: Davie County Public Library Cost: FREE (breakfast & beverages provided) Sponsored by: The animals quickly get the attention of the middle school students. Hospice & Palliative CARECENXER Dance Concert Davie High Students Ready For Spring Production Page D1 COUNTY ENTCRPRI/E RECORD USPS 149-16O Number 21 Thursday, May 19, 2016 Fired Officers Awarded $4.1 Million By Lynn Hall Enterprise Record Ecstatic. That was the reaction of At- torney Robert Elliot last week after a seven-member jury found in favor of his clients - three former Mocksville police officers. The officers. Ken Hunter, Jerry Medlin and Rick Dona- than, had been fired in Decem- ber of 2011 after they made an anonymous phone call to the governor's office with allega- tions of corruption against Po- lice Chief Robert Cook. It was the plaintiff's conten- tion that Cook and Town Man- ager Christine Bralley became aware of the phone call and as a result terminated all three of- ficers in violation of their rights to free speech. The defendants filed-suit-in 2012 against Cook and Bralley under the 1st Amendment and the Town of Mocksville under the state constitution. After eight days of testimo- ny, the jury took a little over two hours to reach their verdict and award compensatory dam- ages to the plaintiffs. The Com- pensatory awards covered back wages from termination until the present, as well as future pay (based on work life expec- tancy). That will amount to approx- imately $1.2 million for Hunter, $1.1 million for Medlin, and $1.6 million for Donathan. The jury also awarded puni- tive damages of $10,000 to be paid.by both Cook and Bralley to each officer. Hunter was awarded $805,706 in back pay and $388,125 in future pay as he was closest to retirement age. Medlin's back pay amount- Town's Insurance At $1 Million While lawyers are trying to figure out the next move, Mocksville town officials may have to decide where to come up with $3 million. The town's insurance poli- cy through the N.C. League of Municipalities appears to max out at $1 million, said Town Attorney Hank Van Hoy. While respectful but disap- pointed in the jury's verdict against the town, former police chief Robert Cook and TownKen Hunter and Jerry Medlin listen and Rick Donathan talks about the consequences Manager Christine Bralley, of their firing from the Mocksville police force. - Photo by Chris Mackie attorneys are looking into the next legal steps, he said. ed to $288,293 and front pay "They never gave up on us," to send a message as far as it Bralley declined to corn- was $857,403. - Denathan-added, "and WC-RCV- could-reach with .as much,«m- _ment~ — - -, — • Donathan's back pay total er gave up on them, either." phasis as it could have to try was $310,830 and front or fu- In a press conference the and make people realize that following day, Robert Elliot the government is for the peo- said they will be filing a peti- pie; the police department is 'ithin Defense Says "Prom the outut. wo Viml wo objectives," Elliot said. for the people and not just few leaders or managers who uso it. for ilicir own benefit." That was the goal, he said. By Lynn Hall Unbettevatrte ture pay was $1353.585. Mocksville Town Manager Bralley showed no reaction to tion for reinstaten the verdict and her co-defen- the next few weeks. dant. Cook, left the courthouse prior to the jury's return. Outside of the federal court- ''To get justice for these guys adding that they appreciated Enterprise Record house in Winston-Salem last and to do our part and theirs to that the jury saw that objective Wednesday evening, Robert sec this kind of thing doesn't and delivered vindication. Defense Attorney Philip Van Elliot said his clients had wait- happen again." Co-counsel Michael Elliot Hoy in closing statements, ar- ed a long time - "four and a half He said he met the former said while there has been a gued that jury members would years for justice and they re- officers shortly after tfieir ter- lot of negativity in the media have to believe there was a ceived it today." mination and believed in them about police officers, they were large conspiracy in place if for- Hunter said he was pleased from the outset. "We thought happy lo shine a positive light mer Mocksville Police Chief that the ordeal was over, and the process would take a year on the profession. Robert Cook and Town Man- he, Medlin and Donathan and here we are fourand a half "Make no mistake, these ager Christine Bralley had wanted to thank all of those years later." men are the best of the best," any knowledge of a call being friends in the community who Elliot called the Mocksvilie he said. placed to the governor's office never stopped believing in and Police Department under the The three former officers regarding corruption within the supporting them. leadership of Robert Cook a were expansive in their grati- MPD. "There were a lot of people "closed department, with the tude to their attorneys for their "Their theory is that SBI on our side," Medlin agreed, kind of management that had hard work, but also expressed Agent Paula Carson got a call "The community was very caused the problems these cou- thanks to their families and from Raleigh and she told DJ. supportive throughout this pro- rageous officers were trying many people in Davie County Smith, the agent stationed in cess." to fix." He said, "we wanted Please See Verdict - Page 6 Please See Defense - Page 7 Governer Learns Digital Teaching In Davie Visit . ^ Pinebrook Elementary students Carty. White and Kenne- dy Baker show Gov. Pat McCrory to program a comput- er for a certain task.- Photo by Mike Barnhardt By Beth Cassidy Enterprise Record Gov. Pat McCrory spent part of last Thursday sitting on a rug, surrounded by the possible future leaders of this state. His visit to Pinebrook El- ementary School came two months after a visit by his se- nior education advisor, Cather- ine Truitt. Superintendent Dr. Dar- rin Hartness said: "Ms. Truitt saw the excellent teaching and learning strategies being used in our district and wanted the governor to see the same and better understand the impact of using digital resources." In the first stop on his visit to the school. McCrory seated himself on a rug beside sec- ond graders in the classroom of Amy Spade, teacher, and Michelle Sigmon. teacher as- sistant, and watched as they guided students using NXT ro- bots to read and navigate maps of the US and of downtown Mocksville. The exercise was part of a unit on interpreting, analyzing, and creating maps, and part of their learning was done by using e-books through NCWiseOwl. In the second stop, to Tracy Miller's first grade math class, students were learning place value and geometry using the programs Prodigy and Skitch on iPads, and in the media center, while some students worked on a SmartBoard to identify prime numbers. Mc- Crory found himself watching students play a bowling game using a Wii. They record- ed scores in fractions of pins knocked down and pins still standing. After a brief tutorial by one student. McCrory tried his hand at the game, with an end score of 91/100- He also spoke to students in a classroom in Wallace, as they Skyped with Pinebrook teacher Lauren Pilcher's fourth grad- ers to create an illustration for a poem. McCrory was amazed at the technology that would allow students here to inter- act in real time with students in a class in another part of the state, saying, "They didn't have any of this when 1 was in college." In Kim Crotts' fifth grade classroom, science students showcased Discovery Edu- cation's Science TechBook, where they worked in small groups, where they watched a video with an interactive ex- ploration and experiment, and they worked to chart an out- come and explain the outcome of experiments. The classroom visits were Please See Governor - Page 4 2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday, May 19,2016 Editorial Page Jury Socks It To Mocksville For Police Firings A tornado — in the form of n federal jury's stunning $4.1 million judgment — hit the Mocksville Town Hall last week. At first glance, the town's liability insurance policy — for $1 million — seems woefully short. The town's coffers are in jeopardy as a police department personnel dispute from five years ago went sour. The Town of Mocksville suffered far more than a black eye during the eight-day trial as all the dirty laundry from the police department was aired in U.S. District Court. Three fired policemen painted an unseemly picture of a department that had lost its moral compass and operated by good-old-boy rules that changed with the situation and depended on the person. Among things the jury heard: • A drunk police officer once backed his cruiser into . another car in the police parking lot but wasn't charged or even given a Breathalyzer. He was merely sent home. • An officer once broke into a locked FBI car at a school but wasn't charged. » Police chief Robert Cook stored liquor in the police department freezer and was spotted drinking in public tQUKU-Y FREE TO VOTE AS LOVS& AS THEVME GOT NXESS TO PROPER \OEKV\FtCNnOH! DIERYONE IS EauNU-V TREE. TO BE WHKTEMER GEWER WE TEU- THES\ THEY ARE! EVERYONE \f, EQUM-LY FREE TO NWRRY SOVEONE- OF THE OFPOS1TE SEX1. NORTH CNROLINN HA.S LOU&-HEU? TCKDITtONS OF EQUMJTY! :cnscd police officer, s on the job, • Chief Cook, acted as if he wei Certainly, there had been a bitter division among the police officers. Certainly, Chief Cook failed to properly discipline his officers. And certainly the Mocksville officers distrusted each other and quarrelled among themselves as a power struggle ensued. Chaos. Back-stabbing. Lack of control. That's hardly the picture of an otherwise vibrant, scrubbed-clean, progressive town that has been the model for others. Five years ago, three town officers. Ken Hunter, Rick Donathan and Jerry Medlin, secretly complained to the Gov. Beverly Perdue's office using a Tracfone to avoid being traced. An SBI agent was assigned to investigate, but the inquiry spent-most of its time trying to determine who had made the call, not whether the complaint was true. After the Tracfone was linked to Hunter, the three were fired. Both Cook and town manager Christine Bralley said the secret call did not prompt the firings. But Cook had never fired anyone despite a laundry list of other bad behavior. Cook's reasons for firing the three were for infractions that were either petty or old. The jury obviously believed the call to the governor's office had everything to do with the dismissals. The case had seemed a slam dunk for the town because the officers were "at will" employees. When the officers' attorneys established a 1st Amendment violation, however, Mocksville was in serious financial jeopardy. The jury's decision was swift and punitive. The jurors spent only a few hours reaching their decision, including adding up how much money to award. What does Mocksville do now? Certainly the attorneys will try to reduce the verdict, but nothing is certain. As stands, the town owes $4.1 millii officers want their jobs back. They are likely to judge's approval for that, creating a problem remixing them back into the force. Chief Cook retired several years ago and been replaced by Chief Todd Penley, who has the administrative experi- ence that Cook lacked. The Mocksville town board, how- ever, must evaluate whether it can avoid similar personnel problems in the future. If not, it's time to merge the town force with the Davie County Sheriff's Department and provide a professional human resources director capable of keeping abreast of ever-changing employment laws. Gone are the days when employers can ignore the rules of the road. The Mocksville trial may become a casebook study in how not to operate a police department. Cook kept no per- sonnel records. "It wasn't my policy to write things down," he testified. "We didn't manage with notes and sticky pads." Cook is a nice fellow and served the town and county for many years in a variety of roles, but he was out of his depth when dealing with tricky and contentious personnel issues. The town's savings account — money that could be used for recreation, recruiting new industry or a variety of good things — is now on the hook to settle a court judgment. The past two weeks have been painful and embarrass- ing — and out of character — for the Town of Mocksville. — Dwight Sparks In The Mail Is It Time For One Law Enforcement Agency? To the editor: I have read with increasing interest the pros and cons and all the consternation of the area residents with the proposed tax revenue distribution change as it relates to our Davie County municipalities. I think it could help overall with the revenues the fire depart- ments get as the increases that the county gets can be put to our great first responders in the fire and rescue Clemmons, Lewisville and Bermuda Run, do not have their own police departments and they havi populations of 19,000, 13,000 and 2.50O respectively. They choose to pay their own county sheriff's depart- ment to give them great round-the-clock protection. They may be choosing to spend their dollars wisely and on other services they can provide as budgets get tight. To be fair, other local towns like Kemersville business. Then, eventually to the sheriff's department and Yadkinville choose to have their own police de- with other changes. They rely in no small part to us partments and they have populations of 24.00O and any •ay with the barbecue dinners and door-to door fund raisers they do for their funding that goes along with what our property taxes provide. So why not give them a bigger percentage of the funds? That would seem to be what we elected our county earned tax dollars. Many small towns and villages in our area, like 3,OOO, respectively. Might it be time to save overall dollars for all ot our Davie County towns and bring law enforcement services under the auspices of the Davie County Sher- iff's Department? Corporations are doing that type of belt-tightening all over to save in benefits and human resource expenses. John Nelms Hillsdale Officers Deserved Everything They Got To the editor: cause of the way you were treated. I'm glad the three officers got their day in court and . Meanwhile, the fired justice was done. They deserved everything they got. It took long enough and they deserved everything they got. It is so sad to know that they had to go out of the county to get justice done because Davie County is not always fair. Some law officers think because they wear that uni- form that they are above God and they can do what- ever they want and treat people anyway they want. You know, if they treated their brothers in law like that, they have treated other people in the same ways. I know what these officers went through. I have been treated unfairly before. Because they wear a uni- form doesn't mean all of them arc honest. I hope if you go back into law enforcement, you will remember how you were treated. Treat others fairly and listen to them and try not to be bitter be- Because you wear a uniform you will never be greater than God. Thank God that justice was done. Hellen Daywalt, Cooleemee Letters Welcome The Enterprise Record welcomes letters from its readers on topics of local, state, national or interna- tional issues. An effort will be made to print all let- ters, provided they are not libelous, vulgar or in poor taste. The editor reserves the right to edit letters for grammar and for space. All letters should include the name and address of the writer, including a signature. A telephone number, not to be published, is also requested. Please have ' letters in the newspaper office no later than 4 p.in. Monday of the week to be published. Davie County Enterprise Record P.O.Box,99,Mocksville,davie3© centurylink.net. COUNTY ENTERPRi/E -RECORD U5PS 149-160 171 S. Main St., P.O. Box 99. Mocksville. NC 2702 (336)751-2120 Published weekly by Salisbury Newsmedla LLC Dwight Sparks Robin Snow. Mike Earnhardt,.., Ray Tirtterow. Brian Pitts ...Editor/Publisher ...General Manager ...Managing Editor ...Advertising Director ....Sports Editor Davie Record Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville. NC 27028 Subscription Rales Single Copv, 5O Ccnis $26.69 Per Year In NOS32-03 outside N.C. POSTMASTER Send Address Changes to: Davie Couniy Enterprise Record P.O. Box 99.Mocksvil)e,NC Z7O28 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 19, 2016 - 3 man I Child Safety Focus Of Community Day Bicycle Rodeo, Free Helmets Part Of Program At Medical Center By Les Gura Wake Forest Baptist Health Wire Children's safety takes a spotlight at this year's Com- munity Day at Wake Forest Baptist Health - Davie Med- ical Center on May 21 ft Car seat safety checks and a bicycle rodeo will be offered by Safe Kids North- west Piedmont, the regional Safe Kids chapter based at Wake Forest Baptist Medi- cal Center. Safe Kids edu- cates parents, caregivers and children about child- hood injury prevention. Davie Medical Center Community Day will be held at the Bermuda Run campus. It includes pro- grams for all ages: free health screenings, a cooking demonstration, the popular Peachtree Farmer's Market, and free food, music and en- tertainment. The two children's safety events are being led by Lilly Deckles, pediatric injury prevention coordinator for Brenner Children's Hos- pital, part of Wake Forest Baptist and coordinator of Safe Kids Northwest Pied- mont. "Research shows that 74 to 94 percent of par- ents think their car seats are properly installed—and they are not," Beckles said. Among the common seat inspections conducted by SafeKids Northwest Piedmont are: • Seat belts or harness not properly fastened to secure an infant or booster seat. • Car seats face the wrong direction. Parents and care giv- ers will leam how children view traffic since their pe- ripheral vision is not fully developed. Children will also learn proper hand sig- nals and traffic rules. "Most parents do not know that after age 7, if a child is riding a bicycle in sidered a vehicle. They're not playing with a toy," Beckles said. "And they must comply with rules of the road." Chad Brown, president of Davie Medical Center, said child safety is a good fit for Community Day. hospital is to keep people — children and adults — from facing injuries or illness whenever possible. We're proud to be able to add the car seat safety checks and bike rodeo to our full Com- Dr. Matthew Cline and his family enjoy the 2015 Davie Medical Center Community Day. • Towels or plastic mats "Transporting a child in port their children safely." Bicycle safety education ings include cholesterol. placed under a seat against a car requires science; there She plans to give an edu- will be provided along with blood pressure, glucose, safety recommendations. is technology and research cational presentation during free, properly-fitted helmets vision and foot exams. The • Seat belt systems not behind car seat design," Community Day, and then for kids while supplies last, cooking demonstration will functioning properly. Beckles said. "We want par- offer as many inspections At the bike rodeo from 10- be from 10 to II a-m. Any of those things can ents to have the information as time allows. Parents have 1 1 a.m., children will leam Davie Medical Center is hurt the seat's performance needed to make informed the option to set up appoint- skills and precautions to at 1-40 (Exit 180) and NC in an accident, Beckles said, choices so they can trans- ments for an inspection. ride safely. 801 N., Bermuda Run. 'Terror On The Hudson' Local Author's Book Earns Jersey City Award Ron Semple of Advance ident of the conservancy, award at the Conservancy wilt receive the Jersey City said the book was a "great 16th annual awards night : Landmark. Conservancy's read" and the award is given the restored Loe' J. 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Pat McCrory engages Charrish Griffin and Lilli Seats in the Pinebrook media center; and watches as Sara Rhyne explains how Te-veon Meredith and Jacob Hoskins are interacting with students from eastern North Carolina. - Photos by Mike Barnhardt Sam Warner, Madeline Rodgers, Walker Jones and Summer Johnson explain a project. Governor... Continued From Page 1 it ion and technology, the ason he was visiting Pin- owed with a brief ques- ebrook, and said: "Davie i and answer session County is one of the lead- ;he gym for the media, ers in adapting technology ibly frustrated by the to schools...We are seeing the bcrt of--NC education right here in Davie County, seeing teachers adapting to technology," something, he said, "is no problem for the kids." He said one of his major goals would be to insure that every school in the stale has WiFiby 2018. in onslaught of question: tercd around HB2, McCrory concluded those questions by saying it would be for the courts to decide. "I will defer to the Con- stitution as I have many times as governor," he said. He- told the media he wanted to talk about edu- Davie County Caregvver Workshop Are you caring for a friend or loved one? If you answered yes, this free workshop is for you. A panel of experts will share tips and answer questions. Ella Bowman and Carly White demonstrate a robot for th McCrory watches Zeb Pilcher, Ethan Price, Maggie Bahgat and Madison Hurley in the classroom. When: Saturday, May 21, 2016 Time: 9:00am - ll:00am Where: Davie County Public Library Cost: FREE (breakfast & beverages provided) Sponsored by: Hospice & Palliative CARECENTER Somerset Court of Mocksville Autumn £6-753-0212 McCrory asks questions as teacher Amy Spade and students Olivia Lynch, Kimberly Powers and Brian Deters use a robot to travel on a map. FEELTHE SMOOTHNESS OF COMPOSITE DECK FLOORING ON YOUR OUTDOOR SPACE 336.998.2140 RemodelWithMilIer.com District Court DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thursday,May 19,2016 - 5 The following cases were tant DAs. disposed of during Davie - Kayla B. Arringto District Court. Presiding: DWI, sentenced to 60 days, MycrJudge Jimmy Prosecuting: Kaitlyn J and Pearce Dougan, a nes hoi ispended 18 community serv iitrrender lie t opcr- Education Board OKs Administrative Contracts administrators approved by through June 30, 2020; the Davie Board of Educa- • Kimbcrly Stacey, tion. sistant principal, Comat tant principal. Mocksvillc, through June 30, 2020; • Mary Courtemanche, assistant principal, Davie, through June 30,2020; • Tabaiha Hudson, as- sistant principal, Davie. through June 30, 2020; ate vehicle until licensed, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow treat- ment, S1OO, cost; failure to maintain lane control, dis- missed per plea. - Jeffrey Scott Bailey, violation. 9O day active sentence, probation will bu terminated after sentence; misdemeanor probation container/consuming al- cohol in passenger area, speeding 98 in a 70. reek- dismissed per plea. - Mark Douglas Ellis, driving while license re- voked DWI revocation, sen- tenced to 120 days to run concurrent with sentence now serving, cost; give/ lend/borrow license plate. n schedule through June 30,2020; • Dcnisc Absher, princi- pal. Early College, through June 30, 2017; and - Melissa Lynch, princi- pal, South Davie, through June 30, 2020. Bumgamcr, assislanl princi- - James Daniel Blythe, speeding 101 in a 70, re- duced to careless and reck- less driving. SI,000. cost; possession of open con- passenger area, dismissed per plea. - Philip Anthony Bosey, violation of court order. 48 - Emanuel Louis Harris, possession of marijuana up evidence ordered destroyed. - Paul Abdul Hicks, reck- less driving to endanger, re- duced to unsafe movement. cost. - Kscnia Elouisc Holt, - Jesse Jerome Jester tant principal, Pinebrook, rei through June 30,2020; tin • Jonathan Sidden. as- Ju wed, as he will retire ai end of his contract on School Board Briefs Lunch Price Increase School lunch prices for the 2016-17 school year will increase by 10 cents per lunch. According to Child Nu- trition Director George Sulecki. the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010 requires school nutrition depart- ments to evaluate lunch prices annually. The federal government requires child nutrition pro- grams to bring the prices of paid lunches closer to the determined the nutrition department must increase the price, they are required to increase the price by 10 cents. The price for Pre-K will increase from S2.20 to $2.30; for elementary from $2.45 to S2.55, and in secondary, the price will go from S2.70 to S2.80. Battlers of the Books Students who competed in the 2016 Battle of the Books were •.cognized. Of the three middle schools. William Ellis won the .trict competition and went on to regional competi- n . The students read and became experts on 27 books The William Ellis students who competed arc Cheyannc Bcasley. Mary Cain, Danny Dzierzewski, Sean Froe- lich, Liana Liang, Ethan Page. Rebecca Pete Smalley and MayaTarbct. The elementary school teams were made up of siu dents from the various schools, and 66 participated, the largest number of participant.-', to date. They read and be came experts on 12 books. Students from the team were Alexis Bouldin (Mocksville), Carter (Cornatzer), Cayden Brown <Mocksville), Tatum Chil dress (Shady Grove), Reid Nail (Cooleemee) an nah Norman (Shady Grove). Administrators Recognized Dr. Cinde Rinn, who retired at the end of April as principal of Comatzer Elementary, was recognized by the board. Jeff Wallace, assistant superintendent, Rinn, who had 31 years in education, has "made a mendous impact on Davie County Schools." She was a teacher in grade levels, and in 1988 re ceived the Disney National Teacher of the Year award the highest classroom teacher award . Her staff said abou her, "She is knowledgeable and always has a helpfu suggestion or advice. She respects the import of teacher assistants. She is strong, wise, and a compas sionatc leader and is very approachable." Rex Allen, principal at William R. Davie Elementary was recognized for his upcoming retirement. Slandin; to thffapplause and loud cheers of members of his stall Allen listened as Wallace told the board of his 32 year in education and how he always ended his meetings wit "Fly and Be Free." His staff said he was the kind of principal who wa able to hire and retain good teachers, and that he le "with kindness." They said they would "miss his expci tise at the grill." and that he wasn't known for being talk alive, but when he talked, people listened. Change Order Approved The board voted unanimously (board member Cai Livengood was absent) to approve a change order fb field turf, maintenance, and fencing for the athletic lice fields, and baseball and Softball fields at th Davie High. This is step two of athletic field change; the board approved a change order for step meeting in April. The estimated cost is S525.OOO. Activity Bus Purchase The board voted unanimously to authoriz ter into a purchase agreement for a new 2017 Thoma Built activity bus. With installment principal est, the total cost of the bus is expected to be 586,509.3 The cost was included in the 2015-16 Capital Outla budget. Improvements Approved Electrical service will be upgraded and wind be replaced in the preschool area of Central Davie Ed cation Center, and the water healer will be replaced Ellis Middle School, after the board unanimously vot Watson Electrical was the low bidder at S79J323 f the electric service upgrade, and Jim's Custom Window of Albemarie will replace the preschool's windows. ai cost of SS9.M3.Tbe water beater replacement will ( from Thermal Resource Sales, ai a cost of S28.775 at the nunity service, credit for inpatient treatment. - Hailey Nichole Bow- simple possession chedulc VI controlled sub- sentenced to time served 5252.50 attorney fee. son, driving while license, revoked DWI revocation prayer for judgn ued, cost. - Roger Lem simple possessii VI controlled substance, dismissed per plea; posses- sion of marijuana parapher- nalia. S25. cost, evidence ordered destroyed. - Allen Shane Matthews, misdemeanor aid and abet, give malt bcverage/unfoni- ficd wine to person under age 21, allowing unlicensed person to drive, possession ing alcohol in passenger area, dismissed per plea of principal. - Megan Keller McDan- sentenced to 50 days active, probation will be termi- nated unsuccessfully after sentence is served. 5197.50 attorney fee; driving while license revoked DWI re- vocation, sentenced to 45 previous sentence,credit for 48 days, cost; driving while Russell W. Mea:Tier, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, S25, cost; possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, dis- missed per plea, all evi- dence ordered destroyed. - Kathleen Ann Rossi, operating vehicle with no iurance. dismissed in the crest of justice,defendant reduce speed, dismissed. vil r alto: - Devonta Alonzo Scott. to one-half ounce, S25, cost, evidence ordered destroyed. - Brandon Lee Sports, simple possession schedule V] controlled substance, dismissed per plea; posses- sion of marijuana parapher- nalia, S25. cost, all evidence ordered destroyed. Brandon C. Tyler, simple assault, consuming alcohol by person under age 19, dismissed per plea; DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months, 24 idence ordered destroyed; attorney fee, cost. ossession of marijuana - Rashaad L. Johnson, phemalia, 525, cost, possession of marijuana up idence ordered destroyed, to one-half ounce. 525. cost, evidence ordered destroyed, - Jason Lamar Keaton, speeding 71 in a 55. reduced troyed, - Tristan N. Bradshaw, lisdemeanor probation vio- ition out of county, proba- ion terminated. - Lawrence S. Carroll, Iriving while license re- 'okcd DWI revocation, •educed to driving while days; ation, sentenced to 45 days o run concurrent with pre- vious sentence, credit for 48 eanor, proba- out of county, bation terminated un- cessfully; driving while to improper equipment. 550, license revoked not DWI, cost, S50 improper equip- operating vehicle with no ment fee. insurance, dismissed per - Jameson A. Kennedy, plea. three counts second degree - Leonard R. McKnight, plea. trespass, two counts lar- failure to wear seat belt, - Th surrender license, not oper- ate vehicle until licensed, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow treal- ment, S1OO. cost, S252.50 attorney fee; driving after consuming under age 21 , no license, expired registra- tion, consuming alcohol un- der age 19. reckless driving endanger, dismissed per rayer for judgment con- inued, cost; possession of ipen container/consuming .missed per pica; posses- in of marijuana more than i-half ounces, prayer for dcnce ordered destroyed. - Melvin Ray Doby. pos- session/sale of alcohol with rib permit, dismissed in the interest of justice, complet- ed training. - Vincent M. Earwood, DWI. sentenced to 12 months, seven days active, surrender license, not oper- ate vehicle until licensed, obtain substance abuse as- sessment/treatment, S4OO, cost; possession of open ceny by ntitheft possess of marijua device, dismissed per plea; up to one-half larceny, sentenced to 120 ordered destroyed:-consv dis- days active to run ith s nten ing, credit for 3 days, stay away from Wai Mart, S807 restitution to Wai Mart, cost, S170 attorney fee. - Carol Ann Kryssing, DWI. sentenced 10 6O days, suspended 18 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, S10O, cost; failure to maintain lane control, dis- missed per plea.. - Jagon M. Lockhart. un- safe passing yellow line, ing alcohol by person 19/20. cost, $225 attorney fee. oseph Webb Jr., speeding 9O in a 65, reduced to 74 in a 65. S50, Failure to Appear assault on a female. 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Continued Prom Page 1 who were supportive Officers Ken Hunter (above) and Jerry Medlin throughout the ordeal, (below) talk at a news conference in their attor- A11 thrce officers said ney's office following the verdict. what thev wantcd now wns to get back to work. "We were public ser- vants in Mocksville and we still have a passion for law enforcement," Ken Hunter said. "The community was supportive. That's the kind of community we have in Mocksville and that's the looking forward to going back to work for." They were asked about ing to a department where there are still officers who they had issues with in the past and who had testified in court. Robert Elliot and all three officers said there had been many in the depart- ment who were aligned with them, but who had not been "supportive. "We can't thank Medlin said he didn't feel any resentment about what had happened. He said Speaker Newt Gingrich Endorses Davie's Own Julia Howard for Congress! ssues it had been a long and pain- Michael Elliot called them ful ordeal, but that the end brave for being willing to result was whut they hoped, risk their careers for the "We started the process public good, because we knew there were "The defendants (Cook and Bralley) knew about the call and this knowledge caused them to terminate the three officers," Elliot told the jury. "These three men are not here by choice *ard to of witnesses trash their rep; Utations." Elliot noted that the evi- dence was indicative of the fact that Cook had a pat- tern of behavior regarding anyone who questioned his authority. "The simple truth ithin the department - we-saw it on a daily basis utation, as well as our own were taking « hit." He said he docs not know the new police chief (Todd Pcnley) but looks f< meeting him. Robert Elliot said it would be up to the trial statement would take place. "But we're ready to go back to work," Donathan said. "We want to serve the community we love." Hunter who had been in law enforcement for 27 is that there were no other officers." He reminded the jury that "any furthei SBI Agent Paula Carson dealt with s- ed, was within three years of testified that she received a reaching the 30-year retire- call from the Raleigh office ment age set by the Town of on Dec. 21 and wa; Mocksville. the call to the goven ficc in regard to atlcgatic of corruption in the MotTts- ** *HC iflso Temindetf Ihcm ' villc Police Department, that while there had been She then provided the num- ber for the disposable cell "I do want to get my "30 years in', 6*ut f also"want to be able to stay until I'm ready to walk out the door," Hunter said. number. She testified that an assistant informed her that the detail on the cell phones of three other officers was missing. One of those phones being Hunter. That was the alleged reason for the calls made to Sprint." It was the plaintiff's con- tention that Bralley already knew Medlin and Donathan were associated with the call to the governor's office and the detail she was seeking was whether Hunter could also be tied to the phone. Elliot referenced Cook's written statement posted on the morning of Dec. 29 stat- ing that "it was without joy," he was terminating Hunter, Medlin and Donathan. It went on to say that umors will be ftly." That, Elliot pointed out ie jury, was clearly a refer- told of ence to the allegations that of- had been made in the call to the gov testimony about other offi- naking A significant portion of phone and the information plaints about Hunter, neither the testimony over the eight about the corruption allega- Bralley or Cook ever asked days of the trial dealt with tions to Agent DJ. Smith. Hunter for his side. "They mpact of a termination, the SBI officer stationed in especially who feel \a\ a "calling." The offii ing it difficult i individuals Davie County. From there the infor- mation went to the Davie County Sheriff's office in an effort to track down the:ak, tes- tified to the trauma of losing caller. Chris Shuskey with they loved. Their the Davie Sheriff's office 2 the number with : at the Depart- i provided then share took the word of those who were complaining about their supervising officer, but never spoke to him," Elliot stated. "And look at the way the three men were fired," he continued. "Medlin pulls into the parking lot and sees a locksmith's van. In- side he finds his office door standing open and inside everything has been turned upside down. He's escorted to Cook, who docs not look at him, but stares out the window and then shoves the ;he anonymous termination letter across the desk. When Medlin asked why he's being terminated, Cook said he does have to tell him anything." The attorney insisted this was not the behavior of the man who had never fired anyone else despite evidence of serious miscon- duct, but instead someone was in- acting in anger. tracing He referred to a memo 'ith that detailing all of the corn- right and taking what they Tracfone," Elliot said. plaints and issues Cook felt was their only remain- He reminded the jury that had with the three officers ing option." Turrentine was in the mid- over the years and which die of all of this "but testi- he claimed had escalated by fied he could not remember the end of 2011. much. He didn't quite deny "But that memo was put , Robert Elliot noted. it," Elliot noted, just that he together by Major Mat """TH"'r " thews after the fact ... after wives, and in the case of Hunter his daughter, talked Nelson Turrenti about the hardships and the Mocksville Polio changes these three men had ment, who in tui experienced. the number to the depart- "the good Lord. He wasn't tant and another detective, just there for us yesterday This was all alleged to have (when the verdict was re- happened in an effort to turned), but He's been with track do\\ us thoughout all of this." caller. Medlin said, "The saying Elliot said in his testimo- is that God doesn't put more ny, Shuskey had been fort li- on you thnn you can handle, coming that he provided the so I guess He thinks I'm number to Turrentine and pretty stout." Both plaintiffs' attorneys often referred to the fact that these were "extraordi- nary and decorated police officers with unblemished records, who had been do- ing what they thought edge in the community that someone had made allega- tions against Cook. "He shared suspicious that Ken Hunter was in- volved based on tracing :alls associated That option was to seek lUtsidc help in getting an in- estigatiou into the depnrt- 1. >nlyHe stressed that the only couldn't recall. 'estigation that Cook and He also reminded the the three officers were ter illey had ever undertaken jury that Turrentine testi- minated," the attorney said" who made fied that if he had informa- "These officers weren't orwprnnr's tion about allegations being fired for being late or BO- OS made. Chief Cook and Ma- ing out of town for lunch - jor Daniel Matthews would or turning in reports late " have expected him to report Elliot told the jury ••The'v thattothem. were ured ^^ As far as Bralley's in- volvement, Michael Elliot said it was important to re- iber that the telephone to find out the call to the office. He said there v an extensive investigation launched by the department after the termination in re- gards to accusations that Medlin had taken two lap- tops. "He absolutely did not take a department laptop and the second computer did not belong to the de- partment," Elliot said. He continued, saying thai the SBI was called in and when Medlin was interviewed by agents, it was determined there was no basis for these the bill, she already knew cause allegations." of Medlin's and Donaihan's In bis closing statement, phone calls to the Tracfone Cook ibout thatand Bralley kne^ call." Robert Elliot also spoke jury prior to their re- —id said the courtsrecords for December were tiring in an invoice dated Dec. 27. had a lot to say"abTut whis" It was normally a few tleblowers over ih<- vj,,,,,. i_. i f ., - _ . M "ic years iced to be protect-days later before that bill and their was received by the Town: ed of Mocksville." Elliot "-All cases are import said. "But we know that ant, Robert Elliot saidTbut especially so fae- t^sed on the !st on Dec. 27. before she had this Defense Continued From Page 1 Davie County, and that he came into the police station with a scrap of paper," Van Hoy said. "That's their theo- ry - that (Nelson) Turrentine (with the Mocksville Police Department) gave the num- ber to Bralley and that she got the phone records. So this grand conspiracy would have had to take place and it would have involved about 10 people." Van Hoy stressed that other than the plaint iff a and his clients, no one else had a financial stoke in the case lie.' Michael Elliot in his closing had argued against the "coincidence" of all three men being fired on the same day. Cook had tes- tified that it was simply a coincidence based on a re- quest from Town Attorney Hank Van Hoy that all three be done together. The rea- son given was the Hank Van Hoy was preparing for a big trial and didn't have time to handle them separately. Elliot did not see this as a legitimate reason. Defense counsel argued that Bralley, in doing her due diligence, had wanted the town's attorney's input on the matter and that's the reason for action taken on the same day. Philip Van Hoy also ar- gued that the circumstan- tial evidence in the case "does not hold together" and he asked the jurors to "ask yourself 'what makes sense.'" He said SB1 Agent D J. Smith was not called as a witness and that was an obvious omission. He also said it wasn't Bralley who reviewed the phone bill, but her assistant. He said the officers who had been alleged to be in- volved in incidents involv- ing alcohol, drug use and criminal activities, had re- signed knowing they were going to be terminated. The defense attorney also said he found the testi- mony regarding Hunter al- lowing a subject who came not be considered since his to the police station with credibility had already been illegal drugs to leave with lost. "There are no laws that them, was significant. you have to document- Bral- "Tucker, the hired gun" ley did document, but Cook (referring to Melvin Tuck- did not." er. the expert police witness He reminded the jury called by the plaintiffs, said that Donathan had gotten a it was okay with him if the job with another police de- police let someone leave partment after he was ter- with drugs to try and sell minated, but he voluntarily elsewhere. That undercuts left that position. He said everything else he's said," Medlin had a chance to at- Van Hoy argued. tend the police academy in Tucker, who had been Winston-Salem, where he tendered to the court as an would have received a sal- expert in police procedures, ary while training, "but he had said it was a case of didn't even bother to check judgment. He said that since and find that out." the individual had brought He also reminded jurors the small vials of synthetic that claims of Cook drink- marijuana into the police ing on the job or having an department to determine if alcohol problem had not they were in fact illegal, he been substantiated, would not have found there "It was the restructuring to be any intention of crimi- of the police department that nal activity. was Hunter's motivation foi Van Hoy also referenced Tucker repeatedly stressing the importance of docu- what the •ee officers did Hoy surmised. 'His star was falling. If that mentation. "His statement happened, it would affect that if it wasn't document- Jerry Medlin and Rick Do- ed it didn't happen," should nathan. Why did these offi- cers make these false allega- tions?" Van Hoy asked, then answering his own question stated, "because Hunter's star was declining. He had been next in line to be po- lice chief after Cook, and now he had been relieved of his supervisory duties. The false allegations were all about his becoming the next police chief." Even if the defendants had any knowledge of a call to the governor, the defense attorney said there were still plenty of valid reasons why the officers were rightly ter- minated. He stressed that charged related to any alle- gations had never been filed against Cook. "Don't reward false alle- gations," Van Hoy urged the jury. "To answer anything but 'no' to the question (of their termination being the result of a phone call to the governor) would be just that." He said the vindication rendered should be for Cook and Bralley. After the plaintiffs rested their case, the defense at- torneys had moved for dis- missal of the charges based on the fact that there had been no direct evidence that either Cook or Bralley had any knowledge of the call to the governor's office and therefore the terminations could not have been the result of free speech viola- tions. "There is no basis for the jury to decide this case based on the evidence pre- sented," Patrick Flanagan argued. In objection to the mo- tion, the plaintiffs' attorney argued the circumstantial evidence was compelling and Judge Thomas Schro- eder, said he would reserve his decision on the motion at that time and allow testi- mony to continue. The motion was renewed at the close of the defense's portion of the trial, but at that point. Judge Schroeder rejected the defense motion and allowed the case to go to the jury. Officers ... Continued From Page 6 Amendment. If you send a loud message in your ver- dict that the 1st Amendment is alive and well, it will be heard far beyond this court- room." In their closing argu- ments, die defense said the plaintiff's case involved a conspiracy theory that would have involved many people, and that mere was no evidence that either Cook or Bralley knew of that call. In rebuttal. Elliot f said witnesses had^proyided " that vital Imk to the two de-" fendants. "The only conspiracy here was to deny knowledge of the call." Elliot said just because Cook and Bralley said they didn't know of the call, was not evidence that they didn't the ment Association firing pay that would be due them freedom of speech is more Elliot said the searches range after Allen wanted an in the future if they had been than a sign on the wall. Ring One of the plaintiffs con- of the offices, the fact that accounting of funds from a allowed to continue at their the bell so that no other gov- cems reported in the call to Cook had the data off their fund-raiser while Matthews jobs. This was based on the eminent official will ignore the governor's office was cell phones downloaded was treasurer. work of a Certified Public the li that Cook was drinking (something never done be- A witness had been sub- while on duty and in uni- fore except from phones of poenaed to bring all 2011 form. Elliot reminded the criminals), the unwilling- DCLEA meeting minutes, jury that while others had ness to look the officers in The November meeting was denied knowing or hear- the eye or verbally explain reference in the letter to Al- ing from anyone about a why he was terminating len from Cook telling him drinking problem, Bral- them spoke Cook's anger. he could no longer be or ley did testify that she had "He was angry because their property. work of a Certified Public the law like Robert Cook Accounting with experience and Christine Bralley did." in this type of financial eval- He concluded: "1 think there could be a positive re- sponse from the town coun- cil in Mocksville to this verdict. Instead of fighting nymore, what they can lation. He also reviewed the re- sults of the psychological evaluations and testimony from both the former offi- heard from a former police he found out about the call." Cook's letter stated mat Heasked the jury to render do is look inwardly and see hat happened and set up H id Cook and Mat- at that meeting, there had verdict that would be heard some protections for people had shown a tendency been a motion to ban Allen and provide vindication. who come forward. That," "Let the bell ring out - he said, "would be a great much like the Liberty-Bell - • positive-Response-.*.* — -. .„ for the 1st Amendment and Michael Elliot said the these extraordinary officers, outcome of the trial should Robert Elliot went over Ring a bell that says they are also be viewed as not only the damaged due the offi- going home as heroes." El- beneficial to the plaintiffs. chief that he had seen Cook drinking on duty. He reiterated that the and propensity to react bad- and the vote had been unai 'Sprint phone records"show- Iy to any criticizing of their* imdus. No ntmurcS from ing tics to Medlin and Don- authority. November meeting we athan's cell phones and the Another example was ever found. Tracfone number had come Cook's letter to Jeff Allen from Bralley, "and as was head of the hunter education pointed out by my co-coi she* had gotten the invoice in Davie County Law Enforce- since the terminations and ty and let people know that proud of these three m- program for the school sys- cers based on their loss of Hot stressed. "This will re- but also the town itself. we tern, banning him from the compensation and benefits store pride in the communi- "Mocksville ought to be Sheriff: Hunter Has Reputation As Dishonest Cop By Lynn Hall Enterprise Record jury in the federal court- about him and he wanted to had sworn Cook in as a re- house in Winston-Salem. meet with Cook and Stokes, serve deputy with the DCS Stokes, who has been "Wasn't there a meed Davie County Sheriff Davie County Sheriff since Andy Stokes took the stand his election in 2006, added on behalf of the defense in the wrongful termination case of three Mocksville police officers in 2011 and testified that Ken Hunter had the reputation of being a "dishonest cop." Stokes said Hunter, who was terminated by the for- mer Police Chief Robert Cook, was suspected of passing information to drug dealers and that he "didn't trust him," Stokes told the that "mis was Ken's reputa- tion as early as the 1990s." Under cross examina- tion. Stokes was asked if the his opinion of Ken Hunter was based on any personal knowledge, and he said it He was asked whether he remembered Hunter go- ing to Chief Cook in 2006 stating that someone in the Davie County Sheriff's of- fice was spreading rumors after he became the admin- istrative chief of police. "This was so he would have the power to make arrests," Stokes said. Cook had not completed the Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) that is noi the Mocksville Police Station and didn't you tell Hunter you would get the rumors stopped?" "I don't recall." Stokes replied. The sheriff testified that , . .. _ he and Cook were friends required for certification of but not arresting him. He and that they met for break- law enforcement officers. It said the reporter mentioned was why he was hired only as an administrative chief in training as he had promised when hired as chief. Cook had testified earlier that he knew he would not be able to pass the physical portion of mat training. Stokes testified that he had been called in the fall of 2011 about a Davie dep- uty stopping Cook for DWI st three times a week. Hi said he has known Cook since 1970. He said they Mocksville. used to hunt and fish togeth- In January of 2011 it er, but they have not done that for years. Stokes testified that he Bralley: Almost 40 Years With Town „_..'....,. Rmllou nnrf Cnok were lone list of reasons why Ken that Cook had an issue withBy Lynn Hall Enterprise Record Smiley and Cook were long list of reasons why Ken that Cook had fi federal court accused of Hunter, Jerry Medlin and alcohol, 'iolating the free speech Rick Donathan had been The town manager re- Christine Bralley has rights of the officers under fired on Dec. 29, and repeat- sponded no. spent almost 40 years as the 1st Amendment. The cdly denied knowledge of a She later confirmed un- arT employee of the Town Town of MocksviUe was phone call and corruption der quesuomng by plain- of Mocksville. She worked sued under state law for allegations. tiffs' attorney Robert Elliot her way from an internship the same infringement. The Bralley did admit that that she hod been contact- in 1977 while soil in high charges were tied to the offi- she had received a letter ed by a former police chief chSId, towr!!s top Ob cerfmaking an anonymous from Medlin in 2009 with who^reported seeing Cook as manager in 2002. call to the governor's office concerns of mismanage- dnnkmg while wearing his It was her ultimate po- in December 2011 in regard ment and Cook's issues with sition of authority over the to concerns of corruption alcohol. She also testified to hirine and firing of town within the Mocksville PC- conversations with Hunter employees that entangled lice Department. The offi- and Donathan in regard to is of leadership something about a firing over the incident, "and I knew I hadn't fired any- one. That's when I knew it wasn't true." The defense attorney :ompleted the BLET asked Stokes if he had ever heard that Cook at a prob- lem with alcohol and he said he had not and that he'd never heard that he drank on duty. "Have you ever seen him under the influence of noted that Cook resigned from the DCS since he had not alcohol?" ask Phil Van Hoy. "I have not." Stokes also agreed with the testimony of other wit- nesses regarding money from a Davie County Law Enforcement Association fund-raiser that concerns hadn't been about missing money, but rather if the best use had been made of those funds. Stokes was asked if Jerry Medlin had a good reputa- tion within the DCS and he said that he did. When asked about Rick Donathan, it was noted that Stokes, like Do- nathan, had also responded to a fire at a local assisted living facility in 20O7 and helped save lives. "I was there." he said, "but I didn't save any lives. Rick Donathan did." her in a that will now cost the town in excess of $4 million. One of the defendants in the wrongful termination of three police officers, Bralley was ordered to pay each of the plaintiffs in the case pu- nitive damages of S10JXX). Her personal liability weapon. After the letter in 2009, Medlin found himself de- moted by Cook from detec- cers weVe hoping to insti- the department. She dis- tive to patrol. Bralley told gate an investigation by an agreed with their testimo- the court that she had dis- outside agency. nies that nothing had been cussed the letter with sev- " done, and instead, said she era! town board members had investigated. In the case and with Cook. She said it of most of their allegations, she said she had found no evidence to substantiate the As to allegations that firstBralley was die witness for the defense on Monday, May 9, and testi- fied that she did not know of the phone call or of any alle- gations of corruption under Cook's leadership of the po- 01 t«t.juu i* small change lice department. Therefore. Cook had been seen drink- ^mrared to the millions without that knowledge, the ing and even intoxicated of dollars to be paid by terminations had nothing while or town government, to do with free speech and form.Bralley's attorney asked Please See Officers-1 Cook, was also nitive damages i pay pu- i the same Her co-defendant. Robert were only the result of per- Patrick Flanag; formance J55"*« if she had ever The town manager, along Cook drinking on the job w iih Cook, testified to a or beard of any complaints 'as her operating procedure to talk with supervisors, but not to include the name of the _person making the com- plaint. However, she did say that she knew Medlin had been demoted. "I don't remember a call from Cook. I believe I heard it from Jexry," Bralley testi- fied. She said she r""gra"'fl PI ease See B rail ey - Pmge 8 3 M ITH EXC AVATIN G, LLC THE RIGHT TOOLS FOR THE JOB! | Storm Damage Clean Up and Removal Hauling - yravcl. cmihfd stone, mukti.und. lopwii. 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He testified to a close re- lationship with then Police Chief Robert Cook, both professionally and person- ally, and informed the court that when Cook told him of the reorganization of the de- partment Cook said it was because he could no longer "trust" Ken Hunter. Matthews agreed that neither he nor Cook gave written evaluations or kept written records of disciplin- ary actions. Asked about that, Matthews admitted he had attended classes where the importance of documen- tation had been addressed. but when he shared that with the chief. Cook had not been interested. "Did you verbally coun- sel?" defense attorney Pat- rick Flanagan asked. "Yes." The defense also pointed out that there is nothing stal- utorily that requires written documentation. Flanagan asked Mat- thews if he ever received complaints about Chief officer said he had not. He said it was only after the chief's retirement that there was a mention of a drinking problem. Matthews was taken through a review of com- plaints he and Cook had with the three terminated of- ficers, including the "trust" issue. "The chief and I didn't recollect things the same as Hunter," Matthews said in regard to a dispute over what had happened at an earlier departmental meet- ing. He was asked if he and Cook had taken notes, and he said they had not. He agreed Hunter had taken notes. Matthews testified that officers had come to him with complaints about Hunter (who was their su- pervisor) . One of those . making allegations was Stu- art Shore. He alleged that Hunter and Mcdlin were ha- rassing him, telling him he needed to be loyal to Hunter or he might not get promo- tions or raises and that drugs Those allegations were denied by Hunter who was recalled to the stand follow- ing Shore's testimony. Matthews said other con- cerns related to the officers had to do with leaving town while on duty, not keeping Cook informed on inves- tigations and Donathan's being late to work. He said after the department reorga- nization and Hunter's loss of supervisory duties, Med- lin would no longer speak to him (Matthews). Matthews was asked about his feud with Jeff Al- len in regard to the hunter education program and Al- len's later banishment from the Davie County Law En- forcement Association fir- ing range. He said he did have regrets over that inci- dent. As to claims that he had been accepting pay for teaching classes at David- son Community College while he was on duty with the MPD. he said he was doing rifle training that re- quired night and day testing some class times. He said by the time the contract had been signed with the col- lege, and his hours were not changed in that document per the training changes. Matthews testified lie was told on Dec. 28 that the officers were being ter- minated. He said he did not know about the telephone call to the governor's office or concerns about corrup- tion. Under cross examina- tion, Matthews was asked about, a reported visit with SBI Agent DJ. Smith in December of 201 1 . He said the visit was in regard to re- serving the firing range for planned SBI training. "1 told him I'd already taken care of reserving the range," the former deputy chief testified. He said Cook was not in the office at that time and that other than the firing range, he and Smith talked about hog hunting. Matthews was asked if he knew why the officers were fired. He said he did not. ert Elliot asked Matthews about a memo he wrole out- lining all of the performance issues he and Cook had with the three officers. He said it was prepared at Cook's di- rection following the termi- nations. "I used my nates' to write the memo," Matthews re- plied. He admitted those notes regarding issues of concern had never been placed in their personnel files. He also acknowledged providing the cell phones of the three officers to some- one at the Davie County Sheriff's department so that information on the phones could be downloaded. "Had that ever been done for anyone other than a criminal in the past?" Elliot asked. "No." Matthews could not re- member asking for an inves- tigation into a laptop, alleg- edly missing from Medlin's office after termination. When asked to consult his deposition testimony, he reading from the notes, said. "because there was a miss- ing laptop." He again stated he never had the phone number of the Tracfone. "You have testified many times," Elliot said, "that you don't know why these offi- cers were terminated. Were you ever curious?" "Perhaps." "And you can't sit here today and say that Cook did or didn't have the Tracfone number?" Elliot asked. Matthews' reply: "No." Bralley... Continued From Page 7 the 'detective and did not think the demotion had ever gone through so there were noconsequcnces. "Were you aware that Detective Medlin had pur- chased a patrol uniform?" Elliot asked. .She admitted that she did know that, but some officers have addition- Elliot pointed out her habit of keeping notebooks with records of her activi- ties. He showed her an entry dated August 2009. "Don't you indicate here that Med- lin was reinstated with a 60- day probation?" "Yes, I remember that now," Bralley replied. "Chief Cook put him on It was the plaintiffs'con- tention that there had been some retaliation for Med- lin's writing the letter. Bralley testified to know- ing there had been serious allegations of misconduct and even criminal activity against four other officers and that those four had been allowed to resign. She ac- knowledged that she was aware that Cook had never terminated an officer for any reason until he fired Hunter, Medlin and Donathan." "So the other officers were allowed to resign," El- liot noted. "They resigned." she re- plied. The town manager was asked about Cook's man- agement style and the fact that he did not do written evaluations or document any disciplinary actions. "Chief Cook liked to talk to people one-on-onc instead of writing things down," Bralley said. "Did you understand that written documentation pro- CenterPoint \VIE COMMUNITY Iopen house YOU ARE INVITED Effective July 1, 2O16, CenterPoint Human Services will become a part of Cardinal Innovations Healthcare. Members, Families, Caregivers and Community Stakeholders are invited to drop in and meet representatives from Cardinal Innovations Healthcare. Light refreshments will be served. Visit www. card in all nnovations.org/centerpoint for frequent updates. Wednesday, May 25, 2016 10 to 11 a.m. Davie County, CenterPoint Wellness Center 142 Gaither Stree't Mocksville, NC 27O28 vides an employee with a record of areas where they need improvement and also that if disciplinary action is taken, there is evidence in their personnel file to sup- port that?" "Yes, but it's my feeling that it helps morale if things are not put in their files." When Cook announced to her he was restructuring the department in Novem- ber 2011 and Hunter was stripped of all supervisory duties, Bralley said he did come to speak with her re- questing that his responsi- bilities be restored. He next filed a grievance on Dec. 13. The defense attorney asked Bralley about Hunt- er's issues, and she said it was about Hunter wanting his duties back. It was in the grievance filed on Dec. 13, the day before the call to the governor's office, that included statements about serious department miscon- duct and even racial slurs. ' The town manager said she told Hunter the town did not have a grievance policy, but that she did dis- cuss the issues with Hunter and Cook. She testified that when asked directly if he was making claims about criminal activity or racial "But weren't those issues listed throughout Hunter's memo?" Elliot asked. "Did you even read it?" She stated that she had. Defense attorney. Fla- nagan asked Bralley about hearing from other officers that they did not want to work under Hunter, and that some stated they would rather be fired than be un- der his supervision. One of those was Det. Stuart Shore. He alleged that he was be- ing harassed by Medlin and Hunter, because they felt he was not being a good team player. He was supposed to be loyal to Hunter rather than Chief Cook and that Hunter had even asked if he was "secret sergeant" for Cook. Shore told Cook and Bralley that the officers had threatened that they would plant drugs on him. "Did you ever go to Hunter and get his side of the story?" Elliot asked Bralley. She stated that she had not. "So you just accepted it without checking it with his Bralley stated she had not spoken with Hunter about the matter. While Bralley repeated a number of times that she did not know about a call to the governor's office, Elliot asked if she had received an anonymous call in Decem- ber asking if Cook had been slopped by a Davie County deputy for DWI but had not been arrested. She stated the call came late in the day and she had gone home and called Chief Cook. "He said if it happened there would be evidence." She then called Davie County Sheriff Andy Stokes who informed her he could find no evidence of a stop. Elliot referred her to her deposition testimony taken she was provided a copy of the transcript. He asked \f she had testified to an anon- ymous call about Cook and a DWI, as well as a call to the governor's office about misconduct. "That was a separate incident," Bralley stated. "That call came in No- vember around the holi- days. I remember it was the Wednesday before Thanks- giving." "Could it have been around Christmas instead?" Bralley insisted that it was in November. She also was asked about telephone calls to Sprint in regard to detail about the Mocksville Police Depart- ment cell phone records on Dec. 27. She said the phone records were missing de- tail for some of the phones and that they needed all of the detail to compare phone use from month to month, something done on a regu- lar basis. She denied it was an attempt to find links be- tween the disposable phone used to call the governor. The call to the governor was made Dec. 14, the Da- vie based SBI agent visited the Mocksville police de- partment on Dec. 22, the calls to Sprint were made Dec. 27 and the officers were terminated Dec. 29. Bralley stated she did not know about the phone call, never had the number of the disposal cell phone and had not spoken with the SBI agent about the matter prior to the terminations. Making The Grade Davie Food Sanitation Ratings Name Location ~ A Child's World Learning Center Bermuda Run Central Davie Dev. Preschool Mocksville Cooleemee Elementary Lunchroom Cooleemee Davie County Hospital Mocksville Davie County Senior Center Mocksville Davie Place Foodservice Mocksvitle Davie Place Facility Mocksville DCS Cooleemee Preschool Cooleemee DCS Mocksville Preschool Mocksville DCS Pinebrook Preschool Mocksvills Pinebrook Preschool Re-inspection Mocksville Domino's #7485 Mocksville Heritage of Cedar Rock Foodservice Mocksville Heritage of Cedar Rock Facility . Mocksville Mocksviile Elementary Lunchroom Mocksville Mocksville Headstart Mocksville Mocksville Mudpies Mocksville Soda Shop Mocksville Somerset Court Foodservice Mocksville Somerset Court Facility Mocksville Young Children's Learning Center Mocksville „„»«=. ,ui The scores are compiled by the environmental health section of the Davie County Health Department See all scores and learn more at https-S/pubfic.cdpehs.com/NCENVPBL/ 100 96 94 Superior Superior Provisional Superior 97 : Land Transfers The following land ti fers were filed with Davie Register of Deeds, listed by panics involved, acreage, township and deed stamps purchased, with $2 representing every S1.00O. - Glen T. Baysinger and Mary Lynne E. Baysinger to Robert M. Shaver and Gin- ger J. Vestal, portion of two lots, Mocksville, S338.. - Real Advantage Invest- ments to Adam Stephen Smith and Austin Blake Smith, 1.28 acres. Shady Grove, $150. - Helen F. Mead to Hel- en F. Mead and M. Jennie Costanzo, 1 lot, Mocksville, $4. - James C. Jordan and Freida Ward Jordan to Tra- cy Ward Jordan and Wendy - James C. Jordan and Frcida Ward Jordan to Tracy Ward Jordan, 1.49 acres. - James C. Jordan and Freida Ward Jordan to Wen- dy Jordan McCune. 2 tracts. - Nell C. Cope to Tamara Rcnee O'Neal and Rcgina Nell Dancy, 2.5 lots, Jeru- salem. - CitiFinancial Servicing to Luis Gonzalez Vargas. 1 acre, $60. - Rickie V. Crowe and Mary M. Crowe to Matthew W. Ostlund and Kelly Ost- lund, 1 lot, Fulton, $444. - Jerry McCullough and Joyce McCullough to East- ern Structures, 2 tracts, Mocksville, $550. - Dwight Cleary and Sally Cleary to Donald Poplawsju aijd Jennifer " Poplawski, 3.96 acres, S80. - Cedric K. Lash and La- '.'. wanda M. Lash to B-Camp- - bell LLC, 1 lot, $45. - Anthony Paul Famiano to Mclinda Saarm Chandler, .74 acre. - Roy W. Smith Sr. and "" Sh'trley A. Smith to James L. Shilkoff and Andrea C. Shilkoff. 6.09 acres, $ 104. and Jon Scott Woodring to Wade Sherman Bums and Jon Scott Woodring, James ' Haas and Lois Haas, 1 lot, Mocksville. - Wade Sherman Bums and Jon Scon Woodring and James Haas and Lois Haas to Melissa Sue Rogers, 1 lot, Mocksville, $320. - Selene Finance to John Southard, 1 lot, Calahaln, $119. - Harold Loyd Rollins Jr. and Martha H. Rollins to Jamika Lashaun Gadson, 1 lot, Jerusalem, $76. Early Voting Starts May 26 The "One-Stop/No Ex- cuse" voting will begin in the Elections Office, 161 Poplar St., Mocksville, on Thursday, May 26 for the voters in Davie County. Voting will be available: May 26 -27 , 8 ajn.-5 p.m.; May 31-June 3. 8 ajn-5 'pjn.; and Saturday, June 4, 8a.rn.-l p-m. The Board of Elections office will be closed Monday, May 30 in observance of Memorial Day. If the May 13 voter registration deadline was missed, persons may regis- ter and vote the same day with proper documentation at any of the one-slop loca- tions and mav make name or address changes. Questions may be di- rected to the Davie County Board of Elections Office at 753-6072. - Richard A. White and 1S_ Judy A. White to Roger ne Spillman and Deborah A. Spillman,5 acres, Calahaln. $83. - Bobby Ray Gartner and Rachel Boger Cartner to Bobby Ray Cartner, 3 par- /es and Kc- a Samuel R. Myrick - Nancy D. Stewart and Charles T. Driscoll Jr., co- trustees, Ross C. Loeser and Susan E. Loeser. and Pa- mela L. Charles and Ronald E. Charles to Batangas Con- sulting, 1 villa, Farmington, $100. - Batangas Consulting to The Vcritas Group, 1 villa, Farmington,$10O. - Jubilee Productions to Richard Bell and Michelle Bell, 1 lot. - April R. McDaniel to Clinton T. McDaniel and Holly A. McDaniel, .68 acre,Jerusalem.$250. - Clinton T. McDaniel and Holly A. McDaniel to April R. McDaniel, .53 acre. liflin; ial date: June 2. - Branch Banking & Trust Co. to Mathias Over- holt and Mary Overholt, 2 tracts, Jerusalem. $50. - NOTW Properties to Nydia V. Rivera Velez and Israel Martinez, 1 lot, $290. - Stroud Brothers Farms to Kelly Stroud Llewellyn, 7.62 acres. Calahaln. - Lois Myers and Harry Lee Myers to Harry L. My- - James Re nyaM. Reeve: Averett, 2.19 acn ington,$454. - Eleanor H to Batangas Con: condominium, Farmington, S20O. - Batangas Consulting to Davin M. Brown. 1 condo- minium, Farmington, $20O. - Jordan Jeffrey Clinc and Jennifer Dae Cline to Anne Fulp, .25 acre,Mocks- ville,$140. - Lavemc W. Sullivan to James E. Adams and Cathy E. Adams, .47 acre, Jerusa- lem,$152. - Ronald R. Rupocin- ski and Kelly Rupocinski to John Ncvils and Tammy Nevils, 1 lot. Shady Grove, $624. - Deborah Barney Jones toMaresaJ.Stanberry. 1 lot, ers Jr. and Sharon R. My Fulton. - Commonwealth Group - Mocksville Partners to Leconte Equities Group, 5 lots, Mocksville. Claude Horn to First Unit- ed Methodist Church of Mocksville, 1 tract, Mocks- ville. $200. - William David Koontz to Elizabeth Koontz Schnei- der, 3 parcels, Calahaln. - Casey Dale James and and Vicki James, 2 lots,"" Mocksville, SIOO. - John A. Williams to Mark E. Williams and Kim E. Williams, 30 acres, Cala- haln, $168. - Jennifer Marion Tur- rcniine and Nelson Lee Tur- rcntine to Marc Seats, 1 tot, S240. - Patricia Leslie to Wal- ter J. Grctka and Sally A. Gretka, 1 villa. Mocksville, $190. - Louis Steven James and Carolyn May James to Floyd Edward Foil and Ann Essex Foil, 9.5 acres. Jeru- salem, $134. - David A. Blackwell and Pam S. Blackwell to Mat- thew Pate Lewis and Crys- tal Lynn Lewis. 1 lot. Shady Grove, $556. - Stephen A. Smith to Batangas Consulting, 1 S250. - Batangas Consulting to J^£. Diane L. Radcliffe 1 condominium. Fa ton. $250. trust - Harry L. Myers Jr. and Sharon R. Myers to Christo- pher D. Eagle Jr. and Brooke M. Eagle, 2 lots. $854. Mocksville Police The following are from Mocksville Police Depart- - A woman was threat- en Valley Road, it was re- ported May 15. - The larceny of a sun -visor..cacdji-bar *nd drink from WalMart was reported May 15. - A mailbox on Whitney Road was filled with marsh- mallows and chocolate, it was reported May 14. - A trespasser was report- ed at WalMart on May 9. - The larceny of tooth- paste and attempted larceny of other items from Food Lion. US 601 S., was re- ported May 11. - The larceny of money, a laptop computer and sun- glasses from a residence on Pine Street was reported May 10. came into the Soda Shoppc on East Lexington Road it was reported May 9. Arrt'st.s Stephine Bernice Massey, 24, of US 6O1 S., Mocksville. was charged May 6 with larceny. Trial ie23. Arrests The following were ar- rested by the Davie County Sheriff's Department. May 9: Dylan Vogler, 22, of US 64 W., Mocks- ville, failure to appear in court; Caleb McCorklc, 17, of County Line Road, Harmony, assault; Kenneth Gillispie, 28, of Salisbury, violation of court order; Mary Morctz. 36, of Con- property; Shaylena Daniels, 35, of Pine Forest Lane, Mocksville, larceny, utter- obtaining property by false pretense; Michael Jones, 25, of Church St. Ext., Mocks- ville, probation violation. May 10: Shannon Bailey. 37, of Gwyn St., Mocksville, selling or de- livering marijuana; David Willard, 40. of Gwyn St.. Mocksville. delivering marijuana; Crystal York, 38, of Gladstone Road, Mocksville, communicat- ing threats; Alanna Patter- son, 23, of Brown Summit, possession of stolen goods; Samual Restivo. 28, of Pep- perstone Drive, Mocksville, possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver Schedule IV controlled sub- stance, selling a controlled substance; Joshua Penland, 19, of Granada Drive, Ad- May II: Christin Davis, 25. of East Bend, possession of percursor chemical for a boro St., Mocksville. driv- ing while license revoked, hit and run. May 14: Ted McCon- nell. 39, of King, larceny, obtaining property by false pretense, forgery of en- dorsement, uttering forged instrument. May 15: Mikael Pulliam, 23, of US 601 S., Mocks- and paraphernalia; Clar- ence Potts, 66, of Jack Booe Road, Mocksville. assault on a female, assault with a deadly weapon. Sheriff's Dept. The following are from Davie County Sheriff's De- partment reports. May 9: assault. Ceme- tery St., Mocksville; assault, Salisbury Road. Mocks- ville; trespassing, US 601 N., Mocksville; domestic disturbance, Meadowview Road, Mocksville; domes- tic disturbance, Princeton Court, Advance; burglary, Casa-Bella Drive, Advance. May 10: harassing phone call, Williams Road, Lcwisville; violation of court order, Yadkinville Road, Mocksville; misde- meanor child abuse, Swice- good St., Cooleemee; pos- session stolen goods, US 601 S., Mocksville; identity theft, US 6O1 S., Mocks- ville; breaking and entering. Advance; dispute. Rainbow Road, Advance; trespassing, Granada Drive, Advance; identity theft, NC 801 N.. Mocksville; disturbance, NC 801 N., Mocksville. .._ May U: cpn threats, US 601 ville; damage to property Browder Lane, Advance iting threats, Fostall conspiracy, Manda God- bey, 26, of Cabana Lane, Mocksville, communicating threats; Michael Nixon, 24, child abuse/contributing to fo Paso Lane, Mocksville, delinquency of minor. US violation of court order, 64 W., Mocksville; Marisa Johnson, 34, of Oak St.. Mocksville. identity theft. May 12: Manda Godbey, 26, of Cabana Lane. Mocks- ville, violation of court or- der. Matthew Vaughn, 37, of NC SOI N., Mocksville, safe cracking, possession of stolen goods, felony lar- ceny, injury to personal property; Jessica Taylor, 35, of NC 801 N., Advance, possession of stolen goods; Marisa Johnson, 34, of Oak St.. Mocksville. obtaining property by false pretense, identity theft, trespassing. May 13: Kassandra Fuentes,24, of Wi Ikes bora St., Mocksville. hit and run leaving the Drive, Mokcsville. May 12: larceny of vehi- cle. US 601 S.. Mocksville; indecent liberties with child. Sain Road. Mocksville; of- fensive sexual use of social network, Ijamcs Church Road. Mocksville; fight, Salisbury Road.Mocksvillc; cyberbullying. Salisbury Road, Mocksville; larceny. US 601 S., Mocksville; do- mestic disturbance, US 64 E., Mocksville; breaking, entering and larceny. Ca- bana Lane. Mocksvilie. May 13: larceny of fire- arm, conspiracy to com- mit larceny. Hickory St.. Mocksville; possession South Davie Drive, Mocks- ville; breaking, entering and larceny, Guinevere Lane, Mocksville; larceny, NC 801 N.. Bermuda Run; disturbance, Daniel Road, Mocksville. May 14: disturbance. Hodsons MHP, Advance; larceny, Ben Anderson Road, Mocksville; as- Road. Mocksville; forg- ery of instrument. US 601 S., Mocksville; assault on female, St. George Place, female/damage to property, Patricia Way. Mocksville; lia possession, US 601 SJ Becktown Road, Mocks- ville. May 15: assault. Holy Cross Church Road, Mocks- ville; injury to property, John Crotts Road, Mocks- ville; larceny of firearm. Hickory St.. Cooleemee; '^'"''Mock's* " communicating™ IfTreatS, Buck Hill Road, Mocks- ville; emergency commit- Mocksville; assault on a female. Jack Booe Road. 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The charter was signed on March 8, 1976. A building was built at 174 Turkeyfoot Road, and it is now the location of the Sheffield-Calahaln Community Center. The first SCVFD Chief was Pete Smith. The current chief, David Beck, joined the department in 1977 and has been chief since 1998. In 1987, the first fire truck was moved into the new lo- cation at 435 Dyson Road. -Starting in 1976 with one truck,-and tho« -inareasing1 to three trucks at the first lo- cation, the department now has a total of seven trucks. Chief David Beck stated the department had a 5-star Jim Reilly, David Allen, Paul Beck, Carl Dyson, Jerry Keller and Edward Gaither receive plaques for 40 years of service. rating which helped lower Current officers: Chief David Beck, Gary Allen. Clayton Campbell, Andy Drye, Noah Drye and Andy Lawson. hoi rates. He praised the back- up received by Center, William R. Davie, County Line, Lone Hickory and 'Harmony volunteer fire de- partments, as well as others in the area. He also talked about several other agencies that are involved with the de- partment such as the Da- vie County Sheriffs office, ers, to name a few. The department appreciates all the assistance it receives from the various agencies, he said. When the department was started, most of calls were strictly fire calls. Now in addition to fires, they as- sist with directing traffic, cutting of downed trees, medical and more. The officers for 2016 Paul and Betty Beck have been department volunteers David Beck, Paul Beck and Brand! Drye represent three genera- for all 40 years.tions of firefighters. iary helps with the barbecue fundraisers and have fund- raisers on their own to make David Beck, chief; Gary monies for the department. Allen, assistant chief; Andy he auxiliary welcomes new Drye, captain; Noah Drye, members. Meetings are first lieutenant; Andy Law- held the second Monday of son, second lieutenant; and each month at 7 p.m. Clayton Campbell, safety. A memorial table was The department has 37 men on display with a floral ar- and women on the roster, rangement consisting of 15 Join them any Monday white roses and red carna- evening at 7 at the weekly tions. Teresa Campbell meetings. read the names of the 15 Andy Drye with EMS deceased members that and a member of the helped get the department SCVFD talked about his started: Cecil Allen, Neal . role of being in charge of church, Frankie Allen, Ja- David Allen buys tickets on a sprayer raffle. The length between his fingertips earned that many first responder calls. The net Gaither, Jimmy Keller, tickets for $10. - first EMT in the department Enoch Prevette, Naomi was Jim Reilly, and the Reeves, Alton Smith, Hu- and the fire, department, next was David Beck. He bert Reeves, Ray Ratledge, Chief Beck recognized stated that half of the calls . Albert Reavis, - Raymond Edward Gaither, Jim Reilly, received by the department Shore, A. Wade Wright Jr.. David Allen, Jerry Keller, are medical calls. John Roy Smith and Jimmy Carl Dyson and Paul Beck A softball tournament Smith. Stones are placed with a plaque for 4O years was held in 2001 to pur- in the memorial garden for of service to the depart- chase an AED in memory those listed above and for ment. of Assistant Chief Frankie Don Roda, Brandon Mill- Brandi Drye, Renee - Allen. That was the first er. Jerry Bailey and Mike Lawson and Teresa Camp- - and now the department has Fowler. bell planned the 4Oth anni- - nine. Michaelene Unebeny versary celebration. Michaelene Lineberry, and Brandi Drye recog- There was a bounce president of the auxiliary, nized Betty Beck with a house for the children, shared that their purpose certificate of recognition face painting, tours of the _ is to support the fiiefight- and appreciation for her fire trucks, hotdogs. runnel ers and see them succeed many years of service and cakes, cotton candy, music in their mission. The aiix.il- dedication to the auxiliary and lots of door prizes. Sparky (left) gets a hug from Tere- sa Campbell, or is it the other way around? Above, children enjoy the bounce house that was set up on the fire department grounds. Sports DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday. May 19,2016 - Bl Barber On Panthers 90-Man Roster By Brian Pitts Davic Enterprise Record Jared Barber of Mocksville is a member of the Carolina Panthers. Jared Barber of Mocksville is a member of the Carolina Panthers. Sometimes, if you repeat the truth enough, it can become almost believable. This is stuff you could imagine only if playing ball in the backyard. Draft picks and undraftcd free agents were at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte from May 12-U for the Panthers' Rookie Minicamp. Coach Ron Rivera, who guided the Panthers to Super Bowl 50 last winter, and his staff hosted five draft picks, seven undraftcd free agents and about 30 players invited on a tryout basis. Carolina had 84 players on its 90-man roster, leaving just six spots up for grabs. The 6-0, 230-pound linebacker from Mocksville earned one of those precious spots. "It's been a long road and a lot of things to overcome," Barber said Sunday. "It's all paying off. It's been worth it for sure." On Thursday, Barber and the Others went through their medical histories and received physicals. i Please See Barber - Page B5 Linebacker Jared Barber (left) locks up with an offensive player during the Carolina Rookie Minicamp. - Photo by Brian Pitts: Teammates mob Brandon Lankford after his two-run, game-tying home run to center field. Davie Strands 14; Loses In First Round By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record It wasn't supposed to go this way. Davie's large and talented class of seniors were supposed to end their careers deep in the playoffs.That's how the storybook is supposed to go. And when se- nior Brandon Lankford blasted a game-tying home run in the fifth inning and Davie had the go-ahead run at third with one out in the sixth, that's how it looked like it was going to go. But the'War Eagles lost 6-4 to visiting Mooresville in the first round of the 4-A playoffs on May 10, and it was their own dam fault. They stranded 14 runners, includ- ing eight in the first three innings. They also committed two errors in the top of the seventh, which began with the score tied at 2 and ended with the Blue Devils in command at 6-2. Davie, which had son six straight and nine of 10, was favored as the No. 12 seed in the West Region bracket, but the second seed from the Central Piedmont Conference bowed out with an 18-5 record. The 21st-seeded Blue Devils, who went 10-4 to tie for third in the North Piedmont 3A/4A Conference, im- proved to 16-11. "You feel like you lost too early and to a team you feel like you should beat," coach Bobby Bycrly said. "That's what hurts the worst. But that's baseball." The story of the game: runners left on base. Davie had scoring opportunities in the first, second. third, fourth and sixth innings and was left frustrated after all five frames. In the first, Jalcn Scott singled with one out and Paul Davenport walked. In the second. Ryan Harrell doubled with two outs and Mitchell McGee walked. In the third, Scott and Davenport had walks, and Scott advanced to third on a pro- ductive fly out by Craig Colboume. Courtesy-runner Jake Barneycastle stole second to put runners at sec- ond and third with one out. But when the third ended, it was still 0-0. "That was the telltale sign," Byerly said. "1 looked at Jamey (Holt) after .the third inning and said: '1 sure hope this doesn't come back to bite us.' It just wasn't our night to string something together. Softball Hammers Hough In First Round By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record The Davie Softball team's high- er-seeded opponent was barely a penny on the tracks for the Davie locomotive. The War Eagles didn't just win at Hough in the first round of the 4-A playoffs on May 1O. They terminated the Huskies. They annihilated them 12-O in five innings. yie. seeded 20th in the 32- team West Region after finishing third in the Central Piedmont Con- ference, improved to 16-9. No. 13 Hough, which went 9-3 to tie for second in the Mecka Conference, closed shop at 15-9. "It was one of, if not the best game, we've played all season - this one and Alexander Central." coach Dawn Lowery said."We were pret- ty solid all the way around. With us playing North Davidson and West Forsyth twice (each), Forbush, Richmond County and Alexander We struggled, struggled,struggled. We'd gel runners on and get a pop- up or a strikeout. We just could not put them together." In the first three innings against Davie starter Isaac Campbell. Mooresville had one hit and no Blue Devil had reached second base. That changed with the first batter of the fourth, when Moorcs- ville's No. 3 batter. Mark Miller, hit a solo bomb to give the visitors a 1-0 lead. Davie stranded two more run- ners in the bottom of the fourth. McGee walked with two outs and Central, that prepared us for the Chris Reynolds singled. A ground state playoffs." out kept it 1-0 Mooresville, which Davic had 17 hits to Hough's tacked on a run in the fifth to make one. It grabbed a 1-0 lead in the sec- it 2-O. ond, ignited by Makenzie Smith's The end would overshadow one double. of the clutch postseason homers "That was ridiculous," Lowery in Davie history. With Davenport said of the double. "It was roped in aboard via base on balls, Lankford the gap to left-center. That sparked tied the game with one swing, the us. It was crushed." long homer going out to center After Jessie Beck put do' field. It was his second homer of the and the ninth of his three- year varsity career. After going homer-less for 20 games, he hit two in the last three games. Davie threatened to take the lead in the sixth. McGee walked and advanced on Reynolds' sac bunt. Scott reached on an error. When pinch-runner McKay Cham- berlain moved Davie had run bunt. Smith scored on a wild pitch. "We try not to focus on the seed- ings and just focus on playing our ball and doing what we're supposed to do to get the win," Lowery said.- "The girls jumped on them quick, and it was pretty smooth sailing from there." Davie took complete control with a six-run third. McKenzie •ild pitch. Barneycastle singled and Sierra it second and Ferguson produced a two-out RBI third with one out. Aground out to double. Then the floodgates opened second failed to plate the tiebreak- as Smith, Beck, Katelyn Webb, ing run and a strike out ended the K-'lea Parks and Hannah Woody inning. had singles. The top of the seventh left a "Hits are contagious," she said, nasty scar as Mooresville scored "Everybody that batted had a bit. four unearned runs against Camp- 1 don't know if I've ever had thai bell and reliever Nathan Harrell. happen as a coach." The first barter reached on an error. The highlight of a four-run fifth Two runs scored on a throwing wasapinch-hit,two-strike,two-run Jake Bameycastte comes in to run and prompth/ steals second. - Photo by Brian Pitts Please See Strands - Page B6 Please See Hammers - P*ge B4 B2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 19.2O16 Briefs & Dates Ron Kirk Memorial Scholarship May 21 A fundraiser for the Ron Kirk Memorial Scholarship for Davie High will be May 21 at 3 p.m. at 4 Oaks Event Center in Downtown Mocksvillc.The band DC Wallbangers will provide entertainment. Soccer Loses In 1st Round The good news for Davie's girls soccer team: It qualified for the playoffs for the first time in six years. The bad news: It ran into the state's second-ranked team. Providence, in the first round. The result was a 9-0 loss for Davie on May 10. The game was played at Rocky River High. Davie trailed 5-0 at halftime and it never got any belter as the War Eagles finished 8-11. Providence (21-1-1) edged Southwest Guilford 2-1 in the- second round. It was Davie's first playoff appearance since a 6-0 loss at Grimsley in 2010. Davie has not won a postseason game in its 26-year history, going 0-8. Upcoming Games Friday, May 20 Davie softball in fourth round of playoffs (if it advanced on May 17) Saturday, May 21 Mocksville Sr. Legion vs. Concord at Asheboro's Mc- Crary Park at 4 Mocksville Sr. Legion vs. Randolph Co. at McCrary Park at 7 . Davie track in state meet at North Carolina A&T at 10 Sunday, May 22 Mocksville Sr. Legion at home vs. Randolph Co. at 7 Monday, May 23 Mocksville Jr. Legion at Kernersvillc at 6 Tuesday, May 24 Mocksville Sr. Legion nt home vs. Kannapolis at 7 Wednesday, May 25 Mocksville Jr. Legion at home vs. Lake Norman at 6:30 Sr. Legion Baseball Schedule May 21 vs. Concord at McCrary Park at 4 21 vs. Randolph County at McCrary Park at 7 22 at home vs. Randolph County at 7 24 ai home vs. Kannapolis at 7 26 at home vs. Eastern Randolph at 7 28 at home vs. Winston-Salcm at 7 29atMoorcsviHeat7 30 at home vs. Mooresvillc at 7 June 1 at Kcrnersville at 7 2 at home vs. Rowan County at 7 3 at Stanly County at 7 4 at Lexington at 7 5 at home vs. Winston-Salcm at 7 6 at home vs. Kerncrsville at 7 - 9 at Kannapolis at 7 10 at Eastern Randolph at 7 16 at home vs. Stcbunville (Ohio) at7 18 at home vs. Concord at 7 19 nt Concord at 7 21 at High Point at 7 24 at home vs. Stanly County at 7 25 nt Greensboro at 7 26 al home vs. Greensboro at 7 27 at home vs. Lexington at 7 28 at home vs. High Point at 7 29 at Rowan County at 7 July 1 first round of playoffs 4 second round of playoffs 10 Area III semifinals 16 Area III championship series 22 state tournament at Wingate Aug. 3 Southeast Regional in Asheboro 11 American Legion World Scries in Shelby Conner Jacobs with two of the trophies he earned. Jacobs Among Top Shooters In Lousiana DON MARCO'S GRILL Mexican Food and America Traditional Sandwiches Jr. Legion Baseball Schedule May 23 at Kcrnersville at 6 25 at home vs. Lake Norman at 6:30 27 at home vs. Kernersville at 7 29 at West Rowan at 7 31 nt home vs. Kannapolis Royals at 6:30 June 1 at home vs. Concord at 6:30 3 at home vs. Winston-Salem at 7 4 at home vs. Rowan Co. at 7 8 at Carson at 6:30 9 nt home vs. West Rowan at 7 10 at Winston-Salcm at 7 12 at Kannapolis Royals at 7 ISatMooresville at 7 15 at home vs. Mooresvillc at 7 17 at home vs. Carson at 7 ""19 at LakeTJormari at 6:30" ""' " * 20 at home vs. Kannapolis Cardinals at 7 23 at Kannapolis Cardinals at 7 25 at Stanly Co. at 7 27 at Rowan Co. at 7 29 at Concord at 7 30 at home vs. Stanly Co. at 7 Conner Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jacobs of Monroe, La., and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jacobs of Mocksville, competed in the Louisiana Trap Associa- tion State Qualifier. He qualified first with a 93 out of 100 score, which included a perfect round of 25/25 in the 14-undcr divi- sion. Me will compete in the LTA State Shoots on May 20 at Hunters Run Gun Club in Port Allen, La. On May 7, Conner shot 96 out of 100,becoming the top shooter in the youth division and the top shooter overall out of 100 shooters for the JP Memorial Sporting Clay Shoot in Downsville, La. Conner has been competing in the 4-H Shooting Sports for the last two years. Sudoku 7 2 8 1 9 4 5 2 3 5 6 1 3 6 1 6 8 5 2 7 8 5 8 3 9 3 8 4 7 4 2 6- North Davie Middle SchoolStudent-Athletes of the Month March and April 2016 McKenzie Tombcrlin (left, April 2016) and Parker Prysiazniuk (right, March 2016), Edward Jones Student-Athletes of the Month at North Davie Middle School, are shown being presented their awards by Steve Triton (middle). Financial Advisor at Edward Jones. Congratulations to both winners! Solution On Page B7 Crossword Puzzle | Steve M. 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The Vikings, seeded fourth in the 32-team West Region, went 10-0 in the Piedmont Triad Conference and entered with a ID-game winning streak. Their only two losses were 7-3 to Led- ford on April 7 and 1-0 in eight innings to West Forsyth on March 10. Unfortunately for North- west, it met a Davie team that doesn't have a chip on its shoulder.The No. 20 seed has a boulder on its shoulder. The Vikings, who mashed North Meek 12-1 in the first round, checked out at 17-3. "I'm very pleased with the way we've responded in the postseason," coach Dawn Lowery said as Davie improved to 17-9 with its sixth straight win. "I sched- uled a hard nonconference schedule, playing some of the top teams in the state for a reason. And that reason is for what we're doing right now. Northwest Guilford hasn't had the dogfights that we've had. They haven't been bat- tle-tested like we have." After pitching a one-hit- ter in the first round against Hough, pitcher Olivia Bo- ger was every bit as splen- did at Northwest, hurling a three-hitter with 58 strikes in 85 pitches. In 12 playoff innings,the lefty has allowed four hits and not a single run. "She is thriving in the environment right now," Lowery said. "She wants the HEATING, COOLING, RESli SALES, SERVICE, INSTALLATION cx SERVING DAVIE AND ROWAN COUNTIES Office: 336-284-2881 Mobile: 336-345-3207 Rowans 704-633-4777 I'm really proud of her." Although it took a little while against Northwest pitchers Emily Chaisson and Gracen Staunton, Davie's offense held up its end of the bargain with a three-run fifth. Davie missed a chance to break the scoreless duel in the fourth, stranding two runners after Bridgett Tier- ney singled and Makenzie Smith and Jessie Beck were hit by pitches. The decisive fifth was triggered by No. 8 batter K'lea Parks, who smoked a double off the top of the left-field fence. "I thought it was gone," Lowery said. "Mo (assistant coach Morgan Wyatt) was already out of the dugout. It really sparked us. K'lea has a lot of power." The next batter, Hannah Woody, fouled a bunt at- tempt.Then Lowery decided to let her swing away, and Woody stroked a shot to the right-center gap for a single. With one out. Tierney sin- gled on a soft slap to short. "If Brigett can get it in the right spot, there's nobody that's going to throw her out," Lowery said. The cleanup batter. Sierra Ferguson, came through huge with a two-run single to right, the hard smash whistling past the second baseman and giving Davie the 3-O lead. "The second baseman didn't even have time to react," Lowery said of Fer- guson's hit. "We were able to score first, build confidence and keep the pressure on them." Davie could have buried Northwest in the seventh, but it left bases loaded after McKenzie Bameycastle and Tierney had singles and Anna Devereaux bunted for a hit. A strikeout and ground out kept Northwest within striking distance. Although Davie commit- ted the only two errors of the game, it made key plays when it had to. With one on arid one out in the first. Parks and Smith turned a 6-4-3 double play. After Northwest got a lead- off hit in the second, catcher Webb threw out a would-be base stealer. That's why "a lot of peo- ple don't try to steal on her that much," Lowery said. Northwest's first batter of the fifth reached on an error as a blooper fell between diree War Eagles, but Boger caught a liner and doubled off the runner at first to end the inning. Northwest got a one-out double in the sev- enth, but Boger retired the next two on a ground out and popout. It was the fourth straight shutout for the War Eagles, who have 17-plus wins for the third year in a row. "We're the lowest seed left in the playoffs," Low- ery said. "Everybody is ex- pecting to beat us. We're a really good three seed from the CPC. If we played in a different conference, who knows what would happen." Tierney went 3 for 3 to pace the attack. Davie got two hits from Bameycastle (2-4). Anna Deveraux (1-3), 'Ferguson (1-4, two RBIs), Beck (1-2), Parks (1-3. dou- ble) and Woody (1-3) had one each. The War Eagles, who lost in the first or second round from 2011 through 2015. advanced to the round of 16. They reached the third round for the first time in six years. In 20!0, they defeated South Meek and Southern Alamance to reach the quar- terfinals. That run was ended by Glenn. Hammers ... 1484 Hwy. 64 West, Mocksville, NC 336-751 -3372 Continued From Page Bl homer by the No. 9 batter in the order. Oh, and the girl is a freshman. Her name is Desiree Lewis. "She's got more potential than some people can even dream of," Lowery said. "Desiree has been due and I was happy for her. The relief pitcher had shown us thai she could throw a changeup. I told her: 'You're about to get a changeup right here.'" Lewis made Lowery look wise, destroying it for her first high-school homer. "She got a chnngeup, she sat on it and hit it to left field," Lowery said. With a laugh, she added: "I love it when that happens, because it makes' you feel like you know what you're talking about." Woody and Lewis have been splitting time. Those two and Parks rotate between shortstop and third base. "Desiree has a lot of pow- er; Woody is a base hitter," she said. "Woody can hit for power for sure. Desiree is a huge threat on the bases. Both can play great defense." Parks went 3 for 3 to lead the way offensively. Davie got two hits from Barney- castle (2-4), Bridgett Tiemey (2-3), Anna Devereaux (2-4, double). Smith (2-4, double) Perkins Roofing of Davie SAND TRAP! Custom 6ofll_ 50%Off All Brand Name Used Drivers, Excellent Condition! 3623 Oemmons Road Qemmons 766*2233 He lives under just one roof, but Jesse Perkins cares about every roof. That's what makes his busi- ness so special. 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To be fair, Gregory had an academic conflict and would later communicate with his new coach to that ef- fect, but Nixon didn't know it at the time. In the moment, Nixon felt he needed to make a statement about discipline and commitment. By na- ture, Nixon is a disciplinary guy and he wanted his first head-coaching foray to start with a good understanding of who he is, both as a person and coach. "As I began to say that missing a meeting and not communicating wasn't an option, one of the guys men- tioned that Elijah wasn't in the room," Nixon remem- bers. "I felt it important to show that no matter who the kid was, there are rules for a reason. So when his team- mate mentioned Elijah not being there, I quickly said that if he wasn't willing to abide by the rules, we didn't need him.1' Nixon says a hush fell over the room. It was, he says, palpable. "I wasn't sure what I had just done, but I knew I need- ed to know more. So I asked the kid in the front row who Elijah was and how good the kid thought he was. The kid chuckled and just said: 'He's pretty good, coach.'" The kid was wrong. Eli- jah Gregory passed "pretty good" a while back. Gregory Star, Coach Form Interesting Combo is great. Nixon admits he was wrong. The War Eagles need Gregory. They need him very much. Nixon is quick to admit that he loves to win. He has a natural competitive streak that he concedes would get the better of him if he wasn't careful. In order to win, Nix- on learned early on that he would need Gregory. Grego- ry may have missed that first meeting, but his commitment to tennis, to War Eagle ten- nis, doesn't waiver. Gregory is not the most out-going student-athlete, and he can be a little aloof some times. Nonetheless, the two began to work at working together. Nixon says that though their relationship is still a work in progress, the coach and his star now have an interesting connection. They've come a long way from a missed first meeting. "We still won't see every- thing eye to eye," Nixon was quick to point out. "But now we respect each other and re- alize that each has a healthy In two years under Nixon, Gregory has lost a mere 10 singles matches, seven of those in postseason play (all but two of those are to the same two guys). What that means is Gregory just about never loses. For his three- year career, a near 80 win- ning percentage will attest to that. This year, his junior sea- son, is easily Gregory's best, going 23-4 in singles and 11 -2 in doubles (with partner senior Jack Robinson) for a combined 34-6 record. He the regional tournament and he went 1-1 in his first stale tournament appearance. Barring some incredibly unforeseen circumstance, Gregory will shatter the career victories record in boys tennis at Davie. He could realistically break it by 20 wins - what would es- sentially be an entire season for other players. And that is with playing No. 1 seed for almost his entire tenure at Davie. And again, it isn't just a product of having played in more games than anyone, a slat which is also true, Gregory's near 80 win- ning percentage is a full sev- en points higher than anyone at Davie in the last 25 years. "Some are quick to point out the losses, the fact that he hasn't won a conference or Nixon admitted. "But there is no shame in the way Elijah loses. Both the guys he's lost to this year (following the regional) arc Division 1 college players to be." One, Reynolds' Bennett Crane, who happens to play in Davie's conference and train with Gregory in Win- ston Salem, will be at Indiana University on a tennis schol- arship in the fall. Nixon said "Crane is a future pro in my opinion. He may not win a major or play for titles, but I think he can make a living So the level of competi- tion isn't a detraction from what Gregory is accom- plishing. Nixon's praise for Gregory doesn't stop with his on-coun play. "Elijah is learning to said. "He is already a really good student, a great kid and be comfortable in his own skin. He is learning to lead. He won the Edwards Jones Student Athlete Award this year for his work in both the classroom and on the courts. The coaches of the Central Piedmont Confer- ence overwhelmingly voted him player of the year, even though Crane had beaten him once (at that point). He ts just that goo'd a kid. He never has issues with line calls and is a good sport on the rare occasion when things don't go his way." When asked to point out a weakness in his star, Nixon reluctantly offers this: "Eli- jah can be, or could be, his own worst enemy. I say it that way because I think he hns put that behind him for the most part. Last year, es- pecially early, a bad point or a couple of errant serves and he'd go in the tank. He was often good enough to recov- er, but it would take a game or two. Now he's found it in himself to use the difficulties to make him better. People have asked me what I do to coach Elijah, and the truth is, not much. He doesn't need much coaching. And 1 want to be quick to say that for the most part he has figured the head stuff out on his own as well. Maybe I nudged him in the right direction. 1 hope 1 did, but Elijah gets all the credit; he's corned it." Nixon says from his per- spective the bond between Coach Shane Nixon talks to Elijah Gregory. shy superstar and loud coach about things way beyond ten- is going well. nis. Interestingly,the preach- "Elijah and 1 I'-ke each erandthctennissavantnever other now," he said. "He talk about religion and rarely respects me and I under- talk about tennis.They don't stand that much of what he seem a lot like tough, hard- needs to do will not come in nosed coach and distant, best player - more like long lost pals. From NFL teams to favorite teachers, from leaving a legacy to mento- ring younger players in the county, from Sponge Bob to illcge, the two talk about But he is becoming a won- do anything I ask anyone else to do. He takes his turn carrying the water cooler just like everyone else." As Gregory marches to- ward Davie tennis immor- tality, his coach sees some interesting parallels. Nixon, who is the minister at First Baptist Church in Mocks- ville as his full-time job, says he and Gregory can now talk everything else i almost act like old friends. Maybe friends is too strong a word, but the two are onto something for sure. It seems a pretty cool collaboration. Regardless,one thing is sure: Jared Barber at his linebacker position for West Virginia in a game at Oklahoma last season. Barber... Continued From Page Bl They were there for five hours. "We got our playbook and met our coaches," Bar- ber said. On Friday morning, they practiced from 10-11 a.m. After lunch, they practiced for another two hours. "They called it a walk- through, but that's the last thing it was." Barber said. "It definitely wasn't a walk- through. It was pretty tir- ing." On Saturday morning, they practiced for two and a half hours. Barber, who had seven-plus tackles in four different games as a senior for West Virginia last fall, was satisfied with how he performed on Friday and Saturday. "1 felt really good coming in," he said. "I knew what to expect because 1 was at Pittsburgh last weekend (for a tryout). So I wasn't really nervous. I had a good idea of what was going to be going on and what I was going to have to do. I felt fast and I'm as healthy as I've ever been. I was just trying to take ad- vantage of the opportunity." Barber was competing against three other line- backers for one final spot at the position. One played for Michigan. One played for Pittsburgh and was a mem- ber of the Jacksonville Jag- uars* practice squad in 2015. The other, interestingly enough, was Kris Frost, who has ties to Davie County. In third grade. Frost played for the Mocksville Rams along- Jacob Barber. Frost moved to Charlotte and would star in high school at Butler. Then he played for Auburn. "It was good seeing him," Barber said. "I played with him for one year on the Mocksville Rams." When Saturday's prac- ticed concluded, players huddled around Rivera. "Coach Rivera broke us down and said the tryout guys will talk to (another staff member)," Barber said. "The tryout guys huddled 'We're going to have a meet- ing in 30 minutes. Go in, gel showered up, get some lunch and we'll see you in Jared signs the clotted line, becoming a Carolina Panther. Barber was not interested in lunch. "I was too nervous to eat, so 1 just showered and went straight to the meeting there, thinking about every- thing." Thirty minutes later, the man walked in with six names on a piece of paper. "He walked in and said: 'I appreciate you guys, all the effort you've given and all your hard work.'" Barber said. "He said: 'I'm going to call out six names. The names I call out, I need you to come with me and we're going to talk about moving forward with the contract.*" When the man called out the first four names. Barber had yet to hear his name. "I was sitting there with my head down, trying not to pass out, because I was so nervous," he said. The fifth"name ...? "I was the fifth name he called," Barber said. "I sat there for a second, think- ing: Did he really just call my name? Is this actually happening? All six of us went out in the hallway and congratulated each other. Obviously, we were super excited. He said: 'Alright, we're going to go upstairs and start getting the paper- work ready so you guys can sign your contracts.* It was Jared with brothers Jacob (left) and Adam. Barber had just a few free minutes, so he called home to share the breathtaking moment with his parents. Lee and Dreama Barber. His mother answered. "I had told mom and dad around 1:30 or 2 o'clock I'll be calling to let them know what happened," he said. "They were definitely nervous. There was a little break and I called the house real quick. Mom answered the phone and I said: *I can't talk long. I just want to let you know I got the spot.' She was pumped. She was real excited. I went home (Saturday) and got to talk to them about it. It was good getting back home." After signing the con- tract. Barber was handed a No. 54 jersey with his name on the back. The next day, he was switched to No. 49. "1 walked in and they had my number and name on the jersey." he said with pride- On Monday, May 16. Barber reported to work at 7 ajn. He will work out Monday through Friday for several weeks. Talk about a dream come true. He's get- ting paid to play football for the Carolina Panthers. "'We'll lift, do some con- ditioning and then we'll meet with our position coaches," he said. "We'll have meetings all day. That will pretty much be a daily thing - lifting, conditioning and meetings - Monday through Friday until OTAs (organized team activities). "I'll be here for five weeks. June 24 is my last day here and I'll get off until July 25. I'm thinking about staying down here (after June 24) for a little bit just to work out with the coaches since I'm only an hour from home. I want 10 take advan- tage of the facilities and the coaches I have here." Jared carries WV flap. B6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD,Thnrsday. May 19, 2016 ! DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 19.2OI6 - B7 South Softball Closes Season With Blowout Win Davie leadoff man Chris Reynolds fouls off a pitch during Davie's painful first-round loss to Mooresville at Mando Field Strands .. Continued From Page Bl error at first. N. Harrell re- lieved when it was two on, no outs and the score tied 2-2. He was the obvious choice lo take over, having allowed senior and compiling a 7-0 .record in two years. The War Eagles put up a serious fight in the bottom of the seventh. After Lankford walked on four pitches,Tyler Roberts doubled and N. Har- rell walked to load the bases. Ryan Harrell popped out, but McGee drew a bases-loaded walk to cut it to 6-3. After Reynolds popped out, Scott was hit by a pitch to close the gap to 6-4. It came down to this: Davie's No. 3 batter, Davenport, at the plate with two outs and the bases load- ed. Davie was excruciatingly -=l»sc. It-didn't hnppcn.-Hc flew out to center. "We were a base hit ft having a new ballgame," Byerly said. "But it wasn't our night for it to happen." For the fifth time in seven games, Moorcsville played a tense game decided by one or two runs. It had dropped three of the previous four. Davit Roberts (1-4, double) and the quarterfinals), 2007 (20- had a record that good or bet- Ryan Harrcll (1-4, double). 9, reached the third round), ter. We were in a conference 2011 (22-3, lost in first round with the No. 1 team in the to Butler) and 2012 (21-5, reached the third round). "I told them 18-5 is not ;nent. drew four walks, Davenport three and N. Har- too shabby," Byerly said, in the "Not many Di ars go by. you're j be proud of this moi with the No. 1 team in the You're going to be proud of state (North Davidson). We 18-5 in the conference we're were in if not the best, one in. We beat some really good Campbell, who made his after six innings and 111 pitches. Two of the four runs were unearned, but he got the loss to drop to 4-2. He had a solid ERA of 2.29. Both runs off N. Harrell were unearned. And just like that, it's over for 11 seniors (Lankford, N. Han-ell, R. Harrell, Dav- enport, Colbourne, Scott, Campbell, McGee, Caleb Wallace, Josh Byrd and An- drew Davidson). "It was one of the rough- est (postgame huddles)," Byerly said. "I'm not real good on those nights any- way, but when you're staring at that-many-seniors with— "teammates-great's smiling elaton-Scott following hfs hft. tears in their eyes, it's hard to come up with the right things to say." Byerly stressed positives. At 18-5, the War Eagles posted the most victories in four years. They became the eighth Davie team to record 18-plus wins. The others: 1991 (18-5, lost in first round to Hunter Huss), 1993(23-5, reached the final four), 2001 (18-6, did not make play- offs), 2006 (24-4, reached another upset in the secon round, winning 6-2 at No: Hough. ... The War Eaglj have not had postseastj success of late. They did ni receive a berth in 2014. The lost 4-1 al East Forsyth in >ille pulled first round in 2015. Carly Green did all she could lo give South Davie's softball team a boost, but it wasn't enough to gel past Central wilkes, as the visit- ing Tigers lost 4-2 on May 9. Green paced the Tigers (3-8) at the plate, going 2Jfor-3 and scoring two runs. South jumped oui to a 1-O lead in the top of the first. Green tripled lo start things off before Mauisyn Cocker- ham singled her home. Central stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the first, scoring two runs on a groundout and an RBI single. After pushing across a run in the top of the sixth, the Tigers faced just a 4-2 deficit. An RBI single by Cayla Hartsell fueled the South comeback. A strik ended the threat. South Wins South put an emphatic end to a seven-game losing streak in the final game of the season, winning 12-1 in five innings at North Wilkes on May 11. With eight runs in the first three innings. South left no doubt about the eventual outcome. A steal of home by Green and an RBI double by Mack- enzie Myrick in the first inning and a walk by Green, a two-run single by Cock- erham, a two-run triple by Myrick and an RBI single by Amber Wallace during the second inning supplied the early offense. Myrick racked up three RBls on two hits as South (4- 8) gained its first win since March 1 at Ellis. Cockerham put together North managed just two hits off the South pitcher, who allowed no earned runs, walked two and struck out five during her five innings of work. two runs in the fourth and matched that run total in the fifth. In the fourth. South scored on a two-run single by Jancllc Melton, plating Myrick and Taylor Milliard. N. Davie Loses North Davie endured a 12-1 home beating from Chestnut Grove in the Wild- cats' final game on May 9. It was 0-0 after two in- nings, but the Grove took four of five innings for "Custer pitched good for off with a three-run third and North, and she went 1 for 1 fourinnings.andourdefense never let up. at the plate. Kayli Murphy kepi us in the game for four "Chestnut Grove had a had the only other hit, going innings," Gooch said. "We good pitcher with good ve- 1 for 2 with a triple. Lena had a good season. We had a locity," coach Trevor Gooch Marroquin had the lone RBI. winning record in the county said. North (8-7) did enjoy a (4-2) and a winning season Abbey Custer pitched winning season. overall." Crossword Answers idoku Solution CHAP CARPENTER'S TUNDRA^ SON, IT DOESN'T MATTER^IF you WIN OR LOSE — UNLESS YOU- PONT WANT TO BE EATEN. €>O, SLIPPED IN SOME HONEY, EH? SOUNDSTO ME LIKE AN UNSAFE WORK EWViROMMEW YOU KNOW IT'SA GOOD CARCASS WHEN YOU DOWTNEED STEAK SAUCE! from Reynolds (1-4), Scoti (1-3, walk, hit by pitch), Lankford (1-3, walk, homer). HASMT GATHERED (JUT IN. WEEKS. 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Dayie County Special Olympics held the spring games Friday at Davie High School, and participants ran, jumped, threw balls, played in bounce houses and just had fun with their Davie High escorts. And yes, there was a petting zoo with a pig to hold and goats to feed. The day started a bit wet, but the spirit of the athletes beaming as they stood on the podium to have a ribbon placed around their neck, their smiles as their student escorts reached for high fives and fist bumps, kept everyone happy. - Photos by Mike Earnhardt - CZ - DAVffi COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 19,2016 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 19,2016 - C3 Singing On The Porch Faith River (left) and Sara and Caleb Davis (right) will be joined by Gaining Ground at Singing On The Porch sponsored by the Smith Grove Ruritans on Saturday, May 21 beginning at 5:30-p.m. at the Ruritan building on 4126 U.S. 158, Advance. The event is free. Bring a lawn chair. Hotdogs, chips and soft drinks will be available. The groups playicountry, bluegrass and gospel music. With a long history in the Advance community, Elbaville Methodist Church is celebrating the anniversary of its sanctuary this Sunday. Elbaville Methodist Celebrating History This Sunday ADVANCE - Elbaville items and photos on display. •United Methodist Church In the afternoon music is celebrating the 6Qth-yeor features The Dunnits and anniversary of the sanctuary Risen Son Quartet, this Sunday. The church at 2595 NC It starts at 9 a.m. with a 801 S. got its name from the light breakfast, followed by community. A post Sunday School at 10, and worship at 11 with former pastor (1977-1985), the Rev. Tony Jordan. A fellow- ship meal will follow, with meat and beverages provid- ed. was opened there in 1870, and the community is be- lieved/to have been named after WJ. and W.R. Ellis and Richmond Bailey, using the first "El" from the El- lis name and the first "Ba" There will be time for from the Bailey name. ing, and historical The first land grant was given Elbaville Mclhodist Protestant Church in 1872 by John F. Brinkley and wife to G.W. Sidden. The first deed wns mndc on May 19, 1880 to the trustees of the church,. G.W. Sidden andH.T. Smithdcal. The exact date the first church was built is not known, but the cornerstone states the date as 1882. The lumber was dressed by hnnd ty. The church \v board and had fi wcather- on each side. There were two doors 10 the front in the keeping with the tradition of women. tery was given by WJ. and Dollic Ellis and W.R. Ellis on June 4, 1880. Nathaniel Ellis, son of WJ. and D61- lie, was the first to be buried in the cemetery. The date on his grave is April 2, 1880, so he was buried before the land was deeded. The ceme- eluding the original names of: Bailey, Ellis, Fry, Foster. Lyon, Hanelinc, Markland, Mechum, Myers, Orrell. Robertson, Sidden, Tucker, Waller and Zimmerman. The first official roll is ring each Sunday calling all Edgewood Baptist Church August Spring Revival May 22-25 Chinquapin Grove MBC Homecoming Is SundayA Community Spring Revival will be held at Edgewood Baptist Church Sunday, May 22-Wednesday, May 25 at 7 nightly. Speakers will be: Sunday, Pastor Allen Mullins; Mon- day, Pastor Rodney Barker; Tuesday, Pastor Donnie Chap- man; and Wednesday, Pastor Fred Carfton. Friendship MBC Celebrating Pastor's 14th Anniversary Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, Cooleemee, will celebrate Pastor Ervin Baker's 14th anniversary Sunday, May 22 at 3 p.m. Guest speaker will be Dr. James E. Cook, pastor of St. Stephen Missionary Baptist Church, Win- ston-Salem, along with choir and congregation. Dinner will be served following the service. Breakfast This Saturday At Wesley Chapel UMC Breakfast will be served Saturday, May 21, in the.Wes- ley Chapel United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, three miles west of Farmington just off of NC 801 N. on Pino Road. The menu will be country ham, sausage, scrambled eggs, grits, red-eye gravy, sawmill gravy, baked apples, homemade biscuits, coffee and juice. Breakfast will be served the third Saturday in June but will not in July and Chinquapin Grove Missionary Baptist Church will cel- ebrate homecoming on Sunday, May 22. The Rev. Garry Melton of Boxwood Missionary Baptist Church of Mocksville will speak at the II a.m. service, and the Rev. Artis Campbell of Greater Mt. Moriah Mis- sionary Baptist Church in Mocksville will speak at the 3 p.m. service. Lunch will be at 1:30 p.m. Yard Sale At Liberty Liberty United Methodist Church, 141 Liberty Circle, off US 6O1 South, Mocksville, will hold a yard sale begin- ning at 7 a.m. Saturday, May 21. Hotdogs will be available during lunch. ' Twelve Tribes Of Israel Program At Erwin Temple A Twelve Tribes Of Israel program will be given at Erwin Temple CME Church, Ncedmorc Road, Woodleaf, Guest churches arc invited 10 help represent all the Tribes. Gospel singing will be provided by guest churches. The presentation is given by the Pastor's Aide Ministry. The Rev. Ervin L Hannah Jr. is pastor. chine hours were donated and $15,000 was raised to complete the building val- ued at $25,000. Stained glass windows dated 1901 and contained ed as memorials. The bell 111 members. Among those from the old church was names are Bailey, Car- placed in the steeple of the ter, Garwood, Ellis, Hegc. Markland. Myers, Orrell, Shutt, Tucker, Waller and In 1901, Elbaville was a member of the Mocksville Circuit which included Du- lins. Bethel, Union Chapel and Union Grove. It is not known exactly who the first pastor was, however; in 1904, the pastor was George L. Reynolds. In 1904 the membership was 125. The classrooms were added in the 1920s. The Elbaville Schoolhouse was probably built prior to 190O and stood next lo the church. It was sold in 1925 and the church bought the land. In 1939, all Methodist churches were unified and the name of the church was changed to Elbaville Meth st Church. In 1940. El- baville was on a five church charge with Advance, Mocks, Bailey's Chapel and Fulton. In 1950, a building fund ;hip. On July 8, 1956. it was officially opened by the district superintendent, the Rev. M.T. Hipps. All debts were paid and the church was dedicated on home- coming day in 1957. The old church was re- dwclling in 20O2. The sanc- tuary was remodeled. In 1959, the Elbaton Charge was formed consist- ing of Elbaville, Fulton and Bailey's Chapel churches. Through a joint effort, the churches built a six-room parsonage in 1960 and it was dedicated on May 12, 1963. In "August, 1964, El- baville began raising mon- ey for an educational and fellowship building. The Rev. Billy Clinard was pas- tor. Many donations were given by members, former and friends and on was started by the congre- Sept. 1, 1974, ground gation to remodel the old broken. On March 12,1976, church or build a new one. the buildingone. It was decided to build a new church and plans were drawn and approved and on May 10, 1955, construction began. The Rev. W.E. Fitz- gerald was pastor and the bered75. The men gave time and labor, the women held sup- pers and the youth conduct- ed projects to raise money. With a sacrificial effort on the part of everyone, more dedic by the Rev. George Rudisill, district superintendent. In 1996, Elbaville be- came a two-point charge with Fulton and in June, 2013 Elbaville and Fulton each were appointed a part- time minister. A replica of the original church built by Richard Myers Sr. is on display in the church. To learn more, call 336- 998-6812. You are always welcome at First United Methodist Church 310 North Main Street Historic Downtown Mocksville Contemporary Worship &45 ajn.Traditional Worship 1055 am. Sunday School for all ages 950 am.Weetdy Prayer Service-Thurs. Noon-1 DO pun. ww-wJIrstrrmcmocksviDe-org Telephone: 751-2503 _ Battle Branch Cafe Restaurant Under New Management * k A A " 2505 Farmington Rd. ', Yadkinville N.C. 336-463-2122 . Hours: Mon-Fri. 6am -8pm «• Saturday 6am- 9pm "* Closed Sunday Tomatoes Other FRESH PRODUCE obo avoiabfe , Can For Directions (338)492-2849 pro* WED. ICTOUCH FM. NOON-SFM AXD SAT. &UMOOS Advance Garden Club award winners Joan Wilson and Carol O'Keefe with District 4 director Mary Ann Spainhour (left). Advance Garden Club Wins Awards On Tuesday, May 10, Mary Ann Spninhour, the District 4 Director of the Garden Club of North Car- olina, presented Advance Garden Club members Carol O'Keefe and Joan Wilson, two honorary cer- cate of HI tificates: The Youth Award ing service to the Garden and Best All Around Club Club of North Carolina, for the Flat Rock Middle Spainhour presented School Youth Garden Club, President Barbara Martin a The Rock Squad, for 2015- 2016. The Rock Squad also received a second Certifi- r for o u Island- certificate of honor for out- standing service to the Gar- den Club of North Carolina. Barbara Martin displays the district award from Garden Club of NC. Diane Demers-Smith created this arrangement from plants and flowers brought by Advance Garden Club members. Floral Arranging With A Flair Master Gardener, pot- program to the Advance brought plants from their ter. Delta flight attendant. Garden Club on spring flo- homes and Demers-Smith and artist with a flair, Diane ral design principles on showed members how to ar- Demers-Smith presented a Tuesday, May 10. range them. dynamic and informative Garden Club members Bermuda Hun Garden Club Endows Fund BERMUDA RUN - The ing Program. Bermuda Run Garden Club —„ .The_ garden. chib_.also donated $5,000 to the Da- made a contribution to the vie Community Foundation to establish a new endowed fund. This fund the Bermuda Rui Club Community Fund, percentage of this will be combined each year noke Island in 1587. with other community funds Not only are the Eliza* in the foundation for grants, be than Gardens a tribute to Club President Peggy those brave early settlers. Schuppert stated: "The but it contains more than garden club has chosen to 5OO species of plants. It has support grants to non-profit a live oak tree estimated to organizations that impact be more than 40O years old, youth, literacy, and healthy Renaissance statuary, and Elizabethan Gardens in Manteo. The Elizabethan Gardens were established i/ill be called by the Garden Club of North , Garden Carolina in 1951 as a living memorial to the 114 English colonists who came to Roa- Davic Coun- ty." The foundation gave $132,751 in grants to orga- nizations for 2016. Schuppert presented the year-round flower displays. 2016 is the 65th anniversary of the Elizabethan Gardens. The garden club program May 4 was a slide prc- $5,OOO check to Jane Simp- sentation by Sue Smith on son, CEO of the foundation. "Native Plants." A Master Included in the presentation Gardener from Davidson were the BRGC Fund Rajs- County, Smith provided in- ing Chairs Shirley Cagle, formation on what are na- Bctty Sheek and Marie La- live plants and ho1 barowski, along with en- tain them dowment chair Carol Quinn. landscapes. The Bermuda Run Gar- Native plants have den Club also has a Donor evolved along with native Advised Fund to benefit the insects, which is good for Children's Reading Pro- the environment. Many gram for Davie County, native plants are drought The garden club has two resistant, often need less shredding events annually fertilizer and pesticides, to raise money for this fund and provide insects with a to increase the number of needed food supply. Na- scholarships for the Read- live plants can be difficult Shirley Cagle, Betty Sheek, and Marie Labarowski (fundraising), foundation CEO Jane Simpson, and Carol Quinn, the club's endowment chair, and club president, Peggy Schuppert. the received for the yearbook.to transplant from the to yards, so nursery pi >pa- n-native varieties "Club Yearbook of : introduced into the Year" at the state <The garden club also cele- seed usually landscapes because natives lion for Garden Club of brated selling 762 geranium " -North Carolina. Editor Cin- plants in the spring fund-gated sto works best arc not as aggressive." "Native plants need our The garden club con- rtyO'Hagan was recognized raiser. Shirley Cagle and help to survive," Smith said, eluded the meeting with a and presented with the blue Betty Sheek were geranium gardens and "They are being crowded celebration on having won ribbon certificate the BRGC sale chairs. Cindy O'Hagan (left) receives the state yearbook nf the vear award from club president, Peggy "" " ~"" * ^^^^^^^™ Schuppert. "i""6 centerpiece features a Cinca de Mayo theme; Sue Smith speaks on native plants. f C4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 19, 2016 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday, May 19, 2016 - C5 More than 200 former students, spouses, and staff attend the annual meeting of the Cool Spring Alumni Association at the Unity Center in Statesville Saturday, May 7. Officers for 2017 include Jack Koontz, president; Brenda Icenhour, vice president; Jenny Gartner, treasurer; and Bonnie Mill- er, secretary. County Line Breakfast This Saturday At Salem Methodist By Shirley Thome County Line Correspondent The Cool Spring Alumni Association annual meeting was well-attended with Da- vid Benfiold of Charleston, S.C., traveling the greatest distance; Kathleen Fox Mc- Coy being the oldest alum- nus; and the Class of '66 having the greatest number attending. As our photos show, folks enjoyed remi- niscing about the "good ole Among the couples attending, from left: DeLane and Eddie ('60) Porter; Don and Naom days." ('54) Sloan, and Jim ('55') and Jeanette Turner. Be sure to join the folks of Salem United Methodist to Gladys Griffith, Ralph Church for breakfast from Griffith, and Tommy Josey. 6-1O a.m. Saturday, May Gladys was hospitalized last 21, in the fellowship hall, week and is recuperating at The buffet includes country home. Ralph suffered a light ham and sausage, scrambled stroke and has been hospi- eggs, grits, baked apples, talized at Ircdell Memorial. red-eye gravy, sausage Tommy had surgery last gravy, biscuits, and drink, week and after that surgery Pancakes are served upon had to have surgery again to request. Donations are ac- correct some internal bleed- cepted. Shop the bazaar ta- ing. Renny Holton remains ble for a homemade dessert in rehab at Autumn G for Sunday dinner. Proceeds benefit the fellowship hall building. The Clarksbury United Methodist Youth will host a dinner fundraiser at noon Sunday, May 22 in the fel- Brayden and Dallas Simms show some brotherly love while riding along Marginal Street in Cooleemee. Statesville. David Steele re- mains in rehab at Bermuda the Lord's divine healing and blessings upon these ire hav- /ship hall. Donations will ing health problems. Pray Davie Funeral Hi be accepted. Proceeds ben-, for the Lord's comfort and For news and memories efit the group's Cherokee strength on JD's family. to share, please call Shirley mission trip. Everyone is The funeral for Ruth on 336-492-5115 or email Stroud Jones was held at sdtlmk@liannail.com. Kathleen Fox ('37), 95, the oldest living alumnum attending; and Jack McLaughlin ('50), Paul Bren- dle ('44), and Dick Stroud ('61.) Blnisc Baptist Church, no! icgrass ivited. There will be a bl> gospel singing by cal group "Hazy Ridge" at 6 p.m. Sunday at Society Baptist Church. Church nbert ivite /eryoi join them for an evening of Upcoming community events include a church - wide picnic hosted by Soci- ety Baptist Sunday, May 29; breakfast sponsored by the V-Point Ruritans from 6-10 a.m. Saturday, June 4, at the V-Point Building; and Soci- ety Baptist vacation Bible school June 12-15. "J.D." Doby, who died Tues- day of last week at his home in Winston-Salem. Bom in Alamance County in 1933, he was a son of the late Wal- ter Henry and Ollie Parker Doby. A few years later Mr. and Mrs. Doby moved to a farm on the comer of Doby and County Line roads, where they reared their 10 children. In his youth J.D. attended Clarksbury Unit- ed Methodist Church with his family, and he attended Cool Spring High School. He operated Doby Auto Rentals in Winston-Salem and raised catde on his farms in Rowan County and in Davie at his family home place. A memorial service celebrating his life will be held at a later date. Herman Starrette ('56) and Coach Paul Brendle ('44) to be inducted into the Iredell County Sports Hall of Fame Henry Walker ('65), Linda Ellis ('65) and Libby Johnson ('65). Brayden and Dallas Simms, their parents, Michelle and Danny and grand- mother, Paula Campbell, enjoy a walk in Cooleemee.- Cooleemee Legion Cemetery Clean-Up Scheduled For This Monday \*fe send get-wen wishes Moore ('52). Margaret Ann Shew ('51) and Sylvia and Ralph Many County Line students including Gail Ijames ('6O,) Jenny ('65) and Tommy ('62) Turner, Janie Sell ('57.) Jack Koontz ("6O) and Sonny Koontz '('59) were spotted among the crowd- By KC Smith Cooleemee Correspondent On Monday, May 23 at 9 a.m., the Cooleemee Fire Department is going to pro- vide water at the American Legion Cemetery so clean- ing the brick at the entrance will be possible. Picking up tombstone flowers along the woods and generally cleaning up would be helpful. This will be a great way to honor our veterans and show respect. The end of May is approaching and that means that another year of school will soon be history. The climate we have been having is tolerable and even down right so cool we need jackets and sweatshirts. The one thing that never stops is the passing of time. We can get so busy in our lives that it's hard to re- member what we did the previous week or even the previous day. Days packed with ap- pointments, errands, pick- ups, drop offs and visits make us focus sometimes on just the passing hour in- stead of finding a space to breathe deep and enjoy our day that will soon turn into history. Funny how reflecting on that current moment can help slow the pace and re- veal things of the present that could have been easily missed. A tiny ant crawling across concrete while waiting on our car being cleaned could be a great example. A tiny ant carrying a large piece of go up and over and around with ease as he's on an un- known journey. Sometimes I look into the trees and wait. Wait for something to move so I can appreciate the life that exists all around me. Becoming aware that the current moment you are in will never be again. It will go down in the books but no one will be able 10 live it af- ter it's gone. So. with the end of school coming up. most will bead off to a special vacation spot and perhaps that will be the your arms around the sim- plicity of life and reflect on how grateful you are. Taking walks with your children late in the after- noon is a simple way to breathe deeper and deliver undivided attention that money can't buy. Most have planted their gardens and some are brag- ging about already having My garden has been plowed and tilled but it waits. The time never stops and it's important for me to find that space where I can dig a one-inch hole, drop a com kernel and water gen- erously. The garden will never grow until that happens. The time we need to make a difference in anything we do is there waiting. It's free and attainable; all we have to do is fff]: it out. Contact me at WI*-H-.«JO/- FARMINGTON Antiques E Collectibles Specializing in 1950s era toys and peddle cars .OPENING MAY 23RD 2331 NCHwySOl N (located next to Feed bag restaurant) Mocksville, NC 27028 336-682- 6627 Mon. through Sat. 10:00 - 6:00 - Closed Sunday Davie Medical Center Community Day Saturday, May 21 1O am-2 pm I-40 (Exit 180) and NC Hwy 801 N, Bermuda Run Fun for all ages! > Free health screenings >• Car seat safety checks *• Children's bike rodeo, 10-11 am > Cooking demonstration, 10—11 am *• Farmer-'s market >• Free food, music and entertainment 336.250.1133- OO- Wake Forest- Baptist Health Davie Medical Center me ]C4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thorsday, May 19, 2016 More than 200 former students, spouses, and staff attend the annual meeting of the Cool Spring Alumni Association at the Unity Center in Statesville Saturday, May 7. Officers for 2017 include Jack Koontz, president; Brenda Icenhour, vice president; Jenny Gartner, treasurer; and Bonnie Mill- er, secretary. County Line Breakfast This Saturday At Salem Methodist By Shirley Thome County Line Correspondent The Cool Spring Alumni Association annual meeting was well-attended with Da- vid Benficld of Charleston, S.C., traveling the greatest distance; Kathleen Fox Mc- Coy being the oldest alum- nus; and the Class of '66 having the greatest number attending. As our photos show, folks enjoyed remi- niscing about the "good ole Among the couples attending, from left: DeLane and Eddie ('60) Porter; Don and Naomi days." ('54) Sloan, and Jim ('55') and Jeanette Turner. Be sure to join the folks of Salem United Methodist to Gladys Griffith, Ralph Church for breakfast from Griffith, and Tommy Josey. 6-10 a.m. Saturday. May Gladys was hospilnlizcd last *2f;'in "the'fellowship' hall, week'and isTccupcrat'ing at The buffet includes country ham and sausage, scrambled eggs, grits, baked apples, red-eye gravy, , bi nd drink, home. Ralph suffered a light stroke and has been hospi- talized at Iredcll Memorial. Tommy had surgery last eek and after that surgerygravy, Pancakes are served upon had to have surgery again to request. Donations are ac- correct some internal bleed- ccpted. Shop the bazaar ta- ing. Renny Holton remains ble for a homemade dessert in rehab at Autumn Care of for Sunday dinner. Proceeds Statesville. David Steele re- benefit the fellowship hall mains in rehab at Bermuda building. The Clarksbury United Methodist Youth will host Sunday, May 22 in the fel- and othei Join us in prayer for Kathleen Fox ('37), 95, the oldest living alumnum attending; and Jack McLaughlin ('50), Paul Bren- e Lord's divine healing die ('44), and Dick Stroud ('61.) ngs upon the ihip hall. Donations will ing health problems. Pray Davie Fun, be accepted. Proceeds ben-. for ihe Lord's comfort and For new efit the group's Cherokee strength on JD's family. The funeral for Ruth Stroud Jones was held at Baptist Ch' invited. There will be a bluegrass gospel singing by the lo- cal group "Hazy Ridge" at 6 p.m. Sunday at Society Baptist Church. Church members invite everyone to worship in music. Upcoming community events include a church- wide picnic hosted by Soci- ety Baptist Sunday, May 29; country ham and sausage breakfast sponsored by the V-Point Ruritans from 6-10 a.m. Saturday, June 4, at the V-Point Building; and Soci- ety Baptist vacation Bible school June 12-15. to share, please call Shirley on 336-492-5115 or email sdinnk@lunmail.com. Herman Starrette ('56) and Coach Paul Brendle C44) to beinductedinto the Iredell County Sports Hall of Fame its deepest sympathy to the Lorene Dennis ('66) and Jenny Turner ('65).family of James Donald * ^ ' "J.D." Doby, who died Tues- day oflast week at his home Alamance County in 1933, he was a son of the late Wal- ter Henry and Ollie Parker Doby. A few years later Mr. and Mrs. Doby moved to a farm on die comer of Doby and County Line roads, where they reared their 1O children. In his youth J,D. attended Clarksbury Unit- ed Methodist Church with his family, and he attended Cool Spring High School. He operated Doby Auto Rentals in Winston-Salem and raised cattle on his farms in Rowan County and in Davie at his family home place. A memorial service celebrating his life will be ^•K^oSSKS^^B^^^^^^H Many County Line students including Gail llu,.,^ held ai a bier date. Margaret Ann Shew ('51) and Sylvia and Ralph Tommy ('62) Turner, Janie Sell ('ST.) Jack KoontzWe send get-well wishes Moore (.52) (,59) were spoBed among ^ crow(J DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday. May 19,2016 - C5 Brayden and Dallas Simms show some brotherly love while riding along Marginal Street in Cooleemee. FARMINGTON Antiques & Collectibles Specializing in 1950s era toys and peddle cars MAY 23RD -23-34 NGHwy-801- N- - (located next to Feed bag restaurant) Mocksville, NC 27028 336-682-6627 Mon. through Sat. 10:00 - 6:00 • Closed Sunday Davie Medical Center Community Day Brayden and Dallas Simms, their parents, Michelle and Danny and grand- mother, Paula Campbell, enjoy a walk in Cooleemee.- Cooleemee Legion Cemetery Clean-Up Scheduled For This Monday By KC Smith Cooleemee Correspondent On Monday, May 23 at 9 a.m., the Cooleemee Fire Department is going to pro- vide water at the American Legion Cemetery so clean- ing the brick at the entrance will be possible. Picking up tombstone flowers along the woods and generally cleaning up would be helpful. This will be a great way show respect. The end of May is approaching and that means that another year of school will soon be history. The climate we have been having is tolerable and even jackets and sweatshirts. The one thing that never stops is the passing of rime. We can get so busy in our * be what we did the previous week or even the previous day. Days packed with ap- pointments, errands, pick- ups, drop oSs and visits make us focus sometimes on just the passing hour in- stead of finding a space to breathe deep and enjoy our day that will soon turn into history. Funny how reflecting on that current moment can help slow Ihe pace and re- veal things of the present that could have been easily missed. A tiny ant crawling across our car being cleaned could be a great example. A tiny ant carrying a large piece of bread in relation to it's size. with ease as he's on an un- known journey- Sometimes I look into the trees and wait. Wait for appreciate the life that exists all around me. Becoming aware that the current moment you are in will never be again. It will go down in the books but no one will be able to live it af- ter it's gone. So, with the end of school coming up. most will head off 10 a special vacation spot and perhaps that will be the time to slow a bit, to wrap your arms around the sim- plicity of life and reflect on how grateful you are. Taking walks with your children late in the after- noon is a simple way to breathe deeper and deliver undivided attention that money can't buy. Most have planted their gardens and some are brag- ging about already having tomatoes. My garden has been plowed and tilled but it waits. The time never stops and it's important for me to find that space where 1 can dig a one-inch hole, drop a com kernel and water gen- erously. The garden will never grow until that happens. The rime we need to make a difference in anything we do is there waiting. It's free and attainable; all we have to do is seek it out. Contact me at wivw-foo/- 336-250.1133- Saturday, May 21 1O am-2 pm I-40 (Exit 180) and NC Hwy 801 N, Bermuda Run Fun for all ages! > Free health screenings >• Car seat safety checks >• Children's bike rodeo, 10-11 am >• Cooking demonstration, 10—11 am >• Farmer-'s market >• Free food, music and entertainment X> Wake Forest- Baptist Health Davie Medical Center SOME PHOTOS BLLRRFn I C6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD.Thursday. May 19,2016 Advance DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday. May 19,2OI6 - C7 New Union United Methodist folks enjoy music and food at a fellowship dinner. Sheffield-Calahaln Last Game Night Until Fall This Friday By Brcnda Btiiloy Shefficld-Calahaln Corrc spondcnt Birthday wishes go to those celebrating this week: Christina Prevette on-May 19; Tina Gunter on May 20; Autumn Stewart, Michael A women's social was held at New Union UMC on Saturday. Tin: ladies enjoyed a time of fellow- ship, devotions and crafts. Michnelenc Linebcrry led them in the painting of flower pots.Thanks to Dawn Spry, Judy Daniels and Allen for the photos. Debbie Ijames on May 22; On Sunday, New Union Claude Wilkinson and Ky- had a hotdog and hnmburg- lie Anne Dyson on May 23; er cookout at the Sheffield- Nell Dyson on May 24; and Calahaln Community Cen- Holly McDanicl and Brandi ter provided by the Now Drye on May 25- Congratu- committee and other mom- 's of the church. Music s provided by Music with rage. The food, fel- following couples celebrating an an- niversary: Robby and Jackie Stcgall on May 19; Anthony lowship and n and April ottone on May joyed by all who attended. A!fsa and Kiaire Allen, Michaelene Lineberry, Vicki Groce, Shirley Edwards and Sandra Dyson show20; and Will and Melissa The next Hotdog S a tur- Qff the f|ower potg they painted at the social Gamer on May 25. If you day at New Union would like an anniversary held May 28. Tin or birthday posted, do not Fellowship will sc hesitate to call or email me. The Sheffield-Calahaln VFD hosted their 40th anni- versary open house this past Saturday. There were ac- tivities for kids of all ages, music, free hot dogs and lots of door prizes. It was a fun article (page 10) for more My thanks to Brand! Dry< ill be Men's B hot- 11 a.m.-2 p.m. in the park- ing lot at 1869 Sheffield Road. Donations will be accepted. Women's Fellow- ship will hold a bake sale. Crafts, KayWos cloths and RADA cutlery will also be available. New Union's Kids Night is held each Wednesday ing from 6:30-8. It is for helping me with the pho- open to children age: tos of the celebration. Also, thru 12th grade. Everyone :cttngs t the department are held each Monday eve- ning at 7. In last week's column there was a photo of a young man. Were you able to identify him? The young soldier was Pvt. Claude Shirley Woolen, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Woolen. He stationed Corps sc ama when this cnme out in the news in January 1943. The late Mr. Wooten's wife, Nnomi still lives in the com- munity. Thanks lo John Hill through fifth grade, are wcl- for submitting this photo. If come. The Youth of Iji Icome. The last Kid's Night will be held May 25 before summer vacation. The Explicit Gospel Adult Bible Study at Ijames Baptist will be held at 5:45 The men of Ijames Bap- tist will begin a Kingdom Builders Ministry with a 5hi2UandA™ L^feHorsnlrhaii8 ArTy Hunter DVson s!n9s "Amazing Grace" with the band "Music With A Message." nil the Signal man interested may join Pan- them for breakfast. 5:30 p.m. Hope you ut in Ijames Baptist's "Team Us. Also the Prais Kid" ministry is held each practice Sunday. from 5:3°-_7 P-m- each Wednesday and prayei icutings at 7. Everyone ii ivited. The next Senior Bible All children, ages 3 yeai njoin a-m. and 6 p.m. A small form Friday at the Farm- them to her any Sunday at Team group Bible Study is held jngton Community Center. New Union UMC, or you 6:30 p.m. each ^Vednesday from 7-8 Doors open at 6 p.m. for can contact me and I'll see sions, and music be- that she res for A Store- will be c you have a photo you would Baptist like to share, plense forward evening The last Game Night at the Sheffield-Calahaln Community Center and fall will be held Friday. Doors open at 6 for con- cessions and bingo begins urday at 5:30 p.m. Thi at 7. In addition to bingo, be a dinner and fundraiser in there arecakewalks,a50/50 memory of their classmate, drawing and grand prize. Hope you 'et each Sunday Sumy at Liberty Wesleyanc - recre- WJD be Tuesday, June 14 at: 5:45 Bible 1 vited. Ijames Youth will host a graduation celebration for the Class of 2016 at the Ijames Baptist Shelter Sat- p.m. Donat house for J. Icctcd the 1; The Reeves family /ill be held Saturday, every 10a.m. Liberty Wesleyan's thi new outreach ministr hope to make as much im- rier will be served af 5. The pact as possible in the com- center is at 174 Turkeyfoot munitics and teach young Road. people how to get out and The William R. Davie VFD Spring Fling will be Saturday fromWe join us for a night of family Memorial Scholarship, fun. Other upcoming e- Sweet Hollow Band will at Ijames are the perform Friday at BJ's, and the Stan Bobbin Bond will perform on Saturday. This family-oriented music hall is at 114 Turkeyfoot Road. The doors open at 6 and music is from 7-9:30 p.m. Sons of the South will ap- pear on May 27, and Gain- Care Meals, which ,m Cowden. Funds raised Hope Harvest Project and ill go to the Tom Cowden the Outside Ministry. Pas- Harold Bumby and the food. If you woi events Liberty congregation hope reserve a vendoi Youth to make a difference in pea- the cost of $10 ft:heduled ples- livcs> • Sp0ti cal] 335. for June 26-30, and VBS Vacation Bible School at The department scheduled for July 24-29. Liberty Wesleyan is schcd- The theme this year for Va- uled for July 17-21 This is a cation Bible School is "Sub- joint VBS with New Union merged." UMC. Youth meetings at Lib- Worship services at Com- erty Wesleyan Church are munity Covenant Church held each Wednesday at are each Sunday at 10-45 the tabs;. gins at 7. Admission is $6. She appreciates your help Everyone is invited. with this worthy cause. 1 Melissa Gaithcr invites Prayer requests continue children (0-4) to Toddler for Madeline Lapish, J.W. Storytime each Wetlnes- Keaton, Melvin Allred.Tonh 4 al the Sheffield-Cala- day morning from 10:30- Cloer, G.H. Goforth, Bryan haln Community Center al 11 at the Harmony Public Swain, Jean Reavis, Bonnie 4 p.m. A covered dish din- Library. The children sing Gunter, Lori Dyson, Villard songs, play musical instru- Beck, Bertie Stout, Sherrj ments. enjoy n story, do Dyson, Johnny Naylor, DoJ crafts and have snacks. Keller, Elizabeth Posted, The library will have Rick Swisher, Pat Moore1, Maker Mondays in May Perry Cartner, Jimmy Bair from 5-7 p.m., where people ley, John Henry Reeves, can gather to create, invent Todd Olson, Randy Davis!, and learn. On Monday, May Edward Gaither, Deborah 23 magnetic photo frames Nichols, Sylvia Ratledge will be made. Williams, Joyce Beck, WelN The Lego Club will be man Beck, Hazel Smoot, held Thursday, May 26 at Charles and Greta England, 4 p.m. and Saturday, May Wanda Hale, Joe Chaffin. 28 at 10 a.m. This is "free John Wallace, Elaine Beaur play" where you build champ, Lester Edwards', whatever you can imagine. Ruby Bailey, Peggy Watr Please call the library for son, Gerald Messick and more information. Ronald Richardson. ' Amber Thutt is collecting soda can tabs for the Roi aid McDonald Ho sho will be a car nusic and hi like to ira 10x10 HOWARD REALTY 330S.SafetiiTSL,Moctafc-338-751-353g at 3401 US 601 N. Bring the family and come enjoy some great food and fun. The Fox Mountain Enter- tainers will perform Satur- day at The Korner Deli. Wiley Stanford and the Deep Roots Band will pcr- Submit iterr to brfbai'- ley@msn.com or call 751- ie.Take 7567 no later than 2 p.m. on Sunday. Folks hit the dance floor at BJ 's Music Hall to the music of Midnite Exp" www.ourdavie.com Church Collecting Food For The Needy By Edith Zimmerman -Advance Correspondent The ElbavUJe United Methodist Church will have a special service on May 22 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the sanctu- ary. Former pastor, the Rev. Tony Jordan (1977-1985) will be bringing the mes- sage at 11 a.m. A covered- dish lunch will follow. At the conclusion of lunch there will be a time of shar- ing memories and stories in the sanctuary. Special mu- sic will be provided by the Dunnits and Rise Son Quar- tet, with historical pictures on display. The desire is to glorify God in this celebra- tion and thank Him for all His mercies. Everyone is invited. The church has a project to provide items for women in poverty and to homeless women. Some suggested items are soaps, shampoos, hair dryers, hair bands, sani- tary items, reading glasses, small size detergents and small flashlights and batter- ies. A box in the narthex will be provided. The Commu- nity Food Drive was a suc- cess with a total of 40 bags collected. Food was divided between church food pantry and Fork Episcopal food pantry- Louie Smiley Potts was a Wednesday afternoon visi- tor of Edith Zimmerman. On Friday, May 13, NC Gov. Pat McCory vis- ited Pinebrook Elementary School. My great neice, Lauren Walker Pilchcr, a teacher at Pinebrook, was interviewed. Lauren is daughter of Cammie Zim- merman Walker and Steve Walker of Sand Pit Road. Lauren's topic was "To- day's Digitial Teaching and Learning Activities." She said. "I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to meet Gov, Pat McCory and showcase the importance of technology in schools. My students were such hard workers and made me very proud. I am so blessed to have such wonderful col- leagues at Pinebrook Ele- mentary that are so support- ive and perfect friends. It went very smoothly because of their support." Many in our community participated in the Relay For Life Walk on Friday night. A good amount of money was raised for the organization. Best wishes go to my nephew Jimmy Zimmerman who is a resident of Bermu- da Commons Rehab to recu- perate from a recent stroke. Caregiver Workshop Saturday Taking care of a loved one when they are injured, sick, recovering from sur- gery or facing illness is natural. With advice from a phy- sician or nurse, most people can do well. However, when on ill- ness is chronic or terminal, caregiving can be over- whelming. It can be physi- cally demanding and emo- tionally exhausting. Navigating the health- care system, understanding insurance plans, managing stress and finding support and resources can seem for- eign. Caregiver burnout is a common problem experi- enced by caregivers who feel like they are in over their head. The demands of caregiving often lead to fatigue, anxiety, depression and guilt. When a caregiver is bumed-out it can be hard to function normally, let alone attend to the needs of •someone else. Unfortunately, more and more people will find them- selves in the role of care- giver. In Davie County the ag- ing population is shifting and the number of people who may find themselves caregiving for a loved one increases daily. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 1990 there were five working age adults (ages of 20-64) for every older adult age 65 or over in Davie County. In 2030, there will be only two working age adults for every older adult age 65 In an effort to help peo- ple avoid caregiver bumput, many healthcare providers and senior care organiza- tions are offering Care for the Caregiver workshops. For many, learning iffew simple skills and knowing others who are in a similar situation brings confidence and peace of mind. There is a Davie County Caregivcr Series offering free workshops quarterly, Topics include: Taking Care of You — The Caregiver, Talking with you Doctor, Advance Care Planning, and Being your own Health- care Advocate. The next free workshop is Saturday, May 21 from 9-1 1 ajn., conducted by healthcare providers and se- nior services agencies that serve Davie. The workshops are held at the Davie County Library. Cornatzer-Dulin VFD's Semi-Annual Saturday, May 21st, 2016 6:30-10:00 A.M. 1522 Cornatzer Road Ham, Sausage, Bacon, Eggs, Gravy, Grits, and Biscuits Eat In = Donations only • Take Outs Available Town ot Lawtavtita, NC, (Part-time) Portornra rosponsiblo ad- ministrative work In coordinating and Implementing a variety of communication activities. This position Is responsible tor commu- nicating Town programs and activities. In addition to monitoring media and public relations tor oil Town departments. The position Is also responsible for assisting departments with various commu- nication needs and special projects. The successful candidate should have a thorough knowledge of the English language. In- cluding proper grammar, syntax, punctuation and spoiling and a working knowledge of AP Style helpful. Should also have an abil- ity to research, write and edit multiple types of materials including newsletters, flyers, brochures, media releases, videos and web and social media content, considerable knowledge of media re- lations and community relations, considerable knowledge of pho- tography and video production. Considerable knowledge of web site and soda) media management Work Is performed under the direction of the Town Manager. Minimum education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree In English, Journalism, public or community relations, marketing, or a related field and two to five years of experience In communi- cations or marketing; or any equivalent combination of experience and training. Experience In local government a plus. Minimum Pay: $16.92 perhour. Starting pay: DOQ. Standard work sched- ule Is 20 hours a week, but on occasion may go up to no more than 29 hours. Drivers license required. Pro-employment drug screen required. Background check required. Open until filled. Apply by Application to the Town of Lewlsvllle, Attn: Town Manag- er, PO 547, Lowlsvillo. NC 27023. Ap- plications avail, at Town Hall at 6510 ShaDowfcrd, Rd., Lewisville or online at www.lawisvillanc.nat. EEO/AD A Employer. LEWISyiLLE" MAINTENANCE WORKER The Town of Lowisvillo Is accepting application:; for the position of Maintenance Worker I. (Part-time/Seasonal) This job is n part- time seasonal job with work going through the end of September. Duties Involve general housekeeping and facility cleaning work. Work also involves operating small equipment such as push and tractor mowers to cut grass and other similar tasks In varying weather conditions. The employee may also be involved in rou- tine horticultural tasks, minor facility and equipment repair. Work also involves maintenance and construction work in the areas of public works and parks and recreation. The successful applicant ronment Graduation from high school and some experience In maintenance work; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Background Investigation, including driving records, and drug-screening test required. Must be able to perform heavy work exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and 50 pounds of force frequently, and 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Standard work schedule Is 20 hours a week on a flexible schedule, but on occasion may go up to no more than 29 hours with some weekend work required. NC Driver's License Required. The pay range lsS11.28/hourto$l6.92/hour. Starting pay depends on qualifications. The Town of Lewisville's Applica- tion for Employment may be downloaded from the Town's website at www.lewisviltenc.netor picked up at Town Hall. Completed and signed Employment Applications may be submitted via email to whp0fMns&lowisvillanc.net Other acceptable methods of receipt are via hand delivery or U.S. Mail to the attention of William H. Perkins, Town Manager, P.O. Box S47, Lewisville. NC. 27O23. Closing Date: Open until filled. Only candidates con- sidered or selected for an interview will be contacted. LEWISVILLE' EEO/Drug FFBO Employer. •••.•• - Thursday-Sunday WEEKEND SPECIALS: Thursday (all daj(: Quesatfla Grande Drinfc Speriak on Thursday Friday (Lunch Special): Chcken of Steak Lunch Faftes Saturday fall day]: Children's Plates $6.99 Come Ksit farour DRINK SPECIALS! .$5.99 $199 Combination Specials .$6.29 Sunday (all dayl: ACP Rice, Chicken & Cheese $759 Faccbook page for DailySpecials nuoanMo'DOpmMon-Tlunllfloanviooopm Expfrss May 26, 2016 -195 Cooper Creek DriverSterlO3- isvillo Town Commons Shopping C< Mocksville. NC 27028 (336) 753-1224 Driveway Died of Old Age? Pavement AllBroken Dp? 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Family and friends gath- ered on May 7 at the ances- tral Cain homcplacc in Cana for a celebration of life for William (Bill) Blackmore, who died on Friday, March 4, in Falls Church, Va. Bill, the son of W. Frank and El- eanor Cain Blackmore, was one of the 19 grandchildren wJc!!!nBOyCe and Ina Na>" Th^tanTy^riembers and friends gathered on May 7 for the Celebration of Life for Bill Blackmore, son of Frank and Eleanor All of the Cain children Blackmore and grandson of John Boyce and Ina Naylor Cain, which was held at the ancestral Cain home place in Cana. are dead and all of the in- William (Bill) Blackmore died on March 4 at his home in Falls Church, Va. laws except Carolyn Creech Cain, the wife of John Boyce Cain Jr., who lives in Birmingham, Ala.; but Bill is the first of his generation (o pass away. Those attending were: the children of W. Frank and Eleanor Cain Blackmore Church, Virgini; Falls , came to the Gathering, which honored her husband along with their children: Susan Blackmore Han- Lydia Blackmore and her nah and her husband. Bob, boyfriend, Jackson Kim- from Good Hart, Mich., brell, of New Orleans, Loui- and their children, Rachel siana, and Frank Blackmore Hannah Paez and her hus- band, Tomas Paez, from Houston, Texas, and their daughters, Susanna ham Ala and Robert Ka- Hill, and their daughters. Bill's second cousin. David, of Mocksville; Amy walked that mile to school menz from Boulder, Colo. Ella and Janie, of Raleigh. Other special friends of Cujas and her boyfriend, each day —she always talk- Bill Blackmore's wife. Joining other relatives Ihe Blackmores who joined Ryan, students at Catawba Barry While, of Falls were the children of Grady the group at Cana were: Kit College in Salisbury; Ja- • — .—•-... Benton Broadhurst and her son and Page Tutterow and sister, Carey Benton-Jew- their daughters, Reese and ett, of Winston-Salcm; and Harper, and Joe and Izzy Molly and John Snyder of Tulterow Burchette and Charlotte. son, Joseph, all of Ad' The celebration of life was held on the site of the home of James Harrison Cain, the founder of Cana, and his wife, Elizabeth Amy Frost Cain. James Harrison and Elizabeth Amy Cain were Bill's great-grand par- nd his Ella and Janie, of Raleigh. Joining other relatives were the children of Grady and Gladys Cain Pulliam: Anne Pulliam Harrison and her husband John of Winston-Salem; Patty Pul- liam Bundy, and her hus- band, Bill of Moneta, Va.; and Chip Pulliam of Mount Airy. Also present were the Barry White's i, Ann Graham and •ife, Patti Tiberi, from . Julia Bl; more, from Pittsburgh, children of Don, and Joyi Pennsylvania. Also attend- Cain Benton: Marylu Bcn- ing wet and Sophia, Mary Catherine cou: Hannah and her daughter, her Jos»phin*, .from. Harbor- Asheville, Noru*. Carolina, Springs, Mich., and John A. and Barry's nephew, Paul Hannah for Gilbert, Ariz.; Pulley, and his wife, Mary, Martha Blackmore Atwood and their daughter, Freya, from Warren, Conn., and from Raleigh, North Caro-1 her son. Will Atwood and Una.. his wife Carolina Martins Bill Blackmore's niece Atwood, from Avon. Conn., and nephew, Julia Ann and their daughters, Maya Blackmore, of Stuart, Fla., and John Blackmore of Warsaw, attended the gath- ering honoring their uncle. Margaret Rich Godwin Cana lost a native daugh- married,Thelma lived in the ., AjMothjtr's Da^ luncheon., teji Qji_F_riday._May_ 1$. WjHiEUJ1 lii Davie. conjmu^ was hosted for her family 2016, • by Frances West Tutterow and Luna; Alice Blackmore Hicks and her husband Jim from Kent, Conn., and their sons, Henry and Daniel, and Daniel's fiance1. Jesse Small, and Carolyn Rich Hines or from New York, N.Y.; Ina Greensboro, daughters of Blackmore Kamenz and her Fred husband Donald from Zi- onsville, Ind., and their chil- dren, Rebecca Frost from Walla Walla, Wash., Dr. E.B. Kuhn from Binning- Elks Recruiting Here Gibbs of Wcddington, and Dr. Don Benton of Win- ston-Salcm. . i£athy».Cwi Maaihinney of Troutman^one of the four daughters of John Boyce Cain Jr. and Carolyn Creech at her hoi Cain, was the only member joyed the meal and the day of her family who attended, were: Roland, Betty, and The only member of the < Etchison family who was able to attend the gather- ing was Dahlgren Etchison, and Caroline Steed Cress and her daughter, Gallic, of Charlotte. Betty Etchison West is recuperating at home after having surgery at Wake For- est Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem. ed about her teacher at Cana School, "Miss" Lola Etchi- son. When Cana School was closed in 1941, Thelma and the other 15 students from that school transferred to William R. Davie School. Thelma was always a good student. She was my special friend—we enjoyed play- ing dolls together, having tea parties, and climbing on ^the shaving pile. The Jones family moved away from the area; but after she i Henry West of Pino; Al and Susan Cujas of Cana, Oliver Cujas of Cana and his sister. Missy, and her boyfriend. Thelma Jones nity. Thelma attended Ea- ssed away. Thcl- ton's Baptist Church where ma, the daughter of Frank her funeral was held on and Fetriey Jones, grew Sunday, May 15, at 3 p.m. up near Cana and attended My dear playmate grew up Cana School in grades one to be a kind, gentle Southern through three. Her family lady—I will miss my spe- lived about a mile south of cial friend, Thelma Jones Cana on Cana Road, and she Reavis, a lovely lady. Obituaries and Faye Cain Rich, joined' the group at Cana as did Carolyn's husband, Ed Hines, ^and the Hines* daughter, Meg Hines Hill, and her husband, David The Benevolent . and Protective Order of Elks is a 147 year old non-profit fraternal organization open to men and woman over the age of 21. The Elks are dedicated to helping communities through benevolent, edu- cational and patriotic pro- grams including scholar- ships, inspiring youth to grow up healthy and drug free, support for the home- less, and services support- A charter is being estab- Talbert; lishcd to support the Davie Talbert. and Davidson communities. An information session will be held on Wednesday, May 25 at 6:30 p.m. at Sage- brush, 1562 Yadkinville Road, Mocksville. Dolly Irene Little Talbert Mrs. Dolly Irene Little Talbert, 76, of Gladstone Road, Mocksville, died Tuesday, May 10,2016, at her home. She was born Jan. 15, 1940, in Rowan County to the late George P. and Mary Oaks Lit- tle. Mrs. Talbert enjoyed cook- ing and spending time with her family. She was also" preceded "in death by her husband, Fredrick Steven Talbert; a son, Ricky grandson, Joey "Enjoy the outdoors in worry-free comfort for years with an Adirondack chair by C.R. Plastics" Looks like wood but it's a molded extruded lumber that will not rot, split, or crack. Now Available at Daniel Furniture! DANIEL FURNITURE & ELECTRIC CO., INC Mocksville. NC "Courteous. Dependable Service for over 75 years' Survivors: 4 sons, Tim Tal- bert, Jeff Talbert, Mike Talbert (Stacy Deal) and Chad Talbert, all of Mocksville; 8 grandchil- dren, Candice Talbert, Isaiah Talbert, Whitney and Dylan Talbert, Kallie Stewart, Chris Brown, Cassandra Greer and Matthew Clark; 8 great- grandchildren. Autumn and Cayley Angell, Haley Greer, inna, Jaden and McKayla Conner, Lazarus Smith and Justin Neely; 2 sisters, Jennie Corl and Nancy Lyerly, both if Salisbury; and several nieces and nephews. Condolences: ww\v.eatottfitneraIservice.com. FINE Gifts for toads! 5O%Off Watches 25O3 Lewisville-CIemmons Rd.t Clemmons Beside Lewes Foods Thomas G. Potts Thomas G. Potts, 82, of Harmony died Saturday, May 14,2016, at Davis Regional Medical Center. Mr. Potts was a native of Da- vie County, born July 5, 1933, the son of the late Thomas N. and Fallie Belle Spry Potts. Survivors: a sister, Carolyn Potts of Harmony- He was also preceded in death by 4 sisters: Edith Julian, Betty Rose Potts, Lullia Potts and Minnie Sue Potts. The visitation was held Monday, May 16 at Davie Fu- neral Service in Mocksville. A celebration of life service was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Davie Funeral Service Chapel with the Rev. Carroll Jordan officiating. Burial followed in the Ad- vance United Methodist Church Cemetery. Memorials: to the family or to Davie Funeral Service, 416 Valley Road, Mocksville, to help with final expenses. Condolences: \\nvwdaviejuneralservice.com. Paul Frederick Leatherman Sr. Paul Frederick Leatherman Sr., 80, died Monday. May 16,2016. He was a native of Rowan County, bom June 12, 1935, to the late Guy Steele Leatherman and Sarah Reep Leather- man. He was also preceded in death by a son, Robert Linn Leatherman and a granddaughter, Angie Leatherman. He attended Woodleaf Schools and was a truck driver for Paul Bost Trucking Co. for 4O years. He was a member of the Woodleaf Church of Christ. Survivors: his wife of 62 years, Geraldine Shoaf Leatherman; 3 sons, Paul Leatherman Jr. (Debbie), Darrell Leatherman (Robin) and "JC" Chris Leatherman (Angie), all of Woodleaf; a daughter, Freda Crotts (Bill) of Mocks- ville; 2 brothers, Dave Leatherman (Ivy) of Woodleaf and Evan Leatherman of Hollywood, Fla.; 2 sisters, Willie Brooks (Robert) of Cooleemee and Annie Leatherman of Granite Quarry; 10 grandchildren, Lindsay, Eva. Missy. Dale, Miranda. Jason, Haley, Brian, Shawn and Jesse; 16 great-grandchildren; and 3 great-great grandchildren. Visitation was to be from 6-8 p jn. Wednesday at Davje Funeral Service in Mocksville. A celebration of life service was 10 be conducted at 1 p.m_ Thursday in the funeral cha- pel with Pastor RJX McDaniel officiating. Burial was to follow in Rowan Memorial Park. Obituaries DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday. May 19. 2016 - C9 Marilyn E. Barbee Mrs. Marilyn E. Barbee, 79. of Woodleaf, died Wednes- day, May 11, 2016 at the Glenn A. Kiser Hospice House surrounded by her family. Bom March 2, 1937 in Davie County to Ihe late Bonnie Williams Everelte, she attended Davie County Schools and I graduated from Coolecmee j High School. Mrs. Barbee was homemaker. Mrs. Barbee as a member of Woodleaf United Methodist Church. Surviving: her husband, I Joe E. "Ed" Barbee Sr. whom | she married Nov. 14; 1955; n, Joe E. Barbee Jr. and wife I Amy of Mocksville; daughter, | Vanessa Pyrtle and husband James Donald <JD' Doby Sr. Esther Wilma Smith Cook Mr. James Donald "J.D." Doby Sr.. 83. died Tuesday, Mrs. Esther Wilma Smith Cook. 90, died on Monday, May 10,2016 athis home. May 16, 2016 at Autui - ince County on April 4, 1933 to She was borrs born in Ala nd Ev-I' ^^^HI^^^^Rfll Barbee of M< erette Pyrtle of Woodleaf. A funeral service was held at 11 a.m. Friday, May 13 at . Summersett Memorial Chapel, conducted by the Rev. Syb- il Perrell, minister of Cleveland United Methodist Church/ Knox Chapel Charge. Burial followed at Woodleaf United Methodist Church Cemetery. Memorials: Woodleaf UMC Health Ministries. PO Box u, 299, Woodleaf, 27054; or Rowan Hospice. 720 Grove St., "*". Salisbury. ; 28144. Condolences: ww\vjuinmersettfitneralhome£Otn. Phyllis Johnson McNeill Mrs. Phyllis Johnson McNeill, 88, formerly of Mocks- ille, died Friday. May 6, 2016. at Alamance Regional Medical Center, due to com- plications caused by bronchi- | ectasis. She was surrounded by =r family. Mrs. McNeill was born Dec. 15. 1927, in Mocksville, to the i Philip Johnson and Marie I Allison Johnson. She attended I public schools in Mocksvillc graduated from Queens | College in Charlotte, class of 1949. For two years following graduation, she was employed | by the American Red Cross at U.S. Naval installations in | Biloxi. Miss, and Memphis. Tenn. At the time of her mar- i September, 1955, she was em- i department of Winston-Salem. April 4, 1933 to Walter Henry and OIlie Parker Doby. He was owner of Doby Auto Rentals in Winston-Salem. Mr. Doby had a pas- sion for improving farm land and worked for many years with his cattle on his Rowan County farm and Davie Coun- ty farm, which is the Doby home place. Mr. Doby was preceded in death by 5 sisters, 4 brothers, and a nephew. Surviving: a daughter, Janecn Doby; a son, James Don- ald "Sarge" Doby Jr. and wife Kathy; a special friend, Jacque Spaugh; his grandchildren, Jason Ralston and wife Charlotte. James Donald (Jesse) Doby III. Tristin Adams, and Reagan Poole; great-grandchildren. Marley Ralston and Jackson Ralston; 3 special nephews, Steve, David, and Jerry of Woodleaf; and grand- Bradley Doby; several other nieces and nephews children, Amanda and Bethany farming friends, Eddie and Judy Atkins. A memorial service will be held later. Condolences: WwwJioywortK-mllter\com. n Lee C( Otis Lee : in Mocksvi unty, July 1, 1925 to ' riage to Mr. McNeill i S.ployed by the i Thelma Jones Reavis Mrs. Thelma Jones Reavis, 84, of W. Brick Walk Court, Mocksvillc, died Friday, May 13, 2016, at Kate B. Reyn- olds Hospice Home in Winston-Salem. She was born April 23, 1932. in Davie County to the late Rufus Frank and Martha Fetncy Trivette Jones. Mrs. Reavis was a member of Eatons Baptist Church. She was dedicated to her family and was a kind and sweet person. Mrs. Reavis treated her nieces and nephews like they were her own children and was known to the family as "Aunt Hunzic." She loved birds and her dog, Kizzy. She was also preceded in death by her husband,Thomas Wade Reavis; and 4 siblings, Katy Whitaker, Ruth Jones, Josie Smith and Pete Jones. Survivors: 2 daughters. Lisa Shcrrill (Mark Goodman) of High Point and Cindy Reavis of Williamsburg, Va.; 4 siblings, Johnny Jones of Mocksville, Nancy Tilley (Char- lie) of Winston-Salem. Gene Jones of Melbourne, Fla. and Wayne Jones (Linda) of Lexington; 2 grandchildren. Erin Hamner (Jonathan) and Matthew Sherrill; their father. Randy Sherrill; a great-grandson, Cameron Hamner; and several nieces and nephews. A funeral service was conducted at 3 p.m., Sunday, May 15 at Eatons Baptist Church with Dr. David Gilbrcath officiating. Burial followed in ihe church cemetery. The family received friends at the church one hour prior to the Memorials: Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home, 101 Hospice Lane, Winston-Salem, 27103; Eatons Baptist, c/o Brenda Hunter. 188 Pudding Ridge Road, Mocksville; or Humane Society of Davie, 291 Eaton Road, Mocksville. Condolences: www£atanfuneralservicej:om. Edgar Smith Womblc Smi a member at First Baptist I Church in Mocksville for more than 5O years. She en- joyed taking trips with her | church (Young at Heart) and visiting nursing homes. She was a member of the VFW | Auxiliary in Davie County for many years and was known in | the community for her beai ful roses she enjoyed growing | id his and sharing with fri< neighbors. she was preceded in death by: her husband, Samuel "Sam" Thomas Cook Sr.; 4 sisters; and 2 brothers. Survivors: 4 children, Samuel Thomas "Tommy" Cook Jr. and wife Gayle of Winston-Salem, Terry Ray Cook and wife Sheila of Westfield, Teresa Cook Bumgamer and hus- band James and Tony Marvin Cook and wife Lynn, all of Mocksville; 6 grandchildren, McKenzie, Kimberly, Kelly, Brook, Alicia and Ashley; 5 step-grandchildren, Christy, Kenny. A J., Courtney and Corey; 2 sisters, OIlie Cox and Lucy Kelly, both of Sanford; and several nieces and neph- ing in Tampa, Mrs. McNeill began her Faye Allen Comeri 1957, while In t career as a school teacher, teaching kindergarten in Tampa, Mrs. Faye Allen Comer, 83, died Saturday, May 14, Raleigh. Crofton, Md. and Brooklyn Park, Md. During this 2016 at Willowbrook Health Ci" ; obtained her mi ' ' ' 'n elementary edu-ister's degree cation. She became a retired school teacher in 1988. Afiei /ing in Bowie, Md. for 47 years, Mrs. McNeill and her isband moved to a retirement community in Burlington ews. Funeral services were to be held Thursday. May 19. at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Mocksville by the Rev. Shane Nixon. Burial was to follow in the Rose Cemetery. The family was to receive friends at the church Thursday from noon-1:30. Memorials: First Baptist Bus Fund. 412 N. Main St., Mocksville,; or Meals on Wheels Davie c/o Davie Senior Services, 278 Meroney St., Mocksville. Condolences: wwwJiayworih-mlller^dm. Lillian Ruth Bailey Foster Mrs. Lillian Ruth Bailey Foster, 93, died Monday, May 16, 2016, at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Win- ston-Salem. .She was born Aug. 9, 1922, in Davie County to the late I William Beal and Ella Nichols Bailey. Mrs. Foster was a mem- ber of Oak Grove United Meth- | odist Church. She retired fro Hanes Brands after SO years. 1 Mrs. Foster enjoyed gardening, I working in her flower beds ; mowing her own yard, which I she did until she was in her J She also enjoyed cooking and ] r husband, Robert Strange McNeill of the home; a son. Robert S. McNeill Jr. (Sharon) of Carrboro: 2 daughters, Elizabeth Walker (Lloyd) of Austin, Texas and Ann Marie McNeill (Diane) of Chapel Hill; and 3 grand- children, Olympia Walker, Allison and Philip McNeill. A memorial graveside service will be conducted at 11 m., Thursday, June 2 at Joppa Cemetery in Mocksville. Following the services, a celebration of life reception will born Oct. 18, 1932 in Davie Col Brack and Rene Williams Allen. She enjoyed Dowers and canning, listening to 88.1 Dr. J.Vernon McGee. She was also preceded in In addition to her parents. Mrs. Comer was preceded death by her husband. Char- in death by her husband, John Cyrus Comer; and several lie Franklin Foster; an infant siblings. SOn, Kenneth Foster, 2 sisters. Survivors: 2 daughters, Rita (Tommy) Ashburn and Re- nee Petree; 5 grandsons, Johnny Stevenson. Robert White, Henry While Sr., Derrick McCollum, Daniel Petrce; 3 great-grandchildren. Henry "Vincent" White Jr., Olivia White and-Autumn White; and several nieces and nephews. A graveside service was conducted Tuesday, May 17, at 2 p.m. at South Oak Ridge Baptist Church with the Rev. be held in the First United Methodist Church Fellowship Phil Beavers officiating. The family received friends Mon- day. May 19 at Oak Grove United Methodist Church with Hall. day evening at Gentry Funeral Service in Yadkinville. the the Rev. Sam Lewis officiating. The body was to be Condolences: \v\vM'.sentryfiineraIservice.com. placed in the church one hour prior to the service. Burial Lodena Bailey Boger (Dewitt) and Minnie Lee Laster (Roby); and a brother-in-law. Buck Lefler. Survivors: a son. Keith Foster (Kathy) of Mocksville; a sister, Margaret Lcflcr of Cooleemee; and a large extended family of nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-neph- A funeral service was to be conducted at 2 pjn., Thurs- •.eutnnfun Andrcw J. Patterson Jr. Andrew J. Patterson Jr., known as "Andy" or "Sonny", 78. died May 10,2016 athis residence in Woodleaf. e was the son of the late I Andi I la Ijames Patterson. He gradu- ated from Davie County Train- ing School in 1956 and served I four years in the U.S. Air Force, | from 1956 to 1960. He retired i Celanese as a production I operator, also from Livingstone I College, where he was a securi- ty guard. He was a life member | of Liberty AME Zion Church in jcksville, where he served on I ihe Trustee Board, and a mem- | ber of Men's Booster Ministry. He loved working in the yard, and bowling as health permit- John Harding McClannon Mr. John Harding McClannon, 95. of Mocksville. died on Saturday, May 14. 2016 at Forsyth Medical Center. He was born April 22, 1921 in Davie County to John David and Margaret Griffin McClannon. He was retired Patterson Sr. and Es.el- ^'g^^,^^***11^- M" McChmoon en' In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter. Faye Cook; a great-grandson, Anthony Shawn Survivors: his wife of 74 years. Inez Holcomb Mc- Clannon; 2 daughters, Judy (Willis) Trivette and Brenda Howell; 2 sons. Bill (Diana) McClannon and Eugene Mc- Clannon; 21 grandchildren; 47 great-grandchildren; and 16 great-great-grandchildren. A funeral service was conducted Tuesday, May 17, at 2 p.m. at Gentry Family Chapel in Yadkinville with Pastor Bobby Watts officiating. Burial followed at Wesley Chapel UMC cemetery. The family received friends prior to the Condolences: n > follow in th e friends fron e church cemetery. The family 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, May 18 at Eaton Memorials: Oak Grove UMC. 1994 US 158 E., Mocks- ville. Condolences: \v\\"iv.t.'atonfiineralscrvice^com. try fit neralservit ted. He was also preceded in death by a brother, John Frank Patterson. Survivors: his wife, Eveline Fowler Patterson of the home; 3 daughters. Marlene Jones of the home. Tracy (Sylvester) Culbertson of Cleveland, and Andrea (Bo) Frontis of Troutman; 6 grandchildren, Sherece White. Latoya Jones. Andrew Frontis, Sylvester Culbertson Jr.. NaTasha (Anthony) Jackson. Letitia (Maurice) Cowan; 13 great-grandchildren; 2 sisters, Estella Pruitt and Eller Wease (Cornelius) Hargrove, both of Cooleemee; a broth- er, Charles (Mable) Patterson of Westbury. N.Y.; a special friend, who was like a son. the Rev. James Milton II; a de- voted caretaker, Keisha Carter; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. His funeral service was held Tuesday, May 17 at 1 p-m. at Moore's Chapel AME Zion Church in Salisbury. The Rev. David T. Smalls officiated and the Rev. James E. Milton II delivered die eulogy. Burial followed in Liberty . AME Zion Church Cemetery in Mocksville. The family received friends at Moore's Chapel one hour before the service. Condolences; H-H-n' Charity Reich Charity Reich, 59, of Coventry Lane. Mocksville. died May 12 in Autumn Care Nursing Home, where she had resided for two weeks. She the late Joe Parker and June Mer- chant. She was educated in New York and worked in a school cafeteria. For the past 18 years, she and her family lived in Da- Farmington Baptist Church. Survivors: her husband. Lee Reich of Mocksville; a son. Ran- dy Reich of Mocksville; a daugh- ter, Shelby Reich of Mocksville; her mother. June Merchant of Cooleemee; 2 brothers. William Mullenax of Salisbury, and Earl Mullenax of Susquehanna. Pa.; a sister, Brenda Burgan of Salisbury. A celebration of life service will be held at 2 p jn. Satur- day, May 21 at Farmington Baptist Church. Condolences: n-mv.' Martha Jayne Dodson Stone Mrs. Martha Jayne Dodson Stone. 58. of Barney Road, Advance, died Friday. May 13, 2016, at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home in Winston-Salem. She was bom June 24. 1957, in Halifax County, Va. to the late Clifton Hedley and Martha Alice Oakes Dodson. Mrs. Stone was a homemaker and also was a member of South River Church of Christ. Survivors: her husband, James Richard Stone of the home; 3 children, Lucy Dunn (Gary) of Yadkinville, Gini Williams of Advance and Will Stone of Advance; 2 sib- lings. Cliff Dodson of Advance and Lucy Goode of Rocky Mount, Va.; 4 grandchildren. Katie Sutherland, Ella Dunn, Colten Williams and Isaac Williams. A funeral service was conducted at 2 p m.. Monday, May 16 at Eaton Funeral Chapel, Mocksville. with Tom- my Graham and Ray Graham officiating- Burial followed in South River Church of Christ Cemetery in Woodleaf. The family received friends Sunday, May 15 at the funeralbom in New York to norne RANDY MILLER &SONS SEPTK TANK SERVICE 295 Mflkr Road • MoeksriDe(336) 284-2826 • We Pump Sends Tanks • Julia Howard, Please cotTIaa me in: UOCXSVILLE: (336) 751-8567 BALBGH:(919)7-&59M 302 Legesaive Office Bug. SDON.SafcJjuySt Raleigh. NC 27603-5925 Snatji CIO - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 19, 2016 More Than $2O,OOO Raised At Cause For Paws The crowd applauded as nostalgic Hollywood per- formers Gracie & Lacy ap- peared in custom-made cat costumes for the Humane Society of Davie County's fundraiser Cause for Paws. Gracie & Lacy pre- formed a show of music and entertainment, all in the name of helping raise money for abandoned dogs and cats. Kitty Evans, HSDC vol- unteer said: "I enjoyed the entertainment and had a re- ally good time." Along with a paw-feet show,.Savory Spoon catered a sit-down dinner and the HSDC board of directors •.raffled prizes like an over- night getaway at Summer- field Farms and a 16-GBi- PadAir. ,' "The food was out- standing," Evans said. The Humane Society of Davic County raised just over $20000 for operating funds for the following fiscal year. "We are so grateful for all of our wonderful sup- porters. I would personally like to thank everyone who donated financially, promot- ed, volunteered, sponsored, and donated raffle items," Carrie DuPre, HSDC mar- keting manager, said. The American Humane Association presented the adoption center with a $4,000 grant for resurfacing the kennel floors and sup- plied the take-home gift to all of the attendees. "Over 6.OOO paws have walked and slept on, and called our kennel floors temporary sanctuary from abandonment until they found their forever family," DuPre said. "Now we must repair eight years of wear and tear." The Humane Society of Davie County needs to raise another $20,OOO to re- pair the kennel floors. This Gracie & Lacy, in cat costumes on left and on stage at right, keep the crowd entertained. monetary goal is a separate expense from the annual op- erating budget. To donate to the kennel floor campaign, go to https:llfundly.com/ floors-4-paws or checks can be mailed to 291 Eaton Road, Mocks ville. Students DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD.Thursday, May 19,2016 - DI Four TJjonsajKl Dollars and °°/ too Even the felines are happy about the donation from the American Humane Association. Brandon Baker (above) supports the efforts of the Humane Society of Davie County. Below, guests enjoy the evening at the WinMock Barn in support of abandoned cats and dogs. Adopt A Furry Friend Lydla, a female black and white Terrier mix, has an estimated date of birth of Dec. 29, 2015. Lydia is a friendly and smart girl. She needs a home with special needs experience because she is deaf. Lydia is spayed and up-to-date on vaccinations. OJ is a male domestic long hair. His estimated date of birth is March 16, 2015. His coat is as soft as silk. He would be the purr-feet pal to cuddle with. OJ is neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations. If interested in adopting these or other avail- able pets, fill out an adoption application at www.davienchumane.org or call the adoption center at 336.751.5214. Blaster Gardeners Busy In The Community Kerri Duck won the wooden and copper trellis created by Master Gardener Terry Thomett. Each year the Davie County Extension Master Gardener Volunteers hold an annual plant sale. Plants are grown and donated by the Master Gardeners and a hand-crafted item usu- ally created by Thornett is given away.' All proceeds from the plant sale and the tickets sold for the item go to the scholarship fund and for community beautifica- tion and other gardening projects. An annual scholarship is given by the Davie County • Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Association to who is pursuing a two- or four-year degree in horti- culture or a related field of study. ects have included assisting homebound senior citizens with landscape needs, build- ing raised beds for seniors and youth at Farmington the "nr"al Junior Master is held, creating a butter- By garden at Rich Park. :ourthouse, building handi- about becoming an Exten- :apped accessible beds at sion Master Gardener Vol- iing home and many unteer or how to apply for the scholarship, contact Ex- For more information tension at 336-753-6100. »* " ' V .. ; .A\ v V \ Students rehearse two of the dances they had choreographed. Kern Duck with the trellis she won from Davie Master Gardeners. The trellis was made bv MG Terry Thomett (right). I - • • ; ^L^- T*. Sense Of Wonder r% o Wj ft I—I j /"J |-| Davie High dance students rehearse for this week's spring dance concert. Spring Dance Concert Davie High School dance stu- dents will present the spring con- cert, "A Sense of Wonder," on Thursday and Friday, May 19 and 20 at 7 p.m. at the Brock Perform- ing Arts Center. The evening will feature the Davie High School Dance Pro- gram students under the direction of Tcrri Winchell. "We are featuring the chore- ographers in the classroom so you will see lots of variety, many surprises and loads of fun on stage," Winchell said. "Dancers have been creating original works based on teenage issues like body image in 'Pretty Hurts' and family strife in 'Torn Apart." "Upper level classes have been studying chance in their issue dances merging their work for a more layered approach in pieces named, •'Introsffcct'"an Tdentify, and 'Lost in Seclusion' and reality and fantasy," she said. Underclassmen have been ex- ploring locomotor (traveling) movement sequences and Indian mudras (hand gestures) in "Lo- comudra I and II". Each choreo- graphic group has been applying a process for creating using digital images of emotional connection to their selected issues to help in- vent and make movement choices- expressing their themes, Winchell said. The finale is full of life and energy dancing the decades with Michael Jackson, Spice Girls and Backstreet Boys music, an origi- nal excerpt from "Hard Knock Life" and more. Get tickets from a dancer or email Winch^Ut®ddvieJc]2jicMS for $6 tickets, or pay S10 at the "The sprinc concert is our fun- draiscr so that we may continue to Students strike a pose from one ol the dances, offer concerts of this magnitude," she said. "Hope to see you at the Brock." Some of the dancers choreo- graphed their own dances, leading fellow students through learning the routines. Brianna Lyons and Morgan Gray created "Self," a dance about finding oneself in the midst of chaos, Lyons said. "It's about finding yourself and figuring out who you are," Gray said. Jordan Hein and Morgan Ses- ; soms created "PL&H," standing for peace, love and happiness. It's about learning there can be dif- ferent levels of love for different people. Skyler Shore and Maria Still- son are choreographers for "Un- leashed.' "It's about not keeping your feelings bottled up ... and un- leashing it." Stillson said. Shore said: "It's very dark at first ... and towards the end it becomes light and more free." Faith Peterson created "Align- ing the Chakras." A yoga prac- titioner, it focuses on the seven: spiritual strength points in the body. "It shows the discovery of : strengths when you align them." she said. Caroline Bandy and Kailan Thomas came up widi "Gone." a dance with a breadth of movement . and sounds. Shariece Mance created "Jour- ney." a dance about the evolution of African-American dance, from tribal to swing, from old school to hip bop. Maria Stillson and Skyler Shore cre- ated "Unleashed." Morgan Sessoms and Jordan Hein created "P,L &H," and Shariece Mance created "Journey." Mary Ellen Lewis "and Kailan Thomas work behind the Faith Peterson created "Aligning the Chakras," and Kailan scenes. Thomas and Caroline Bandy created "Gone." D2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 19.2016 Davie Schools Mocksvllle Elementary Students of the Week: Jordan Childers, Brenda Xiao, Jonas Strickland, Lena Parsley, Makenzie Gentry, Isaac Pereira, Dahl- ia Snyder, Madison Rector. Helen Garcia-Jimenez Kindergarten students are learning about insects and beginning to create kinder- garten memory books .On Tuesday, kindergarten stu- dents went to Tweetsie Rail- road to experience Letter- land. Everyone was excited to finally meet their favorite characters at the shows. Ev- ery student is working hard to finish this school year on a happy and positive note. First grade has been busy creating 3D shape muse- ums. They worked to under- stand how they are different from 2D shapes. They un- derstand faces, vertices and edges as well as sides and vertices. They can also "cut the brownies and pizza" to halves and fourths. Students are reviewing all standards and goals prepar- ing for the end of year. They read the story Fifth graders at Cool- eemee Elementary visit Pearson's Grave- yard this week in order to learn more about the American Revolution, "Stand Tall, Molly Lou They met a Patriot sol- Melon." The children have dier and got a chance demonstrating an under- to hear the legends standing of the central mcs- of the graveyard from sage in writing and through Lynn RUm|ey (right), their interactions with oth- ers and their personal be- haviors. They know they can help others be and feel their best. Second grade went to Sci-Works in Winston-Sa- lem with tons of hands-on and engaging activities. Students' butterflies are DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 19,2016- D3 McLaughlin On Dean's List Sarah McLaughiin of lege forihe spring semester the academic dean's list at mum grade point average Randolph Community Col- of3.5. Brothers Graduate From N.C. State Wyalt A Scott graduated degree with honors in ag- on May 6 with an associate ricultural science. He is a degree in agricultural sci- member of the Alpha Zeta once field crop technology fraternity, from N.C. State University. They are the sons of Joey His brother, Frank Scott, and Tricia Scott of Lucama graduated from N.C. State and grandsons of Jim and on May 7 with a bachelor's Pat Reilly of Mocksville. Mocksville Elementary first graders mining for gems at Dan Nicholas Park, clockwise from top left Bryson Prevette-Sheppard, Hayden Stockner, Kiera Hinson and Bethany Jacobs. ing mi next week. They to work hard on math skills could identify - such Mrs. Southern and Mrs. Students enjoyed measuring Students learned how a bill learning about fractions and They will celebrate their Pruitt's class went on a field with pretzel sticks, crackers, becomes a law. They are ex- composite shapes in math success with an end-of-the- trip to Dan Nicholas Park cubes, and other objects. cited to experience Raleigh by playing games, making year bounce house party in in Salisbury. The students Mrs. Fletcher's second with their classmates. flipbooks and pizza puzzles. Juni g and are expect- got to mine for rocks and graders are learning about il worms to come in gems and found many rocks folktales and fairy tales. Shady Grove Elci they had learned about and The class is enjoying read- First grade classes ha' ing fairy tales and fractured been learning nbout the and want all students to gcr eye and quartz. They got fairy tales. The students parts of plants and what keep reading at home to fin- to ride the carousel and the have read James Marshall they need to survive and ish the year strong. train. The students enjoyed Little Red Riding Hood, grow. Some classes planted able to mine for gems and creekin', sluicin1, diggin'. Third graders continue a nature program and got The Three Little Pigs, and seeds and/or flowers. Stu- bring them home as an intro- and learning about rocks to practice reading strate- gies and are encouraged to practice reading passages at home. In math students have been decomposing compos- First grade classes went an Fourth graders had a ntary a field trip to Dan Ntcho- blast at Emerald Hollow las Park in Rowan County. Mine in Hiddenite on Fri- They participated in Nature day. May 13. It started off Center and Gem Mine Pro- rainy but turned -out sunny grams. The students were and beautiful. They enjoyed (o touch They also the nature ingsnakcs- real chinchilla, injoyed touring :entcr and see- including an londback rattle- ite figures, finding total area snake, a timber raltlesnaki using several strategies, a cattonmouth, a copper- through finding perimeter and keep- head, a corn snake, and oth- ing skills sharp with their er interesting snakes. They doily Spiral Review. saw a baby alligator, several Fourth graders are learn- fish, and a chipmunk. Angelina Etter and Mia White's first grade stu- dents took a field trip to Dan Nicholas Park where the class gem mined and learned about types of rocks, animals such as the : turtle and chinchilla. : class enjoyed a picnic lunch with other first grade classes. Students rode the carousel and the train after lunch. What started out to be a rainy day turned into a Goldilocks and The Three denis created types of lear Bears. The students are ing maps to create writii learning about fairy tale pieces. In reading they ha- characteristics. Fourth grade student pcricnced the state capital duction rocks and soil inerals specific unit. They visited the barn- North Carolina. They now yard, observed the wildlife know that North Carolina adventure area, rode on a is called the j virtual field trips, :n working on answering adventure area, rode on a is called the gem capital of higher-order thinking ques- train and a carousel and en- the world. Unfortunately lions and practicing writing joyed lunch together. The nobody found an emerald of students still ing about North Carolir government. They will take trip to Raleigh at the end of the week to see what we have learned in action. Mocksville Elementary Miss Hendrix's class has taken advantage of this sea- son by playing a modified version of baseball mixed with curriculum questions to score runs. This game is a version of a year in review; allowing the teachers to great day fora field trip.Thi check student knowledge ; well as allowing the kinders a chance to have fun, in a different way, while learn- ing. The kinders enjoyed learning the curriculum. All of the kindergarten students and first grade students were invited to be in the PTO program this past Thursday. Many sang the movement songs that Mr. Carter had picked out. Miss Hendrix's class was being taught by Cheyanne Stewart. She is an intern. She taught two les- sons and the children were excited to participate in her creative lessons. First grade students in about rocks and their prop- erties next week. The class has been busy Mocksville Elementary Students of the Month, from left: front - Ben Sheek, Makenzie Smoot, Josh- reviewing skills for reading ua McBride, Lake Mabe, Isaac Moreno, Bryson Prevette- Sheppard, Cameron Knox; row 2 - Jayce assessments. Testing started Bentley. Macey Barneycastle, Ryan Williams, Macy McDaniel, Maya Barcenas, Bianca Bravo-Ro- in reading, in math, the class driguez, Callle Wisecarver; row 3 - Aranza Roque-Trejo, Jacob Rubin, Jesse Naylor, Jose Hernan- iing about rjez- Romero, McKenna Ledford-Roberts, Iris White, Kiah Mathis; back - Hayden Williams, Avabeen non-standard |_jnnt MILLER EQUIPMENT^ RENTAL Nursing Assistant Pathway Kirk Scholarship for Pavte High School 4 Oaks Event Center 142 N./Main St. Downtown Mocksville, NC These Davie High School seniors completed the Career and Technical Education Nursing Assistant pathway through Davidson County Community College, (rom left: (rent - Sanuel Allen, Courtney Prevette, Jada Burroughs, Emma Kluge, Adeaxis Rodriguez; back - Makenzie Clubb, Sara Gibson, Keri Tatum, Makayla Hardin. BLUE M ON Please join us at our FREE WELCOME TO MEDICARE Educational Seminars Call us or Register online to attend! (3361778-1070 //TriadMedlcare.com Winston Salem, NC 1st Tuesday of Each Month .it 11:00 a Clemmons.NC 1st WcdncsdayofEach Month at 11:00am Mocksville. NG 2nd Wednesday of Each Month al 11:00 am Yadkinvillo.NC 3rd Wednesday of Each Month at 11:00 am These Davie High School seniors completed the Career and Technical Education Nursing Assistant pathway through Davidson County Community College, from left: front - Emily Muchukot, Shan- non Martinez, Sydney White, Allie Cunningham, Melani Anderson;, back - Patterson Jones, Sarah James, Hadley Hilton. Kasady Turner. Julia Grachen. William R. Davie SMILE students, from left: front - Jacob Sides, Andy William R. Davie SMILE students, from left: front - Romero, Kayden Allison, Jakob Cabke . Matthew Hefner, back - Eli Maycee Wikes, Heidi Tifft. Sierra Walker, Majesta Weymouth, Echo Lipford , Heather Long, Moor Saleh, Gabriel Portillo, Anderson; back - Gage Turner. Coleman Trivette, Emmanuel Perez, Elijah Nix. Gaige Dyson. Dani Olmedo. 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Doors open at 6 with concessions, games including bingo begin at 7. Saturday, May 21 Breakfast, Wesley Chapel Methodist, Pino Rd. off NC 801 N. Country ham, eggs, grits, gravies, baked apples, homemade biscuits, coffee, juice. Yard sale, hotdogs, Liberty Methodist, Liberty Circle off US6O1 S., Mocksville, begins at 7 a jn. Saturday, May 28 Hotdog Saturday, New Union Methodist, Shef- field-County Line roads, Mocksville, 11 a.m.-2 pJn. Bake sale. Reunions Sunday, May 15 57th Annual Howard Family Reunion, 1 pjn., Bethlehem United Methodist Family Life Center, Redland Road, Ad- vance. 336-998-8934. Saturday, June 4 Reeves Family Reunion, 4 p jn., Sheffield-Calahaln Com- munity Center. Covered dish dinner at S. Religion Sunday, May 22 Homecoming, Chinquapin Grove Missionary Baptist, 11 a Jn. with the Rev. Garry Melton of Boxwood Missionary Baptist of Mocksville, and 3 pjn. with the Rev. Artis Campbell of Greater Mt.MoriahMiss ionary Baptist in Mocksville. Lunch at 1:30. ElbavlIIe Methodist sanctuary *<>Oth-aKiivewu7r celebisijon. Light breakfast at 9 a.m., Sun- day School at 10, and worship at 11 with former pastor, the Rev.Tony Jordan. Music by The Dunnils and Risen Son Quartet. 2595 NC 801 S.. Advance. 336- 998-6812. Malnvllle AME Zlon pastor appreciation service for the Rev. Sylvia V> Perry, 3 pjn., with Pastor Rodney Barker of Refuge Community Church. Friendship Missionary Bap- tist 14th anniversary of Pastor Ervin Baker celebration, 3 p.m. with Dr, James E. Cook, pastor of St. Stephen Missionary Bap- tist, Winston-Salem. Dinner to follow. Twelve Tribes of Israel pro- gram, Erwin Temple CME, Needmore Road, Woodleaf, 3p.m. Ongoing Free clothes, Edge wood Bap- tist Clothes Closet, last Sat day of every month, 10 aJn.-2 p.m. Infant, children, teens, womens.mens.Toys and other items. NC 801 just outside Cooleemee city limits. Free coffee and doughnuts, every Wednesday,7 p.m.,Con- cord Methodist .Cherry Hill Rd. at NC 801, Mocksville. Bible Study of Revolution, Mock Place Community Cen- ter, Mocksville, Thursdays at Simply Moms prayer and book study group for of all oges with kids of all ages, sccondFridays,9:30-ll:3Oajn. during school year.Comerstone Christian Church.NC 801. Free chiidcare. 998-0600. Weekly Prayer Service, First UMC ,N ;Main St.,Downtown, Thursdays, noon-1 pjn.insanc- tuary. Not a structured service, quiet time to pray and meditate. Preschool,at Macedonia Mora- vian Church, 9aJn. til 12noon. Optional lunch bunch 1 p.m. Ages 12 months - 5 yrs. Call 998-6492. GriefShare Recovery & Sup- port Gnmp.atHillsdale UMC. 5018US 158. Advance. Second & fourth Sundays of each month 4 pjn. For info: 998-4O20. Kids for Christ, at Liberty UMC, 141 Liberty Circle, Mocksville, each Wed. 3-5:30 p.m. For kindergarten-5th grade. No cost, just a time for play, snacks, Bible stories, & music. Info: 94O-7246. MOPS (Mothers of Pre- schoolers), 1st and 3rd Fri. of every month during traditional school y ear, 9:3O-11:45 a.m.,nt BlaiscBapl. Church. Awana, every Wed. evening 6:30-8 p.m. at Eagle Heights Church. TheLlfe & Teaching of Jesus, presented by Mocksville Sev- enth-Day Adventist Church, Mon. & Thurs. at 7 p.m., at 4O7 Milling Rd., Mocksville. Free admission. For info: 704- 876-3665. Children & Youth programs at IJames Baptist. Bach Sun- day evening. Ages 3-11 .at 5:30; 12-18 at5:45.492-5265. Women's Discussion Class- es, two classes held weekly at Jericho Church of Christ, Tucs. 10:30 ajn. and Wed. 7:30 p.m. No cost for materi- als. All women invited. Women's Bible Study, every Wed. 5-6 p.m., in a home near Milling Road area. All women welcome. Info: 751-5229. Women's Study Group,Phase 2,onBiblicalwomen,prescnted by Hannah's Ministries. FrueiSc • held every second Sat. of each mondi, 1O-11 a Jn. All welcome. Info: 940-5149. CareNet Counseling Centers, at First Baptist Church, 390 N.Main St.,Mocksville.Offers seling. Academically trained, certified counselors & mental health professionals. Info. & appt. 751-2041. Preschool/Parents Morning Out, Bethlehem United Mcth. Time: 9 ajn.-noon. Ages 1 & 2 - M,W orT.Th. Age 3 - M.T, Th .Age 4 &ftt-K- three or fuur days per week. Call 998-6820. Preschool, at Center United Methodist. US 64 W., Mocks- ville. 2,3, & 4 year olds. Mon- day-Thursday. 8:30-11:30 a.m. Linda Owings,751-2803. Awana&BlbleStudy, Wednes- days at 7 pjn., Hope Baptist Tabernacle. Coffee House, 4th Sun. each month, 7 pjn., at Cornntxer UMC. Good coffee, good fel- lowship, & good music. Special Events Saturday, May 21 Color Downtown untlmed 5K fun run with color, 3 p.m., RichPark.Mocksville.bcnent- ting Davic Domestic Violence Services & Rape Crisis Center. Register at active.com. Rockln' for Ron fundraiser for Kirk Scholarship, music. Oaks Event Center, Downtown Mocksville. DC Wallbangers, Dying Breed, Capn Dar. cap- ndar® cs.com. Singing on the Porch, Smith Grove Kurt tan Bldg., 4126 US 158, Advance, 5:30 p.m. Free, with Sara and Caleb Da- vis, Gaining Ground and Faith River. Hotdogs, chips, drinks available. Community Day, WakeForest Baptist Davic Medical Center, Bermuda Run, 10 o.m.-2 p.m. Free. Food, games, health checks.farmersmarkct.bicycle rodeo with free helmets. May 23-24 North Davic 8th grade mu- sical, "James and the Giant Peach, Jr." Friday, May 27 Davie High Choral I-cst with vocal ensemble and Choral Beginning classes, 7 p.m.. Brock Performing Arts Center, N. Main St., Mocksville. Saturday, June 4 Motorcycle poker run for Milling Manor. Registration 9:30, kick stands up at 10:30. S15 single, S25 double. DJ Tina Crews. Elvis, Patsy Clinc impcrsonators./nm ipokerrun ® yahoolxom. Beach N Tan, 953 aosandnulitary,B-10:30ajn. every second Tuesday, Deep CreckCommunity Center,2120 BrawleyRd.,Yadkinville.spon- soredby Courtney RuritanClub. Spay-Neuter Clinic, 2nd Wed. of each month by the Humane Society of Davie County, af- fordable spay-neuter surgery for cats and dogs.Call 751-5214to make reservatio n and for details. Free Advanced Healthcare Planning Workshops, 2nd Toes.of each month, l&4pjn., EMSBuilding.Mocksville.For info: 336-768-6157 ext. 1622. Footloose Friends,every Tucs.. 7-9 p.m. (first time dancers should arrive 6:30). Cost S4 each night, open to couples or singles. Call Link 413-5204 or 972-2659. Federal Benefits for Veterans, DAY Chapter #75 bldg., 1958 US 601 S.,everythirdSat.,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 WalMart, 9 a.m. til 12 noon. Sponsored by Davic Lion's Club. Visit Cooleemee's Mill Village Museum,14ChurchSt.,Wed- Sat. 10 a.m. til 4 p.m. Tours also available by appt. Call 284-6O40. Storytlmes, at Davis Co. Li- brary; Fri. 11 a.m.,mainlibrary. Thursdays, 10 ajn. Scrabble, 1 pjn. every Monday. Texas Hold'Em -Thursdays, 1 pjn. Sr. Book Club, every third Tues. of the month, 1:30 pjn. Computer Classes - are avail- able, call for information. Arthritic Exercise - every other Wed. 10:30 a.m. Line Dancing Level 1, Tues- days, Thursdays, 8:45 ajn. Line Dancing I^evel 2, Mon- days,Wednesdays, 9:45 a.m. Low Impact Aerobics - Tues. &Thurs., 11 a.m. Fitness Equipment Room - open Mon.-Tliurs. 8 a.m. til B pjn. Fridays 8 aJn. til 5 p.m. & Sat. 9 ajn. til 1 pjn. Art,Mondays9aJn.ul 12pjn. Woodcarving, Wed. 9-11 «jn. Silver Health, Mon., Tues., Wed., 8:30 ajn. Yoga, call for dates and ses- sions. Dance Party Aerobics, 5:30 pjn.onTues.&Thurs. Silver Health, Mon., Wed.. & Fri. at 8:30 ajn. Report Dnvle Dateline Items By Noon Monday Items for Davie Dateline should be reported by noon Monday of the publication week. Call 751-212O or drop it by the office, at S. Main St. across from the courthouse. All activities take place at Bobby H. Knight Senior Ser- vices Building located at 278 MeroneySt-Mocksvilleunless otherwise noted. 753-6230. Ongoing Free Advanced Healthcare Planning Workshop, second Tuesday of each month, 1 p.m. Sr. Lunchbox, M.T.W, 11:3O ajn..Th. & Fri., 11 a.m., lunch served daily. Quilting Club, every Monday. 10 a Sun., May 22nd 1pm 727 Melrose St., Winston-Salem (Ararore Area); Estate of MogwetWHte (LWng) wBiaddBcns - Mahogany Slant Front Desk - Moravian Blanket Chest AMributod Kareten Petoraen - Piano - ManUe docks - Acousfc GJEr - Ben Owen pottery - Watt Pottery - Salt Glaza PoBery - MBk Bottles - Blue WBcw - Majolica - China - Glassware - Coca-Cola Carriers - Perhxno Boffle CoteOtan - Vintage Dote - Meeh Purae - Swortte - MBlary Patetea - Sterling SMver and Coin S8ver Spoon - Cap GUI - Mstetibook CcflecUoo - Corona TVpwrtter - Hand SUtfUed QiJUs - LUa rf Vintage Photos, Cards and Papervwnc -1B78 Hymnd - Defco Baoery Jar - AnBcjje Toote U*s erf Vintage CotecdMesI . WWWLAMrfiOMZtp.COffl (enter ID #5969) PubUc Shred Day,9"a.m.-nooiC "sKlPBO, Wednesdays, l*V.nr. St. Francis of Assisi, 862 Yad- Scrapbookiog, every 2nd Tuesday, 2 pjn. Free Blood Pressure Checks, once a month, at 10:30 ajn. in the Nutrition Site. •ille Road, Mocksville. $5 donation per tax deductible per large paper grocery bag. Ongoing Free coffee/donots for veter-Slnglng Seniors Chorus, REAL ESTATE^ FEATURE PROPERTY i 101 WbtMid Orcto -Hockwfc,HC i Great price on yoiitfiRt home or Investment ', prapertylHlceSyupdateioDzyhomeon shaded comer lot.4 bedrooms and cal-in kitchen. Attached 1 tar carport and additional paiVingfor2ca5.Newappliarices,Qipeiand paint with updated bathrooms.Must see to | appreciate! $63,000 336-751-1223 totalrealestate.com -Bermuda NOWHKING CNAs 1st, 2nd, &3rd Shift FullorPartTime MedTech 1st Shift • Full or Part Time Contort: PamalaMcNtiBoi (336) 998-6712 to set upon interview. inAdvance,NC LOCATED IN ESSEX FARMS ON A PRIVATE WOODED CUL-DE-SAC HOMESITE. Curb appeal ii a "10" & interior reflects the same grade. Custom foaturaj: solid surface, counters, custom cabinetry, hdwd (Irs, built ins, stainless appls, decorative Fixtures & designer tilas. Well maintained home built By Sonoma BTdrs. The floor plan offer* 4BRs, great rm w/stone FP, bonus rm, formal dining, custom kitchen. Finished bsmt w/rec rm, office/ exercise rm & media rm. A must seel $389,900. Realty 55< PARTNERS Paul G. Milan. poBl3reollj55potli.trs.ioii, 336-707-9799 EH fit AUCTION SATURDAY • MAY 21st • 10:00 AM Personal Property of George Hainan Allen and Pauline Bowens Allen (both deceased) 1279 Cornatzer Rd., Mocksville, NC FromWi^on-Sa^,takel-40WtoEXn'180-A(Btmadaaun)Hwy.8015.StayonHwy.80JS.approx. Comaotr fid Go oppnx. Smite. 1279 ComatztrRA k on the rigM. WAKH FOR SALE SIGNS, FARM FRESH PORK (336)998-7175 . O^Walmart ?; of Mocksville All Positions, All Shifts including: Overnight Stackers Unfoacters Meat Dept. Produce Dept. Cashiers 3rd Shift Maintenance Tire and Lube All positions Start at S9.OO per hour 3" Shift Starts at S9.5O per hour Apply at www.walmart.com/careers or Inquire at the store 261 Cooper Creek Drive, Mocksville, NC 336-751-1266 _; Winchester Model 67 Single Shot .U Rifle - Stevens Model 87-A 22 Automatic Rifle - Fox Model B16 .j -Ammo to Include: 32,16 ga, ., Barber & Washington Quarters - (85) Franklin Halves - [47] Peace Silver Dollars - Liberty Walking Halves - (1) 1878 Morgan Dollar -Uncirculated Morgan Dollars (1889 P, (2)1896 P, 1889 P, 1911 P) plus 114 more Morgan Dolhrs - V ,.„ _ jlfalo tikkels - Indian Cents - Half Dime - Hying Eagle Cents -1861 Civil War Token - Wheat Pennies -Over 2B9 .999 Slim Round! (Indudes Silver Prospector, Indian Head. 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Adapted from Roald Dam's children's book, James and the Giant Peach Jr. is sure to make, a big splash. The story opens with James Henry Trotter (played by Connor Robertson and Ashton Tilley), who has ff^i just_lost both of his parents. TheyHwere"eaten by a rhino." When James is sent to live with his two aunts, he discovers they only took ; him in to do their chores. Then James meets La- dahlord (played by Grant ™ Copeland) who quickly changes his life with a mag- ic book of spells and po- tions. Suddenly, James finds himself on the journey of a lifetime with an unusual crew of crazy critters who teach him the true meaning of a family and home. The cast of 37 students is directed by Penny M. Endi- Parent volunteer Brandy Copeland helps Connor Robertson Kendall Stroud with his costume. Grant Copeland rehe and irse. The Cast Ladahlord - Grant Copeland James Ashton Tilley, Connor Robertson Ladybug Sarah-Grace Rogers, Aisulu Ball Grasshopper Dylan Osbome, Justice Redmon Spider Erice Moore, Abby Boger Earthworm Nathaniel Marshall, Victor J>erez Centipede Parker Prysiazniuk, Tyler Poole Splker Katie Walton. Emma Ivester Sponge Dalia Valerio, Abbey Ouster Matron Nurse Victoria Gray Billy Bobby Cop Alex Myers Bobby Bobby Cop Kendell Stroud Ensemble Ian Agientas. Mikayla Correll, Kali Creekmore. Payton Crotts, Grace Fowler, Jaqueline Gonzalez, Lilli Haire, Saide Hakim, Ashlyn Hicks, Alea Livengood. Hall Long, Glnny Mason, Valerie Medves. Alyssa Osborne, Olivia Otto, Anna Smith, Alexx Spry, Cheyenne Wlllard, Rickl Wilson cott, with musical direction by Anna Newman. "James and the Giant Peach Jr. has raised the bar yet again," Ms. Endicott said. "We have been so for- tunate to have amazing help creating what you will see on stage and I am amazed each time I see our sets, props and costumes. Our uazing. both i the techni- students col crew." Performances are at 7 pjn. Monday and Tuesday. May 23 and 24 in the North Davie theater, 497 Farm- ington Road, Mocksville. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students age 17 and under. Kendell Stroud, Alex Myers, Emma Ivester, Abbey Custer, Dahlia Valerio and Katie Walton act in a scene. What Are the Real Facts About Hearing Wellness? According to a recent study by the Better Hearing Institute, better hearing keeps people socially active and can improve: • Relationships • Sense of humor • Cognitive skills • And more... 1 Self-confidence Complete Hearing Wellness Check-up Nathaniel Marshall, Dylan Osborne, Ashton Tilloy, Parker Prysiazniuk, Anna Smith and Sarah Grace Rogers. Don't Wait; Get a comprehensive look at your hearing wellness: ^ Medical and audiological history - Let's discuss. 0 Otoscopic exam - We'll inspect your ear canal and ear drum—it may be just wax! O Hearing test - You listen for the beeps. O Speech test - Word recognition. O Review your results - They are available immediately! O Recommendations and demo - Hear the newest technology in action. CALL TODAY TO SCHEDULE! 336-659-9596 Now accepting new patients! 5919 James St., Ste A-l Clemtnonb. NC 27012 Tuesday 9:00 AM to 12:OO PM Other hours by appointment . Care r^ Can far 3111 Maplewood Ave., Ste 1O7 Winston Salem, NC 271O3 Monday -Thursday 9 AM to 5 PM Fridays 9 AM to 12 PM Dylan Osbome. Nathaniel Marshall, Anna Smith and Sarah Grace Rogers aboard the giant peach- - Photos by Mike Barnhardt www.hearingcarecenter.net 1O% OFF all products during the month of May D6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 19,2016 Sims Earns Degree Jonathan Richard Sims of Mocksvillc earned a bachelor's degree with honors in biology, with a . concentration in cell and molecular biology, from UNC-Asheville. He is a University Re- search Scholar, with a dis- tinction in biology. Byrd Earns WSSU Degree Ashleigh Byrd graduated from Winston-Salcm State University on May 13 with a bachelor's degree in social work. She is the mother of Mikyiah Byrd and the daughter of Susan and Rick Carter. Mikyinh and her cous- in, Collon Beck, will enter kindergarten at Willjam R. Davie Elementary School in the fall.. South Davie Middle Superior rated jazz band musicians, from left: kneeling - Sadie Dillon, Cynthia Hernandez, Matthe Daniel, Tabitha Harry; back - Ella West, Leslie Martinez, Hailee Stanley, Adam Gledhill, Jimmy Horton, Aidan Treler, Carle Lazcano, Joel McLaughlin, Courtney Neely, Caleb Livengood, Alex Rojas, Isaiah Teasley. Not pictured: Rachel Jordan an Michael Werbeck. South Jazz Band Rates Superior The South Davie Jazz Band recently participated in the 2016 West Region Jazz Band Music Perfor- mance Assessment (MPA). The group is comprised of seventh and eighth grad- ers, and the ensemble meets during the school day. for 30 minutes three days a week, ratings ' are combined to The band participated in make one final overall rat- MPA for the first time last ing. spring. Much like concert This year's performance band MPA, bands that par- marks the first time in ticipate in this event per- school history 'hat the jazz the ones received from the and we are proud of hi form three tunes for three band has participated in this Reagan High School City the students have rcpresei judges. Each judge gives a event and earned a Superior of the Arts Jazz Festival ed our school and comnr rating, and all three judge's rating. to improve their individual nity." "These students have and ensemble musicii rked really hard this ship," said Justin McCnu; ar. We used the judg- band director. "We are ho comments we received ored and humbled to hi from last year's MPA and received this achie NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ihe Estate of Elvenla W. Crews, deceased, late of Davie County. North Carolina, this Is to notify all having claims against tho estate ol said deceased to exhibit them to Mr. Harold E. Craws, Execu- tor, c/o George A. "Trip" Payne. Esq., Kasper & Payne. P.A., P.O. Box 687, 3626 Clemmons Road, lore the 29th day ol July. 2016. or this notice will be pleaded In bar of Ihelr recovery. All persons In- debted to said estate will please make immediate payment. This ll'o 201h day of April. 2016. Harold E, Crows, Executor Attorney George A. "Trip" Payne Kasper & Payne, P.A. P.O. Box BB7 3626 Clemmons Road. Clemmons. NC 27012 Publish; April 28; May 5.12,19 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor lor the Estate of LORENE N. CRATER, laio ol Davle County. North Carolina, the undersigned does hereby notily all persons, llrms. and corporations having claims against Ihe estate ol said decedent to exhibit them to tho Executor, John N. Wall, at the ol- flce ol T. Dan Womblo. Esq.. P.O. Box 1698, or 3802-A Clommons Road. Clemmons, NC H7O12. on or belore July 28, 2O18 or this no- tice will be pleaded In bar of their corporations Indebted lo the said This, tho 2Bth day of April, T. Dan Womble. Esq. Attorney lor the Estate PO Box1B9B 3802-A Clemmons Road Clemmons, NC 27O12 336-766-BOB5 Publish: April 23. May 5,12.19 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified os Public Ad- ministrator ol Ihe Estate of Paul M. Sawlckl, Deceased, late ol Davle County. North Carolina. this Is to noiify all persons hav- ing claims against the estate ol Ihe deceased lo exhibit them to Ihe undersigned on or before Au- gust 4. 2016, or this Notice will be pleaded In bar ol their right to debled lo said estate will please This tho 28th day ol April. 2016. Public Admlntatrator uf tha Fstatfi of Paul M. Sawlckl SURHATT B. THOMPSON. PLLC 1OO N. Main Street. Suite 2425 Wlnslon-Salem, NC 271O1 (336) 725-8323 Publish: April 2B; May 5.12,19 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Adminis- trator of itio Estate of Betty Jo Mock Carllon, deceased, late of Davle County. NC, this Is lo notify the estate lo present them, duly verified, lo the undersigned Ad- ministrator, c/o Lowe & Williams. PLLC. PO Box 1463. Mt. Airy. NC 27030. on or belore August 4, 2016 or Ihls notice will be pleaded in bar ol their recovery. All persons Indebted to said es- tate will please make Immediate payment. Oato of Notice: April 25, 2O16. Sharon H. Lowe, Administrator of tho Eatato of Batty Jo Mock Carlton Lowe & Williams. PLLC PO Box 1463 Mt. Airy. NC 27030 (338)788-1181 Publish: April 28; May 5,12.19 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Adminis- trator ol the Eslalo of Norman Larry Carlton, deceased, late ol Davio County. NC. Ihls is to notify all persons having i if Ihelr f.:overy. the estate verified, lo it them PLLC, PO Bo NC 27030. 01 4. 201G or It Alt persons Ini tale will please make Immediate payment. Date of Notice; April 25, 2018 Sharon H. Lowe, Administrator of tha Estate of Norman Larry Carlton Lowe & Williams. PLLC PO Box 1463 Mt. Airy. NC 2703O (336) 786-1161 Publish: April 28; May 5.12.19 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Klmberly R. Marshall, having qualified as Executor of the Es- tate ol Patricia Sara Eh re n gra- ta or, a/k/a Patricia D arm oh ray Ehrengruber. Patricia S. Ehren- gruber, deceased, late of Davie County, North Carolina, hereby notifies all persons having claims against said Estate to present them to Kimberly R. Marshall, c/o Timothy J, Ehllnger at 4622 Country Club Road. Suite 260, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 27104, on or before the 29th day ol July. 2016. or this Notice will be pleaded In bar of recovery. All persons indebted to said Estate men! to the undersigned at Ihe This tho aath day ol April, 2016. KIMBERLY R. MARSHALL, EXECUTOR, ESTATE OF PATRICIA SARA EHRENGRUBER Timothy J. Ehllnaer, Esq. T1MOTRY J. EHLINGER, PLLC 4622 Country Club Road. Suite 28O Wlnaton-Salom. NC 271O4 336-794-6000 336-794-6030 (fax) Publish: April 28; May 5.12.19 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDFTORS Having qualified as Executor for the Estate ol GEORGE A. CANTER, JR., (a/k/a George Albert Canter, Jr.). late ol Davie County. North Carolina, the un- dersigned does hereby notify all persons, firms, and corporations having claims against the estate of said decedent to exhibit them to Ihe Executor. James Roger Can- undersigned does hereby notify all tor, at the ottlceol T.Dan Wombla, persons, firms, and corporations Esq.. P.O. Box 1698. or 3802-A having claims against the estate Clemmons Road. Clemmons, NC of said decedent to exhibit them lo 27O12, on or before August 5. Ihe Administratrix, undersigned, ill be plead- acovery. All jorporetJora 2016 or this notice v ed In bar of their persons, firms, and Indebted to the salt please moko immedl to the undersigned. This, the 5th day of May, 2016. James Honor Canter, Executor of the Estate this n T Dan Womble. Esq. Attorney lor Ihe Estate PO Box 1698 3802-A Clemmons Road Clemmons. NC27O12 336-766-8085 Publish: May 5.12.19.28 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Execu- tor tor the Estate of BILLY H. STEELMAN, (a/k/a Billy Hoover Steelman), Into of Davle County, llrms. and corporallons having claims against the estate of said decedent to exhibit them to the Executor. Deborah Lynn Steol- man, al the olllce of WellsLaw, Attorneys at Law. 3BO Knoltwood St., Suite 640. Winston-Salem, NC 27103, on or belore August 12. 2010 or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons, firms, and corpora- tions Indebted to the said estate will please make Immediate pay- ment to tho undersigned. This, the 12lh day ol May, 2O16. Deborah Lynn Steelman, Executor of Ihe Eatata WellsLaw, Attorneys al Law, 3BQ Knollwood St.. Suite 64O, Wlnslon-Salem. NC 27103 (336) 283-0700 Publish: May 12,19.26. Juno 2 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Adminis- tratrix lor the Eslale of EUNICE McKlNNEY DWIGGtNS, late ol Davle County, North Carolina, the ' before August 19, 2016 olice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons, firms. and corporations Indebted to the said estate will please make Im- mediate payment to Ihe under- signed. This, the 19lh day ol May. 2016. • Barbara S. Moo fa. Administratrix of the Emtate 1O12 Quarry St.' PO Box 231 Faith, NC 2BO41 Publish: May 19.26: June 2.9 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having quallllod as Exec- utor (or the Estate of LARRY LEE SMITH. SR.. late of Unvio County, North Carolina, the un- dersigned does hereby notily all pors . firm Ihe Executor, undersigned, on or before August 19, 2016 or this no- tice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All persons, firms, and corporations Indebted lo tho said estate will please make Immedi- Thls, the 19lh day of May, 2016. Michael Gray Smith, Executor of tha Eatato 1271 Yadkln Valley Rd., Advance, NC 27006 336-529-9952 Publish: May 19,26; June 2,9 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having quallllod as Executor for the Estate of CHARLES R. JONES, late of Davle County, fore the 19th day of August, 201 or this notice will bo pleaded1 bar of their recovery. All person firms and corporations Indent* to said estate will please m.'il Immediate payment to the undi signed. This the 19th day of May, 201 Well* Fargo Bank, HA, Exacutor P.O. Box3081 (Estate Services D4OO1-102) Winston-Salem, NC 27150 SonttclalmsJ Estate of Jeanne L. Baughmi Wells Fargo Bank, Ni - "Execut. c/o Neal E. Tackabe> Blanco Tackabei & Matamoros, P.J P.O. Drawer 250C Wlnslon-Salem, NC 27114-5OC Publish: May 19.26; June 2 Title in Statement ol Hon-Dlscrlmlnatlon In accordance with Feden civil rights law and U.S. Depai men! of Agriculture (USDA) ciS rights regulations and pollclei the USDA. its agendes, office and employees, and Institution participating In or administer-in USDA programs are prohibits from discriminating on the basl of race, color, national origii age, or disability. Remedla and complaint filing deadline vary by program or Incident. | Persons with disabllltia who require alternative mean of communication for prograi Information (e.g. Braille, larg print, audlotape, American Slg Language, etc.) should con tat the responsible Agency or US ' ALL SERVICES UNDER ONE ROOF Anxiety Free • Affordable Dentistry • Sedation Cosmetic Dentistry • Braces for all ages BEAUTIFUL DENTISTRY General Dentistry for Adult and Children DA's TARGET Cei 72O-260O (voice and "m „.„ „ or contact USDA through Ih North Carolina, the undersigned Federal Relay Service at (80t does hereby notify all persons, 877-8339. Additionally prograi firms, and corporations having Information may be made aval claims against tho estate of said able ln languages othar tha decedent to exhibit them to tho English. Executor, undersigned, on or be- To file a program dlscrlm fore August 19, 2016 or this no- nation complaint, complete m lice will be pleaded In bar of their USDA Program Discriminate recovery. All persons, firms, and Complaint Form. AD-3021 corporations Indebted lo the said found online at http://www.asc estate will please make immedl- usda.gov/complalnt_fillng_cua html, and at any USDA oftlci or write a letter addressed t USDA and provide In the lett* all of the Information request e In the form. To request a cop of the complaint form, call (88C B32-9992. Submit your corr ate payment This, the 2O16. Charles Ft. 'Bud'Jonas, H Executor of tho Eatato 179 Tumberry Lane Mooresville. NC 28117 Publish: May 19,26; Jury 2,9 pleted complaint torn to USDA by: <1)Malr. U.S. Department of Agriculture Office of the Assistant Secre- STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE 2SKBSSS Baughman (aka Jeanne Bough- 14.V? '"dependence Avei i; Jeanne Whiting Baughman) of Advance. NC. tho undersigned does hereby notily ell persons, ind corporallons having claims against Ihe estate of said decadent to exhibit them to the undersigned at P.O. Drawer 25OO8, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 37114-5008. on or be- S.W: Washington. D.C. 20250-9410 (2) Fax: (2O2) 69O-7442: or (3) Email: program. In take <Susda. gov. USDA Is an equal opportunrt provider, employer, and lender Publish: May 1 DAVIE CO. ENTERPRISE-RECORD THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2O16 • D7 DAVIE-CLEMMONS TOLL FREE 1 -877-751 -2120 OR 704-797-4220 Call us Monday-Friday 8-5 Deadline to have your classified ad in the next issue: Tuesday 2:30 P.M. Email: cla8sads@sallsburypost.com OR place your ad online at: Sallsburypo8t.com and click 'Place Classified Ad' Didn't get a paper? Call 704-797-4213 Employment Job Opportunities Denny's Lawn Service is looking for employees. Must bo drug free and have valid li- cense. Call Joe 336-399-7063. newtoday ocknille, 159 Oa-Ron-Xal Ln. (Off Milling RE!., 3/4 ml from Cornalior Rd.) G Yard Sale. Thurs. 5/19 through t.5/21 8am-3pm. Look (or signs. mpbell soup collectibles, glass- re, old records (some Soulh- oden desks (one Is a roll-lop), nas Items, plonty of rniscol- s Hems. 336-909-2092 and 6-998-8222. I'm In search of my own "Mary Popplns" to cam for my 6mo. okf in home. TUBS., Wed. and Thurs. Daytime houre. Referenc- es and background check re- quired. Must have a valid drivers lie. and car. Call 336-972-8134. Auctions & Sales Garage Sales Advance, 1147 Bailor* Chapel Rd Yard Sale. Sal. 5/21 7am-noon. Oil 001 S to Baileys Chapel Rd. Rain or shine. Low prices. •JUranca. 2399 Cornatar Rd. Yard Sale. Saturday, May 21. 8am 2pm. Ladles' 2x clothes, glass Ware, holiday decor, motorcycle saddle bags. H.-irloy Items, what nots. women's shoes (10), toys Advance 448 A 468 Rainbow Rd. {off Ifwy 158 - Smith Grown area) 3-Famlry Yard Sale. Saturday, Ma 21. 8am-2pm., intage glassware misc. furniture, women's clothe 12-2x. man's size 4O. misc. chl dren's items. CLEHMOHS K1WAH1S ANNUAL YARD SALE with Wast Foraylh Key Club. Sa urday. May 21. 8am-2pm. Wes Foreyth High School parking lo 1735 Lowisville Clemmons Rr- s. NC 27012. Garage Sales iksvltlo, 17Z Poppentona Dr. rd Sale, Sat. 5/21 Barn-noon, ts of Items. Rain or shine rty birds. Mocksvllle. 110 H. Salisbury St. (old Skinny Whoels bike shop) illi-Famlly Yard Sale. Saturday, _iy 21, Bam. Children's & adult olhirirj. household Items, plants, "— es, etc. Rain or ahlno. Mocksvllle. 35B Gladslono I G Yard Solo. Friday, May 20 & aturday. May 21. Qam-4pm. Pols pans, dishes, lamps, dolls, pic- res, boat (70hp motor & trailer) ts of tools and much more. In 4557 Highway 801 North olloctivo Yard Sale. Saturday lay 2t. 6am-untll. Collective ard sale at Bread of Life Baptls _,hurch (4557 Highway 801 North ^ocksviilo, NC) on Saturday. Ma; 5.00 bag sole. Mocksvllle. 60S John Crotts Rd. Card Sale. Saturday, Mny 21. Bam pm.»OH. topis. Sflwtng, CRAJ; ems. hundreds of comics, tore fixtures. Salisbury Rowan Co. Fairground* County Wirio Antique & Yard Sale Sat Way 21 & Sun. May 22, BarrMpm Over 250 booths. Fairground lull anything from yard sale Hems to ; iques. For Into, call 704-932-5071 704-425-9831 RAIN OH SHINE1 Merchandise Deals & Bargains walker ih brakes, seat, basket. NEW! SS. 7Q4-534-4772 8' Bostttch LVYOI aroty used carpontors level. $80. ash only 704-279-2129 Appliance E Window Sieve, oft white, wldo ven. clean, excellent condition. 135. Call « 704-B36-5415. Appllanca laying Washer. White.Tested and very good working condition. 135. Call O 704-836-5415. Attention Qulltora _. .ale NIB Alto's QuiltCui 125. 704-639-1347 idwelsor 50th Annlv. Ola Cast Dale Earnhardt Sr. car. 24:1. li S30. Call 704-433-7513. Canopy -...„.a Pole umbrella canopy. Ox1O. Good Condition. S125. Call O 704 636 5415 55 Gallon Acrylic Aquarlum.Grav ' id Stand. 5275. Call B8O-22B I or 704-640-3194 Earnhardt Sr. Wheat IBS Dloeast Car 24:1. Still In box. $200. Call/text 704-433-7513. frl1* B Place Bedroom Suite by Kail iy Ireland Home. S4SO. C; 7O4-639-91O7. Hot Point HaDge/Stovotop Ovon works. 2 burners don't. $2! 7O4-64D-WE8 - ' How To Place A Free Ad < Go to •allBburypoit.com - Choose publications: SalUbury Post & Dnvls County Entorprli* Cemetery & Monument Lots Gardens of Memory Westlawn at Clemmons. NC. Buy one lot at S2150 and gat socond one free. In tho fountain's section for choice Bites. Coll 336- Huffy Basketball Hoop all. $10. 704-640-0466 Indoor - Outdoor Bar Jnlque step In, 3 level BarCurvei Ends with designer glass top. different look! Nice. S12S. Call 7O4-63 6-5415. METAL uETECTOn W/ EXTRAS Minelab X-Terra 705 metal d lector w/ 9* coll, Pro-Swing h ness. KOSS UR-30 headphone pinpol ' Deals & Bargains NASCAR Collectible* rd acts, cam. books, posters, hol- ts. Earnhardt Sr. included. All for 25 OBO. Call/text 704-433-7513. China Grove area, around Old Be- atty Ford Rd. & Shuplng Mill Rd on May 17.813-523-6124. NordlcTrack Trend Mill xcellent condition, electronic ntrols, space savings footprint. OO. Call 252-432-1921. Router, bits a bait tandnr iulor. carbide tip bits, belt sand- all for $ SO. 7O4-B57-4051 aare Knnmoro Upright Frerar. real condition. Works groat. $400 ' only. Call 336-284-2523 _ jre Mod. 29502.5 years old. nod condition. 5100. Call 336- 03-2598 Still HanoLnnd Lino? nasonlc/Radio Shack lai !5obO. 336-940-8925 Lv. Msg. Toddler booster scat, rl'o. Excellent condition S10. Only yrs old. Call 704-431-6950 Vintage 1330'* pair of •rmlMS rocking chairs. 75. Call 252-432-1921. Lost & Found Found Dog Young, less than a year old. Brin-.... ^ .. _,.. »._ ,r, - FOUND (amain Black Lab last TUMdiy morning (M»v 3} •» MooroMlllo Hwy near tha gu Rd. Wearing • blue 704-730-2105 Found: Blonde Chihuahua, Hale. Oft Faith Rd, Salisbury. Must pro- ¥ldo detail* a proof of ownership. 704-431 -3895 or 704-431 -3924. LOST DOS: Tan Chihuahua Red harness. Oil Junction Road near RR tracks. Reward. Stove or Jean. 336-284-5202 / 335-225-8755 LOST FamalB Hound Dog. Tricolor Burking*, grmn collar, BJT* old, NHta. Last seen Thurs- day evening (B/12/2O1B). Ploasa ca1l82S-H5-3393 Real Estate Dnla County. 3BR. 2B*. emodeled. Private lot. No sm g. Pots? (336) 575-2101 Transportation Miscellaneous For Sale Didn't Bat A Paper? Call Circulation at "" 704-t9r-4213 * Monday-Friday 8 AM to 5 PM To Place A Classified Ad Call Toll Free 1-877-751-2120 Monday-Friday 8 AM to 5 PM Notices General Notices Didn't Gat A Paper? Call Circulation at 704-797-4213 Monday-Friday S AM to 5 PM Lost & Found Found Cat In Catawba College arc 704-636-57OO to identify. FOUND Cell Phono on Mother's Day. Off Statesvlll Bh/d. Call 704-636-1021 to Identify Community Yai d Sale, Saturday May 21, Bam-2 pm. Very Larg Community Vard Sale appro* mately 150+ yard sales In Clem mons West Subdivision 7 dilfo ont entrances 3 off Ol Mlddlebro Rd., 3 oil of Idols Rd and 1 off Cllnard Rd Deals & BargainsLake Myers RVYard Sale Free entry to setup and ope the public. Como shop or sell w USl 336-492-7736. Sat. May 2 2 Football Helmet Display Cases full size helmet each. S2O each. Calltoxt 7O4-433-7S13. sell or rent your home! prices starting at 550 for 9 weeks print & online sell your Auto, Pet or Extra stuff! Prices starting at S20 for 2 weeks print & online Cot too much stuff? List multiple properties and get a discount! $45 for a weeks print & online (each listing) Have a Yard sale and sell It all starting at just «10 1 day In print & s days online Call 704-797-^220 Of Toll Free 1-877-751-2120 GREAT DEAL - MUST Still BR. 2BA brick ranch. COUNTRY BASEMENT, OARAGE, NICE. 38ft, 2BA nice ainglewiae on sot a/are lot Included. SW can ma I t of payment for hou&» OR ui_ i-law quarters. 704-63O-O695 Hocknlll* - 118 Ell An. (ElHabCtMk) 3BR. 2BA. 1.10Osq. ft., .4 lot Underground utilities. 2009. All appliances Include Heat pump. 8x12 shed includ Asking S119.9OO. Call 336-75, 1062. To Placo A Classified Ad Call Toll Free 1-877-751-2120 Monday-Friday S AM to 5 PM Rentals Apartments Ilia - Sunset Terrace Apis., I & 2 BR. all appl. Central H/A.l ] at S450. Coll 336-751-0168 | Houses For Rent Advanca. 226 Jamos Road. R, 1BA. One story frame house, jmploioly remodeled In and out. rge kitchen and family room mb I nation. Private lot. Quoit Ighbomood with targe shade - Garden space. Ported for is. No pets. S750/mo. De- aslt/roloroncos required. Avail- 5/7/2016 <336)34S-6191 Automobiles To Place A Classified Ad Call Toll Froe 1-877-751-2120 Monday-Friday 8 AM to 5 PM Thicks, SUVs &Vans Didn't Get A Paper? Call Circulation at 704-797-4213 Monday-Friday 6 AM to 5 PM Want To Buy Transportation ou CMS jun puns wunxo TO Services newtoday BEAUTIFUL • 19* Acres of Land Open field & wooded area. Beauti- ful view of the mountains. Located on Poart Ln. off of Ben Anderson Rd. If Interested call 336-492- 2190. Farm Services Advance Tractor Services We provide bush hogging, tilling, auger and grading services. For free quote call Lee at 336-671- wh«hl,ryou nr= selling or t>trying, BROWSING OR CREATING, looking or toooKing.-. C;L/\SSIFIEDS HAS IT /\LL! ace Vour Ad Today! BT7-751 -21 2O Estate Auction Sat. May 21 -10AM • 822 Island Ford Rd., Statesville, NC 28625 Personal Property of Frank Lackey (deceased) & others IH 1066 5243 hrs. MF 1030 5347 hrs w/ new tires, MF 165, M Farmall. Ford 8N. [974 Ford F600 2 ton dump. 1966 Chevy 1 ton dump. 1964 Ford PU & Ford Galaxy 500. Bantam i19 Super Lite Camper. 39' Aluminum Damp Trailer. Easy Go Golf Cart r 30O gal Sprayer, Hulchirtson B' conveyors (50' & 60' long). JD Planter. Bush Hogs (lo; 6' & 5-}. IH Drill. AC Combine, Cultlmucher. IH Disc Harow. Scrape 4 Box Blades. Offset Harrow. 2,3 & 4 Bottom Plows. Post Hole Digger, 3 pt Disc Harrows. Cultivators, Woods Finish Mower, Fertilizer Spreader, 9 Shank Tiltege Tool. Cultipacker. 550 gal Nurse Tank, NH Hay Wagon. runt & CollaetlbtM: Horse Drawn Riding Cultivator, 2 Row Wooden Box Horse Drawn Com Planter. 2 Horse Wagon, Oliver #13 Plows, Harness. Several Milk Cans, Milk Can Cart, Hand Seed Cleaner. JD 8421GC Corn Shelter, Texas Oil Co. 55 gal Oil Barrel. Gull & Amoco Cans. Attwood Anvil. License Plates 1933present Platform Scates. Stanley #4. «5. S»6 Planes. Double Spoke Plane. Ford. Fordson a IHC wrenches. Schwinn boys & girls Bikes. Tool. a. Ml»c.: New Battery Charger. New Zareba 10O mile Fence Charger S others. Fence Supplies. New Barb & High Tensil Wire. Vise. Bench Grinder. Air Compressor. Reese B' Load Ramps. Lots ot other tools, Guru: Colt S*W. MAB w/ Hotetar. Ml Carbine. Henry Golden Boy 22 mag (never fired), Rem, Savage Military Rifles. New 30 cal Ammo -ONLY A SAMPLE" "See AUCTIONS ROOM ID * 10133 tor lull listing, photos & terms Mr. Frank Lackey was wen respected in the Western IredeH County Community and an exceptional farmer v. r - look pride in his farm thai sustained him and his family. SPEER AUCTIONS MockSYille.KO-336-655-9649 • DAVID SPEER, NCM. 2384 KCAFL S48S D8 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD., Thursday. May 19,2O16 Making It A Better Place Early College Jr. Civitans Doing Their Part To Help The Community Page C1 Good Kids Students Recognized For Character Page D1 CNTERPm/C RECORD USPS 149-160 Number 22 Thursday, May 26, 2016 Davie County Extension Master Gardener Vol- unteers teach third graders at William R. Davie Elementary about soil and plants. Above, Mas- ter Gardener Terry Thornett talks with Extension horticulture agent Pam Jones. Planting In The Soil WRD Third Graders Learn From Master Gardeners s at the soils had settled bottom icn- to top in this order: sand upe- (heaviest particle to the ling bottom), silt, clay (lightest and particle to the top). A second soil experiment avie was having the three types ister of soil in separate contain- sso- ers and recording how long ame it took for a cup of water ions to drain through the three types of soil. This experi- ment examined the poros- ity of the soil types. They discovered that sand (larger particles) is the most po- __ rous, that clay (small par- MG Volunteer Brenda ticles) was the least porous Dav,s ,s h , (rom a parts, su^n, hecame S»S?«S£itS student conducting an familiar with the proper- sorbeney. experiment. ties of soil types (sand, silt, The team then led a dis- clay) through experiments, cussion relating their dis- Students learned the Students learned that covery to how water in the Parts of sced and the Pur~ n^^^M^^^BBBBH^^^^^KBO^H^ni^^^a^VL___-4HHI soils are composed of par- soil impacts plant growth. P°se ™ each Parl-Eacn stu" Master Gardener Alethia Faust and other volunteers keep the attention of tides of different sizes with Students learned that cer- dent dissected a bean that tne children tain plants grow best in ccr- had soaked overnight.They ,.,,,, c,,ii t,,n,., nnH „„.„,„, used a magnifyine elass to Third grade studen William R. Davie Elci tary were excited to e about soil properties plant parts. County Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Asso- ciation (DCEMGVA) came .twice weekJy during part of April. The team planned grade Essential Standards Lessons foe properties, soi nla tides of different sizes sand having the larges being next, and clay having tain the smallest. soil types and greater uscd a magnifying 8- sss can be gained by identify tne embryo. Stu- They played a game using this knowledge when dents Plnced a dO" bean and to learn how the particl size impacts ait- and water movement through soil. Students then conducted an experiment by putting of the three types of soil what to plant in a a damP PaPer ace a clear baggie. Top Of The Class? Parent Expresses Concern About Early Pick Of Valedictorian By Beth Cussldy Enterprise Record Making the decision who receives top ranking in the se- nior graduating class is like deciding the victor in a football game at halftime, and it gives students the impression the work they do in the second se- mester is not important. Those were the points Mar- tha Simmons made to the school board at their meeting May 10. Simmons' son, Nick, will graduate next month. In the nine years Simmons and her husband have had chil- dren go through Davie High. -•She said the first time she be- came aware of an apparently "unwritten policy" was when her son told her earlier this year there was no way his rank of second would change because the rankings were decided at the end of the first semester, halfway through the school year. Nick and another student attempted to discuss the situ- ation with Audrey Carr, guid- ance counselor, in late January, but Simmons said they were turned away and told to fill out a change in class form. She met with DHS Principal Doyle Nicholson on Feb. 2 and said the reasons he gave her that rank had to be determined at the end of the first semester were that final grades would not be ready before graduation, there would not be adequate time to get the information to the Davie County Enterprise Please See Top - Page 8 A Major Leaguer Whit M err [field's hard work and determination paid off last week, when he was called from the minor leagues toyals in Major League Baseball. Read more about Davie's first major leaguer in - AP Photo/Orlin Wanner to play for the Kansas City Roya a long time on Page B1 .- AP Photo/Orlin Wagner By Jim Bulcc Enterprise Record BERMUDA RUN - Town Manager Lee Rollins has re- viewed many different scenari- os regarding the 2016-17 fiscal year budget after Davie Coun- ty's decision to change how sales tax is distribution. However, the town learned on May 2 that the commission- ers opted to maintain the status quo with a "hold harmless" provision in the coming year, meaning Bermuda Run would continue to receive the same amount of sales tax. The town would then be weaned by in- crements of 20 percent each of the next five years. "All things being equal, I don't think we could have asked for more," Rollins said at last Tuesday night's town council meeting. The council called for a public hearing on the proposed 2016-17 budget to provide the opportunity for public com- ment in the next monthly meet- ing on June 14. In his budget message, Rol- lins said the General Fund is proposed to be balanced at SI,795,000, the Gate Opera- tions Fund is proposed to be balanced at $512,247, and the ond week the The tnird Sraders teamed sed on plants w't'1 kindergarten students learned basic ond hunS the baggies in kindergarten classroom dows to germinate. team f Student- tinns. They discus^^H tht and a root system and how the ir several days. ;m then transfers the On thc last day thcy Pro' and nutrients to the vidcd p'ants to plant in the . flowers and fruits. sch°o1 garden but weather did not permit it. Tom Whitaker helped students plant them in thc school garden a few weeks later. There was a variety of greens, beets, herbs, straw- good time thoroughly shak- ing the bottles. The bottles were allowed to settle overnight. The following MG Volunteer Phala Roberts keeps the students' attention.berries and flowers.. The . students will be harvest- ing the greens and eating a scheduled this fall. Contact Davie County Extensior Office at 336-753-6100. salad before school is out The third grade teache: and students said they a[ preciate the Master Gar- tension horticulture agent dener volunteer team and Pam Jones, and Master all the learning opportuni- Gardener volunteers An- tics that happened as a re- nette Walters, Phala Rob- suit of their visits. erts, Rebekah , The DCEMGVA is a ac- Brenda Davis, Terry Thor- tive group, always looking nett, Caro Dose, Alethia for volunteers. A class is Faust, and Ann Clodfelter. YOU BUY A CAN OLE* WE MAKE A DONATION TORICE BOWLS™The team included Ex- MEALS ARE PROVIDED TO AN ORPHAN OVERSEAS Master Gardener Volunteer Annette Walters leads an experiment on soil BR Eyes Infrastructure, Green ways Utilities Fund is proposed to be balanced at $556.200. The council will talk in more detail about the budget this year and going forward at the upcoming agenda meeting on Tuesday. "We plan to have an ex- tended discussion at the May agenda meeting looking at the variety of infrastructure proj- ects and greenway projects that we've discussed," Mayor Ken Rethmeier said, "to try to create a balance rather than picking one from one Column A and nothing from the other columns to try and ensure that we proceed with as many of the different kinds of initiatives that we've talked about previ- ously." Rollins said the greenway and sidewalk projects are pri- orities the town wants to con- sider. He added that the town will review services provided and funding approaches as the sales tax portion is gradually reduced in the coming years. Councilman Jerry West said he thought it was important to look at the value of the impact of what each project or initia- tive might bring along with perhaps putting some money aside in the next budget year. Please See BR - Page 4 World War II POW To Speak At Memorial Day Service Davie County's annual Me- morial Day program will be on Monday. May 30 at 11 a.m. at the Brock Performing Arts Center on North Main Street in Mocks ville. Speaker wUI be Harold Frank. He is Davie County's last surviving World War II Prisoner of War. He has the distinction of being award- ed France's Legion of Honor medal, which he earned on April 20. 2015. This medal is given to few people. It is the country's highest distinction. In order to be eligible, a vet- eran must have risked his or her life during World War U Harold Frank talks about his days in a World War II Ger- to fight on French territory- by man prisoner of war camp. - Photo by Robin Snow taking pan in one of the three Ritual Of Remembrance Sunday In Cooleemee COOLEEMEE - Cooleemee-Mocksville VFW Post 1119 will hold a Memorial Day service on Sunday, May 29 at 2 p.m. at Cooleemee Presbyterian Church. The Ritual of Remembrance will be held for William Da- vis, Vemon Dull, Walter Eaton and Thomas McDaniel. main campaigns of the libera- tion of France. Frank participated in the D-Day invasion, which led to him being captured and held in Stalag IVB. a German POW camp. Along with the Lesion of Honor Medal. Mr. Frank •was also awarded a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart. The program is provided by Davie County, Town of Mocksville and Graham Fu- neral Home. Veterans attending thc cer- emony will receive a card for a free lunch following the pro- gram at Marco's Pizza, courte- sy of thc Mocksville and Hills- dale Rotary clubs. 2 - DAVIK COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 26, 2016 Editorial Page Dr. Paul Nifong Lived His Faith By Using A Drill As communist plots go, the fluoride scare of the 1950s didn't work out too well for the Soviet Union. Instead of ruining America's health, as some feared, fluoride in our water gave us better teeth with fewer cavities. We country folks drank water from wells and didn't have the benefit of fluoride. As a consequence, my teeth are now packed with fillings. In contrast, my public- water-drinking children have rarely had a tooth cavity. During my childhood some people feared a "Red under every bed" or being instantly evaporated in an atomic bomb cloud. We worried about the Domino Ef- fect. We worried about Soviet premier Nikita Khrush- chev's vow to bury us without firing a shot. We worried about missile gaps and the Cold War. We were suspi- cious of change. We still are. America is turning into a nation of fraidy cats. We routinely encounter a new crisis-du-jour that is going to kill us all. In my youth it was fiouride. When health specialists recommended that fluoride be added to public water systems, fears of a secret com- munist plot were broadcast. The fluoride memory was stirred by the recent death of my old dentist. Dr. Paul Nifong Sr. of Clemmons. A better man has not walked the earth, but I didn't think so when I was.a boy. I averaged three cavities per visit, and his shrill drill conjured up images of the tortures awaiting me in hell if I didn't mend my wicked ways. My family has always had a deep affection for the Nifongs. The late Dr. Frank Nifong caught me -=- and my other siblings — at birth and doctored on us through childhood. When his younger brother. Dr. Paul, estab- lished a dental practice in Clemmons in 1960, there was no question where we would go. I was one of his first patients ... and one of his last when he retired 47 years later. He knew — and patched — every tooth in my mouth. • After I movod to tcwvn-and startcdnJrinking- pubirc water, my cavities decreased, and I learned that Dr. Paul was not a Spanish Inquisition torturer but a funny, witty, kind man. He lived his Christian faith in the best way he knew. He regularly traveled to Honduras to work on the teeth of natives who would walk for miles to a clinic he es- tablished as part of the Moravian World Mission. A missionary dentist. I never got to the point where going to the dentist was fun, but I always like to see him. Americans, meanwhile, still like a good crisis. Just when I had given up on them, my purple martins arrived from Brazil. Long after I had spotted martins at other colonies, mine were still missing in action. There are three pair. Up from two pair last year. This is the third year I have attracted them, and they are busy nest- ing. Hay season is upon us. Farmers wil! be in the fields cutting and baling hay. In some fields, you can spot an- other bird — barn swallows — trailing the farm ma- chinery to harvest their own dinner of bugs. They zoom about helter-skelter in a mad dash to snag the bugs stirred up by the baler. In recent weeks, they have even buzzed about me when I'm mowing the lawn. They of- ten come so close that I duck, expecting them to collide with me. The Town of Mocksville is in a tight spot as it tries to deal with a federal jury's $4.1 million verdict for fir- ing three policemen five years ago. The town's liability insurance is only $1 million. Likewise, Bermuda Run has a S1 million policy. The Village of Clemmons has a $3 million policy. Mocksville's attorneys may be able to get the judge to reduce the award, especially if the policemen are re- hired. The jury's award certainly seems excessive, but the town is facing a huge out-of-pocket bill even if the award is cut in half. — rJwight Sparks In The Mail DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRI/E RECORD USPS 149-160 171 S. Main St.. P.O. Box 99. Mocksville, NC 27028 (336J 751-2120 Published weekly by Salisbury Newsmedla LLC Dwignt Sparks Robin Snow. Mike Bamhardt... Ray Tutterow. Brian Pitts ....Editor/Publisher ....General Manager ....Managing Editor ....Advertising Director ....Sports Editor Periodicals Postage Paid in Mocksville. NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy. 50 Cents . S26.69 PerYearlnNC;S32-03ouisideN.C. POSTMASTER Send Address Changes 10: Davie County Enterprise Record P.O. Box 99. Mocksville. NC 27O28 Time For Town To Do The Right Thing To the editor: As I read the paper the past few weeks, 1 am left to won- der about the many answered questions for Mocksville of- ficials. First, my questions are about Mr. Cook (former police chief, Robert Cook). Can the town officials honestly sit back and say they didn't know that Mr. Cook had an issue with drinking? Well, it is apparent that you never asked the right person or if you asked any at all. How did Mr. Cook get the job as our police chief when he had no certification? And he said, and I quote: "I had one year to get the certi- fication," but failed to do so because he knew he wouldn't be able to pass it. At that point, why was he not fired? He was-still aHowrftl hj porrtay hftnsBlf a"& arVoffi&r By" 'drivifig a car with blue lights, carrying a badge and weapon. My next question is for Mr. VanHoy (Hank VanHoy, town attorney). Did you not think it was odd for Mr. Cook to fire three officers in one day? Did you not ask any ques- tions as to why he wanted to do this? My next question would be for the current officers who got up on the stand and either didn't recall or straight ou.t lied about the things that had happened. Can you now be trusted in your positions? Should all your past cases be re- opened and dismissed? Is this the kind of officers we want serving and protecting our town? And for Mrs. Bralley (Christine Bralley, town manager): Can you honestly say that you weren't aware of Mr. Cook's drinking problem? You were seen at many events that he was at when these events occurred. It is also my under- standing that Mr. Cook was your brother-in-law for some time, and you were never aware of (his issue? I find that very hard to believe. There were many times when the resi- dents and officers came to you about problems within the town and police department and you did nothing and are still not doing anything about new complaints. So, for the town board members, what is next? Are you willing to keep Mrs. Bralley as the town manager? She should be fired for not investigating these comglaintsjmd,. "for'costingbur tbwfT$4".l million. Tnis*was"a total embar- rassment for the town. And it is not right to pass the buck off to the residents when Mrs. Bralley and Mr. Cook put our town in this. So remember, town board members, the residents are looking at you to do the right thing. Your seat will be up again and I hope the residents in this town remember your decisioa. It is past time for these board members to do the right thing and if nothing is done, it just goes to show you that the "good oP boy" system is still alive in this town. Melissa Norman Mocksville Howard Has Done Enough Damage To the editc In the mail Friday came a post card from "Howard for Congress" and the statement that "As a primary sponsor and author of HB2 ...", which made me once reflect on what the leaders of our state have done to embarrass NC, make NC a laughing stock and cost the state many millions of dollars, especially for the service personnel who arc un- derpaid to begin with. We expect our legislators to lead us, not teach us about discrimination, who we should like and how to be a bigot. Having a daughter and two young grandsons, have I ever been concerned about who might be in their bathroom? No, and for Rep. Howard to use her family, including photos, as examples of her beliefs is sickening. It is opinions like hers that cause the problems we hnv£ now so why is she even representing us? Too many people are drinking the Republican Kool Aid. The US Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, has taught us about compassion and tolerance, and that is wonderful since no one in the NC government knows anything about it. Finally, it is time for Rep. Howard to get out of NC government. She has done enough damage to the educa- tion system to harm the state for many years to come and HB 539, which diverts millions of dollars from our public schools to charter schools - another example of her com- plete lack of knowledge of how to help the state and Davie County. Her representation is a charade and has to stop. Donald Witte Advance Howard Supports Knee-Jerk Reaction To the editor: I just read the Howard for Congress flyer which says that "We must stop the Federal Government from shoving its radical liberal agenda down our throats." She's just in favor of the state legislature shoving it's agenda down the throats of NC cities and residents by spending lots of money to call a special session to quickly pass a knee-jerk reaction law to override a city ordinance, thereby forcing the federal government lo take a stand on an issue which would have been otherwise and has been heretofore hardly noticed. Taxpayers Footing The Bill To the editor: I was amazed at the jury's decision in the trial of the three officers. It could be debated on and on whether or not they deserved anything at all, but over S4 million is ridiculous. There were strong issues on both sides, but it seems the biggest problem was the police chief, Robert Cook, failed to document disciplinary actions. That doesn't mean the officers didn't break rules, it's just that the information wasn't put in their personnel files. Pan of what they want is their jobs back. I. like a lot of people, sincerely hope this doesn't happen. I can't imagine the pressure the other officers would encounter trying to work with them. The situations officers work in make it necessary to have a high level of trust and I don't see how this can take place considering what has happened. However, one thing is for sure; that we. as taxpayers in the Town of MocksvilJe. have got it to pay for. and we will be paying for a long time. Mark Walser. Mocksville The law has now cost the state vast amounts of money in lost revenue, a federal lawsuit, and the ridicule of the rest of the world. That because one of the over-reaching pro- visions of HB2 is aimed at transgender people who have been bom in God's image but unfortunately were bom with gender dysphoria, and who have been using the bathroom of their choice without notice all along - until now. To use the quote from the pediatrician cited in the opin- ion piece by Pastor Mark Wingfield in Baptist News Glob- al: "We must believe that even if some people got a lower dose of a chromosome, or an enzyme, oro hormonal effect, that does not mean that they got a lower dose of God's im- age." But we can by God legally dictate which sex they are and which bathroom they can use. So you can bet that the next time I see a transgender person in a public restroom with me I'm calling a police officer to determine which sex they are. Chris Hinkle, Mocksville Post Office Food Drive A Success To the editon All of the employees of the Mocksville Post Office would like to say thank you to all the people who donated food for our annual food drive on May 14. All food col- lected will be donated to our local Storehouse for Jesus. This will go a long way in helping our neighbors in need. Shane Johnston Mocksville Postmaster Newspaper Office Closed Monday The Davie County Enterprise Record will be closed on Monday in observance of Memorial Day. All advertise- ments and news articles for next week's edition should be in the office by 4 p jn. on Friday- Alice Gaither Alice Gaither's Corner Women Who Were Overlooked By The History Books (Excerpts from 1 Dream A World by Brian Lanker) Brian conducted interviews to create powerful portraits of these highly-esteemed and much-loved individuals. Each woman's words were spoken with wisdom and wit about her life's work, family and heritage, personal struggles and hopes for the future. There are many firsts: the first woman or the first black person (or both) to become an architect, bishop, neu- rosurgeon, Pulitzer-prize winner or university presi- dent. These are women, who too often, history books overlooked. Katherine Dunham (June 1909-May 2006) She redesigned the art of modern dance in the 1930s by introducing elements from African and Carib- bean folk cultures. She reached a broad and enthusiastic audience as a dancer, choreographer, anthropolo- gist, teacher, writer and initiated the Haitian vodun. She performed in original theatrical revues, the 1940 Broadway musical "Cabin In The Sky" and in seven films includ- ing the 1943 production of Stormy Weather. In the late 60s she founded the Katherine Dunham - Center for the Performing Arts of Southern Illinois University. She received the Kennedy Center Hon- ors in 1983 and the Scripps American Dance Festival Award in 1986. She believed that dance can free people from some of their oppressions. Just by using the body in its rhythmic patterns, it heightens circulation. Therefore, if you work hard enough, so that water is running off of you, then there is a purifying process in dancing. Barbara Jordan (February 1936-January 1996) When Barbara Jordan was elected to the Texas Senate in 1966, she became the first black congress- woman to sit in that body since 1883. She was the first African American to chair the Labor and Management majority committee in the Texas Senate. In 1972, she -was najjied.gpveraor of-Tiixas for a. day—Irv 1926-she became the first African-American woman to speak at the Democratic National Convention. In 1979, she be- came a professor at the Lyndon Baines Johnson School of Public Affairs al the University of Texas. She was a lawyer, educator, an American politician and a Leader of the Civil Rights Movement. She stated "All my growth and development led me to believe that if you really do the right thing, and if you play by the rules, and if you got enough good, solid judgement and common sense, that you're going to be able to do whatever you want to do with your life. My father taught me that." Rachel Robinson (July 1922-) Rachel is the widow of trailblazing baseball legend, Jackie Robinson. She is a nursing professional and educator as well as a social activist. She served as the chairperson of the Jackie Robinson Foundation, in honor of her late husband. As a professional in psy- chiatric nursing, she has held clinical, teaching and administrative positions in New York and Connecticut. She was president of the J.R. Development Corp., which built six housing developments in fifteen years. She makes her home on a farm in Salem, Conn. She stated "In 1973,1 founded the Jackie Robin- son Foundation, and that has been a very important part of my work. We support minority education and leadership development. We have given full, four-year scholarships and a wealth of supportive services to hundreds of students around the county. We call them the Jackie Robinson Scholars. I believe that we, as a people, need a stronger more unified approach to social change, but I know I will always have to work with diverse attitudes and postures. There will be a range from those who do nothing to those who devote their lives to the problems facing us." DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday. May 26,2016 - 3 •••Mocksville Mayor Will Marklin cuts the ribbon for Davie's newest Little Free Library, a handicapped- accessible one at Rich Park. To the right are Mocksville Woman's Club members Betty Ward and Dawn Wooten. The club is sponsoring the library. - Photos by Mike Barnhardt Park Gets A 'Little Free Library' By Jeanna White Davie County Blog A trip to Rich Park can nourish the body and soul, and now the mind - thanks to the Mocksville Woman's Club. The club has placed a Little Free Library in front of the playground near Mocksville Elemen- tary School that is also handicapped accessible courtesy of a sidewalk prepared by the town's public works department. "On behalf of the Town of Mocksville, we arc grateful to the Mocksville Woman's Club for choos- ing Rich Park as the new home for the Little Free Library," said Town Man- ager Christine Bralley. "This new addition is an opportunity to encourage reading while you experi- ence nature and the art of sharing by selecting a book; reading and return- ing, or exchanging. Time well spent with "little" things that can make a big difference." Members of the club's education committee will act as the stewards, main- Mayor Will Marklin adds some books to the li- brary. taining the box and keep- ing it stocked with books for all ages, although they would appreciate help from the community. "The Little Free Li- brary program is a book exchange built on the principle of take a book, bring a book," said Betty Ward, who coordinated the project. "We hope that people will enjoy reading a book and returning it or replacing it with a differ- ent book." Dawn Woolen hopes to get schools and communi- ty groups involved in the project, perhaps through signing up to replenish the library a certain week or month of the year, or by holding a book drive. The club decided upon the idea to sponsor a Little Free Library last summer, and it has been a group effort ever since: Bucky Sharpe built the library and post, Dick Ward painted it in Davie County orange and black, Sidniee Suggs added the decorative touches, and club members provided the books. This is the second Little Free Library Christy Schafer has been a part of. Her book club placed one next to the Bermuda Run post office a while back, and she enjoys look- ing out her window and seeing both children and adults sitting on the bench and reading or looking through the books from the box. She envisions the same thing happening at Rich Park. "We would love to see parents reading to their children while they play on the playground, or if they have older children, reading themselves while their children play," she said. Little Free Libraries can also be found at Ellis Middle School, built by Will Cheek of Boy Scout Troop 700 as his Eagle Scout project; North Da- vie Middle School, built by Girl Scout Troop 1521; and and at the home of Jeffrey and KC Smith at 276 Marginal St., Coolee- mee, built by Den Grubbs. Smith has been thrilled with the response to her Little Free Library and has enjoyed meeting many of the people who have stopped. "It has really helped create camaraderie in the neighborhood. Once I explained that I was not trying to take away from the Cooleemee Library, but simply encouraging people to read, people have been very support- ive. I've had neighbors leave whole bags of books to help stock the library and I've been able to start a book club." For more information about the program or how to sponsor a Little Free Library, please visit www. littlefreelibrary^org. m OCKSVILLE FAMILY DENTISTRY • Mocksville's Newest Dentist with over 12 years experience! • Now Accepting New Patients! • Grand Opening Specials! 113 Marketplace Drive, Mocksville, NC 27O28 ! www.mocUsvillefamilyclentistry.corn Jason A. Caputo D.D.S., P.A. * a WmstooSJem N a iiv* wi ai a DOS <iegr*. from UNC Oiap«! t-td CALL NOW FOR AN APPOINTMENT - (336) 753-663O 4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 26.2016 BR Area residents enjoy last year's beach music concert sponsored by the Town of Bermuda Run. Beach Music Concert Opens BR Series BERMUDA RUN - You don't often see the word free these days, but when you do, take advantage of the generosity of others. The town is sponsoring three free events for folks to enjoy. The Davie County Arts Council is helping the town put together the events with a variety of music. All three are to be presented at the gazebo within Kinder- ton Commercial Center (off US 158). The first conceit will feature beach and popular tunes played by Special Oc- casion Band. This group has been playing together for more than 20 years, and are known throughout the Caro- linas for their versatility and depth of talent. A dance floor will be provided for those who like to shag. Bring a lawn chair (and a picnic/cooler, if you like) to hear your favorite tunes at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 28. (If it rains on the 28th the concert will be held on Sunday, May 29 at 7 p.m.) The second concert in the series being called "Sounds on the Square," is "Gersh- The Special Occasion Band performs last year in Bermuda Run. They will be here again May 28. win On the Square." This concert will be performed by musicians who are also members of area sympho- nies and features Martha Bassett who is well known for her talent as a vocalist. It will be June 25 (rain date June 26) to hear favorite Gershwin Broadway hits ing Fourth of July, some of his patriotic melodies. The last free event re- quires a special title. "River Walk," a celebration of art and music, will be held on Saturday, Sept. 24 (rain date Oct. !). Local artists can register with the arts council to be included in this day- Food trucks will offer a va- long event. riety of foods for purchase. There will be an area River Walk will begin at 1 1 where children can ere- a.m. and close with music ale their own works of art. by Second Chance Bluo* Special bluegrass music grass from 5-6:30 p.m. and and the Davie Community then Back Porch Bluegrass Band will also be featured at 7. so bring a law chair, kick Call the arts council back and listen to the music. 336-75 1-3112. Continued From Page 1 "Something to consid- er when we get that hold harmless amount is that maybe we should look at putting that in a savings ac- count for the future instead of spending it all in the next fiscal year," West said. Despite all the scenarios Rollins is working on, he said that it would ultimately come down to the council making the final detcrmina- "This is my proposed budget to you all," Rollins said, "but at the end of the day when it comes time to approve, it's up to you to decide." In other business, Rol- lins said that the Bermuda Run Tourism Development Authority has been seeking information on ways to es- tablish the town as a desti- nation for leisure sports and events, and looked forward to getting a report soon from DMO Proz. The Wisconsin market- ing group will be in town Monday and Tuesday, and in conjunction with this effort, a market analysis is being done on Twin City Soccer to determine data regarding the soccer com- plex and opportunities for growth. Rethmeier said reports will also be coming in from Retail Coach in another marketing initiative. "This bodes well with the other two activities in terms of budgeting to think accordingly," he said. In other business, the town voted to appoint Wayne Thomas, who is the owner WinMock Bam and Sterling Events, to replace Angela Carleton on the Bermuda Run Tourism De- velopment Authority. m-It's Our Both Anniversary Celebration ana You're Invite At We're celebrating SOyears of serving Davie and surrounding counties with courteous, dependable service Date: Saturday, June 4 Time: Serving Lunch 11am to 1 pm Place: 848 South Main Street, Mocksville Door Prizes Sive Aways (Back row from left to right) Amanda Cranfill, Penny Stroupe, Ellen Grubb, Janel Hensley (Front row from left to right) Sally McGuire, Lisa Brewster, Melinda Szeliga, Tracy Henley LISTINGS WANTED! Inventory Is low Contact us today to find out what your home is worth. 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Armstrong, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months, cred- it for 24 hours community service, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow treatment, surrender license, not operate vehicle until li- censed, limited driving privilege/Si 00 fee, $100, cost; unsealed wine/liquor in passenger area, dismissed per plea. - Ana Velia Arroyo, fail- ure to stop for steady red light, prayer for judgment continued, cost. Hannah O'Connor juana up to one-half ounce, possession of drug para- phernalia, dismissed per compliance with deferred - Erika Vargas-Baltazar, failure to comply with license restrictions, dis- missed, corrected. - Katie Christine Bates, breaking or entering a ve- hicle, misdemeanor larceny, dismissed, prosecuting wit- ness failed to appear; driv- ing while license revoked not DWI, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change. $25, cost. - Kathleen B.Bryant,fail- ure to comply with license restrictions, dismissed, cor- rected. - Colby Seth Caudle, two counts misdemeanor pro- bation violation, probation continued. - Qrinton Ross Cunciiff, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, $25, cost, evidence ordered de- stroyed; possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed per plea. - Megan P. Edmiston, consuming alcohol by per- son underage 19, dismissed per plea. - Kenneth L. Fleming, speeding 90 in a 70. reduced to 75 in a 70, $50, cost. - Bobby Vincent Free- man, domestic violence protective order violation, while license revoked not DWI, possession/display of altered/fictitious/revoked license, dismissed per plea; ceny, sentenced to time served, cost, $335 attorney fee. - Christian C- Froclich. marijuana paraphernalia, failure lo comply with li- speeding 86 in a 70. dis- cense restrictions, unsealed missed per plea, wine/liquor in passenger - Robert E. Marchant, as- area, possession of open sault with a deadly weapon cohol in passenger area, missed, prosecuting witness dismissed per plea; DWI, failed to appear, sentenced to 12 months, - Murphy Frank McGin, suspended 18 months, credit possession of marijuana up lic nsafe pass- ing yellow line, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, possession of mari- juana paraphernalia, speed- ing 44 in a 25, possession of malt beverage/unfortified wine by person 19/20. - Jackie Troy Minton, speeding 83 in a 70, driv- ing while license revoked DWI revocation, fictitious license. - Linda Edith Rodriguez, DWI. vehicle DWI Court license, not operate until licensed, obtain sub- stance abuse assessment/ treatment, limited driving privileged 10O fee, $400, cost. - Michael D. George. worthless check, dismissed. check paid. - Bryan Keith Goss, fail- ure to return rental property, - Vicki Jordan James, possession of drug para- phernalia, dismissed per compliance wilh deferred prosecution. - Abel D. Martinez-Je- sus, no license, reduced to failure to notify DMV of address change. $25, cost; exceeding posted speed, dismissed per plea. - Samuel Robert Jordan, carrying a concealed weap- on, dismissed in the inter- est of justice; possession possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, deferred prosecution. 1 2 months The following cases were disposed of during Da- vie DWI Court. Presiding: .Judge Rod Peqry. Prosc.cut- ing: Steve Boonc, assistant DA. - Megan Nichole Davis, DWI, driving while license revoked DWI revocation, misdemeanor child abuse, not guilty; failure to secure passenger under age 16, un- sealed wine/liquor in pas- senger area, sentenced to 20 days, suspended 18 months, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow treat- ment, $100, cost. $660 at- torney fee, $4.02 copies and postage. - Jonathan Neal Dinkins, 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/treatment; reck- less driving-wanton disre- gard, dismissed per plea. Appealed. - Hector Mendez-Garcia, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months, 24 hours community service, surrender license, not oper- ate vehicle until licensed, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow treat- ment, $100, cost. Appealed. - Rogclio Maria Oso- rio. DWI, sentenced to two years, suspended 18 months, 30 days active, not .operate \ehicle until Ji-~ censed, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow treatment, $50O, cost; driv- ing wrong way on dual lane, dismissed per plea. - Lakisha Yvonne Peet, DWI, sentenced to one year, suspended 18 months, seven days active, surren- der license, not operate ve- hicle until licensed, credit for substance abuse assess- ment/follow treatment, $4OO, cost; failure to reduce speed, following too close- ly, guilty. Appealed. - Mario Duprce Thomp- son, DWI, not guilty, sur- render license, not operate vehicle until licensed, ob- tain substance abuse as- sessment/treatment; driving while license revoked not DWI, not guilty; failure to maintain lane control, $100, cost, $39O attorney fee. - Susan Dawn Young, DWI, sentenced to 60 days, suspended 18 months. 24 hours community service, surrender license, not oper- ate vehicle until licensed, credit for substance abuse assessment/follow treat- ment, $100, cost, $335 at- torney fee; failure to main- tain lane control, dismissed per plea. pervised probation , 24 hours community service, scssment/treatment, if in compliance charges may be dismissed in 12 months. - Chelsey Tristan Lee, possession of drug para- phernalia. • dismissed-- per- compliance with deferred prosecution. - Tyler Franklin Lupton, simple possession schedule VI controlled substance. $25 , cost; possession of sion of drug paraphernalia, dismissed per compliance with deferred prosecution. - JiHan Whitlcy Palmer, speeding 86 in a 70, reduced to improper equipment, $50. cost, $50 equipment fee. - Bradley James Ragan, domestic criminal trespass, dismissed, civil settlement. - Russell Ratliff, misde- meanor stalking, dismissed at end of state's evidence. - Daprice R- Snuggs, in- jury to real property, $25, cost. - Andrew Joseph Sopala. speeding 85 in a 7O. reduced to improper equipment, $50 equipment fee. - Jacob Veach Taylor, consuming alcohol by per- per compliance with de- ferred prosecution. - Marcus Willis Thames, resisting public officer, speeding 89 in a 70. driving while license revoked not DWI. dismissed per plea; fleeing to elude arrest with vehicle, sentenced to 60 days to run concurrent with Hannah Elizabeth Trivette, shoplifting con- cealment of goods, $25, cost, do not go to any Wai Mart. • - Afcrx- Whittingfbn. as-~" sault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury, dis- missed, prosecuting witness failed to appear. 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For placement of your loved one ptease call: 6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 26,2016 Rubber ducks float down the South Yadkin River at RiverPark during a past Great Bullhole Duck Race. $500 Prize Stakes Raised For Great Bullhole Duck Race COOLEEMEE - It might sound far-fetched, but your investment in a small, $5 rubber duck might win you $500. This year, RiverPark has raised the stakes. It hopes to attract a bigger betting pool on the thousands of little yellow, rubber ducks That will only happen if that will be lowered into you buy a ticket before the the South Yadkin River that whistle blows at 1 p.m. to help raise funds necessary begin the Great Bullhole Duck Race on July 16. to keep this beautiful spot pen, clean and secure. First prize for this year's race is $500, second prize will be $250 and a third place finish wins $100. Tickets are $5 each or can be purchased in a "Quack Pack" (6 for $25) or a "Flock" (15 for$50). You need not be present to win.If your duck crosses the finish line first, you win $500. Cleaning The Entrance On Monday morn- ing. May 23, mem- bers of the Coolee- mee Fire Department power washed the entrance to the Le- gion Memorial Park graveyard. Over the years a dark color covered the brick in- cluding algae. A little bleach and cleaner made a big differ- ence in the appear- ance. Charlie Steele, Chris Fleming and Josh Lyles took time out of their morning to help make a big difference in the park - just in time for Me- morial Day. - Photo by KC Smith Public Records DAVTE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday, May 26.2O16 - 7 Land Transfers The following land trans- fers were filed with the Davic Register of Deeds, listed by parties involved, acreage, township and deed stamps purchased, with $2 representing every $1,000. Adam Lawrence Elledge and Tabitah Lynn Ellcdge lo Jean Underwood, 1 lot, Mocksville, $228. - Alton Vann and Carol Connellee Vann to Rob- ert Wheeler and Annette Wheeler. 1 lot. Shady Grove, $558. - PSC Development to RS Parker Homes, I lot, Shady Grove. $110. - Deborah Barney Jones to Marcsa J. Stanberry, 6.36 acres, Fulton. - Nationstar Mortgage to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 1 lot. - Jennifer Slagle Rota and Paul Rota, Jefferson Bailey Slagle and Nora To- cups to Christopher Aar- on Thompson and Alciha Blanche Thompson, 2.65 acres;ShadyGrove,$3l. - Christopher J. Mc- Daniel and Brittany Cain McDaniel to Timmy Lee Hall and Dcidrc Hall Walk- er, half interest each. 2.23 acres. Clarksville. $200. - Jason Thomas Stewart to Erin McGec Woolen. 1 lot. Mocksville. - Erin M. Woolen to Cody Styers and Meredith Dinkins, 1 lot, Mocksville, $193. - Kent Ashman Kruels- ki and as executor of estate of Joy Yvonne Kent, Keith Ronald Kruelski and Jyun Hcc Ji Kruelski to Dallas Settle and Beverly Settle, 1 lot. Shady Grove. $620. - Judy H. Sides and Ron- nie Sides, Mavis H. Baity and Kenneth Baity, Rhyne Bowers and Colleen Bow- ers, Seth Bowers and Jenni- fer Bowers, and Kyle Bow- ers to Jeffrey Keith Hursey and Rebecca Hursey, 16 lots, Jerusalem, $30. - Mark A. Gibson to Tommie C. Belcher and Mary L. Belcher, 7.15 acres, Calahaln,$195. - Stephen G. Crater and Phyllis P. Crater to Joseph Rajacich and Carolyn E. Rajacich, 1 lot, Farmington. $596. - Williams Development Group to True Homes, 1 lot, $42. - Annette M. Tutterow Grady Luther Tutterow es- tate to Raymond F. Edwards and Glcnda S. Edwards, 6.22 acres, Clarksville, $234. - Anne M. Sharpe and Richard A. Sharpe to Antho- ny Mark Faulkner, I tract, Mocksville. - Bobby Ray Tutterow, and Lisa Dawn Tutterow to Jimmy C. Benson. 1 acre. Jerusalem, $6O. - Richard Dulin Jr. and Betty M. Dulin to Charles M. Dulin, 1 acre, Mocks- ville. - Kohler Interiors Furni- ture Co. to Wade Property Holding Mocksville, 31.42 acres, Mocksville, $3,OOO. - Lee Christine Gray and Richard P. Faude, sucessor co-trustees to Lindsay J. Stover, Lee Christine Gray, and Richard P. Faude, third interest each, 1 condomini- - Dominique Vonsiat- sky and Christopher Martin Shcpard to Armand A. Von- siatsky, I golfdominium, Farmington, $275. - Leonard Lee Haynes Jr. and Barbara Haynes, Charles A. Haynes and Alma Hnyncs, Linda Haynes Snow, and Betty H. Spillman and Jimmy Spill- man to Chadwick W. Eller and Kimberly Eller, 1 tract, ClarksviHe, $420. - Pilot View to Eastwood Construction, 3 lots, Farm- ington, $321. - McDaniel Investment Properties to James Bates and Virginia Bates, .57 acre, Mocksville. $268. - Amos Monroe Stroud to Troy A. Tyner and No- elle H. Tyncr, 26.44 acres, Mocksville, $30O. - Otha Howard Price and Karen C. Price to Douglas J. Mancini and Mary Mancini, 1 lot, Farmington. $580. - Jennifer Williams Owen, trustee to Donald Alan Lakey and Tiffany Hams Lakey, 60.98 acres, Mocksville. $80O. - Daniel Hughley Jr. and Belinda Renee Hughley to Optimistic Venture Group, .65 acre, $116. - Betty Danncr Seeding by attorneys in fact to Kar- en Barnhardt and Frankie M. Keaton Jr., 4,87 acres. Farmington, $224. - CityGate Homes to Craftsmen Quality, 1 lot. - James Dwight Myers and Sharon Sechrest Myers to Center United Methodist Church, 1.56 acres, $32. - Marian D. Weinstein Revocable Trust to Farm- ington Baptist Church, 1 tract, Farmington, $250. - Dorinda Porter to Shel- ley M. Wendel, 1 lot, Farm- ington, $390. Sr. and Shelby Hall Hilton to Kimberly Hilton Ridley, 2.6 acres, Jerusalem. - Bremon Dane Hilton Sr. and Shelby Hall Hilton > Brt i Dai • Hike;moi I tract, Jerusalem. -Michael W. Bcck(I/3rd interest) and Tiffany B. Beck to Tama B. Mason, 6.98 acres. Clarksville, $17. - Peggy R. King to Os- car L. Durham and Frances W. Durham, 1 lot. Shady Grove, $100. Cooleemee Police The following arc from Cooleemee Police Depart- ment reports. - A vehicle was damaged in the lower parking area at RiverPark, it was reported May I. - The larceny of two dealer license tags from ve- hicles off Necly Road was reported April 27. - The larceny of. a cell Cross Street was reported April 29. - Charles David "Doo- dle" Jacobs. 46, of Wood- leaf, was charged April 29 with being intoxicated and disruptive. Trial date: May 19. - Billy Ray Redmond Jr.. 37, of Duke Street, was charged May 9 with asault. - Derek Hagcn Walters. 35, of Duke St., Mocksville, was charged with driv- ing left of center. He was charged by the Highway Pa- trol with DWI. Mocksville Police The following are from Mocksville Police Depart - - The larceny of a credit card was reported May 2.1. - The larceny of a tele- phone from a vehicle at T/A Truck Stop. US 601 N., was reported May 19. - Someone attempted to return stolen merchandise for store credit at WalMart, it was reported May 17. pass counterfeit money at Advance Auto Parts. Yadk- inville Road, it was reported May 17. Arrest - Sara Elizabeth Curtis, 24, of Campbell Road, was charged May 18 with DWI and child abuse. Trial date: July 15. Arrests The following were ar- rested by the Davie County Sheriff's Department. May 16: Christopher Lord, 28, of Dallas, NC, obtaining property by false pretense, possession of controlled substance on jail premises, felony posses- sion Schedule H controlled substance, possession drug parapbemaJia, fugitive from another state; Stephen Vit- toc, 61, of Oak Tree Drive. Mocksville, failure to ap- pear in court; Gaige Hoi- Icy, 20. of Davie St.. Cool- ccmcc, simple possession Cameron Player, 17. of Da- vie St., Cooleemee, simple possession marijuana, para- phernalia. May 17: Kristy Prcsnell, 28, of Cherry Hill Road, Mocksville, failure to ap- pear in court; Brooke Mark- land. 18, of Peoples Creek Rond, Advance, possession marijuana paraphernalia; Ryan Gore, 29, of Peoples Creek Road, Advance, fel- ony probation violation; Jackie Minion. 46, of Har- mony, failure to appear in court; Jolynn Romeo, 40, of US 64 E., Mocksville. assault; Linda Romeo. 63, of US 64 E.. Mocksvillc, assault; Jason Green, 35, of Liberty Church Road, of Cable Lane. Mocksville, on Sheppard, 24. of Austin Lane, Advance, injury to real property; Lcvi Angu- lo-Cabrcra, 1 8, of Childrens Home Road, Mocksville, fleeing to elude arrest, rcck- i driving. Mocksvillc :ating threats. May 18: Brian White, 29. of Brockland Drive, Advance, possession stolen goods. May 19: Phillip Hen- dricks, 18, of Cane Mill Drive. Mocksvillc, break- ing, entering and larceny, larceny of a firearm, conspir- acy; Rayvon Flowers, 22, of Winston-Salem. breaking, entering and larceny, lar- Didenko, 29. of Windsong Road. Mocksville, contrib- uting to the delinquency of a juvenile; Damien Shipp,25. entering; Oamien Shipp, 25, of Winston-Salem, failure to appear in court; Tabitha Strohl, 25, of Woodleaf. failure to appear in court; Felicia Potter. 26, of Swice- good St., Cooleemee, con- spiracy to commit larceny, breaking, entering and lar- ceny; Timothy Moxley, 29, of Mason Drive, Mocks- larceny, obtaining property by false pretense, larceny of of Cleveland, NC. resisting an officer; Dalton McGee, 18, of Landis Court, Mocks- Sheriff's Dept. The following are from Davic County Sheriff's De- May 16: communicat- ing threats, NC 801 N.. Ad- vance; identity theft. Sain Road, Mocksville: domestic disturbance, Patricia Way. Mocksvillc; arson, Turrcn- tinc Church Road, Mocks- ville. May 17: domestic dis- turbance. Loop St., Mocks- ville; breaking, entering and larceny, Junction Road, Mocksvillc; breaking and entering, Ben Anderson Road, Mocksville; assault on child. 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She said Nicholson told her it was "highly likely" the number one ranked stu- dent at the end of the first semester would not be the number one ranked student at the end of the school year. were that if the school can determine who is eligible to graduate, they should be able to determine rank, the newspaper and the moving of a few names on the pro- gram should not be an issue, stials is not relevant to the matter, and the policy could be changed. She met with Superinten- Feb. 12 to ask for a change in the policy, and in a letter to her from Hartness dated Feb. 16, was told changing the calculation procedures at this point would not be fair to all students. In a letter to Hartness dated Feb. 28. Simmons said: "The two students who could potentially move up in AP classes that are not credited numerically as AP classes until the end of ... the semester. Therefore , Da- vie High School is essential- ly penalizing students for taking year-long AP classes She asked again for a change in the policy, and re- ceived an email from Hart- ness on March 7 that said he had not changed his deci- sion and was sorry they did not agree on the issue. On March 11, Nicholson forming her there was noth- ing in print stating whether end-of-ycar or mid-year GPA is used to calculate honor speakers, but that it had been the procedure to use mid-year GPA. On March 15, Simmons sent Hanness an email asking him to reconsider his deci- sion and saying if fairness was the only concern cited, it was not fair to expect a student or their parent to be cedure and its impact. The next day, Simmons Hartness that read: "In all due respect Mrs. Simmons, I will not continue to revisit this issue with you. Your concerns have been heard and carefully considered. 1 have made a decision and ' have shared the rationale behind that decision in writ- ing. We will have to agree to disagree. I wish your son the very best as he completes his senior year." out to school board mem- bers, receiving an email from Chair Chad Fuller that her email and letter had been received, thanking her for sharing her concerns and telling her they would take her concerns into consider- ation. The only other email she received from anyone on the board was from Paul Drechsler. who told her he would discuss her concerns with Hanness and the board. He told her he asked for a discussion among board members at the May meet- ing, and said he suspected the discussion would begin in the closed session, since it involved a student issue, but hoped it would roll over into the open meeting time as well. It did not. Simmons spoke to the board, something she said she considered her last ef- fort al .persuading them to bring about a change, but as is board policy, her com- ments were met with no dis- cussion. Erin Foil, director of ac- countability and student information, said while it is possible to "hand count" the lop ranked students at the end of the fourth quar- ter, something other schools do, "Davic County Schools wishes to give the students speaking at graduation the time to write, polish and practice their speeches. We do not want a student to go through this process, then find out just prior to gradua- tion they will not be able to deliver the speech they pre- pared." She said it would be dif- ficult for exams to be graded and the scores to be entered and audited when school ends as it does this year, on a Thursday and graduation is Saturday. The entire pro- cess takes more time than there is between the end of school and graduation, she said, and determining eli- gibility for graduation is an easier process than deter- mining rank. A presentation follow- ing Simmons' comments centered on not when, but how grades and GPAs will be calculated going for- ward, because of the state's new implementation of a 10-point grading scale and changes in the weighting of However, also included in the presentation was a recommendation lo identify the top two ranked students at the end of the second se- mester, by using final grades of the top 1O ranked students and hand-calculating the GPAs. The change would begin with the current fresh- man class and could be vot- ed on by the board at their June meeting. Simmons wonders why, if rank can be calculated that way in 2019 (when the freshman class graduates), it cannot be done that way "1 just don't understand the honesty or fairness of this. It was implied to me should have addressed this of ihc school year, but this is an unwritten procedure; I couldn't find it in writing ten procedure, how am I supposed to talk to anyone about it? If the school sys- est and project honesty and fairness, this is not the way to do it." New Grading Scale Could Affect Graduations By Beth Cassidy Enterprise Record A state-mandated change to a 10-point grading scale and weighting of courses has prompted a recommen- dation to changes during graduation that could affect the current freshman classes at Davie High and the Early College. In a presentation before the board at the May 10 meeting, Erin Foil, director of accountability and stu- dent information, and Jinda Hayncs. director of -*:ur- . riculum, told the board the state's changes will likely result in an increase in ties in class rank that would complicate the academic recognitions associated with rank. • A committee called GRIT (Graduation Recog- nition Innovation Team) representatives from high schools, the central office, and parents met over the spring to review current procedures and explore op- tions for recognitions. Prin- cipals at both schools met with students Currently.at Davie High, the valedictorian, salutato- rian and third ranked senior deliver speeches at gradu- ation, and the rankings arc determined at the end of the , *At thc-Earlji College, the valedictorian and/or saluta- torian and a student-chosen speaker deliver speeches at graduation. year at both schools. The committee, Haynes said, liked the idea of estab- lishing levels of distinction lative GPA. "We wanted to focus on GPA rather than rank. When we focus on rank, we end up with students who bump oiher students versus if we look at GPA and have a set criteria, ihcn all who meet those lofty targets earn rec- ognition," she said. She said the committee also "thoroughly discussed when honors could, should, and would be determined. So as wq..talk atom these levels of distinction, with the number of students we're talking about rec- ognizing, the levels would have to be determined at the end of the first semester of that senior year." The committee devel- oped proposals for the dis- trict policy, but committees at both schools would deter- mine their own procedures. One of the first recom- mendations is to change the name from class rank to special academic rccogni- Foil said students at Da- vie favor the Latin honor system, using the terms cum laude (with honor), magna cum laude (with great hon- or) and summa cum laude (with highest honor). Those honors would be based on minimum grade point aver- ages. But they al; retain the desigi inted t •aledic and salui rian to be at least acknowl- edged during the graduation ceremony. An augmented scale would be used to break a lie between the two, jf necessary. The top f places would be determined at the end of the second se- mester of the senior year. At the Early College, the use of Honors and High Honors would be used to indicate levels of distinc- tion for graduates, and those levels would also be deter- mined by minimum grade point averages. The schools would de- cide individually the num- ber of graduation speak- ers, how speakers would be chosen, and what visual rccognitioos .would-be used, such as special symbols in the graduation programs to signify student accomplish- ments, cords, collars, med- Haynes said Davie favors one academic speaker cho- sen from the top 10 students Mocksville To Eye Annexation Request By Beth Cassidy Enterprise Record notice was posted about the change. So the board met again May 11 and quickly moved through votes. Town Manager Christine plic of grants it for the wn's The Mocksville Town Board met twice this month to vote on agenda items. The first meeting, schcd- Bralley and Town Attorney uled for 4 p.m. May 3. Hank Van Hoy were in court was changed to 7 p.m. The in Winslon-Salem and were town's website states meet- unable to attend the meet- ings are at 4 p.rn- on the first ing. Tuesday of each month and All votes by the board any change will be posted were unanimous, to the public notices sec- Approved were resolu- tion of the website, but no tions pertaining to the ap- water and sewer systems and toward improvements at the Dutchman's Creek Wastewater and Treatment Plant. They also voted to con- tract with Charles R. Under- wood, Inc. and L/ayne Pump to replace raw water pumps at the Hunting Creek pump of $275,000. Work is ex- pected to begin in the fall. The board approved an engineering contract with Willis Engineers, in con- nection with the Soulhpoint Business Park Expansion Phase 1 for the design, bid- ding and awards for general contracts, construction as- sistance, inspections and regulatory approval.The es- with Willis is $88,000. Approval was given for the clerk to investigate a parcel of land for poten- tial voluntary annexation, a request made by O'Reilly Auto Parts. The parcel of land is on US 601 N.,and a public hearing will be held at the next board meeting June 7 at 4p.m. The last item for vote was to approve an agree- ment with Forte Payment Systems that will allow the town to be able to process credit card payments for water and other bills. Davie Grand Jury Issues Indictments tssaultThe followin_ dieted by a grand jury during deadly weapon with ii the May 16 session of Davie to kill. Superior Court. - Roger Dale Colin - Robert Allen Baker, ha- bitual felon, two counts ha- bitual assault. - Eric Dean Beal, larceny - Jdel Dewitt Clark, felo- ny breaking/entering, felony sault inflicting serious injury by strangulation, habitual misdemeanor assault, pos- rency. - Reginald Leander Gilm- ore, breaking/entering, lar- aL,May28thlOam 208O Welfare Rd, Winston-SalemEstate ofC.D. 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' - Marion Lee Hall, pur- chase firearm by person subjecl to domestic violence order. - Shane Aaron Hartness, possession of firearm by a convicted felon, felony pos- session of slolen goods, pos- session of drug parapher- nalia, breaking/enlering, larceny pursuant to breaking/ goods, larceny of a firearm. - Clifton Woemer Hig- gins, six attempted third de- gree exploitation of a minor. second degree burglary, larceny pursuant to second degree burglary, felony con- spiracy. - Keshawn Todd Ingram, felony breaking/enlering, as- sault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, conspira- cy. - Dylan Addison Ken- nedy, larceny of a firearm, larceny by employee. - Amy Elizabeth Little, three counts sale of a sched- ule I! controlled substance. - Stephanie Lynn Mc- false prcteni - Jodcci Lamont Medley, 2 counts breaking/entering, 2 counts conspiracy, attempted larceny pursuant lo breaking/ entering. - Christie Nunn, 2 counts common law robbery, abuse of disabled/elderly adult. - Stephnn Franklin Parr, sale of a schedule 11 con- trolled substance. - Jamie Clinton Queen. a concealed gun. - Dean Arthur Riendeau, conspiracy. - Jevin Lornezo Scott, second degree burglary, larceny pursuant to second degree burglary, felony con- spiracy. habitual breaking/entering, 2 counts breaking/entering, 2 counts conspiracy, simple possession of schedule VI controlled substance, posses- nalia, altering/destroying/ stealing criminal evidence, attempted larceny pursuant to breaking/entering. - William Devon-Dema- igletary. felony break- dure, obtaining property by ing/entering, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, felony conspiracy. Bron Depaul Smith. conspiring to traffic opium and heroin, possession with intent to manufacture/sell/ deliver schedule II controlled substance, selling/delivering l.OOO feet of a school. - Jamie Smith, 12 counts possession/distribution of meth precursor, manufactur- ing meth. - Lamar Demount Thom- as, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, attempt to discharge weapon into occupied property, felo- ny breaking/entering, felony juana,3 counts sale of sched- ule II controlled substance. - Christopher Webb,' 8 counts possess ion/distribu- ufacturing meth. - Larry Sh; bitual felon. 2 ing/entering a vehicle, resist- ing public officer. - Amanda Sue Wheeler, possession of meth. n West, ha- lunts break- by the top 10 students, another speaker, the recipi- ent of the War Eagle Award, a graduate who exemplifies good character, leadership and service to the commu- nity, nominated by the com- munity and voted on by the At the Early College, Hayncs said "their approach to speakers was a little more flexible than at Davic" and would incorporate student nomination and voting, as that is part of their culture, she said. There would be one spcak&A. who caened . other who is eligible for the Phoenix Award, which is focused on a well-rounded student who exemplifies nol only academic excellence but also character and citi- zenship. Junior marshals at both schools would be de- termined by cumulative weighted GPA at the end of first semester of their junior year. At Davie, there would be 11, and at the Early Col- lege, no more than 10. Foil said, "Another im- portant thing the committee really looked at was making sure we recognized all stu- dents in whatever path they took through high school, also recognizing students with very high unweighted GPAs if they take classes that aren't weiglHed. Thai can be more inclusive of students rather than bump- ing anyone out of a recogni- tion because they may have taken different classes." Expectations would be communicated to students either by their ninth grade year or during the registra- tion process for ninth grade. Superintendent Dr. Dar- rin Hartness said other school systems are dealing with the same issues, add- ing: "1 believe this process with the Latin honors, espe- cially al Davie High, and at the Early College with high honors and honors recog- nizes a group of students ognition. It's hard for me to say that our top 10 students that might be separated by thousandths of points in their GPAs should nol all be recognized. So I re- ally like this process you've been through, and 1 applaud the committee for bringing The board is expected to vote on the policy changes at their June meeting. Mini- mum GPA requirement rec- ommendations are located on the board's website in the boorddocs jcom section, under the May 11 agenda. Special Academic Recogni- tion. SHOP LOCAL! SHOP DAVIE! 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Wall and Davio County Wattmna'Memorial by Marie Benge Craig Roth Sports DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday. May 26.2016 - Bl Davie Softball Rallies With 6-Run 7th By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record KANNAPOUS - When the bol- tom of the sixth inning ended. Da- vic Softball fans were prclty much saying: "That's it. That's too much to overcome. It was a good year." The War Eagles had nothing going for them, trailing host A.L. Brown 7-3 in the third round of the 4-A playoffs at Kannapolis Middle School on May 17.ThatfeIt like an even larger deficit with Catnwba signee Kaylec Cook pitching for the Wonders. When the War Eagles began this thought flashed through their minds: "Oh, my goodness." They put together six straight hits, scored six runs and stole a 9-7 victory that will be replayed approximately forever. "We knew we had it in us," Da- vie coach Dawn Lowery said amid hugging, screaming and celebrating players and fans. "I fold the girls: 'If you don't go out there and win it for the coaches or for your best friend, go out there and win it for the seniors.' It really sparked them. We came out with a purpose and the purpose was to put (he ball in play, get some hits and scratch out some runs.That's what we did and I'm so proud of them." The fifth-seeded Wonders, who went I2-O in the Mccka Confer- ence, completed the greatest season in school history at 23-4. No. 20 Davie improved to 18-9. Thanks to consecutive sev- enth-inning hits from Bridget! Ticrney, Anna Devereaux, Sierra Ferguson, Makenzie Smith, Jessie Beck and Katclyn Webb, Davie reached the quarterfinals for the fifth time in its 20-year history of fastpitch, joining teams from 1998, 2000,2001 and 2010. "I've never been apart of some- thing like that," Lowery said after guiding Davie to 18 wins for the second time in two years as coach. "As a fairly new coach, I'm just so excited." Ace pitcher Olivia Boger had been tremendous in the postseason, going 2-O with' 11 scoreless innings with four hits allowed to run her season record to 12-4. But the ju- nior's momentum ended abruptly. In the bottom of the first. Brown's first four batters rapped hits and a fifth hit followed as the Wonders bolted to a 3-D lead. Lowery pulled Boger after the first and handed the ball to Julie Cough, who earned the win by going the final six innings. Please See Rallies - Page B2 Whit Merrifield fouls off a pitch during his first major league at-bat on May 18. How Sweet It Is Merrifield Makes Major League Debut By Brian Pitts Davie Enterprise Record leagues. "It's hard to explain." the If you need a lesson in the power of patience and perseverance, see Wh! full years in the minor leagues, after playing 707 games in Kansas City's organization and aftcrsceing over 2,OOO at-bats in the Royals' farm system. Merrifield can boast one of the greatest Davie County stories ever told. Merrifield reached the major graduated from Davie High in 2OO7 told the Kansas City Slar. "You Red Sox. But his journey from the minors to the majors had its share of speed bumps. Just look at the number of let- to get to the big leagues." Merrirield is an easy player to cheer for. He won in the face of seemingly insurmountable adver- sity, earning a promotion from Triple-A Omaha to Kansas City on May 18 and debuting with a start in left field against the visiting Boston homers and 41 doubles while spending time at Double-A North- west Arkansas and Omaha. Despite the great numbers, Merrifield did not get called up in September. The Royals would reach the World Series, losing in seven gomes to San Francisco. Whit's fiancee, Jordan Michael, takes a selfie before the game. The War Eagles hold up four fingers to signify they are headed to the fourth round after a breathtaking s • Mcrrifield returned to Omaha in 2015. hitting .265 in 135 games and stealing 32 bases in 39 at- tempts. He did not get a September call-up as the Royals won their first World Series since 1985, beating the New York Mets in five games. On top of that, Merrifield was not placed on the 4O-man roster. • On July 8. 2015. Merrifield was playing second base for Oma- ha. In the sixth inning, he was sud- denly removed from the game. In a Kansas City game that same night, left fielder Alex Gordon suffered a serious injury. Merrifield getting pulled could only mean one thing - he was headed to The Show. Ap- parently, ihe Royals* brass changed their mind and decided to pull up someone else. • In 2015 and 2016. Terrance Gore got the 25lh and final rosier spot, even though Merrifield had performed splendidly in spring training in back-to-back years. Before the April 3 season opener, he was one of the last players cut. Talk about punches t6 the gut. "It's hard not to get frustrated." Merrifield said several months ago. "Last year I feel like I kind of let my season slip away after the whole Gordon thing happened. I was having a good year, then I kind of fell apart at the end. It's hard to say anything bad about what they did because they won a world championship. So obviously they made the right move. But I felt like I could have helped. They made the Please Sec Merrifield - Page B4 Softball Run Ends In Quarterfinals By Brian Pitts Davie Hnterprise Record WELCOME - Ail good things - and Davje's softball team winning seven straight, including three in the 4-A playoffs, was a very good thing - must come to an end, and the War Eagles* season ended in a 3-2 loss at North Davidson in the quarterfinals on May 19. After knocking out the 13. four and five seeds. 2Oth-seetied Davie learned so painfully dial sometimes giving everything you've 50* still Please See Ends - jPage B2 B2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thm-iday. May 26.2016 Rallies ., Continued From Page Bl "Olivia is a great pitcher," out early not because she couldn't have come back from it. We just thought we needed a change. We didn't want it to gcfany deeper than 3-O. At this level of the playoffs, you can't get down five or six runs." Cough did an admirable job in her first outing in four games. Her experience paid off. It was her I9th appearance of the season. 190 career innings on varsity and 20 wins. She improved to 6-5. "Julie's been in situations like this," Lowery said. "And we were confident she could get some work down. We told Olivia she wasn't done, but Julie did her job and we're proud of her." In the second, the left fielder robbed Smith with a shoestring catch. Beck walked and Webb singled. but Davie stranded two run- double play in the Brown second, and Cough escaped trouble in the third. With runners at second and third Hannah Woody held the lead runner and got the first out. Then Parks, Ferguson and Webb turned a 6-3-2 double play to keep the score 3-0. "That's the way it's gone for us this postseason," Low- plays in Key situations that have really changed the mo- getting too far behind. With the exception of the first inning, the defense was on point. We've worked on it a lot in practice. Lots of reps and hitting the balls at them hard. If you can field these balls, you can field any of the balls that are hit to you (in a game)." Davie climbed back with- in 3-2 in the fourth. Smith singled. Beck walked and pitch . Parks' ground out plat- ed one and Woody 's single to center scored another. But Brown again had a it scored three fifth-inning runs on three hits, a walk and a wild pitch. Davie got one of those runs back in the sixth. Beck blistered one over a leap- ing second baseman. Webb mashed one off the sec- Parks got an infield hit, an overthrow at first allowed a run that cut the deficit to 6-3. But Davie left two runs out there by striking out and flying out. Brown added an insur- ance run in the sixth. With a runner at third and two outs, Kaitlin Moore doubled to left-center. Moore was the ringmaster for Brown, going 4 for 4 with three doubles and three RBls. She a first-inning double off the bled over the right fielder's head in the third. She singled sharply in the fifth. "She destroyed the ball," Brown coach Scott Rodgcrs told the Salisbury Post. Down 7-3 , the War Eagles basically had 16 in a hand of blackjack. Brown could smell a 19th straight win. It hadn't lost since March 15. "We were in great posi- tion ," Rodgers said. "But Da- and we knew we were going to have to fight all night." The War Eagles had sev- en hits through six innings against Cook, the future Catawba pitcher. But they opened the seventh with six straight hits, starting with Tiemey's bullet off the scc- was her 42nd hit, setting the Morgan Hcndrix had from 2014. The next batter, Dcver- eaux, singled between short and third. Then Ferguson third, the single cutting it to 7-4. Then Smith drove a sin- gle up the middle to make it 7-5 .Then Beck served a soft single to right, past a diving second baseman. "I just watched it unfold hit after hit, and then when 1 saw the Scoreboard chang- ing and us getting a little bit closer. I knew we had it." Lowery said. With the score 7-6, a wild and third. Webb sent a rocket up the middle, tying it at 7, putting runners at the corners and chasing Cook, who was replaced by Ashlynn Stokes. The reliever nearly got out of it, getting a strikeout and a popup. But a 1-2 pitch to McKenzie Barney castle was in the dirt, the wild pitch bringing in Beck for an 8-7 Davie lead and moving cour- tesy-runner Sydney Wyatt to second. Bameycastle hit a comebacker, but her speed forced a hurried throw in baseman and Wyatt raced home for the 9-7 lead. "The girls were pumped in the dugout," Lowery said. "They had each oth- er's backs. Our fans were great. They've been great this whole postseason. It was just fun to watch-" Parks, playing third base in the late innings, put Brown to bed in the bottom of the seventh, throwing two run- a popup as Brown brought the tying run to the plate. Brown outhit Davie 14-13, but Davie found a way, win- ning one for the archives. "We put the ball in play and made them make plays," Lowery said. "They made some errors and it worked out for us in the long run." Webb (3-4) had three hits, while Smith (2-4) and Beck (2-2, three runs, two walks) had two each. Ends ... Continued From Page Bl won't be enough. It was Davie's first loss since North won at Rich Park on April 19. The top-seeded Black Knights improved to 26-2, while Davie finished 18-10. Davie was feisty, clawing out of a 3-0 hole and putting the tying and go-ahead run- ners on in the seventh inning. "I was proud of the way the girls showed up," coach Dawn Lowery said. "They mted it. With the except! ues came inThree of the the first two innings, when North grabbed the 3-0 lead. "I've said it since I start- play almost a perfect game North Davidson, and we weren't perfect tonight," Lowery said. "We got our- selves in good situations, when we needed to." If Davie doesn't fall short, catcher Katelyn Webb would of a few plays here and there, have been the game's MVP. we were in it the whole time. The catcher went 2 for 3 with It was an exciting ride." a home run. She also picked two runners. McKenzie (2-4) had two hits as well. Sierra Ferguson and Makenzie Smith were both 1 for 3. "That's one of the best games I've ever seen Katelyn play," Lowery said. "The first time we played them ^^t feels like we ojay Da- off t vie hve times a year," North Barn pitcher Carson Pace told The Dispatch. "They're a great team and they really brought their A game. We had to step it up in the last couple of Davie hung with North in hits (7-6 in favor of the Knights), but five errors (compared to two for North) left the War Eagles thinking about what might have been. with a broke thumb. So I knew they were going to test her a little bit, and she didn't hesitate behind the Gifts for Orads! 5O%Off Watches 2503 Lewisville-Clemmons Rd., Clemmons Beside Lowes Foods plate.The pickoffs were very timely, and the hpme run was awesome." North parlayed a walk, 1-0 lead in the first. In the North second, two doubles, a single and an error enabled the Knights to push the lead to 3-0. Webb picked off a runner at third with a throw to Desircc Lewis or North Webb did it with her bat while leading off the third. She homered over the 210- foot fence in left-center to put Davie on the board.That put her in a tie with Ferguson for the second-most homers (four) in Davie's 20-year fastpitch history. "I 'm very proud of her for what she did," Lowery said. "(A home run) doesn't hap- us fee'l like: 'Hey, we're still Later, in the third, K'lea Parks was hit by a pitch, Bameycastle bunted for a hit and Bridget! Tiemey walked to load the bases. But Pace escaped the jam with back- to-back swinging strikeouts. The North senior finished with one walk and 12 Ks, lifting her record to 23-2. "Carson, again, was a rock," North coach Mike Lambros told The Dispatch. "We have pitched against them so many times this year, so we know each batter's weaknesses and we try to work to that," Pace said. In the North ihird,second baseman Makenzie Smith caught a liner and turned a double play with a toss to Ferguson at first. With one on and one out in the North fourth, Webb threw to Fer- guson to pick off her second runner. In the fifth, Olivia Bogcr stranded a runner at second with a strikeout. Davie inched back to 3-2 in the sixth. With two outs, Ferguson dumped an opposite-field single down the left-field line. The ball spun past the fielder and allowed Ferguson to reach second. Smith followed with an infield hit to short. The shortstop threw low to first and Ferguson scored. With the tying run at second. Pace induced a ground out. "We didn't get to play the that (in the playoffs)," Lam- bros said. "Thai's a tribute 10 them. That's why they're in the fourth round. That's how we play in the (Central Piedmont Conference). You see how strong it is." Davie committed two didn't hurt because Fergu- son. Smith and Parks turned a 3—4-6 double play on a bunt. Davie showed fight in the seventh. Webb started with the single to left. Alexis it popped out when she hit the ground. The next bat- ter. Parks, who was 3 for 5 lar-scason meetings, flew out ; been seeing 'ell this post- against West Forsyth, reach- (regulars-season) games this ing the semifinals for the year? Yeah. But our playoff third straight year. This was run was more important and their 10th straight win. more impressive. Next year "They're a veteran team," the majority of the team Lowery said. "They're is going to be juniors and good in these situations, seniors." They thrive in the playoffs. They've been there and done it. We did put some pressure on them. I saw them shakier than probably 1 've ever seen them before, but Carson kind of shut us down." After getting chased early against A.L. Brown, Boger responded with a respectable outing. It was her eighth "She had a little bit of a Davie alive with a liner off shaky start, but she didn't the outstretched glove of falter," Lowery said. "She shortstop Haley Cole. With came back and pitched really att at second and Bameycas- tle at first,Tierney stepped in the box. She tried a soft slap, the ball trickled foul and ihe ump ruled out her, calling it a bunt attempt with two strikes. It was a controversial ending. "I hate the way it ended," "Parks has the ball really season," Lowery said. "And she looked confident. That deep fly ball was just right at her. I never doubt K'lea when she steps in the box." Pace struck out the next batter, but Barneycastle kept owcry said. "(The plate 11 piix-} said she did not 'ell. The defensive ei did not help her. She was doing her job. She gave up a few hits, but nothing that was typical of North Davidson. I'm very proud of her. She wanted it. She was in the zone. A.L. Brown got to her a little bit, but she bounced back at the right time against North. "I hate it ended the way it have a lot to be,ng through it and that she did, but wi just stuck the bat out there, proud of." On a soft slap, the bat has Brace yourself for 2017. to come through the zone. Everyone who was on the North, West (Forsyth) and field at North will be back Reagan have been on us all next year. There will be 11 year trying to get that call. It's very close and Bridget! knows that. We mentioned to her before the game that they were going to be looking for it. I knew it was probably going to happen at some point. I just hate it was the very last play of the game. As ulie Notes • North's only two losses were 2-1 scores against For- bush and Enka. • The Black Knights are Davie's nemesis, but then again, they're a nemesis to most everyone. They beat Davie 9-2 and 8-4 in the regular season, and they've won 38 of 39 meetings. • Tierney, Anna Dever- eaux, Bameycastle, Smith, Parks, Ferguson, Webb and Boger cracked the top five in different single-season categories. Tiemey (92) and Dever- eaux (91) are 1-2 in at-bats. Morgan Hendrix held the record with 87 in 2014. ... Tierney is second in runs with 32. Hendrix had 44 in 2014. ... Tierney is first in hits with 42. Hendrix had 41 in 2014. Hendrix had 39 in 2O13. Barneycastle is tied for third with 39. ... Smith is fifth in RBIs with 26. Caroline Miller (34 in 2013), Morgan Wyatt (29 in 20O9). Abby Daniels (28 in 2014) and Sarah Myers (28 in 2014) comprise the top four. ... Parks tied for fifth with eight doubles. Jordan Schultz (12 in 2007), Wyatt (10 in 2007), Ashlie Sanders (nine in 1998) and Sadie La- gle (nine in 2011) represent the top four. ...Wyatt hit a re- cord nine home runs in 2009. unfortunate as that call that wasn't what cost us the game. We had 12 strikeouts. We had us down for nine er- what cost us the game. The Black Knights vanccd to the Western gional championship s "Wc're losing Ju Gough, Lindscy Custer and Kasey Potts," Lowery said. "The three seniors didn't play (vs. ND), but they've made a huge impact on our team and we'll miss them pects of the game - leader- Ferguson and Webb are tied ship, focus in practice and for second with four. Smith things like that. We're defi- is tied for fourth with three. Amber Hamm hit three in 1999—Shannon Handy has the record for wins, going 15-1 in 2OO1. Handy went 12-4 in 20OO. Eager (12-5) nitely going to miss them, have an entire starting line- up back. The bar has been set. Would we have liked to have won some oG those big is tied fo cond. Davie Softball Stats AVG. Bridget! Tierney .456 McKenzie Bameycastle .453 2016 Record: 18-10, 8-4 CPC Sierra Ferguson Katelyn Webb Anna Devereaux Jessie Beck K'lea Parks Makenzie Smith Hannah Woody Lindsey Custer Kasey Ports Sydney Hendren Olivia Boger Julie Gough Desirec Lewis Emilee Dish man Sydney Wyatt TOTALS Olivia Boger Julie Gough TOTALS .434 .385 362 .350 .317 .303 ..266 .276 .253 333 333 333 .187 .000 .OOO 359 W-L ERA 12-5 2.45 6-5 3.54 18-10 253 AB 92 32 86 26 *69 20 70 8 91 25 57 85 79 27 33 20 27 • 24 12 3 3 3 16 RBI BB 15 7 9 10 24 6 23 3 18 4 0 791 3 0 O 0 222 284 44 5 G GS CG SH SV IP 24 18 8 5 1 94 19 10 4 1 3 73 28 28 12 6 4 167 16 0 177 R ER BB 51 33 45 87 66 37 20 169 117 70 65 82 SO 93 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD.Tporsday. May 26.2O16 - B3 For All Your Printing Needs! (336)753-1812 S3 SOUTHERN STATES Shoaf Concrete Co. Davie Farm Service. Inc. 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It just kinda sucked for me personally. But it's a busi- ness and obviously they did what they needed to do. The last couple years I've done all I can to open some eyes. I've always said the minor leagues arc not where I thrive. It's hard for me to go out and play just for myself when there's not a whole lot of emphasis on winning. Guys are developing. Guys are trying to move on in their career. It's a hard atmo- sphere for me to play in. I've done the best I can. I'll keep working on my game and hopefully make that jump." Through 36 games for Omaha in 2016, Merrifield was hitting .278 with a .342 on-base percentage, five homers, 11 doubles, 17 RBIs,25 runs and 16 steals in 17 tries. In 22 games and 199 innings at second base, he had one error. On May 17, Merrifield was in Tacoma, Wash., play- ing golf when he saw a text message from Omaha man- ager Brian Poldbcrg. "We had just finished playing Chambers Bay (Golf Course)," Merrifield said. "I got off 18, looked at my phone and our manager tex- ted.I knew then." .The Royals had a day- night doubleheader with found out late last night and lations. Bill and Kissy and BostononMay 18.Between it'sbeenawhirlwind.rightT' all the family. If we think games came the announce- Bill: "We haven't slept everybody is tired with a since ll:30(p.m.)lastnight. doubleheader. I know you Whit was on the West Coast, -guys are much more tired, and when he found out he But it's a day I'm sure you called us. We couldn't be will never forget. You have more proud of him. We a big-league son." were going to go wherever In the clubhouse after the he was. 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His hometown fans were abuzz. Most of the 30-min- ute pregame show on the Royals' network - hosted by Joel Goldberg and Jeff happened, v Montgomery - was dedicat- be there." ed to Merrifield's pending Goldberg: "Kissy, you debut. look like the most proud and Goldberg said: "Every nervous mother in the world, it. To get it off a guy like manager would love to have exhaling after every pitch. Price, it's the icing on top. I a guy like Whit Merrifield. What is it like to sec your got a little antsy first at-bat. He had a phenomenal spring son on a big-league field?" I was a little amped up. But training. He can play basi- Kissy: "It's so surreal, after that I settled in and cally anywhere but pitcher He has worked so hard and started picking the ball up a and catcher. He might have we're just so proud. We little better. The second at- been the best player the Roy- knew this day would come, bat, I saw achangeup out of als had in spring training, but it's been a while. We're his hand. He left it up and I He absolutely opened eyes, just so happy we could be got the barrel on it. I chopped but there wasn't a spot for here to watch him." it in the ground, but I'll take him. From the folks I talk to Bill: "Whit never lo£t -p and we saw him at spring faith that this day was going training and talked to him to happen." some-say that his makeup is Goldberg: "Kissy, we off the charts. He is the type watched him during spring of guy that every manager training.Hemighthavebeen wants in his dugout or on the thebestplayerinallofcamp. You can try all you ^ field. A very, very high class. How encouraged were you the minor leagues, it's just responsible and play hard watching that and this was not the (same) environment, type of guy. And certainly getting closer?" It's so exciting to get back versatile too. Maybe we'll Kissy': "Very encouraged, to not caring about anything see a little bit of magic from My daughter, Costner, and 1 but winning." Whit Merrifield. His family went out toward the end and Goldberg sent viewers is here and they will be anx- he did good. He was pumped back to the studio with this: iously awaiting as they are up and we were hoping. "I think Royals' fans are wearing their Royals'gear." We knew it would happen, really going to like Whit Merrifield was batting whether it was then or later." ninth and playing left field. Goldberg: "We were He was going to face one of doing one of his (spring the top pitchers in the game, training) games and I talk- the imposing 6-5 lefty David ed about six positions, t Price, who signed a sev- (Whit) corrected me and said en-year,$217 million deal in it's seven. Was he always the offseason. In 2O10, Price this way? Was he a guy cometrue." was second in the Cy Young who could play every single Merrifield did not play Award voting. He won the position, because that's C^ Young in 2012. He was unique?" 5eco<ndinthevotingin20'l5. ' Bill: "Most of the best He went 7 1/3 innings to beat players growing up are breakthrough continued on KC 5-2, running his season shortstops, but he prided Saturday as he started at record to 6-1 and his career himself on being able to go second and batted eighth, mark to 110-57. in the outfield and shag fly His first action in the field In the third inning, Mer- balls or go to first base and was a 6-4-3 double play, rifield flew out to center in pick balls. He wanted to be His second play was another his first at-bat. But the debut on the field no matter what 6-4-3 double play, this time became extra special in the it took. He's made himself a with the bases loaded, no fifth, when he got his first big-league player. By putting outs and the Royals nursing major league hit with a sharp 20 pounds on last offseason, a 2-0 lead. In the ninth, he grounder between short and it was the most amazing assisted the first out to help third. He finished 1 for 3. thingl'veeverseen.andour KC secure a 2-1 win. He facing Price each time. food bill proves it." went 1 for 4, sending a bullet "I hope he gets 2,999 Goldberg: "You played over short for a single, more (hits)," the Royals* college baseball and minor He's one of those rare broadcaster said. "It's great league ball. You played col- guys who can play every when the parents have a lege tennis. So who gets the position except pitcher and chance to actually be here." credit for the athleticism, catcher. He has what it takes It took years, but Mer- mom or dad?" inside the chest and above rifield is finally seeing the Kissy: "I get the credit for the neck. He's a prime ex- fruits of his labor. In the the speed. He gets the credit ample of never-dying deter- i offseason, he worked out for the power." Laughter mination. j relentlessly at Adam Bar- broke out. "Looking for versatility, ber's Torque Performance Bill: "He will tell yo gym in Mocksville and put best athlete in the family is on 20 pounds, bulking up Kissy, and that's OK. We to 195. He devoured seven joke about it a lot. I'v meals a day. to say at this point he's got extending (Danny) Duffy as For four-plus minutes to be the best athlete in the a starter, so we're short (in during the top of the fourth, family. When he started out the bullpen). Plus, (Mem- Goldberg interviewed Whit's in A ball, he won the Com- field) had 16 stolen bases in parents. Bill and Kissy Mer- munity Service Award in the Triple-A. It's another piece rifield. Sister Costner, broth- Carolina League. You've got we can use off me bench to er Hite and fiance Jordan to create the whole person, help us win a game. If we Michael were also on hand and his whole person is off pinch-hit (Jarrod Dyson) for this incredible moment, the charts." for someone, Whit can play Goldberg: "Bill, you Goldberg: "Congratu- anywhere on the field." Merrifield and the way he plays the game." The next day, Merrifield weeted: "thank you to ev- ' eryone for all your support and kind words. It's been a long journey and a dream in the Royals' next gai Friday at the Chicago White 'X. But his heartwarming that's exactly it," Royals manager Ned Yost said. iVc've got to carry (13 pitchers) right now. We're 336-713-BEST (2378) WakeHealth.edu/BestHealth Specializing in men's hair services Including: Haircuts, Shaves, Beard/Mustache Trims, Eyebrow Clean Ups, Facials Ask about our Groomsmen Gatherings - great way to kickback, relax and treat the men involved with your "big day" to the finest grooming services there are! Lynn Roland. Master Barber 335-307-SS33 134 Hillsdale West Drive • Advance. NC -*"_.— l~-"— "—i: Sat 8am - 3pm: Si ~' DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday, May 26.2016 - B5 Bill Merrilield records the big moment, while Klssy (right) battles nerves. Seated beside Bill is Whit's brother, Hite. Joel Goldberg of the Royals' broadcast team interviews the parents during the game. At right, the family celebrates Whit's first major leagui Whit gets a hit in his major league debut with a ground-ball single between short and third. Whit throws the ball to the infield. - AP Pnoto/Orlin Wagner. At right, first-base coach Rusty Kuntz congratulates Whit on his first hit B6 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 26,2016 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD.Thursday, May 26, 2OI6 - B7 Little Hits .461 For South Davie Baseball Jack Reynolds pitched a complete game and Evan Little pounded out three hits as South Davic's baseball team snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 2-O road win over Central Wilkes on May 9. The Tigers have improved a ton since last year, and Reynolds and Little have their fingerprints all over the jump from i-10 in 2015 lo 4-9 at this point in the season. Reynolds produced South's first shutout since a 14-O blowout at Lexington in 2014. He went seven innings in 73 pitches, allowing just three hits (all singles), walk- ing none and striking out six.. He retired Central in order in South-s Bishop Norman throws the shot put. At right, North's Grace Masenoup won three events - high jump, 100 hurdles and 165 hurdles. Howard Leads Jaguars To Track Title The Ellis boys track & field team pulled out an ex- tremely tight victory in the season-ending conference meet at Davie High.The Jag- uars had 112 points to North Davie's HO.Asheboro's 109 and Lexington's 96. South Davie (26) and Thomasville (8) rounded out the six-team meet. Julian Howard led Ellis with first-place finishes in the high jump and 100. Oth- er winners from Ellis were Zachary Moore (mile), Isaiah Saunders (400) and Garrett Price (800). Finishing second for Ellis were Aidan Payne (high jump), Moore (110 hurdles) and Price (mile). North Davie's Anthony Deters won the triple jump- North's Channing Glenn, Carter Moore, Bryan Rodri- guez and Deters captured the 160O relay. Finishing second for the Wildcats were Deters (long jump), Noah Bohannon (triple jump), Glenn (400), Matt Hill (165 hurdles) and Adrian Cranfill (200). Cranfill ran a school-record 23.75 in the 200. Logan Ballou-Tomel, Bohannon, Josh Robinson and Cranfill broke the school record in the 40O relay at 49.22 as they placed third. South Davie's only first- oc second-place finisher was Bishop Norman, who won the discus and took second in the shot put. ND Girls 2nd Asheboro ran away with the girls meet, tallying 132 points. North Davie (84), South Davie (67), Thom- asville (64), Ellis (55) and Lexington (48) completed the scoring. North's Grace Masencup achieved three first places, winning the high jump, 100 hurdles and 165 hurdles. North also took first in the 1600 relay with Kerigan Zaferatos, Mikayla Correll, Blakely Freeman and Pay- ton Groover. North's Rcece Latham finished second in the 165 hurdles. "They all did such a great job," North coach Don Tabat • said. "Asheboro was just too tough." The one winner from Ellis was Emerson Frantz in the mile. Ellis' McKeime Stakely (long jump) and Dakota Hutchins (400) had second-place performances. South Davie got run- ner-up showings from Taliah Washington (shot put). Mat- tie Pilcher (discus), Alayna Smith (high jump) and Layla Caldwell (triple jump). Ellis' Isaiah Saunders win the 400. At right, North's Reece Latham takes second in the 165 hurdles. North's Adrian Cranfill (left) and Ellis' Julian Howard (right) race to the finish line in the 100, with Howard getting the win. the second, third, fourth and sixth, and only two Central "He's pitched good just about every game, and he's been the tough-luck loser on several occasions," coach Todd Bumgarncr said. "He got ahead of hitters and had them offbalance. He had a real good curveball. He was able to throw it for a strike and he kept the ball down." South had seven hits. Little's 3-for-4 day lifted is average lo .448. Reynolds is second at .317. "Evan's improved a lot," Bumgarner said. "The big- gest thing is, he's really fast. He had three solid singles in this game, but he can hit a Ryan Foster Ties UNCW Baseball Record For Wins , the ColonialRyan Foster, a 2012 Da- and 15-5 vie graduate, tied the UNC Athletic Association. The Wilmington single-season BlueHensfcllto31 -21,9-13. record for wins as the visiting Seahawks romped 12-2 over Foster has won seven Delaware on May 19. reer record of 22-5. Pitching By going seven innings for the War Eagles from and allowing one earned run 201O-12, Foster finished ti slow roller somewhere and beat it out. He's had a really good year." The game was scoreless for six innings. South missed first, when it had runners at first and second with no outs, it had runners at second and third with one out. Trent MeDaniel would become the offensive hero in the top of the seventh. Bailey Jordan started the rally with a walk. One out later. Little singled. Jordan and Little ad- vanced on a wild pitch, and they scored on McDaniePs "Trent has improved a lot and he came through with a big hit." Bumgarncr said. "When Trent stays back and let's the ball travel, he hits it really hard in the middle. He likes to chase pitches. When he stays back and really fo- cusscs on it, he hits the ball really hard. He's had a really good year at the plate." Mills was solid behind the plate as the Tigers picked up itSu. 5O). and Jordan had the other Wishon had one apiece, two hits. Robertson threw Ellis Loses "It game." he said. "We needed a win. My kids have been plugging at it all year. They games away and they were really excited to come out on top of one." SD Loses his bat wasn't nearly enough to prevent an 8-3 season-end- ing loss at North Wilkes on May 10. N. Wilkes hit a grand slam and jumped to a 7-1 lead in "We made mistakes and didn't hit it real good," Bumgarner said. "We didn't capitalize when we had run- ners on. We made a couple base-running mistakes." Little went 2 for 3 to finish with a .461 average (24 for 52). He was a whop- ping 194 points over the team average (.267). Chase Robertson also went 2 for 3. MeDaniel had an RBI single. Mills, who wound up second with a .300 average (15 for holding Wilkes to three runs. "We got better as the year went on," Bumgarncr said as South finished 4-10. "I'm looking forward to having Reynolds and Robertson back next year. Those guys did the majority of the pitch- that can only help." ND Loses North Davie fell short 7-6 against visiting Chestnut Grove on May 9, losing four of the final five games to go out with a 6-7 record. "We made some costly mistakes," coach Jeremy Brooks said. "When you have as many errors as you do hits, it's hard to win." The Wildcats held leads of 2-1,5-3 and 6-5 before CG tied it in the sixth and went in front in the seventh. Aaron Williams and Ken- dell Stroud had two hits each. Jason Wishon and Blake Little had the other two hits. Stroud also had three RBIs, while Kristian Lyons and three innings, built a 12-2 lead and held off visiting Ellis 13-8 on May 16. Oddly enough, Forbush's third baseman, who came in with nine homers, did not go deep. Its shortstop, who entered with no home runs, hit a pair of long balls. The Falcons' catcher hit the odier. Anthony Azar went deep for Ellis. Teammate Zac Smith just missed a homer, doubling off the center-field fence. Playing their first game in 14 days..the Jaguars snw their seven-game winning streak come tu an end on the final day of the season. They finished 9-2. To put their success over the years in perspective, that is the most losses in three years. Mike Dinkins, the only coach Ellis has known, improved to 92- 30 in nine years, including eight winning seasons. -- Forbush only had two losses, both to Starmount. on five hits, Foster pushed his record to a gaudy 12-1, tyingRonald Hill's recordset in 2004. He held Delaware hitless with runners on base (O-for-11) and lowered his ERAto2.41 as the Seahawks improved to 36-14 overall for the second-most wins in Davie history. John Parker went 23-5 from 1962-65. John MeDaniel, who pitched for Davie from 2004-06, and Foster both went 22-9 in their high-school careers on varsity. Williford Third In Regional Track Meet Upcoming Games Wednesday, May 25 Mocksville Jr. Legion at home vs. Lake Norman at 6:3O Thursday, May 26 Mocksville Sr. Legion at home vs. Eastern Randolph at 7 Friday, May 27 Mocksville Jr. Legion at home vs. Kernersville at 7 Saturday, May 28 Mocksville Sr. Legion at hojpe vs. Winstoji-Salem at 7 Sunday, May 29 Mocksville Sr. Legion at Mooresville at 7 Mocksville Jr. Legion at West Rowan at 7 Monday, May 30 Mocksville Sr. Legion at home vs. Mooresville at 7 Tuesday, May 31 Mocksville Jr. Legion at home vs. Kannapolis Royals !-:al6;30 - , Wednesday, June 1 Mocksville Sr. Legion at Kcrnersville at 7 Mocksville Jr. Legion at home vs. Concord at 6:3O Briefs & Dates Ellis Softball Finishes 8-3 After winning seven of eight and four in a row, Ellis' softball team closed the season with an 8-1 loss at Forbush on May 16. The Jaguars finished with an 8-3 record, twice as many wins as in 2015. Basketball Camps In June, July Pavie boys basketball has two camps coming up, one in late June and the other in late July. The Shooting and Player Development Camp will be June 27-29 from 5-7 pjn. for rising sixth through 12th grades. The cost is $60. It is limited to the first 36 campers. The Day Camp will be July 26-29 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. daily except on Friday when the camp will end at 11:30 a.m. This is open to boys and girls, rising first through ninth graders. The cost is $100. There will be a $20 discount for every application re- ceived on or before June 15; this applies to both camps. For more information, contact coach Mike Absher at 751 -5905 ext. 4040 or by email at absherm@davie.kl2.nc.us. HofTner Signs With Montreal After playing baseball for two years at Surry Community College, Ross Hoffner signed with Montreal College. Davie senior Avery Wil- liford finished third in the Midwest Regional on May 14 and qualified for the state meet for the second time. The top-four finishers After finishing second in the conference with a 15.18 time in the 110 hurdles, Williford took third with a season-best time of 15.1 1 .Senior Marcus Krah of Hillside was first at 1 3.49, and junior Raymonte Dow of High Point Central was second 'at 14.61. Wil- liford topped his regional performance from 2015, when he was fourth at 15.24. "Avery i quite a tory," coach Becky Miller said. "He got hurt during winter track and was in rehab until 3-4 weeks ago. He managed to get back enough to make the state meet. I'm very proud of his perseverance." There were notable per- formances from the Davie girls team in the regional. Sophomore Lauren Long was sixth in the shot put with a personal-record 32-2.25. That was also a sophomore record for Davie. Kala Stokes, Shelby Wil- liford, Liz Crenshaw and school-record 1:48.08 in the 4x2OO meter relay. Freshman Elizabeth War- ner went personal-best 8-O in the pole vault to finish 11th. It was good for a Davie Sr. Legion Starts Season At 0-3^•^ . -»..-,-,». — Afterthe first three games of the season, the Mocksville Senior Legion baseball team is a work in progress. Post 54/174 dropped a doublcheader at Ashcboro's McCrary Park on May 21, losing 8-6 to Concord and 13-2 to the host team, Ran- dolph County. May 22, Mocksville lost a slugfest with Randolph, 15- 13. It was the seventh straight loss in the series. Mocksville has suffered three straight losing seasons and it is off to an 0-3 start for the fourth consecutive year. In 2015. it went 10-18 overall and 6-7 in Area III, tying for seventh in the 14- team league. Seventh-year coach Charles Kurfces is "carrying '20 players right now, with 11 of them from Davie High. The Davie products are Beau Byerly. Isaac Campbell, Craig Colbourne, Paul Dav- enport, Myles Evans, Ryan Harrell, Nathan Harrell, Jalen Scott, Caleb Wallace, Brandon Lankford and Colby Cranfill, who wasafrcshman at East Carolina this year. The rest of the roster: Tanner Edwards (Elkin), Curtis Craft (Starmount), CarsonJames(Northlredell). Jackson Cooper (Forbush). Henry Stone (Starmount), Travis Gardner (Forbush), Nolan Stanley (North Surry/ Neil Hutchins (Forbush/ Surry CC) andReggicThom- Surry Community College), as (North Forsyth). 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"We are excited to have them back for Sounds of Summer," said Jane Simp- son, foundation president. "Our guests feel like they know the band members once a year for a fantastic summer kick-off." For those who enjoy shagging on the Terrace, a new dance floor will be add- ed to keep moves smooth. The ever popular Margari- tas will be back and will be featured on the cast Terrace after 8 p jn. * Fletcher began his career in 1991. Since then he has expanded by adding a list of professionals to the roster, many of whom have more than 20 years in the business and all who share his pas- sion for customer service. He will mix it up in the Loft and match the music to the crowd. In addition to music. Sounds of Summer will eluding beef tenderloin and shrimp cocktail with home- made cocktail sauce, lobster and crab seafood cakes with remouiade sauce, chicken Charlie Crenshaw will again serve as the live auctioneer at Sounds of Summer, alfredo, miniature chicken cordon bleu with hollanda- ise sauce, and other favor- ites. Of course no meal is complete without dessert. Miniature cheesecakes and pies along with cupcake shooters will be available. The ticket price also in- cludes beer and wine. Guests can bid on si- lent and live auction items. More than 110 silent auc- tion items are available fea- turing jewelry, duffle bags and spa services; accesso- ries, furniture and art work; sports and show tickets; res- taurant gift cards; Fit Bits and other health and fitness items; mountain and beach get aways; Disney Hopper for two to Atlantic City. Auctioneer Charlie Cren- shaw will be back at the re- quest of last year's guests. He offers his own brand of • ntertain m e nt The Band of Oz, with a new horn section, will perform at Sounds of Summer. ickets i nitcd tickets ail-j a "Panther Pack- be invited to make a do a NASCAR Expert- lion lo the Healthy Davie able. Contact the Davic ind Bull Hole Fishing Fund. The Healthy Davie Community Foundation of- tions the eight live items. Excursion, Charlie is sure to Preschool Project With two bracelets, a trip to be a hit. Greenville, S.C.; a Baha .vill be fice at 336-753-6903 or visit spotlighted as the commurii- www^davlejoundaaonJofs^ ty works together to change Anyone unable to attend is work is invited to bid on ilent auction items or make i donation to the Healthy Dnvie Fund by visiting Chris Fletcher Guests who want to sup- ty works together to change Anyone unable to attend "Everyone can be pan of Cruise; 4 center court tick- port the foundation and its the lives of 18 children and the event but wishing to growing our future now." ets to Carolina basketball; 4 work in Davie County will their families. support the foundation and Simpson said. Early College Jr. Civ/tans Earn Awards "To make the world a bet- ter place" is not just a line in the Junior Civitan Creed, but a com- mitment the Davie Early College Junior Civitans make every day. earned them awards at the NC District West Junior Civitan Con- vention on April 30 in Shelby. Shodeah Kelly, club president and district public relations coor- dinator, won the District Female Junior Civitan of the Year Award. Kelly has served as club president for the past three years and on the district board for the past two. While on the board, she has also served as deputy governor, secre- tary, and chaplain. Her award recommendations included comments such as: "She represents the very best in all i Junior Civitan stands for. She has impeccable character, is highly involved, has vision and purpose, and takes initiative as a leader in all she does, thrives on a team, has a contagious attitude and is noble in her consideration and compassion for others." Kelly is the picture of "Junior Civitan of the Year." She is al- ways eager to lend a helping hand to her fellow Junior Civitans, Civitans. and anyone who has a need. "She gives 120 percent to all that she does. She is always ready to take the lead in any school or district level project or fill any position needed." said Jeanna White. The club won first place for District Community Project of the Year for their "Flowers of Hope" project. Club members hand-made yam flowers and Val- entine's Day cards and delivered them to the residents of Davie Place. Winners will compete at the international level during the Ju- Glamar Galeas shows off flowers and Valentines cre- ated by club members for the residents of Davie Place. nior Civitan International Con- On May 3, the Davie Early College Junior Civitan Club held its year-end party and awards Please Sec Awards - Page C3 Davie County Early College Jr. Civitans Tori Wagner, Bailee Carter and Tori Nelson show some of the flowers and Valentines they created for the residents of Davie Place. Shodeah Kelly volunteers at Winterfest n Downtown Mocksville. C2 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 26,2016 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 26,2016 - C3 Casey Snyder, Lindsay Custer, Summer Bivins and Jaylee Miller are North Davie Ruritan scholar- ship winners. Not pictured: Austin Childress. ND Ruhtans Award Scholarships The North Davie Ruri- by Charles Eaton and Jim Pre-Med), Lindsey Custer DJscipleship), but tan Club held its "Family Thompson. (WCU, Education), Sum- present. Night" on May 9. Each of the scholar- mer Bivens (ECU, Nuclear Bill Shelton, president, ship winners was awarded Medicine) and Jaylee Miller called everyone together $1,OOO for the 2016-2017 (WCU, Education), and introduced the 2016 school year lo aid in their Austin Childress also scholarship winners before pursuit of a bachelor's de- was awarded a $1,000 a meal burgers and fixings gree: Casey Snyder (UNCC, scholarship (Gardner-Webb, The Ruritans are proud to play a role'in advancing these terrific young people toward the realization of their dreams and wish them well, Shelton said. Taylor-Stakely Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor announce the engagement of their daughter, Kiyomi Maria Rose Taylor to Gerald Dwayne Stakely Jr., the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stakely. The bride is a graduate of Davidson County Communi- ty College and is attending her senior year at UNC-Greens- boro for her bachelor's degree lo become an American Sign Language Interpreter. The groom is a graduate from Appalachian State Uni- versity with n degree in exercise science. He is working for Lindlcy Rehabilitation Center. The wedding is planned for May 5,2018. At left is North Davie Ruritan President Bill Shelton; at right, folks at family night enjoy the meat. Stephens New WRD Principal Rex Allen, principal of Effective July I, Karen earned a bachelor's degree County, Stephens had a suc- William R. Davie Elemen- Stephens will take the lead in-•physical education from -»essful 4-7-y««r career as a tary School, is retiring June as principal at William R. Mars Hill College and a teacher in Mitchell County 30 after 21 years with Da- Davie. master's in administra- Schools. Stephens served as vie County Schools and 32 Stephens serves as the tion from the University of a teacher, coach, and athlet- years in education in North principal of Cooleemee El- Phoenix. ic director at Davie County Carolina. ementary School. Stephens • Before moving to Davie High School. 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Foil has shared his talent with this congregation for many years. He and his wife, Ann, will be honored at a reception following worship this Sunday. All are welcome to come celebrate Ed and Ann as they move into this new phase of their lives. Holy Cross is at 1913 US 601 S., Mocksville. Free Clothes At Edgewood The Edgewood Baptist Church free clothes closet will be open Saturday, May 28 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The church is on NC 801 just outside the Cooleemee city limits. Eagle Heights Sponsoring Free Dinner This Saturday Eagle Heights Church, which meets at the Farmington Community Center, will hold a free dinner Saturday at Rich Park in Mocksville beginning at 6 p.m. Hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hotdogs, chips and drinks will be served. "We just want our community to know we are here to serve you," said Pastor Brent Spry. New Bethel Baptist Church Honoring Senior Members New Bethel Baptist Church, 3727 US 601 S., Mocks- ville, will be honoring senior members for years of service and dedication to the work of the church and community, on Sunday, May 29 at 3 p.m. with the Rev. V. Patrick'Jones, senior pastor of'New Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Salisbury, as the guest speaker. Shiloh Baptist Celebrating George, Minnie Campbell Day Shiloh Baptist Church will celebrate the 42nd annual George and Minnie G. Campbell Memorial and Scholar- ship Day on Sunday, May 29 during the 11 ajn. worship Graduates, family and friends will be honored with re- marks from Bryon Mayfield, a graduate of Western Caroli- na University. Everyone is invited. FARMINGTON Antiques E Collectibles Specializing in 1950s era toys 6-peddle cars U'eBuj'.SalGG Trade AmiqnES/ColiBctailES ' | 2331 NCHwy 801 N (located next to Feed bag restaurant) Mocksville 336-682- 6627 Mem, through Sar. I ChOO - fcOO . doted Sondav Members of the Davie County Early College Jr. Civitan Club Jeanna White with DCEC Jr. Civitan Rookie of the Year Brittany Hager. Continued From Page Cl ceremony. The Junior Civi- tan of the Year Award was - presented to Shodeah Kelly for her leadership skills and always going "above and 'beyond". Brittany Hager received the Rookie of the Year - Award for her hard and dedicated service as a first-year club member. 1 Glamar Galeas and Sho- i dean Kelly are recipients of i 'the Junior Civitan Intel i '.tional Shropshire Scholar- .ship. The scholarship rec- Kognizes 16 Junior Civitans .'worldwide for their Civitan I- involvement, community |*and school service, aca- (jdemic record, and profes- ijsional objectives. Both girls !|were also awarded a schol- |;arship by their sponsoring ; senior Civitan club, the 1 Mocksville Civitan Club. This year, the club par- ticipated in the following projects: open house re- cruitment, officer training, gift bags for Milling Man- or, two Food for His Flock food drives, handmade blankets for the homeless in Davie County, volun- teered at the Zombie Walk •and Prom, reverse trick or treat, appreciation and Easter cards for disabled veterans, rang the bell and collected toys for the Salva- tion Army, volunteered at Winterfesl, purchased gifts for Storehouse for Jesus Little Lambs, visited and delivered Christmas cards to Davie Place, decorated Junior Civitan International officer, Kaitlyn Delgado, presents a club honor patch to Davie Early College Junior Civitan President Shodeah Kelly. R. Davie and Mocksville Elementary, made- -bird feeders, assisted the Drag- onfly House, participated in the district can-do project, provided thank you notes and refreshments for their sponsoring Mocksville Ci- vitan Club, and held an end of year party and awards ceremony. "I'm so proud of what these club members have accomplished and their commitment to their school and their community," said White, the club's co-advi- sor. "Their hard work and dedication is inspirational." The club has achieved Honor Club status from Ju- nior Civitan International for the past five years, ev- •ery year since -rtte crtrb's formation. Officers are: co-presi- dents, Shodeah Kelly and Kristen Pierce; co-vice presidents, Glamar Galeas and Alyssa Wishon; public relations coordinator, Katie White; co-secretaries, Sam- mi Boger and Kayla Wick- er; treasurer. Emily Saarm. Members are: Bailee Carter. Sahara Cuellar, Malcolm Flaherty, Karla Gamez, Jenny Granadero, Brittany Hager, Benjamin Hernandez, Wendy Lopez, Alison Mahaffey, Sydney Nelson, Tori Nelson, Ev- elyn Ramirez-Flores, Sa- International Junior Civitan President, Kali Wilson, pres- ents a certifi- cate to Davie Early College Junior Civitan Vice President Glamar Galeas during the 2015 International Convention in Orlando, Fla. mantha Rivera, Chase Roe, and Tori Wagner. Advisors arc Matt Stark and Jeanna White. The Davie Early College Junior Civitan Club is a student-run community ser- Jeanna White with DCEC Jr. Civitan ot the Year vice club for young people. Shodeah Kelly. Accepting NEW PATIENTS We offer the following for established patients: • Newborn Care • Preventative Care fcaf lor detate about ptt-ventatfre setvkssi • Children's Sick Visits • Immunizations • Medical Nutrition Counselor Mfe aca^X iha fotcnvtng Insurances: HeotthChoice. Mecficoid, Dana. 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She blogs, and created the webpage mottyhart- writing. She wi inch. Her love of writing led Molly Hartness reads her essay. >vcase her to receiving The Silver ites songs Pen Writing Award $1,OOO :s sings in scholarship. She was one of 89 students to submit an essay answering these ques- tions: What do you wont your legacy to be? What do you want to have ac- complished? What are your goals in life? and What is your definition of living a good life? She was awarded the scholarship at The Silver Pen Writing Competition Awards Banquet at Home- stead Hills in Winston-Sa- lem. Her second place essay warranted the award. Learn more at sitverpen- He will spend the school better undemanding of Ger- cials, and visit many sites. CHAD CARPENTER'f rc~ ' TUNDRAS SCAVENeeCS? I PREFER TO THINK Of OURSELVES AS MATURE'5 LITTLE Scholarship Winners Woodmen Life Chapter 323 honored seven scholars from Davie High School and the early college with a $750 scholarship each on Tuesday, Apri! 26. 6:30 p.m. at the Davie Academy Community Building. Recipi- ents were, from left: Austin Lee Childress, Troy Hunter McDaniel, Ashlyn Paige Gartner, Mary Cloyce Collins, Toni Patrice DePaul, Claire Elizabeth Devereaux, Sydney Brooke White. Hamburgers and hotdogs and a long decorated cake for scholars was served to the scholars, their parents and chapter-members. "As these students move on to their choice of schools of higher .education, our wishes go with them that they will continue to work hard to reach their goals," said Margaret Shew. 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: ^- Orthopaedics ^- Pharmacy ^- Physical Therapy > Podiatry >• Pulmonary >• Sleep Center >• Spine • 24/7 Emergency Care • Cardiac Rehab Cardiology • Eye Center • G astro entero logy Imaging Lab Collection Neurology Surgical Services 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 ">00-Wake Forest- Baptist Health Davie Medical Center A Mission to Care. A Mission to Summer Food Program The Davie County Schools Child Nutrition Services is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children under eighteen (18) years of age without charge. Please see the chart to the right for a list of sites and times these meals will be available in your area. •Weml/beCLOSEDonJuly-fth. No meals will be provided. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday. M ay M, 2O16 - CS Adopt A Furry Friend Bam is a 9-month-old Terrier mix. He is sweet and friendly with other dogs. Bam will be neutered and up-to-date on vaccinations before adop- tion. Dolly is a 10-month-old female grey domestic short hair mix. When the Humane Society of Davie County rescued her, the staff noticed she walked with a limp and took her to see a vet. The vet said Dolly was limp- ing from old fractures that had healed. She is still able to get around just fine and is in no pain. She may have a rocky past, but she is a sweet cat. If interested in adopting these or other available pets, fill out an adop- tion application at www.davienchumane.org or call the adoption center at 336.751.5214. Davie United Way Invests With Community Awards Kathy and Wade Parker, Betty Marklin, Cliff Lawson, Neal and Sharon Cheek, Mayor William Marklin and Justin Draughn cut the ribbon for The Factory Coffeehouse. The Factory Coffeehouse Opens In Mocksville United Way of Davic County held its community investment process in Feb- ruary and March in which volunteers made decisions regarding the grant requests for programs operated by 14 agencies serving Davie resi- "This is always a very intense volunteer experi- ence," says Neal Smith, United Way board member and chair of community investment. "It takes dedi- cated volunteers who give of their time and talents and who are willing to make critical decisions on behalf Those volunteers who made up the Community Investment Council (CIC) were: Neal Smith, Alan Hyland, Jeff McDowell. Cynthia Howell. Wendy Home, Chad Brown, Pat Tilley, Aubrey Draughn, William Cockerham, Judge Jimmy Myers, Nelson Turrentine, Karen Smith, Brandy Koontz-Stockert, Neal Cheek, Gloria Wom- ack. Luke Pratapas, Chuck Taylor, and Jay and Andrea Kimura. "United Way is espe- cially grateful to these who worked tirelessly to ensure Davie County residents are provided the services they champ, CEO. The following agencies are receiving funding. • Big Brothers Big Sis- • Boy Scouts of America Old North State Council. Scouting program; • Buckle-Up Davie, Child Car Seat program; • Cancer Services, Pa- tient Services and Educa- • Davie County 4-H. Clubs, Teams, Events and Activities; • Davie Domestic Vio- lence, Victim Support pro- •Davie Family YMCA, Before and After School & Summer Day Camp and sec- ond Grade Swim Lessons- Water Safety programs; • Davie Group Home, Social Skills program; nity Center, Davie Senior Lunch Program, Teen Gath- ering Place, and Farmington Friends Special Needs Pro- • Just Hope. Inc., Mobile Food Pantry and re-location • The Dragonfly House, Forensic Interview Pro- "The work of United Way is made possible due to the generous donations from the residents and local companies of Davie County, supporting our mission to gether to create services for those in crisis," Beauchamp said. For more information contact the DCUW office at 751-0313 or visit wwwjtta- vieunitedwayjorg. Coffee, anyone? The Factory Coffeehouse and Eatery recently opened on Main Street in Down- town Mocksville. Cliff Lawson and wife Jes- he partnered with Neal and Sharon Cheek of Mocks- ville. The new coffee shop opened to the public on May 12 and will host its grand opening with live entertain- ment on Saturday, May 28. The Factory offers spe- cialty coffees and teas as well as pastries and other sweet treats. Panini sand- wiches are also served. The coffee is sourced from Krankie's of Winston-Sa- strang reputation. Davie native Justin Draughn of Justin Draughn Construction was respon- sible for the remodel of The Factory's space - his fifth in downtown. The setting was designed with a rustic, French farmhouse in mind, and hand painted creations by local artist Casey Bomar adorn the walls. "It's important to us that our business not just be a part of the community but gives back to the communi- ty as well. We look forward to working with non-profits and local artists on fundrais- ing events" said Lawson. The Factory is open Monday-Friday, 7 ajn,-8 p.m., and Saturday, 8 a.m.- 8 p jn. It is at 128 N. Main St.. 336-753-8866, wwwjhefac- lorycoffee house jcom. SMARTER. BOLDER. FASTER. I porcn. balcony c • deck, worksnop. shed. barn, garden • space, fenced pasture. $159,500. . I potto, 2 car gar. fi • 326 Granada Dr. - Advance -II Mini Farm located In Advance atea. 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If you would like an an- niversary or birthday posted in this section, please do not hesitate to call or email me. Game Night at the Shef- field-Calahaln Community Center and Recreation Area was again a success because of your support. We thank all of you for coming and look forward to seeing you again in the fall. The Sheffield-Calahaln VFD meetings are held each Monday night at the station at 7. The Auxiliary meetings are held the second Monday of each month at 7. Every- one is welcome. Sons of the South will perform this Friday at BJ's, 114 Turkeyfoot Road, and Gaining Ground will per- form on Saturday. Doors open at 6 p.m. and music is 12 years and up is $6, 6 to 1 1 years is $3., aj]d undft.5 get in free. Line-up for June: 3rd, Sweet Hollow; 4th. Above, winners at the Sheffield-Calahaln Community Center Game Night show off their prizes. At right, Elizabeth Foster Is the winner of the grand prize and Fred Beck wins the 50/5O drawing. and RADA cutlery will be available. Pastor Eric Lineberry and the New Union's Kids Night staff thank everyone for their participation this year, and wish everyone a safe and fun summer vaca- The Explicit Gospel - Adult Bible Study at ijames Dave McLelland, Doug Prevette, Brenda Bailey, Bill Karriker, Calvin Prevette, Tom Cloer and John Baptist will be held at 5:45 Sherrill, members of the Fox Mountain Entertainers, perform at The Korner Deli, each Sunday evening. Join The men of Ijames Bap- tist will begin a Kingdom Builders Ministry with a breakfast Saturday at 8 a.m. in the fellowship hall. Any man interested may join for breakfast. Ijames Baptist's "Team Kid" ministry is held each Sunday from 5:30-7 p.m. AH children, ages 3 years through fifth grade, are wel- come. The Youth of Ijames Baptist meet each Sunday evening at 5:45 for recre- ation and Bible lessons. Youth 6- 12th grade arc in- vited ta participate. Other upcoming events at Ijames are the Youth High Country; 10th, Summer Camp scheduled Hard Times Band; llth, for June 26-30, and VBS Cranberry Creek; 18th, scheduled far July 24-29. Hickory Bend; 19th, Sound The theme this year for Va- Fflctory; 25th. Hazy Ridge cation Bible School is "Sub- Bluegrass; and 26th Elvis merged." (Ponny Crouse). For more Youth meetings at Lib- information, contact Billy erty Wesleyan Church are at 336-829-1195 or Lynn at held each Wednesday at 336-679-2274. Center UMC held the preschool graduation cere- mony on Thursday, May 19. Thanks to Linda Owings for sharing the photo. Center UMC Preschool is enroll- ing students for 2016-2017. Classes are availnble for 2-, 3- and 4-ycar-old children. left, Bonnie Lambert enjoys having her sister, Mary Ruth Smith, at the Saturday jam session at 3J-S. /\t right, J.B. Rash and granddaughter, Sara, and Connie Shoffner and her grandson, enjoy dancing to the music of The Stan Bobbit Band at BJ's. and Outside Ministry. Pas- tor Harold Bumby and the Liberty congregation hope pies' lives with these minis- The church is at 1857 US 64 call 336-751-2803 or email Hndaowings72@ yahoo. Hope you can join us for Hotdog Saturday at New Union this Saturday. The Men's Fellowship will serve hotdogs, chips and drinks parking lot at 1869 Shef- field Road. Donations will be accepted. Women's Fel- lowship will hold a bake sale. Crafts, KayWos cloths held each 5:30 p.m. Hope yi us. Also the Praise Team practice is at 6:30 p.m. each Wednesday and prayer meetings at 7. Everyone is invited. Upcoming events at Lib- erty Wesleyan are: Wom- en's Bible Study on Satur- day, May 28 at 9 a.m.; Kid's Night on Friday, June 3 at 6:30 p.m.; and Senior Bible Study on Tuesday, June 14 at 10 a.m. Everyone is in- vited to these events. Liberty Wesleyan's three new outreach ministries hope to make as much im- pact as possible in the com- Vacation Bible School at Liberty Wesleyan Church is scheduled for July 17-21 joint VBS with New Union UMC and Liberty Wesley- an. Dinner will be served each evening at 6. Grab your surf boards to catch the wave of God's amazing love with "Surf Shack." Worship services at held each Sunday at 10:45 group Bible Study is held Wednesday from 7-8 p.m. Donations for Storehouse will be collected the last week of every month. The Reeves family rc- -ill be held Saturday. Center UMC preschool graduates, Maddox Smith, Gracie Youker, Julia Powell, Madelyn Evans and Nathan Gale. iiities and teach young June 4 at the Shcffield-Cala- p.m. A covered-dish dinner will be served at 5 p.m. The center is at 174 Turkeyfoot Road. Everyone is invited. The Fox Mountain En- people how to get out and share their talents. They are: We Care Meals, which meets the second Thursday of each month at 10 a.m., the Hope Harvest Project tcrtainers had a great lime at The Korner Deli Saturday. They will be back on June 11. Hubert Lawson and the Country Bluegrass Boys will perform Friday, June 17 nity Center. Doors open at 6 begins at 7. Admission is $6. Everyone is invited. Driveway Died of Old Age? Pavement AllDroken Up? The average 2,000+ sq. ft. driveway can be removed & replaced with Hi Grade concrete for approx. $4.95 per sq. ft. Unpaved driveway can be poured for apprOX. $3.95 per sq.ft. CALL FOR MORE DETAILS & EXACT ESTIMATE! Shoaf Concrete Co. Mocksville, NC 336-751-1989 Mon-Ffj 63Oam - 33Qprn LOCATED IN ESSEX FARMS ON A PRIVATEWOODED CUL-DE-SAC HOMESITE. Curb appeal is a "10" & interior reflects the same grade. Custom features: solid surface counters, custom cabinetry, hclwd firs, built ins, stainless appls, decorative fixtures & designer tiles. Well maintained home built By Sonoma BTdrs. The floor plan offers dBRs, great rm w/stone FP, bonus rm, formal dining, custom kitchen, finished bsmt w/ree rm, office/ exercise rm & media rm. A must seel S3S9,90O. The Davie County Chap- ter of the Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation meeis the second Tuesday of each Christ, 124 Davic Academy for June 14. Everyone is Melissa Gaither invites children (0-4) to Toddler Storytime each Wednes- day morning from 10:30- 11 at the Harmony Public Library. The children sing songs, play musical instru- ments, enjoy a story, do crafts and have snacks. The Lego Club will be held Thursday, May 26 at 4 p.m. and Saturday, May 28 at 10 ajn. This is "free play" where you build whatever you can imagine. Call the li- brary for more information. Amber Thutt is collect- ing soda can tabs for the Ronald McDonald House. Take them to her Sunday at Realty 55+ PARTN ERS Paul G. Miiam paul@TKihy55portnen.tDm 336-7O7-9799m © i MILLER EQUIPMENT RENTAL SPRING IS HERE' New Union UMC, or con- tact me and I'll see that she receives the tabs. Pmycr requests continue for Madeline Lapish. J.W. Keaton, Mclvin Allred.Tom Cloer, G.H. Goforth. Bryan Swain, Jean Reavis, Bonnie Gunter, Lori Dyson. Villard Beck. Bertie Stout, Sherri Dyson, Johnny Naylor, Dot Keller, Elizabeth Foster, Rick Swisher, Pat Moore. Perry Cartner, Jimmy Bai- ley, John Henry Reeves. Todd Olson, Randy Davis. Edward Gaither. Deborah Nichols, Sylvia Rntledge Will jams. Joyce Beck, Well- man Beck, Hazel Smoot, Charles and Greta England, Wanda Hale, Joe Chaffin, John Wallace. Elaine Beau- champ, Lester Edwards, Ruby Bailey, Peggy Wai- son, Gerald Messick, Andy Drye, Sylvia Draughn and Ronald Richardson. Our sincere condolences to the Perry Cartner family and the Irene Ijames family. Submit items to brfbai- ley®msn^om or call 751- 7567 no later than 2 pjn. on Sunday- FARM FRESH PORK J*"Y * Cindy Factor (336)998-7175 Polks at Society Baptist Church enjoy bluegrass gospel music by the Hazy Ridge Bluegrass Band last Sunday evening County Line Bluegrass Band Performs For Crowd At Society Baptist By Shirley Thornc County Line Correspon- dent County Liners have not floated away yet, but our grounds are saturated with the recent storms and daily ;' Night Out" hosted by Salem United Methodist Church June 4; and Society Baptist Church vacation Bible schoolJune 12-15. Our community sends happy-birthday wishes to Clara West, who celebrated her 93rd birthday May 18. The Salem folks appreci- Clara enjoys retired life but ated those who supported remains active in church their breakfast last Satur- and community endeavors, day morning and look for- Clara, all of us in County ward to seeing everyone at Line wish you a happy and their next breakfast Satur- healthy new year of life. day.June 18. We extend sympathy Society folks nccom- to the family of Perry plished much at the Shelby "Shorty" Cartner, who died Mission Camp even though Thursday of last week at The Hazy Ridge Bluegrass Band: Dawn Myers, John Erwin on fiddle, Vince Myers on banjo, Duane weather t ??•"*, T^ in H'CKS on baSS' BrVan Bo9^^Q^ ™ mandolin and Reagan Hudson on guitar - entertain theweather en route. Sahsbury after a few years congregation With QOSpel SOROS Also, folks did not let the of declining health. He was chance of thunder storms born in Iredell County in and rain deter them from 1944 to the late Ray Sr.. attending the gospel sing- and Nellie Jones Cartner ing by the Hazy Ridge of NC 901 near Hayes Bluegrass Band at Soci- Road. In his youth he at- ety Baptist Church Sun- tended Clarksbury United day evening. The award- Methodist Church with his winning band is based in family and graduated from Clemmons and is available Harmony High School in for booking by calling 336- 1962. He married school- 403-1642. mate Nancy Henderson The V-Point Ruritans in- of the Ebeneezer commu- vite all senior adults in the nity of Iredell, and Nancy community to "Senior Bin- joined him in worship at go" at 2 p.m. today (Thurs- Clarksbury. Thi day) at the V-Point Build- made their hoi ing on Old Road. Enjoy of good food and fellow- ship plus lots of prizes for everyone. The Society Baptist softball team will play a game at • 8 p.m. tonight (Thursday) at Rich Park in Mocksville. Members of Calvary Baptist Church invite ev- eryone to breakfast at 9 a.m. Sunday, May 29, in the fellowship hall followed by morning worship at 10:30 Clarksbury United Meth- a.m. in the sanctuary. odjst Church, where he was Society Baptist Church a member; he was laid to will have a church-wide rest in the church cemetery, picnic Sunday at Billy and Ralph Griffith is in rehab Beverly Stroud's picnic- at Iredell Memorial Hospi- lake area behind their home tal. Tommy Josey remains Members of Society Baptist Men, Women on Mission, and Young at Heart meet some mission on US 64 West at Ridge at Iredell Memorial Hospi- needs of Shelby Mission Camp. Pictured from left at front Nathan, Kenna, & Savannah Holder Road. Activities begin at tal. Renny Hoiton remains Clara West, Diane Bell, Mary Jo Lewis, Mary Elizabeth & Johnny Nantz; from left at back Wes Muir! for all out. Hamburgers, wieners, and buns will be provided; church members are asked to bring chili, slaw, potato salad, chips, desserts, and drinks. Church members invite others to join them for a relaxing time of fam- ily fun, good eating, and fellowship. Upcoming events in- clude a country ham and sausage breakfast by the V-Point Ruritans from 6-10 to share, please call Shirley a.m. Saturday, June 4 at on 336-492-5115 or email the V-Point Building; "Par- sdttink@hoimail.com. At left, John Erwin and Bryan Bogenberger team for a special song; and at right, Vince Myers and •oupie Re9an Hudson show off their picking skills. n the Mocksville Cartner family farm on ifternoon NC 901, where they reared their three children. He moved to Statesville in the 1990s but owned and op- erated the Rayncll Dairy Farm until retiring in 2O05. He served on the. Yadkin Valley Telephone' Coop Board of Directors for 38 years and was secretary/ treasurer for many of those years. A service celebrating his life was held Monday afternoon of this week at rehab at Autumn Care of Tabatha & Jeff Holder, Gene Tutterow, Harvey & Janice Williams itesville. David Steele remains in rehab at Ber- muda Commons of Davie. Join us in prayer for the Lord's divine healing and blessings upon Ralph, Tommy, Renny, David, and other residents who are having health problems. Pray for the Lord's comfort and strength upon the fam- ily of Perry as they adjust to life without him. For news and memories Nathan Holder plays a game with a resident at a local assisted-living facility The men build walls and other construction work in the main building of the camp.The women visit and play games with assisted-living residents C8 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 26, 2016 Obituaries Obituaries DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday, May 26.2016 - C9 Helen Frances Mead Mrs. Helen Frances Mead, 97, of Mocksville. died Wednesday, May 18, 2016, at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home in Winston-Saletn. She \vasbornJan.27. 1919. in Morris County, N_I., 10 the late John and Maria Valko Str- | Li, elcc. Mrs. Mead was a Worthy ..-.-• 'J*i:3& Matron of the Silentia Chapter & . «':^* ' V I 56 in Butler, N J .and a mem- i - I berof Hie Northern Chapter 38 I •j^;.. ' —^"' F in Branchficld, NJ. She was r Grand Sentinel of the Grand !>5W*^" , Chapter of NJ and was also a F X the Nile. I fiet She was also preceded in death by her husband, Or- ville Garrett Mead; and 2 children, Susan Ramos and John Mead. Survivors: her daughter, Jennie Costanzo (Gary Mills) of Mocksville; 4 grandchildren, Garrett Costanzo (Debbie), Brie-Ann Costanzo, Lauren Mead and Jonathan Mead; 4 great-grandchildren, Jolenc, Kaelyn and Alice Corcoran and Francis Pansier; and a daughter in law.Terri Mead. A graveside service was conducted at 11 a.m., Wednes- day, May 25 at'Westminster Gardens in Greensboro. Memorials: Knte B. Reynolds Hospice Home, 101 Hos- pice Lane, Winston-Salem,27103. Condolences: www.eatonftincralservice.com. Irene White Ijames Irene White Ijames, 98, of Mocksville, died on May 21, 2016 surrounded by family.. Born April 2,1918 in Iredell County, she was the daugh- ter of the late Stamey and Bessie White. She was a strong, caring woman who exemplified the meaning of the word Christian, living a life dedicated to God and family, joyful in all'Iifc's circumstances. She , nurtur- I ing woman who flourished in I helping others and being with She Is also preceded in I death by her husband of 55 , William Loyd Ijames; I brothers, Hugh White, James White, William White, S.B. I White; and sisters. Lois Fcr- | gurson, Sadie Gabriel and Ma- .e Shirtnaker. Survivors: her sons. Dale (Debbie) Ijames and Paul (Devonna) Ijames; grandchil- dren, Dustin (Shelby) Ijames, :at-granddaughter, Delaney Ijames; Claytie Vernell Cheek Anderson Mrs. Claytie Vcmell Cheek "Nell" Anderson, 87, was born to the late Bob and Selma Check of Cooleemee on June 15, 1928. She died on May 19, 2O16, at the Kale B. Reynolds Hospice Home. She was preceded in death by husband Carl Anderson and siblings Ruby, Sonny, Lorene, and Bobby. Survivors: her sons, Rob- ert "Cap" and wife Wanda of Lewisvillc, Car! and wife Teri of Mocksville, Ricky and wife Cindy of Siuart. Va.. Michael and wife Pam of Mocksville, wife Linda of Wilmington; grandchildren. Carl Anderson and wife Lee of Maui, Hawaii, Eric Anderson and wife Stepha- nie of Dallas, Texas, Meredith Bradshaw and husband Dean of Winsion-Salem, Megan Anderson of Winston-Salcm, William Anderson and wife Jessica of Mocksville, Alex Anderson, Amanda Anderson; step-grandchildren, StacieBurrell and Woody Burrell, both of Wilmington; great-grandchildren, Audrey BradShaw, Evelyn Bradshaw, Juliet Bradshaw, Hunter Alexander, Dawson Anderson; and step-great-grandchildren, Aubrey Philpott and Cali Philpott. Mrs. Anderson worked as a nurse's aide at the VA Medi- cal Center in Salisbury for 16 years before she retired in 1993. and continued to do in-home nursing until 2004. She was a devoted member of Victory Baptist Church in Cool- cemec, and was an active Sunday school teacher and choir member for many years. She enjoyed good food and trav- el, going on eight cruises with her sister-in-law and best friend. Dot Cheek. She loved spending time at the beach with her grandchildren, cooking for her family and friends, especially baking cakes, breads, pics and cookies. The family received friends at Victory Baptist Church in Cooleemee on Sunday, May 22, from 1:30-3. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 22 at Victory Baptist Church in Cooleemee with pastor Shelby Harbour officiating, followed by a graveside service at Ijames Bap- tist Church Cemetery in Mocksville where she was laid to rest next to husband. Carl Anderson. Memorials: Camp Manna Ministries, 243 Gibson Way, Mocksville, (336)284-2267 or www.canipinantia.org. Condolences: \vww.tiavif!fiinenil5t;rvice.C()nt. . • Ward of Mocksville and Grayson Ijames; g sister-in-laws, Margai ous nieces and nephc< A funeral service w I White and Jan White; D s held on Tuesday, May 24 at 3 p.m. at Reavis Funeral Home of Harmony Chapel with the Rev. Wayne Swisher officiating. Burial followed at New Union United Methodist Church. The family received friends Monday, May 23 at Reavis Funeral Home of Harmony Chapel. Memorials: New Union UMC New Building Fund, 1436 Sheffield Road, Mocksville; or Burke Hospice and Palliative Care, 1721 Enon Road, Valdese, 28690. \ Condolences: www.reavisfiineralftonicharmony.com. Dreux Judd Cratcau Dreux Judd Crateau. 60, died at his home in Mocksville under the care of Hospice of Davie County on Friday. May 20.2016. He was a native of Bremerton, Wash., born Jan. 11,1956, to the late Donald Crateau and Carol Demarais Crateau. He was an honorable man and had many friends, new and old. He was a man of strong faith in God and attended the Place of Praise of Lexington. He served his country in the U.S. Navy. He was an owner/operator in the trucking industry. Survivors: his wife. Lisa Christine McPherson Craieau of the home; 4 sons, Greg, Jacob, Matthew and Izaak; 4 daughters; Tina, Emma, Karla and Amanda; a brother, Donnie; 2 sisters, Michelle and Carol; and 11 grandchil- dren, Kennedy, David, Emma, Dailha, Max, Grace, Kaiser, Mikaere, Leah, Shamtae and Santoniah. He was also preceded in death by a brother, Richie. No services are planned. Condolences: wwwjiaviefiineralservice.com. G. Vernon Hcndrix Sr. • Mr. G Vernon Hcndrix Sr.. 77. of Mocksville, died Tuesday. May 17,2016. — He was born Oct. 21, 1938 in Davie Counly to Stella El lis Hcndrix and Lonnie Gaston Hendrijc. He graduated from Davie County High School in 1957 and retired from RJ. Reynolds Tobacco Co. after 33 years. He enjoyed baseball, Softball, hunting, fishing, gar- dening and singing. He was a Tar Heels and Braves fan. He worshipped his Lord by sing- ing in gospel quartets through- out his life. Mr. Hcndrix was a member of Cornatzcr United Methodist Church where he taught Sunday School, sang in the choir, served as a Method- ist Men leader and served on other committees. He was a faithful and loving husband to Patty Rae 1-ishe! Hcndrix, who preceded him in death in 2015, together they were married 57 years. He was also preceded in death by: 3 brothers, Edker JC. Hobert Harrell, and Monticello, all of Mocksville; and 2 sisters, Gertrude (Gertie) Jolly and Dorothy (Dot) Hayes, both of Mocksville. Surviving: 2 daughters, Lomui McDaniel (Billie) of Mocksvillo and Donna Davis (Ronnie) of Advance; a son, G Vernon Hcndrix Jr. (Jamie) of Advance; 8 grandchildren. Tiffany, Travis, Luke and Krystal Davis and Jake, Hunter and Addison Hendrix and John McDanicl; 2 sisters, Evelyn Hemrick of Mocksville and Sue Rivers of Roxboro. A funeral service was held at at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 22 at Comatzer United Methodist Church with the Rev. Shane . Young officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery. The family received friends Friday. May 20 at Hayworth- Millcr Kinderton Chapel. Memorials: Cornatzer UMC. 1244 Cornatzer Road, Mocksville. Condolences: it-it'w.havwarth-miUer.com. Charles Maurice Ward Charles Maurice "The Red Fox' died on Tuesday. May 17,2016. He was the third child of the late John Everett Ward Sr. and the late Maurine Ruby | Todd Ward. He was bom < June 30, 1944 at home in Da- | vie County. He graduated fro Davie High School in 1962. I After working for the NC DC- | short time, he took a position | as a service technician at Duke Power where he worked for the next 34 years before retiring. He was also preceded in death by his brother. John Ev- | erctt Ward Jr. Survivors: his wife of 40 | years, Christine; 2 sons, Brc Ward (Rachel) of Clcmmons, and Anthony Ward (Stacy) of Advance; 6 grandchildren. Janaa, Reese, Carter, Tristan, Bella, and Caleb; a sister, Judith Lee (Leon) of Young Harris, Ga.; 2 sisters-in-law. LouElla Ward Martin (Leon) of Kernersvillc and Ernes- tine Parker (Larry) of Advance; 10 nieces and nephews, Susan Hauscr (Steven), Tracy Slater (Gray), Leon Lee Jr. (Charlene), Paul Parker (Leigh Anne). Peter Lee (Sonya), Ryan Parker (Jamie), Emily Ward, Everett Ward (Amy). Rcbckah Ricardo (Nelson), Kevin Parker (Jessica), and a " score of great-nieces and great-nephews. A memorial service was held at 3 p.m.. Saturday, May 21 at Hayworth-Miller Kinderton Chapel with the Revs. Robert Garrett and Leon Wood officiating. The family re- ceived friends prior to the service. Condolences: \vwwJuiy\varth-tniller.com. John William "Bill1 Denton Mr. John William "Bill" Denton, 72. of Gladstone Road. Mocksville, died Tuesday, May 17, 2016, at Forsyth Medi- cal Center in Winston-Salcm. He was born March 5, ] 1944, in New York, to the late John William Denton Sr. and I the late Irene Cox Denton. He | was a designated nirworthinc! representative who inspected, | He was a member of the ODA I Regardless of\\ ones choose burial a or memorial servicefidfitts't role; it aJhwsfamUy ondj\ express then-feelings of loss and 6 support to others in need CaU Dana Baker/Advance Planning Advisor at 336-766-4714 Vogler & Sons Funeral Home 2951 Reynolda Road, Winston-SaJem 27106 2S49 MiddlebrookDr, Qexnmons 27012 WetmoreFarms Woodleat NC LOCAL FRESH PRODUCE READY NOW! Homegrown SQUASH, ZUCCHINI, a other Fresh Produce Also Available Open: Mon.-Fri. 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m.-5:OO p.m.. Closed Sunday 704-278-2028 engineer with HECO Cabin Solutions that designs, manu- factures, and installs prototype I aero craft interiors. As a DAR, | he was able to visit many coun- tries, explored many cultures, his travels. He was a giving mentor to his colleagues, and was respected within his work community. He recently re- ceived the Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award for 50 years of service. He was a loving and committed family man who enjoyed sitting on the porch and reading politi- cal and historical books. He was mostly found doting over his wife Linda while they enjoyed visiting historical places and listening to bluegrass and jazz music. They enjoyed sitting on the back porch in the double swing listening to the birds sing, watching the squirrels play, and the hum- mingbirds fight over the feeders. The grandchildren en- joyed sitting around the camp tire in the backyard as dinner was being cooked over an open fire, and listening 10 their papa tell cither true or made up stories just to make them laugh. He also enjoyed traveling and visiting his grands in Florida. He was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force from July 16, 1962 to July 15, 1968 with honorable discharge and received the National Defense Service Medal, and an Air Force Good Conduct Medal. preceded in death by his firsi wife, Nayda siblings, John Paul Dcn- :ph Denton and Elizabeth Denton. Survivors: his wife, Linda Spry Denton of the home; 3 children, John William Denton 111 (Lynn), David Wayne dren; 4 great-grandchildren; 4 step-children, Eric Dwiggins (Lisa), Chris Dwiggins, Amanda Dwiggins and Catherine Ovcrcash (Justin); 5 step-grandchildren; siblings, Robert Denton (Doris), Francis Denton, David Owen Demon and Daniel Denton (Carol); and several nieces and nephews. A funeral service was conducted at 11 a.m., Friday, May 20 at Liberty United Methodist Church with the Rev. Brad Cunningham and Dr. Glenn Myers officiating. Burial was at 9 a.m. Monday, May 23. in Salisbury National Cemetery wiih military honors. The family received friends Thurs- day, May 19 at Eaton Funeral Home. Memorials: Baptist Children's Home, 204 Idol St ille, 27360. Esirclla Rodriguez Dentoi ton. George Michael Dento, Condolenc atonfuneralse The Best Deal In Town Get the news of Davie County delivered to your home every week. A one-year subscription to the Davie County Enterprise Record is only S26.69 per year. Call Today! 336-751-2120 Thelma Mae Bolin Smith Thelma Mae Bolin Smith. 78, died Thursday, May 19, 2016, at Hinkle Hospice Home in Lexington A native of Yadkin County, she was bom Dec. 2. 1937, the daughter of the late Lonnie Gray Bolin and Irene Pettie Bolin. She was a homcmaker for her family and of the Baptist faith. She was also preceded in death by: 4 brothers. L.G., Ken- neth, Lindsay and Donald Bolin; and 3 sisters, Zclnia Gray, Mablc Olcn and Dorothy Shore. Survivors: a brother, Leonard "David" Bolin of Mocksville; 4 sisters, Dollie B. Linglc (Claude) of Salisbury, Marie B. Hedrick of Lexington, Judy B. Dixon (Jerry Lanning) of Lexington, and Inez B.-Moon of Mocksville; plus several nieces and nephews. A celebration of life service was conducted at 2 p.m. Monday, May 23 at Davie Funeral Service Chapel in Mocksville. The family received friends at the funer- al chapel one hour prior to the service. Burial was in the Shacktown Church of Christ Cemetery in Yadkinvillc. Memorials : Furry Friends of the Foothills, PO Box 850, Yadkinville, 27055 (www.fiirryfriendsitfjhcfooiliills. ' org); or Hospice of Davidson County, 200 Hospice Way, Lexington, 27292. Condolences: ww\vdavlefuneralservice.com. Paul Frederick Leather-man Sr. Paul Frederick Leatherman Sr., 80. of Woodleaf, died Monday, May 16.2O16. He was a native of Rowan County, bom June 12. 1935. to the late Guy Steele Leatherman and Sarah Reep Leatherman. He was also preceded in death by a son. Robert Linn Leatherman and a granddaughter, Angie Leatherman. He attended Woodleaf Schools and was a truck driver for Paul Bost Trucking Co. for 40 years. He was a member of the Corinth Church of Christ. Survivors: his wife of 62 years, Geraldinc Shoaf Leatherman; 3 sons, Paul Leatherman Jr. (Debbie), Darrell Leather- man (Robin) and "JC" Chris Lealhcrman (Angie), all of Woodleaf; a daughter, Freda Crotts (Bill) of Mocksville; 2 brothers, Dave Lealhcrman (Ivy) of Woodleaf and Evan Leatherman of Hollywood, Fla.; 2 sisters, Willie Brooks (Robert) of Cooleemee and Annie Lcatherman of Gran- ite Quarry; 10 grandchildren, Lindsay, Eva, Missy, Dale, Miranda, Jason. Haley, Brian, Shawn and Jesse; plus 16 great-grandchildren; and 3 great-great-grandchildren. The family received friends Wednesday. May 1 8 at Da- vie Funeral Service. A celebration of life service was con- ducted at 1 p.m. Thursday, May 19 in the funeral chapel with Pastor R.D. McDaniel officiating. Burial followed in Rowan Memorial Park. Condolences: wwwdayiefuneralservice&om. James Richard 'Dickie' Palmer Sr. James "Dickie" Richard Palmer Sr.. 68, of Advance, died on Saturday May 14. 2016 at the Hinkle Hospice House in Lexington. Mr. Palmer was born on Oct. f 9, 1947 in Lexington to the late | er Palmer. He proudly served his country in the U.S. Air Force. He worked in the construction busi- | ness most of his life and was < cellcni at drywall finishing. He I enjoyed watching baseball and | football and listening to rock i roll,especially the Rolling Stones. I He loved to drive his 1970 Cor- vette and hang out with his family [ and friends, and his dog Bo. He is also preceded in death by a sister, Betsy Voylesi Survivors: his wife, Wendy Finlay Palmer of Mocks- Laura McAlcxander of Raleigh; a step-son, John Dee Dug- ger of Raleigh; and grandchildren. Autumn Dugger, Bray- don Duggcr, and Savannah Dugger. A celebration of life was held on Saturday May 21 at 2 p.m. at the Amvets Post 13 , 423 Marco Blvd., Lexing- ton. 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SPORTS MEDICINE To make an appointment, call 888-716-WAKE or visit WakeHealth.edu/SportsMedicine A proud partner CIO - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 26,2016 »Mocksville Womans Club President Jean Saunders presents Superintendent Dr. Darrin Hartness with a $7,500 check for a flagpole at the new Davie County High School; member Carolyn Beaver with new member, Lorene Markland; and Jean Saunders with roses from James Crawford and mem- bers of the wait staff at Bermuda Run Country Club. Womans Club Honors Members, Presents Awards Recognition of resi- dents and making contri- butions to the community was featured at the May meeting of the Mocks- • ville Womans Club at Bermuda Run Country Club. Awards were given to scholarship winners, members of the business community, and individ- ual club members. The club also made a dona- * tion. One new member was added, and officers were elected. Logan Prysiazniuk earned the Mocksville . 'Womans Club Scholar- ship. Kaitlin Fletcher earned the Sallie South- all Cotton Scholarship and Molly Hartness was awarded the Phyllis Pot- ter Scholarship. They thanked club members and shared information about their major and col- lege they will attend. Tim Stewart, Mocks- ville WalMart manager. Club members Dawn Wooten (left) and Betty Ward (right) recognize scholarship winners: Logan Prysiazniuk, Kaitlin Fletcher and Molly Hartness. was the recipient of the Citizen of the Year award for his continuing support of the club's activities and events. Club Woman of the Year was presented to Rebecca Young for her contributions to the arts and community service program. The Juanita Bryant Cit-izenship award was pre- Club members pose with scholarship winners and their mothers. sented to outgoing presi- Hartness, superintendent ond vice president: Mar- dent, Jean Saunders. Of Davie County Schools, lene Shamel, president; A $7,500 check for a The 2016-2018 execu- Christy Schafer, first vice , |' flagpole at the new Davie tive board was installed president; Shirley Cagle, County High School was by Linda Sechrist, past second vice president; Pat presented to Dr. Damn presidnt and district sec- Patterson, secretary; Al- ice Sineath, treasurer; and MflB9BHHHBEHBHBHBBMHBRHHHH9HEf Jean Saunders, immediate past president. Shamel .presented her theme of "Joy, Laughter and Compassion," and recognized Gail Kelly as being her mentor. New member, Lorene Markland, was installed and received her pin, yearbook and a gift. The Little Free Library was officially opened in Rich Park, sponsored and built by the club with town crews providing a sidewalk to the library Outgoing president, Jean Saunders, presents across from Mocksville president-elect, Marlene Shamel, the president's Elementary. pin. i Edward Jones and Financial Advisor, Steve Talton (USAF Retired), Salutes j the courage and loyalty of our troops, both now and in the past.Thank You. Steve M Talton Financial Advisor wvnw.cdwardjones.com Member SIPC Walmart Shopping Cntr. Mocksville. NC 336-751-0066 Edwardjones* MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING Students DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday, May 26.2016 - Dl Students Recognized For Good Character Each year, Davie Schools students are recognized for displaying good character. The students selected to represent their schools ex- emplify the traits of com- passion, courage, honesty, justice, loyalty, respect, re- sponsibility and self-disci- pline. These students were recognized at the Character Education Awards Night held at the Brock Perform- ing Arts Center in two ceremonies, one for the elementary students and another for the middle and high school students. Jane McAllister, director of the Davie County Pub- lic Library as well as the president of the Humane Society of Davie County, was the speaker for the el- ementary schools and chal- lenged the students to con- sider questions for building good character traits into their lives: What makes you happy?; When is it good to be stubborn?; and Why are please and thank you so im- portant? Austin Caviness, pastor for Salem Fork Christian Church in Dobson as well as a former WXII12 me- teorologist, shared life les- sons with the middle and high school students. He shared the "Character be- fore Career" motto he had learned while attending the prep school. Stony Brook School, and encouraged stu- dents to count on the char- acter that has been instilled The students were pre- sented with certificates for their accomplishment. Cooleemee Elementary Kindergarten, Ava I..a- Davie County High School Character Education award winners. Davie County Early College High School Character Education award win- ners. Central Davie Academy Character Education award winners Emily Benassi and Tommy Brown. gle, Hayden Rennix; first Gavin Horton, Jason Mittel- grade. Cotton O'Neal, Em- steadt; second grade, Kori ily Flores-Ventura; second Bailey, Jackson Boger; third grade, Jamie Dejesus- grade, Charlotte Recce, Trigueros, Omar Visoso- Carson Queen; fourth grade, Lorenzo; third grade. Cor- Rebecca Dixon, Wyatt Bur- ban O'Neill, Savannah ton; fifth grade. Amber Mc- Stowe; fourth grade, John Cullough, Jacob Terpening. Allen- Sapp, Leslie Mena- Mocksv 11 le Elementary Carachurc; fifth grade. Kindergarten, Gavin Delgado-Ru; Chastity Reeves. Gi; Romero- Longarcs. Cornatzer Elementary Adams, Cristina Castro- •M Ramirez; first grade, Har- moni Alston, Aidan Szcw- :zyk; second grade, Logan Kindergarten, Lima Her- Foster, Anna Ebright: third nandez. Paxton Lewis; first grade, Zahmirah Summers, See Character - Page B3 North Davie Middle School Character Education award winner South Davie Middle School Character Education award winners. Shady Grove Elementary School Character Education award winners. William Ellis Middle School Character Education award winners. William R. Davie Elementary School Character Education award winners. Pinebrook Elementary School Character Education award winners. Cooleemee Elementary School Character Education award winners. Mocksville Elementary School Character Education award winners.Comatzer Elementary School Character Education award winners. D2 - DAVTE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday, May 26, 2016 Davie Schools p-5 ! Mocksville Elementary Life." Both books have non- Students of the Week: human main characters that Amelia Battle, Jalea Robin- learn about love. Themes of son, Jaden Godbey, Rihanna love, gro Craven, Adian Humphries, arc univ Aubrey Speckin, Kamya .Berry, Man Jones and Shane Matthews. Mrs. Martin and Ms. Moore's second grade class has been researching maps of the world. The students iPads to create a colorful and interesting fact. The class enjoyed a Mystery Skype interactive activ- ity. The students could ask 'e. Thci ;h and friendship jal and students are making connections to their own lives. Third graders are re- viewing text features such as timelines, captions and graphs by making their own. Readwritetliink.org lives that allow students to poems, and foldables. Sec- ond graders arc learning about two- and three-di- yes or no questions of the mensional shapes through other classroom. The stu- tangrnms and other hands- dents were excited when we on activities, guessed that there school was located in Vermont. Coolecmcc Elementary Finding the area of Kindergarten students composite figures can be a are learning about the life challenging concept. How- cycles of plants and insects, ever, third grade students Students are also learning took on this challenge with how plants and insects work ease. Third grade teachers together in nature. In math used the floor tiles to make students are practicing addi- composite figures. Students tion and subtraction facts in were able to break each order to build lluency. composite figure into.small- First grade students er ports with pieces of yarn, learned how to partition They then worked in coop- shapes into halves and erative groups to find the area of each part and then added the parts together. This simple but effective ing, soap making. historical facts about Davie County. Som ibeti's School. Studci are comparing and contrast- skills such as: throwing, . „ , -. , , , ,ing toys from Tanzania to catching and kicking After Mocksville Elementary second graders who created world maps include: They are learn- developing each skill,'class- above - Aiden Sanders, Grace Ratledge, Emma Boardwine and Eriberto different es competed against each Lopez; and below - Daniel Catlett, Alicia Granadero, Olivia Shue, Olivia Wagstaff. shapes into fourths. They are reviewing math concepts. Students arc having fun with math and enjoy the strategies they can activity had the students up, use to understand concepts, moving, and engaged In reading, students are On May 12. fourth grad- learning about Tanzania ers celebrated "Living His- from Elizabeths Doll tory Day" with Senior Ser- vices of Davie County. The students were exposed to methods of primitive cook- ing how school is different es competed agi in other countries. Students other in games'. Studcnls found_it interesting to learn practiced many events and new things about Tanzania, games that they will par- the community shared expe- They are also intrigued by ticipate in on field day. Stu- riences and answered qucs- the things students do the dents practiced all kinds of OnMay 13,'studentstook The second grade classes races, three-legged relay, the annual field trip to the had a trip to SciWorks on and spoon and egg relay, state capitol, Raleigh. They May 12; students enjoyed Next is the third and final toured the capitol building the hands-on experiments fitness test to sec how much and the legislative building in all of the rooms. The growth each student has had where the students got to traveling exhibit on mo- since the beginning of the show off their knowledge of tion gave them a chance to year. NC government. They also build roller coasters and test spent time in the history and them by rolling balls along the science museums. the tracks; they also rode scooters around a track. In the BioWorks room stu- Mrs. Wyatt's third grade students at Mocksville Elementary use floor tiles to find the area of com- posite figures. hooked. The students were engaged and enjoyed the ac- tivity they even got to take a miniature skateboard home to show their parents and discuss what they learned. During the past month in PE, students learned how to play hexball, kickball, and baseball. They practiced Mrs. graders, Dotson's fifth i reading, have been studying the Titanic, dents observed snakes, in- Students are fascinated by sects, lizards, and birds. The some of the facts they are Mountains to Sea area gave learning as they read. Each students the opportunity student was given a Simula- to sec what the inside of a tion card that contains the lodge, cave and tree look information about one pas- like and to try their hand at scnger on the Titanic. They fishing in the stream. One have been creating Twitter of the sei accounts for these passen- goal; gers and will find out their were fate next. In math they id gi is souni jble to r „. they learned about instru- Mocksville Elementary Terrific Kids for May, from left: front - Christopher Williams, James Hernan- ments. They were able to dez Rtvas, Andy Bustos-Hernandez, Hanna Steinour, Sarah Andrade, Kaylee Long, Alex Rodri- piaying gomes like Bazin- strike, blow, or pull items guez, Sydney Hayes; middle - Deanna Montoya, Ashley Santos, Emma Cole, Hector Sblis-Romero, md stinky Feet. They to make sounds in the sound Alexus Scott, Holt Carter, Lauren Forbes. Grace Jacobs; back - Kienan Beasley, Raydiant Clinton, room. One of the favorite ac- Aubrey Lucas, Camren Godbey, Julianna Hart, Yadhira Rodriguez, Cayden Brown. tivities was riding in the me- " chanical chair in the physics room. Outside students saw chickens, goats, a cow, deer ters, QR codes, and task and other animals. The day cards to get ready for End • ended with a planetarium of Grade testing. They con- show called "The Secret tinue to use Number Talks of the Cardboard Rocket." strategies in the classroom Students had a great time and enjoy coaching one an- learning about the planets, other through problems, as The parents and other fam- well as, sharing our prob- ily members who took time lem solving methods. As the year winds down, they will reflect by making collages the EOG by traveled to South Davie t watch the eighth graders present "The Lion King." Ms. Reeves class has been using hands-on and writing narratives. Cornatzer Elementary ELL students at Cor- Fourth graders are reading "The Miraculous Journey of to come on this trip were greatly appreciated. Third graders began to review for the EOG this week through fun and en- gaging activities. In read- s'ateb^aniin3 a'nd worked Mocksville Elementary Terrific Kids for May, from left: front - Zeb Stewart, Preston Young, Griffin Cunningham, Angelique Salas-Barreto, Jalea Robinson, Destinee James, Autumn Parker; middle ihool dressed like - Ri'ey Eddinger, Ben Warlick, Harmoni Alston, Mackenzie Jones, Luis Salas-Barretro, Sammy, Edward Tuiane." Fifth grad- skateboarders and rode their Jiminez, Jarek Stanley, Eva Johnson; back - Tykeria Propst, Eric Walker, Nhi Ngo, Olivia Wagstaff, are reading "A Dog's skateboard into the class- Cloe Harrison, Oswaldo Torres, Ailany Repreza, Piper Schilling, Akema Holland, Ricardo Trinidad. NOW PICKING!-DavieCountoHvdroponiG Tomatoes Other FRESH PRODUCE also available IJe-w Drop Farm : 3O2 Foster Road, Mocksville I (r™»RAnjoa(«RidgeRiLia*ea=iaDiTOCoiB«l Calf For Directions (336)492-2849 Ores WED. THROUGH FRL NOON-SFM AND SAT. SAM-NOON > Fully Insured • Tree Work & Tree Removal • Trimming & Thinning • Free Estimates • Stump Grinding • Bucket Truck Service (336)909-0609 (336)909-0610 Scotty Seaford Jack S e af ord You are always welcome at First United Methodist Church 310 North Main Street Historic Downtown Mocksville Con temporary Worship 8:45 am. Traditional Worship 1055 am. Sunday School for all ages 950 am. Weekly Prayer Service-Thure. Noon-1 aOO pm. wwwJSrstmncmocksviDe-orE Telephone: 751-2503 DAVTE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. Thursday. May 26. 2016 - D3 Character. Shodeah Kelly is a Davidson County Community College Academic Excellence award winner. Early College Graduate Earns DCCC Honor Davidson County Com- munity College recognized two graduates for excel- lence in the classroom dur- ing the college's annual held Saturday an the David- son Campus. Shodeah Kelly of Mocksville was introduced as the 2016 Academic Ex- cellence Award winner. She maintained 4.0 grade point average and graduated with high honors. Kelly, who earned the students from each of the state's 58 community col- leges to be recognized this spring for academic excel- lence. Students completing as least 12 semester hours in an associate degree program live grade point overage of not less than 3.25 are eli- gible. "I'm honored to receive the Academic Excellence Award," Kelly says. "1 look forward to applying the skills I've acquired at DCCC and feel much more prepared for classes at a four-year university. More- over, I'm looking forward to me happy." Kelly, also a 2016 gradu- ate of Davie County Early College High School, was recipient of a DCCC study abroad scholarship to Ire- land this spring. She plans to pursue a bachelor's de- gree in public policy, with a ic justice beginning this fall at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Continued From Page Dl grade, Kayli Booie. Alex Delcarmen; fourth grade, Adam Wilkins. Calvin Scott. Cindy Jaimes; fifth grade, Kienan Beasley, Martha Orellana. Pincbrook Elementary Kindergarten. Delaney Rhile. Henry Hines; first grade, Caroline Mitch- ell, Caleb Stanley; second grade. Fuller Kate Holt. Jake Vaughn; third grade, Isis Snider, Billy Krause; fourth grade. Addison Hen- drix.Ty Miller; fifth grade. Stephnnie Bueno-Chiquilo, Walker Jones. Jacob Bias. Shady Grove Elementary Kindergarten, Rachel Starkcy, Cannon Smith; first grade, Meghan Woody, Caleb McCullar; second grade, Stella Frye, Ethan Driver. Nickalai Self; third grade, Susanna Norris, Jack Gould; fourth grade, Emily Dixson, Zander Richardson; fifth grade, Zoey Peoples, Scan Brewer. William R. Davie Elementary Kindergarten. Nicholas Smyers. Lillie Ijames; first grade. Spencer Wilson. Makayla Nguyen; second grade, Scth Johnson. Lil- lic Hartness; third grade. Landon Straud. Brisa Bello: fourth grade, Sherlyn Cas- torcno, Craig McBride; fifth grade, Carlyssa Sisson. Jos- ue Serrano, Colin Prater. North Davie Middle Sixth grade, Landon Binkley, Aniya Mar Faith El- Ben; KayanaCaldwell. William Ellis Middle Sixth grade, Caleb Mathis, Seth Hill, Elise Weidman, Emma Agejew; seventh grade, Robbie Bos- tic, Salma Atalla. Hollic Dix; eighth grade, Julian Howard. Emerson Justice. Spencer Nifong. Cameron Simmons, Karli Fuller. Central Davie Academy Eighth grade. Tommy iphumore. Emily Dishman. Sierra Ferguson. Ben Foster. Jessica Gonza- lez. Samuel Heafner. Nich- olas Loj. Katelyn Webb; ju- Savannah Everett. Cory Heiner, Patrycja Leszczuk. Claire Myers. Angel Perez, Chris Reynolds, Valentine Ro Deanna T. :nth grade, Haley Nowak. Savannah Swisher, Eli Atkins, Cole Myers; eighth grade. Seth Ratliff. Caleb Knight. Lluvia Bel- lo-Ccrvantcs. Sarah Grace Rogers, Zachary Payne. South Davie Middle Quaid Keith. Abagail Du- zan, Elijah Miller, Taylor Thrcadgill; seventh grade, Bethany Barbee, Emmanuel Grnnadero-Trcjo, Lcxi San- tos, Zachaery Cole. Olivia Blue; eighth grade, Ryjea Brigman Carter. Yosari Ro- driquez, Javier Dclgado. Davie County Early College High School Freshman, Clayton Fos- ter, China Moore; sopho- more, Mnddtc Kasscl, Evan Mang; junior, Claudia Solis, Jay Davis; senior, Shodeah Kelly, Noah Hutchins. Davie County High School Freshman, Jessica Candi- do. Salem Cartncr, Mikhail Harris. Lloyd Junker, Mar- celi Lewtak, Malty McK- night, Emma Slabach, Re- ecc Vizcaino, Abby Yount; sophomore, Emma Allen, Jared Dequenne, Emilee ie. Caroline Davis, Devcreaux, Hadley Corbin Kopetzky, McEwen, Zachary Jalcn Scott. Morgan JACOB'S ^WESTERN STORE Over 130 styles of western boots g OWL JL H «) WOLVERINE'S' Over 35 Styles of Workboots KENNETH L. FOSTER & ASSOCIATES, PA • Land Surveyors • Planners • Mapping Residential, Commerical, Sub-Division Planning & Design Assist In Estate Divisions Cemetery Design & Layout OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN ALL TYPES OF SURVEYS Licensed in North Carolina & South Carolina. Resident of Davis .for over 4O NOWHIRING CNAs NOW THRU MAY 28$5 to $2O off1st, 2nd, ScSro Shift Full or Pan Ti 1st Shift • Full or Part Tim Contact: Pamala McNeil! at (336) 998-6712 to let up an interview. Located in Advance, NC PERKINS ROOFING 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 wilt 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 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 o! my life and that's what I tove to do." Jesse explains. "1 started out with a lad- der, hatchet and pick-up truck." Now, along with rooling, 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 on 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. 3 Professional Barbers Tue$_-ftt 830am - 6 pm; Sat Sam-roan (336) 766-9011 2721 LewsvAe Cfemmm ftl D4 - DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 26,2016 Dateline Fundraisers Saturday, May 28 Hotdog Saturday, Nevr Union Methodist, Shef- field-County Line roads, Mocksville, 11 a.m.-2 pjn. Bake sale. Breakfast, Advance VFW Post 8719, 130 Feed Mill Road, 7-11 ajn. Donations accepted. Reunions Saturday, June 4 Reeves Family Reunion, 4 p.m. ,Shcffield-Calahnln Com- munity Center. Covered dish Religion Saturday, May 28 Free dinner, hamburgers, hotdogs, chips and drinks. 6 p.m.. Rich Park, Mocksville. sponsored by Eagle Heights Church. Sunday, May 29 Senior members honored, New Bethel Baptist, 3727 US 601 S..Mocksville,3p.m.,with the Rev. V. Patrick Jones, Sr. pastor of New Zion Missionary Baptist in Salisbury. George and Minnie G. Camp- bell Memorial and Schol- arship Day, 11 ajn., Shiloh Baptist,Depot St..Mocksville. Speaker: Western Carolina University graduate Bryon Mayfield. Sunday, June 12 Rads on the-River service or Bailey's Chapel UMC, 11 ajn. Music by Jones Sisters and Bent Nickel. Lunch at noon, hamburgers, hotdogs. Ongoing Freeclotbes, Edgewood Bap- tist Clothes Closet, last Satur- day of every month, 10 a.m.-2 pjn. Infant, children, teens, items. NC 801 just outside Cooleemce city limits. Free coffee and doughnuts, every Wednesday,? p.m..Con- cord Mcthodist.Chcrry Hill Rd. VFW To Host Breakfast Advance VFW Post 8719 will host a breakfast from 7-11 a.m. Saturday at the post home, 130 Feed Mill Road. Donations will be ac- cepted. at NC 801, Mocksville. Bible Study of Revelation, Mock Place Community Cen- ter, Mocksville. Thursdays at 11a.m. Simply Moms prayer and of all ages with kids of all ages, second Fridays,9:30-ll:30ajn. d urin g s ch ool y ear. Corners! one Christian Church, NC 801. Free childcare. 998-060O. Weekly Prayer Service, First UMC, N. Main St.,Downtown, tuury. Not a structured service, quiet time to pray and meditate. Preschool,at Macedonia Mora- Optional lunch bunch 1 p.m. Ages 12 months - 5 yrs. Call 998-6492. GrlefSharc Recovery & Sup- port Group, at Hillsdale UMC. 5018US 158,Advance. Second & fourth Sundays of each month 4 p.m. For info: 998-4020. Kids for Christ, at Liberty UMC. 141 Liberty Circle. Mocksville, each Wed. 3-5:30 p.m. For kindergartcn-Sth grade. No cost, just a time for play, snacks, Bible stories, & music. Info: 940-7246. MOPS (Mothers of Pre- schoolers), 1st and 3rd Fri. of every month during traditional school year,9:30-11:45 a jn..at Blaise Bapt. Church. Awana, every Wed. evening 6:30-8 p.m. at Eagle Heights Church. The Lifc&leacbingof Jesus, presented by Mocksville Sev- enth-Day Adventist Church, Man. & Thurs. at 7 p.m., at 407 Milling Rd., Mocksville. Free admission. For info: 704- 876-3665. Children & Youth programs at IJames Baptist. Each Sun- day evening. Ages 3-11 at 5:30; 12-18 at 5:45.492-5265. Women's Discussion Class- es, two classes held weekly at Jericho Church of Christ, Tues. 10:30 ajn. and Wed. 7:30 pjn. No cost for materi- als. All women invited. Women's Bible Study, every Wed. 5-6 p.m.. in a home near Milling Road area. All women welcome. Info: 751-5229. Women'sStudyGroup.Phasc 2, on Biblical women,presented by Hannah'sMinistrics.Frcc& held every second Sat. of each month, 10-11 a jn. All welcome. Info:94O-5149. CareNct Counseling Centers, at First Baptist Church, 390 N.MatnSt..Mocksville.Offers scling. Academically trained, certified counselors & mental health professionals. Info. & appt. 751-2041. Preschool/Parents Morning Out, Bethlehem United Meth. Time: 9 a.m.-noon. Ages 1 & 2 - M,W orT.Th.Agc 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. 23. & 4 year olds. Mon- day-Thursday, 8:30-11:30 a.m. Linda Owings, 751-2803. Awana & Bible Study, Wednes- days at 7 p.m., Hope Baptist Tabemnclc. Coffee House, 4th Sun. each UMC. Good co'ffec, good fel- lowship, & good music. Special Events Friday, May 27 Davic High Choral Fest with vocal ensemble ant' Choral Beginning classes, 7 p.m.. Brock Performing Arts Center, N. Main St., Mocksville. Saturday, May 28 Special Occasion Band, free concert, Bermuda Run, ga- zebo, Kinderton Commercial Center off US 158.7 p.m. Sunday, May 29 Memorial Day service with Ritual of Remembrance, Cooleemee Presbyterian, 2 p.m., sponsored by Coolee- mec-Mocksville VFW Post 1119. Monday, May 30 Memorial Day program, Brock Performing Arts Center, 11 a.m. Speaker: World War II POW Harold Frank. Saturday, June 4 Motorcycle poker run for Milling Manor. Registration 9:30, kick stands up at 10:30. 515 single, $25 double. DJ Tina Crews. Elvis, Patsy Cline impersonators, mm!poker run @ yahool.com. Beach N Tan, 953 S. Salisbury St., Mocksville. Public Shred Day ,9a.m.-noon. St. Francis of Assisi, 862 Yad- kinville Road. Mocksville. $5 donation per tax deductible per large paper grocery bag. Ongoing Free coffee/donuts for veter- ans and military, 8-10:30 a.m. every second Tuesday, Deep Creek Community Center,2120 Brawlcy Rd.,Yadkinvillc,spon- so red by Co urtney Run tan Club. Spay-Ncnter Clinic,2nd Wed. of each month by the Humane Society of Davie County, af- fordable spay-neutersurgeiy for cats and dogs. Call 751-5214 to make reservati onandfordetails. Free Advanced Healthcare Planning Workshops, 2nd Tues. of each month, 1 £ -I p.m., EMSBuilding.Mocksvillc.For info: 336-768-6157 cxt. 1622. Footloose Friends,every Tues., 7-9 p.m. (first time dancers should arrive 6:30). Cost 54 each night, open to couples or singles. Call Link 413-5204 or 972-2659. Federal Benefits for Veterans, DAV Chapter #75 bldg., 1958 US 6OIS.,every third Sat., 12-4 pjn. For info: 336-407-5662. Free Monthly Diabetes/Blood Pressure/Cholesterol Screen- Ings, last Fri. of each month in 20O9 at WalMart, 9 ajn. til 12 noon. Sponsored by Davie Lion's Club. Visit Cooleemee's Mill Village Museum, I4ChurchSl.,Wed.- Sat. 10 a.m. til 4 p.m. Tours also available by appt. Call 284-6O4O. Storytlmes, at Davic Co. Li- brary: Fri. 11 a.m., main library. JROTC Helps With Special Olympics On Friday, May 13, Da- vie County High School hosted the 2016 Special Olympics Spring Games for Davie County. More than 300 athletes competed, ranging in age from 7 to 70. The Davie County Army JROTC program alongside of Katie Brewer, the coor- dinator of Davie County Special Olympics, orga- nized and helped run the games. Cadet LTC Sarah Buie, dets, was responsible for the overall outcome of the games'. She worked closely with Brewer for nearly two months working out details from the final chair count to each specific event in the games. Cadet CPT Christopher Brown watched over his as- signed Cadets who started, track, long jump and soft- ball throw. Cadet CPT Richard Cline directed Cadets working at stations such as the petting zoo, bounce house and bingo. When asked about her experience with Special Olympics, Cadet 1st LT Sherice Mance said: "Vol- unteering with Special Olympics expands my per- sonal skills and problem solving while providing hands on experience with different backgrounds and age groups." Cadet LTC Sarah Buie said: "It is great to see my Battalion in action, we have been training all school year and it is fantastic to see all of our hard work pay off when we see how much of a difference we make for these athletes." Meetings Ongoing Davie/Mocksville AA, closed Bapt. Church, 390 N. Main St. (across from Davie Library). Thursdays, 7 p.m. Info: Jan 753-1838. Mocksville Garden Club,first Thursday, 7 p.m., Scpt.-June. fellowship hall First Methodist, Church St. Betty Ward. 336- 971-2237. 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- 8:30pjn.,BlucHangaratSugar Valley. Program for cadets (12-18) and adults. For info: 336-978-4186. Davie County Planning Board, 4th Tues. of each month, 6 p.m. in commissioners chambers, 2nd floor.Davio Administration Bldg., 123 5. Main St. Davie County Board of Ad- justment, 3rd Monday of each month, 6 p.m., in commission- ers chambers, 2nd floor, Davie 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: www.daviebeekeepers.org DC Networks, 7:45-9 a.m. second Tues. each monlh- Ketchie Creek Bakery, Valley Rd., Mocksville. Networking/ referrals group hosted by Davie County Chamber o f Commerce. For info: 336-751-3304. DC Networks, 4th Tues. each Run, 11:45 a.m.-l' p.m. Net- working/referrals group hosted by Davie Chamber of Com- merce. Info: 751-3304. Davie Quitters Guild, 3rd 492-20OO. Triumph Parenting Classes, Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m., call for info: 751-5636. Humane Society of Davic 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 theMen- tally III Support Group, 2nd and 4th Tues. of each month, 6 p.m., Hillsdale Bapt. Church, Advance. Call 751-5441 for info. Garden Club, 2nd Tues. each month, Hillsdale Bapt.Crmrch,US158.1:30pjn. Mocksville Lion's Club, meets third Thursday of each month, 7 p.m.. First United Methodist Church, Mocksville. HOWARD REALTY 330S.aS«uSt, Hocks*'338-751-3538 Club, every Thurs. at 7 a.m., Bermuda Village. Davie Co. Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 94, 3rd Tues. of every month,? p.m., Zcko's Restaurant. Davie Democratic Party, 2nd Tues. of each month, 7 p.m., 11O Depot Street. Davie Co. Republican Party, every third Tues. of month. 7 p jn. in Davie Co. courthouse. Davie Co. Republican Men's of every month, meal/meeting, 6 p.m.. Sagebrush, US 6O1 N.. Mocksville. For info: 408-8898. Davie Historical & Grnciuor;- leal Society,4thThurs.,7 pjn., Davie Library. Al-Anon Family Group, at Macedonia Moravian Church, N.C.801 N., Advance, Sundays 8 p.m., (in fellowship hall). Al-Anon is a group thai helps families & friends of alcoholics. Cooleemee Worn ens Civitan Club, meets 4th Thurs. of each month, 7 p.m. Cooleemce First Bapt. fellowship nail.2O4 Mar- ginal St., Cooleemee. All area ladies invited. Stitch-In, a gathering of craftcrs at Mocksville Library, second Wed.ofeochmonih,7-8:15pjn. Bring your portable project an all your best'tips and tricks to share. Info: 751-2023. Davie County Board of Di- rectors, 2nd Mon., 5, North Davie Ruritan Club, p.m. Call 782-4276 forinfo and location 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.,atDavieSr. 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. NAACF Community Aware- ness Meeting, every 4th Mon. of each month,7p.m.,ai Shiloh Bapt. Church. Center ECA Club meets 2nd Monday of each month, at Center Comm. Bldg., 7 p.m. Please join us. Disabled American Veter- ans Chapter 75 meets on first Monday of each month,7 pjn., DAV building, 1958 US 601 S. 336-671-6094 for more info. Adjutant J. Renfro. Town Of Cooleemee Planning Board, meets 3rd Thurs. of each month at Cooleemce Town Hall, 7 pjn. Davie County Diabetes Sup- every month, 7-8:30 p.m., at Davie Co. Public Library Small Conference Room. Info: 751-870O. Davie Business Women'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, 7:3 0 p jn., 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. Cooleemee Recreation Asso- ciation, Zachory House, 1st Tuesday, 7 p.m. The ArtistGroup,Davie Coun- ty Library.7 p.m. last Tues. Call Bonnie at 998-5274. Center Community Devel- Community Bldg. North Cooleemee and Clark Road Council, 2nd Wednesday, 7 p.m. Meeting in different Davie Domestic Violence Ser- vices and Rape Crisis Center. Offers weekly support group for domestic violence & sex- ual assault victims. The group 5:30-7pjn.Please call office for location, 751-3450. Sons of Confederate Veterans, 1st Monday,Cooleemee Histor- ical Building, 7 pjn. Mocksville Rotary Club.Tucs- days,12:O5pJn..EnergyUnitcd Education Center, 182 S. Salis- bury St.. Mocksvillc. Farminglon Masonic Lodge No.265,2ndMonday.7:30p.m. at the lodge. Davie Co. United Way Board of Directors, 4th Monday.5:30 Conf. Room 208. Davie High Athletic Boosters, 3rd Monday, 7 p.m., school cafeteria. Farmington Rurltan Club. 2ndThuraday,7:30p.m.,Fann- ington Community Center. HELPS Ministries, Christian 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,2ndTucsday,7 p.m. Call Rosemary Kropfclder at 998-3311 for location. Health Dept.. clinic hours: Mon.-Fri., 8:30 n.m.-5 p.m. Davie County Board ofSocial Services, 4th Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. at DSS. Narcotics An onymous A gai ns I All Odds Group, First Bapt. Church, 390 N. Main Street (upstairs), Thure. 7 p.m.. Sun. 6 p.m. Drug Problem? Helpline, 336-785-7280. Mocksville Civitan Club, 7 p.m.. 2nd & 4th Mondays, at Advance Memorial Post 8719 Veterans of Foreign Wars and Ladies Auxiliary, 4th Tues., 7:30 p.m., post home. Feed Mill Road. Davie County Right lb Life, 7 pjn., 3rd Thursday, grand jury room,courthouse. 751-5235 or 492-5723. Cooleemee Memorial VFW Post 1119, 2nd Sat., 10 a.m., VFW Hall, N.C.801. Corinthian Lodge No. 17F&AM, 2nd, 4th Fridays. 7:30 p.m. at the lodge. Mocksville Lodge No. 134,1 st Tucsday,7:30 p.m. at the lodge. Cooleemee Clvitan's Club Meeting, 1 st and 3rd Mon. each month, 7 p jn., Civ itan Property, 801 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. Weekly Reader Subscribe to the Enterprise Record Only $26.69 P/Yr. 336-751-2120 Seniors All activities take place at Bobby H. Knight Senior Ser- vices Building located at 278 Meroney St., Mocksville unless otherwise noted. 753-6230. Ongoing Free Advanced Healthcare Planning Workshop, second Tuesday of each month, 1 p.m. Sr. Lunchbox, M.T.W, 11:30 served daily. Quilting Club, every Monday. 10a.m. SKIPBO, Wednesdays, 1 p.m. Tuesday, 2 p.m. Free Blood Pressure Checks, the Nutrition Site. Singing Seniors Chorus, Thursdays, 10a.m. Scrabble,1 p.m.every Monday. Texas Hold'Em -Thursdays. 1 p.m. Sr. Book Club, every third Tues. of the month, 1:30 p.m. Computer Classes - are avail- able, call for information. Arthri tic Exerdsc-every other Wed. 10:30 a.m. Line Dancing Level 1, Tues- days,Thursdays, 8:45 ajn. Line Dancing Level 2. Mon- days, Wednesdays, 9:45 a.m. Low Impact Aerobics - Tues. &Thurs., 11 ajn. Fitness Equipment Room - open Mon.-Thurs. 8 a.m. til 8 p.m. Fridays 8 a.m. til 5 p.rn, & Sat. 9a.m. til 1 p.m. Art, Mondays 9 a.m. lil 12p.m. Woodcarving, Wed. 9-11 a m Silver Health, Mon.. Tues Wed.. 8:30 ajn. Yoga, call for dales and scs- Dance Party Aerobics, 5:30 pjn. on Tues. & Thursi Silver Health, Mon.. Wed & Fri. at 8:30 ajn. Report Davie Dateline Items By Noon Monday should be reported by noon Monday of the publication week. Call 751-2120 or drop U by the office, ai S. Main SL across fronnfae counSf>TBe DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday. May 26,2016 - D5 ChoralFest Is Friday Davie High choral students rehearse for Friday night's Choral Fest at the Brock Per- forming Arts Center on North Main Street in Mocksville. The con- cert starts at 7 p.m. NORTH CAROLINA services. Including but not limited DAVIE COUNTY to the Davfe County Chamber of MDTICE OF Commerce.., sjuusu JH TAKE FURTHER NOT|CE iho PUBLIC HEARING enBfits to the DUbllc °"p°cl lo be Hearing will be held before tho tlan of new jobs In Oavio County, Board of Commissioners of Davie nd (III) the attraction to Davie County at B:00 o'clock p.m. on County and tho Slate of North Juno 6th. 201 0, In Iho Conference Carolina of now companlos which Room of Iho Davie County Admin- might have located In anothar Istration Building. 123 South Main state but for the assistance pro- Street. Mocksville. North Caro- vlded by the Davie County Eco- llna. pursuant to tho provisions of nomie Development Commission. NCGS §15B-7.1 and Session Law Stacy A Mayer 2O1 5-277, to consider granting Clerk to tho Board economic development appro- of Davie County Commissioners prtatlons for the purpose of aiding Publish: May 26. Juno 2and encouraging Iho location ol a new industrial enterprises and de- INUTFfiTf AM TO SUBMIT SST "D-c-""— PRE-QUflUFICflTIDN TAKE FURTHER NOTICE PACKAGE FOR that the appropriations being BIDDING THE DAUIE considered are approximately Pflllirrv nnilOTltniipr S145.B76.00 from Davie County JjjSr .1L_ *fH~ ^"^"J^ to assist the Davie County Eco- EXTERIOR RESTORATION nornlc Development Commission Davie County. North Carolina In the recruitment or Industries to |3 eeeklno ore-auallflcatlon state- Davie County, advertising of local menls from genoral contractors business environment of Davie with prior restoration experience! County, to hire profesalonel eco- (or work to be performed for the nomic development staff, and to exterior restoration ol ihe Davie network wtlh business support County Courthouse In Mocksville, Two Earn UNCA Academic Honors Two Mocksville students earned spring semester aca- demic honors at UNC Asheville. Morgan Hanne Fuller was named to the chancellor's list with a 4.0 grade point average. Jessa Victoria Butterfield was named to the dean's list with a grade point average between 3.5 and 3.99. North Carolina. This project will be bid as a single- prime contract. The project generally includes Iho exterior restoration of the existing rior masonry cleaning, restoration and palming wilt bo a largo por- tion of tho project as well as the restoration of mo existing clock tower. Replacement ot tho exist- ing capper dome roof will also be Included. Davto County antici- pates work to start on Iho resto- ration In mid August ol this year. Any general contractor wishing lo be pro-quail lied for Iho work musl complete an application and be approved by Davie County for bid- ding. Contect tho office of Fuller Architecture at 336-751-0400 lo obtain Ihe necessary application Information and project Informa- tion. Questions regarding this Pro-qualification Request (RFQ) must be in writing and shall be directed to John Fuller. Architect. via e-mail. This application must be submitted with one (1) original and two (2) copies. Applications shall be submitted to: John Fuller, Architect. Fuller Architecture, 68 Court Square. Suite 200, Mocks- villo. NC 27O2S. Applications that are Incomplete or received after the deadline will not be considered lor pro- qiml If lent Ion lor this protect and therefore not allowed to bid. The applica- tion shall be submitted no later Ulan 3;OO p.m.. Juno 13. 2O16. Davie County reserves the right to reject any and all applications: to waive all technicalities end Irregu- larities; and to request additional Publish: May 28 TOWN OF MOCKSVILLE NOTICE or PUBIIC HEARING ON REQUEST FOR ANNEXATION The public will lake notice that the Board of Com mission ore of tho Town of Mocksvillo has called a public hearing at 4:00 p.m. on Juno 7, 2016, at the Mocksvillo nexlng the following described territory, requested by petition DESCBIEI1QM BEGINNING AT A NAIL FOUND AT A O.S' IRON IN THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE HEREIN DESCRIBED TRACT, BEING THE SOUTHEAST COR- NER OF LORIN A. WOOD (DB 307. PG 246), SAID NAIL BE- ING LOCATED SOUTH 23 DEG. 25 MiN. 58 SEC. EAST 1O0.11 FEET FROM A O.75' IRON IN LORIN A. WOOD'S NORTHEAST CORNER; THENCE WITH THE WESTERN LINE OF McDANIEL INVESTMENT PROPERTIES. LLC SOUTH 27 DEG. 11 MIN. 33 SEC. EAST 150.31 FEET TO A POINT IN THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE HEREIN DE- SCRIBED TRACT; THENCE WITH A NEW UNE FOR SWICE- GOOD. ET. AL SOUTH 33 DEG. 32 MIN. 53 SEC. WEST PASS- ING THROUGH AN IRON AT 24.12 FEET AND 430.29 FEET FOR A TOTAL OF 5OO.29 FEET TO A POINT WITHIN THE RIGHT OF WAY MARGIN OF US HWY. 601, BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE HEREIN DE- SCRIBED TRACT; THENCE WITHIN THE RIGHT OF WAY MARGIN OF HWY. 601 NORTH 27 DEG. O6 MIN. 19 SEC. WEST 150.00 FEETTOA POINT IN THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE HEREIN DESCRIBED TRACT, BEING THE SOUTHWEST COR- NER OF LORIN WOOD (DB 307. PG 248); THENCE WITH WOOD'S SOUTHERN LINE NORTH 73 DEG. 30 MIN. 50 SEC. EAST PASSING THROUGH A REBAR AT 14.92 FEET FOR A TOTAL OF 500.00 FEET TO THE POINT AND PLACE OF BE- GINNING. CONTAINING 1,694 ACRES. MORE OR LESS, AS SURVEYED BY GRADY L. TUT- TEROW, PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR, ON APRIL 7, 2005. AND REVISED OCTOBER 18. 20O8. DRAWING NO. 6805-4 A. SURVFY LEGAL DESCRIPTION ALL THAT TRACT OR PAR- CEL OF LAND LYING AND BE- ING IN DAVIE COUNTY. NORTH CAROLINA CONTAINING 73.790 SQUARE FEET OR 1.694 ACRES. MORE OR LESS. AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT NGS MONU- MENT -EYE" HAVING NORTH CAROLINA STATE PLANE CO- ORDINATES (NAD83 (2001 1) N: 793.O59.0S sFT AND E: 1.530.852.90 sFT. SAID POINT BEING THE POINT OF COM- MENCEMENT; THENCE. S31*07'46"E A GROUND DIS- TANCE OF 41O.97' TO A POINT MARKED BY A 3/4' PIPE FOUND. SAID POINT BEING ON THE COMMON PROPERTY LINE OF LORIN A. & DORIS M. WOOD (DEED BOOK 307. PAGE 248; PLAT BOOK 8. PAGE 352) AND AHMED A. BAGHAT et al (DEED BOOK 686. PAGE 167) SAID POINT BEING THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE. ALONG THIS COMMON PROP- ERTY LINE OF WOOD AND BAGHAT ot al. N73"3f3O' E, A DISTANCE OF 481.98* TO A POINT MARKED BY A 314' PIPE FOUND. SAID POINT BE- ING THE COMMON CORNER OF WOOD. BAGHAT oL al.. THE ESTATE OF MILDRED R. SHERR1LL (DEED BOOK 1997E PAGE 270) AND NATOUR & NATOUR. LLC (DEED BOOK 724. PAGE 143; PLAT BOOK 9. PAGE 149); THENCE WITH THE COMMON LINE OF BAGHAT et. ol. AND NATOUH & NATOUR. LLC SZ7"1O'54-E A DISTANCE OF 150.31' (PASSING A 1/2' REBAR SET AS A WITNESS MONUMENT AT 125.31') TO A POINT WHICH IS A COMMON CORNER OF BAGHAT et al AND PRIMAX PROPERTIES, LLC (DEED BOOK 814 PAGE 428); THENCE. WITH THE COMMON BOUNDARY LINE OF BAGHAT et al AND PRIMAX PROPERTIES. LLC S73*33-33-W A DISTANCE OF 500.29' (PASSING A T-BAR WITH A STEEL CAP FOUND AT 34.11') TO A POINT WITHIN THE RIGHT OF WAY OF US HWY. 801 (YADKINVILLE ROAD, VARI- OF US HWY. BO1 N27*05'3B-W A DISTANCE OF 149.96' TO A POINT; THENCE. N73*3T3OmE FOUND, SAID POINT BEING THE POINT OF BEGINNING. Publish: May 2B NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Piedmont Autnortty for Regional Transportation (PART) Board of Trustees will hold a Pub- lic Hearing on Wednesday. June 2017 PART General. Commuter Resources, and Grants Budgets and Federal Transit Adminlstra- of Projects funding allocation. The hearing will be held at PART Of- fice located at 107 Arrow Road. dltlonal Information and a list of 5307 Projects visit www.partnc. org. Publish: May 26 At Piedmont Federal we specialize in a home loan process with NO SURPRISES Piedmont' FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK • Home Mortgages (Serviced here / not sold) • Online Banking • Mobile Banking • Checking / Savings / CDs • E-Accounts Stop by and speak with Branch Manager Jeff Davis in our Clemmons Branch to leam more about our home loan process. faCThnnfc.oxn/PiedmotTTPederatSavtngsBank Branch I 336J66.OS81 I 3701 CtemrnonsRoad,Ctanmons.NC27012 I MEMBER FD1C SB 02015 Piedmont Federal Savings Bar* D6 - DAVBE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, Thursday, May 26,2016 NORTH CAROLINA DA VIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Exocuinr ol the Estate ol Elvanta W. Crewm, deceased, late a! Davie County. North Carolina, this Is lo notify all persons, flrma and corporations of said deceased to exhibit the PO Box 1483 Mt. Airy, NC 27O3O (336)786-1181 Publish: April 28; May 5.12.19 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF DAVIE NOTICE TO CREDITORS decedent to exhibit them to the Executor, Deborah Lynn Steel- man. at the office of WellsLaw. Attorneys at Law. 38O Knollwood si.. Suite 640. Wtnston-Salem, NC 271O3. on or before August 12. 2O1B or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. firms corporations Indebted tate will please make s Adminis- M persons, firms, and corpora tlons indebted to the said estate to Mr. Harold E. Crews, Execu- Larry Carlton, deceased, late of wl|i ninlla., mBi,B immnrilntn DDV tor. c/o Qeorga A. -Trip; Payne. DavlS County. NC. this ,s to notify ±&SK2 "* " " " " "against ^^ (hfl 12m dfly Q( Mfiy signed. This the 19th day ol May, 2016. Walla Fargo Bank, HA, Executor P.O. Box 30B1 (Estate Services D4001-102) Winston -Salem, NC 27150 , . . Esq., Kaspar & Payne, P.A.. P.O. Box 687. 3626 Clemmons Road. Clammons. NC 27012, on or be- fore the 23th day of July, 2018, or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All persons In- debted to aald estate will please make Immediate payment. This the 20lh day of April. 2O16. Harold £. Crown, Executor Attorney George A. "Trip" Payne Kasper & Payne, P.A. P.O. Box 687 3F.2G Clemmons Road. Clemmons, NC27O12 Publish: April 28; Miiy 5,12.19 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Executor for the Estate of LORENE N. CRATER, late of Davle County, North Carolina, the undersigned does hereby notify all persons, firms, and corporatio