Loading...
03-March/ — _ - . ' ш т - ^ т u t i i r f ' , № . f e Ì i b ^ ' ' . ' - i ' f S f ^ > à , 1 , i % n ^ 4 w v - 1 -B i D a v i e H i g h W r e s t l e r s u o i n g F o r S t a D A V I E C O U N T V 1. i - 50« E N T E R P R I / E I ^ É E C O R D U SPS 149-160 THURSDAY. March 2. 1989 -----V ^ 3fi PAGESTHURSDAY, March 2, 1989 f i . . ’***1 , / C - - ’ • - -■'iA .vÌTiiìb''/ Г' Л - . •; ’ - Ш--У- V. .; ■ •'i Л«:.!.-,-)'. < ; lì C o u n t y B o a r d T o D e c i d e O n W - S W a t e r B u y x r ■•■- ................ :■ : л ' > ;• ■ M l w m ^ ■ s ' ^ -_ :':^7 ^ ::.2 5 y ® s< « tsaa^ David Springer, an opponent of the proposed Perkins the $1 billion facility. The tract is being considered for nuclear power plant, stands in front of the entrance to a national disposal facility for high-level nuclear waste. We property Duke Power purchased 17 years ago for _ ,,y Barringer lluclear Threat proponents Of Power Plant Now Opposed To Waste Site ;By Kathy D. Chaffin ;-Pavle County Enterprise-Record "oUt was 17 years ago when Dulce Power 'C o. began searching for land along the : Yadkin River in Davie County on which ;to build a $1 billion nuclear power plant. • ■ Eloise and Grant Stephens, who live off •Cherry Hill Road in eastern Davie, were :òne of the first landowners approached by i Diike Power officials. • M rs. Stephens said she was in her yard -,one day when two men stopped and said '.they were interested in buying the land. : “ l;told them we didn’t have any land for -sale. It was not for sale at any price.” •. The.Stephens were joined by neighbor-о' :ing landowners in refusing to sell, and for -a while, Mrs. Stephens said it looked like Duke Power officials would go elsewhere to build the proposed nuclear power plant. , A company spokesman was quoted in a July 1972 newspaper clipping as saying Duke Power had noi obtained a single land '.option in its month-long attempt to sccurc Jabput 1,000 acres along the Yadkin River -in Davie. ;. Because of landowners’ strong opposi- .■Jion to selling and their indication they •would fight any attempt the company :m.ight make to securing the land by con- rdemnation, Duke Power officials said then 'they had gone to another county, which they declined to name, and secured in ex­ cess of 1,000 acres. A later clipping revealed the property to be in Davidson County. However, because a previous sludy of the Yadkin River had indicated Davie lo be the best site for a nucicar power plant, Duke officials said they would conlinue for a few more days its search for land in the county. In another article, William S. Lee, then senior vice president in charge of engineer­ ing and construction for Duke Power and presently chief executive officer, was quoted as saying the company was will­ ing to pay “ double the going price” for : land. Lee said Duke would also allow lan­ downers at least a year to find a new locaiion. W ithin a month, Duke Power had op­ tions on 1,000 acres, including 84 acres owned by John Bailey, then chairman of the D avie C ounly B oard o f Commissioners. Jerry Swicegood, fellow commissioner and a real estate developer, was praised by Duke and county officials for negotiating the options and subsequent p u r c h a s e s . Swicegood said the properly Duke Power was considering in Davidson was just across the river. “ The only difference between the thing being locatcd in David- son and Davie was the fact lhat we would rcceive the benefits o f the tax base,” he said. Vernon Dull of M ocksville, who was then the supervisor of land acquisition for Duke Power, supervised the purchases from start to finish. “ ll would have been the biggest lax- paying thing that could possibly have come lo Davie County,” he said, “ along with spccially-trained people with high salaries and all very com m unity-oriented.” Commissioners promoted Duke Power’s plans for the plant, which would have raised the county’s lax base five times. County Attorney John Brock said com­ m issioners weren’t the only ones who wanted the nuclear generating facility in Davie. “ A number of infonnal polls were done, and my recollection was that somewhere in the neighborhood of 60 to 70 percent of the people in Davie County were also in favor of the. facility being built,” he said. “ O f course, a lot of water has flow­ ed under the bridge since then as far as nuclear energey is concerned, but at that lime, the majority of the people in the county seemed to be in favor of it.” Please See Rural Davie — P. 8 By Kathy D. Chaffin Davie County Enterprise-Record Docs Davic County want to be dependent on Winslon-Salem for water? That’s one of the questions county commissioners will con­ sider when they decide whelher to hook onto the W inston- Salem/Forsyth Counly waler system, as recommended by their water advisory board, or proceed wilh plans for a new waler trcamient plant in the nor- tlieastern end of the counly. The Davic County W ater and Sewer Advisory Board, at a Feb. 6 nieeling, rccommcndcd ; that commissi.opers scr,Hp, plans , for a second water treatment planl for five years and hook onto the W inston-Salem/For­ syth system as an interim solu­ tion to the coultly’s growing water needs. Hooking onto the W inston- Salem system, the advisory "board-contended, “ offers the greatest amount of benefits for the m inim um am ount of m oney.” The money saved from this option could be ‘banked’ for five years and used toward a new water plant al that time, the advisory board said in a written statement to the commission. Two commissioners — Bert Bahnson and Spurgeon Foster Jr. — said then they didn’l like the idea of hooking onto the W inston-Salem/Forsyth water system. Bahnson repeated his opposi­ tion al a Bermuda Village M en’s Breakfast last week. “ I think thal when someone owns your waler, they’ve got a pret­ ty important part o f you,” he said. Other Towns Concerned Managers of Kernersviile and W alkertown said their residents were also concerned about be­ ing dependent on W inslon- Plcase See Independence — P. 9 H i l l s d a l e V i d e o S t o r e R o b b e d S a t u r d a y A gunman held up the Ber­ muda Quay Video Odyssey Saturday nighl and escaped wilh an undisclosed amount of cash. Detective John Stephens of the Davie County Sheriffs D epartm ent said the man entered the store aboul 9:15 Saturday and demanded cash. The man, wielding a large, automatic handgun, demanded the cash from the two clerks, Stephens said. He ordered the clerks to go into a back room, where they stayed for aboul three minutes. Investigators are looking for help in solving the crime. They arc asking anyone who was at B erm uda Q uay Shopping Cenler between 9-9:30 p.m . Saturday to give information aboul any suspicious activity near the Video Odyssey. The man is described as be­ ing in his late 40s or early 50s, about 5-7 tall and weighing about 165 pounds. He was wearing a beige tobaggon and beige jacket, Stephens said. Anyone with infonnation can call the sheriff s department at 634-6238 or Crimesioppers at 634-1 111. Crimesioppers offers a cash reward for information leading to an arrest. I l e s i d e n t s F e a r * U n p l a n n e d U r b a n C o n g e s t i o n ’ Kathy D. Chaffin County Enterprise-Record flUDA^ V ILLA G E - Jack Treiber 1 fellow residents of Bermuda Village pfwjl^iumed urban sprawl and congestion” him tq leave a green, rural area of -■"¡.«»(1, N .Y . ^--------------- The same thing happened when he moved to Hilton Head, S.C . Today, Treiber said he fears it w ill happen in Davie Counly. Kent Mathewson, a fellow resident of the Hillsdale retirement community, referred to Treiber's concern when he introduced Davie Counly Commissioner-Bert B , Bahnson at the Bermuda Run M en’s Breakfa.st last week. “ Ladies and gentlemen, Bert Bahnson is the man who can make it possible for Jack and the rest of us to stop running,” Mathewson said. “ Let’s all of us help Bert in every way we cap.” Bahnson, one o f Ihrce new members elected lo Ihe all-RepubUcan Davie County Board of Commissioners last November, said the same fear led him to run for public officc. As a real esiate developer for Housing Urban Developmenl (HUD) projects in the easierii part of the slate from 1974 to 1981, Bahnson said he had a chancc to iravel ihrough much o f North Carolina. Driving from Rocky Mount to Please See Mosl Davie — P. 8 ii ‘ - Л ■-.л ' .'W i E d i t o r i a l P a g e W h e n D i d S e n a t e B e c o m e A B o d y O f S a i n t s ? 2—DAVIE COUNTY KNTERI’RISK KECOKO. THURSDAY, Miircli 2, 1989 f ' Now that its m em bers icfuscd a pay raise, tiic U.S. Senate has suddenly eioaised ilseit' in scil’-righteousness. That’s why John T ow er's nomination as defense secretary is in trouble. Tow er enjoys a drink and the com ­ pany of wom en. Dem ocratic m em bers of the U .S. Senate say those in­ clinations — along with handsom e paychecks from defense contractors — disqualify Tow er. Tow er served with distinction in the Senate. He was a m em ber before the . Senate discovered religion, tem perance and chastity. Its j: m em bers have not yet given up junkets and speaking fee •'.allowances. N or have they purged Sen. Ted Kennedy from :• their ranks. •: Sen. Sam Nunn of G eorgia — nol previously rccognized ;;a s a saint — seem s to think the secretary of defense should always be sober enough to operate a battleship or a tank. ■: The revelations of T ow er’s peccadillos come from several sources. An angry ex-wife. Liberals. And ;: Dem ocrats eager to slap a brand on President G eorge :;B ush. j; Have the spirits of C arrie Nation and Cotton M ather in- :• vaded the Senate? Sen. Nurin and the other Dem ocrats J; might not have been so smug if they had received their pay raise. D efense contractors gave their m oney willingly :< to Tow er. Congress was ready to blindside the taxpayers. ★ ★ ★ ; •; Long live Jesse Helms. In a city that feeds on crazy ' ideas, Sen. Helm s has been a steadfast w arrior for com- C;mon sense. : Helm s hasn’t been seduced by M ikhail Gorbachev o f the :• Soviet Union. •; Gorbachev has appealed to the W est for help in building :;th e Soviet econom y. U .S. bankers and m em bers o f the •; State D epartm eni have suggested that the United States should change laws to allow lending to the com m unist governm ent. - They says M oscow is a good credit risk. . . “ T he Soviets intend to solve their econom ic problem s •-w ith tax m oney of the Am erican people,” H elm s said last I;; week in a speech. Already the Soviets owe $45 billion to W estern nations. :] A 1934 law prevents the federal governm ent from •; guaranteeing loans to nations that are in default on existing :• loans, including the Soviet U nion.’ H elm s said the Soviet Union w ants the governm ent- guaranteed loans because it has no intention o f paying them back. Instead, M oscow will leave the A m erican tax- :■ payers to pay the banks. V: “ Perestroika and glasnost, oh how the liberals love those •U w o w ords,” said H elm s. “ But now we know ... what the :• two w ords really m ean. They m ean that the Soviets are •; cleaning our clocks again.” H e said this of G orbachev: “ T he man with the smiling •; face coining tow ard us with hand outstretched is not com- ing to shake our hands. H e’s com ing to shake us dow n.” W hy would we w ant to finance com m unism? :■ — Dwight Sparks D A V I E C O U N T Y E N T E R P m /I^E C O R D USPS 149-160 124 South M ain Street M ocksville, NC 27028 704/634-2120 Published every Thursday by the DAVIE CO U N TY PUBLISHING CO. Dwight Sparks ....................... Editor-Publisher Robin Fergusson .................General Manager Mike Barnhardt..................... Managing Editor Kathy Chaffin ............................... News Editor Ronnie Gallagher ........................ Sports Editor Becky S nyder........... Advertising Director MocksviUe Davie Cooleemee Enterprise Record Journal 1916-1958 1899-1958 1901-1971 Sccond Class Postage Paid In Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy, SO ccnts $18.00 per year in North Carolina ’ $22.50 per year outside North Carolina ' • POSTMASTER Send address changes to Davie Counly Enlerprise-Record ___________525, Mocksville, NC 27028 —-------...................... ’ : ■* - - ■ . Jack Adams Cooleemee “ Yes, I do. Fo r one thing, I think it would heip the economy and help everybody concerned if it’s raised.” Roberta Boi^ardi Route 9, M ocksville “ I gue.ss it should be rais­ ed. There are a lot of people thal are depending on that m oney.” M ark Smyers Route 3, M ocksville “ 1 don’t know. W ell yes, probably so .” Gene H all Route 8, M ocksville “ I think so. Everything is getting higher, and it takes more money to liv e .” Sidewalk Survey: D o Y o u T h i n k T h e M i n i m u m W a g e S h o u l d B e H i g h e r T h a n $ 3 . 3 5 P e r H o u r ? Je ff Adams Cooleemee “ Yes, I do. I ’m going to get a job this summer and if I ’m making minimum wage, I think I ought to get at least $4.50 an hour. You can’t buy much on minimum wage with bills and everything.” Paul Bonardi Route 9, M ocksville “ I doubt it. I think it might put a lot of young peo­ ple out o f w o rk.” Roy Speer Route 8, M ocksville “ Yes, it should be raised. People a re n ’ t m aking enough.” Angie Allen •; Route 1, Mocksville “ Yes, because I think the work that people do is w oilh more than $3.35 an houri” Letters L e t t e r S m a c k s O f T o t a l i t a r i a n i s m To the editor: 1 am in possession of a letter submitted to the N .C. Depart­ ment of Environmental M anagement by W illiam Burnette which disturbs me on several accounts. As the letter is a public record and sure to have circulation, I feel it necessary to comment on the substance of it; it refers to the Hidden Creek Sewer Plant hear­ ing that was held at North Davie Junior High on Jan. 5. Mr. Burnette characterizes him self as a “ builder and developer,” both titles in former times being references to the sort of pioneering spirit that carved communides out of wilderness. Bul now w e’re often faced with a terrible price for this “ develop­ ing” of our natural resources simply because the skills o f our builders are slill rooted in a form er time when the environment was thought o f as infinitely self-healing: now the results of “ developing” are often best described as unnatural. As one who, through the years, blindly accepted the benefits of “ progress,” wilhout thought of what it meant to the future, I now find m yself characterized in Ihis public letter as a member of an “ ill-intentioned m ob,” dedicated to stopping “ any growth in this area whether the growth is good or bad.” Nothing could be further from the truth. Our group calls for “ planned grow th,” which unfortunately has failed lo become the norm in Davie Counly planning; plann­ ed growth demands that a builder conform to the various laws and ordinances designed to protect community standards from in­ dividuals whose driving ambition is personal gain, unchecked by any concern for the community they build in. In any community, planned growth says that Ihe people living around Ihese “ developm ents” are not “ fair gam e,” and should not be saddled with the problem s resulting from people who are allowed by.wegk-wiilcd, careless or conniving public officials to 'V do as they will, regardless ofthe ultimate cost to the community. It is regretable that M r. Burnette did nol have the couragepf his convictions, to stand as we stood and publicly express his feel­ ings on this community matter; il’s possible thal someone in the gathering would have reminded him of the lime-tested notion that it is sometimes necessary lo restrict some of the grosser aspects of individual “ freedom ,” for the .sake of the public good; bul 1 suspect M r. Burncue was already aware of this, hence the backdoor approach. The idea lhal “ no one is going to tell me whal I can and can’l do wilh my land” is jusl a bil naive; if you at­ tempt lo open a bar in a “ dry counly, raise marijuana as a crop, operate a lead-ballery reprocessing facility; or for that m ailer at­ tempt 10 put a big sewagc-trealmenl plant thal statistically will be poorly maintained, under the noses of your neighbors, it’s bound lo lead to one sort o f opposition or another; someone will definitely question whal you do on and with your property. O f course it’s your land, but what you do wilh it affect.s your neighbors in ways requiring the attachment of both moral and legal conditions. There’s nothing really threatening or even extraordinary in this sort of group action; it’s a simple matter of community-minded people, living in a Democracy, attempting lo preserve comm uni­ ly values in a very reasonable way. Finally, M r. Burnette’s sug­ gestion Ihat the stale give our counly “ an lillim alum ^o handle their problem s” as M r. Burnette wishes or have a “ power state agency ... assume this role,’’.smacks of a bil more totalitarianism than w e’re used to hearing in this part of the coiuUry. 1 hope this is not the same W illiam Burnette who ran for the office of counly comm issioner a while back. i Jeffries R. Ayers Roule 7, Mocksville '" r s K v 'iJ ■ • ■■ i :■, -r-i J i' I Г Я Д | iriXfiil. « «|ч«Е,пГ1Ч аь KK.l,UKL>, ÎMLIKÜUAÏ, iVlarcn 2, 1УЯ9—J W inter Vacations A Good Idea ... But, Beware -- All of this snow jincl cold got you down? Try iiiy solution. Tiike a wiiiier vjicaiioii. But be careful. Even the best plans can backfire. . I always try for warm, c.xotic places like -Pell City, Alabama and Garden Cily. S.C, ■Two mistakes. ■ - A year ago, I wenl to Pell Cily. Ala. lor a few days o f rela.xation al my Uncle Red's house. He lives on a big lake. I planned lo spend my days fishing for crappie at hi.s neighbor’s fioating dock, occasionally going up to the hou.se for a snack. Nights were ; ;for drinking beer and playing poker and ^.bumper pool. • : ■ I knew things were going bad when wc ; -got to Atlanta and it was snowing. Wc : ¡stopped at my grandm other's grave in >Klumford, Ala. and it began sleeting. It ended up being the worst ice storm in Alabama's history. A tree fell on our car. Electricity went off. They closed Inter.state-20 — v/hich is v.'hat 1-40 is to Davic Coun- Mike Barnhardt ty. Put up barricade.s iind wouldn't let anyone on the highway, j They finally removed the barricades on a Saturday and wc headed for Atlanta' and a professional Hawks basketball game. 1 quickly realized why they had dosed the interstate. The icc had melted and re-froze, melted and re-froze, ctc. Wc personally witnessed 25 wrecks. But wc made il to Atlanta. looking forward to a restful afternoon in the luxurious Omni International hotel. Our rooms w eren't ready, so we took the overpriced atid overrated tour of CNN. I wonder if someone would pay $3 to watch us here at the Emerprise-Rccord type on com puter terminals. Three hours later, wc were allowed inlo our rooms, which were also overpriced. Aboul an hour laler, the fire alarm went off. They evacuated the hotel.: W hen they .started letting people back inside, it was time lo go lo the Hawks game. The trip home on 1-85 the next day was another ex­ perience. They hadn'l gotten all of the ice off the interstate at Greenville, S.C , which made traveling more exciting. This year, 1 again fell prey to the lure of a winter vaca­ lion — this time 1 opted for-.sun and golf and beer and poker just .south of M yrtle Beach, S.C ., in Garden City. No golf. No .sun. Wc left Thursday afternoon during a snowstorm, thinking all the way that we’re heading cast and .south — the weather miJst get better. W e got to Lexington, and it was worse. A little past Lexington, and the roads were clear. Then came Ihc Uwharrie Mountains and there was a bliz­ zard. The roads were covercd. Further down the road at M t. Gilead, it was clear again. W adesboro came and the blizzard, a blinding blizzard began again. It didn’t stop, all . the way east and south through S&uth Carolina. Three miles from M yrtle Beach, (he snow stopped. The moon was shining. Stars were out. I woke up the next morning and went for a jog. I heard they rejuvenated the beaches by adding sand, and I was glad to sec they used white sand, just like on one o f those far-away island beaches. But it was cold. And wet. It w asn't sand, it was snow. And it was cold. Someone touch­ ed my ear when I finished and it broke into. But at least I was a part of history. It was the fir.st time in 14 years that snow blanketed South Carolina's Grand Strand. T h r e e C h e e r s F o r H i d d e n C r e e k D e l a y To the editor: Three cheers for the Davie County commissioners for delay­ ing a vote on Hidden Creek until it can be determined how much water is available to serve the system. W hile most local residents are concerned with what will flow into the creek, some of us wonder where the water will come from to go into the plant. At a recent planning meeting, Bruce Pratt said there is enough water for 12 m ore residential hook-ups in an area near Hidden Creek. I do not believe there is enough water pressure for even one more hook-up at this end o f Davie County. . For years, my neighbors and I have complained to the Davie ■ County W ater System and John Barber about the lack of pressure ; in our area. If the neighbor on the right of my house takes a : shower, my w ater pressure (poor to begin with) drops 50-75 per- ;; -cent. If I take a shower or run a load of laundry, the neighbor - pn my left cannot even get a glass of water to drink. W e have ¡C.-adjusted the schedules to allow enough water pressure for showers ;^;in the morning or evening. My next-door neighbor and I never ^4o laundry at the same time. Sometimes, all that comes out of ■ : the pipes is air. W e have been (old by the Davic County W ater System that “ no : > 9ne noticed lhat the (Smith Grove) tank was empty, so we didn’t tun> on the pum ps,” “ lightening hit three days ago, therefore you > '^ o n ’t have water for a w hile,” and “ if you want water, tell your l^rneighbors to quit washing their cars.” W e are nol a group of car washers. My next-door neighbors recycle Iheir laundry waste to water ihcir shrubs, and no one around here waters iheir lawn, bccausc there is nol enough pressure lo run a sprinkler. I invite Bruce Pratt, the planners, and the commissioners lo come to Fox Meadow (just three miles norlh of Hidden Creek) to see for themselves how poor our water pressure is before they recom­ mend or approve any m ore water hook-ups, residential or commercial. Alice M . Long Route 1, Advance Response To Fire Quick To the editor; W e would like to commend all the Farmington and Courtney Fire Department personnel for their quick respon.se in our lime of need on Feb. 25. If Ihcy had not Ik’cm s u Iasi, wc woliltl have lost possibly everything. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. Bill and Kathy Allen Route 5, M ocksville Ш Of MocksvUle, N.C. ^pK'æ the reason. Store Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9:30-5:30 BALr Sale Starts March 4th 30% Off TAKE FIVE' JK A rS HO W MANY ВЙА STYLES W E'VE REDUCED^ Ь ч у UkV"! Uit’ a iui.1 ivw lluts AVWKUM /'»»•' o<>oor »влп»в Dà** t»a it 304 «иорв* He«. h*o o< tf» ûesi-soaof# from eoaec¡anA.Sc* InOJgence» ЧУОоплв bn ornyion/s()anae*/po/ivtter*i Mi^aabeiçe 3J-56a5J-39Cwo \150.ила^060.п>9 m5af2:ffta»yea***offcupbfiof P)iofVspenda.ni*fi.hfort»o^.36-3ea3J-4tJCfeg t7iO, 165Л Ì2M G igantiç щк H н щ 18 Hour S A L E Of Mocksville, N.C. Ь2124 Sale Starts Friday Ends Saturday Store H(}urs: Mon.- Sat. 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. VOUR CREOrr CARO MAKES rr EA8VI Anwrtcw EipraM Cvtl. V »A ^ Junior And Misses ^ Spring Dresses Pretty Prints New Styles Reg. »5000 SALE One Table Of M isses Panties 79»Ea. One Table Of Fam ous Fragrances Brands 'iTou'll Recognize Af Prices You Will Nof Believe, All At " ^ S y ^ T t o T e " " * " Pullover Sw eaters \ L Off / w P 'lc* Solids, Prints Crew Necks New Spring Coordinate Group By Cricket Lane Navy, White, Pink Jackets, Skirts, Pants 6 0 % 2 S %Off Player’s Club Fleece Separates Junior & Misses Reg. Igs»SALE $099 Entire stock Of Converse Shoes Athletic And Tennis 2 Day* Only */2 P rice Leatlier Aigner Dress Pumps Black, Concrete, Navy Off Raguiar Pricaa Two Day« Onlyl One Group Ladles Cord W oven Belts For Spring Girls 4 to 6X Fleece Jackets By Bonjour Reg. »14“o oy oun/our »10*® 2 5 %Off Ragular Prieaa Fortrel Bed Pillows Standard, Queen Reg. *5»9 SALE $ 2 ^ 9 Special Buy Short Sleeve Sweaters By stepping Stones 4 Styles, Many Colors Reg. »50““ ONLY ♦12»»Ea. S p r i n g G r o u p O f . C t p r l t F o r J u n i o r s Entire stock Of Tacoa Jewelry 2 Full Racks Earrings, Pins, Necklaces Newest Styles Pfaltzgroff 5 Pc. Place Setting Of Windhanli - 2 5 % Toddler Gowns And Pajam as By Nursery Rhymes 2 5 % o., Ragular Prica* Toddler Fleece Lined Jackets By Nursery Rhyme Spring Color Reg. Prices Andhurst Silk Ties Special Group 5 0 % .HrP... Andhurst Solid Color Knit Shirts One Chest Pocket Reg. »12““ SALE $999 Dress Slacks By Farah Plain & Pleated Fronts Reg. »28““ SALE $1999 2 5 %Off Andhurst Plaid Sport Coats Reg. »100““ Young Men’s Fashion Jeans By Levi $7499 Off Large Group Of K i t c h e n T o o ls Rea. 99* To »11«»2 5 % Spring Dresses Toddler Girl 4 To 14 Ali At O f f 6 0 %O f f î-»'«2 5 %O f f Ragular Mca Tw* Dajrt ONlyl Q u i t t a r d P a r t y M i n t s l 6 0z.Bag 8, I f 9 0 Reg.»2*» ^ Young Men's Striped Oxford Cloth Shirts By Red Camel Reg. *24““ $179 9 Large Group M en’s Sport Shirts Plaids Reg. »16““ To »22““ SALE PRICE 2 5 % Regular Retail Men’s Thermal Tops And Bottom s Natural Color Small, Med., Large, Ex. Large Regular »4!»“ $ 2 9 9 Ea. $g80 Flannel Shirts Regular »16““ SALE PRICE $g80 4-I)A V IE CDUN I V k m KKI'KISK UKCOKI). TJIURSIMY. Miircli 2. 198!) Senator Proud Of Plan To Ôverhaul State Parks ^ If/ ' ti .''r -I By Sen. Be(sy Cochninc The Norlh Carolina Parks Com m ission, on which I have served for four ' years. has presented its legislative pro­ posals in the Senate and House. As a member of the commission. I am a co­ sponsor of all 13 bills. 1 am par­ ticularly proud of the Park Im­ provement Plan bill (SB 229). Thi.^ is a comprehensive eight year plan of maintenance and renovation throughout the entire park’s .system. Tourism is the third most profitable industry in North Carolina, and our parks and recrea­ tional areas are a part of that pro­ fitable industry. The better their condition, Ihe more profitably they can be used. To further improve Ihe public's enjoyment of our parks, we are proposing a Park Ranger Training Cenler (Sli 227), funds for life guards al ijualifying parks (SB 228). funds for maintenance staff (SU 2.10), funds for Falls and Jor­ don Lakes (SB 2.12) and additional park staff (SB 236). There are re­ quests also for fiiiiils for an Adopl- A-Trail Program (SB 234) and the Slale Trials Program. Many of our park boundaries are nol marked or even known for cer- lain. SB 2.37 rei|uesls a parks land survey leam U) re.solve this pro­ blem. Our parks are nol being presented well to home folks or oul-of-state tourists, so we are re­ questing in SB 233 thal park brochures be developed and distributed to show-casc our natural treasures. Two policy changes arc being proposed. Wc are asking Ihat the Department of Transportation be re.sponsible for roads within the parks rather than the park conlrac- ling the work. DOT is better equip­ ped lo do this, but Ihcy may nol want any more expensec in a time Ihey arc already struggling for dollars. We arc requesting also thal the Parks System be authorized lo keep the feci; the parks colled rather than pulling those fees in lhc General Fund (SB 239). This is preccdenl-selling, so its chancc of passing is slim. Because Iherc is a shortfall of funds this year, many of our pro­ posals will nol gel the requested ap­ propriations. Wc arc hopeful wc can get a little funding for the sake of our natural resources and our people's enjoyment of Ihem. Our parks have been neglected for far loo long. Legislation has been introduced to provide a “ gracc period” before Ihc necessity of paying the $100 penally for failure to properly list automobiles for taxation. SB 175 would provide a 30-day gracc period after a tax assessor mails a notice of ji motor vchicic. Counly Commissioners would have Ihc authority to compromise the claim arising from the $100 penalty. The Señale has pa.sscd legislation that puts into the .statutes the intent that fetal remains must be buried, cremated or incinerated. The Senators do not want any fetus dumped in the garbage, as was done in Chicago. SB 111 is part of a package of bills developed to help the state deal with the growing problem of trash dispo.sal which is overwhelm­ ing our landfills. This bill makes it slate policy to use alternatives to landfill disposal. The priorities in­ clude volume reduction where the waste is produced; recycling and reuse; composting; burning for energy production; burning to rcduce the amount; and landfilling only as a last resort. The bill sets a statewide goal of recycling 25 percent of our trash by 1993, Il re­ quires the stale to give priority in purchasing lo goods thal use recycled materials. SB 116 requires thal 10 percent of the slate’s pur­ chases of paper be of recycled stock by 1991. Decreasing availability of land and increasing land prices are making landfills as wc know them so expensive thal alternatives must be iried. SB 205 proposes to repeal the lax on inlangiblc personal property and reinibur.se Ihe countics and cilics for their revenue loss. Since we pay tax on our earnings, it is dou­ ble taxation lo pay a lax on what wc .save, our intangibles. I certain­ ly support this repeal, but our revenue shortfall may conipcl .some to oppose Ihis measure. There is a proposal to increase , the income tax credit for e x p e n s e s . fc l incurred in connection with the . care of children and other i dependents. Currently, the lax, .. credit is seven pcrccnt for children. . and dependents. SB 208 increases ■ . the credit to 10 percent, SB 211 would allow an int:omq ’ lax credit to a household when one, spouse provides full-time carc for '. a parent who would otherwise be in a nursing home. A tax amnesty program has been proposed in SB 210. The amnesty period would run through Dcc. 17. The Department of Revenue could _, not initiate criminal pro.secutions '" t for failure lo report or pay taxes when Ihe taxes, plus interest, are‘> paid in full. Olhcr slates have col- ’ Iccted large sums during similan •;. amnesty periods. • ^ Your commenis on this and all issues are appreciated. Only F o u r B i l l s M a k e I t T h r o u g h N . C . H o u s e C o m m i t t e e s By Rep. Julia C. Howard For six wcek.s bills have been in­ troduced with only four bills having gone through the committee pro­ cess and voted on the House Floor. That should give you a general idea lhal yotl do have some time between the introduction of the bill and when it js actually voted on and that is thç time for input. I^ot all bills will take six weeks and there will be some that take much longer. Also, when making contact with yoUr legislators, keep in mind that every bill has some people who agrro with it and some people who di^gree with it. It is the respon­ sibility of the elected official to consider all input and make a deci- sidn that is best for North Carolina. HB-181 would require insurance companies to inform you if anyone files a claim against your liability pdicy. This bill would also pro- hito the company from settling a claim for 30 days without your ap­ proval, The good side is you would be;more involved in your liability insurance. The bad side is this cojild slow down the claims process. Under current law, for the firsl excessive speeding conviction a person can receive a limited driv­ ing privilege, HB-182 would per­ mit a person to receive limited driving privilege on any case of ex­ cessive speeding or mandatory suspension of a driver's license, HB-I84 would ^ the date of the Federal Estate Tax Adjustment as the beginning date for additional inheritance taxes. HB-185 would permit the Register of Deeds to charge $2 for each cancellation of a Deed of Trust or Mortgage. HB-I88 would require all poll­ ing places to stay open until 8:30 if as many as five coumy boards of:election requested it. HB-189 would provide that the governor and lieutenant governor ruii on a joint ticket. This would be a constitutional amendment and the;govemor and lieutenant gover­ nor would be elected by a single vote for both offices. HB-190 is a response lo Ten­ nessee for their action against Champion Paper Company and would prohibit the sale of spirituous liquor made in Tennessee. HB-19I would require any per­ son who knows he has AIDS lo in­ form any person with whom they have a sexual relationship and ' woiild make the AIDS palicnt liable lo ^ i r partner if not informed. HB-193 would permit slale emiik^ees (0 purchase military ser­ vice credits. This would be based ÇA; acnirarial calculations and ;hquM not be à cost to the state, ' LHt Ki^itn a tew was ^ 4^ Л ^ ^ С йм сге^ creating jobs c^ that 'ïolivtqui leconomic implica- would remove ihe iQ for the imut have at uncmploycmnt rate to be designated as severely distressed. This would permit the 20 counlics with the highest distress factor to be eligible for the tax credit, even if the unemployment rate were four pcrccnt. The second part of this bill would eliminate the restrictions or limitations on the lype of business to be engaged in for credit. The General Assembly has, on several occasions, provided addi­ tional information to an adoptee in helping them determine iheir biological parents. HB-199 opens up providing information lo the parents. HB-200 would be a ccntral registry on a voluntary basis for adoptees and their biological relatives. ; HB-201 would require the Department of Human Resources to establish and maintain the capability to provide necessary data for long-tenj) care facilities. HB-204 would put tlie General Assembly under the open meetings law and would make some changes about what could be discussed in executive session plus it would add a requirement that public bodies keep accurate comprehensive writ­ ten minutes of all official meetings to include executive sessions. The public bodies would still be permit- ted,to keep the minutes under seal if disclosure could adversely im­ pact on the purpose of the ex­ ecutive session. HB-205 would provide for the General Assembly to meet in special session on April 13 in Fayetteville. This is the anniver­ sary date of the 200th anniversary of the ratification by North Carolina ofthe U.S. Constitution, This should be an outstanding day for North Carolina. We have 200 years of history to be proud of. HB-206 would lay oul guidelines to call for a State Constitutional Convention to discuss Ihe issue of structural reform lo determine the balance of powers between the ex­ eculive, judicial and executive branches of government. It spells out the issue which would be con­ sidered at the Constitutional Con­ vention such as, gubernatorial veto, governor and lieutenant governor on the same ticket, length of legislative terms, size of the General Assembly, terms of the governor, speaker, and other members of the council of slate, election, appointments and filling vacancies in the elective positions and merit selection of judges and justices. This sounds good and it would be nice to have one big meeting where ihese issues were hammered out. This bill docs give three months for deliberations to take place. However, there is considerable interest across this State in having a Federal Constitution Convention because no one really knows who would bd in charge at a Constitu­ tional Convention. Those present are Ihe ones in charge who .set the agenda and if their agenda is to ch^ge the Constitution, how can yoM limit a constimtional change by General Statute? There will be con­ siderable debate before this bill mpj/es forward. HB-208 would provide for a $4,000 per year income tax exclu- péfceníi ' siort for letiiemen! pa/>eceived by an elderly taxpayer from a private retirement plan. Wc have talked about ways to help our aging population and this could be one of the best ways we can dircctly af­ fect spendable income to benefit our senior citizens. HB-209 is a bill dealing with consumer finance and if you are in consumer finance and have an in­ terest in this, please contact us. HB-210 is another bill which would bring the General Assembly under the Open Meeting Law. HB-211 would require that any person convicted of a sexual assaull be tested for vencral disease in­ cluding the AIDS virus and Ihc vic­ tim to be notified of the results within 30 days. HB-214 would permit anyone in a fire district which has the fire tax to petition for a division of Ihe two districts if the residence is more than five miles from nearest fire station. HB-215 would require pri.soners who have the ability to pay for reasonable costs for medical carc provided them during the lime of Iheir incarceration. HB-216 would establish new salary schedules for school teachers and administrators. Entry level for teachers would be at $20,5(Ю with two percent increase for each year of experience and a maximum of $37,476 for teachers with 29 years experience. This bill appropriates $129,938,000 for fiscal year 1989-90 and $225,094,(Ю0 in year 1990-91. Il would be a pay increase for most teachers and would help straighten out some of the patch work begun the 1980-81 school year which has not been corrected. HB-217 would strengthen penal­ ties for trafficking drugs and im­ prove the chances of convening an investigative grand jury to in­ vestigate drug trafficking. This bill would permit electronic surveil­ lance for investigation by law en­ forcement in some circumstances. It is time we started giving some authority to law enforcement of­ ficers and pul some faith and trust in them to go after the drug traffic to show that we mean business. HB-220 would create the Main Street Fund for 25 listed Main Street cities. Those cities would be eligible for maximum grants of S300,(X)0, The grants would be matched on a 5 to 1 investment basis with private money providing the 5. For public improvements the grants would be matched on a 1 to 1 basis. The law requires separate specifications and independent con­ tracts on heating, air-conditioning, plumbing, electrical and general work for public building construc­ tion cosls of more ihan $100,000, HB-223 would permit public of­ ficials, who desired, to lake one single prime contract or take separate contracts. The option would be up to the public group who control the contract. If single contracts are used, then the prime contractor must slill identify on his bid Ihe electrical plumbing and mechanical coniractors which were used in submitting the bid, Under cuirent law, peyments for restitution by a criminal go first lo pay Ihe court cosu and then to pro­ vide restituiion. HB-234 would reverse that and give priority to restitution in criminal cases and then court CO.SIS. HB-236 would clarify the magistrates have the power lo ac­ cept guilty pleas for hunting, fishing, boating, or alcohol of­ fenses which are infractions. HB-237 would give a 180-day extension lo a person exercising a power of sale in a deed of trust if they have written consent of the debtor. You can be proud of the educators in our district. They stayed in the classroom on Tues­ day and presented their case in let­ ters, telegrams and phone calls to our office. I had the opportunity to meet with Dr. Bill Sleed, members of his staff and a represenlative fronj NCAE on Friday morning while in Mocksville. The educators con­ cerns have been expressed and I feel a satisfactory solution will be reached in the near future. Thank you for all of the interest that is being shown to the weekly comments. Hope that you have a good week. s Ч '*1 ^^’■' t, '-’• WAvib cu u iv i V urviKKi'Kibb KbcUKD, iHUKM Mir, ^larcn ¿, im v—» . '■ D a v i e M a n G e t s Y e a r I n P r i s o n F o r t r a f f i c V i o l a t i o n s _ . > ...........I n firl/nrl h'lfl nrfitrimiv nrrthlomv luith Alnnn u/ilh tho nriiinn Inrm In n inrirlnnt la A Davic Counly man was scnlcnccd to 12 months in prison last week in Davic Disiriel Court. Charles David ‘‘Doodles” Jacobs was found guilty of driving while his liccnsc was reviikccl. failure to .stop for a blue light and siren, leaving the scene of an ac­ cident, reckless driving, speeding to elude arrest, driving lelt ol center, and resisting arrcsi. Officer Mike Brady of the Cooleemee Police Department, said he pursued Jacobs all through Pot Smoke Noticed By Police C iiief “ I think you convicted yourself," Judge William Ijames told a Davie County man last week in District Court. Robert Stephen Spillman was found guilty of possession of less than half an ounce of m:\rijuana and resisting arrest. Cooleemee Policc Chief Tony Hartle said he found Spillman in the residence of Denise Whitehead, who he was serving a warrant on. Hartle followed Whitehead into her house for her to get some shoes when he smelled marijuana. “ I smelled the burning odor of marijuana coming from the end of the hallway," said Hartle. “ And there was an appearance of smoke in tlie doorway. “ We found Mr. Spillman on the I couch and his eyes were red, his pupils were dialatcd and he ap­ peared to be under the influence,” I he said. Hartle said he found a burned I maryuana cigarettc in an ashtray in front of Spillman and four grams bf rnarijuana in his pocket. Spillman, testifying without a J liiwycr, said he did not delay or obstruct justice but did admit he I had marijuana. “ He (Hartle) sear- 1 ched me and he handcuCTed me and 1 pulled out some pot,” Spillman I said; Spillman was sentenced to 30 I days suspended for one year, and I ordered to pay a $100 fine and couFt costs. M an G u ilty D W I A; Davie County man was eon- victpd last week in Davic District Coiirt of DWI and driving while h islicen se was permanently revoked. Tiooper L.D.' Chappell of the N.C. Highway Patrol said Edward Le& Williams was driving on Remand Road when he drove his vehicle into the rear of a traclor trailer truck. Chappell said he found Williams and “ noticed a strong odor of alcohol.” Chappell said Williams was taken to Davie County Hospital and- later was administered a Breathalyzer test, resulting in a . 16 reading. Williams’ attorney, Henry Van Hoy, said his client had prior DWI convictions and knew he should not have driven the car. “A friend of Mr. Williams had come up from Atlanta, they went out for the night, the friend met a lady and left. He never came back. Mr.’. Williams drove, which he knew was wrong,” said Van Hoy. ‘•The 80s have been bad for him, but-he is attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings,” Van Hoy saiit. “ Mr. Williams is also get- ting;treatment for his drinking pro- bleip at Hope Valley Hospital. .; ‘>My concern is that Mr. I Wiljiams and other clients I have lik^ him get treatment for their undprlying problems,” said Van Hdjl. iitdge William Ijames sentenced : W&tiam lo spend 90 days in Davie Co^ty jail, two years suspended ;fpriwp y ^ > pay $2,000 fine and ■ ■ and attend alcohol and rffducwba traffic school for I offienden at the menial Coolccmcc until Jiicobs criisscd Judge Williiim G. Ijames asked has had previous problems with Along with the prison term. In a separate incident, Jacobs ' over a vacamliil. drove down a hill Jacobs why he ran from the policc. Jacobs. He has several similar ar- Ijames sentenced Jacobs lo make was chargcd withsecond degree . , and hil a ulilily pole. Hi adv said "I don't know," said Jacobs. “ 1 rests on his record, Brady .said., restitution lo Duke Power for the burglary and po.ssession of drug , ■ Jacobs lied rriini Ihc vcliicic Inil didn'l wani lo get any more tickets. “ Il seems like you make a habit damaged light pole. Jacobs appeal- paraphernalia. Those charges will , , turned himscirinlo policc the ncxi I jusl didn'l slop.” of ihis,” said Ijames before he cd the decision for a Superior be heard al a later districl court - , Brady said the policc department scnlcnced Jacobs. Court trial. se.ssion. ■' .ijjormng. I Ih M «omeoMs’e very lucky whai D in n e r B e ll V a c u u m P a c k H a lf O r W h o leSEMI-BONELESS HAMS Prices in tills ad good thru Sunday, March 5,1989. U.S. No. 1 - W h it e t»„ ШЖ ■■■■ YbIIOW Оп10П$. . . 3 Lb. B3Q . 9 ^POTATOES L b . B ag/ T ip T o p G ra d e A F re s h B A K I N G H E N S J U M B O 3 Oz. - Veg. Beef/Shrimp/Pork/ Chicken/Beef/MushroomRAMEN PRIDE NOODLESi E X T R A L O W P R I C E S . . . E V E R Y D A Y ! ! ! 32 Ounce DEL MONTE CATSUF 32 Oz. - Food Lion R EA L M A Y O N N A IS E 99 250 Ct. - Facial Tissue 48 Ounce W ES SO N CO R N 28 Oz. Frozen - Fried Banquet C H IC K EN 7.5 Oz. - Butter/Buttermilk/ Tender Layer PILLSBURY BISCUITS 1 Lb. - Quarters Food Lion M A R G A R IN E 6 Ct. Plaln/10 Oz. Raisin, Blueberry/ 12 Oz. Onion, Egg LENDER’S BAGELS 89« K LEEN EX 64 Oz. - 45* Off Fabric Softener SN U G G LE $189 Automatic Oish Ш f f i r i i i MtffiNt.. uoi. 2.79 6 Oz. Assorted Flavors Cat Food W H IS K A S 4/$109 T h fif IS .1 Fuuil liu ii ijDMvtMiiLMitly lo ca te d (tear you: S q u ire B oone PU iza S h o p p in g C e n te r Hwy 6 0 1 N ortti — Y ad k in v ille Rd. IV o ck sv ille. N.C. Bermda Quay Stiopping Center Hlgtiway 158 and 801 Advance, N.C. r u u u L I U N “v _________________________________У M o n d a y th ru Saturday: в a.m. - 10 p m Sunday 9 a n> 9 \) m б-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPKISK HIÎCORI), TIIUUSDAV, March 2, 1989 P u b l i c R e c o r d s 1 •II' ¡■Ï Mocksville Police A break-in and an attempted break-in were reported Tuesday morning by two Mocksvillc businesses. Personal items with a total estimated value of $178 was reported taken from the Mocksville-Davie Chamber of Conimcrce/Donald Bowles CPA office off Salisbury Street. An attempted break-in was reported at Sweet Lover's Haven. , Depol Sireet. Traffic Accidents • A hit-and-run accident occur­ red at 5:23 p.m. Feb. 23 on U.S. 64 at Mill Street. Land Transfers Dewey Bryse Mann, V). of Lex­ ingion, was driving a tractor-traiier east on U.S. 64 when il was siruck by a vehicle which left the scene, reported M ocksville police patrolman. Т.Н. Blackwelder. The tractor-lrailcr struck a dilch and tree, and received an estimated Sl.OOO damage. • A sign which ohslructed a drivcr’.s vision apparently caused an accidcnt at 4;20 p.m. Feb. 27 on Yadkinville Road. According to a report by Patrolman K.L. Hunter, Wayne Elphonza Stroud, 53, of Route 8, Mocksville, was driving his car north on Yadkinville Road when it was sifuck by a car driven by Wilma Tcffelcller Cooper, 50, of Route 1, Mocksville. Cooper told Hunter her vision was temporari­ ly obstructed by a sign. No charges were filed. Damage to the 1980 Ford driven by Stroud was estimated at $500, to the 1983 Ford driven by Cooper, S3,500. • Two vehicles collided at 7:54 a.m. Feb. 22 on Valley Drivc near Tot Street. Patrolman Roderick J. Lapham reported that Paul Edgar Blake, 57, of 1222 Country Lane, Mock.sville. was attempting a left turn onto the din portion of Ridgeview Drivc and failed to see and turned into the path of a pickup truck driven by Palma Sue Howard, 44, of Route 9, Mocksvillc. No charges were filed. Damage to the 1987 Subaru driven by Blake was estimated al $5,000; to the 1973 Datsun driven by Howard, $1,800. • A Winston-Salem man was charged with making an unsafe traffic movement after a three- vehicle wreck Feb. 23 at 6:04 p.m. at U.S. 601 and Mumford Drive. Thurman Edwin Wiles, 57, lold Patrolman TiH. Blackwelder the driver in an unknow vehicle mo- lioned for him lo drive his car from a gas station parking are;i onto U.S. 601, and when he did, il was siruck by a truck being by Michael Craig Rcece, 27, of Walnut Cove. Wiles’ car then turned around in the road and siruck a car driven by Calhy Snyder Hampton, 37, of Cooleemee, Blackwclder’.s rcporl said. Damage to the Wiles car, a 1987 Nissan, was estimated at $3,000; Ihi’ Hampton vchicle, a 1984 Mer­ cury, $700. The Rcc.se 1987 Ford truck was not damaged. • A Davie Counly EMS am- biilancc wa.s struck by a car which slid through an intersection on icc at Valley Drive and U.S, 64 Feb. 23 at 6:04 p.m. According lo a rcporl. by Patrolman Hunter, Herbert W«;|ey Tatum Jr., 19, of R oute,8, Mocksvillc, applied the brakes to his car on Valley Drive al U.S.'64, slid on icc through the intersectipn, .striking the ambulance, driven by Edward Kit Hurl, 30, of Route Mocksville. ; ; No serious injurlft wefe reported. ■ ; No charges were filed. ; ; Damage to ihe 1983.Chevrolbi amublancc was estimated }il S I,500; and to the 1989 Nis.s3n driven by Tatum, $2,000. ' J — The following land transfers : have beet) filed with the Davic : Counly Register of Deeds. : — The transactions arc listed by ; parties involved, acreage, township ; and deed stamps purchased, wilh : $1 representing $1,000. — John Douglas Mastin and : Linda Sue G. Mastin to Harold ■ Donald Blalock Jr. and Sheila Lea Blalock, 2 tracts, Calahaln, — Arvil Spencer Stanley, Ramona Frye Allen and Norman Russell Allen to Carl W. Guitón and Karen M. Guitón, 1 tract, Fulton, $16. — Gilmer Allen Crawford and Amelia G. Crawford lo Gilmer Allen Crawford and Amelia G. Crawford, 1 lot, Farmington. — Louise Rodv/cll Meroney lo Louise Meroney Wallers, Ralph R. Wallers, and Thomas F. Meroney Jr., 1 tract, Mock.sville. — James Wesley Wooten and Jessie S. Wooten to James Wesley Wooten and Jessie S. Wooten, 1 tract, Mocksville. — Clyde Hendricks, Helen Hen­ dricks by her attorney-in-facl Clyde Hendricks and Raymond J. Markland, Ruth S. Markland by her alorney-in-fact Raymond J. Markland lo Gi.sela E. Faak, 1 lot, Mocksville, $8.50. — Lifestyle Homes and Really Inc. lo Robert R. Jones and Janet D. Jones, 1 lot, Mocksville, S118..50. — Rodman E. Mills and Joyce A. Mills lo Laurence J. Lei.’ere and Mary Y. Legerc. 1 lot. Farm­ ington, .$255. — Brady L. Angeli, by his atloniey-in-facl Richard L. Angell, to Richard William Owen and Rebecca Lea Owen. 1 tract. Mocksvillc, S23. — Donald Ray Akers and Theresa B. Akers lo Donald Ray Akers, 2 tracts, Clark-sville. — George Martin, trustee, and Cenlral Carolina Bank and Trust Company lo E. Gray Hendricks and Robert L. Hendricks, 1 lot, Mocksville. — Burton A. Hedrick and Ber- lyc M. Hedrick to Larry Wayne Hedrick, I tract, Clarksville, ¿2. — Gary L. Stout and Diana G. Stout to Victor W. Williams ahd Lelia S. Williams, 2 lots, Calahaln, $15. ' ■ ■ Potts Real Estate lo Barry D. Allen and Billie G. Bledsoe, 1 lot. Shady Grove, $9. • i — Phoebe C. Boger Moore, by her altomey-in-fact Scott D. Moore to W .D . Booie, 1 tract, Mocksville. • Sheriff's Department The following incidents were reported to the Davie Counly Sheriffs Department. — James A. Savage of 611 Spyglass Hill, Bermuda Run, repotted Feb. 26 the larceny of $200 cash and an estimated $4,080 w orth of jew elry from his rcsidcncc. — Kitty B. Neely of Route I, Mocksville, reported Feb. 23 the Highway Patrol breaking and entering of a residence off U.S, 64 near Powell Road. — Samuel Blake Carlton Jr. of Route 2, Advance, reported Feb. 24 someone apparently put rat poison in food at a mobile home off Boger Road. — Benny Michael Howard of Route 4, Advancc, reported Feb. 22 the larceny of a wallet contain­ ing an estimated $150 cash from a locker al Davie High School. — Patricia M. Dulin of 120 Winwood Circle, Mocksville, reported Feb. 22 the breaking, enlering and larceny of ilems from a mobile home off Hillcrest Street. — 11 was reported Feb. 22 that James Mayhew, 70, of Route 4, Advance, accidentally shot himself in the left hand in a yard off Baltimore Road. — Larry Wayne Beam of Roule 3, Mocksvillc, reported Feb. 21 a prowler damaged the Marlyn Georgette Miller residence off Cedar Grove Church Road. — Roger Dennis Chattin of Cooleemee reported Feb. 18 dogs injured livestocl: off Wall Street. — Willous Alpha Renegar of Route 6, Mocksville, reported Feb. 20 a vchiclc was backed into and damaged a fuel lank at a residence off Liberty Church Road, — Deputy R.E, Boger reported Feb. 22 a four-wheel recreational vehicle belonging to Todd Sherill of Route 2, Mocksville, had been stolen from a shod off Pinebrook Drive. — Richard L. Zachary of Yadkinville reported Feb. 18 an advertising sign at U.S. 601 and Ijames Church was struck wilh a veliiclc. — Shannon Dale Hall of Route 4, Advance, reported Feb. 20 tlie window of a vehicle parked at the | Jockey parking lot was brokem — Cheryle D. Wolford of A]J- I vance reported Feb. 26 the brew ­ ing, entering and larceny of an estimated $1,370 worth of jewelry from a residence off LaQuinta | Drivc. — Diane C. McMillan of Route j 2, Advancc, reported Feb. 25 sjie was assaulted. , : The following traffic accidents were investigated by the N.C. Highway Palrol in Davie Counly. Mocksville W oman Charged A Mocksville woman was charg­ ed wikh failure to stop at a stop sign when the car she was driving col­ lided wilh another car on Feb. 22 ■ at,9:30 a.m. According to a report by Trooper L.D. Chappell, Tina Smith Sain, 27, was driving a 1980 Buick east on Cross Street in Hospital ER Cooleemee when she failed lo see the slop sign and pulled into the path of Katherine O ’Neal McDaniels, 60, of Watt Street. Cooleemee, McDaniels, driving a 1983 Plymouth, was Iraveling north on Watt Street which intersects with Cross Street. Chappell eslimaled damage to Sain’s car at $250, and damage to McDaniels car at $200. The following have been treated at the emergency room at Davie Counly Hospital. The hospital only releases infor­ mation on patients il considers a public record because of the nature of the injuiy. — Dale N. Meadows, 20, 7:30 a.m. Feb. 27, scrape lo the forehead suffered in auto accidcnt, treated and released. — Diane McMillian, 24, 11:14 a.m. Feb. 25, multiple scrapes suf­ fered in assault, treated and released. — Candra L. Shelton, 28, 10:46 a.m. Feb. 24, neck strain suffered in auto accident, treated and released. — Melba L. Lemz, 28, 7:57 p.m. Feb, 23, muscle .strain suf­ fered in auto accidcnt, treated and released. - Edward K. Hurt, 30, 7:34 p.m. Feb. 23, muscle sprain suf­ fered in auto accident, treated and released. - Paul E. Blake, 57, 8:55 a.m. Feb. 22, broken wrist suffered in auto accident, treated and released. — Palma S. Howard, 44, 8:18 a.m. Feb. 22, cut and bruises suf­ fered in auto accident, treated and released. Fires Davie fire departments respond­ ed to the following fires last week. Feb. 22: Mocksville, 7:55 a.m., auto accident. Valley Drive at Valley Learning Center. Feb. 23: Advance, 4:47 p.m., auto accident, N.C. 801, one mile : south of railroad tracks; Fork, 5:35 rp.in., cbimney fire, U.S. 64 near Thcuiand Trails; Cooleemee, 6:56 p.m ., chimney fire, Davie I .-Academy Road, Tim Jones j yiresidence. F«b.'Z4:'Shady Grove, 4:11 L t.m .. Milo accident, 1-40, east of * , ;iN .C . 801; County-Line, 4:14 > „ fire, Jeremiah ip . ^ Sheffield Cilahaln, 6:23 - - Feb. 25: Mocksville, 11:10 a.m ., house fire, Campbell Road; Farmington, 12:39 p.m., building fire, Wyo Road, Kathy Allen residence, William R. Davie call­ cd for backup. Feb. 26: Jerusalem, 12:28 a.m., smoke coming from furnace, trailer behind F and F Barbecue: William R. Davie, 5:27 p.m., chimney fire, Angell Road, Alton Angell dairy farm; County-Line, 5:12 p.m., vehicle fire, 1-40, one and half miles in Iredell County; Farm­ ington, 10:42 p.m., vehicle fire, rest area on 1-40 East, Shady Grove called for backup. Feb. 27: Smith Grove, 3:25 a.m ., auto accident, Farmington Road. ' ‘ . Trucks Collide On U.S. 601 An Advancc man was charged wilh failure to reduce speed in a two vehicle accident on U.S. 601, Feb. 10 at 1:30 p.m. Charles Craig Stroud, 28, was traveling north on U.S. 601 six miles south of Mocksville when he failed to see a truck driven by Nor­ man Douglas James, 23, of Route 7, Mocksville, stopped ahead of him, according to a report by TroQper K.B. Steen. Steen reported James had stop­ ped for turning traffic when Stroud collided with the rear end of James’ vehicle. Damage to James’ 1983 Ford was estimated at $100, and $1,000 damage to Stroud’s 1986 Dodge. Truck Strikes Tree A Mocksville man was injured when the truck he was driving ran off the road and siruck a tree Feb. 19 at 7:55 p.m. According to a report by Trooper B.L. Crider, Powell Elbert Miller, 79, of Roule 6, was driving a 1987 Ford on Ben Ander­ son Road when the right side wheels dropped off the roadway in­ lo a soft shoulder and continued off the road until the truck hit a tree. Arrests The following were arrested by the Davie County Sheriff’s Depanment. — Mark Wayne Webb, 27, of Route 2, Advance, charged Feb. 20 with failure to appear in court. — Kevin Bruce Ellis, 26, of Roule 4, Mocksville, charged Feb. 20 with failure to appear in court on a delinquent child support charge. — Nayrex Ray “ Rex” Smith, 24, of 348 Avon St., Mocksville, charged Feb. 20 with assault. — Mii;hael Bruce Longworth, 37, of Route 1, Advance, charged Feb. 23 with two counts of proba­ tion violation. — James Shepherd, 31, of 715 Mills St., Mocksville, charged Feb, 25 wifh assault. ■ Miller was taken to Davie Coun­ ty Hospital with a skull injury and admitted for observation. Damage to Miller’s truck was estimated at $4,000, and damage to a tree and fence owned by Thomas Boger of. Route 6 was estimated al $75. No charges were filed. Teen l,oses Control O f Car A Mocksville teen lost control of the car she was driving and .struck a tree Feb. 24 at 6:20 p.m. Tammie Ray Royall, 17, of Route 6, was traveling southeast on Sheffield Road when her car’s right side wheels dropped off the righl side of the road, according lo a report by Trooper Crider. Royall’s car then skidded across the left side of the roadway and siruck a tree. Damage lo Royall’s 1971 Plymouth was estimated at $800. No charges were filed. Ice And Snow Cause Wrcck Snow and ice caused a two vehi­ cle accident on 1-40, Feb. 24 at 9:25 a.m. Sandra Lynn Shelton, 28, of Route 3, Mocksville, was travel­ ing east on 1-40 and started to slow her ear down lo assisl the driver of a tractor trailer lhat had skidded in­ to the median, according to a report by Chappell. Lucinda Crawford Clifford, 34, of Morganton, was driving behind Shelton and failed I to see the car slowing down. Clif­ ford skidded her station wagon inlo the rear of Shelton’s, the rcporl said. Chappell estimated damage to Shelton’s 1985 Subam at $400, and daniage to C lifford’s 1982 Mercedes al $700. No charges were filed. Snow Causes Accident Three people suffered injuries in a two car accident when their cars collided on snow covered N.C. 801, Feb. 23 at 4 p.m . According to a report by Line Sgl. M.R. Yelton, Vickie Barn­ hardt Lanier, 35, of Route 2, Ad­ vance, was traveling south on N.C. 801 when she lost control of her car due to the snow. Lanier was ' unable to avoid colliding with a car \ being driven north on N.C. 801 by Frankie Cope Minor, 46, of Route 2, Advance. Lanier, Minor and a passenger in Minor’s car were treated and released from Forsyih Memorial Hoiipital. ; ; Yelton estimated damage 7 0 1 Minor’s 1981 Chevrolet at $L,0(K) I and $2,500 to Lanier’s J9gS[ Dodge. ' No charges were filed, t*: Civil Lawsuits The following civil lawsuits have been filed with the Davie Clerk of Court’s office. — Barbara Lollin vs. William Harris and Edith Harris, request for past rcnl, $1,071.44, eviction; counterclaim — request Lofiin’s complaint be dismissed, request to recover 512,500. — Melissa C. Shew vs. Joshua L. Shew, divorce from bed and board, alimony, equitable distribu­ tion of marital property. — Larry Dean Hamilton vs. Melody Underwood Hainillon, ab­ solute divorce. — E, Edward Vogler Jr. vs. Timothy Dale Jordan and Billy Jor­ dan, request for recovery, $192.75. — William T. Eanes Sr. vs. Michael Shawn Austin, Duane Ed­ ward Buckles and BGN Enter­ prises, request for recovery, $4,500. — Goldman N. Anthony vs. Viola B. Anthony, absolute divorce. — Chuck Randall Brown vs, Mildred A. Brown, absolute divorce. — Marion Smilh Sigmon vs. Cecil Glenn Sigmon, absolute divorce. — Mariene C. Peebles, ex­ ecutrix of estate of Thelma S. Peebles vs. R.J. Grosso Inc. and. Goldome Credit Corp., request for recovery, in excess o f$10,000 for unfair and deceptive trade prac­ tices, request to cancel deed of trust, request for in cxcess of $10,000 for com pensatory damages, request for recovery for payment for windows. — Sandra Ferguson vs. Joseph J. Ferguson, reduction of child support from defendant. — Rebecca Lee Kirkman vs. Robert Brown Kirkman, absdlulfe divorce, resumption of maibeli name. 5 — John Hubert Moore vs. Jolm Edwin W aller, request f(i recovery, $1,000. j — Ervin G. Daniel and Vickfe S. Daniel vs. Richard H. Pruilt, quest for recovery, $3,750;‘pltis interest. > > — Elton Lee Dillard v s.’Juljoj Elaine Campbell, paternity, chikl I custody; counterclaim — chifal cusiody, child support, that plai^-1 tiff be evicted from residency, plaintiff refrain from^ harassing I dclendenl. j I — Morris Ray Ratledge. vs. I Teresa Jean Queen.sberry Ralledge, I absolute divorce, joint custody of I child, defendant maintain insurance! and pay one-half of medical bills] not covered by insurance. — Kenneth Scou Shore vs. Cyn­ thia Bailey Shore, request refrain from violent acts and slay away from plainliff, vacate from marital residence, possession of fur­ nishings and appliances, ownership of truck, order defciidanl not j dispose of any marital property, divorce from bed and board; counterclaim — that plaintiffs ac- 1 tion be dismisjicd, equitable distribution of marital property,' alimony. • ; — Napoleon M elton vs. Dorothy Cates Melton, ab.solute divorce. ' ; — The Citizens & Southern N.a- lional Bank vs. Virginia Williams also known as Virginia I Salyer, request for judgmeijt, $690.66 plus interest. i — Carolyn Mock Williams vs. I Donna Lynn Williams, request for I recovery of autoniobilj. d a v i e c o u n t y e n t e r p r i s e r e c o r d , T h u rs d a y ; March 2, 1989-7 H o s p i t a l I n c r e a s i n g E m e r g e n c y R o o m C o v e r a g e . By. Karen James Davie County Enlerprise-Record Davic County H ospital’s •emergency room will be staffed by a physician's assistant almost 24 hotirs a day. The Davie County Hospital Board of Trustees approved a plan Monday night to implement the coverage. At its monthly mecling. the board agreed to hire employees of JMA .services to provide the addi­ tional coverage. Board member James Clark said the additional coverage is .something the hospital needs lo provide adequate and im- niediale can; for incoming patients. The current emergency room situation forces doctors to be call­ cd in for cmcrgcncy siliialions. H o s p i t a l B r i e f s LPNs To Receive Training Ho.spital trustees Monday nighl agreed to allow LPNs (licens­ ed practical nurses) to receive training for the adminislralion of intraveneous fluids. The Nurse Practice Act regulates what LPNs can do in the medical field. DesNoyers said the Board of Nursing is looking into ainending the act. . “ Mainly, it’s been because the registered nursing shortage has been so bad," he said. LPNs will begin training in March and by May they will be certified to administer IV fiuids. Memorial Planned For Swindler A memorial for Bob Swindler will be placcd in the courtyard at Davic County Hospital, trustees decided Monday. A .sundial will be added along with a plaque honoring Swindler, who was an active hospital auxiliary board member before he died of cancer last year. Also, somewhere else on Ihe hospital property, a tree will be planted. Safety Program ‘Exceptional’ • Dan DesNoyers reported Monday that Carl Malburg had review­ ed the safety program for the hospital and was complimentary. Marlburg wrote: “ Your hospital has enjoyed exceptional safe­ ty records.” Davie County Hospital has not allowed lost time due to injures sustained on the job in over 22 months, said DesNoyers. Patients Rate Hospital High Patients at Davie County Hospital apparently like the care they receive. Dan DesNoyers reported Monday the hospital received an 85 percentage rate of good, very good, or excellent care on reccnt surveys .scnl lo fonner palicnis. Medicare Cuts To Hurt Hospital Hospital Administrator Chris Dux reported Medicare has been .directed to make cuts of $10 billion to reduce the federal deficit. ' bux said they have cut $5 billion already and they do not know where the other will come from. “ It’s going lo tnake a hospital’s existence more and more difficult later on,” he said. Get the refund you want. I U k a d v a n ta g e o f H ftR B lo ck ’s P la n n e d R e fu n d P ro g ra m . F b r a sm a ll fee, o u r p ro fe ssio n a l p re p a ré is a n a ly z e y o u r ta x e s a n d h e lp y o u p la n fo r n e x t y e a r’s re fu n d . G e t th e re fu n d y with our W-4 service [ y o u w a n t H&R BLO CK DONT SmLE TOR LESS! Moefemlll« Hours 110 Lexington Road 634-3203 Mondiy-Friday Saturday •:W4:00 0:30-1:00 CooleemM Shopping Cenier 234-2724 Monday-Friday Salurday 8:00-12 Noon 9-12 1:00-5:00 p.m. T A N — F A W S T I C Wolff Tanning Bed Com* gat the glow of a healthy tan the easy way. S lier than sun methods...]ust minutes a session A P R B E Btaeli Weekend Nr mn MonmUon мк at Пир haw lo win. Drawing «MkaliiU. March 24,1989 S cu lp tu re d G la ss N a ils .................S p e c i a l ^ 3 5 ^ Reg. M5<>° . : T h e G o l d e n S h e a r M Williams Rd. (Cornatzer Area) ..i .. Phone 998-5085 For an Appointment vVi'.ii a physician’s assistant on duty the more critical einergency cases can be attended to immediately, Clark said. There would only be five hours during the week that would not be attended by a physician’s assislant, he .said. “ Having an emergency room^ without full coverage would also be a detcrrcnl in recruiting physi­ cians,’’ said Clark. Dan DesNoyers, director of sup­ port services, expressed concern about the competition of the small hospitals against bigger hospitals for complete emergency room coverage. “ If you live in Advance, and you're in need of emergency care and you have the choicc of Davie or Forsyth, which has a well i established emergency room facili­ ty, where would you go?” he asked. Even with the addition of a physician’s assistant, patients retain the right to have the hospital call in their personal doctors who may not be working at that time. Board member Dr. Bob Foster said he and his staff, despite the additional emergency room help, would be available at all times. Rose Benfield, chief financial of­ ficcr, expressed some financial concerns. “We’re cutting it close now this year. Right now we can’t see how much money we’re going to generate from this physician’s assistant.’’ / According to DesNoyers, im­ plementation of the extra coverage may start immediately. T r a f f i c C i t a t i o n R e s u l t O f D i s p u t e A domc.slic dispute causcd a man to be conviclcd of making an un- .safc tniffic movement lasl week jn Davic District Court. According to Mike Brady of the Cooleemee Police Department, Dominick Anthony Diclcmeme was arguing with his girlfriend when she got into her car and drove off. Diclemente drove his car in front of his girlfriend’s car and “ almost had an accident." “ They were fighting and he was trying lo stop her and talk,’’ said Brady. Brady said the police department has had previous complaints aboul Diclem cnte’s driving. "O ne woman stopped whild I had him stopped and registered a com­ plaint,’’said Brady. Diclcm enle’s attorney, Ed Vogler. asked Judge William G. Ijames for a sentence of prayer for judgem ent continued. “ He (Diclemente) has got a substantial amount of points on his license. He wants a break so he won’t lose his license," said Vogler. Diclemente has 11 points against his liccn.se. “ With all that he has on him, the courl can’t do anything for him ," said Judge Ijames. Ijames sentenced Diclemente lo pay a $50 fine and court cosls. Diclemente appealed Ihe conviction for a Superior Court trial. Don’t let Old Man Winter In...when you can be warm and cozy. See us today for a great buy on these replacement windows -------------------------------------------------------------------s E m A tiM . - Caudell Lumber Company 162 Shock Streel 634-2167 Moclisville, NX. T H E W O R L D ’S BIG G EST TOY STORE! You save more money e v e r y day! Y O U ’LL NEVER O U TG RO W US! There% a near you! • WINSTON-SALEM 3200 Sila* Creek Parkway (AcroM from Hants Mall) MONOAY - SATUNOW 9:» Ш - 9:30 Pli;SUNDAY 1:00 PM CHARGE IT! VISA MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS DISCOVER 6.00 PM 8-l)A V IE COUNTY KN'I KKPRISl-: KKCORI). TIIUKSIMV. Marcii 2. 1989 ia a .ДзЖ» M o s t D a v i e R e s i d e n t s L i l c e d N u c l e a r P l a n t P l a n s Continued From P. ■ 1 Mrs. Stephens said ¡1 seemed like the wlioie county was against tlie Davic residents opposing plans for the nuclear power planl. “They thought it’d be such a big and glorious thing for the county," she said. ‘‘They had in the paper that the lax rates would come down and all (hat. You couldn’t hardly say anything about il bccausc everybody was for it except us." But the opposition persevered, and residents from Davitlson and other surrounding counties joined in the fight against the proposed Perkins nuclear power plant. David Springer, who owns about 430 acres near the Perkins site off Riverview Road near Fork, was president of the High Rock Lake Association at the time, and en­ couraged otiier membcni to join the opposition. Mary Davis, who also lives near the Perkins site, organized other Davic residents opposed to the power plant. . Meetings were held. Opponents wrote letters to area newspapers and officials, raising concerns about the potential hazards of nuclear power. Protests were planned, and one group of citizens even sued the county for its handling of the rezoning of Ihc properly for a nuclear power plant. ll was a long battle, one that would divide couniy residents and create many hard feelings before it finally ended with Duke Power abandoning plans for the nuclear power planl. "It took a long time." Springer said, “ ll UKik about five or six years." Nucleiir Tlirciil Not Over Bul the nuclear Ihrciit may not be over. Today. Ihe 1,205-acre Perkins properly could be the site of anoiher battle — one that would en­ compass a much broader area and if losl, could pose what many con­ sider a much greater threat. The land was one of 11 sites in Ihc Southeast considered by ihe U.S, Department of Energy in 1984 and 1985 for a temporary storage facility for high-level nuclear waste. The proposed facili­ ty, called a Monitored Retrievable Storage center (MRS), would pro­ cess and store nuclear waste until it could be shipped to a permanent repository and buried underground. The list of potential sites was later narrowed to three in Ten­ nessee, with a tract on the Clinch River near Oak Ridge being the top choice. But Congress rejected the site, and set up a Monitored “I think a whole lot more of a nuclear power plant than I do a waste dumping area.” — Form er county com m issioner, Jofin Bailey Retrievable Storage Comnii.ssion to consider whether an MRS is need­ ed, afler which a new selection process will begin. MRS Opposition Stronj> Davie officials, and residents aren't wailing for Ihe Perkins sile 10 be again brought up for con­ sideration to voice concerns. They have voiced strong opposilion lo not only an MRS being construcled in Davie, bul ihe concept of an MRS in general. The involvement of county of­ ficials in the fight against an MRS will be a big plus, said Davis, who was one of the residents lo sue commissioners over the way they handled the rezoning of the Perkins properly. 1 Brock said the matter was heard in Superior Court, with a summary judgment in favor of the county, finding lhal Ihe zoning was proper. Davis declined lo comnicnt on the lawsuit exccpt lo say that she and the olher plaintiffs felt strongly that the commissioners’ action was inappropriate. ‘‘Now mind you, 1 did not say illegal, I .said inap­ propriate," she said. “ We were trying to determine if it was il­ legal.” The coniposilion of Ihe board has since changed, Davis said. “ I believe you have a strong cn- vironmcnlalist on ifiere," she said, “ and I’m very plesised lo see that." Opponenls of the Perkins power plant arc just as adamantly oppos­ ed lo Ihc Duke Power property be­ ing used for an MRS. “ I Ihink one’s about as bad as the other.” Mrs. Stephens .said. “ (The Deparlmenl of Energy) went aboul the thing entirely backward. They ought to have done something about the waste before they started manufacturing it.” Davis had similar views. "If we’re smart enough lo make this waste material, we ought to be smart enough to find a reasonable disposal mclhod. And if we’re not smart enough to do that, then we ought to be clever enough to know that we can'l make more waste than we can handle." Springer said his opposition to the Perkins nuclcar generating p)anl w'as due loconecni about Ihe quantity of walcr. “ Now, it’s a question of quality,” he .said. It’s hard lo say which is wor.sc, Springer said, a nuclear generating plant or an MRS. “ Potentially, both of them are safe,” he said. “ But on the down side, if something goes wrong, the results arc so bad, you just don’l wanl to take the risk.” Proponents of the Perkins generating plant arc also adamantly opposed to the property beint con­ sidered for an MRS. “ I would be 100 perccnl oppos­ ed lo il coming here,” said Swicegood. “ This is kind of the geographic population ccnter for the stale. You’re right in Ihc mid­ dle of everything. “There has got lo be more adap­ table locations, surely to goodness. (The Perkins site) is on the river, and Ihc river is ihe lifeblood of Ihc community from the standpoint of water.” Bailey, who served on Ihc com­ mission for eight years before go­ ing off in 1974, said he didn't like what he was reading about the pro- po.sed MRS. “ I think a whole lol more of a nuclear power plant than 1 do a waste dumping area,” he said. Dull, who is now executive director of the Mocksville-Davie Chamber of Commerce, said he can't believe the Deparlment of Energy would pick the Perkins .site for the MRS. I “ I’ve beer, wrong bcforci btit deep down inside, I can’t see down on the river with the congestion and everything that is there, why they would want to put something like that there,’’ he said. More Should Be Involved Davis .said more couniy residents ■should get involved in the fight against an MRS being located here. “ You can’t just talk lo your neighbor on the riverbank,” she .said. “ That won’t do any good. Complaining about it won’t do any good. It’s a matter of how long you’re willing to stand up and how firmly you’re willing to .stand againsi il.” Dull said he favors Duke Power’s plans to build a fossil (coal burning) generating plant on the property within the next 10 years. County Manager John Barber and other county officials have also said Ihey favor a fossil plant for the site.; When asked about Duke Power’s plans for the Perkins site, Mikcv Mullen, company .spoke.sman, said there are no plans at present for'the site. “ It’s one of those situations where it’s property that may be put to use for future business pur­ poses,” he said, “ but what those purposes are, we do not have definite plans right now for the site.” ' R u r a l D a v i e E n t i c e m e n t T o D e v e l o p e r s A n d I n d u s t r i e s кRi- ' Continued From P. I Winslon-Salcm, he said, is like driving on the heavily-congested Stratford Road in Winston-Salem. Bahnson, who manages his fami­ ly’s 850-acre Win Mock Farm off U.S. 158 near Hillsdale, said there are only so many places you can live and enjoy the benefits of a ru^al environment. “ They are get­ ting few and far between where you don’t have to wait on a stoplight for 30 minutes and you know most of the people thai you see and do business with.” ■ Bccause ofOavie’s rural nature, developers and industries arc eager j.'lo locate in the county. But ; ;Bahnson said too much develop- j ;ment can ruin it. • Î - ‘‘It won’t be that way if we take ; 'all this and turn it over for a fast ;;dollar,” he said. “ 1 don’t feel a C jgreat obligation to somebody that t ;may move here next year. 1 feel a t .-greater obligation to the people J jwho are here now.” i ■ - Bahnson urged the 50 Bermuda Î ^Village residents at the Feb. 21 l^breakfast to get out and explore the I;county. “ "niere is a lot to this >:county that needs to be looked at !;and preserved,” he said. “ There’s I ;a lot of good folks out there.” > r . Bahnson spent an additional 45 > .'iTiinutbs answering questions from T the residents, which covered a > range of topics from the sewage > treatment plant on the nearby Smith ‘ Creek to the fear that the Perkins • site off Riverview Road in eastern : Davie may be considered for a na- ; tional temporary nuclear waste ^ storage facility. Sewage Permit Questioned i ■ As for the sewage treatment > plant, which will serve the Hidden Creek housing development, ; ; Bahnson said he doesn’t understand ' why the N.C. Division of En­ vironmental Management would J issue a permit for something that everybody opposes. ! “It’s just Greek to me,” he said. ; ' Despite overwhelming opposi- , ; tion at a Jan. 5 public hearing at i North Davie Junior High School, the state issued Gil Davis, Hidden ;■ Creek developer, a permit tu ; ; discharge up to 200,000 gallons per day into the creek. i] “ That creek, in my opinion, can- i] not stand 200,000 gallons of ef- fluent,” Bahnson said. County commissioners voiced [ concerns about the proposed sewage treattnent plant early on in the community’s four-year fight [against it. I -Commissioners also wrote the |N.C;:vPivis(on of Environmental iMatugemitt after the permit was ; j u ^ , iwlüng that it be modified. thé commis- î i ^ r e jttvé done what they felt do," Bahnson said. V ,.Howeve^ he said there are still " : ■ V* ' ' questions that need to be answered. “ Again, w e’ve got an ad­ ministrative decision in Raleigh to dump 200,000 gallons of effiuent into your creek,” he said. What effect will the sewage treatment plant have on Bermuda Village? asked one resident. Will there be an odor or a problem widi 'seepage? “ 1 would think about odor,” Bahnson said, adding that he wouldn’t worry ns much aboul seepage. ‘‘I just don’l think wc need this in Ihe neighborhood,” he .said. The Hidden Creek development is located off N.C. 801 about a half-mile south of U.S. 158, just down the road from the entrance to Bermuda Village. Com m issioners voted unanimously last week to table ap­ proval of Section II of the Hidden Cre'ek subdivision until after a hydraulic analysis on water availability to the treatment plant is completed! Bahnson, who requested the study, said the 260 homes plann­ ed for Hidden Creek could put a strain on the counly’s already- ailing water system. Commis­ sioners are considering ways to meet the mounting water needs in the Hillsdale communily, the fastest growing area of the county. “ This situation over here could be the straw that broke the camel’s back.” he said. The hydraulic analysis, being done by the Greensboro engineer­ ing firm of Finkbeiner, Pcllis & Strout Ltd., will include a simulated drought to see if there is enough water to serve more residences. Another BeriTiuda Village resi­ dent questioned why state officials didn’t give more consideration to concerns of bolh county officials and citizens in its decision to issue Ihe permit. “ How do you stop il?” he asked. Like the residents who fought against Ihe permil, Bahnson said he was frusiraled by the state’s deci­ sion. “ Everybody that I know is against lhal amount of effluent in lhal creek,” he .said. Don Angell, chief executive of­ ficer of Angell Care, which owns Bemiuda Village, said he had talk­ ed with slate officials aboul the per­ mit and had been told that Davis’ application met the criteria for a sewage treatment plant. That’s correct, Bahnson said, ad­ ding that citizens have a chancc to oppose the permit every five years, when it comcs up for renewal. Angell asked Bahnson if the county had considered seeking an injunction against the state. Bahnson said he had talked with County Manager John Barber and County Attorney John Brock about what else commissioners could do. “And it seems like al Ihis time that we’re tied by state law,” he said. Angell said the county could get an injunction. “ But the only way it could be stopped would be in court,” he said. “ It can be done there.” Bahnson responded: “ I’ll sign il. Fill it out.” Angell Care operates three sewage treatment plants. The plant which serves M eadowbrook Manor, a nursing home in Clem­ mons, has had an odor problem in hot weaiher, Angell said. “ But the distribution is pure, or so I’m told,” he said. Angell said Bermuda Village is also served by a sewage treatment plant. “ You run a clean shop,” Bahnson said. Nuclcur Waste Site A Fear As for the fear that the Perkins site, owned by Duke Power Co., may be selected for a national tem­ porary storage facility for high- level nuclear waste, Bahnson said county officials had opposed con­ sideration of the site at recent hear­ ings in Atlanta. The 1,205-acre tract was one of 11 sites in the Southeast considered for a temporary slorage facility, called the Monitored Retrievable Storage center (MRS), in late 1984 and early 1985. The U.S. Depart­ ment of Energy laler narrowed the list to three sites in Tennessee, but Congress later rejected its top choicc of a site near Oak Ridge, Tenn., and ordered a new site selection process. However, before new potential sites arc selected, a Monitored Retrievable Storage Commission, which held the rcceni hearings, has been direcled lo determine whether an MRS is needed. All Davie County residents can do is fight against consideratijm of the Perkins site, Bahnson said. If the sile is considered, he said the county's small population may in­ crease Davie's chances of being selected. "T hey've got to put it somewhere,” he said. "Are they going to inake Mecklenburg Coun­ ty mad fir Davie County mad?” Officials in Davidson and Rowan recently slated they plan lo help Davie officials in their battle against consideration ofthe Perkins site for an MRS. Updated Plan Needed Bahnson discussed the need for an updated comprehensive or master plan for the couniy. This was one of the rccommcndalions ofthe “ Quality of Life” segment of the Davic Futures Project, a countywide effort to chart the future of the county. Bahnson served on the Quality of Life Committee, which was chaircd by .Mathewson. Until the counly’s 10-ycar-old comprehensive plan is updated, the com m itlcc recom m ended a moratorium on all large residential or commercial development be im­ posed by Jan. I of this year. “ You and I were too optimistic, weren’t we?” asked Mathewson in referring lo the recommended dale of the proposed moraU>riuin. “ Yes sir, wc were,” Bahnson said. “ I would like lo sec that done." .What arc the .«hiMices? Mathewson asked. “ I would like to think very 'good,” Bahnson said. “ There’s nothing wrong with spending time studying something.” Bahnson said he would also like to see an impact fee charged to developers to cover Ihe cost of ser­ vices to new residents. “ Most of the people moving into the county are at the point now where they are co.sting the couniy,” he said. Sure, these people pay property taxes, but Bahnson said that’s not enough to cover the cosl of adding onto the schools and expanding ser­ vices to meet the county’s growth. Commissioners, at Bahnson’s re­ quest, recently asked County Manager John Barber to study thè possibility of imposing an impact fee and to make a recommendatior? at a later meeting. ; Another thing Bahnson said he; would like to see is the zoning'or-; dinance amended to require largei: lot sizes, particularly in rapidly-; growing areas of the county. ; In general, Bahnson said the county’s zoning ordinance is out-! dated and needs to be revamped.: Any proposed changes must go through a process, which includes hi^ijings before the Davie County. Planning Board and the county, td give residents ample opportunity to express their opinions. ! “I’m glad the process is the way; it is,” he said. “ It gets frustrating; sometimes, but it does keep stuff from getting done overnight.” ; Bahnson addressed several other; concerns of Bermuda Village; residents, including basic questions; about zoning, how much authòrì-; ty the county commissioners have; and the way the planning board is; appointed. ; Bahnson spoke at the breakfast at the request of Bermuda Village resident John Sheiry. Ham & Sausage B R E A K F A S T Saturday, March 4, 1989 5 a.m. -10 a.m. William R. Davie V.F.D. Highway 601 North of Mocksville TAKE OUT ORDERS AVAILABLE Call 492-7772 You All Cornel! W henltComes IbM oilg^eLoaiis, BB& TIsRyit AtHome. B B & T ’s experience w ith m o r tp g e lo an s p u t us rig h t a t hom e w ith hom e financing. We can show y o u h o w to use o u r ad ju sta b le ra te m ortgage to g et th e hom e you w a n t a t a ra te you can afford. In to d a y ’s m a rk e t, o u r ad ju sta b le ra te m artgage o ffers you th e fle x ib ility to ciioose th e financing p lan th a t b est su its y o u r needs. A s an ad d itio n al service w e also offer co n stru ctio n /p erm an en t (one closing), 30 year fix ed , F H A an d V A lo an s a t co m p etitiv e ra te s an d term s. T he p erso n al service an d a tte n tio n of o u r p ro fessio n al counselors w ill m ak e you feel rig h t a t hom e, too. T h ey ’ll w o rk to process y o u r lo an as q u ick ly as possible so th a t y o u h av e y o u r m oney a v a ila b le w h en you need it. So call o r sto p by o u r W illow O ak O ffice and ask for Je a n C leary o r Ju d y A nderson • Y ou m ay fin d th a t a t BB & T _____ m o rtg ag e is th e t o d you need to b u ild y o u r d ream hom e. 634-5956 It’sMorellian ABank.Itfe An Attitude. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, M ardi 2, 1989-9 I n d e p e n d e n c e A ls o I s s u e F o r K e r n e r s v i i l e , W a l k e r t o w n Continued From P. 1 Salcm/Forsylb Coimty for water when the towns hooked onto the system. “ Thai was a big, big issue here at the time the decision was made,” said Randy McCaslin. Kernersviile town manager. Kernersviile hooked onto the Winslon-Saleni/For.syth system about 10 years ago as an emergen­ cy measure after a chentical spill at its water plant. “Then we used that line." McCaslin said, "basically lo sup­ plement the system that they had at thal point until ahoul when a permanent line was put in." A 1979 bond issue lo finance hooking onto the W inston- Salem /Forsyth system was defeated by a close margin. prim arily because of the dependence issue, he said. That was again the main issue during the campaign for a second relerendum. which passeil hy a close margin a lew years iaier. "It was a very emotional cam­ paign both limes." McCaslin said. "And there are still some hard feel­ ings around the communily over those hond campaigns." Kernersviile gels all of its water from the Winston-Salem/Forsyth system, which is called the City- Counly Utilities Commission. Walkertown, however, gets a small percentage of its waler I'roni the W inston-Salem /Forsyth system, according lo Town Manager Robin Shepherd. "W c average aboul 463.000 gallons a monlh thal we buy from the City- C o u n t y B r i e f s Building Contract Awarded , County commissioners voted Feb. 20 to award a contract to Jim Campbell for an addilion lo the water maintenace building. Bruce Pratt, director ofthe county's water and sewer system, said Campbell submitted a bid of $21,500 for the construction, the lowest of two received. Prall said one of Ihc two bays planned for Ihc addilion will be used for storage by the sherifFs departmenl while the counly cour­ thouse is being expanded. Chicf Deputy Bob Lemmons said the departmenl has been sloring its large evidence in the garage on the lower level of Ihe courthouse. Chairman R.C. Smith said he suspeclcd the sherifFs department would still need one of the bays for slorage even after the cour­ thouse expansion, which will include offices for sheriffs depart­ ment employees, is complele. ' • Lemmons said the bay would need to be locked and secured. Not even Pratt can have a key, he said, or the chain of cuslody of ihe •evidence would be broken. ■ ■ The money for ihe addilion will also come from ihe coniingency fund. New Judge Getting Office ' County commissioners voted unanimously Feb. 20 to approve a purchase order for $750 lo furnish an office for newly-appointed Dislricl Court Judge Bill Ijames. History Books To Be Bougiit County commissioners voted unanimously Feb. 20 lo approve 'a $825 purchase order submitted by Davie Public Library for the purchase of more copies of James Wall’s “ History of Davie Coun­ ty,” Barber said the $825 came from the book’s sales. ^Architectural Invoice OKd • County commissioners Feb. 20 voled lo pay a $28,962.42 in­ voice submitted by Rafnsay Associates of Salisbury for architec- 'tùral work on Ihe county administraliv'b building being constructed •¿cross the slreet from tbe courthouse and the renovation and ex- 'pansion of the courthouse. County Manager John Barber recommended commissioncr.s pay the invoice. Commissioner Buddy Alexander commeiited: “ I want lo see something put up over there instead of giving all this money lo ar- ‘chitects and engineers.” Contractors’ Invoices Get Nod County commissioners also voled Feb. 20 to pay invoices sub-- mined by Cresenl Construction Company Inc. and its subcontrac­ tors for work on the counly adminislralive building. The invoices were as follows; Cresenl, which was awarded the general contract, $20,970; Webb Heating & Air Conditioning Com­ pany Inc., awarded the plumbing contract, $5,509; Southeastern Mechanical Contractors, awarded the healing, ventilation and air conditioning contract, $4,500; and Hinson Elecirical Contractors, awarded the electrical contract, $15,190. Barber recommended the invoices be paid. "Certainly, 1 Ihink everybody can see how much work is going on across the street,” he said, adding that contractors bill the counly when they order supplies. "They’re gelling ready lo start pulling the steel up.” Rld-A-Bug Gets Contract Rid-A-Bug was awarded the county’s pest control contract for the coming year, with a low bid of $47 a monlh. The bid, which covers pest control for all couniy buildings, remained unchanged from Ihis year. Barber said. Aerial Photo Of Landfill Planned County commissioners voled to spend $500 on an aerial photo of the Davie County Landfill, localed off Turrentine Church Road, for use in a study on how to extend the life of ihc landfill. Barber said ihe sludy could extend the life of the landfill by as much as four to five years. Even if it adds just one month lo the landfill’s life expectancy. Barber said Ihc counly would save “ nol $500, but thousands and thousands and thousands.” “ That $500 is going lo be money well .spent in my opinion,” he said. Creig Greer, adminislralive assistant lo Barber, said Ihe aerial photograph will be taken by Ihe engineer conducling ihe sludy. Next Meeting Date Changed The next county commission was changed from the regularly Kheduled first Monday afternoon in March to the afiemoon of the . lecond Moi^y (March 13). Barber said some of the commissioners vWill be at the National Association of Counly Commissioners during the first week of March. Counly Utilities Commission,” Shepherd said. Tlic commission requested the interconnection in 1974 lo reach aboul 94 county water customers. Since then, Shepherd said the town has used the lie-in lo supplement iis own deep wells. "But over the years, wilh .some of Ihc growlh ihal we’ve had and certainly, with some of the droughts, our well process hasn'l been as good as wc had hoped it would be, and we've had to buy a little more waler from tlie county," Shepherd said. “ So il's lurncd oul to be a pretty good thing for Walkertown. Il'sdennitely helped us in crunch periods." Even so, Shepherd said there is a group of Walkertown residents who are concerned aboul being too dependent on Winston-Salem/For- sylh Couniy. "Even if wc do become more and more reliant on Winston-Salem’s waler system, they want to have a backup syslcim or al least want lo have something to fall back on in case of an emergency,” he .said. Becausc Walkertown is al the end of the City-Counly Utilities Com m ission’s water line. Shepherd said one of the main con­ cerns is whal would happen in the evenl of a severe drought. “ They’re saying, if we get in a drought situation, all the water is going to be u.sed by the lime it reaches the end of the line,” he said. McCaslin said Kcrncrsville should be protected from this hap­ pening by its contract wilh the Cily-Couniy Utilities Commission. “There’s nothing in our contract lhat says they can cut us off except for nonpayment,” he said. “ If they cut us off, they better cul off the people in Winslon-Salem, loo, ac­ cording to our contract.” Unlike Davie, Kernersviile did not have a reliable water source like Ihe Yadkin River when of­ ficials there considered buying all t)f the town's water from Winslon- 'I'hc Invvn'.K waler plant was ouldaled and has since been lorn down, and its two reser­ voirs were 100 small lo meet Ihc water needs. McCaslin said Ihe lown would have never made it through the rc- cenl droughts if il had nol hooked onto the Winslon-Salem/Forsylh system. “ Wc would have had to shut doWn industries, anij we would have had severe residential .shortages,” he said. “ From Kernersville’s stand­ point, I don’t .sec thal wo ha<i any other option,” McCaslin .-.aid. “ Now for Davie Counly, with Davic being located on the Yadkin and having the water source anyway, 1 think you just have lo look al the economics of il. “ Do you want lo go into debt a greal deal and pay for thal in­ dependence ... or ju.st be a waler customer and have a contract?" Bnying W ater Le.ss Expensive In its recommendation to com­ missioners, the advisory board said the counly could receivc up to 5 million gallons per day from the Winston-Salem/For.sylh .system for onc-lhird the cost of building a 3-tnillion-gallon-per-day-capacily waler planl. In addilion, the coun­ ty wouldn ’1 have to pay the cost of operating a planl, maintenance and debt service. Most impojtanlly, the advisory board said, hooking onto the Winston-Salem syslcm would allow the present water rales to re­ main at iheir existing levels. The advisory board projects a 70 pcrccnt increase in user rates lo cover the debt service from a new plant, according to Brucc Pratt, ex officio member and Davie Coun­ ty’s water and sewer director. Another member and former commissioner. Bill Fo.ster, said the advisory boiird was not recommen­ ding the Winston-Salem/For.syth tie-in as a “ quick fix" lo Davie’s growing water needs. “ But il really offers us the best of bolh worlds.” he .said. "It's the mosl economic, and they can of­ fer us up lo 5 million gallons a day." W ater I’laiil Cosl High Ci'rmnissioncrs asked the ad­ visory board 10 make a recommen­ dation on the matter after tlic low bid for constructing a new water irealmenl plant topped $5 million. Commi.ssioners had earlier been told by five engineering firms they wouldn’t have any problem building the planl for $3 million, the amount they projected in a $6.9 million water bond issue in November 1987. Voters approved the three-phase project, of which the new treatment plant was only one phase, after defeating a $7.9 million water bond issue in May of lhat year. There would be no connection fee 10 hook onto the Winslon- Salem syslcm, and advisory board members say much of the projected cosl is for conslruclion that would have 10 be done anyway when a new planl is built. The only addi­ tional cosl would be aboul S200.000 for Ihe river crossing. Davic would buy only ihe waler it needs lo supplement Ihe county's existing waler irealmenl plant on the Soulh Yadkin River in Cooleemee. "The object is to have a large supply at the cheapest pricc, and the connection offers bolh of those,” Foster .said. “ They take waler from the deepest part of the Yadkin River right above the Idols Dam, so in case of a long-term drought, it would be one of the more secure areas for water source." McCaslin said the Cily-County Utilities Commission has the right to raise its user fees at any lime. "But it's usually done only once a year in conjunction with the adoption of Ihcir budgel,” he said. The way the town’s contract is drawn up, the commission cannot charge Kernersviile users more than 5 percenl above the lowest rale for users in Winston-Salem/For­ syth. “ So they have to raise Ibeir rales in order to raise ours,” he said. R.C. Smilh, Davie commission chairman, said the board will discuss whether to hook onto ihe W inslon-Salem/Forsylh water system or proceed with plans for a waler treatment plant at its ncxl mccling on Monday, March 13, al 1 p.m. Smith said there was no chancc commissioners would go back lo the voters wilh a choicc of hook­ ing onto the Winston-Salcm/Fpr- sylh syslcm or building a ^alcr treatment planl al a higher cost lhan was earlier projected. ^ “ We’re going to make a decision as to which way lo go and move wilh it,” he said. “ We’ve fooled wilh it long enough. We’ve had the bond issue run twice. We’ve discussed it and put a lot of lime into il, ¡>0 1 think the time has come for us to make a move with il.” Commissioners are likely lo be •splii on the matter. Bahnson said last week that he favored building a new water Ireat- menl planl as cheaply and conser­ vatively as possible “ to fit our needs." “ Then the water u.sers should pay for the syslcm,” he said. “ I’m very adamant on that.” Bahnson said il wouldn't be fair lo the 56 pcrccnt of the county residents on wells to require them 10 help pay for the cost of a water system they don’t use. Al least one commissioner has said he favors hooking onto the Winston-Salem system. Buddy Alexander, at the commission’s' Feb. 6 meeiing, said: “ I believe Ihal’s the way we’re going to have 10 go. We don't have the money lo build (a plant).” Alexander said he didn’l favor the higher user rales the advisory board said it would take to pay for a new plant. “ I like lo have gollen run out of the county before,” he said of the lasl pay increase. The counly has spenl $150,000 on a 30-acre site for the proposed water IrciUmenl plant. The proper­ ty, purchased from Alelhea Sparks of Wilmington, is located off River Road in the Yadkin Valley communily. Commissioners had hoped to build a plant that could easily be expanded lo a 6-million-gallons- pcr-day capacity. This was to be the second phase ofthe S6.9 million water improve- ilicm projcci. The first plvjse — Ihe improvement and expansion of the existing water irealment plant in Cooleemee — has already been completed. Q u a l i t y C l o t h i n g ’ s (From K annapolis) W A R E H O U S E S A L E I S B A C K L A D I E S C L O T H I N G Missy & Junior Jeans..........^7 And ^9 I^FIeece Pants & Tops......^6 And ^7 Ea. ^Junior Dresses.......And 12 Gitano Denim Jackets....^22 Hours 10 To 5:30 Location: North IVIain St., VIocksville Next To Taylor’s Gift Shop Spring Tops Sizes S-M-L 38 To 24........ ...................« 6 Ladles Slacks........................................^7 Bathing Suits........................................^8 Assorted Pants-Skirts-Tops................... ^OOfc For Our»ntf Sig„s! ì,n, ‘ -Si‘ Í. 10-DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, Murili 2, IVHV Snow Coping bounty custodian B ill Ward was busy Friday spreading salt on the sidewalk in front of the cour­ thouse as the second snowstorm in as many weeks left five inches of wet stuff on Davie. • . ~ — Photo by Robin Fcrgusson Mike Sain and 6-year-old son found the must recent snow perfect for making a snowman Satur­ day at the end of their driveway on Sain Road. — Photo by Ronnie Gallagher m m s i C r p w n ^ D r u g s Prices Good March 1, 2, 3 & 4,1989 Only ___________________C O U P O N S COUPONJ S t e t s o n C o l o g n e S p r a y 1.5 Oz. $g49 Coupon Expires March 4, 1989 Wifh This Coupon % I ■ ■ I I I ■ I I I I I I I I ■ ! - ■ ■■ COUPON JE JE JaLM J B r a c h ' s J e l l y B ir d E g g s 12 Oz. ’ 69^ Coupon Expires March 4,1989 wrthTWiCoupon •COUPONJ C h e x Snack Mix 9.5 Oz. Coupon Expires March 4,1989 COUPON J5J C a d b u r y C r e m e E g g s 3 99^Expires March 4,1989 “ wuWHhTWiCoupon •COUPONJ BC P o w d e r s 5 0 ’s Coupon Expires March 4,1989 COUPONJNyQuirM6HTT1ME CO LD MEDICINE Regular Or Cherry 6 O z.$349 ____________1989Coupon Expires March 4,1989 wnhTNiCoupon I ■' I I ■ I ■' I # i ; I I I I I I I ; # : I I I I I I ■ ■ ' ♦ • a * 5 " S I COUPON " J Johnson’s C o t t o n S w a b s Z O O ’S $ }4 9 Coupon Expires March 4,1989 ■ C O U P O N --.».g g J Johnson’s B a b y L o t i o n s Regular, Unscented, or Baby Powder WJtflWlCoupon 9 Oz.$J99 Coupon Expires March 4,1989 wi« «k I I I I I I ■ I # % I ■ ■ I I ■ ■ I # I I a I I II ■ — *iSílSíSSTempra......... D r o p s $32915ml Coupon Expires March 4,1989 wnhTN« I I ■ I ■ ' ■ ' ■ ’ ♦ Coupon Expires Mirch 4,1989 PIlKGray Control Foam $399 œ SO z. % ' I ■ I I I I ■ ' I ’# • I I I I I I I ■ I I I I I I I ■ » COUPON ■ M M ■ ^ •■ ■■ ■ . » COUPON ■ ■ ■» ■■ R a v e H a l r s p r a y 7 0z. 7 9 Coupon ExplrMllwch 4,19t9 Crown \VDrugil W№TNtCoupon I I I I I I ■ I # E l e c t r i c a l T a p e 3/4” X 60’ 99^ _ Coupon Expires March 4, 1989 ^ M u l t i - P u r p o s e C l e a n e r Swâis 36 Oz. Coupon Explnt Mirth 4,1919 •COUPONJ Crown \VDrugii S o u p M u g With Recipe Design $2«9 Coupon Expires March 4, 1989 WWtTNiCoupon I I I I I I ■ I # 4 I I I I I I ■ ■ ♦ 1. Hodwilto, WIUow Oik Shopiilng CwUi'2. CImmam, WNIwood VWagt Slnpiilng Cenlir 3. Bimudi Quay Shopping Cmw, Advanc«, N.C.4. N1 Nm On* PMlway, WliwlavSalwi 5. Hqmoidi Minor Shgpulng Cantar, WInaton-Saltm I. NTS Mmwvfll* Road, Wlnilon^ilm t].«l7CoHi*yCUM. VadkinvMa, (Mon, TayloiwHi, Uiington, and Welcom 7.301 Arcadia Avenue, Winston-Salem 8. Hwes Mill, Winston-Salem9. Oldtown, 3716 Reynolda Road 10. M s v llle , 6499 Shallowford Rd., Winston-Salem11. Stinltyvllle, Old Highway 52 North12. King, Colony Centre Walkvtown, Highway 66 m IC H O P Wülour OD, Shoppbj Ctnla/lockivm Btimuda Ouiy Slionilnj CtntKUvinci Sports ............................................................. , ъ т DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 2, 1 9 89-lrf' ' W r e s t l e r s G o F o r T i t l e A g a i n T h i s W e e k e n d You won’t rind many high school coaches vyho’ll say anything nicc about hatl wcaihcr bin for Davic County wrcsthng coach Biiilcly Lowery, last week's snow was a blessing. The snowfall, which rcachcci 10 inchcs by Pri- day morning, pul a halt to the slate 4-A wrestl­ ing tournament at East Forsyth, which was scheduled for lasl Friday and Saturday, h has been reset for this Friday and Saturday. Davic was coming off its third straight Midwest 4-A regional lille when the precipitation hit. And Lowery said he welcomed the c.xtra time. “ I think the snow probably helped u s," he said. " I ’ve been working them too hard in prac­ tice and it will help correct my m istake.” Davie won the regional in I3oonc wilh 170 points to sccond placc South Stokes’ 146 and will send nine wrestlers to the state tournament. But the W ar Eagles were behind after two rounds and had to overcome both South Stokes and East For­ syth to win. Foster Beaucham p Ciuidlc-Раце K iger B lankenship M artin Chaffin Smith "These boys have never been behind after two rounds like they were in the regionals,” Lowery said. ‘‘So I really pushed them. I don’t think wc would have recovered if we had wrestled last w eek.” , Snow pelted Boone during that tournament but it wasn’t called off. “ The reason was it didn’t start snowing until Friday and all the teams were already there,” noted Lowery. Davie had four winners in the regionals: Brad Foster (112 pounds), Scott Beauchamp (125), Scott Page (140) and Eric Blankenship (160). Others going to East Forsyth this weekend are Jamie Caudle (135), Todd Kiger (152), M arty Martin (171) and Kendall Chaffin (189). Martin was suffering last week from a pulled thigh niusclc. “ The extra week will give him time to heal,” Lowery said. ‘‘It will help the other boys too. The week after the regionals was tough. The boys were were tired mentally and physically.” C an C ary Be Beaten? Lowery may be mòre pumped for the state tournament than his wrestlers. In the past twp Please Sec Wrestlers — P. 3B M a s h b u r n ’ s 3 2 ^ i n k s S p a r t a n s bavie, Kannapolis Face Off Thursday In CPC Semifinals B y R onnie G allagher bavie County Enterprise-Record W INSTON-SALEM - As ico n as the ball was jum ped up in its first round Central Pied- -jnont Conference tournament :Jam e against M ount Tabor Tuesday night, the Davie Coun­ ty girls fired off the starting line jike a Corvette on a quarter-mile Irack. - Allhough the team looked ^iiore like a Vega in the second lialf, the damage had been done 4П a 61-49 victory. ' , Davie led 16-0 before the host ^partans could even score and ;^t one point, owned a 26-6 ad­ vantage. r ’ I^6 unt T abor actually putscored the ^War Eagles 28-24 in the second half but the first Jtalf barrage, Avhich had Davie phead 37-23 at halftime, set the lone. “ The girls were really ready io play tonight,” said a reliev- jid coach Angie Browder after­ w ards. “ W e were great in the jirst half.” ]' Especially Beth M ashburn >who scored a season-high 32 points, 26 in the first 16 fninutes. Browder is hoping her inside game will continue its ‘dominance when Davie meets Kannapolis in the 6 p.m . wm ifinals Thursday night at M ount Tabor. Davie never played the third-seeded ^Wonders during the regular Kason but Browder has scouted them. “ You talk about physical,” Whewed Browder. “ Kannapolis has some big girls. But we’ll •just try and do things w e’ve .been doing all season on offense .and defense. j Mount Tabor can give Kan- ;napolis a piecc of advice on both. Defensively, Davic will create turnovers with its press and on offense, the W ar Eagles will look inside to M ashburn. Tuesday night, M ashburn was on fire from the start. She opened the game with two free throws and after a Samantha Simpson layup, the 5-8 forward poured in the next 12 points, the final two on a nifty pass from Shawn Smoot on the break. Al the end ofthe first quarter, she had 14 and Djivic led 20-4. “ Belh worked hard to get open underneath and Shawn, Buffy (Beck) and Shannon (Jor­ dan) were getting her the ball. She made some of those shots with people hanging all over her.” After hitting Davie’s first two buckets of the second period, Browder rested Mashburn and D avie’s offense sputtered. She put her star forward back in and M ashburn reeled o ff eight straight points for a 34-14 lead. At halftime, she was on a record pace. “ Beth’s not point-conscious, though, none o f our girls are,” Browder noted. “ We want to win the game and it doesn’t matter who scores. We knew at halftime, there was a long way to go.” Mount Tabor slowly but sure­ ly crawled back into the game, getting as close as seven down the stretch. Mashburn only had six in the sccond half but two of her points were probably the biggest of the game. The Spartans had closcd to within 52-45 with 4:35 remain­ ing and put Jordan on the line. She hit the first but missed the sccond. Mashburn was there for the follow shot, however, giv­ ing Davic a 55-45 lead. • PIvasc See M ashburn — P. SB Jones Davie County’s ‘Three Amigos’ (from left) Shawn Smoot, Beth Mashburn and Shannon Jor­ dan all reached milestones last week against Parkland. Ail three are averaging in double figures. / ‘R e c o r d S e t t e r s ^Three Amigos’ Reach Milestones Together Am igos” as their coach, Angie Browder, calls them , have started for three years and are ac­ customed to taking the big shot, grabbing the big rebound or hitting-the big free throw. The three have been doing it together since the fifth grade. G ood Friends From their first days o f playing recreation ball at Brock Gym to today, the three have been alm ost inseperable on and off the court. “ W e’ve always been good friends,” said Jordan. By Ronnie G allagher Davie County Enterprise-Record W INSTON-SALEM - Shawn Smoot’s shot swished through the nets and the Davie Coun­ ty bench erupted. Players and coaches went out on the court and mobbed Smoot, while in the stands, the W ar Eagle fans stood and cheered. The miniscule crowd on the home side of the Parkland gymnasium had no idea what the com ­ motion was about. But it didn’t matter. This was a Davie'County patty. No outsiders invited. Smoot had just scored the 1,000th point of her career, one of only a handfull o f players in school history to claim that distinction. The party broadened a few minutes laler when Shannon Jordan passed the 500-point mark. Beth M ashburn, who scored her 500th point a long time ago, grabbed seven rebounds against Parkland, giving hercxactly 500 going into the Central Piedmont Conference tournam ent M onday. The cjieers accorded the three Davie seniors were nothing new to any of them . The “ Three M ashburn said the friendships' carried over to the basketball court. “ I know where they like to shoot from and they know when to get the ball inside to m e,” she said. W hile all three are happy about the m ilestones, they were placid com pared to Browder, D avie’s first-year coach. She was ecstatic that she could revel in their ac­ complishments. And she thanks Bill Peeler, who resigned after a long and successful tenure last J o n e s A l s o G e t s 1 ,0 0 0 t h Shawn Smoot w asn’t the only Davie County basketball player to score her 1 ,000th point last week. North R o w a n ’s L o l a Jones, who lives in D avie County, rcached the m ilestone against Lc X - ington, scoring 24; points, putting her eight over the m ark. Jones m et Lexington again Saturday in the final regular season game and con- ' tinuedHier m asteiy over the Yellow Jackets, scoring 35 m ore. In the two games against the Jackets last week, she also pulled down 44 rebounds. “ She probably enjoys playing the gam e m ore than anybody I’ve ever seen,” said N orth coach G ary Atwell. So, if Jones lives in Davie County, why isn’t she play­ ing for the W ar Eagles? W ouldn’t a lineup o f Smoot and Shannon Jordan on the outside and Beth M ashburn and the 6-0 Jones on the in­ side make a dom inating . lineup? Actually, Jones played at Soulh Davie and is still good friends with Smoot. But she transferred to the Rowan County school in the middle o f her ninth grade year after difficulties arose. ‘\‘T here w ere som e discipline problems,” Atwell said, speaking for the timid Jones. “ And there were discipline problems when she Please Sec Amigos — P. 8B Please Ste Jones — P. 81$ J a y v e e G i r l s G i v e B u i i i n s G o i n g A w a y G i f t John Bullins is leaving Davie County Friday for Morganton Freedom High School. But his sendoff was perfect, as far as he was concerned. The coach of the jayvee girls basketball team watched his leam mash Parkland in the final regular season game ofthe year. 76-18, giving Bullins an unblemished 11-0 record in the Central Pied­ mont Conference and the league championship. It was the sccond jayvee championship in three years for Davie, the last coming during the 1986-87 season under coach Aileen Sjeslman. Davie finished 14-3 overall, losing its last nonconference game to'W est Rowan before reeling off 1 1 straight victories. “ The girls got a taste o f los­ ing to W est Rowan and I don’t think tlwy wanted lo lose again,” Bullins said. “ These girls w o rk ^ hard and always hustled. Their intensity in all games was probably the main reason we didn’t lose again.” Against Parkland, the Wiir Eagles gunned as if it were a close game. Stephanie Whitaker drove fo the basket and fired from outside, finishing with a season-high 21 points. Tiffany Flem ing hit enough layups to score 13. Bullins said the team would not be given a trophy. The CPC does not give them to jayvee teams, he said. But he will chcrish the memories of having the only undefeated jayvce team in CPC history. “ It’s a great feeling,” he said. “ I was blessed wilh a great group of girls.” Bullins resigned his teaching and coaching posts last month and is leaving Davie Friday for Freedom High School, where, he will take over the girls track program . He said he couldn’t think of a better way to leave the^ -school, where he graduated in 1984. “ To think that my last team; at Davie won the cham pionship: is very spccial,” hesaid. “ Fri-i day will be a very sad day for, me. Davie County has been real; good to m e.” His jayvee girls were real good to him as well. Against' Parkland, they gave him the perfect going-away present. ItìT ii '4 Oavla County IB SO 12 U 3 — M Parkland И М И « « — 70 Davla Counly — Nall 7. GuDadfa 3, №a«na 19,. Ptikef 15. Key 13, Spain 5, Junkar 5.Parklaml — La»io<i 4, WWla 8. Rota S2. Smith 2 1, winlamaon 14. Woodnill I. Becwda — paAland 4.16 (3-9). Davla County le (i-io ). Frcp Scores -D A V Il' C O U N T V ICN I K H I’RI.SK K K C O U l). T IIU K S D A Y ’, M iiiili 2, 1989 SCOREBOARD Basketball C E N T R A L P IE D M O N T 4-A BOYS IFlnai Standings) i-Sooth Rowan »•ReyncrfcJs i-West Forsyth v-Mount TatMf Kannapolis Biown Parkland Nortft Davidson Davte County Conf.Overal W L W L 8 0 i l 4 10 1 14 6 8 3 10 98 A J2 94 6 6 II 3 10 4 17 2 JO 10 11 1 10 2 16 GIRLS(Flnat Stanaingtf •South Rowan i-Davle County x-Kann. Brown -North Davidson leyndds West Forsyth Mount Tabor Parkland Conf. Overal W L W L 7 1 13 2 8 3 I I 7 7 3 В 9 9 4 14 7 6 5 П 35 6 9 11 3 9 6 12 0 14 0 32 Davie county Parkland 14 14 10 8 — 46 7 e 1 17 — 31 Oavie County — OonU 4, Hancock 4, Smoot 15, Jordan 6. Beck 2. Simpson A, MathOum 4. Os- torr>e S. Howell 2.Parkland — Srttcon 5. Sklapanis 2. Creen 19. Cranford I.Doyl« 4. Records — Davie County U-7 (B-3). Parkland •21 (0-l3i. Lale Friday B o y s S.'Rowan Л Dtvie County.----------Chapel HIS es... CiHs s. Rowan al Divie Coi0 ^ 1 ИЛ 52.................................Di«rt»am Jocdan 28 Saturday's Results Boys NVVOu«ord67... neidsvUieTO......... BockinehemC-..........SWOuMord Êt SaKibury..,. AaheboroM.......................... ..SEQuiMonl4B .^.W. OuMord SS ...C.DavfdaonST ...N. Owhafn S3 _.N .O «»U BonU ,.l4 ÌÌn |o n ^ (0 ^ i.Momoônwry73...r.Fo>n*ia(W-sn< ^6an-M«ntwwa at N. M п С «М в 4 ...eWR«>doÿh45 .E.Montoomafyes ..................evKai»ó...........................lata........................_...tata Ciris ...НеОШоа154 ....W.OuMordSr ___R«l(levee4ie.Oi«Mo>datE.OuiSWOdttordaiSMi MOwMaoR47. N.M iboroUrawn48 «Э0 ,.Б.Мол1вот«уМ КЩ тлл»1л ошытСеглылп ■ g S e S i ï î Ï Ï H ^ IMt»ewn bojft (е*! 1} V8. МЯЮ1 Tabor *Ä SiiiS & ^2ai «ta aou» 1ю«чп(1э-з), т _ . С«му boy» (М •) V». iMlIti Rowtn 11Ь » » » .w . Fertyth grtt ( f .11) м . К а гтр ем »own ' ** му» (4 .fT ) V». W t« FOrayth (iO-9), ^ -«Tab erg rt» (».13) n .D t« l9 County ( I I . ^)«№М«МаопЬоу» О 0 И ) V». RvynoWi (14- ■;30 p.m.________________________________________6 htt30p.m . Ш т ю А г ь i-Mofth Otvtdion M t’ Г а и^Llro«n4lounl Tabor boy»* irifWMV». Dtvtt* ‘ Rowtn «ММГ. 7:30 » . w .______________ Т Ш Ш О А ГЧ О О Т М и For»yttA.L. •roem 0rt»' irtnntt v». Mount r^DtvIt «innir. e p.m.' V ltttFoitylhbttft’ wtnnwv^ North Ипп»гГтгЗО p.m. QM ' ttmtflnü «kmtra. • p.m. •ey»' ttmMnal iHnntn. 7t90 p.m. МЕЛЮ 4-A •o v t i.(üanni.Qraanaboro Pa|a Carvtr(ktanaboro Smith North Forsyth CMtForirth Conf. W L 10 0 6 4 5 9 5 5 3 7 I 9 O virsi W L 22 1 12 10 )0 12 14 9 9 11 9 14 ( М М а п М ) Conf.OvartI W 1.W L i4ìraaniboro F fg i 9 i 2) 2 i-North Fo.ayth 8 2 16 4 Gttnn 5 5 11 11 Carver 9 5 11 12 Graanaboro Smith 3 7 7 16 UMFortyth 0 10 2 IB W r i t A j S )am m eÊà. я й » m омпи w » ichoo» — ìrM w eow o H ü н т т м у» (••14) at Carvi Ш 9 т т т т $ т 'Ш т п . » . 7;30 p.m. FRIDAY’S CHAMPIONSHIPS Girla' S Boys' f winners, e p.m. wlnneri. 7:30 p.n Conf.Overal W L W L В 2 19 4 7 3 17 6 6 4 IS e 6 4 IS 72 a 6 16 1 9 4 te Conf.Overal W L W L 10 0 17 3 6 4 12 6 6 4 10 12 5 5 9 13 2 8 7 16 I 9 2 19 NORTH CENTRAI 4-A BOYS(Final Standings)__________________ i-GÔ Grtmstey i-Rcidsvilie y.GB Dudley Eden Morehead Soulh Stokes Southeast Guilford GlPtS (Flnaf StaM ngi) »•South Stokes Reidsville Southeast Guilford Greensboro Dudley Greensboro GrImsJey Eden Morehead North C«ntral VA (3) (At Creensbwo Ortmiley High School)____________ TUESOAY’S FIRST ROUND__________________________ GB cnmsiay girls (7<16) va. OB Dudley (9-13), 4'30 p m.£dan Morehead girls (2-19) vs. SE Guilford (10* 12). 8:30 p.m.SE Guilford twys (4.18) vs. GB Dudley (lS-8). S p.m. WEDNESDAY’S SEMIFINALS________________________ Moreheod-SE Guilford girls' winner vs. RekJsvlila (12-0}, 4:30 p.m. Grimsley-Dudley glrlt’ wlnr>er v i. South Siokes (>7-3). 6:30 p.m.__________________________________ WEDNESDAY'S FIRST ROUND_____________________ South Stoket boyt (6-16) vs. Eden Morehead(1S>7), B p.m._______________________________________ THURSDArS StMIFtNAlS__________________________ SE Guiirord-Dudley boyt' winner vs. Raldsvtiie (17-6). e p.m.South Stokes-Morehesd boyt* vrlnntf vi. GBGrimsley (19.4). 8 p.m. ________________________ FWIDAY'8 CHAMPIONSHIPS_________________________ Girls' tamlflnsl wlnr>ers. Ume TBA Boys' temlfinal w(nr>ers, time T8A FOOTHILLS 3-A BOYS(final Standngs) I'StatesvlUe i-Wilkes Central 1-Nonn Suny К North IredeU est Iredetl Forbush South IredeQ Conf. W Lto 1 9 Э B. 4 e 6 6 6 1 )0 1 11 OvwalW L20 1 15 7 17 в 11 10 12 9 I 20 4 16 e m (Firmai Standoci) Ж-North U»(M x-WNlie« Canual i-Soutftimfal y-Fo(t)uih StatasvH» Nonr» Surry Wtst Iredtll Conf. W I 10 2 9 3 8 4 7 4 6 I J l I n w 19 3 17 514 e 13 810 10 4 18 4 17 r $ t m b P A ( 4 >(At ItattaHM HIgi Шеьовп MONDArt FM8T NOIMD 8tait»««a ^ t (10*10) V». Foibuth (13-8). 8:30 p.m. Marü» Surry ÿrfa (4 .|в ) va. wnha* Cent/el (17. Э). 7 p.m. Wett ireOM boy* (12-9) vt. f4orth Ireoe» (I !• lOj. Д.-45 p.m. ___________^______ TUESOAr» FIRST ROUND Wett Irtdta frit (4.17) vt. South IrwMI ( 14.0). 9:30 p.m. South IrtdaM boy» (4-18) vt. WPkM Cantral ( 1 &• 7). 7 p.m. Forbuth boyt (1-20) vt. North Suny (17.8). 8:30 p.m.____________________________________________ W fONISOArS Sf MIFINAU Statatvtne.Fofbuth gint' wlnrwr vt. North Iradea (19-3). 7 p.m. Wett Ira^n-North «rade« boyt' wlnner v». StatatvWe (20« 1). 8:30 p.m.______________________ THURSDAY'S M M n U LS Watt liadtd.South IredeK girlt’ wlnr>er vt. North Suny.WMket Canuti wlrvïef. 7 p.m. FArbuah-North Suny boys' winner vt. South Ira-öal'WHkat Cantral wmnar. 8:30 p.m.____________ FWDATS CIIAMPWNÌWPS_________________________ Orta' temlflnai wlnnart, 7 p.m. 8oyt' semifinal winners. 8:30 p.m. NOmiWEST 2-A m ä t u nm m ) k-CattSuny Mtoum Airy i-8urmouM r-w tctw »« » ycwcralyWtl П 'tMStokt» СаяГ. W L11 1ê 47 5 в б 5 7 4 ВI И W L IB 5 13 IO 15 7 IO 128 14 9 13 2 20 {ЯИ Ш 1М ЯШ Р I-Cict SurryI'Starmount i4lounlAln y-NofthS(oM» Watt Wl»t»Y Cantral 1 WIM»SÜrryCttorthV Canf.Ovtrai W L W L i i 1 IB 4 9 3 13 9 В 4 19 4 e e 13 9 4 В 7 15 4 В 11 11 0 12 4 IB (At 8Mwy CamwunWy CtHagt. Doattn) MONOAVS FWST WOUND________________________ watt WHMa фп» (7.i8) vt. Nonn stoMt (13* 9). 5 p.m.North Wilkat boy» (9>1Э) va. Starmount (18>7), 8:30 p.m.Surry Ctntral boya (8>14) vt. Waat WUkaa (10* 12). SP.W . TUtSOArS FmT WOUNO Surry Camral 0Па ( 11 • 11 ) vt. Mount Alry ( 19>4), North WUkat gn» (4. IS) vt. Stannount ( 13*9). 8:30 p.m.North Stoliaa boy» (2-20) v». Mount Airy (12. 10). 8 p.m.______________________ WlDWlSOArS SmHFlNAU • IB M » grt» (^ I8 j M Can«# (i I • 12). 8 P.m. IMI Hiwm ^ (ilB) at QMM (1M Г). 8 FWenii M ie (B-l II et Oi Imiih (14.»), T iM Р.Я." ■ “ “ “ (B*I4) 8t Carvar (10«12), ,-?T ■•North Ro»«t i-Thoffia»««aK-StMbury iL M ln ^ i-SW âSÏQrd Canf. W L WMtOtvUionЯ т т м ти л о ш т 5 IO S 10 4 to I 14 W l 14 3 13 I 11 312 • • 12 • 12 10 10 • 13 2 1« W L 14 1 m i ao a i-East DtvWson x-North Rowan i-leiJngton i.SW Gullford y.Ledfofd blisbury Randleman West Davidson 13 27 58 7 7 8 S IO 3 7 Э 11 3 12 17 412 5 i l l i9 128 Ì34 10 7 145 16 Ctntral Carolina 2»A t6) MONDArS FIRST ROUND (At Ledford Hllh School) Randleman gins (7.14) vt. Thomisvltle (20-2). e p.m. Salisbury girla (4.10) vt. Eatt Davtdaon (17.4), 7i30 p.m. Randleman boys (8> 13) va. North Rowan ( 14«3). 9 p.m.___________________________________ TUESDAri FIRST ROUND (At Letffafd Wg» Sehow) Ledford girts (8>13) vs. North Rowan (12.5]. 8 p.m. Ledford boyt (0-12) vt. ThomtsvlKt (13.0), 7:30 p.m.Welt Davtdson boya (10.10) va. Saitabury (| |. 3>. gp.m . _____ WEDNESDAY'S FIRST ROUND (At Ledford High School) SW Guilford gins (0.12) vs. Laiingion ( i 1.11), 6:30 p.m. SW Guilford boys (9.12) va. Lexinron (12.9), 8P.m. _______________________________ THURSOAY'S SEMIFINALS(At Thofwasr«» Hljft School)_______________________ SW Omiford-Leilnron girls’ winner vs. Randle- man.Thomtsviiie winner, 0:30 p.m.SW Ouflford.Uilngton boyt' winner vt. RarvM. mtn-North Rowtn winner. 8 p.m. FRIDAY'S SEMIFINALS(At Thomaivtte High School)_______________________ Ledford.North Rowan gint' wirwer vt. Sailtburyv e«at DavWeon winner. 0:30 p.m. Ladford.ThomatvUla boyt' winner vt. w ttt Dt.vloson.Sntbury winner. 8 p.m. ____________ SATUROArS CNAMPIONSIflPS (At Thom atvt High Sahooi)_______________________ Gins' temlfintl wlnnart. 6:30 p.m. Boyt* temiftnal winntrt. 8 p.m. JACK80NVII.L8 (71)Brown lO-tB 0-0 22. Law 7-23 3*5 17. Aldrich 1.2 M 3, Laouerre I.S 0-0 3. Taylor 6.19 0.0 12. Boykin t.3 0.1 2. Slocum 5-10 0-1 12. Tolafa 31.7S 4*8 71.N.C..CKARLOTTe (84)Pettier «-0 t.3 tl. 6*11 3-5 0-0 6, Pobton h7 0.02, DInklna 13-17 4.4 30. Wllliama 0.I5 0-0 10. Banister 0-0 1-2 1. Weal 3.S 2.4 B. Washlnglon I.S 0-0 2. Totals 30.02 0-13 64.HairtJme-.N.C..Charlolte 39. Jackaonvilie 34. 3-polnl guela—Jacksonville 0.14 (Brown 2-5. Ufiuerre t-4, BoyUn 0>1. Slocum 2*4). N.C.- Cherlone 4-7 (Peralay 2-2. Wllliama 1-3, Waif 1.2). Fouled oul—None. Re- bounda—Jackaonvlile 30 (Law 10). N.C.-Chariot-te 30 ------ - '• Brown ouls-Jachaonviiie A-2.090. a—jacKsonvme 3 i (taw io). N.c..(;nariot- (Pereley Я). A§eiii»—JMck$or>vme 17 1 0). N.C..Chartone 21 (Dinkins 7). Total ■Jackaonvilie 11, N.C.-Charlotte 11. Wrestling Mat News Standings 4-A 1. Davie County 2. Cary 3. East Gaston 4. South Stokes 5 . E a s l M e c k le n b u rg 6 . D u rh a m J o rd a n 7 . W -S P a rk la n d 8. 71st (Fayetteville) 9. East Burke 10. Kannapolis Others; New Bern East Forsyth, N. Durham 3-A 1. High Point Andrews 2. West Henderson 3. Statesville 4. D.H. Conley 5. Northeast Guilford 6. Northwest Cabarrus 7. South Iredell 8. Sun Valley 9. Enka 10. C.D. Owen (Asheville) 1-A/2-A 1. Southwest Guilford 2. Starmount 3. Smokey Mountain 4. Piedmont 5. Alleghany 6. Mt. Plea.sanl 7. Northwest Ashe 8. Salisbury 9. East Davidson JO. Mitchell Counly Racing NASCAR Schedule M M V h S Waat wikta.Nofth Stokaa gwa' w^mtr va, laat Suny (18.4). 8:30 p.m.Surry Cantral.Watt WNkta boya* wMntr v. fati Suny (18.6), • p.m. TWUMOAY'S SfMIFIHAU Suny Cantra|.|^lowK Airy art»' wmnar V». North WUiat.Starmount «Шпаг. еГзо p.m.North wiiKa».8tannoi«it boy»' wirmtr vt. NorthStokaa.Mount Airy wtrmr. 8 p.m._________ FWOAVS CIIAIgHOIIHIPB_____________ OKI»' aamiflnat wMnara, 8:30 p.m.Boy»' aamiftna* winnar», S p.m. cENTtM. cam iNA 2-a •OYt( f m n im t i» )________________ Mvoh 10 lytotorcrBft 600 A M * Г гм а м м и о A prt* VallWiM* Mm M SOO AptMM Пп1илИп400 April 23 PanniU SwMtmirtl SOO MayT WInitonSOO Щ » JUM4 Duihmlur 600 JUM 11 8мга Роки kiMmaUonal Jun* 18 MUtar Htoh UM BOO JWM2S MHIw Amwtcwi 400 July 1 PW«I400 July»AC бигк Pkio SOO JulyM TlM dwa OMiard SOO Aug. 13 Buawillir Al Th* OMn Aug. 20 Ciiampkin 8pwk РШО 400 AUS.M euMtiloo a w ts а м м м ш м awt. 10 Ш т Hloh IM 400 в«ЧЙ. 17 PMk NrtonnanM ЮО iW I.2 4 Qoody'ttOO 0M .1 М к |Н п м 4 М o a k t о м а д е м и и а Nm . •CliMkwIOO Nm. 1«АММа JaumH ЮО '■ 'i M att Vaui'hters led ihc jayvee team in .scoring in cach game he played this season and was brought up to the varsity Mondiiy niuht for ils playoff gam e. _ p„„,„ GallaRher D a v i e G i r l s S e c o n d S e e d One interested party at Satur­ day's makeup game belwcen Kan­ napolis and North Davidson was Davie girls coach Angie Browder. Her team would be seeded third in the confcrence tournament if Kan­ napolis won. But North pulled off the upset, 47-46, dropping Kannapolis lo 7-3, a half-game back of Davie’s 8-3. So, instead of playing,dangerous We.st Forsyth in the first round of the tournament, the War Eagles look on host and sevenlh seed Mount Tabor. If Kannapolis faces Davic in the tournament, it will be the first meeting of the year. Measles and snow stopped both games between the two. The complete tournament pair­ ings are in the .scoreboard on Page B2. South Wins Two teams that weren’t even ex­ pected to fight for the Central Pietl- mont Conference titles because of the measles, finished as the regular season champions. South Rowan’s girls and boys were CPC champs. iThe boys finished 8-0 and 11-4, while the girls were 7-1 and 13-2. In the boys race. South was followed by Reynolds (10-1, 14-6) and West Forsyth (8-3,10-9), both also-rans who were revived by new couches. All three teams have won automatic state playoff berths. Mount Tabor was fourth and will make the state playoffs as long as one of the lower seeds don'l win the conference tournariient. The same goes for the fourth place North Davidson girls. Soulh, Davie Counly (8-3. 11-7) and Kan­ napolis (7-3, 8-9) have automatic berths, Kannapolis was anoiher stricken with the measles and didn’t play all of its scheduled games. What should be one of the strongest baseball teams in recent Davic Counly memory will start its season March 7. The War Eagles, coached by David Hunt, will travel to Central Davidson March 7 for a scrimmage game, beginning at 4 p!m. The first regular season contest will be played March 15 at Rich Park at 4 p.m. After an open date Notebook on March 17, Davie faces a full schedule, h will play five games in the final 11 days of March. The confercnce opener will also be at Rich Park March 31 against Parkland. The War Eagles will participate in the Salisbury Tour­ nament April 14-15 and 17 al Catawba College. The jayvee baseball team, under the direction of first-year coach Jim Lightle, has tentatively scheduled a game al Easl Rowan March 15. The jayvees’ first home game is set for March 21 at 4 p.m. againsi Statesville. Track, Tennis Opener Davie Counly will open ils track season March 16 at North Rowan. The War Eagles will face Ihe Cavaliers and West Rowan. The first home track meet is slated for March 23 against Parkland and \^[asi Forsyth. Tennis coach Marion Pitts’ will have a scrimmage match wilh North Rowan March 9 at 3:30 p!m. al Davie before opening the season March 20 here against Parkland. Danny Frank and Owen Calvert lead a number of reluming players into action for Davie. Tennis Rankings Calvert was one of three Dayie County lennis playcis who have been ranked by the North Carolina Tennis Association. Calveri is ranked 72d in Boys.'16 Singles. His brother. Hayes Freuler,' is the highest ranked of any local. He is 2Sth in Boys 12 singles. Carrie Brown is also ranked in Please See Notebook — P. 3B PLAYER OF THE WEEK kl Stephanie W hitaker Scored 21 points against Parkland as the JV girls won the CPC Championship, 76-18 H w y. 601 N . - Y adkinville Rd. M ocksville, N .C . 2 7 0 2 8 I DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 2, 1989-3B Three Magic Word$ Of Adulthood: i Hate Snow’ 1 am now going lo use a llircc-word plirasc llial all adults over lhc age of 18 are allowed to use in Ihc winter. ; 1 HATE SNOW. You can say it with me if you'd like. ■ I HATE SNOW. ■ • Over Ihe pasl two weeks. I've figured out whal ^‘pure as the driven snow" means, ll means lhal ' driven snow, quite frankly, is pure hell. ■ ; Snow can changc a person and his liabils. ll's ' jnowcd here for two straight weeks and let me •tell you, it’s been one big pain in the snowball. ! Here are some impressions of llie 1У89 snow: Snow arrives nl Ihe most iiiuppiirlime limes. Do you realize that our first snow of llie year camc two days after the temperature reached 82 degrees? Only 48 hours before Ihc .sliiveriii!; began, I was running the air conditioner, for cryin’ out loud. I was wearing shorts, playing beach music, thinking of gelling a Ian. And then ... BAM. While stuff. I HATE SNOW. The (inly people who like snow are school children and Food Lion m a n a g e rs . It’s been said that man docs not live by bread alone but whoever said lhal hasn’t been to a Davic County Food Lion Ihe day before a predicted snow. Food Lion managers love il. The snow brings the people in droves, Food Lion makes money and the manager gets a raise. N o t e b o o k R o n n i e G a l l a g h e r Doesn't sound bad. ! As far as children go, ihcy don't have to worry about snow. They're not adults yet. They don’t have to get up and llgure out how to get the car oul of Ihc driveway. To t^icm, every snow i.s a holiday. In fad. we shouUl just ¡make cach snow a na­ tional holiday. We have lo many other stupid holidays, why not Snow Day? If wc can have a holiday for Columbus, wc can have one for snow. : Davie Dateline gei.s ull .«rcM'ed iip. You can read all you vjaiil and plan to attend all you want but if it snows, forget it. Bingo is cancelled. Homemakers club meetings are cancelled. If Ihcrc was a Wudgc mecling. il would be cancelled too. ; , '• I like sludge belter Ihan I like snow. Wait a minute. 1 see hère lhal there’s a meeting scheduled for the Woodmen of lhc World, This may be the only group who likes snow, Sporls come to a screeching hall when it snows. All sports lake a back seat to .snow. Well, almost all .sports. The only sport popular in lhc snow is skiing, perhaps the dumbe.st of all athletic endeavors. Don’t you think skiing is kind of dumb? You gel up cn top of a slippery mountain with sleds on your feet and you go down. Big deal. Try not to.' Try going up. Then, it would be a .sport. You luok out Ihe window a lot when It snows. There’s nothing el.sc to do. You can’t get out of the driveway so you pcrch yourself in front of the window pane and snicker as the Ford Escort irics lo slide its way down the highway. Hey, look, here comes Junior York’s tow truck heading north to pull someone out of the snow. Hey, look, there goes Junior York’s low truck heading soulh to pull someone out of the snow. While looking oul Ihe window, you slarl eating. And I mean real food, like cookics, pies and cakes. Once the snow has left, you won't make it lo work the ne.tt day. When ihey come to find you, you'll be on the lloor in :i sugar coma. People can’l drive even when Ihc .snow has - ■ cicarcd. : V' Remember the first snow? Remember how il was all dried and gone by Ihe weekend? You :■ wouldn’t know It by watching people drive around here. They could see snow on Pilot ' J; Mountain and think, “ That snow is too close to^• Davie Counly. I better slow down.” So they go- 25 miles under the speed limil, even though Ihej' roads arc as dry as a martini. These people arc usually senior cilizcns, the same ones who call the paper and tell Dwighi •’ there’s loo much dang sports in the paper and we ought to be running Viola's chickcn pie supper instead. I figured they were driving slow in froni of me for spite because they don’t like sports. Then again, I shouldn’t get on senior citizens,’ for driving slow in the snow. Heck, they driye :• .slow all the time. • Well, it’s Tue.sday morning and there is no ;; snow in sight. Feels real good, too, not having to worry about snow. I'm .starting to think of the beach again. ;; Wait. I knew it was too good to be true. There arc more reports thal it will snow again. ; Well, I guess 1 better get in iny car, drive real slow, and head to Food Lion for some bread. ; Coming wilh me? continued from P. 2B ; Ihe 12-year old group. She is 42d : in Girls 12 Singles. Good Luck Charm : - What’s the real reason behind .’Angle Browder’s success in her • first season at Davie High? Try Grandma Browder, her good luck charm. ; Jessie Browder, 81, of Advance attends almost all of her grand- ,daughter’s games. ; “ She never used to watch me ^play,’’ Browder said. “ But she came to a few games early this ’ season and we won and won and .won. So I want her.here every game. We win when she’s here, r • ‘ ‘She made lunch for Ihe players ■ at Christmas and they all like her,” . Browder said. “They just call her, ‘Grandma.’” Actually, Grandma Browck-r. is one of the many who make up Browder’s owr, Davic Counly en­ tourage, which includes Mom, Dad, brother, friends, former teammates and roommate. In fact, the “ Browder Army” came close to outnumbering Mount Tabor’s following Tuesday night. And the game was played at Mount Tabor. Future Babe Ruth? Tennis coach Marion Pitts has a new addition lo his tennis court in a newborn son, David, which weighed six pounds, three and a half ounces. Asked if this was a future John ■ M ctnroe, Pitts replied no. This one will be more like a Babe Ruth. “ I’ve already bought him the b.'i.scball uniform,’' cluicklcd I'iils. Only Loijs West Rpwan’s jayvee girLs team was gooil i so good in fad thal the Falcons iwon the Soulh Piedmont Confercniie championship with rni 8-0 record. west Vas also a gaudy 12-1 overall. l(|’s only loss. You guessed il, to Davie Coun­ ty, the Gdnlral Piedmont champ. Davie Neighbors Daviejr/eighbors Starmount and Norlh Iredell are playoff bound while Foi bush is one of the few boys tcilms with a record worse than Day e's, Chad Ti-iplctte, who is al.so a slar for the Mocksville Legion baseball team, is leading the Slannount boys into the playoffs. The Rams finish­ ed third ip the Northwest 2-A and is assured of a stale berth, along wilh first place East Sun)' ant! .VJounl Airy. Sl;irn)i)tint's * 17 * Vl- .7 .----- tiiM ntrviieiiu III IIII; siiiit* *#-A wresiJing lour- W r e s t l e r s : continued from P. IB years, he has finished sevenlh and i r ' second, both times to Cary, Last year, Jerry W interion’s club defeated Oavie by 65'A points, Bul Ihis year, Davie is the ; ¡'I favorile, having held the number one ru ^ n g all season in Bob : Lowery is War Eagles have ’ the Imps by 30 ^,pgtau witepec, 22 WRALTour- Raleigh. Oiher than reigning teams will pose a guessing game for Davie, “ You really don’t know that much about the wrestlers from Ihe other parts of the .stale,” he said, “ So I’ll talk lo coaches 1 know. It will be a word-of-mouih thing. Hopefully, we can do well in the firsl round and walch Ihe other wrestlers.” East Forsylh has released the schedule for this Friday and Salur­ day. Weigh-ins will be from 7-8:15 ; a.m, each day: Friday, March 3 girls finished second behind East Surry, Mount Airy also qualified. In Ihe Foolhills 3-A, Norlh Iredell’s girls won the league with 10-2, 19-3 marks. Wilkes Central and Soulh Iredell also qualified for slale play. Forbush finished fourth and will go to the state playoffs as long as a lower seed doesn't win the tournament. Forbush finished 7-4 and 13-8 behind record-.selter Karen Davis. Forbush’s boys weren't as lucky, fini.shing 1-20. Slate.sville'.s boys took the title and will go to the state playoffs with Wilkes Central and North Surry. North Iredell's boys were 6-6 and 11-10 and finished fourth. The Raiders will go to the state as long as a lower seed doesn't win the tournament and that's highly- unlikcly since Slalesvillc has the top'rankcti boys (cam in the slate. The CiicN'houiuls arc 20-1. Dcspilo ¡1 liij’off due lo iiieasle.s, .Smith Rowan’s hoys the C l’C 1ч.ци1аг season title. — Photos hy ,|ini still won : 3arrinuer 9 a,n), — First round matches. 3:30; p.m . — First round consolations. 7:30 p.m. — Quarterfinals. Saturday, M arch 4 9 a:m . — Second round consolillions. 1 p.i|i. — Semifinals. 3 p.m . — Consolation quaneifinals. 5 p.m . — Consolation semifinals. 7 p.m. — Consolation finals. 8 p.i|i. — Championship round. « Р I D * 3 0 0 0 f W The 1989Big Dodge Truck Push ■x] isonandlhismaybethebesttimeallyear lo get a great deal on a new Ram Tough Dodge pickup. .HiSSi®’’“ ' Pius.ioralimitedtime.we\egotbigcashbacksavingsonmostmadels: in slock.' We've gol a huge selection oltnicks on Ihe lot! Hurry in to your Dodge dealer's Big Dodge TmckPush lor greal deals, cash back and package savings on many models today! 'M 0 /H i«flonciri/P Gel3fíam rough D/W 250 lor your lough trucking needs 3ml save when you combine $2000 cash back and SIOOO Prospector III Discount Package savings." 'BSOAKan dtieck out Ihe loi/ghnew spirit 0/Dodge in America's only true mid-siie pickup, Dodge Dakota, with SIOOO back. Or, choose low 43% APR rmandngr' Plus, add our Piospeclor III Package lo a Dakota 4x2 and save an additional SIlOO- that's S2I00 total «ilh cash back." Or get a D.ikola S and $300 cash back. * W O O S ^ ’M MNWC 0- >00 The Big Dodge Tmck Push means a flam lough D-tOO lull-size pickup wilh SIOOO pash back. Get 7/70 protectkm! too. ^BACK *89 ОООСШЯЛМСНЛЯСев Get an vxcidng Dodge Ranwtiargcr utility veiiide in choice of, 2 or 4'Wtieel drive ¿ind right 1Ш get a big $1500 asti biicli. • Cash back offer excludes diesels, and selected other models. * • Total savings based on combining cash back and discounl package savings. Discount pkg. savings vary by model and package and are based on list prices of pkQ items ll sold separately. tSee 7/70 powertrain limited warranty and its restncl»ons at dealer. • Financing for qualified buyers through Chrysler Credit Corp. on select models in stock. Dealer contribution may affeci final price. Longer term rates also available. Ask for delails. , THE TOUGH mvif SPmiT OF DODGE' CARS • TRUCKS • m PO RTS s a m n a o o G E B E M U R . m a e m tough kew spirit shows. T W O висш up...AHo P L m e orive safclï. Your Full Chrysler—PIvmouth^Dodge —Dodge Truck Dealer F u r c h e s M o t o r C o . , I n c . 1 4 7 D e p o t S tre e t, M o c sk v ille, N .C .7 0 4 - 6 3 4 - 5 9 4 8 ' -'Й 4B-DAVIE COUNTV ENTERI'RrSE KECOKI), THURSDAY, Marcli 2, 1989 S o u t h E n d s B o y s ’ S e a s o n By Ronnie Gallagher Davie Counly Enterprise-Record WINSTON-SALEM - You could say the best Ihing about the boys basketball season occurrcd Monday nighl. ' ll ended. Davic wcnl down meekly lo lop- seeded Soulh Rowan in the first ' round of Ihe Central Piedmont Conference. 83-64 in a game lhat wasn'l thal close. Thus, Sieve Hurley's firsl season as coach of Davie was anything hut enlightening. The War Eagles finished with a 2-17 rccord. “ ll was Ihe kind of year from start to finish where nothing went right," Hurley said when Ihc debacle wils over. Technically, Ihc game ended after aboul three minutes of play. After five Davic possession.s, each starter had committed a turnover and South had a 10-0 lead. Davie . had yet lo lake a shot. ; ‘‘They were pressing and we - Vweren’l in nur pressing offense,” Hurley said. - ::'lt only gol wor.se. Germain ^ jvlayfield finally hit Davie’s first -Ibueket, a three-pointer with 5:02 ;:ieft In the firsl quarter bul bv the period's end. South was leading by 1.5, 22-7. Still, Davic made a mn in Ihc se­ cond quarter, oulscoring Soulh 19-15 behind Jimmy Greene and Mayfield. Soulh oulscorcd Davie by two in the third period and si.x in ihe fourth. “ That means we were only oulscorcd by four points over the lasl three quarters, which isn't bad againsi a team as powerful as Soulh,'' Hurley said. “ But wc always seem lo have lhat real bad quarter thal does us in." There was another problem Hurley couldn't solve — 6-7 Raider center Larry Lentz, who hil 16-of-18 from the field and scorcd 34 points. “ Lentz was a greal player tonight," Hurley .said. “ Face il, wc can’t malch up wilh ihem when he’.s in the game. If you noticed, when he was out, we did match up well. He changed ihe complex­ ion." Greene ended his shorl baskel­ ball career by leading the team with 18 points. Todd Gulledge scored 12 and Mayfield 11. “ Jimmy Greene ha.s been our leader," said Hurley. “ He gained more confidence as Ihc year went on. Thai’s Ihc way it’s been with U.S. Wc gol Ihc contributions from people we weren’t counting on and Jinuny was one.” As far as South is concerned. Hurley thinks the Raiders have the ingredienls lo represent the CPC well in Ihe stale playoffs. ‘They have good shooters, smart players and big people,” he said. “ And of course, they have Lentz. I really Ihink they can go a long way if the chemistry stays righl. In fact, I Ihink they can play beller than they did lonighl.” Notes: • Mayfield led the rebounders wilh 10. • Davie outrebouhded Soulh 35-33 in Ihe game. • Olher Duvie players scoring were Ryan Parker, Alex Nail, Denny Key, Clint Junker and Matt Vaughters. Vaughlers was brought up from Ihe jayvee team. • Greene was 6-of-8 from the field while Davie was 22-of-5.9. Soulh was 36-of-65. • G reene, M ayfield and Gulledge all had two ihrcc- poinlers. Key and Parker had one. • Davie's lasl shot of Ihe season was an airball. D a v i e R e m a i n s I n L a s t P l a c e WINSTON-SALEM - The ;i;Davie Counly-Parkland boys i^Baskctball game Friday night was t ;dcfinitely nol for bragging rights •;;in Ihe Cenlral Piedmont '•“'Conference. i;:- -: It .was more or less to see who |;;epuld stay out of last place. : And when Parkland had secured > jts 70-66 overtime victory, Davie >n{ad last place all to itself. '• J The War Eagles are 1-9 in Ihe >jEPC and 2-16 overall. i < “ This was just another chapter i*lti the nightmare season that we’re jiiaving,” said coach Stev<! Hurley. Wins Combined ¡The two teams had combined for jJ'-fjye victories coming inlo the con- iitest and it was evident by the tur- ¿ijover count in the final three i-'minutes. Neither team could gain ¿■ a workable lead because of a com- i.bined seven miscues. 2*:; it appeared Parkland would ' ;v^wecp away to the win as it led > ib-54 with five minutes left. 1^:; №hind 6-7 reserve Brian Spain, ;tlte War Eagles fought back into the »J.gpme. A Ryan Parker drive and a 5 J|mmy Greene free throw cut the ^ lead to three and then Spain rattl- Si 'ed home a turnaround jump shot l^'for^ 60-59 Parkland lead. S i 'A'Parker steal resulted in two ^•frM throws with 47 seconds left ;;>a^ a 64-63 deficit. ’After Parkland missed the front »»end of a one-and-one. Denny Key ‘.^¡grabbed the rebound and threw the bfdl away. But Greene stole it right ♦ tacit, was fouled intentionally with 18 seconds remaining. ’He hit the first one but missed the second. However, because of ,;i'the intentional foul, possession re- ;|inained in Davie’s favor, i ;But following the script, Davie ^ timed the ball over again, this time ' bii Alex Nail's traveling violation, ^sending the game into overtime. .'iCat And Mouse '-Davie won the tip and im- ' mediately stalled to the 1:38 mark. ' ' ; As soon as Ihe team did go for ^ 'the basket, Parker was called for iin offensive foul. Parkland gave it vj-jght back on a traveling call. !'i Then, Nail misfired on a 20-footer.' ^ }' '.i; ¡ Greene traded baskels wilh James White and then Kevin Ross drove for a 68-66 Mustang lead. Nail missed again from outside bul the Parkland leam kept giving Davie chances. Key missed two shots and on the scamble for the rebound, the ball went out of bounds lo Davie wilh six seconds left. Nail fired his third long jumper of the overlime while falling to the fioor. The shot was short and Parkland was fouled at the buzzer, adding Ihe final two points. Nail's final shot was directly in front of the Davie bench and Hurley couldn't believe Ihere was no foul called. “ Alex was mugged,” he .said. “ But that's the way il's been go­ ing for us all year. We can'l seem to get that crucial call.” Greene scored 17 poinls had 11 rebounds. Parker had 15 and Key 13. “ Al times. I've seen some good things this year,” Hurley said. . I ,)iinniv Greene .scored 18 points against South Davic Monday night. “ We’re beller than our record and Parkland is beller than theirs. But our team needs another year. This season was just nol meant lo be." Notes: • Nail finished wilh seven — Plioto by Jim Barringer points, while Spain and Junker each had five. Germain Mayfield and Todd Gulledge. two apiece. CAROLIMATIRE INVENTORY REDUCTION SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE TIRES • APPLIANCES • MOWERS STEREOS • TILLERS • VCR’S • TV’S O p e n (O r R e o p e n ) A B u d g e t A c c o u n t F o r $ 2 5 0 .0 0 O r M o re .... R e c ie v e A F re e F lo rid a V a c a tio n 6 days/5 nights EV ER Y TH IN G IN O U R S T O R E IS O N SA LE I H u rry fo r th e b ig g e s t s a le w e h a v e e v e r h a d in M arch ! S a le e n d s M a rch 11. S t e e l B e l t e d S t r e n g t h .. . A H S e a s o n T r e a d ) aOODfi'CAR T i e m p o R a d i a l P155/80R13 Whitewall No Trade Needed ! / : 4 - я 'e ' w----^^------Г G u l l e d H o m e c o m i n g F o r W i l d c a t C o a c l i ; S t e e l e T o C o a c h T a l e n t e d W a r E a g l e S o f t b a l l T e a m ■ There will be a reunion of sorts ibr Norlh Davic softhall coach Darrell Steele this spriiij:. ; Steele has been clioscn by Davie High principal Robert Uindry to take over the reins of the girls softball team, a coaching spot vacated b y --------------- John Steele Bullins. who resigned recently. Bullins is headed for Morganton Freeilom High School and his last day at Davic is Friday. Bullins realizes he Is leaving Sleele a powerhouse. : “ I never got to coach these girls bul everyone was telling me 1 was leaving behind a conference cham­ pion,” Bullins said. “ I’ve talked with Coach Steele and I think he’ll be a great coach for (he girls.” Steele coached most of them at North Davie. “ I’m familiar with them,” Steele said, but he also added there would be no predjudices. He had 38 try oul for the team’s 14 uniforms. “There won’t be any of lhat South Davie-North Davie stuff,” he said. continued from P. IB “ They played Beth a lot tighter in the second half and wc relied on other people, like Samantha and Shawn,” Browder .said. "O urof- . fcn.sc is alway.s gnins lo be iIiltc. I It’s our defense that was a little lax ' and that’s probably because of the '■ big lead early." ■ Sirnpson played one of her best • games of the season, hanging • around the basket long enough to • score 10 points and grab 12 re- • bounds, onc behind Mashburn’s - game-leading total. While the Spar- ; tans were concentrating on ^ Mashburn in the second half, ; Simpson scored six of her points • and grabbed six rebounds. Smoot *: scored seven of her 10 in the se- > 'cond half. 'Notes ^ • Mashburn was I l-of-16 from : the field and lO-of-14 from the foul iline. ; • Second-seeded Davie improv- •ed to 12-7 overall, i »In other Tuesday night games, «Kannapolis’ girls defeated West ; Forsyth, Reynolds’ boys topped 'rNorth Davidson and West For- ^syth’s boys beat Parkland. ;■ • Late in the fourth quarter, ; Davie missed the front end of five • straight one-and-one opportunities : but hit six in a row in the final ) seconds. Beck, Jordan and Smoot 1 all had two each. Davie was *21-of-34 for the game. у • Smoot dazzled the crowd with Almost every relurnin!; starter played umlcr .Sleele during Ihcir junior high year.s. Samantha Simp­ son. Sheri Mason. Lora Smith. Debbie Evans. Buffy Beck. Amy Kcynolds and Ivey Clont/ all fall inlo that category. "That’s seven slarlers righl there," Steele said. “ On paper, it looks real good.” There will be a dilTerence in coaching junior and .senior high players, however. "Competitive-wise, it's dif­ ferent. Junior high girls haven't matured ycl and you have to teach a lot of the fundamentals. In high school, if you play good defense and hit the ball, you can win,” he said. Winning is something Steele's teams always seem to accomplish. At North, his team placing sccond this past year wilh a 10-4 rccord. He has numerous North Piedmont Conference championships, one coming when the current seniors played for him. Steele wanted to start practicc Monday but the weather conditions have forced him inside. He was trying to secure Brock Gym if the weather was still bad. “ I’ll have to get used to playing at schools I've never been to,” Steele said. “ But I’m looking for­ ward lo it.” her passing, dishing out seven assists. » 1 » 4 A t Æ Ш . JV C h e e r l e a d e r s Davic Higir.s jnyvce checrleadcr.s show their spirit last week during the W ar Eagles’ game with Parkland. (I'roiit row, from left): Traci T ucker, Rhonda Cam pbell, Robin Meadows and Erica Triplette. (Second row): Laurie Babbit, .laniie Frye and Carol .Iolin.son.________ Cougars iyinf The Wildcats made a valiant ef­ fort but it wasn’t enough as: thè Cougars won the 3-4 grade girls championship ■ at Smith Grove Monday night. Cinda Smith’s Cougars, which also won the regular season title, grabbed a 8-2 lead late in the fourth quarter before things got in­ teresting. The winning point Was scorcd in the final minute by Page Steed. The Wildcats took the early lead 2-0 on a basket by Megan Callahan. Then, Leslie Holcomb got go­ ing. She hit two baskets in the third quarter and two more in the fourth for the six-point lead. Megan Hendrix and Kristi Renegar each had baskets for the Wildcats to pull the leam within 8-6. Steed hit her free throw, which negated the Wildcats’ final basket. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 2, 1989-5D « H O N D A . 6B-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, TIIURSDAV, Moiili 2, 1989 T anja Sherden reaches for a rebound. kK, I * i 1 K l l L § ip is p ^ ;ai Parkland couldn’t slop poinl (»uard Alan C hapm an. iilMM)(«ror4woi>oiiils. V a u g h t e r s I s J a y v e e S p a r k Without Matt Vaughters, the jayvee boys basketball team at Davic County wa.s 4-7. With him, the team won four of six games and rini.shed at 8-9, slill a losing record but one that gain­ ed the War Eagles some respect by season's end. In the final two games of the year, Davie split, losing a heart­ breaker to South Rowan 47^6 while defcaling Parkland, 58-54. As he has been In every game since he joined the team, Vaughters led the scoring in each contest. He had 16 against Soulh and 20 against Parkland. Against South Rowan, Davie led 16-9 after the first quarter as Vaughters tossed in 10. But South came back in the se­ cond period, holding Davie lo on­ ly three baskets, by Alan Chap­ man, Oary Blalock and Dale Parrish. Soulh led 39-36 afler three and • Davie made a comeback but couldn't grab the lead. Davie again took the early lead against Parkland but this time held il throughout. Davic led by as many as 12 in the first half and Parkland cul the margin lo 27-23 just before halftime. But Charlie Crenshaw swished a long, three- pointer al the buzzer for a 30-23 margin. Each lime the Mustangs gol close in the second half, Vaughters would back his way into the mid­ dle and hil a turnaround jumper. He scorcd eight of his 20 in the fourih tjuarter, Tony Renegar added 11 and Crenshaw and Blalock eight apiece. Chapman had seven. Note.s: • Brian Pitls and Parrish also scored against Parkland. • Vaughters could have added to his first quarter totals against South but he was only 2-of-9 from the foul line. For the game, Vaughters was only 4-of-13. • Renegar walked off the court against Parkland and quit, making him the eighth casualty of the team diis season. The team finished widi six players. , • Vaughters was a cameraman- for the team until die defections ¡and since Joining Ihe team, he is aver- sging 17 points and II rebounds. Davie shot 28 free throws to only six for South. Davie made 14, South two, ' C hristy M iller passes around a Parkland defender.— Photos by Ronnie Gallagher - R G G b d k Reg. 39.97 BOYS 11-3 "RAD Reg. 43S7 BCVS 3Wi-6 "BB4600 Shoe Show Hour* Monday • Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Reg. 27.97 INFANTS “Princess" Reg. 30.97 INFANTS "BB4600" DAVIE COUNTV ENTERI’RISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 2, 1989-7B I i ' Chad Correll lofls a jumper over Toby Kennedy (left) and Jermain Dalton in the junior high boys •****3ls. _ Photo by Ronnie Gallagher Panthers 10-0 The Panthers >von the 3-4 grade championship in (he Mocksville/Davie Parks and Recreation youtli: league with a 10-0 record. The team averaged 20 points while giving up only 12. Team members: are (Front row, from left): Curtis Wilson, Jon Creason, B .J. Kiser, Josh Barnhardt and T .J . K lse rj; (Second row): Eddie Neely, Coach Derwood Johnson and Lester “ Charlie” Scott, (Not pictured);: Jason DeNoyers, Ryan DeNoyers, William Johnson and Derek Johnson. B r o c k G y m T h e S i t e F o r M e n ’ s O p e n S t a t e T o u r n a m e n t The Mocksville/Davie Parks and Recreation Department will host the prestegicus Statewide Athletic Commission Men’s Open Basket­ ball Tournament this Friday and Saturday at Brock Gym. Mocksville will have two teams 'entered. l.L. Long Construction, which won the local league cham­ pionship, and Drexel Heritage. They are in different brackets which means they could meet for the state title. The championship game is scheduled for Siitiirday niKht ill 8;3() p.m. l.L. Long will play its opener Friday night at 7:30 p.m. against Clinton Tabernacle of Hickory. If victorious. Long will play at 3 p.m. Saturday. There could be a Davie County doubleheader Saturday if Drexel Heritage defeats Food Lion of Salisbury in its opener Friday at 6:30 p.m. It would play at 2 p.m., followed by Long at 3. Long is led by Ru.ssell Tatum, Tracy Frost and Ronnie Peoples while Heritage is led iiy Barry Cliunn ;mkI Kiiclncy Hiirkcr. Recreation Notes Teams are coming from Charlotte, Burlington. Mebane, Hickory, Mt. Holly, Hamlet and Salisbury. The Charlotte entry is the defen­ ding champion of the tournament. It will open against Mebane Family Care Friday at 9:30 p.m. There will be a small admission charge for the unirnameiil. Hulls Win The Hulls, Icii hv I'lihv Klmi- nedy’s 20 points, defeated the Bucks in the championship of the Boys Junior High league, 54-50. Danny Frank added 15 points Ibr the winners while Jermaine Dalton scored 12. Tracy Lyons and Michael Willard added four and three points. Brad Scott led the Bucks with 20 and Chad Correll had 17 for the Bucks. T(xld Rumple scored seven. Jeiriiuck four and lidwin Robert­ son lU'O. Is l M u lliiid is t I'lip Seed Fir.st Methodist will be the top seed in the men’s church tourna­ ment. which ends Monday night with the 7 p.m. championship game at Brock Gym. First Methodist was 8-0 in the league, nipping Liberty, which was 7-1. First Pre.sbyterian and Turren- tine also had winning records. There will also be .semirmal games Thursday, beginning at 7 p.m. I ’a iitlK T s W ill The I’;iiuhcrs \\crc iin'iticiiilc illis year in the 3-4 grade league, as Derwood Johnson’s team vyent 10-0. They finished the season witlj' a 24-11 win over the Rocketts- behind Curtis Wilson’s 13 poiiitst; ' * *■ * Other last-week winners wer?'. the Wildcats, who defeated tfie- Wolfpack 40-9 behind Tremaio^ Dulin’s 18; the Deacons, who vyoo • 21-16 over the Bullets behind; Justin Miller and Jason Robertson“, ■ and the Tigers, 19-8 victors oyer ilte Cliiefs as Willie Cozart scored 1 1 . ■ ■ ■ R O N ’S T I R E S E R V I C E T ir e S p e cia ls F o r W in te r D riv in g White Letter Specials 175/70R13..........................$44.50 185/70R13..........................$45.50 185/70R14..........................$48.50 195/70R14..........................$49.50 205/70R14................ ......$51.50 215/70R14.........................$53.50 During March 6th thru March 17th receive a FREE OIL CHANGEwith the purchase of 4 New White Letters. You must bring coupon to receive oil change. 225/70R14...........$55.50' 235/60R14............$58.00^ 245/60R14..............$60.00 __ 225/70R15..........................$58.50 235/70R15..........................$60.00 235/60R15..........................$58.50 245/60R15..........................$60.00 255/60R15..........................$64.50 275/60R15..........................$70.00 215/65R15..........................$58.50 ' A l lF R E E O IL C H A N G E with purchase of 4 New Tires Between March 6 Thru March 17th 'e S T A R S P E C I A L S 205/75814..........$40.00 225/75B15...........$40.00 634^0633 Hwy.601lMitli.MMktvilk ■ M M alteU Q IiM M HOURS: Mon.^Fri. ^ 8 A M to 5:30 PM Saturday 8 A M to 12:00 Noon 8B-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSO/VY, Marcii 2, 1989 N a t i o n a l , A m e r i c a n S i g n u p s T l i i f o u g h N e x t W e e k The National League will have ils baseball and soflball signups March 11 from 11 a.m. unlll 2 p.m. at the Brock Gym in Mocksville and Cooleemee Gym in Cooleemee. ' Signups are for boys and girls six years of age and up who live in the South Davic school district. For more information, call Earl Cuthrell at 492-5147 or the M ocksville/Davie Parks and Recreation Department at .634-2325. American Signups The Davie American Little League Baseball Associalion ha.s announced dates for signups; March 3 from 6-8 p.m. and March 4 from 10 a.m. until 2 n.m. ' The signups will be held in the North Davic Junior High gym. Steve Smith is the new president of the American League. A m i g o s Baslcetbaii Camp Davie girls coach Angie Browder has scheduled a girls basketball camp for June 19-23 at Davie High School for girls in grades four through 12. There is a $25 pre-registration fee and $35 al the dixir. The money covers a l-shirl and insurance. Browder will conduct the camp, along with former Davie players, John Bullins and .several of Ihc junior high coachcs from North and Soulh Davic. The camp slogan is “The Right Stuff For Summer" and there will be brochures available. Browder said she is planning to work with grades 4-6 from 9-11 a.m., grades 7-9 from 1-3:30 p.m. and grades 10-12 from 6:30-9 p.m. Awards will be given for free , throw shooting. Hot Shot competi­ tion and Most Improved Camper. For more informallon, call Ihe high school al 634-5905. Browdèr continued from P. IB year. He left Browder wilh a slack­ ed deck. “ If this was a card game, he dealt me a full house,” said Browder. “ I was very lucky to come in with three players as good as they ate. They are great players who work well together.” .-Browder knows all about records. While some coaches may have kept quiet about passing the milestones, she reminded the players daily of what they were about to do. “ I wanted, them to know about thoir récords,” she said. “ It is a big deal.” ■■ Knew About Smoot > When Browder arrived lasl fall, sh« knew all about the 5-iSmoot, a three-year starter and ori^.of the festest players in the leaaáj^ ': ‘‘I knew she was good|Rt she was better than I imaginedTShawn can do it all, pass, rebound and $hoot. She dribbles with both hands «n4 is so quiek, it’s hard to press ' her. She’s been everything I titought she would be — and more.” ;' Smoot joins a select group of five other 1,000-point scorers. Janice Markland, Kathy Hutchins, Dean­ na Thomas, Jill Amos and Naomi Minwalla. Amos is the' all-time 'leading scorer in Davie history. Mashburn may have turned into the team’s most clutch player in this, her senior season. The 5-8 forward is closing in on 700 points tp go with her 500 rdiounds. "When we need aclutch basket. We usually go inside to her,” said Browder. “ She can score and re­ bound with the best of them, even though she usually isn’t the tallest girl inside. But she’s really smart. And another good thing is that Beth is never in foul trouble.” . The only downside to the two is that neither will probably carry Üieir talents to college. Bolh have swd they aren’t planning to play after high school. . “ Both can play for somebody,” Browder said. “ I wish they J o n e s Area Sports Wrestling Match Pro wrestling is coming lo Brock Gym Salurdiiy, March 18 at 8 p.m. The top matches will have the Russian As.sa.ssins again.sl Ihe Young Stallions and Susan Green meeting Lisa Darnell in a Ladies U.S. title match. The World Brass Knuckles title will be up for grabs between Kick Link and The Tormiilalor. The New Breed faces ChiefiJay Eagle .and Super Rocker. Mr.iWrestling 2 will meet Brent Alleji. AH seals are $8. Advance tickets can be bought at F&F Barbecue or by calling 284-2003. Siiamrock Run The second annual Shamrock Run. sponsored by St Francis Mission, will be held Saturday, March 18, beginning at the church, located on Yadkinville Road. There will be a 10-K race (6.2 miles) and a 5-K race (3.1 miles). The races begin at 9 a.m. For more inform alion on rcgi.slration, call 634-2973. Soccer Signups Any junior high student wanting to play soccer in the M ocksville/Davie Parks and Recreation leagues, should contact Joe Boyette at either 634-2325 (day) or 634-3877 (night). ' Um pire Clinic There will be a USSSA .soflball' umpire clinic March 5 at the Mocksvillc National Guard Ar­ mory at 10 a.m. i Umpires are required lo attend a clinic to work USSSA games.; would.” Last year at this lime, record- selltng was not in Jordan's vocabulary. Afler starting as a sophomore, she quit Ihc team mid­ way through her junior year. Bul she came into her senior season with a new attitude. “ I wanted her lo come out and I told her so,” Browder .said. “ At the first few practices, 1 could tell she was rusty. But the passes she was Irying to make and the shots she was laking lold me she knew what she was doing and lhal she was a good player. She just need­ ed playing time.” The rusliness came out during the nonconference schedule and the 5-3 Jordan has been blazing through the league games. She had a 10-game double-figure streak broken in the final regular season game against Parkland. Double Figure Scorers The “ Three Amigos” are all in double figures, making Davic the only leam in the Cenlral Piedmonl Conference with three players averaging at least 10 points per game. Going into the tournament, Smoot was scoring at a 15-poinl clip, while Mashburn was al 12 and Jordán at 11. And they’ve kept up the con­ sistency in a veiy inconsistent year for high school basketball. “ It’s really been screwed up this year,” Browder said. “ I wish they could’ve played a normal senior season.” First of all, Davie’s 8-3 record was good for only third place. First and second place went lo Soulh Rowan and Kannapolis, teams throttled by a measles epidemic. Neither played but half of their games. Davie only played Soulh once (a two-point loss) and never did face Kannapolis due lo the recent snowstorms. “ It’s hard lo over­ come teams in front of you when you don’t get lo play them,” said Browder. The snow prevented the three Davie players from selling the records at home. The Kannapolis and Soulh Rowan games were snowed out on consecutive Fridays. Which left them selling personal records in unfamiliar gyms. Bul as the storyline goes, they did il together. canlinued from P. IB came pver here. I didn’t see the m akings of a l ,000lh-poinl scorer.” .; Jones played jayvee ball as a freshmen and part of her sophomore year. Then, around Christmas, Atwell dismissed four players from his varsily squad for disciplinaiy reasons and decided to bring Jones up. .' She’s been out of the lineup ijnce. : V Jones almost didn’t make it to the game of the season at Lex- ■ipi|lan. She missed the bus but it to the gym just before M)t a discipline problem lit Atwell said. У*®'’’aboul 80 points in 10 ш ш з ш а т ш Щшщё т & ш o TAKE A P V A N T « G { jp ft Ш áOR . Л -TI " , \ ......^1 i * ' 8 8 TR U C K S IN S T O C K (1) Full Size 2x4 ( 3 ) Full S ize 4 x 4 C h e v y T ru c k s ( 3 ) S-10 4 x 4 's щ ¿.'•ле ' 8 8 C A R S IN S T O C K ( 1 ) C e le b rity W o g o n ( 2 ) C e le b rity Sedons ( 1 ) C o rsica ( 1 ) B e re tto ( 1 ) S u b u rb a n S A V E B U N D LE S ! I ' J ■ w Щ Ш Ш A T A M D _____ ■ S O t O H f f lU « R E B A T E S o r 4 . ' ^ Р ю г WITH 1 0 # REBATES Ш Ш gam es,” Atwell .said. “ She couldn’t do anything wilhout walk­ ing and she couldn’t shoot very well. But now, she’s more coor­ dinated and she can do almost anything she wants.” Al\yell .seemed to be just as pleased al the turnaround Jones has made off the court. “ She’s grown as a person and her grades have improved,” he said. Jones, who is in the learning disability course at North Rowan, has college coaches drooling but Atwell said that because of her LD status, it will hold her back. “ She’s six-feet tall, can shoot, run and rebound,” he said. “ But because ofthe LD, it’s hurt her as far as going to a Division I school. We’re looking more toward junior college right now.” 1 9 " C O L O R T V W IT H N E W O R D E M O ' 8 8 M O D E L P U R C H A S E B e l l & H o w a r d C h e v n J e t , I n c Dtaltr No I i\i I f St At 4 0 л 1 Ml у 21 SiAliSvillw N С 2 8 ^ 7 7 P h n rw 7 0 4 /8 7 3 - 9 0 9 4 Davie County Hotline: 634-1875 i Davie People DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE'UECORD, THURSD. ■ > |v i March 2, i m - i c : ;v :î. Berm uda Run Author Dirlic Herlihy: “ Things have a way of happening (o characters. They just take life, and Ihey’re going to he (rue (o Ihe personalities you give them. ” — Photos by Jam es B arringer L u d i e ' s S o n g D a v i e A u t h o r ’ s B o o k O n U P l ’ s T o p 1 2 Herlihy’s book was named one of the 12 best children’s books pM988 by United Press International. By Kndiy D. Chninii Davio County Entorpriso-Record BERMUDA RUN — Dirlic Herlihy never set out to write a book about a young girl’s view of racism in the 50s. It just happened. “ As with any piece, things have a way of happening to charactcrs,” she says. "They just take life, and they’re going to be true to the per­ sonalities you give them." When she started Ludic’s Song, Herlihy says her inlenl was lo en­ courage children to look deeper lhan a person’.s outward ap­ pearance — “ thal il’s not whal’s on Ihe outside, it’s what’s on the inside of a person that mailers.” So she creatcd Ludie, a teen-age, black girl left disfigured and mule by a tragic fire. Martha Chafin "M arty” Arm- .strong — a naive, 13-year-old u hilc girl — is visiling Iier amil ami iliKle in C;ilclvv(.-ll. Cu.. 500, when she first sees Ludie; (Liidie) struggled by, dragging one leg, which bent at an angle beneath her faded shirt. A misshapen arm hoimd a sack to her 'frail body. Marty stared, transfixr. ed, not daring to look at the girl’s face. Then she .shuddered and forc­ ed her eyes upward. One o f the girl’s eyes stared straight ahead, and the other was partially covered hy a scrap o f dark skin thal e.xtend- ed like a ghastly applique over the side o f the creature's face, .separating around a mouth that seemed weighted down on one side and that twisted grotesquely with cach peculiar souiul il made. M arty, bolh repulsed and fascinated, is convinced thal Ludie is a witch and talks her friend, Thad, into going with her to spy on the washerwoman’s daughter. riie ativeiilurc tliai tbilmvs not only iiiiLOVLTS a L-ariiij: and lalciiicil per­ son in Ludie, but jolts Marly to a sad and cruel awakening to the treatment of blacks in the Soulh. Published by Dial Books in Oc­ tober, Ludie’s Song was named by Vnited Prc-ss International as one of the 12 be.sl children’s books of 1988. The November 1988 is.sue of “ Parents” magazine'included the 2 12-page novel for young adults in its “ Santa’s Book Bags,” .a list of suggested books for Christmas gifts. Recommended for ages 10 and up, the magazine described Lidie’s Song this way; A moving and Insightful first novel about the horrors o f racism atul other kinds o f prejudice in Georgia in the 1950s. Through Ludie, a yotatg black girl who everyone assumes i.s-crazy because o f a severe facial disfigurement, Martha learns a great deal about herself and her world. Gripping and true to life. The November/December issue of “ The Horn Book,” which reviews children’s books, says the author minces no words; Jhe epithets and attitudes e.x- pressed in the story may shock a generation o f children born after the civil rights movement o f the 60x. By pulling the mailer .so blunt­ ly, Herlihy, in this courageous first novel, helps to explain why thé marches took place. Despite the favorable revisw&r Herlihy says she has yet to see Ludie's Song in a local bookstore. "M y friends have called from all over the United States saying, ‘I saw your book in a bookstore. I saw your book in a bookstore,’ ” she says, “ from California, Michigan, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida, everywhere but in North Carolina.” Herlihy, who lives on Riverbend Drive in Bermuda Run, says the book is on the national lichc, which means that anyone can order it from a local bookstore and receive a copy within 10 days. Ruth Hoyle, director of the Davie Public Library, says she hopes the library will be able to ob­ tain a copy in the near future. Named after her great­ grandmother, Dirlie Herlihy says she has been a writer “ off and on all my life.” She began as feature editor for her high school newspaper in Macon, Ga. Then she discovered drama, and her pen took a back seal to the stage. Please See Berm uda — P. 10-C (ilf» i S “ "•y «Months of writing time to finish Ludie's Song, but chronologically, she says it took three to four years. p ( M r ,.: • ■ Herlihy is now working on a sequel to Ludie’s Song. i * 2C-DAV1E C O U N TY KNTtíKI’RISIÍ R IÍC O K I), rilUKSDAY, M iirfli 2, 1989 S o c i a l ‘ > "'‘¡¿'i - if, ' i'iuí : i M o c k s v i l l e M a n A t t e n d s F l o r i d a E v e n t ■ An Mercier, owner of Apple .Pharmacy, recently attended the Dressage World Cup Selection Competition, VIP Reception and Banquet, a black tic affair, held at the Mission Valley Golf and Coun­ try Club in Venice, Fla. He accompanied Ms. Letetia Flischcl, a ccnincii public accoun­ tant in that area, who serves as president ofthe Triangle Economic Development Authority, an organization serving over 2,400 members. Dressage is the highest form of equestrian art. It requires unity of horse and rider, e.xecuting upon re­ quest Ihe natural niovenienls ofthe horse. Max Brown, a professional ;ictor and model, whose wife was a dres.sage competitor, describetl dressage as ballet or figure skating for horses. 'I'hi.s was (lie llrsl )’car the United Slates held trials for the world competition. The World Cup Finals will be held in March and April in Goteborg, Sweden. Amonj; Ihe riders attending the VIP reception were Landon Gray, a 1988 U.S. Olympic Equestrian team niember, (wo olher Olympic riders. Diana Rankin and David Wispelaer, and Ihe 1988 National Dressage Champion, Kalhy Connelly. While in Florida, Mercier also attended Ihe Englewood Fine Arts Festival Ball, an event .sponsored by the Englewood Rotary Founda- (ion. The ball was (he kick-off for a weekend Fine Arts Fe.stival, a major fund raiser of the Rotary Club for the youth of the area. The ball included a murder mystery for guests to solve. Suspects were played by local Rotarians. The guest who solved the mystery won a watercolor painting donated by a local artist. A d v a n c e N e w s Ry Edith Ziniinermaii Advance Correspondent The Rev. and Mrs. Tom McLean spent Ihe weekend in Macon, Ga,, where he attended and participated in a Mission Saturation Rally, Gideon, David Smith of the Bethlehem communi­ ly, spoke at (he Methodisl church Sunday. Mr. Smilh was accom­ panied by his wife, Alma. Mandy Foster was in charge of the Children’s Time. Mrs. Adrian Farley and children, Denise and John, of Arl­ ington, Va., spent Ihc weekend with her mother, Mrs. Edith Zim­ merman. They came especially to celebrate John’s ,5th birlhday on Friday, Feb. 24, with a birthday dinner party at the Zimmerman home. Special guests were Mrs. Janie Hendrix and daughters, Meli.ssa, Amanda and Meredith. Danny and Darlene Poole and daughters, Natalie and Lynettc, of Forsyth Counly entertained Dan­ ny’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Poole, wilh a dinner at Iheir home Sunday, Feb. 19, in celebralion of Albert's birthday which fell on Feb. 20. Special guc.sts were Jan- nie Poole and friend, Jim Brooks. Sympathy is extended to the families of Mrs. Mary Roberlson, Gray Smith and Mrs. Charlotte Smith in their deaths last week. C e rta in F o o d s P r o n e T o P o is o n in g Whal do smoked fish, powdered milk, poultry, chocolate, ham­ burger, eggs, Cheddar cheese, roast ■ beef, unpasleurized milk and I pasteurized milk all have in common? Over the past 15 years major out­ breaks of Salmonellosis, a flu-like food poisoning, have been traced j back to each of these foods. Last year, there was a lot of news about, salmonella and chicken, and this! year cases of salmonella have bceti linked to iggs, but any food catv .contain salmonella, says Dr. ' Nadine tope, extension foods aii^. Evans-Ken Couple To Wed On May 20 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Evans of Roule 9, Mocksvillc, announce the engagement of their daughter, Tonya Dawn Evans, lo Kevin Scott Kerr of Charlotte, son of Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Kerr of Spencer. The wedding is sel for May 20 at Cenler United Methodisl Chur?h. The bride-elect is a graduate of Davie High School and is atten­ ding Appalachian Slale University in Boone. She is student teaching at William R. Davie Elementary School. Kerr is a graduate of Soulh Rowan High School and ASU, Bootie, with a bachelor’s degree in cotnmunications media. He is employed by Color Response Ine. of Charlotte. Bernina Club № Monday March 6,1989 ' 10:00 a.m. or 7:00 p.m. Rufflers, Hemmers & Bias Binder :t№ ^ w in g r o o m BERNINA*F1; 6332 Cqihis Dr„ Ciemmons C J 766^208 w nh Ih t O iuhly o l Ih t ^tllO nutrition specialist at North Carolina State University. Under normal circunistanccs, salmonella hic(eria most frequently contaminates foods of animal origin: beef, pork, poultry, eggs, raw milk, fish aiid seafood. To avoid food poisoning. Tope recommends the following: • Pass up specials . on unrefrigerated eggs. Don’l use dir­ ty or cracked eggs. Don’t eat foods that contain raw eggs, such as steak tartar, Caesar salad dressing or, homemade ice cream from a recipe that doesn't cook the eggs. • Don’t eat raw ar partiaUy cooked eggs, meal, fish or poultry. Only live .Siilmonella bacteria can make you sick. • Avoid cro.ss-contamination, probably the mosl common cause of the disease. “ For example, many people prepare hamburger patties in the kitchen and carry them out to the grill on a plate. After the patties are cooked, they are put back on the same plate and brought back into the house. That’s, enough to contaminate the ham­ burgers,” Tope points ou(. • Measure the temperature in your refrigerator. Il should be 35 degrees or less. • Keep cold foods cold and hot foods hot. “ Cold” means 40 degrees or less, and “ hot” means 140 degrees or more. • A di.sh cloth that isn’t washed, oul between uses may carry ’salmonella. Rinse it well in a solu­ tion of I (ablespoon of liquid chlorine blciich in ¡ibou( a quart of water. Use the dishcloth with its bleach-watcr solution to wipe off your counters. • Keep a bar of deodorant soap in Ihe kitchen, and use it to wash your hands. It contains ingredients that discourage bacteria from growing. • Don’t bypass (he dishwasher. If you keep the hot water heater set at 140 degrees, the dishwasher will sanitize everything. • Be sure to put cutting boards in the dishwasher, even wooden cutting boards. You may want to u.se an acrylic cutting board and keep the wooJcn one for show. Wooden chopping blocks arc almost impossible lo keep sanitiz­ ed. Scrub yours thoroughly after every use wilh hot, soapy water and rinse it off with a bleach-water solution. • Don’t let food sit oul to cool before you put it in the refrigerator. Refrigerate or freeze cooked foods in covered shallow pans rather than in deep pots. Leave space around the containers to' let cold air circulate, • Never thaw frozen meat, poultry or fish on the kitchen counter. Thaw it in the refrigerator or in a bag under cold running water, • Keep your hands, your uten­ sils and your cooking surfaces spotless. Never let raw meal or poultry or their Juices come in con­ tact wilh cooked meat or any other raw or cooked food. Andrews On Honor Roll Holly Andrews, daughter of Dr, and Mrs, Vidor Andrews of Mocksville, has made the honor roll at Brevard College for the fall semester, Ms, Andrews studied abroad with a group of Brevard College students in Austria for the fall semester. She is continuing her education and in(eres( in the German language this semester at Catawba College, Salisbury, The honor roll includes all full- lime students who have, during the preceding semester, made an academic average of at least 3,0 on a 4,0 scale and have met all other requirements for this honor as stipulated in the college catalog. i P f w t o ^ h x i p J i ^ 31 Court Square M ocksville, NC 6 3 4 -0 1 5 8 T it Full Window Tnátmwt* •Draperies •Blinds •Lambrequins •Reupholstering of Furniture ir Floor Coverings •Carpet »Vinyl •Tile*Hardwood Floors •Parquet — Complete Line of Wallcoverings — See Ul Al 6395 Cephis Drive, Clenunons 766-9166 R i d e n h o u r - S t i l l e r C o u p l e T o M a r r y Mr, and Mrs, John W, Ridcnhour of Cooleemee announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Jo Ridenhour, to Michael Ray Stiller, son of Mr, and Mrs, Billy Ray Stiller of Salisbury, The bride-elect is a graduate of Davie High School and Rowan-. Cabarrus Community College, She is employed at Jockey International. Stiller is a graduate of Salisbury High School and Rowan-Cabarrus Community College. He is employed at Frito-Lay in Salisbury. They plan an April 15 wedding at Milford Hills Methodist Church in Salisbury. - Lotus Pond Chinese Restaurant ' Located in New Towne Shopping Center 2519 Lewisville-Clemmons Road (Nexl to Lowe's Foods) Featuring the finest authentic Szechuen, Mandarin, Cantonese and Hunan cuisine Wine List Available Hours; Sunday-Friday, 11:30 a,m.-10 p,m. Lunch: 11:30-3:00 Dinner; 3:00-n;00 Friday; 11;30 a.m, - 11:00 p.m. Saturday; 4;30-lI;00 p.m. W eekly L uncheon Specials & Up Carry Our O r Dine In — 766-6261 _________»Accepting Mastercard, Visa, American Express C L A S S R I N G PAT’S INTERIORS C o u p le M a rrie d F e b . 2 5 Belinda Gaye Rollins and : Richard Louis Orsini were united in marriage at a double-ring . ceremony at the home of Ihc bride’s parents on Salurday, Feb. 25. al 1 p.m. The Rev. Glenn Sellars officiated. The bride wore an ivory cotton : brocade gown with pleated hoop skirt and leg-o-mullon sleeves ac­ cenled wilh pearl buttons. The headpiecc was a garland of pink miniature porcelain rosebuds, seed pearls and .satin ribbon. The bride’s . shoes were ivory satin with lace : ■ overlay which had been worn by her mother in her own wedding. The bride carried a cascade bou­ quet of pink tea roses, pink and white carnations, baby’s breath and fern with ivory satin streamers. Debbie Triplell of Mocksville, cousin of the bride, was matron of honor. Sam Orsini of South Berwick, ;, Maine, was his brother’s best man. The wedding took place in the formal living room, decorated wilh pink roses, pink and white carna­ tions, baby’s brealh, Boston ferns. Magnolia leaves and pink and white lighted tapers. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Rollins Sr. of Mocksville. She is a graduate of , Davie High School and Ihc Univer- ■ sity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill^ She is a flight attendant for Delta Air Lines in Atlanta, Ga. The groom is the son of Mrs. Irene D. Orsini of Big Flats, N.Y., and the late Mr. Samuel L. Orsini. He is a graduate of Horseheads High School, Horseheads, N.Y., and Rensselaer Polytechnic In- , stitute, Troy.^ N.Y. He is a captain with Delta Air Lines in Dallas, Texas. P i Mrs. Richard Louis Orsini ... was Belinda Gaye Rollins Rcccption A reception was held immediate­ ly foiiowing the ceremony at the Rollins residence. The menu consisted of a vegetable crudite-tree, miniature ham biscuits, rotelle with olives and wild mushrooms, vegetable canapes, chicken salad in puff pastry, assorted fresh fruits, crab dip and lamb and heart sugar cookies. Erica Triplett of Mocksville served gue.sts mixed fruit punch and champagne. Mrs. Dana Foster, also of Mocksvillc, served the wedding cake. The three-tiered wedding cakc consisted of one chocolate layer and two white cake layers with lemon butter icing. Fresh flowers decorated the cake. The porcelain bride and groom, on the cake, had been used by the bride's parents on their wedding cake. Following a honeymoon to Ocho Rios, Jamaica, the couple will make their home in Marietta, Ga. S a f e t y . T i p s G i v e n Candls and Cayla Carter, . daughten of Tommy and Tanya Carter of Advance enjoyed a buf- ;fet supper at the home of their grandparents, Barbara and Jim­ my Carter. This was in honor of their 3rd and 2nd birthdays. Their Kitty Kat cake was made by their aunt, Melanie Walker. Sixteen family members attended. By Elma Dull Club Reporter The Farmington-Pino Extension Homemakers Club met Wednes­ day, Feb. 22, at the home of,Mrs. Evelyn Howell. The president, Ruth Brock, call­ ed the meeting lo order. The members sang “ For the Beauty of the Earth .” Evelyn Howell gave the devo­ tional using scripture from Luke 10. She also read a poem and clos­ ed with prayer. The roll call topic, “ Your First Beau.” Safety leader, Bertice Smith, said, “ We should be careful wilh guns and have them where children can’t get them to play with.” The leader of health foods and nutrition, Evelyn Howell, gave the program on “ Fats and Your Health.” She gave out challenge ñ-'. R K R V i d e o' Taping & Editing ForAU Occassions You Are Cordially Invited To The G R A N D O P E N I N G Saturday, March 4th T H E C L O T H IN G P A L A C E D istinctive C lothing For Special C hildren L ike Yours.... . lo e a f d In New T .w n . C n t . , '2 S 2 T Lew lsvnie-Clam iK oiu Road .S ? i/ ..(Next To Lowe's & Roses) 766-0411 Malley & Co. Featuring Brand Names •Patsy Aikens •Manda Janes •Choozies For Boys •Monday’s Child •Paper White •Pegeen •Wibbies Drawing For Baby Items & Children’s Clothing NAME_____________________ ADDRESS________________ PHONE___________________ Harmony The Sing Clown iq;3p.To 1:30 p.m. And 4:30 to 7:00 p.m. Storytelling 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 2,1989-30 ’ New Arrivals ALRIDGE Cathy and Kent Al ridge of Lewisville announce the birth of their daughter, Salina Lynn, on Feb. 21 at Forsyth Memorial Ho.spital. She weighed 6 lbs. 9 ozs. and. was \9'A inches long. Maternal grandparents are Carol Mucci of Lewisville and Jim tiior- relli of Richmond, Ohio, Paternal grandparents arc Stokes and Bonnie A lridge of Winston-Salem. Paternal great-grandparents are James Gilbert Atwood Sr., of Mocksville, and Stokes and Lucille Alridge of Winston-Salem. Paternal great-grandmother is Eunice Bullard of Winston-Salem. BEAL Edwin Dean Beal and Renee Hamilton Crotts announce the birth of their daughter, Kryslle Nicole Beal, on Feb. 20 at Rowan Memorial Hospital. She weighed 7 lbs. 7'/2 ozs. The maternal grandmother is Jean Hamilton, Krystle has three brothers, Rodney. Jason and Eric, and one sister, Rhonda, SELLS Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Sells Jr. of Rockwell announce the birth of a .son, Joshua Lee, on Jan. 29 at Rowan Memorial Hospital. He weighed 6 lbs, Mrs. Sells is the former Andrea Holladay. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ollan Holladay of Salisbury. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Sells Sr., of Spencer. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Chariie Arnett of Murray, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Madison Freeman of Mock.svillc; and Mrs. Lorene Holladay, Parsons, tenn., and the late J.W . Holladay. PITTS Mr. and Mrs, Marion Pitts of Advance announce the birth of their second child, a .son, David Louis Pitts, on Feb. 23 at Bapti.st Ho.spital in Winston-Salem, — The baby weighed 6 lbs. V/2 Silk Arrangements By Th e A d d e d To u c h For The... * Home * Office ■ * A Gift Foi Someone SpecialStop-Lool<-Save No overhead • Wo (hffs just good designs i prices FannlRftM Road Nild« ViUm Mattflali Call 998-3743 D I R E C T F R O M F A C T O R Y Discount Prices Factory Overruns • Bed Spreads Country, Traditional, Modern •Comforters — Boys Sports Patterns & male geometries iwashable) •Curtains, shams, duslruKles & pole curtains • Placemats, mattress pads .•Designer Towels You can't beat these prices! C o u n t r y l i n e n s Allen's Cove, Lewlsvlle-Clemmons Road 766-5710 Hours; Wed., 10-5:30; Thurs. & Fri. 10-8; Sat., 10-5:30 sheets: “ W hich Has More Calories?” and “ How Do You Score on Fat','” Several announcements were made and reports given. This club will not meet in March due to the area meetings. The April meeting will be at Nom Latham’s home. The hostess served refreshmenls to 10 members. For That Special Occassion Fashion (ten ts Squire B ooneP iaza Siiopping Center Y a d k in ville toad, M o ck sville , N .C . €34-1512 Introducing a fabulous new shoping experience! Just imagine, the latest fashions at the unleatable prices of $7 and $11! That’s right, every item in our itore is priced at $7 or $11 ...nothing higher! Choose from < complete selection of sliirts, slacks, blouses, knit tops, ¡horts, short sets, swimsuits, jewelry, accessories aid children’s wear at most locations! E V E R Y ITEM IS $ H i $ N O T H IN G H IG H E R ! 4C-DAV1E COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, rilURSI)AY, March 2, 1989 Around & About Lex Alvord CerUncd By N.C. Nurservmcii The North Carolina Association of Nurserymen lias certilied Lex Alvord as a plantsrnan. He is a graduale of Davic County High School and Ihe University of Norlh Carolina al Greensboro. He is the .son of the Rev. and Mrs. Alex Alvord of Marion, former minister of Advancc and Mock United Mclliodist churches. Alvord and his wife, the former Tonya Wood of Roulc 2. Mocksville, reside in Pitlsboro, where he is owner ol Landscapes by Lex. Angclu llendri.v Ejini.s Degree From UNC-C Angela G. Hendrix of 396 Wilkesboro St.. Mocksville. earned a bachelor's degree in speech communications from Ihe Univer­ sity of North Carolina at Greensboro. She will be inviied lo par­ ticipate in May 14 commencement exercises. Ciithcrinc Sherrill ServInK As I‘aj"e At N.C. DOT Catherine Sherrill of Mocksville is serving as a page this week in Raleigh wilh ihc Departniem of Transportation as pari of Gov. Jim Marlin’s page program for high school .sludenis. The diiughler of Mr, and Mrs. W.A. Sherrill, she is a sophomore al Davie High School. Davic Student ScmlHiuilist For NCSU Merit Award Davie Chrislopher Krause, son of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Krause, is one of 220 high school seniors sebcletl as a .seniifinalist in the Merit Awards Program scholarship compclition. Highly will be chosen for scholarships. He is a senior a the N.C. School of Scicnce and Mathematics in Durham. II Named To Dean’s List At We.stern Carolina Eleven students from Davie County have been named to the dean’s list for the fall semester al Western Carolina University. Students earning a 3.0 grade average on a 4.0scale included: from Advance — Philip Bradley Ball of Route I, Cheryl Lynne Pfau of Route 3, and Christopher Dwayne Willians of Route 3; and from Mocksville — Karen Renee Baysinger Lori Nicole Bran­ nock of 117 Rosewood Lane, Melinda Gayb Frye of Route 4, Kenneth B. Haynes of Route 2, Crystal D. Htad of Route 4, Pat­ ti L. Lowdermilk of Route 4, Donna R. Salby of Route 4, and James Nelson Slye of 740 N. Main St. Tracy Dyson Earns Acadcmic Honors At '»Vingatc Tracy Dyson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. СгН Dy.son of Route 1, Mocksville, has been named lo the fall seiTcstcr dean's list at Wingate College with a 3.75 grade point average. Three Earn Academic Honors From UNCCharlottc Three students from Davie County have eamd acadcmic honors from the University of North Carolina at Charhtle. Named lo the chancellor’s list was Grace Michelle Stayer of 146 Pine St., Mocksville, a nursing inajor. Named to the dear’s list were: Paula Lea Jones of Route 3, Mocksville, a nursing najor; and Ginger Luanne Shelton of Route 1, Mocksville, a buiness administra­ tion major. Julie Myers Named Davie High IC T Studen Of The Month Julie Myers has been named ICT student of tíi month at Davie High School. She works as a pre-ticket operat>r at Hanes. Speas Awarded Pre.^idt'ntial Scholarship Frtm Catawba Brett Erin Speas, son of James and Julie Speasof Advance, has received a Presidential Scholars Award to atterj Catawba Col­ lege for the 1989-90 academic year. He is a Da-ie High School senipr,^The scholarships are offered to freshnen and transfer students who have deinonstrated academic excellette and are based on merit and leadership. Cl«ss Of 1964 Planning For 25th Reum'on The Davie High School Class of 1964 has set Is 25th reunion for June 24 at Bermuda Run Country Club. Any inbrmation regar­ ding classmates should be directed to Jean Clearyjt 492-5441 or Judy Tucker at 998-8896. S t u d e n t , T e a c h e r H c n o r e d The Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce West Area Council honored North Davie Junior High at its February meeting. Susan Bamhardt, North Davie's : teacher of the year, and student : Meredith Sause received the stu­ dent and teacher of the month awards. Bamhardt serves as head of the school’s M ath-Science : Depanment. F o u r C o r n e r s N e w s C le a r y H o n o r e d The assistant vice president of BB&T on Yadkinvilie Road has received an award honoring her oulslanding .service in the area of .sales. Jean Clciiry was presented the prestigious Eagle Award by BB&T President John Allison al an awards banquet held Feb. 17 in Greensboro. Approximately 400 BB&T city c.NCCiilives and business and retail officers from across North Carolina competed for Ihe Eagle A ward, designed to honor employees who have excelled in sales. Winners were selecled based on points they accumulated throughout the year for their business development efforts. In addilion to the recognition, cach winner received shares of BB&T Financial Corporation stock. BB&T, North Carolina’s fourth largest bank, operates 171 offices in 98 cities and 38 counties in the state. D e m o c r a t s S e t P r e c i n c t M e e t i n g s Davic County Democratic Par­ ly precinct iiieeling.s for 1989 arc scheduled at cach polling place at 7:30 p.m. March 9. The Davie Counly Democratic Party Counly Convention will br. held Saturday, April 22, at 2 p.m., Davic County Courthouse Courtroom. At the Counly Convention, par­ ty leaders for 1989-1991 will be A d v a n c e M a n 3 r d I n C o n t e s t An Advance man received third- place honors in the Davidson Counly Art Guild's annual arl ex­ hibition Feb. 28. E.G. Hill of Route 1 was presented a S100 prize for his pen­ cil drawing entitled, "Passage.” Hill operates an art studio in Winston-Salem. The Davidson Counly An Guild sponsors the show to highlight works from surrounding couniies. The exhibit, “ Spotlight ‘89: Davidson and Us Neighbors,” will run through March 31 at the Davidson Arts Centcr at 224 South Main St, in Lexington. Leonard Johnson of Bermuda Run and John Coniunale of Route 3, Mocksville, also had entries ac­ cepted into the guild for display. A total of 77 artists submitted work. Of those, 46 were accepted. "I think to have three artists out of the 46 is wonderful,’’ said Lucy Hairston, exhibition committee chairman and also a Davie Coun­ ty resident. Hairston said she is proud of the Davie County entries and wants everyone to know about their accomplishments. The artists’ work displayed at the gallery will be for sale. clecled. Elccicd will be ihe coun­ ty chairman, vice chairman, secretary, trea.sijrer and nominees for members lo the slate executive comniillee and delegales lo ihc Eighih Dislricl Convention on May 20. Al.so delegales to the Nonh Carolina Democratic Slate Con­ vention will be elected. Daniel Cregar She serves a: a mentor teacher for first and seond year teachers and attends grauate school at Ap­ palachian StateJniversity. She is married to Gerge Barnhardt, a South Davie tocher, and is the mother of two hildren, Amanda and Joshua. Meredith Sau:, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Urry Marshall, is Ihe president of le Student Coun­ cil at North Daie. She is chief Sause Barnhardt cheerleader, and honor roll student and ihe winner of two writing awards this year. By Marie White Four Corners Correspondent We extend our sympathy to Ken­ neth Smith and family in the loss of Mrs. Kenneth Smith. She was choir director of Courtney Baptist Church. Mark White of UNC-Chapel Hill spent the wcekemwith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jc White. Mr. and Mrs. ommy Baity and Cindy visiled A:;. Ratledge Sr. and Edna Mac R:lcdge during the weekend. Sandra Shelton nd Tim Hughes were honored foitheir birthdays Sunday nighl al supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Von Shelton. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Shelton and fami­ ly, Ramonda Saunders, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Foster, Seth Thaxton and Mrs. Johnsie Shelton. CLASS RING OFF 14K RINGS TM MÉr ётШ м tOI ArtContd»«Xl тШ flW пммя/Miwvi art t •*»**»** «à*. 1* « , ¿¿Ыртлщтт* кш т ш ы ^ U S S RINGS inidiffgm». THU orna ШИ MAY}). IM9 ыш guuti ìh (ищ/ытНоя ану i>tèer offn Clemmons 1st. Baptist Church Preschool A Loving Christian Atmosphere Where Learning Is Fun Registration now being taken for next year Mothers Morning Out 2 yr. olds Mon/Wed 3 yr. Olds Mon/Wed 3 yr. Olds Wed, Fri. 4 yr. olds Mon, Wed, Fri. 4 yr. olds Mon-Fri. ТШ м ndKliaa fw (HrrihMiil of iMK than Ghrc yowr ckU a Spccial Eiperfcnct Пмм phMM Ciiiiy CridwcU 7»44§6 D a v / e D a n c e r s W i n C o n t e s t Two Davie County residents captured first- and second-place honors in a square dance competi­ tion held Jan. 28 in Dob.son. Sarah Cregar, the 8-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cregar of Route 9, Mock.sville, placcd finst in the flat-foot competi­ tion, while Sam Daniel, of Route 7, Mocksville, placcd sccond in the category. Cregar and Daniel arc members of the Freestyle Swingers, which is a.ssociated with the Davie Family YMCA. The dancing club is directed by Arnold Broadway. About 25 people from across North Carolina competed in the dance competition, which was open to all ages. Daniel said Ihe competition was tough. “ She (Cregar) beat me out with the ‘windmill swish’,’’ he said. Q u e e n - F r e e m a n E n g a g e m e n t A n n o u n c e d Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher M. Queen, of Pine Ridge Road, announce the engagement of their daughter, Angela DeAnn, to H.E. “ Bub­ ba” Freeman Jr.. son of Hubert E. Freeman Sr. of Mocksville. The bride-elect plans to graduate from Davie High School and is employed at Hancs-Bixby. ’ The prospective bridegroom was a champion boxer and is out of the U.S. Army. He is employed by Carolina Millwrights. The wedding will take place on June 10 at Jerusalem Baptist Church in Mocksville. Substance Abuse Workshop March 7 There will be a drug and substance abuse workshop, spon­ sored by ■n'EDDI-HEADSTART of Boonviile, at the satellite office at the B.C. Brock Building on North Main Street in Mock.sville on March 7 at 6:30 p.m. For further information, contact Patricia Rivers, HAND! CAP coordinator or Charlene Lewis! health and social service specialist,' at 634-2188 or (919) 367-7251 in Boonviile. LEWISVILLE SWEETS 6289 Shallowfford Rd., Downtown, Lewisville 945-3634 •Wedding & Birthday Cakes •Rental Party & Reception Supplies •Cake Making Molds & Decorations •Candy & Sucker Molds & Chocolate •Banquets, Buffets, Showers Mon.,Tues., Thurs., Fri. 10-7, Wed. 10-6, Sat. 10-3 Clemmons Upholstery And Design Custom drapes and upholstery at great prices! Vicky Tuttle - 766-0084 Opening Marcii 1st 12 River Ricige Dr. — Clemmons Hi! My name is Jesse Allen Walls and 1 am one year old. My mom­ my and daddy gave me a Care Bear birthday party at my home in Kernersviile and my Nanny and Papaw Morrison gave me a clown birthday party at their home in Mocksville. I sure am a lucky little boy. Deluxe Estate • 8x10x8 $ 5 9 9 0 0 New & Improved Tack Room 12x10x9 $ o A a o o \HE^RTIAND America^ 0 \ Backyanl Builder Clemmons Hardware 3508 Hwy. 158, Clemmons, N.C. 766-6988 HEARTLAND FEATURES • Exclusive door design elimínales sagging and warpage • Wealhertight, all wood CQnslructlon • Heavy, solid weight needs no anchoring • No loundalion required No Down Payment No Payment lor 30 Days (On approved credit) MasterCard • VIh Discover Card Th e Clem m ons M ethodist Preschool announcc.s W e ’r e “ g r o w in g ” p la c e s — C o m e g r o w w ith u s! • 3 months - 4 years • New, bright, air-conditioned facility • Safe and secure atmosphere • New 5 day - 4 year.>j program with super supplemental science program Гог the in(|uisitive child • Experienced and caring teachers • Kindergarten preparation • Current academic curriculum Call 7 6 6 -9 5 S 3 9 -1 2 , M onday - Friday C A LL N O W — LIM ITED V A C A N C IES I PAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 2, 1989-5C School M enus R ecent indiictccs to D avie H igh School’s Kcta C lu b and N ational H on or Socicty arc: (Front ro w , from left) Sclcn a L ew is, K a rla H agstroni, N atalie G riKC, C h risty G en try, B rad ley F o sler, Ju lie N H S , B e t a C l u b G e t M e m b e r s Davie High School’s Beta Club and National Honor Society in­ ducted its new members M onday, Feb, 13. The Beta Club inducted 16 ju n io rs, in clu d in g; R odn ey Cassidy, Shannon Covington, Julie Dillon, Debbie Evans, Bradley Foster, Christy Gentry, Natalie G roce, Karla Hagstrom, Selena Lew is, Am ber M artin, Sherri M cDaniel, Jam es M oney, Angelia Kew som e, Alan Pfau, Danny Rum ple and Kenneth Stroud. The National Honor Society’s new members include eight seniors and 16 juniors. The seniors inducted w ere E lizab eth C ren sh aw , D onna Hildebrand, Andy Hunt, Tonya JefM es, David Payne, Matt W ebb, W in W elch and Jana W illiam s. T he juniors inducted w ere Rodney Cassidy, Shannon C ovt ington, Julie Dillon, Debbie Evans, Bradley Foster, Christy Gentry, Natalie Groce, Karla Hagstrom, ' Selena Lew is, Am ber M artin, Sherri M cDaniel, Jam es M oney, Angelia N ewsom e, Alan Pfau, D anny Rum ple and Kenneth Stroud. • . , D illon, Shan n on Covinf;l<in, and D ebbie E van s. (Second row ): K enn etii S tro u d , A lan P fa u , A n gelia N ew som e, Jam e s M on ey, S h erri M cD an iel, A n ib er M a rlin , and R odn ey C assid y. — I’ hotos by R obin Fergu sson . The Davie County school menus for the week of M arch 6 -10 are as follows; M O N D A Y, M A RC H 6 B real(fast: Cereal or blueberry m uffin, choice o f juice and milk. T U E S D A Y , M A RC H 7 Breal<fast; Cereal or scrambled eggs, toast and jelly, bacon, choice o f juice and milk. W E D N E SD A Y , M A R C H 8 B reak fast: Cereal or school- made doughnuts, choice o f juice and milk. T H U R SD A Y , M A RC H 9 B reakfast: M anager’s Choice F R ID A Y , M A R C H 10 B reakfast; Cereal or sausage biscuits, choice o f juice and milk. G R A D E S K -6 M O N D A Y, M A RC H 6 Lim ch : Hot dog with chili and onions or baked ham and macaroni and chee,se, green beans, french fries, fresh pears, pickled beets, roll and milk. Bonus: Slaw T U E S D A Y , M A R C H 7 Lunch: Club sandwich, spaghet­ ti. tossed salad, fruit cup, buttered corn, broccoli with cheese, French bread and milk. W E D N E SD A Y , M A RC H 8 Lunch:H am burger or taco with slircdded cheese and sauce, lim as, applesauce, vegetable slrips and dip, fried okra and milk. Bonus: Shredded lettuce and tomato T H U R SD A Y , M A RC H 9 L unch; M anager’s Choice F R ID A Y , M A RC H 10 Lunch: Pizza or vegetable beef soup with grilled cheese sandwich, tossed salad, ambrosia, butter com , fresh fruit and milk, G R A D E S 7 -12 M O N D A Y, M A R C H 6 Lunch; Hot dog with chili and onions or baked ham and macaroni and cheese, green beans, french fries, fresh pears, pickled beets, roll and m ilk. Bonus: Slaw T U E SD A Y , M A R C H 7 Lunch: Club uindwich, spaghet­ ti, tossed salad, fruit cup, buttered corn, broccoli wilh cheese, French bread and milk. W E D N E SD A Y , M A RC H 8 Lun ch ; Tuna salad or taco with shredded ch eese, lim as, ap­ plesauce, vegetable strips and dip, fried okra and m ilk. B onus; Shredded lettuce and tomato T H U R SD A Y , M A RC H 9 Lunch; M anager’s Choice F R ID A Y , M A R C H 10 Lun ch ; Pork chop or vegetable beef soup with grilled cheese sand­ w ich, tossed salad, am brosia, but­ tered corn, fresh fruit, roil and milk. N ew N ation al H on or So ciety m em bers a re: (Fi-ont ro w , from left) Ja n a W illiam s, T o n y a Je ffrie s, D onna H ildebrand , and Elizabeth C renslw m . (Second row ): W in W elch, M all W ebb, D avid P ayn e. (Not pictured is A n d y H unt). _______________________ SUBSCRIBE to the Davie County Enterprise-Record 1 year, in-state.............. $18.00 1 year, out-of-state ..... $22.50 Send check to Enterprise-Record P.O. Box 525 Mocksville, NC 27028 Sichools ' Mocksville Elementary Congratulations to these students . who earned recognition as Student o fth e W eek Feb. 13 -17 : Christy Caiiipbell, Jessica Parker, Ashley Hanes, Lauren Cozart, Jennifer Bu'rgio, Casey Sellers, Latasha W h ite, D rew B eck , M andy W orkman, Ellie Brown, Kyle Tut­ terow, Jeffrey M cllvenna, Sally R i^ le , Adam W eir, Jimmy Robin­ son, Jason Daniel, Jonathan M ar- tinj Bobby Anderson, Bradley Church, Adam Chandler. M rs. Eanes’ third grade students visiled Davie V illage on Valen­ tine’s Day. They presented a 'm usical program for die patients. ' M rs. Cline, dental assistant for D r, Prillaman, spoke to M rs. M cM illan’s and M rs. Eanes’ classes about dental heallh. She brought cach child an activity book, stickers and book mark. . M ocksville M iddle W inners in homeroom spelling bees were; Angie Hall, Jill Angell, KeAnne Tomlinson, Eddie N eely, Matt Strong, Jennifer W atkins, Kendra H owell, M elinda Tut- teipw , April Sham el, Shannon H olm es, H olly Landry, Rachel Foiiler and Erin Randle. These stiidents will compete for the op- p c ^ n ity to represent M ocksville M iddle ihlhe Davie County Spell- ;ihi:Bee. :r.‘ , 'M ocksviiie M iddle students will beienfeitaiiied with a performance ^by* ttw Davie, High Jazz B^nd on M WPMilt-Davie O f i ^ viiited th e; on Feb. IS and ~ « ch em ical and l:«kM ge« o f matter. D A V I D S O N C O U N T Y C o m m u n ity C o lle g e A V IE C o u n t y C l a s s e s 1989 Spring Quarter Schedule CREDIT COURSE CourM No, S O C 2 0 1 Course Tills Principles o f Sociology Credit Hour 5 Conlacl Hour ■5 Beglnt/Ends Day Time Tuition Location 3/06/89 - 05/24/89 M on. & W ed. 5 :3 0 - 8 :3 0 P M $ 3 L 2 5 . SouUi D avie Jr. H S CONTINUING EDUCATION CO U RSES Coutaea Instructor Begint/End*Day Time Coat Location A dult B asic Education Daughtery 3 /2 -5 / 2 5 M on. & Thurs.5 :3 0 - 8 :3 0 PM F R E E B rock Center A dult H igh School Diplom a B o ger 3/2 - 5/25 M on. & Thurs.6.00 - 9:00 PM F R E E D avie H igh School A pplew otk for Tcachers H odges 4 /3 -6 /5 M on.4 :0 0 - 6 :15 PM $ 15 *Soulh D avic Jr. H igh (C E U ’s 2.0) South D avie Jr. H ighA rt - Beginners to Advanced Beard 4/3 - 6 /12 M on.6:00 - 9:00 PM $25 A tt - Beginners to Advanced Beard 4 /6 -6 /15 Thurs.6:00 - 9:00 P M $2 5 N orth D avie Jr. H igh A ft F o r Everyone L ieu 3 / 2 3 -6 / 1 Thurs.9 :0 0 A M - 12 :0 0 $ 2 5 B rock Center Ceram ics and Pccan Figurines,B lackw eld er 3/22 - 5/3 1 W ed. 8 :3 0 -11:3 0 A M $25 B rock Center Crocheting, Beginning Sills 4 / 6 -6/8 Thurs.7:0 0 - 9:00 PM $20 Soulh D avie Jr. H igh D ecorative Painting Harpe 3/21 - 5/30 T ues.9:0 0 A M - 12 :0 0 $25 B rock Cenier D ecorative Painting Harpe 4 / 4 -6 / 13 T ues.6 :3 0 -9 :3 0 PM $25 W m . R. D avie School E ffective Teacher Training Floyd 4 /3 -4 /2 6 M on.4 :3 0 -8 :3 0 PM $ 15 Soulh D avie Jr. H igh for Substitute Teachers T ues. & Thurs.. 4 :3 0 - 7 :3 0 PM Introduction to M icrocom puters H odges 4/6 - 6/8 Thurs.6 :0 0 -8 :3 0 PM $ 15 *Soulh D avie Jr. H igh L ap Quilting L agle 3 /2 1 - 5/30 T ues.9:00A M - 12 .0 0 $25 B rock Center M ind M apping Strategies C arr 3 /14 - 4/25 T ues.6 :30 - 9 :20 PM $ 15 Soulh D avie Jr. H igh forT cachers (C E U ’s 1.5) N otary Public Education Potts 4 / 18 -4 / 2 0 T ues. & Thurs.7.0 0 - 9:00 P M $ 15 Soulh D avie Jr. High $ 5 .2 5 ( H andbook Fee) Priniciples o f Sociology S taff 3 / 6 -5 / 2 4 'M on. & W ed.7:0 0 - 9 :20 P M $ 3 1.2 5 South D avie Jr. H igh Private Pilot Ground School W right 4 / 4 -6/8 T ues. & Thurs.6 :3 0 -9 :3 0 P M $ 15 North D avic Jr. High Punch Em broidery W ard 4/4 -4 /2 5 ; -Tues.7 :0 0 -9 :0 0 P M $20 Soulli D avie Jr. High A Study o f the L ife o f Christ Nothstine 414-616 T ues.7:0 0 - 9 :00 PM $20 Soulh D avic Jr. High T yping Suiter 4 / 3 -6 / 14 M on. & W ed.6:00 - 8:00 PM $ 15 * *Soulh D avie Jr. High W oodcarving M artin 4 / 4 -6 / 13 Tues.6 :3 0 -9 :3 0 P M $25 W m . R .D avie School W riting for Pleasure and Profit:M yers 3 /2 3 -6 /8 Thuts.7:0 0 -10 :0 0 P M $25 North D avie Jr. High W riter’s Roundtable, Part 1 1 *$10.00 Computer Fee payable to Davie County Schools *$20.00 Typewriter Fee payble 10 Davie County Schools Roglstntlon Will b§ conducted at the tlrst Class meeting. For more Information about classes arid registration, contact DCCC's Davie County Office, Telephone (704) 634-2885. DAVIDSON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE p. O. Box 1287, Lexington, North Carolina 27293-1267 <4 ‘ AnttualOppertunHyAMriMtliwAcUonlMlltuUon ^ 6C-DAVIE COUNTY ENTEUI’RISK IlKCORI), TIIURSOAY. Miircli 2, 1989 F r y e : T o r n a d o S e a s o n H e r e , B e P r e p a r e d F o r W o r s t Нр й ' Tornado season i.s ju.st aroumi the corncr, and Davic cmorgcncy management coordinator Jolinny Frye i.s urging area re.sidents to be prepared for the wor.st. “ Rcsidenls o f this state know all too well about the devastation broughl on by tornadoes. In recciit weeks, nine North Carolina coun­ ties were ripped by tornadoes. Many remember vividly March 28, 1984, when 44 people were killed by twisters in l-.astern North C arolin a," Frye said. “ Since tornadoes pose a serious threat to all Norlh Carolinians, I feel Ihat il is a good time to con­ sider these questions. What would you do if a tornado threatened Davic Coum y? Do you know where to find tlic best shelter for yourself and your family? "T he North Carolina Division o f Emergency Management and the Davie County Emergency Manage­ ment Agency urge all North Carolinians lo lake pari in Ihc statewide tornado drill during Severe Weather Awareness Week and to learn as much as possible about lhe.se storms should one threaten Davie County. “ W e, at D avie County Emergency Management, will be happy lo work wilh any person or group that wants information on tornadoes and how lo survive them. W e arc here to help before a disaster strikes, as well as after," Frye said. Frye offers the following safety rules: • A tornado walch means ihat conditions are right for the development o f tornad«s. Keep a battery-powered radio or television set nearby and listen to the latest weather reports, even if the sky is blue. Tornadoes develop very rapidly. • A tornado warning means that a tornado has been indicated on radar or has actually touched down. Immediately seek shelter in­ side a basement or storm cellar or the center interior section o f a rein­ forced building. Stay aw ay from windows and doors. Get under a heavy table or curi up so that your head and eyes are protected. Keep a battery-powered radio or televi­ sion nearby and listen for further • advisories.''i Yadkin Valley News Items B y M rs. R uby M cB ride Yadkin Valley Correspondent The Yadkin V alley Community extends its sympathy to the families o f Cara Beth Parker, Kenneth Long and Charlotte Smith. M ay God bless each and every one. M rs. Brenda Hanes is doing fme after her surgery at Medical Park Hospital. M rs. Jane Hepler Clark had surgery at M edical Park Hospital on Tuesday and is doing fme. M rs. .Donna Bailey visited her grandparents, M r. and M rs. “ Toots” Riddle on Frida)'. Gladys Hayes visiled Jane Clark at M edical Park Hospital on W ednesday. Comatzer B y DoHie Potts Cornatzer Correspondent Doltie Potts relumed home from Davie County Hospital Feb. 20 after undergoing major surgery. Among her visitors la.sl week were M r. and M rs. Carl Frye, A va and Clara Barney, Jackie Winters, Dot Carter, Lucille and Margaret Polts, M r. and M rs. Garland Bowens, and M r. and M rs. C.W . Allen, E lla Smith, and Junette Day. E va Potts and Lena Wall visited Pearl Frye and M rs. Sadie Seats in D avie County Hospital Saturday afternoon. The R ev. Elm er Day returned home Feb. 2 1 from M edical Park Hospital where he had surgery. . I Josep h in e E llis underw ent medical treatment as an out-patient lit F o rsyth M ed ical C enter Tuetday. > i- Mr., and M rs. Derek Harpe viiited hi« bther, Joe Carr Harpe, ,iii P onyth Hospital. He had suf- |en d a heah attack and had surgpry TiMiday. • If you arc in an office building during a loniado warning, go lo an inlcrior hallway on Ihe lowest floor or lo Ihe de.signaled .sholler area. • In homes. Ihe ba.setnenl olTers Ihe grealesl proiecl ion. Seek .shelter under sturdy furniliirc, if possible. In homes wilhoul basenicnls, lake cover in lhc central pari o f lhc house on lhc lowesl lloor in a sniiill room such as a closcl. hilhrooin or under heavy furniture. Stay away from windows and doors. • In shopping centers, go to Ihe dcsignalcd .shelter area. Do not stay in your car. • M obile homes arc easily over- lurned by slrong winds and .should be immedialely evacuated when strong winds or a tornado is forecast. M obile home parks .should have a community storm shelter. If there is no shelter near­ by, leave the mobile home and take cover on low , protected ground with your head and face protected. • Tornadoes are only one o f Ihe lethal aspects o f a thunderstorm. L igh tn in g asso ciated w ith thunderstorms usually causc more deaths cach year than do tornadoes. • If you are in an indoor shelter, slay aw ay from electrical ap­ pliances w hile the storm is overhead. ' If you arc forced lo take shelter outdoors, slay aw ay from and be lower than high conductive objccts, such as single trees and power poles. • Flash flooding may also occur as a result o f heavy thunderstorms and tornadoes. Consider this fac- :or when selecting your shelter. • If you live in a flash flood pro­ ne area, stay tuned to your radio or television for information on possible flooding. • If you take shelter in a d'i^ch during a tornado warning, be alert to rapidly rising water and m ove to a safer location as soon as possible. For more information on safety tips dealing with tornadoes 'or severe weather, contact the D avie County Em ergency Management O fficc at 634-0879. Ш ш Ш р БсШ Copyright 1989 Wlnn>Olnie CharloHe. INC.America’s Supermarket Prices good Wed. Mar. 1 thru Tues. Mar. 7, 1989. Ouanlity Rights Reserved GIVE YOUR CHANGE TO FEED TH E HUNGRY. D O N A T E Y O U R C H A N G E : T O F I G H T H U H G E R . The statistics at>out hurvger m America are shochirtg Mote ar>d more children ar>d etderiy . peoo'e aon'f have erwugh jo tai Bul you can help *■• maVe a char>ge fo» the Dener WINN-OIXIE and The Salvation Army have put togelher a simple, elective , pfogram called 'Even (( Up ' VVnon you buy ‘*i.’ groceries, lusi asK the your cashier **to ' evon up" your groccry total lo n H | H n «*ti>e noai doiinr Trio funds coOocitKlM>ll go lo Trio S.llvjttiort Army lo prov>ao /RQjiU^n) ' « ^Iresh lood Items lor rieedy lamiiies W-D’s Low Price 4 roll pkg. A ssorted C olors LtMIT t WITH StO.OO OR MORE FOOD ORDER SunbeltBathroomTissue 58« 32 ox. |ar 9 9 < Do«p South Light Moyonnaise Qood al yaur Clammont Wlnn-Dlxl* onlyl 6V2 oz. can In Oil or W ater Chunk LightBlue Bay Tuna LIMIT 3 WITH SIO.OO OR MORE POOD ORDER Dm»p South Smooth or Crunchy Peanut Butter Blu* or Green 38 oz. boxLilac Detergent $ 1 3 » 99' Soft Drinks The IVIeat People. W-D Select LeanCenter Cut Boneless Pork Chops $ 2 9 9 Freth Ground Chuck (b.S | 7 . W-D S e le ct LeanFresh Pork Picnics Dairy Delights R egu lar or Old FashionMinute Maid Orange Juice $ 1 3 9 64 oz. carton Superbrond Regular or Lite Cottage Cheese 3 Ib. cup 1 79 1 Ib. pkg.SuperbrandMargarineQuarters 3 8 « 68W-D Brand U.S. Choice Bonelets Chuck Roast tb. ^1 W-D Brond U.S. Cholt» l>on Bonalaii Stew ................ *1’* Superbrond Sour Cream Superbrond Yogurt.. .. 16 O l. cup More Savings Har)^t Fresh Harvest Fresh-Г ..RedFlaifi« Seedless; Grapes Horveft Freih Collfornlo Novel 4 Ib. bogOranges Qood nt your CItmmant Wlnn-Dlxl* onlyl Harvest FreshiGolden^ Bipe Bananas Harvcil Fr*ih Extra Fancy Rail Ddteloui Apples------ lb. 69*! Horvest Freth D'An)ou ^ Pears . . . . lb. 59’ U.S.D.A. Choice Bone-lnWhole Bib Eyes H a l f P r i c e S a l e tar W « i t l . ) *Pito Breod 16 oz. loaf Fresh Baked Italian Bread 2 9 9 « W as: $3.99 Lean DellBoiled Ham I I 9 9 •I» » ’69’Wot: 11.И Sp.c1otly Ane*l LV 9 9 * TVS*« —. .f • Food Coke ThisWeek’5 Spooky Special! 30 minutes of color : The grealesl cartoon library0lalll"»'‘’ i5no<vv0urs.il * ^ mceUib'i* Silvngs ^ fHl¥WEEk”6iiLYt“| C a sp e r V olum e 2 : I^ Coupon good thru 3/7/£9 Shcfrictd W I i ì s Ik t " Porcelain Fine c h in a ; T H I S W E E K ’S F E A T U R E only Saucer RegulaT Price 94c 7 7 with each S5 purchase ■"',1 DAVIK COUNTY ENTICKI’RISE RECORD,THURSDAY, March 2, 1989-70 T o r n a d o e s A r e N a t u r e ’ s M o s t D e s t r u c t i v e S t o r m s Even though their times on Earth arc short-lived, torniicloes are nature's most violent and destruc­ tive atmospheric phenomenon. They are capable o f toppling buildings, lifting and rolling mobile homes and automobilc,s, and hurl­ ing people, animals, trees, and 'debris hundreds o f yards in the air. The United States has the most severe, damaging tornadoes o f any country. The combination o f mois- lure, cold air and .strong winds easl o f the Rockies provide the perfect ingrcdieiils for tornado forniallon. North Carolina is included in this Kirnado-proiie area. Producing the deafening s o u jkIs o f roaring jet engines or rumbling frelglil trains, destnictive tornadoes usually travel in a path averaging nine miles in length. 10 yards wide, and al speeds r.itigiiig from .15 (o45 nips. They can generate violently rotating columns o f air with speeds up to 300 mph. In North Caroiina, llie deadliest tornadoes occurred on the night o f M arch 28, 1984. The twisters left 44 dead, more than 800 injured and over $ 10 5 million worth o f damages. A tornado usually appears as a funnel-shaped cloud, .spinning in a counter-clockwi.sc direction, and e.xtending from Ihe ba.se o f a large thuiidercloud to the ground. They vary from gray to black in color and can be .seen when the air col­ umn contains condensation, surface dust or debris. Som e exceptionally large tor­ nadoes lack the classic funnel shape and may appear as large, turbulent clouds or rain shafts near the ground. O ccasionally, two or more tor­ nadoes occur sim ultaneously, ex­ tending from the sam e thunderstorm. And, it is not uncommon for ma­ jo r tornado “ outbreaks” or families o f tornadoes to occur dur­ ing the same period causing widespread damage over an exten­ sive area including several states. Out o f the . nation’s six wonst recorded “ outbretiks” — callcd the “ Deadly H alf Dozen” — Super Outbreak o f April 3-4, 1974, touched down in North Carolina. Q u e s t i o n : W h a t c o u l d p o s s i b l y b e b e t t e r t h a n a B u y O n e - G e t O n e F r e e S a l e ? ! ? A n s w e r : O n l y W i n n - D i x i e ’ s . . . Prices good Weid. March 1 thru Tues. March 7, 1989. . I C 13 oz. pkg. Com bination or Pepperoni P r e s t i g i o S f e n c h B r e a d P i z z a Was: S1.99 9 9 0 12 oz. pkg. A r m o u r A H M e a t F r a n k s 7 4 c Was: SI .49 i e ct. pkg. ____ Carnation Heaven Bars or 10 cl. pkg. CarnationI Heaven Was: SI .99 Was: $3.49 Popcorn Sea Pak S h rtm p • Ш Ш Ш m 12 or. Was: S2.59 Round or Fantall Sea Pak Shrimp & Batter 01. Was: 69* Thrifty Maid Steak Fries.......... Was: 69* Thrifty Maid Stuffed Baked Potatoes......a. Wat: $1.39 Inland Valley Potato Patttes 16 02. Wn: 99' ThrlHy Maid Inadtd Plite • • • • • • • Wm: I1.§9 Tofutii • • • • 01. 12 02. pkg.Carolina Priile C o o k e d H a m $164 1.29 ■Was: S3.: Wat: $J.99 Toife 'o Seo Flih Fill*»* or Fish Sticks............a oz. pkg.9 9 < Wos: SI.39 Raspberry/CrQnberry Seneca Juice . . . . 12 01. con Ы Woi: 57* Sup«rbrond Butter or Buttvrmllk Texas Biscuits . . . îaV 28* Woi! Light Dukes Mayonnaise 16 OB. jar 49’ Wo«: 79' with Peanuts Fiddle Faddle....6.5 01. box 39» Wof; $2.19 KItfy Pleat« Cat Litter.............2S Ib. bog $ -| 0 9 Wat: 99* Crackln Good Striped, Tootled, Coconut PuH or__ii —...wuiviv* mur>nmaiiew Cookies..................5 01. pkg. 49« Wai: 99* Crackln Good Vanilla or Attortod Creme Wafers... X 4 9 < Wot: S1.I9 Turll* W ai Carpet Cleoner ..1*01. til*$ | 0 » Woi; » . t f Turll* Wo> Upholstry Cleaner 14 01. •Im $14* Woii tl.M Horv*it Fresh Mushrooms 12 01. Pk9- 9 9 « Wo i: 49* R*frMh Lemon Cleaner .. IS e i. •lu 34’ U m U 12 oz. pkg. L lt O L O e n A ? О Was: $1.49 Was: $1.69 Sliced Smitfifield Bacon ..... Carolina Pride Sliced B o l o g n a 7 4 0 Was: $1.29 Hot or Mild Jamestown Sausage___ Was: $1.99 W h3le or Halves Claussen Pickles....... Was: $1.99 W-D Brand Com Dogs........ , Was: $1.19 Madison Chicken Bologna......... Was: $1.39 Original or Beef Brown 'n Serve Swin Sausage Links .o. Was: $1.39 Hormel Sliced Pepperoni... ,,.0. w 64Û 99<> 99^ 59<> rown 'n 690 6 9 0 Identined as Tornado No. 148, the last ofthe “ fam ily,” touched down near Baton in Caldwell County. Tornado No. 12 1 claimed lives when it struck near M urphy. The .storms claimed 3 15 people as I f roared through 13 states. Strong winds, heavy rain, and especially large hail often precede a tornado and are clear warning signs o f impending tornado forma­ tion. Large hail stones — Vt inches or greater in diameter — are often found in that portion o f a thunderstorm mass where strong to violent tornadoes are most likely to occur. Direction O f Travel Most significant tornadoes come from the southwest and m ove in a northeasterly direction. They are unpredictable and erratic in behavior — stationary one mo­ ment, and then m oving very, very quickly the next. Even though rare, tornado “ pathway speeds” o f up lo 70 mph have been reported. Through the combined aclion o f strong rotary winds and Ihe impact and speed of airborne debris, tor­ nadoes quickly become a destruc­ tive and deadly force. Until recent­ ly, it was believed that the drop o f atm ospheric pressure caused buildings to “ explode” or col­ lapse. The actual causc is the force o f the tornado winds pushing the windward wall inward, resulting in the roof being lifted up and the re­ maining w alls falling outward. What is the most deadly threat o f a tornado? Flying debris. M ost tornado-related deaths are caused by head injuries from flying debris. Sticks, glass, roofing m aterials, lawn furniture and other sim ilar m aterials become deadly m issiles when driven by the force o f a tor­ nado's strong winds. Demonstrating the incredible strength o f a tornado’s wind force, -in 19 3 1 a tornado in Minnesota carricd an 88 ton railroad coach and ils 117 passengers 80 feet through Ihe air and dropped them in a ditch. In 19 75, a tornado in M ississip­ pi carried a home freezer through the air for m ore than a m ile. You r best protection against a tornado are am ple warning and time to get out o f its w ay. O f course, that is not alw ays possible. There may be only seconds to act. A dvance planning — knowing what to do and where to go — is a m ajor key in surviving a tornado. Basic safely locations include storm cellars, shelters, basements, and small rooms on tlie lowest level. in the center o f the house or building. A lw a y s try to get under something sturdy to protect your head, face, and body. Stay away from windows, doors, and outside walls. If the windows arc up, leave them up. If they are down, leave them down. Do not spend precious seconds at a position where flying debris or glass could kill you. Do not try to outrun a tornado in a car. Seek shelter immediate­ ly. M ore than half o f the 44 deaths in the 1979 tornado that ranked W ichita Falls, Texas, were at­ tributed lo persons trying to outrun the twister in cars. Leave mobile homes during a tornado or tornado warning. Go to a designated shelter or more substantial structure. If a shelter is not available, lie flat in the nearest ditch, ravine, or culvert wilh your hands sh ield in g yo u r head. Statistics show that the greatest percentage o f tornado deaths occur in mobile homes. Listen For Warning Through ils tornado and severe thunderstorm watch-and-warning sy.stems, the National Weather Ser­ vice and Davie County Em ergen­ cy Management and other organi­ zations coniim ially strive to give citizens ample warning time to find shelter. They, aLso educate community ofliciais and the public on disaster preparedness programs and plans including the conduct o f "Severe W eather Awareness W eek" and tornado d rills in sch o o ls, businesses, and industries. For more information concern­ ing tornadoes and how to prepare for theiji, contact D avic County E m ergen cy M anagem ent at 6.\4-0879. 8C-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERI’RI.SK FtECOKI), THUKSDAV, Mardi 2, ¡ m îr’l ‘i 1658 1988 (Ш Ш 1,Ш «НП0М 130 уоагз ot sorvice 4 Locations Middlebrook De. S. Main SI. iCtemmons Wmston-Salorn fíeynoida Rd. S. Mam St. Winston-Salom Loxinglon Davio Phono No 098-342B Blue Bay Seafood Restaurant Open Tue-s.'Frl. .1-10 Sat. .1-10; .Sun. 12-9 Closcd on Mondiiys Highw ay 70, Barber 278-2226 278-2227 MOCKSVILLE BUILDERS SUPPLY "TogQlher We Do it Betlor" South Main 634-5915 Attend Ttie Ctiureti 01 Your Ctiolce John N. McDaniel & Sons Hwy, 601 S., Mocksville 634-3531 FOSTER-RAUCH DRUG CO. Wllkaaboro Stroet IMocksvllle, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-2141 CAUDELL LU M BER CO. 162 Sheek Street Mockavllle, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-2167 Johnnie M. Tilley Pest Control Service ■Swv/CM /=0f O w 2e Yean' Locally Owned & Operated •Raildm tid •Comnwrclal •Induttrl«! •Inttltutlonal Vnspeclton Upon Request' Mockevllle 634-S600 Complements of Department Store North Main Street Modevlil« •^'<54al4 Шея t 3iu М 2 VadMnvHI« Road Mockavllle 634-6115 MARTIN HARDWARE & GENERAL MDSE. FMda, Dry Qoodt, Orocartaa and Ftrtlllztr Otpot StrttI Moektvlllt, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-2128 J.P. GREEN MILLING CO., INC. Mtktrt of OAISV FLOUR Wt Cuitom Blend Otpot Strtat Mockavlllt, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-2126 T H E P L O T T IN G O F S A N B A L L A T ! S A N B A L L A T ^ E MORONITE, W AS A GOVERNOR IN S A M A R IA WMEM NEHEMIAH CAM E TO JERUSALEM TO REBUILD THE C ITY 'S W A LLS, R E N E W TWE S TR U C TU R A L W EAKNESSES, A N D STR EN STH EN THE CONVICTIO N O F TWE PEO PLE IN TWEIR O LD T R A D IT IO N s f B O ^ AP^^ S IV E AND P U R IO U S , H E IM M E D IA T E L Y S T A R T E D P L O T T IN S A G A IN S T N E W E M IA H A N D M S P LA N S , B U T N O N E O F H IS M A C H IN A T IO N S S E E M E D S U C C E S S F U L . S Q H E B R O U G M T O T H E R S IN T O H IS P L O T S T D E IT H E R P R E V E N T T H E t? E B U IL D IN S O F J T E R U S A L E M 'S W A L L S O R TO . A S S A S S I N A T E N E H E M IA H (N E H . 6= 1-4). U N F O R T U N A T E L Y , F O R S A N B A L L A T , E V E R Y N E W D E V I C E T H O U S H T O F B V H IM A N D HIS C O -C O N S P IR A T O R S R A ILE D ! T H E T R E M E N D O U S W O R K P R O S P E R E D IN E V E R Y D E6R E & C U L M IM A T IN G IN TH E C O M P L E T E R E S T O R A T IO N O F T H E C I T Y O F J E R U S A L E M A N D T H E R E B U IL D IN G O t- T H E T E M P L E IT S E L F ! S A N B A L L A T F O R A L L H IS D E V IO U S S C H E M I N 6S , E X P E R I E N C E D IS N O M IN IO U S D E F E A T .' ' . SAVE THIS FOR YOUR SUNDAY SCHOOL SCRAPB'o o K . A tM M KV o r SOD MARANATHA CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLYHwy. 601 Nonh Mocksvi»«. N.C. Rev. Curtis E. WoodSunday School 9:45 a.m.Morning Worship 10.45 a..Ti.Evening Worehip 7:00 p.m. M J»rttT Mark H«1. pastor Sunday Service«Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Mofnlrvg Worship 11.00 a.m. Evening Worship 0.00 p.m.Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. BEAR CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH Dear Creek Church Road North Of MocksvUle Rev. Jerry Ctonlngar. Jr. Sunday ^hool 10:00 a.m.Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m.BLAtSE BAPTIST CHURCH Htghwar 601 North at MO Rev. Olenn Seltors, pastor Sunday School 9;45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Serrice ' 7:30 p.m.BRSAD OF LtFE BAPTIST CHAPEL Pour Corners Community. Hwy. 801 Phil Kitchln. paatorSundsy School 10:00 a.m.Preaching Service 11:00 a.m. CHURCH FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Calahaln Road Rev. Carrol Jordan, pastor Sunday School t0:00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Sunday Night Worship 7:00 p.m.Wednesday Bible Sludy 7:00 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Htghwiy eOl South Rt. 7^^Box 92. Mocksville 'l0:00 B.m, 11:00 a.m.7:00 p.m. 7:00 o.m. Farmington GREEN MEADOWS BAPTIST CHURCH Hvry. 601. Farminaton Sunday School 10 00 a.m.Worshtp Service 11 ;00 a.m.Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.Wednesday Sorvico 7:30 p.m. HOPE BAPTIST TABERNACLE Highway 158 East Pastor: David JordanSunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Set>-ice 10:45 a.m. Evangelistic 7:30 p.m. lJA ® i:ii(^ S R O A D S BAPTIST cm iKcHKenneth Hydo. pastor Sunday School Worship SenriceEvening Worship 9;45 a.m. 11.00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. . . p Service Evening Worship Wednesday Senke CEDAR CRCEK BAPTIST Cedar Creek Chruch Road Or. W.C. Hay, PaslorSunday School iw:w b.ih. Worship Service2nd & 4ih Sunday 1:30 p.m. CHINAOUAPIN QROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Chlnaquapin Church Road Olt Hwy. 601 Rev.. Danell McConnell COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Gladstone Roady School 10.00 a.m.ip Service 11:00 a.m._____JATZER BAPTIST CHURCH Advance, N.C.OAVIE BAPTIST CHURCH Fork. N.C.Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m.DUTCHMAN CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH g lf? S i? s W S r C H “uRCHEaton's Church Road Rev. David Gilt)reathSunday School 10 00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. EOQEWOOO BAPTIST CNURCH Highway BOl North Cooleamee, N.C. Rev. D.C. Sullivan, pastor I S ? Si,Sip !?;§§i:S: Sunday Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.-Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m. FARMINOTON BAPTIST CHURCHFa/ming(on Road Sunday School tO OO a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Youth Training Union 7:00 p m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH N. Main Street M r ;? * " “ "Morning Worship Evening V/orsiiip Church Training y BibleWednesday Bible Study FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Marginal Str«>et. Cooleemee, N.C. Rev. Lar^ G. Allen 9:45 a.m. 11.00 a.m. 7:00 p.m.6:00 p.m.7:00 p.m. Sunday St _Worship Service Fvening Worship Wednesday Service FORK BAPTIST CHURCH 6 miles easl on Hwy. 64 Sunday School Worship Service 9:45 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:15 p-m. 9:45 a.m. li;0 0 e.m. 7:20 p.m. Sunday School Worahip Service " ........................lip. 10:00 a.m.11:00 a.m, 7:00 p.m. OREEN HILl 'BAPTIST CHURCH ^Green HtH Ro«dRev. Graham Wooten, paslorSunday School 9:45 a.m.Wwship Service 10.45 «.m.Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.Wednesday Worship 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Service 7:30 p.m.JERUSALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy. 601 SoulhSunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.Wednesday Senrice 7:30 p.m.NO CREEK PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH No Creek Road oft Hwy. 64 SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH 321 Oepol Slreel, Mocksviiie Rog. A.O. Walkor, paste« Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Sonice 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Worship (4lh week) 7:00 p.m. SMITH GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH T R ^ in li^ T lS T CHURCH Rl. 4, Mocksville Darrell Cox. paslorSunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Service f 1:00 a.m.Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m.TURRENTINE BAPTIST CHURCH Rt. 7. Mocksville Rev. Charles Hensley, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Service 11 ;00 a.m.Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m. VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH Midway St., Cooloemee Shelby Harbour, pastor . Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Wednesday AWANAS 6:45 p.m. cH u iiS "Yadkin Valley Road CATMOLICST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI CNURCHHwy. 601 NonhSunday Worship i0:00 a.m. CNMrCH o r CW Nir CORINTH CHURCH OF CHRIST Charlie Harrison. Jr.. minister Sunday Worship 11:00 e.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. CNURCN Of OODCOOLEEMEE CHURCH OF OODCooleemee. NC Luther Chambers, paslorSunday School lOOO e.m.Morning Worship 11:00 a mEvening Worship 6:00 p.m. CLEmI n t’i3M V E CHURCH OF QOo'* Hwy. 64 West l.W. Ijames. paslor Sabbath 10:00 a.m. Worship Service 1:00 p.m.Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Service 6:00 p.m.MOCKSVILLE CHURCH OF OOD Dwight Durham, paslor Hwy. 64 East !?;S8S:S:Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m. ■MMOPAL COOLEEMEE EPISCOAL CHURCH OF OOOD SHEPHERD Rev. Willis M. Rosenthal, priest Sdrmon 9,30 e.m. Sunday School 10:50 a.m. Mkldlebrcok Drivo. ClemmonsRev. David Wrict-Vpastor Sunday School 10:Q0 a.m.Worship & Holy Communion 11.DJ a.m. FORK EPISCOAL CHURCH OF THEASCENSIONSunday School 10:00 a m.Sunday Worship ] t;00 a.m. ST. CLEMMENt'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Reb. David Wrighl. pastor Sunday School io:00 a m.Worship A Holy Communion 11:00 a m. MOCKgjtLLC INTEROBiOUINATIONAL Rev. Unduy Watters, pastorSurtday School в.щ. Wednesday Bible Sludy 7:00 p!m INTEirFAirH/UNIVERSAL ASSEMBLY OF LIGHT Hwy, 601 S.(704) 284.4322Dr. Jerry L. Cope, minister1st & 3rd Sundays 2:30 p.m.2nd Thursday 7:30 p.m, 4m Wednesday 7;30p.m, HOLY CROSS UJmERAN CHURCH Rov. John A. Johrtson, S.T.M.. Pastor Hwy. 601 SouthSurrfay School 9:45Worship Sorvlco 11.00 a.m. Ш ГН 0 Ы Л7 A.M.E. ZION METHOOIST CHURCH Booetown Streel. Mocksville ADVANCE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Advance, N.C.BAILTY'S CHAPEL UNITED METHODISTBailey's Chapel RoodBETHEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCHBeihel Church RoadBETHLEHEM UNITEO METHODISTCHURCHRedland Road oH Hwy. 158 EastCENTER UNITED METHODIST CHURCHHighway 64 West Rev. John B. Rowe, minister1st & 2nd SundayChurch School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m.3rd & 4ih SundayWorship Sen/ice 9:45 a.m.Church School 10:45 a.m.5lh SundayChurch Scnool 9:45 a.m.CHESTNUT QROVE METHODIST CHURCH James Chip Webb, pastor 2nd & 4th SundaySunday &hool io:00 a.m.. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. CONCORD UNITED METHOOIST CHURCH Cherry Hitl Road Rev. John Deyton. minister 1st & 3rd Sunday Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a,m.2nd Л 4th SundayWorship Sen/;ce 10:00 a.m.Sunday School . 11:00 a.m.Sth Sunday Worship Alternate 10:00 Л 11:00 a.m. COOLEEMEE UNlTEU METHODIST CHURCHRev. Wade H. Chikton. Jr.. pastor CORNATZER UNtTED METHODIST CHURCH Cornatzer Road DULIN ME^Advance, K ._. ELBAVIU E UNITEO METHODIST CHURCH Hwy. BOl. Advance. N.C. FARMINOTON METHOOIST CHURCH tsi Sunday Sunday School 11:00 a.m.Worship Service 10:00 a.m.2nd & 4ih SundaySunday School 10:00 a.m.3rd Sunday a i ' p « , FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCHNoftt> Main Slreel. Mocksviiie Sunday School I0;00 o.m.Worship Service 11:00 a m.FULTON UNITEO ICTHOOIST CHURCH Hwy. 801 between Fork and Advance Rev. Mark S. Denton, pastor Isl A 4ih Sunday Sunday ^hool 11:00 a.m.Worship Service 9.45 a.m.2nd. 3rd & 5ih SundaySunday School 9:45 a.m.Worahip Seniice 11 ;00 a.m.HAROISON UNITED METHOOIST CHURCHJericho Church RoadLIBERTV UNITEO M rm ODIST CHURCHGladstone RoadIsl & 3rd Sunday Sunday School 11:00 a.m. т а е т . , Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m. M^NtgLLE A.M.E. ZION METHODIST Vauohn L. Adams, pastorRl. 6. BoK 37, MocksvilleSunday Scnool 9:30 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m. MOCKS UNITEO METHOOIST CHURCH Ит!*Ои(ГЕ METHOOIST CHURCHRl. S. Mocksville1st. 2nd. & 3rd SundaySunday School i0;00 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m.4ih Sundsy Sunday School 11.00 a.m.Worship Service 10:00 a.m ^ UMON UNITEO METHODIST CHURCH Haywood B. Hyall, pastor OAK GROVE UNITEO METHODIST CHURCHHwv-158 Easl • SALEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Davie Academy Road Rev. John B. Rowe, paslor 1st & 2nd Sundays Worship Senfice 10:00 a.m.Church School 11:00 a.m.3rd & 4th SundaysChurch School 10:00 a.m.Worship Sen/ice 11:00 a.m.5lh SundayChurch.School 10:00 a.m.SMITH GROVE UNITED METHODIST CHUnCHHwy, 158 Easl. Mocksviio Rov. Bobby G. Swaim. pastor Jsl A 3rd SundaySunday School 11:00 a.m. » 5 i S ! « l u n d a ,. y School 10.00 a.m.. . hip Service 11:00 a.m.Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m.UNION CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH James Chip Webb, p 1st. 3rd, & 5ih Suridi Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.WESLEY CHAPEL METHODIST CHUHCH Advance, N O. Sunday S Worship i Sunday School Worship Service 11:00 a.m._____^ 10:00a.m.2nd, 3rd. & 4th Sunday SundaySchool 10:00 a m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.2I0N CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCHRev. Kermit Shoaf, paslor BIXBY PH E5ByT?Sliii?H U nC HFofk Church Road at Cornauer Road n, Shane Owens.pastor Sunday School 9:4S a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a m.1st & 3rd Wednesday Oible Study 7:30 p.m.COOLEEMEE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ' 60 Watts Street-Codeemee Kenneth E. Pollock, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Servico 11:00 a.m.Wed. • Prayer A Bible Sludy 7:30 p.m. FIRST PRESByTERIAN CHURCH Leiand A Richardson, minister Corner So. Main Sl. i Lexlrtgion Hwy. Sunday School 10.00 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00a m. SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 458 Pine St..Ivan W. Lowery. Paator Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Sorvico 10:30 a m.¿nd & 4th Sunday W IM IYANLIBERTY WESLEYAN CHURCH A C . Clemens, pastor MOCKSVILLE WESLEYAN CHURCH Hospital Street. Mocksviiie David Rollins, PastorSunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship 11:00 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship 6 00 p m. Wednesday Worship 7:00 p m. MORAVIANMACEDONIA MORAVIAN CHURCH Rev. e. Hampton Morgan, Jr.. pastor Hwy. 801 Farmington Sumt.i) :>wliool 9.45 S.m.Worship 11:00 a.m.Youth Meeting 5 30 p m.Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p m. MOHMONChurch Ot Jesus Christ 01 Latter Day Saints669 Hardison St.. MocksvilleSunday Meeting 10.00 a.m. • 12 noon Milling Road Sid Mills, pastor Sabbaih School Worship Service Liberty Church F . . Rev. Albert Gentle 11:00 a.m. Support The Merchants Who Bring You This Information —Attend The Church Of Your Choice— Junday School ___________Wo/Ship Servico 1100 a m.MOCKSVILLE PENTACOSTAL CHURCH Pastor, Rev. David J. Eagle SundaySchool 1000 a.m.Worship 11:00 a m. Evening Senfice 6 00 p.m. NEW CALVARY HOLINESS CHURCH Rt. 7 Turrenfir>e Chorch Road Mocksville. N.C. 27028 Paslor Evangelfsl Charlono Lewis REDLAND PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS S L " » ““ “ ' -0.00 a m.Worship Service • ll;0 0am .EvangelisKc 7 00 p.m.Wednesday Family Nighl 7:00 p m Eaton Funeral Home 328 Norih Main Sireet Mocksville, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-2148 DAVIE TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO Ford Farming Sales And Service New Holland Equipment Highway 601 Soulh Mocksville, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-5969 When yotj re hi;ng»v for a relaxing meal, Hwy. 601 & M O M ocksvnie, NC Phone 634-0436 C.A. SEA FO R D LU M BER CO. Jericho Road Mocksville, N.C, 27028 Phone 634-5148 Compliments of DAVIE COUNTY FARM BUREAU977 Yadkinville Road Mocksville, N.C. 634-6207 SHEFFIELD LUMBER & PALLET CO. Routt 6, Box 153 Mockevlila, N.C. 27026 Phone 492-5565 JEFFCO CO., INC. In the Hillsdale Community Route 1 Advance. N.C. 27006 Phone 998-8193 FULLER WELDING & FABRICATORS Hwy. 601 s P.O. Box 821 Mockavllle, N.C. 634-3712 MOCKSVILLE SHELL SERVICE 189 Gaither Street Mockavllle, N.C. 634-5144 Ed Fisher PLUMBING SERVICE Cooleemao, N.C. 27014 Expert Repairs & New Installation FREE Estimates & Emergency Service 284-2721 P h o n e 284-2232 DVtlGGItlS S ie t L Fa b r ic a t in g 122 Wilkesboro St. Mocksville, N.C. 2702B 634-2379 Evelyn Haynes & Lewis & Clark Realtors 634-3831, 768-1662 Or 1-800-451-0218 Daily Devotion 9:30 to 9:45 a.m. Monday thru Saturday WDSL O b i t u a r i e s ; Joyce Ann Brown ; .'M rs. Joyce : Ann Bum - garner Brown, ■ 46, o f County ; L in e Com - ; munity, Route j !■, M ocksville, i died at Davis i (jo m m u n ity i Hospital Satur- ; day, Feb. 25, at ; 5 a.m . She had • been in declining health one year. ; Funeral services were comluctcd ;a t ’2 p.m . Tuesday, Feb. 28, at ; Plca.sant Vle»v Baptist Church with ; tbe Revs. Jason Whitley and Fred ; H. M artin officiating. Burial : followed in the church cemetery. , Pallbearers were Jim m y. David ; and Steve Wyatt. Allen. Billy and : Dale Ladd. ; ! She was born in Iredell County : M ay 2, 1942, and was a daughter . o f Fred Allen Bumgarner o f Route : 1. M ocksville, and the late Lois . Isabell Wyatt Bumgarner. She was • a member o f Pleasant V iew Bap- ’ tist Church where she was a Sun- ■ day School teacher. • She was married on Dec. 24, - 1958, to Benny Frank Brown, who ; sui-vives. : A lso su rvivin g are: three - broth ers, Fred A llen (R ed) ; Bumgarner Jr. and Johnny W ayne ' Biimgarner, both o f Route 1, ; M ocksville, and Charles H . (Son- • ny) Bumgarner of Route 1, ; Statesville; two sisters, M rs. Jaekje I i Campbell of Route 2, Cleveland, ; ancl M rs. W illiam Ladd o f Carl 1 ; Austin Road, Statesville. Leona D. Dedmon M rs. Leona Nelle Deadmon Dedmon, 87, o f the Salisbury Unit o f the N .C . Lutheran Home, form erly o f M aupin Avenue, I • Salisbury, died M onday, Feb. 27, at- Rowan Memorial Hospital. Death was unexpected. The funeral was to be held I ; Thursday, M arch 2, in the Jam es I ■ C . L yerly Funeral Chapel by the Rev. Don R. Safrit, pa.stor o f Cliri.siiaiiii LulhL-ran Church. II Burial was to follow in the Liber- . ly United Methodist ChurchI;- cemetery in Davic County. iThe family was to be at the I funeral home on Wednesday, j March 1, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and ^ the remainder of the time at the home of her son, Robert Donald I? “ Don” Dedmon of 2505 ll Wedgewood Drive, Salisbury. I ’ Bom on Sept. 14,1901, in Davie I ’ County, Mrs. Dedmon was a H daughter of the late Martin I y Franklin and Mary Sowers Dead- I I mon. She was educated in the ' I Davie County Schools and attend- I ed Elon College. ! Mrs. Dedmon and her husband, ’ Charlie Pleasants Dedmon, who J died July 9i 1959, were operators I ; of Dedmon Produce Co. on East I ;; Council Strset In Salisbury for a ; number of years. She was a ; member of Christiana Lutheran ; Church. ; ; A daughter, , Virginia I ' Ifolzmacher, and a stepson, Bill I l^mon, preceded her in death; \ ; Survivors, in addition to her son, I ; include a daughter, Mary Ruth t Miller of Lawrence, Mass.; two I 1 stepdaughters, Margaret Rogers of i Asheville and Nelle Bushnell of ; Winter Park, Fla; 10 grand- t children; and 19 t great-grandchildren. ^ : Memorials may be made to the r Building Fund of Christiana Lutheran Church, Roule 5, ' Salisbury, N.C. 28144, or lo the j Salisbury Unit of the N.C, i Lutheran Home, 820 Klumac r Road, Salisbury, i William Henry Hairston ; Mr. William Henry Hairston, j82, of 420 Northwest 27th St,, ■ i Winston-Salem, died Tuesday, 1 »Feb. 21, at Forsyth Memorial ! i Hospital after an extended illness, ! I The funeral was held Saturday, tFeb. 25, at Gilmore Memorial ^Chapel conducted by Dr. Jerry • drayton. Burial followed in Pied- • iwlit Memorial Gardens. • Mr. Hairston was horn in Davie I dounty to the late Grief and Ada I^wler Hairston and was educated > ii) Ihe public schools. He was a of New Bethel Baptist ch and a retired employee of |0dqdi|»i)l Indtutries. f£\SMivivon include a broiher, R. Hairston of niece and severalI ^fiiir^priMives, Donald Kenneth Long M r. Donald Kenneih Long, 53, o f 223 Danby Drive, Winston- Siilem, died Tuesday morning, Feb. 2 1, at his home. A graveside .service was held Thursday. Feb. 23, inthe Yadkin Valley Bapiisl Church cemetery by Ihc Rev. Leon Wood. M r. Long was born July 5, 1935, in Hardcville, S .C ., lo Honor L. and M ary Brabham Long. He had lived in Winslon- Salem since 19 7 1. Survivors includc his wife, Lois King Long, o f the home; a son, Honor Kenneth Long o f Bcuford, S.C .; a daughler, Laura A. Auman o f Hillon Head, S .C .; a step­ daughter, Lisa Ann Reed o f A d­ vance; two sisters, M rs. Jean Sloss of Ridgeland, S .C ., and M rs. An­ nette Scarborough o f Hardeville, S .C .; and a number o f nieces and nephews. John K. Neely M r. John K. Neely, 79, o f Shafer Road, W oodleaf, died Sun­ day, Feb. 19, in Davie County Hospilal afler being in declining heallh for several years and seriously ill for one week. The funeral was held Friday, Feb. 24, in the Noble and Kelsey M em orial Chapel in Salisbury, conducled by Bishop Robert Ijam es, pasior o f New Jerusalem Holiness Church in M ocksville. B u rial fo llo w ed in O akdale Cemetery on Salurday, Feb. 25. Charlie F. Owen M r. Charlie Franklin Owen, 66, o f Route 9, M ocksville, died Tues­ day, Feb. 2 1, at his home after a period o f declining health. The funeral was held Thursday, Feb. 23, at Eaton’s Funeral Home Chapel, conducled by the Revs. Bobby Swaim and David Jordan. Burial followed in the Smith Grove U nited M elh o d isl C hurch cem elery. M r. Owen was born Oct. 7, 1922, in Davie County lo the lale Joe Vernon and Candice Potts O wen. He was em ployed at H eritage Furniture C o. and was a member o f Smith Grove United M elhodisl Church. Survivors include his w ife. Pearl G rubb O w en; a son. P erry Franklin Owen o f M ocksville; two stepdaughters, M ary G. Smilh o f Advance and Rebecca Clark o f N ew port; tw o sisters, M rs. R ich ard (B essie) Shore and F lo ren ce Jo n e s, bolh o f M ocksville; three grandchildren; five stepgrandchildren; and five stepgreat-grandchildren. Cara Beth Parker M iss C ara Beth P arker, 2 1 , o f Route 2, M o c k s v ille , died Tuesday, Feb. 2 1, at For­ syth Memorial Hospital from injuries receiv­ ed in a car acci­ dent on Feb. 1 2 . The funeral was held Thursday, Feb. 23, al V ogler’s Clemmons Chapel by Ihe Revs. George W. Bowman III and Glenn G . Davis. Burial followed in ihe Farmingion Community Cemetery. M iss Parker was born July 24, 1967, in Forsyth County. She was a graduate o f Davie Couniy High School and had attended Forsyth Tcch. She was employed by Na­ tional Heallh Laboratories and was a member o f Farmingion Baptist Church. Survivon; include her mother, Carolyn M cBride o f M ocksville; her falher, Kenneth W ayne Parker o f Decatur, G a.; her grandparents, M r. and M rs. Johnson A. McBride o f M ocksville; and a number o f uncles, aunts and cousins. Memorials may be made lo Far­ mingion Baptist Church or the Far­ mington Community Cem elery Fund. HaVrell Powell Sr. M r. Harrell Powell Sr. o f Route 1, MocksvUle, died Tuesday, Feb. 2 1 , after a brief illness. The funeral was held Thursday, Feb, 2 3 , at Eaton’s Funeral Chapel, Burial followed in the Center United Methodist Church cemetery. M r. Powell was bom in Davie County 10 Roberson and Lula Penry Powell. He was educated in Ihe Davie County Schools and was a retired furn iture cratin g manufacturer. Mr. Powell was named to “ Mar­ quis W ho’s Who in the South and Southw est." Survivors include his w ife, Sara Margaret Green Powell o f the home; two .sons, Harrell Powell Jr. o f Bermuda Run and Edward L. Powell o f W inslon-Salcm; eight grandchildren; Iwo sisters, Bernice Powell Elkins o f M ocksville and M ary Eliziibeth Powell Anderson o f Raleigh. Mary Terrell Robertson M rs. M ary Terrell Robertson, 95, o f Roule 2, Advance, Bixby community, died Thursday morn­ ing, Feb. 23, in a John.son City, Tenn., hospilal. Funeral services were al 2 p.m . Sun day, Feb. 26 , al B ixb y Presbyterian Church, conduclcd by the Rev. B .C . Aldridge. Burial followed in the church cem elery. M rs. Robertson was born in Mount A iry June 9, 1893, to the late Eli and Minerva Purelt Terrell. She was a retired merchant and a charter member o f Bixby Presby­ terian Church. H er husband, John H enry Robertson, preceded her in death July 5, 1969. She was also preced­ ed in death by two sons. Bill Roberlson and Pete Armstrong Robertson. S u rv iv o rs in clude: tw o daughters, M rs. J.E . (Foy) M ad­ dox, Johnson Cily, Tenn. and Mrs. James (Joyce) Malone, 1-as Vegas, N ev.; two sons, C .T . “ Scrip” Roberlson, Advance and Bob Roberlson, Clemmons; one sisler, M rs. Ella Sw anl, Canton, Ohio; one brother, Ted Terrell, Advance; 13 gran d ch ild ren ; and 13 greal-grandchildren. The fam ily rcquc-.'ils memorials be made lo Bixby Presbyterian Church. iVlainie Lee C. SaHcy M rs. M amie Lee Cam pbell Safley, 84, formerly ofNorth Main Sireet, M ocksville, died Salurday night, Feb. 25, at Davie County Hospilal after an illness o f two days. She was a resident o f A utum n C a rc C o n valescen t Center. Funeral services were al 2 p.m . Tuesday, Feb. 28, at Eaton’s Funeral Chapel by the Revs. Don Lloyd and David Gilbreath. Burial followed in Rose Cem etery. M rs. Safley was bom D ec. 28, 1904, in Davie County to the late Aaron Flake and Della Starretl Cam pbell. She was a homemaker and a member o f M ocksville First United Methodist Church. Her husband, Robert Lee Safley, preceded her in death M ay 7, 1987. Survivors include: one daughter, M rs. Evelyn Ferebee, Route 8, M ocksville; three sons, Clarence Safley, Bonita, C alif., Roy Safley, Harmony and Carl Safley, Clem ­ mons; 10 grandchildren; 12 great­ grandchildren; one sister, M rs. Pauline C . W ard, M yrtle Beach, S .C .; and several nieces and nephews. The fam ily requests memorials be made lo MocksviUe First United Methodist Church. Charlotte S. ‘Baby’ Smith M rs. C har­ lo lle Seals (Baby) Smith, 67, o f Rt. 2, M o c k s v ille , died un ex­ pectedly F ri­ day, Feb. 24. Funeral ser­ vices were al 3 p.m . Sunday, F eb . 2 6 , at Courtney Bap­ tist Church, conducted by the Revs. Vincent Young and Yales W ilkinson. Burial followed in the church cem elery. M rs. Seals was bom M ay 13, 19 2 1, in M ocksvillc lo Phillip T. and Amanda Hester W est Seals. She spent all o f her life in D avie County. She was a charter member and past president o f East Davie Extension Homemakers Club. M rs. Smith was music director at Courtney Baptist Church. She w as a member o f Green M eadows Bapiisl Church and a well-kno\im artist o f prim itive an. Surviving arc; her husband, Kenneih Sm ilh, o f the home; .six sons, Charles (Mugg.s) Sm ilh and Richard Smith, bolh o f Kerncrs- ville, Danny Sm ilh, W ilson, Ron­ nie, Thomas (Zero) and Elliott Sm ilh, all o f Rt. 2 , M ocksville; seven grandchildren; one sister, M rs. Alberta (Tootsy) C ope, M ocksville; and two brothers, Charles (Ras) Seats, Winston- Salem and Thom as (Bun) Seats, California. The family requests memorials be made lo Courtney Baptisi Church. Gray Frank Smith G ray Sm ilh, M r. Frank 73, o f Route 2, M o c k s v illc , died un ex­ pectedly Friday m orning, Feb. 24, at his home. G r a v e s id e services were at 3:30 p.m . Sun­ day, Feb. 26. in Sm ilh G rove United Melhodisl Church cemetery by Ihe Rev. Randall Smith. M r. Smilh was born April 28, 19 15 , in Davie County to the late Bert and M allic Carier Sm ilh. He retired wilh 22 years of servicc from Western Electric and was a member o f the Telephone Pioneers o f Am erica. He was a retired professional photographer o f 30 years and was a winner o f two merit awards from the W orld P ro fessio n al Photographers Association. M r. Smilh was a graduate o f Smith Grove High School, class o f 1933. He was a charter member o f Smith Grove Ruritan Club, where he held a lifetime membership. He was a graduate o f Piedmon! Bible College. He was a form er meniber o f Cornal/.er Baptisi Church*, where he taught Sunday School fur 25 years ami alsi) limgiu the W c tiiic S ' day Night liibic Class, He was a veteran o f the U .S. Arm y during W orld W ar 11. 'Survivin g are: his w ife, Laura Fosler Sm ith, o f the home; one d a u ^ ler, Lynelte Sleek, Har­ risburg, Pa.; three* sons, Bob Sm ilh, King, Ron and Johnny Sm ith , both o f R oute 2 , M oeksville; six grandchildren; iwo slepgrandchildren; one greal- grandson and one sister, M rs. T erry Kim el, W inslon-Salem . The fam ily requests memorials be considered for Smilh G rove United Methodist church Cemetery Fund, Rt. 2 , M ocksville, N .C . 27028, or M iracle Faith Ministries, P.O . Box 1706, King, N .C . 270 21. D A V IE CO U N TY E N T E R P R ISE R EC O R D . T H U R SD A Y, M arch 2, 19 8 9 -9 0 : ' T h e r e ’ s N o S a f e M e t h o d T o L o s e W e i g h t I n s t a n t l y While there's no safe way lo lose weigh! instantly, you can create an illusion of weight loss while you’re waiting for the results o f your New Y ear's resolutions lo cat sensibly and exercise. “ Color can create the illusion of height, and height is slim m ing," says D r. Harriet T . Jennings, ex­ tension clotliing specialist al North Carolina Slale Universily. To use color effectively, you must remember lhal it's made up o f three components: hue, value and intensity. Hue is Ihe name o f a color. Value is the lightness or darkne.ss o f a color, and inlensily is its brightness or dullness. Jennings offers Ihe following guidelines for combining colors harmoniously: • One color should dominate; unequal arciis are more interesting than equal areas. • Colors o f the same intensity harmonize easily. Bright colors look well with other bright colors, and dull looks be.st with dull. • Variations o f values are easier lo harnumize than variations o f intensities. • Colors o f dark value look heavier than light value colors and are usually placed lower in an outfit than lighter colors. • Fabrics that have texture ab­ sorb more light than non-lextured fabrics, so lexlured fabrics make you look larger. • Think aboul the placement o f color on your body. Generally, the lallesl effect will be produced when you wear darker valued on the lower portion o f your body and when garment hems, sUK-kings and shoes are o f Ihe .same color value. To retain more o f the illusion o f height, use more varia­ tion in values o f hues. Colors o f grayed values are good choices sincc they have a slimming affect on the body. When wearing two colors o f equal inlensily, the lighter color should be worn on the upper part o f Ihe body. Intense colors also should be w orn in unequal amounls. You may wanl lo wear only one intense color at a time wilh this color worn on the upper part o f the body. Consider Gift For Your Home Or Apartment UiVi Women Plan Meeting The Lexington D islrici, Davie and Davidson counties, United M elhodisl W om en’s Day Apart, will be Salurday, M arch 1 1, at the M idway United Melhodisl Church on U .S. 52 belween Lexington and W inslon-Salem . The host church will serve breakfast beginning al 9 a.m . The R ev. Sharon Ellison will lead the worship service at 10 a.m . Her topic will be “ Callcd lo Prayer, Called 10 Share.” Opportunily 10 share in a Love O ffering to be divided between B ethleh em C en ter and T he C h ild re n ’ s H om e, both o f W inston-Salem , w ill be given. Band Boosters Raising Funds The Davie Band Boosters will meet on Thursday night, M arch 2, at 7:30 in Ihe band room al Davie High School. The club is open lo parenis o f high school and junior high school band students, as well as other in­ terested individuals. Plans will be made for the annual band day on April 22. Band members and boosters are selling sausage and ham biscuits — a box o f 12 ready for Ihe freezer - for $9. Have you ever considered giv­ ing a gift lo your home or apartment? Extension housing specialists at North Carolina Slate University recommend a shiny, red fire extinguisher. Fire extinguishers are grouped by the type o f fire ihey arc intend­ ed 10 fight. • Class A fights fires involving ordiil'iry burnable m aterials, such as wood, cloth, paper, rubber and many plastics. • Cla.ss B e.\linguishcrs fight fires involving petroleum products, flammable gas and flamm able li­ quids such as paints, thinners, oil, tar and solvents. • Class C is for electrical and wiring fires and is alw ays found in combination with Class A or B. • Class D fights fires involving burn able m etals, such as magnesium, titanium, zirconium , sodium and potassium. It is rarely found inside a home. M any exlin^uishers sold for use at home are multipurpose. They carry more than one ntimber. You may want an extinguisher labeled A , B and C . ll will put out all three types o f fires. The Underwriters Laboratories number on a fire extinguisher tells you the size o f the contents. The larger Ihis number, the bigger the fire lhal can be extinguished. Oncc you bring a fire extin- quisher home, make sure it is kept close to any likely hazards, but not so close that il could not be reach­ ed easily in case o f fire. For ex­ ample, a fire extinguisher shouldn’t be hung over a stove where you would have to reach through flames lo gel it o ff the w all, exten­ sion specialists point out. M ake sure everyone in the fami­ ly knows how to use the exlin- quisher. If tliere is a fire, Ihere will be no time to stop and read the directions. A fter the extinguisher has befin used, replace it or have it recharg- ,^ ^ C h e c k the ¡pressure gauge oic- casionally to make sure the ex­ tinguisher is still in working order. In case o f fire, don’t take any chances. Call the fire department firsl; then use the extinguisher. I f the fire cannot be easily put out, get out o f the house immediately. PARKER Perhaps you smt ■ lovtly cird, ! Or u t quietly In 1С||«1г; ' Ptrh^M you Mnt bMuWul Domra II to, wt uw Ihtmlhtit. PirtMpt you ttirt or ipoki l(M M (di; At aiy Mtnd еоиИ му; PwlMptyouMmiMtthtrtalül JurtthougM olutlM dw . Whtitvtf you dU lo eoniolt Им htab ■ Wt Ihtnk you to nuch, »M tM r ito ptrt.TiMFamilyOl C tr ta tH iP w In c (^[etnm oni L a u n d ro m a t behind the Waffle House Open daily from 7:00 a.m. SERVICE FUNERAL DIRECTORS 130 Years of Servicr N A T IO N A L S E L E C T E D M O R T IC IA N S 4 LOCATIONS 722-610! 120 South Main Slact M E M B tK B Y INVITAT ION 722-6106 CREMATORY SERVICE 2951 Reynolda Road C le m m o n s , N .C . 766-4715 SELECTED MC 766-4717 Middlebrook Drive Clemmons 246-2366 405 S. Main Stnrcl Davie Couniy Phone Number 998-3428 Uxingiun lOC-DAVIE COUNTY ENTEKPUISIi RECORD, THURSDAY, Miircli 2, 1989 Bermuda Run Author Began Serious Writing In 1981 Continued From P. 1-C “ So when I went lo M crccr University (in Macon), I majored in ciruma,” Herliliy says. “ 1 took broadcasting courscs there in con­ junction with thal, and a lol ofthe copy w riting that I did as assignments sort ol wlietted my ap- pclilc lo gel back lo w riting." When she graduated, Dirlie Bailey went lo work for a local radio station writing copy. Tlicn she married Jim Herlihy. whose job required them to move around a lot. “ I would work in radio sta­ tions," she .says, "and I'd write for advertisers. Then I did some TV stuff, loo, in Jacksonville. F la ." Bul it wasn’t until their three children were grown and they had moved to Ohio that Herlihy found time to seriously pursue her writing. Il was 19 8 1, und Herlihy says she was facing an “ empty n est" and “ long, cold Ohio w inters." “ I really did nol want to do a lot o f volunteer w ork, PTA and stuff like thal,” she says. " I w asn’t a joiner, so a friend o f mine broughl me one o f these little cards from T he C h ild re n ’s Institute o f Literature in Connecticut. , “ She said, ‘ Here, you’ve been , saying you want lo write, then , start.’ ” Herlihy says she set the card aside. “ Then another friend from Florida mailed me the exact same card, and I said, ‘O K, O K, I’ll try,’ ’ ’ she says. “ So I did. I took this correspondence coursc to get started. The final exercise o f the coursc was to submit an outline for a novel or magazine piece and sub­ mit it, and that’s how Uidie ’.v Song started.” г Herlihy says the instructor o f the course liked her outline and en- c’ouraged her to write the book. VSo 1 got right to work,” she says. J B y February o f 198 6, the manuscript o f Ludie’s Song was irady for submission. ; “ Actually, the writing time took about four months,” Heriihy says. ‘,‘But chronologically, it took me three or four years because I had t|WO children to get married in two different years. W e had three dif­ ferent moves wilhin there, and fin­ ding time to get to write during lhat :^ rio d was like pulling teeth.” S. It would be two years and eight months before the book was ^b lish ed . «^“ The publishing thing is a Waiting gam e,” Herlihy says, 4Y o u can wait from six to eight months to hear after you’ve sub­ mitted a manuscript.” i H eriihy sent copies o f Ludie's Song to Dial Books and Atlantic M onthly, which allowed dual sub­ mission. For five months, she waited. 1 i'h e first news was bad. Atlan­ tic M onlhly editors sent the manuscript back, saying that while they were interested, they were not enthusiastic enough to offer a contract. . W hen Herlihy still hadn’t heard from Dial Books by July, she wrote the publishing company asking for tier manuscript back. “ They wrote back and said they had lost it,” she says. ! So in August, Herlihy sent the manuscript to Atheneun, another publisher o f books for children and ;^oung adults. "In September, Dial writes back and says, ‘W e found it. W e like it. W e want you to do som e revisions, though,’ ” she says. ! In January, publishers al Alhe- neun wrote Heriihy, saying they also liked the book, but wanted some revisions made. “ W ell, then was the lime 1 should have told №em about D ial,” she says. “ But with D ial's track rccord, I thought, '^I’m nol going to take a chance. \’m going to go ahead and not say ^ y th in g ,' which was really nol posher." :i The follow ing' Ju ly, Herlihy ipeived a contract offer from Atheneun. She hadn’t even had a ehance to read over it when piblisbei'.froin Dial Books called ^ M id ihe had just read Ludie's wanted to publish it. мИ, 'That’s good news and m w i,* ” Heriihy says. She ex- __ wM Ы happened, and die Dial Books publisher told her to think about il and said she would call hack on Tuesday. "O n Monday night, she callcd me h ack." Herlihy says. "Sh e said. ‘I can't stand it. I've heen thinking about your book all day. We have to have this book.' " The publisher said Dial would lop the offer I'rtun the other publishing company. Atheneun wanted Herlihy lo cul oul whal she considered a vital part ofth e book and didn’t want her to use dialect. Dial Books, on Ihe other hand, not only wanted the dialect, but said Herlihy wouldn’t have to do many revisions. "S o tliat, plus a much heftier ad­ vancc from Dial swayed m e," she says. “ And yes, il was a wonder­ ful feeling when il was published. I iiiean, it wa.s incredible.” Dial has since convinced Herlihy to write a sequel to Ludie's Song. “ Thai’s what I’m working on now ,” she says. “ I’ve gol 13 chapters in the first draft, which may end up being 20 or 10. You just don’t know how il’s going to com c out.” A lthough Ludie's Song is presently confined to the children’s market, H erlihy says those who have read it say it should be ex­ panded to the adult market. “ They say it’s not so much the racial thing, it’s the im agry,” she .says. “ They .say, ‘It’s just like stepping back in time. I remember lhat. M y grandmother used lo say lhat all the tim e.’ ” H eriihy, who writes daily from aboul 1 1 a.m . to 3:3 0 p.m ., also wants to write a children’s book called “ Ghosts Don’t Bite, They Don’t Have Teeth,” and a fic­ tionalized version ofthe life o f 19th Century actress Lotta Crabtree fo r I adults. “ I never want to be known as a person who wrote just one book,’ even if it’sju st tw o ," she says. “ I- want them to be able to say. ‘She- has written books.’ ” Alm ond C alories One ounce o f almonds has 167- calorics. Most o f Ihesc calorie.s com e from fat. R E G ISTE R A T L O W E S TO W IN A TRIP FOR TWO TO THE A C C TOURNAM ENT FIVE (5) Trips Available! Each Trip Includes: * Gama tici<ets for 2 p«opl* (March 10, XI, 12) * Accomodations at the Omni Hotel * Breakfast Daily * Gala Dinner with Coaches Forum Registration Blanks Are Available At All Lowes Foods! uuuuuuu ■ ■ ■ а а а лa a a iiii T h ib A d Is G o o d W u d tie b d jy . M a rc h 1 T h ru Tu o b d d y , M tiic h 7 liJb 'J A t A ll A it'u Low ut> F o o J:s SloiVb O u j/ H ily H iv jh ib W u (jijU iy A(.Lt.-pt f-t.4li4.ll f-и о П jljm p -:) A m j W IC L u u p u M '. ADVERTISED ITEM POLICY h^ch ol thebe uemb required to be readily available tor sale Ir^ each Low es Foods biutu tjKcvpt db bpeciljcdlly noted. U an advertised Ilem Is tem porarily o u tp l slock, wdl o\tei you ihu choicu ot a comparable item when available retlecttng the same bjvnicjb Ol J Haittcheck lo puict\a:»e the adveriibed Ilem at the advertised ptice / .iffu n JU J t iy a U u jM lily a m le a e r v e d F e a t u r e DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, Mareb 2, 1989-101..... i- P r e t t y A s A P o s t c a r d ; It camc in big, fat icy ;flakes. : It filled the sky. : D avie’s second major snowstorm o f the year last T hursday and Friday blanketed the area with five inches of the white stuff, reported C .F. and Katherine Meroney of Mocksville. And when it was all over, the countryside was transformed into a winter wonderland — suitable for postcards. , ; These scenes were taken Thursday by Enterprise- Record photographer James _ Barringer. Wooden fences and trees provide a paporamic view for the John and Becky Peeler home off N.G. 801 near Deadmon Road. School buses were parked as a heavy snowfall blanketed Davie County last Thursday morning. This scene is off U.S. 601 north of Mocksville. / • - i i ; -X U ------- home ofl U.S. 64 east ot town. Woo< en fence creates a cmtrast to snow at Bill and Kalhy Junker l^rm oil U.S. 64 east of Mocksville ' ■' -» V - . ; t v . . ' y .^ - h ' f r . v , - y ' - , 2D-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORI), I IIUR.SIMY, March 2, 1989 Most Injuries From Falls Occur In Homes 1ШС wr TOIS, HOBBES.' I CDUU) ORDER. Ж QfFiCia .CHOCOUTt FRDSrtS) --------•SUGM!. Bowes ^ В С Л Ж Е .' X SEE, ir UPS N В М Т Ш - POVtERED PRQPEUiR ON TOP m ^ ЬГЛК. OH W E FROWT.' ISKt W M 40U H M E TO SEKO IH W R ЙЭ( 'PROOFOF PURCHASE. SEM S’ TQ GCT \r, IT SMS. wEa, ocsHT jysT етлно TH EPE, O R W S U ТАУ£ m . TWISSTVIFF WlW X S M N ÍE S M ЦE^R.T 5W P. The rate o f falls in the home triples every 10 years once one reaches the age o f 45. The results o f these falls can range from minoi’ (o incapacitating, anti many arc avoidable. “ Statistics tell us that 80 lo 90 pcrcent o f the average retired per­ son’s time is spent in Ihe hom e.’ ’ says D r. Leo Hawkins, extension human development specialist. North Carolina Slate University. It only makes sense to adapt the home environment to changing physical needs. To age-proof a home; : • Install sturdy^ easy-to-gfasp handrails on all steps. • Have good lighting shining on sieps and stairs, top and bottom. MOWARD REALTY & Insurance 3 3 0 s . Salisbury Street Corner of Hwy. 64 & 601 Mocksville, N.C. O FFICE H OURS M on.-Frl. 9-6 S atu rd ay 9-1 Su n d ay B y A ppointm ent Agency, Inc. Julia Howard 63-1-3754 Connie Kowalske 634-8343 Jackie Hall 634-1155 Jane Whitlock 634-5704 M.J. Randall 634-5629 Linda Daughtrey 998-3B42 Mike Hendrix 634-0390 C.C. Chapman 634-2534 Diane Foster 634-5692 Jan Hatley 634-0129 (919) 998-6463 Feature Of The Week FOSTER ROAD - This 20 acre (arm features a 1550 sq. fl. tiome wilh 3 bedrooms. 2 bath, new hot water baseboard healing system & new plumbing. 36x40 horse barn wilh 4 stalls. 12x40 milking barn, 20x20 storage shed, compleleiy fenced, well maintained farm, Call for more details only >89,900 Л 9 Q V ÍL O F P^SГ^, B U N D , C O V B R LE S S SU M O SE. ЧК. Yim I'li BET W O RATHER HWE OONT tW CD H OF ТА'ЭТ(, UP-SMKtING, BE9CWB£ CÜUtW^-ON-TME-OJTSlOE, 40UR OKU CUEVlt CH-TttE- \HS\DE, Food some- сносоше írosted s^gar BCWBs; CW I NÜ.TMIVNKS. I ’M re llN G TO REACrt NIOOIE AGE. vittNT m . w HAWS, MOW? BOR№ OU) w s r AHO TEX? 114 B ü X E S T O S O , AND r i L H № EM O UGtt'PRDO F O F fU R O lA SE S E A L S ' TO O RD ER TH E P S W E U ER B E A K IE t ® -------- HOMES rtOBBES, I Ш0 >Г/ I ATt E H O K H O F C E R E A L: TOSETAU-THEPRtWOF • WKHASE SENS I NEED.' W W I CMA 0 P 9 E R «Ч BCA№E ОИВЛ! I can't WMT TO GET >r.' (tlT P O Í.O (ER 1 C \ \ t Al^O UTU. IT 0 1 Д . S M S TO A U X S l i W EEKS FOR 0 EU 'JE3 K . WEEKS ^ у riLBE. O l f i THEN.' AMO I'M SURE 40UR BEANIE WIU. BE THE TALK OF THE REST UOME. СЕЕЕГ C a r o lin a E E H o m e s , In c . For alt Your Bullding-Ram^ellng ^eds tio m e P la c e R e a lty , In c . For All Your Real Estate Needs This house on your lot with no down pay­ ment. Call Today for an appointment. No down payment if built on your lot. 5<>/o Down if built on our lot. Lots Available From •5,000. Building a new home? Let the skilled professionals at CAROLINA EE HOMES,INC. DO IT FOR YOU WITH THE KIND OF QUALITY AND EFFICIENCY THAT HAS MADE US FAI^OUS THROUGHOUT THE AREA. We take pride in the fact that we build "hom es” not housesi Localed at 119 Depot Street In Mocksville, phone 704-634-2252 or 919-998-2969, these experts of Ihe building trade take your Idea and put It into plans for your dream homel With sen/ice from "siie to structure." you can rest assured that your new hme wll be personally designed and constructed |u«t lor youl The kind of personal service that's hard to find anymore is lust what CAROLINA EE HOMES, INC. features! FtatureOf Th* WMk TWINBROOK ACRES SUBDIVISION •миШ buildine lot In a quiet aubdivltion. On« ot tha lew lot« l«ft In.thi* neighborhood. Lot may bepunhMNd ter t7,e0Oor let ut custom buM on it to wit you. Contact Bary tor moi* information. SEE OUR OTHER LISTINGS IN THE CLASSIFIED SECTION CALL AND LIST YOUR HOUSE WITH HOME REALTY ■M SHELTON, BrokM VON SHB.TON. Brokar ^ rrank rayne, Salee r 1 1 9 Depot St., Mocksville e34>2252 6 3 4 4 )110 «9S-2969 Ray mona Sanders вЭ 4 -15 2 7 Barry WhiUker, Salea 6 3 4 -14 3 9 . Frank Payne, Salea 6 3 4 -3 3 3 2 CAMPBELL ROAD - In town location - house needs remodeling, will make good rental property. 2 BR, 1 BA. LR & Storage. Only M 2,500. WILL BOONE nOAD - 1 acre, excellent starter home or rental Drorlli;i'l^ :a » I'^ ^ H :^ » m R . Grainery - smoke house. *28,000 s ^ i^ ^ ^ T s o Jo o o .»»^ ''’ HICKORY STREET COOLEEMEE - 3 bedroom, 1 bath - Good investment property, «28,000 NEW LISTING — OFF CALAHAN ROAD - Excellent starter home, 2 bedroom, 1 balh, completely remodel­ ed, new heat pump, vinyl siding, 1 acre, owner finan­ cing. *31,900. RIDGE ROAD - New double wide with over 1000 sq. It. on Vj acre. Homa features 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. All major appliances & soma furniture. Great buy for retired couple. *35,000. NEW LISTING — Ll^ r y r yiR C H ROAD - 2 BR, 1 bath, vinyl siding, 1 acre. All for only »38,500. SHEFFIELD PARK - Brick Exterior. Ranch with price appeal. Electric heat, paddlefa|is, carpeting, den, eat- in kitchen, 3 BR, s id e C T lT B ll windows and large storage barn. Move ir This is a real buy. »42,000 MARCONI STREET - This tri-level home with over 1300 sq. fl. room, liv­ ing room, eat-in-kitchen, 3 BR & 1 Vi BA. storags room & utility room. *42,500 S R 13 4 8 - Lovely brick rancher witn 3 bedrooms, 1 Vz baths in rural setting - neutral colors - great buy at *42,900 SR 130 8 (Off 601 N.) - 3 BR, 1'/2 BA Brick Veneer home In nice quiet n e ^ ^ T T ^ Storage Bidg., car­ port, stove, refrigerator, wall air conditioner. >44,900. NEW LISTING — AVON STREET - neat 3 bedroom brick home with basement. Home features hardwood floors, new carpet in LR. New linoleum in kit., freshly painted Inside, conveniently located. *46,000 MILLING ROAD - This 3 BR, 2 BA brick veneer ranch also features a large LR & DR combination with an eat-in kitchen and 18 x 11.5 lamily room with fireplace. Also included is a one car attached garage and 20 X 18 detached garage. All this with convenient In town location for only *52,900. BRACKEN ROAD - Nice 3 BR brick home located on approx. 1 Vs acres, with draperies, range, refrigerator and stove. Out buildings. Partially wooded lot. •59,900. If you’ve been dreamln’ of a rustic home on 5 acres with a rockin’ chair porch plus all modern conve­ niences and a fireplace, this may be the home for you. — Great potential lor horse lover. *74,500 NEW LISTING - Luxury at a price you can afford. Lovely neutral colors. 3 bedrooms, 1 Уг baths, LR with FP, family room, deck. Central heating and air. Im­ maculate home with 1670 sq. It. All this for *69,900. GODBEY RD. - Secluded ranch type home with full bsml, sited on 5 acres. Home features 2500 sq. ft., 4 BR (master BR is 23x21) 2 full baths living room (24x23) kit., canning kit. and more. The garage is 40x28, there Is a storage bidg. and a small barn, (up . to 34 acres available) All this for only *89,900. Or a total of 34 acres for *135,000. NEW LISTING - FOSTER ROAD (Oft Needmore Rd.) - Farmhouse with 3 bedroom, 2 baths, vinyl siding, on 20 acres. 40x36 horse barn. 40x12 milk­ ing barn, 40x15 holding pen, 20x20 storage bidg. 20 x15 shed. House has new hot water heat & new plumbing. Entire acreage is fenced. Creek on proper­ ty. Well maintained. *89,900 112 4 YADKINVILLE ROAD • ZONED HIGHWAY BU SIN ESS — 3 bedroom 1 bath with large living room & dining room situated on 100x400 lot. Next door to Capt. Stevens Seafood. *92,500. MAIN STREET - 3.8 acres In the heart o> Mocksville with a 2300 sq. ft. home. This 3 BR, 2Vi BA home features hardwood floors, plaster walls & ceilings, ceramic tile baths, one brick firoplaco, one marble fireplace, screened porch, central air, circle drive and much more. *96,500 UNIQUE PROPERTY - Lovely decor in this brick col­ onial wilh 16x32 in g p w -Y w ^ e stle d among state-, ly oaks with 3 or 4 н Ь Ш Д У н о о т with skylights and FP plus foroial LB, DR, 2Уз B.A, Rec. Room, wet bar and garden spot. Call today foTan appointment. » 1 1 2 ,0 0 0 . WOODLAND SHOWPLACE - Sensational Contem­ porary on hilltop site. Under construction, superbly sited on 1.8 16 acres, on streamside site. Skylights, thermal glass, winding drive. *129,900. NEW LISTING — OFF CALAHAN ROAD • Exquisite IV2 story A-Frame, with tull finished basement, situated on 8 acres, wooded, private. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, lots of living space. 2 fully equiped kitchens, wrap around deck, wood stove connected to furnace, hot lub and many more extras too numerous to men­ tion, owner financing. *139,900. NEW LISTING - Your dream home is wating. Better than new - 1 year old, hardwood floors, exquisite, decor, 3 bedroom, 2’Л baths. Florida room, 2 FP's, full basement plus large lot in Country Lane Estates. *139,900 601 NORTH - Lovely fireplace to keep you cozy in JERICHO-HARDISON RD, - 2 story home surround- this 3 BR, 1 BA, LR & den on lovely wooded lot. •59,500 JERICHO CHURCH RD. - Country setting wilh con­ venience to town. 3 BR brick home with fuil basement on 6.33 acres. Many fruit trees, double garage in basement. >69,900. PETE FOSTER RD. - Move In condition. This lovely 3 BR, 1 V4 bath home on 1.63 acres has a new roof, new carpet, freshly painted, fireplace in den olf the kitchen, storage bidg., lovely shrubs & shade trees. All for only >69,900 COUNTRY LANE -6 -1- acres with 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, full basement, over 1300 sq. ft. Heat pump and wood stove, Jenn Air range. >69,900. MILLING ROAD - Lovely 3 BR brick ranch with full basement on^ v a te lot. This home is immaculate and In move-ln ci W n l t l 3 i p y J > i | if i m i c k yard, but be only minutes Irom downtown. >72,000. -COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ed by 5 wooded acres, home leatures 4 BR, 3 full baths, large eat-in-kitchen, formal OR. large formal LR, full basement w/family room, 2 FP’s, Dbl. garage, large storage building, many amenities. $144,900 OFF JERICHO CHURCH R D .,- SPLENDID CHARM - Gorgeous country brick ranch on 4.89 acres. Securi­ ty system, 2 fireplaces, central air, country kitchen, 3 BR, 2 BA, large screened porch, deck, family room (plans for 4th bedroom & 3rd bath) two car garage, horse barn, fenced & cross fenced. Also included is a beautiful cralt shop. All this only minutes from 1-40 and town. PRICED REDUCED >144,500. HWY 1 5 8 - 1 6 plus acres that could be rezoned for business. Presently there is a 2 BR, 2 BA, home that is used as a rental. $100,000 MOCKSVILLE - Looking for gas station plus con­ vience store? We have one available - Call for details. HWY 601 - 100 X 500 commercial lot in prime loca­ tion. «90,000. GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY - 2 houses (in great shape) plus a convenience store on approx. З’Л acres - zoned for Central business on Sanlord Avenue. >175,000. loca- ------------------LOTS & LAND MOCKSVILLE - Looking for gas slation plus con­ vience store? We have one available - Call for details. HWV 1 5 8 - 1 6 plus acres lhat could be rezoned for business. Presently there is a 2 BR, 2 BA, home that Is used as a rental. 5100,000 NEW LISTINQ - WATER FRONT LOT ON HIGH ROCK LAKE - Partially wooded, water available. Shores Landing Area. >19,000 I t*ll)-O ffu ■ Owur Bmmdv Ta [off ChMiy HIIRd.-1 acif bktg.'iot-nwb. home« altowM,500 low Chsiw HIM M . • 1 Act* » . bidfl. lol................*5.0Q0l Hickory Tree . . . M i l l^ .E x c e iie n t Bidg. Lot *6,200 HobMn ......................1.87 Ac. »7,500 Tot & Gwyn St..................................................................»7,500 Hickory Hili...............................................Fairway Lot »9,500 Hospital Street Ext...............................................Lot »10,000 Hickory Hill.......................................Lake Front Lot >10,000 Cana Road.............................................................’Swann В Н Ч К Ч П :< :» Ф 1:П 1Т :Ш 17 .!10 Ac. »29,535 Eaton Road....................................................8.71 Ac. »75,000 v . ,t i ,i n ', i i i .4 l :i ;Г.Т.1: n :ГЛЧf ■ 100x500 »90,000 Highway 64 East............................................46 Ac. »73,600 Hwy. 158.......................................16 Ac. + House »100,000 N. Cooleemee..........................................114.5 Ac. »143,000 Needmore Rd...................................................................»2,800 RENTALS- SANFORD AVE - WAREHOUSE SPACE FOR RENT - Features convenient location, 10x8 overhead door, lights, 800 sq. ft. - >175»" per Month.ÍS Í f DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. THURSDAY, March 2, 1989-зЪ C o c h r a n e P i c k e d F o r C o m m i s s i o n For the first time, a Sciialc Republican has been appointed (o the L e g isla tiv e S e rv ices . Cominission. The Prcsidcnl Pro Teni of the Senate has appointed Sen. Betsy C och ran e (R -D avie) to the Legislative Services Commission. This commitlec supervises the Legislative Building and the Legislative O ffice Building. Il is responsible also for Ihc supen'ision o f the personnel associated wilh the General A ssem bly, including rcscarch .slafl', legislative drafting personnel, fiscal research slal'f. .security, fcKid services, conipulcr personnel, senate and house slaff, and olher services associated wilh Ihc day lo day I'unclioning of Ihc legi.slalurc. In making the appoinlmeni, Barnes said, "Scn alor Cochrane makes fair-minded judgmcnls bas­ ed on lads. This Com m ission's responsibililics require lhal kind ol' ob jeclivily." Serving her fifth term in the General Assem bly, Sen. Cochrane repre.senls Davie, Davidson and Rowan countics. Play is Serious To Toddlers Play is serious business for an in­ fant, loddler or preschooler. From the start, babies love ae- lion. ‘ ‘They kick Iheir feet and shake Iheir rattles over and over and over again. Older babies and toddlers set harder tasks such as hiding loys under a blanket or fill­ ing a box to the brim ,” says Dr. Cynlhia Johnson, extension human development specialist at North Carolina Stale University. Preschoolers arc more im­ aginative, and their play is plann­ ed and varied . W atch a preschooler, and you’ll see him studying objects, arranging them in order, and using them to build or pretend. “ This is a lime o f make-believe, when children transform tricycles inlo race cars and jungle gym s in­ to rocket ships. It’s also a time for imaginary playm ates,” Johnson says. To help y o u r infant o r preschooler to get Ihe most out o f his or her play, consider how the activity affects the child’s physical developm en t. F o r exam p le, squeezing a rubber^ toy, putting spools in a can or jumping helps build muscles and dexterity. Naturally curious children learn how far lo stretch lo reach that rat­ tle. They .start lo envision how one container (Its inside anoiher. They begin to use and inlerpnit symbols. For exam ple, they pretend that T r y T h i s R e c i p e F o r K e y L i m e P i e 4 eggs, separated 1 can (14 oz.) sweetened, con­ densed milk '/4 cup lime juice1 ‘A teaspoons grated lime peel Green food coloring, optional 1 (9-inch) graham cracker crumb crust 'A teaspoon cream o f‘tartar V4 cup sugar In sm all m ixing bowl beat egg yolks. Blend in condensed m ilk, lime juice and peel and 1 to 2 drops food coloring, if desired. Pour in­ to crust. In large m ixing bowl beat egg whites and cream o f tartar at high speed until foam y. Add sugar, 1 tablespoon at a time, beating con­ stantly until sugar is dissolved and whiles are glossy and stand in soft peaks. Spread meringue over filling, ; starting with small amounts at : edges and sealing to crust all ; around. Cover pie with remaining ; meringue, spreading evenly in at- : tractive swirls. Bake in preheated 350 degree : oven until peaks are lightly brown- ; ed, 12 to 15 minutes. Cool at room : temperature. w alcr is coffee or they become Daddy or M ommy. Play can al.so help wilh em o­ tional development. “ Play helps them work through feelings such as fear o f the doctor's needle or anger at parents’ rules and restrictions. Play gives children control over what hap­ pens. II also builds self-control, as children Iciirn to share a doll, ask for someihing Ihey want and cooperate on building a hide-out,” Johnson says. "P layin g wilh your child can be fun and helpful for you, too. Il is a relaxed and easy way lo leam about your child’s interests, w or; rics and skills,” Johnson says. Children do best in an accepting and playful atmosphere, the exten­ sion specialist says. W hile play is an infant’s or preschooler’s “ w ork,” it shouldn’t feel like work, and parenis should allow their child to develop at his or her own pace. Parents should avoid pressuring young children to learn, but they should also make the most o f the opportunities play offers. Johnson suggests parents and caregivers watch to see what games Ihe child enjoys, and then play along. Leonard Realty 34 Town Square . 7 0 4 -6 3 4 -3 8 7 5 Щ MOBILE HOME LOT - 100x215 Lot - Septic lank and well. *9,800 INDUSTRIAL • 4.2 acrc.s ^Uh railroad fruntauc*. Locatcd in Mocksvillc. »42,000 toAVIE STREET - Nc\tly rcntodvl- ed 2/3 bednKim home. llardtuNid Пш)Г5. A real buy. *30,500 601 N. ZONED lilGIIWAV BUSINESS - 100x400 Lot »¡th brick hume. 415,000. IN TOWN • Central Bu.4ine.<» Zon­ ing Lol 245 \ 200 > *24,000 FOREST LANE • 2 BR, 1 BA home on large lot with stream. New Fur­ nace, and plumbing« Priced Гог lot with septic tank. *17,000 YADKIN CO. - Older re.stored home with acreage, stream. *68,900 IN TOWN - 3 bednwn) brick ran­ cher, carport, basement. A real buy •39,900. 601 N. • 4 bedroom, 2 bath home, livin}* room, diniuK пмип, Ba.4cment on a large lot. convenient locution. •115,000 DOWNTOWN BUSINESS LOT - und Warehouses or buildinj* for small basines.4. Lots of fiovsibitKies. Owner anxiou.s PRICE REDUCED $20.IMM). LIBERTY CHURCH RD. - 3.8 acre.s' wooded • ^uiliiin^ or inoblte home lot $9,5(K). Olbvr Homes & Und Avuitaiile Linda Leonard 704-634*3650 Cynlhia Attreslo 704-6344I4U NEED NEW l.iSTINiJS S U B S C R I B E to the Davie County Enterprise-Record 1 year, ln-stato$18.00 1 year, out'of-state . $22.50 Send check to: Enterprise-Record P.O. Box 525 Mocksville, NC 27028 Earn Cash And Help Fight Crime At Same Time Help fightirime and cam cash at the same time, Davie Crimcstop- pers will pa' up lo $1,(КЮ for information on any crim e in Davie Couniy whih results in arrests. On Feb. 1 , Ihc Davic County Sh erifrs Department took a report o f a breakire, entering, and larccny from Ihe Banjamin J. Dziuba residence in Bermuda Run. Sometime between 5 p.m . and 7:45 ■. p.m ., person(s) unknown entered the above residence and rem ov-' ed various items. If you have any informalion on ihis crim c, please call the D avie Crim estoppers at 6 3 4 -11 1 1. All informalion is held in confidence. ir Feature Of The Week ir CHERRY HILL ROAD — Quality built manulaclurred home in quiet country selling. This Ihree bedroom, 2 balh leatures attached two car garage with concrete drive, separate storage building or additional garage space, lovely wood siding and a roomy 1.3 acre lol wilh addilonal acreage available! Immaculate interior with lols ol storage space could make Ihis Ihe ideal home for you. HOMES 520.500 520.000 524.000 525.500 $26,900 528.900 $31,500 $31,900 $34,900 534.900 $39,900 543.500 $47,500 $S1,90C SS3,90C S55,50t 357,000 S57,600 SS9,9CD S62,7C0 $62,5CD $67,9(6 fIDGEMONT - 3 Bedroom/1 balh home in need o( repair. In- \sslors lake a look, Ihis could be the house you've been look- iig lor. Wilh a little work it could become rental property, n i COOLEEMEE — The pertect starter home, this 3 bedroom, ■bath, frame house is conveniently localed to school, shopping ind churches. You must call lo see this house today POSSIBLE OWNER FINANCINGIIRWIN STREET - Two bedroom home on dead-end sireet in tooieemee. Assumable VA mortgage. Greal rental property. (ASA BELLA DRIVE — 1983 Mobile Home and lot. Home has ; b e d r o o m M jn n n g i n g Q Q iQ S B B condilion. Ex- lellent invesmreriTpTOperiy. 'ADKIN ST., C O C m g U £ ^ J|tttli^ tf 2 bedroom,' balh home and plenty of closet ipace. Large . d e c ^ ^ i i i X i f J B N e a t h e r livingl JUST DEDUCED ■ ' WATT STREET/COOLEEMEE - 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath home with tiuminum siding exterior. Personal property includes range, vasher and dryer. Nice lot in good location, convenieni to schools, churches and shopping.JAVIE STREET — COOLEEMEE - Excellent starter or relire- Tient home! Special fealures include front screened porch, pine loors, and spacious 20 x 14 greal room. Two bedrooms 14 x l4 each. 1 bath, detached single car garage. HWY. 601 NORTH - Convenienlly localed home wilh 3 BR, sun room and screened-in porch. Just a little TLC and this could be your dream house. Call loday for more deiails.OFF DANIEL RD. • 3 BR's, 2 bath modular home on large heavily wooded lol. Extremely well cared for. Large covered back porch offers toom for outdoor pnjoymcp' DAVIE A C A D E I V I Y | A ta ia B n iP B in !tfrnnchor on nice tjoop lot lo a t u r e s H ^ ^ ( J kitchen living room and single car c a r p o r K ^ ^ ^ _ !l_ L SDAVIE ACADEMY RD. — Enjoy Iha cour.iw living you love in this rural country kitchen aiV B B iiM SiaM SSlJl|M M jH H M b u le lo the easy living this home has to olfer. PINE STREET — This 5 year old home offers a large eal-ln kit­ chen, 3 BR, 1 BA and in-lown location. Equipped for handicap­ ped. lulove in condition. Possible loan assumption.. or lease/oplion. WILLOW RUN - PerlecI starter home or a charming retirement home. l '/2 story fa r J%mmaculate inside and out. Only 4 yrs. old, it f e f r ^ T M I I ] counlry kitchen with french doors leading onloTTO TSSrtTnJ^, 2 BR, and plumbed for 2 addilional bedrooms and a bath. Call loday to view this property.Neal Brick Rancher on large lol InDAVIE ACADEMY HOAD - nice n eiq f^ M n n n T 3iW «H tJ;Fi<»8M ^ ft , IV2 baths, kil- chen/dining cornujnaiionriiving room with lirepiace. Great house at a price that will suit your budget! Call today for an appointment. DAVIE ACADEMY ROAD - Neat 3 BR brick rancher in nice rural development. Lovely remodeled kitchen wilh built-ins plus a con­ venient storage room. Call today for more details. FOSTHALL DEVELOPMENT - Hwy. 601 N. pasl Wm. R. Davie School, 3 BR, a bath brick rancher with carport offers a lull base­ ment wilh Family Room & Fireplace, spare room & unfinished area for workshop and storage. Addilional lol great for garden­ ing. fn-grounmd pool 18 x 36 LIBERTY CHURCH RD. - Large living/dining combinations and an addilional den give Ihis Iwo bedroom brick home a wonder­ fully open feeling. Home also features a single car carport and lull basemeni wilh fireplace. See loday and enjoy Ihe beauly of this 3.75 acre parcel. HIGHWAY 601 NORTH - Recenlly remodeled, 3 BR home with 1458 SF on 3 + partially wooded acres. Spring and possible lake sile on property. Convenieni lo 1-40. For more deiails, call Ihe Lilestyle. Office.COUNTY LINE ROAD - Brick rancher featuring kllchen fireplace, 3 bedrooms, 2 balhs, carport, and tremendous screened porch. 16’ X 20' detached office includes Cenlral heal & air, V2 bath, closet and storage room. CHERRY HILL ROAD - Quality built 3 BR, 2 BA manufactured home on 1.3 acres in lovely rural location. 2 car attached garage plus outbuilding with attached shed. Large deck in back. Must see lo apprecialel ADDITIONAL ACREAGE AVAILABLE. TWINBROOK - Are you looking for an affordable neighborhood you would be proud lo live in? You need to see Ihis rustic far­ mhouse that is 3 years old, with large kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 balhs, spacious front porch, and fantastic attic storage. SELLER ANXIOUS.... $69,500 PARK AVENUE - JUST REDUCEDI - Homeowner’s DelightI This perfectly charming brick rancher olfers many creative touches including stenciled walls and cabinets. Living room enhancedc by built-in bookshelves & cabinet, arched fireplace and hardwood floor. Back deck overlooks a lovely 16x32 In-ground pool and a 460 ft. deep wooded lot. Outstanding location (or all in-town conviences. A MUST TO SEEl $69,900 SANFORD ROAD - JU ST REDUCED - Quiet counlry living con- venienl to shopping, schools and churches. This 1 '/z story nome has been updated with aluminum siding, lill-oul replacement win­ dows, a solar heating system. 4 BR, 2 BA and over 1970 sq.ft. of living space for a large family or lols of privacy. An addilional 5.81 acres also available. Don't let Ihis one get away! 584,900 TWINBROOK — NEW CONSTRUCTION - Traditional slyle 3 BR, 2 BA home lealures lull, drive-in, basemeni, great lloor plan and over 1600 SF ol living space. Fireplace In greatroom for cozy winter evenings, spacius deck for summer enlerlainlng. $89,500 EDGEWOOD SUBDIVISION — MAKE OFFER - Beaulifully wooded corner lot offers much shade lo Ihis lovely brick home featuring 3 large bedrooms and 2 full baths upstairs with living room, format dining, powder room, (amily room, kitchen and large utility/workshop combination downstairs. Central Air & Central . Vac. A IWUST SEEl $93,900 WANDERING LANE - Attractive brick home in one of fi/locksville's most desireable neighborhoods. Interior has been recently redecorated and is ready (or a new owner lo move right In. Lots of space with over 2200 square feel. 3 bedrooms, ?. full baths, formal living and dining rooms, den and tremendous recreation room perfect for your teenager. Call today for more details. $99,500 CROWE STREET — JU ST REDUCED — OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE - This totally renovated stone rancher features 3 BR a a lull baths wilh EVERYTHING BRAND NEW THOUGHOUTI Beautiful hardwood floors & immaculally land­ scaped yard. GREAT LOCATION. $107,900 HIGHWAY 15 8 -(Smith Grove Community) Brick rancher nestl­ ed among trees wilh wonderful shade and privacy from Ihe 12 X 39 back screened porch. 3 bedrooms/2 balhs, fireplace, full basemeni wilh wood slove, carport, & 4 car detached garage make Ihis home with Vt acre a good buy. ALSO AVAILABLE - enjoy the same home with 2'/i acres which Includes a large por­ tion ol lake localed directly behind this home (or $118,70 0. $115,900 VALE STREET (OK San(ord Rd.) - Convenienlly located coun­ lry location features easy access to f-40 plus almosl 2 acres fron­ ting on 2 streets. Home (ealures 4 BR, iVi BA, (ireplace in Ihe roomy den, a full basement and over 1900 SF of living space. Call loday to see Ihis excelleni buy. 8119,900 OFF JERICHO ROAD - COUNTRY DELIGHT! - Enjoy Ihe out­ doors and country living on 23.77 acros; shed barn and pond on properly wilh fencing and cross fencing. Greal savings are In store in Ihis rustic solar with sun porches across the back, woodstove vented throughout home "nd two heat pumps. Other features include full base ment, double car garage, 3 bedrooms and 2V2 baths. 5119,900 $125,000 UNDER CONSTRU Williamsburg offerì Bedrooms, З'/г ball porch. Also full ba:HICKORY HILL DEV.-SECT. II - Very tastefully decorated Is Ihis LLEY-This 1'Л story h all brick exterior. 3 room and screened larage area. less than 1 year old country charmer (eaturing Great room, sun room, and |И И ^ Г О и а г« м »1Л Е Д Я Д 1И ||сЬеп is every cook’s delight. Terrilic backyard (or children, wilh covered walk­ way leading from Iwo-car detached garage. LIKE-NEW & BEAUTIFUL, A IHUST SEEl. $189,750 HOLLY LANE - Exquisile English Tudor In Garden Valley Estates Is situated on 1У2 beaulifully landscaped lols. Designed to ac­ commodate large family and lols of company, this 5 bedroom,’ 5 Bath home offers amenilies too numerous lo name. Call loday for special details. ..... NEW CONSTRUCTIONS IN GARDEN V A LLEY................. NEW CONSTRUCTION - Localed in Garden Valley Estates, Sec­ tion IV. This two story design wilh two car garage on main level is a must lo see! Designed to meet the needs ol a large family wilh space lo spare. This new section of Garden Valley offers all new homes. Call loday for an appointment. NEW CONSTRUCTION • Homeowner’s delighll Situated beaulifully on wooded lol in Garden Valley Estates, Section IV. Large master suite on main level of this 1 Уг story design with remaining bedrooms upslaris. Buy now and personalize your home by selecting your own wallpaper, carpet, colors, etc. .................FOR RENT • • • • • MUMFORD DRIVE - 2 bedroom, $275 per month LOT/LAND 32 Beautifully wooded homesites, offering city water and sewer, curbed streets, underground power lines, conveniently located near schools, churches and shopping SOLO iHerry SI. near Ogburn51,150 WINSTON SALl Station. Mobile! »2,(00 WILL BOONE RD.- Included in this 24.37 acres. Cleared on per are Iront side, beaulifully wooded back properly wilh slream. »2,100 OLD HIGHWAY 70, Cleveland. Rowan County-50’x200' lot near downtown Cleveland, Partially wooded. Zoned R-15. I; Reduced Irom »4,000.•2300 OFF DEADMON ROAD - 53.5 acres o( rolling (armland with per юге slream and (encing. Only .3 ¡nile o(( slate road.•spoo HOWARD STREET - Private 100’ x 140’ lot. Convenient in- lown location. »5,50 Ea EDGEWOOD CIRCLE SUBDIVISION - 2 lols - approximalely 162.5x125, in quiet well established neighborhood. Corner lol may face either street »6^0 NEEDMORE RD, - ROWAN COUNTY - Lovely 1,89 acre !; partially wooded lol suitable lor building or mobile home. I Convenient to Davie Co. and Fiber Industries. »6,800 GOLFER’S DELIGHT - Lovely building lot overlooking 18lh hole al Twin Cedars Golf Course. ‘ 11,000 W, OF DULIN RD - 11 heavily wooded acres - no road frontage., »12,500 HWY, 801 NORTH - 5 acres, heavily wooded, road frontage oil Hwy, 801. »17,900 BUTNER CENTURY PLACE - Corner lol in new develop­ ment, water meler inslalled, underground ulililies. .3 miles from 1-40. »18,000 JACK BOOE ROAD - 6.19 acres ol rolling, parllally cleared, partially wooded land. Septic lank and couniy waler already available. Fence posts are in place ready for wire 10 keep your livestock in. EXELLENT VALUE. STREAM ON PROPERTY. »21.000 OFF DULIN ROAD - Greal road frontage (636.34 ft.) includ­ ed 6 heavily woodes acres, $68,500 OFF COUNTRY LANE - Over 5 acres wilh 164 II. road fron­ tage on Campbell Rd. Completely cleared, public waler on Country Lane, zone R-20. Greal location. S en ili)'fii W'tli Pride" С hiib H ciK ltix 634-OOOfl Jiim eb W F u ile i 284 2688 Vu Kl ULMtMiKi bJ4 J64Ü Kalhi C Wall 6 34 -1311 Frances Tulterow 634-5074 Belh Philer 278 4622 Sydn|a Sanlord 634-2397 40-DAVIE COUNTY KNTERPKISK KECOUD. TIIUUSDAY, Marcii 2, 1989 D a v i e D a t e l i n e J ^ ^ M e e t o g s ^ Friday, March 3 M ocluville M asonic L()d>>c 134 meets al 6:30 p.m . for a chili bean supper at the lodge. Business m eeting w iii open al 7 :30 . Slalesville Lodge No. 27 will con­ duct the third-degree. Wednesday, March 8 A m erican A sso cia tio n o f Retired Persons will meet al 10:30 a.m . in the Easl Room o f the Br(x;k Ccnlcr on North Main Street in M ocksvillc instead o f the Firsl U nited M ethodist C hurch fellowship hall. A special program will be presented in observance of National Women’s History Month. Saturday, March 11 D avic Republican Party con­ vention, 7:30 p.m . at the Davic Counly Courthouse. Election o f party leaders for 19 8 9 -19 9 1. Nominations for state executive committee and delegates and alter­ nate delegates to the Eighth District and .stale Republican conventions. Tuesday, March 14 Davie Cancer Support Group will meet at 7 p.m . in the Davie Public Library conference room. The Rev. Russell W immcr will speak on the topic, “ W hy M e ?" The support group meets to ex­ change confidences, discuss pro­ blems and laugh. There is no charge for the mecting.s. For more information, call Cancer Services ■ inc. at 1-800-228-7421 or Ho.spice o f Davie County at 634-0313. Saturday, April 22 Davie County Demociatic Convention will be held at 2 p.m . in the courtroom of the Davic County Courllumsc. Parly leaders will be elcclcd for 1989-199 1. lilcclcd will be cduniy chairman, vicc ch airm an , secre ta ry , treasu rer, nom inations for members to the slalc excciilivc cominitlec and delegates to the Eighth District convention on M ay 20 and the North C arolin a Democratic convention. Extension For more information on any o f these events or aclivitics, contact the Davic Counly Agricultural E x­ tension Servicc office at 634-6297. Thursday, March 2 Family Conmuinity Leader­ ship Sem inar. “ Strategies to R eso lve C o n flic t," C aptain Stevens Seafood Restaurant, 6:30 p.m . Dutch'treat meal will follow at 7:30 . Speaker will be Graham Pervier, Forsyth Counly manager. A ll fam ily and com m un ily members and leaders invited. Call 634-6297 by Feb. 24 to reserve your place. Friday, March 3 Clarksville Extension Homemakers meet at 7:30 p.m. al Jeannie Gilbreath’s home. Tuesday, March 21 Davic County DHIA annual m eeting, 7 p .m ., W eslern Steer. BARGAINS In The Classifieds YMCA The following events are offered by the Davie Fam ily Y M C A . For more information, call the Y of­ fice, M -F, noon-5 p.m ., 634-0345. Monday, March 13 Indian Guides organizational meetin!> at 7 p.m . at the Brock Building. A monthly opportunity for parent and child to spend quali­ ty time together at no cost. Upcoming Classes Registration accepted at the Y of­ fice, Room 2 11 in the Brock Building, or at the first class only. C o u n try dance and sh ag, Thursdays, M arch 2-A pril 6, M ocksvillc Elem entary. Country dance, 7:30-8:30 p.m .; Shag, 8:30-9:30 p.m . $30 fee for one class, $50 for two. Jim m y Satter- white, inslRictor. A e ro b ic s c la sse s, F eb . 26-M arch 23: M orning aerobics, M o n d ays, W edn esdays and Fridays, 9-9:45 a.m .. First United M eth odist C h u rch , San dra Johnson, instructor. $20 fee; Low - im pact acrobics, M ondays and Wednesdays, 6-7 p.m ., M ocksville Elem entary. Ann Blackm an, in­ slruclor. $ 15 fee; H igh-im pact a c ro b ic s , T u esd ays and T h u rsd ays, 6 :3 0 -7 :3 0 p .m ., M ocksvillc Elem entary, Karen W ishon, instructor, $ 15 fee. Register for both evening aerobics classes for just S25. Youth socccr, Saturdays, Feb. 25-A pril 8, Mock.sville M iddle. A ges 3-5, 9-10 a.m .; A ges 6-10, 10 -11 a.m . S8 fee. Fitn ess L ead er W orkshop, Learn whal is involved in putting together and leading safe and ef- fectivc excrcisefclasses. Course will be based onthe national Y 's w ay to fitness leader training. Tuesdays, M arò 7 -2 1, 6:30-9 p.m ., M ocksvillcEIementary, $25 fee. Religicai Friday, Marth 3 W orld D ay o f ,’ra ye r meeting at 7:30 p.m . at tie First Baptist Church in CooleeiKc. This will in­ clude all churche.sin Cooleem ee. Sunday, Mach 5 T w in C ity C h oisters will per­ form at the First B^list Church o f M ocksville at 6 p.n. This will be the third time the snging group o f 40 males has beenat the church. Saturday, Much 18 Farm ington U nled M ethodist chicken stew suppr from 4 :30 to 7:30 p.m . in the fillowship hall. Donations will g) toward the church building und. Church localcd on Farmingon Road at Ihc N .C . 801 inter,secton. Uethlehem Unit;d M ethodist pancake breakfast fom 6:30 a.m . lo 12:30 p.m .. spaisored by Ihc youlh group. Tickeli are available at S3 for adults and 11 for children under 12. Childrcr under 3 arc free. Proceeds w ilijo toward Ihc Hunger Fund. Tie church is located on Redland ^oad between U .S. 158 and 1-40. SgniorCitìzens The following evens are offered lor senior citizens inDavic Coun­ ty in cooperation wth the Davic Counly Senior Ccntcr, Brock Building, M ocksvill:. A ll events arc al the ccnlcr unltss otherwise noted. Call 634-06 11 for more information. Thursday, March 2 “ Quilts in Womcn’.s Lives,” a m ovie to help celebrate Am erican Woman in History M onth, 11:4 5 a.m . Friday, March 3 A ll vans go shopping. Monday, March 6 , Retirem ent Living slides shown by Betty, Earnhardt at the Brock Center, 11:4 5 a.m . Tuesday, March 7 G ra d y Smith, 90-year-old singer from Farm ington, will per­ form at center. Wednesday, March 8 Hingo al noon. Thursday, March 9 V C R m ovie about the North Carolina Senior Gam es, noon. Miscellaneous Thursday, March 2 M ocksville Business Associates w ill hold an open house to celebrate the opening o f their new offices al 29 Court Square in dow ntow n M ocksville (above M ocksville Sporting Goods), 8 a.m .-5 p.m . The M atri.v B rass Quintet o f the Winston-Salem Symphony will present a concert at 8 p.m . at South Davic Junior High School. Season tickets will be honored. Tickets may also be purchased at the door for $5. Friday, March 3 Friends of Kenneth Mcdwin and fam ily will sponsor a beneflt at Ihe Farmington Fire Department at 7 p.m . Activities will include a dance, talent show, cake w alks, food and fun for the whole fam i­ ly. All events free for the handicap­ ped, Donations will go to the M cd­ win Fam ily M edical Fund. For more information, call 998-3830, Saturday, March 4 A u c tio n e e r’ s Barbershop C h orus will perform at the' B .C . Brock Auditorium at 7:30 p.m . Tickets are $5 in advance, $6 at the door. For more information or for tickets, call the Davie County Arts Council office at 6 3 4 -3112 . InTh£Schools Monday, March 6 Mocksville Elementary PTA, 7 p.m . Board of education meets, 7:30 p .m ., school adm inistration b u ild in g. C h erry Street, M ocksville. Wednesday, March 8 Davie County Spelling Bee at 3:30 p.m . in the board room, school administration building, Cherry Street, M ocksville. Thursday, March 9 Schools staff meeting, 10 a.m ., board room. Friday, March 10 School Health Advisory Coun­ cil, noon, board room. Saturday, March 11 V S A T administration, D avie High School. Л 'Ь I ’ ''? ' ' Comes With 1. Battery 2. Charger 3. Carrying Case»> 4. VHS Tape *. X8 Auto Focus ’ Flying Erase Head ■ Auto Day/Time 'Automatic White Balance *1/1,000, 1/500 High Speed Shutter Deluxe Full-Size VHS Movie Camera This Week Only Traditional Style 25’ Color T.V.100 MSolid State Electronic Tuner Cable Reedy PLua SS st Remote Control Console Color T V with This Weeic Only » 4 8 9 » ? Quasar VHS>VCR .3 Head-Remote o..,»349»s Only 1 In Almond This Week Only *999»» Reg. »1589« La-ZBcy Sofa - Greenbriar А1-в32 [^Traditional Style GENERAL INSmUMEISfT Satellite Antenna Receiver-Positioner Decoder Remote Complete System $ 2 1 9 5 0 0 Moveies — Nascar — Weather Country Music — News — Sports Full V One-Year^ Warrantie^ 1 Year Programing Free To Services Plus All The Service That Is Not ScrШ Isted bled KDVR KMGH KRMA KUSA* K'JS/GN KC.^C« |Fo«) (CBS) (PBS) (ABC) • (Ttibunc) ; (N00) SuperStation I I ¡JSAмлмомг E2504P ONLY ^ 4 9 9 ® * Police Scanner Bearcat 10 Channel Programable ONLY $14995 E l u a s a r t Quartz Synthesizer AM/FM Stereo Tuner 16 Station Random Access Preset Memory Dual Cassette Deck Semi-Automatic Turntable ONLY $ 2 9 9 ® ^ LA-Z-DOY I 'The Baron" А М Ю С А М-n-A tlO V IE«C lA S U U . These Services Are Only »10« Per Month After The 1st Free Year P.S. If you hive a satellite wecan fix the above srvlces for you to reciñe this package Is a TO: service • Wmwlcom» your v m orMoMrCont. 8ЕА1У POSTUREPEDiC All Bo: Spring & Matteress Hai Been Reduced! 10-424 Reciiner Transitional Elegance With Deep Tufted Back ONLY $269^^ _ Featuring■ Classical Rolled Arms r A Waltifall Bsck Dssign VMsaiils Style Makes It Approprlsts For Almost Any Vivine Rooih Or Fsmlly Room Mocksville Furniture & Appliance, Inc. D o w n T o w n M o c k b v llle •749«6 3 4 5 8 1 2 6 3 4 -2 2 5 0 Encllner By Livingston In Blue Reg. SI 289» I/ Л Г It:» t ÿê w i i , lY ia r c n 2 , la n y — a u Snow Scertes >*-■••■ — - . . .• • к . . Î Î . ' . . -f“ • . 7 . « t í » L „ ..w * .Ч/^.' а ч '>■ This tractor sits idly in a snowy ficUl near Cooleemee. Only days before, it «as a( work on a warm day.— I’lioto hy James Barringer A s winter grudgingly fades into ¡ ¡spring, the thoughts o f thousands ■ ;o f people will turn to gardening. ;i If you are a beginning gardener, ; Mow is the time to start planning {¡w here to locate your garden. Ifyou have an average size fami- i'.ly, you will not need a large space Ofor a vegetable garden, according :'to L a rry B a ss, h orticulture ;|specialist with the North Carolina ; 'Agricultural Extension Servicc. An Ij ;;|arca lhat is 25 feet by 25 feet ' -should be adequate. Regardless o f their size, all ,:|gardens need five basic rc- :: '.fluirem ents, Bass explained. T hey : iieed sunlight, to be near the house, ■])roper soil, water and good air ¡¡drainage. • AU vegetables need sunlight, f ^ h e garden should receive at least ¡Vsix hours o f direct light each day. ¡iig h t to 10 hours a day is ideal, >:Bass said. '' Plant the vegetables away from |])uildings, trees and shrubs which •Shade the area. Although some ; leafy vegetables, such as broccoli, ’ spinach and lettuce tolerate shadier conditions better than other 'Tvegetables, they still grow healthier ; I f they receive a minimum o f six ; hours o f sunlight per day. Secondly, the garden should be ijocated near your home. “ Theoui- ;bf'sight, oul-of-mind principle ap- j‘ j)liM here Bass said. “ The closer ' dw vegeta|>le garden and the easier jl‘tt It) rcKfa, the more ypu will use likely'that you will fin c ^ yijgetab|es'at Iheir peaks Iw «Me to lake maximum ad- PUBLIC NOTICES NORTH CAROLINA ROWAN COUNTY NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION In the District Court File No. 88-CVD-1293 K-Town Furniture Company Plaintilf VS. Robert W. Brown and wile, Mary Brown, Defendants TO; Robert W. Bfown and wife, Mary Brown Take notice lhat a pleading seeking relief against you has been filed in the. above entitled action. The nature of the retiof being sought is as follows: recovery for accelcraiod amount due under a pro­ missory note and possession of goods listed In a security agreoment(s). You are required lo make defense to such pleading not later than April 7,1989, and upon your failure to do so the party seeking service against you will apply lo the Court for the relief sought.This the 17th day of February. 1989. H.L Ruth 111 Attorney for the Plainliff Williams. Boger. Grady. Davis & Tultle, P.A. P.O. Box 2/708 r^cLain Road Kannapolis. N.C. 28082-0002 (704) 932-3157 2-23-3tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE Having quaiilied as Executrix of the estate of Pauline N«1. Bowles, deceased, late of Davie Counly. North Carolina, this is lo notify all persons having claims against said esiale to present them to the undersigned on or before the 23rd day of August, 1989, or this notice v/ill be plead­ ed in bar of their recovery. All persons In­ debted to said estate will please make Im­ mediate payment to the undersigned. This the 23rd day of February, 1989. Judy Cohen. Roule 1. Box 65, Ad­vance, N.C. 27006, Executrix of the estate of Pauline M. Bowles, deceased. 2-23-41P I il.C , Department or Transportation road crews were out again [last week, clearing roads for area motorists. [ j ■ — Photo by Robin Fergusson | j • __________________^______________________________ |Kow Is The Time To Plan [¡For This Year’s Garden vantage o f garden freshness.” A lso, if the garden is near the house, you will be more apt to keep up with tasks such as weeding, watering and insect and disease control. The third requirement is soil. The soil should be fertile and easy to till. Soil that remains soggy after a rain should not be used. If you have heavy clay or sandy soils, you can improve them by adding organic matter. Another garden requirement is water. A garden needs at least one inch o f walcr per week, including rain and irrigation. Therefore, Bass said, it is essential to locate a garden near a water source. The fifth and final requirement is good air drainage. Avoid locating a garden in a low spot such as the base of a hill or at the foot of a slope bordered by a solid fence. According to Bass, these areas arc slow lo warm in the spring, and frost fot^ms faster there because o f a lack o f air drainage. Vegetable gardens located on high ground are more likely td e.scape borderline freezes for an earlier start in the spring and a longer harvest in the fall. When you plan your garden, select the vegetables you want to grow. Then, make a diagram o f the garden site. The diagram will help you remember deadlines that might otherwise be put off. The diagram should contain information on the types o f vegetables to be planted, the distance ||ptween rows and the time o f planting. NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the power and autliority contained In that certain Deed of Trust executed and delivered by Tlmotfty Rex Williams and wife, Tamela Holl V7llllams, daled the 21st day of November, 1984. and recorded in the Regisler ol Deeds office for Davie Coun­ ty. Norlh Carolina, in Deed of Trust Book 129. Pago 520. and bocauso of default in ItiD payment of tho indebtodnoss thereby secured and failure to carry out and perform the stipulations and agreements therein contained and pur­ suant to an Order entered by the Clerk of the Superior Court and pursuant lo de­ mand of the owner and holder ol the in- ■ debtedness secured by said Deed ol Trust, the undersigned Sutslitute Trustee will expose for sale at public auction lo the highest bidder for cash at the usual place ol sale in the Courthouse ol Davie County, In the City ol Mocksville, North Carolina, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., on Wednesday, the 15lh dayol March, 1989, all that certain lot or parcel ol real estate, including all Improvements and fixtures located thereon, siluated, lying and be­ ing in Davie County, North Carolina, and mote parlicularly described in the Deed ol Trust identified above, which descrip­ tion Is Incorporated by reference herein as amended, modllled or supplemented by olher Inslruments, If any, recorded subsequent to the Deed of Trust In the Davie Counly Public Regislry. ADDRESS OF PROPERTY: Route 4, Box 17-A, IHocksvllle, N.C, 27023 PRESENT RECORD OWNER(S): Timothy Rex Williams and wile, Tamela Holt Williams The Subslitute Trustee reserves the right to require of the successful bidder at such sale a deposit of 10% of the amount of Ihe bid up to $1,000 and 5% o( any amount by which the bid exceeds $1,000. This sale will be made subject to ffll prior liens, unpaid taxes, restrictions and easements ol record, and assessments, II any. This sale will be held open lor ten days lor upset bids as by law required. This the 14th day ol February, 1989. Timothy G. Sellers Subslitute Trustee 3-2-2tnp NORTH CAROLINA ' DAVIE COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE The Counly ol Davie invites qualified Independent auditors, having sullicieni governmenlal accounting and auditing experience, to submit bids in order lo per- lorm the Davie Counly Ckimprehenslve Annual Financial Report. Davie County In­ tends to continue the reiattonship wilh the auditor lor no less lhan three years on tha basis ol annual negoliallon after the com- plelion ol the Iirst year contract. The specllicallons for bids can be oblained in the Davie Counly f^anager's Office, 140 Soulh fiiain Sireet, Mocksviiie, N.C. 27028. Bids musl be received no later lhan 2:00 p.m., March 31,1989, al the ad­ dress above. Bid packages must be clear­ ly marked. 3-2-1 tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having quaiilied as Executor of the estate of Elizabeth Odom Blackwelder, deceased, late of Oavie Counly, North Carolina, this is lo nolify all persons hav­ ing claims againsi said esiale lo present them lo the undersigned on or belore Ihe 16th day ol August, 1989, being six monlhs from the firsl day of publicalion, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of Iheir recovery. All persons indebted lo said esiale will please make Immediate pay­ ment lo the undersigned. This the 7th day of February, 1989. William F. Junker, 101 Salisbury St., Mocksville. N.C. 27028. Executor of Ihe esiale of Elizabeth Odom Blackwelder. deceased.Martin and Van Hoy. Allorneys Box 606 f^ocksville. N.C. 27028 2-16-4tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having quaiilied as Executor of the estate of Mary Lois Naylor, deceased, lale of Davie Counly, North Carolina, Ihis is to nolify all persons having claims against said estate to present Ihem lo the under­ signed on or before the 23rd day ol Augusl, 1989, being six monlhs Irom the llrst day ol publicalion, or this notice will be pleaded in bar ol their recovery. Ail persons indebted lo said estate will please make Immedlale payment lo the undersigned. This the 17th day ol February, 1989. ■ John K. Naylor, 334 Country Lane, Mocksville, North Carolina 27028, Ex­ ecutor ol Ihe estate ol Mary Lois Naylor, deceased. Martin and Van Hoy, Atlorneys Box 606 Mocksville, N.C. 27028 2-23-4lnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY Tho Town ol Cooleomoo will accept bids on the mowing and trimming ol the town's properly (referred to as recreation cenler). Liability insurance Is required. For details, contact Town Hall on Tues­ day and Thursday at 284-2141. Bids should be submitted lo Cooleemee Town Hall, P.O. Box 1080, Cooieemee, N.C. 27014 by March 10, 1989. 2-16-4tnp S U B S C R I B E Send $18 To: Enterprise-Record P.O . Box 525 Mocksville, N C 27028 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE Having qualified as Executrix of the estate ol Clarence Everetle Craven, deceased, late ol Davie County, North Carolina, this Is to notily all persons hav. Ing claims against said estate to preseiil them to the undersigned on or before the 9th day of August, 1989, being six months Irom the llrst day of publication, or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. Alt persons Indebted to said estate will please make immedlale pay­ment to the undersigned. This the 1st day of February, 1989. Hazel McClamrock Craven, Route 6, Box 87, Mocksville, N.C. 27028, Executrix ol the esiale of Clarence Everelle Craven, deceased. Marlin and Van Hoy, Atlorneys Box 606 Mocksville, N.C. 27028 2-9-4tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Administralor of the estate ol Dana B. Grillilh, deceased, late ol Davie Counly, North Carolina, this Is lo nolify all persons having claims againsi said esiale to present them to the under­ signed on or before the 23rd day of Augusl, 1989. or this notice will be plead­ ed in bar ol their recovery. All persons in­ debted lo said estate will please make Im­ mediate payment lo the undersigned. This the 23rd day ol February, 1989. Tim R. Grillilh, Route 4, Box 203, Statesville, N.C. 28677, Administrator ol the esiale of Dana B. Griffilh, deceased. 2-23-4lnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having quaiilied as Administralor ol the estate oi Chrislian Shane Fleming, deceased, lale of Davie County, North Carolina, this is to notily all persons hav­ ing claims against said esiale to present them lo the undersigned on or before the 16th day of August, 1989, being six monlhs from the first day ol publication, or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make Immediate pay­ ment lo the undersigned. This the 8th day ol February, 1989. Thomas G. Fleming, 239 Magnolia Avenue, Mocksville, N.C. 27028, Ad­ ministrator ot the esiale ol Christian Shane Fleming, deceased. Martin and Van Hoy, Allorneys Box 606 Mocksville, N.C. 27028 2-l6-4tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having quaiilied as Executor of the estate ot Mattie J. Jones, deceased, lale of Davio County, North Carolina, this Is lo notily all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the under­ signed on or belore the 23rd day ol August, 1989, being six months from Ihe first day ol publication, or this notice will be pleaded in bar ol their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 16th day of February, 1989. Joseph Henry Reich, 1605 Chardale Drive, Clemmons, N.C. 27012, Executor of the estate of Mattie J. Jones, deceased. Martin and Van Hoy, Attorneys Box 606 Mocksville, N.C. 27028 2-23-4lnp E l l i s A u t o A u c t i o n Hwy. 6014 Miles South Of Mocksvlil« Come Buy or Sell Saturday March 4th at 7 p.m. We will have our monthly Saturday night sale. A sale every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome Phone: 704-284<4080 Estate Auction Saturday IVIarch 4, 1989 At 10 a.m. For D.F. Campbell EstateLocation: Iredell Co., off Hwy. 64 just West of Cool Springs Elem. Sch. take Cool Springs Rd. #2163 for 1 & </2 miles. (Watch for YorK Auction & Realty Signs) 4000 Ford Tractor (diesel) ‘** l-H Tractor (M) w/loader * 9 Sh. Tillage Tool ‘ Ford 8 ft. Blade * Post Hole Digger (pto) ‘ Ford SIS Mowing Machine (7 ft. cut) Dunham Cultipacker * 60 tooth Sec­ tional Drag Harrow * l-H 24 disc pull type Harrow * Dual Wheel Farm Trailer ‘ Air Compressor * Elec. Hand drills * Cross Cut Saw * Post Vise ■ Bench Grinder ’ Drawing Knife * Metal Block Plane* Brace & Bits ‘ Log Chains * Old Wrenches * Old Cotton Scales* Misc. Hand Tools & Wrenches * Corn Fork * Wooden Tool Boxes * Drop Cord * Sunbeam Elec. Animal Clipper * Some Milker Parts * Yard Tools MANY OTHER ITEMS LUNCH AVAILABLE “ * RESTROOMYORN EQUIPMENT ««aio«H. BUFOnO YORK • 704 546-2595 HORACE YORK • 919 76S-5500 N.C.a:L952 bill YORK • 704 546-2696 ' HARMONY, N.C. • CLEMMONS, N.C. rromoUng t CondiKUng|roftMk>nal Auctions Sinot 1935 NORTH CAROLINA : DAVIECOUNTY NOTICE OF SERVICE OF “ PROCESS BY PUBLICATION In Ihe District Court Clementine Matlock Carswell, Plalntill VS. Jerry Rex Carswell. Defendant TO: Jerry Rex Carswell Take notice that a verified pleading seeking relief against you has been fifed In the above-entitled action. The nature ' ol the relief being sought is as follows: an absolute divorce based on one -year’s separation. You are required to make delense to such pleading not later than the 28th day ol March, 1989, said dale being 40 days Irom the Iirst publication of this notice, or Irom Ihe date the complaint Is required to be tiled, whichever Is later; and upon your laiiure to do so, the party seeking sorvice against you wilt apply to Ihe court for Ihe relief sought. This 13th day ol February, 1989. Hall and Vogler, Attorneys at Law By: Tammy A. Fleming Allorney lor Plalntlfl P.O. Drawer 970 Mocksville, N.C. 27028 704/634-6235 2-16-31ПР NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CREDITOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Executrix of the Esiale of Robert Hayne Sv»lndler a/Wa Robert H. Swindler, deceased, of Davie Counly, North Carolina, this Is lb notify all persons, lirms, and corporations thal have claims against said Estate to exhibit them to the attorney (or the Estate and Personal Represenlative at the address stated below on or belore the 22nd day ol August, 1989, or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol their recovery. All per­ sons, firms and corporations that are In­ debted to said Estate are to make Im­mediate payment. This the 22nd day ol February, 1989. Elfreda K. Swindler, Executrix ot the estate ol Robert Hayne Swindler. , Warren E. Kasper, Attorney For the Estate & Personal Representative Frye & Kasper, Attorneys at Law 117 1 VVest Fourth Street Winston-Salem, N.C. 27101 2-23-41ПР NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CO-EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Co-Execulors of the Estate of Charles Mason Ussery (also known as Charies M. Ussery, Charles Ussery, Charlie Ussery), deceased, late ol Davie County, North Carolina, this Is lo nolify all persons, firms and corpora­ tions having cfaims against the estate of said deceased, to exhibit them lo th^ undersigned at 1894 Healy Drive;. Winston-Salem, liorth Carolina, on or belore ths 23rd day of August, 1989, or Ihis Notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment. : This Ihe 20th day of February, 1989. Mary Ussery Roper and Ben W. Thomason, Co-Executors ol the Estate of Charles Mason Ussery, deceased. < John A. Richardson IU Attorney at Law 1894 Healy Drive Winslon-Salem, N.C. 27103 2-23-4tnp SPECIAL AUCTION Saturday, March 4, 1989 At 10 a.m. At Auction House Greasy Corner Jet. 801 & 601 Sellers: Jason Wholesale & Gary Random Tools, Tools, Tools Capo De Monte Figurines Stereos Mucii Mucii More! Auctioneer: Donald R. Luffman 919-998-4059 NCAI 2804 Auction Sale Saturday, March 4th — Rain Date March 11th Personal & Real Property Of Powell Miller From Mocl<svilte go 601 North to Cana Rd. right to Woodward Rd. second house on right, next to Cow Creek Ranch. Watch lor signs. 3 BR, 1 BA brick & aluminum siding on nice 1.3 acre lot. This Is a place you can be near the city & yet enjoy the quiet counlry lile near all necessities. House can be seen by calling Bill Miller at Reavis Ford in Mocksville. (704) 634.2161. -FARM EQUIPMENT- John Deere 440-B Lo Skller 4 speed w/2 spd axle Industrial tractor w/lront end loader & back hoe ;Truck Chassis. 1971 Cab over 50's rebuilt motor, 1973 Ford 5 speed w/2spd. axle tripple axle trailer Fuel tank & Traitor -HOUSEHOLD ITEMS- Whlrlpool Freezer Kenmore Dryer G.E. Stove New Home Sewing Machine Dining Room Suite Living Room Suite , Bed & Dresser Desk Wardrobe CoUch & Chair Other Items Not Listed ÀK descriptions are believed to be true & auctioneers are not responsible lor any changes In ad, or any accidents sale day. -Auctloneers- H. Lee Hobson Archie J. Matthews East Bend, N.C. East Bend, N.C. NCAL NO. 128 NCAL NO. 1773 <ei9) 699-8383 (919) 699-8260 linnouncemenls on sale daylwllt supercede any others. i :6D—DAVIE COUN гV liN l hKl'KlSb KIXUKU, lllUKSDAb iMmch 2, 1989 3 i> r 'Ì Farmers Preventing Soil Loss North Carolina farmers arc preventing the loss o f almost two million tons of soil each year through participation in the U .S. Department o f Agriculture’s Con­ servation Reserve Program, accor­ ding to Bobby Jack Jones. Jones is the stale con.serviilionisl for the Soil Conservation Servicc (SC S). Data just released indicates thal nearly 5,0(X) contract.s have already been signed in North Carolina retiring approximately 116 ,00 0 acrcs o f land. Nationally, more Ihan 574 million tons o f soil arc be­ ing saved cach year through the Conservation Reserve Program. According 10 Barton Roberson, di.strict conservationist for the Soil Conservation Scrvice in Davie County, 16 contracts for 225.4 acres have been completed over the past seven signups. "Guaranteeing an average an­ nual rental payment o f about $45 for Ihc ncxl ten years has encourag­ ed some landowners to enter the Conservation Reserve Program. We hope more and more o f the sleeper cropland in Davie Counly will come into the program Ihis next sign-up,” Roberson said. . C R P is administered by the , U SD A ’s Agricultural Stabilization ; and Conservation Service, with ;as.sistance from other U SD A agen- : ;cics including SC S , the Extension ;Scrvice and the Forest Service. : 'Farm ers rcceive annual rental j)aym enls for retiring their highly- : ;erodible cropland through 10-year : ;contracls. : ; Participants also receive cosl- ; ;share payments of up to 50 percenl ; ,’o f Ihe cost o f establishing perma- : ;nenl vegetative cover, including :,’irees. Cropland areas 66-99 feet ; w ide, next to streams, lakes, ; 'estuaries and other • permanent : ^bodies o f water which are suitable ; «S vegetative filter strips, are ; tallowed in the program even if they ‘do hot meet the highly crodible Criteria. ’ A s o f Jan. 3 , fields which have evidence o f scour erosion, caused • by out-of-bank flows o f water, or ' wetland areas can be taken out o f production under the C R P . The SC S w ill make Ihe eligibility .determination. '■ } If the cropland is approved by : fee C R P, the eligible cropland shall • te planted to appropriate tree : Species approved by SC S. If trees • planting is determined to be inap- Iprppriate by SC S , anolher accep- ! (able permanent vegetative cover ^ffill bie used to protect the soil. “ The program ’s success in : Reducing erosion is helping farmers : $nd ranchers maintain the produc- ;tive value o f their land,” SC S ; C h ief W ilson Scaling said. “ It : Amounts to about a 19 percent : ieduction o f all annual soil on the :hations cultivated cropland.” Scaling said the Conservation I Reserve Program goal is to retire : 40-45 million acres o f highly erodi- ;ble land by 1 990. .When ihat goal :,is achieved, C R P will have reduc- :êd total ero sio n on U SD A : cultivated farmland by 25 percent ; compared wilh 1982 figures. The : average annual erosion rate on ; C R P land drops from 22 tons per '.acre to less than 2 tons per acre Iwhen planted in grass or trees. : ; A n additional 2.6 million acres ; were accepted for enrollment dur- ;ing the sevenlh C R P sign-up, . yvhich ended August 3 1, 1988. An- : nual rental payments in Ihe bids ac- ICepted in the sev.enth sign-up :9veraged $49 .71 per acre. The ; average annual rental rale paid to : farmers participating in the first six ;iign-ups was $48.38 per acrc. II. Turn ups, tira chango* mobil« rapair Mrvic«, ewtom ft pertormanc« wofk, all makaa ft modMa, quality aarvica ,low ralaa, ptek up ft • daHwary avaUabla, 10 if v p r o . v i p m f w v i о р п т м \ tlt-T M -T tT S @ IiA S S IF IE D S Д | < И Д ! Е Я М 8 Д Д В Е Ш Ш Х А В Ш CHILDRENS CLOTHINGSALE; Clem­ mons Civic Center. Middiebrool< Drive. Huge selection of chitdrens and maternity spring and summer clothing, toys, baby equipment. Sponsored by Clemmons Wesl Babysitting Co-op. Sat.. March 4, 8 a.m. t'l 1 p.m. 3-2-1 tnp/JT Animals AKC COLLIE PUPS. Champion bloodline. $100 each. 634-0206. 3-2-1lnp/VF Apartment For Rent FOR RENT....1 and 2-bedroom apart­ ments, kitchen appliances furnished including dishwasher, IVz-baths, washer/dryer connections. Central heat/air. Prewired lor cable and phone. Insulated doors and windows. No-wax kitchen/bath lloors. Pool. Sunset Apartments, located behind Hendrix Furniture on highway 158, MocksvillB. Phone 704-634-0168. IfnD&W NEW, NEVER BEFORE LIVED IN APARTMENTS. 1 & 2 Bedroom and fully Furnished Studio. Water, sewer, drapes & kitchen appliances Includ­ ed. Dishwasher. Irosl-free refrigerator, on site laundry facilities and washer/dryer connections, quick recovery water healer, smoke detec­ tor, central alr/heat, energy efficient, prewired for phone & cable TV, am­ ple parking, private patio or balcony, 24 hour emergency maintenance, m anager lives on property, clubhouse, pool, all purpose court lor tennis, basketball, or volleyball, playground, children & small pets welcome. $50 off first month’s rent plus other specials. Now you can "have it all” In Mocksvllle. Northwood Apartments, Milling Road. 634-4141. tfn/NA Auctions Child Care Health 100 Mobile Homes al Absolute Auc­ tion. Sat. Feb. 25th 11:00 a.m. Wiayne County Fairgrounds, Goldsboro, NC. Iron Horse Auclion Co. (919)997-2248 NCAL 3936. 3-2-1 tp. Business Opportunity 601 South. 1.6 2 acres, brick building, good for car lot, otflce, or any use. $89,900. Call Evelyn 634-3831 or Lewis & Clark Realtors 1-B00-0218. 3-2-1 tnp Cards of Thanks SMITH The family ol the iale Charlotte (Baby) Seals Smith, acknowledges with grateful appreciation and thanks every kind expression of sympathy, prayers, consideration, lood and floral gifts extended Ihem. May God richly bless each ol you. The Family ABORTION ALTERNATIVES...Free Pregnancy lesling.“ We care aboul you and your baby;AND WE CAN H ELP.’’Call Right lo Life at 492-S723 or 634-5235. __________________________11-24-5IP ABORTION....Pregnancy Testing. For an appoinlmeni call Arcadia Women's Clinic, Winsion Salem col­ led, 919 721-1620, tln-A Homes For Rent 336 Spring Sl, - 2 bedrooms, 1 balh, electric heat, stove and refrigerator, $300 per month. Deposit and relerences. 998-3908, 3-2-2tnp 3-BR, 1-BA, central air wilh furnace heat. Quiet neighborhood wilh large lot. $300 per month. Deposit and references required. 284-2140, leave message. Available Feb. 11. 2-9-lfn 4-Room House, and apartment lor rem. 492-5561. _________________________3-2-2tp/BP Someone single to share a nice 3-Bedroom house. $150 per monlh plus half of utilllles. 284-4156.2-2-tfn Homes For Sale FOR SALE BY OWNER: Custom-built Contemporary Home, 4 BRs., I'h baths, ail formal areas, den w/fireplace, Atrium Peela windows, Jenn Aire range. Lovely rural location. Owner re-locating. $88,500. 704-284-2623.tfn/PD HOUSE: newly remodeled home. Ex­ cellent starter or Investment home. Payments less than renl. $30,500. LEONARD REALTY. 704-634-3875, 634-3650, 634-4140. __________________________2-23-2tnp NORTH MAIN STREET...Brick Ran­ cher, 3-BR’s, 2-Baths, 3100 sq. It., 'h acre lot. Ready for growing family. $84,900. Crowder Really, Allen Mar­ tin, 998-5294. 2-23-4tnp/CR Christian Mother will care for children In my home. Lots of love. References. Courtney area. (919)463-2938 at anytime. _____________________________3-2-tfn Mother wishes to keep children in her home. William R. Davie area. 492-5534. ________________________3-2-2tnp/JS Will watch children In my home. Ad­ vance area. 998-0697. 2-16-4IP $ 1 0 0 0 R E W A R D for Information leading to tha racovary of VCR’a, T.V/a, Cam Recordara, Qun and llonay. Stplan Monday, Fabniaiy 20.1989. M o ck sv ille F u rn itu re & A p p lia n c e , In c. ( )l ) W П lo o n M I и , I I 1. Land For Sale 15 PLUS ACRES In prestigious, private Davie County area. Shady Grove School district. Access lo private air strip and pond. Horses allowed. $112,500. 998-2782. __________________ 3-2-1 tnp/JLB 8.59 ACRES WOODED LAND. 2 miles north of Franklinton, NC, olf US 1. $3,000 per acre. $5,000 down, owner financing. Call alter 6 p.m. (919)772-5869. ____________________________3-g-11p DAVIE COUNTY. Moving with the Lee Plant? Need acreage? 17.32 acres by owner, house, 416.44 road Irontage. $40,000. (919) 785-0107. Ifn/LPG Davie County 3.18 acre homesite. Near 1-40 & 801, wooded, paved road, perked, county water. $22,000. 998-7231. 2-23-4 tp/CC Lots For Rent 3 mobile home lots In Mocksville, oil 601 Soulh. $90 per month. Call 998-5476. Lakelane Mobile Home Park. 2-9-8tnp FOR RENT - Trailer lols near Cooleemee. 284-2490. __________________________ 2-9-4IP MOBILE HOME LOT FOR RENT Cali 998-3902 2-2-tfn/JL Miscellaneous $888 SWIMMING POOL S888 Warehouse clearance of new 1988 pools, 24’ X 32’ completely Installed. Includes huge deck, ladder, lencing, filler and skimmer. Financing available. Other pools available. Call toll free 24 hours 1-800-523-0400. American Pools by an American Companyl _______________________2-23-71P ANYONE CAN APPLY! Guaranteed Visa/MC, US Charge. Even with bad credit. No one refused. Call (213)925-9906 ext. U 2269. 3-2-41P IVIiscellaneous 15 Ft. Bomber Fiberglass Boat - galvanized trailer, depth finder, con­ sole steering, $1,800. Jack Sanford 634-3350. 3-2-41p/JS FOR SALE: John Deere 10 h.p. riding mower, ex. cond.; Rugg riding mower; G.E. 25” Color Console TV, ex. cond.; Recliner lilt chair, ex. cond., ex. lor Impaired/elderly per­ son: Goldstar 0.7 cu. II. microwave, ex. cond.; 6 chair dinette suit; baby bed; double metal frame bed; Com­ pton’s Encyclopedia set; Regina lloor shampooer/polisher. Call 998-3607 or 634-5544. 3-2-1tnp/KC IHobile Homes For Sale 1985 14x70 Brigadere, 2 large bedrooms, 2 lull baths. W/D, ap­ pliances, raised living room ceiling, buill on back porch. Call 919-463-2938. 2-9-tfn/CM Lee’s Mobile Home’s, Volume Dealer, Rd. 1923, Norwood, NC. Open 7 days till sundown. Box Sine, 24x40-16,999.00; 24x48-19,999.00; 28x60-23,999.00; 14x66-12,999.00; 14x48-9,999.00. 704-474-4906. tfn/LMH Lee's Mobile Homes, Volume Horton and Fleetwood dealer. Road 1923, Norwood, N.C., open 7 days. Furnish­ ed, hitch Inc. None down on clear deed. Triple wide $35,999. 28x70 - $28,999. 28x64 - $25,999. 24x64 - $23,999. 24x52 - $20,999. 24x44 - $16,999. 14x80 • $16,999. 14x70 - $12,999. 14x52 - $9,999. Used homes available. 1-800-777-8652. tfn OAKWOOD HOMES Troutman, NC 8 miles south of Statesville Gigantic Clearance Sale on all 88's. SAVE THOUSANDS 20 Homes, 2 & 3 bedrooms to choose fromCall free 1-800-228-0423 tfn/OH Nursery FRUIT TREES Barry Planis, Grape Vines, Landscape Plant material - ottered by one of Virginia's largest growers. Free copy 48 page Planting Gulde-Catalog in color on request. WAYNESBORO NURSERIES INC: Waynesboro, VA 22980 3-2-41np/WN Real Estate "ATTENTION - GOVERNMENT HOMES Irom $1 (U-repair). Delin­ quent tax property. Repossessions. Call 1-602-838-8885 Ext, GH 3131. ____________________________3-2-41P GOVERNMENT HOMESI From $1.00 (U Repair) Foreclosures, Repos, Tax Delinquent Properties. Now Selling This Areal Call (Relundable) 1-315-733-6064 Ext 1379 For Cur­ rent Lfstingsl INVESTMENT, RETIREMENT PRO; PERTY in Sparta, Tenn. 13-acre minlfarm, 3,000 square foot contem­ porary home, barn, pond, river fron­ tage, on state highway, 70 miles from Chattanooga. $89,500. Cail 1-615-836-2259. ____________________________3-2-1 tp Western North Carolina, Black Moun­ tain, LOTUS HILLS, Stone seven bedroom, 4 bath, 3 kitchens, hot tub, also 3 bedroom brick, 17 acres, streams, barn, trout pond, $300,000. 1-704-669-4455. ___________________________ 3-2-1 tp Wonderful opportunity to purchase small development in Blue Ridge Mountains near 480 acre proposed golf course. Only $12,900. Owner terms. Cail Mountain Meadows Pro­ perties (919)246-4401. _____________________3-2-1 tp ' FOR SALE: 140 acres, part or all, Iredell Co. 704-546-2696. 3-2-tfn Service Music Davie County 3 ВЯ. 2V2 BA, double garage, basement, deck, breeze-way. Excellent condition. 3.15 acres, 1 year oid. $118,000. Cail Evelyn 634-3831 or Lewis & Clark Realtors 1-800-451-0218. 3-2-1 tnp BY BUILDER- New 2 story brick home In Raintree Estates. Features; 17' ceiling in great room, with arched win­ dows and balcony, eat-in kitchen, for­ mal living and dining areas, whirlpool bath, 4 bedrooms, 3 walk-ln closets, over sized 2 car garage, on 1 acre iot. Quality features through-out. RC Short Custom Homes. 998-4772. ___________________________tfn/RCS Carolina E.E. Homes will build to suit your needs. We build on your land or ours. Many lloorplans in slock. Come by today for a free estimate or call for Information. We can also help you wilh your remodeling jobs. 704-634-2252. tfn/HPR Lots For Sale LOT FOR SALE: Large corner lot on Country Lane. Restricted. $17,000. LEONARD REALTY 701-634-3875. 634-4140. 2-23-2tnp/LR FÍREWOOD...998-9477. 2-16-4tp/JS BARFORD’S PIANO TUNING. Repair­ ing, rebuilding. Work guaranteed. 919-998-2789. tfnWB ATTENTION FARM ERS: Stock Removal 7 days a week. Down and dis-abled Cows and Horses-if dead, call at ONCE! Will NOT pick up OLD Dead animals. JOHNSON & ALEX­ ANDER DOG FOOD COMPANY, Rl. 2, Harmony. (704) 546-2357 or' 546-7453. 1-5-SOIp FIREWOOD FOR SALE...% ton pick­ up load. Mixed hardwood. $45.00. Tony Green, 634-3489. ____________________■ ‘ IfnfTG FIREWOOD FOR SALE: Log-lenglh, approximately 3 cords, $125 a load. Call 704-546-7488. 1-26-6tp FOR SALE: 150 AC, part or all, Iredell Co. (704)546-2696. 2-23-tfn Wheat Straw for sale. $2 per bale. Call 998-4668 after 4 p.m. 2-9-4tp/DB EASY MONEY Earn That Needed Cash By Selling Those Unwanted Items With An Inexpensive, Profitable Enterprise-Record Classified Ad. Call Now — 634-2129 BARGAINS In The Classifieds H a p p y B irth d a y K a r l O s b o r n e O h say can't you see, He's cute as can be. But our Karl Lee. Just turned Forty Three! Love, Your (jiris, Joanne & Mandi Additions And Remodeling Add on a Florida room, update kitchen or bath, deck, garage, finish off basement, siding, home Improvements. “Deal with a builder who takes pride in his worl<” 1 8 Y e a r s E x p e r ie n c e Swann Construction Company 998-4501 т1)оЬ«|Рго1»н1опа1 •ttCtlTUY • lu cu m i ut • won PlOCCtSOI HoffltStudr/l)N.rr}inlng •nUMCUl m AVJUL • M l rueilKNT шит. 1.800-327-7728 TNE НМГ SCWOl. «№ . ol A.C.T. Corp. lhl'IMirtt.l>in(»n>Bch,n.г-гз-ттьр For Rent Lake Side Villas Ideal For 1 Or No More Than 2 People Completely Furnished . Call Laka Myara Family Campground 704492-7736 Mockavllie, N .C.io-i3.H n NEW AND USED OFFICE FURNITURE ★Safes ★Files ★Fire Proof Files Rowan Offica Furniture 118 N. Main Street. Salitbury, N.C. Phone 636-6022 All Roads Lead To Great Savings From Davie County To Paul's Mobile Homes 30 Homes To Choose From 64 Cool Spring Exit I Paul's l-BOO-228-0816 Inhitocmnln • И 1 Ш • С И М 1 Ш • l u v a u a a i i HoMSmdiiDlMTninlng . •nUMHtttyilt. • м н ш ш т и ш т . l-tOO-327-772tAC.T.TMva$CHOOi, ] ' 1Ш ЧШ я.РотоЁ/ю Л а..П . serving Mocks\4Ue And Davie For 4t Years 'lO lO Waet Innee SUeet Salisbury. NC 26144 (704) 63fr«391 1989 Sterling Doublewide Shingle roof, vinyl siding 3 BR, 2 Fuil BA RC rated, dishwasher fireplace, furnished All Yours For *26,999 Or *315 Per Month Paul’s Mobile Homes Hwy, 64 West (}t Mocksvllle 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 2 8 - 0 8 1 6 DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD. THURSOAY. March 2. 1989-7D Ш Е Д Ш в м в д д а Б В О Е Т Е А Ж Е Л AUTO REMOVER Man will buy junk car batteries and trucks for cash. Will also remove trash from around your home. Call (704)634-3256. ttn/GF BARFO RD'S PIANO R E­ BUILDING....Salt players, pump organs. 919-998-2789.IlnWB Bob's Auto Service Automatic Iransmission parts and ser­ vice, Mocks Church Rd., Advance. Bob or Jean Winters. 998-4005. t(n/BW DAVIE BUILDERS, INC. is proud lo have Robert Lyerly working with the firm. Robert has over 40 years of elec­ trical experience and is very knowledgable in all areas ol electrical contracting. Call us lor fast courteous and efficient electrical repairs or ad­ ditions. Our rates are very com­ petitive. No job is considered to small. When you need an electrician call (704)634-3538 (Office) NC License No. 7993'L. 2-23-4tnp/DB D S D Building & Remodeling, we specialize In decks, garages and all types of remodeling In your home. 284-2698 or 284-2876. tfn/KD ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS..SALES & SERVICE... . Robert Brooks...284-2662. ___________________________2-9-5tp HAULING/WELDING Hauling gravel, mulch, anythingl Welding melal and aluminum Reasonable rates 634-2411 or 284-2975 1-19-10tp/HC INCOME BY S A V E A L I F E D IA L 911 Service Will do housecleaning...Advance area, dependable, experienced, references- 998-5138. 2-23-4tnp/l.W '77 Buick Regal; used radiator. 998-0697, 2-16-4IP '84 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme: V-6, 2-door, 39,500 miles, AM/FM radio, lockable wire wheels, cloth seats, hall-vinyl top. Excellent condi­ tion. $5,300. Call 919-766-7252. 2-16-4tnp '85 Buick Regal Ltd. Coupe w/ps, pb, at, ac, stereo/cassette, power sun­ roof, wht/w red valour int., one owner w/garage. $5450, Paul Blackburn, 919-998-4922. ________________________3-2-1 tp/PB BRUCE LANIER SUBARU 612 S. Main Street Salisbury, NC 704-633-3641 Nowhere Else Will You Find A Better Deal tIn/BLS GOVERNMENT SEIZED VEHICLES from $100. Fords, Mercedes, Corvet­ tes, Chevys, Surplus. Buyers Guide (1)805-687-6000 Ext. S-5720. ____________________________2-9-4IP SALISBURY MOTOR CO. Buick-Peugeot 700 W. Innes St., Salisbury 704/636-1341 tins Vehicles TROY'S AUTO SALES 1433 Salisbury Rd. (Hwy. 70) Statesville, NC 704/872-8769 OR 1123 Shelton Ave. Statesville, N0 704-878-6262 E-Z Payment Plan No Credit — Bad Credil No Problem No Interest Charged Buy Here — Pay Here tInT Employment ADVERTISING SALES & LAYOUT, Immediate opening. 15,000 circula­ tion Semi-Weekly. Excellent oppor­ tunity lor experienced person. Call (919)934-2176 lor interview or send resume to Gary Pale, P.O. Box 1417, Smithlieid, NC 27577. 3-2-1tp AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Flight atten­ dants, travel agents, mechanics, customer service. Listings. Salaries to S105K. Enlry level positions. Call (1) 805-687-6000 Ext. A-5720. ____________________________2-2-8IP Assistant lor Statewide Association wanted. Inleresl or background in journalism, communications and/or advertising helpful. Must be detailed oriented and have good clerical skills. Computer experience a plus. Downtown office, excellent benefits. Send Resume to: Assistant, 5 W. Hargett St., Suile 1100, Raleigh, NC 27601. 3-2-llp Employment Direct Care Staff needed to work all shuts in group homes for the mental­ ly retarded. Competitive salary and benefits. Training provided. Call Pro- Confim at 278-9681. __________________________1-26-8lnp EARN MONEY Reading booksl $30,000/yr income potential. Delails. (1)805-687-6000 Ext. Y-5720. _____________________2-23-4tp/AJBA ELECTRICIAN & HELPER positions available. OSBORNE ELECTRIC CO, 634-3398, By appointment only. ___________________________3-2-1 tnp Easy WorkI Excellent Payl Assemble products at home. Call for informa­ tion. 504-649-0670 Ext. 8645. 3-2-2tp/GA Experienced Secretary need for cor- porale legal deparlmenl. Organized individual with excellent typing skills, and word processing experience. Willingness to assume various responsibilities. Free parking. Send resume to P.O. Box 1670 Clemmons NC 27012. tIn/AG Experienced Legal Secretary — Clemmons Area. Reply in con- lidence with resume and salary re­ quirements lo Secretary, P.O. Box 525, Mocksville, NC 27028. _____________________________2-9-tfn Full-time lawn maintenance help need­ ed. Year round service. Paid holidays, paid hospitalization and lile insurance. Call il Interested 998-3177 or 998-3479. 2-9-lln Employment Employment GENERAL SECRETARY FOR SMALL CONSTRUCTION CO. Ollice in lown, hours 36-40 per week. Salary neg. Congenial personality important. Call 634-2961. 2-9-4tnp GOVERNMENT JO B S $16,040 - $59,230/yr. Now hiring. Call (1) 805-687-6000 Ext. R-5720 lor current lederai list. ____________________________2-2-8tp Help wanted to cut, install glass and mirrors and store fronts. Experienc­ ed or mechanically inclined. Freddy Brewer, B&B G lass Company, 634-3966 lor an appoinlment. Mocksville. 2-23-2tnp/FB PRECISION MACHINE SHOP Positions available. Machine shop manager, machinist journeyman, ap­ prentice, secretary. A progressive company, clean working environment with air conditioning. Pay is commen­ surate with experience. Applications, resumes being accepted at the lollowing location; Wes-Tec Precision Machine Inc. 2420 Farrington Point Dr. (Oil Sprague Street) Winston-Salem, NC 27107 3-2-1 tnp NEED SITTER in our home. 1-2 days per week for 3 and 1 year old girls. Salary negotiable. References re­ quired. 634-0881. 3-2-tfn Need someone to llve-ln with elder­ ly lady, in Farmington area. Full-time or part-time. Call 919-463-2437 bet­ ween 5 and 9 p.m. 2-16-4tp/SCR RECREATION COORDINATOR Responsible for planning and cborr dinaling leisure-time activities for 35 clients in ICF-MR group homes in Rowan and Davie Counly. Evenings , and alternate weekend work required. Prefer experience and WSAl. Send resume to ProComm, 100 Roseman Lane, Cleveland, NC 27013. _______________________3-2-2tnp/PC SMALL FURNITURE MANUFACTUR­ ING COMPANY EXPANDING: We need wood, lurniture assembly pro­ duction workers. Good benefits and working conditions. Adams-Mullord Inc., Stratford Industrial Park, Winston-Salem, NC (919)768-2013. ______________________2-23-2tnp/AM SPORTS EDITOR for small daily in Moore County. Layout, editing skills a must. Salary $250-$275. Send resume, clips to: Wendy Keeler, P.O. Box 336, Aberdeen, NC 28315. EOE 3-2-1 tp TAXES PREPARED EXPERIENCED TAX PREPARER AT REASONABLE RATES. For Appointment Call Gene Hendrix At 998-SB45 After 5 p.m.l ______________________1-26-12tnp INCOME TAX PREPARATION For iM t efficient, confidential ser­ vice call Peggy Joyner 492-5559. Sinford Ave. • Green Hill area. ■■ .___________________M 2-13lp/PJ M asonry Work - basem ents, chimneys, veneering, porches, underpinning, etc. Call after 6 p.m. Free Estimates 998-4765. ________________________3-2-«n/RA Painting, hotne repairs, large or small.- Free estlinales. Jam es Miller 998-8340. SPECIALIZINQ IN FENCE BUILDING «9«-9477 _____________^________2-16-20tp/JS SUNSHINE WINDOW CLEANINQ... Commercial & ResWential. House & Of­ fice CIsanins. ALSO Carpet cleaning, $14,95 per room, FREE ESTIMATE. , 704-<34-44et. ' ___________________________2-16-3IP Tldy-up Cleaning Service Weekly, bl-weekly, monthly, one-time. 'Freeestimates. 284-4444. tIn/BS WEDDINGS, RECEPTIONS, BAN- 'QUETS...Fresh or Silk...10 years : Floral experience. PARTY ■ PLEASERSI 998-7014. ______________________2-16-4tnp/JM WINDOWS WELCOMED •Spring & General Housecleaning 1-704-636-7924 tfn/NA $20,000 Per Year Raising CH IN CH ILLAS For Information write to: {please give name, age and phone number) RANCHERS P.O, Box 3666 Dalton. Georgia 30721 (404) 278^828 M-«to Truck Driver Training Available Charlotte Diesel Driving School and Yadi<in Vaiiey Economic Development District, Inc. has a limited number of training slots available lor men and women who want lo be Over The Road Truck Drivers. Applicants will receive Ihe lollowing benelits il they qualify: • Paid Tuition,'Expenses and Books • Room and Board • Transportation allowance up lo S20.00 a week • Job Placement Assistance Available • Emplovment Counseling For further information or lo sctiBduie an inlerview appoliiihient C A LL: PA TRICIAL M OORE 1-8 0 0 -5 33 -3 6 16 7725 Pitls Sctiool Ro.-id, Concord. N.C. N u r s in g A s s is t a n t s Are you certified or have 1 year’s experience? Would you like a relief position to have more time for yo u rself. or fam ily? M aybe you have been looking for a full time position w here w h a t' you do is understood and appreciated. Com e se e us at: A u t u m n C a r e EEO of Mocksville on Duke Street, Off Salisbury Street. 6 3 4 -35 3 5 QUALITY AT WORK For those using tomporary porsonol •45 minute response time •Skilled clerical/secretarial employees •100% guarantee '■•Productivity control •Professional, customer-service l i t tT fgrW IW Y * For the “temporary” •Excellent pay •Benefits •Holiday/vacation pay •Profit sharing •Parking allowances •Availability of health/life insurance •Computer keyboard training •Chance to win a car or crulsa Winston-Salem 760-4630 E.O.E. Of Mocksville We Are No«y Hiring For All Shifts Competitive Starting Rates Excellent hourly rates for those who can prove their skills. Full or part-time with flexible scheduling available Apply at the Moeksville Pizza Hut between 2 and 4 p.m, or call Mark Fowler at 634-1906 to schedule an appointment. EOE/MF ■r M M fg M ie y fir*, !NMM «Г p«Hm Imi» GANTT PERSONNEL, INC. 634-GANT W h a t A T e m p o r a r y H e l p C o m p a n y H a s T o O f f e r : 1. Almost Immediate Employment 2. Opportunity To Gain Or Improve Skills 3. Flexibility And Freedom 4. Experience in Variety Of Work Settings 5. Supplement Current Income. HOW TOUGH IS IT TO GET A JOB AT INGERSOLL-RAND VERY TOUGH -- WHY NOT At Ingersoll-Rand we believe the quality and integrity of our product requires hiring the best possible applicants. Ingersoli-Rand Company offers a coinpetitive pay system with starting pay of SS.OO per hour and progression to $11.00 per hour or more, comprehensive benefits pro-. gram, a totally air-conditioned working environment - PLUS the privilege of work-, ing with the best people in the industry. Ingersoll-Rand and Its employees have a lot to offer -- when we hire ~ we try to make sure the applicant has a lot to offer also. TO JOIN THE l-R TEAM REQUIRES FIVE STEPS • Apply through the Employment Security Commission: The first step is to com­ plete an application at the Employment Security Commission in the B.C. Brock' Building on N. Main Street in Mocksviiie. Applications will be accepted for those people interested In employment at l-R per the schedule below. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. AND 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. •Complete General Aptitude Test Battery: Like many other leading employers in the area, l-R has requested that the Employment Security Commission administer the State of North Carolina’s Validated GATB for those selected for potential employ­ ment at l-R. Based in part on the results of this évalutation, the ESC will then iden­tify candidates to continue on through the hiring processs. The GATB will be ad­ministered to those notified and scheduled by the ESC. •Pre-Employment Training: In conjunction with Davidson Community Coliege, 12 hours of training are then offered to candidates recommended by the Employment Security Commission. Included in this training are blueprint reading, shop math and gauging. An effort will be made to schedule the training sessions to accommodate current working schedules. •Interviews: At l>R manufacturing and support group management are Invoived in the Interview process. Each candidate will interview with several i-R management personnel during the visit to the plant. • Pre-employment Physical: Before any offer of employment is extended, the can­didates receive a full physical and drug screening administered by the Davie Coun­ty Hospital. — Some people think this is a lot to go through to get a job — We agree If you are interested in l-R, we encourage you to contact the Employment Security Commission. We are looking for people who take their work and career seriously, and are eager to prove it by competing in a hiring process that some may think is too tough. If it makes sense for a company to take its hiring seriousiy, l-R may be looking for you. EOE/M/F/H 2-23-2tnbp 81)—D A V IE CO U N TY KN TERI’KISK KKCO Ul). TIIIIUH DAY. iMiiicli 2. 19S9 D avie D istrict C ourt - J t i' ■ The following cases were dispos­ ed o f during Davic District Court on Feb. 23. Presiding was Judge William G. Ijam cs. Prosecuting was James H oneycutt, assistant district attorney. ; ' — Robert Lee Ackers, driving w ithout a licen sc, DW I (Breathalyzer results. .33). pay $1,000 fine and court costs, .sentenced lo one year suspended for two years, spend seven days in b avie County Jail, attend alcoliol and drug education traffic school for multiple offenders al mental health ccnler; fictitious registration plate, transportation of alcoholic beverages in passenger area of a car, dismissed. — M ark Jam es Allen, posses­ sion o f drug paraphernalia, carry­ ing a concealed weapon, scnlcnc­ ed lo one year active. — W illiam Thomas Anderson, failure to reduce speed to avoid a collision, dismissed. — Jcrm iah Armstrong , driving 74 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ cd by D A lo improper equipment, pay court costs. — Jam es Clifton Arnold, driv­ ing without a license, exceeding a safe speed, pay $25 fine and courl costs. — Robert Lewis Bailey, driving 73 mph in a 55 mph zone, reduc­ ed by D A to 64 mph in a 55 mph zòne, pay $10 fine and court costs. — Phyllis Ring Baity, expired licensc plate, dismissed. — Ronald Gene Bates, driving 69 mph in a 55 mph zone, reduc­ ed by D A to improper equipment, pay court costs. Iris Hill Brown, driving 76 mph it) a 65 mph zone, reduced by p A to improper equipment, pay cpurt costs. — Richard Larnell Brown, aiding and abetting DWI, sentenc­ ed jo 60 days suspended for one year, pay $100 fine and court costs, do 24 hours of comniunity service, obtain substance abuse assessment ■ and comply with recommendations. oT' assessing agency, complete alcohol and drug education traffic school, surrender driver’s license; a^ult on female, prayer for judge- inent continued. : Támara Mamita Brown, driv­ ing 60 inph in a 45 mph zone, reduced by DA to 55 mph in a 45 i^ph zone, pay $10 fine and court costs.James Raymond Bryson, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to 74 mph in a 65 mph, pay $10 fine and court costs. , ' — Roy Arthur Copen, expired license plate, dismissed. ■ — Rodney Lee Couch, driving :73 mph in a 55 mph zone, reduc- ; «1 by DA to 64 mph in a 55 mph zone, pay $10 fine and court costs. David Henderson Cozart, ex­ pired operator’s license, dismissed. ’ - — Celia Gupton Crews, driving 78 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc- ; by DA to improper equipment, 'pay court costs. ■ ; — Dean Davis, assualt with a Sdeadly weapon, dismissed. — Brenda Spry Draughn, driv- ; ;'ihg 70 mph in a 55 mph zone, .reduced by DA to 64 mph in a 55 inph zone, pay $10 fine and court costs. . ; ■ — Kelvin Thurston Dula, DWI !(Breathalyzer results .30), 'transporting alcoholic beverage in passenger area of car, carrying a -concealed weapon, sentenced to -120 days suspended for one year. pay S250 line and court cosis, pcr- I'lirni 48 hiuirs (if communily sevice work, surrender driver's liccnsc. obtain substancc abuse assessment and comply with rccommcndatiiins o f assessing agency, complele alciihiil and drug educatiiin traffic scluiol al the mental health center. — Carey Hernard Ellinghaus. driving 75 mph in a 65 mph zone, rcduccd by DA to improper equip- inenl. pay court costs. — Randall Dwayne Flem ing. DWI (Breathalyzer results .12). driving without a liccnsc. sentenc­ ed lo 60 days suspended for one year, pay SKX) line and court costs, do 24 hours o f community scrvice work, obtain substance abuse assessm ent and com ply with recommendations o f assessing agency, complcle alcohol and drug cducalion traffic school al mental health center; reckless driving, no vehicic insurance, no vehicle registration, dismissed. — Joseph Patrick Feegc. driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to improper equipment, pay court costs. — David Lynn Frye, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to exceeding safe speed, pay $10 fine and court costs. — Patrick Anthony Fuhr, driv­ ing 75 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to exceeding safe speed, pay $10 fine and court CO.SIS. — Farzaneh Ghavami, drivng 70 mph in a 55 mph zone, reduccd by D A to improper equipment, pay court cosls. — Howard Douglas Goforth, driving 77 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by D A to exceeding safe speed, pay $10 fine and court costs. — Michael Dean Grubb, driving 45 mph in a 35 mph zone, no vehi­ cle registration, pay $10 fine and court costs; driving without a licensc, no vehicle insurance, dism issed. — Presley H all, communicating threats, assault on a fem ale, dism issed. — Rosa L. Harmon, failure lo stop at a stop sign, pay $50 fine and court costs. — Terry Lavel Henderson, driv­ ing 94 mph in a 65 mph zone, pay $30 fine and court costs. — Roy Bateman King Jr., driv­ ing 69 mph in a 55 mph zone, reduced by D A to improper equip­ ment, pay court costs. — Heidi Jane K lug, driving 79 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by D A to 74 mph in a 65 mph zone, pay $10 and court co.sts; driving without a license, dismissed. — M yron L ee M cC a ffre y, assault with a deadly weapon, dismissed. — T racey L yn n M cC lu re , failure to stop at a stop sign, pay $10 fine and court costs; driving without a licensc, dismissed. — Maretha M cBride Melton, driving 70 mph in a 55 mph zone, reduced by D A to improper equip­ ment, pay court costs. — Anthony Douglas M urphy, driving 68 mph in a 55 mph zone, reduced by D A to 64 mph in a 55 mph zone, pay $10 fine and court costs. — Thomas Day Newbold, driv­ ing 84 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to exceeding a safe speed, pay $10 fine and court costs; no vehicle inspection, dismissed. — John Nathaniel Nickels, pro­ bation violation, ordered to con­ tinue on piobation. — Brian Edward Perry, driving after drinking as a provisional licensee, pay $100 fine and court costs. — C lifford Joseph Perrrult, driving 75 mph in a 55 mph zone, reduccd by DA lo 64 mph in a 55 mph zone, pay SIO fine and courl costs. — M ary Carolyn Poe. driving 65 mph in a 45 mph /.one. reduc­ cd by DA lo 60 mph in a 45 mph, pay SIO fine and court cosls. — Harold Ray Poole. DWI (Breathalyzer results .23). senlenc- ed lo one year suspended for one year, pay S500 fine and court cosis, serve seven days in Davie County jail, complete alcohol and drug education traffic school for multi­ ple offenders al menial health center. — Kurtis Daniel Potts, driving' 60 mph in a 45 mph '/.one, reduc­ ed by DA 10 exceeding a safe speed, failure to secure seat belt, pay $ 15 fine and court costs. — George Lynnville Quinlan, driving 77 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to improper equip­ ment, pay courl costs. — A lvin Preslon Sam s, failure to yield right o f w ay to stop sign, dismissed. — Leonard C . Sanders, assault, dismissed. — Jerry Lee Sharpe, driving 84 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduccd by DA to 74 mph in a 65 mph zone, pay $10 fine and court costs. — Michael Shannon Sm iley, reckless driving, reduced by DA to unsafe traffic movement, pay $50 fine and court costs. — Frances Dunn Smith, driving without a license, dismissed. — Russell Scott Sinilh, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ ed by D A to 74 mph in a 65 mph zone, pay $10 fine and court costs. — Gracie Athelene Toney, driv­ ing 80 mph in a 65' mph zone, reduced by D A to exceeding a safe speed, pay $10 fine and court costs. — Francis Paul Valonc II, driv­ ing 78 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA tb impraper equip­ ment, pay court costs. — Michael Eric W eaver, driv­ ing 82 mph in a 65 mph -zone, pay $25 fine and court costs. — Charlie Lee W elborn, ex­ ceeding posted speed, reduced by DA to improper equipment, pay court costs. — W illiam Thomas W hitaker, driving 67 mph in a 55 mph zone, reduced by D A to 64 mph in a 55 mph zone, pay $10 fine and court cosls. — Reginald Jam es W hite, driv­ ing 76 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by D A lo 75 mph in a 65 mph zone, pay $10 fine and court costs. — Charles Vincent W illis, driv­ ing 80 piph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by D A to 74 mph in a 65 mph zone, pay $10 fine and court costs. — Joseph Dale Wilson, allowing a person without a license to drive, pay $25 fine and court costs. Failed To Appear — Sh elia Jack so n A rn o ld , failure to wear seat bell. — Bradley W ayne Bay, driving 78 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Stephen Craig Bogan, driving 60 mph in a 45 mph zone. — Gilles Botbol, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Larry Darnell Breckenridge, driving 80 mph iri a 65 mph zone. — Jackie Martin Cline, driving without a license. — W illiam Franklin Deskins, driving without a license. — Tim othy Norman Em erson, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Joseph Donald Frazier, driv­ ing 78 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Gilbert Randall G alliher, driving 50 mph in a 35 mph zone. — Dcni.se Dare Gaskin, expired license plate, driving while license revoked. — Jim m y Randal Gilbert, driv­ ing without a liccnsc. — Carl Eugene Ginn, failure to .secure seal belt. — Richard Russell Hogan, driv­ ing 79 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Clarence C . Jones III. ex­ ceeding posted speed. — Brook Anthony Long, driving 78 mph in a 65 mph -zone. — O rville Eugene M ay. driving without a license, failure lo reduce speed lo avoid a collision. — Randy Dean M cCrary, driv­ ing 69 mpli in a 55 mph zone. — M arcus Dwayne M cN eil, driving wilhoul a license, no vehi­ cle regislration. — Prentiss O ’ Neil Owens Jr., driving 82 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Phillip M ark Parrott, driving 77 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Kristy Lynne PoUs. driving 79 mph in a 65 mph zone, expired license plale. — Robert Clavin Powers, no fishing licensc. — Kalherine Elaine Richardson, failure lo .slop al slop sign. — Eric Andre Rutledge, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Patrick Junior Sebastian, driving without a license. — Depaul B . Sm ilh, driving without a license, failure to wear seat belt. — Robert Leroy Snoddy, driv­ ing 78 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Tony Ray Spillm an, driving 57 mph in a 45 mph, zone. — Donald Cary Stanley, driving wilhoul a license. — Stanley Lawrence Syuy. driv­ ing 77 mph in a 65 mph zone. ; — W inslow Turner Jr., no vghi- cle insurance, driving while license revoked. ‘ — Leon Hugh V anAlsline, un­ safe traffic movement. — Joseph Lawrence V arga, ex­ ceeding safe speed. — Clayborn Frank W illiam s, driving 78 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Brian Keith W ilson, driving w hile license revoked, DW I, reckless driving. T rials W aived. — Michael McKnight, following loo close. , , — Donald G ray Sm ith, no fishing license. — John Frank Scott, failure to stop at stop sign. — Diane Bentley Jo lly, driving 50 mph in a 35 mph zone. — Gloria Elizaeth Hackell, driv­ ing 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — W illiam Wendell Graham , driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone. — John Alfred Green, driving 70 mph in a 55 mph zone. — Cynthia Leigh D yer, driving 75 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Michael Aundre Crane, driv­ ing 78 mph in a 65 mph zone. — E va D avidson Anderson, failure to Slop at stop sign. — Brian Mauata Spain, driving 67 mph in a 55 mph zone. — Juliet M cCall D yal, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Mildred Hall Kemp, failure lo slop at .slop sign. — Angela Denise Guinn, driv­ ing 50 mph in a 35 mph zone. — Cynthia W illiford Davidson, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone. — John Randall Blackwood, failure to wear seat belt. — Calvin Chambers Mitchener Jr. driving 77 mph in a 65 mph zone. — M ark Allen Jarrell, expired licen.se plale. — Danny Andrew D ay, expired licensc plale. — Angela Lyons Church, failure to slop al a slop sign, driving without a license. — Troy Aaron York Jr., expired registration plate. — Bruce Richard Agrc.sto. ex­ pired liccn.se plate. — Rebecca Anne Steel, expired regislration plale. — Charles Henry W illiam s, driving left o f ccnler. — Larry Eugene Daniels, driv­ ing 76 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Richard Durham Bow en, driving 48 mph in a 35 mph zone. — Jam es Efrem Hollis, driving 60 mph in a 45 mph zone. — Jeffrey Dean Joyner, expired licensc plate. — M clvina Elizabeth Paul, ex­ pired operator’s license. — Denise Roxanne Colbert, driving without a licensc. — Robert Neal Adkin, two counis o f worthless cheeks. — W illiam A . Boyter 111, w or­ thless check. — Polly M . Pruitt, worthless check. — G ary Atwell Eadcs, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Peter Knox Scheffler, driving 78 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Seldon Kennedy Smith, driv­ ing 77 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Jeffrey Dean Jasper, driving 70 mph in a 55 mph zone. — C h ristop h er A n lh o n y Johnson, driving 77 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Jeffrey Newton H ayes, driv­ ing 78 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Jim m y Don Hamm, driving 77 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Philip Jon Young, driving 70 \ mph in a 65 mph zone. — Christopher Edward W yatts un.safe traffic movement. — K yle Alan Verm illion, 67- mph in a 55 mph zone, failure to' .secure seat belt. — M ary Stone Smith, failure to stop at a stop sign. — M . Kale Nantz, driving 77 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Charles David Mitchell, driv-' ing 75 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Tracey Michellc M yers, driv- ■ ing 75 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Anlhony Lee M oore, driving ■ 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. ■ — Jam es Douglas Little, driving • 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — George Michael Kretchum, ‘ failure to stop al a slop sign. — Jerry Dean Hammonds, driv­ ing 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Bradley Eugene Harris, driv­ ing 75 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Lori Lynn G ifford, driving loo fast for conditions. — Olmeda Gerardo, driving 79 mph in a 65 mph zone. — John Nichola Cantos III, ex­ ceeding safe speed for conditions. — Donald L . Howarth, driving . 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Daisy. M yers Ridenhour, un­ safe traffic movement. — Edsel W ayne Steelman, driv­ ing 70 mph in a 55 mph zone. — Jeffrey Scott Vanpel, driving 65 mph in a 55 mph zone. — G us H enry Schw arberg, failure to yield right-of-way. — K ellie W oodruff M artin, failure lo secure seat belt. — David Lew is Sherrer Steven­ son, driving left o f center. — Claude W . Schroeder, d riv -' ing 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Kurt W illiam Schlichting, driving 68 mph in a 55 mph zone. — Louis Michael Arton, driving 75 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Farren Kent Shoaf, driving 70 '■ mph in a 55 mph zone. — Shaun David Sanders, driving 78 mph in a 65 mph zone. — David Shane Middleton, driv­ ing without lights after sunset. — Rebekah Street Sharpe, e x - . pired registration. Neck Pain Headaches Dizziness Shoulder Pain Arm & Leg Pain Bacic Pain Arm & Leg Numbness Why Live W ith Pain? Call now for a consultation FOR APPOINTIMENT CALL 634-2512 DAVIE CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 501 Wilkesboro St. P m iilc T c iu h i. D .C . Mocksville, N . c . 2 7 0 2 8 Most major health care insurance policies and workman's compensation covers chiropractic care. We accept assignment on qualifiable poiicies. WESniLDOBlBNESS PERSCNTO PERSCN. O n e o n o n e . T h a t i s t h e r e l a t i o n s h i p F i r s t F e d e r a l h a s w i t h y o u a s a c u s t o m e r . W e a r e c o m m i t t e d t o g i v i n g y o u t h e e d g e in e v e r y a r e a o f p e r s o n a l m o n e y m a n a g e m e n t b y s e r v i n g y o u r in d i v i d u a l n e e d s o n e a t a t i m e . F r o m i n t e r e s t c h e c k i n g t o p l a n n i n g f o r t h e f u t u r e w i t h o u r I R A S p e c i a l i s t , t o i n v e s t i n g t h r o u g h o u r D i s c o u n t B r o k e r a g e S e r v i c e , t o t a k i n g a d v a n t a g e o f o u r f l e x i b l e p e r s o n a l a n d m o r t g a g e l o a n s — y o u a r e f i r s t a t F i r s t F e d e r a l . P u t o u r w a y o f d o i n g b u s i n e s s t o w o r k f o r y o u . P e r s o n t o p e j s o n m a k e s a ll t h e d i f f e r e n c e , F I R S T F E D E R A L S A V I N G S B A N K Six locations in Winston-Salem plus offices in Stanleyville, Clemmons, & Mocksville. Call (919) 723-3604 for any branch. ESEC iwemu¥- (704) 634-5981 — - i - * - ----------------------------%■________ 3 3 4 0 0 / 0 / 0 »*45 g a v ie C o u n ty P u b lic L ib r a r y C'/l N. M ain S t r e e t M o c k s v ille , NC 2 7 0 18 '< I Pagei-B 1 N e w F o o t b a l l C o a c h P i c k e d D A V I E C O U N T Y 5 0 ^ E N TE R P R I/E I^E C O R D U S P S 14 9 -16 0 'ГlllllгSI)A^■. M iirch y. 19«9 ^ 4i) I’A C K SI IIU KSD /W . M arch 9, 19«9 1 2 H u r t I n F o u r T r a f f i c W r e c k s L a s t S u n d a y : Sunday w as a bad day to be on D avie h igh w ays. ; T w e lve area residents w ere injured in four accidents. F iv e w ere hurt Sunday m or­ ning w hen the van they w ere riding in ram m ed the side o f a tractor-trailer n ear M ocksville. T he d riv er apparently failed to stop the van at the V alle y R oad stop sign at U .S . 64, driv- I "in'g it into the side o f the big tru c k . T h e d r iv e r , Ja n e t D onovan Jo n e s, 34 , o f 228 B eech w ood D riv e , w as charg- 'ed w ith failure to yield right o f w ay to a slop sign by N .C . H igh w ay Pm rol T roop er L .D . C h appell. ; C h app ell reported the van ■ w as travelin g an estim ated 3 0 ■ m ph w hen it hit the tru ck. T he I' .van spun around and w cn l down j'. an em bankm ent. j'..:. T h e truck w as bein g driven i-to w a rd M o csk ville by A rden |;;Ja y M u ff, 5 8 , o f N iles, M ich . I ;■>. Jon es w as pinned in the vehi- I : cie and w as freed by M ocksville I- firem en , E M S w o rk e rs and I '.D av ie R escu e Squad m em bers. Sh e w as taken to D avie County H ospital and transferred to N .C . B a p tist H o sp ita l in W inslon-Salem for treatment o f a broken ja w . Sh e w as releas­ ed M onday. H er four children w ere also injured and w ere taken to D avic C ounty H ospital fo r treatm ent o f injuries. C ourtn ey A m anda Jon es, 9, w as adm itted for observation, and w as still a patient T uesday m orning. K e lly M elissa Jo n e s, 1 1 , and M ichael Patrick Jo n e s, 8, w ere adm itted Sunday and released on M onUiiy. N an cy Elizabeth Jonc.s, 13 , w as treated and released. > A ll w ere 'w e arin g se a tb e lts. T h e accident occurred just before 10 a.m . Four Teen-Agers Injured Four area teen-agers w ere in­ jured in dense fog Sunday nighl w hen the car they w ere riding in ran o ff H ow ell R oad into a creek. ^Winning Hugs I glri’9 bwketball coaches John Bullins and >§ter o«t,4iug8 from players Tiffany Rem- tfirdE«^on after conference champioh- ^ ^ Bernhardt^ EMS, Rescue and fire personnel help accident victim Janet Jones from wrecked van Sunday morning. — Photo by Robin Fergusson 2 D a y s A d d e d A t E n d O f S c h o o l Y e a r By Karen James Davie Counly Enlerprise-Record D avic students w ill b e attending classes tw o d ays longer than o rigin ally scheduled due to losses during bad w eather. Students w ill not end the school calen ­ dar on Jun e 2 , but w ill m ake up snow days on Ju n e 5 and 6, said Superintendent B ill Steed at the m onthly school board m eeting M onday night. Inclem ent w eather forced D avie schools to be callcd o ff on Feb . 2 3 and 2 4 . N orth C aro lin a requires lhat schools be in session at least 18 0 days out o f the year. "W ith the m issed days o f classcs there com es ch an gcs, and that’s w here it really gets to u gh ,” said Steed. “ T h e general public d o esn ’t understand ■ w hat constraints w e face w hen w e m ake changes like th is.” B oard m em bers also adopted a calen dar for the 19 8 9-199 0 school year. Students w ill begin classcs on A u g. 22 w hile teachers w ill report fo r w ork on A u g . 15 . T h ere w as outside concern from area p rin cipals aboul a student h oliday on F eb . 2 3 , said M o ck sv ille M iddle School P rin ­ cipal B ill C am pb ell. “ T he student representatives on the com ­ m ittee w ere all fo r the teacher w o rk d ay, because it’s the longest haul in the calen ­ d ar w ithout a b rea k ,” he said. “ T h at’s a long tim e fo r students to g o ,” said board m em ber Luther Potts. “ T hey get cab in fever. T h e teachers get cabin fe v e r. A n d the prin cipals get cabin fe v e r.” Students atten d.classes for eight w eeks w ithout a scheduled break, said Potts. I f needed, Feb. 2 3 w ill serve as a m akeup day in case o f sn ow , he said. T o w n P l a n n e r s O K R e z o n i n g R e q u e s t By Mike Barnhardt Oavie County Enlerprise-Record M ore land at U .S . 6 0 1 and 1-40 m ay soon be open fo r business developm ent. T he M ocksville Planning Board last w eek recom m ended that m ore than 20 acres at San ford R oad and U .S . 6 0 1 be rezoned from residential to busin ess. “ T h e w hole place is p ractically already h igh w ay business and w e have people look­ ing to put businesses on it right n o w ,” said property ow ner L o u ise F . D agle, w ho re­ quested the re-zoning. P lanners unanim ously recom m ended ihe rezon in g — and at the sam e vow ed lo help residents con ccrn s about the San ford R o ad /U .S . 6 0 1 intersection. “ Is there any w ay w e can g el a stoplight there?” asked planning board m em ber, Je ff B ow den. T ow n M an ager T erry B ralley .said the state departm ent o f transportation decides w here stoplights w ill be placed, but he w ould ask them to study the intersection. T h e state already has turned dow n tow n req u ests fo r sto p lig h ts al ihe U .S . 6 0 1/ C o u n tr y L a n e in te rse c tio n P lease See A n gell — I’ . 7 Z o n i n g O r d i n a n c e T o B e R e v i e w e d By Mike Barnhardt Davie Counly Enlerprise-Record T h e M ocksville Planning B oaid met three tim es last year. T h at’s going to change as the planners m ake recom m endations fo r changes in the tow n’s zoning ordinance in com ing months. T h e tow n is constantly faced w ilh re­ zoning requests fo r busin esses. A lso , the tow n is in the p ro cess o f exten ^ iii| w ater and sew er services to the opposiie side o f i-4 0 . “ T h at’s going to open the other side o f 1-4 0 to the sam e sort o f developm ent pressure w e’ve got on this sid e,” said town planner, Steve L eary. “ A w hole lot o f ch oices face us. T his board and the tow n board is going to decide h ow the grow th is go in g to occur, w here its go in g to occu r. .“ Y o u all and the tow n board ch^rt the coursc ihis lown is going to fo llo w ,” he told the low n planning board last w eek, m inutes after it recom m ended rezon in g from agricultural to business m ore lhan 20 acres o ff San ford R oad at U .S . 6 0 1 and 1-40 . L eary said a jo in t m eeting w ith the tow n and planning boards should be scheduled in the next tw o w eek s, w ilh the planning b oard studying the zoning ordinance after P lease See T o w n — p, 7 2 -D A V IE CO U N TY E N T E R P R ISE RECO H I). T IIU K SD A Y, Miirch 9, 1989 E d ito r ia l P a g e 'f •• i t r i n n V., t , t »SI , ЧГ , у : / - ; ' ' ' - . I I P e r i l s O f D r i v i n g O n I c y H i g h w a y s C a u s e A C h i l l Cold weather moved in Tuesday evening. Snow Hurries surpri.sed niotorisls going home. The snow changcd to a misty rain. The temperature fell into the 20’s. And the mist continued. Roads soon becamc slippery. A wrecic snarled traffic on Interstate 40 at the Yadkin River bridge. Patrolmen and deputies went to help. Soon, the police scanner became a non-stop litany of wreck reports. A truck slid off U.S. 601. Two cars were in the ditch on U.S. 64, Someone was hurt in a wrcck on N.C. 801. A chimney caught fire in Bixby, A County Line resident suspected his house was about to catch fire because of a faulty flue. Those things — and more — happened in about a two- hour span. The tone of the dispatcher’s voice managed to hide the frantic pace that she had to handle the calls and dispatch deputies, firemen and paramedics. Highway patrolmen warned each other of icy spots. Bridges were coated with ice. Firemen first on the fire scenes quickly alerted others that the problems could be managed without driving at breakneck speeds. Even driving at a crawl might have qualified as “ breakneck” on this night. It was “ one of those nights” for the officers. A night : that lingers in the memory. Nothing beats ice for causing ■ traffic problems. It gives no warnings. It is unforgiving. . Snow at least provides a cushion for cars that slide into the ; ditch. Ice just propels you faster toward the embankment. All the above activity was broadcast on the police scan- ■; ner as the fmishing touches were applied to this week’s : newspaper. We li.stencd w ith m o re Ihun o u r usual interest in news. T h e Enterprise-Record is printed by The :: Salisbury Post presses early Wednesday mornings. As this is written, the roads are icy. It’s supposed to snow before morning. A few weeks ago when it snowed, an independent postal ' carrier decided it was too rough to travel. Mocksville didn’t get any mail that day. So much for the postman’s •; motto. ; We’re planning to abide by that motto. Even if 16 miles and two icy bridges separate us from the press. But one thought won’t go away. What if the pressmen can’t make i it to work? A warming trdnd about now would be welcomed. ; ★ ★ ★ v Forsyth County’s mighty daring. It has invited the N.C. General Assembly to visit Winston-Salem April 28-30. ' The city is planning a grand tour of the state-supported i colleges and other sites. They may even visit Tanglewood ■; Park. ;; That’s just too close for comfort. What if they stay? • — Dwight Sparks DAVIIS C O U N T Y GNTERPRI/l^ECORD USPS 149-160 124 South Main Street Mocksville, NC 27028 704/634-2120 Published every Thursday by the DAVIE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Dw ight Sparks ............................ Editor-Publisher Robin Fergusson .................... General M anager M ike Barnhardt ........................ M anaging Edilor Kathy Chaffin ..................................... N ew s Editor Ronnie G allagher ............................ Sports Editor B ecky S n y d e r.....................Advertising Director Mocksville Davie Cooleemee Enterprise Record Journal 1916-1958 1899-1958 1901-1971 Second Class Postage Paid In Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy, 50 cents ; $18.00 per year in North Carolina ' $22.50 per year outside Nonh Carolina ; s POSTM ASTER “ ..K Send address changes lo Davie Corny Enlerprise-Record P.O. Bpx 5^5, Mocksville, NC :^702^ Brcmon Hilton Mocksvillc “ Go with a treatment Catherine Call Route 4, Mocksville “ I think we should build O.M. Markland Route 2, Advance “ I think if at all possible, Cindy Boger Route 2, Mocksville “ I think we ought to biiild plant because I think one of our own. We’re get- we should have our own our own because in the long everything should come out ting to be a growing little treatment plant.” of Davie County instead of lown here.” another county.” run, we’re going to have to have it anyhow. It’s better to have it within our own coun­ ty. Sidewalk Survey: S h o u l d D a v i e C o u n t y B u y W a t e r F r o m W i n s t o n - S a l e m O r B u i l d I t s O w n P l a n t ? ; Lenora Davis Route 7, Mocksville “ I think wc ought to build one ourselves. Our county is growing so fast with all the new industries, and there’s going to be more people moving in.” Charles Davis Route 7, Mocksville “ I think if we’re going to build a water treatment plant, we should go ahead and build it. If we’re going to need one, why buy water from Winston-Salem?” Helen Jones Route 3, Mocksville “ I really don’t know, whichever is best.” Albert Fritz Mocksville ‘‘I think we ought to b ^ d I a treatment plant. I t ^ k it’d be cheaper in the I^ g run.” Letters Dispatchers D o n ’t Ignore C h ild ren To the editor: This letter is being wriUen in response to Traccy Phillips’ let­ ter to the editor which was featured in the Feb. 23 edition of the Enlerprise-Record. Ms. Phillips was questioning the 911 system; however, the incidents that she mentioned did not occur in Davie County. Ms. Phillips and all residents of the county can rest a.ssured that they may call 911 for help 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year, including all holidays. There will be two telecommunicators on duty to answer emergency calls. Ms. Phillips’ letter stated, " ... When you call the emergency number for help and get nothing, who else can you trust or turn to?” Whenever anyone in the county dials 911, a dispatcher will answer, the phone and determine what Ihe probleni is. Dispatchers do not ignore emergency calls from youngsters, and just because a child calls 911, this does not mean that the call is automatically dismissed as a prank. If the dispatcher has difficulty understanding the child, he or she will ask to speak with an adult (if one is available) in order to get better directions and to pinpoint the problem. Parents can work with their children in helping them memorize their phone numbers and addresses. Route num'oers do not help the dispatchers give good directions. Using road names or road numbers and landmarks will help get the proper authorities on the scene much more quickly. Prank calls are a fairly common problem on 911, but fortunately, in most cases, the telephone number the call was made from can automatically be rung back without breaking the connection. By using this procedure, the telecommunicator can determine whether a call is a prank or a real emergency where someone may have been so excitcd he m ay nol h ave given enough infom iation p r hung up too soon. If Ihc dispatcher deterniincs that a call is a prank, he can cijlg the number back and speak to the child’s parents, or warn-§ic child himself of the dangers of tying up the 911 number. SoniMiie who has a life threatening situation, may not be able lo get ihrough if the emergency number is tied up for ‘‘fun'’. This prank niay cost someone a life or the loss of personal property, Dispatchers do not and cannot make personal calls on 91}; therefore, Ihc 911 lines will never be busy bccausc the di.spal- cher is conversing with a friend. However, il is possible to receive a bu.sy signal when .several different people eall in reportingjthe same emergency, all at the same time. In ease of receiving a busy signal, please keep calling until gelling ihrough. And by the same token, two or three different emergencies may occur simultaneous­ ly. For this reason, il is beneficial to have two telecommunicators working around the clock. ; ■ The piirpose of writing this letter was twofold, first to encourage Davie Counly residents to use 911 emergency to report a-pro­ blem, and secondly, to reassure everyone that there will always be telecommunicators working to answer all 911 calls and dispatch help promptly. In conclusion, the personnel at Davie Communications •ap­ preciated the editor’s note which appeiired just below Ms, Phillips’ letter. The editor took the time to explain thal the incidents tliat she referred to did not occur in Davie County and therefore Were not a direct complaint against the 911 services here, Alice Smith, MocLsville Davie County Conimunicaiions _ : ■ Teleconimunicator ‘ 1*4 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THtRSDAVi March-9;>W»Ì3'i: Accident Victim Is Looking For Witnesses T o the editor; . .1 w as recently involved in a ca r accident on Feb . 7 w hich oc- ' curred on W ilkesboro Street. T h e accidcnt w as one w hich left , m e w ith 22 stitches inside and out ju st above m y lelt eye, also into m y eyeb row leavin g cuts and bruises. 1 also had a m ild co n ­ cussion w hich left m e w ith a hazy rem em brance o f the accidcnt. : That is the purpose o f this letter. . ’ . 'On W edn esday. Feb . 8, I began lo piece things back together • in accordance to the accidcnt. I had rcm em beretl that 1 w as on m y w ay to the gas station after leavin g from B ells, Inc. 1 w as in tho form er Burnette’s parking lot attem pting to proceed into W ilkesboro Street. L o ok in g up the street (near the lights) 1 saw ■ that the road w as clear, bul looking dow n the road, m y view w as ; com pletely blocked by city crcw w orkers w ho w ere fixin g a hole . in the road. B ein g that I eouldn ’l see the approaching traffic, I had put the ca r in “ reverse” attem pting to back up and go dow n H ospital Street. Just before I lifted m y foot from the brake pedal, a crcw w o rker cam e from the front o f the m achine w hich they w ere using and m otioned fo r m e to com e out. I w as ju st about to raise m y hand to inform him that I w as about to change m y directions, but trusting his directions, I put the car back in “ d riv e " and pulled into W ilkesboro Street. A bout tw o seconds later, in - the m iddle o f the street, I w as hil in the side b y a B lazer w hich knocked the car into the shoulder o f the road, I had either hit m y head on the steering w heel o r the w indshield w hich knocked m e p u t. I don ’t rem em ber in sequence w hat happened a fle r that, but I do rem em ber repeating o v er and o v er, “ H e told m e to com e oiit. H e said it w as O .K .” I also kept repeating, “ G o d , let this be a dream , p lea se .” ■ 'W hen the o fficer arrived , I told him that a crew person m o- • tioned fo r m e to pull out. t h e o ffic cr then questioned the crcw m em bers, but they all denied everyth ing. T h ey told him that they saw nothing. T he funny thing is, w hy did they continue their w o rk w ithout any w ords spoken to anyone or am ong them selves after the accident, w h ile all traffic w as stopped, a large crow d cam e to the car, and the am bulance at the scene? T he point is, I w as directed into the street by a crew m em ber, and I w as in volved in an accident w hich left m e w ith stitches. cuts, b ru ises, bum ps, and confused’. M y problem is that I still can ’t rem em ber the g u y w ho told me to pull out. I don ’t rem em ber if he w as a black m an o r a w hite m an. I ju st kn ow it w as a m an. T h ere are so m any questions I ca n ’t an sw er, and I w ant and de­ m and an answ er to them , but I need help. I f there is anyon e w ho w as at the scene o f the accident and saw the m an w ho m otioned to m e, please contact m e at 6 3 4 - 3 2 3 1. P lease ask fo r Sharon W ilk es, but if I am not hom e or u n available at that tim e, ask fo r Elliott W ilkes. H e w ill be glad to talk to yo u . Y o u r help w ill be greatly appreciated. Ju st a note to all d rivers: know w ho to trust a.id alw ays be aw are o f things go in g on w hile you are d rivin g . . , , I also w ould like to pose a question to the city personnel w ho w ere respon sible fo r the m en w orkin g on the road . W h y didn ’t you h ave som eone out directing the tra ffic /b ein g that there w as a backhoe m achine out in the street causin g tho people in that lane to g o sligh tly in the oth er lane to get around it? W hy? Sharon W ilkes 35 8 Pine Street, M o ck sv illc F r o m D r e a m T o N i g h t m a r e T o the editor; If you live in D avie C o u n ty, and you drin k w ater, y o u r dream could soon be yo u r nightm are. W e h ave som e folks already h av­ ing these nightm ares, but folks, a lol o f us w ill .support you. W ake up, D avie C ou n ty. Y e s, even w e h ave gree d y , m oney h un gry, p o w er lo vin g m onsters livin g around us. W ater is a great issue in D avie at presen t, and if you don ’t kn ow this, you cither d on ’ t o r can ’t read, o r you are drunk. W hen people vo ice their concerns o ver a creek that goes dry in the sum m er, and they get a sew age plant to feed it, som eone is not listening. I’v e a lw a ys w ondered w h y such a great percen ­ tage o f m y age group doesn ’t vote, and m ost o f the tim e tho above w as their rea.son. T h e y ’d tell m e the p o w er w as go in g to do w hat it w anted an yw ay. I thought it w as w ro n g, but it sounds so right. W hen the b ig kid in grade school beat you up, you w ould so m e­ d ay beat him up if y o u ’d fight him long enough. V otin g is just the tool to beat him w ith a lso , but if you d o n ’ t vote, y o u ’ re goin g to Slay beat. T h is w ater bond w as w ro n g as dirt to start w iih . W e voted it dow n in ils first sh o w in g, on ly to h ave it com e again and m ake it. W e d o n ’t need W in sto n -Salem ’s w aler. I ’m not really sure w e need their sew ag e on all o u r land either. I know w h at's going on in D avie C o u n iy. W c had the w ool pulled o v er o u r ey e s, bui w e 're getting to tho point w here w o can see again. 1 first learned o f this b u yin g w ater from W inston-Salem about one and a h alf m onths ago, com ing o ff tho g o lf course. B ill Foster w as tryin g lo sell this, ju st like ho sold the w ater plant, and to m e it's like renting w hen you could bo buying to ow n . W h y, after this bond, d o n 't w e have enough m oney to build? D idn’t som eone do their h om ew o rk, or w hat? W e got $ 6 .9 m illion , but $200,(KK) here and $2 0 0 ,0 0 0 there, soon cuts that dow n . E sp e cia lly w hen $200,000 is for som eone to tell yo u , yoii don’t have enough m oney to build. I’d like to h ave that $ 2 0 0 ,0 0 0 jo b . H ell, I ’d h ave done it ch oaper. W c should try and build our ow n plant, and hope w e can drin k w hat com es out o f it. D a vis said w h al com es from his sew age plant w as safe enough to drin k. W hy doesn ’t he ju st hook lo it, or ju st drink out o fh is ow n toilet. I ’ m w ith m y dad; m aybe B u n , Spurgeon , Buster and the rest should let B ill h ave m ore tim e fo r g o lf and fire him . If w e ca n ’t build our ow n plant, w h y not ju st d ig w ells, but I w ou ld n ’t boil any w ater out o f Sm ith C reek to drin k. ^ V ote folks. It docs count. E d d ie L . F ran k R oute 3 , M o ck sville Open Friday pteT illS p m Of Mocksville, N.C. 634-2124 BIG 10 HOUR RegisterTor Shopping Spige - Drawing Friday Nite 7:30 p.m. USE: •CASH CHARGE • LAYAWAY Junior Floral Prints Î39»» Select Group Bali Bras Misses Special Purchase Spring Dresses Floral Prints $ 4 9 9 9 Leather Aigner Dress Pumps Reg, .♦5000 $ 3 9 9 9 Converse Shoes Mtn'a, LadiM, Children's Leather & Canvas OffplP-W i• '' ' 30%O f f One Table Misses Panties 7 9 «Each Entire Stock Hand Bags. O f f (Excludes Aigner) Misses Sweaters By Stepping Stones 4 Styles, Many Colors Each Färber ware C o o k w a r e 10 Piece Sets $ 6 9 9 9 Boys Andhurst Dress Siacl(s Reg.— Slim— Huskies O f f Pleated Fronts Spring Coiieetion From Carrousel 4 T 0 6X » 1 5 » » 7 To 14 * 1 7 » » Toddler Spring Dresses 33%O f f Entire Stock Draperies & Curtains All Styles 25%O f f Boys Dress Siiirts Sizes 8 To 20 25%O f f Boys Andhurst Dress Ties 25%O f f Fortrei I Hows Standard Queen Reg. Ì 599 $ 2 9 9 Andhurst Oxford Short Sleeve Dress Shirts R eg. *1799 $ 1 1 9 9 Andhurst Plaid Short Sleeve Sport Shirts $ 1 Q 9 9 $ 1 5 0 0 Men’s Dexter Dress Shoes All Leatiier 25%0 O f f F R I D A Y O N L Y COUPON SPECIAL E X m « . A On« Clearáhcé Item l l l i l H p p Ñ i i i i i i i i i 38%AlreadyReduced Mèréhendise 1 111 ' 1 11I1 1111111 .11 11 E X T R FRIDAY ONLY COUPON SPECIAL Does NOT Apply To Sale Prices One New Spring item IIH IIIIillilM IIH 25% /09.99 <01*9.1HWANDHURSr: THE SUfT TO B£ $£EN INOur Ckctuvw 2 PC sut iiMfiws a htr-tred cent«- ittvetì i4CitìorKi /Ain /reni bet toop trousers Assorh<d rofcifS artì fWfrums. n a iotrW a pc*n>siCfyMìoi nvns 38-Jfi reputìr ami kmg New Spring Andhurst Sport Jacitets Reg. sioo»o Plaid $ 7 4 9 9 Each Special Buy Dress Slaclcs By Andhurst, Farah Plain & Pleated Fronts R eg. $2800 $ 1 9 9 9 Andhurst Ties 7 BO/ Special I D / 0 O f f G ro u p 4-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERI’RISK RECORD, THURSDAY, Marcii 9, 198!» S o r r y B i l l y P a c k e r : M c G u ir e S m a r t e r , T h a c k e r B è t è e r G et ready for an em pty o ffice Friday, boss. T he A C C basketbiill tournam ent is goin g to be on television . It’s like at high schools on prom F rid ay. A bsenteeism w ill be high . N orm ally in- ■ telligent, w ell m annered m en and w om en ■ w ill sit in front o f their television nets for hours, eating and drinking, yellin g at the referee like he can hear them all the w ay in A tlanta, cussing at the coach w ho put a dork in the gam e just w hen it w as getting close. T h e re ’s no telling w ho w ill w in, cspccial- | ; ly this year. T he team s, except for : M arylan d (1 like Bob W ade, but b o y, are -h is team s pitiful.) and W ake Fore.st (T heir ; fans are already cryin g, “ W ait ’till ne.xt y e a r ." ) , are even ly m atched. M y pick to w in is N .C . State. Jim • V alvan o seem s to have his team s peak ut tournam ent tim e. M y favorites? G eorgia T ech . A n ybody w ith a coach w ho looks like W ade Leonard can 't be all that bad. And Mike Barnhardt V irg in ia. 1 still like T e rry H olland from the D avidson d ays. Sam e goes fo r L efty. 1 look fo rw ard to the basketball. I dread h avin g to endure hours o f B illy P acker. E ven if he is from D avie C oun ty, P ackcr seem s to think h e’s the on ly one w ho ev e r heard o f the gam e o f basketball. It’s like he thinks w e should b o w to the basketball god w hen he speaks. So rry B illy , but A l M cG u ire, despite being a Y a n k ee , know s m ore abou l the gam e. But h e’s a pain in the old a irw a v es, (oo. N o w Jim T h ack er, th ere’s a real basketball announcer. Charlotte Hornet.s Fever To Dwindle? T ired o f the C h arlotte H ornets yet? G ran ted, the first m ajor p rofession al ball team in N orth C aro lin a is im portant, but is il really w orth all the buzz? (1 don ’t count the A B A ’s C aro lin a C o u gars. W hen you play w ith a ball w hich resem bles w hal a seal w ould bounce on it’ s no.se, it ju st isn ’t pro fession al.) 1 got excited w hen they announced C h arlotte w ould get a professional basketball team . I got excited o v er the new co l­ iseum — and even agreed to g o into il after il w ithstood a few rock con certs. I d id n ’t gel e.xcited o ver the H ornets roster. But those gu ys p lay w ith a lot o f heart — for fans w ith a lof o f heart." I h ear th ere’s n ever a dull m om ent in the “ H ornet’s N e st.” Then th ere’s T -sh irts and sw eatshirts and hats aqd m ugs and all kinds o f H ornet paraph ernalia. It’s m ind b ogglin g . ■ w hen yo u add up the m oney area residents are spending after bein g stung b y H ornet fever. I fell prey to H ornet F e v e r a co u pic o f w eeks agb . I fin ally got a schedule, rounded up about seven people to g o . to a gam e and prepared to call m y ord er in. i ; T h ese gu ys a rc popular, better o rd er fo r a gam e i^ several w eeks a w a y . I thoughl. I tried M arch 2 5 against D etroit, figu rin g there w ould be al least a good figh tleven if the H ornets did lose. S o rry , the lady said , sold out. A ll Saturd ay gam es w ere sold oul. So. w ere F rid ay g a m e l I then requested scats fo r a T hu rsd ay night gam e. T h e y ■ - w ere availab le. T h e lad y, hoW cver, w as n icc enough to tell m e that the scats w eren ’t together. W eren ’t even n ear'each oth er, as it turned out. T h e H ornets didn ’t even h ave tw o ' scats together rem aining for the rest o f ih e season. B u l I h ear T h e A tlanta A ir F o rcc, as the basketball ; H aw ks are callcd , has tickets a vailab le. H m m m , a cou ple o f nights in dow ntow n A tlanta. That sure sounds m ore excitin g: than C h arlotte. , Letters I W i l l i a m B u r n e t t e R e s p o n d s T o C r i t i c a l L e t t e r T o the editor: : I read wilh am usement, disgust and distrust the letter to the editor written by a M r. Jeffries R. A y ers in your issue o f M arch 2. : ; M r. A yers exem plifies a group who oppose growth in our county. ; ; Incidentally, if his last sentence w as posed as a question', yes I am W illiam A . Burnette w ho ran f t r com m issioner last fall. Further, m y position on this issue is unchanged from m y cam paign I'statements! ; I am attaching a copy o f m y letter to M r. R oy M . D avis o f the N .C . D ivision o f Environm ental M anagem ent w ho conducted the m eeting held at 3'iorth D avie Jun ior H igh on Jan . 5. Ï :M r. A yers seem ingly quoted m e a num ber o f lim es in his letter to the editor. T he attached letter ■ w ill state what I actually wrote as there is little cor- .relation in what M r. A yers said I wrote and what Ï actually w rote. I chose not to air m y view s at ihe m eeting at JJorth D avie o h Jan . 5 for tw o reasons: Î’ 1. The hostility o f most o f the group would have Tendered m y statem ents and com m ents useless. ■Z: 2. T he m oderator o f the meeting gave each Speaker three m inutes. I f m ore than three minutes w ere needed then you w ere requested to submit ■ Tyjour com m ènts in written form . M y com m ents V o u ld have exceeded three m inutes and I did not ^ v e written com m ents suitable for presentation to tte . m oderator. v ’-M r. A yers, let m e assure you that I have the Vourage to face you or any o f your group as long ^ 'y o u or your group believe there are tw o sides ;to iwiy issue. Y o u and your group seem to believe ;ini№ e follow iiig m odus operandi: :» :i) Y o u refijse tb look at facts, instead you use Ithe'raw tactics'o f insinuation, innuendo and in- ’4iihidation to acM eve your goals, i ; 2) A t "public hearings you bring out supposed ^waste engineers, w ho in fact have either no train- ■|ng or experience in waste engineering. ; : 3) A t public hearings, you had a speaker on your •side w ho personally attacked individuals involved '.in Hidden C reek and w ho never even touched on ;the subject for which w as the purpose o f the ;m eeting. T his sam e speaker him self operates a ^treatment plant less than one m ile from Hidden ;C reek (and less than one-half m ile from m y h om e)., ' 4) At public hearings, your group called fo r a ;“ rule o f order” to prohibit the only speaker who :spoke in favor o f the Hidden C reek sew er plant jfrom continuing his comm ents because he excecd- ;ed the three minute lim it. Y ou r side had several ;speakers w ho spoke for ten or m ore minutes. ; 5) Y o u r group has people w ho say they want ;D avie County to be a quiet, tranquil placc for the :currem residents to live and work. Yet onc o f your :group had lands in H illsdale on which a shopping :center is currently located; other lands which he :requested and received zoning for another shopp- 'in g center; and w ho operates a speedw ay which •destroys the peace and tranquility o f the Fannington ^area on num erous days o f a year.6 )1 am fo r "plann ed” growth and would like ■to see our zoning and planning strengthened. Y o u r group favors “ controlled” growth. Y our 'group believes the w ay you “ control” growth is :to stop grow th. Therein is wh^re my problem with tyour group begins. In a dem ocracy, builders and developers also ;h ave nghts. i : 7 ) ,If;your group Iruly wi.sh to protect your l^neighboirsv why not press for a county sew er syslem ;>in Uroubted w fast grow ing areas? T he answ er to 'im ()ViHtion is your group is selfish. Y ou are afraid ^ ^ Mghbor<would truly be benefited. « F Writ« A Letter To Th« Editor 8) Sonic o f your group rent farm land. T hey prefer not to sec grow th so they can continue to rent chciip farmland. They want no pressure on real estate tax increases due to enhanced land values. So M r. A yers, I respect your rights to your o pi­ nions. I trust you have that sam e respccl for those w ho have differing opinions than yours. I have broad shoulders and can carry any barrage o f assaults which Y O U m ay pass in m y direction. Just keep it decent, factual, honest and fair. W illiam A . Burnette A dvance Follow ing is m y letter to the D ivision o f E n ­ vironm ental M anagem ent. First, thanks for chairing the m eeting al N orlh D avic Junior H igh School lasl evening in a very firm bul very fair w ay. ' T had requested speaking time at this hearing how ever due to the hostile nalure o f the opponents o f the proposed package plant, 1 felt that m y com ­ m ents in favor o f this project w ould be best serv­ ed by w riting. I own 38 acres dircctly across H ighw ay 801 from the propo.scd package plant. M y land also borders Berm uda Run Country C lub. I am a builder and a developer. A s you are probably already aw are, D avie Coun­ ty is grow ing rapidly. The County fathers seem un­ w illin g or unable to cope with this grow th. T he “ m ob rule” which you w itnessed lasl evening is becom ing m ore and m ore the w ay planning pro­ blem s are solved in D avie C ounty. Unfortunately, rational .solutions to imminent problem s are solv­ ed by w ho speaks the loudest at public hearings. The lim e has com e for your Departm ent to give D avie County an ultimatum to handle their pro­ blem s in a proper w ay o r a proper State agency will assum e this role.1 support this package plant for the follow in g . reasons: 1. G eneral guidelines w ere follow ed when the original plant perm it w as issued. T his being the case, the perm it should be continued. There is am ­ ple precedent in other areas o f the State on package plants, that this plant should be treated the .same as others. 2 . N ew residenls o f this area o f D avie County along with older residents have form ed a loose association w hose purpose is to stop any grow lh in this area whether the growth is good or bad. This group w ill go to any m easure to stand in the w ay o f legitimate growth. M any of the opponents o f this package plant live far enough aw ay from the plant so as not to be affected by the plant. M ore im portantly, unfortunately, m any o f these people w ho ow n one-half to one acre lots feel they can control the thousands o f acres surrounding them selves. I learned years ago that you can only control thal land which you ow n. There are .several package plants whhin close pro­ xim ity to this plant including the A rchie E lledge plant belonging to the C ily o f ’>Vinston-Salem as w ell as the Berm uda Run plant. There are also sm aller plants feeding into sm all stream s within reasonable proxim ity to this proposed p lan t.. M any o f these residents do not know thal this plant would be operated by a licensed North C arolina utility w ho are professional at operating package plants. 3. T he highest and best use o f the H idden C reek Subdivision propeny is as a quality residential sub­ division. T he alternative to the proposed package plant is private and separate septic tanks. In tim e, the septic tanks pose a far greater threat than a w ell run package plant. 4. A m ong other endeavors, I am a farm er. T his Editor, Enterprise-Record P.O. Box 525 Mocksville, NC 27028 point as w ell as point num ber 5 is in no w ay in­ tended be dam aging to farm ers or their best interest. On the other hand il must be m entioned as it is a fair and valid poinl. Farm ers in Ihis area have con­ tracted with the C ily o f W inslon-Salem lo receive Ihc sew er sludge and apply ihis sludge to their farm land. T he runoff from Ihis sludge into our stream s poses a far greater threiit than a w ell run package plant, 5. T his area o f D avie County has a num ber o f d airy, cattle and pig farm ers. T he run off from the e.xcremenl o f these animals poses a far greater threat than a .well run package plant. In conclusion, I feel M r. D avis and the developers o f Hidden C reek arc being unfairly singled out by ill-intenlioncd people w hose only m otive is to stop grow th in D avie C oun ly. Hidden C reek is partially developed at this tim e and no- one can say that the developm enl is less than first- class. T he intentions, character and capability o f M r. Gil D avis and his associates is nothing less than firsl-class. ' ' • C ontrary to the scene w hich you w itnessed last evening, there arc m any in our area w ho w ish to see pleasant grow lh. T h ere are m any o f us w ho have trust in D epartm ents such as yours to decide w hal is suitable, w hat is fair and what is right., I trust your Departm ent w ill g ive approval to this package plant and provide guidelines w hich are fa r to Ihe developers as well as the residents o f the afèà. T here is no reason that peaceful co-existence w ith this plant by all concerned cannot be achieved.: E ditor Can Do Better, A nd Should T o the editor: ' 1 read your editorial last w eek concerning John T o w er's conlirm ation and wondered ify o u really believed what you wrote or if you w ere just trying to be controversial. Y o u stated thal the “ revela­ tions o f T o w e r’s peccadillos com e from several sou rces. A n. angry ex -w ife . L ib erals. A nd D em ocrats.” T he fact o f Ihe matter is that Paul W eyrich , a R epublican, conservative activist w as the prim ary w itness againsi M r. T ow er. Y o u also sarcastically stated that Sen. Nunn thinks the Secretary o f D efense should alw ays be sober enough to operate a battleship. H ow For Easter ik- B o x e d C a n d y -A- J e l l y B e a n s 'k C h o c o l a t e B u n n i e s ★ C h o c o l a t e E g g s A n d O t h e r F l a v o r s Easter Baskets Already Filled Or Ready To Make Up ridiculous. M r. Nunn seem s to be concerned w ith' Ihc possibility o f a crisis occurring and the Secretary o f D efense not being sober enough to m ake im por­ tant decisions regarding our national security. That is not an unreasonable requirem ent. • " I believe w e all appreciate logical, th ou gh tfu l. discussion o f public issues and w e expect respon­ sible editors to present these issues in a fair and equitable manner. Y our com m entary read like Con­ gressional Club propaganda. Y ou can do better than lhat. And should. R andy G ardner M ocksvU le C o m e In N o w ...W h ile S e le c tio n Is G o o d ! Fttiw-Raiieh Drag Co. Low«« Shopping C«nt«r ta li«b«rySt. Mocksville, N.C. 634-2141 ‘"7\- ' DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY,Klarch 9, 1989-5 2 3 B u i l d i n g P e r m i t s A r e I s s u e d I n D a v i e I n F e b r u a r y The follow ing w ere Issued building pcrmlls in Davic Counly in February. T he perm its are listed by owner/contractor, location, type of building and fee, with $ 1.5 0 representing $1,000 and a $10 minimum fee. — Craven Construction Com ­ pany Inc., Lol 22 in Hidden Creek. 2,800-square-foot single-fam ily dw elling, $19 5 . — Lifestyles Homes and Really Inc., Lol 3 in Valley View Farms, 3,000-squarc-foot single-fam ily dwelling, $17 2 .5 0 . — Lawrcncc Stephens. Cherry Hill Road, 50-by-100-lool melal building, $30. — Daniel Scliw eil, easl side of Railroad Street near Poplar Streel, 30-by-40-fo()l addition lo existing slorage building, $ 11.7 0 . — Bermuda Village, Bermuda V illage V illas, Building 223 and 225, 2,000-square-fool per unit, $225. — Missionary Aviation Institute, Sugar Valley Airport at the end o f G ilb ert B o ger R oad, l88-by-30-foot airplane hangar, $22.50. — Hamilton Court Conslruclion ■’ Com pany, Hamilton Court, Ber­ muda Run, 1,700-square-fool single-fam ily dwelling, $72. — Hamilton Court Construction Com pany, Hamilton Courl, Ber­ muda Run, 1,700-squarc-foot patio home, $67.50. — R M F Construction Com ­ pany, Lot 7 , Creslview Road, -Twinbrqoks A cres, 1,500-square- fool single-fam ily dwelling, $72. .. D ave M abes, west side o f U .S. 601 across from Holy Cross Lutheran Church, enclosing ex­ istin g porch, $10. D avie Builders, east side o f .Hpspital Street north o f V alley Rpad, 1,100-square-foot single- fam ily dwelling, $37.50 . , — Lifestyle Hom es and Realty In c., Lot 8 in Twinbrook A cres, i,502-square-foot single-fam ily dwelling wilh a 22-by-22-fool al- laclied garage, $72. David H . Cozarl, Lol 18 in Twinbrook Acres, 1,594-square- ■'.foot single-family dwelling, $75. . • .— Hamilton Court Construction Com pany, Hamilton Court, Ber- . muda Run, 1,700-squarc-foot patio home, $67.50. — Terry Naylor, north side of Bracken Road, knocking out a wall ';t(> enlarge existing bedroom by 10 ,ljy 20 feet, plus screened porch ad- -dition, $15. Subdivision fPlataKd fBy Board r - ' A preliminary plat for a three- ; lot subdivision w as approved by t. the M ocksville Planning Board last ; week. ’ Sam Hall o f Hall’s Land Survey- ; ing submitted the plat for the sub- ; division o ff V alley D rive at ; Hospital Street. : Planners approved the plans atler : going over a list o f requirements ; set out in the town’s zoning I ordinance. ;■ “ It would be an improvement to that piece o f property,” said town zoning officer, Jesse Boyce. Ipavie Jobless jirate 4% Unemploym ent in Davie Coun- ;'ly;ro se slightly in January, but still ; 'rem ained low at 4 percent, ; This was up from a 2.6 percent ; unemployment rate in December ;; 1988, reflecting what the Employ- i ment Security Commission (ESC ) ; o f North Carolina de.scribes as ' “ normal seasonal fluctuations.” > According to statewide figures, i ¡52 o f North Carolina’s 100 coun- I lies had January unemployment > 'fates at or below 5 percent. This > is a figure E SC analysts regard as ;• near full-employment. • In Jm u u y 19B8, only 36 coun- .• llies rates o f S percent or less. .• I The';county with the lowest i:* JHuaiy ^1989) unemployinent rate ( i;r iW ,O fih ( e with 2 .5 percent. Coim ty had.the highest m r — Henry S. Norman, quarter of a mile o ff Cornalzer Road north of W illiams Road. 1.324-squarc-ro(>l singlc-lam ily dwelling willi a 266-squarc-lbol allaclicd garage. S6 9 .5I. — Sidney Hart. Grconbriar. sc- cond dwelling o ff Fork-Bixby Road. 319-square-foot addition to existin g d w ellin g and 12-by-24-foot scrccncd porch ad­ dition, $27. — Karl Osborne, 230 E . M aple A vc., M ocksville. I l-by-23-foot screened porch addition to existing dwelling, $10. — Debra Hayes V ogler, Liber­ ty Church Road, 1466-square-foot singlc!^family dw elling, $49.95. — Davie Oil Company, intersec­ tion of;Rcdland Road and N .C. 801 at Gunter G rocery, on-site adver­ tising sign and canopy, $24. — Fast Track convenience store, easl .side o f U .S. 601 just north of Koontz Road, 2,400-square-foot convenience store, $ 12 4 .50 . — W illiam Wharton, west on U-.S. 64 acro ss from 1-4 0 , l4-by-30-foot storage building, $10. . — Burton Hedrick, Duke W hit­ taker Rpad, mobile home made in­ to a 900-square-foot single-fam ily dw elling, $ 15 . 127.4 percent. ; y TfiLMi* IS .1 Fuuti Lmii cutivunieiitly located near you: Squire Boone Plaza Shopping Center Bermda Quay Shopping Center Hwy. 601 North - Yadkinville Rd Highway 158 and 801 Mockbvllle, N.C. Advance. N.C. I - U U U L I U N V _______________________________________ / Monday thru Saturday: 8 a.m. • 10 p. Sunday 9 a.m. • 9 p.m. 6—DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9, 1989 P u b l i c R e c o r d s r i i (Zivil Lawsuits ■ The following civil lawsuils have been filed wilh ihc Davie Counly clerk o f courl. — Chrislopher E. Wyatt v.s. Sharon D. W yalt. child custody, child support, posses.sion o f marital residcncc. — R C A Credit Union vs. Gary P, Royal, request for recovery, :$l,9 0 3.8 8 plus interest. — Jack L. Newman and Patsy Newman vs. Umberger Construc- tion C o ., M arble & Cabinet Markelplace Inc., American M ar­ ble Inc. doing business as Amcrilile Bath Systems and Poindexter Pest Ciinlrol Inc., in c.xccss o f 510,000 for breach of warranties, in excess o f 510,0 00 for breach of contract. — Victoria M orris Gardner and lidward Randy Gardner vs. Glenn Wo<kI Parrish, aulo accident claim, in cxccss o f $10,000 for compen­ satory damages. — Larry D. Clement vs, Vclvec L, Clement, absolute divorce, — Terry Bailey Shinault vs. William Larry Shinault, confc.ssion o f judgment, child .support, — Laura J, Poole vs, W illiam Robert Hastings, child custody, re­ quest defendant not h arass, threaten or molest plaintiff or child, not go about parents’ premises, p atern ity, child support; countcrclaini — that court order be stricken, child custody. — Palrilla J. Woolen vs, Randall W illiam W oolen, voluntary child support agreement. — Richard Eugene Cline vs. Jackie Marlin Cline, child custody, order saying defendanl can’l rem ove children from courl jurisdiction pending hearing, divorce from bed and board. — Tessa D, Lockhart vs. Jay Lockhart, absolulc divorce, — Ju n k e r* Son Feed M ill Inc, vs, Shyler Lea, Marilyn Lea, Sher­ man Lea, doing business as Sun­ ny Lea D airy, Southern States Cooperative Inc, and W alnut G rove Aulion Sales, request lo dclermine righls o f petitioner to auction proceeds; distribution o f proceeds. — Clcmenline Matlock Carswell v.s. Jerry Rex Carsw ell, absolute divorce. — M aryland Casually C o. and Tim othy Edward M abe vs. Jam es M arvin Cobb, auto accident claim , request for recovery for com pany, $3,4 6 5 plus interest, request for recovery for M abe, $10 0 , — M ary Frances Varner vs. Je r ry W alser V arn er, chil'd custody, child support, assistance with hospilal and drug bills and at­ torney fees, visitation. — Horn Oil C o. vs. Wisconsi'n Trucking Inc., request for judg-. m cnl, 513,60 .“).20 plus interest.' Land Transfers The following land transfers have been filed with the Davic County register of deeds. The iransaclions are listed by parties involved, acreage, township and deed stamps purchased, wilh $1 representing $1 ,000. , — Ellerwease Hargrove, A n ­ drew J, Patterson Jr., and Charle.s Lee Patterson lo Estella P. Pruilt, 1 traci, $3. '. — Norman B, Smith Jr, and Phyllis C, Smilh to Everetle Louis Leach and Neltye Francis Ijames Leach, I traci, M ocksville, $ 15 , — Daisy P, Tem ple to Craig S. Ward and Teresa T . Smith. I tract, M ocksville, 563, — John D, Gould to Douglas Kauffm an, 1 tract, Farmington, $97. — Danny R. Modlin and Velda B. M odlin to Jack B, Shore and A lm a P . Sh o re, 1 tract, M ocksville, $48, — Sieve Paparoupas lo Christos Paparoupas and Spered ou la Paparoupas, 1 tract, M ocksville, — D G A Associates lo G ayle B, Priesler and R. Edith Priesler, 1 tract, Farminglon, $14 9 .50 , — Dennis A . Polls lo Bedford D. Teague and Theresa P. Teague, 1 Iol, Fullon, $55. — Joh n P, H cndri.x and Elizabelh C, Hendrix to M ary H, Evans, 1 lot, Farm inglon. — Malhew.s Builders lo John Christopher M alhews, 1 loi, Far- ininglon, $6 1, — Pat.sy O, Ratledge to Jerry Lee Ratledge, I lot, Calahaln, $14 , — Mitchell T , Fosler and Belly T , Foiiter to Stephen A. O ’N eill, 1 tract, M ocksville, 5 3 1, — Koyt W , Everhart Jr. and Delane Everhart lo Clifton Odell Spainhour, 1 Iract, $82. — David F . Tam er, guardian o f estate o f W oodrow W . Conrad, to M ary M . C o n rad , 1 Ira c l, M ocksville. — Ralph Hoover Boger and Pearlie Boger lo Thomas L. Boger, Juanila M . Boger, Billie Jo Boger and T alb crl B oger, 1 Iracl, Clarksville. — Carrie R. Laird lo Helen L. Lanier, 1 tract. — Carrie R. Laird to Lydia M . Laird, 1 tract. — Carrie R. Laird lo Edna L. M athews, 1 tract, — Edgar B. W elch and Brenda H, W elch to Phillip A , Fleming and Susan P, Fleming, 1 tract, Far­ mington, $35. — John Robert Middleton and Betsy John.son Middleton lo Sieve E . Ferrell and M ary A . Ferrell, 1 Iract, Shady G rove, $50. — D G A Associates to Ray Bur­ roughs, I trad, Farmington, $ 1 ID, — Ana Belle Elm ore, Clarence Elm ore, Peggy Elm ore, Richard Elm ore, jKin Elm ore, Linda E , Trivette and Jack Trivette to Richard Elm ore and Jack C , Trivette, 1 lot, Clarksville, — D G A Associates lo ClinI G , Dederick and I.sabclle L. Dederick, 1 iracl, Fanningion, $235.50 , — H ickory H ill D eveloping Com pany lo Christina M cGow an, 2 lots, Fullon, $ 18 . — Eugene Bennett and W illie Bess Bennett to Roy L, Potts and B obb y J. Sh elto n , 4 lo ts, M ocksville, $ 13 . — Caroline Long Sanford lo L . Gailher Sanford Jr. and Cyretle H, Sanford, 1 iracl, M ocksville, — Harmon R , Latham and Nora C , Latham to Alan Dale Latham , 1 Iracl, Farm inglon, — Terry Eugene C ox lo David A . Snipes, 1 Iracl, Fullon, $6,; — Benny Lee Bolin and JoAnne Caudle Bolin to G & G Lum ljir Com pany In c,, 2 tracts. Liberty and Farm inglon, $20 .50 , > — M ock'ville Savings and Lojin Association Inc. lo Ronnie p . Peoples and Patricia M , Peoples, 1 tract, Calahaln, $40. Highway Patrol ; The following traffic accidents in ; Davie County were investigated ;iast week by troopers with the •!North Carolina Highway Patrol. .Man Charged With DWI ’ A 23-year-old W inston-Salem ^man w as charged w ilh DW I -follow ing a two-vehicle accident •{Feb. 27. ; A ccording to a report by ;Trooper L .D , Chappell, David ¡Eugene Sm iley o f 1628 Old Salisbury Road was traveling west on Cornatzer Road al an excessive rate of speed when the accident oc­ curred at 4 :16 p.m . Sm iley’s truck skidded oul o f control on the wet road, crossed the center line and collided with a truck being driven by M axie Lee M ellon, 32, o f Route 2, Advancc. Sm iley’s 1968 Chevrolel truck spun around on impact and slid o ff the road in­ to a field. Chappell estimated dam age lo Sm iley’s truck at $300 and damage to M elton’s 1986 Ford at $1,2 0 0 . A dvance Tccn C h arged A n A dvance teenager w as chargcd wilh an unsafe traffic inovcinenl M arch 3, after she drove into llie path o f another vehi­ cle on Inlerstate 40. Jill Lynette M organ, 16, oj^l 17 Woodburn Place was traveling east on 1-40 at aboul 4:40 p.m . when .she attempted to changc lanes and drove her car into the path o f Deborah Lynn Jordan, 19, o f Raleigh, according to a report fil­ ed by Trooper D .R , M cCoy, Jo rd a n sw erved to m iss M organ’s car, lost control o f her vehicle and .skidded ihrough the median, throwing rocks onto a Iruck being driven west by Thotiias Jeffrey M arion, 34, o f Route 1, M ocksville, Eslim aled dam age lo Jordan’s 1985 Chevrolel was $2,500 , while damage lo M arion’s 1971 Ford was estimated at $350. According to M cC oy’.s repori, there was no dam age lo M organ’s 1989 Ford. T oyota Strikes D eer *• ■ A Lexington man was traveling on U .S, 601 at 11:3 0 a,m , on M arch 3 , when the vehicle he was driving struck a deer which ran across the highw ay. A cco rd in g lo a rep ori by Trooper L .D . Chappell, Jam es Ray W agner continued traveling on U .S. 601 after striking the deer un- ;il he slopped Trooper Chappell lo report the accident. Chappell eslim aled dam age to W agner’s 1981 Toyota al $350 . Driv<;r Lcave.s- Scene An unidentified driver left the scene o f an accident M arch 5 aftqr .striking an Advance man’s truok. D avid Glenn M ayhew , 4 1, o f Route 2, was traveling east on U .S. 64 al 5:50 a.m . and was beginn­ ing to enter a left curve when lifs vehicle was struck, according to a report by Chappell. Tne uniden­ tified driver was traveling w esfin a car when it entered the curve, crossed over the center line.apd sideswiped M ayhew ’s truck. .• Dam age to M ayhew ’s 1986 D odge w as estimated al $l,6 0 0 i SherifPs Department ; The following reports w ere fil- ;ed wilh the Davie Counly S h eriffs ;Department. ' — Jerom e Pruitt Livingston o f .‘Cooleem ee reported Feb. 27 Ihe '.larceny o f tools and equipment . ‘from a junk yard o ff a road beside j the Legion Hut.11 — John Redmond Gaither of ;'Route 1, Harmony reported Feb. I'2 3 the breaking, entering and ; larceny from a garage o ff Boone ' !parm Road. — Teresa Lyvonne White o f Hillcrest Drive, Advancc, reported Feb. 28 someone damaged proper­ ty wilh a vehicle. — Jam es T . Murphy o f Route 6, M ocksville, reported Feb. 28 ihe breaking, enlering and larceny o f an estimated 530 in jew elry from a residence o ff W oodward Road. — Herbert F . Reich o f Route 3, M ocksville, reported Feb. 27 the larceny o f a m olorcycle from a residence o ff Howardtown Road. — Brian H . W allsw orth o f Route 4, M ocksville, reported M arch 2 the breaking and entering o f a residence o ff Pine Ridge Road. — John Steven Bracken o f Route 6, M ocksville, reported M arch 2 the larceny o f a license plate from a vehicle parked o ff Liberty Church Road, — H usie Kennlcy C lore o f Route 1, Advance, reported March 2 the breaking, entering and larceny o f ilems including a check from a residence o ff Redland Road, — Robert Lee M cCarn o f Rouie I , Advance, reported M arch 2 the larceny o f a license plate from a vehicle belonging to Plumbing Contractors A ssocialion In c., H illsdale. — Kenneth L ee M ye rs o f Yadkinvilie reported M arch 3 the larceny o f toilet paper from a closet at the M O westbound rest area. — W illiaiii O rville Coalez o f Long Island, N .C ., reported March 5 Ihe breaking, entering and larceny from a residence in Ihe W oodlee Developm enl. — Harrison Bejam ine M organ o f H ickory Hill reported M arch 4 the breaking, enlering and larceny o f more lhan $ 1,700 cash and olher ilem s from a residence in H ickory H ill, — Kenneth R eavis Harpe o f Route 8, M ocksville, reported M arch 4 a breaking, entering and larceny from Chestnut G rove M ethodist Church, U .S. 6 0 1.’ ' — Ola M ae Ijam es o f Route 8, M ocksville, reported M arch 2 the breaking, entering and larceny o f an eslim aled $ 13 4 cash and $500 worth o f jew elry from a m obile home o ff U .S. 158. — Lisa M cDaniel M cLelland;of Route 3 , M ocksville, reported M arch I she received harassing telephone calls. ' Arrests : The following were arrested by the D avie County S h e riff’ s ■Department. — Sylvia E. Parks, 34, o f Route ;2, Harmony, charged M arch 3 : with writing a worthless check. '■ — Kelly W ayne Peacock, 23, of Route 2, Advance, chargcd March ■:5 with carrying a concealed ; :weapon, possession o f drugs, and ; !possession o f drug paraphernalia, ;; — Bryan Douglas Thomas, 22, ; ,o f M ocksville, charged M arch 2 ; with a parole violation. ;; — M isty Dawn M yers, 16, o f Route 2, Advance, charged Feb. Hospital ER 27 with breaking, entering and larceny. — Shirley Lynn Edwards, 40, of W ytheville, V a., charged Feb. 27 wilh forgery. — Barry W ayne Jones, 3 3, of 130 Wealherwood Court, Winston- Salem , charged March 5 wilh breaking and enlering, possession o f drugs, possession o f drug paraphernalia, and dam age to properly. — Dale Nelson Meadows, 20, o f Charlotle, charged Feb. 27 wilh felonious possession o f dnlgs, and possession wilh inlent to manufac­ ture drugs. A M ocksville man was charged with DWI by the Mock-sville Police Department lasl week. David Franklin Bares, 27, o f 60 W right Lane, was arrested M arch 1. • It was reported March 4 that someone pumped $10 worth o f gasoline inlo iheir car at Service Distributors, W ilkesboro Street, and drove aw ay without paying. • Crissy Louise Payne o f Route 6, M ocksville, reported M arch 5 the larceny o f cash from a dress­ ing room at W al-M art. • A 16-year-old Advance youth w as charged with failure lo reduce speed to avoid a collision after an accident M arch 3 at 5:49 p.m . on Yadkinvilie Road. Fires Daniel Allen H all, o f Route 2, w as driving a pickup Iruck norlh on Yadkinvilie Road when it ran inlo Ihe rear o f another truck, driven by W ilbert H arris, 40, o f Route 5, M ocksviiie, which had slowed waiting for other traffic to turn, according lo a report by M o c k sv ille P atrolm an K .L , Hunter. Dam age to the 1966 Dodge driven by Harris was estimated at 5200, to the 1983 Chevrolet driven by H all, $3,50 0 , • No charges were filed after,a wreck Feb, 28 at 4 :37 p.m, al M ill­ ing Road and M ain Slreet. According 10 a report by Hunte|t, a tractor-trailer driven by Bobby Joe M urphy, 40, o f Fl. W orth, Texas, backed inlo a car driven Donna Keith Knight, 2 1, o f Roufc 6, M ocksville, '■ No charges were filed, > Damage to the 1987 Ford driven by Knight was estimated al $2(W, • The following patients were :! treated in the emergency room al Davie County Hospital. I; The hospital only releases infor- !; mation on patients it considers a public record because o f Ihe nature o f the injury. i,; — Christy L , A yers, 18 , 10:55 p.m . M arch S, moderate concus- «ion, knee injury suffered in auto , . m id em j transferred to N ,C . Bap- I Hdiipital in W inston-Salem. ' I Shannon D . HaU, .19 , 9 :4 1 5, cut to the lip suf- ' In tulo accident, transferred fiWiyilh M cflw rial Hospital. — Christopher K urfees, 18, 8:25 p.m . M arch 5, shoulder in­ jury suffered in auto accident, treated and released. — Janet D. Jones, 34, 10 :30 a,m , March 5, broken jaw suffered in aulo accident, transferred to N .C . B aptist H ospital in W inslon-Salem. — Deborah Jordan, 20, 5:46 p.m . March 3, back strain, bruise suffered in auto accident, treated and released. — Dale Nelson M eadow s/20, 7:30 a.m. Feb. 27, bruises sutfered in. auto accident,- treated and released. • ■ Davie fire departments respond­ ed lo the following calls last week: Feb. 28: Jerusalem , 8:03 p.m ., fire alarm activation at Pleasant A cres group home, Cooleem ee callcd for backup; County Line, 7:30 a.m ., structure fire on Davie Academ y Road, Cenler callcd for backup; M oeksviile, 7 :10 p.m ., fire alarm activation at Davie County Hospilal; M ocksville, 7:32 p.m ., possible structure fire at Hendricks Furniture on U ,S . 158. M arch 1 ; Sm ith G rove, 6:22 a.m ., trailer fire near Bingham and Parks, Advance called for backup; M ocksville, 8:21 p.m ., auto acci­ dent on U .S. 64 Easl near T ise’s Store, M arch 2: Smith G rove, 8 :3 1 p.m ., trailer fire at Potts 'Trailer Park on M cKnight Road. Farm ­ ington called for backup; Fork. 10 :50 p.m ., vehicle fire on U .S. 64 East near Dutchman’s Creek, Fork called for backup. M arch 3 : M ocksville, 12:46 p.m ., ceiling fire at Sweet Lover’s Haven on Depot Street; Shady G rove, auto accident on Interstate 40; M ocksville, 5:49 p.m ., auto accident on U .S, 601 at Captain Stevens, M arch 4: Sheffield-Calahaln, 5 :3 1 p .m ., chimney fire on Ed­ wards Road. f M arch 5: M ocksville, 9:56 p.m ., auto accident on U .S. 64 W est near V alley Road; Cenler, 4:28 p .m ., auto accident on U .S, 64 W est near Green H ill Road; Center, 7:4 1 p.m ,, auto accident on Davie Academy Road; William R . Davie, 9:01 p.m ., auto accident at U .S . 60 1 and N .C . 8 0 1; Farm ­ ington, 9:35 p.m ., auto accident on H owell Road. T r o y ’ s A u t o S a l e s 1123 Shelton Avenue Statesville, N.C. 28677 878-6262 Or 872-8769^ Refund Checks Accepted Here!!! DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAV, March 9, 19«9-7 ' I A n g e l i : P u t S t o p l i g h t A t I n t e r s e c t i o n Continued From P. 1 and at the entrance lo W al-Mart, Bralley said. “ It’s jusi real lough to get a stoplight,” “ W e have a very hard time get­ ting out from there now ,” said Scoity Angell, Sanford Road resi­ dent. “ I ’ve been trying to get a stoplight there for a long tim e.” Roger Spillman, who owns a service slation on U .S. 601 at San­ ford Road, agreed, “ One needs to be there. There’s been several ac­ cidents there,” Neither men opposed the rezon­ ing request, which will be decid­ ed on later by the town board. Town zoning officer Jesse Boyce expressed confidence a sloplight will be placed at the intersection. "It's coming. It's ju.st a matter of tim e." he said. Vena Harris, planning board chainiian, s;iid planners would join the fight for the stoplight. “ If we have any pull, w e'll gel behind you .” .she said. Tw o restaurants. Pizza Hut and Burger King, arc located on San­ ford Road jusi o ff U .S. 6 0 1. A Western Steer is located across U .S. 601 from Sanford Road, and a motel is planned ne;irby. Area residents arc petitioning for a stoplight at the U.S. 601/Sanford Road intersection. — Photo by James Barringer T o w n T o L o o k A t Z o n i n g Suzanne Miller helps Samantha Bcck remove items from car. Beck, who was in a different vehi­ cle, was following in a'different car. Details of the wreck were not available. — Photo by Robin Fergusson 1 2 H u r t I n S u n d a y W r e c k s Continued From P. 1 N .C . H ighway Patrol Trooper W .D . GfvMms repelled Christy Lynn Ayers, 18 , o f Pfafftown, was driving the ear when it ran o ff the left shoulder o f H owell Road in a sharp curve. A yers lost control o f the car, causing it to go down an Feb. Rain; 5.7 Inches . A total of S.69 inches of rain was reported, in Davie County last ,;.month. .;. Snow accumulation for February was 12 inches, according to -,Mocksville weather watcher . lUtherine Meroney. .„. February’s rainfall — up con- aklerably from the 1.78 inches reported during the same month last year — brought the total for the first two months of 1989 to 7.77 « inches. This is up more than 2 in­ dies from the4.9l total for the first two months of 1988. embankment, hil a I'ence and con­ tinue down the embankment until coming to rest with the front end in a creek. No charges were filed. A yers was taken lo Davic Coun­ ty Hospital and transferred lo N .C . Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem, where she was listed in serious but stable condition Monday afternoon with a concussion and broken leg. She w as scheduled to undergo surgery on the leg on Tuesday. Three passengers were also injured. Denise Cheryl Delgardo, 17, o f Lew isville, was transferred from Davie Hospital to Baptist Hospital, where she was listed in satisfactory condition M onday with a broken jaw . M ichael M . G regory, 16, o f Route 8, M ocksville, was treated and released from Davie Counly Hospilal. Dana Leigh Teague, 16, of Clem m ons, was transferred from D avie 10 F o rsyth M em orial Hospital, where she was slill a pa­ tient on M onday. T llC w rc ck i)ccurrcil Jusi alter 10 p./n. Advance Teen Iivjurcd A Route 4. A dvancc, teen-ager was injured al 8:55 p.m . when the car they were driving wenl through the the N .C . 801/U.S*. 601 in­ tersection north o f M ocksville. Shannon Dale Hall, 19, was taken lo D avie County Hospital and tran sferred to F o rsyth Memorial Hospital for treatment o f a cut lo the lip, where she was treated and released. Hall was driving a 1980 Dat.sun west on N .C . 801 in dense fog and continued Ihrough the stop sign across U .S. 601 and into a ditch, reported N .C . Highway Patrol Trooper Crawford D. Jones. Jones reported the slop sign had been knocked down earlier in the day in another accident. Hall was charged with failure to wear a seat belt. Tw o area residents were injured Sunday night when the car they were riding in overturned on Davie Academ y Road near Green Hill Road. Details were not available. Continued From P. 1 lhat and making recommendations lo Ihe town board. Tow n M anager Terry Bralley said Leary recently finished a land use survey for the town, which on a color map. shows how property is presently being used. “ H opefully, it’s a tool we can use in our planning,” Bralley .said. “ There are some important things that are happening out there with us in a high growth area. W e have done a good job in the past and 3 Earn Degrees Three Davie County residents were among 22 people lo complete Ihe Adult High School Diploma (AH S) and the General Education Development (GED ) programs at Davidson Counly Community Col­ lege during the 1988-89 winter quarter. They were: A H S, Charlene Suzanne Hilbourn o f Advance; and G E D . Angela Denise Baker and Larry Gene Pcacuck Jr., bolh ttf M ock.sville. The A H S program is designed for adults who did not complete their high school education pro­ gram through the public schools. The. program provides students with the means to earn their Adult High School Diplom a by com ­ pleting course w ork in English, math, science and history. The G E D program is a means for adults to obtain a high school diploma. Individuals take the G ED exam s to demonstrate high school- level competencies in English, social studies, science, reading and math. with the tools w e’re working wilh, we can do as good a job in the future.” Town zoning officer Jesse Boyce said the planners will look at special u.se zoning and Ihc siie plan review process. Planners also need to decide what areas should be developed commercially and which areas should be residential, “ Developers are going lo want to develop commercially as long as they can, and we need lo be think­ ing about where we want to draw the lin e,” Boyce said. “ W e need lo beef up our mobile home section to bring us up with what the state says w e ought to do before the state tells us we have lo do it,” he said. Leary told the planners to ask what they need to make the right decisions for the town. “ That zoning ordinance is the best tool w e’ve got to help us make the right decisions,” Leary said. “ W e’re your staff. You tell us how we can help you .” Body Works •Aerobic Classes •Powercise Instructor for Daytona Beach Community College Aerobics Competitor. Finalist in the “Challenge". Winner of Coors Light 1,000 Aerobic Challenge. 3-Year Winner ot Ms. Fitness. Winner of Most Physical Female Competition Of South Carolina Classes For Beginners Teens & Senior Adults CALL NOW TO ENROLL 998-3473 998-4015 Classes begin in IVIarch Davie Dance Stuijio, Farmington Rd. Spring/Summer Hours: Tuesday-Friday: 7:30-8:15 p.m. Aerobics 8:15-9:15 p.m. Powercise Jescinda Davis Instructor SAM 'S™ a^ Aoivltlonof Business Owners Farmers Operators,Managers Churches,Organizations s a v e m o r e m o n e y t h a n e v e r b e f o r e a s a m e m b e r o f S A M 'S W H O L E S A L E C L U B A R e p re s e n ta tiv e O f S A M 'S W h o le s a le C lu b w ill b e a t t h e W A L -M A R T D ISC O U N T STO RE in M ocksville To Assist You With Membership ' I .Thursday & Friday M arch 9 & 10, 1989 10 a.m . T o 6 p.m . . "S atu rd ay 1 1 .1 9 M 9 a.m . T o 4 p .m . > 9 1 9 .7 6 M 5 9 0 8-DAVIE county ENTERI’RISK RECORI), 'mURSDAY, Marcii 9, 1989 D avie D istrict C ourt The following eases were dispos­ ed o f during Davic District Court on M arch 2. Presiding was Judge William G. Ijames. Prosecuting was Jam es H oneycutt, assistant district attorney. — Joseph Bo.ss Brown Jr., driv­ ing 70 mph in a 55-niph zone; reduccd by D A to improper equip­ ment, ordered to pay court cosls. — Yolanda Tonclle Davis, driv­ ing 78 mph in ¡1 65-mph zone; reduced by DA to improper equiji- ment, ordered to pay courl costs. — Edgar Lee Duncan, DWI (Breathalyzer results . 10); .sentenc­ ed lo 60 days, suspended lor one year; ordered to pay $100 fine and court costs, perfonti 24 hours com­ munity service, obtain substance abuse assessment and comply with recommendations o f assessing agcncy, attend alcohol and drug education traffic .school, surrender driver’s liccnse. — Jam es Edwin Durbin Jr., driving 80 mph in a 65-mph zone; reduccd by DA to driving 72 mph in a 65-mph zone, ordered to pay $10 fine and court costs. — Stamey Allen Gobble, com ­ municating threats; dismissed. ■ — Jam es Stanley Hairston, two counts o f trafficking in cocaine by transporting and Ihree counts o f conspiracy lo traffic cocaine; pro­ bable cause found, bound over to Davie Superior Court. — Jeffrey Dan Hinson, posses­ sion o f less Ihan '/4 ounce o f mari­ juana; ordered to pay $25 fine and court costs. . , Leon Horne, driving 70 mph • in a 55-mph zone; reduced by DA :to driving 64 mph in a 55-mph zone, ordered to pay $10 fine and court costs. — Dianne Keller, possession of drug paraphernalia; sentenced lo / 'six months, suspended for one ; year; ordered lo pay $100 fine and I t^rt costs, obtain drug assessment «if Tri-County Mental Health “Center. A possession of cocaine : charge against .Keller was : dismissed. " —Stanley Brent Lineberry, driving 84 mph in a 65-mph zone; ; reduced by DA to driving 74 mph in a 65-mph zone, prayer for judg- 1 ment on court costs. • — Von Lee McClamrock, I , misdemeanor breaking and enter­ ing; sentenced to two years in' prison and ordered to make restitution. . — Gina Rene MeClannon, driv- .ing 70'mph in a 55-mph zone; reduced by DA to improper equip­ ment, ordered to pay court costs. . David E. McDaniel, posses- ' sion of cocaine; probable cause V. found, bound oyer to Superior Court. Charges of possession of / marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed. Connie Renea Orren, resisting an officer; reduced by DA , to disorderly conduct, sentenced to. 30, days, suspended for one year; ordered to pay $100 fine and court costs. Charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of controlled substance with intent to sell and deliver, simple possession of marijuana and manufacturing a controlled substance were dismissed. • — Ronald Dean Peacock, second-degree trespassing; nol guilty. -r Samuel Lewis Pelro, driving 69 mph in a 55-mph zone; reduc­ ed by DA to improper equipment, ordered lo pay court cosls. — Nathaniel Eric Riddle, driv­ ing 7() mph in a 45-mph zone; ordered to pay S31 fine and court cosls. — Jeffrey Todd Saunders. DWI (Breathalyzer results .22); sentenc­ ed to si)( months, suspended for one year; ordered to pay $500 fine and courl cosls. perfonn 72 hours o f communily scrvice, attend alcohol and ilrug education traffic scliciol. surrender driver's licen.sc. A charge o f driving 100-plus mph in a 65-mph zone was dismissed. — Donnie Dean Shore, break­ ing, entering and larceny; probable causc found, bound over to Superior Courl. — R oger Sidden. breaking, entering and larccny; probable cau.se found, bound over to Superior Courl. — Steven David Skeen, posses­ sion o f more than 'A ounce but less than 1 'A ounces o f marijuana; .sentenced to two years, suspend­ ed for two years; ordered to pay $500 fine and court costs, perform 24 hours o f community servicc, obtain drug assessment from Tri- County Mental Health Centcr. Charges o f possession o f drug paraphernalia, po.ssession o f mari­ juana wilh intent to sell and deliver and manufacture o f controlled substance were dismissed. — Donald Lee Sluder Jr., fic­ titious registration plale; ordered to pay $10 fine and court costs. Charge o f no vchicle insurance dismissed. — Wanda Ann Smith, second- degree trespassing; dismissed. — M inor Turner Steele Jr., in­ ju ry to personal property, assault on a female; dismissed. — Lonnie Jam es Stephens, con­ sumption o f a malt beverage, driv­ ing wilhout a driver’s license; sentenced lo six months, suspend­ ed for one year; ordered to pay $500 fine and court costs. Stephens w as found not guilty o f DW I. — Chad W illiam Sutherland, D W I (Breathalyzer re.suUs .10 ), provisional licensee; senlenced lo 120 days, suspended for one year; ordered to pay $200 fine and court costs, perform 48 hours o f com­ munity service, obtain substance abuse assessment and comply with recom m endations o f assessing agency, attend alcohol and drug education traffic school. Charges o f driving while licen.sc revoked, no vehicic insurance and no vehi­ cle regi.stration were dismissed. — H erbert W esley Tatum , assaull on a fem ale; di.smissed. — Cynthia Renee Tucker, four counts o f forgery and uttering; pro­ bable cau.se found, bound over to Superior Court. — M ark W ayne W ebb, damage to personal properly; .sentenced to 12 monihs in prison and ordered to make restitution. Charges of assault on a female and breaking, en terin g and larcen y w ere dismi.s.sed. — Michael Shannon W ensil, driving while license revoked, no vehicic regislration, failure to wear a m otorcycle helmet; ordered to pay S50 fine and court costs. — Stacey Douglas White, driv­ ing 80 mph in a 65-mph zone; rcduced by DA lo driving 70 mph in a 65-mph zone, ordered to pay $10 fine and court costs. — Jam es Ronald W iles, break­ ing and entering; sentenced lo Iwo years in prison and ordered to make restitution. A larceny charge w as dismissed. — Brian Fred W illiams, driving 78 mph in a 65-mph zone; reduc­ cd by D A to improper equipment, ordered to pay court cosls. — Tina Loui.se W ilson, con­ spiracy to traffic in cocaine and two counts o f trafficking drugs; pro­ bable cause found, bound over to Superior Court. — Ronald W illiam W agner, dam age to ' personal property; dismis.sed. Failed To Appear — David A lan Aust, driving 80 mph in a 65-mph zone. — Ronald Edward Berry, driv­ ing 92 mph in a 65-mph zone. — D w ayn e L lo yd B u llard , disturbing the peace. — Henrietta M arie Cam pbell, driving without a licen.se. — Arthur Lee Creech, driving 80 niph in a 65-niph zone. — Keilh M ario Dawkins, driv­ ing 83 mph in a 65-niph zone. — Kevin Jam es Dieter, driving too fast for conditions. — Michael Laniertimc Dyson, driving 80 mph in a 65-mph zone. — Lucius Sam uel Edmonds, driving 77 mph in a 65-mph zone. — Gilbert Randall G alliher, B R E A K F A S T ««Country style*’ March 11, 1989 5:30 a.m. TH 11:00 a.m. S ausäge, £g g s a n d P ancakes SAUSAGE FOR SALE Thursday & Friday Night And Saturday Morning Jericho-Hardison Ruritan Club On The Green Hill Roail driving 50 mph in a 35-mph zone. — Curtis Dale Garrclson, driv­ ing 70 mph in a 55-mph zone. — John Clifton Harper Jr., failure to slop at a stop sign. — Keith O ’Brian Holland, driv­ ing 68 mph in a 55-mph zone. — Jam es Robert Houpe III, at­ tempt to purchase alcoh olic beverage under the age of 21 years. — Richard Johnson, exceeding safe speed. — Tonicaryl Anjanelte Jones, driving 60 mph in a 45-mph zone. — Vicki Hill M nich, driving 77 mph in a 65-mph zone. — Randall Shelton Pcele, driv­ ing 83 mph in a 65-mph zone, no vehicle regislration. — Brian Edward Perry, driving without a license. — Ann M arie Phillips, driving 82 mph in a 65-mph zone. — Linda WiLson Rciivis, failure 10 stop at a stop sign. — Stephen Glen Russell, DW I, driving wilhout a liccnse, driving 90 mph in a 65-niph zone. — Everette W arren Shaw , driv­ ing 78 mph in a 65-mph zone. T rials W aived — Barry Dale Allen, driving 69 mph in a 55-m ph zone. — Carl David T yft, driving 80 t,nph in a 65-mph zone. — Pam ela Styers Sizem ore, driving 70 mph in a 55-mph zone. — Michael Gerard M ulligan, driving 80 mph in a 65-mph zone. — David Paul Taylor, un.safe traffic movement. — Andrew Pinkey Reid, driving 77 mph in a 65-m ph zone. — Gregory Dwayne King, driv­ ing 80 mph in a 65-mph zone. — H ow ell E dw ard R ea vis, failure 10 reduce speed lo avoid a collision. — Cathy W oerner Kofke, driv­ ing 70 mph in a 55-mph zone. — David Allen Perrow, driving left o f center o f the road. Don’t let Old Man Winter in...w hen you can be warm and cozy. S e e us \ H I ' today for a great buy on th ese replacem ent w indows --------------------------------------------------------seaviHwt, - Caudell Lumber Company 162 Stieek Street 634-2167 Mocksvllle, NX. Neck Pain Headaches Dizziness Siiouider Pain Arm & Leg Pain Bacl( Pain Arm & Leg Numbness WKy Live W itli Pain? C all now fo r a co n sultation FOR APPOINTMENT CALL 634-2512 DAVIE CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 501 Wilkesboro St. PtWKCudd, D.C. Mocksvllle, N.C. 27028 Most major health care Insurancs policies pnd workman's compantatlon covers chiropractic care. We accept assignment on qualifiable p o llcin .. M O C K S V ll^ l^ B M I N 1 S T O R A G E Ideal For: * R esid en tial * Educational Facilities * Homeowners * Hobblsts * Medical Profession * C om m ercial * Retailers And Wholesalers * Apartment Dwellers * Service Businesses * Military Personnel Five Sizes: lO ’xlO ’ To 10’x30’ * Rent the space. * Store your goods. * Lock with your lock. * Keep your key. O P E N I N G S O O N ! Operated By: MOCKSVILLE OIL COMPANY C ali N ow To Reserve Your Space! 634-2483 Located Hwy. 601 South (Behind Mocksville Car Wash) NOV NC O u r N e w C a r L o a n s W o f i ’t W r e c k Y o u r B u d g e t . ©F IR S T F E D E R A L S A V I N G S B A N K (704) 634-5981 Equal Oppoitunity Lender Main OHke 230 N Cheiry Slreet Branch Offices 490 Hanes Mall / W i Robinhood Road 110 S Sitaiford Road / 2815 Reynoida Road 3001 Wauefilown Streei / 6000 Univeisily Parkway Mocksville Ollice 142 Caiihet Slreel Clemmons Ofiice 2561 Lewtsvtlle-Clemmons Road 919/723-3604 ■ 1- DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9, 1989-9 B l a c k m a n N e w Y M C A D i r e c t o r S t i l l S t e e l W orkers on the new county o ffice biiilclin); across fro m the courthouse in dow ntow n M (KksviIle continue (o put sicel beum s in place, last w eek read in g up to the th ird floor. — I'lio lo I)}' R obin Fergusson A new program coordinator has been hired by the Davie Fam ily Y M C A . A n n B la c k m a n began working last m onth, replacing Ted Beach, who ac­ cepted a posi­ tion with the King Y M C A , B la c k m a n said her main goal is going through w ilh B lackm an construction o f the Davic Y M C A building. ‘ ‘The building — that's a major goal, seeing it begun and com ­ pleted ... and expanding programs to reach the entire county," she said. Although more than $ 1 million has been pledged lo begin construc­ tion, all o f the pledges haven’t been collccled, Blackman said. “ No facilities will be built until the funds arc in place,” she said. Land preparation for the building adjacent lo M ocksvillc Elementary School should begin this year, Blackman .said. In the meantime, the W isconsin native hopes to continue programs already started in D avie County. “ W e hope to continue to expand our child carc, as well as our fitne.ss programs. ’ ’ Blackm an said she believes the Y M C A needs to take its programs lo the people, although a central building is necessary for facilities such as a swim m ing pool. She also hopes to strengthen the Christian aspect o f the Y ’s programs. Blackman has five years ex­ perien ce w o rkin g w ith the Greensboro and Raleigh Y M C A s. She grew up going to the Y M ­ C A , where she was a competitive swim m er and camp counselor. She graduated from George W illiams College in Chicago, nam­ ed after the founder o f the Y M C A . She studied social work and agen­ cy administration, which is geared to non-profit organizations. Blackman has spent her first month getting to know people and gelling organized. ; " I ’m very much a hands-on per­ son, at the sites, in the classes — getting to know the members as well as the staff,” she said. S c h o o l B r i e f s m r s T o i V l e e t W i t h E n e r g y D e p t . Students Present Concert Elementary and junior high school choral students entertained school board Members Monday nighl wilh a concert o f music. M usic teachers Jeanne Anderson, Anna Saunders, and Elaine Snow led 25 students with renditions o f “ God Bless Am erica” , "T h is Land is Your Land” , "A ll Together N ow ” , "T h is Train Com es M arching In” and “ Star Spangled Banner". "O n M arch 9, Ihe world’s concert on PBS will bring logelher the M cDonald’s All-Am erican Band and children across the coun­ try to sing together," said Anderson. “ A ll o f our students in our classes will get together and sing along with them .” Anderson also told board members about a mini-grant from Ihc Mu.sic Education National Conference. “ We got the 5500 grant and I purchased nine guitars which allow llie .siuilents lo p la y ." Steed Supports Education Plan There arequestioas about the Basic Education Plan and whether or noi il should continue lo be funded, said Superintendent Slecd. “ W e have lo conlinuc lo encourage the В ЕР in D avie County, he said. " I t ’s a very important projcct. “ It gives our children the opportunity lhal larger schools have had, such as choral music, W c have received more personnel and m ore activities to give students ihore opportunities." “ W e have hired a computer teacher, a finance officer, three in­ school suspension teachers, three assistant principals, a guidance counselor, clerical positions within the schools and many program enhancement programs such as the foreign language programs and choral classes,” he said. D CCC Getting Rights To Davie? A review board from the N .C . Community College System will be coming to D avie County tb review a request lo allow only one community college to serve the county. Currently, M itchell and Davidson community colleges offer cla.sses in Davie County, said Steed. On March 20, the review board is scheduled to meet with specific groups to hear requests and proposals. Shady Grove lrлprovements W e’re very proud o f the improvements made to the school in the recent months, said Em ery Cornatzer, chairman of the Shady G rove Advisory Council. No more second load bus loads, major improvements lo school grounds and the D A R E program have all been received well al Shady G rove, Com atzer told board members. “ W e seemed to have been blessed with great volunteers,” he said. “ W e’ve been most successful in the PTA with 100 perccnt participation.” Shady Grove is emphasizing the importance o f reading, said Cor­ natzer. “ W e would like lo see some funding to help improving our reading in our schools,” he said, i Additional council members attending the meeting were Pam Reynolds, Carol Thompson, assistant principal Mary Sine, and prin­ cipal Larry Bridgewater. On M arch 16, the Monitored Retrievable Storage (M RS) Review Commission will be briefed by the Department o f Energy (DO E) to obtain the preliminary results o f D O E ’s System s Stu d ies on m onitored retrievable storage alternatives. The M R S Review Commission will report to Congress on N ov. 1 on whether monitored retrievable storage .should be part o f the na­ tion’s plan to di.spose o f ils high- level radioactive waste. The meeting will be held from 1:30 -4:30 p.m . in the W arfield Room at the Carlyle Suites Hotel, 17 31 New Hampshire A ve. N .W ., W ashington; D .C . 20009. M embers o f the public are per­ mitted to attend the meeiing only as observers. The meeiing will be transcribed and the transcripts will be placed in the Com m ission’s Public Document Room . Persons planning to attend, or who need further information, should contact M s. Paula N . A lford, Director, External A ffairs at the M onitored Retrievable Storage Review Commi.ssion, 1825 K St. N .W .., Suite 3 18 , W ash in gton , D .C . 2 0 0 0 6 , 202/6 53-536 1. > ^ a J A f e s t e r n A u t o .CHECK OUT THESE to w PAICES OM QUALITY AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES NOW C H O O S E T H E T I R E Y O U ’ V E B E E N L O O K I N G F O R A T P R I C E S Y O U C A N A F F O R D CLASS RING ,OFF lOK 'rings fM» Mlr ииЫп ell АНСип'Ы.сшнш>иьоыааишич1 ГСМ M «МГУ лиМ OFF 14K RINGS /IKMRyEDV CLASS RINGS Qtudity h tbt diffrmtce. ТИН Ofltl IXfiaiS MAY )1,1919 <Vi>f in tuniundiun wM any мЫг ti0tr. Bias Belted 28.000 MILE 1 2 7 ?i »/80B I3 P I55/8 0 B 13 2 7 .0 0 1 P I6S/80 B 13 3 2 .9 9 P t85/80B t3 3 9 .9 9 P 19 5/75B 14 3 7 .9 9 P205/75B I4 3 8 .9 9 P 215 /75B H 3 9 .9 9 P 21S /7SB 1S 4 1 .9 9 P225/75B t5 4 3 .9 9 P 23S/7SB t5 4 4 .9 9 1 Steel Radial 35.1Ю0 MILE M 9 9 P155/8QRI3 PI5S/60R I3 2 9 .9 9 P 16S/80R 13 3 4 .0 9 P 175/80 R I3 3 7 .0 9 P 185/B 0R t3 3 7 .0 9 P 18 5/75R t4 3 8 .9 9 P t9 5/75R 14 3 0 .0 0 P205/7SR 14 4 0 .9 9 P 215/75R 14 4 2 .9 0 P 205/75R 15 . 4 0 .9 9 P 215 /7 5R 15 4 4 .9 9 P 225/75R 15 4 5 .9 9 P 235/75R 15 4 6 .9 0 ■«vi.uwu ivm O C b i All-Season Radial 40.000 MILE 99 ________PI 55/BORt3 P I55/80 R 13 3 2 .9 9 PI65/80R t3 3 7 .0 0 P 185/80R I3 4 0 .9 9 P 185/75R 14 P 19 5/75R 14 P205/75R 14 P 215/75R )4 P 215/75R 15 P 225/75R 15 P 235/75R 15 P I75/80R I3 P205/75R )5гяи Road Haiard Warranty 4 2 .9 9 4 3 .9 9 4 4 .9 9 4 5 .9 9 4 6 .9 04 8 .0 05 0 .0 0 3 0 .0 94 4 .0 0 АИ'Велзоп Radini 50.000 MILE C P PI 55/BOR 13 P 155/80 R 13 3 8 .9 9 P t65/80R 13 4 2 .9 9 ( P t75/80R )3 4 5 .9 9 P 18 5/8 0R 13 4 6 .9 9 P 18 5/75R I4 4 B .9 9 L P 19 5/75R 14 4 9 .9 9 fr P2Q 5/75R14 5 0 .9 9 P 215/75R 14 5 1.9 9 P 205/75R 15 5 0 .9 9 P 2t5/75R 15 5 4 .9 9 P 225/75R 15 5 5 .9 9 P 235/75R 15 5 7 .9 9 F R E E R o iid H a iA rd b ___W a rranty_____________ U 4> fS1« ntiHiiifc C4kk «wiUbto ü - wl» ашц. WESTERN AUTO STORE mi • 7 t W llkM boro St.M 4 - a s T i Mocksville, N.C. AM Sonson Rndinl GO.OOO MILE P 155/80R t3 4 4 .9 9PIG5/80RI3 5 0 .9 9P 175/80R 13 5 3 .9 9Pt85/80R t3 5 4 .9 9Pt85/75R t4 5 7 .9 9P195/75R I4 5 8 .9 9P205/75Rt4 5 9 .9 9P 2t5/75R 14 6 3 .9 9P205/75R I5 5 9 .9 9 P 215/75R 15 6 2 .9 9 P225/75R I5 6 5 .9 9 P 235/75R 15 6 8 .9 9 F R E E R o .id H .iiiird W .irr.^ nly , Bring this coupon | in for a Iree gift i Wu»t te 16 y tt ri or older I 0(f«r Oood Thru M«rch IS . 1M9 I f 10—DAVIE COIINTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9. 1989 C o u rt B rie fs Woman Denies Throwing Rocks “ I’m just not the type o f wonian to throw rocks,” Barbara Frost told Judge W illiam G. Ijames in Davie District Court last week. Frost was in court for simple assault and injury lo personal pro­ perty after she allegedly threw rocks and coal over a fence, injur­ ing Jam es K. Steele Jr. and crack­ ing a truck windshield. Steele and his father, Jam es K. Sleele Sr., were drilling a well al Shoaf's Concrete Company on Depot Street, which is beside Bar­ bara Fro.st’s residence, when the incident occurred. “ I walked up behind the rig ," .said Sleele Sr. " I noticed a rock come over and hit Ihe drill. I walk­ ed 10 Ihe end o f fhe fence, and there was M s. Frost pitching rocks over the fence. “ I saw her throw a rock and hil niy .son,” he said. Steele Sr. said he thought the problem occurrcd becausc Frost thought Ihe company was letting concrete run across her properly. “ I told Frost's husband earlier lhal il was only waler. and 1 thought we had straightened il all oul.” he said. Fro.sl ,s;ii(l she di<l nol even know the Steeles were working on ihe olher side o f the fence. ‘ ‘ I was oul in my backyard with my poodles." Frost said. " 1 had soup in my pot and I was only go­ ing lo be oul there about iwo minutes. “ Why would I wanl lo ihrow rocks over there?" she said. Frost's allorney, Wade Leonard, said; “ There is no way Ihis lady could have willfully inlended lo hil anybody wilh anything. Il's im­ possible for her lo have inlenl lo do somelhing and nol know whal you’re doing.” Ju d g e W illiam 0 . Ijam es .sentenced Frost to 30 days, suspended for one year. He also ordered her lo pay a $50 line, court cosls and re.stitulion. 'U Man Convicted Of Assault A domestic dispute between two Ark Motel residents resulted in one o f them being convicted o f simple assault and injury lo personal pro­ perty last week in Davie Dislrict Courl. ’ Greg W . Gaither was sentenced to six months, suspended for one year, and ordered lo pay a $100 fine and court costs by Judge W illiam Ijam es. He was also ordered to pay restitution lo pro­ secu tin g w itn ess R onald S. Rawlerson. Rawlerson testified that Gaither damaged his 1978 Chevrolet and struck him on the left side o f his face. ; “ He dislocated my ja w ,” said Raw lerson. “ I can’t close m y jaw completely to this day.” Rawlerson said he had been harassed by Gaither for several -months. “ A while back, he poured a 32-ounce Pepsi on my head in the Subway across the slreei,” he said. “ M y life has been tom up by his household.” Gaither said the problems stem from his dating R aw lerson ’s former girlfriend and asked her lo e.xplain.’ “ He (Rawlerson) hates lo see me wilh anybody else,” said Raw ler­ son ’s form er girlfriend, who testified wilhoul giving her name. “ He doesn’t do . anything but follow us wherever we go. “ I tried to tell him (Rawlerson) I don’t love him, thal I love him (Gailher),” she said. “ I’ve not instigated any o f this,” Rawlerson said. “ She has been in my room several times in the past few weeks. “ Both o f them have demeaned m e,” hesaid. “ I was nyuding my own business in the A rk M otel, which I have resided in for four years. Then he knocked on the door saying ‘I’ve already called the M ocksviUe Policc Dcparlmcnl and lold them you will be üciuJ.' " Ijames also ordered Gailher to stay away from Rawlerson.“ 1 think a lol o f the problem has come not from only the lady in­ volved, but something e lse ," the judge said. “ 1 ihink this will help you get all this worked out.” Inmate Gets Two More Years An inmate at the state prison unit near M ocksville received two ad­ ditional years on his current sentence after being found guilty o f assaulting two officials at the prison. George Barringer, who is serv­ ing a 60-to-70-year term for arm­ ed robbery and assault, w as con­ victed o f two counts o f assaull on an officer last week in D avic District Court. Sgt. David Scales and O fficer M arty Childers o f the N .C . Cor­ rectional Center on Prison Cam p Road were injured in the incident, which occurred in January. Scales received a chipped tooth, while Childers was treated for minor facial injuries. In addition to assaulting them, Scales and Childers testified that Barringer used excessive profani­ ty, tried to start a prison riot and refused to obey orders. Scales sakl he and Childers were escorting another prisoner to lock­ up when Barringer became insis­ tent on making a statement on behalf o f the other prisoner. “ I told M r. Barringer that when the other prisoner asked for a state­ ment I would com e lo him and get it,” said Scales. “ He then started using profane language and refus­ ed to give me his name when 1 ask­ ed him for it.” Barringer had only been in the prison unit for about two w eeks, said Scales. " I followed him to his bunk to see what his problem was, becausc he had been in the back trying to get the other prisoners to y ell,” he said; “ When 1 leaned up against his bed, he used more profanity and said he wasn’t scared o f me. He then made a short, quick thrust o f his hand and struck me in the chin. “ A l this lim e he struck O fficer Childers with the right arm while I had him by his left am i,” Scales said. Barringer said he did not use profane language and was only try­ ing to m ove past Scales when the contact was made. “ I just got here, and 1 don’l need any trouble,” he said. “ 1 was jusl trying lo gel away bccause I didn’l know why 1 was going to lock­ up.” A ssistant D istrict A llorn ey James Honeycutt said: “ You can’t allow him to try these things out and not have anything added onlo his sentence. That niess;igc should not be sent lo the prison popula­ tion.” Judge William Ijames, in senten­ cing Barringer, said; “ 1 hope you do .straighten up and get some kind o f message from this.” T V S e r v i c e C a l l s •25«<> VCR Head Cleaning n s ** ■uy - BrokM VCR’« and TV’s i l M t r o n l c s & I r S e r v i c e TfM NerlMi — Owner Crown>^ Drugs Prices Good March 8, 9,10, & 11,1989 Oniy S e n d W a r m E a s te r W is h e s W ith a C a r d F r o m I— ГТ-1 SERVICE, SELECTION & SAVINGS FROM THE PRESCRIPTION PEOPLE '^ а ё г о е к N ipper Or Sk ip p er C h o c o l a t e B u n n i e s 2% Oz. 9 9 « E A S T E R P A R A D E #2244.Bamboo Basket In B eautiful P astel c o lo rs $ 2 4 7 Hershey Kisses 14 02. Or Reeses Miniatures 14 Oz. R egu lar Or P astel L arg e P lastic Fill N’ Thrill Eggs 1 2 ’s 5 9 I Leaf Robin i,E g g s 1 % Oz. Whopper E g g s 1 V4 Oz. Jelly Bean Gum 2 Oz. Rainblo Gum E g g s T u b e O f 1 2 Or Cuckoo E g g s 7 Oz. 4 .,9 9 ^ G litter C oloring Kit $ 1 8 9 S Z Z H 'X l___: #21032 Filled \ Easter Grass 2 O z. G reen Easter Basket W ith P uppet $ 7 8 8 C rayola S o B ig Coloring Book $ 1 4 7 « ’ 59 H a n g i n g B a s k e t #2845 W a s t e b a s k e t B lu e Or A lm ond 20 Q uart #EL-2192 Sh arp Calculator 12 Digit Print/D isplay $4 7 8 ^ Hyponex Plant Food Sticks6-12-6 F low erin g 14 -5 -5 F o liage Y o u r C h o ice Bird Feeders 2 5 % o ff Tide Or Cheer Detergeht 4 2 O z. #701 Frem Storage Crates In A sso rte d C o lo rs $2»9 All Winter Gloves By Avon 5 0 % HEALTH AND EfEAUTY AIDS Crest Toothpaste 4.6 Oz. $ 1 2 9 Pepto Bismol 12 Oz. Or M axim um Stren gth 8 Oz. $ 2 9 9 A l k a S e l t z e r 72’S $ 4 6 9 A l k a S e l t z e r P l u s 20's $239 M aybelllne Moisture Whip Or Long Wear Lipstick $ 2 2 7 bll ll I & Л Fomina Г1Ыг1жаЧу I w e r C b n . 6 0 ’s $ 5 9 9 30’s -gsaaatts $ 4 19 n Aquamarine lln Lotion 14 .8 O z. W ith V itam in A , Vitam in E O r A loeI' Ш REMDN 9 9 ^ Imodium A-D 2 Oz. $2^9 Tylenol Sinus Tablets Or Caplets 24’s $ 3 8 9 CROWN’S HEALTH RECORD INFORMATION SYSTEM We Call it “CHRIS” .^Protects against drug interactton. «'Remember» all the medication you uw . t'Prints detailed labels and receipts. «'Keeps records for tu e s ft Insurance Robltussln DM 8 Oz. $ 3 9 9 Tylenol Extra Strength Caplets 100's ^ 0 3 9 W E iH a t Remember with pictures... Ws the very best way. Slock up on film and flash from Crown Drugs to capture memoiles that will last forever. And for processing, you can be assured ol quality prints, fast service and low prices at crown processing Remember this Easter witli Pictures Processed at Crown Drugs where you get two sets of Color Prints EVERYDAY or for 35mm larger prints, try our m i Exclusively at Crown Drugs t. Hodnyjllt, Wittw 0Л SiMppingCwtrt' 2. Clenwuxii, WMlwood Villig« Shopping Ctnlir 3. Bimudi Quiy Shopping ConUr, /Uvwci, N.C. . 4.131 Ptlm CiMk Pirimy, Wlnton-SilMi 5. hynoWi Maw Shopping Cm M, WiMtoivSilifli i. 3075 XitMmlli Ooid, WlMlon-SilM 13.4l17CouMiyCUblM. VidliMIt, Ниш, Jtflonm, Uiinglon, «id WilcofM Visit OurUewípticShóp in Bermuda Quay Shopping Center Advance, N.C. 7.301 Arcadij Avenue, Wlnilon-Salem 8. Hanei Hill, Wlntton-Salem I OUtown, 3716 Reynolda Road 10. Uwlivilll, 649» ShilloKfoid Rd., WInston-Silem .. 11. StonkyvilH, 04 Highway 52 North Hours: Open Mon., Tue., Thurs., & Fri 12. King, Colony Centre 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. WilkM)»n,Hi^iy66 . ^ n p c “ H S hop Wed. ft Sat. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Phone: 998.0431 rnilim 0Л Stepping Cerne jfccknill« Bemud) Quay Shopphg CeMe(Uvince s DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9, 1989-1B' " W a r d N a m e d D a v i e C o u n t y F o o t b a l l C o a c h Riindall Ward By Koiinit- Giillajihcr Davie County Enterprise-Rocord When Mike C.irlcr resigned liis lic;id l'<Kilb;ill coaching posi­ tion at Davic County High School back in (lie lail, principal Robert Landry and siiperinlcn- dant Bill Steed said they were starting a statewide search Ibr hi.s succe.ssor. They only hatl to go one-and- a-half-niiles lo find their man. Randall Ward, who livc.s on 601 South in Mocksvillc, was named by the school board Monilay night to replacc Carter. Ward, who revitalized West Rowan’s football program, wiil now try his hand at coaching his ahna mater. He graduated from Davie and was an assistant coach for the 1980 War Eagle team. Landry and Steed were both pleased with the choicc, as was much of Davic County. Although coaching at West, Ward is involved in many area aclivilics and hi.s children, Kerri and Josh, play sports in the county. Kerri. 15. is a Treshman at South Davic Junior High and Josh, 11, attends Mocksvillc Middle School. His wife, Vicki, works for the Employment Security Commission in Mocksvillc. “ HI.S philosophy fits whal we arc looking for,” Landry said. “ He’ll work lo bring a better program here.” Many of the players already know Ward and Steed thinks that is quite an asset. “ He’s familiar with the school and we felt Randall was the most qualified for the job,” said Steed. “ He's ccrtainly been successful at West Rowan.” The Falcons were struggling when Ward took over as head coach in 1986. But he has led them to two straight 3-A stale playoff berths. ■ After graduating from Davic, Ward played for Wake Forest before an injury cut short his playing career. He has a Master’s Degree in Administra­ tion and Supervision. He has taught in the Kan­ napolis and Davie school systems and has worked in real estale. In his earlier stint at Davie, Ward taught physical education ■ and served as an assistant for varsity foolball and baskelball. He was the offensive and defen­ sive coordinator in football and was the head jayvee boys basketball coach. He served as the defensive ■ coordinator at West Rowan; from 1981-85 Ward will begin his duties next fall and will teach health and physical education. Cary U psets War Eagles, 8 8 V 2 - By Jlonnie Gallagher Davfe County Enterprise-Record KERNERSVILLE — In some parts of North Carolina, Cary’s 4-A state wrestling champion­ ship Saturday was no surprise. After all, it was the-Imps’ third straight crown^ 10 Davie County, il was a ' stuiining upset. In the tightest finish in tournament history, I the;champion wasn’t deter- mirfed until the final match, 1 wilfi Cary nipping the War I Ea¿les, 88'/2-86. ICwas a heartbreaking end I to aTseason that saw unbeaten Davie ranked number one in the state throughout the year. Lowery But;being close was no consolation to coach Bud- I dy Lowery. Second is still second,” he said. “ Wc came Ito win int” I Slim Advantage Heading into the championship round, Cary I owned an 8416-82 advantage over the War Eagles I in vvhat had turned inlo a ivvo-lcani niatcli. Davie jhaithree in the finals while Cary had two. Á ,125 pounds, Davie took Us first leatToTthe I tournament when Scott Beauchamp became tlie ] firs( wrestler in Davic history to win a stale cham- I pioQship. He defeated East Forsyth’s Aaron Col- I eman for an 86-84 lead. ■. 'Kdidn’t last long. At 130, Cary’s Pat King took I thfc'title, giving the lead back to Cary, 88-86. ;• pavie would have Scott Page at 140 and Todd I Sin^th at heavyweight while Robbie Boyer was Wrestling at 160 for Cary. If Boyer won, Davie j ríe¿¿ed both victories. If he lost, Davie needed I 9”?! -;The War Eagles got neither. '\t 140, Page came out strong, leading 4-0 over Robert Smith of Fayclievillc 71st. Smilh claw­ ed his way back lo wilhin 4-3 wilh a minute left in the third period. Wilh Page trying to hold on, Smilh turned him around for two points with only nine .seconds left, winning 5-4, momentarily crushing Davie's hopes. Boyer could have wrapped up the title at 160, bul he loo lost in Ihe final seconds. East Mecklen­ burg's James Banks scorcd the winning point in a 9-8 decision with only 17 seconds remaining. It all came down to Smith's match wilh physically-imposing Cassiiis Smith of Anson County. With a standing room only crowd aware of the the consequences. Smith fell behind 4-1 afler two periods and lost 5-1, sending the delirious Cary fans into a celebration over their third straight title. “ We wrestled some good matches and losl some in the last seconds,” Lowery .said. “ We wanted to win this badly and we did about everything that was expected of us — but win.’' “ You have to hand il lo Cary. They wanted to win it just as bad as we did.” Page had swept through the preliminary roimd.s, pinning two opponenls and winnlnt; another 11-5. It was a bit tougher for Smith, who began wilh an overtime pin, before winning in tht next two rounds, 6-5 and 7-6. Should Have Won In Lowery's estimation, il never should have come down to the championship round. He saw several of his wrestlers bow out quickly, in­ cluding 112-pound junior Brad Fosler, who was one of the top seeds and a favorite to take Ihat weight class. Foster lost two early matches and exited quietly. Jamie Caudle and Todd Kiger each lost two straight matches at 135 and 152. Caudle fell to Rodney Cotten of Scotland County, 11-8 and to Please See Cary — P. 4B Scott Bcuachamp won Uavie County’s first state championship by defeating East Forsyth’s Aaron Coleman in the finals of the 4-A state wrestling tournament Saturday night. — Photo by Runnie Gallagher G i r l s W i n C P C T o u r n e y O v e r R e y n o l d s , 6 1 - 4 5 i who scored 22 points In the flnals, sails out of bounds afler a loose ball. — Photo by CItfis Mackie By Ronnie Gallagher Davie County Enlerprise-Record That sly 'ol dog Bill Peeler had it planned all along. When he first coached Shawn Smoot, Beth Mashburn, Shannon Jordan as sophomores, he could see the potential. His plan would be lo groom them for two years and then hand them over to a former player, Angie Browder, who would then lead them to a championship. So thal’s why Peelenmay have been the hap­ piest person in the Mount Tabor gym when Davie defeaied Reynolds Friday 61-45.for the Central Piedmont Conference tournament championship. The second-seeded War Eagles wrapped up their first title since Browder was in school. She has now experienced the thrill as bolh player and coach. “ I think’s its better as a coach,” she said. “ Of , course, I really have some good players who know what to do. I don't have to tell them that much. 1 just encourage them.” Reynolds Leads Early Davic didn’t get off to a blazing start against Reynolds, who was vying for its third straight .tournament title. Midway through the first quarter, the War Eagles trailed 9-2. The score was 11-7 when guards Shawn Smoot and Shannon Jordan took over. The Davie “ sprinters,” two scored Davie’s next 15 points and 20 of the team’s next 22, many on fastbreak layups. A 17-5 run in the second quarter had Davie up 31-20 at halftime. “ They make up the best pair of guards I've seen,’’ said Browder. “ It’s hard to think of two who play better together.” The two scored most of their first half points by taking off as soon as Reynolds shot the basketball. “ Wc got a couple of layups and we just told each olher to keep breaking,” said Jordan, who fini.shed with a game-high 22 points. “ We talk a lot out there and know what each other is do­ ing.” ' ' Bolh players had 11 by halftime and Smoot said they were told to keep it up. “ Wc were belter at running than them and Coach (John) Bullins lold us lo keep doing it in the second half,” said Smoot, who scored 18 points. Beth Mashburn's bucket in the lane handed the War Eagles a 34-22 lead early in the third but when Samantha Simpson went out with her third foul, Reynolds began rebounding much better. The Demons began crawling back into the game, getting as closc as 43-38 early in the fourth period. Browder turned to her guards again from that point. Smoot hit a clutch three-pointer and Jor­ dan added four stmight points for some breathing room, 50-38. Reynolds' top player, Betsy Nocll fouled out soon after and Davie cruised to its 14th victory in 21 games. Mashburn also hit double figures wilh 10 points while Simpson scored eight and grabbed 13 re- . bounds, de.spite being plagued wilh foul trouble. “ Even when our offense was sputtering, I wasn't really worried,” said Browder, becaiise we play such good defense. There aren’t many , Please See Girls — p. 3ij 5V 2B-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISK RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9, 1989 SCOREBOARD Basketball Central Piedmont Tournament Quarterfinals Mount Tibof P»vto County 4 19 ao 17 S 18 — 49 9 tS — ei Mount TabOf — Crtnhley 2. Hemrtc 28. Вшпо ¿ neicber 5. Cefvef 4. HatiU.2. Epperson 2. Wi namt 2. * 'Davie County — Smoot 10. Joman 9. Sfmpsc 10. Masnbum 32. Ctonu. StMnillnals Kannapollt Brown 16 16 13 17 — 61 Davta County___________30 15 12 IB — 65 Brown — Compton 6. Johnson 20, Raper 10. McCombs 10. Smith 8. Boswell 4. Uttle 3. Oavie County — Smoot 24, Jordan 14, Simpson 11. Matntium 9. Howett 5. Beck 2. Finals Oavta County J5 5 14 12 — 46 14 17 I I 19 — 61 Reynoids — Noe<l I I , Dlshef B, Coan 5. Moms 2. Hams 17. Carter I. intram 2.Davie County — Smoot 18. Jordan 23. Evar^s 3, Simpson 8, Mashbom 10. Records — Reynofds (3-9; Oavi« County 14*7. First Round Davie County South Rowan 722 19 18 20 — 64 15 20 26 — B3 Oavie County — Na(( 8. Mayfletd 6, Guttedge 12. Greene 18. Key 5. Parker 7. Vaofthters 2. Junker 4.Soutft Rowan — Yoder ] 1, Martowe 1. McCaN lom 8. Kaloy 4. Valley 2. Beaver 5. Wilkerson 6. Brown 4. Moore 3. Uttlejohn 3. Lenti 34. Wrestling 4-A State Tournament ПмГТм« Sc*m 1. Cary (CRY) eSM : 2. Otvta County (DC) be; Nm Bam (NB) 75: 4. Eaat IMMUenburg (EM 6QV^: 5. Durham Jortlan (JOR) 65: 6. Fayettevi Caoa Faar (FCF) 55: 7. Kwviapoils Srtmn (K 4evb; a. Etat Gatton (EG) 43: 9. South Stotii (SSi 40: 10. Uurtneurg ScocrarM (SCT} 39; I E*st Burtia (EB) Э7М: 12. FayettavWa 71st (7 36; i3 . North Davidson (NOV) 35j 14. Durhai (OUR)33^6} l5.FaytttavtttaSmHft(EES) 30Va И ft J . Raynotdi (RIR) 30; 17. (09) East For«>th (EF) Hops MHla Southvtaw (SV) 29: 19. (Ua) HiHsbor- Orarne (HO). Wast I4acuanbu;t (WMK) 37 21. Charlotta Olympic (OLY) 26; 22. Rocky Moun- (ЙМТ) 2 3 » i 23. (tla) South Rowan (SR). Wades boro Апмп (WAN) 2 2:25. WHaoft Hunt (HUN) 21 26. Lumtwton (UWI) 19:27. Oraansboro Smru OS) 18: 28. Graantfxm Gr(ffl«iay (QG) 17: 2S ParWind (PK) 17:30. Southam Wayna (SW) 16M 31. йпйоге Panen (AOX) 18; 32. Graanabor Dudtoy (GO) 15:33. Durham HiMda (HIL) U ;3 4 (tta) Оамоманиаа (HUS)« S£ ouMwd (SEG) 8; 36 ba) North Fonyih (NF), Southant nnaa Pmacrat RN) 7; 38. (tta) Northam Ourham (NOU). Wata«. .............8 :4 0. (tia) CiwM Triton (ET>, Graanabor Holia (HOK (flK) 4. 18(Ш АТ)в:4С.......................... P M I (O h St 42. (Va) C»i (MO). Laa County (U E ). I'ra'isarsi'I) AWiavWa Kaynolda (АСЯ), { (ABK). QraanvMa Roaa (QVR). Northat h (NN). Raiat#) M M ion(8AN )3:83.(tta)l (CCN). jacfcion««a ;j MKrook (М .), Raw«« Sar * )E)itabathCityNofthaas ;JAX). Moun Tabor (MT - _____________J8)2:57.FayattavH aBy(FB) 1 :68. (tia) Edan Morahaad (MOR), Fayatti ^ Waaiovar (WOV). Gamer ((UR). Hlckoiy (HIC *'— non Fraadom (MF), N«th »«acKlanbu Oxford W9tb Enloa (ENl . County (MC). wimmiton (HOO), WVmlr«lon Naw Hanovar (W N H )^6>. tod (D u rtw n S S a n ^ lT ? l i t — Donnai Rawla (Fay. Smith) dae. Anthony iratam (lU . NaynMda) 14>10. IM — Beoti éaauchawp (Oavla) dae. Aaron Латап (U a l Foiayth) 7>8._ (Eaat Fortyth) . 180 — M (Qt« (Cary) dic. (van Maaly (South Rowan) 0>2. |8 0 — ОаИб (Муаг) (KanrtapeMa Brtwn) dac. Ra*iay Ootton (8о о (М Co.) B-B. 140 — Aobart Smith (FayattaHBa 7tat) dM. Beoti P a ü (DM a) 5-4.140 — Bhiwn т и р а (Eaat Burtia} dae. 8Wy MePiB (ChaiMla ODrmpie) 7'2.I t a — fart Button (Durham) p. Haalh WMon (Cap* Faar) в>12. 180 — Btan tanka (Eaat MacUartturg) dac. (Eaat MacMantwrg) dac. O a f Randal (HHt. О г м ) Г-В.It o — Robert Potiar(Na«1i»n) p. Stava Bar- (WadaaboroAnaon)dac. bar (Waal MacManburtf 3:43. ' — CaaMue Smith Todd8M h (0M ta )B 'l. 108 CaMn Young (NOV) p. Tim Sctvalbar » ) t ;a i Robart Smith (8CT) dae. Katth .Harrta ' m —* Oeuf tanka (NO) p. Wch Thomaa (EB) 8.>B0}BrtaAWNnad (JOB) p. Bhad ЕШа (EQ) 8:31. l i t — Donnai M a (EE№ dae. Jack Huffay (CRY) 8-3: Anthony Abraham (fUft) p. Curtía law d ^ lU — Aaran Cdamart (EF) dae. Aaron Baaula____ ________________fi(E F)d___________________(CRY) 8-2: Seotl BHuctiamp (DC) dae. Matthaw Hteka (RMT) 8-4.;B 0 — Ivan Naaly (SR) dac. Frad Nona (SS) 10- 8; Pal Wtm (CRY) dae. E/Ui Piaaaar (SV) 4>i. 188 — RodiW Cottan (SCT) dae. Andra Smith (RJR) B*S; Oavid Gaiyan (KB) dae. Bath Richarda (JOR) 2-2. 8-8 OT.140 — Robart Smith (71) dae. PNNp Hamilton jSW | 8-2t Scott P*8i (bC) p. Ervin Ftoyd (FCF) 148 — BMy McFaM (OLY) d K . Dawayna Smith — É á Sunoti (OUR) dac. Tl 17«) 0; Haath WNson (FCF) d 10.9.ICO — Robbia Boyar (CRY) p. Tim SmKh (KB) 3:33: Stan Banka (EMK) p. Rodnay Bryant (SV) 8:39.171 — M fja i Mawborn (EMK) p. Kanny McFay- dan (FCO) 0:^4] Oral Randan (HO) p. Ruban WaHa (KB) 3:08. 188 — Robart Pottar (NB) p. G th Pousha« (GO) 2:4»{ Stava Barbar (WMK) p. Jama» Raavas (HIL) mirT — Todd Smith (OCi) dac. Emaal Chamber« (HU8) 7.8: Caaoiua Smith (WAN) dac. OavId McCÚna(WA“................................ dawn). Tim MUlar (HO) dac, Rickay Jay (ROX) a (WAT) 7«7,11 • 11 OT. Cdtada (flrst taka> O iM B IIW M B Ü t8ft8fW«8l8 ~ R. Thomaa lEB) dac, B. Foster (DC) 3 *i: I (Nt) dac, M. Gainaa (CRY) 7.0¡ S. ElUs dae. U . Qraan (NOV) 8-2: B. Whtttad (JOR) P. HalrMon (88113-8. I — O .R a « ti(a8)iM 4: R. smith ( n ) dec. C. DeShaio (EF) 9-0; S. Page (DC) dec. G. Chapman (NB) 11-5; E. Floyd (FCF) dec. D. Maiham (GO) 13-3. 145 — 0. Smith (RMT) dec. M. Miller (TUS) 13* 3; B. McFall (OLY) dec. J. Mickle (NF) 10.4: F. Nelson (SW) dec. R. Kepler (ECN) 7-6: S. PhWps (EB) dec. J. Hodges (DUR) 10-3. 152 — T. Miller (HO) dec. A. Humphrey (LAN) 4- 1; E. Sutton (DUR) won by tech. fall over T. Miller (PIN) 19-4: R. Jay (ROX) dec. C. Bailey (EF) 6-5: H. Wilson (FCF) dec. T. Goins (JOR) 8-5. 160 — R. Boyer (CRY) dec. G. Atlmore (MT) 7- 3: T. Smith (KD) dec. R. Msck (LUM) 19-10: S. Banks (EMK) dec. W. Honingsworth (HOK) IS-4; R. Bryant (SV) dec. E. Blankenship (DC) 10-3. 171 — K. McFayden (FCF) dec. M. Martin (DC) 2.1: M. Mewbom (EMK) dec. B. Searls (GG) 12-B: G. Rende« (HOI won b/ <Ht<tuaMcaUon over P. McMurray (EG); R. Wells (KB) dec. C. Amos (SS) 9- 7. 189 — 0. Fousr>ee (GO) dec. J. Kelly (LEE) 8-7; R. Potter (NB) p. J. Warren (4BK) 3.02; S. Barber (WMK) dec. R. Hall (SEG) 5-4; J. Reaves (KIL) dec. K. Cftsffln (DC) 7.B. HWT — T. Smith (DC) dec. D. Tunentlne (ROX) 6-5: E. Chambers (MUS) p. H. Gibson (SCT) 1;54; D. McCune (WAT) :]ec. J. House (GVR) &-3; C. Smith (WAN) dec. W. McLean (CRY) 4-4. 8-6 OT. CcnMliUon FinaU 103 — Tim Ross (GB Smith) dec. Jared Etieil (Jordan) 8-4. 112 — Shad Ellis (East Gaston) p. Rick Thomas (£ast Burke) 4:50. 119 — Eric He*ms (East Gaston) dec. John Cdllns (East MecKUnburg) 6'3.125 — Aaron D(.aute (Cary) dec. Jerry Jacobs (South View) 6-5.130 — Fred Notte (South Siokei) dec. Ramee Trelsh (Rocky MounI,' 6-2. 138 — Seth Richarda (Jordan) p. Andre Smith (R J. Reynolda) 2:57.140 — Gene Chapman (Naw Bern) dec. Enin Floytf (Capa Fear) 6-.1.14ft — Sheldon Ct<!na (Capa Fear) dec. Frank Nelson (Southern Wayne) 18*5. 152 — Tryone Goins (Jordan) dec. Rickey Jay (Roxi>oro Person) 5-5, 0-0 (OT), critarta. 160 — Erik Blankenship (Davie) dee. Richard MacH (Lumberton) 9-4.171 — Ruben Wells (Kannapolis Brown) p. Ter­ris Hale (Wllaon Hunt) 2:08.189 — James Reaves (Hillside) dac. Greg Fou> shee (Dudley) 12-5. HWT — Oaryll Joyce (South Stokes) dec. James Damauakis (Parkland) 12-8. 103 — Schreibar (GG) vt. Eneil (JOR): K. Harria (CRY) vs. Smith (GS). 1 la — Thomas (EB) vs. Green (NDV): Ellis (EG) vs. M. Harris (CRY).119 — Hulfey (CRY) vs. Helms (EG)¡ Isîard (71) vs. Cdllns (EMK).125 — &aeuie (CRY) vs. Thompson (KB); Hicks (RMT) vs. Jacobs (SV). 1Э0 — Nolte (SS) vs. Porter (OLY); Plesser (SV) vs. Trelsh (RMT).138 - Smith (RJR) vs. Mauney (CRY); Rlcrrardi (JOR) VS. Fisher (EMK). 140 — HamWon (SW) vs. Chapmen (NB)¡ Floyd (FCF) vs. Davit (SCO). 148 — Smith (RMT) vs. China (FCF); Nelson (SW) vt. Mkkie (NF).te a — MMer (HO) vt. Golna (JOR): Jay (ROX) vt. Miner (RN). 180 — Smith (KB) vt. Blankenship (DC): Bryant (SV) VS. Mack (lUM). 171 — McFayden (FCF) vt. Hale (HUN); WaHi (KB) vt. Hayes (PK). IBB — Foushaa (00) vt. Chaffln (DC); Reaves (HIL) vt. WUUamt (EES).HWT — Chambara (HUS) va. Joyce (SS): McCuna (WA) vt. OanfMtrakla (PK). C B tB B to H B tO tB rttflltth 108— E n e l (JOB) dae. Infram (ET) 12*3: Rott (OS) won by tactt. fal ovar ОапМа (NB) 18-2. u a — Qraan (NDV) dac. Locut (FM) le-B: M. Ham* (CRY) dac. McAttstar (71) 3-2. 118 — Hafma (EG) p. Edmundaort (HUN) 4:43; Cdlna (EMK) dae. Boppe (SR) B-B. 128 — Thompaon (KB) dae. Bryant (WMK) B-O; Jacobe (SV) p. Chane« (FCO) 1:57. 180 — Portar (OLY) dae. tastala (EMK) 3 -ii Traiah (RMT) dae. Powai (LUM) 4-3. 138 — Mtunay (CRY) dac. Carthon (8V) 4-2; Ffthar (EMK) dac. Bataa (JAXj B-4. 140 — Chapman (NB) won by tach. faN ovar НИ (NN) 18-2; Davia (SEG) dae. DeShaio (EF) 10-9. 148 — China (FCF) p. Ctandanln (00) 4:29; Miekla (Nn dac. Fraamm (OP) 12-8. 182 — Ooina (JOB) dac. Roddey (00) 4*0: Millar (ИН) p. Humphrey (LAN) 2:85. 180 — Blanhanthip (DC) dec. Tasch (EF) 0-3: Mack (LUM) p. I«k} (SAN) 2:29. 171 — Haia (HUN) dec. Amoa (SS) B-Ti Hayat (PK) dac. Martin (DC) 11-8.108 — Chaffin (OC) dac. Hall (SEG) 2-0: WU- lam a (EES) p. Brooka (EO) 4:28.. HWT — Joyca (SS) dac. McLaan (CRY) 4-2; Damatrakit (PK) p. Gibson (SCT) 2Л7. 108 — EddM Ingram (ET) dac. Jay Huffman (WMK) B-3: Jarad EzzaI (JOR) won by forfait; TIm Roa« (OS) dee. Paul Comba (EG) 7-2; Oarraa Dan- Ma (Nt) «on by taeh. fai Etm wadday (ACR) 18- *112 — Ron Loeua (Fm) won by forfeit: Mlfca Graan (NOV) dac. Chda EMott (SR) 4-U Mark GainM(CRY) dae. CaMn tutock (NOU) U O:Qreg McAUatar (T l) dae. trad Fottar (OC) 10-8. 118 — Tommy Edmundaen (HUN) p. Brian Ba- daau (08) 0:38: Erte ¡M m t (EO) p. Paul_Sawali (SS) 1:B7: John Collnt (EMK) dee. Gary Woodt (HO) 8-3: Erte Boppa (SR) dac. Chip Huntlay (WMK) 128 — Empty Thompaon (KB) dac. Frank Arm- atrong (NF) 14-7: tryan Bryint (WMK) dac. Stava traakfWd (INO) 10-4 OTt Jarry Jacobe (SV) p. Curtit MaMrt (7 i) B:47{ Tony Chanca (FCO) dac. David SMnchak (EMK) 3-2. I ' •180 — Jaaon tastala (EMK) p. jdhn Pochinski (FB) 4:B7i Patrtck Portar (OlY) p. Hong Ung (NDU) 1:32; Mlchaal Powal (LUM) dac. Tracy Bain (71) OT. critanarRamaa Traith (RMT) dae. Kelth Sum- ral (DUR) 8-8.198 — Shawn Maunay (CRY) p. Bahair WHton (7 1 ) 4:52: Stacy Cprthon (SV) won by forfait: Mika Batee (JAX) dac^ Travati Lueaa (HUN) 8*4; Scott FIthar (EMK) dac. Garratt Tytingtr (NDV) 3 0. 140 — Warran HU (NN) dac. Davkj Maiham (GG) 7-0; Gane Chapman (NB) dee. TIm McCor- mlck (KB) 5-4: Coray DaShaio (EF) dac. Kurt tamt> (JOR) 7-4; Brian Davi« (SEG) dee. Joa Palmer (RMT) 2-1.148 — Carter Clandanin (GG) dee. Jamet Hodg- a t (DUR) 11-10: Sheldon China (FCF) dac. Ruttali Kapier (ECN) t3-fi; Joe Mlckla (Nf) dac. Bill Botai (SS) 4-3: Chris Fraeman (GP) dee. MiUard lAWar (TUS) I9'7.181— Tyrone Qolns (JOR) dee. Michael Mediay (GS) 6-4: Versali Rodday (00) dee. Chrii Ballay (EF) 4-3; Tracy Miller (PIN) dee. J.R. tali (EB) 11 -6; Arylra Humphray (LAN) dee. Cheiiia McCormIck (EO) 10-5.180 — Erik Blankenthip (DC) dee. Chuck Wal. tace (U^N) 7-8: Jlm Tetch (EF) won bydit<iua!?nea- tion over Wetlay Holiinpworth (HOK): Richard 109 T. Schralbar (GG) p. D. Darialt (NB) 15- )B. 3:30 OTt C. Young (NOV) dac. P. Comba (EG) 14-3: R. Smith (SCT) dae. J. E » a l (JOR) 15- П : K. Harria (CRY) dae. E. Ingram (ET) 0-3.112 D.Bar« . (EO) dae. Bae. P. Hi l i t — 0 . Rawii (Ú81 won by tach. ral ovar С. М |«|у(«М )17.|:1.н^(EMK) t-4 : с . Itiard (7 и dae. E. Helm« (EG) 5-3; A. Abraham (RfV) p. T. EdmtMleun (NtJN) 3:3o! — A. Mack (LUM) p. Jamaa Oardr>af (DUR) 2:48; Jaff l«k> (SAN) dee. Qaorga Atimori (MT) 8-4.17 1 — Chad Amot (SS) dac. Jimmy DoBruhI 10*1: Titrit Hala (HUN) won by forfait; Jon .. i (PK) dac. Brian SaaHt (GG) 5-3; Marty Martin (DC) dae. Charlat Smith (71) 2-0. 188 — Kandall Chaffln (DC) dac. Slava I dt{ (71) 7-2; Rick Ha(t (SEQ) dee. Chad Janning« (EES) dae. John Wanan 188 — Kandall Chaffln (DC) dac. Sleva Barmu- -*(7n7-2;RlckHatt(S£Q ) (SS) 3.2: Mikt Winiim« (E E i. ......................................(ABK) i3-7; Jerry Broofca (£0) dac. Jamla Kaly (LEE) 169. HWT — WllUam McLaan (CRY) p. Couby SUIwail (EB) 0:39; Daryll Joyca (SS) dac. Jaff Houta (QVR) 8-0: Kalth Glbton (SCT) p. Bl4y Strickland (ET) 1:40; Jama« Dam tuakii (PK) won by dafaut ovar David Tunamkta (ROX). n w t^ to tià C8i 8B iattB t8 . « s s — S.M «jnay(CflY)dac.J.Caudle(DC) 10- 0; S . Carthon (SV) dae. Q. Atbury (ABK) 10-3: M. Batac (JAX) dac. T. Good (MF) 8-7; G. Tytinger (NOV) dac. Morris {£N tl 8-4. .> № rJ» O g ^ (S C T )B a a . t . FiaiMr (EMM) b- R(IW)i(7iiB^a:' BM-t.Dei«a(SC0)8- V rU ftaeamaluvif)a- H u r l e y R e s i g n s C o a c h i n g P o s t Steve Hurley has resigned his basketball coaching post at Davie County High School after only one sea.son. H u r le y , w ho cam e I'rom W est F o r s y l h , replaced Den­ ny K ey, who, ir o n ic a ll y , becam e the W esl For.sylh , , , coach. Davic suffered scholastic pro­ blems, injuries and defections throughout Ihc year, finishing on­ ly 2 -17 . "Y o u have to ask, ‘What does this program need to be a w inner,’ and I don't have the answ er,” he .said. ‘‘For tlie sake o f the program. I hope somebody else docs.” Hurley said he was staying at Davie as a teacher through Ihe end o f the year and he would rethink his future. ‘ ‘A s far as teaching, I’ll be here in lhat capacity. But this season was the worst o f my career. I really don’t know if r u ever coach again.” Hurley said the team was doom­ ed almost from the start. Several players from last year decided again st com in g out and at Christm as, leading scorer and re- bounder Clifford Dulin left Ihe team due to academ ic w oes. Hurley Tmished the season with tw o sophom ores (G erm ain M ayfield and A lex Nail), a little- used junior (Clint Junker) and a first-year senior (Jimmy Greene) in E ven though it looks like an im possible an gle, Sh aw n Sm oot m ade this shot. ,,, . . „ u j .— Photo by M ike B arn h ardt A n o t h e r D a v i e Y e a r E n d e d B y O l y m p i c B y Ronnie G allagher Davie County Enlerprise-Record G R E EN SB O R O — By the time the Davie County girls kick-staned their offense M onday afternoon in the first round o f the 4-A sectional tournament at Greensboro Smith, the battery was already dead. Davie fell behind 23-6 after one quarter and a valiant comeback fell just short in a 60-57 loss to Charlotte O lym pic. D avie’s girls ended their first season under Angie Browder with a 14-8 record and a second place finish in the Central Piedmont Confcrence. But even a conference lourna- ment championship three days earlier couldn’t mask the disap­ pointment o f M onday’s defeat. ‘ ‘You can’t get o ff to a start like w e did at this level,” Browder said. ‘ ‘All the teams have a chance once you get this far.“ 1 wouldn’t feel so bad if we had played well and lost to a good team. But we didn’t play well at all and we were bcller than O lym pic,” Charlotte O lym pic has D avie’s number in the state playoffs. Last spring, it ended the seasons o f D avie’s softball and baseball team, and now the girls basketball squad. B u ller T he D lfterence Davie had trouble from the start trying to figure out the m oves o f lefthanded forward Felicia Butler, who scored 12 points in the first period. Davie managed only two baskets and two free throws.‘‘1 think we came out and wat­ ched them warm up, saw they on­ ly had eight players and got a lit- the starting lineup. The only starter from last season was Denny K ey. "T h e boys who stayed showed a lot of character,” Hurley said, “ and they should be commended. The potential level here w asn’t great and w e made so m any changes, it was hard to keep the chemistry. Many people only look­ ed at the won-loss record and don’t know what tho players and coaches went through.” H urley has been successful everyw here he’s been until this season. "W hen you win, you’re a hero and when you lose, like w e did this year, you’re a terrible coach,” Hurley said. ‘‘I actually think this was one o f my beller coaching jobs. You have to look at what was there to work w ith.” H urley said his doctor has told ' him to take it easy. He is having throat problem s and it didn’t help J yelling instructions everyday at his ballplayers. A s bad as the varsity situation, seemed, it was even m ore of. a . travesty on the jayvee end. Eight - ) players either flunked off, quit or i J w ere thrown o ff. ; "M y resigning is not a reflection o f my coaching abilities and philosophies,” hesaid. “ But when you h.we as many people quitting, failing and getting in trouble as we did, you have to take a hard look at the program .” Principal Robert Landry said the school wouldn’t begin looking for another basketball coach until the late .spring. T o u r n e y M V P W o u l d B e A T o u g h C h o i c e tie overconfident,” Browder said. “ W e made a lot o f turnovers and missed some layups, something we haven’t done.” The W ar Eagles began the long clim b back into contention in the second quarter, outscoring O lym ­ pic 19 -12 for a 35-25 halftime deficit. Beth Mashbum had eight o f her 23 points during that time. Davie still trailed by eight, 50-42 going into the fourth and then made the biggest surge o f the night. A 9-2 run, keyed by two Shawn Smoot steals had Davie within 52-51 o f the tiring O lym pic team. But Browder’s team could never get the lead. Its last gasp was Shan­ non Jordan’s three-point attempt with 20 seconds left wilh Davie down 58-55. It was just short and O lym pic’s free throw shooting gave it the victory. “ Shannon’s shot was right on lin e,” Browder .said. “ 1 thought she was going to make it.” The loss spoiled a couple of career highs. Samantha Simpson cradled 18 o f D avie’s 39 rebounds while Smoot dished out 14 assists. “ 1 feel for Shawn, Beth, Shan­ non and all o f Ihe seniors,” Browder said. “ I love these girls and they’ve worked very hard. “ It’s tough for everyone,” she said. “ W e had such great support from the parents and fans and I just wish we could’ve won another one for them .” Notes; • Jordan shipped in with 15 and Smoot added 10. Jordan had six ' assists. ' • Davie committed 2 1 turnovers, the most since early in the season. It's probably a good thing thal they didn't pick a Most Valuable Player in Ihc Central Piedmoni Conference girls tournament la.st week. Coachcs would have had a tough time choosing between Davie County's Shawn Sm ool, Beth Mashburn, Shannon Jordan and Sam intha Sim pson. Mashburn had 51 points in three gam es, Smool 49, Jordan 42 and Simpson 30. Simpson also averag­ ed 10.3 rebounds per game. Stinking It Up One o f the better guards in the C P C Ihis year was Reynolds’ Bei­ .sy Noell. That is, she was one o f the bet­ ter ones, as long as she w asn’t playing Davie County. In three games against the W ar Eagles — all losses — Noell hit on­ ly 12-of-79 shots from the field. In Ihc finals, she was a paltry 4-of-22. A nim al H ouse F ever West Forsyth’s famed Anim al House is .spreading acro.ss Forsyth County. The C P C tournament was drag­ ging along wilh sparse crowds until Ihe Tilan brought their throng to Mount Tabor for the sem ifinals. It seemed to inspire the other teams. In the boys championship game, bolh Reynolds and Mount Tabor brought a large contingent o f peo­ ple who stood the entire gam e, bring the intensity level to a fever pitch. "Y o u have lo hand it to W est Forsyth,’ ’ .said Reynolds boys Howard W est. “ 1 think their kids are great. I wish the Reynolds kids w ere that enthusiastic.” "It w as great,” said Mount Tabor coach Dick Jam back. “ I loved it.” V alvan o Clone Rem em ber how Jim Valvano raced aim lessly around the court looking for someone to hug after his N .C . Stale team won Ihe na­ tional championship in 1983? Jam back took a page out of Basketball Notes Beth Mashburn V alvano’s book after his fourth- seeded boys team had won the I tournament cham pionship last | w eek. The animated Jam back stomped, I ranted and raved up and down the I sidelines during Ihc conie.si but w as! helpless afterwards as the crowd I poured onlo the courl. So he.just I hugged everyone who came within I arm ’s distance. Valvano would have been pro-| ud o f “ The Jam m er.” T han k ’Von, D avie A large following o f N orth! Davidson fans followed Davie’s ti-1 tie game with Reynolds closely. I The Black Knights finished fourth in the regular season so the only way they could advance to the state tournament was if a lower-seeded j team didn’t win the tournament. Had Reynolds defeated Davie, I the Demons would have gone and R ick Phelps’ squad would have stayed home for the first time in his | coaching career there. On the other hand, you have to I feel for Reynolds, who was com ­ ing on during the last h alf o f the season. The Demons beat North Davidson decisively 63-46 and upsel top-seeded South Rowan but are going nowhere. Reynolds had won the two previous tournaments. PLAYER OF THE WEEK Scott Beauchamp won the slate wrestling chamionship Samantha Simpson led D avie to the C P C tournam en t title Hwy. 601 N. • Yadkinville Rd. Mocksville, N.C. 27028 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9, 1989-3B f I - Y o lan d a H ow ell puts pressu re on a K an n ap o lis p layer w hile ■ Shannon Jo rd a n tries to avoid being stepped on. ;' . — Photo by C h ris M ackie i S i m p s o n R e a d y T o J o i n A m i g o s B y Ronnie G allagher -• Davie County Enterprise-Record . The “ Three Am igos” — Shawn Sm oot, Belli Mashburn and Shan­ non Jordan — may have lo find \ another sombrero. Samiinlha Simp­ son is ready lo join the gang. Simpson came into her own dur­ ing last w eek’s Central PicdniDnt .Conference toumamenl, averaging 10 points and 10 rebounds in three .Davie Counly victories. And when coach Angie Browder needed her the most — in a 65-61 semifinal win over Kannapolis, the 5-9 ’ ■■'senior cam e through. ■ ■ ■ “ Kannapolis had som e big, ■ physical girls and w e needed the 'rebounding,” said Browder. “ Sam ' was Ihe difference in the gam e.” ■ ■' The Wonders’ girth didn’t bother Sim pson, who battled and pushed ’ right back. Her 11 points and eight ' rebounds cam e at crucial times. - “ I had it in my heart lhat 1 was - ' ■ going to play w ell,” Simpson said ■— afterw ards. “ They had som e Am azon women so I wanted to do ■ ' well inside.” ' ■ '■' It w as good tim ing. Beth ■' - M ashburn, who had scored 32 in ' ''an opening round victory over Mount Tabor, Was only 2-of-14 from the field. D avie’s guards, Shawn Smoot ■ and Shannon Jordan, combined for ., . 38 points, with Smoot tying her career high with 24. It was the •^ fourth time she hit that number. » Kannapolis shot extremely w ell ; in the game, surprising Browder. ; “ 1 scouted them last week and ; they couldn’t throw it in the " ocean,” she said. ; But if anything did the Wonders ;; ih, according to Browder, it was defense. Kannapolis didn't appear ;; to be in the best o f shape and ; ■ D avie’s scrambling pressure forc- • ed numerous turnovers, offsetting ; the shooting performance. % • Davie kept ils slim margin G i r l s A im ie B ro w d e r sh ares a laugh «'ith Sh an n on .Iordan w hile the other team m cn ih crs look on. — Photo by M ike B arn h ardt TWO GREAT DEALERSHIPS throughout the first h alf and through most o f the third period, leading 47-44 going into the fourth quarter. But Kaimnpolis then cam e right back wilh four straight and grabb­ ed its first lead al 48-47. Sm ool canned a th ree-poin ter and Mashburn ailclcd two free throws ;is Davie rclook (lie lead. The W onders stayed close and Simpson’s two baskets over Ashlyn M cCom bs kept D avie in front.“ 1 wanted to play well against her because w c don’t really like each other,” Sim pson said. “ She was pushing and I pushed back.” Sim pson's last basket was a tur­ naround jum per from the baseline. “ They weren't guarding me. Sometim es, the other teams think about Beth so much, they leave me wide open.” The 60-57 margin didn’t last long as the W onders led again al 61-60. Buffy Beck then hit her two most important points, swishing two free throws with 1:24 remain­ ing, giving Davie a lead it wouldn’t lose. Jordan hit the last three free throws and finished with 14. “ Buffy does a lot o f things that go unnoticed,” said Browder, “ but she proved .she was a clutch player, like all o f our starters. “ That’s the mosl exciting gam e w e’ve had all year,” Browder said. “ It’s a little comforting to know that Belh can have an off-game and w e can still w in .” Notes: • Davie hit 18 free throws to eight for Kannapolis. • Smoot was lO-of-19 from the field and 4-of-7 from three-point land. She also had seven assists. • 6-2 junior Yolanda Howell gave Davie a lift in the second quarter, scoring five points and grabbing four rebounds. • Mashburn scored nine points and B eck tw o. WORKING FOR YOU FOR OVER 25 YEARS DEALERSHIPS THAT... ★ PUT YOU FIRST ★ GUARANTEE SATISFACTION ★ GIVE PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ★ HAVE PROFESSIONAL SALES STAFFS Great Selection of Cars & Trucks TWO NAMES YOU CAN TRUST FOR ALL YOUR TRANSPORTATION NEEDS. B E L L & H O W A R D C H E V R O L E T “ D I X I E ” J E E P / E A G L E Z continued from P. IB teams thal could press the entire game like we do. ;;; “ These girls really deserved this. And this tournament showed how well-rounded we can be. We,, had Ihree different leading scorers (Mashburn, Smoot and Jordan) and Sam played just great. I’m very happy. Coach Peeler really hook­ ed me up with a good team when I started this year.” Hey coach, he had il all planwsl. N otts: • D ayie was only 5-of-23 from ;^lhe fielil in the first quaiter but Vi!'.i H ,, Reynolds was an even worse l-fo r-ll from the field in the .second, • Simpson had six rebounds in the first quarter. • Smoot and Jordan combined for 12 assists. • Debbie Evans also scored, com ing up with three points, all during Reynolds’ second h alf run. “ D ebbie's points camc at crucial tim es,'' said Browder. • In a fitting ending for Smoot and Jordan, D avie began stalling at the three-minute mark and scored nine points. The two guards scored seven o f them. 4В—DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORI), THURSDAY, March 9, 1989 W r e s t l i n g S t i l l T r y i n g T o O v e r c o m e B a s k e t b a l l Soine thoughts while mnchhtg the 4-A stale wrestling tournament... . Jerry Cartner wondered into the hospitality ■ room Salurday afiernoon at East Forsyth, talking 'about Sunday’s North Carolina and Duke basket­ ball game. He then asked about Ihe W ake Foresl- N .C . State game. “ W e don’t care,” said one coaeh. • "Basketball? You mean that other .sport?” ask­ ed another. At East For.syth Saturday, basketball was being blotched out. Cartner would have done well nol to have even inentioned it. 1 his is wrestling, buddy. The real sport. Wrestling coaches will never acccpt basketball, a sport that runs during the .same monihs as their sport. Basketball gets most o f Ihe headlines. It’s glitter and glamour. W restling is more o f that “ down and dirty” stuff. Basketball players arc Republicans. W restlers are Democrats. White collar vs. blue collar. Me basketball players, wrestling coachcs say, are nothing but primma donnas, who have little discipline and a bad work ethic. Wresllcr-s thrive on di.scipline and hard work. Basically, basketball players — and most fans — think it is the top sport and cxpcct people to support them more than wrestling. But they are not willing to support their classmates. Wrestling coaches may have a valid point. At almost every basketball game this year, the wrestlers were in the Davie Counly stands, leading the cheers. Salurday, the wrestlers were enjoying their finest day o f the season. • There w asn’t a basketball player in sight. The cheerleaders were there. Som e o f the Dan­ cing Boots too. The student body filtered in throughout Ihe day. But no basketball player. When you get right down to it, it’s a shame that basketball players won’t support wrestlers at Ronnie Gallagher Davic — especially sincc Davie has been the number one team in Ihe slate all season long. Now, whal was that boys’ basketball record again? 2 -17 ? Hmmm. ‘ G od ’ FiiilecJ One o f the referees officiating Ihe slate 4-A wrestling tournament last week was Joe Jones. Winston-Salem Journal reporter Phil Hrichak described him Ihis way: “ In referee circles, he’s G o d ." W ell, God missed one. A fler Ihc consolation quarterfinals, Davie Counly Wiis leading Cary 75-74'/2. Bul Jones penalized Davie coach Buddy Lowery a leam point for kneeling in from o f his chair during Todd Sm ith’s 7-6 semifinal win over Ernest Cham bers. The rule states thal coaches have lo sit in their chair or stand behind it. “ 1 was just coaching,” said Low ery. “ I did nothing out o f the w ay. 1 just kneeled down. You have to coach or the boys w on’t w in .” A closer examination o f other coaches saw almost all leaving their chairs. But Low ery was the only one penalized. “ On the sheet, it said ‘unspoosm anlike con­ duct,’ ” said a shocked Low ery. “ I’d like to know what I did lhal was un,sport.smanlike.” Oiher coaches voiced Iheir displeasure loo. Alm ost all were in disbelief that a referee would lake a point away from a leam in that crucial o f a situation. “ Il w as.a M ickey M ouse c a ll,” .said North Davidson coach M ike Lam bros. “ These referees should let the boys decide who will win the tour­ nament. Som etim es, they go a little overboard when you' put a badge on them .” Lowery! had explicit orders from that point on to his assistants. “ I told; (North D avie’s Ron) K irk if he saw me getting up to pull me back dow n .” said Low ery. I C a n ’t W atch Jerry Winterton couldn’t even watch the final round when D avie’s wrestlers hit the mat. He knew what a W ar Eagle win would mean. “ When Page wrestled, I went out in the hallway; I couldn’t w atch,” the Cary coach said. “ I felt helpless.” Page 'lost in the 140 finals and Winterton camc back into the gym . When his 160-pounder Robbie Boyer was beaten, W interton’s face showed the anguish and pain. He knew if Todd Smith won at heavyweight, his team would be denied its third straight championship. So he headed back oul lo the hall. " I figured why nol? It worked during Page’s m atch.” When Smith had fallen, Winterton felt good for his team but knew how the D avie contingent felt as w ell. “ I never dreamed this would happen,” he said o f the title. "M y heart goes out lo the Davie kids. I know if it were the other w ay around, Buddy would feel the same w ay.” C heering Sections Winterton noticcd Ihat his fans were cheering loudly whenever a Davie County wrestler was getting beaten. So he went up among them to do something about il. “ I lold them 10 .stop,” he .said. " I wouldn’t want somebody cheering against m e.” Scott Page avoids getting a kick in the face during his semifinal victory.1 — Photo by Ronnie G allagh er ' . MÊàM--------------ЛШШ---------*w i M i m i s (Ooora Opwi Al 1:Э0 p.m.) AdvMo* tlekèto on ari* ft FAFBw bM iw AlltictetillM The Russian Assassins vs Young Stallions Uidlt8U.t. I TItit Natch I Susan Green vs Lisa Darnell World Brais Knucks THI* Match The Terminate vs Rick Link Тц TtM AdiM lI The New Breed vs CMof Jay Eagle kS«ipof Rocker - 'Dur Best" Alkyd (oU bau) krterior Piimar-.Gallon9.88 “Our Best” Latex P.VJL mtaitor Primer.Gallon______12.88 Gallon save Reg. 16.99 7 « 1 1 Dur Best” Latex Rat While Csing PaM is easy to apply. Gives non- glare finish. Soap & water clean up. m e 8 . 1 1 Dm Deluxa’’ Latax FM Wal PaM is ideal lor interior walls & ceilings. Soap & water clean up. ________ Gallon Reg. 13.99 Gallon s p y ? 1.15.99 O t l l Dur Oaluxe" Latax SanMlau totariar Enamal is ideal lor the kitchen or bath. Stain resistant. Soap & water clean up Nr.WrtetlingiH2 »a Brani AHan PLUSOTHERSIII ★ deep tints may be slightly higher. Mocksvllle Ballders Supply 704-в34-5в15 814 S. Main Street •1ft-9M-S70b Sale Ends Merch 10,1M9 Sorry, Jerry. D avie County’s fans put up the loudest yells whenever Cary lost a match. ' O vertim e H ero ЛStamina w as no problem for Anson County’s heavyweight Cassius Smith, who met Todd Smith; in the heavyweight finals. Ti Com ing into the finals, he had won all three of, his matches in overtime. T urn in g T he Page Last sum mer, Scott Page was lifting weights in the D avie County fieldhouse. He was asked if he ' were preparing fbr football. "N o , I ’m getting ready for wrestling. I’m go-<' ing to win the state championship. >' A fler his pin o f Ervin Floyd o f Cape Fear in • the sem ifinals, he appeared ready for the ■ ? challenge. ‘ “ I’m pumped up,” he said at the time. “ Coach .said to w orry about your individual self and the ■ ’ team will w in .” A fter he was beaten in the final nine seconds Of his championship match. Page w as obviously demoralized and his former South D avie coach ■ Matt W ilson could sympathize. “ N o wrestler worked harder this year than Scott,” W ilson said. “ He lived w restling. It’s terrible that it had to happen like this.” But Page’s future is bright. H e is being courted' by several colleges, including Pem broke State and Appalachian Slate. N ext Y ear? Tw o new teams may be fighting for the cham-,,' pionship in 1990. Davie loses six senior starters while C ary loses . a whopping 10. O ne M atch Winterton couldn’t believe that Cary and D avie met only once in the tournament. , • “ W e send eight and they have nine so it’s , ’• am azing we didn’t wrestle m ore,” he said. , | C a r y continued from P. HI C ary’s Shawn M auney, 10-0. K iger was pinned by Cape Fear’s Heath Wilson in the first round and lost 8-3 to Charlie M cCorm ick o f East Gaston. “ W e had a couple who could’ve scored som e m ore p o in ts,” Lowery said. “ At least, wc thought they would. I was expecting Foster to w in .” The early fatalities allowed Cary lo grab a 38-32 lead after Friday’s opening day and making it an ttphill fighi-for Davie throughout Saturday. “ You have to have good perfor­ mances all the w ay through to win something like this,” Low ery said o f Friday’s finish. “ It w asn’t that w e didn’t want to win. C ary had good w restlers.” Coiisolations Im portant Lowery admitted his team would have to go a long w ay in the con­ solation rounds to win and Eric Blankenship, M arty M artin and Kendall Chaffin did their best. Each scorcd points in the consola­ tion quarterfinals early Saturday and made up a 10-point deficit, giv­ ing D avie an apparent 75-74 lead. Bul a team point was taken away from Davie by a referee who penalized Low ery for getting out o f his chair. (The rule states a coach must stay in his chair or stand behind it.) So D avie was behind 7 4 'A -7 4 . A fte r the sem ifinals, D avie trailed by t\vo, setting up the pulsating final round. “ W e had a heck o f a year,’ ’ L ow ery said, “ and nobody cpn take that aw ay from u s.” Notes: • The Central Piedmont Coii- ference placed seven in the finals with North D avidson’s Calvin Young, Beauchamp, and Kan­ napolis’ David Gaytan winning. Young finished 3 1-0 . • C ary’s Pat K ing finished 42-0 and w as M ost O utstanding W restler. • D avie was second, Kannapolis seventh. North Davidson 13th aiid Reynolds 16th. Call In Sports: 634-2120 W IT H W E IG H T W A T C H E R S * N E W Q U I C K S U C C E S r P R O G R A M TAKE OFF $10.00 JOIN NOW FOR ONLY... Lose weight faster than ever! ■ Here's your chance to start getting In shape for Spring. ■With our new easy-to-follovi/ food plan you con keep tight on enjoying your iavorlte foods...never feel hungry...and still lose weight FAST. ■ Our weekly meetings are more exciting thon ever. ■You'll actually enjoy our simplified optional exercise plan.■ Make the move to Weight Watchers right now., .think of how much more fun the "NEW YOU" will have this Spring and Summer. ______ Registration Fee___$ 13.00 FifsTMeeting Fee... $ 7.00 Regular Price..........$20 00 YOU SAVE $10.00 NO CHECKS PLEASE! Otter Ends Ndorch 18,1989 Come to the Weight Watchers nrieeting nearest you. • BtfW AN nnF- iniNiHft IIEU B ER S * PLEA SE ARRIVE ONE HOUR CARLY FOR REGISTRATION AND M m in u t e s BEFO BE MEETING. M O C KSVILLE Rotary HutMain Street Tuesday 7:00 p.m. JOIN WEIGHT WATCHERS NOW! CALL TOLL FREE 1-800-228-5572 Fosier N i g h t m a r e F o r F o s t e r Favorite Bows Out Very Early For Brad Foster, lasl weekend was Vkc Nightmare on Elm Street. After open­ ing Ihe 4-A stale lourna- nient wilh a quick pin over W e s lo v e r ’ s M a r v in Flaoven, il ap­ peared Foster would make his usual irek to the finals of the 1 12-pound weight class. Bul it didn’t work out that way. In rapid succession, he lost to Rick Thomas o f East Burke, 3 -1, and Greg M cAllister o f Fayetteville 71st 10-6. Suddenly, he was gone from sight. Foster had lo painfully sit in the stands for the next day and a half, watching his teammates try lo catch Cary. And there was nothing he could do about it.“ 1 don’t like sitting up here wat­ ching people wrestle that I know I could beat,” said the junior, who had lost only once coming in. “ It just wasn’t my weekend.” Foster said he m ay have underestimated Thom as in the se­ cond round defeat. - “ 1 didn’t think he was that much trou ble,” said Foster. “ M y rriistake was waiting until the end , td win. I never had the lead but I Was thinking m aybe I could pull it out at the end, take the lead and he ■ wbuldn ’t have time to come back. ’ ’ The loss threw Foster into the con so lation round again st . M cA llister and with 20 seconds . left, the D avie wrestler was winn­ ing 6-5. But M cAllister then stunn­ ed Foster, turning him around for two points and gettini> three more ■ for a near-fall as the buzzer r sounded. ‘ “ I wasn’t in good position so 1 was going to let him go for an ; eiscapc, tie the score and send it to ’ overtime,” Foster explained. “ But as soon as I let go, he grabbed my f aVm and pulled me down. Y eah , I f ■ f t) . - D A V IE CO U N TY E N T E R P R ISE R E C O R D , T H U R SD A Y, M arch 9, 1989-5B W a r E a g l e s S c o r e d P o i n t s ; I n T h e C o n s o l a t i o n R o u n d s B lankenship liric Blankenship rm lshcd th ird by w inning four niatclius Satu r­ d ay in the consolation roun ds. Todd Smith fights free from an opponent. — Photos by K onnic GulliiKher this year, it was to watch his weiRht. When football season end- was surprised.” Foster said if he learned anything 'Great Scott!* Beauchamp Davie’s First State Champion ;• It was difTicult to determine who ; wa^ more emotional after his state championship at 125 pounds — ! ;Scott Beauchamp or his father, 1; Lester. :■ They embraced several times : after Beauchamp had disposed of East Forsyth’s Aaron Coleman, ; 7-6. W hile others were con- ' gratulating the D avie County : senior, his father reflected on what : it’s been like supporting his son. ; “ I ’ve given him a lot o f moral' •'support,” said his father. : With tears swelling in his eyes, : he added, “ 1 just wish his mother : could have been here.” ; Beauchamp’s mother was killed ; in an accident when he was very : young and his falher has alw ays : been there for him. ; “ Three years ago, I heard : somebody say Scott was a good ; w restler,” said his father. “ I : started thinking then he could get ; something like this. He loves the sport and il’s just greal to watch : your son accomplish someihing \ like this.” ; Beauchamp, which finished with ; only one loss all season, had his ; 'toughest matches against fam iliar ;; foes. After defeating Northern ; N ash's M arcus N eal, 18-4, he met ■: Kaiuiapolis’ Em psey Thompson •: and escaped with a 5-4 overtime victory. ;; , In Ihe sem ifinals, he edged Mat- : theW Hicks o f Rocky Mount 5-4, : who stalled throughout the m atch. “ H e w asn’t doing m uch,” ¡Beauchamp said. “ I just kept working hard trying lo score some points.” \ The win pitted him against homestanding Colem an, who lost to Beauchamp 5-2 in the Western Regionals two weeks earlier. ■ “ Sometimes, it’s hard to beat som ebody like that,” Beauchamp said. “ H e learns more about you and gets lo know your m oves.” ' Coleman led through the first two periods, runnmg up leads o f 4-0 and 6-3. Bul a reversal finally tied the score 6-6 at the end o f two periods. Coleman's second .stalling point with 1:21 left was the difference. “ I gave him four early points," Beauchamp .said. “ I just screwed up. He started running from me and he was stalling. " I l feels great lo win. I wanted il. I've been working hard.” Asked if he would celebrate, Beauchamp .said, “ Noi now. I wanl the leam to w in.” . The team celebration will have to wait bccausc D avie couldn’t overcom e C ary and finished sc(;ond. Bul when he does decide to celebrate his individual champion­ ship, he won’t have lo do it alone. W hoever il w as that .said “ wrestling is an attitude,” could use Eric Blankenship as Exhibit A. The Davie County senior cam e into the 4 -A state wrestling tour­ nament fresh o ff a regional championship and w as one o f the favo rites to reach the 160-pound class litle match. But he lost his sccond match to Southvicw 's Rodney Bryant on Friday, throwing him inlo the con­ solation rounds. Just to finish third, Blankenship would have to win four consecutive m atches on Saturday. He did il. And surprisingly, in the consola­ tion finals, he again met Bryant. This tim e, it was no contest as Blankenship won 9-4. “ It lakes a .special athlete lo finish third when he loses early, especially sombody like Blanken­ ship. who thought he had a chance lo w in ." said Cary coach Jerry W inlerton. “ He kept Davie within striking distance o f u s.” D avie coach Buddy Low ery agreed, stating, "It takes a lol o f mental toughness to go all the way through the consolation rounds.” Blankenship, M arty M artin and Kendall Chaffin all scorcd points in the consolation rounds and helped Davie.ovcrcome a six-point C ary lead on Friday. M arlin fell out in the consolation quarterfinals ancl Chaffin dropped an overtim e loss in the consolation sem ifinals. But the resourceful Blankenship made it all the w ay. Chuck W allace o f Wilmington Laney went down 7-5, forcing a rematch with East Forsyth’s Jim Tcsch, who Blankehsip had beaten in an earlier tournament. Blanken­ ship was leading only 3-1 after two periiids hnt cranked oiii a 9-3 win. In the consolation scniiHiials. he met old nemesis 'I'iin Sniilh o f Kan­ napolis. Wilh 10 seconds left, he was tied, 5-5, but got an e.scape and won al the buzzer. “ I knew what I needed with a minute left," he explained. " I knew 1 could get away from him so 1 just waited until time ran out so he couldn't score again. It was strategy.” Considering Bryant had defeated Blankenship 10-3, he was confident coming inlo Ihe finalsd but met a different D avie wrestler this time. Bryant was injured early in the match and Blankenship coasted lo a 9-4 victory. “ There wasn’t anything that was Like alw ays, his falher will be going to stop m e,” he said, right beside o f him. Blankenship said he had no pro- ed, he weighed 140 pounds, which meant he losl 28 for wrestling. “ I don’t ihink I’ll drop as much weight next year,” he said. W a t k i n s O l d s • C a d i l l a c The We Care Car People For Your Convenience FRIDAY...7;30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Take advantage of these great service specials for any GM car or light truck blems with gutting it up for the consolation rounds. “ It was tough losing but I had inspiration. The only reason 1 kept up the effort was because I wanted our leam to w in .” Faking It Like Blankenship, Martin won his firsl match, a pin over Raleigh M illbrook’s Jim m y D eBruel, and lost his second, a 2-1 decision to Cape Fear’s Kenny M cFadden. “ He stalled on me the whole m atch,” Martin griped. He bounccd back for a 2-0 vic­ tory over Fayetteville 7 1 si’s Charles Smith before meeting Parkland’s Jon H ayes, who he had losl lo twice already this season, in the consolation quarterfinals. Down 4-0, Martin clawed back to within 4-3 and appeared to be rolling Hayes over. Hayes then cried out that he was injured and the ref stopped the match. “ He was faking and everyone knew it,” a disgruntled Martin said rin the locker room afterwards. "H e ’s done it every time w e've wrestled this year. He was just resting. After he rested, he was fine. He w asn’t h urt." The rest obviously gave Hayes I-------------------- ! B u f f A n d ! F r o n t E n d Ï ! A lig n m e n t I B r a k e In s p e c t io n \ W a x ; ---------------------1 • I «Check Ctolber j hralfp linlnD« I I! «Wash I »Wax j »¡тепог Clean •Check caster •Adjust toe-in •Visual ins^ction | of suspension I •Visual inspection of brake linings •Visual inspection of hydraulic system •Tire rotation free upon request. h- l à'if. R o a d C a l v i n & H o b b e s each week in the Enterprise S H U T T L E S E R V I C E A V A I L A B L E A L L D A Y 'y i A . G o o / t A > U 4 * C ^ W atkins Olds • Cadillac Folger Drive, Statesville 878-9593 M artin C haffin his second wind. He finished with an 11-6 victory over M artin. “ If he wants to win, he ought to do il fair and square,” M artin, a junior, said. O vertim e Loss Chaffin rcceivcd a forfeit in the opening round before losing to Durham H illside's Jam es Reavis, 7-5. He then whipped Steve Ber­ mudez o f 71st by pin and nipped Rick Hall o f Southeast Guilford 2-0. That pitied the 189-pound senior against D udley's Greg Foushee in . the consolation sem ifinals. The score was 2-2 afler regulation and 3-3 after Ihree, one-minute over­ time periods. Foushee won on criteria, having gotten the first takedown. L o t u s P o n d Chinese Restaurant Located in N ew Tourne Shopping Center 2519 Levvtjsville-Clemmons Road (Next to Lowe's Foods) Featuring the finest authentic Szechuen, Mantdarin, Cantonese and Hunan cuisine Wine List Available Hours; Sunday-Friday, 1 1:30 a.m.-lO p.m. Lunch: n .•30-3:00 Dinner; 3:00-11:00 Friday; 11:30 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. Saturday; 4;30-l 1:00 p.m. W e e k l y L u n c h e o n S p e c ia ls »2®^ fc* U p C a r r y O u r O r D in e In — 7 6 6 -6 2 6 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^A ccep tin ^M asterc^rt^^is^ BtMJS I X K T N o w ’s th e p e r fe c t tim e to e a r n B o n u s R a te s o n 12 -M o n tli C D s a n d IR A s a t C C B . A n d d o n ’t fo r g e t, y o u g e t F R E E In te r e s t C h e c k in g \\ itli a n y C D o f $ 5 ,0 0 0 o r m o r e . B u t h u r r y ! R a te s lik e t iie s e w o n ’ t liist fo r e v e r ! 12-Montli CDs and IRAs 093% 035% Annual / AnmiulU Pcrcentaiie у SI,ООО minimum lUpisit uu Ш . ¡H\ minimum is i'JSO. /iiUn-st сот/юшиЫ iliiHy. inhri'sl/Muiilyjiir twly uHlHinmxilsuhjtxtiocÌMmi,K4iillMmttu>n'a\()firiUUiùihfi4(nWiiii/ihilum(\.j Q illfo r s/x;ci(il nites on delm ts o f$$5,000 or iiioiv. 1-800-CCB-9139 Central Carolina Bank Y o u r F in a n c ia l A d v a n ta g e . Member FDIC бВ-D A V IE CO U N TY E N T E R PR ISK R EC O R D . T H U R SD A V , M arcii 9. 1989 N o r t h V o l l e y b a l l S h o u l d B e S t r o n g . North D avie's volleyball team could have won the Norlh Picd- : mont Confcrcnec lille lasl year had it nol had lo play Soulh Davic. That the was the only team lhat could defeat North the entire year .and the Tigers did il live times. ; This year, Uie learns oniy face cach bihcr twice so Ihe outlook i.s , brighter. Soulh coach Donna ■ Ireland, in fact, picks North to win ihc title. ; “ You know D onna," lauglicd Jarvis. "S lic ’ll never make her Icam Ihe favorite." But Jarvis also knows that Ireland could be right. She has a talent-laden club and mosl o f her starters are only eiglilh gradens. “ I always plan Io w in ," she.siiid. “ And our eighth graders arc the .school's strongest athletes. I’m hoping for a good y ea r." , Although almost everyone back saw action in 1988, Jarvi.s has on­ ly Iwo slarlcr.s relum ing in Dana Polls and Casey Jenkins. “ I’m expecting Dana lo be a good server,’’ Jarvis .said. “ Ca.sey is a good, all-around player who can SCI, spike and pick up Ihe loo.se ;balls.” ; North’s newest starter is 5-10 jeighth grader Amanda K ey, who •has played on U SV BA teams in Yadkin County. She add.s another ;dimen.sion lo an alrcady-slrong '.team. J ‘ ‘Amanda is going lo be a leader 'in anything she docs,” Jarvis said, •“ and we expect her lo be one o f :our best servers. But she will play ;ihe spiking position.” ' Her dad. Denny K ey, is a former 'volleyball coach at D avie High. “ You can Icll Daddy’s been work­ ing wilh Amanda, loo,’" Jarvis .said wilh a grin. April Oliphanl was ihc only ninlh grader in the starling lineup with the season opened. She is a lirsl-ycar player hiil Jarv'is likes her .serving and .spiking. M ichelle McHan and Sonya Allen will also .see action as starters. McHan is a seller and Allen, al .‘i-IO. isa spikcr. Holh arc eighth graders. Tw o projecled .slarlcrs are cur­ rently injured. Chrisly Kenney has tendinitis in her elbow while Rhon­ da Palillo injured her hand during cheerleading conipelilioii. Olher ninlh graders include Pen­ ny A rnold, .'Xmy Boyce and M elissa Hendrix. Eighih graders arc Sh erry B lack w ell. G ina M cClamrock, Anna Roberlson and M ichelle Trivclle. “ One o f our slrenglh.s is serving, but Ihal has to b e,” Jarvis said. “ Our attitude is a big thing. The girls all like each olher and work well togeiher. They have fun play­ ing volleyball.” Soulh and Erwin arc Jarvis’ choices as contenders but she has the mosl experience. “ Experience-wise, we should be bctler,” she said. “ Thai’s why I didn’t keep Ihal many .seventh gradcr.s,” Jarvis also likes the idea o f hav­ ing praclically her entire slarting lineup back next year. And when these eighih gradens arc freshmen, Jarvi.s know.s how .she would :like to sec the schedule. “ M aybe ncxl year, we can play Soulh five tim es.” Sonya Allen bumps the ball over the net for North Davie while Michclic McHan (21) loolis on. D a v i e C o u n t y E n t e r p r i s e - R e c o r d S o u t h F a v o r e d “J In North Piedmont Conferencc yolleyball circles, some things, Mvcr change. Like South D avie being the fa v o rite to w in another championship.■; Coach Donna Ireland won’t agree with that despite last year’s l2-0 record, her fourth title since coming to South. But she also knows that with only one starter Back, the Tigers will have to pro- .ye themselves. ;J' “ I have no idea how we’ll do.’’ Iceland said. “ We’ve been up and 'flown in practice. We have gooid ¡athletes but we’ll just haye to see/ ’ South, which started the season jlMt week against Southeastern Stokes, has only Kim McClelland ■ ^liack from 1988. Ireland is expec- ' ting her to be the leader from her Wnt row position. "Kim will start on the left front ■¿3 she will play all three front row ;'|iositions before she has to serve.” Ireland said. "But she is really a ;>good server and I wouldn’t mind ; her starting on the back row. But ;]we need her more as a spiker.” '■V Three other ninth graders are starting, including Katina Wagner, ;.Wendy Carter and Belinda Brewer. ^■.Wagner and Carter are ■ setters iwhile Brewer is a good server. ' :: “ Katina could also be a good , ■ipiker, but she's setting Kim up said Ireland. “She was my •jnost improved player last year. Xarter has played three years but ■Ithis is the first season that she’ll 'play a lot. And Belinda has a real ilow. hard serve that’s hard to play. iWhen she’s not selling, she’ll be ;:hiy first server,” The three olher starters will be ¡^eighth graders Sandra Galliher, 'Jami Coleman and Christy Cook. ;;; Galliher is a returning player ;'who is looking good as a spiker. ^Ireland thought Coleman would be "best suited for setting but has been vtmpressed with her spiking. And ;Cook plays well al the net. ^ "Even with Ihe potential, 1 don't ,:_have Ihe athletes like last year,” i;lreland said. “1 don’t have the ,;’;Kowalskes. who would dive for ¡i^osc balls or the Kelly Ramseys, i“who can make the big plays.”^ Coming off the bench will be ; ; £;Cbristy True, a ninth grade hitler. ■jras well as eighth graders Alecia ' ‘ ^Hsyes and Emilee Hooven. Ireland has eight seventh .,'>,‘graders, led by Tracy Robbins. . "She will definitely see some ' ; ’¡ticouit action.” she assured. "She ; ^..'leminds me a lot of Shannon Jor- ’C' dm ai a levenlh grader the way she pick up Ihe game." ; ‘ Jennifer Barron. Angela Bran­ non, Allison Buckner. Tanginika Gaither. Shelley Lusk and Am y M ason arc also on the rosier. “ Seventh graders alw ays go llirougli the learning process, hut they'll gctlo play som e," Ireland said. ! Chestnut Grove and North Davie are the leam.s Ireland .sees fighting for the confcrence title. “ 1 don't know that w e'll be con­ ference champions again.” she said. “ But w e'll play hard, that's for sure.” Carl’s T.V. & Appliance, Inc. March ‘Xombo” Sale ITEM 19" Phllco Color T.V. Fisher "VHS" V.C.R. 18 Lb. Full Speed Queen Montclair Sota/Loveseat REGULAR PRICE W0.99 $34.45 $35.65 SAVE. S2L04 $14.50 $15.70 ■COMBO" PRICE $19.95 $19.95 $19.95 Call Your Order In Today! Or Come In To 1061 Yadkinvilie Rd., Squire Boone Plaza, Beside Wal-Mart 704-634-1598 3B-3tn IVMYCHEVY IM S CHBVROLBT S.10 4x4 BLAZIRTaho« Trim. dMp tint glM«, floor mfM, tir conditioning, concol*, crulM. AWFM Mt9o w/catMtt*. luosig* carrl*r. tilt whMl, intcrmltiant wlpart, lochino ditt. rMr 4.3L »no)«#. 4 #p#*d iulo 0 /r --------- 'tr»n«. oil cool«r, lull tilt tptr« tir*..»I PilCI SI7,inVI DISCOUNT -1,475 MFC. llilAT{ -5M 1989 CHIVROLIT t-10 IL tWR Г/U ' Ш л а IVI DIKOUNT -MJ 01 9 iVlllW ' MFC. MIAII -Я0 ONLY ML! *15,215** 19Ш9 CHIVROLBT »-IO tWB PIUphg.. tint Qi«M. »Ildln0 rM f window, « it B>E>L mkrori. powr $t09rtta, AM/FM ■{•гм w/caM«tt*, chrome гм/ bumptr. air condittoning. 4.3L »пот*. * iPM d tutomattc u«n«niiaaion. 1088 CHIVROLIT SILVIRADO LWD R/U Floor mat«, front •tabilLior bar. locking raar dllf. axla. 4 ipM d automatic t/an|. miaiicn with ovardriv*. tilt whMt. AM/FM atarM with graphic oquallsor and ca«M(t«, cirroma atap bumoar. rrorrt bumpar guarda. powar wlndowa. powar door locki, H.P. trailing pkg.. 5.7 iitar angina, aluminum whMla. 34 gal. lual unk. intaimlttanjwtpar». cfui— -------. -------------- condlttonlrte.4.3L •nolrta. UST m a Ш 14 5 VI DIKOUNT - m МГО. niATI -7Я ■ALI 40,420 UST PRICE VI DISCOUNT 8ALa 43,140 control, H.D. battary, air conditioning. JH-Joi ONLY ~ i,w ONE AT THIS PRICE * 4.9 APR lo 9.g APR financing availabt« In llau of rabata. 8m dMlar for > •• Paymanu batad on 11.8H APR financing for 60 montfta. And tSOO caaA not Includad MTIU tPBCIAL e/K ifoo-«foo •■ЯП • TRUCMBuy & ntw truck & e«t Й FREE TRANSMISSION. Sm Ом1«г for Detallt. or trad«. Tax and tag OHTHêêAUiëUMVGAHi OULIHOÊtlLël eomoimwÂY.^nàoë VOtM W4Vf У й ЛC H E V R O L E T '■ s.í> ¿-ír. ■ч-/-' “ Dana Potts serves for Norlh Davic in its win over Chestnut Grove. _ Photos by Ronnie Gallagher W H Y W A I T S i S S i f l d F O R Y O U R 5 8 5 8 1 “ T A X R E F U N D W H E N Y O U C A N G E T Y O U R M O N E Y F A S T ! U SE H & R BLO CK’S RA PID REFU N D PRO GRAM It’s a loan against your expected federal Income tax refund. Available yrhcther H&R Block prepares your tax return or not IT 'S F A S T ! H*R BLOCK- For m ore details or to see If yo u quallly call H & R Block now. Mocksvllle Hours 310 Lexinglon Road 634-3203 Monday-Friday Saturday 8:30-8:00 8:30-1:00 'Cooleemee Shopping Center 284-2724 Monday-Friday Saturday 9:00-12:00 Noon 9-12 Noon 1:00-5:00 p.m. Drive Off With A Good Used Car... See Us Today! '87 FORD "F-180” CUSTOM SHORT BED 300-6 cyl., 4 speed, o-drive, AM/FM stereo cass., p. steering, p. brakes, air, sliding rear window, bed liner, chrome rear bumper, deluxe wheel covers, 21,005 (1) owner miles, like new. WAS S9495 NOW *8500 '87 CHRYSLER “LeBaron” COUPE charcoal grayi 20,513 (1) owner miles, like new, under warranty, auto., p. steering, p. brakes, turbo, cruise, tilt-wheel, air, AM/FM stereo, custom chrome wheel covers, sporty & simply beautiful. WAS «8995 NOW *7900 87’ FORD “Taurus" 4 door, 21,573 (1) owner miles, automatic, p. steering, p. brakes, p. windows, air, cruise, tilt wheel, p. mirrors, AM/FM stereo, new radials, rear win­ dow def., true comfort, luxury & economy. WAS «8495 NOW •7400 87’ MUSTANG “LX” 5 speed, AM/FM stereo, air, p. steering, p. door locks, cruise, wire wheel covers, 19,639 (1) owner miles. Beautiful Dove Giray, A beautyl WAS «8295 NOW *6800 87’ TOYOTA TRUCK “SHORT BED” deluxe two-tone gray & burgundy, 32,103 (1) owner miles, AM/FM stereo, 4 speed, sliding rear window, deluxe bed liner, a beautyl WAS «6995 NOW *5990 8 6 ’ TOYOTA TRUCK “SHORT BED” 5 speed, AM/Fm stereo, rear bumper, 49,303 (1) owner miles, very good. WAS «5495 NOW *4700 8 6 V&’ NISSAN TRUCK “ SHORT BED” 5 speed, 34,189 (1) owner miles, radials, AM/FM stereo, rear bumper, exellent. WAS «5995 NOW *4900 8 6 ’ MUSTANG “LX” 4 speed, air, p. door locks, p. steering, cruise, AM/FM stereo, W-R-L radials, low mileage. WAS «5995 NOW *4890 85’ PLYMOUTH RELIANT “ K” 2 door, 46,261 (1) owner miles, automatic, p. steering, p. brakes, rear def., air, AM/FM stereo, excellent cond., new battery. WAS «4495 NOW *3400 85’ CHEV. CAVALIER 4 door, 5 speed, air, AM/FM stereo, vector radials, T/glass, only 71,325 (1) owner miles. WAS «3494 NOW *2800 85’ FORD “ESCORT ”2 door, 57,363 (1) owner miles, 4 speed, radials, AM/FM stereo, clean & very solid. WAS >3895 NOW *2750 84’ OLD’S CUTLASS “ CIERA CRUISER” WAGON LS 6 cyl, full power, 3rd seat, rear def., tilt, cruise, AM/FM stereo, air, wire wheel covers, wood grain, deluxe rack, this one has it ail. Local (1) owner with 78,903 miles. WAS $5995 NOW ^4800 76’ DODGE 4 DOOR “MONACO” full size, 360-V8, p.s., p.b., auto, air, radio, only 76,993 (1) owner miles. WAS «1295 NOW *790 M c D a n i e l & S o n s I n c . Hwy, 601 South Mocksviiie, N.C. 634-3S31 Local Bank Financing Available — Open Till 7 p.m. À ÏÔ h )." ' PAVIE COUNTY EN1KKPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9, ;19g9-7B. Spring Schedules STILL Let Us Keep You On The Road DEAN POLARIS/BELTED 1988 TREAD WEAR RATINGS 13” — 130 14” - 130 15” — 100 •Two PolyesKJ Cord Plies •Two Fiberglass Cord Bells •While Sidewall Pejign size You Cost P195/75B14 $37.00 P205/75B14 $38.00 P215/75B14 $40.00 P215/75B15 $40.00 P255/75B15 $43.00 P235/75B15 $48.00 STINGER RADIAL GT 1989 TREAD WEAR RATING 13" — 280 1 4 ” — 290 1 5 ” — 290 •Two Polyester Cord Radial Plios •Two Steel Cord Belts •Raised White Letters D avid H unt (left) w atchcs catch cr M att M ario n try his liand at fieldin g. Varsity Baseball M arch 15 E A ST RO W AN* 17 OPEN : 20 ST A T E SV IL L E * 1 2 1 at Statesville* 24 at East Rowan* lOal South Rowan* iSO PEN 17at North Davidson* C A P S denote home games, ♦ denotes double headers. All games begin al 4 p.m . Boys Tennis Track STARFIRE SPORT METRIC RADIAL/STEEL BELTED at West Iredell*M arch P A R K LA N D *20 P A R K LA N D22at North Davidson al North Davidson A pril W EST IR E D E L L 3 al M l. Tabor al M t. Tabor*5 R EY N O LD S R EY N O L D S 10 al W est Forsyth Salisbury Tournament 12 SO UTH RO W AN Salisbury Tournament 17 al Kannapolis Salisbury Toumamenl 19 al Parkland SO UTH ROW AN 24 N O RTH D A V ID SO N al Kannapolis 26 M T. T A BO R at Parldand M ay 1 3 at W esl Forsyih* NO RTH D A V ID SO N al Reynolds W EST FO R SYT H 8 al S , Rowan M T. T A BO R 10 K A N N A PO LIS at Reynolds 17-18 Regionals W E ST FO R SYT H 24-25 Slate M arch 16 at North Rowan 23 D A V IE 30 at N . Davidson A pril 4 al Kannapolis 6 D A V IE 13 al N . Davidson 18 at NW Cabarrus20al Soulh Rowan M ay2 G irls Conference 4 Boys Conference 13 Sectionals20Regionals 27 Slate 19 8 9 TREAD WEAR RATINGS ALL SR — 240 ALL TR — 260 •Two Polesler Cord Radial Plies •Two Sleel Cord Bells •Black Sidewall Design Size Your Cost 155SR13 $32.00 165SR13 $34.0016.<;SR15 $39.00175/70TR13 $37.00 185/70TR13 $39.00185/70TR14 $42.00 195/70TR14 $44.00 205/70TR14 $48.00 DEAN ALPHA IV SEASON RADIAL/STEEL BELTED S iz e Your Cost « 12 at Soulh Rowiin* 16 K A N N A PO LIS C A P S denote home gam es. ♦ denotes 4 p.m . game. S o f t b a l l March 20N O RTH RO W A N * 22at W est Iredell SlStarm ount Tournament A pril 3M T . T A BO R Sat Mt. Talw r . ^AOat W est Forsyth v" 12W E ST FO R SYT H 17W E ST IR E D E L L 19at Kannapolis* 24P A R K L A N D 26at Parkland M ay lat Reynolds , 3R E Y N 0 L D S 80 P E N C A I’S denote home matches. A ll matches begin at 3:3 0 p.m . Deluxe Estate - 8x10x8 $ 5 9 9 0 0 New & Improved Tack Room) 12x10x9 $ 9 4 9 0 0 HtARTlAND C A P S denote home meets. A ll meets begin at 3:30 p.m . JV Baseball March 15 al Easl Rowan 20 al Stalesvillc 2 1 S T A T E S V IL L E 24 E A ST RO W AN 30 W, IR I:D I;L L 3 1 al Parkland HEARTLAND FEATURES • Exclusive door design eliminates sagging and warpage • Weathertight. all wood construction • Heavy, solid weight needs no anchoring • No foundation required No Down Payment No Payment for 30 Days (On approved credit) MasterCard • Visa Discover Card America^ #1 Backyard Builder Clemmons Hardware 3S0B, Hwy. 158, Clemmons, N.C. 766-6988 v i . '* ■ * . V ^ r 0 « 1989 TREAD WEAR RATING 13” — 190 14” — 250 15” — 250 •Two Polyester Cord Radial Plies •Two Sleel Cord Bells •While Sidewall Design P155/80R13 $33.00 P165/80R13 P175/80R13 $35.00 $36.00 P185/80R13 $38.00 P185/75R14 P195/75R14 $40.00 $41.00 P205/75R14 P215/75R14 $43.00 P225/75R14 $48.00 P205/75R15 $4B.00 P215/75R15 P225/75R15 $44.00 P235/75R15 S46.00 $48.00 $49.00 DEAN STINGER RADIAL GT 60/65 1989 TREAD i WEAR RATING 13” — 280 14” — 290 15” — 290 65 SERIES ALL — 300 •Two Polyester Cord Radial Plies •Two Steel Cord Belts •Ralstd While Letter» ~ Size --Your Cost 1 P205/60SR14 $88.00 P215/60SR14 $89.00 P225/60SR14 $80.00 P235/60SR14 $61.00 P245/60SR14 $64.00 t>215/60SR15 $61.00 P235/60SR15 $63.00 P24S/60SR15 $68.00 1 P255/60SR15 $68.00P275/60SR1S •68.00*>215/65SR15 862.00 1 m tm m i •Polyester Cord Radial Piles •Sleel Cord Bells LT235/75R15 ^our fcoit 30X9.50R1SLT 31X10.50R15LT ■ n t A c im n THE FUN TO DRIVE FOUR WHEEL DRIVE THAT ANYONE CAN AFFORD 31x11.S0R15LT 950R16.SLT* I $»0.001 DEAN COURSER R/D RADIAL LT •PotyesterCord Radial Plies •Steel Cord Belts nO,19S* * Plus Freight, Tax & Tag B<‘11 &! Howaixl Chovrv>U't, liu Size Ksnns^niiLT215;B5R16"$79.00 LT235/85R16 $88.00 750R16LT $82.00 800R16.5LT $76.008.75R16.5LT 9.50R16.5LT 1 $89.00 1 "•Polyester Cord Radial Plies •Sleel Cord Belts Size LT265/75R1G SÔX9.5ÔR15LT'$95.00 $ 8 0 .0 ^ 31x10.50R15LT\ $86.0m 31X11.50R15LT \ $90.00^ 33X12.50R15LT \ $98.0cn 33x12.50R16.5LT\ $115.001 DEAN WILDCAT STEEL RADIAL/ALL SEASON P21S/75R15* P235/75R15 $60,00 M lC K # 2 I FREE Alignment TIRE AND AUTOMOTIVE j Fou.'Ttis' 2534 Ltwitvllto-ciflmmons Rd. Phone:766-5450 CtommonB. N.C. or 1-800-822-2015 i Expires March 31, 1989 HOURS: Dlily 7:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Sat. 7:30 A.H. to 1:0D P.M. j -------------------- _________________j| 8В—DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, Marcli 9, 1989 C leve M cC ra e (right, sn arin g a rebound) scorcd Ihc w inning points in a 97-96 q u artcrn n al w in ■' over B urlington . l .L . L o n g ’s Ja m ie G ra n t passes arou n d a H ickory p layer du rin g a 76-46 victo ry. T h e team fin ish ­ ed second. D a v i e C o u n t y T e a m S e c o n d — A g a i n — i n S t a t e T o u r n a m e n t ■; A Davie County men’s open basketball team kept its regular placc in the men’s open state tour­ nament, held at Brock Gym last week. : Second place, that is. ;•: For the third time in the last four ; ;years, a men’s team from the coun- ; ty made it to the cha.mpionship only ; :to lose. •; This year, Drexel H eritage ;: averaged a whopping 116 points in ; three games before losing to the ; Charlotte Jazz Hawks, l(X)-87 in ; the championship flnals. ' l.L . Long almost made it a Davie '.'County final but lost to the Jazz ; : Hawks 100-99 in overtime in a sem ifinal game. Three Jazz Hawks and two ■ D avie County players w ere napi- ; ■ ed to the all-toumament team. ; Brothers Matt and Jim Houpt join- ; ; ed teammate Randy Butler for > ; Charlotte while B ariy Chunn and ;;M ik e “ Pop Bottle” Thomas o f > ; Heritage w ere also named. Charlotte, the defending cham­ pion, saw its leading .scorer Steve Thomason (20.0) named Most Valuable Player. H eritage Led 47-44 In the finals, it appeared the run- and-gun Jazz Hawks had met their match in Heritage. The Davie County team led 47-44 at halftinie behind Chunn’s 15 first half points. Rodney Barker added 12 o f his 24 in the first two quarters and and form er North D avidson star Charles Douthit poured in nine of his 19. But Heritage’s hopes were diush- ed when Chunn cramped up and did not play in the second half. Heritage relied on Thomas, who starred at North Forsyth, in the se­ cond half and the 6-4 jumping jack responded wilh 16 o f his 21 points. But H eritage m issed Chunn’s three-point shooting. He had four treys in the first half. Until the finals. Heritage had lit­ tle problem rushing by its opponents. T ra c y F ro st m akes his m ove to the b asket. — Photos by M ike B arnhardt In an opening 119 -10 3 win over Food Lion o fSalisb u ry, Thomas exploded for 36 , Barker 26 and Chunn 25. The Mount H olly Jazz went down easily, 132-78 as Pop Bottle fi/.zed oul 39 more, including 25 in the sccond half. Three other players broke the 20-point barrier. Barker scored 29, Chunn 26 and Douthit 22. In its closest pre-championship Division ii Cliamps ; T h e D f^cons w on the A m erican L eagu e B ask etb all tournam ent D ivision II ch am p ion sh ip . T eam ; m em bers a re: (Front ro w , from left): Scotty S p ry , E ric Sh ook , A d am H iU, T om m y W illiam son and N ick Sm ith. (Second row ): Coachcs Ja re d E u re and H erm an E u re, B rian \V halen, Jo h n B u fo rtl, B illy R a y an d C oach Je r r y Sh ook. (Not pictured); A d am N iles. C r e a s o n L e a d s T u r r e n t i n e T o C h u r c h C h a m p i o n s h i p I f the M ocksville/Davie men’s >; church league had picked a Most Valuable Player, it would have been an easy pick — Perry •: ‘ Creason. ' But the league didn’t so Creason ; had to resign him self to leading T urren tine to the league cbafflpionship. ' In the tournament finals Monday night, Creason’s 16 points led Tur- l rentine to a 62-57 overtime victory '¡J over Liberty, i j t "! Ronnie James helped Turren- iH line'i GMue with IS points while vjrCnig Michaels scored 12 for i K Libcity, BiUy WaU and M ike West--------------------------- . . . Recreation Notes had 12 apiece for Liberty. Ju n io r High P layoffs Davie Counly’s junior high boys all-star team will see its first action in the state playoffs Friday, March 10. The team is playing in a tour­ nament Friday and Saturday at North Asheboro M iddle School. It’s first opponent Friday is Asheville at 8:30 p.m. Team members are Michael Redmond, Tom Owens, Brent Cassidy, Brandon Chappett, Bran­ don Scott, Chad C oirell. Todd ganic. Hcrilage defeated Forest C i­ ty 114 -10 4 . Chunn had the gam e o f the tournament, devastating Forest Hills for 46 points. In the first quarter alone, he drilled four Ihrce-pointers and then added 28 more points in the second half. The gam e was close until the final minute when a Forest Hills player was hil with two technical fouls. Heritage hit six straight free throws 10 nail down the victory. Thom as scored 25 and Barker 20. Douthit helped H eritage to an early working margin wilh 12 first quarter points. T ough Loss l.L . Long will remember its one- point semifinal loss to Charlotte for som e lime lo come. With two seconds left in regula­ tion, Long led 90-88 but the Jazz Hawks picked o ff a pass and laid in a basket at the buzzer to force overtim e. With 20 seconds left in the ex­ tra period. Long again led 99-97 but a three-point play by Butler put Chadottc inlo the finals. V/oody Boler led all scorers with 34 points w hile Ronnie Peoples added 20 , 17 iij.the second half. Cleve M cCrae scored 17 and A r­ tie Gaither 15. Long did win a close game in the quarterfinals, beating Burlington 97-96. Long was down by one with four seconds left and had the ball at halfcourt. A pass w en t:to M cC rae, who kissed a 12-footer o ff the glass at the buzzer to w in. M cCrae had 26 for Long, while Bob Vannoy scored 24, Holer ?3 and Gaither 12 . Long’s easiest game was its first, defeating H ickory 76-46. Four hit double figures, including Boler with 16 , Ruiiscll Talum with 13, Gaither wilh 12 and Peoples with 10. Before meeting the two D avic County teams, Charlotte defea^d M ebane Fam ily Care 1 14-89 and L & M Barber Shop o f Burlington 85-78. Rum ple, Michael W illard, Toby Kennedy,’ Danny Frank, Chris Froelich and Brad W illiam s. The coaches are Grip Arnold and Buster W illard. M idget Boys P layoffs The midget boys state playoffs will be held at the M ooresville Recreation Department M arch 16 -18 . M ocksville’s first gam e is set for Friday, M arch 17 at 6:30 p.m . again st the R egio n 5 champion. Team m em bers, coached by Hanic Vanhoy and Darrell Steele, are M ich ael F e re e , Jem eil Division iii Cliamps T h e W olfpack w on the D avie A m erican B asketball L eagu e D ivision III tournam ent. 'I earn m em bers a re : (F ro n t ro w , fro m left): iVfichael B u rto n , A d am Sm ith , E ric Y o k ley , A llon C o p e and A aron Sin k . (Second row ): W esley M elton , E ric K olV e, E ric K istler and Seim B oyd , fl'h ird row ): Coaches B o b K o fk e , Sh an e D un can an d D ennis B o yd . Coekerham , Jerem y Cook, Scott Vanhoy, Robert Thompson, Eddie D yer, Scott Rum ple, Josh W ard, D eryl W ilson, Andy Harris, Da­ mien Lew is and Ben Forrest. Smilh G rove’s midget boys take on Charlotte Thursday, M arch 16 at 7 :30 p.m . G irU M idget P layoffs The girls midget all-stars begin their tournament play. Saturday, M arch 18 at 11 a.m . against Southern Pines. M ike Garner and Diane W allace will coach a team made up o f Beth Campbell, Stephanie Jam es, Leslie Scott, Amanda Sigm on, Brooke Suitor, Tina R ivers, Sabrina O ’N eal, Elizabeth Greene, Beth W all, H olly Snider, Am anda Sw isher and Jonette W illiard. C ounty R ivals The 5-6 grade all-star teams ■ from M ocksville and Smith Grove will square o ff three liiues in the next week: • On Thursday, M arch 9, the giris will meet al 6 p.m . al Brock Gym with the boys game to follow at 7 p.m . : • On M onday, March 13, the teams will meet at Norlh Davie. The boys will start al 7 p.m . and the giris at 8 p.m . • The sile switches to Soulh Davie on Tuesday, M arch 14 with the giris playing at 7 and the boys at 8 p.m . V Л- DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAV, March 9, 1989-9B l i R e m a t c h I I : J o c k e y V s . H a n e s > It will be “ Rcmalch Pari II” ! Salurday nighl at South Davic : junior High School Saturday night, I M arch 1 1 , at 7:30 p.m. I; Jockey vs. Hanes. :• The two Davic County coni- ; panics will continue their rivalry on : the court. Bacic in Novem ber, the ' [wo met in front o f a large crowd ■ with Jockey pulling out tite 49-42 '■ basketball victory. This time, new team.s have been : formed and the title o f "Under\vcar ■ Cham p” is on the line once more. ■ A men’s game wiil definitely be : played while the wonien's game is : tentative. There will be a SI admission : charge wilh all proceeds going Io : the Dennis Redmond fund. Red- : mond, an employee o f Jockey is : suffering from cancer. Children 12 and under will be admilled free. Basketball Camp ! D avic g irls coach A n gie Browder has scheduled a girls basketball camp for June 19-23 at Davie High School for girls in grades four ihrough 12. There is a $25 pre-registration fee and $35 at the door. The money covers a t-shirt and insurance. Browder will conduct the camp with former Davie players, former Davie coach John Bullins and , several o f the junior high coaches from North and South Davie. ': ’ The camp slogan is ‘ ‘The Right ■ Stuff For Sum mer” and there will ■ be brochures available. Browder said she is planning to •. work with grades 4-6 and 9 -11 •, a.m ., grades 7-9 from 1-3:30 p.m , ; . and grades 10-12 from 6:30-9 p.m. : . Awards will be given for free : . throw shooting, Hot Shot competi- . - tion and M ost Improved Cam per. . •. For m ore inform ation, call - Brow der at the high school: 634-5905. Duck Banquet : The Davic County Chapter o f DucLs UnJiniilcd will hosl iheir ati- hual Membership Banquet 'I'hurs- ' 'day, March 23 at Bermuda Run. -. _ The eveiji,w ^ b eg in al 6 p.m . • with dinner being served a r7 :3 0 '/ 'p.m. Since ils founding in 1938, ’ ■' bucks Unlimited has raised over $500 m illion for use in the preser- Afation o f waterfowl habitat. 1 For more information on schedules or tickets to the local banquet, call Dennis Sine at 634-3403 or Ronnie McKnight at i. 998-4367. j: Atwood 10th i; Greg Atwood of Advance, finished 10th in the National Junior 1: College Association wrestling tour- •: nament recently in Chicago, III. • Atwood, a former Parkland hlieavywci^it, wrestles for Wilkes ‘Coitimunity College. He faced the j; defending national champion, los- j: ing lO-l and then fell tu a wrestler ; from Northeast Oklahoma.; David Oliver of Starmount also ; went to the tournament but lost to ; the defending national champion in ; the first round. ; Herman Norman’s team fmish- ; ed 30th out of 64 teams. Area Sports 'rhclnia Spcncer Spencer Lands 5-Pound Flounder Thelma and Bill Spencer o f M ocksvillc arc avid fishermen but who is the best? Chalk one up for the female side, at least for now. The Spencers w ere fishing recently at Avon on Hatleras Island on the Outer Banks when Thelma pulled in a five-pound flounder. She also caught whiting and trout. The Spencers, who live on Oak Street, go surf fishing every year. Club Meetings The Yadkin River W aterfowl and Retriever Club has scheduled two events for M arch. On March 1 1 , there will be an obedience class and tracking demonstration. For more informa­ tion, call 998-5895 or 998-6186. There will be a club meeting March 13 al 7:30 p.m . al the Far­ mington Community Center. Call 998-5895 for details. Wrestling Club Anyone inlereslcd in wrestling in freestyle tournam ents during March and April should contact the M o ck svillc/D avie Parks and R ccrealio n D eparlm en l at 6.14-2325. The junior high school individual championship is scheduled for M arch 1 1 . There will be oppen tournaments cach weekend in M arch. Regional championships will be held the first three weeks o f April and all who place will go to the state championships, set for the lasl weekend o f April and the first weekend in M ay. Wrestling Match Pro wrestling is coming lo Brock Gym Salurday, March 18 at 8 p.m. The top matches will have the Russian Assassins against the Young Stallions and Susan Green meeting Lisa Darnell in a Ladies U .S. title match. The W orld Brass Knuckles thie will be up for grabs between Rick Link and The Term inator. The N ew Breed faces C hief Jay Eagle and Super Rocker. M r. Wrestling 2 meets Brent Allen. A ll seats are $8. Advance tickets can be purchased at f& F Barbccuc or by calling 284-2003. Shamrock Run The second annual Shamrock T a k e t h e C h o l e s t e r c l T e s t t h a t c o u l d s a v e y o u r l i f e . К.чггЬ Kiraly, U.S. Olympic volloyhuU nuHhilist, lit (tio (KilioK.'i) a^niji.st iu'iirl Takf a simpU' Л-Hjinijli* U*st m)w. Iii’oulct hvlp.savv y«mrUfo. S»1«* Hiram«! I«4irl iIím-hm-. l Í H i r t u n í N atioiliU t'hok'stC Tol ScrocMiinU I’rojiriun Check Your Cholesterol Here Tuesday, March 14, 1989 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.(»500 Charge)_____________ F o sler-R au eh P rn g Co. Lowes Shopping Center I Salisbury Street Mocksville, NC 634-2141 I 'i ■ “New Location Special” Special Vinyl SidingI m p r o v e m e n t 50 Court Square, Mocksville 634-1212 •Lifetime Warranty •Never Any Painting •Installed By Professionals •8 Colors To Choose From “Special” On Vinyl And Aluminum Trim For Brick Homes $ 12 5 0 0 Per 100 Sq. Ft. (Plus Tax) Installed Vinyl Replacement Windows •Tilt-ln Saihes For Easy Cleaning •Double Insulating Glass Also Available •Storm Windows And Doors •Seamless Aluminum Gutter •Vinyl Shutters Amcor P-14^ln«ulatlon For Siding , Call Today! For Your Froo Ettimato “Special’* $ 1 8 9 * *Up To 72 U.l. Installed (Plua Tax) (White) Sale End» March 27,1980 M-Jln Run, sponsored by St. Francis M ission, wil! be Saturday, M arch 18, beginning at the church, located on Yadkinville Road. There will be a 10-K race (6.2 miles), and a 5-K race (3 .1 miles). The races begin al 9 a.m . For m ore inform ation, call National Signups The National League will have its baseball and softball signups March 11 from 11 a.m . unlil 2 p.m . at Brock Gym and Cooleemee Gym . Signups are for boys and girls ages six and up who live in the" South D avic school district. For more information, call Earl Cuthrell at 4 9 2 -514 7 or the M o ck sville/D avie P arks and R ecreation D eparlm en l at 634-2325. Soccer Signups Any junior high student wanting lo p lay so ccer in the M ock sville/D avie Parks and Recreation leagues, should contact Joe Boyette at either 634-2325 or 634-3877. LEW ISVILLE SW EETS 6289 Shailow ford R d., Downtown, Lew isville 945-3634 •Wedding & Birthday Cai<es •Rental Party & Reception Supplies •Cake Making Molds & Decorations •Candy & Sucker Molds & Chocolate • Banquets, Buffets, Showers Mon.,Tues., Thurs., Fri. 10-7, Wed. 10-6, Sat. 10-3 Winter Clearance Sale ★ Clothing (New Л Used) ir Household Items ★ Crafts lOB—DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISK RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9, 1989 tournament Intensity 1 '•’I Beth M ashbu rn ju m p s into fath er C h arles’ arm s w hile the oth er D avie p layers celebrate th eir C P C ch am p ioaship. _______________________________________________ D avie w restlers (from left) K en d all C h a ffin , Ja m ie C au d le and M arty M artin show th eir intensity w hile cheeriiiK on a team m ate in the slate w restlin g tou rnam en t S a tu rd ay . — Photo by Ronnie G allagh er The large crowd that followed Davic to the Central Piedmont Conference tournament liad plenty The Davie bench stood through the final, frantic seconds of the championship game, to cheer about. _ p,Mike liarnhardt ■ ■ ■ R O N ’S T I R E S E R V I C E ■ I ■ T ir e S p e c ia ls F o r W in t e r D r iv in g White Letter Specials 175/70R13......................$44.50 185/70R13......................$45.50 185/70R14......................$48.50 195/70R14......................$49.50 205/70R14......................$51.50 215/70R14......................$53.50 During l\/larch 6th thru March 17th receive a FREE OIL CHANGEwith the purchase of 4 New White Letters. You must bring coupon to receive oil change. 225/70R14..........$55.50' 235/60R14...........$58.00^ 245/60R14............$60.00 __ 225/70R15......................$58.50 235/70R15.......................$60.00 235/60R15.......................$58.50 245/60R15......................$60.00 255/60R15......................$64.50 275/60R15......................$70.00 215/65R15......................$58.50 FREE OIL CHANGE With purchaM of 4 New Tires Between March 6 Thru March 17th S T A R S P E C IA L S 205/75B14..........$40.00 225/75B15..........$40.00 J V 'l I j 634^0633 ■ M M e ilM n Q N M M « Aowss riM S J e ta M cB m M triM M HOURS: Mon.'Fri. > 8 AM to 5:30 PM Saturday' 8 AM to 11:00 Noon bavie People DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, TIIURSDAY; March 9i-1989-ilC-' ; ‘,i C o u n try D ccoratin g Id eas M agazin e features W h itak er’s o rigin al h an dujade clay San ta C lau s. .............................. T h is show case o f cra fts highlights W h itak er’s oth er talen ts o f b asketw eavin g and llo w er arran g in g . — Photos by Ja m e s B a rrin g e r. O r i g i n a l i t y M a k e s H o b b y A S u c c e s s f e r e - ' i t r r J* Whitaker creates everything from bears, sheep, goats and cats. . v"^ -V 'V 4 B y K a re n Ja m e s Davie Counly Enlerprise-Record W hen So n ya W hitaker rcccivcd a C ountry D ecorating Ideas m agazine in the m ail, and a note telling iicr to look at page 4 7 , she had no iilcii whiil il w as aboul. »«iV liitako r..w h o lives on Prison C am p R oad, opened the m agazine and found a picture o fh e r o rigin al handm ade clay Santa C lau s. W h itaker, and her Santa C lau s, is am ong several olhcr. craftsm en nationw ide featured in the m agazin e. C oun try D ecoratin g Ideas highlighted W hitaker’s talent, and listed her ad­ d ress for readers to inquire about her w o rk. “ I sent the picture and inform ation in on a w h im ,” said W hilaker. “ M y friends kept tell­ ing m e nothing w ould ev e r happen if I d idn ’t send it in .” W h ita k er b e lie v e s w h at attracted the m agazine to her w o rk w as her o rigin ality. “ I f .someone buys a piecc from m e, no one else w ill get another one like it,” she said . W h itaker has received several letters from around the country w an ting to buy h er w o rk . C oun try D ecorating Ideas is not the on ly m agazin e interested in her w o rk. C o u n try L iv in g m a ga z in e is k e ep in g W h itaker’s Santa C lau s picture on file for their D eccm h er issue. A ll the clay figures W h itaker creates arc o rigin al d esign s she shapes into form by hand: .• Sh e said she likes starting from scratch . “ I d o n ’t like to copy som ething som eone else has d esign ed,” said W hitaker. “ I like to change som ething to m ake it m ore m in e.” » W h itaker does not use m olds to create her clay item s. B y doing this she gets an im perfect, textured look w hich en ables ev e ry p iece to be an origin al. “ I think I h ave a rough w ay o f doin g th in gs, but I lik e th at,” she said . “ I d o n ’ t w ant a sm ooth o r perfect look. I even left m y thum b print in one o f the p ie c e s.” Please See Clay — P. 2-C : JtW lW Pi lnv»d«d by ‘made ih Hong Kong’ or ‘made in Japan,’’ says Whitaker Whitaker’s handmade clay animals and people line the shelves of her home. i'-- ■' ^ - .' , .) -,2C-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPUISE RECORI), THURSDAY, March 9, 1989 Social 4■ ...,.> I T -i. M i s s B e a n , M r . P o t t s U n i t e d I n M a r r i a g e M iss Dcnn Shcric Bean aiul Kristopher Janies Potts' wcildini', is announced. The Rev. Fred Carlton o f Conw ay. S .C .. of­ ficiated at Ihc double-rinj: ceremony. A prograni of wedding niusic was presented by the Rev. and Mr.s. Shelby Harbour and Miss Penny Durham. The bride, given in marriage by her falher, wore a formal gown o f while .satin designed with a V ic­ torian neckline, Titted bodicc embellished wilh Alencon lace ap­ pliques, sequins and .seed pearls. The full, flowing skirt was appli­ qucd with lace cut-outs, with Ihe hemline bordered in scallops and trimmed in lace. The biick featured a bustle with a matching bow at the waist. Her skirt extended into a cathedral train. Her leg-o-mutton sheer sleeves were puffed and fil­ led to the hand. Her only jew elry was pearl ciirrlngs. Her veil was o f illusion attach­ ed to an angel ring o f w ispy’s and pearls. She carried a silk bouquet o f mauve crepe, fmir rosebuds, sur­ rounded by m ini-carnations, embedded wiih white tiger lilies and salin ribbons, made lor her by M rs. Peggy Carlton. M rs. Donna Sue Lanning. sister oi'ihc bride, was matron o f honor. Mi.ss Debbie Bean, al.so sister of Ihe bride, was maid of honor. M iss Sandi Potts, sister o f the groom, was special bridesmaid. Chikl attendanls were M iss Laura Harbour, flower girl, and M r. Jason Harbour, ring bearer. Jerry Lowder, stepfather o f Ihc groom, was best man. Ushers were Kurils Potts, brother of the groom, and Jam ie Hardister. M rs. Sherry Manning kepi the guest rcgi.sler, and Mis,s Sonia Siroud distributed Ihc wedding programs. The bride’s parenis arc M r. and M rs. Donald Bean o f Route 7, M ockiivillc. She is a graduate of Davie High School. The bridegroom is the son of M rs. Eva Lou Lowder and M r. Jam es Polls, bolh o f Mock.svillc. He allended Davic High School and is employed by Hanes. Grandmothers o f Ihc couple arc M rs. Brownie W illiams o f Route 7, Mock.sville; M rs. Mae Polls and M rs. Lola H ow ard, also o f M ocksville. Out-of-town guests included: M rs. T.O . Spencer, M rs. Peic In- golls, and M r, Tom my Spencer of Whilselt; Mrs. Lucillc Roberson of Albemarle; Mrs. Hazel Thornburg o f Greensboro; Mr. David Holston o f Lexington; M rs. M ary M iller, Doug and Phillip Jerrell o f Virginia; Paul and Ruby Ovcrcash o f Yadkinville; Miss Sarah Rhodes o f Cleveland and M rs. Gail Vickers .and M ike Vickers o f W inston-Salem. Rcccption Immediately following the wed­ ding ccrem ony, a reception honor­ ing the couple was held in the church fellowship hall. Hosts were the bride’s parents. The bride’s table was covered wilh a mauve cloth with beige lace overlay. M auve chrysanthemums and silk flowers in arrangements and lighted candlcs were used as table decorations. In the cenler was a four-licred wedding cake, made by the bride’s mother, decoratcd with pink and mauve roses and ac­ ccntcd with miniature sugar wed­ ding bells falling from white ribbons. Refreshnienis served included wedding cake, ham finger sand­ w iches, raw vegetables and dip, chcc.se balls, chips, bread sticks, peanuts, pickles and evergreen punch. Assisting in the serving were: M iss Lynn Richie, M rs. Peggy Burlón, M rs. Peggy Blake, Mi.ss Jean Burton and Mi.ss Leigh Ann Brewer. The wedding was directed by M rs. Cheryl Earnhardt. ;>v W o m a n ’s C l a y I t e m s P o p u l a r Continued From P. 1-C W hitaker creates everything from Santa clauses to carousels, cows, and nativity scenes. It’s easy lo create a closc resemblance lo Ihe animals because the clay ends up looking so much like their muse)^, ■ she said. Whitaker has named her collec­ tion afler Mocksvillc. " I named il Mocks Old Field, which used to be M ocksville’s name, bccausc I ■ wanted some publicity for the ■ tow n,” she said. " I f anything comes out o f this I want olher peo­ ple to know M ocksviUe.V ' The clay items have a country antique look, which she tried to resem b le to the feelin g o f M ocksville. “ 1 love that old world look bccause it goes with any decor,” she said. ■Whitaker said to be good at i * anything you have to look ahead ! for a trend to start and forsee when ! it w ill go out. ! "In this type o f craft, people are : going to have to specialize and be •: the best at it,” said W hitaker. • •' “ Then you can make a go o f it.” •; S e r t o m a C lu b ;i In P r o g r a m ' Davie Sertoma Club recenlly ;;1 participated in the N ational Heritage program. ;; This program, designed to raise ‘ • the political consciences o f students, is sponsored annually during February. I Brent Ward o f Davie Sertoma ¡; presented a program of questions ; and answers to the seventh graders ; at South Davie High and to the eighth grade history classes at North Davie. His topic was “ Why X .- W e Should Be Proud to be Am ericans.” A fler the presentation, each stu- : dent w as presented w ilh a bookmark depicting a patriotic ■ I scene, with Sertoma information i' and ruler on the other side. Silk Arrangements By The Added Touch For The... ★ Home ★ OHice ★ A Gift Foi Someone Speciil Sto/hLook-Save M iMHi y<«Mi IM iM 7 C a H f t M T M M rs. K risto p h er Ja m e s Potts ... w as D ena S h cric B ean G o l d e n A g e r s P l a y B i n g o , B y L ib Sain Club Reporter The Davie Couniy Golden A ge Club met M arch 1 at the Rotary Hut. There were 19 members and one visitor present. The meeting was called to order by the president. The group sang several songs accompanied by Arlene Spear on the piano. Ruth Jones gave the devotions. JoA nii Martin told o f a new meeting being formed for sen iori cilizens. They will meet M arch:iC at the community building. : The meeting w as adjourned ,by| singing the club song, Lessie Y d rk| dism issed with prayer. Bingo was played and the cfubl went to “ C ’s” for lunch. The next meeting will be M arch! 15. Each member will wear a n i Easter bonnet. The members w ill! go to the K & W on Healy Drive fo rl lunch. For That : Special '■ Occassion : RKR VideoTaping & Edifii« ForAU . O o c a srio M '^ ( I Sonya Whitaker’s clay Santa Claus is one of the more popular items, — Photo by James Barringer Fabric Center & Quilters Haven ■ r119 N. Satbbury St. . Mocksvillc 634-5417 QMilting Classes quick cut method of cutting and piecing and measuring needed yardage Thursday nights 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Call 634-5417 For More Information S A L E C O N T I N U E D . C a l i c o V IP, Peter Pan, Concord & Springs < • • • Signal Hill Mall P r e s e n t s T h e A n n u a l S p r i n g A r t s & C r a f t s S h o w March 9-12 Thursday-Sunday Blown Glass ★ Wood Crafts ★ Quilts Children Furniture ★ Flowers ★ Candles Art ★ And Much More! E. Broad Street 1-77, Exit 50 Statesville, N.C. WAL-MART GLENBROOK store Dales; W ednesday Match Sth ■ Sunday March 12,1989 store Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 to 9 ; Sunday 12:30-5:30 p.m. Location: Squire Boone Plaza, Yadkinville Road, Mocksvllle, N.C. BayerGenuine Aspirin *• too Tablels or ; caplels Your Choice - 2 . 6 3 'Sale Mldoi•30 Caplets о он •Maximum slrencjlh «32 Caplets................л«»** •PMS*32Cnp!cts......................................3.87 4 . 8 6Phillip«' MUk Of •Regular or mini •26 Ounces Sale 2 h6 7 S 'a lestride«•Maximum slrongth •42 Pads ____ 3 m S 7 S a W•75 Pads •4 Ounces liquid • V? Ounce drops WAMIART-« A0VCR1IU0 KKRCHAMOtSl M U C Y-lt i* ow .nt.njjpn Ю hev* »«и » tny untan WT1 (маоп. vi автимв м т i» noi lot рисп«м. W«i Uwt «lU lUu* 4 rU*nto U poreh***! «the W* piKb or wtìl wH •> a еотрагл**tha П9П » lumi цмлиим. Umrtaiiont wad « N*« U«*tco. m m Mixi Howvt«'. il Оич te XI Юг O'« mwct^rolrMi*ductK>n in pjic* Wu "'T DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, Mhrch 9, 1989-3C Couple Plans Aprii 8 W edding M r. and M rs. Jam es H. Baity o f Route 2, Troutman, announce the engagement o f their daughter, Sharon Ann Baity, to Allen D. “ Sonny” Robertson Jr.. son o f -;Mr-. and M rs. Richard G . Beaver o f Route 3, Moore.svillc. The wedding is planned for Saturday. April 8, at 2 p.m . al Southsidc B aptist C h u rch , M ooresville. A round & A bout : T w o Initialcii Inlo Peace Collcfjc Honor Socwty 'T w o M ocksvillc residents were initialed into a nalionai honor ■ society for college freslwDcn and .soplioniores studying Spanish ' at Peace Collcgc Feb. '>3. riiey were; Kim berly Ann Hattaway. daughler o f M r. and Mrs. J.R . Hattaway of 450 Ridgeview fJrive; and Lisa Alexandra Sherrill, daughterof M r. and M rs. Alee Sher­ rill of Route 9. Tw o A rea Students Nam ed To G ardner-W ebb IlmiDr Roll Cyntliia Lynn Rciivis, daughter o f Mr. and M rs. Thomas Reavis, and Marsha Newman Rowe were named to the fall semester honor roll al Gardner-W ebb College by attaining a 3.5 grade poinl average. Four From Davie E arn Academ ic Honors' A l N C SU Four Davic residents earned fall semester academic honors from North Carolina Slale Univcrsily. Andrea E. M cBride, daughter o f Jame.s and Judy M cBridc o f 442 S . Main St. M ocksville and a humanities and social scienccs major, earned all A ’s. Earning a B-plus average were: M ark Robert M urphy, .son o f Allan and Hilda Murphy of Route 4, Advance and a education and psychology m ajor; Laura Houston Phillips, daughler o f Charles B. and Lou F. Phillips o f Route 3, M ocksville and an agricultural and life sciences major; and Donna Lynne Shook o f 203 Brcnlwood Drive, Advance, an education and psychology major. Local Student E arn s D egree From C ataw ba College ■ Lisa Beauchamp, daughter o f Lester and Jacqueline Beauchamp o f Advance, has completed requirements for a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Catawba College. H er graduation dale will be M ay 7. H ottcl N am ed T o C edarvillc Collcgc D ean’s List Christian K irk Holtel, son of M r. and M rs. Roberl E . Holtel Sr. o f Route 6, Advance, has been named to the fall quarter dean’s list al Cedarville Collcgc with a grade average o f 3.26 . Holtel is a junior studying compuler information sy.slems. H arris A w arded C ertiricate O f Insurance J. M ichael Harris has been awarded the certificate in general insurance by the Insurance Institute o f Am crica. A senior claim s represenlalive for Slale Farm Fire and Casually Com pany in W inslon-Salem, he is a 1985 graduate o f Pfeiffer College. He and his w ife, Betsy, live in M ocksville wilh their son, M ichael. ■ ^uisiana Residents Visiting With Mocksville Family • Guests in the home o f M r. and M rs, Robert H. Knighton o f 270 Easl Lake D rive, M ocksvillc, are M rs. Charles W . Peters o f Shreveport, L a., and M rs. T .R . Douglas o f Hom er, La. M rs. Pelers is a sister o f M r. Knighton and M rs. Douglas is a cousin. They arc here lo allend the wedding o f Eliz.ibcth Ann Sharp and Tracy Kyle Swicegood on March 17 in llic Calawba College Chapel. M iss Sharp is granddaughter o f the Knightons. D avie V illage Resident C elebrates 83rd B irth day M rs. Troy Boose, a resident of Davie Village, was honored Sun- "day with an 83rd birthday dinner, hosted by J^rs. Prenlicc Cam p­ bell at her home on Greenwood Avenue. The menu planned by the honoree included baked ham, fried chicken, gravy, fresh corn, green beans, old-fashioned sweet potato pudding, creamed potatoes, tossed salad, tea and hot m ilk layer cake wilh caram el icing. Special guests included B ill, Pal, Belh and Brent Campbell. Local Student Receives Catawba Scholarship • Jennifer G ayle Sw ab, daughter o f Tim othy and Kathleen Swab o f M oclcsville, has received a Catawba Scholars Aw ard to attend Catawba College for the 1989-90 academic year. The scholarships, ,based on merit and leadership, are awajrded lo freshmen and transfer students who have demonstrated academic excellence. She -plans to graduate from D avie High School in the spring. Student Wins National Accounting Award D avid A.-W ilson, son o f I-arry C . W ilson and grandson o f M r. and M rs. Robert G . Allen and M r. and M rs. Clint W ilson o f M ocksville, has been named a national collegiate award winner in accounting by the United States Achievem ent Acadcm y. He attends Catawba College. (C ie m m o n s L a u n d ro m a t behind the Waffle House Open daily from 7:00 a.m. T A N — F A N S T I C W o lf f T a n n in g B e d Come get the glow ol a healthy tan the easy viay. Safer than sun methods...just minutes a session W in A F R E E Beach Weekend For nWiw Infonratlon uit at iMwr to win. Ortwing Md March 34,198» •iwplM wMbtl Sculptured G lass N a lls.................Special Rog. «45«« T h e G o ld en S h ea r Williams Rd. (Cornatzer Area) Phone 998-5085 For an Appolntinant J u n k e r - W l l l i a m s C o u p l e T o M a r r y M r. and M rs. W illiam F. Junker announce the engagement o f their daughler, Charlotte Lynne, to Gregory M onroe W illiam s. He is the son o f M r. and M rs. Clement W illiam s o f Eagle Springs. M iss Junker is a graduate o f M eredith College. W illiam s is a graduate o f N .C . Stale University and is employed by his father al General Tim ber in Sanford. The wedding w ill be M ay 27 in the First Presbyterian Church in M ocksville. L y l e s - N a y l o r E n g a g e m e n t A n n o u n c e d M rs. Sandra D . Harrison o f 17 Lionel Placc, A sheville, announce the engagement o f her daughter Twanna Francine Lyles, to Larry Dean N aylor, son o f M r. and M rs. Rudolph V . N aylor o f Route 6, M ocksvillc, The wedding is planned for Saturday, April 29, in A sheville. The bride-elcct is a graduate of Asheville High School and Western Carolina University with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. She is employed by Kellw ood Com pany as an accounts payable accountant. N aylor is a graduate o f D avie High School and Western Carolina U niversity wilh a bachelor’s degree in radio/television. He is serving with the U .S. Arm y as a first lieulenanl. Dull-Leplin Couple Speaks Vows Sherron Leigh Dull and Jarrell Leplin o f Grcen.sboro spoke Iheir vows o f m arriage in a 3 p.m. cerem ony on Salurday aCleniiion. M arch 4, al O akview United Methodist Church. The R ev. Ed Lee was the of- riciating m inislcr. A program o f wedding music was provided by Ford Ew aldsen, organist; Verna Beck Hum , soloist; and Tim Hud­ son, trumpeter. The bridé is the daughler o f M r. and M rs. W. Dean Dull o f 1803 M cGuinn Dr. The bridegroom is Ihe .son o f Anita Leplin o f 4 17 King St.. Redwixid C ily, C alif., and the late Emanuel Leplin. G ive n ill fiiarriag c by her (ather. tile h riile selecled Sh erry M o rro w o f Charlotte lo serve as matron o f honor. Bridesm aids w ere Cindy C og­ gins o f Liberty, Martha Culp, Judy Stulls and V icki Johnson. Christian Leplin o f Greensboro, son o f the bridegroom , attended as besl mun. Ushers w ere Bill Cooke o f G reen sb o ro , K en D ull o f W righlsville Beach, Dr. W alter S a lin g e r and D r. T erry M cConnell. M rs. Leplin graduated from A p­ palachian Slale U nivcrsily willi a bachelor’s tlegree and a inasler’s degree in education from the U niversity o f North Carolina at Greensboro. She is a counselor al Shadybrook Elem entary School. M r. Leplin earned a bachelor’s degree from Am herst College and a doctorate degree from the University o f Chicago. He is a pro­ fessor and head o f the philosophy department al U N C-G . Final parties included a rcceplion at Top o f the M art follow ing the cercm ony, a wedding breakfast at Em eryw ood Country C lub, a rclicarsal dinner at Em eryw ood Counlry Club and a bridesmaids lunchcon at the H oliday Inn. Follow ing a wedding trip to K iaw ah Lsland, S .C ., the new lyweds will live at 4 3 10 Star­ mount D rive, Greensboro. She is Ihe granddaughter o f M rs. V irg in ia D u ll o f R o u te 8, M ocksville, and niece o f Vem on, Thurman and Gene D ull, all o f M ocksville. •m . T Herman’s Cleaners “ B e s t S h ir t s F r o m S t a r c h T o F i n i s h ” Monday-Friday 6:30 - 6:00 Saturday 8:00 - 12:00 • T a ilo r in g • S iz in g • W a t e r p r o o f in g • L e a t h e r C le a n in g • S a m e D a y S e r v ic e Any «10.00 Dry Cleaning Order With This Coupon Shirts with any $10.°° O ^ Dry Cleaning Order. 922 Yadkinville Road, Mocktville, NC Phone: 634-1444 D I R E C T f R O M f A C T O R Y Discount Prices Factory Overruns •B ed Spreads Country, Traditional, Modern •Com forters — Boys Sports Patterns & male geometries (washable) •Curtains, sham s, duslruffles & pole curtains •Placem als, mattress pads .•Designer Tow/els'You can't beat these price»! C o u n t r y l i n e n s Allen's Cove, Lewisville-Ciemmons Road 766-5710 Hours; Wed., 10-5:30; Thurs. & Fri. 10-8; Sat., 10-5:30 CLASS RING m 9 ‘ SU PER S A V IN G S O N A L L SILAD IUM ® D ES IG N E R R IN G S Custom Features Are Free O n All Sale Rings. 'OlAMONq Î. 046.844 W < ln S tff tdonrntown. S A V E $ 2 0 O N ALL 10K CO LD S A V E $ 4 0 O N EVERY 14K G OLD HIGH SCHOOL CLASS RING Full Lifetime W arranty HURRY! SALE ENDS MAY 31, 1989. I>.in)on<K Cullic Ziftonias .irxl Dianxxxl an* M an iMra dvifgL*. Students Win In C ontest On Soil Conservation 4C-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAV, March 9, 1989 S u ^ The Davic Soil and Water Con­ servation District sponsored ils 6th annual specch contest on Monday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.m . at South Davie Junior High School. The topic of the speeches was “ How Soil Conservation In- flucnce.s Agriculture in North C arolin a." County winners in the speech contest on the eighth grade level were: Katrina Swisher, North D avic, first placc, awarded S25; Jenay Keaton, North Davie, sccond placc, awarded .$15. County winners in the speech contest on the seventh griide level were; Ben Edwards, South Davie, fir.st placc, awarded $25; Charlie Markland, North Davic, sccond p lacc, aw arded $ 1 5 ; Kam i Periman, North Davie, third place, awarded $10 ; and Trade Sechrest, South Davie, fourth placc, received S5, Winners o f Ihe poster and essay contests were invited to an awards program at 7:30 p.m . A slide pro­ gram, “ Limits” , which tells ofthe history o f the soil and water con­ servation movement was shown and then awards were presented to winners o f all contests. The conservation essay contest was sponsored in the sixth grade. Topic for the essay conlest was the same as Ihe speeches. County winners in this division were: Brian Ledbetter, Shady G rove School, first place, award- ; ed $25; M all Anderson, M ocks- : ville M iddle School, sccond place, '.aw arded $ 15 ; Jessica D avis, ^Pinebrook School, third place, 'received $ 10 ; Jam es W allace, ■ W illiam R . D avie School and I Jam es Bucky Carter, Cooleem ee School, each received $5 for be- ' ing their school winners. ■ School winners in the essay cbn- • test and receiving ribbons were; ; Cooleem ee School; Jam es Bucky ; Carter, first; Tonya M ullis, se­ cond, M ichclle Deese, Ihird. ■W illiam R . D avie School; Jam es ; W allace, first; A licia Thompson, •.second; Randy Anderson, third. ■ ; M ocksville M iddle School: Matt : Anderson, first; Healher Hendcr- t son, second; Ben Forrest, third, t Pinebrook School: Jessica D avis, :.first; Katie Desch, second; Jenny Г Stewart, third place. Shady G rove ::School: Brian Ledbetter, first; ■ Tabitha Saundeis, second; Suzanne vJon es, third. Winners in the conservation 'p o ster contest sponsored in the fourth, fifth, and sixth grades were • also recognized. I School winners on the fourth ' grade level and receiving ribbons ; were; W illiam R . D avie School: ; W aylon Stroud, first; Clay Foster, ; second; Aubrey Jam es, third. ; Cooleemee School; Heather Glass, ; first; Michael Allen, second; Biyan C o u p l e \ P l a n s I W e d d i n g M r. and M rs. Lowell Reavis of ; M ocksville announce the engage- ; ment o f their daughter. M iss Terry ; Kay R eavis to Harlon E. Freeman ■ Jr. o f Jackson, M iss. R eavis, a graduate o f Mitchell ' Com m unity C ollege w ilh an associate’s degree in 1981 and the University o f Norlh Carolina at ;Greensboro wilh bachelor’s and :master’s degrees in 1986, is the ^so ciale dean o f student affairs for ' M illsaps College in Jackson, Miss. Freem an, who has studied at Hinds Jr. College and M ississippi College in business and finance and nursing, is the specialist for readiness and training o f niililary : .jnedical units for the M ississippi : Nwional Guard. i; ' Thé wedding w ill take place at oh March 25 at the M illsaps ^y|Co||ipge Chapel in Jackson, M iss, ' Sïÿiliére w ill be a reception im- tollowing »lie ceremony I Ihe hiitorical Chim neyviile 'cTjAlMi9Vf«Miqerly home o f past col- Hampton, third. Pinobnidk School: Elizabeth Brow n, llrsl; Scoli Spillm an, second: Lindsay Fahey, third. M ocksville Middle School: Courlney Jon es, first: H ilary Hauser, second; Elliotl Lytle, Ihird. Shady Grove School: Ken­ dra Sale, first; Tracy Spry, second; Brandi Shore and Randy Burlon, lie for third. Receiving engraved plaques for being county winners on the fourth grade level were: first placc, Ken­ dra Sale; second place, Courtney Jones; and Elizabeth Brown, Ihird place. School winners in the poster division on the fiflh grade level and receiving ribbons were; M ocksville M iddle School; Shanna Bailey, firsl; Marti Childress, sccond; Ann Barber, Ihird. Cooleemee School; Jason Correll, first; Katie Riddle, .second; Kevin Brew er, third. Pin ebrook Sch o o l: Shannon W illiam s, first; LeAnn Carter, se­ cond; Kari Thomas, Ihird. William R. Davie School: Julie M ilam , firsl; Stevie Buelin, second; Je ff B arn ey, third. Shady G rove School: Kristie Vernon, first; Tim othy Carle, second; Genny M asu ra, th ird; and M artha Holm es, honorable mention. Receiving engraved plaques for being county winners on the fiflh grade level were: firsl placc. Shan­ non W illiam s; second, Ju lie M ilam , and Ihird, Kristie Vernon. School winners in the poster division on Ihe sixth grade level and receiving ribbons were: Shady G rove Schoi)l: Chad Lanier, first; Josh W alser, second; Brian Lcdbctlcr, tliird; and Jennifer Har- d isle r. h on orab le m ention. Cooieem ee School; Bucky Carter, firsl; Tonya M ullis, .second; W ayne Kin.sc!, third. Pinebrook School: Rebecca Essie, firsl; M an­ da W hicker, second; Em ily Hill, Ihird. W illiam R . Davie School: Shannon Brooks, first; Am y Dwig­ gins, sccond; Shanda Smilh, third. M ocksvillc M iddle School: Susan Page, firsl; Josh W ard, second; and Chub Osborne. Ihird. Receiving engraved plaques for being counly winners on the sixth grade level w ere: Rcbccca Essie, fir.st; Susan Page, second; and Shannon Brooks, third. All first placc counly winners in each division will be entered in the area competition, which includes 10 other countics. The area specch contesl will be held on Saturday. M arch 1 1, at 10 a.m . in D allas. N .C . The winning posters will be on di.splay in the Davic County Public Library during M arch. Larry Lanier, assistant principal at South Davic Jr. High School, assisted wilh the recognition o f awards. The supervisors o f the Davic Soil and W alcr Conservation Disirict were hosls for this event; I.H . Jon es, chairm an; Brady A n gell, vice chairm an: E .C . Tatum, member, and Charles Phillips, member. M ore than 200 students, parents, and teachers attended. Top Talkers County winners in the soil and water conservation specch contest included, from left: Ben Ed,- wards, Tracie Sechrest, Kami Periman, Charlie Markland, Jenay Keaton and Katrina Swisher. Winning Writers County winners in the soil and walcr conservation essay conlest included, from left: Brian Har­ rison, Malt Anderson, .Je.ssica DavLs, ,lames Wallace, and James Bucky Carter. Champion Art Poster conlest winners for a counly contest sponsored by the Davie Soil and Water Conserva­ tion District included, from left: Julie Milam, Shannon Brooks, Kristie Vernon, Shannon WiUiams, Rebecca Essie, Kendra Sale, Susan Page and Courtney Jones. 6 3 4 -5 7 3 9 M ocksville, N.c. Charming comeback design constructed with while metal fram and brass finished accents. Customer assembly required. Roll About * ^ ^ T.V. Stand ^88 FACTORY AUTHORIZED SALE! “ P O S T U R E ^ C E N T E R ” REGULAn PRICE T W IN »399»» FU LL *599«« .Q UEEN *7 9 9 '"' K IN G *999»® SALE YOU РЯ1СЕ SAVE $ X 9 9 t o « l 9 9 t o $299*0 *299».» » 3 9 9 « *399»?; *499»» *4 9 9 ” Credit Information 3 0 -6 0 -9 0 D a y s S a m e A s C a s h М /С — V isa W e lc o m e W e F in a n c e O u r O w n A c c o u n ts 'm DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD; THURSDAY, March'9r m9-^5C ..r . %utumn Care Residents haise Cash For Heart Fund • Autumn Carc rcsidcnis worked •ifi’Fcbruary I'or llie Aiiicriciin Heart -Association “ Home With H eart" Fund. On Feb. 28, Autumn Care IVosted a king and queen pagc.-inl. The dining room was turned inlo a ballroom with more tlian 300 red and while balloons, red and silver streamers, an arch, and, o f course, Ihc red carpet Ircatmenl. Eleven women residents o f Autumn Carc entered the pageanl: Gladys Cope, Lillie Chapman, Belhana Davis, Faitie Bow les, Et­ ta C artn er, N orm a A lliso n , Elizabeth Pricc, Cora Stewart, M ary M itchell, Hazel Shutt and Alicnc Dwiggins. Three male residents entered the pageant: Jack Cow an, Bill Foster and Wade Smilh. Each resident was dressed in their finest evening wear and School M enus The Davie County school fnenus for the week o f March 13 -17 are as follows; M O N D A Y, M A RC H 13 B reakfast; Cereal or cheese toast, choice o f juice and m ilk. T U E SD A Y , M A PC H 14 , B reak fast; M anager’s Choice W E D N E SD A Y , M A RC H 15 B reakfast; Cereal or biscuits I with butter and jelly, choice o f : ju ice and milk. ' T H U R SD A Y , M A RC H 16 B reak fast: Cereal or pancakes I with syrup, choice o f juice and milk. F R ID A Y , M A RC H 17 R rcakfasl: Cereal or sausage I i'biscuit, choicc o f juice and m ilk. GRADES K-ti i M O N D A Y , M A R C H 13 I: Lunch; Hot dog with chili and onions or barbecuc sandwich, bak- ^,cd beans, french fries, fresh jiorange, peaches and milk. Bonus: j:S la w *;T U E S D A Y , M A R C H 14 Lunch: M anager’s Choice I ::W E D N E S D A Y , M A R C H J5 Lunch: Hamburger or beef-a- I >'ron i, chilled applesauce, broccoli, buttered potatoes, pineapple pud- :;'ding, roll and milk. I ^ T H U R S D A Y , M A R C H 16 ^jLunch: Fried chicken with I or chili beans with crackers, .^Jqipm ed pcxatoes, ambrosia, green apple crisp, biscuits and J milk. i FRIDAYi MARCH 17 J; Lunch: Pizza or com bo, tossed < salad, mixed vegetables, potato V soup, fresh fruit and m ilk. № n u s; * Lettuce, tomato and pickle ' GRADES 7-12 • M O N D A Y , M A RC H 13 y Lunch: Hot dog with chili and onions or barbecue sandwich, bak- ed beans, french fries, fresh r oi^nge, peaches and milk. Bonus; ,* Slaw - T U E S D A Y , M A RC H 14 l.unch: M anager’s Choice ;; W E D N E SD A Y , M A RCH 15 Lunch; Country style steak, beef-a-roni, chilled applesauce, ;• broccoli, buttered potatoes, pineap- ; pie pudding, roll and milk. .* T H U R SD A Y , M A RC H 16 ‘ ' Lunch: Fried chicken with i gravy or chili beans with crackers, :i creamed potatoes, ambrosia, green beans, apple crisp, biscuits and : milk. F R ID A Y , M A RC H 17 Lunch: Barbecue m eatballs, V com bo, mixed vegetables, potato ‘ soup, fresh fruit, tossed salad, roll ; and milk. Bonus; Lettuce, tomato ’ and pickle S is te r's 11 F l o r i s t Mfhwrn-mnma Cm»rimlitCvins M tm -G ilb -kito i Tr« UcallaMTa Strvc You «4-iTn t w Dm hm VidUnab u. Mk M № , N.C. n u a 24M5M l|l>i> i ttiW lil C l « e.scorled down the red carpet. queen. The king received ¡j red After cach resident was escorted, robe and a crown. The queen honorary attenilants for Ihe king received a tiarra, red robe, \|/and and queen were presented wilh a and a dozen red roses. i while carnation and a red banner. Autumn Care residents ri^ised Bill Foster was crowned king $442.95 for the American Heart and M ary M llclicll was crowned Association. i B ill F o ster and M a ry M itch ell a rc crow n ed kin g and queen, rcsp cctivcly, at A utum n C a re in p ro­ je c t w hich raised alm ost $4 5 0 fo r the H eart F u n d . u I, Kc.jtm T h e T h i n g s Y o u B u y 12 • 14 Lb. Average Cuddy Grade A _____________ Whole Fresh Turkey_____________ COST LESS AT LOWES! u u u u u u u ■ ■ ■ □ E iD a a Thib Ad Ib G ood WediiObCl.iy, M. icM H Thiu luL'iiJdy. MdiCh I) 1‘JW‘J Al All IL L o w fb l-ooUb Stuu.-b H . li. .ci jcHl Wu Gludly I uu^i AnU WIC C oupuiib A D V E R T IS E D IT E M P O L IC Y t)t itiube iiu(u:> Ib requited to be readily avdilable for sale In each Lowes Foods • uAcepi as ipecilicdliy noted If an advertised item *s temporarily oul of slock, >1 oitui yuu the choice ol a compatable item when available reflectmg the same uj:> Ol J Hjiitci^utk to puicMd^e the adverti^ied item at the advertised prtce II iU ujyb Quaniiiy (ightb are reserved. 6C-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9, 1989 Library News_______ The following books have been • added to (hccolleclicn al Ihe Davic Counly Public Library. A D U L T NON-FICTIO N F a m ily M ed ical G u id e (reference), by the American Medical Assn. A m erican Sports Poems ■ O utw itting Squirrels, by Bill Adler Parting the W aters: Ainericii in Ihe King Y ears, by Taylor Branch U p Y o u r S A T Score, by Larry Berger Final D isclosure: 'I'lie Full T ruth About the A.ssassination o f P res. Kennedy, by David Berlin llarn h ard t’s D ictionary o f Etym ology (reference) The Electronic Home A dvisor, by Howard Blunienthal M en o f Zeal: Inside Story o f T he Iran-C ontra H earings, by W illiam Cohen M aggie’s Am erican D ream : L ife and Tim es o f a Black Fam i­ ly, by Jam es Cooncr E ye W itness to H istory, by John Carey ed. A m e ric a O b serv e d F ro m I940’s to the 80’s, by Alistair Cook L ift O ff: T h e S to ry o f A m erica’s A dventure in Space, by Michael Collins W inning M oves: Com e O ul A head in a C orporate Shake Up, by Jane Ciabattari R ein ven tin g T h e W h eels: F o rd ’s Spectacular Com eback, by Alton Doody W om en o f the W orld: G reat Foreign Correspondents, by Julia Edwards T rail o f T ears, by John Ehle A ll 1 R eally N eed to Know I L earn ed in K in dergarten , by Robert Fulghum Etiquette, by Charlotte Ford ' G uusm lthing Fundam entals, by Franklin Fry Miaking Life Right When It Feel,s All Wrong, by Herbert Feristerheim Building a Healthy Lawn, by ‘Stuart Franklin What D o Y o u C are W hat CM her People T hin k, by Richard I.'eynman ' The Graywold Annual Five: Multi-cultural Literacy ■ 'Never Be Tired J^ a in , by David Gardner ' Putting Food By, by Janet Greene Many Sleepless Nights: The World of Organ Transplanta­ tion, by Lee Gutkind ' Taking Charge of Your Medical Fate, by Law rence Horowitz ] Barron’s Real Estate Hand­ book (reference), by Jack Harris Natalie and R.J.: Hollywood ,Love Story, by W arren H arris .; Sharpe: When Your Child Has Been Molested, by Kathryn Hagans , Robert Kennedy; In His Own Words, by Robert Kennedy : Tw9 Part Inventton; T he Story of a Marriage, by M adeleine L ’Engle ; N.Y. Thnes Parent’s Guide to Ihe Best Books For Children, by Eden R . Lipson The Milkweed Ladies, by Louise M cNeill . - Morning Glory Babies: :Children With AIDS, by Tolbert 'M cCarroll : The Way We Were: 1963 the 'Year Kennedy Was Shot, by ¡Robert M acNeil • Southwest Saga — The Way It 'Really Was, by W illiam M cGaw ; An Encyclopedia of Chemical ;Drugs (reference), by M erk Index ; The Supernova Story, by ¡Law rence M arshall ; The Last' Lion: Churchill Alone, by W illiam Manchester ; Morris’ Dictionary of Word ;and Phrase Origins (reference), ;by W illiam M orris ; - Concise Dictionary of Acronyms and Initiatisms (reference), by Stuart M iller ’ ' Behind Closed Doors: Talking ■ With Legends of Country Music, : by Aionna Nash ' ^ Birth Control, by Alan Nourse ; Doctors: The Non-Profit En­ trepreneur, by iSherwin Niiland ExploriiiK Cross Stitch, by . Audiey Onnrod Iw w w tri iy ; MrthHiuUfcri II- literacy, by John A . Paulos P ra irie H om e C om pan ion F o lk so n g B o o k , by M arcia Pankake T he M ind, by Richard Rcslak C ounlcrpuiich: A W om an’s .lourney From T error of 'Violence to Survival, by Carol Rosscn Debbie: M y I.lfc. by Debbie Reynolds G rey Is the C olor o f H ope, by w liW Trina Ratushinskaya T he R ead er’s Digest L egal Q uestion and A nsw er Book Route 66: The Higliway and Its People, by Quinta Scott T h at’s All Folks! T lie A rt o f W arner Bnitliers’ Anim ation, by Steve Schneider Introducing Bookplots G uide for Use W ith R eaders A ges 8 -12 (rcfcrcnce), by Diana Spirt T urn ed Fun n y, A M em oir, by Clelestine Sibley T a y lo r’s G uide to Trees T a y lo r’s G uide to G arden Design T he Illustrated D ictionary o f Electronics, by Rufus Turner W eekend M echanic’s H and­ book, by Paul W eissler T lieo and M e: G row ing Up O kay, by M alcom J. W arner T h eir Scientists and T h eir G ods, by R o b t.; W right T h in k About C u r R ights, by Reginald Wilson Into M y O w n: T lie English Y e ars o f R obert F rost, by John E . W alsh M A IN L IB R A R Y H O U RS M onday 9-8:30 Tuesday 9-5:30 W ednesday 9-5:30 Thursday 9-8:30 Friday 9-5:30. Saturday 9-2:00 B R A N C H LIB R A R Y- H O U R?' • M onday 1-7 Tuesday 10-5 W ednesday lQ-5 Thursday lQ-5 Friday lO-'i C lo se d from 12 :3 0 - 1:3 0 Tuesday-Friday. WINN DIXIE L' Copyright 1989- Wirtn-OUIfl Charlone. INC.America’s Supermarket QuantityRight«H«serv«d Prices good Wed. March 8 thru Tues. March 14, 1989.GIVE YOUR CHANGF TO FEED TH E HUNGRY. D O N A T E Y O U R C H A N G E T O F I G H T H U N G E R . The statistics aboui hunger in America a>e Shocking Mote and more children and elderly people don I have er>oi^h to eat But you can help make a ch' lo< the derier WINN-DIXIE and Tho Saiwaf>on Army have out together a Simple, effective «(ffogram called 'Even li Up" When you buy ygroceries, lust ask th« your cashier 10 "even up'' youf grocery total to the neit (toiiar The lurtds coDoctod «*!'( go to The Sdtvafion Army to i '»osh lood iipma lor ncr*dy lafpiiios W-D’s Low Price Canned Goods ^ oz. can 9 < i nhrlfty MaM iSliortenIng CHicmNOOBUJO U P LIMIT 1 WITH SI 0.00 on MORE FOOD ORDER Crackln Good Rtgulor, UniatUd Topi or Sail F mSoltines... 'toV 6r Qood l l your Cltmmoni WInn-Dlxl* onlyl 5 Ib. bag Thrifty Maid Sugar $ 1 2 8LIMIT 1 WITH tIO.OO ^ ■ OR MORE FOOD ORDER * Planf«r't Dry Roa*f*d Peanuts... Tr* *2” Croektn Good R*gulor or Low Sott Cheese Bits 79* 16 o r Thrltty Maid□Pork i Beans lOV^ 01. Thrifty Maid Chicken□Noodle Soup 18 Oi. Thrlity Mild □Sauerkraut 16 ot. Thrifty Maid Cul□Green Beans 16 oz. Thrifty Maid Whole Kernel □Golden Com IS oz. Thillty Maid □Pinto Beans IS oz. Thrilly Maid MtRlcan □Chill Beans IS 01. Th.lity Mild □Field Peas □Evaporated Milk S - s i 0 0 Crockin Good Sflck. Thtn or Party Pretzels . . iaT 69* Crockin Good with P«onuti Cormol Popcorn... 'l:i M ” Harvest Fresh Harvest Fresh Red Flame or Thompson W hite Seedless Grapes99« Horvvtt Fresh Woshlngton Stole Extra Foncy Red Delicious ,b 69*Apples. . . . Harvest Fresh Green Cabbage18« Harvest Fresh Colifornio Juicy Navel Oranges .. bi" ^1“’ Horvest FreshMushrooms *pkj 99* Frozen Foods v t Thrifty Maid Shoestring French Fried Potatoes $ 1 0 0 Superbrond (ce Creom 8orf. ToHee Berf or ice Cream . Sandwiches ркГ ^1*? Superbrand Grade A Large White Eggssg^dozen V W Qood •! your Cltmmons Wlnn4lxl* onlyl Astor Tator Treats Jka. 99* Banquet All Varieties " Famiiy Entrees Vk" These are just a few samples of our Everyday Low Prices T h e l o w e s t f o o d b i l l p o s s i b l e . . . T h a t's W in n - D ix ie ’s c o m m itm e n t to y o u. N ot ju s t fo r to d ay , b u t for a lo n g tim e to com e! P lu s, th e q u a lity , v a rie ty a n d service y ou deserve in a foo d store. W in n - D ix ie ’s go t it! вмпжч^ laronnalioa ■ conúmini^ colleges are otinfpfmaiion on careers Plastic Bottle Deep South Mustard...... Fruit Punch, Grape, Orange or Thrlsl Squlncher Tropical Fruit Drinks., Fischer Ground Black Pepper.......... Lamon Flavored AstorTea Mix........ 9 9 0 $-|39 $-|99 Dish Oelergent New Day Liquid........ Fisher's Shake ‘0 Butter........ Astor BrownGravy Mix ... 71.0. Astor OnionSoup Mix___ _ _ 99^ $ 1 2 9 43« 69« . * - - ''Г . D A V IE CO U N TV E N T E R P R ISE R EC O R D , TH U R SD A V , M arch 9, J9 8 9 -7 C ' Mike Cross To Perform At Mocl<sville’s Arts Alive Festival , Entcrtaincr/musician Mike Cross will perform al Davic County’s an­ nual Arts Alive Festival, schedul­ ed this year for Saturday, Sept. 16. .Cross, a native o f Chapel Hill, is known for his toe-tapping blend o f musical .styles and stories. His performances combine country and rhythm and blues music with tradi­ tional Gaelic idioms and humor ranging from mountain yarns to current topics. Cross has produced six albums during his lO-ycar ciirccr, wilh a seventh in the works. Cross’ scheduled performance at Arts Alive was announa-d al a Feb. 28 meeting o f the Davic County Arts Council. Al.so announced were Ihe April I9lh and 20th pcrlbrmanccs o f Ihe Grey Seal Puppets. The puppets will perform " A Tangle of Tales ... The Three Liltle Pigs, Three B illy Goats G ru ff and The Frog P rince" for M ocksville, W illiam R. Davie and Cooleem ee elem en­ tary schools. There will also be a show for pre-schoolers at The Brock Auditorium. The meeting was called lo order by Presidcnl M ike Poteat. wilh 16 members present. Secretary Doris Ruby read Ihe minules o f Ihe last meeting, and Treasurer DeW illa Sniith gave the final report. Education coordinator M elanie Hendricks gave of review o f events in the schools, while Ann Dyson reported on last weekend’s perfor­ mance by the Auctioneers Barber­ shop Chorus. Three new members were voted into the council: Ann Dyson, Cherie Cook and Joan Bolin. Kim Smith was elected to fill the vacant vice president position for the re- mainder'Df Ihc term. An arts council workshop is scheduled for Saturday, March 18, from 10 a.m . to 2 p.m . with D wayne Coley. Yadkin Valley By Mrs. Ruby McBridc Yadkin Valley Correspondent Jonathan Holtel is slow ly im- U.S.D.A. Choice Whole W-D Brand U.S. Choice Bone-ln Rib Eye steak W-D Fresh Handi-Pak G ro u n d B e e f T h e r e ’s n o t h in g lik e t h e t e n d e r n e s s ... N o th in g lik e th e taste of W -D B ra n d U .S . C h o icc Bcefl T h a t's becausc at W in n -D ix ie , w e n a tu rn lly аде o u r beef before w e a llo w it to be sold. W in n -D ix ie ...th e leader in beef fo r o v e r 5 0 ye a rsi Q u a r t e r I n c h T r i m W-D Brand U.S. Choice Itom Round Roast ? i “ W-D Irm 4 U.S. Cheic* iM n T«nd*r Cubed Steak .b «2«* W-D Brand U.S. Choice Boneless X yy.p 0^3 ^J y g Choice Л1. s. C H O IC E i P r im e R ib R o a s t W-D H andi-Pak G round Beef • 15% L eaner th a n re q u ire d by G o v e rn m e n t R e g u la tio n s . . G ro u n d a n d p ack ag e d u n d e r s tric t s u p e rv is io n o f U .S .D .A insp e cto r. G re at Гог a ll y o u r g ro u n d beef recipes. S ealed fo r p ro te c tio n a g a in s t lig h t a n d a ir. The Meat People, Pilgrims Pride Skinless Chicken Breast |1 « 9 Rib Eye Steaks $ 2 * 9 ^■O I n n i U .i. Chele* lonilonBroil Steak ib. W-D ■ran« U.S. Cholc* SoHom Round Steok ib ^2'* Soft Drinks O ltl Cohfl...$1.09 2 liter bottle Coca Cola 9 9 « Qood ■) your Cltminani WInn-Olxl* onlyl W-D Brand Regular Meat Franks 8 9 ^1 2 0Z. pkg. V W Holly Formt U.S.D.A. Grad* A Fryer Breast ib. *1** Holly Formi U.S.D.A. Grad* A Fryer Wings ib. 69* W-D’s Low Price 12 pak 12 oz. cans Premium, Lite or Genuine Dralt IViliier Beer Shcffitld Boneless Pork Loins $ 2 4 9 W-D Brond Hot. Modtum or MIM Whol* Hog Sausage... Hickory ф/ Sweet Sliced Bacon 1 lb. pkg* W-D SoUct L*on FuU Quortor loin Atiortod Pork Chops lb. Southvrn lurido Beef Patties Ut ^3** The Best In Wines 3 liter bottle Chablls Blanc, Rhine, Burgundy or Red Rose Gallo Premium Wines Variety j!É 'B lu e W J iis p e r Porcelain Fine China THIS WEEK’S FEATURE Dessert Dish Regular Price 99t o n l y 7 7 with each $5 purchase I Did, I Did See a Bargain! 30 minutes of color The greale&l cartoon library o' .I'l noiV yOu'S otincH'O'b‘0 sa^if’qs this"week~6 nlyT \ K g H i g M Foghorn A Leghorn 9 & Tweety Bird Volume 3 I ..«.(..Vll.,... [ L . _ ^ u p o n good IJifU ^14-89 _________________) Open meetings are held the fourth Tuesday o f each month at 7:30 p.m . at the Arts Council of­ fice on Sanford Avenue. Anyone is welcom e to attend. Hair Care 1 S oz. bottle Norm al or Oily Pert Pius Shampoo $ 3 3 9 Today you w orked h a rd ...To n ig h t let the Deli take over! YOUItE «оме TO SEE 8 piece Satchel Served wilh 1 Ib. Potato Salad or Wedges, 1 Ib. Cole Slaw * 8 Homestyle Rolls Satchel ‘0 iFriMl Chlgkeiii H $ 7 9 9■ ■ L Nch ■ asmr Puli Turnovers $ 1 9 9_____Mch U u 4 4 U m U M Ot^tn w m Mtick ' tmtd •• tk«W M Oitut (»И) lalMrMI U .I.O .*. O w lra CM kW I iM u )« . iM t W * i U s M l la ik n RoailBMf ... * 4 « BrMtt............. lb »3** proving from a long illness after being hit by a truck. W c all pray he will soon be awake and back to normal. Sympathy goes out to the fam i­ ly o f M argie Huckabee who died Ihis week. She was a sister o f N ellie King. ‘ Lois King Long spent a few days with G ray Caudle. They shopped one day at W al-M art in M ocksville. M rs. Faye M organ, Hazel Rid­ dle, Joann Pilcher, Donna Baily and Ruby M cBride took a trip to Charlotte for the Southern Living Show. M rs. Faye M organ had surgery on W ednesday o f this week, but she is doing fine. Her daughter, Donna, spent the day with her. M rs. Annie W iiiiam s has had surgery on her head a few weeks ago, but il is O K now. She would enjoy cards from anyone, because she is confined at home on Oak Grove Church Road. They are friends o f M r. and M rs. “ T oo ts" Riddle. Cornatzer B y Dottie Potts Cornatzer Correspondent M rs. Pearl Frye was dismissed from D avie County Hospital last W ednesday. She is recuperating at the home o f her daughler, Annie Ruth Allen. M rs. Cari Frye was confined to her home over the weekend wilh sore throat. Jo Bowens visited Josephine E llis and Pearl Frye Sunday afternoon. Shirley Jacobs and children were Sunday luncheon guests of M r. and M rs. Joe Jones. M r. and M rs. R ay Potts visitefi M r. and M rs. Hom er Potts Satur­ day evening. Eva Potts visiled Pearl Frye Sun­ day afternoon. G ladys Jones was an overnight guest o f Josephine E llis last Tuesday. B a r b e c u e M a r c h 1 8 The Lone H ickory Volunteer Fire Department w ill sponsor a “ Port-A-Pit Barbecued Chicken Sup per" on Saturday, M arch 18, from 4 to 7 p.m . People may eat at the depaitment or take out plates. A n auction sale w ill follow at 7. Anyone wishing to donate items for the auction is asked to leave them at Renegar’s Food M arket, the Footville Fabric Shop or V irginia’s Beauty Shop or give Ihem to any member o f the fire department. Homemade crafts and new or used items will be sold. C h ris G ro ce w ill be tlie auctioneer. Baked Fresh Dally; Raisins, Orange Blossom or Carrots S^viOat Bran ^ ^ M u f f l n s 2 ° fam ily SU« • Inch Red Velv#i Coke r,i'; *5” Hello! My nuine is Junathun Wayne Smith. I celebrated my first birthday on February 19, 1989, with a Teddy Bear cake, bulloons, horn.s, bats and streamers. Helping me to celebrate were the fullowing; My inumiiiie and daddy, Johnny and Melody Smith, four grand­ parents, Gray und Laura Sniith and Wayne und JuAnn Johnson, two uunts, one uncle, and two cousins also joined us. Thanks (u everyone for all uf the nice presents and for helping me lo blow out mv candle. 8C-DAVIE COUNTY ENTKKPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9, 1989 1 988 "^.RNHK niNFJlAI.DlRKni»R5 1 30 y e a rs o ( s e rv ic e 4 Locations Middlebrook Dr. S. Main SI. •Clemmons Winslon-Salem Reynolda Rd. H O T S. Main St. Winslon-Salem Lexington Davio Phono No 998-3420 Blue Bay Seafood Restaurant Open Tucs.-Kri. 3-10 Sat. 3-10; Sun. 12-9 Closcd on Momlays Highway 70, Barber 278-2226 278-2227 MOCKSVILLE BUILDERS SUPPLY "Together We Do II Sellar" Soulh Main 634-5915 Attend The Church Of Your Choice John N. McDaniel & Sons Hwy. 601 S., Mockavllle 634-3S31 FOSTER-RAUCH DRUG CO. Wllkeaboro Street Mockavllle, N.C.2702a Phone 634-2141 CAUDELL LUMBER CO. ' 162 She«k street MockevIHe, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-2167 Johnnie M. TlUey Pest Control Service . 'S iivfcM for O nr 28 У е м ' Locally Owned & Operalad •RMUtantlil •СотпмгсШ •InduMiM •Initltutlonal ‘InipecUon Upon RequeeV Mockevllle 63^5600 Complements of Department Store . North Main Street Mocksville w '.% ú a 3 iu iSum'-i — 2 Yadkinvlll« Road Mockavllle 634-6115 MARTIN HARDWARE & GENERAL MDSE. Faada, Dry GkMda, Orocailaa and Fertilizar Depot Straat Mockavllla, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-2128 J.P. GREEN MILLING CO., INC. Makara of DAISY FLOUR We Cuatom Bland Dapot Straat Mpckavllla, N.C. 27026 Phone 634-2126 THE POWER OF THE JORDAN! A T ITS ST A P T , TUE JO R D A N ; IS O N E TH O U SAN D F E E T A B O V E TH E L E V E L A n d E L ISH A HAD TO C R O S S THE JO R D A N B E F O R E E L IJA H S M O M EN T­ O U S A SC E N D A N C Y IN A C H A R IO T O F F IR E J N A A M A M ,TH E SYRIAN, W A SH E D S E V E N TIMES IN IT S W A T E R S A T T H E DIRECTIO N O P TH E P R O P H E T AN D, B A P T IS T B A P T I7 E D J E S U S C H R IS T IN T H E S A M E H ISTO R ICA L W A re R S ! ( M A T T .3 :13 -15 ) . . SA V E TH IS F O R V O U R 5Ü N D A V SCH O O L S C R A P B O O K --------X Y o r OODMARANATHA CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY Hwy. ROI North Mocksville. N.C.Rev. Curtis E. WoodSunday Schooi 9:4S a.m.. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m.Evenlflfl WofsWp 7:00 p.m. •APTtM ADVANCE SAPTfST CHURCH Highway BOt Mark Hart, pastor Suriday Sorvicos Sunday Schoot Morning Wofship Evening Worship Wodnosday Bible Sludy BEAR CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH Boar Crook Church Road North 01 Mocksville Rov. Jerre Cloninger, Jr.Sunday ^hool Morning Worship Wednesday Bible Study BtJUSE BAPTIST CHURCH GREEN MEADOWS BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy. eot, Farmlnaton Sunday Scnooi Worship Service Evening.............. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m. 0:45 fi.m. tl.OO o.m. e.'OO p.m. 7.00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.7:00 p.m. Sui>d8y School Morning Worship Evening Worship Wednesday Servk» 9:45 a.m.11:00 B.m,7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.- .day . •RfA O O f U FE BAPTIST CHAPEL Four Cornera Community, Hwy. 601 Ph« Kitchin, pasjofSunday School 10:00 a.m.Preaching Service 11:00 a.m.C A L ^ jjU FRlENDSHtP BAPTIST Caiahalit Road Rev. Carrol Jordari, pastorSunday School Worship f 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m, 7.-00 p.m. 10:00 B.m. 11:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 o m. ______p SerolceSunday Night Worship Wednesday Bible Study CALVARY BAPTIST CMJRCH Highway 601 South Rl. 7. Box 92. Mocksviiie Worship Service Evening Worship Wednesday Service CeOAR CREEK BAPTIST Cedar Creek Chruch Road Farmington Dr. W.C. Hay. PastorSunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Senflce2nd & 4ih Sunday 1:30 p.m. CWNAOUAPIN OROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Chinaoyapin Church Road Off Hwy. 601 Rev,. Оаяе« McConrteH COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Gladstone Road Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.CORNATZER BAPTIST CHURCH Advance, N.C. DAVIE BAPTIST CHURCH Fork, N.C, Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Evening Worship 7:00 p.m,Wednesday Senlce 7:00 p.m.DUTCHMAN CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH » .W s r c S l R C HEaton's Church Road Rev. David Gilbreath Sunday School 10:00 a m.Worship Service 11;00 a.m. Wednesday Piayor Sen/ice 7:30 p.m. EDGEWOOD ВАРБЗТ CHURCH Highway 801 North Coolewnee. N.C.Rev. D.C. Sullivan, paslor Sunday School W OO a.m.Sunday Worship li:00a.m .Sunday Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.,Wednesday Sorvice 7:00 p.m.FARMINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH Farmington RoadSunday School 1000 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Youth TralninQ Union 7:00 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHN. Main Streel W. Paul Riggs, pastorSunday School 9:45 a.m.Morning Woiship 11:00 a.mEvening Woiship 7:00 p.mChurch Training 6:00 p.m К Т М Ж нMarginal Streel, Cooleemee. N.C.Rev. Larry Q. Allen Sunday School 9:Worship Service 11Evening Worshin . 7:Wednesday Service 7:FORK BAPriST CHURCH Wednesday Service 7:30 p.m.HOPE BAPTIST TABERNACLE Highway ISB East Pastor: David JordanSunday School 9:45 a mWorship Service 10:45 a.m.Evangelistic 7:30 p m. UAMTEslf^OSSR^ADS BAPTIST C%^<^ Kenneth Hydo, pastorSunday School 9:45 a m.Worship Sorvico 11:00 a.m.Evening Worship 6 00 p m.Wednesday Semco 7:30 p.m.JERUSALEM BAPnST CHURCH Hwy. 601 South Sunday Schooi 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.Wednesday Service 7:30 p.m.NO CREEK PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH No Creek Road oil Hwy. 64 SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH 321 Depot Street, Mocksville Reg- A.O. Walker, pastor Sunaay Schooi 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Wednesday Worship (4ih week) 7:00 p.m. SMITH GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH T fliiilT ?M P T IS T CHURCH Rt. 4, Mocksviiie Darrell Cox, pastorSunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m.TURRENTINE BAPTIST CHURCH Rt. 7, Mocksville Rev. Charles Hensley, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Sorvice 11:00 a.m. Evening Woiship 6:30 p.m.Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m. VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH Mkhvay St., Cooleemee Shelby Haibour, pastor Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.Wednesday AW N AS 6:45 p.m.Wednesday Prayer Meoting. 7:00 p.m. YADKIN V A LL^ BAPTIST CHURCH Yadkin Valley Road CATttOlICST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI CHURCHKwy. 601 North Sunday Worship ^ 10:00 a.m. cNUicH or cmn’iT CORINTH CHURCH OF CHRIST Charlie Harrison, Jr.. minister Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m.Evening Worship 7 p.m. снмем or BOOCOOLEEMEE CHURCH OF OODCooleemee. NCLuiher Chambers, pastor Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. CLEmŸnT^GROVE CHURCH OF GOo'' Hwy. 64 West I.W. {James, pastorSabbath 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 1:00 p.m. Evening Worship 8:00 p.m.Wednesday Sewice 8:00 p.m.MOCKSVILLE CHURCH OF GOD Dwighi Durham, paator Hwy. 64 East INTtllFAITN/tmtVEItiALASSEMBLY OF LIGHT Hwy. 601 S.(704 204-1322 Or. Jerry L. Cope, minister 1st & 3rd Sundays OAK GROVE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Hwv. tsa East SALEh 4th Wedneirsdaynesday 2:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. (.(/ТИПАМ HOLY CROSS LUTHERAN CHURCHRev. John A. Johnson. S.T.M., Pastor Hwy. 601 South SufWuy School 9.45 a m.Worship Service 11 ;oo a.m. METHOCMITA.M.E. ZION METHOOIST CHURCH Booetown Streol, Mocksvillo ADVANCE UNITED METHOOIST CHURCH Advance, N C.BAILTY S CHAPEL UNITED METHODISTBailey’s Chapel RoodBETHEL UNITED METHOOIST CHURCHBeihel Church RoadBETHLEHEM UNITED METHODISTCHURCHRedland Road oil Hwy. 158 East CENTER UNITED METHODIST CHURCHHighway 64 WestRev. John B. Rowe, minister1st A 2nd Sunday Church School 9:45 a.m.Worship Service 11; 00 a.m. 3rd & 4ih SundayWorship Service g;45 a.m. Chuich School 10:45 a.m.sm Sundav Church Scnooi 9:45 a.m.CHESTNUT GROVE METHOOIST CHURCH James Chip Webb, paslorJames Chip Webb, 2nd & 4th Sunday Sunday Schooi 10:00 a.m.. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. CONCORD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Cherry Hill Road Rev. John Deyton, minister 11:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. n.OO a.ro. Evening Woiship Wednesday Service 10:00 a.m.11.00 e.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 6 miles easl on Hwy. 64 Sunday School Worship Service Evenino WorshliEvening Worship GOSPEL SAPTtST CHURCHRl. 6, Mocksville Sunday School Worship Senrice GREEN HILL BAPRST CHURCHGreen Hill Road Rev. Graham Wooten, pastor Sunday Schooi Worship Service Evening Worship Wednesday Worshi) 9:45 a.m. 11:00 B-m. 7:20 p.m. 10:00 B.m. 11:00 a.m. p.m. p.m. 9.45 B.m. 10:45 fl.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. ■PICOOPAiCOOUEMEE EPISCOAL CHURCH OF GOOD SHEPHERD Rev. Wiills M. Rosenthtf, priest Sermon 9:30 a.m.Sunday School 10:50 a m. Middlebrook Drive, ClemmonsRev. David Wrighl. pastorSunday Schooi 10:00 a.m. ‘ Worship & Holy Communion 1l:00a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Sur)day Worship 11:00 a.m. ST. CLEIIMENT'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH K a & T K .-c 'iiisS n .Reb. David Wright, pastorSunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship A Holy Communion 11:00 a.m. MTlMUlOMiMaTiAHaigagWVIUE MTEIUH9I0IIINATI0NAI. h B . Vitentuii) Bibla study 7:00 p.m Rev. L 1st & 3rd Sunday Worship Service Sunday School 2nd A 4ih Sunday Worship Service Su/>day School 5th Sunday Worship Alternate >0:00 A tl.OO a.m. COOLEEMEE UNITED METHOOIST CHURCHRev. Wade H. Childers, Jr.. pastor CORNATZER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Cornauer Road ELBA VILU UNITED METHOOIST CHURCH Hwy, 801. Advance. N.C.FARMINGTON METHODIST CHURCH 1st SundaySunday School 11:00 a.m.Worship Service 10:00 a.m.2nd Л 4lh Surtday Sunday School 10:00 a.m.3rd Sunday » P ÄFIRST UNITED METHOOIST CHURCHNorth Main Street. Mocksviiie Sunday School ' 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 11 ;00 a.m. FULTON UNITED METHOOIST CHURCH Hwy. BOl between Fork and Advance Rev. Mark S. Denton, pastor 1st & 4ih Sunday 2nd, 3rd Д Sth Sunday Sunday Schoo\ 0:45 a.m.Worshb Senice 11:00 a.m.HARDISON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Jericho Church Road LIBERTY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Gladstone Road 1st A 3rd Sunday Sunday School 11:00 a.m.w a iÄ , SunUy Scliool B :« >.m.Worship Service 11 -00 a.m. CHURCH*^ A.M.E. 2)0N METHODIST Vaughn L. Adams, pastor Rl. 6, Box 37. Mockavllle Sunday School g.ao a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m. i | ^ i ÜWTED METHOOIST CHURCH M T .^ V C Ш ТНООПТ CHUNCHRt. s. Mocksville1st, 2nd, & Зги Sunday Sunday ^hool 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.4ih Sunday Sunday Sr^ool 11:00 a.m.Worship Service 10:00 a.m.NEW UNKM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH ■‘I. pastor lEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Davio Academy Road Rev. John B. Rowe, pastor 1st & 2nd SundaysWorship Service 10:00 a.m.Church School 11:00 a.m.3rd & 4ih SundaysChurch School 10:00 a.m.Worship Servico 11:00 a.m.5th Sunday Church School 10 oo a mSMITH GROVE UNITED METHOOIST CHURCHHwy. 156 East. Mocksvlle Rev. Bobby G. Swaim. pastor 1st & 3rd Sunday Sunday School 11:00 a mWorship Sorvico 10;00 a m.2nd. 4th & sth Sunday Sunday School t0:00 a.m.Worship Sorvice 11:00 a.m.Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m,UNION CHAPEL METHOOIST CHURCH James Chip Webb, paslor ••1st. 3rd, & Sth Sunday Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Service iv.OO a.m.W ESLEY CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH Advance, N.C.1st Sunday Sunday School 11:00 a.m.Worship Service 10:00 a.m.2nd. 3rd. i 4ih SundaySunday Schooi 10:00 a.m.Worship Servico 11:00 a.m.ZION CHAPEL UNITED METHODISTCHURCHRev. Kermit Shoal, pastor M lftBYTflllANBIXBY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Folk Church Road at Cornatzer Road R. Shane Owens.pastor Sunday Schooi 9:45 a.m.Worship Sorvice 11:00 a.m. 1st & 3id WednesdayBible Study 7:30 p.m.COOLEEMEE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 60 Watts Street-Codoemee Kenneth E. Pollock. Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Sorvice 11:00 a.m.Wed. • Prayei & Biblo Study 7:30 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Leland A Richardson, minister Corner So, Main St. & Lexington Hv^. Sunday School 10:C0 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 i.m . SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 458 Pino St..(van W. Lowery. Paslor Sunday School i9:30 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m.ind & 4th Sunday 9:45 a!m: W IK IY A NLIBERTY WESLEYAN CHURCH A.C. Ctemens. paslor MOCKSVILLE WESLEYAN CHURCH Hospital Sireet. Mocksville David Rollins, PastorSunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship 11:00 a.m.Sunday Evening Worship 6;00 p.m.Wednesday Worship 7:00 p.m. MORAVIANMACEDONIA MORAVIAN CHURCH Rev. E. Hamplon Morgan. Jr., pastor Hwy. 801 Farmington Suiiu^; bbliooi 9:45 a.m.Woiship 11:00 am.Youth Meeting 5:30 p.m.Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 p.m. MORMONChurch Of Je « is Christ Ot Latter Day Saints869 Hardison St.. MocksvilleSunday Meeting 10:00 a.m. • 12 noon SEVENTIMilting Road Sid Mills, pastor Sabbaih School Worship Service Haywood B. Hyatt, » р Ж I i .Support Til« Merchai^ts Who Bring You This Infonnation ii r — Attend The Church Of Your Clioice— PfNUCOSTAL H0I.IMI8« CLARKSVILLE PENTECOSTALLiberty Church Road Rey. Albert Gentle Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Sen/ice 11:00 a m.MOCKSVILLE PENTACOSTAL CHURCH Pastor, Rev. Davki J. Eagle Sunday School 10:00 a m.Worship 1 V.OO a.m.Evening Service 6:00 p.m. NEW CALVARY HOLINESS CHURCH Rt. 7 Turrentine Church Road Mocksville, N.C. 27026 Pastor Evangelist Chailene Lewlb r e d l a n d PENTECOSTAL HOUNESS 10:00 am. Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Evangelistic 7:00 p.m. Wedr)esday Family Night 7:00 p m. Eaton Funeral Home .323 North Main Street Mocksville, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-2148 DAVIE TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO, Ford Farming Sales And Service New Holland Equipmenl Highway 601 Soulh Mooksvllle. N.C. 27028 Phone 634-5969 When you re hi¿ngry fcr a relaxing meal. Hwy. 601 & MO Mocksville, NC Phone 6344)436 C.A. SEA FO R D LU M BER CO. Jericho Hoed Mocksville, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-5148 Compliments of DAVIE COUNTY FARM BUREAU 977 Yadkinville Road Mocksville, N.C. 634-6207 SHEFFIELD LUMBER & PALLET CO. Route 8, Box 153 Mockavllla, N.C. 27028 Pfione 492-5565 JEFFCO CO., INC. In the Hillsdale Community Route 1 Advance, N.C. 27006 Phone 998-8193 FULLER WELDING & FABRICATORS Hwy. SOI S P.O. Box 821 Mockevllle, N.C. 634-3712 MOCKSVILLE SHELL SERVICE 189 Geither Street Mocksville, N.C. 634-5144 Ed Fisher PLUMBING SERVICE Cooleemeo, N.C. 270J4 Export Repairs & New Installation FREE Estimates & Emergency Service 284-2721 Phone 284-2232 (P4USÎIIU > St e e l Fm s h ic a ìin g 122 Wilkesboro SL Mocksville, N.C. 27028 634-2379 Evelyn Haynes & Lewis & Clark Realtors . 6 3 4 - 3 8 3 1, 7 6 8 -16 6 2 O r 1-8 0 0 -4 5 1-0 2 18 D a i ly D e v o t io n 9 :3 0 t o 9 :4 5 a .m . M o n d a y t h r u S a t u r d a y W D S L obituaries DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THUBSDAV, March 9, 1989-9C ' ■ Pearlie Lee Brock M rs. Pcarlic Lee Brock. Route 5, M ocksvillc, died al an early i hour on Thursday, March 2, at her home. She was a native and resident of Davie County and was a nicnibcr o f Cedar Creek Bapti.sl Church. She is su rvived by Iwo : daughters, Catherine Hairston and Ella Horne, bolh o f M ocksville; two sons, George and William Brock, M ocksville; 22 grand­ children; 19 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Lucy Howell ancl Mary B. Blackwell, M ocksville; one brother, Plake L yo n s, , Win.ston-Salem. Funeral services were conducted at 1 p.tn. Saturday, March 4, al Cedar Creek Baptist Church in Davie Counly with Dr. Warner C. Hay officiating. Burial was in the church ccmctcry. Annie Eaton Brower M rs. Annie Eaton Brower, 98. formerly o f Middlebrook D rive, Cleminons, widow of Professor Jam es F. Brower, died Monday morning. M arch 6 at M cadow­ brook Manor. M rs. Brower was born in Davie Counly to Joseph W. and Susan Et­ chison Ealon and had lived her ear­ ly life in Cana, where she had at­ tended the Cana Academy and later completed her high school educa­ tion at the M oravian Boarding Sehool, Clemmons. She furthered her education al Woman’s College, Greensboro, now University of North Carolina al Greensboro. A fter her relirement from her leaching carecr. she played a very insirum enial role w ith the ' establishment o f the Clemmons . Branch o f the Forsylh Counly Public Library System. Funeral ser\'ices were at 1 1 a.m. ■ W ednesday, M arch 8, al V ogler’s ^ Clemmons Chapel by the Revs. ' Burton Rights and David Gilbreth. ■- Burial was in the Eaton Baptist Church Cem etery. Davie County. M emorials may be made to Clem inons M oravian Church, E ato n ’ s B ap tist C h u rch . •M ocksvillc, N .C . 27028 or ihc ' Clemmons Library Fund. Surviving arc; two sisters. M iss M ossa Eaton. Cana and M rs. R .S. ;■ Dunham, Cary; one niece, M iss ' Susan Eaton Dunham, Boston, M ass., and two nephews, Buddy 1 Eaton, M ocksville and Dr. R .S. j Dunham Jr., Richmond, V a. j M r s . S t e lla M . B u r c h e t t e J M rs. Stella M orrison Burchette, f 62. died on Thursday, March 2 , at > H ugh Chatham M em orial > Hospital, Elkin. I She was born on M arch 25, ^ 1926, in Dobson to Sinclair and i Lavora Dinkins Morrison. She was i a member of First Baptist Church, ■; Boonville. She retired from Belk’s ' Department Store, Elkin. ; Surviving are; her husband, 1 Lew is Burchette. o f the home; one : daughter, M rs. Don (Charlene) I Cassidy, M ocksville; one sister, t M rs. Ruth M oxley, Boonville; and ^ one granddaughter. Christina ; Cassidy, M ocksville. ’ Funeral services were Salurday. . • March 4, at 2 p.m. at the First Bap- ■ tist Church. Boonville by the Rev. j Larry Thompson. ; A n g e l a L y n n H o w a r d i Ángela Lynn Howard, 23, Route ; 5, M ocksville, died Friday, March ; 3, at her home. She was employed by Bermuda ; V illage. She was the daughter o f ; the lale Joseph Clay Howard. Surviving arc one brolher. Keilh ; R ay H ow ard, A dvance; two ; sislers. Patricia Ann Gordon and ; W endy Dawn Howard, bolh of ; M ocksville; and her molher. Gail ; Barlow Howard. Greensboro. A private service was held on : M onday, March 6. at Davis , Memorial Chapel, Winston-Salem, i In lieu o f flowers, the family ré- l quests that memorials be made to j Ihe United W ay. ñ M a r g i e J . H u c k a b e e M rs. M argie Jam es Huckabee, ; 6 3, o f 9 13 Hutton St., Winston- Salem , died early Tuesday morn­ ing, Feb. 28, at Forsyth Memorial Hospilal. Funeral services were at 2 p.m . Friday, № rc h 3 , at M acedonia ifti M oravian Church by the Revs. and Ronnie Bai- ty. Burial was in the church graveyard. M rs, Huckabce was born on Ju ­ ly 9. 1925, in Davie County. She was Ihc daughter o f Ihc laic Samuel C. and Bessie Boyd Jam es. She was retired from the Hyatt House, Winslon-Salcm. She wa.s a member o f Macedonia Moravian Church. H er husband. D aniel C . Huckabec, preceded her in death in 1962. Surviving are: one daughter, Ann J. Lowery, Rt. 4, Lexington; three sisters. Nellie Janies King and Laura Jam es Durham, both of Advance and Myrtle James Smith, Yadkinvillc; and four brothers, Floyd Jam es, Seale, A la., Jesse Jam es, W elcome. Richard Jam es, M ocksville and C lay Jam es, Advancc. Charles M. Phillips C h a r le s M c C o y Phillips, 39. o f R oute 8. M o c k s v ille , died Saturday. Feb . 2 5 . at N .C . Baptist H ospital in Winslon-Salem afler a sudden illness. The funeral was at 4 p.m . Tues­ day. Feb. 28, al Eaton's Funeral Home Chapel, conducted by the Revs. Chip Webb and Kalhy T an. Burial was in Chestnut Grove U nited M ethodist C hurch cemetery. Born M ay 19. 1949, in Davie County, Phillips was a son o f J.F . Phillips o f Roule 9 and Beatrice Pennington Phillips o f Roule 5. Employed as a packer with Crown Wood Products, he was a member o f Chestnut G ro ve U nited Methodist Church. Survivors, in addition to his parents, include: his w ife. M ary Lee Peoples Phillips; a daughler. Brandi LeAnn Phillips o f the home; a son. Seth Matthew Phillips o f Ihc home: his slepiiiolher, Lorene Phillips o f Route 9; five sisters. Faye Barneycastle o f Eli- jay, G a.. W ilm a R eavis. Betty H arris and Patsy Bolin, all o f M ocksville. and Carolyn Price o f Clemmons; three brothers. Bobby and Lester Phillips, both o f M ocksvUle, and Jam es Phillips o f Colleltsville, V a.; two half-sisters. Donna Phillips and Vickie M cCur­ dy, both o f M ocksville; and two stepsisters. Renee Stoneman o f M ocksville and Tam m y D aley of Clemmons. C h a r l e s L . R o e d i g e r Charles L . Roediger, 68, Ber­ muda Run, died unexpectedly in' Florida on Feb. 28. M r. Roediger was owner and operator o f C L R M fg.. Inc. He was born on N ov. 30, 1920, in Greensboro to H .R. and Barbara R . Roediger. He lived for a number o f years in Rock H ill. S .C ., where he was active in civic and Scout work. He served in the U .S. Army Air Corp during World W ar II. He founded C L R M fg. in W inslon-Salem in 1965. M r. Roediger served as past president o f the Composite Can and Tube In­ stitute, a national organization. He was a member o f Bermuda Run Country Club and past member of the Board o f Governors. He was a member o f Reynolda Presbyterian Church. Survivors include: his w ife, Peggy Brewster Roediger: three sons, Charles L. Roediger Jr., L arry R o ed iger and G ary Roediger, all o f W inston-Salem; one sister, Ann Ball o f Winter H aven . F la .; and six grandchildren. A memorial service will be held Salurday, March 1 1 , at 1 p.m . al Reynolda Presbyterian Church w ilh the R ev . D ick L ittle officiating. In lieu o f (lowers, the family re­ quests that memorials be made to the Am erican Heart Association. M a g g i e R . S h o r e M rs. M aggie Reynolds Shore, 90, Route 4, Yadkinville, died Fri­ day afternoon, M arch 3, at the Yadkin Nursing Center. She was born in Yadkinville on July 26, 1898. to Ephrim and Em ­ ma Steelman Reynolds. She was a member o f Deep Creek Baptist Church and was married to M r. French Shor^, who died on M ay 17 . 1977. Surviving are: one daughter, M rs. L cslc r (F lo ra) Sh o re, M ocksvillc; six sons. Linney. Fon- zo. Hobert and Herbert Shore, all o f Yadkinville, Ray Shore, Mount Airy and Raymond Shore, M ocks­ ville; 15 grandchildren and 13 gical-grandchildren. A son. Ford Shore, died in 1970. Funeral .service.s were at 3 p.m. M onday. March 6. at M ackie- Genlry Funeral Chapel by the Revs. Allen Barker and Jack Casslevens. Burial followed in the D eep C reek Baptist Church Cemetery. Edison J. Spillman M r. Edison J. Spillm an. 7 1, 50 19 Klondike Road, Walkertown, died W ednesday. March I. al For­ syth Memorial Hospital. M r. Spillman was born on Sept. 24, 19 17 , in Yadkinvillc. Surviving arc his w ife, M ozelle Bennett Spillman, o f the home; two daughters. Belly Jean Lawson, Walkertown and Jackie Gib.son. Winslon-Salcni; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; one brother. John Spillm an, Yadkin­ ville and two sisters. Pearl Smith, M ocksvillc and Boots Fulp, M ocksville. Funeral services were al 2 p.tn. Friday, March 3 , at Vogler’s Main Street Chapel by the Rev. Richard Hicks. Burial was in Gardens of M em ory, W alkertown. Bridge Tournament Continues A fter four rounds o f play, as o f the end o f January, the Davie Fam ily Y M C A Bridge-A-Ram a leaders are as follows; G roup I: N ancy and Jack Shanks, 14,480 pts.; Sally and Fred Crabb, 12 ,18 0 pts. Croup II: Jan Day ;ind Helen Ganll. 1.1..^20 pts.j Pal Bullock and Barb Kollins. 10.500 pts. Group III: M arcóla Crawford and Am y M yers. 10,870 pts.; Ruby Little and Polly Bahnson. 9.690 pts. Group IV : Jean W esley and Ann C o rn w ell. 11.3 4 0 p ts.; Peg M cL au gh lin and E arlen e Ferguson, .10 ,13 0 pts. Group V: Linda Jordan and Kalhy Garner, 1 1 .350 pts.; Patsy Crenshaw and Palsy Brewer. 8.370 pts. The final awards party will be held on Thursday evening, M ay 1 1 , al the Davie County Library. L u c y B . W h i t a k e r Lucy Baker W hitaker, 77, o f Route 2, M ocksville, died M on­ day, Feb. 27, at Rex Ho.spital in Raleigh. The funeral was held at 2 p.m . Thursday, M arch 2, at Oak G rove United Methodist Church, con­ ducted by the Rev. Donald Funder- burke and Dr. B illy Seale. Burial was in the church cemetery. M em orials may be made lo Asbury United Methodist Church, 6 6 12 Crecdm ore Road. Raleigh, N .C . 2 76 13. Born Sept. 22, 1 9 11, in Davie County. M rs. W hitaker was a daughter o f the late A .M . and M amie Evans Baker. A home- rnaker. she was a member o f Oak G rove United Methodist Church. Her hu.sband. W illis W illiam W hitaker, died in 1982. Survivors include: a daughter, Darlene W hitaker W ilkins o f Raleigh; three sisters, Shirley Wall of M ocksvillc, Ruby Couch o f Ur- bana Ohio, and Minnie Ellis o f Pacifica, C alif; a brother, Jake Baker o f M ock.sville; and four grandchildren. Oak Grove Group Elects Officers By L ib Sain Club Reporter The Duette Foster Christian Citizens Group mel Feb. 28 at Oak Grove fellowship hall wilh 18 members and two visitors present. George Ezzard from Cooleemee Methodist Church had charge of the devotions. His topic w as. “ G iving Thanks to God D aily.” O fficers for the new year were elected and JoAnn Martin called at­ tention to several upcoming ac­ tivities at the .senior center. Penny Latham gave a slide presen tation on the R onald M cDonald House in Winston- Saleni. She told how il was started and how it grew . She also iinSWCrCLl The Rev. Lester Keaton dismiss­ ed with prayer. The next mecling will be M arch 28. DAV Plans Bingo Party T h e . D isab led A m erican Veterans and auxiliary will have a bingo party for the V .A . palienls al the Salisbury M edical Center M arch 9 al 7:30 p.m . Beth’s Hallmark Westwood Village Shopping Center (Next To Winn-Dixie) Clemmons, N.C. Drawing For 3 Ft High Stuffed Rabbit With Satin Trim. Come In Today A nd Register _________• D r a w i n g M a r c h 2 5 t h NAME ADDRESS_______________________________ C I T Y _________________ Davie Cliurciies To Observed YMCA Sunday March 12 J Y M C A Sunday will be observ­ ed on Sunday, M arch 12, in chur­ ches across Davie Counly. The D avic Fam ily Y M C A joins in this annual celcbralion wilh Y M ­ C A s around the worid. “ The objective o f this special service.” Sarah W ood, Davie Fam ily Y M C A chairman stales, “ is to increase public awareness of the Christian principles the Y M C A is bajicd on .” W ood and numerous other vol­ unteers will share information about the Y M C A on Y M C A Sun­ day through their church bulletins and personal testimony. “ The Christian emphasis is evi­ dent in Davic Fam ily Y M C A pro­ grams such as the Parent/Child program Indian Guides, before and after school care, and youlh athletic leagues,” Wood said. Although programs al each Y M C A may be different to suit Ihc needs o f the in­ dividual community, the main pur­ pose is always the same: Develop­ ing behavior based on the teachings o f Jesus Christ. ; The Y M C A strives lo strenglhfcn Christian values, to enrich family relationships, and to build heallliy minds, bodies, and spirits for all. recognizing that everyone is a child o f God and worthy o f respect, she said. ■ In memory Of Charlotte Smith God works in mysterious ways this I know. For Charlotte Smilh helped us ail to grow, in spirit and praise she was one of a kind. A replacement of her will be hard to find. We all loved her and she loved us all. But In life as in death we must answer God's call. We don't understand, but this is true. She was a good expamle, for nie, and you. We must carry on and work harder for thee. For we will meet again, in eternity. Marie Wliile . S T A T E . P H O N E . PAT’S INTERIORS *FuU Window Treatment-k •Draperies »Blinds •Lambrequins •Reupholstering of Furniture if Floor Coverings •Carpet «Vinyl •Tile*Hardwood Floors •Parquet — Complete Line of Wallcoverings — See Us At 6 3 9 5 C e p H is D f i v e , C l e m m o n s 7 6 6 - 9 1 6 6 Classes Lingerie in a day - March 17 Battenberg Lace by Machine ■ April 15 Cutwork - March 21 Basic Serging (4 weeks) Evenings April 12 Mornings April 13 T-Shirt Dress • April 10 Intro To Machine Embroidery - March 18 T H E S E W I N G R O O M B E R N I N A ^ F l l 6332 Cephis D r., Clemmons Stffifiing inlo ihr fututr 7 6 6 - 6 2 0 8 X'ill’ Ihr Ouslily o l Ihr ^ i ,t c Clemmons Moravian Preschool S p a n g e n b e rg A v e. C lem m o n s, N .C. Register Now For Fall Classtis . (Opanlnga An Umtttd) li MOTHER’S MORNINQ OUT a g e s 3 m on th s to 2 y e a rs (1-2 -3 P a y s) PRESCHOOL CLASSES fo r 2-2 V2-3-4 y e a r o ld s READINESS CLASS * "for o ld er 4 and yo u n g S y e a r o ld s, 5 d a y s HOURS: 9 TO 12 NOON Monday • Friday Lunch Bunch 12 to 1 p.m. For Information Call: Olorla Pubantz ■ 919-766-7408 1858 1988 SERVICE FUNERAL DIRECTORS 130 Y ears of Servier NATIONAL SELECTED MORTICIANS 4 LOCATIONS 722-6101120 South Main Street 722-6106 29SI Reynolda Road M E M B E R B Y IN VITATIO N CREMATORY SERVICE Clemmons, N.C. 766-4715 Davie Counly Phone Num ber 998-3428 Uxingum 766^717 Middlcbnx)k Drive ClL'nmians 246-2366 405 S. Main Street io c —D A V iE-CO U N TY E N T ER PR ISK R EC O U P . rnURSP_AVj_M arch 9, 1989 , ’’ í¿-* ' '’■>/ 4 ^ ^ .4 - I-o'ivl i \ v‘'i''i^írff'^ 1: ’ '> *^ ^ •.'",''^ '‘ ''•/'■1^ ' H i 'T- ^ r ' ^ I ' C D M S D E R I T A G I I A R A i n i L A '•I i U l“'," fW«dnetcl*y March Sth Thru Sunday March 12,1989 ■/ Monday Thru Saturday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. /I v > 4 ^ ~ ’2-30 p m. to S;30 p.m. <'’ Location: Squire Boone Plaza YadMnvlile Road, Mockavllle, N.C.s^X 1 « S ' « No other store in America ■ ■: has the commitment to everyday low prices that :• Wal-Mart has. For over 25 yeare, Wal-Mait has always ;:. had low prices every day of the week, eveiy week ' of the year on the brands you trust. And we always. ■ ■ will. If you should find an advertised price that’s lower, we’ll meet it. It’s our guarantee. Clear and simple. ; It’s a commitnient from us you can count on. Always. WAL-MART ALWAYSTHE LOW PRICE ON THE BRANDS YOU TRUST A U / w v / s : ; ^ (“ We must exclude one of a kind, gimmicks, double and triple-coupons and per-cents o fr’) i p s-II DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECÒRD, THURSDAY, Mnl-ch 9, 1989-10-* '’. First grade teacher Janelle Potts and sixth grader Sabrina O’Neal help Rebecca Hoose with her reading as part of Cooleemee Elementary program. — Photos by Robin Fergusson W e e k l y R e a d e r s [ C o o l e e m e e F i r s t G r a d e r s t i e a r n F r o m O l d e r S t u d e n t s ■; jC O O LEEM EE — Four elcmcn- litary school students here are also I teachers. jThey’ re h elpin g yo u n ger I students with reading. iSixth graders Kim Beaver, Cissy Latisha Feam ster and I Sabrina O ’Neal go to first grade 1 clisses each week to help their l yc^nger counterparts improve their I reiding. I - : ? ‘They have certain children they read to or listen to them read,” said sixth grade tcachcr, Belinda Garner. “ T hey’re responsible. And they know they're responsi­ ble for what they miss in class.” First grade teacher Janelle Potts asked for the help because her students needed extra time reading which she or aides didn’t have. “ I thought the children w eren ’t reading enough,” Potts said. “ They look forward to it. They want to know whose day it is,” Latisiui Feamster reads to Cooleemee first graders, from front lo baci<, David Eldred, Marc Knott and David Ray. Potts said. "T h ey know these sludenis.” The older children also benefit from the program . Garner said. “ U’s good for their self concept. These kids look up to them ,” she said. Cooleemee has been using the concept for several years. Garner said, with older students helping younger ones with reading, spell­ ing and olher subjects, “ depending on the needs,” Kim Beaver and Cissy Head help Cooleemee first graders, from left, Jeremy Byerly, Erin Stephen Emerson, Mitchell Allen, Shawn West and Meredith Cornatzer. Teacher Belinda looks on. Crotts, Garner t e a c h e r s , J u d g e s I m p r e s s e d W i t h S c i e n c e F a i r E n t r i e s : M ore than 60 percent o f homes in! Advance contain radon gas ieVels above what is considered safe. That’s the conclusion o f North D ivie Junior High School student CBarlie Markland. And his project entered in the an­ nual D avie Schools Sciencc Fair took home first place honors in the junior high division. Second place went lo Kevin Goolsby o f South Davie, with a projcct titled, “ How radiation ef­ fects growth o f Raphanus Satirus. ” Andrea Gentry, Nortli Davie stu­ dent, received third place honors for a project titled, “ Which is the be.st insulator?” In the elementary division, Mat­ thew Young, Pinebrook Elemen- lary fifth grader, won with a pro­ ject: “ Which battery will last the longest — carbon-zinc, alkaline or nickie cadmium. Second place went to Justin Draughn for the project, “ The strongest paper tow el;” while Kim berly Sparks took third for her project, “ The effect o f freezing and soaking on germination o f seeds.” In the senior high division, Mat­ thew Draughn won for his project, “ Transmi-ssibility and absorption o f sound in building m aterials.” Leslie Gardwood was sccond with her project, “ Docs exposure to m icrowaves affect the germina­ tion o f seeds;” while Ihird went lo John Toniel wilh the project, “ How falling water affects water w heels.” Coordinators were South Davio tcachcr Dennis Adam s anil North Davie teacher Susan .Barnhardt. Ju d g es w ere p ro fessio n al engineers, while awards were presented by Jockey International, Duke Power, Crescent Electric and Ingersol-Rand. “ W e’re very fortunate to have such talented people in scientific areas,” Adams said. “ It looks like we have some future scientists here in Davie County and they should be coniniendcd.” ' ' ' f e . r n m m m m i m iSM WWl ifcimKn’Tmtot MocksviUe Middle Schnnl duth grmffr, kwit ovw Parents and students look over Davie County Sciency Fair projects Saturday ut North Davie. I 1» . ■ — Photos by Robin Fergus.son 2D-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, TIIURSDAY, March 9, 1989 Davie Dateline ■ ' ■ -<• . ' i V t J * ■' I Meetings Extensio^ \'si Saturday, March 11 D avic Republican Party con­ vention, 7:30 p.m . al Ihc Davie County Courtliou.se. Election o f party leaders for 19 8 9 -19 9 1. Nominations for state execulive committee and delcgatc,s and alter­ nate delegates lo the Eighth Dislricl and stale Republican conventions. Tuesday, March 14 Davie Cancer Support G roup will meet at 7 p.m . in tlie Davic Public Library conference room. The Rev. Russell Wimmer will speak on Ihc topic, “ Why M e?” The support group meets to ex­ change confidences, discuss pro­ blems and laugh. There is no charge for the meetings. For more information, call Cancer Services Inc. at 1-800-228-7421 or Hospice o f Davie County at 634-0313. Wednesday, March 15 Davie 4-H will hold an organiza­ tional meeting for an Astronomy and Space Science Club at North Davic Junior High School, 7-9 p.m . A ll youth ages 9-19 with an interest in space, astronom y, rocketry or related fields are in­ vited to attend. Parents arc also en­ couraged to attend. Saturday, April 22 D avie C oun ty D em ocratic Convention will be held at 2 p.m . in the courtroom o f the Davie County Courthouse. Party leaders will be elected for I989-I99I. Elected will be county chairman, ■vice ch airm an , secretary, ■treasurer, nom inations fo r ;'members to the state executive committee and delegates to the 'Eighth District convention on M ay '2 0 and the N orth C aro lin a -Democratic convention. Ongoing '■: M ocksvUle R otary Club meets •'every Tuesday at 12; 15 p.m . at the Rotary Hut, Salisbury Street. ; M ocksville V eterans o f Foreign :W ars Post 4024 meets at the Post ;H ut on San fo rd A ven u e, .^Mocksville, 7:30 p.m . the second ^Tuesday oif each month. Veterans V.welcome. t M ocksviUe-Davie Jaycees meet 'levery first M onday at Western •‘.Steer and every third M onday at •;the D avie County Parks and ^'Recreation Department on Sanford ■lAvenue. 7 p.m . .' . Alcoholics Anonym ous, and A l­ t-Anon fam ily group meetings, '.'•Wednesdays, 8 p.tn., B .C . Brock '.-Building lower level. North M ain .‘ ■Street, M ocksville. A m erican Legion Post 174 nionlhly meeting at the Rotary Hut ^second Thursday o f each month at " 7 p.m . Veterans welcome. ;V M ocksville C ivitan Club meets ;; at 6:30 p.m . the second and fourth Monday o f each month at Western Steer. ; ' A dvance M em orial Post 8719 Veterans o f Foreign W ars and Ladies Auxiliary meets each fourth •■Tuesday, 7:30 p.m ., at the post home in Advance. A m eric an A sso cia tio n o f Retired Persons, Davie County ;; Chapter, meets sccond Wednesday :-o f each month at 10:30 a.m . at ■•First United Methodist Church fellowship hall. ; D avie County Right T o L ife ; meets at 7 p.m . on the third Thurs- , day o f each month in the grand jury :room o f the coumy courthouse. ■Call 634-5235 or 492-5723. Cooleem ee M em orial VFW :; Post 1 11 9 meets second and fourlh -Thursdays o f each month, 7:30 '.p .m ., Cooleemee Town Hall. ;. Davie Theatre Com pany meets ; ■ át 7:30 p.m . the third Thursday of ';fcach m onth at the B ro ck ^ Auditorium. L' D avie A rts Council meets at ::7 :3 0 p.m . fourth Tuesday o f each month at the recreation depart- :*m en t, San fo rd A ven u e, ■ M ocksville. ; • > C oriB lh ian L o d g e N o. 17 meete at the lodge, se- o ant.w d fouth Fridays, 7:30 p.m. < № M » * lle M M o iiic L « h e N o . iw cta the first and third Fri- ;*’ day M 7 iM p.m . at the lodge. Í • ’ <*■ For more inrormation on any of these events or activities, contact the Davie Counly Agricullural E x­ tension Ser\'ice office al 634-6297. Tuesday, March 14 E ast D avic E xten sio n llom enuikcrs meet al 10 a.m . al Audrey G ilben's home. R ed la n d Exleii.sion H om em akers nicel at 7:30 p.m. at Bethlehem United M ethodist Church. Gaylene Cook will be ho.slcss. Thursday, March 16 Extension Hom em akers Court W atch D a y, D avic County Courthouse. Monday, March 20 K appa E.\tcnsion Hom em akers meet at 7 p.m . at Louise Cartner's home. Margaret Shew will be co-hostess. Tuesday, March 21 D avie County D H IA ’s (Dairy Herd Improvement Association) annual meeting and awards ban­ quet, 7 p.m .. Western Steer. Guest speaker G eoff Benson will talk about federal and state marketing orders. All D avie dairymen and their spouses are invited. “ F ire and Icc” program at 7 p.m . in the county office building. W ill feature new home fashion col­ ors, color schemes for comfort and a presentation on “ Energy-Saving Gadgets: Do They Really Save M oney?” Public is invited. A d v a n c c E x te n sio n H om em akers meet at 1:30 p.m . M ocks Extension H om em akers meet at 9:30 a.m . at M ocks United Methodist Church. C e n te r E x te n sio n H om em akers meet at 7 :30 p.m . Recreation^ The following events arc offered by the M ocksville-D avie Recrea­ tion Department. For more infor­ mation, call 634-2325. Ongoing M others’ M orning O ut, open to youngsters 3-4 years old, 9 -11:3 0 a.m . at: Chestnut G rove, Thursdays; M ocksville First Bap­ tist C h u rch , M on d ays, Wednesdays and Fridays; and V ic­ tory Baptist Church in Cooleemee, W ednesdays. Ju n io r w restling club, Satur­ days 10 a.m .-noon. South Davie Junior High Gym . Grades 4 and up. Instructor: M ike Coulston. YMCA The following events are offered by the Davie Fam ily Y M C A . For more information, call the Y of­ fice, M -F, noon-5 p.m ., 634-0345. Monday, March 13 Indian Guides organizational m eeting at 7 p.m . at Ihe Brock Building. A monihly opportunity for parent and child to spend quali­ ty time together at no cost. Ongoing Before, after .school child care: M o ck sville E lem en tary, M ocksville M iddle, Shady G rove, Pinebrook. (A ll-d ay care on teacher workdays and vacation days) Square dancing and clogging, Freestyle Swingers, M ondays, 7 p.m ., Arnold Broadway’s home on Davie Academy Road. Call Broad­ way at 284-2766. Open to families, singles, beginners and experienc­ ed dancers. Acrylic/oil painting, M ondays, 7-9 p.m. at The A n Connection on U .S. 601 North. AU levels o fin - stmction. Open to teens and adults. Class limit. Instructor: Nancy Col- lete, 634-2296. Senior E asy Fitness, M ondays, 1 1- 1 1 :2 0 a .m ., Brock Senior Center. Stretching and limbering e x e rcise s. In structor: Ruth Helderman. [ “ Y” Walking Club, M ondiy- Friday, 6-8 p.m ., South D avie Junior High. Open to anyone. Free. .1 Upcoming Classes Registration accepted al Ihc Y of­ fice, Room 2 11 in the Brock Building, or at the first class only. Aerobics: Classes begin the first week of ejich month. M orning acrobics, M ondays, W ednesdays and Fridays, 9-9:45 a.m .. First United Mcthodi.st Church, Sandra Johnson, instructor. $20 fee; Low - inipact aerobics, M ondays and Wednesdays, 6-7 p.m ., M ocksville Elementary. Ann Blackman, in­ structor. S 15 fee; H igh-im pact a e ro b ic s, T u esd ays and T h u rsd ays, 6 :3 0 -7 :3 0 p .m ., M ocksville Elem entary. Karen W ishon, instructor. S I5 fee. ritne.s's L ead er W orkshop, Learn what is involved in putting together and leading safe and ef­ fective exercise classes. Course will be based on the national Y ’s w ay to fitness leader training. Tuesdays, M arch 7 -2 1, 6:30-9 p.m ., M ocksville Elementary, S25 fee. Religion^ Saturday, March 11 Country b reakfast at Fulton U nited M ethodist C h u rch , 6 :30-10:30a.m . Bake sale will also be held. Sponsored by the church’s Spccial Projcci Committee. March 12-14 Elbaville M ethodist C hurch revival. Form er pastor, the Rev. Ed Fitzgerald, will be guest speaker. Saturday, March 18 Farm ington United M ethodist chicken stew supper from 4 :30 lo 7:30 p.m . in the fellowship hall. Donations w ill go toward the church building fund. Church located on Farmington Road at the N .C . 801 intersection. Bethlehem U nited M ethodist pancake breakfa.st from 6:30 a.m . 10 12 :30 p.m ., spon.sored by the youth group. Tickets are available at S3 for adults and $I for children under 12. Children under 3 are free. Proceeds will go toward the Hunger Fund. The church is located on Redland Road between U .S. 158 and 1-40. Ongoing Bingo, M ocksville Rotary Hut, sponsored by Saint Francis o f Assisi Church, each Friday, 7-10 p.m . $100 jackpot. Duette Foster Christian Seniors Club meets fourth Tuesday o f each monlh at Oak G rove Methodist Church, 10 a.m . SeniorCitizens The following events are offered for senior citizens in D avie Coun­ ty in cooperation with the Davie County Senior Center, Brock Building, M ocksville. A ll events are at the cenler unless otherwise noted. Call 6 34-0611 for more information. Thursday, March 9 V C R m ovie about the North Carolina Senior Gam es, noon. Friday, March 10 Shopping day for all vans. Monday, March 13 Senior band m eets at noon to reorganize and practice. Tuesday, March 14 P arty for seniors celebrating M arch birthdays. Wednesday, March 15 N ew G eneration clubs meet at the nutrition center at noon. Bingo after meeting. Thursday, March 16 Sen io r’s M orning Together will hold first meeting al 10 a.m . at Cenler Community Building. All interested senior citizens invited to attend. M ovie at noon, a filmed tour o f Dublin, Ireland, in honor o f St. Patrick’s Day, at senior cenler. Monday, March 20 Exercise at 11 a.m .;.Iudy Bates will speak lo luncheon group al noon. Tuesday, March 21 M usic and songs by Louise Slroud and Lew is Phillips, Ongoing E xcrcise for seniors, every M onday, 11- 1 1:2 0 a .m ., at the B rock C enler. No shopping on Thursdays. All vans will go shopping on Fridays. R .S .V .P . S e w in g B ee on Thursdays, 9 a.m .-l p.m . March will be M ovie Month with a short film show n at 1 1 :4 5 each Thursday. T ax-A ide at the B rock C entcr each Thursday from 11 a.in. to 3 p.nt. through tax season. Miscellaneous Saturday, March 11 Country-style breakfa.st at the Jericho-H ardison Ruritan Club on Green Hill Road, 5 :3 0 -11 a.m . Sausage, eggs and pancakes will be served. Sausage for sale on the preceding Thursday and Friday nights. InflieSchook Thursday, March 9 Schools staff meeting, 10 a.m ., board room. Friday, March 10 School H ealth A dvisory Coun­ cil, 11:3 0 a .m .-l:3 0 p.m ., board room. Give Your Business A Powerful Connection. Increase your company's productivity with the office automation system that connects your employees and lets their PCs share information and peripherals-a Novell NetWare* local area network powered by a NetWare operating system. Give your business the power of a NetWare network and watch your company’s productivity and efficiency grow. John Sheek M i c r o T e c h P.O . Box 9 4 1, M ocksville, N .C . (919)998-7553 N O V E L L. Saturday, March 11 S A T adm inistration, Davic High School. Monday, March 13 M oeksviile Elem entary P T A , 7 p.m . Thursday, March 16 D avie High School band con­ cert at 7:30 p.m . in the high school gym . D avie High M arketing Educa­ tion Department will present a l'a.shion show entitled, “ Style ‘89,” at 7:30 p.m . in the South Davic Junior High Ihealer. Admi.s.sion charge is S2. Friday, March 17 St. P atrick’s Day dance, 7-10 p.m .. South Davie Junior High School. Monday, March 20 , D avie H igh A d visory Council meets at 7 p.m . ; Tuesday, March 21 ; N orth D avic Ju n io r H igh Ad­ visory Council meets at 7 p.m . Wednesday, March 22 N C A E m eeting at 3:45 p.m .:at the Davie Public Library. Reunions Tuesday, March 28 ]\ C lass o f 1959 , Davic County High School, reunion planriing m eeting at W estern Steer Restaurant at 7 p.m . Any class members interested in helping plan reunion arc asked to attend. For more information, call Priscilla Clark at 634-8307. You should hear what you’re missing. The cusiom -m ade is comfortable, inconspicuous, and lits entirely within your ear! SeeAl:Oellone Hearing Care Centers 281 N. Main Stieel, Mocsiiville, N.C. Next Wednesday From 10.00 am ■ IZ noon R E P L A C E Y O U R O L D 100% VINYL — TILTS IN FOR EASY CLEANIH.Q W I N D O W S i A V i r ,000 AND MORE wnH • W DOUBLE QLASS • NIQHT LATCHES• SAFETY CAM LOCKS• 8WIQQLESEAUNQ :FUCCMCNT WINDOWS • 10YR. Q l . ^ WARRANTY• RK3tDANDTQUQH• INTERLOCKINQ SASHES • MANY STYLES V IN Y L S IP IN G I V * л о о о COVER A a YOUR WOOD TRIM LIFETIME W M IUNTV — INtTAUJID NOW IS THE TIM ETO BUYI •cAr p o h t s.PATIO COVERS .RAIUNQ • AVVNIN(3S• STORM DOORS a W IN D OW FREE ESTIMATE! 768-5430■ WINtTON-SALBM | TOLL FRKE •00-а4а-в2Йб ■ ■ SIDINQANDWINIX)WSMUMMWU < «МП HOUC «MOItMCNri SHOWROOM: 2616 S. STHATFOWD RD. M O C K S V I L L E S H O W R O O M f i O A . i Q 5 6w in ow OAK s SMCHn>iN(, ( IM V» I ^ ^ L i f e S t y l e Yesterday — Today Hwy. 158 At Hampton Rd. Clemmons, N.C. 766-3350 _ ' Visa MasterCard c [n i Ameritan Express Sat, 10-4 Accepted A n n o u n c e s N e w A r r i v a l s y Weathered Primitive Farm Animals *4’* & Up V Stuffed “Attic” Dolls, Buiinies, Bears, Etc. *5®* & Up y “Life Style’s Own” Pecan Mold Collectibles A ls o F e a tu r in g P V C P i p e F u r n i t u r e •Lowest Prices In Town •O ver 50 Fabric Patterns •Lightweight, durable, iiiiiinnum care N o w T a k i n g S p r i n g O r d e r s Bring This Coupon and finalize your order or layaway now for an additional 5 % d is c o u n t Coupon Expires April 15, 1989 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9. 19g9-3D i OSES y I*lac9 fo r ^ L a w n « r i6 a r d e i S a l e P R E C i S m i M Davie native Don “ Slugger” Miller with Step-N-2 album and compact disk, available at Potts Texaco. — Photo by Robin Fergusson D a v i e N a t i v e S t e p p i n g i n t o W o r l d O f R o c k A n d R o l l ^ 99.97 Reg. 139.97 Precision® trailer dump cart. Features 10 cu. ft. capacity, recessed removable tailgate and easy dump lever. ■'; By Mike Barnhardt Davie County Enterprice-Record Step into Slugger’s world. It’s a world o f guitars and ;; keyboards, drums, a saxaphone " and computers. It’s a world o f albums, cassettes, compact disks and posters. It’s a world o f lazer lights and ''•sinoke machines, weekends in col- .••legc auditoriums. ■; * Step into Slugger’s world and I '■■you find Step-N-2 — a rock/pop j - tnusic band centered around the I . '-music o f Davie native, Don “ Slug- i , ger” M iller. | J “ Real W orld” is the title o f the |! '. group’s first album, named after i. bne o f Ihe songs. Slugger, the on- ^•ly identification given for M iller on E '- llie album jacket, wrote or co- K :^V rote and pranged and produced o f the songs. You keep telling everybody, that J things are OK i Everything looks lovely on the J society page Through tinted windows of a ; Mercedez-Benz ■' You can see what you »unt to, atid ; ' the fun never ends ; The album cover shows a man j walking “ from Roger Rabbitt land i into downtown sleaze,” Slugger J said. “ It’s not really a political ; song, it’s just; Look at all these ; terrible things, you should at least have an opinion.” The Counlry Club is charming, a ' hiding place so chic ; Starving world at your doorstep, ; but don ’/ take a peek ; Detour 'rowul Ihe easl side, an eye ; sore it's true : Wonder why ihey don ’l do ; something to hide il from you ; . Can you pacify the man? ; , liand him a token donation wiih a ; ■ manicured hand ; ■ 'Con you search for the blame? ; Nobody's fault now whal a shame • Can you sit idly by and not feel the I pain? i' Someday you'll be sorry girl, When you Imve to take a Step-N-2 j': the Real World 'i - ■ - Slugger grew up in Davie Coun- i; ty, and attended Davie High School ff ' throiigh the'lOth grade, when he C amoved to'Greensboro. Ifi' A n o t^ r song, “ Passion for |||F B sh ibn ," is getting radio airplay. A'ljtt's ilio be«n released on a cassette The 'wlible thing is slick and r^fe^i^^' Sluter said. “I Who: Step-N-2 Where: Catawba College When:*’ March 18 think w e’ll do great. This band is squeeky clean.” The band includes Slugger on guitar and keyboards, Patrick Gray singin g lead vocals and on keyboards, C .J. DeBurg on bass guitar and background vocals, Jim ­ m y Collins playing drums and per­ cussion, and Brad Hubbard on the saxaphone. Step-N-2 was created in M arch o f 1988 by M ark Black, owner and engineer o f The Dungeon Recor­ ding Sludio and Slugger. It took eight months to build. “ It started with my idea and M ark’s desire,” Slugger said. “ M e and M ark founded the record label (Nemesis Records).” The band is sidestepping the bar circuit — going straight to college cam pus gym n asium s and auditoriums. The $60,000 stage production includes lazer lighls, smoke and a choreographed show. Slugger, however, has played the bars for the past six years — in country and hard rock bands. T he hard rock left him frustrated. “ 1 spent all Ihis time writing songs and nobody could understand what we were saying,” he said, "T hat left me very frustrated. “ A lol of the stuff on Ihis album, I had the ideas for a long time, but I didn’t have the vehicle to do it with. “ It’s my best effort. When I was through, I had no regrets about do­ ing this,” he said. The band is playing college cam­ puses in the Southeast this spring, and hopes to include border states in the fall. . "Through the spring, w e want to let people know who we are,” he said. “ I think w e’ll do great, we have so far.” Peaches record store in Winston- Salem sold 30 units o f Step-N-2 w ork the first w eek it w as available. Because there are no music ^outlets in D avieCounty. Step-N-2 is selling ils wares at Potts Tcxaco Convenience Store in Hillsdale. •Slugger is going around lo radio stations asking for air time. The radio stations arc obligalcd lo help local talent, and Step-N-2 is ahead o fth e competition. Slugger said. “ Local artists don’t have this much polish, com pact disks and a m arketing com pany.” W K Z L and KlSS-Fam are tak­ ing requests for “ Passion for Fashion,” Slugger said. At concerts, 15 percent o f ticket sales goes to Ihe Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. There’s a song called “ Dear A lbert” about two friends. One gels in trouble, the other gets away. Me and Albert crossed our hearts Swear to God stick a needle in your eye Best friends never to part, never cry Skipped a class smoked a cigarette Or something beller when it came around Talked aboul the girls we never have in a small town Sixteen Albert got a car Primer grey, bul loud and fast Wend down the strip wilh some dirty girls and no cash Eight years Albert watched my back I had the brains, he luid the balls When the blue lights came / slipped by ’cause Albert took the fall He went to ihe counly farm, when I wenl to the city school He learned lo be hard and mean, while I learned lo play il cool Dear Albert I can see you peering ihrough ihose bars Same old dirty grin you gave me through the window of lhat car Dear Albert please forgive me I'm crying when I say Dear Albert I'm dying oul here, and I'm the one who goi away Got some breaks and moved ahead Uptown to finer things Told Albert I gave my best girl a diamorul ring Al the altar on my wedding day Albert Iried to make a gel away They ran him down a block from Ihe church as we bowed to pray I talked with Albert he sounded strange I went to see him yesterday He found his freedom at the end of a rope and I just walked away Me and Albert crossed our hearts Swear to God stick a needle in your eye Best friends never to part never cry Reg. 10.97 60 tt. by 5/8 in. rubber & vinyl hose. Truck tire cord reinforced, heavy duty nylon locked-knit reinforcement. - Î 5 . 9 7 » ' ““ ■ W ■ Reg. 6.97 Stern's Miracle-Qro water soluble plant food. Formulated for all vegetables, all flowers, roses, tomatoes, shrubs and more. Reg. 3.97 10-10-10 lawn and garden tertillzer.Great for lawns, shrubs, trees and , , more. 40 pound bag. l\/lfrs. may vaiy. p i| 18.97 Reg. 25.97. Model 2208 ' front winding hose reel features 150 ft. hose capacity. PROFESSIONAL MIXPOniNG soil PROFESSIONAL H MIX M OI SUITING sou P I ^ 2 . 5 0 „ . 3 . Hyponex'^ professional mix potting soli.Ready-to-use. No ammendments necessary. 16 quarts. _______ Reg. 2.47 IWo gallon watering can.Great for using indoors or outdoors._________________ Reg. .84 I Cape Cod wood picket fence. Great for small plants I and shrubtjery. Reg. 4.97 Melnor® model 440C Water-Saver Aqua-Gun'^’ with three-way Turret. Kentucky 31 Tall Fescue, The WONDER GRASS, lâÆ -----------------R eg . 10.97 Seven-shelf plant stand., Made of wood. A decorative as well as iunclional accent. 40 Lb. Bag Pelletized Lime 2/5.00 N e w T o w n e C e n t e r (Mr, nm, M, t Ml, 2501 Lewisville-Clemmons Road. Clemmons___________ 4D-DAV1E COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9, 1989 T h r e e S e r v i n g A s G i r l S c o u t P a g e s I n R a l e i g h Jennifer Nelson of Advancc, Tracy Long o f Yadkinviile, and Karry Davidson o f M ocksville ; have been appointed to serve as ■ Girl Scout Pages in Raleigh dur­ ing Girl Scout W eek, March ' 12 -18 . : M iss Nelson is sponsored by and ; will serve in the officc o f Betsy .‘ Gochrane. l'; M iss Long is sponsored by and will serve in the office o f Rep. John Brown. , M iss Davidson is sponsored by and will .serve in the officc o f Rep. Julia Howard. The Page Program is a Girl Scout “ Wider Opportunity" which gives girls an opportunity to learn aboul slate government. The Page Program has operated in Norlh Carolina every year sincc 1981. G irl Scouts .SLTviii}; as pufits in cludc, from left, Seren a P er- ryiium , Siiziuinc T iillty, Kazan Faye/., L au rie K ey, K iirry O avid- .soii, .leiiiiifer NeI.son, M arcy S a iu ls, K a th y Davi.s, M iriam W hitlow and 'I'racy Lonn. Each Girl Scout is assigned a number o f Page appointments. Then the Council selccts girls to serve and helps them prepare for the week in Raleigh. Housing ar- rangcments are made, travel is coordinated, uniforms bought or borrowed, and walking shoes packed. Girl Scout Troop 380 M em bers To B e H onored On Girl Scout Sunday, March 12, 16 Junior Girl Scouts from Troop No. 380 will receive the God and Fam ily Award. This award is the second unit o f Ihe God and Country program series. The God and Country series is built on the idea that young per­ sons need lo grow in Iheir understanding of what Christians believe, to see how others have translated their beliefs into action, and to discover how they can put Iheir own beliefs into aclion in their homes, their church, and their comniunity, and to celebrate God's gift o f family and G od's presence in their various relationships. The presentation ceremony will take placc during the worship hour at the First United Methodist Church in M ocksville. All the members of Junior Girl Scout Troop No. 380 will be participating in the worship service with the R ev. Don Lloyd. Linda S. Dwiggins and M arlene B. Shamel, troop leaders, will pre­ sent the God and Family pins to the following girls: Haley Beck, Am y Call, Am an­ da Dwiggins, Jennifer Giles, Marci H icks, H olly H ill, Shannon Holmes, Holly Landry, Allison Little, Nicolc M onsees, Laura Prillam an, Leah Raynor, April Sham el, Elizabeth Tutterow, L o ri. Vogler, and Erika Sum mers. PLEASE LET МЧ ВЕАК1Б OXAE TDDM.» I PRDWSE I IftoNT EVER. BE BAD №n n ; r iL do WWOBÍER ^ 'too WANT.' РШ.5Е, Р1ЕЛЗЕ, PlE>SE.' rU NEVER. ASK MtoTHER FAVOR. IF TO0A4S TVE PAV 1 GET MV BEAK\E.' T 6С6Ц, lONTWAITTOGCr : ж ВЕЖ\Е! I HOPE IT 0j№5 : SODM. o o tw T H m iT m ? ir s w s w t í ВЕа^Ашсет а х XEEKS w MW, оокТ ïtWTHll«.? rORDERED № RED BEANIE. BurvttiAT \Fife NOTIHsrax? SHOULD r TAKE THE BWE ONE, oRVArt PlRTKEIATD REORDER? A BLUE 0£W «lD BEQK,r<30E‘=6,»JTlSUBE HOPETtiVUAVEAREPCHE. VHW’S IT TAKE, HUH-?' I'VE ALMWS WHTED A 6EAi«E U№T«\S, VtlW A PRCPEOER. BOI. n U BESDffict-VtHEH I HAVE IT. I CAHT V«T. WW A UEO BEA«1E.' ..0Й. A ВШЕ ОЫЕ. DO W TWNK IT W\U. COKE. TOKOKSSM? 00400? IT HAD \ Ш\\. TONtS m i SURE \ 1 HEL,TOO. ВЕПЕЙ.. 1 ..... 4 r 1 WE ШН5ЕЙ.Ю)У»1Т FOR THE MAIL, Ш L E S^m E JíE Sm IT. I c m BELIEVE -т\5. E(EK( nw I GET АЦ. ж HOPES OP, -mwwus vrt BEAH\E MIU. Q3ME.... МЮТ№Н\Т 006544. AHO в* EACH DA'» W (ЗСЕЬ В<, I FIGURE THE ODDS A(E BEraiTMW ff WlltCDMETOE^iXrPM.SO W HOPES GET HffiWER AHD HIGHER BCftRE Ш fWi.., ITS AHFUL. BUT I'VE BEEH PISAPPOWTED SO ofTEH m , I'M RNAlf< QEmt«KUMB TO IT. MAVBETWE HNLHMHADE AStCBKOTR\P TOWV AND DEUVEPED IT IN THE LAST F\VE WHUTtS. УШ.' 1 ^ №(ES.W ae(T OF TIIAT.' C'MON.' HE'S HOT NUWB. NEW YORK WEEKEND May 13 & 14 Deludes: Airfare Hotel Transfers *189 Per Person Call Judy Grubb — 998-4831 Ann Spray — 384-4373 3.9-ttp Htai Eitoto Maikrtltf 410 Motm SI., MoekmHto SWFORD RD. ■ Aman 1* / wain MARCOHI ST. 3 BR, 1Й BA, с*])«. Cm«. musl sell. Reduced to*M,ООО. BETHEL CHRUCH RD. 2 BR, 1 BA, carport, lenced yard, well kept home. 45,000. SANFORD о 1с еги !а Ш Ш Ш а9 вЧ 0 ,0 0 0 . ADVANCE ■ PopJar Sutximsion 2.19 aces< 210.25 n. road Irontage on slate road 1628 <13,500. Joseph Etchison, Вгоки - 634-1762. IH НОЦЕ. I 0 Ш Щ - m пвкйщ ВШ Е WkWk.' IT ТСХЖ. ViEEVS AND XEEXS OF УЛтМб, ВУТ KT IÛHS LAST IT'S HERE.' NOW I FINAH.4, «W«4ir GET TO fVlT ITOH! 'SoKfeASaASW REQUIREO. e*ITtR\ES NOT WCIUOEO.' DAVIE COUNTY Our Specialty/O ur County HOWARD REALTY, & Insurance 330 s. Salisbury Street Corner of Hwy. 64 & 601 Mocksville, N.C. OFFICE HOURS Mon.-Fri. 9-6 Saturday 9-1 Sunday By A ppointm ent (704) 634-3538 Agency, Inc. Julia Howard 634-3754 Connie Kowalske 634-6343 Jackie Hall 634-1155Jane Whlllock 634-5704 M.J. Randall 634-5S29 Linda Daughtrey 998-3S42 Mike Hendrix 634-0390 C.C. Chapman 634-2534 Diane Foster 634-5692 Jan Hatley 634-0129 (919) 998-6463 Feature Of The Week SOUTHWOOD ACRES - Brick & wood split foyer on large corner lot. Home leatures 5 bedrooms, Vh. balhs, kitchen, dining room, living room wilh fireplace, family room with fireplace, den, two car attached garage and large deck. Excellent condition and assumable loan. *84,500. -HOMES- CAMPBELL ROAD - In lown location - house needs remodeling, will make good rental property. 2 BR, 1 BA, LR & Storage. Only «12,500. WILL BOONE J YM" starter home or rental property J Щ >I garage. Grainery - smoke house. >28,000 324 DEPOT STREET - 2 bedroom, 1 balh on private street. »30,000 HICKORY STREET COOLEEMEE - 3 bedroom, 1 balh - Good investment property. >28,000 NEW LISTING — OFF CALAHAN ROAD - Excellent starter home, 2 bedroom, 1 balh, completely remodel­ ed, new heat pump, vinyl siding, 1 acre, owner finan­ cing. >31,900. RIDGE ROAD - New double wide with over 1000 sq. It. on Vl acre. Home features 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. All major appliances & some furniture. Great buy for retired couple. *35,000. SHEFFIELD PARK - Brick Exterior. Ranch with price appeal. Electric h e a t f j «, carpeting, den, eat- in kitchen, 3 BR, s id Q Z U L X i windows and large storage barn. Move in immediately. This is a real buy. >42,000 MARCONI STREET - This tri-level home wilh over 1300 sq. ft. has4 l . 'I П ^ .4i i room, liv­ ing room, eat-in-kitchen, 3 BR & IVa BA, storage room & utility room. *42,500 SRI 348 - Lovely brick rancher wilh 3 bedrooms, 1 'Л baths in rural setting - neutral colors - great buy al •42,900 NEW LISTING — AVON STREET - neat 3 bedroom brick home with basement. Home features hardwood floors, new сафе1 in LR. New linoleum In kit., freshly painted inside, conveniently located. *46,000 MILLING ROAD - This 3 BR, 2 BA brick veneer ranch also features a large LR & DR combination with an eat-in kitchen and 18 x 11.5 family room wilh fireplace. Also included is a one car attached garage and 20 X18 detached garage. All this with convenient In town location for only *52,900. BRACKEN ROAD - Nlce3BRbrickhomelocatedon approx. 1 '/г acres, with draperies, range, refrigerator and stove. Out buildings. Partially wooded lot. *59,900. 601 NORTH - Lovely fireplace to keep you cozy in this 3 BR, 1 BA, LR & den on lovely wooded lot. *59,500 JERICHO CHURCH RD. • Country setting with con­ venience to town. 3 BR brick home with full basement on 6.33 acres. Many fruit trees, double garage in basement. *69,900. PETE FOSTER RD. - Move In conditton. This lovely 3 BR, V h bath home on 1.63 acres has a new roof, new carpet, freshly painted, fireplace in den off the kitchen, storage bidg., lovely shrubs & shade trees. All for only *69,900 -------------------------COMMERCIAL MOCKSVILLE • Looking for gas station plus con­ vience store? We have one available - Call for details. HWY 601 • 100 X SOO commercial lot In prime loca­ tion. *90,000. QREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNrrV - 2 houses (In great shape) plus a convenience slore on approx. З'Л acres - zoned lor Central business on Sanford Avenue. *175,000. ------------------------------------LOTS COUNTRY LANE - 6 + acres with 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, full basement, over 1300 sq. ft. Heat pump and wood stove, Jenn Air range. *69,900. NEW LISTING - Luxury at a price you can afford. Lovely neutral colors, 3 bedrooms, 1 Vs baths, LR with FP, family room, deck. Central heating and air, im­ maculate home wilh 1670 sq. ft. All this for *69,900. GODBEY RD. - Secluded ranch type home with lull bsmt, sited on 5 acres. Home features 2500 sq. It., 4 BR (master BR is 23x21) 2 full baths living room (24x23) kit., canning kit. and more. The garage Is 40x28, Ihere is a storage bMg. and a small barn, (up lo 34 acres available) All this for only <89,900. Or a total of 34 acre* for *135,000. NEW LISTING - FOSTER ROAD (Off NMdtnora Rd.) - Farmhouse with 3 bedroom, 2 baths, vinyl siding, on 20 acres. 40x36 horse bam. 40x12 milk­ ing barn, 40x15 holding pen, 20x20 storage bidg. 20x15 shed. House has new hot water heat & new plumbing. Entire acreage is fenced. Creek on proper­ ty. Well maintained. >89,900 1124 YADKINVILLE ROAD - ZONED HIGHWAY BUSINESS — 3 bedroom 1 bath with large living room & dining room situated on 100x400 lot. Next door to Capt. Stevens Seafood. *92,SOO. MAIN STREET - 3.8 acres in the heart ol Mocksville wilh a 2300 sq. ft. home. This 3 BR, 2'A BA home features hardwood floors, plaster walls & ceilings, ceramic tile balhs, one brick fireplace, one marble fireplace, screened porch, central air, circle drive and much more. *96,500 WOODLAND SHOWPLACE - Sensational Contem­ porary on hilltop site. Under constructkin, superbly sited on 1.81'e acres, on streamside site. Skylights, thermal glass, winding drive. *129,900. NEW LISTING - OFF CALAHAN ROAO - Exquisite V/2 Story A-Frame, with full finished basement, situated on 8 acres, wooded, private. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, lots of living space. 2 fully equlped kitchens, wrap around deck, wood stove connected to furnace, hot tub and many more extras too nunnerous to men­ tion, owner financing. *139,900. NEW LISTING - Your dream home is watlng. Better than new - 1 year old, hardwood floors, exquisite decor, 3 bedroom, 2Vi baths, Florida room, 2 FP's. full basement plus large lot In Country Lane Estates. *139,900 JERICHO-HARDISON RD. - 2 story home surround­ ed by 5 wooded acres, home features 4 BR, 3 full baths, large eat-in-kitchen, formal DR, large formal LR, full basement w/family room, 2 FP's, Dbl. garage, large storage building, many amenities. S144,900 OFF JERICHO CHURCH RO. - SPLENDID CHARM • Gorgeous country brick ranch on 4.89 acres. Securi­ ty system, 2 fireplaces, central air, country kitchen, 3 BR, 2 BA, large screened porch, deck, family room (plans for 4th bedroom & 3rd bath) two car garage, horse barn, fenced & cross fenced. Also included Is a beautiful craft shop. All this only minutes from 1-40 and town. PRICED REDUCED *144,500. PROPERTY---------------------------------— 601 NORTH - Good location for business. 3 BR, 1 balh house on 1.7 acres. Would make jgood invest­ ment property, *99,000 HWY 158-16 plus acres Ihat could be rezoned for business. Presenlly there is a 2 BR, 2 BA, home Ihat is used as a rental. $100,000 HWY 601 - tion. *90,000." f t L A N D > - > ----------------------------- NEW LISTINQ — WATER FRONT LOT ON HIGH ROCK LAKE - Partially wooded, water available. Shores Landing Area. *19,000 КМЫм OHn • ew M i RM«y U М Ц - 0ЙС>ипуМ11М.>11мЬЧ.<М-тоЬ. hofflHiNowM,500 ' ~ НИ Rd.. 1 A tft » ■ bIdQ. tot...............*5.000 Trw BIdg. Lot »6,200 HobMn R0âd...,^:± ± ^..:f...................1.87 Ac. »7,500 Tot « Gwyn St.........................................................»7,500 HlekOfy Hill.........................................Falrwiy Lot «9,500 Hospital Slreel Ext........................................Lot »10,000 Hickory Hill..................................Lake Front Lot »10,000 Cana Road.....................................................^Swann р^Я11.Ч-т^:»>^»Т^П7ТТ.Я17ад1 Дс. »29,535 Eaton Road.............................................8.71 Ac, »75,000 v .rii,in u iii»l I :JC T FirT J»* f ■ 100x500 »90,000 Highway 64 Ea«t.......................................46 Ac. »73,600 Hwy. 158..................................16 Ac. + House »100,000 N. Cooleemee....................................114.5 Ac. »143,000 Needmore Rd..........................................................»2,800 -RENTALS- SANFORD AVE — WAREHOUSE SPACE FOR RENT - Features convenient location, 10x8 overhead door, lights, 800 sq. II. - *175°* per Month. J DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9, I989-5UV ' fS M t . O l i v e C e l e b r a t e s ; “ Sunday School Ycsierycar” was presented at Mt. Olive United Methodist Church on Sunday. M arch 5, at 10 a.m . Mt. O live began Sunday School more than 100 years ago in an old log barn on the “ Old Georgia R o ad ," at a site which is just southwest o f the present church. Allen W hitaker, superintendent : o f the Sunday School, opened the servicc. A song written by Mrs. Ed (^rma) Allen opened the program. Tiie song “ One Hundred Years A go” was rendered by Dorothy Athan wilh Flora Smith al the ; piano. ;• Robert Raikes, a Christian J newspaper editor during the 1780s [in England and who began (Sab- ! bath School), was played by Jack ! Smith. Robin Dixon portrayed i Charles W esley and John W esley ' was portrayed by Harrelle Tedder. ;: The primary and junior classes ' composed o f Buffy Hawks, Der- ;'rick Petree, Holly and Heather ; Hoots, Angie and Shannon Keaton, . E m ily and Jarratt White and Sun- ; hi Davis portrayed the children o f 'England. Teachers were PaLsy ■iGoss, Lettie W hitaker, and Anne ¡M 'hite. Libby Fulk represented Ihe ;"dissenters of England. I' Arthur “ A l” Hudson was nar- I ralor for the questions which were ; iisked at the 1 888 Sunday School ¡ 'Convention o f Yadkin County. J '¡Four Corners ; :By Marie White ;.Four Corners Correspondent ;; W e extend our sincere sympathy ; to the Raymond Shore family in the ‘■teccnl loss o f his mother. M r. and Mrs. William Ratledge, ; ^ r . and M rs. Tom m y Baity and ¡C in d y, and .Л.С. Ratledge Jr. i ,visited A .C . Ratledge Sr. and Ed- ¡pa M ae Ratledge during the ;jveekend. ; f Joe While visited Joe Carr Harpe ;^lon day afternoon. She is slow ly ; im proving at home after undergo­ in g heart surgery last week in .W inston-Salem . The Sunday School o f four teachers teaching in the sanctuary was re-inacled. Dorolhy Athan, Lizzie W illiard, Hattie W illiard, and Johnny Williard were teachers. Veliiiii and Grady Williard were recognizcd as having a combined lolal o f 77 years lo Mt. Olive Sun­ day School. A plaque will be plac­ ed in Ihc Fellowship Hall in their honor. A scroll containing Ihe names o f all who give lo Iho Im­ provement Fund in Iheir honor dur­ ing Ihe 1989 year will also he plac­ ed in Ihe Fellowship Hall. This scroll will be presented lo Grady and Vclnia al Ihc end ofth e 1989 year. Pal Smilh was narralor. Leonard Realty 34 Town Square 704-634-3875Щ M O U ILK IIO M K L O T • 100Ч215 J,ot • Scpllc tank iiiul well. *9,800 IN D U S IK IA I. - 4.2 iicres with rullroad rroiila^c. Locutvd in M.K:ksvillc. »42.000 D A V Ili S TR K K T - Newly remodel- ed 2/3 bedroom home. IfardwiMKÍ noors. Л real buy. *30,500 601 N. Z O X K I) H K illW A V BUSINESS • 100x400 l^il with hrick home. *115,000. IN rO W N - CciUrnI Husiness Zon- ji»« bol 245 X 200 - '24,(ИЮ FO R EST LA N E - 2 HR, I НЛ home un large lot with stream. New Fur­ nace, and plumbln}*. Priccd for quick .sale. RED UCED *32.000. C O U N TR Y LA N E • Lar«e buitdinR lot wilh .septic tank. *17,000 V A D K IN C O . - Older restored home w ith асгеацс, stream. *68,900 IN TO U 'N - 3 l»cdr«orn brick ran­ cher, carport, basenwnl. A real buy *39,900. 601 N . - 4 bednmm, 2 bath home, living п ю т, dinin}* п ю т, Basement on u lar}>e lol. convenient location. *115,000 D O W N TO W N BUSINESS L O T - and Warehouses or building for small husiness. Lots of pouibiHtfes. Owner anxious PRICE R ED U C ED $20,000. L IB E R TY C H U R C H RD. - 3.8 acres - uo<KJcd - building or mobile home lot $9,500. Otber Homes & Land Available Linda Le<mard 704^34<3650 Cynthia Apresto 704^i34~4140 N EED N EW LIS riN G S Place Realty, Inc. All Your Building & Real Estate Needs ' vV-HOMES ;ii3e,ow' 1 OUUN RD. • Quiet living in this 3 bedroom Mckhome.Situatadonll.41 acres off of Mill-’ . inji Roadj ttiis twme is very private. A must «Ш.900 PmEBROOKORWEAOVANCE<3t)edroom •b; brick home on 4 acres with a stream in l)acl<. ’ Many extras including artesian well, swimm­ ing pool, horse barn, large decl(, b u r^ alarm &more. LAND $1,200 per acre OFF DUKE W HIHAKER RO. - 21.25 acres of level land. Sewn in Pines approx. 15 years ago. 12.600 per acre OLD GEORGIA RO. • 46.74 acres witii road frontage. Possbile larger tract available. Call for more details. * $50.000 GUN CLUB RD. ADVANCE • 3.78 acres. Beautiful piece of land just perfect to build on. BUSINESS $69,500 f t ' N. MAIN STREET MOCKSVILLE • Pric­ ed below tax value. Building iias excellent rental income & positive casii flow. Possi­ ble owner financing. Call today. 11« Depot StiMt, Mocksvlllt ' i O a M IL T O N . ВгЫ ш г 0 y ^ J ^ ^ r p H , ШЮШ 634-2252 634-0110 634-1627 634.143» мм-аб32 L i f e s t y l e H O M E S & R E A L T Y , I N C . 8 1 8 S o u t h M a in s t r e e t (7 0 4) M o c k s v ille , N .C . *---------^ „ Office Hours: M onday - Friday 9 - 7: Sal. 10 - 4; Sun. 2 - 4 634-0321 ■k Feature Of The Week ★ OFF EATON CHURCH ROAD - A Real Dceamhouse....Gorgeous Log home on 76.721 acres including a portion ol Watershed Lake. Home features 5 bedrooms, 3 batlis, Florida Room, Ceramic tile kitchen and balhs, hardwood floors, extra spacious bedrooms upstairs wilh adjoining playrooms ofl each bedroom. Perlect lor a large family or a couple look­ ing for the quiet serenity of rural living. Prtee: $295,000. HOMES $20,500 RIDGEMONT - 3 Bedroom/1 bath home in need of repair. In­ vestors lake a look, Ihis could be the house you’ve been look­ ing for. Wilh a little work it could become rental property. 320,000 801 COOLEEMEE — The perfect starter home, this 3 bedroom, 1 balh, frame house is convenienlly localed lo school, shopping and churches. You must call lo see Ihis house loday POSSIBLE OWNER FINANCINGI $24,000 ERWIN STREET - Two bedroom home on dead end streel in Cooleemee. Assumable VA mortgage Greal rental property.$26,900 YAI3KIN ST., remodeled 2 bedroom,1 balh home f e a K C l | J ■ l^ w e n and plenly ol closel space. Large weather livingl JUST REDUCED$28,900 WATT STREET/COOLEEMEE - 2 Bedroom, 1 Balh home with aluminum siding exterior. Personal properly includes range, washer and dryer. Nice lol in good location, convenient lo schools, churches and shopping. $31,500 DAVIE STREET — COOLEEMEE - Excellent starter or retire­ment home! Special fealures include front screened porch, pine floors, and spacious 20 x 14 great room. Two bedrooms 14 x 14 each. 1 bath, detached single car garage.$31,900 HWY. 601 NORTH - Convenienlly located home wilh 3 BR, sun room and screened-in porch. Jusi a little TLC and Ihis could be your dream house. Call loday lor more details. $34,900 OFF DANIEL RD, - 3 BR’s, 2 balh modular home on large heavily wooded lot. Extremely well cared for. Large covered back porch offers room for outdQauttfliiiBSii^^B Brick rancher on nice I J Ц I .^tchen living room and $34,900 DAVIE ACADEMYdeep lol fealures 3 single car carport.$39,900 DAVIE ACAD^--- this rural 2 bei __ kitchen and a dou I. — Enlov Iho counlrv livin' $43,500 living Ihls home has to offer. PINEÍ you love in tmy country to the easy STREET — POSSIBLE LOAN ASSUMPTION — On this 5 year old homo with 3 BR;s. 1 BA and large eat'in kitchen. Equip­ ped for hanicapped with removeabel wheel chair гаглр al front porch. Great in-town location. Move in condition. $47,500 ment on 1 acrfl^H!iuS13*BSlSikUAiilSUHB)nsider lease or leasB/oplion,$51,900 WILLOW RUN - Perlect starter home or a charming retirement home. ^Vг slory larmid>ilHjirviMi| irmpaculale inside and out. Only 4 yrs. old, it le a lu L ;^• | ■ iTnlry kitchen with french doors leading onto IhiK^A J ~ , J BR, and plumbed for 2 addilional bedrooms and a balh. Call loday lo view this property.$53,900 DAVIE ACADEMY ROAD - Neat Brick Rancher on large lol in , c t e ' n ? J i L t g ' ° c ' l i l M * m S *al a price lhal will suil your budgell Call loday for an appointment. $55,500 DAVIE ACADEMY ROAD - Neal 3 BR brick rancher in nice rural development. Lovely remodeled kitchen wilh buill-ins plus a con­venient storage room. Call loday for more details.$57,000 FOSTHALL DEVELOPMENT - Hwy. 601 N. past Wm. R, Davie School, 3 BR, 2 bath brick rancher with carport olfers a full base­ment with Family Room & Fireplace, spare room & unfinished area for workshop and slorage. Additional lot great lor garden­ ing. In-grounmd pool 18 x 36$57,600 LIBERTY CHURCH RD. - Large living/dining combinations and an additional den give this two bedroom brick home a wonder­ fully open feeling. Home also features a single car carport and full basement with lirepiace. See loday and enjoy Ihe beauty of this 3.75 acre parcel.$59,900 HIGHWAY 601 NORTH - Recenlly remodeled, 3 BR home with 1458 SF on 3 + partially wooded acres. Spring and possible lake sile on property. Convenient to 1-40. For more details, call Ihe Lilestyle Olfice.$62,700 COUNTY LINE ROAD - Brick rancher featuring kitchen fireplace, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, carport, and tremendous screened porch. 16' X 20’ detached office includes Central heat & air, Vz balh, closel and storage room.$62,500 CHERRY HILL ROAD - Quality built 3 BR, 2 BA manufactured home on 1.3 acres In lovely rural location. 2 car attached garage plus outbuilding with attached shed. Large deck In back. Must see to appreciatel ADDITIONAL ACREAGE AVAIUBLE. $67,900 TWINBROOK - Are you looking for an affordable neighborhood you would be proud to live in? You need to see this rustic far­ mhouse lhal is 3 years old, with large kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 balhs, spacious front porch, and fantastic attic storage. SELLER ANXIOUS....$69,500 PARK AVENUE - JUST REDUCEDI - Homeowner’s DelightI This perleclly charming brick rancher olfers many creative touches including stenciled walls and cabinets. Living room enhancedc by built-in bookshelves & cabinet, arched lirepiace and hardwood lloor. Back deck overlooks a lovely 16x32 In-ground pool and a 460 It. deep wooded lot. Outstanding iocation for all In-lown conviences. A MUST TO SEEl $69,900 SANFORD ROAD - JUST REDUCED - Quiel counlry living con­ venieni lo shopping, schools and churches. This 1 '/2 slory home has been updated wilh aluminum siding, liit-oul replacemeni win­dows, a solar healing system. 4 BR, 2 BA and over 1970 sq.ft. of living space lor a large lamily or lols ol privacy. Don’t let this one get awayl$69,900 WILLBOONE ROAD - Nice home on 2.72 acres. Acreage has 650 It. ol road Ironiage. Home lealures living room, den, 2 bedrooms, 2 lull balhs, large counlry kllchen wilh buiil In eating bar, dining room, double carport, concrete drive. Also lor the animal lover there’s a small barn with electricity and water. Ad­ ditional out buildings and storage oif carport. $84,900 TWINBROOK — NEW CONSTRUCTION - Tradilional style 3 BR,2 BA home lealures full, drive-in, basement, great floor plan and over 1500 SF of living space. Fireplace In greatroom for cozy winter evenings, spacius deck for summer entertaining. $89,£00 EDGEWOOD SUBDIVISION - MAKE OFFER - Beaulifully wooded corner lol oilers much shade lo this lovely brick home featuring 3 large bedrooms and 2 full baths upstairs with living room, lormal dining, powder room, lamily room, kilchen and large ulllily/workshop comblnalion downstairs. Cenlral Air & Cenlral Vac. A MUST SEEl $93,900 WANDERING LANE - Attractive brick home in one of Mocksville’s mosi desireable neighborhoods. Interior has been recently redecorated and is ready lor a new owner to move right in. Lots 01 space with over 2200 square feet. 3 bedrooms, 2 full balhs, formal living and dining rooms, den and tremendous recreation room perfect tor your teenager. Call today for more details. $99,500 CROWE STREET — Experience the pleasure ol country living in an in-lown location. This lovely slone rancher features 3 BR’s,2 full baths, beautilul hardwood lloors, EVERYTHINGS BRAND NEW THROUGHOUTI All Ihis plus a guest collage/work shop wilh ’/2 bath situated on 1.75 ac. lol. Beautiluiiy landscaped. OWNER FINANCING AVAILABLE! SI 07,900 HIGHWAY 158 - (Smith Grove Community) Brick rancher nestl­ed among trees wilh wonderlul shade and privacy Irom Ihe 12 X 39 back screened porch. 3 bedrooms/2 baths, lirepiace, lull basemeni wilh wood slove, carport, & 4 car detached garage make this home with Vt acre a good buy. ALSO AVAILABLE - enjoy the same home with 2V2 acres which includes a large por­ tion of lake located directly behind this home for $118,700.$115,900 VALE STREET (0 « Sanford Rd.) - Conveniently located coun­ try location fealures easy access lo 1-40 plus almost 2 acres fron­ting on 2 streets. Home leatures 4 BR, 2'/2 BA,-fireplace In the roomy den, a full basemeni and over 1900 SF of living space. Call loday lo see this excellent buy. $119,900 OFF JERICHO ROAD - COUNTRY DELIGHTI - Enjoy the out­ doors and counlry living on 23.77 acres; shed barn and pond on property wilh fencing and cross fencing. Great savings are in store in this rustic solar wilh sun porches across the back, woodstove vented Ihroughoul home and two heat pumps. Other features include full base ment, double car garage, 3 bedrooms and 2'/i baths. $119,900 UNDER CONSTRUCTION - GARDEN VALLEY - This 1 'h story Williamsburg dflers all brick exterior. 3 Bedrooms, 3’/: b a lt ^ L ^ ^ I 1 ■ I ■ room and screened ■ porch. Also full basflK<Jhi<A3«i)41arage area. $125,000 HK:K0RY h ill DEV.-SECT. II - Very tastefully decorated Is this less than 1 year old country charmer featurlna Great room, sun room, and fora B B lH ltla iB W ii^ iltfiR iM Bfchen is every cook’s delight. 1 erniic oackyard lor children, with covered walk­way leading from two-car detached garage. LIKE-NEW & BEAUTIFUL, A MUST SEEl. $189,750 HOLLY LANE - Exquisile English Tudor In Garden Valley Estates Is situated on 1V2 beautifully landscaped lots. Designed to ac­ commodate large family and lols ol company, this 5 bedroom, 5 Bath home olfers amenities too numerous to name. Call today for special details. $295,000 OFF EATON CHURCH ROAD - Gorgeous Log home of 76.721 acres including a portion ol Watershed Lake. Home features 5 bedrooms, 3 balhs, Florida room, ceramic tile kitchen and baths, extra spacious bedrooms upstairs with adjoining playrooms off each bedroom. Perfect for large family. Truly a unique property. NEW CONSTRUCTIONS IN GARDEN VALLEY...............NEW CONSTRUCTION - Located in Garden Valley Estates, Sec­ tion IV. This two slory design wilh Iwo car garage on main level Is a must to seel Designed lo meet Ihe needs ol a large family wilh space lo spare. This new section of Garden Valley oilers all new homes. Call loday lor an appointment.NEW CONSTRUCTION - Homeowner’s delight! Situated beautiluiiy on wooded lol in Garden Valley Estates, Section IV. Large master suite on main level ol Ihis 1 Vt story design wilh remaining bedrooms upstairs. Buy now and personalize your home by selecting your own wallpaper, carpet, colors, elc. LOT/LAND 32 Beautifully wooded homesites, offering city water and sewer, curbed streets, underground power lines, conveniently located near schools, churches and shopping $1,250 »2,200 per acre •2,000 »2,300 per acre »5,000 »5,500 Ea »6,300 SOLD iHerry St. near OgburnWINSTON SALl Station. Mobile I____________WILL BOONE RD.- Included in Ihls 24.37 acres. Cleared on front side, beaulifully wooded back property with stream. OLD HIGHWAY 70, Cleveland, Rowan County-50’x200’ lot near downtown Cleveland, Partially wooded. Zoned R-15. Reduced from »4,000.OFF DEADMON ROAD - 53.5 acres of rolling larmland wilh slream and fencing. Only .3 mile off stale road. HOWARD STREET - Private 100' x 140’ lot. Convenient In- town location. EDQEWOOD CIRCLE SUBDIVISION - 2 lots ■ approximately 162.5x125, In quiet well established neighborhood. Corner lot may lace either street NEEDMORE RD, - ROWAN COUNTY - Lovely 1.89 acre partially wooded lot suitable for building or mobile home. Convenient to Davie Co. and Fiber Industries. »6,800 GOLFER’S DELIGHT - Lovely building lot overiooking 18th hole at Twin Cedars Goll Course. »11,000 W. OF DULIN RD - 11 heavily wooded acres - no road Ironiage. »12,500 HWY. 801 NORTH - 5 acres, heavily wooded, road Ironiage oil Hwy. 801.»17,900 BUTNER CENTURY PLACE - Comer lol in new develop- menl, waler meler inslalled, underground utilities. ,3 miles from И0.»18,000 JACK BOOE ROAD - 6.19 acres ol rolling, partially cleared, partially wooded land. Seplic lank and couniy water already available. Fence posts are in place ready lor wire to keep your livestock in. EXELLENT VALUE. STREAM ON PROPERTY.»21,000 OFF DULIN ROAD - Greal road Irontage (636.34 11.) includ­ ed 6 heavily woodes acres.$68,500 OFF COUNTRY LANE - Over S acres wilh 164 II. road fron­tage on Campbell Rd. Completely cleared, public waler on Counlry Lane, zone R-20. Great iocation. Sci viliЦ \ ')И W'lli ¡'ridi'"K athi с W all 634131 1 ( tiií-> fU 'iuíii* b .U Oüütí Fia n ce b Tu íte io w 634 5074 W f o b if. JH4 J68 a Betli P hitei ¿TQ А Ы 7 vnkiMt'imiHj 11 *Ь40 Syd^id Santoiü 634 2J97 6D-DAV1E COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECOKI), THURSDAY, Marcii 9, 1989 Davie Schools ' j V I ' fi-tf- Cooleem ee Christy Pricc, a fifth grade stu­ dent, won the school spelling bee. She is the daughter o f Jeanie W illiams o f M ocksvillc and Junior Price o f Hickory. Other contcstiint.s were Heather Gla.ss ancl Mitzi \Cook — 4th grade; Le,slie Fender Sth grade; M elissa Gray and jcrem y Jam es — 6th grade. All sixth grade .students par­ ticipated in the Science Fair pro­ jects that were on di.splay in Suite 5. The students learned to use the .scientific method to test or prove something. Ten students look Iheir projects to Norlh Davie Junior High to compete in the Davic County Scicnce Fair on March 4. The entire .school was invited to view the projects on display. M ocksville M iddle Erin Randle was the winner of the school spelling bee. She will represent M ocksville Middle in the county competition. FirsI runner- up was Mat Strong. Jim Webb presented a slide pro­ gram about the Soviet Union to the sixth graders on Feb. 28. He also displayed articles he had purehas-. ed on his visit. Sixth graders recently completed science projects which are now on display in the media center. W in­ ners w ill be entered in the county fiiir at North Davie. W illiam R . Davic Science Fair winners in a school project were: M ike Feme — first placc; Jam ie Howard — second place; Lynna Hanes — third placc; and Jam es W allace, N icole Blackwelder and Randy Anderson — honorable mention. Those receiving awards for dramatic im­ pact and effective presentation w ere Randy Anderson and Am y Beck. Awards for originality were given to Shannon Leazer and N icole M iller. 1 Finalists in the William R . Davie spelling bee were Sally Cam pbell, Aubrey Jam es and Justin M iller — grade 4; Crystal Bowen, Jasori M urphy and W illiam Patterson — grade 5; Jason Akers, Jam es W allace and Weston W allace — grade 6. Five rounds o f words w ere given from the spelling bee booklet before a winner was deter­ mined. Aubrey Jam es placed first and Weston W allace w as first runner-up. Shady G rove Gaye Taylor gave a presentation on rocks and minerals to Ann F o il's fifth grade on Feb. 10. M rs, Taylor shared rocks from -m any places in the United States and other countries such aa Iceland and Switzerland. Each student was given a polished rock. ' Chuck N ail, a representative imm the Davie County Forest Ser­ vice, visited the fifth graders and presented each student with a idblolly pine seedling to plant at Home. Nail showed slides and talk­ ed about forest conservation. M rs. G ena C lin e , dental hygienist with D r. Prillam an, visited third graders on Feb. 22 to emphasize Dental Health Month with a lecture, models, books, d isp la y s and qu estion s and answers. M rs. Cline informed students about their teeth, brushing techniques and healthful foods and ;habits. ; M rs. H ill’s first graders visited ;0 1d Salem on Feb. 16 to study life in a typical Salem home. They ex­ perienced such things as cooking, niaking poltcry and playing games. M rs. M arion's first and sccond graders visited Old Salem and saw a nini aboiil Saleiii life in Ihc 1800s from the viewpoint o fa eat. They visited a doctor's house and saw his tools, learned luiw lo make candle,s from animal fat and helped the ladies cook in the kitchen. Students brought materials home to make and .sew aiul a book aboul llicir trip to Old Salem. A puppet show about child abuse for all third graders was presented by Karen W enker, Lori Jones and Paula Seaford on Feb. 21 in the media ccntcr. M rs. B clsy Johnson's first graders visited Old Salem on Feb. 28. The children visited the potter, niaking day pipeheads, playing with toys ofthe 18lh ccntur>', cook­ ing and eating Indian slapjacks cooked over an open fire. Students also visiled a home o f long ago and carded wool. Allison Bowden was the school winner in tlie spelling bee March 1. Class winners w ere W ill Hege, Tracy Spry, Kendra Sale, Matt G rady, Brandy Shore, Anthony Burton, Adani N iles, Brent C ol­ lins, Chris T aylor, Janis Barney, Lee Puckett, Lynette Jones, Chad Lanier, Allison Bowden, John Buford, Bobby Proctor, Bryan Eagle and M elissa Colbert. Allison will compete in the county bee as Shady G rove's representative. M rs. M elanie Hendrix’s second grade prepared the February Bulletin Board in the media center with a Celebration o f President’s D ay. Students displayed writings on profiles o f George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. South Davic South Davie held its annual con­ servation speech contest on Feb. 27. School winners were Ben Ed­ wards — first placc; and Tracic Sechrest — second place. The county contest was held on Feb. 27 and Ben Edwards won first place for seventh grade and will repre- ■sent Davie Counly in the district contest at D allas on M arch 1 1. Tracie won fourth place for seventh graders in the county. The program was coordinated by Georgia Amos, seventh grade m ath/science teacher, Ninth grade teen living classes visited Subway and Food Lion to learn about careers in the foods area. Eighth grad e pre-vocation students visited Kiddie Cam pus to do activities with pre-school students. The SA V E students were treated to a bread making class by M rs. Sanders, media coordinator. M ocksville Elem entary M s. Heidi Priest, nutritionist from the Davie County Health Department, visited M s. H ook’s class bn M arch 1 lo talk about nutritious snacks and veggies. M rs. Robinson’s third grade class has been studying aboul space explorations. The students used the facts they learned in class to con­ struct models o f rockets, spacc .shuttles, space stations and future space settlements. The students us­ ed various materials such as card­ board, clay, drink bollies and foil to make the models. The models S U B S C R I B E to the Davie County Enterprise-Record 1 year, ln*«tate$18.00 1 year, out-of-state $22^50 Send check to: Enlerprise-Record P.O. Box 525 , Mocksville, NC 27028 are on display in Ihe school media, cenier. The sccond and third grade classes and our combination and self-contained classes have been in­ volved in the “ Book It” reading incentive program sponsored by Pizza Hut. Each month since O c­ tober Ihe children have been re­ quired to read a certain number of books. At Ihc end o f the month, each child who met Ihc reading re­ quirements received a free pizza from Pizza Hut. February was the last monlh o f the program. A s a bonus, cach class who met Ihe re- ciuircmcnts four out of five months would rcceive a free pizza party. The following classes will gel lo have a free pizza party: M rs. Robin.son's 3rd grade, M rs. Eanes’ 3rd grade, M rs. M cM illan’s 3rd grade, M rs. C arter's lst/2nd grad e, M s. T ro m p s’ se lf- contained, M rs. Kirkpatrick's .self- contained, M s. H angen's .self- contained. M rs. V ogler’s 2nd grade and M rs. Leagan’s 2nd grade. N orth D avic “ M usic in Our Schools" month is being celebrated in the junior high school.s. Sonic o f tlie activities ■and the dates arc listed: Pat D ix­ on, guitarist performed at North on M arch 3, 10 :15 -11 a.m .; Junior high chorus students pcrrornicd at the board o f education meeting on March 6; w orld’s largest concert was Thursday, M arch 9, 1-1:3 0 p.m .; South D avie Chorus and dram a w ill present m usical, “ Hooray for H ollyw ood” M arch 13 at 7 :30 ; talent show at North Friday afternoon, March 17. On M arch 9, studenls all over the country will be involved via television in the w orld’s largest concert.Pincbrook Sixth grade students in M rs. M yers’ cla.ss and .M rs. D avis’s class w ere visited by M rs. Jane Bullard, a clinical dietitian at Davie County Hospilal, last week. M rs. Bullard shared information about food choices and proper nutrition with the students to enhance their health unil. The students also visited the M arshall Steam Plant and the Energy Explorium at Lake Norman on M arch I . The sixth graders in Mrs. M ollie L lo y d ’ s and M rs. R am ona H em rick’s class have also studied electricity and visiled the Marshall Steam Plant and the Energy E x­ plorium on Feb. 22 as a part o f this unit. A lso, several parents and ex­ perts cam e to the class to share their knowledge and experiences with the class. M rs. Raymond Sulccki from Radio Shack brought a computer and demonstrated the various types o f hardware and soft­ ware that is usedlby industry and business. The class also saw how technology had evolved from tubes to microchips. Ann Yandell, com­ puter programm er and analyst, gave a class pre,sentation on the dif­ feren t com puter program languages. T aylor Slye, from Southern B ell, did a presentation^ on the telephone and electricity. He brought many hands-on demonstra­ tions including fiber optics. The class had opportunities lo par­ ticipate in many hands-on activities their teachers planned for them. The Pinebrook PTA met on Monday, Feb. 27. A series of mini­ workshops was presented which in­ cluded the following topics: “ Stan­ dardized Testing” , “ Tips to Help Y our Child Be Successful” , and “ D ifferent A bility Levels o f Students” . The Pinebrook PTA Teacher Appreciation Committee treated the faculty to jars o f spic- cd tea last week to help them get through the winter. Carrie Chap­ pie was the chairman o f the committee. The annual school spelling bee was held at Pinebrook last Wednes­ day. The following students were class winners and participated in the contest: Raeshika Jones, Audra Potts, Chris Jones, Jason Boger, Dan Callahan, Candy Kim m ery, Raym ond Liiird, Dustin W rig h t,'' Katie Desch, Tom Williamson, and ' Kim Handy. Congratulations is ex­ tended to the class winners and to ■ the school winner, Katie Desch.;' Dustin W right was runner-up." ■ Assisting with the school spelling; bee w ere; M ike Hendrix, com -' munity schools coordinator. D r. Nancy Dominick, spccial programs, coordinator, and Elaine Strideri : su perviso r o f D avie C o u n ty; Schools. Teresa W ard’s 4th and 5th grade; class participated in a scicnce lab I learning about igneous rocks when M rs. M arkland visited th eir, classroom last Friday. ■ : The third grade visited th e' Nature Sciencc Center in W inston-. Salem on M arch 3 where they toured the museum and participated . in science classcs taught by th e ; museum speciali.st. Congratulations are extended to Jenny Stewart, a sixth grader in M rs. Davis’s class, for the publica­ tion o f her poem about Computers in North Carolina Computer Coor­ dinator’s magazine. Bus students o f the week were Erin Idol, Eric M oney, Joyce Crater, Sarah Fugo, and Angela Hamm. Congratulations to bus 2 1 * driven by Calhy Carter, for reaching their good bus behavior goals. ■‘1,^ Ifit f NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 11551159 Daywalt Road Henl)r Road 11551159 St. Matthews Road Foster Road On Monday, March 20th at 7:00 p.m., the Davie County 1143 Henry Wiitiams Road 1143 Mr. Henry Road Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing to 0 Kefciile Creek South 0 Ketchle Creek Road discuss currently proposed road name changes. The pro­11760 No Name Oakland Cirie 11760 Dorse Road Canter Circleposed road name changes are part of the Governor’s 1153 Poor Boys Road 1153 Shady Knoll LaneHighway Safety Program, and are funded through a GHSP 1156 Prather Road 1156 Stage Coach Road qrant. The public hearing will take place in the courtroom 1157 Safrfet Hoad 1157 ' Crescent Drive of the Davie Countv Courthouse.1175 Salem Springs Road 1175 Landmarii Drive1158Stroud Road 1156 Stroud Mill Road64 U.S. 64 64 Statesville Highway901U.S. 901 901 Harmony Highway Fire Department 12 Advance Fire Department 19 Cornatzer-Dulln SR#Curtent Name SR#New Name SR# Current Name SR# New Name 1621 Beauchamplown Road 1621 Beauchamp Road 1606 Hanes Road 1606 Cornatzer Road 1646 Bermuda Road 1646 Burton Road ^Haywood Court 0 Courtside Line 1615 Boger Road 1615 James Road 1636 Hendrix Road 1636 Hepler Road 1652 Frye Road 1652 Jim Frye Road 1637 Howanitown Road 1637 Howardtown Road 1670 Lakeside Drive 1670 To Be Announced 0 Joe Henry Road 0 Myers Road 1664 Maplewood Drive 1664 Oakbrook Drive 1614 Jones Road 1614 Ralph Road 1649 Myets Road 1649 Odell Myers Road 0 Lakeview. Road 0 Morningside Drive 1665 Oakwood Street 1665 Ashburton Drive 1687 Spring Valley Road 1687 Bowens Road 1619 Old Bliby School Road 1619 Bixby Sciiool Road 64 U.S. 64 64 Lexington Road 1625 Strawberry Hill Road 1625 Bowden Road Fire Department 21 JersalerfP”^ 1657 Taylor Bailey Road 1657 Baiiey Road m Current Name SR# New Name 1655 Taylor Bailey Road 1655*••TayiorRoad 1136 Cari Clement Road 1136 Punch Daniels Road 1653 Underpass Road 1653 Fire Slation Road ■ 1628 Cherry Hiil Church Road 1626 Cherry Hiil Road Fire Deoartment 13 Center 1616 Dogtrot Road 1616 Cecil Drive* SR«Current Name SRI New Name tl32 Durham Road 1132 Michael« Road 1173 Bameycaslle Road 1173 Boone Farm Road 1803 Frank Short Road 1603 Poplin Road 1346 Barnhardt Circle 1346 Center Circle 1830'Holy Cross Lutheran Church Rd.1630 Holly Cross CH Road 1303 . Charlie Angeli Road 1303 Brantley Farm Ro«d 1825 Houston Beck Road 1625 'Houston Road 1310 Dclour Road 131C Wagner Road 0 Jim Spry Road 0 Redwood StrMt* 1345 ' No Name 1345 Blaise Church Road 0 Lake Lane Road 0 Hinkle Drive • 0 Norman Drive 0 Veteran Drive 1134 Liberty Circle 1134 Happyrock Circle 1302 O'Neal Road •1302 Tutterow Road 1133 Liberty Road 1133 Happyrock Hoad. 0 Pinearcie 0 Baxter Circle 0 Maple Drive 0 Brandywine Drive 1312 Ralph Raliedge Road 1312 Galiimor« Road 801 N.C. 801 601 . South Davie Drive 1301 Sanlofd Road 1301 Maidton Road 1465 No Name 1465 Tennyaor) Road 1174 Shady Lane 1174 Willow Une 0 Oakdale Clraie 0 Augusta Circle 1186 Tutterow Street 11B6 Robenon Drive 0 ■Sam Boger Road 0 64 U.S. 64 64 Stitetville Highway 1802 Turrentine Church Road 1802 Turrentine CH Road 114S Wilson Road 1146 Adam Road 1806 Twin Cedars Golf Course Rd 1606 Twin Cedara GoH Road Fire Department 14 CooleemeeSRff Current Name SRI New Name 6011829 U.S. 601 Winford Road 6011829 Salisbury Road Boxwood Church Road 1105 Bootleg Alley 1105 Legion Ceinetery Slreet Fire Department 22 Mockaville NewName1122 Branch Road 1122 Duck Pond RMd SRI Current Name SR# 1114 N<11 Slreel 1114 Swicegood SIrHt 0 Anderson Lumber Company Rd 0 .Anderson Lumber Road 1128 School Road 1128 NNty Roid 1466 Angell Road 1466 South Angell Road Fire Department 15 ForkSR# Current Name SR»New Name 11411400 Camp Road Campbell Road 11411400 Prison Camp Road Country Lane 1698 Apache Drive 1696 Commanchee Drive 0 Green Street 0 To Be Announced 1608 1637 -Audrey Merrill (lo«l Barnhardt Road 16061637 NoCrHkRoed Dutchman Creek RokI 156 ■ 0 N.C. 156 Old Highway 158 1560 Winston-Salem Highway To Be Announced 1B11 Cedar Grove Church Rd 1611 . Cedar Grove CH Road 1603 Old 90 Road 1603 . John Crotts Road 1607 t Cnibtta Road 1607 Aubray Merrell Road 1604 Pete Foster Road 1604 To Be Announced 1645 Hege Road 1645 Todd Road 0 Robyn Road 0 ,To Be Announced 1810 Hendri« Road 1610 Evertiart Road 1642 Roy Williams Road 1642 Oak Grove Church Road 1815 Lestei Foster Road 161S Wlhlnion Drive 1136 Sam Dwiggins Road 1138 Towery Road 1609 Merrill Fish Pond Road 1609 Merreiia Lake Road 1301 Sanford Road 1301 To Be Announced 1613 Motoicycla Road 1613 Indian Hills Road •601 U.S. 601 601 Yadkinville Highway 1612 Old 801 Road 1612 Fulton Roed 64 U.S. 64 64 Lexington Road 1831 Zimmerman Rud 1631 Mullins Road Fire Department 23 Farmington Fire Department 16 SheHleldSRI CurrMi Name SRtf New Name SR#1471 Current Name Frank Walker Road SR#1471 New Name Sandpit Road 01320 Claud« RitMgiRo«! Bear Crttk Church Rd 01320 To Be Announced Bear Creek CH Road 14751437 Gilbert Boger Road Gilbert Boger Road 14751437 Gilbert Road Pinebrook Drive 1315 John Ham«« Road 1315 To Be Announced 1454 Hendrix Road 1454 King Road Fire Department 17 William R. Davie 01470 Hubert Boger Road Lakeview Avenue 01470 Hubert Road Mallard RoadSRICurrent Noti »Rf ' New Name 601 N.C. 801 801 Wesl Davie Drive1320 Bair CrNk Church Rd 1320 Bear Creek CH Road 1459 Paul Spillman Road 1459 Wolfpack Drive13341344BKhRoid Circle Drivi 13341344 Edward Beck Road Baity Circle Drive 14650 Ridgeway Orlve^ Salem Acres 14850 Wee Creek Road Cyprus Lane1310 Oitour Roid 1310 WegnerRoed 0 Sunset Drive 0 Dawn Drive1341 Earl Back RoKi 1341 EarlRoad 1455 Yadkin River Road 1455 Sparks Road142114141416601. Raki Btlty floid FrtbMRoid GrMmRoid N.C. KI 1421 14141416601 Baity Road AngeBRoad Harris Road WMt Oivie Drive Fire Department 24 Smith GroveSRf Current Name SR# 1621 Beauchsmptown Road 1621 New Name Beauchamp Road 1332 Okl to Road 1332 Elmore Road 1451 Blakeley Road 1451 Gray Sheeks Road 133313121331135013251412 Pit! Elmori Road lUpliRatMgtRoMj RocliHolinoMi South StrMt StMlmnRoad Till Diil Road 1333 131;^133113501325UM Crabtree Road Gallifflofs Road Speer Road Murphy Road Eit. Amber Hill Road Danner Road 1461 I4861469158601801 Brookhill Road Charlotte’s Place Frank Frost Road N.C. 158 • . N.C. 801 N.C. 601 148114881469 158801801 Woodiee Drive Chariotte Place Frost RoadWinston-Saljim Highway West Davie Drive East Davie Drive 601 U.S.IOt Ml Fire Department 1 в County Line YadUnyllle Highway 146316261473 No Name Oak BlufI Road Old Farmington Road 146316261473 Lee-Jackson Drive Gun Oub Road Buck Miller Road8RI Currail Nmm w NewName 1436 Pinebrook Drive 1436 Pinebrook SCH Road1171ЫтШтЯШ1171VliUgeRoad1462 Service Road 1462 Harper Road1171CtdwtfiiflvRoid 1171 . MMwayDrtve 1635i Will Alien Road 1635 Howardtown Circle ....., ... ..... ................................................................................ W a c h o v i a P r o m o t e s 2 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9, 1989-70 P U B L I C N O T I C E S ;-'The following Davic County residents have been promoted at First W achovia companies iri W inston-Salem: W illiam E. M cCarthy o f A d­ vancc has been elected vicc presi­ dent at W achovia Banl: and Trust Com pany. He is manager o f cor­ porate leasing operations for First W achovia Leasing Corp. McCarthy is a native o f Lyn­ chburg, V a., and he rcccivcd a bachelor’s degree from Virginia Military Institute in Lexington. Va. He is married to Ihe former Anne Barber o f Cooleemee and lliey have a son. W illiam F. Long Jr. has been elected assistant vicc president in C ash M anagem ent al F irsl Wachovia Corporate Services Inc. in W inston-Salem. He is a son of M cC iirth y ЬопИ Dr. and M rs. W illiam F. Long of M ocksville, Long is cash managem ent marketing oflicer. He is a native o f Hamlet and has a bachelor’s degree from Davidson College and a master's degree from the Univer­ sity o f North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Rural Business Can Get Loans Rural businesses in Davie Coun­ ly may now be eligible for Fm HA guaranteed drought and disaster loans as a result of adverse finan­ cial distress or losses caused direct­ ly or indirectly by drought, hail, excessive moisture, or other related conditions occurring in 1988, ac­ cording to George Plc.s.s, county supervisor for the Farm ers Home Administration. North Carolina, along with olher areas o f the country, experienced drought conditions during the first Six months o f 1988 and some areas received too much rain in the late summer months. These and other ■weather problems caused heavy .losses to a large number o f farmers land rural residents which had an [adverse financial effect on many ;fural businesses that depend on farmers for a substantial portion o f ;their business. Congress provided that busi- iiesses so affected could apply to their banks for Fm H A guaranteed loan s in am ounts up to $500,000.00 to help them over­ com e their financial problem or to refinance or restructure iheir debts as a result o f losses incurred direct- ly or indirectly. Busine.sses have until September 3 0 ,19 9 1, to app­ ly for such financial assistance. This enables Ihose businesses suf­ ficient time to seek assistance where the adverse financial effects might not show up unlil this year or later. Normal Fm HA requirements for borrower equity or refinancing ex­ isting debts to these lenders arc waived under Ihis special loan pro­ gram. Borrower equity may be quite low in some cases but must be positive as a minimum. Lenders who currently have a borrower wilh loans outstanding may receive guarantees on these restructured loans up to a full 90 percent with the current exposure requirements waived. This enables a bank to help a present borrower to remain in business and provide time needed to overcom e losses cau,sed indirectly by the natural weather problems o f 1988. Interested businesses should con­ tact their lender for further infor­ mation or they may contact the local Fm H A Counly Office located at 300 S. Maiji St.. Mock.sville. DCCC Offers Classes Here X Davidson County Commimity College will offer the following continuing education classcs in Davie County beginning March ;i4. 21, 22 and 23. ;■ A registration fee will be col­ lated at the first class meeting, persons 65 or older may enroll free. To pre-register or obtain addi­ tional information, call the Conti­ nuing Education Office at (704) ^34-2885. Mind Mapping Strategies for Teachers will introduce a creative iltemalive to traditional note- taking: mind mapping. Mind map­ ping, which has been proven to be à more effective tool for sorting, reviewing, and recalling informa­ tion than any other single method, incorporates the best of split brain Research, memory techniques, and Wcelerated learning. It can be us­ ed teachers and students to im- ^^rove writing, outlining, planning, problem-solving, brainstorming, speech-making, and any activity ■Jhat involves processing informa­ tion. (Tuesdays beginning March il4, 6:30-9:20 p.m., South Davie iir. High School, 6 sessions, $15 See) i Decorative Painting will providc ^instruction in working with acrylic ^paint and preparing an object to be tpainted. No freehand work is re- !quired, since patterns are traced «nto objects which are being ipainted. Participants will also make ia color chart and review colors. i(Tucsdays beginning March 2 1 ,9 a.m .-noon. Brock Ccnlcr, 11 ses­ sions, $25 fee) Lap Quilting will familiarize par­ ticipants wilh a process that com ­ bines small fabric pieces to form individual blocks or squares which can then be quilted and joined to form a quilt or adapted to make items such as pillow s, placemats, tote bags, or wall hangings. This process eliminates the need for quilting fram es, thereby making the process less cumbersome and confining than traditional quilting. (Tuesdays beginning M arch 2 1 , 9 a.m .-noon. Brock Center, 11 ses­ sions, $25 fee) Ceram ics and Pecan Figurines teaches the proper techniques for cleaning and preparing greenware for firing. Participants will learn how to paint and add individual detail work to finished projects. Each participant will have the op­ portunity lo com plete several figurines and ceram ic item s. (Wednesday.s beginning March 22, 8 :3 0 -ll:3 0 a .m ., Brock Center, 11 , sessions, $25 fee) W riters’ Roundtable: Writing for Pleasure and Profit, Part II will provide a forum for emerging writers who wish lo submit ar­ ticles, short stories, poetry, or book proposals for evaluation and who need instruction in preparing manuscripts for submission lo a publisher. (Thursdays beginning March 2 3 ,7 -10 p.m .. North Davie Jr. High School, 12 se.ssions, $25 fee) Bee-New-tlful Carpet Cleaning Co. 766-3342 Carpet Cleaning Specials 1 Room — •35»® 2 Rooms — *44®® 3 Rooms — <66®® 4 Rooms — •77»® 5 Rooms — •88®® (Average Room Size 12x15) Auto-Van C leaning *28** - •50«* 50 HP Diesel Engine, Fast, Fast Drying 24 Years Experience NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTV The Town ol Cooleemee will accept bids on the mowing and trimming of the town's property (referred to as recreation center). Liability insurance is required. For details, contact Town Hall on Tues­day and Thursday at 254-2141. Bids should be submitted to Cooleemee Town Hall, P.O. Box 1080, Cooleemee, N.C, 27014 by March 10, 1909.2-16-4tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Administrator of the eslale ol Dana B. Grilfllh, deceased, late of Davie County, North Carolina, this is lo notify all persons having claims against said estate lo present them to the under­ signed on or before the Z3rd day of August, 1989, or Ihis notice will be plead, ed in bar of their recovery. All persons In­ debted lo said estate will pfease maiio im­mediate payment to the undersigned. This Ihe 23rd day of February, 1Э89. Tim R, Griffith, Roule 4, Box 203, Slalesville, N.C. 28677, Administrator of the estale of Dana B, Griffith, deceased.2-23-4tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTYEXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Executor of the estate of Mary Lois Naylor, deceased, late of Oavie County, North Carolina, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the under­ signed on or before the 23rd day of August, 1989, being six months from the first day of publicalion, or this notice will' be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted lo said estale will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned.This the 17th day ol February, 1989. John K. Naylor, 334 Country Lane, Mocksville, North Carolina 27028, Ex­ ecutor of Ihe estale of Mary Lols Naylor, deceased.Marlin and Van Hoy, Attorneys .Box 606 IVIocksville, N.C. 27028 2-23-4lnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTYEXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having'qualified as Executor of the estate of Mattie J. Jones, deceased, late of Davie County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the under­signed on or belore Iho 23rd day of August, 1989, being six months from the first day of publicalion, or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said eslale will please make Immediate payment to the undersigned.This the 16th day ol February, 1989. Joseph Henry Reich. 1605 Chardale Drive, Ciomtnons, N.C. 27012, Executor ol the estale of MaUie J. Jones, deceased.Martin and Van Hoy, AUorneys Box 606 Mocltsville, N.C. 27028 2.23-4tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE C O U I^ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE Having qualified as Administrator ol the estate of Christian Shane Fleming, deceased, late of Davie Counly, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons hav­ ing claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 16th day of August, 1989, being six months Irom the lirst day of publication, or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All persons indebted lo said estate will please make immediate pay­ ment lo Ihe undersigned.This the 8th day ol February, 1989. Thomas G, Fleming, 239 Magnolia Avenue, Mocksville, N.C. 27028, Ad­ ministrator of the estate ol Christian Shane Fleming, deceased.Martin and Van Hoy, Attorneys Box 606 Mocksville, N,C. 27028 2-16-itnp NORTH CAROLINA ROVi/AN COUNTY NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION In the District Court File No. 88-CVD-1293 K-Town Furniture Company Plaintifl VS.Robert W. Brown and wile, Mary Brown, DefendantsTO: Robert W. Brown and wile, Mary Brown Take notice that a pleading seeking relief against you has been filed In the. above entitled action. The nature ol the relief being sought Is as lollows: recovery ior accelerated amount due under a pro­ missory note and possession of goods listed in a security agreement(s).You are required to make defense to such pleading not laler lhan April 7,1989, and upon your failure to do so the party, seeking sen/ice againsl you will apply to the Court lor the reliel sought.This the 17lh day ot February, 1989. H.L. Rulh 111 Attorney for the Plalntlll Williams, Boger, Grady, Davis & Tuttle, P.A. P.O. Box 2/708 McLain Road Kannapolis, N.C. 28082-0002 (704) 932-3157 2-23-3tnp NORTH CAROLINA OAVIE COUNTYCREDITOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Executrix of tha Estate of Robert Hayne Swindler a/k/a Robert H. Swindler, deceased, of Davie County, Nonh Carolina, this Is to notify all persons, firms, and corporations that have claims against said Eslale to exhibit Ihem lo Ihe attorney for the Estate and Personal Representative al the address stated below on or belore Ihe 22nd day of August, 1989, or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All per­ sons, firms and corporallons Ihat are In­debted to said Estate are to make Im- mBdiate payment.This the 22nd day ol Febmary, 1989. Elfreda K. Swindler, Executrix ol the estate of Robert Hayne Swindler. Warren E. Kasper, Attorney For the Estate & Personal Representative Frye & Kasper, Attorneys at Law 1171 West Fourth Street Winslon-Salem, N.C. 27101 2-23-4tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY CO-FXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Co-Executors of the Estate of Charles Mason Ussery (also known as Charles M. Ussery, Charles Ussery, Charlie Ussery), deceased, late of Davie Counly, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons, firms and corpora­tions having claims against the estate of said deceased, lo exhibit them lo Ihe undersigned at 1894 Healy Drive, Winslon-Salem, North Carolina, on or before the 23rd day of August, 1989, or Ihis Notice will be pleaded in bar of Iheir recovery. All persons indebted to said Estale will please make immediate payment.This Ihe 20lh day of February, 1989. Mary Ussery Roper and Ben W. Thomason, Co-Executors of the Estate of Charles Mason Ussery, deceased. John A, Richardson III Attorney al Law 1894 Healy Drive Winston-Salem, N,C. 27103 2-23-4tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Executor of the estate of Elizabeth Odom Blackwelder, deceased, late of Davie County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons hav­ing claims againsl said estate to present them to the undersigned on or belore the 18th day ol August, 1989, being six months from Ihe first day of publication, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate pay­ment to Iho undersigned. This the 7Ih day of February, 1989, William F, Junker. 101 Salisbury St,, MocftsvillQ, N.C. 27028. Executor of the eslale ol Elizabeth Odom Blackwelder, deceased. Martin and Van Hoy, Attorneys Box 606 Mocksville, N.C. 27028 2-16-4tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE ol the power and authority contained In that certain Deed of Trust executed and delivered by Timothy Rex Williams and wife, Tamela Holt Williams, dated the 21st day of November, 1984, and recorded In the Register ol Deeds olfice for Oavie Coun­ ty, North Carolina, In Deed ol Trust Book 129, Page 520, and because of default In Ihe payment ol the Indebtedness ■hereby secured and failure to carry out and perlorm ths stipulations and agreements therein contained and pur­ suant to an Order entered by Ihe Clerk of the Superior Court and pursuant to de­ mand ol Ihe owner and holder of the In­ debtedness secured by said Deed of Trust, Ihe undersigned Substitute Truslee will expose lor sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the usual placed sale In the Courthouse ol Davia County, In the City ol Mocksville, North Carolina, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., on Wednesday, the 15th day ol March, 1989, all Ihat certain lot or parcel of real estate. Including all Improvements and lixtures located thereon, situated, lying and be­ ing in Davie County, North Carolina, and more particularly described in Ihe Deed of Trust Identified above, which descrip­tion Is incorporated by reference herein as amended, modllied or supplemented by other instruments, II any, recorded subsequent to the Deed ol Trust In the Oavie County Public Registry. ADDRESS OF PROPERTY; Route 4, Box 17-A, Mocksville, N.C. 27028 PRESENT RECORD OWNER(S): Timothy Rex Williams and wife, Tamela Holl Williams The Substitute Trustee reserves Ihe right to require of Ihe successful bidder at such sale a deposit ol 10% ol the amount of the bid up to $1,000 and 5% of any amount by which the bid exceeds $1,000. This sale will be made sub|acl lo all prior liens, unpaid taxes, reslriclions and easements ol record, and assessments, II any.' This sale will be held open lor ten days lor upset bids as by law required. This the 14th day of February, 1989.Timothy G. Sailers Substitute Trustee 3-2-21ПР NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY EXECUTRIX’S NOTICE Having qualified as Exoculrix of the estate ol Pauline M. Bowles, deceased, lale of Davie County, North Carolina, this is lo notify all persons having claims against said estate to present Ihem to the undersigned on or before the 23rd day of August, 1989, or this notice will be plead­ ed in bar of Ihelr recovery. All persons In­debted to said eslale will please make im­ mediate payment to Ihe undersigned. This the 23rd day of February, 1989. Judy Cohen, Route 1, Box 65, Ad­vance, N.C. 27006, Executrix of the eslale oi Pauline M. Bowles, deceased.2-23-4IP NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTYEXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Executor of the estate of Jennie Gaither Bates, deceas­ ed, lale of Davie County, North Carolina, this Is to notify all persons having claims against said estale to present Ihem to Ihe undersigned on or belore Ihe Slh day of September, 1989, or this notice will be pleaded In bar of their recovery. All per­ sons indebted to said estale will plaas-s make Immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 91h day ol March, 1989, Lee Roy Bales, Route 4, Box 339, Ad­vance, N,C. 27006, Executor ol Ihe estate of Jennie Gaither Bales, deceased.3-9-41P NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTYCO-EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE Having qualified as Co-Executrix of the eslata of Lucy B. Whitaker, deceased, late of Davie County, North Carolina, this is lo notily all persons having claims against said eslale to present them to tha undersigned on or before the 9th day of September, 1989, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of Ihelr recovery. All per­sons indebted lo said estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned.This the 3rd day ol March, 1989. Ezra Brooks Wilkins and Darlene W. Wilkins, 6204 Gainsborough Drive, Raleigh, North Carolina 27612, Co- Executrix ol the estate ol Lucy B. Whitaker, deceased.Martin and Van Hoy, Attorneys Box 606 Mocksville, N.C. 27028 3-9-4tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTYNOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue ol the power ol sale contained in a certain Deed of Trust ex­ ecuted by Bruce L. Burton and wile, San­ dra C. Burton, to Thurman E. Burnette, Trustee, dated the 15th dayol April, 1987, and recorded in Book 145, Page 121, in the Olfice of the Register ol Deeds for Davio County, North Carolina, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness thereby secured and failure to carry out or perform Ihe stipulations and agreements therein contained, and the holder of the indebtedness thereby secured having demanded a foreclosure thereol for Ihe purpose of salisfying said IndebledftSbs, and Ihe Clttk ol Court graniing permission for the foreclosure, the undersigned Trustee will offer lor sale at public auction lo the highest bidder lor cash at the Courthouse door in Mocksville, North Carolina, at 12:00 Noon, on the 16th day of March, 1989, Ihe land, as Improved, conveyed In said Dead of Trust, the same lying and being in Mocksville Township, Davie County, North Carolina, and being more par­ ticularly described as follows;BEING Lol No. IS ol Sheffield Park a plat ol which is recorded in Plat Book 4, Page 98, Davie County Registry. Subject to restrictive covenants recorded in Book 84, page 588, Relerence Is hereby made 10 the loregoing designated plat and restrictive covenants lor more particular description of said lot and said restrictive covenants, Sublect, however, to the properly laxes for the year 1989,The record owner(s) of this properly as reflected on Ihe records of Ihe Register of Deeds of Ihis county is/are Bruce L. Burton and wife, Sandra C. Burton. ' Terms of Ihe sale, including the amount of the cash deposit, II any, to be made by the highest bidder at Ihe sale, are: Five percent (5%) of the amount of Ihe. highest bid must be deposited with the Trustee pending confirmation of the sale. Dated this 1st day ol March, 1989. Thurman E. Burnette, Trustee 3-9-2tnp Clemmons Auction Sale Friday & Saturday Night Located Al Kinnamon Rd.. Off Hwy. 158, Clemmons Varltty of HMrctiandla«, new and used. • Tools • Housshold Hsms, dishes, glassware, pots a pans, tie. • Kerossn* Heaters • Other Items Too Numsrous To Mention Conslgnmant Accepted For Information Call 7S4-S212 Or 764-0033 AuctlonMr: Clayton Miller, Jr. Lie. No, 1612 NORTH CAROLINA ,DAVIE COUNTYEXECUTRIX’S NOTICE Having qualilled as Executrix ol the estate of John Baker, deceased, late of. Davie Counly, North Carolina, this Is to notify all persons having claims agalnsf said estate to present them to the under* signed on or before Ihe 9th day ol September, 1989, or this nollce will be pleaded In bar of Ihelr recovery. All per­ sons Indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This Ihe 9th day ol March, 1989. Catherine Baker, Route 6, Box 311, Mocksville, N.C. 27028, Executrix ol Ihe. estate ol John Baker, deceased.3-9-4IP NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTYADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE Having qualified as Administratrix ol the eslale ol Cara Beth Parker, deceas­ ed, late of Davie County, North Carolina, this Is to notify ali persons having claims against said estate to present them to Ihe undersigned on or before Ihe 9lh day ol September, 1989, or this notice will be pleaded In bar ol Ihelr recovery. All per­sons Indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment lo Ihe undersigned. This the 9th day ol March, 1989. Carolyn McBride, Route 2, Box 154-D', ■ Mocksville, N.C. 27028, Administratrix ol the estate of Cara Belh Parker, deceased. 3-9-4tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTYCREDITOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Executrix ol the Estate ol Harrell Powell Sr., deceased, lale of Davie Counly, North Carolina, Ihis is 10 notify all persons, films, and corpora­tions having claims against the estate Ip exhibit Ihem to the undersigned In c/o Powell and Whitaker, Attorneys, Suite G-11, 120 Wesl Third Street, Winston- Salem, N.C. 27101, on or before Ihe 9th day o! September, 1989, or this nollce will bs pleaded in bar ol their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment. This the 2nd day of March, 1989. Margaret G. Powell, Executrix of the estale of Harrell Powell Sr„ deceased: Powell and Whitaker, Attorneys Suite G-11, 120 W. Third St.Winston-Salem, N.C. 27101 3-9-4tnp NORTH CAROLINA -DAVIE COUNTYNOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of the power of sale contained In a certain Deed of Trust ex­ecuted by Sheila M. Carter, lo James O. Buchanan, Trustee, dated tho 2nd day of February, 1978, and recorded in Book 103, Page 292, and rerecorded in Book 103, Pago 383, in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Davie County, Nonh Carolina, default having been made In the payment ol the indebtedness thereby secured and lailure lo carry out or perform Ihe stipulations and agreements therein contained, and thé holder of tha Indebtedness thereby secured having demanded a foreclosure thereof for the purpose of sallslylng said indebtedness, and the Clerk ol Court granting permission for Ihe foreclosure, tha undersigned Trustee will offer for sale at public auction to ths highest bidder for cash al the Courthouse door in Mocksville, North Carolina, at 12:00 Noon, on Ihe 16th day ol March, 1989, the land, as Improved, conveyed in said Deed of Trust, Ihe same lying and belnà In Mocksville Township, Davie County, North Carolina, and being more par­ticularly described as lollows: Being Lot No. 23, Ridgemont Subdivi^ sion. Section 1, according to a plat thereof and duly recorded In Ihe Davie County Registry in Plat Book 4, Page 135.Subject, however, lo the properly taxes for the year 1989, The record owner(s) ol this properly as reflected on the records of the Register ol Deeds of this county Is/are Sheila M. Carter. Temis ofthe sale, including the amount of the cash deposit, il any, to be made by the highest bidder at the sals, are: Five percent (5%) ol the amount of Iho highest bid must be deposited with tho Trustee pending confirmation ol the sale. Dated this 1st day of March, 1989. . Thurman E. Burnette, Trustee, substituted by Ihe Instrument recorded In Book 155, Page 762, Davie County Registry, N.C. 3-9-2tnp RE-SCHEDilLED Due To ^ __________________ Bad Weather Saturday March 11, 1989 Raymond Nibiock Estata Location: Cool Sprino*, N.C. (On Hwy. 64 lust East of Statesville, N.C.) ‘as Ford Pickup w/utlllty tool box cover * ‘81 Oldsmobile (Delta M dlC M O * ‘74 Volkeswagon * ‘68 Cadillac * ‘61 Chevrolet Pickup • ‘63 QMC Pickup (for parta) * ‘81 Qreat Lake» House Trailer (storage bulldlnfl).• ••••• AkHig wHh the aliove vahlcle«, we will also otter a few pieces Irom III« homo, plus contents of savaral full out buildings, (Nothing Irom the store/mussum will tie sold),• ••••• Depression Ers English Wsrdrob« * Modern Dining Room Table • Modsm Bulfst A Chins Closet * Modern Breakfast Table • 8 Din­ ing Hoorn Chairs (by t irllngton House) * Linens * Books & Prints * Whits Owl * ChlMrcn's Games * Old Pine Lamp Table * Bent Wood Tables * Woodsn & Iron Beds ‘ Early Elec. Fans ‘ Early a Othsr BIcycIss * Lste 1800‘s Metal II Wood Foot Press (Gould) * TaMo Jig Ssw * Wooden & MetsI Tool Boxes * Few Old Tools * Misc. BulMIng Supplies ’ Fsnn Stead Items * Misc. Scrap Metal • Alot of Odds a Ends * Many, Many Other Items. LUNCH AVAILABLE I RESTROOM YOM0<TIO^ N.CAL9U H. BUFORD • 704 546-2595 HORACE YORK • 919 7в«-551» BILL YORK • 704 54»-2в9« HAHHONY, NC • CUMHONS, NC1чюм0т1ма a сомоистма profesuonal дисломз since isas ' u f î 8D-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. TIIURSOAY, Marcl^9^J989 i.vts Jon cs T iirl Four Earn Band Honor e i i A S S I F I ^ S т с я в в и ю п и в i - i í 5 FAMILY YARD SALE; Sal., March 11, B.C. Brock Building, North Main Sireet, Mocksville. 8 a.m. unlil. Pro­ ceeds lor St. John AME Zion Church. _______________3-9-11P YARD SALE: Sal., March 11th, 7;00 unlil al the Rotary Hut in Mocksville. Inlants, children and adult clothing, loys, small appliances, dining room suite, dresser, dishes, curtains, bedspread, tupperware and more. Rain or shine.3-9-1 tp Animals FREE PUPPIES: Mixed lab and ger­ man shepherd. Black r^iaie or (emale. Need homes immediately. 264-4510. a-g.ltpH'C A p a r tm e n t F o r R e n t Four mcnjbcrs o f the Davic High School Marching Band were nam­ ed to the all-dislrict band last week. Chad Forrest, Hank Jones Jr., Eric Tart and Karen Jam es were named to (he band after compeli- tion at Appalachian State Univer­ sity Feb. 2 1. Jam es scorcd high enough to try ■ out for all-state band honors. That competition is scheduled for this weekend. Four hundred students tried out for the 175-m em ber all-district band. The students were given scores on their abilities to prepare scales, solo and sight read, said Davie band instructor, Kathy Ferebee. “ A fter we select the kids, they go to A SU and a nationally well- • known director teaches them,” she said. “ They practice Friday and .Saturday, and give a concert on .^Sunday.” The same will hold true for the ' state honors band, she said, except -'the concert w ill be given in I Raleigh. ; Jam es, a senior and daughter o f ; B ailey and W anda Jam es o f ; MocksviUe, plays alto clarinet. She ; w ill compete with 11 other musi- ; cians for two places onTIie stale ' 1 honors band. ; Forrest, a junior, is son o f Nor- m an and C aro l F o rrest o f ; M ocksville. H e plays drums. : ' Jones, a junior, is son o f Philip : Jbiies o f Route 7, M ocksville. He '• plays flute. ‘ Tart, a sophomore, is son o f Jesse and Kathy Tart o f Route 9, I M ocksville. He plays french horn. f Parade Saturday ; The Scotch-Irish Volunteer Fire ; Department in western Rowan : County will hold its annual St. ; Patrick’s Day parade Saturday at 3 p.m. ; Festivities w ill begin at 10 a.m . ; with displays and food. Among the : displays wDl be antique equipment and cars and modem vehicles. Irish : stew wilt be served. The St. Patrick’s Day celebration will be held on Needmore Road six : miles west o f N .C . 801. Scheduled to perform are the Back Creek Bluegrass B oys, the r! Back Creek d o g g ers and the An- ;.d> Murph Gospel Strings. Anyone can be in the St. v?atrick’s Day parade. For more in- i formation, call (704) 278-2698 or : 278-2488. : Completes Course ; Pvt, 1st Class Joe E, Johnson ; Jr., son o f Joe E . and Carolyn C . ’ Johnson o f Roule 5 , M ocksville, ' has com pleted the O H -58 ' helicopter repair course at the U .S. ; A rm y A viation School, Fort ' Rucker, Ala. i Subjects personnel studied ;j Ihrough academics and hands-on ;• training included the OH-58 tur- ;• bine engine, transmi.ssion, elcc- . i trical systems, flight controls, main J and tail rotor system s, and the air- \ craft's hydraulic system. ■ a COLONIAL MANOR APARTMENTS at 713 Old Lexington Rd., modern and allordable, two bedroom, 1 balh, wilh new carpet, central air, ap­ pliances. Jusi $275-$285 per month plus security deposit, Eubanks Pro­ perties, 919-723-0757, _______________________3-9-4tnp/EP FOR RENT..,.1 and 2-bedroom apart- menIs, kitchen appliances lurnished Including dishwasher, IVi-balhs, washer/dryer connections. Central heat/alr. Prewired (or cable and phone. Insulated doors and windows. No-wax kitchen/bath floors. Pool. Sunset Apartments, located behind Hendrix Furniture on highway 158, Mocksville. Phone 704-634-0168. HnD&W/ NEW, NEVER BEFORE LIVED IN APARTMENTS. 1 & 2 Bedroom and fully Furnished Studio. Water, sewer, drapes & kitchen appliances Includ­ ed. Dishwasher, frost-lree refrigerator, on site laundry facilities and washer/dryer connections, quick recovery water heater, smoke detec­ tor, central alr/heat, energy efficient, prewired lor phone & cable TV, am­ ple parking, private patio or balcony, 24 hour emergency maintenance, manager lives on property, clubhouse, pool, all purpose court for tennis, basketball, or volleyball, playground, children & small pels welcome. $50 oil tirsl month's rent plus other specials. Now you can "have it all" in Mocksville. Norlhwood Apartments, Milling Road. 634-4141. tfn/NA B u s in e s s O p p o r tu n ity C h ild C a re Christian Mother wiil care tor children in my home. Lots ol love. Relerences. Courtney area. (919)463-2938 at anytime. ____________________________3-2-Hn Mother wishes lo keep children In her home, William R. Davie area. 492-5534. _______________________3-2-2tnn/JS Wiil watch children in my home. Ad­ vance area. 998-0697.2-16-4tp TilntolMiProkuliinil ■КЙПШ • MEWtVI HC. • WON mclUOi HomeStudy<R«.Triinliig •ПМИМ1А» ДУМ1. • Ml ntCUUT UIIIT. 1.800-327-7728 THE НАЯГ SCHOOI A Oiï. cl /1С.1. Corp. IM'lhd(rli,Piii|)miBch,n. V Serving MocUitíU And for 41 Yean. *1010 WstI InnM Strtsl H e a lth Smith Grove, 1,000 sq. ft. zoned lor retail, halfway between Clemmons and Mocksville, $400 per month. 919-998-5178.3-9-2lnp 601 South. 1.62 acres, brick building, good for car lot, office, or any UM. $89,900, Call Evelyn 634-3831 or Lewis a Clark Realtors 1.800-0218. __________________________3-9-1 tnp OPEN YOUR OWN HIGHLY PRO­FITABLE FASHION SHOP. $19.99 maximum price. $13.99 one price. Jean/sportswear, Jr/Missy, Large Lady, Maternity, InlanUPreleen or Shoe Store. Over 2000 First quality namebrands. ‘Bugleboy "Lee "Levi •Heallhtex "Jordache 'Organically Grown ‘ Reebok ‘ Liz Claiborne and more. $13,900 to $28,900 includes in- . ventory, training, fixtures, grand C a r d s o f T h a n k s PHILUPS We would like to express our deepest thanks to everyone for the beautiful fiowers, food, cards and especially the comfort of knowing thal you're there and care during the recent loss of our loved one. May God richly bless you. The Family Of Charles M. Phillips ABORTION ALTERNATIVES...Free Pregnancy tesllng."We care about you and your baby; AND WE CAN HELP.” Call Right to Life at 492-5723 or 634-5235. tin ABORTION....Pregnancy Testing. For an appointment call Arcii'fia Women's Clinic, Winston Salem col­ lect. 919 721-1620, lln-A H o m e s F o r S a le BY BUILDER- New 2 story brick home In Raintree Estates. Features: 17’ ceiling in great room, with arched win­ dows and balcony, eat-in kitchen, for­ mal living and dining areas, whirlpool bath, 4 bedrooms, 3 walk-in closets, over sized 2 car garage, on 1 acre lot. Quality features through-out. RC Short Custom Homes. 998-4772. tfn/RCS Carolina E.E. Homes will build to suit your needs. We build on your land or ours. Many lloorplans in slock. Come by today for a free estimate or call lor inlormation. We can also help you with your remodeling jobs. 704-634-2252. tIn/HPR DAVIE COUNTY - Hwy. 158, 4 miles from Mocksviiie. House, outbuilding, barn, 11.IB acres. 501 feet on Main Church Road. 634-5013. ________________________3-9-4lp/NS DO YOU OWN YOUR OWN LOT??? We can build you a new home. No Money Down. For details call: Stan Gladden (collect) 919-621-6088 daily.tfn/SG Davie Counly 3 BR, 2'/j BA, double garage, basement, deck, breeze-way. Excellent condilion. 3.15 acres, 1 year old. $118,000. Call Evelyn 634-3831 or Lewis & Clark Realtors 1-800-451-0218.3-9-1tnp FOR SALE BY OWNER: Custom-built Contemporary Home, 4 BRs., 2’/2 baths, all lormal areas, den w/fireplace. Atrium Peela windows, Jenn Aire range. Lovely rural location. Owner re-locating. $88,500. 704.284-2623.tIn/PD NORTH MAIN STREET...Brick Ran­cher, 3-BR’s, 2-Baths, 3100 sq. ft., acre lot. Ready lor growing family. $84,900. Crowder Realty, Allen Mar­ lin, 998-5294. 2-23-4tnp/CR H o m e s F o r R e n t 4-Room House, and apartment for rent. 492-5561._________________________3-2-2tp/BP Smith Grove 2 BR, large back yard, $350 per month. 919-998-5178. _______________________3-9-2tnp/DR Someone single to share a nice 3-Bedroom house. $150 per month plus halt of utilities. 284-4156.2-2-tfn L a n d F o r S a le 8.59 ACRES WOODED LAND FOR SALE 2 miles North of Frankllnton, NC olf US 1. $3,000 per acre. $5,000 down, owner financing. Call after 6 pm. (919)772-5869, ____________________________3-9-1 Ip DAVIE COUNTY. Moving with the Lee Plant? Need acreage? 17.32 acres by owner, house, 416.44 road Irontage. $40,000. (919) 785-0107. ____________________________tfn/LPG Davie County 3.18 acre homesite. Near 1-40 8 801, wooded, paved road, perked, counly water. $22,000. 993-7231. 2-23-4tp/CC L o ts F o r R e n t MOBILE HOME LOT FOR RENT Call 998-3902 __________________________2-2-tln/JL MOBILE HOME LOTS AVAILABLE - Also Vi acre tracts lor sell, $2000 down, owner holds mortgage. 704-492-7853 or 704-634-1218.tln/BSC 3 mobile home lots in Mocksville. oil 601 South. $90 per month. Call 998-5476. Lakelano Mobile Home Park. 2-9-8tnp L o t s F o r S a l e LOT FOR SALE: 601 Greasy Corner. (704)633-5936. 3-9-4ШР L o s t & F o u n d LOST DOG: Black shepherd, yellow collar. Answers to name of Bullet. Call 998-8095. Wood Valley Mobile Home Park. 3-9-1tp M is c e lla n e o u s 15 Ft. Bomber Fiberglass Boat - galvanized trailer, depth finder, con­ sole steering, $1,800. Jack Sanford 634-3350. _________________________3-2-4lp/JS S888 SWIMMING POOL 5888 Warehouse clearance ol new 1988 pools, 24' X 32' completely installed. Includes huge deck, ladder, lencing, niter and skimmer. Financing avaiiabie. Other pools avaiiabie. Call toll free 24 hours 1-800-523-0400. American Pools by an American Companyl___________________________2-23-7tp ANYONE CAN APPLYI Guaranteed Visa/MC, US Charge, Even with bad credit. No one relused. Call (213)925-9906 ext. U 2269. ____________________________3-2-4IP BERMUDA HAY FOR SALE...COW grade, $12,50 per bale. Horse grade, $22.50 per bale. GUARANTEED 1100 Ibs. We load Ihem. Clinton, NC 919-592-3593, Irom 8 am - 5 pm. 3-9-4tnp lis c e lla n e o u s Rtsldantial, Commmrcial A Mobile Homes for all your electrical needs "No Job Is Too Small” Jim W Ht ElMtrie (704) 2B4-2797 20 years Experience Senior Cltlz«M Discount N.C. Lie. 86031 TnkilM cannili•Ш Ш • csMiiMU • m m MBoa •м и ш м м к -'м м м а п т и м г . l-S00-S27-77aS*.С.Т.1МЮ.1СИ001 FIREWOOD.,.998-9477. N u rs e ry FOR SALE; Buffet & Hutch wilh 5 glass doors $300. Antique bookcase $100. 284-4289.3-9-1 tnp M obile H om es For Rent .\ Mobile Home Rentals, weekly or mon­ thly. 704-492-7853 or 704-634-1218. _____________________________3-9-lfn New 14x70, total eleclric mobile home on private shady lot. 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, washer/dryer, central air. No small children or dogs. Prefer work­ ing couple. $250 month plus deposit. 634-2532. _________________________3-9-tfn/GM Nice 2 bedroom mobile home, private lot. References, deposit re­quired. $250 month. 284-2688 or 284-4S49.__________________________3-9-1 tnp WHY PAY RENT? RENT TO OWNI New Mobile Homes 14x70 total elec­lric, 704-634-1218 or 704-492-7853. 3-9-tfn M obile H om es For Sale 1983 14x64 Oakwood Mobile Home. 2 BR, 1'/2 BA, relrigerator, stove, washer/dryer, deck, underpinning, Total elcctric. Exceilenl condition, $14,000. Cali 919-998-3297 alter 4:30. ______________________3-9-1 tnp/GLW Lee’s Mobile Home's, Volume Dealer, Rd, 1923. Norwood. NC. Open 7 days till sundown. Box Sine, 24x40-16,999,00; 24x48-19,999.00; 28x60-23,999,00; 14x66-12,999.00; 14x48-9,999.00, 704^74-4906. tfn/LMH Lee's Mobile Homes, Volume Horton and Fleetwood dealer. Road 1923, Norwood, N.C.. open 7days. Furnish­ ed, hitch Inc. None down on clear deed. Triple wide $35,999. 28x70 - $28,999. 28x64 - $25,999. 24x64 • $23,999. 24x52 - $20,999. 24x44 - $16,999, 14x80 - $16,999. 14x70 - $12,999. 14x52 - $9,999. Used homes available. 1-800-777-8652. tfn FRUIT TREES Berry Plants, Grape Vines, Landscape Plant material - offered by one ot Virginia's largest growers. Free copy 48 page Planting Gulde-Catalog In coior on request. WAYNESBORO NURSERIES INC. Waynesboro, VA 229803-2-4lnpn(VN R e a l E s ta te “ ATTENTION - GOVERNMENT HOMES Irom $1 (U-repaIr). Delin­quent tax property. Repossessions. Call 1-602-838-8885 Ext. GH3131. _______________________________3-2-4IP GOVERNMENT HOMESI From $1.00 (U Repair) Foreclosures, Repos. Tax Delinquent Properties, Now Selling This Areal Call (Refundable) 1-315-733-6064 Ext 1379 For Cur­ rent LIstlngsI FOR SALE: 140 acres, part or all, Iredell Co. 704-546-2696. 3-2-lfh S e rv ic e M u s ic BARFORD'S PIANO TUNING. Repair­ ing, rebuilding. Work guaranteed. 919-998-2789. tlnWB ALL PLUMBING REPAIR, hourly rates. Call 998-2182. ________________________3-9-41np/SS ATTENTION FARMERS: Stock Removal 7 days a week. Down ahd dis-abled Cows and Horses-if dead, call at ONCEI Will NOT pick up OLD Dead animals. JOHNSON & ALEX­ ANDER DOG FOOD COMPANY, Rt. 2, Harmony. (704) 546-2357 or 546-7453. _________________________• 1-5-50tp AUTO REMOVER Man will buy Junk car batteries and trucks for cash. Will also remove trash from around your home. Call (704)634-3256. Ifn/GF BARFORD’S PIANO RE­ BUILDING....Self players, pump organs. 919-998-2789. _____________________________tfnWB B&B Contractors Salvage Wiil remove unwanted cars, washing machines, anything steel at NO CHARGE. 634-1218 or 492-7853.3-9-tfn SCRATCH-N-DENT SPECIALS FTR 710 RCA 26” M onitor Color T.V . W ith Rem ote Regularly »499“ SPECIAL PRICE *3 9 t*« M odel 8300 GE H eavy Duty W asher Regularly *439»« Full Factory W arranty_____________SPECIAL PRICE *3 B 4 " M odel 3100 GE W asher Regularly *369“ SPECIAL PRICE *2S S ** GE 26 ” Color Console Regularly *629“ SPECIAL PRICE * 4 U * * REPO SPECIALS 2-16-4tp/JS FIREWOOD FOR SALE...V4 ton pick­ up load. Mixed hardwood. $45.00. Tony Green, 634-3489, IfnATG FOR SALE: ISO AC, part or ail. Iredell Co. (704)546-2696, 2-23-tfn FOR SALE: Accordian, Auto-harp, and other MISCELLANEOUS ITEMSI Good buys. Good condition. 492-7567.3-9-2tp/DJ Top O f The Line GE W asher M odel 8324 W ith M ini Basket • 3 3 * ’ P er MoMtk GE M odel 7109 Dryer Extra Large Capacity * 2 6 * * Per М о я » M odel 1902 GE 19” Color T.V .* 2 1 > * Per M oNtk Channel M aster Color T.V . Antenna W ith Rotor 91 700 Per Month W e H ave Used Tires A ll S cratc h - N - D en t S pecials C arry Full M an u fa ctu rers W a rra n ty , C A R O L I N A T i R E Ijivwon or Brad ñaaan. Inc. т т ш ш и у ш т А о . MOCKIVIUE, N.c. M 4 -6 11I SMtHMn:1И: глшвт u t T JI-M M i ~ a n d < w OAKWOOD HOMES has the key to your heart! introducing the All New 1989 V V ¥ CUSTOM HOMES V V V featuring our well-known ■ Quality y Affordability yLlvabllity y L o v a b ility »___________ See our 7 0 ’, 3 Bedroom , 2 Bath Custom W ith Fireplace Priced At Only $ 1 7 ,8 6 0 1-85 Business Loop Lexington, N.C. 704-249-7041 $1.199 Down, 14.50(Vb APR (or 144 Month DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9,19 Service Baker Rooting New & Old Roots Patcliwork Free Estimates 919-998-6399 20 Years Experience _________________________3-9-tln/BR Bob’s Aulo Service . Aulomatlc transmission parts and ser- ;.;-vlce, t^ocks Church Rd., Advance, •' -Bob or Jean Winters. 998-4005.___________________ ttn/BW DAVIE BUILDERS, INC. Is proud lo , have Robert Lyerly working with the■ lirm.Roberthasover40yearsoleleo- trlcal experience and is very knowledgable in all areas of electrical contracting. Call us lor last courteous and elliclent electrical repairs or cd- ■ ditlons. Our rates are very com­petitive. No job is considered to small. ' Wiien you need an electrician call (704)634-3538 (OKIce) NC License , No. 7993-L.2-23-4tnp/DB D & D Building & Remodeling, we ■ ■ specialize in decks, garages and all types ol remodeling in your home. ; 284-2698 or 284-2676. ____________________________ttn/KD ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANERS..SALES & SERVICE.,. Robert Brocks...284-2662. ___________________________2-9-5tp GENERAL HOUSECLEANÍNQ or Spring Cleaning. Reasonable rates. •; 998-5890. •:________________________3-9-4tn/BB HAULING/WELDING Hauling gravel, mulch, anythlngl Vi/elding metal and aluminum Reasonable rates 634-2411 or 284-2975 ______________________i-i9-iotpyHC ‘ HOME COOKED MEALS...Your groceries, my time. Wm. R. Davie ' area. Monday-Friday 492-7876. 3-9-2tnp In c o m e t a x e s p r e p a r e d b yEXPERIENCED ■ TAX PREPARER AT REASONABLE R A TE S . For Appointmenl Call Gane Hendrix At 998-SMS After 5 p.m.l 1-26-12tnp Service SUNSHINE WINDOW CLEANING... Commerdal/Rssidential. House/Ollice Cleaning. ALSO Carpet shampoo/ex­ tract. $1*1.95 per room. 704-634-4461. 3-9-tln/RB TUTORING by cerlilied experienced teacher. Grades K-6. 634-4235 alter 6 p.m.3-9-2tnp/NS TIdy-up Cleaning Service Weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, one-time. Free estimales. 284-4444. tIn/BS WEDDINGS, RECEPTIONS, BAN­ QUETS...Fresh or Silk...10 years Floral experience. PARTY PLEASERSI 998-7014. 2-16-4tnp/JM WINDOWS WELCOMED Spring & General Housedeaning 1-704-636-7924 l(n/NA WIII do housedeaning...Advance area, dependable, experienced, relerences. 998-5138. 2-23-4lnp/LW ■’ Л INCOME TAX PREPARATION l^^for tM t •nielant, confidential w r- •¿f-vtea call Paggy Joynar 492-S5S9. Sanford Ava. • Graan Hill area. : ■ i-i2-i3tp/pj i ^ ^------------------ Maaonry Work ■ basements, i chimneys, veneering, porches, j underpinning, etc. Call alter 6 p.m. :< Free Estimates 998-4765. •J _______________________3-2-Hn/RA } Painting, home repairs, large or small. ' Free estimates. James Miller 998-8340. f i —--------^----------------------------- SPECULiaNQ IN FENCE BUILDING 998-94T7 2-16-20tp/JS : Classifieds Sell i Call 634-2129 V e h ic le s N u r s in g A s s is t a n t s Are you certified or have 1 year's experience? Would you like a relief position to have more time for yourself or family? Maybe you have been looking for a full time position where what you do is understood and appreciated. Come see us at: A u t u m n C a r e EEO of Mocksville on Duke Street, Off Salisbury Street. 634-3535 QUALITY AT WORK For thOM using For tho “tomporary" tOMporiry porsonol •4S minuta гааропи tima •MUMcMcaVaacrtUrial . •Productivity control I, euatofflar-aarvlca A a ЩЁШт •Excellent pay •Bantfiti •Holldiy/vacitlon pay •Profit «hiring •Parking allowances •Avallablllly of hulth/llfa Insurance •Computar ksyboitd training •Chanca to win a car or crulaa Wlnoton-Salem 760-4630 E.O.E. Vehicles '77 Granada. Call anytime 634-2938.3-9-1 tpn'H E m p lo y m e n t E m p lo y m e n t E m p lo y m e n t TROY’S AUTO SALES THE BEST SELECTION IN STATESVILLE 1123 Shelton Ave. Statesville, NC 704/872-8769 704/878-6262 NO INTEREST E—2 PAYMENT PLAN BUY HERE—PAY HERE _RO_CREDIT—BAD CREDIT NO PROBLEM WE ALSO BUY USED CARS Employment Travel Bus Tours - Travel, 6 deys - 5 nights May 6-11. New Orleans, Memphis, Gracelsnd,' Belllngrath Gardens. Guided tour of New Orleans. “Creole Queen" boat cruise. Ad­ mission to Graceland, Elvis plane and bus. Tour Insurance end bag­ gage handling. D-S381, T-S333, Q-$308. $25 deposit now for reser­ vations. Helen Bailey 998-4338 or 998-4078. __________________________3-9-2tp July 2-7 - Niagara, Toronto and Lan­ caster. Guided tour of Niagara Falls, Toronto. Admission to Casa Lome. Tour of Lancaster and Amish Feast. D-$370, T-$315, Q-$264. Helen Bailey 998-4338 or 998-4078. ____________________________3-9-2tp May 20 - Myrtle Beach & Waccamaw Pottery. 1 day shopping trip. Cost S28.00. Helen Bailey 998-4338 or 998-4078. CHECK CLASSIFIEDS FOR LATER TOURS.3-9-2tp '77 Buick Regal: used radiator. 998-0697. 2-16-4tp '82 Mazda 626:5-speed, Air Condition, 4-Door, 60,000 miles. VERY GOOD CONDITIONI 634-5443. ____________________________ 3-9-4tp '84 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme:V-6, a-door, 39,500 miles, AM/FM radio, lockable wire wheels, cloth seats, hall-vlnyl top. Excellent condi­ tion. $5,300. Call 919-766-7252. 2-16-4tnp SALISBURY MOTOR CO. Bulck-Peugeot 700 W. Innes St., Salisbury 704/636-1341 ttnS AIRLINES NOW HIRING. Flight atten­ dants, travel agents, mechanics, customer sen/lce. Listings. Salaries to $105K. Entry level posilions. Call (1) 805-687-6000 Ext. A-5720.2-2-8tp AUTOMOTIVE SALESPERSON NEEDED lor Chevrolel Dealership. If you are presently employed in retail sales, we will train. An opportunity to improve your income. Da^on Motors, Inc., Hwy. 601-421, Yadklnvllle. (919)679-3135.3-9-tln/DM CRUISE SHIP JOBS $300 to $900 Weekly. 919-961-3971 Ext. C2. ___________________________3-9-2tnp DIRECT CARE STAFF needed to work all shifts In group homes for the men­ tally retarded. Competitive salary & benelits. Training provided. Call Pro­ Comm at 278-9681. ____________________3-9-8tnp/PC Direct Care Stall needed lo work all shilts in group homes lor the mental­ ly relarded. Competitive salary and benelits. Training provided. Call Pro­ Comm al 278-9681. 1-26-8tnp EA RN UP TO $20,000 Per Y ear R aising CH IN CH ILLA S For Information write to: (p/ease give name, age and phone number) RANCHERS P.O. Box 3566 Oslton, Georgia 30721 _________1404) 278-4828 w jio EARN EXCELLENT MONEY at home ASSEMBLY work. Jewelry, Toys, others. Call 1-619-565-1522 Ext. T3410 NC, 24 hrs. (bm) ____________________________3-9-1tp EARN MONEY Reading booksi $30,000/yr Income potential. Delails. (1)805-687-6000 Ext. Y-5720. _____________________2-23-4lp/AJBA Easy WorkI Excellent Payl Assemble products at home. Call for Informa­ tion. 504-649-0670 Ext. 6645. ________________________3-2-2tp/GA Experienced Secretary need for cor­ porate legal department. Organized individual with excellent typing skills, and word processing experience. Willingness to assume various responsibilities. Free parking. Send resume lo P.O. Box 1670 Clemmons NC 27012._______________________ Experienced Stocker and Cashier. Apply in person at: Lowe's Foods, 907 Mumlord Drive. 634-3105. _________________________3-°-2tnp;L FRIENDLY HOME PARTIES has open­ ings in this area lor managers and dealers. Free training, commission up to 25 percent, override up to 7 per­ cent, no paper work, no delivering or collecting, highest hostess awards. No handling or service charge. Over 800 dynamic items - toys, gilts, home decor and Christmas decor. For Iree catalog call 1-800-227-1510. 3-9-1 tp/JRA Full-time lawn maintenance help need­ ed. Year round servioe. Paid holidays, paid hospitalization and llle insurance. Call if Interested 998-3177 or 998-3479. _____________________________2-9-lln GOVERNMENT JOBS $16,040 - $59,230/yr. I^ow hiring. Call (1) 805-687-6000 Ext. R-5720 lor current federal list. 2-2-8tp Lordy, Lordy Mama's 40! Happy Birthday!! March 11, 1989 W ilh Love, Don And Kids GANTT PERSONNEL, INC. 634-GANT What A Temporary Help Company Has To Offer: 1. Almost Immediate Employment 2. Opportunity To Gain Or Improve Skills 3. Flexibility And Freedom 4. Experience In Variety Of Work Settings 5. Supplement Current Income. W O N D E R K N I T / S C O R E B O A R D Milling Road, Mocksville, N.C. 27028 Is n o w a c c e p t in g a p p lic a t io n s fo r w a r e h o u s e h e lp . E x c e lle n t b e n e f it s Apply in person Monday thru Thursday ' 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. EOE/FM HELP I am the owner ot a small, but rapidly expanding corporation & need several key people to assist me. Up to: $1200 per mo. Must be neat & aggressive & able lo start work Immediately. Call 919-766-9104. ________________________3-9-1 tp/CC HOUSEKEEPER...$4.00 per hour. Vacation, holidays, insurance. App­ ly In person, 8 am - 3 pm to: Mr. Dunn, Bermuda Village, Advance. 998-6112. 3-9-1 tnp LEAD INSTRUCTOR..AIr Condition­ ing, Heating, Relrlgeration. Re­quirements: 3 years leaching ex­ perience, work experience, comple­ tion ol posl-fecondary ACHR pro­ gram, license, certilication. Resumes by April 15: Personnel Officer, Brunswick Community College, Supply, NC 28462, (919)754-6900. AA/EOE 3-9-1tp MANAGEMENT Responsible individuals needed lor Sales and Manager Trainee posilions with our growing lirm. UNLIMITED OPPORTUNITY. High initial Income with a complete training program. For lurther information call 1-800-642-0531.________________________3-9-1 tp/CC NEED SITTER In our home. 1-2 days per week lor 3 and 1 year old girls. Salary negotiable. Relerences re­ quired. 634-0881.3-2-tln NORTHWEST CHILD DEVELOP­ MENT is currently accepting applica­ tions lor part-time cook in our Farm­ inglon Child Development Center. Applicants must be a high school graduale and at least 18 year old and have 6 months experience In institu­ tional lood preparation. Apply in per­ son: Farmington Community Center, Farmington Road.3-9-1tnp/NWCD Experienced Legal Secretary — Clemmons Area. Reply In ,(^- lidence with resume and salary'.(^- quirements to Secretary, P.O.-Box 525, Mocksville, NC 27028. -C a-^tfn Need someone to llva-In wilh elder­ ly lady, in Farminglon area. Full-time or part-time. Call 919-463-2437 bet­ ween 5 and 9 p.m. ______________________2-16-4tp/SCR PRE-SCHOOL TEACHERS needed lor fall 1989. Morning 8:30-12 Noon. Send resume' to: Pre-School, P.O. Box 236, Clemmons, NC 27012;- _________________________3-9-4tnp/P RECREATION COORDINATOR Responsible for planning and coor­ dinating leisure-time activities for 35 clients in ICF-MR group homes In Rowan and Davie County. Evenings and alternate weekend vrork required. Preler experience and WSAI. Send resume lo ProComm, 100 Roseman Lane, Cleveland, NC 27013. _______________________3-2-2tnp/PC Sales Person lor home improvements with largest dealer in the area. Ex­ perienced only, for Davie County. Ask for John 1-800-248-620S. ______________________3-9-3tnp/LSW Wastewater Treatment Plant Laboratory Supervisor, Whiteville, NC - supervises Laboratory and per­ forms chemical analyses as required for 2.5 MGO modified activated sludge waste treatment facility. Re­ quires B.S. or B.A. or A. A. Degree In Chemistry or related science with (2) year laboratory experience. Prefer certified Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator, must have experience.in wastewater treatment. Salary com­ mensurate with education and ex­ perience. Send applications and resumes to City Engineer, P.O. Box 607, Whiteville, NC 28472. EOE 3-9-1 tp CNA’S AND LPN’S EARN WHAT YOU ARE WORTH AT KIIMBERLY QUALITY CARE FACT: There is a growing demand for your professional service FACT: With us you decide your days and liiours FACT: We offer outstanding new pay rates FACT: It’s not all work - ask about our bonus plan. and benefits Call us at 704-637-2598 for more information. Transportation and references required. Ask for. Laura or Lori. _________________________________E !_________________________m i i i u . H e l p W a n t e d Mocksville Area: General Laborers needed for poultry packaging plant full time; $4 - $6/hour Please Call Collect: 0-919-777-0843 Friday, March 10 - Monday, March 13 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. EOE/M F Э-9-np SARA LEE KNIT PRODUCTS Part-Time Industrial Nurse R e g is t e r e d N u r s e p o s itio n a v a ila b le a t o u r D a v ie D is trib u tio n C e n t e r in A d v a n c e t h r e e (3 ) d a y s p e r w e e k , in d iv id u a l m u s t h a v e 2 y e a r s e x p e r ie n c e in g e n e r a l n u r s in g : a b le t o w o rl< in d e p e n d e n t ly . J o b d u t ie s in c lu d e : • p r o v id in g fir s t a id to e m p lo y e e s a n d e m e r g e n c y c a r fo r in ju r ie s a n d illn e s s e s . • d o in g p r e - e m p lo y m e n t p h y s ic a ls , a n d • p r o m o t in g e m p lo y e e s a f e t y a n d w e lln e s s th r o u g h e m p lo y e e c o u n s e lin g a n d tra in in g p r o g r a m s Call (919) 998-8550 or apply in person on Cornatzer Road. Resumes accepted at P.O. Box 128, Advance, N.C. 27006. EOE/M/F/V/H 3-9-Stnbp lOD—DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 9, 1989 F i r e m a n S u f f e r s S m o k e I n h a l a t i o n F i g h t i n g B l a z e FA RM IN G TO N - Eric Scou Lcw alltn and liis w ife losl llieir home last Thursday nijjhl to fire. The Lcwallens, who rented a mobile home in Potts Trailer Park on McKnight Road, were not at home when the fire occurrcd. ac­ cording to David Hutchens ofthc Farmington Fire Departnient. The mobile home was in (lamc.s when nremen arrived at 8:39 p.m. One fireman, Robert K. M ills, was injured lighting the fire. Mills sulTcrcd smoke inhalation when he fell and his oxygen mask caiiic dIT. according to Fire Chief Charles Pilcher. M ills was taken lo Davie County Hospital, where he was ad­ milled for ob.serviilion and releas­ ed the next day. a hospital spokesman said. The cause o f the fire, which de.stroyed the mobile home, is be­ ing investigated, ll was owned by Gary Potts, owner o f the mobile home park. 4 9 8 G e t S u r p l u s F o o d A t D i s t r i b u t i o n By K alh y D. C h affin Davie Counly Enlerprise-Record Representatives o f 498 Davic County families were allocated surplu.s food at a Feb. 16 distribu­ tion at the National Guard Arm ory on U .S. 64 east o f M ocksville. . These familic.s comprl.>ic 990 people, James Clark told the Davie County Board o f Social Services last week. T he commodities supplied through the Tem porary Em ergen­ cy Food Program had changed since the last distribution in August ;J9 88 . The D avie County Depart- .ment o f Social Services, o f which X la rk is director, cancelled its ^regular November distribution last ’ • year because the supply o f cheese, ■ honey, rice and powdered milk had j run out. - ITiese commodities were replac- - ¿L'at last month’s distribution with "Such items as canned pork, egg mix ■and raisins. The quantities were ^aiso smaller than they had been, ; Clark said. •; ■- For exam ple, each person was ' given only one unit o f egg m ix, i which is equivalent to six eggs, i “ Probably the biggest disap- Ipointment we had,” Clark said, I “ w e’d been led to believe we were going to have the dried beans." In- ! stead, the surplus beans consisted '.of: a standard can o f beans and ' tomatoes, which is hardly enough > for two people, he said. ' < Bccause o f the small quantities, ^Clark said he and M issy Foster, ' eligibility supervisor for the depart- “ ji№nt, questioned whether the ^ilistribution was worthwhile. - However, all but one o f several ^TMipients interviewed in a sample survey said they wanted the pro- ;;grain continued. And that one ¡w asn ’t sure. . Clark said he had contacted state ^officials who allocate the com- ;tnodtties for the U .S. Department ;p f Agriculture about increasing the : quantities, but they said that wasn’t ^jimsibte. The guidelines for the .'program allow only for reducing : the quantities. you gave them less beans, ■jhere wouldn’t be any beans,” • Clark said. “ So it does get a little ^Tidiculous. W e’re still working on that.” ; ' The distribution amounts have decreased from last year, said aboard member Dorothy Graham. ;^ fo re , people were getting more than Ihey could use. "T h ey just weren’t using all the cheese and ■ stuff lhat they were given,” she said. • A lso at the Feb. 28 meeting, the ■board voled 3-0 (JoAnn Bower and ■Bill Foster were absent) to recom- ;ihend to the Davie County Board ■of Commissioners that Ann Stayer, ;!>(Kial worker for the department, be allowed to attend the annual conference o f the National Coun- ;cii on Aging, scheduled for March 29-April 1 in New Orieans. J^ C Iark said commissioners must .'approve out-of-state travel ex- Cookl«» Here, Available •»'Gill Scout cookies have arrived. who hasn't yet bought . <^kie^ or who needs ai^V can do so iu Wal-Mart Store li^MoctuvUle on March 11, 9 pcn.scs. The cost, which includes travel, accom m odations and registration, is estimated at $850. With the elderly population in­ creasing at a drastic rale, Clark .said it is important for employees to stay on top o f the latest issues and technology affecting the aging. F arm in sto n and Sm ith G ro ve firem en battle b laze at Potts T ra ile r P ark last w eek. — Photo by Mike Barnhardt C o o l e e m e e G alax y F o o d C e n te r Located On Highway 801, Cooleemee, North Carolina. Phone 284-2514 We reserve Ihc right lo limit quantities and limit .sales to vendors. This ad is effective week of February 20 - February 25, 1989 Wc welcome WIC Vouchers and Fedcntl Food Stamps I w a y s F r e s h P r o d u c e Dixie Dew^^ California Rich In Vitamin С NavelOranges 10 Pound Bag e a t s Butcher’s Best'^ USDA Choice Beef Cubed Steak $ ^ 9 8 T h e F r e s h e s t M e a t s USDA Grade A Gold>n»Fresh Youngjender Roasting ChickenkOr Fryer _ ,Breast Quarters 8 9 ^ Dixie Dew” Florida Pink Grapefruit...................................Ea.3/^1 Dixie Dew’ Rich In Vitamin A And 0 Potassium And P h ^ h c ru s Fresh Tomatoes.................................ib .5 9 ^ Dixie Dew^' Rich In Vitamin A Fresh Asparagus.............................. Dixie Dew^ High In Fiber Yellow Onions........................5 Lb. Bag 8 9 ^ r o c e r y S p e c i a l s Mom & Pop's “ Whole" 12-14 Lb. Average Country Cured Ham.........................Lb.^1*®Oak Creek Sliced Bacon......................................ie oz. P k g .5 9 ^ Farmer’s Finest* Combination Pork Chops.........................................................Lb.>»15® Farmer’s Finest* Pork Chops........................................Lb.*l®® r o c e r y S p e c i a l s Assorted Angel Soft Tissue 4 Roll Package 8 8 Assorted Lady Speed Spray.................4 Oz. can ^1 ^® Nile Time Alka-SeKzer Plus...................20 ct. box^2^* Cold Medicine Alka-Seltzer Plus................2o ct. box^2^® Gwaitney Great Dogs..............................ie Oz. Pkg. 7 9 ^ Everyone's Favorite Oscar Mayer Wieners........ie oz. Pkg. Oscar Mayer Sliced Bologna.....................is oz. Pkg.^1*® Stock-Up On Better Valu Franks................12 oz. Pkg. 6 9 * G r o c e r y S p e c i a l s Pepsi Mountain Dew 3 Liter P $ 1 4 9 Diet 10' More Regular, Unscented, or With Bleach Tide Detergent 72 Ounce Box $ 3 9 9 Quaker Quick Grits..............................1.5 Lb. 00x78^ Aunt Fanny Fecan Twirls........................6 ct. Pkg.2/99^ Hefty Cinch'Sak Trash Bags...........20 ct. box^3®® Decorator Coronet Napkins.....................140 ct. Pk. 6 8 «Roddenbery's Fresh Kosher Dills................46 oz. jar^l'*® Assorted Varieties Oodles Of Noodles...........3 oz. Pkg. 5 / 9 9 « r o c e r y S p e c i a l s FLORIDAGOLO Chilled Orange Juice 64 Ounce Carton $ ^ 4 8 F r o z e n S p e c i a l s Regular Or Country Style Minute Maid Orange Juic12 Ounce Can $ ^ 2 9 Coble Novelty Pack Ice Cream 6 & 12 Pack Stilwell Breaded Okra.......................................24 oz. Ready To Fill Pet*Ritz Pie Shells................................2Ct. P K kS9« Creamy Pet Whip Whipped Topping.....................s oi. sowi 7 9 ^ Sargento Imitation Shredded Mozzarella Cheeses Oz. Pack99« Morning Fresh Butter>Me*Not Biscuits.....................5 ct. can2 /7 9 ^ Shedd’s Spread Margarine Quarters.............................ie oz. sox 3 3 « L o w e r P r ic e s F o r ' A l l Y o u r G r o c e r ie s A U T i i e T i m e ! T l i a t ’s W i i a t Y o u ’l l F i n d A t O a l a x y P a g e 1 -D J M o c k s v i l l e S a y s N o T o D e v e l o p e r ’ s S é w é r D A V IE C O U N T V 50Ф E N T E R P R I / E I ^ E C O R D U S P S 149 -lfiO IIIU H SIM V . M ard i 16. 19 8 9 ^ — i 44 P A G E S G o i n g T o R a t l e d g e R o a d ? M a p N o H e l p By Kathy D. Chaffin Davie County Enterprise-Record If you’re planning to visil someone on Ratledge Road, don’t look to a Davic County map to help you ^et there. ; There’s a Ratledge Road in the County Line fire district and another in Center. There are two Ralph Ratledge roads, one in the County Line district and one in William R. Davie. There is even a Claude Ratledge Road in Sheffield-Calahaln. Confused? s So were county officials and volunteer firefighters when they set out to update Davie’s •road system. ;’The five Ratledge roads were among several H e a r i n g O n R o a d N a m e s M o n d a y County commissioners have scheduled a public hearing for Monday night on 148 pro­ posed road name changes. The hearing will ise held at 7 p.m. in the courtroom of the coun­ ty courthouse. The proposed name changes represent a year’s work by county officials and volunteer firemen. “ It was awfully hard, and it still is hard,” said Craig Greer, county administrative assis­ tant. “ I just hope everyone understands wc don’t like hurting them. We’re trying to help.” with the same name. There are three Boger roads in Davie County, a Markland Avenue and a Markland Road and a Sanford Avenue and a San­ ford Road, a Robin Road and a Robyn Road and a Norman Drive and a Norma Drive. Some road names aren’t the same, but they sound alike. Take Jim Spry Road in the Jerusalem fire district and Jim Frye Road in Farmington. Some roads don’t even have names, while others are called one thing on one end and another on the other. For example, a motorist on Davie Academy Road ends up on Green Hill Road without making a turn. This makes following directions difficult, and in an cmcrgency, confused directions could mean the difference between life and death. S.T. Dunn, director of the Davie County Com­ munications Department, said it’s sometimes dif­ ficult to dispatch emergency calls by the existing county map. Updating the road names to eliminate overlap would ensure a better response time. “ It will help everybody, it really will,” he said, “ us, the EMS (Emergency Medical Service) and the fire depart­ ments, too.” The Davie County Board of Commissioners Please See County — P. '7 M a n I n j u r e d i A T h e n B o a t [ u n s A s h o r e Mocksville man |:was'seriously injured Sunday I'night when the boat he was libpctating on the South Yadkin liRiver ran into the river bank. Michael Jay Whitaker, 29, l;\vas flown by helicopter from l:Daivie Cpunty Hospital to N.C. I Memorial Hospital in Chapel I-Hill, where he was listed in ■ ■ serious condition on Monday, 1 ; sufjfering from cuts to the face I;'arid submersion injuries, r.:: Sizemore was thrown from I -ük-lô-foot fiberglass boat when I -it;nm ashore, said Officer Larry I ;J; Lawter of the N.C. Wildlife l;Resources Commission en- I ^forcement division. I;:-The boat hit the bank about j ^ a-mile south of the Wildlife I ; Commission access area off I : Davie Academy Road, Lawter I $aid. ] ^ ^Another occupant of the boat, 'M ichael Sizemore of ;Mc«ksville, was ‘slightly in- :jUred, while two occupants, Chéri Taylor of Mocksville and Sherry Lynne Harkey of Salisbury, were not hurt, Lawter said. The four had been fishing on the river and were returning to the boat landing when the acci­ dent occuned, Lawter sdid. Lawter said he is not sure what time the accident happen­ ed, but that Larry Whitaker found the subjects from another boat after he became concern- e'd because they hadn’t return­ ed from the fishing trip. Larry Whitaker helped the Ihree passengers get Michael Whitaker into his boat and took them to the access area. Davic rescue squad and EMS person­ nel responded. Whitaker was flown to Chapel Hill because the trauma center at Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem was full, Lawter said. An investigation into the ac­ cident is continuing, Lawter said. Best In Bee р г р ж ч щ iü- % Am anda Key spells a word in the Davie County Spell- A m anda won the Bee over six other contestants, ing Be^ last week, while Katie Desch waits her. turn. — P hoto by R obin Fergusson Gboleemee DWI Arrests Down? i^COOLEEMEE - Police iDere made five DWI arrests vih-Febhiary. 'i'lt was more than usual. I'.Town board member tC^nny Creason asked :% ice Chief Tony Hartle :i|d n d a y night if Uie DW I ;iitrid!ents uKteased since the the opposite. "' llie irtore opened, l^anejrt p M p le r c f ^ .h e r e . C o u n t y , D e v e l o p e r s C o m p r o m i s e By Mike Barnhardt Davie County Enterprise-Record Couniy commissioners and Hidden Creek developers reached a com­ promise Monday afternoon. After delaying action on a subdivision plat submitted by Ihe developers for more than a month, county commis­ sioners approved the plans Monday — with certain conditfons. The condition includes a letter which must be signed and turned into the Davie County Zoning office by each prospective land purchaser in the development, off N.C. 801 about a mile south of U.S. 158. The letter says: “The Davie County Health Department has not accomplish­ ed a final evaluation of individual lots for spetic tank installation in this subdivision. “ The subdivision is programmed for the installation and operation of a sewage wastewater treatment plant...” It includes a telephone number and address of the, N.C. Division of En­ vironmental Management, which issued developers a permit to discharge up to 200,000 a day of treated wastewater into Smith Creek. The plat approval was given unanimously, with Commissioner Bert Bahnson abstaining from voting. Com­ missioner Spurgeon Foster Jr. was not present. ; Bahnson abstained because he, along with other county residents, filed a peti­ tion with the state administrative hear­ ing office asking for a review of the is­ suance of the discharge permit. The county action came after almost an hour of bickering between 'Ed Powell, attorney for the developers, and Bahnson and County Attorney John Brock. Commissioners went behind closed doors for almost an hour before render­ ing their decision. Powell said filing of the petition had nothing to do with the the subdivision plat approval, Ihat developers had a per­ mit to operate the wastewater treatment plant. “ Mr. Powell and I obviously disagree,” Brock said, adding that .............................................- i ' • bccausc the petition asking for courts to overturn the di.scharge permit ruling was filed, the county could delay action on approval of the plat. “ We need to get this resolved to­ day,” Powell said. "W e’ve met re­ quirements of your subdivision or­ dinance in every manner. All we’re ask­ ing you to do is comply with your sub­ division ordinance.” Brock said the county’s opinion of the issuance of the permit was not grounds to deny plat approval, but the fact that an petition was filed was grounds for delaying action until a ruling was made on the petition. Please See Cninproniise — P. 7 2-DAVIE COUNTV ENTKRPRISE RECORI). THURSDAY, Miircli 16, 1989 E d it o r ia l P a g e I ' R o a d C h a n g e s D i s c a r d i n g S o m e C o l o r f u l H i s t o r y Maybe wc’rc getting too big for our britches. Too higi) falutin. In the process of renaming dozens oC Davie County roads, there seems to be a subtle attempt to “ improve" our character. If commissioners approve the changes, there won’t be a Bootleg Alley any more. Nor a Dogtrot Road, Fire departments and others have suggested new names for ; dozens of roads. Their intent is good; To eliminate duplicate . names and confusion for firemen and paramedics. There’s plenty of room for confusion. The names of certain roads depend on whom you ask. Not even the official maps of the county agree on the present road names. Markers bear­ ing the names have been destroyed by vandals — if they were ever erected. Children often don’t know what road they live on, and neither do some adults. That causes plenty of problems during an emergency. Firemen sometimes have to find a Fire by luck — or following the smoke. But the renaming process shouldn’t deprive us of the coun- .ty’s flavor. There’s history in some of those names. Bootleg ■Alley will become Legion Cemetery Street. Dogtrot Road : would become Cecil Drive. That’s too bland. Some of the changes make sense. Strawberry Hill Road in ¡Advance will be changed to Bowden Road. Nobody grows : strawberries there any more, and Bowden was its former name. ; Other roads — coined long ago for people now dead and forgot- ten — are getting a fresh names. Some names are just too long Ito get on a sign. Sunset Drive will become Dawn Drive. Residents there have ; a new look on life. Poor Boys Road will become Shady Knoll Lane. Merrills Fish Pond Road will graduate to Merrills Lake ■ Road. Branch Road will become Duck Pond Road. The last lone seems to be an improvement. In the Y a d k in V a lle y co m m u n ity, F ran k W a lk er R o ad is be- in g d iscard ed fo r San dpit R o ad . T h a t’s grap h ic en o u gh , but n eigh b o rs h av e com plain ed about the sand tru cks. - I grew up on Spillman Road. Road namers found a problem ;there. A side road is now called Paul Spillman Road. To : eliminate confusion, the side road is being renamed Wolfpack Drive. Paul Spillman, a resident of the road that bears his name, •' is an alumnus of N.C. State. It’s not difficult to figure where J the new name came from. Not all the suggested names resulted from deep thought. Because of a duplication, Ridgeway Drive in the Farmington ^-community is being changed to Wee Creek Road. A resident iof the road said his son as a toddler couldn’t say “ our creek.” A Instead, the boy always called it “ Wee Creek.” The name ‘•stuck. f:; The name changers are also tackling some of the county’s •i inost recognized highways. U.S. 158 will be called Winston- ;'Saiem Highway. U.S. 601 south will be Salisbury Highway; •:north, Yadkinviile Highway. N.C. 801 will get the strangest ’.^.change. Half of it will be called South Davie Drive. The other '.'Section will be West Davie Drive. : ; Firemen may call it by those names, but to everyone else it will always be “ 801.” — Dwight Sparks D A V IG C O U N T Y E N T E R P R I / ^ E C O R D USPS 149-160 124 South Main Street Mocksville, NC 27028 704/634-2120 ^Published every Thursday by the DAVIE COUNTY PUBLISHING CO. Dwight Sparks ........................ Editor-Publisher Robin Fergusson ................. General Manager Mike Barnhardt .................... Managing Editor Kathy Chaffin ............................... News Editor Ronnie Gallagher ........................ Sports Editor ■ Becky Snyder.................Advertising Director MocksviUe Davie ' Cooleemee Enterprise Record Journal 1916-1958 1899-1958 1901-1971 Sccond Class Postage Paid In Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rales Single Copy, 50 cents • $18.00 per year in North Carolina . $22.50 per year outside North Carolina . ■ -I ' _ • PO STM ASTEli Send ad<lre&<i changes lo Davie Counly Enterprise-Record ; P.O, Box 525, Moeksville. NC 27028 — - - 7 ’.....k...................-...........- i -..................-......- Brian Cranberry Salisbury (manager of Carolina Tire in Mocksville) “ With all the things hap­ pening right ПОМ’, I don’t know. I think they need to do some maintenance on them.” Sharon James Route 1, Mocksville “ It would be more reassuring and safe if they would gel rid of the airplanes that need major repairs and get new ones.” Debbie Fleming Route 1, Woodleaf “ My nephew just left Sun­ day for Paris, France... and I was very hesitant about see­ ing him get on a plane, so it does concern me.” Carolyn Payne Route 7, Mocksville >; “ No, I don’t, because there are so many plaiie crashes nowadays. You never know what’s going to happen.” S id e w a lk S u rv e y : D o Y o u T h i n k A i r p l a n e T r a v e l I s S t i l l S a f e ? Roy Alexander Cooleemee “ I think it’s as safe as it’s ever been.” LeeAnn Davis Route 6, Mocksville “ I ’m afraid to fly. 1 never .would.” Cynthia Edwards Route 1, Harmony “ I would never fly. 1 don’t like airplanes.” Wanda Parrish Mocksville “ I guess it dependsI which plane you’re goin^-lp be on. I always fly P i^ -| mont.” >; Letters P e o p l e O b j e c t T o P l a n t , N o t G r o w t h To the editor; After reading Mr. BurneUe’s reply to Mr. Ayers’ letter, I feel the rccord needs a little clarification. To begin with, Mr. Burnette referred to Davie Citizens' for planntd growth as “ a loose organization” run by “ mob rule” . I thought the meeting was very well run. Ifhe thought the people in attendance were unruly, he must have led a sheltered life. There were no blackjacks, brass nuckles, not even a baseball bat nor a fist fight. A mob? No way. The only person who spoke in favor of the sewage plant was a very well paid engineer, hired by Westridge Develop­ ment Corp. It seems the only support they get for that sewage plant is paid for in some way. If Mr. Burnette paid attention to what had been said at the meeting he should have realized that these people, at least the majority of them, weren’t objecting to Hidden Creek per se, or growth period. What I, and most of the people, object to is the sewage treatment plant. Not Hidden Creek development. I’ll agree with him on one point, the development is first class. No, Mr. Burnette, I am not against growth. I am against the way it’s being done. But as far as sewage package plants go, look at their track record. The biggest percentage stay out of com­ pliance. There is no reason to believe this one, in its isolated setting, will be an exception. Plants that empty into large rivers and bodies of water give trouble. So emptying into a small creek, that runs dry at times, is a problem waiting to happen. So as 1 see it, sewage and water are the biggest obstacles to growth. There are others namely, schools, traffic, law enforcement, fire protection. These can grow with the development, but sewage and water are necessary before it can start. Mr. Burnette seems to have all the answers. Why doesn’t he. and the ones that have the most to gain, start a drive for an area; sewage plant and a water treatment plant to serve this high grow^j area “ Hillsdale” ? If that can be accomplished, go for it. 1’^; like to be able to go up 801 toward 158 to a nice restaurant o.r'; call a pizza placc and have a pizza delivered. No telling whflK conveniences we may come to enjoy. We may even get an ABO: store and generate some taxes. *;'■ Mr. Burnette also stated he had been a candidate for commis^i; sioner. If by chance he would have gotten elected, would ht; have tried to change our Democratic process of elections? In-;:; stead of one person one vote to maybe one acre one vole, 30 acres 30 voles, half acre no vote? If you read between th(i”- lines,that is where he seems to be coming from as he referred;; to these people who own one-half to one acrc, as if they had:; no rights. Another statement he makes, in short if you own the': property use it as you see fit. I wonder how he would react if; his next door neighbors in Greenwood Lake disregarded the.'- restrictions and put in a pig lot? Swede Jurgen.sen Route 3, Advance W r i t e t h e E d i t o r P.O. Box 525 Mocksville, NC 27028 'г ?'> PAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 16," 1999^^3 ',1 O f M o c k s v ille , N .C . 6 3 4 - 2 1 2 4 Sale Starts IWednesday 3-16-89 O p e n F r id a y N ig iit U n til 8 :0 0 p .m . I Open Mon.-Saf. 9:30 - 5:30 p.m.; Fri. 9:30 - 8:00 4 30% -50% Д H I 0 N YOUR CREDIT CARD MAKES IT EASYI VtSßi We accept Belk charge, Americari Express Card, MasterCard, VISA SAVINGS THRU EASTER Drawing For Two ^50*’*’ Gift Certificates On ^ Sat. 25th 35% oftA WNNINQ 3 Of A KIND: AO OPTIONS Play your сапЯрдЫ for scfnO *^^'''tihgta of po^9stor/tayof\ lor ns96s'6'i& unct«jiruc<e<i П9 56C0 l-body »(M fen rtv гвоа ftJCf eiasic wael s**t mg ЗВОа 34.П Junior Sizes One Piece Chintz I Dresses Reg. «soo» tSaU [Prica $ 3 9 9 9 :Misses Saddlebred Floral Print Sl(irts Reg. »340«$22^® Misses I One Button Jackets By Michele Reg. »50“ Misses One Piece Dresses By Stewart Allen Reg. •6B<x> Sale $ 4 9 9 9 Spring Coordinates By Koret Skirts,B lo u ses,P an ts,Jackets 25% 0 » Reg. Price Misses Saddlebred Blouses White Reg. »2400 Sale $ 1 5 6 0 » 3 2 5 » r m i B S tow prict . 4 0UT0F5JUM0fíSPR£F£fíCR£STS Now trusfi K> on/asnon »tirxts tMrxxi iMtmo в catty n y w CudoCT* Tho at-Amencsn-smle кжЛз о! Rad Camel* anted cctiontìvcirgshglfi вм сгммрм. tMt6c«odram«/cofKinshor(s kisûkia. Junior Textured Madras Cotton Plaid Camp Shirts $ 1 0 9 9 Reg.»1500 Sale Cropped Pants To Match! Reg. «20°° Sale $ 1 3 9 9 $ g 9 9 Brights Or Pastels Reg. »12°° Sale Dirty Dancing Sliorts For Junior By Rio Snow Biaachad 39.99^,______ J.56M CAREER STEPS FROM B m N N E AIGNER Tho arv«sl of Itv punp? It's simpbctty n its proffws/ A iVfMfjin adOfian M yixr sprtythe m*i h«»f/pOrtpwnp *1 Wac* pafoot, aCMkvxi or 5/gnafui0 learf^. >Kvrx?n's sees Ladles Red Camel Canvas Snealcers Reg. Sale $ 1 2 9 9 Easter Specials E n tire S to c k Children Dresses Shoes & Handbags SAVE 33% Junior [Mock Turtleneck Tops SrytlSHCLASSíCSeYSADOLEfWefí n'a ItìBl neh look you Ve олал aomred toi now al « spocuf pnce'frVhvtce your image iM(h Г)о1х\1ар-грогШЛ1ра1у1вхпЬопв.1афлЫасК лЫо. n*ky or led ttíxtitwJ vv)y4 MKh iealher irm Large Group Of Tocoa Jewelry Earrings, Pins, Necklaces 50%Off R«g. Price Reg. »2400 $ 1 6 9 9 Tee Shirts With Pockets, Solids Reg. Price 20%0 Off S U O i t o M1Шштогпжв(тАмзяАатЕ'ЩЯШлтвеШгпагШшйряыт’* eoaaR/«ni«/Kr)f{; atan and 3/»1999Reg. »7» Sale ' _ , _ , Brights,'Pastels $288 Front Closure Bras White, Beige By Trimiine 5 Styles Of Bali Bras 30% Off Reg. Price Levi Jeans For The Entire Family Latest In Fashions 25% / 5 . 9 9 - / 7 . 3 9 ^ , - . COM ING -ROUND O N O UR CARROUSEL*: PUR E DELIGHTS FOR SPRING О1/ a«c*jsivt! Cansxaof ссЛк1сп bmgs siyb aHoih and arvw af sprrg's гмйо*(пп0 Eatier frtmy >**ГГ| Ms. nptoru and {х>мъ реПу panots апЗ №жвв shel chensh Гог gria' 4-6K a ono-poce (»iiss Mih (kCi COM/. Mt\1t)oaco, pufTai sJve^ and fiJ s*»l 0/л т pofyvstoe/cottoa 15.Я.РогдгН /-М eCMSQur» sfym MrkrpcoAirandnttoa corKn/poV^sWofsoffpasfo/s. 1Л99 Dress For Easter Youth’s Dress Ties In Polyester & Silks 3/B.99c’ Ong. 5.00 ea.SAVL- ON i 4Jn HCiHraS" fViNrif.S s A V 2 5 % All Children’s Socks & Tights Ready For Easter/ Toddler Boy/Girl Corduroy Bib Overalls 2-4-T Save 25%Reg. *15°° $ g 9 9 Entire Stock Of Heiress style #00907 Light Support Panty Hose $299 Boys Andhurst Striped Oxford Cloth Dress Shirts size 8 To 20 /09.99 »*. MupANDHURSt': THE SUIT TO BE SEEN IN O u euckJSik« 2 fX. aut toahns a tity-tned certer- iivrued i»ckM and plagi frtjnL bet kxf> Vousm /iMorfiPd cotors and paffwrji. n a y«fl/«UDd ofpoJy«sffir/«w»( men s 3 8 -^ rvgtjM and loro Andhurst Short Sleeve Oxford Cloth | Dress Shirts With BD Collar Reg. »375 Pair Reg.»1100 Sale $ g 2 5 Reg. *17°° Sale $ 1 0 9 9 Heiress Casual Socks & Dress Socks Reg. »2SS to »3°° Sala Price ’ 1 « Boys Size 4 to 7 Andhurst Linen Blazers Red & Green Special Buy! Men’s Farah Poly/Wool Dress Slacks Reg. *28°° Sala $ 2 1 0 0 Reg.$2800 $ 1 9 9 9 Andhurst Pleated Slacks Sizes 8 To 20 Gadgets For The Kitchen & Family Picnics Reg. *15°° Sale *1125 25%Off Entire Stock Of Fossil Watches Easter Bunny Special Acrylic Scarfs Floral or Paisleys Entire Stock Of Cookie Jars By Treasure Craft Assorted Slyies Reg. »1500 $g99 Each Save 25% One Pound Bag Of Quittard Mints iM h Special Purchase! Ladles Tricot Panties 79^ Covered Cake Plates On Pedestal By Optique Royal Family Bath Towels By Cannon, Solids B ath Reg *45° $4®® I H and Reg. *3«° ^3®®| W ash Reg. *1°° '^^1®®| 7 Pc. Non Stick Wok Sets 14" Diameter Reg. *15»° Sale $ 1 2 9 9 10" Cooking Ring Reg. *34°° Sale $ 2 7 9 9 4-DA VIE COUNTY ENTKRI’KISK KKCORI). TIUJKSDAY. Marcii 16. 1989 L e t t e r s i " . L ''J l iv1 ■*‘: G r o u p S e e k s T o P l a n F o r G r o w t h , N o t S t o p I t T o the editor: T h ere w as one rcgretable typesetting error in m y letter o f Feb. 26 which rendered M r. W illiaiii Burnette's suggestion that a “ proper Slale agency ... assum e (he ro le " as a “ pow er state . . . ” assum ing it; m y quolations from and references to his Environm cniai M anagem ent letter are otherw ise correct, syntactically spccillc, and wilh the exception o f that single problem (w ell beyond m y conlrol) I can ’t see lhat he has any real cause for com plaint. I w ould sugge.st lhal the readers o f the Enterprise lay Ihc tw o lellers side by side, review llic conieni o f cach and Ihc h islory in­ volved, and decide for them selves if M r. B urn elle has been acting fo r “ planned gro w th ” or as an apologist for those w ho m any say use and abuse both the environm ent and the good natures o f Ihe long eslablished com m unities they decide lo “ develop” in. A few m ailers need lo be cleared up from the Burnette lelter. F irst, I’ve asked about and no one in D avic C itizens for Planned G row th is aw are o f having ow ned land in H illsdale “ on w hich ash o p p in g ce n ie r is lo cated .” I’m gu ess­ ing he refers to Berm uda Q uay; I understand the Bahn.son fam ily ow ned it at one tim e, then M cL ean T ru ckin g, Ihcn a Joh n son from o ver C lem m ons w ay ... none o f w hom are in our m em bership. A n d then there is the m ailer o f the F arm in gton D ra g w a y refere n ce. N orm an D rouillard o f W inston-Salem operates il and Y M C A P l e d g e s A r e U p - T o - D a t e ; T o the editor: T here have been a num ber o f articles in ihc ; Clem m ons Journal recently aboul the Y M C A in . ' D avie C oun ty, as w ell as about the proposed ; ; branch for the L ew isville-C iem m o n s area. W e • See this as no threat to the D avic B ran ch . D avic ; C o u n ly is gro w in g and ou r needs fo r this facili- ; ty are trem endous. O ur program s w ill continue to serve children, youth and adults in all parts • o f the county. C lem m ons and L ew isv ille are ; ■ gro w in g and they, (oo, h ave a need fo r a Y M - ' • C A facility thal w ill even lu ally com e lo the area J ; on a site selected to best m eet the needs o f their • ' residents. ; ' O ne recent article in the C lem m on s Jou rn al 1 stated that w ith on ly $5 0 0 ,0 0 0 paid in contribu- ^ . tion lo date this w as not keeping pace w ith the m illion w e h ave pledged to the project. O ur - pledges w ere m ade by the individual o r business ; £,'to b e paid o ver a period o f 3 to 5 y ea rs. T h ey j ;;'are bein g paid in a tim ely and o rd erly fashion ; sp ecified b y the don or. W e arc certain ly not • - ‘¿isappoin ted and are very grateful for the sup- t; "port that h as been given to this p rojcct, by far V the largest capital cam paign ever aitcm ptcd in к D avie County. It proves that there is.a great need ; j h ere fo r this facility and that the w illin g , caring spirit o f the people is w orkin g to m eet this need. W e believe' ttiat if 3 15 individuals and businesses can pledge $1.2 m illion to this cau se, if w e can :■ get everyon e in the county to help this y ea r that . cou ld not do so in 198 8 w e w ill be able to raise the full $2 m illion to build the com plete facility. , O ne recent article stated w e had doubled our fT '^ o a l from $ 1 to $ 2 m illion . W e kn ew from the ; i ‘ fc gin n in g that the full facility w ould cost $2 'm illio n and w e had planned to build in phases ¡w ith Phase I to cost i$l m illion. A s building plans |i -h ave progressed , w e h ave been advised that w e save construction dollars to build the entire ^ /jfacility at on e tim e rather than b rin gin g equip- ' ti^ment and w o rkers in tw o differen t tim es. T h is w ould also g iv e us use o f the com plete facility at an earlier dale. W ith all o f D avie C oun ly sup­ porting this w orth y cau se, w e w ill not have to w ait fo r help w ilh Phase 11 from Forsyth C o u n ­ ty w hen the G reater W inston-Salem Y M C A con­ ducts their d rive in 19 9 1. T h ere has been som e concern o v er the loca­ tion o f the D avic Y M C A facility. C ertainly, with all the recent problem s encountered w ith w ater and sew er, all o f the residents across the county should h ave a better understanding as lo w hy a facility w ilh as high w ater and sew er usage as a Y M C A , has lo be localed on a public system . W ith hundreds o f people using a pool, sh o w ers, and bathroom s, a septic syslem could nol he adequate. A n o ih er article in the C lem m on s Jou rn al recently slated that the Y M C A had outgrow n ils d ay cam p hom e at L a k e M ye rs. L ak e M yers is one o f the largest, best equipped and w ell m anag­ ed cam pgroun ds in the South. It is a busy cam p­ ground and, the facilities are bein g used to full capacity by regular cam ping custom ers; tliercfore the Y M C A w ill b e using T h e M id w ay Cim ip G roun d for ils 19 8 9 D ay C am p P rogram . M r. D w igh t M yers has been generous to the Y M C A w ilh the use o f his facilities and w e are very grateflil for his support. T h è Y M C A board o f m anagem ent is very grateful to M r. C h arles D unn fo r his excellen t leadership as the chairm an o f T h e C apital Fund D rive fo r the D avie F am ily Y M C A branch. W e w ill h ave m any activities and opportunities this spring and sum m er for everyone to give your full support to this project to enable us lo m ove fo rw ard w ith construction at the earliest feasi­ b le date. W atch this new spap er for a notice o f a b ig, county-w ide m eeting for the unveiling o f a model o f the N ew D avie F am ily Y M C A B u ild in g. Sarah W oo d , C h airm an D a v ie F am ily Y M C A B o ard o f M anagem ent 19 6 W an derin g Lan e P a c k e r I s T h e B e s t ; T o the editor: Y o u are to be com plim ented on yo u r outstanding n ew spaper, and the m any aw ards you h ave received o ver the years. I recognize ; that there are as m any ideas as there are people, but T h u rsd ay, ■' M arch 9 , you m essed w ith the L on e R an ger, B illy P acker, i I w ould like to express m y sincere and heartfelt appreciation ; to B illy P acker fo r the support and encouragem ent he has given ; so m any fine athletes o ver the y ears. H is high broadcasting stan- • dards and devotion to the gam e o f basketball have bcnefitted both ■ yo u r A l M cG u ire and Jim T hacker. : T h is fine m an. B ill P acker, lives in the real w o rld , and gives : it all he’ s got. I W all B o yle Sr. ; Berm uda Run M ed w in B e n e fit A S u cce ss i] T o the editor: T he D avie County A ssociation for Retarded Citizens w ould like to thank the m any people o f D avie County w ho opened their hearts and show ed their love by givin g their lim e, talents and m oney to help a young handicapped boy lhat has leukem ia. T h e benefit, jv 'fo r Kenneth M edw in w as very successful even through the weather i j, did not cooperate. It’s good to live in a county w hose people are > I so carin g. fi- ■ M ike W allace ■ President L A i-D O r T h e 10 -4 24 B aro n ” R « c lln « r Transitional Elegance With Deep Tufted Baci( .4 $ 2 6 9 * ^ Mocksviiie Furniture & Appliance 59 C l Squ.ire S A V E A L I F E C o rre ct S p a c e s D I A L 9 1 1 гШ j|jth e ..^ tb r:;.'..;,.- V,, , ^ ( ^ , . p | e a ^ i f you w ant lo help a'handicapped o r disabled the parU p laces designated fo r Ihem . I 'l» v e bpen gu ilty o f this. N o w I know betterj , B obb y G . G reen e ' ' ' Route 7 ,'yoclMviUe. - For «HMtgMiey fir«, r«MiM w pèlle* ktlp neither ho nor Ihc ow n ers o f the land appear to be in, or even gen erally know n to our m em ber­ ship. A nd the on ly granted request fo r rezoning in the area that w ould gen erally fit into M r. B urn ette’s vagu e description ... w ell, I think there w as a parcel o f land across 1-40 in the vicin ity o f Salem V en tu res. But w asn ’t that a Potts R ealty m atter? I f so , M r. Potts is not one o f ou r m em bers cither. W e w ould be delighted to include som e o f these folks in o u r group but, no, I ’m afraid M r. Burnette is either confused aboul the scope o f our m em bership o r, vagu e as his references are, has been m isled; cither w ay , he g ives the unfortunate appearance o f dealing in insinuation and innuendo. M r. Burnette m entions the speaker “ w ho per­ sonally attacked ... and never touched on the sub­ ject ... o f the m eetin g;” o f cour.se h e’s not one o f our m em bers. But let’s give him a nam e. C .R . H arris is C h airm an o f B erm uda Run C ountry C lu b and, interestingly enough touched on one o f the m ajor poinis o f contention with Ihe Sew age Planl project; the fact lhal the H idden C reek d evelopers h ave been so tight-lipped about their plans for that outrageou sly outsizcd facility. So tight-lipped, in fael. lhat it m akes all ihe rum ors seem som ehow reasonable, aboul sm all-tim e d evelo pers in ihe im m ediale area w anting to tap into the thing to allow ab.solule m axim um den- sily building on their land. N o, “ controlled g ro w th ” is w hat’s been g o ­ ing on in the past, grow th coiU rolled as the near exclu sive properly o f the secretive schem ers lhat h ave dom inated the scen e fo r so lo n g. W e ,'o n the olher hand, call fo r “ planned grow th” , w hich is exactly w hal I h ave represented it to b e: (Jut-' in-the-open, respon sible d evelopin g o f the land and resources w ith som e thought g iven to the consequences, and som e m oral (if not legal) con­ sideration given to the established hom eow ners, their com m unity standards and their futures. F in ally, as it happens the question o f a Sanitary D istrict fo r the H illsd ale area w as first vo iced publicly as an editorial in the Enterprise-Record and it w as echoed in the D avie C ilizens for Plann- ly . I, for one, w ill indeed press fo r such positive m easures w hen m y tim e is not being spent rail­ ing against the kind o f nonsense bein g foisted upon the public as “ respon sible plan n in g.” ing foisted upon the public as “ responsible plan­ n in g .” T o M r. B u rn elle 1 w ould sa y , 1 really do respect yo u r right to yo u r o p in ion s, h ow ever m yoptic they m ay seem related lo those o f the broad spectrum o f citizcn s attending the N orth D avie School m eetin g, and those in volved in C itizens for Planned G row th . T h ey lend to view H ill.sdale as not m erely the sile o f the “ Jam es W ay ” housing p roject, d escrib ed b y M r. B u rn ette’s ad vertisin g as “ one o f W inston- S a le m ’s m ost prestigiou s residential v illa g e s ;” rather, they see it as “ h om e.” W e’ve got a good thing goin g in D avie (nol F orsyth ) C ou n ty; let’s w o rk to m ake and keep it great. J e ff R . A y ers R oute 7 , M o c k sv ille ADVALUE DrugCegtBr The family pharmacist: youKfindhimat theAOVALUE rinv TYLENOL“E m snrigii SEA BREEZE GILLETTE GOOD Й Б Й Ш f U U Q P ШШШ iilitxluciii^ Nl'M Klilil'Aiili-Afjiiig Ml)iSllirizj]]^]jO|j|]n 5.99 SCRreNSIIARMfULUVO AND U^(^ RAYS THAI MAY CAUSE PRCMAfURI AGING KFfPSSRIN SMOOTH AND SOTT ■ lICNr.SltKV KXIM E бог. Size M E M O R S XT-120 VIDEO CASSETTEt m Q uality Reproduction, play after play: 4 . 4 9 CHARMIN Bathroom Tissue 4-Pk. White 1.25 OIL OF OLAY' SnvHhitSUn. 4411. NEW I VASELINE Bllttik U p B alm , B w ry .69OBIIttex Up OinlmMi i ^ и п Л - Л Х ? '.» - . у* BAYER JUpHn IktoKI*. 24t H ,0 9 MYLANTA«-II ANTACID NEW 24oz. Size TUMS* AntKldlMiMf ISVt AMOrtKl Flevo n 2.89 ШЖ I THERE’S AN ADVALUE DRUGCENTER CLOSE TO YOU. F t t t e r - i R a i i e h D r u g C o . Low M Sliopping Center Sall»b«ry St. Mocksville, N.C. 634-2141 D a v i e D i s t r i c t C o u r t DAVIE COÜNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 1«, 1989-5 Tlic following eases were clisfHis- cd o f during D;ivic District Courl on March 9. , Presiding was Judge Robert W . . Johnson. Prosecuting was Jam es I H o n eycu ll, assistant district attorney. — Gene Aikens, reckless driv­ ing, sentenced to six months suspended for five years, pay $100 fine and court costs, surrender driver's license, not operate a motor vchicle until medically evaluated by N .C . Department ot V e h icles; D W I, tiism issed. Appealed. — M ax Angell. comiminicaliiig threats, dismissed. — Jackie Martin Cline, a.s.sault. dismissed. — R ichard Eugene C lin e, assault, dismissed. — James Werner Deruc, driving 65 mph in a 55 mph zone, reduc­ cd by DA to improper equipment, pay court costs. — George Everette Gadsoh, driving wilhout a liccnse, no vehi­ cle insurance, improper vehicle regislralion, littering, consuming a malt beverage in passenger area, .sentenced lo 60 days suspended for two years, pay $100 fine and court costs, not violate any state or federal law, remain o f general good behavior. — Donald Lee Gregory, driving without a license, pay $25 fine and courl costs. — Michael Christopher Gug- geis, aiding and abetting underage ; - possession o f m all beverage, ; Sprayer for judgement continued ;-jin d er Ihe conditions that he not ; ' possess or consume any alcoholic ; Г beverage, perform 25 hours of ; I -communily service, not violate any ; ; ;stale or federal laws and remain in ; Г general good behavior. ■ : — Jam es Ray Jarell И, driving • ’ without a liccnse, dismissed. — Ricky Allan M ycm . m ipwpcr ' Tcgi.stralidii, taihu'L' to stop al the ■ -scene ofan accidcnt, failure lo stop a Slop sign, and driving wilhoul JI Viccnsc, sentenced to 60 days i suspended for Iwo years, pay $10 0 1 ' - Vme and court costs, not to operate ;.'a n y vehicle until properly lieens- i ; not violate any slale or federal I'jla w , and remain in general good I ''ÿ e h a v io r. I — Ann White Palm er, driving mph in a 55 mph zone, reduc- by D A lo improper equipment, -I.ÿ a y court costs. I [V- — Harold W elling Parker Jr., ; -driving 76 mph in a 6S mph zone, ] tjreduced by D A to improper equip- - iW m , pay court costs, i.i- — Clarence Eugene Potts, DV/I ’(Breathalyzer results .17 ), sentenc- I 51'eid to 120 days suspended for two 5;-'years, pay $200 fm e and court i;|co sts, perform 48 hours o f com- I ' ; ‘munity service, surrender driver’s ■■•'•license, obtain substance abuse ] C :'assessm ent and ' com ply w ilh ? :4 ecommendations o f assessing I ÿ -a g e n c y , and complete alcohol and '^•«Irug education traffice school at I mental health ccnter; consumption Î ÿ o f mall beverage in passenger area h i;.; o f car, dismissed. — Carol J. Rabe, driving 59 mph in a 45 mph zone, reduced by K .’D A lo improper equipmem, pay I J v court cosls. ‘ — Nayrex Ray Smith, assault on ijt a fem ale, dismissed. — Palricia Ann Young, assault, dismissed. — Timothy M arzano, underage possession o f m all beverage, prayer for judgement continued on J;;th e condilions that he not possess ^■y.or consum e any alco h o lic î j ; beverage, perform 25 hours of ij'.com m unlly service, not violale any Й ; slale or federal law s, and remain ";iin general good behavior. , — Flora I . Sidden, one counl of '•^¡em ploynieni security violation. ;-_ï; sentenced to 24 monlhs suspend- ^v.'ed for two years, pay $200 fine and ^s’.court cosls, make restitution, per- ;i;fo rm 25 hours o f community ser- ;» ;v ic e , remain gainfully employed, '»•„not violale any slale or federal laws ;~ :în d remain in general good behavior. — Tim othy L . D avis, four , C'^coiints o f aiding and abetting, 1 forgery' and uttering, probable ;**çau sè found, w ill be tried in Superior Court. I The following failed to appear Kfor dKir Khëduled court trial. T7;Uny Bell, driving 85 mph in 9)t<-tt«ph^iM nevV — Mark Steven Rcll. driving ton fast l'(ir conditions. — W illiam Lee BlackwiKul. driving SO mph in a 6.‘> mph zone. — Pamela Gardner Blakley. ex­ pired vehicle registration. — Dwayne Devon Burnette, driving 78 mph in a 55 tnph zone. — Roben W ade Carsw ell, im­ proper passing. — Linda Nash Devercaux, driv­ ing 78 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Nigel Andre Edgerton, driv­ ing 75 mph in a 65 mph zone. — M ark A . Em ert, driving 77 mph in 65 mph zone. — John Pedersen Kauserud IV , driving 77 mph in a 65 mph zone. - ivan Ray W illard, DW I. NO TRESPASSING S ig n s a v a ila b le in \ th e E n te rp ris e o ffic e ' U S D A C h o ic e W H O L E S I R L O I N T I P S 12-14 L b s . A v e r a g e Prices In this ad good thru Sunday, March 19,1989. R e d R ip e STRAWBERRIES $ 1 2 9 I Quart / Snow White C A U L IF L O W E R Skinned & Deveined B E EF Ü V E B Fresh W H O L E C A T F IS H f'e S i* я A MGatfisli pyjets.. Lb. 2.99 S U N K I S T L E M O N S 1 1 f $ 1 3 9 Washington State R E D /G O L D A P P L E S 69$L b . EXTRA LOW PRICES ..EVERYDAY!!! 2 Liter COKE Cherry Coke, Classic 9 9 ^ 2 Liter Diet Coke, CF Diet Coke...........>1» 2 Liter Diet Sprite........................... «1« 2 Liter Sprite.................................M" Lykes All Meat JUMBO WIENERS И 2 9 Filler Items Western Anjou PEARS Ш Lb. 8 Oz. Baby Rice/5 Oz Cheese/ 6 Oz. Butter WISE POPCORN $ 1 2 9 16 Oz. - Cut Or French Style Green Beans/17 Oz. - Whole Or Cream Style Corn DEL MONTE VEGETABLES 39« 15 Oz. - Great Northern/Pintos/ Blackeye Peas LUCKS BEANS 3/$i 7,2 Oz. - Combination/Sausage/ 7 Oz. - Pepperoni МЙ. P’s PIZZA 8 Oz. - Assorted BREYERS YOGURT 22 Oz. - Dish Detergent ^DOVE LIQUID ^89« 25 Lb. Dry - *1,00 Ofl ALPO DOG FOOD 6 Oz. - Assorted Flavors WHISKAS CAT FOOD 4 / $ 1 9 9 T h u ru IS .1 fm iit Lidm (;o iiu fim ,'iitly lo c a t e d n e a r y o u : r ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 1 Squire Boone Plaza Shopping Center Bermda Quay Shopping Center _________________________________J Hwy. 601 North — Yadkinville Rd. Hij^hway 158 and 801 rviondiiy ttiru S a tu rd a y : 8 a.m . - 10 p.m IVlockbville N C Advance N.C. Sun day 9 a.m . - 9 p.m . л , -i 6-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, TIIUUSDAY, Miircli 16, 1989 Public Records M a r r i a g e s , The following have been issued niiTrriagc licenses by the Davie County register o f deeds. — Lloyd Eugene Blackwood, 2 3 , o f W oodleaf, and Tracy Dishield Taylor, 22, o f Woodleaf. — Bobby Lee M cCrary. 47, of Route 12, Salisbury, and Kalhy Heglar Cook, 36, o f Rouie 12, Salisbury. — Jam es Otis Fowler Jr., 24, o f Cooleem ee, and Wanda Jane White, 2 1, o f 112 8 Oak St., Cooleemee. — W esley Eugene Choplin, 17, o f Route 4 , M ocksville, and Sonia Leona StroiiJ. 16. o f 44 Davie St.. Coiileeniee. — John Peter Kavanagll, 42, of Roulc 2, Stale Road, and Jiila Gay Pearcy, 43, o f M oeksviile. — Timothy James Miller. 29, of Roulc 5, Salisbury, and Tiena Elizabeth Johnson, 27, o f Route 4, Mock.svillc. — MichacI Anthony Pope, 39, o f Route 2, Advancc, and Patricia Gail Jones, 34, o f Roule 2, Advancc. — Theodore Robert Beach, 48, o f Route 3, Advance, and Kay Carolyn Unger, 48, o f Roulc 3, Advancc. — Richard Louis Onsini, 4 1, of M arietta, G a., and Belinda Gaye Rollins. 28, o f M arielta, Ga. — Jo.seph Chrislopher Stanley, 32, o f Route 6. M ock.svillc, and M argie Evelyn Scw arp, 3 1, o f Roulc 6, M ock.svillc, — Mark Dwayne Strickland, 20, of Roulc 3, M ocksville, and Sherry Lynne Barker, 20, o f Route 4, Advancc. — Marvin Clarence PotLs, 19, o f Roulc 5, M ocksville, and Angela Christine Goforth. I8,o fR o u lc 1, M ocksville. — William Allen Keenan, 20, o f 849 Milling Road, M ocksville, and Am y Jo Cook, 17 , o f Route 7, M ocksville. — Terry Edgar Church, 17 , o f Route 9, M ocksville, and Paula Joan M cD ow ell, 16, o f 140 Hap­ py Lake Road, Rockw ell. — Billy Roger Hooker, 42, o f 5 18 Robbins Road, W inslon- Salem , and D oris Louise Duncan, 48, o f W alnut Cove. — Vcnar Slick Hunt, 28, o f 1021 Willard St., Greensboro, and Penny Ann Keen, 27, o f 809 Lex­ ington A ve., Greensboro. — Donald Edward Rollins Jr., 29, o f Roulc 3, M ocksville, and Lilila M ichelle Potls, 28, o f Route 3 , M ocksville. — John Eric Durham, IS, o f M ichaels Road, M ocksvillo, and Linda M ichelle Corson, 17 , o f N .C . 8 0 1, Advance. — Jerry Steven Carter, 33, o f Route 3 , M ocksville, and Kay Freeman Cohen, 4 1, o f Route 3, M ocksville. — David Roscoe Cope, 22, o f . Route 4 , A dvancc, and Angela Dawn M iller, 20, o f Route 9, M ocksville. — Ronald Keith Allen, 18, o f Route 3 , M ocksville, and Wendy Gail Foster, 17, of Route 3, M ocksville. — Charles Ramon Nichols, 28, o f Route 7, M ocksville, and Robin Vandiver Brown, 30, o f Route 7, M ocksville. — Michael Bryan Freem an, 1?, o f Route 7, M ocksville, and Susan Gail Brow n, 19, o f 126 Sunset D rive, Apt. 26, M ocksville. ' — Ferrell Drake Everett, 18, of Route 3, Box 6 1, M ocksville, and Laura Lee Sm yers, 17, o f Route ~i, Box 290, M ocksville. — Jack W illiam Birdsong Jr!, 29, o f Route 9, M ocksville, a n il' Ruby RenaeReed, 18 ,o fR o u te 0 , Mock.sville. L a n d T r a n s f e r s The following land transfers have been filed with the Davic County register o f deeds. The Iransaclions arc listed by parties involved, acreage, township,and deed stamps purchas­ ed, with $ 1 representing S I,ООО. — MichacI W. W agoner lo Tina L . Brackcn, I Iract, Clarksville, $45. — Paul Douglas Cable, Joycc Y . Cable, Lyndell Cable John.son, and Jack R . Johnson lo Alton L. M au dlin and G a b riclle M . M audlin, 2 tracts, Jerusalem . ‘ — Phillip P. Raintree and Bar­ bara E . Raintree to Jeffrey Hardy and Patricia Ann Hardy, 1 trad, M ocksville, $67. — M ary Lee Clark, by her attorney-in-fact Jessie M ac Wilson lo Baxter L. Hoover and Annelle Ijam es, I tract, Jerusalem , $7.50 . — Portia B lake Burgess to Ronald Gary Burgess, 2 lots, Farminglon. — Larry Dobbins and Brenda Dobbins lo Ronald Gary Burgess, I tract, $10. — Richard E . Shoffner and Lucille I. Shoffner to Roy Richard Shoffner and Troy Film ore Shoff­ ner, 5 tracts, Clarksville. — Lida Calvert Frculer Morgan to Joseph C. H arris, 1 Iract. — Charlie Brown Jr. Really Com pany and Kathleen S. Brown lo G eorge E. Shaffer, 1 lot, Calahaln, $38. — C .G . Fox Lum ber Company, Inc. to Jam es W . Phelps, 8 lots, Jerusalem , S l . — Bobby Gene Cranford and A nn R . C ran fo rd to K ay McDanicI, 1 lot, Calahaln, $42.50. — Belly J, Lawson lo W illiam E. Witherspoon and Betty J. Witherspoon, 1 lot, Jerusalem . — Clara S. Ijames lo Helen H. Truell, 1 iract, M ocksville, $32. — Oscar B. Poindexter and Ruth B. Poindexter lo Sam uel G . Nichols and Shelby F. Nichols, 1 tract, Farm ington, S47. — Douglas M acArthur Fagan and Rachcl T . Fagan to Davic Builders, 1 tract, M ocksville, $8.50. — Robert M . Potls and Betty B. Potts 10 Roy L. Potts and Diane H. Potts, 1 lot, M oeksviile, S .50. — Roy L. Potts and Diane H. Potts 10 Robert M . Potts and Bet­ ty B. Potts, 1 lot, M ocksville, $.50. — Carolina E .E . Homes Inc. lo Larry K . M cDaniel and Janice J. M cD anicI, I lot, M ocksville, $6.50. — Bessie Pauline Cartner, Roy H. Cartner, Kathleen B. Cartner, Thom as E . Cartner, O vella K. Carlncr, Jam es Cecil Cartner and Rulh B. Carlncr to Steven R. Hilton and Virginia Hilton, 2 tracts, Calahaln, $45. — M ichacI D. W allacc and Diane B. W allacc to Paul Harrison M ason III and Tam a B. M ason, I tract, Clarksville, $2. — Potts Real Esiate, Inc. to Taiuiiiy Jo Jones, I lot. Shady G rove, $9. — W illard T . Hayes Sr. and W ilma W . Hayes lo Debra H ayes V ogler, 1 lot, Jerusalem . — Bermuda Run Development Com pany to Bennuda Run Coun­ try Club Inc., 1 tract. Advance and Farmington. — Bermuda Run Development Com pany to Berm uda Run Coun­ lry Club Inc., 1 iracl. Advance and Farmington. — Berm uda Run Development Com pany lo Berm uda Run Coun-; try Club Inc., 1 tract. Advance and; Farmington. ; — Jam es E . M artin and June H ,; M artin to Am erican Hom es ofi M o c k sv ille , In c ., I tra ct,; M ocksville, $ 11 0 . ; H i g h w a y P a t r o l i The following traffic accidents in D avie .County w ere investigated lust w eek by troopers wilh the North Carolina Highway Patrol. n’ractor-Trailer Strikes Car !, A Virginia man was charged jwith a Safe movement violation after the transfer truck he was driv­ ing struck a car on 1-40 on March llO. ; Danny Clay King Jr., o f M ar- linsville, was traveling west on 1-40 jn the passing lane, according to a Irepoitby Trooper L .D . Chappell, jKing attempted to make a lane };hange and failed to see and col­ lided with a car being driven by JAnita Gail Bobford, o f Burnsville. ; Bobford lost control o f her 1987 Xlldsm obile car and skidded out o f .control and into the median. Estimated damage to K in g’s 1988 truck w as $ 15 0 , while damage to Bobford’s was tstiniatctl at $2,000. Dog Runs In Front Of Car A Statesville woman lost control o f the car she was driving after she said a dog ran across the road. Danna Lynn Lackcy, 25, was traveling west on Fred Lanier Road when she ran o ff the right side o f the road and skidded oul o f con­ trol, according to a report by Chap­ pell. Lackey’s car struck a culvert •and overturned in a private yard. No charges were filed. Cars Collide In Parking Lot Tw o Davie High School students were involved in a collision in Ihe high school parking lot on March 9 at 8 :15 a.m . Breu Erin Speas, 17 , was travel­ ing cast in the parking lot and made a slight right turn inlo parking spaces al the end o f the lot, accor­ ding to a repori by Chappell. Am y Alyssa Carter, 16, w;is al.so travel­ ing east in Ihe parking lot and fail­ ed to see Speas turning. Carter was unable to avoid colliding with .Speas, the report said. Dam age estimated to Speas’s 1985 Dodge was $450, while Carter’s 1984 Audi received $ 17 5 worth o f damages. N o charges w ere filed. M ocksville Teen C harged A 16-year-old M ocksville teen­ ager was charged with exceeding a safe speed aflcr a two car acci­ dent M arch 7 al 10 :15 p.m . A ccordin g lo a report by Trooper D .R . M cC oy, Kevin Shane Gilbert, o f Route 3, Wiis traveling soulh on N .C . 801 when he lost control of his car and skidd­ ed across the center line colliding with a vehicle driven by Robert C linton Sm ith, o f Route 2 , M ocksville. M cCoy estimated damages to Gilbert’s 1978 Oldsmobile at $850 and to Smith’s 1982 Dodge at $ 110 0 . Couplc Ii\jured In Wrcck Tw o Greensboro residents were injured M arch 7 when ihe car they were in riding in collided with the rear end o f a transfer truck. W illiam Frank Turner, and his w ife Ethel Dodd Turner, were traveling eiist on 1-40, according to a report by Trooper M cCoy. Turner was unable to slop his car l'"l'orc colliding with a truck, be­ ing driven tiy Jam es Coy Bcnibrd, 52, o f Chattanooga, Tenn. Benford had stopped his truck due to a separate accident that had occurred in front o f his vchicle. According to M cC oy, Turner was unable to stop in time due to icy roads. Both were taken’to N .C . B aptist Hospital. W illiam Turner was treated and released while Ethel T u rn er w as adm itted fo r observation. Dam age to Turner’s 1985 Buick was e.stimnted at $5,500 while Ben- ford’s truck received $400 worth o f datuage. Three Cars Collide On 1-40 Three cars collided on 1-40 after; one vchiclc lost control on icy. roails, M arch 7. ^ ’ Larry W ayne JoncH. o f Route 1 Advance, was traveling west oii 1-40, according to report by D .R ; M cC oy. Jones lost control o f hi.<{ car on die Yadkin River Bridge and struck the bridge railing. ; L isa Bum garner Couier, o£ Route 1, W oodleaf, lost control o l her car and it skidded into Jon es; while Joseph M ichael Stankytch; o f Lew isville, lost control o f his vehicle and collided with Couier,; M cC oy estimated dam age td Jones’s 1980 Ford at $ 3 ,5 0 0 ; Couier’s 1986 Chevrolet at $900; and Slankytch's 1987 Chevrolet at $750 . : No charges w ere filed, i S h e r i f f ' s D e p a r t m e n t P i s t o l P e r m i t s ' ,;^The following incidents were ttfported to the D avie County •SJheriffs Department, j t'— M ary Foster W illiam s o f ;Route 4, M ocksville, reported iMarch 2 the breaking, entering and ■larceny o f jew elry from a house off ]U ,S, 601 south .o f M ocksville,. ; ; — Betty Gunter o f Route I , Ad- jvaiice, reported M arch 6 a lock Jwas cut o ff a Davie County \Enterprise-Record newspaper rack ’at Redland Road and N .C , 801. — Jam es Edward Essick o f Route 5, M ocksville, reported M arch 5 someone threw lilter alongside Essick Road. — Joann W yatt H oward o f Route 7, M ocksville, reported M arch 8 someone damaged a m ailbox o ff Deadmon Road. — Nina Toney Plowman o f Clemmons reported March 7 oil was drained from the engine and four tires were cut on a vehicle o ff Hilton Road. tMocksville P.D. Fires : A W inston-Salem man was I charged by the M ocksville Police I Department M arch 9 with assault : and trespassing. ’ • On March 9, Gordon W alter i Goodier of Route 7 , M ocksville, r reported the larceny of a spoiler • from a 1978 Datsun 260Z parked ■ at A b e's Automotive, with an i': estimated value o f $200. Unrests The follow ing were arrested by ;<the D avie C oun ty S h e riff’s ^'Depattment, istacy Ray Lane, 29, o f 329 i Avon S t,, M ocksville, charged ^ March 7 with conspiracy to traf- f fic fin cocaine. i -»Gary Ray Creason, 37, o f c h ^ e d M arch 7 wilh JefRwy Carl Phipps, 25, of i^xiogton Roadi Mocksville, i ^ ; Marci)-7 ' with', making ilMing tdc^one calls, ' Davie fire departments respond­ ed to Ihe following fires last week: M arch 6: Advance, 3 :13 p.m ., abandoned house fire, Bermuda Road, Fork called for backup. M arch 7: County-Line, 2:09 p .m ., chim ney fire , D avie Academ y Road, Oscar Koonlz residence. C enter called for backup; Sheffield-Calahaln, 5:26 p.m ., chim ney fire, Calahaln Road, Dick Ratledge residence; Shady Grove, 9 :15 p.m ., report o f fluke from oil burner being hot. Junior Beauchamp Road, Advance called for backup; County-Line, 9:50 p.m., chimney fire, Jeremiah Road; Shady G rove, 9:53 p.m ., auto accident, N .C , 801 near Gunter's store, M arch 1 1 Center, 6:23 a.m ,, auto accident, Lapish Road beside . Lake M yers; Advance, 5:48 p,m ., auto accident, Cornatzer Road; Advance, lt;0 3 p.m ., auto acci­ dent, P oiu Road; ' March 12 Smilh G rove, 4:34 p.m ., grass fire, Baltim ore Road. The following applied for a pistol permit from the Davie Coun­ ty sh e riffs office. — Jacqualynn Donna Stroud, 34, o f Harmony. — H arry L ittle , 3 4 , o f M ocksville. — Aarron Lee W alker, 34; o f Advance. — John Bruce W hite, 4 2, o f M ocksville. — Robert Stevenson Barnhardt, 4 7, o f M ocksville. — Paron Scott Baughm an, 28, o f M ocksville. — Daryl A . D ixon, 36, o f Advance. — Jam es W . M alone, 35, o f Advance. — Phillip A . Fisher, 38, o f Advance. — M ary O. G rudt, 5 1 , o f H o s p j t a ^ J R ^ ^ The following were treated in the em ergency room at D avie County Hospital last week. The hospital only releases infor­ mation on patients it considers a public reco ^ because o f the nature o f the injury. -M ic h a e l J. W hitaker, 30, 9:09 p.m . M arch 12 , cuts and submersion injuries suffered in motorboat accident, transferred to North Carolina M em orial Hospital in Chapel H ill. — Randy W. Edwards, 29,6:42 p.m . March 1 1 , injury suffered in auto accident, treated and »leased, -SheIiaP.EUison,'40,11p .m . March 7, neck strain suffered in auto accklent, treated and released. M ocksville.o f M ocksville.M ocksville. — John A . Singleton, 4 5, o f _ peggy M . R yle, 46, o f — John M arc Cain, 26, o f Fork.; M ocksville. M ocksville. — Sharon Denise Hallman, 22; — V ickie H. Blackw elder, 34, _ Ronald D . C ole, 28, o f o f M ocksville. • ; Follow the antics of Calvin & Hobbes ... ... each week in the Enterprise-Record ; S A M 'S ’^ a ^ " A Division or Wal-Mart Stortt, Inc. Business Owners Operators, Managers Farmers Churches, Organizations m o r e m o n e y th a n e v e r b e fo re a s a m e m b e r o f S A M ’S W H O L E S A L E C L U B A R e p r e s e n t a t i v e o F S A M ’S W h o l e s a l e C l u b w i l l b e a t t h e W A L - M A R T D I S C O U N T S T O R E In M o c k s v i l l e To Assist You With Membership Thursday & Friday M arch 16 & 17, 1989 10 a.m . to 6 p.m . S aturday, M arch 18, 1989 9 a.m . to 4 p .m . 919-765-3590 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 16, I 9 l9 r ^ < f' C o u n t y C o n s i d e r i n g C l i a n g i n g R o a d N a m e s Continued From P. 1 ■•'first began discussing updating road names over a year ago as the first step toward eventually im­ plementing a countywide house 'numbering address system. Under the sysicm , which has been implemented in other coun­ ties, each lot on each road would be numbered to cover present and future residences. This would pre­ vent the post office from having to change addresses lo keep up wilh the county’s growth, office from having lo change ad­ dresses to keep up with the coun­ ty’s growth. Commissioners decided lo pro­ ceed wilh renaming roads when Ihey found oul the counly was eligible for a $62,000 grant from tiie Governor’s Highway Safety Program to pay for new road signs. Jesse Boyce, zoning enforcement officer for Ihe county, was the first lo review the lisl o f more lhan 500 road names for duplications. ■ Then he pa.sscd il onto Craig Greer, administrative assistant to County Manager John Barber, and Stephen Brown, computer systems analyst for Ihe county, who found others. W here there were duplications, Greer said they have proposed that the road which had the name the longest get to keep it. “ W here we couldn’U really determine which road was the oldest, then the one with the most hoines on it stayed,” he said. In eases where roads were nam­ ed after people, Greer .said duplica­ tions were sometimes eliminated by using only Ihc firsl or lasl name. Bccause Ihere were two Taylor Bailey roads in Ihe Advance fire dislricl, for example, Ihe fire department has proposed calling one Taylor Road and the other Bailey Road. A list of Ihe roads proposed to lose their names and those ihat didn’t have them to begin with were -sent to the 11 volunteer fire departments in the counly lo rename. (Roads in Mocksvillc and Cooleemee were not included because they fall under Ihe jurisdic­ tion of the town governnienls.) Firemen in the various districts went lo Ihe homeowners on Ihc roads, explained the situation and asked for suggestions on new names. Som e o f them spent a year coming up with the proposed changes. Counly residents will have a chance to voice their opinions on the proposed changes at a public hearing scheduled for M onday at 7 p.m . in the courtroom o f the Davie County Courthouse. “ A lot o f people didn’t want to give up the name o f their roads,” said Fire Marshal Glen Slanley. “ If Ihey lived on it and knew it by that name, they didn’t want to give it up.” Don Howard, chief o f Ihe Smith G rove fire department, said most people in his district are supportive o f what the county is trying to do. “ On a certain road, they more or less insinuated that their deed callcd for it to be that name and that’s the way they’d rather sec it left,” he said. “ But the biggest ma­ jority of the people were pretty easy to get along w ith.” One problem that the fire depart­ ments ran into, according to Steve Barron, president o f Ihe Davie County Firem an’s Association, was that they would talk to residents o f a road and recommend a name only to be lold by counly officials that there was anolher one like it som ewhere else. “ Thai’s where we kind o f gel in the m iddle,” he said. “ W c'rc go­ ing to gel Ihe credit and blam e for all o f it.” Greer .said the renaming process ran smoother than was expected. “ W e really haven’t had a real out­ cry on it,” he said. O f cour.se, som e residents were upset. “ I had one family who call­ ed in and said, ‘You know my family and our relatives arc the on­ ly ones who live on our road,’ ” G reer said. “ I was happy to work with them, and in the end, we decided they could hang onto (hat nam e.” Some residents even like Ihe pro­ posed new names better. “ W e have had som e real win­ ners,” Greer said. If the list is ap­ proved, “ wc will have a W olfpack Road, a Happyrock Circle, a Bran­ dyw ine Road, a Sand Pit R oad.” The list o f 148 proposed name changes also includes changing Strawberry H ill Road in the A d­ vance district lo Bowden Road; Bootleg A lley in the Cooleem ee district to Legion Cemetery Street; Apache Drive in Fork to Comman- chee D rive and M otorcycle Road in Fork to Indian Hills Road; Prather Road in County Line to Stage Coach Road; Sunset D rive in Farmington to Dawn D rive; and Oak B lu ff Road in Smith G rove to Gun Club Road. Green road signs will be posted as soon as the proposed name changes, and revisions if there are i l i any, are approved. Because there is only room for' so many letters on the signs, GtM r said some road names w ill have'to be shortened. Bear Creek Church;, Road, for exam ple, is being pro­ posed to be shortened to Bear Creek CH Road. Som e road names have yet to be decided, according lo a list o f pro­ posed changes compiled by coun­ ty officials to notify the public o f M onday’s hearing. ' • C o m p r o m i s e I s R e a d i e d Continued F n m i P. 1 Powell .said: “ This thing could be lied up for three years. This per­ mit is legal and binding to the w hole w o rld . Y o u ’ ve got something that’s valid unlil so­ meone .says it’s not. “ The petition is a .stalling and delaying tactic,” Powell .said. “ It’s not a delay lactic,” Bahnson said. “ M y concern is ef­ fluent compared to free water. I have seen lhal creek wilh next to no flow . I feel a great liability to that creek and-the 95 property owners on that creek to withhold any aclion unlil I’m convinced it can handle the fio w .” Powell said developers arc also P r o p o s e t i D a v i e R o a d N a m e C h a n g e s F ire D epartm ent 1 2 A d va n ce SR# 1621 1646 1615 1652 1670 1664 1649 1665 1619 1625 16S7 1655 1653 Currenl Name Beauchamplown Road Bermuda Road Boger Road Frye Road Lakeside Drive Maplewood Drive Road Oakwood Sireet Old Bixby School Road Strawberry HiH Road Taylor Bailey Road Taylor Salley Road Underpass Road SRI 1621 1646 1615 1652 1670 1664 1649 1665 1619 1625 16S7 1655 1653 New Name Beauchamp Road Burton Road James Road Jim Frye Road To Be Announced Oakbrook Drive Odell Myers Road Ashburton Drive Bixby School Road Bowden Road Bailey Road Taylor Road Fire Station Road F ire D epartm en t 16 Sh effield SR» CurrmI Name SHI 0 Claude Ratledge Road 0 1320 Bear Creek Chuicli Rd 1320 1315 John Ijames fload 1315 New Name To Be Announced Bear Creek CH Road To Be Announced J F ire D epartm en t 1 3 C en ter . -.SRI,Current Name SR#'New Name1 1173 Bsrneycastle Road 1173 Boone Farm Road 1346 Barnhardt Circle 1346 Center Circle . . 1303 .Charli« Angeit Road 1303 Brantley Farm Road 13t0 Detour Road 1310 Wagner Road 1345 No Name 1345 Blaise Church Road 0 Normin Drive 0 Veteran Drive 1302 O'Neal R(Md 1302 Tutterow Road t 0 Pine Orel«0 Baxter Ctrcte 1312 Ralph Ratledge Road 1312 Gallimore Road 1301 Sinford Road 1301 Maldson Road 1174 Shady Ltne 1174 Willow Lane , 1186 Tutterow StrMt 1186 Roberson Drive 64 U.S.64 64 Statesville Highway 1146 Wlion Road 1146 Adams Road F ire D epartm en t 14 C o o lee m e e SRI Current Name SRI New Name 11ÚS BooUegAKey 1105 Legion Cemetery Street1122BrtnchRotd1122Duck Pond Road 1114 NM Street 1114 Swicegood StrMt1121SdMMlRtMdff2SNeetyRoad F ire D epartm en t 1 5 Fork SR#Cwrent Ntme SR#New Name KM Apache Drive 1898 Commanchee Drive IMI . Audrey lierriH Road 1608 No CrMk Road 1137 .Bernherdt Road 1837 Dutchman Creek Road m t Ced« Grove Chureh Rd 1811 Cedar Grove CH Road 1607 GnibbtRoad m7 Aubrey Merrel) Road 164S He^eRoad 1645 Todd Road1110Hendrii Road 1810 Everhart Road 1115 leeter Potter Road . 1815 Wikinson Drive 1109 MerrMs Rih Pond Road 1609 Merrelis Lake Road 1613 Motorcycle Road 1613 Indian Kills Road I ' 1612 CM 801 Road 1612 Fuilon Road Í 1131 Zimmermjn Road 1831 Mullins Road J Ftre D epartm en t 1 7 W illiam R . D avieI SR#Current Name SM New Name t 1320 Bear Creek Chureh Rd 1320 Bear Creek CH Road i ^ 1334 BMk Road 1334 Edward Beck Road ; ■ 1344 Circle Drive 1344 Baity Circle Drive 1310 Detour Road 1310 Wagner Road 1341 Earl Beck Road 1341 Eari Road 1421 Flake Baity Road 1421 Baity Road : 1414 FrebeeRoad 1414 AngeR Road t 141B Greene Road 1418 Harris Road : 601 N.C. 801 601 West Davie DriveV 1332 Ok) 80 Road 1332 Elmore Road 1333 Pete Elmore Road 1333 Crabtree Road* 1312 Ralph Ratledge Road t3t2 Gallimore Road 1331 Rock Hole Road 1331 Speer Road 13S0 Soulh Street 1350 Murphy Road EkI. 1325 Steelman Road 1325 Amber Hill Road 1412 Till Dull Road 1412 Danner Road ^ 601 U.S. 601 60f Yadkinville Highway F ire D epartm ent 18 C oun ty Lin e Í* SRI^Current Name SRI New Name 1171 Andrew WIiion Road 1178 Village Road 1178 ' Cedar Spring! Road 1178 Hhtway Drive_. I' ' ’ 1155 Daywatt Road 1155 St. Matthews RoadÌ ^ 1159 Hcniy Road 1159 Foster Road^ 1149 Henry WUIiami Road 1143 Mr. Henry Road t . 0 KUchie Creek South 0 KetchleCrHkRoed: 1171 NoN«ne 1176 Doru Road s; ^ •O ^ C Irte 0 Canter Circletl» 1IM111? tin I1M M NI Poor kyi Road PtMhaRoid ' M M Rood Wwilpliigillooi. MtOHlIM U.I.M • ' U.I.M1 t)S3 tise Its? 1175 ItH, M N1 Study Knonuiw Stigi CoKh Road Cmcant Orivi UndffloriiDtlvo Strand W Road SWMvWtHVnnr HmionyHiilMraii Fire D epartm en t 19 C ornatzer-D ufin SR»Currenl Name SR*New Name )606 H^ncs fload 1606 CornaUer Road 0 Haywood Court 0 Courtside Lane 1636 Hendrix Road 1636 Hepler Road 1637 Howardtown Road 1637 Howardlown Road 0 Joe Henry Road 0 Myers Road 1614 Jones Road aJ614 Ralph Road 0 Lakeview Road 0 Momlngslde Drive 1687 Spring Valley Road 1687 Bowens Road 64 U.S. 64 64 Leiington Road F ire D epartm en t 2 1 Je rsa le m SR#Current Name SR#New Name 1136 Cari Clement Road 1136 Punch Daniels Road 182B Cherry Hill Chutch Road 1828 Cheriy Hill Road 1818 Dogtrot Road 1818 Cecil Drive 1132 Durham Road 1132 Michaels Road 1803 Frank Short Road 1603 Poplin Road 1B30 Hoiy Cross Lutheran Church Rd.1630 Holly Cross CH Road 1625 Houston Beck Road 1825 Houston Road 0 Jim Spry Road 0 Redwood Street 0 lake Lane Road 0 Hinkle Drive 1134 Liberty Circle 1134 Happyrock Circle 1133 Liberty Road 1133 Happyrock Road 0 Maple Drive 0 Brandywine Drive 801 N.C. 60t 801 South Davie Drive 1465 No Name 1465 Tennyson Ro»d 0 Oakdale Circle 0 Augusta Circle0Sam Boger Road 0 Rosedile Avenue 1802 Turrentine Church Road 1802 Turrentine CH Rotd 1806 Twin Cedars Golf Course Rd 1806 Twin Cedars Goll Rojd 601 U.S. 601 601 Salisbury Road 1S29 Winford Road 1829 Boiwood Church Road F ire D epartm en t 2 2 M ocksville SR»Current Name SRI0Anderson Lumber Company Rd 0 Anderson lumli« Roid 1466 Angell Road 1466 Souli Angell Road 1141 Camp Road 1141 Prison Cm p Rotd 1400 Campbell Road 1400 CounliyLtiw0Green Strnt 0 To Bi Announced 158 N.C. 158 158 Winslon-StKffl Hlgliwiy0Old Highway 158 0 To Be Announced 1603 Old 90 Road 1603 John Crotts Rotd 1604 Pete Foster Road 1604 To Be Announced 0 Robyn Road 0 To B< Announced 1642 Roy Williams Road 1642 Otk Grove Church Rotd 1138 Sam Dwiggins Road 1138 Towery Rotd 1301 Sanlord Road 1301 To 8« Announced 601 U.S. 601 601 Ytdlilnvllle HIghwty 64 U.S. 64 64 Uilt)gtoo Rotd F ire D epartm en t 2 3 Farm in gton SRI Current Name SR#NewNtnw 1471 Frank Walker Road 1471 StndfHRotd 1475 Gilbert Boger Road 1475 CniMitRotd 1437 Gilbert Boger Road 1437 Plnetraot Orlvt 1454 Hendrii Road 1454 King Rotd 0 Hubert Boger Road 0 HubntRotd 1470 1470 Mtlltrd Rotd 801 N.C. Ml Ml WitlDtvKDttvi 1459 Paul Spillman Road 1459 WolfptcfiMyt 1485 Ridgeway Drive la s Wee Creek Road0Salem Acres 0 Cyprus Itn* 0 Sunsel Drive 0 Dtwn Drivt 1455 Yadkin River Road 1455 SptrksRotd F ire D epartm en t 24 Sm ith G ro ve SRI Currenl Name SRI NtaNtmt 1621 Beauchamplown Road 1621 Betuclump Rotd 1451 BUkeleyRoad 1451 GrtyShttluRoid 1411 BroohMURoad 1481 WoodiN Drivt 14U CharMte’iPtice 14M ChulotttPltci 1449 Fr«* Froel Road 14H FrotlRoad 151 N.C.1SI V I 158 WiMlon.Stim HIgliwty 801 N.C. Mt 'Ml WmOtvltDiiva Ml N.C.M! -\Mt [ttt Otvlt Drivt 1463 No Kama 1413 Lta^MuanOriM 1821 Oak BluH Road 1821 Gun CU Rotd 1473 OMFVHriAglonfM 1473 luck IMw Hoad 1431 nnakraoliDrtva 14M PkakiMktCHItoid 1412 Swvtotftoad 14tt HiipvRoid IDS W iAN liiM IMI HoMNtamCMt concenicd about Ihe effluent being too much for the creek. “ W e’re concerned aboul whal kind o f neighbors w e’ll b e,” Powell .said. "W e ’re going lo con­ tinue the trend o f high quality homes, and w e’re going to con­ tinue monitoring the situation. “ W e’re very sensitive to the fact we don’t want to harm our development — which in turn would harm surrounding proper­ ty.” Brock said the buying public needs lo be protected from pur­ chasing a lot which they may not be able to build a home on if the permit ruling is overturned and the lot doesn’t qualify for an in-ground septic system. “ D oesn’t it make sense for the developer to develop an alternative sewage disposal plan?” Brock ask­ ed. He suggested developers in­ clude those plans with the subdivi­ sion plal. Developer G il Davis suggested a com prom ise. “ Is it your desire to punish us? If not, let’s go with something that’s rational to protect the poten­ tial buyer. I don’t see any reason to delay this ... as long as you’ve got the power o f putting on condi­ tions,” D avis, Powell and Brock met privately and brought the propos­ ed com p ro m ise b efo re com missioners. • 24 Hour Sorvlce Q U A L IT Y H E A T IN G A N D C O O L IN G Heating * Air Conditioning Repairs David Griffin (704) 284-4556 (704)284-2959 Route 4 Box 158 Mocksville. NC 27028 T V S e r v i c e C a l l s VCR Head Cleaning ? : n a * » Buy " Broken VCR’s and*TV‘8 P i n o E l e c t r o n i c s R e p a i r S e r v i c e 919-998-3110 Tom Horton ■— OwnerM U **» Carl’s T.V. & Appliance, Inc. March “Combo” Sale ITEM REGULAR PRICE SAVE "COMBO" 19" Phllco Color T.V. Ftehtr“VHS"V.C.R; $40.99 »1.04 S19.0S 18 Lb. FuH Spetd Oueen $34.4S $14.50 $19.9$ iiomcMrSofa/U.v«te.t____j,„„ Call Your Order In Todayl Or Come In To 1061 Yadkinville Rd., Squire Boone Plaza, Beside Wal-Mart 704-634-1598 i-»», Keck Pain Headaches Dizziness Shoulder Pain Arm & Leg Pain Bacl( Pain Arm & Leg Numbness Why Live W ith Pain? C all now fo r a con su ltatio n FOR APPOINTMENT CALL 634-2512 DAViE CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC 501 Wilkesboro St. CuM, D.C. Mocksville, N.C. 27028 Moot ma|or hoiltli cire inturanc* pollcloi and workman’! companoatlon covtrt chiropractic cara. Wa accapt aaalgnmant on qualltiabla potlclaa. S-DAVIE COUNTY ENTEKI’KISIi KKCORI), TIIURSDAY, March 16, 1989 County Briefs County May Hire Engineer County conuiiissioncrs Monciay unaninunisly agreed lo suidy Ihc possibility o f hiring an engineer eilher I'ull- or parl-iinie. “ Wc need one real bad,” said Coinniissioner liiiMer Cleary, who made the motion to conduct the suuly. Cleary said several retired engineers live in Ihc area who may consider part-time worl< for Ihc county. Cable TV Public Hearing April 3 Friend.ship Cable slill wants lo provide cable television to rural Davic residents. Nat Barfield lold counly commissioners M onday the company can cover 100 miles ol' roads in ihe counl> which are nm being served by a cable television company ninv, A public hearing on granting Friendship a franchi.se lo operale will be held April .T. Fireworks Show To Include Music Low-levcl fireworks and music w'ill be added lo the annual July 4 show al Rich Park. Counly commissioners Monday unanimously approved spending $2,689 for Ihc 1989 event, which will includc more low-lcvcl (180-200 feet) shots and music. Ray Allen, who coordinates Ihc fireworks show, said the additions would be "fo r the enjoyment o f the people who comc and pack Ihc p ark ." Arts Council Gets $500 Grant The Davic Arts Council was awarded a S500 grant from county commissioners Monday afternoon. “ The goal is lo promote arts and raise Ihe quality o f life for everyone. All o f us enjoy art in sonic form ,” said Kim Smith o f . the Arts Council. “ It takes a lot o f money to bring good artists into our schools and communities.” The local funds arc matched by the state, she said. Two Rezoning Requests Approved County commissioners Monday unanimously approved two rezon­ ing requests. A c o rn e ra tU .S .6 4 a n d N .C .9 0 ! was rezoned from residential- ■ agricultural to highway business for Robert Blackwelder, who plans lo open a trading post on the site. “ The effect would be lo clean up that corner a little b it," .said county zoning officer, Jesse Boyce. It was the only corner at the intersection not already zoned for business, Boyce said. Unanimous approval was also given to Kenneth Beauchamp’s re­ quest to rezone an acre from residential to highway business o ff Fork-Bixby Road, across from the entrance to Twin Lakes Airport. He plans to build and operate a small engine repair shop at the site. 4 Named To Nursing Honne Board ' ■ Three members w ere re-appointed and a new member named lo the Davie Nursing Home Advisory Committee by counly comm is­ sioners M onday. Re-appointed were Shirley Bethea, M arie M iller and Catherine Young, The new member is the R ev. Paul Riggs. Road Requests Get County OK ■ ■ County conrmissioners M onday unanimously recommended the N .C. Department o f Transportation consider Peaceful V alley Road (SR 1472) and Jess King Road (SR 1454) for paving. The board also recommended the slate accept roads in the Hickory Hill subdivision into the state system. Trip To Raleigh April 13; Retreat Set County commissioners R .C . Smith, Bert Bahnson, Buddy A lex­ ander and Buster Cleary all said they plan to attend the North Carolina Association o f County Com m issioners legislative brief­ ing April 13 in Raleigh. The commissioners will talk to state legislators about county con­ cerns, and lake local legislators out for dinner, said County Manager John Barber. • In an unrelated matter, commissioners tentatively planned a retreat fpr A pril 12 ; Administrative assistant Craig G reer said a retreat was needed to leam more about the county’s water system. ' "A lot o f us don’t understand ICO percent o f it,” Greer said. ‘‘It would be helpful for all o f us to go o ff somewhere and study our own water system .” Board Chairman R .C . Smith agreed a retreat was needed, but d is a g r ^ on the topic. “ W e need a retreat on a lot o f things, but ¡'.think w e’re ready to go on the water issue.” T A decision on whether to purchase water from Winston-Salem or go ahead with plans to build a new county plant on the Yadkin River was postponed. Land Transfer Tax Considered : D avie is going to consider asking the state legislature to provide a land transfer tax to help the county provide extra scrviccs causcd by rapid growth. ; Impact fees, which could be collcclcd from developers, were ruled out because of stringent requirements on how they could be spent, ta x e s could be spent any way the county secs fit if the legislature passes a bill allowing that, said Counly Attorney John Brock. Handicap Ramp To Be Built Right County commission chairman, R .C . Smith, asked that a new handicapped-access ramp to the communications center be built right. S.T . Dunn, manager o f the center, is confined lo a wheelchair, as is Smith. • Smith told County M anager John Barber to be sure Ihc ramp is built on a one to 12 incline, adding that many aren’t. “ Those are jfederal regulations, not mine. Please do it right,” he said. S n u b b e d B y C o n t e s t G o d s A g a i n -Í' E xcitcm cnt began to m ount last w eek as I w aited fo r the annual A tlantic C oast C o n fcrcn cc basketball toum atnent. T h is year w as m ore cxcitin g than ever, despite the fact that on ly one gam e w as clo sc and the team I w ould m ost like to lose w on. Il w asn ’t the basketball that had m e cxcited — it w as Pepsi. T h e P epsi m ost valuable p layer contest. I entered about 30 tim es, spending several dollars on postage. A ll through the prelim in ary gam es, w inners o f new Pontiac G rand P rix cars w ere announced. I w as m ildly discouraged they d id n ’t flash m y nam e on the screen. A fter all, it w as the Sun day prize that I really w anted — the ca r plus an all-expen se paid trip to the 199 0 A C C tournam ent. That included airfare. I w as already looking for a flight from T w in L akes to C harlotte. I sat in front o f the television , sipping an ice cold C o ca- C o la, and m y nam e w as n ever m entioned. P epsi didn ’ t pick m e. I ’ve alw ays entered con lesls by m ail. I even w on a cookb ook m any years ag o, one o f about 10,000 fiftieth p rizes. T hat w as m y on ly stroke o f luck. T h e contest organ izers are getting sm art. W e received one in the m ail the other w eek w ith four expen sive grand prizes. B ul the w inners w eren ’t to be announced until 19 9 1. T h at’s a sm art m ove by contest organ izers. B y the tim e the w in n er is announced, th ere’s a good chance th ey'll be dead. Save the com pany m oney. In the m eantim e, thousands o f poor suckers w ill buy m erchandise they don ’t really need w hen they .send in their entries. T he contests a lw a ys include a note that you don ’ t Mike Barnhardt h ave to buy anything to b e elig ib le, but w ho b elieves that? '■ A n d the contests are getting m ore d ifficu lt. It takes a cou ple o f hours and a lot o f hard thinking ju st to sort out the m ess that Publish ers C learin g H ouse sends out. T h e re’s 10 differen t w ay s lo w in w ilh each piece o f correspon den ce they send in the m ail — but you h ave to go through 30 pieces o f “ ju n k ” m ail to find them . A n d each p iece o f that - ju n k m ail is tryin g to sell som ething. I do better at contests in person. D oor prizes are m y sp ecialty. I ’v e w on three o f those. A trip to Jam aica w as the grand prize o f a contest I signed up fo r at an outdoors show in R aleigh a few years ago. Y o u could im agine the feelin g I got w hen I got that b ig telephone ca il. ‘ ‘ Y o u are the w in n e r,” the vo ice on the telephone said. A hhh, I thought. It’ ll be great. R elaxation , sun, d rin ks, m usic. F in e hotels. Spending m oney. People w aitin g for m y e v e iy need. I had vision s o f soakin g up the rays on a lon g, w hite beach. C lean blue w ater beckoned a few steps aw ay. A scan tily clad n ative lady w ould com e b y w ith drinks e v e ry so often. T h ere w as a catch. Y o u had to p ay $6 0 right aw ay lo claim the prize. I asked a lot o f questions — m aking the person on the other end o f the telephone m ad. It turned out the free trip to Jam aica w as actu ally ju st a free m otel room for tw o fo r a w eek. N o transportation w as included. W hile I w as pondering h ow I cou ld raise needed cash fo r a flight to sunny Jam a ica , the contest person told m e I had to m ake a decision right that m inute — and send the m oney in to claim the prize. It ju st d id n ’t sound right, and I still have n ever seen Jam aica. It rem inded m e o f one o f those tim e-shared vacation co n ­ dom inium s you buy for a w eek o r a m onth each y ea r. T h e sales pitch a lw a ys m akes it sound better than it really is. L a n d f i l l O p e r a t i o n M o r e C o s t l y Operating the D avie landfill is going to be more expensive. And county com missioners are considering adopting “ user fees,” charging each resident or business which brings trash to the landfill.“ 1 don’t know who should pay for the landfill exccpt the landfill users,” said Com m issioner Bert Bahnson. Coum y Allorney John Brock asked commissioners to delay ac­ tion on implementing user fees un­ til legal aspects w ere .studied. The board is expected lo talk aboul the i.ssuc again M onday night. Regardless ofthe fees, new EPA regulations are going lo make il more difficult and more expensive lo operale a landfill, said Jim W oody o f Municipal Engineering. Beginning in 1993, all landfills musl meet the new regulations, which include lining the holes wilh plastic, piping oul the wiilcr, and m onitoring area groundwater (DiiVic already does thi.s.). The county must also have a m ethod lo d isp o se o f the wastewater il collects from the lin­ ed landfills. And methane gas which is created in the landfill, which will be covered on the bot­ tom, sides and top with plastic, must be collected and disposed of. W oody said. “ A ll w e’ve done is put a big baggie out here,” he said. “ It’s go­ ing lo cost us more money to operate — and w c lose space. Y o u 're losing two w ays. It's a whole different kind o f ojKration." W oody estimated it w ill cost an estim ated extra $ 12 5 ,0 0 0 to $ 13 5 ,0 0 0 per acre lo comply with the new regulations. W hile the rules are designed to protcct groundwater, all they do is delay the problem , he said. Even­ tually, the plastic liners will fail and the landfill operators w ill have the sam e problem they have now, without liners. W oody said. He recommended the county ex­ plore all alternatives to a landfill. 2.5 Acrc.s Bought At Davic SHe County commissioners approv­ ed .spending $23,000 for 2.46 acrcs adjacent to the county landfill off Turrentine Road. It w ill be used as a buffer zone, they said. P o l i c e W a r n i n g O f T e l e p l i o n e S c a m Law enforcement officers are warning Davie residents about a possible break-in threat. C h ief Deputy Bob Lemmons of the Davie County Sh eriffs Depart­ ment said two Creekwood develop­ ment residents received telephone calls last week from an apparent im poster fo r N ation w ide Insurance. The callers asked about personal property, Lem mons said. “ If peo­ ple call, don’t give out information unless you know exactly who you’re talking to and w h y.” Winston-Salem residences which received sim ilar calls were broken into shortly thereafter, Lem mons said. “ So far, w e haven’t had any related break-ins. W e want to let the public know before it does hap­ pen.” B O U N T I F U L B A S K E T S ’ Personalized G ift Baskets For Every Occasion sElegsint Filled Easter Baskets For A ll Ages (919) 766-5186 ^ A fter 4;00 p.m. Flnanclat Statement For Period Ending: December 31, 1988 Morrison-Studevent Mutual Burial Ataoclatlon, Inc., Mocktvllle, N.C. BALANCE DECEMBER 31, 1987 >12.928.85 RECEIPTS:1. Current assessments coliected •1618.10 2. Number new members 5 @ 50' *2.50 3. Interest on time deposits,slocks, bonds »1133.56 4. Miscellaneous 5. Disallowed death claims6. Total (lines! to S, Inc.) >2754.167. Net difference of advanceassessments; ; >27.40 (II your advanc« have increaod tine« last rapoit. thia ts a plus entry. If (hey hav« d«cfMS«d, thit (■ • minu9 entry)a. Receipts >2781.569. Total receipts >15,710.41 DISBURSEMENTS:10. Salaries >200.00 11. Collection commissions 12. Miscellaneous expenses >«10i1S13. Total expenses Jines to lo )3, inc.) | >810.15 (Mm i rwt «xc««d 30% ol Ih« amount ahown on I ' Iin«« 1 to 3)No. »50.14. Death benelits paid (No.) No.100.3 >300.00 No. 200.9 >1800,00 15. Membership tees puM agents16. Refunds 17. Total disburements(lines tail) 16,Inc.) >2910.15 BAIJ^NCE TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR >12,800.26 ASSETS; 18. Cash shortage 19. Cash on hand *>-2320. Bank deposit Mockavllla Saving* t Loan i *^S.2921. Securities Mocksvllle Savings &Loan CD *400794-4 >12,697.97 22. Securities Mocksvllle Savings & Loan PB #11335-1 >77.77 23. Securities24. Total assets >12,800.26 UAMUTIES: 25. Advance assessments >214.8026. Death benefits unpaid 27. Expenses unpaid28. Total llablUllea SURPLUS iw w m a Anig (H 112 UnMiiMp «I ga>l Mitfliig « d w cl M l «шасялсо MO CWODN TO KFCW ЫС. >214.80>12,585.46 |ialtf«undinign«il. B ( M S ROIS, d ™t Now’s tlie perfect time to earn Bonus Rates on 12-Montli CDs ancl IRAs at CCB. And don’t forget, you get FREE Interest Checldng with any CD of $5,(K)0 or more. But hurry! Rates lite these won’t last forever! 12-Montli CDs and IRAs SI ООО Mini/niitn on CDs. IK.\ miniimwi is SJSO. hihn-sl subjix'ttucbiinsi'Hitlxmtnutii'v. üffiriUiiíLibli'UimUviUuulsouly.^ Call for sj)edal iriles on de/xKits of $35,000 or mow. 1-800-CCB-9139 Central Carolina Bank Your Financial Advantage. Mrinbcr Fl)IC DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 16, 1989-r9 Davie First To Establisli Foundation For Gifts B y K athy D. Clm ffin Davie County Enlerprise-Record Davie has bccomc Ihc first coun­ ty in Norlh Carolina lo establish a community foundation through which to acccpt and invest gifts, grants and endowments. Bob Johnson was clected chair­ man o f the Davic Counly Founda­ tion Inc. at an organizational meeting o f ihe 1 1 -member board o f directors last week. Oilier of­ ficers are: Kent Mathewson. presi­ dent; Ruth Hoyle, vicc president; Sue Cave, treasurer; and Sherry Ellis, sccrclary. Establishing a counly foundation was onc o f six goals set forth in the 1988 Quality o f Life Task Forcc Report. The la.sk force, headed by Mathewson, was part o f the Davic Futures Strategic Planning Project. Preserving and enhancing Ihe quality o f life in Davie County is what the Davie County Foundation i.s all about. Mathewson said. The purposes o f Ihc foundation, as slated in its declaration o f trust, “ are civic, educational, cultural, religious and charitable as defin­ ed and approved from time lo time for lax exemption by the laws o f Ihe United Stales.” “ If you think about those five words (civic, educational, cultural, religious and charitable), these pretty well rover quality o f life,” Mathewson said. Donations to the foundation could be used any number o f ways, including studies and long-range planning, new construction and emergencies. • Foundation money could also be used to assist the school system on public education. “ Such things as scholarships and enrichment pro­ grams arc naturals for foundations to support,” Mathewson said. • While Davie is the first county in North Carolina lo cslablish a coiniminity /btincialioii. rtinny ciiics such as W inston-Salem and Salisbury have them. • “ A lot o f folks are aware o f foundations," Mathewson said. “ W hile it’s brand new in Davie i County, 1 don’t think it’s brand« '•new to many people.” ■ Other members o f the Davie ' County Foundation board o f direc- Uors are; Lelia Essie, the Rev. : Shelby Harbour, Jerry Rcavis, ’ Avalon Potts, Dorothy Graham, W ill Martin and Henry M . Carter. T he foun dation ’ s b ylaw s ; stipulates that all but onc o f the ; directors be residents o f Davie County. : The one nonresident appointed i to the board is Carter, president o f ¡the Winston-Salem Foundation, i “ W e’rejust delighted he’s will- i ing to join u s ," M athewson said. i ‘ *He brings a great deal o f ex- iperience to us.” ; Mathewson, a resident o f Ber- ¡m uda V illage, also brings ex- ; perience to the foundation. He was : president o f a rural and urban af- : fairs research foundation in : Detroit, M ich., for 16 years. ; The foundation used its multi- : million assets to research such ; issues as the highway system and ; protecting the environment. Its ' board of directors included private • cilizens along with such business iand industrial leaders as Henry I Ford. ■ The process by which members j were selected for the Davie Coun- ; ty Foundation’s Board o f Directors ; was stipulated in the bylaws: One ; member was selected by the chair- ; man o f the Davie County Board of ; Commissioners; one by the mayor ; o f M ocksville; one by the mayor ; o f Cooleemee; one by the chairman ; o f the Davic County Board o f ; Education; , i One by the Clerk o f Superior Court o f Davie County; one by the president o f the Davie County Bar Association; one by the Mocksville Board o f Central Carolina Bank and T rust C o .; one by the J M ocksville Board o f Branch Bank- I . \ ing and Trust C o .; and two j nwmbers by a majority vote o f the I .other nine members, one o f which j may .he a nonresident o f Davie j C oun ^.' i , ■: • ||;lThe- foundation president shall ■ V <ui e x ^ member o f ihc'twavd o f directors, according |o tiie; bylaw* i M M ifw ioh the selection ; u ’i»tablished in the bylaws, met and decided that the directors o f Ihc foundation .should nicci Ihe following criteria: • "B y their character, set a tone for Ihc foundation as lo integrity, caring, nioralily and dedication to the enhancement o f Davic Coun­ ty's quality o f life. • A bilily lo make wise choices in Ihc distribution o f funds llow- ing from Ihc Davic Counly Foun- daliiin in the lorm of grants lo per- sons and organizations dedicated to enhancing Davie County’s quality o f life. • W illingness to promote the financial well-being o f the Davie County Foundation by careful stewardship o f the foundation’s financial resources and to assist with solicitation o f funds. • The ability and inlerc.st to serve as an overseer o f the nianage- nicnl ofth e foundation as provid- ed by its officers and trust agen­ cie s." (The bylaws establish Cen­ tral Carolina Bank and B B & T as trustees for the foundation. “ Funds will be entrusted with them ," Mathewson said.) Term s o f the directors arc stag­ gered to allow for an annual rota­ tion based on senority. The initial members drew straws to determine their order o f senority. Directors rotating o ff the board will be replaced by the person in the position who appointed them. If, for exam ple, the director ap­ pointed by R .C , Smith, existing chairman o f the D avic County Board o f Com m issioners, rotated o ff the board in four years, the chairman at that time would select a replacement. “ It’s really a very .serious responsibility that these directors and officers have taken on,” Mathewson said. “ I don’t know o f ; anylhlng that calls for greater trust and iroponsibillty than to ask a per« son in their will to leave money tg be spent after they’re dead an4 go n e." ; Donations to the foundation will be tax-deductiblc. Mathewson said he is now in the process o f preparj ing an application to the Internal Revenue Service for tax-cxemptiorf status. ' O U R E A S T E R S E A S O N V A L U E S C O M E uuuyuuu ■■■ED 030] IQ This Ad Is Good Wednescldy. March 1 5 Thru Tuebday, M aich 2 1 , tytiy At Ouf N C Lowub f o o d b S lo io b O n ly Q-<junl(ty H u jh tb R cb urved Wu G ludly A ccept f-ed u rjl Hood Sluinpb And WIC CoupuMb A D V E R T IS E D IT E M P O L IC Y ' ^--------- Ldch ul ihtibti iiein^ required to be readily available tor sale in each Low es Foods bioru cAcupi db i>pecihcally noted. It an advertised item Is tem porarily out of stock, we wilt utter you Ihe choice of a com parable item when available reflecting the same Uf J R dinch^ck lo purchase lha advertised item at the advertised price wijnm JU d jy s Quanlity rights are reserved. 10—DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 16, 1989 Court B riefs M a n M u s t L e a v e S t a t e A D avic County man wa.s orilcrcd lo leave Nortli Carolina last week in Davic District Court afler being found guilty o f assault with a deadly weapon, injury to personal property, and injury to real property. Judge Robert Johnson told Keith Tesner to leave Nortli Carolina im­ mediately and reside in South Carolina with his brother or sisler until a move is approved by his probalion officer. T esn er w as convicted o f assaulting Walter Allen Rabon. in­ flicting serious cuts lo his face and hands. Tesner was also found guil­ ty o f throwing log sections through a mobile home window, resulting in setious interior daniagc to the mobile home. A satellite dish was also destroyed, along wilh power lines that were torn down. Rabon and Peggy S. Tcsner’s at­ torney, Lynne Hicks lold the judge Tesner also damaged Rabon’s previously restored 1954 model truck causing $3,9 30 worth o f damage. "T here was also a 4-ycar-old child involved," she said. “ He (Tesner) smashed the child's aquarium and the child was severe­ ly traumatized by Ihc experience." Johnson sentenced Tesner to two years suspended for five years, make no conlact wilh W aller Rabon or Peggy Tesner or any niembers o f their families without first contacting Iheir allorney. not return to North Carolina wilhout first notifying attorney for the vic­ tims, allowed lo return on March 12 to collect his personal items, upon return to South Carolina report to mental health clinic for evaluation and assessment for alcohol and drug abuse and comp­ ly with any counseling and treat­ ment they recomtnend, obtain a full-lime job and remain gainfully employed, not possess any firearms or deadly weapon .o ff his own premises, not violate any state or federal law s, remain in general good b eh avio r, and m ake rcstitulion. J o n e s G u ilt y O f T r e s p a s s i n g An 18-year-old M ocksville man was found guilty la.st week in Davie Districl Courl o f first degree trespassing afler he was found sleeping in the laundromat of Glen Apartments on Feb. 13. The manager o f Glen Apart­ ments found Aaron Keith Jones in the laundry room and was not allowed in because Jones was holding the door shut, said M ocksville Policc Deparlment Deteclive W ayne Sloneman. “ I,h ad got locked out o f my lapart'ment and it was cold lhal ■night," Jones said. “ I went in the . room and the light was on and the door wasn’t locked.” - : lones’ grandfather told Judge ■Robert W . Johnson he had been trying to slop his grandson’s bad ■ habil's. ; : “ He does things against the law and lakes Ihings from people,” he said. “ W e’ve been trying lo break' him from lhal for the lasl 10 years.” ;; The grandfather said Jones has been working for him and wished something could be done to help his grandson. ' Johnson gave Jones an II p.m. curfew but Ihe grandfather in­ tervened and asked for an earlier one. “ W ilh all the trouble he’s been in, 1 1 o’clock is too late,” he said. “ He stays out until one and two in the morning and sometimes doesn’t come home for two or three days,’ ’ he said. “ Then he tells his mother he’s been with me ¡;.".d tells me he's been wilh his m other.” Johnson sentenced Jones lo 30 days suspended for one year, observe a 9 p.m . curfew unless prior approval has been granted by his grandfather, not to enter the prem ises o f Glen Apartments without approval o f manager, reside wilh his grandfather during the entire period o f suspension, to be screened by a representative o f Read and Succeed Program and complete ihis program if deemed necessary, enroll in accredited education program or olher voca­ tional program and work towards G E D during period o f suspension, obtain a job and remain gainfully employed, and not violate any stale or federal laws. R a p e C h a r g e D r o p p e d B y J u r y : : A: rape charge against a Davie iCoumy teen-ager was dropped M onday after a grand jury failed to return a true bill o f indictment in the case. ;; Jaines Edward M arshall, 19 , o f Route 1, M ocksville, had been charged with the first-degree rape last D ecem ber o f a form er girlfriend. ;; The girl, who was 15 at the time o f the alleged rape, testified in the Feb. 2 session o f Davie Dislrici Court that Ihe incident occurred when Marshall camc to her home bn a Saturday to put plastic over .windows for her mother. : • She said they had talked twice when she noticed Marshall had a knife. ;• “ He was in my room ," the girl testified. “ He wanted to talk to me again. 1 stayed in the hallway. T h a t’ s when ihings started h ap^ning. : “ I look (the knife) and held it over the washing machine. He twisted my arm until I gave it back to him. He told me to go in the ^tliroom . He wanted me lo kiss him . I told him not to do this to jn e.” ': ' The girl said M arshall then had ^ x 'w it h her. The kitchen-type " I w f e remained in his hand or within his reach the whole time, shfrtesUfied, however, said the girl ' rjHMi fchKumiy agreed to put the ' von ibe; windows for the I inoiher and had the knife to C r o v m ^ Á í Drugs Prices Good IVIarch 15,16,17 & 18,1989 Only This Easter Send The Veryj Best SERVICE, SELECTION & SAVINGS FROM THE PRESCRIPTION PEOPLE D udley’s Willie Wabbit 10” Plusli Hand Puppet^6® * A sso rted Gayla Kites Y o u r C h oice Midol PMS 3 2 's A lle rg a n H y d ro c a re Cleaning And -Disinfecting Soiution Aiiergan Enzymatic Cleaner 3 6 ’s Bayer Aspirin Tablets Or Caplets 50’s The girl admitted having sex with M arshall for the previous three years, and said M arshall wanted lo get back together while she wanted to be friends. Judge Kim berly T . Harbinson found probable cause lo send the case lo Superior Court, bul reduc­ ed M arshall’s bond from $50,000 10 $4,500 on the condilions lhal he m ove in with his father in Salisbury, not go aboul the alleg­ ed victim or come inlo Davie Couniy except lo visit wilh his attorney. M arshall, who had been held in the Davie Couniy Jail since his ar­ rest in tnid-December, was laler released on the lower bond. The Davie Couniy grand jury met for two hours Monday on the first day o f the March session o f Superior Court. Marshall said he had been in jail for three months before the inci­ dent, and lhal the girl had written ' him several lelters during his incarceration. “ We talked about sex and had she had any while I was gone,” he said. On the day o f the alleged rape, M arshall said the girl, wielding a handgun, shoved him against the wall. “ 1 was scared,” he said. “ I had never seen her do anything like lh a l." Lynne Hicks, Marshall's court- appointed attorney, submitted as Evidence a handfiii of lelters the girl had written him containing (‘explicit details of iheir sex life,'* -C-BOO Resin Stacic Cliair 18” Poly 9 O z. B ag Of Hershey Kisses Or Reeses (('Miniatures R eg u lar o r P aste l B rac h ’s Jelly Bird Eggs 16 Oz. Or Tiny Jelly Bird Eggs 11 Oz. CEWUIWE (duwcan) Y O -Y O ’S G real T o (ill T h e E aste r B ask et $ ^ 5 9 M e t a m u c i l 14 Oz. Regular Or Orange 8.7 Oz. Surgar Free Regular or 7.4 Oz. Orange 30’s Packables, ________ Regular or Sugar Free Your Choice $ 7 4 7 Scope Regular Flavor 32 Oz. $ 3 9 9 KH Car Wax 12 Oz. Paste Or 16 02. Liquid LOPPING SHEARS Easter Balloons D u d ley's Easter Egg Coloring Kit A sso rte d D esign s L eaf Jelly Bean Bubble Gum 7.s Oz. Or Robin Eggs 8 Oz. Y our C h oice Busy Bunnies, Baby Binl(s Or Flepsy Ciiocoiate Bunnies Your Choice 69« Fill N' Thrill Plastic Eggs 24 L arg e $ 1 2 9 One A Day Witliin 6 0 ’s $ 3 9 9 Allergan Lens Plus Oxysept 1 $ 2 9 9 ___^Oxysept 2 $ 5 4 9 Tylenol Junior Strength 30's Stridex Maximum Strengtfi 75’s Or Big Pads Maximum Strength 42’s C & - SPENCO" Hot & Cold $ 1 1 8 8 Coupon Worth •1 “» Off Any Crown Brand Lotion 11 l l ll ll i| l l i| ll l l i| ll i j l l l l . J Lubriderm Lotion 16 oz. Lubriderm' LotionKSCSrrSKiNCAtl Scented or Unscented $ 5 9 9 Magid Brad Brown Jersey Gloves 7 9 ^ Magld Brand Ladies Garden Gloves Ember’s Charcoal 10 Lb. B a g $ 1 7 7 t. Hockivii, Wit» om Skowiflt Cwbt' 2. CIMMOM, WMiHOd V№gi siiap|*ig CwlM 1 Mrnudi Owy «(«wing C*m, Utme», N.C. . 4. N1 N n CiMk M9Ny, WMo»Mm i. llifieMi M m «NNk« CMM, W M taM wI. NTinniMMih M, WlMli*«lM II.«17G w «yC U M , V lM M k, I M m , T lflM « » i M l i ^ m IIIIWm m "^SrSúTÑ éróptíc^^ in Bermuda Quay Shopping Center 7.301 ilKidii Avmi*, WMon-Salm a.HinNlUI,Wlmton-Silmi «.OUKi«ii,37tl%irnoldiRo«l10. LnM It, MN ShiloirfonI Rd., Wlnilon-S»l«m ^ ^ AOVince, N.U 11, tuititm . OH Hiilwiy 52 Noitli - Hourt: Open Hon., Tue., Thurs., & Fri 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wtd. 4 Sat. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. will««CJjíS^wc^>k*k^«ù 6ei»UQuiySh(f|i№jCMtv«ilnKi 'h m m -•i' DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY. March 16, 1989-lB - ’ r — B a s e b a l l T e a m ’ s G o a l : T o S a v e F a c e F o r D a v i e Coaich o f the Y e a r D avid H unt talks w ith his retu rn in g all-con feren ce p layers (from left): D enny K e y , M att M arion .and M att W ebb.— IMioto hy Konnie (Jallagh er B y R o n n ie G a lla g h e r Davie County Enterprise-Record F ive w ins in seven m onths is nothing to brag about, but fo r p layers like D enny K e y , lhat’s all they have to show fo r th eir sen io r season so far. T h ree victo ries in football and tw o in b askelbaii. * K ey should have that m any w ins in no tim e for D a v ie ’s defending cham pion ba.seball team . O ver the past tw o season s, D avie has tied for the Central Piedm oni C on ference cham pionship, w inning 3 2 o f 4 5 gam es and advancing lo the sc­ cond round o f the 4 -A p layo ffs each season. T h is yea r — at least on paper — the team is as strong as it has been in D avid H unt’ s tenure as coach. Not on ly are the top tw o pitchers retur­ n ing, but he has five .30 0 hitters back. A ddin g lo the C P C ’s w oes is A n slo F o w le r, w ho w as the M o ck sville L egion team ’s top hit­ ler last sum m er. He w as in eligible as a ju n io r in 19 8 8 . S till, Hunt rem ains cautious. H e’s seen team s w ith high expectations fall flat on their faces.. “ T o be honest, I don ’t know h ow w e’ ll d o ,” ' he said. “ W e have m ore ph ysical talent than ' w e ’ ve had in the past few years but the key is ' leadership. W e’ve done w ell the last tw o years bccause o f the Joh n n y R id d les, the C h ris C alliso n s, the D ave W ilson s, the J.C . H endrixes . and the T im K in g s. T h ey n ever let up and w e w on a lol o f gam es in the lale innings. T h is y ear, ■ I haVc nol seen the leadership e m e rg e.” O f co u rse, w ilh the bad w eather o f eariy M arch , Hunt hasn’t seen m uch o f anything. “ W e’re terrib ly b eh in d ,” he said. P itch in g S tren g th D a v ie ’s strength is its pitching sta ff, w hich : returns the hard-throw ing K ey, left-handed M ik e ^ M cD an iel, as w ell as senior righthander R ichard B oles. K ey has rarcd back and throw n faslb alls for Please See B aseball — P . lOB H a n e s T h i s Y e a r ’ s ‘ W a l c e F o r e s t O f U n d e r w e a r ’ Bob Staak should coach the H anes K nit- w are basketball team . T here are a lot o f parallels betw een Staak’s W ake Forest pro­ gram and the one at H anes. T h e re’s plenty o f spirit, as a F rid ay pep rally proved. Saturda.v, the ch eerieaders w ere perky and the fans turned out, praying for a w in. : But like Staak and W ake F o rest, the H anes contingent prayed in vain. N ot even the basketball “ G o d ” B illy P acker could have helped H anes defeat its arch un derw ear rival Jo c k ey Saturday night al South D avie. T w o tim es this w inter, H anes has ch allen g­ ed its D a v ie County competitor to a game o f I hoops for the undisputed “ U n derw ear C ham - I p io n sh ip " o f D avic C oun ty. On paper, it I seem ed like ii sure thing, considering Hane.s Ronnie Gallagher has about three tim es the em p loyees trom w hich to choose. But the first gam e w as an ... upset? T h ere w as “ u n d errated " Jo c k e y , the coM3pany with on ly about 20 0 employees defeating the big b oys, 4 9 -4 2. H anes cxccs rem em bered the scorc for a lew m onths, rca.soning it w as U cnnitely a tluke. H eck, even the P rin celon s and Sienas get lucky every now and then. “ W c’ll p lay them again , using new p layers this tim e,” thought the larger o f the tw o un derw ear factories. “ T h is tim e, the outcom e w ill b e d ifferen t.” But alas, w hen all w as said and done, “ T h e W ake Forest o f U n d erw ear” had w at­ ched its seam s clipped again b y Jo c k ey . H anes didn’t w ant to rem em ber the sco rc this tim e. Jo c k e y , 78 -52. H an es N eed ed C h a rle s Saturd ay night, H anes had personnel d ircc- »or M ark B arkley on its side. It needed C h arles. “ Boom B ooin'" B arkley had done all he coiilil prtmiDtc ihe rcm aich. Diiriny: llic F rid ay pep ra lly , he actu ally had the D avie H igh M archin g Band strut Ihrough the H anes aisles. H e had the spirit at an all-tim e high . B ul Jo c k ey w on . H ow could il h ave h ap­ pened? W e ll, il w o u ld n ’t b e A m erica w ithout som e accu sation s, now w ould it? , So B ark ley m ade them . H e said C liff G o d - : dard, the plant su p erviso r o f Jo c k e y ’s distribution cen ter, had broughl in som e rin gers. “ I’ ll h ave to ask him abou l his recruitin g bu d get,” B ark ley sneered p lay fu lly . “ O r I ’ll have lo upgrade m in e.” W hat’ s lhal? H as G oddard becom e a B arry S w itzer am ong the Fruit o f the L o om s? G oddard w ould h ave hone o f the ribbin g. “ T h ey kidded m e about il durin g the g a m e ,” he said. “ But everyo n e w ho played w orked Please See G allagh er — P . 4 B [ / ^ T ic k e t T o C o l l e g e l o h i i s o n T a k i n g t r a c k S e r i o u s l y By-Ronnie Gallagher I Davie Counly Enterprise-Record> A lecia Johnson is easy to spot I d u n n g any D avie C ounty track I practice. W earin g pants that w ould I m ake F loren ce G riffith Jo yn er I en vious, she is a shining light I on ¿ le asphalt. M ore tim es than not; you can find her teammates I staring in aw e. /in d b elieve it o r not, that I m akes her nervous. J6hnson has alw ays received Ithe- resp ect fo r h er tra ck I abiiities. B ut, she adm its, she I hastnot given h erself respect in Ith e'.sp o rt. U p until this, her sQnjor season, she had taken I h erself lightly. N o m ore. Johnson, the C en- I traljPiedm ont C on feren ce’s top sp rjn ter and lo n g ju m p e r, realizes now what she can aciiieve by pushing h erself to th(S-limit. i^ r a c k can pay m y w ay to •c o jle g e ," she says. “ I n ever really thought about il until I п°'У-” O thers are thinking about it I fo f;h e r. ¡•Y o u can ju st w atch her and I tell; she’s som ething sp ccial,” s a ^ first-year girls coach A ngie B ip w d er. “ S h e’s going to be I som eth in g.” fijex A llen has w atched her I fo ritw o years and he says the I sky.'s №e lim it. . ;|We’re hoping she can bet- I h er tiines from the K№o yeais,’’ he said. “ Sh e’s ,jiwlely a college p rospect.'' ) №wer ibinks so. T he Florida Sports Profile coach has already told Johnson there is a scholarship w aiting on her, despite the fact B o w e r has n ever seen her run. “ A fter taking the S A T s, I sent m y nam e and score out to several colleges,” Johnson said. “ C oach B o w e r said she really liked m y tim es, especially in the 20 0 m eters.” Joh n son ’s best is 2 5 .2 bul if B o w er looks h arder, she w ill like all o f Joh n so n ’s tim es and jum pin g distances. A 12 .3 tim e in the 10 0 and an 18-9 long jum p has qualified her for state sectional track m eets. A s a sophom ore, she qualified for the state m eet in the 100. Last y ear’s season ended a bil abruptly in the sectionals. She had qualified in the long jum p — “ m y favorite even t” — bul scratched on her. third ju m p , disqualifying h erself. “ I think I could have w on it,” she said firm ly. “ But m y m arks w ere o ff.” Johnson frow ns at the m en­ tion o f the triple ju m p , her least favorite event — but even w ith that, she has leaped 33-6 . She is also being w ooed by su ch c o lle g e s as C a rso n - N e w m a n , the C o lle g e o f W ooster (M ass.) and North Carolina, all wanting to give her aid. R ight n ow , she is leaning lo w a rd B o w e r and N orth Florida. “ W ith that scholarship, I get an apartm ent,” she said. “ It’ s surprising to m e that these schools w ant m e, but it’s D a v i e D o m i n a t e s A l l - L e a g u e S q u a d Пео«е See jgbnson,— P. 3B John*"» Several colleges are after the (rack laknts of Davie’s Alecia — Photo by. Ronnie Gallagher W hen it com es to w restling in the C entral Piedm ont C o n ­ ference, figure on D avic County taking m ost o f the posLseason honors. I l’s been lhat w ay fo r four years and the final y ea r o f the con feren ce w as ju st like the first. D a v ic, w hich has n ever lost a C P C m atch, placed nine w restlers on the all-con fcrcn cc team and B u d d y L o w e ry becam c the on ly C oach o f the Y e a r the lea g u e has ev e r know n. “ Il’s real good putting nine w restlers on a ll-co n lcrcn ce,” L o w ery .said, “ bul I thought w e co u ld ’ve had m o re.’ M akin g the list w ere Brad F o ster at 1 1 2 pounds, Scott B eaucham p ( 12 5 ) , Jam ie C a u ­ dle (13 5 ), Scott P age (14 0 ), Jo n M yers (14 5 ), Todd K iger (15 2 ), E ric Blan ken ship (16 0 ), M arly M arlin ( 1 7 1) , K endall C h affin ( 18 9 ) and T o d d S m ith (h eavyw eight). L o w e ry w as pleased w ith the selection o f M ye rs, w ho w as nam ed despite a 9-6 record. He look o ver for the injured Je rry M an n m idw ay through the season. “ I gol m ore out o f him than I thought I w o u ld ,” L o w ery said. “ I f a sophom ore finishes .50 0 in this league, it’s g o o d .” D avie had som e im pressive in d ivid u al reco rd s, led by Beaucham p’s 2 6 -1, P age’s 25-2 and H osier's 2 5 -3 . Blankenship w as the lop w in n er al 27-4 . M arlin and C h affin each finish­ ed w ilh 24 victories and Sm ith 2 1 w h ile C a u d le , an o th er sophom ore, w as 2 0 -7 -1. K ig e r finished 16 -7 -1. “ K ig e r’s record w asn ’ t as good as the others but four o f his lo sses cam e in the regional and state tcjurnam ents.” ex- Eric Blankenship plained L o w e ry . “ H e had a good con fcren ce rcc o rd .” T he C P C had tw o stale cham - ‘ pion s in N orth D av id so n ’s C a lv in Y o u n g ( 1 0 3 ) a n d ', Bcaucham p w hile R ey n o ld s’ A nthony A b rah am w as run- ncrup at 119 . A braham w as the W resder o f the Y e a r, passing o v er both Y o u n g, w ho finished 3 1- 0 , and B caucham p. N ot surprising w as the fact L o w e ry w as nam ed C oach o f the Y ear, ll w as Ihc fifth straight y ea r he has laken the honor, four lim es in the C P C and oncc in the old 3 -A N orth Piedm oni C on feren ce. L o w ery doesn ’t pay m uch at­ tention to the coach in g honors. “ I’ve had som e greal athletes,” he said. I f lliere w as a goal h e’d like to set, it w ould be for co n ­ feren ce lille lo iigevily. “ I ’d like lo w in ihe con ­ feren ce 10 straight y e a rs ,” he .said, “ und I’d like to w in the regioniil just as m any tim es. I w ant to go in there w ith everyo n e thinking w e ’re the favorite every tim e. I w ant everyb o d y there to expect us io 2n-nAVlE COUNTV ENTKRI’RlSi; HKCORI). THURSDAY, March 16. 198tf I.•J ■ jl' S S C O R E B O A R D Basketball High School NCHSU STATE PUYOFFS CliM 4 » W«tt 5«ctlonil 1 lATUROArS CHAMKWSHm G8 P»ft ÉIÌ» 55, ScutA Slolies 51 Oleno boyt 62. We« Mwkknbufi 82 ClM> 4 A Wait Sectlo n aiT SATllROArS CHAMPIONSHIPS_______ North Fonyth 0r1i 52. denn 42 RekJivW* boyi 69. Eden Mofehe»d 57 Cl«»8 3-A Wg<t Sectlonai r SATURDAY'S CHAMPKWSHIPS North l(9<kn èrit 45. Fortxfsh 42 SlateivWe boyi 69. North 64 Class 3>A West Sectional 2 SATURDAY'S CHAMPtONSHIPS Corword flrts 54, South Ireden 53 North Surry boy* 78. UrKOlnton 67 Class 3-A East Sectional 3 SATURDAY’S CHAMPIONSHIPS________ NW Guttford Ktrtf 66. Cerftr«! 0«vMson 44 Esitem AlamftTK« boys 66. NW Guilford 78 Pt , m l Class 3-A Cast Stctlonal 4 SATlRDAys CHAMPKWSMPS HP Cemral firli 48. Burt. WKUami 44 S. AlamftrKe boyi 72. Burt. WIiami 69 Class 2-A Wsst Stctlonal 1 SATURDAY'S CHAMPKWSMPS Monroe frit 47, North S(ar)fy 39 l^oe Ptedmont boyi 69, North Rowan Sr Class 2-A W tst StcttMial 2 SATURDAY'S CNAMnOftSNM AKemane f rta 46. East DavtOwn 33 Cher. CfthoOc boys 76. ThomasvtM 71. OT Class 2-A W tst Stctltnal 3 SATURDAY'S CHAMPMMSMPS BindYt M 95. MteM CouMy 53 ' xi-Cot^boy«79.WHtwnitt56 Class 2-A W tst Stctlonal 4 lATUmMTS CHAMPIOftSMn BMnher Hi trti 57. StimKMn 54 Bunker Mi Soys 85. MaMn 69 CIms 1-A Wtét StclltMl 1 ^ AKm grit 51. Chatfiam dntral 42 Ddn boyt 76, North Moore 71 a m V A W tst S tctltM l 2 CMl WkM M i t9. North Moort 47CIM MofMDÎw)'M)« smmt c mK eo O a ti 4 ^ Wétiéni M gliM ilt «ton twin wgiSekMO irs fm t28-2) n. Morpman j*?24?i) v i North Fottyth (M-8), :30 p.m.-moATt wm mmnua (217) n , ChMM Qariniir ’’ tîÜ Î'S l-4 ) «• own (ÎW), •-.» iAiwwTseM«wwwwi •sit-1 •. T»m. NMD N M (J3^ M. M IMmon eMM miM (>M) »*. coMoi« (30-4),, 1:30 frW. m à r s M w y g e w u CMCn N t* |22-e) n. IM tuny m- (33-3I «t. »m» (IMI, »90 w iu w rt e w M M W O m * M Ia$tota RMlMMit n S s s s m s tv T '^ ^ Dumwi-SW -C*M U m m (IM) n. toullwn tiMwoii*« «*m>. r s.m. ______OmmM'd«-«) rt. &MmMccun-'nm cnnm »t»», * w p.". H t r i a w «WWW» . QntmVi Coniiy «innar. 1 Weal Cravan Stiii uiin W#iPoinlCa«ui*(M^. «rirm. 7>m. S:30p!mr SAIWmrSCMMWOWSWW tMMMVS Ü U ' «MffMALS M CieiÉirtM ewMy Arana:tori' aamNlnal «ritmer^ 8 p.m. AlSilMlVlMNIglScliül:• QMi'aammMl«lmari,Sp.fn. O atl 2-A W M tw i RHtaM l«(Mf ltWiliilf H il_________. iMwawr» MM’ MWWW» H » > rn o » y W M w au Nnwi-Comti (M-ai M. McniM l>M- tneM(l«'3|, 7 p.m.I .Owtoltt cWSte <I7-3) «. 0»ww»it ■a*»Hi(22-e|,«:30p.ln. »»imoArienmmtim , ■V OM' iwiKwi «mnn, 7 p!m! ^ 8 « i A a № J B f ^ "- NOIWIH ktht BI-») H<- F’|m£I!m h ilM ) vi CM WMM (264). liJOp-m. ' w m rtiot»m w iiK U __________ r . r , S r ^ r i I ^ № £ g : MlUWtrt CNMMMMP« ;■ •K R V Sbp.iiC' Wrestling Davidson); 119 — Anlhony Abraham (Reynolds), M iles Greene (North Davidson); 125 — Scoll Beauchamp (Davic); Danny Chilea (Reynolds); 130 — Ivan Neely (Soulh Rowan), Emp.sy Thompson (Kannapolis Brown), Scan Sink (North Davidson), Bryant Washington (Reynolds); 135 — Janiie Cau­ dle (D avie), Andre Smith (Reynolds). Bradley Nixon (South Rowan). 140 — Scotl Page (Davic), D avid G alyan (Kannapolis Brown); 145 — Jon M yers (Davic), Shawn Dulin (Mount Tabor); 152 — Roland Grant (Kannapolis Brow n), Todd Kigcr (Davie); 160 — Erik Blankenship (Davie), Tim Smilh (Kannapolis Brown); 17 1 — Ruben W eils (K an n apolis Brown), Jon Hayes (Parkland), M arly Martin (Davic); 189 — Kendall Chaffin (Davie), Rufii.s Jefferson (Mount Tabor); 275 — Jam es D em etrakis (P arklan d ), Todd Sm ith (Davic). Schedules Varsity Baseball M arch 15 E A ST RO W A N * 17 OPEN 20 S T A T E SV IL L E * 21 at Slalesville* 24 at East Rowan* 30 at W est Iredell* 3 ! P A R K LA N D * A pril 4 at North Davidson 5 W EST IR E D E L L 7 at M l. Tabor* 11 R EY N O L D S 14 Salisbury Tournament 15 Salisbury Toum8ment 17 Salisbury Tournament 18 SO UTH RO W AN 21 at Kannapolis 25 at Parkland 26 at West Forsyth* 28 NORTH D A V ID SO N M ay 2 M T . T A BO R 5 at Reynolds 9 W E ST FO R SYT H 12 al South Rowan* 16 K A N N A PO LIS C A P S denote home games. * denotes 4 p.m . game. JV Baseball M arch 15 at East Rowan 20 at Statesville 2 1 ST A T E SV IL L E 24 E A ST RO W AN 30 W , IR E D E L L 3 1 at Parkland A pril 4 N . D AVID SO N 5 W est Iredell 7 M T. TA BO R 11 at Reynolds 18 at South Rowan 21 KA N N A PO LIS 25 P A R K LA N D 26 W . FO R SYT H 28 at N . Davidson M ay 2 at M l. Tabor 5 R EY N O LD S 9 al West Forsyth 12 S. ROW AN 16 at Kannapolis C A P S denote home games. All gaines begin at 4 p,m . Track P . All>Conference . 10 3 .— Calvin Young (North Davidson), M ickey W oodlief (Purkland); 1 1 2 — Brad Foster : (D tvie), Brian Alwood (North t ■ ■■ 'V ' t- , M arch 16 at North Rowan 23 D A V IE 30 at N , Davidson A pril 4 at Kannapolis 6 D A V IE 13 at N . Davidson 18 at NW Cabarrus 20 at South Rowan M ay 2 G irls Conference 4 Boys Conference 13 Sectionals 20 Regionals 27 State Boys Tennis M arch 20 P A R K LA N D 22 al North Davidson A pril 3 at M t. Tabor 5 R EY N O LD S 10 al West Forsyth 12 SO UTH RO W AN 17 al Kannapolis 19 al Parkland 24 NORTH D A V ID SO N 26 M T. T A BO R M ay 1 al Reynolds 3 W EST FO R SYT H 8 at S. Rowan 10 K A N N A PO LIS 17-18 Regionals 24-25 State C A P S denote home matches. A ll matches begin al 3;30 p.m . Softball M arch 20N O RTH RO W AN * 22al West Iredell 3 1 Starmount Tournament A pril 3M T . T A BO R Sat Mt, Tabor lOat W est Forsylh 12 W EST FO R SYTH I7W E ST IR E D E L L 19at Kannapolis* 24P A R K L A N D 26al Parkland M ay lat Reynolds 3R EV N O L D S 80P EN lOat South Rowan* I50 P E N 17at North Davidson* C A P S denote home games. * denotes double headers. A ll games begin at 4 p.m . South Davie Baseball A pril 4 CHESTNUT GROVE 6 al Corriher-Lipe 11 N . D A V ID SO N 13 al Erwin 18 NORTH D A V IE 20 at China Grove 25 SOUTHEASTER^N 27 at Chestnut G ro vT M ay 2 C O R R IH E R -LIP E 4 at N , Davidson 9 ERW IN 1 1 al N onh D avie* 16 C H IN A G R O V E 18 at Southeastern C A P S denote home games. * Gam e begins at 6:45 p.m . Others at 4 p.m . North Davie Baseball A pril 4 at Erwin 6 CH IN A G R O V E * 11 at SE Stokes 13 at Chestnut Grove 18 at South Davie 20 C O R R IH E R -LIP E 25 at N . Davidson 27 ERW IN * M ay 2 at China G rove 4 SE ST O K E S* 9 C H EST N U T G R O V E * 11 SO UTH D A V IE * 16 al Corriher-Lipe 18 N. D A V ID SO N * C A P S denote home meets, AU meets begin at 3:30 p.m . C A P S denote home games, ♦ Gam es begin at 6:45, B r o w d e r C o a c h O f Y e a r N o W a r E a g l e B o y N a m e d A l l - C o n f e r e n c e Racing Schedule M«oh It Motoreralt 800Mrtia TranaayMiMoA|M«9 VMaydal* MMtt SOO API««nrat Union 400 A«t«23 PonnW SvMMitilrti SOO Mayr Wkiston SOO Cw»e«laMOJUM4Burtimur 800JUM il ■•m Pom intwnitional Jun* 11 MMor HWi LHo 500 Jmw2t MHto AiMrtCM 400 My1 I>«oal400 July 23 AC SlWfk PhM 500 July 30 TalladoM OWMTd M» Aug. 13 ■udmilnrAtThoOlon AUO.20 Ctanoion Spoik PhM 400 AW-St ■uoritaoo •««Ll •oMkoiiilW •iP»»MMOi Hloh LNO 400 satJL■WtM aoo«r-»i00 m Ti IWkNnM4« Browdèr A ngie Browder will remeinber her first year a.s Davie Counly girls basketball coach for a long time to com e. A fte r in­ h eritin g a talented group o f seniors, she led the W ar Eagles to Ihc co n fe r e n c e to u rn a m e n t championship and a sccond placc finish in Ihc regu lar season. Her fellow coachcs rewarded her wilh the Coach o f Ihe Year award in Ihc C enln rl Piedm ont Conference. Three o f her seniors, Shawn Sm oot, Beth M ashbum and Shan­ non Jordan, were also naitied lo the squad. Other details o f the girls all­ co n feren ce teain w ere not available. The teams were chosen M onday night. No Boys Davie Couniy’s boys leam had no boys nam ed lo the all- conference squad. Reynolds look up the slack, run­ ning away wilh most o f the honors, ll placcd four players on Ihc all- conference squad and also had the Coach o f the Year. Like Browder, Howard West was a firsl-year mentor named Coach o f the Year. He led the Demons to a 16-9 record and a .semifinal berth in the sectional tournam ent. Reynolds lost lo ,Iininiy G reen e averaged eight points an d eight reb ou n d s but did not m ake the all-con feren ce team . — Photo by M ike B arn h ard t I Glenn, the eventual sectional champ. Reynolds players named were sophomore John Turner, junior Chris NeKson and seniors Kendrick Stoddard and Sean Gibson. Soulh Rowan placcd Brad Brown and Larry Lentz wilh Lentz b ein g! named Player o f the Y ear. I Heath Carter and William Brown I o f Mount Tabor also made the list. I Kannapolis had W esley W eeks, I W est Forsyth B illy Quinn and| North Davidson Scotl Stoker. W e s t ' s C a r e e r C o n t i n u e s W i t h U N C C ’ s B i d T o N I T Jcft' W csi’s enigmatic senior season al UNC-Charloue will con­ tinue for al least another week. The Berm uda Run resident w asn’t expecting Ihc turn o f events lhat has plagued him and the 49ers this season. In the preseason, he and teammate Byron Dinkins was picked by D ick Vitale as the lop guard tandem in Am erica. Big ihings were predicted for Ihe defen­ ding Sub Bell champions. But U N C C faltered to 17 -11 overall and a second place league finish. There was no N C A A invita­ tion. W est even lost his starting spol 10 freshman Henry W illiam s. The N IT did invite Je ff M ullins’ leam and it opens play W ednesday night in Charlolle. But the oppo­ nent is defending N IT and Big Easl leam Connecticut. ESPN will televise the N IT tour­ nament, beginning W ednesday nighl. C allison A t C ataw ba Chris Callison has gotten a par­ tial grant from Catawba to play baseball, Callison, who hit over .300 last year for Davic County, is a backup second baseman to G ary W eiker, a junior, who is taking Callison under his wing, “ H e’s pretty good,” Callison said. “ I’ve learned a lol from him .” Coàch Jim Dehart has also helped Callison at the plate. “ H e’s backed me up in the b o x,” he said. H en drix at C am pbell Freshm an J.C . Hendrix had a good fall at Cam pbell and should p lay frequen tly fo r M ike Caldw ell’s club as catcher. N aylor, Kim el Tw o form er M ocksville Legion teammates are on the Western Carolina baseball roster. Eric N aylor, a junior — but a sophomore eligibility-w ise — has m ade the squad at W estern Carolina. He is an infielder. K im el, the Legion’s all-time leading winner, is a freshman pit­ cher for the Catamounts. W estern is a consistent N C A A playoff contender and usually is at the top o f the Souihem Conference. A nderson Finishes Russell Anderson finished his college career at Greensboro C ol­ lege recendy when the Hornets bowed out in the D ixie Conference toumamem sem ifinals. C o l l e g e R e p o r t Anderson was all-confercnce, averaging in double figures, as did leam m ale Kevin Besecker. A form er W est Forsylh player, Besecker averaged 13 poinis and 4.3 assists. He was honorable men­ tion all-conference. Latten B ack K ris Latlen was in Brock Gym recently, talking o f being back in foolball. He look lasl year o ff and didn’t play al Lenior-Rhyne but says he is ready to gel back in Ihe gridiron. Latlen said the Bears are trying him al several positions, including strong safely. He said his best time in the 40 is 4 .3. G an tt N um ber 2 Kelly Gantt has moved up to the num ber two position on the Virginia Inlermoni tennis leam. ' Q ; Russell Anderson The school, located in BristoiJ does not play many North Carolin matches. The closest to home ( will come is Lees M cRae. She i^ a sophomore. C all In Sports: 634-2120 PLAYER OF THE WEEK Jami Coleman helped S outh D avie’s volleyball team hand N orth Davie its first loss of the seaso n Hwy. 601 N. - Yadkinville Rd. Mocltsviiie. N.C. 27028 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, March 16, 1989^38 / ' A s s i s t a n t s , P l a y e r s G i a d T o H a v e W a r d O n B o a r d The timing o f Randall W ard’s hiring as new Davic Counly coach , ■ .couldn’t have been better. The weekend after il was an- /v^nounced, Ward and his new assis- ;;;.:tant football coaches look o ff to ¿vIM yrtle Bcach for the annual !;-'xbaches clinic. According lo Marty ;;;:H em ric, everyth in g went .‘smoolhly. ; “ It gave us a chance lo do a lot :- :o f lalking ami get used to his ; ■ Iphilosophies,” Hcmric said. "W e ‘ •Igot organized and we had Itic ; • xhance to all go in one direction." ; A ll ofthe coaches already knew ;Ward, especially Heniric. When he : ■ :gradualed from Guilford College, : • '.West Rowan was one o f the : ■ :schools he could’ve gone too. “ Randall has a real sound ; • :philosophy," Heniric s;nd. “ W c’ll ; ■ :still coach our side ofthe football.” Hemric said Ihe players are e.\- ; • cited with the new formula as well. :: - ;Under M ike Carter, Ihey concen- ; ■ itrated on one position. W ard will ; • :have them learning two. ; ' : “ They were real receptive about : ■ ih al,” Hemric said. :: L earn in g The Ropes •: ■ Hemric also learned the ropes in ; another area — interviewing for a •: head coaching job. Most o f the coaching staff at ■ •'; -Davie agrees that one day, Hemric ' ■ will be the head coach o f a foot­ ball program. He was one o f five in line for the D avie job who got . an interview with superintendant Bill Steed, principal Robert Lan- •. dry and athletic director Bill Peeler. Hem ric just turned 25 and ; thought he may not be considered , because o f his young age. “ But •. they told me that wasn’t it which made me feel real good. “ I w as nervous about the inter- . view ,” he said, “ almost preoc­ cupied with what would happen next. But 1 learned a lot and next time, I’ll be even better-prepared.” W ould You B elieve?... W hy is there a revolving door for Davie coaches? M oney talks, as in supplements. . ’ M ike Carter left the school becausc ;.:of m ore money. So did Denny |;;;K ey . So did John Bullins. - ; iLast year, as D avie’s head soft- • ball coach. Key said he was paid Tji $30 0 supplement. ^This year, he is the assistant soft- p- ball coach at W est Forsyth and is : being paid $990. “ I’ve got less responsibility,” ::-?aid K ey, “ and I’ve tripled the • m oney.” : Pram Night Baseball David Hunt has been wanting in . ‘the Salisbuiy Optimist Tournament for years and now he finally gets to play. . On Prom Night. . .. The tournament is scheduled for ,; A pril 14 -17 at Newman Park at . Catawba. Davie was invited when South Iredell dropped out. .Jh e W ar Eagles will play the ■ first game o f April 14 , regardless /.o f its seed, due to the high school |..-{>rom that night. “ They made concessions for us. which was really n icc," Hunt said. But if Davie io.scs its opening round game, il i.s .scheduled to play al noon on Salurday. A noon game after Prom Nighl? “ ll’s win or else,” said Hunt. 23-G am e Schedule All five Rowan Counly schools will join Kannapolis, M ooresville and Davic m Ihe field. Hunt likes his schedule that has 23 games — the most a leam can play. “ Tm ticklcd U) death/' he said. W here A re T he Sophs? There is a reason Hunt has 12 seniors on his squad and only Ihrcc juniors. “ W c d id n ’ l have any sophomores come oul last year so w c didn’t have a jayvee leam ,” he said. “ Next year, we might be all juniors.” He didn’l have that problem this season. Jim Lightle welcom es 15 sophomores to his jayvee team. U SV B A Tw o Davie County students are playing for Denny Key in slate volleyball competition. Davie H igh’s K elly Ram sey and North D avie’s Amanda Key are both playing in a league in Court­ ney and recently won a tournament for 16-under players. . Serves Y o u R ight Glenn has the top-ranked boys basketball team in the state but its coach, Napoleon Cloud, is not one ofth e most well-liked. He proved why in his 78-52 sectional victory over Reynolds. W ith a minute to go and Reynolds down by 25, Cloud sent N .C . State recruit Bryant Feggins back into the game. “ It would serve him right to sprain his an k le,” said one onlooker. A s if on cue, Feggins sprained his ankle on the last play o f the gam e and had to be helped o ff the cdurl. Luckily for Cloud, il didn’t comc hack It) h;iuiil Gleoii. I-eygins played in the championship game wilh W est Mecklenburg and scored 22 points. W restling O n T V N ext season. Brad Fosler might just find himself on television if he m akes it to the state wrestling tournament. N C H S A A director C h arlie Adam s is hoping he can strike a deal with the Greensboro Coliseum to hold all classifications there in one day. He is also hoping for a television contract for the in­ dividual title and there w ill also be a team championship. Greensboro is the perfect site, Adams said since all o f the current number one teams are within 40 miles o f the Coliseum . “ W e had to ask ourselves who has been good to us over the years and who needs us now ,” said Adam s. “ The bottom line is, it’ll put something back in the C ol­ iseum, fill the motels and pack the restaurants. Notebook Salisbury and Catawba College, will coach the 53rd annual North Carolina Shrine Bowl football leam Dec. 9 at Chariotte’s Memorial Stadium, il was announced lasl week. Stout, currently the coach o f Morganton Freedom High School, has coached several Davic Coun­ ly players al Catawba while former Davie coach and M ocksville resi­ dent M ike Carter was an assistant coach under Stout at Burlington W illiams. Stout will be joined on his coaching staff by Buriington Cum ­ m ings’ David Ciulshall, We.st Carteret’s Ed Hiatt and High Point Central’s Richard Kemp. South Carolina, which has a big lead in the series, will be headed by Lauren’s Bobby Ivey. Free Tim e For the first time sincc 1983, B arry W hitlock w ill not be coaching his first love, baseball, this summer. The South D avie coach resign­ ed his position as M ocksvillc Legion coach in the middle o f last season. “ I lold (Grimes) Parker I’d help him some wilh the baseball team al South and I’ll go watch the Legion gam es,” he said. “ But I will be playing go lf and spending more time with my daughter and w ife.” As far as baseball, he said he will be trying to get to more major league baseball games. He also w on’t have to juggle his .softball .schedule. One o f the premier players in the area, he will now concentrate more on thal. Itiisketball On T V Fans may gel the chance to see Glenn on the liibe, since the N C H SA A is planning on televis­ ing the 4-A title game on W G G T (Channel 48). The 4-A boys championship is sel for March 25 at 8 p.m . at the Smith Center in Chapel Hill. W G G T has already televised the 4-A football championship between Richm ond County and W est Charlotte. Foothills A -C D avie neighbors Norlh Iredell and Forbush placed two girls cach on Ihc Foothills 3-A Conference all-league team. Karen D avis, Forbush’s all-time leading scorer, joined teammate Tam m y Re;ivis. For conference champion North, Mariena Surratt and Lori Reavis were named. North Iredell also had two boys named lo the team. Je ff Lowranée and Michacl Keaton made the team bul Forbush had no boys named. No Individual A w ards : ^ h y is it all dominating teams sojdom accum ulate m any iñ- divudual honor.s? 1 Buddy Low ery was wondering when the C PC wrestling awards w ere presented lasl week. ' ' Anthony Abraham o f Reynolds was named W restler of the Y ear, although both Calvin Young arid Scolt Beauchamp were state charn- pions. Bul Low ery realizes the honor was chosen before iHe postseason tournamcnls. ^ Beauchamp beat Abraham asla junior but they w eren’t in the sanie weight class this year. Davic did not have a Most Valuable W restler in any tourna­ ment, despite winning every orte except the state. ! Johnson : Miitinued from P. IB also scary. It w ill be a big change ninning track in college.” Scared At First / Johnson had the same attitude coming out o f South Davie Junior High. “ I thought il was going lo be such a big change running high school track after Soulh,” she said. “ But after a while, 1 adjusted. And it will be a lot different getting us­ ed to college. There will be a lol o f little things.” j Johnson says she never look herself seriously during her first two seasons because, “ I never real­ ly wanted to practice that much. I was lazy.” Dan Henderson, now at Nor- . thwcM Cabarrus, kept reminding her how nuKh t^ent she had and to work hud. "jCqkb Henderton told me EM W iiiiiil like that eveiy day,” she MH|ii4<!''He knew I w as lazy. at the state meet w ere I j i Mw i l l t o J vtas there because I she said. “ Last year, I felt like I belonged but I messed up.” W atching Flo Jo take the world by storm in the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul did wonders for Johnson as well. “ I’d love to be like Flo Jo and I’d like lo run in the Olym pics som eday.” But lhal goal is far aw ay. Cur­ renlly, she is working to get inlo a good track program after high school. “ The scary thing about being recruited is that a school like Chapel Hill will send someone to watch me and 1 won’t know they’re in the stands. I don’t want to know. Il will just make me more ner­ vous.” Regardless o f her past ac­ com plish m en ts, the veteran Johnson will piohably again be nervous oncc she hits (he North R ow an track in D avie’s opening meet o f 1989. But nervousness is part o f the gam e when you know everyone’s watching. A DEALER YOU CAN TRUST WITH OVER 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE BELL & HOWARD CHEVROLET HOME OF CLEAN PRE-OWNED USED CARS AND TRUCKS TAKE THE WORRY OUT OF BUYINQ A USED VEHICLE WITH OUR GM PROTECTION T H I S W E E K ’ S F E A T U R E S P E C I A L 1988 Chevy 1 Ton Red Dooley454 eng., яи^о. p.s., p.b.. air. chrome wheels, ovor 2000.00 in nccossories on this Iruck. must scu, low miles, Stock ff290100 Was 815,900 NOW ^ 1 4 ^ 5 0 0 stock #780770 1987 Mustangnulo, nir, p.s., AM/FM cnss.. power locks, nice car Was «8400 NOW ^ 7 2 0 0 stock #790070 1988 S-10 Blazer 4x4■ 4.3 eng., loaded with every option, only 14,000 : miles, like brand new, red with charcoal trim. Was »15,900 NOW ^ 14 ,8 0 0 stock #790100 1987 Chev. Silverado Short Bed, loaded wltti every option, very low miles, 350 eng., beautiful pIck-up Was $12,500 N O W ^ l 1 , 4 0 0 Stock »290611 1986 S-10 Short Bed auto, p.s., low miles, one owner, like new Was S6500 NOW ^ 5 8 0 0 stock #780780 1 1985 S-10 Blazer 4x4automatic, p.s., btack/red color Was »7900 NOW ^ 6 8 0 0 Stock #291641 1986 Astro CL Vandouble air, full power, one owner, beautiful van Was 312,900 NOW 1 , 6 0 0 stock #290902 1977 Jeep V/a, lift kit, roll bar, runs good Was »3900 NOW ^ 2 8 0 0 - * , x s v m Stock #291041 1985 Chev. 4x4 V4 Ton red, 4 speed, air, p.s., new bed liner Was »9500 NOW ^ 8 8 0 0 stock #780800 1986 K-5 Blazer black, fully loaded, low mllai, new tires, must s«e Was »14,900 NOW » 1 3 ,70 0 B U D G E T T R U C K S stock #780541 1 72 Ford Pickup 1 short bed, runs good, good work Iruck 1 Was *1500 I NOW ^900 rt ..........i l Stock #291073 1972 Chev. Van runs good, good wortt van Was »1200 NOW ^ 7 5 0 1 Stock>290111 1976 Suburban8 passenger, air, auto, p.s., great wortc truck Was »2995 NOW ^ 1 3 5 0 1988 Cavalier Coupe1 aluminum wlieels, automatic, p.s., AM/FM cass., low miles, white Was >8500 1 N.«»7400 stock #790110 1 1985 Delta 88 Royal LS Broughamevery option, smoke gray, beautiful car. low miles Was »8900 Stock #790060 1986 Qrand AM LEV6/full powsr, burgundy i gray, gray trim, coupe, very good condition Was *8500 NOW ^7800 Stock #290011 1 9 8 5 B uick E lectra Wagon Was one owner, like new, 8 8 40 0 every option, perfect family car NOW^TSOO stock »780750 1988 Camaro i': red, V6, BOOO actual miles, like new Was S9500 NOW ^8700 These Are Just A Few Of Our Cars & Trucks Many More To Choose From SALE PRICES ABSOLUTELY END MARCH 20th!! B e ll & H o w a rd C h e v ro le t Дпс. OtaltrNo.zSii l i u . i . i M . in ,VI '.¿I S i . M . s v i l l , rs ( 2 8 Ь 7 7 P h o n .- 7 0 4 ,8 7 3 - 9 0 9 4 Foi M o ch b v ille 's C onvenience 6 3 4 - 1 8 7 5 .4B-DAV1E COUNTY ENTERPRISK RECORD, THURSDAY. March 16. 1989 T h e U n d e r w e a r W a r s L cad in }' the ch cers duriii}> the H anes pep rally F rid a y w ere ‘T h e U iu lies’ ch eerleaders (from left): L in d a, C ouch D ebbie, P atren ia and B oobie. E ven w hen it looked like H anes w as (;oing in fo r an uncontcstcd la y u p ... T h ere w as an abu n dan ce o f sp irit fro m H anes em ployees d u rin g the p lan t’s pep ra lly F rid a y . — Photos by D w ight S p a rk s Y o ur Scores 6 3 4 - 2 1 2 0 ;; ...A Jockey player came out of nowhere to block the shot. ,>• — Photos by Robin Fergusson Troy’s Auto Sales 1123 Shelton Avenue Statesville, N.C. 28677 Gallagher 878-6262 Or 872-8769 r< continued from P. IB !' at Jockey. There w ere also a f; few carryovers from the last gam e.” Goddard realized that Hanes w as just joshing but as any win- '■ ning coach, he w as diplomatic in victory, i" “ This game was for em ployee . V m orale. The only unfortunate thing w as that w e couldn't have ¡■ split the two gam es.” i- Forget Barry Switzer. God- dard has been watching Dean ,• Smith too long. ' Women’s Game A There was an added treat dur- ing the second heavyweight bout — a women’s gam e, one that D ick Bulkus would have had a ;■ tough time coming out o f ); without an injury, i; ‘ ‘The wom en’s game was ag- gressive,” Barkley said. I; Try professional wrestling, / Boom Boom . At one point, a ;• Jockey player stood near > halfcourt insulting a Hanes ; player. “ I was going to let '• them dook it om ,” said one referee. ' A Jockey player stopped one ■, elbow with her face. The result? A < broken nose. j; A li and Frazier may have had their ThriUa in M anilla, but i 'thi» WU (he “ Calam ity o f )• Cooktaee.'' When it was over, JoclwyhMl even won that one U|0. 36-34. ' “ll w am 't a good night as far «tadM lM U,wasit?"Boom 'When Goddard a ’t eveh ture wom en’s team .” Ouch. Happy Conclusion Despite Ihe fact the bleachers couldn'l have held another fan, there wasn’t any brawling. Hanes and iockey left lhat to the English soccer fans. N o, these fans all left happy because they knew where the money raised was going. About $800 — half to each company — went to help three causes. The Jockey money weni to em ployee Dennis Redman, who is battling cancer. He was right there on the front row, enjoying him self throughout. Hanes split its share. H alf o f its half went to the M edwin Fam ily, who has one child suf­ fering from luekemia and another from cystic fibrosis. The olher h alf went to Ruth Hellard. The only place Hanes failed was on Ihe court. Barkley said he would now try for a softball game or two ihis summer. Bul as far as baskelball, M arch Madness bypassed Hanes Knilware. When the games were over Saturday nighl, so w as Hanes’ baskelball season. “ W e were nol invited to ihe N C A A or the N IT ," moaned Barkley. Don’t sweat il, Boom Boom . Neither w as Bob Staak. Rumor has it that both Slaak and Barkley will hit the recruiting trail immediately. Just wait'til next yMf, Jockey,^. » ■ Befund Checks Accepted HersH! W a t k in s O ld s • C a d illa c T h e W e C a r e C a r P e o p le For Your Convenience FR1DAY...7:30 a.m. ■ 5:30 p.m. Take advantage of these great service specials for any GM car or light truck ^ J ' iw ! Alignment i Inspection J95 inspection of linings inspection of lie system , , . . -..oMu., .... rotation free ; .Interior Clean j | upon request. " “ " I S n j f f l i S ER V IC E A V A ILA B LE A LlT D A Y ‘ Pro Wrestling M o c k s v iH * - B r o c k a y m S a t . , M a r ^ h 1 8 A t 8 : 3 0 p . m .(Doora O pen At 6:30 p.m .)Advance ticket» on Mle at E &, E Barbaqua All tickets «S«» The Russian Assassins vs Young Stallions tSIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS Ladies U.S. Title Match Susan Green vs Lisa Darnell Worid Brass Knucks Title IWatch The Terminator vs Rick Unk Tag Team Actionll The New Breed vs Chief Jay Eagle & Super Rocker Mr. Wrestling #2 vs Brent Allen PLUS OTHERS!!! w 4 0-2.4 cu. in. 40cc A near perlect twlance betv.een pov.t*i and. ViCighl Top rated accelefjtion Supetb low end toique Low vibution With lewet iwttsihan many m itsclais- so icrvicmK \i i snap P rice s Start At $239*' The chain saw professionals.'. Watkins Olds • Cadillac Folgar Oriva, Statasvllla 078-8693 Mocksville Automotive 884 S. Main St., Mocksville, N.C. (At the ovcrlwid bridge)7 0 4 - 6 3 4 - 2 9 4 4 ' . • V i l i D A V IE CO U N TV E N T E R P R ISE R EC O R D , T H U R SD A V , M arth 1 6 ,'l9 i8 9 -ea S m i t h G r o v e , M o c k s v i l l e S p l i t B o y s A l l - S t a r G a m e s I'h e Mocksvillc/Davic Parks arid Rccrcation Departmeni defeated the Davie American 5-6 grade boys and girls all-star teams in exhibi­ tion games last week. IThc boys won a 3 1-2 7 decision behind Robert Thompson’s 13 points. Deryl W ilson added eight points and Scott Vanhoy seven. Ben Forrest had two and Josh Ward one. ' Chad Lanier led Davie American with 12 points while Eric Shook scored six. Scotty Spry, Mall H arvey, Jason Boger and Brock Patrick ail had two and Malt Sain one. In the g ir ls ’ gam e, M ocksville/Davie crushed Davie American 22-3. Amanda Sw isher scored six for M ocksville while Amanda Sigmon and Tina Rivers had four each. Jonette W illiard, Beth Wall and Stephanie Jam es all had Iwo apiecc. ■ Christina Cassidy was the only Davie American girl to score, pro­ ducing all three Davie American •points. • M ocksville/Davie plays in Ihe R e c r e a t i o n N o t e s soulhern end of the county while Davic American is played at Smith Grove. Revenge The Davie American boys gain­ ed a bil o f revenge M onday nighi when Ihe 5-6 grade all-.slars defeated M ocksville/Davie, 40-36 at North Davie. I-ighl diflercnl players scored for Larry Lanier’s club, led by Chad Lanier wilh 12, Matt Harvey with .seven and M ark Ma.son with six. Eric Shook scored five for the win­ ners, Brock Patrick four, Anlhony Allen Ihree, Scotty Spry Iwo and Ja.son Boger one. M ocksville/Davie had a two- man attack wilh Deryl Wilson scor­ ing 19 and Robert Thompson seven. Scott Vanhoy had four. Josh Ward three, Scoll Rumple Iwo and Ben Forrest one. The two teams were deadly from the foul line. Davic American hit 18-of-29 while M ocksville was 12-of-19. The girls oulcome reamained the same as M ocksville crushed Davie Am erican for the scconbd straight time, 3 3 - 11. Beth W all and Amanda Sigmon combined for 15 poinls. Tina Rivers scorcd five, followed by Sabrina O’Neal with four. Leslie Scott with three, Amanda Swisher with two and Jonette W illiard wilh one. Shannon Allen .scored five for Davie American. Christina Cassidy had four and Jenny Slew arl Iwo. J r . High I..<)scs M ocksville/D avie saw its firsl entry in Ihc slale playoffs fall as the junior high boys all-star Icam losi 60-46 to Asheville in the fir.st round, held at North Asheboro Junior High School. M o c k sv ille led for Ihree quarters, leiiding Asheville 4 1-35 going inlo Ihe final quarter. But Asheville ripped the Davie Coun­ ty team 2 1 -5 over the final eighi minules 10 win. Danny Frank led Davie Counly ij'The Celtics won the regular season title in tiie Davie American Division II League with a 9-1 rccord. CjTeam members are (Front row, from left): Adam Sain (mascot), Greg Lanier (waterboy), George :: SuIecki, Matt Sain, John Yandell, Michael Hunter and Denny Nichols. (Second row): Coach Larry ::Lanier, Chad Lanier, Kevin Caudle, Tony Nichols and Coach David Sain. • Willard coached the junior high all-star boys in stale competition but the team bowed out i the first round last week. ^ ^ .— Photo by Ronnie Gallagher 1^7 I 1 4^'- with 13 poinls and Chad Correll chipped in wilh 12. Toby Kennedy scored .seven. Brad W illiam s six, M ichael Redmond five P la y o ff Schedule The D avic Am erican 5-6 grade all-.star boys w ill open their playoffs wilh a 7:30 p.m . gam e in M ooresville Friday night. The team, coached by Larry Lanier, will play Charlollc. The M ocksville/Davie 5-6 all- slar boys is set to play iti M ooresville at 6:30 p.m . The 5-;^ girls are slated to go against Southern Pines at 11 a.m . Saiti^-’ day in M ooresville. ^ J 1335 WEST INNES ST.. P.O. BOX 36Vaarden o lio p sausbury. n.c. гвкв^юзб O pen Sunday 1-5 Beautiful Hardy Flowering & Shade Trees! SPECIALS I^Fruit Trees $995 '^S em i Dwf. & C herries s t d . $ 7 9 5 A ll T r e e s 5 ’- 6 ’ T all Except Cherries P eaches - A pples - Pears 5,000 Sq. Ft. P lum s - N ectarines - A ppricots Exclusive lorm'Jia lor lasl, deep greening that lasts up to 2 months • Sale, consistent loodir>g in every granule • No neod to water in • Backdd Scotts No- Ouit>ble Guarantee Choose From: W eeping C herries Pink-Red-W hite D ogw oods Golden Chain T rees Kw azan & Yoshino Cherry Bradford P ears Tulip T rees • O aks M aples • W illows Much M ore O NLY D am sons - C herries - A lm onds 4 Ct.Ft. Baled Peat Moss Hortlcullured Blend $ 7 9 5 Beautiful Fern Baskets * 5 9 9 E a. SAVE! Your Piedmont’s Most Complete Garden Shop / ^ A n d y o u c a n s a v e ^ 5 0 * t o 1 0 0 * > OFF THE WEIGHT-LOSS PORTION OF OUR PROGRAM , Ciada Smith directs one of her pUyen during the recent 3-4 grade championshl|M fT ** ________________-W w t o b y R o n iile G B lt o g h « ^ At Physicians WEIGHT LOSS Centers w e 'r e c e l e b r a t i n g o u r a Louise Conant w ent from 171 to 125 pounds in IS weeks The weight-loss success story fbr nearly a million people. Phy^ian*! contulution and evaluation, and Nutritional Supplements at regular prices. Not valid with any other offer. r # Ш Physicians WEIGHT LOSS Centers* WNh yoM tvtry «vtry pound of the The Hiyiklwkewiiible In each Center »minimum of one evenJr>g ptrweek. • t m CoMntM n y ik lm WOOKT LOSS Ctnttn of Amtrica, inc. Akron, Ohio 44313 We're celebrating 10 years of helping nearly a million people lose weight. Join us and save 50% to 100% in our 10th Anniversary Take-Off Game. Pick up your FREE Physicians WEIGHT LOSS Centers game card at the Center nearest you.- Scratch off the secret area to find out how much you save-50%, 60%, 70%, 80%, 90% or even 100%. And be sure to call before you come in for your gam e card, and we'll arrange a free weight-loss consultation during your visit. Game ends March 31,1989 ■ GUARANTEED! A verage w eig h t-lo ss 3 p o u n d s p er week.* ■ See iinm ediate results right from th e start ■ Safe, effective and no injections. ■ You'll learn eatin g habits to stay slim . •Rules of Guarantee are available at every Physicians WEIGHT LOSS Center. Weight loss varies by individual For your free weight-loss consultation, call the Center nearest you. Open Monday-Friday, 9 am-7:30 pm 766-4768 6353 Cephis Drive (behind Dockside Seafood) Clemmons, NC 724-5599 Professional Building 2240 Cloverdale, Suite 191 Winston-Salem, NC 6B—DAVIE COUNTY KNTKIU’RISIC RIÍCOKI), THURSDAY, March 16, 1989 ;C h risty C o o k rcach cs high to hit the volleyball w hile being surrou n d ed by South D avie tvaniniates ;K im M cC lellan d and K atin a W agn er. • ; — Photo by Ronnie G allaglier N o r t h , S o u t h S u f f e r F i r s t L o s s e s — T o E a c h O t h e r N orth und South D avic ; •volleyball coaches agreed before i'Ih e season their teams were even ■:;in talent. V' After facing each other for the | (•first tim e, they still feel that w ay. North and South split two mat-, jiches last week, leaving both with '■^-1 records. North won the first match 15-12; fri5-8 while South bounced back for j 'a hard-fought 15-6, 7 -15 , 15 -11 ¡•victory. Ji " Ii things stay the sam e and {J neither team loses again, w e’ll S meet each other in the final match f;o f the season for the champion- i's h ip ,” mused Sputh’s Donna I” Ireland; “ That would be a good p w ay to end the season.” g Balanced Noi-th «' In the first match. North used a balanced serving attack to win in two games'! Dana Potts, Am anda Key atid 5 M ichelle M cHan all served four points while K ey, Sonya Allen and i; Casey Jenkins played good floor ^ games. i In ths second game, Jenkins and ^ Allen each served four points and p Gina M cClam rock three. Ireland was perturbed her team ?! couldn’t hold serve. “ W e led 6-1 but kept m issing,” ji she said. "W e came oul really up \ I* for the match and took an early i lead. North came on strong and we started making m istakes.” The second game saw Nonh get even stronger, despite some good play from Jam i Coleman. “ W e almost gave up in the se­ cond game,” said Ireland. “ 1 think we may have been a little In­ tim idated.” Ireland said she sat her troops down after the loss and told them to relax. “ I said, ‘W e've already lost so diere’s no chance for an undefeated season.' I didn’t feel like there was any pressure on them after that.” South played like il, racing to a 15-6 w in in the first game. Col- ' eman served nine points, including points 10 through 15. Katina W agner had a couple o f serving aces and several good spikes. North came back in the second gam e to w in 15 -7 behind M cClamrock’s nine serving points. But according to North coach Roverda Jarvis, M cClam rock had Mtnelhing to strive for. She played ft>t Irelrad and South during an undefeated year in 1988 before moving (o ite N onh district. Now, - U Ityiog. to help lead the title. J - A lan P fau (left) and D an ny F ra n k w ill be tw o o f the leaders fo r D avie’ s tennis team this season. P i t t s R e t u r n s T o F in d M o r e I n e x p e r i e n c e O n T h e C o u r t s Marion Pitts says his Davic County tennis tcani will be young aiul incxpericncctl Ihis season. He said the same thing last year. Pills is correct on both counis. Last year, he had Danny Frank and Owen Calvert in the lineup as I'reshm en. T h is year a.s sophomores. Ihey slill have a lot to learn. "E veryb ody is slill older and riHire c.Kperiencoil lhan u.s," .said Pills, "iranyiliing, ouraltilude will help u s ." Pius thought last year’s 6-9 season would be his la.st. He gave up the coaching duties lo spend more lime watching his son. Brian, play baseball, as well as umpiring more, Bul when Steve Hurley decidcd to pass on coaching the icam. Plus was back in fam iliar territory. T op ¡'layers Frank and Calvert are slill the lop players, along with another sophomore. Patrick Buckner, but Pius has no idea who will be number one, “ We might jusi draw straw s," Please Sec T ennis — P . 9B South D avie’.s Ja m i C olem an bum ps the b all o ver th e net w hile team m ate K im M cC lellan d looks on. C olem an led Sou th to a split w ith N orth D avie. 5; In. I “ Gina lore us up,” said Ireland, “ She got points six through 13 for ihem ,” The Iasi game o f the second match was close all the w ay wilh Soulh eeking oul a 15 -11 win. Colem an’s serving was the dif­ ference in the final game. “ She scorcd four points but. two were aces and they cam e at critical lim es,” said Ireland. “ The girls really wanted to w in.” Jarvis wenl against her usual strategy in the second match. She usually substitutes an entire new lineup after the first match but didn't against Soulh and lost. “ I guess I wanted it too bad,” she said. “ 1 hurt m yself by not put­ ting the subs in. “ W e had efery^ h an ce to win — Photo by R onnie G allagher that last gam e,” said Jarvis. “ But South is good.” Notes: • In the third gam e o f the final match, Key served nine o f North’s 11 points. • Jarvis felt'the key to the final game cam e at the 11-8 mark. “ W e missed three straight serves by peo­ ple who usually never m iss,” she said. • Ireland praised the play o f Christy Cook at the net. “ H er set­ ting was real good,” she said. • The loss was South’s first in two years. • The last time North won a volleyball championship was 1984, • If the North Piedmont Con­ ference championship comes down to die final match, il will be played M arch 2 1 ai South, beginning at 4 p■"‘ ^ ' ii:. ■ ■ E e n F r a n k l i n B e t t e r q u a l i f y f o r l e s s ! E A S T E R P A R A D E O F V A L U E S Mocksville, N.C. Open Daily 9 to 9 Sunday 1 to 6 Farley Jelly Bird Eggs. 16-oz. bag ol colorful and Havorlul jelly beans. So good you can't just slop al one, so slock up! B5 E aster B askets Oval or rectangular plástic basket In a variety of sizes 8 9 ^ T o $ l ® ® BattlriM. Ouracell C, D or 9 VoU Great price for a necessity, 4s 1 .7 7 2tor*3 P an Egg Oya. 72-pc, kit Includes 6 cotor tablets, egg dippers, holders, tray and more. tO' 9 9 Toy Eggs Fill with candy or tiny toys Pkg. Of 12 Ladlei’ Scarvat. Give an old blouse a new looki 100% polyester, Imported Irom Italy. Several prinlsl 1.99 E ntire sto c k Poly.Silk Flower Stem s H uge assortm ent to choose from 25% on Reg. Price Flowering B ushes Not Included 2 Liter PEPSI OR MOUNTAIN D E W D iet 99« 89 Í Poly-FII. 12-oz. bag of top quality polyester nberflll lo aid in creating many crall projects, S4 1 . 1 9 Inflatable B unny • 3 1’'-in. squeaking bunny com es in 4 colors. D ellales for easy storage! D ecorated Egg • Peanut butter milk chocolate covered. 4 Oz. size Garden Seeds. Get a great stan on your garden with packaged »lower and vegetable seeds. 4o O NLY 79* 60%Off Reg. Price Boys Track Still Low In Numbers W hen R ex A llen w as a sophomore in lilgli school. Davic Counly won Ihc W N CH SAA boys track championship. When he was a .senior in 1979. D avie’s boys beat tradilion-rich Salisbury for Ihe seclional title. Ten years later, Allen is Ihe hoys coach al Davic, bul a few ihings have changed. Like winning. N ow . Allen is lucky lo have a decent number even come oiil for Ihe Icam. " I don’l know why Ihe inleresl has gone dow n,” Allen said. “ It should slill he strong. This year, •there were several boys who were ineligible that could’ve really helped m e.” So when Davic travels lo Norlh ' Rowan Thursday for its opening meet o f the year, it will have low numbers and whatever the W ar Eagles can pull put will be good cnough for now. ■ There are few returnees for •Allen, but he will count on senior , David Stevenson and juniors Brad ■ Foster and Paul Ijames. Stevenson will perform in the DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE №CORD, THURSDAY, Marth 16, 1989-7p T i g e r s , W i l d c a t s B e a t L e a g u e F o e s R ex A llen discusscs .strategy w ith top track return ees (from left): B ra d Fo.stcr, D avid St and P aul Ijam cs. high jum p, Foster the pole vault and Ijames Ihe long jump and high jump. “ Stevenson ought lo do w ell,” ■said Allen. Reggie Sales placed in Ihe hurdles events last year as well. M ichael Fleischer will also be a hurdler. Ken M cDaniel, Lamonte Chunn and Lesler Jones will all .VTCllSl/11 high jum p or pole vault. Monia Lawrence will anchor the 400 and 800-meter runs, along with Eric Wiekstrom, Matt Moore, Alan Groce and Sean Garnett. M oore could be a secret. He has performed in national track meets, bul as a walker. In junior high, how ever, he was a consistent high finisher in the lone distances. — Photo by Ronnie G allagh er W orking in the field events arc Kevin Albrecht, Shane Howard and Kendall Chaffin. This is the 6-3, 200-pound Chaffin’s first at­ tempt at track. “ I don’t know how w e’ll d o ,” Allen .said. “ I don’t know whal everybody else has. “ But the ones w c have oul are all real hard w orkers.” South and North Davie aren’t us­ ed 10 losing volleyball matches, as every team in the North Piedmont Conference knows. T h e T ig e rs have beaten South eastern Stok es tw ice. Chestnut G rove oncc and Erwin once. North has taken care o f the same teams. N orth’s Scores North defeated Chestnut G rove 15-2, 15-2 to open the .season. Amanda Key served nine points and M cHan four in the opening game while Key and Allen took care o f the Trojans in the sccond. Erwin fell 15-9, 16-14 . Key had eight servin g points in that doubleheadcr. “ I feel like if any team can beat us (the D avie County teams) it’s E rw in ,” said North coach Rover­ da Jarvis. “ They aren’t bad at all.” Southeastern Stokes posed no problems as it lost 15-4, 15 -12 and 15-9, 15-4. M ichelle M cHan and Am y Boyce led the w ay in Ihat win. South’s V ictories Ireland feels sorry for tlie Southeastern leam, considering'ft has its third coach in three yearj. Not Sony enough, however. T ^ Tigers overpowered Southeastern 15-0, 15 -1 and 15 - 1, 15 -10 . ,P . Sandra Galliher led the team m the first w in, teaming with Katina W agner for some important point?. In the second match, Ireland let her seventh and eighth graders see action. Tracie Sechrest served six points, including two aces, while Tanjanika Gaither also played welj. “ It looked like Southeastern was playing P .E . volleyball,” said Ireland. ,• Chestnut G rove fell by the wayside 15-8, 15-4. Wendy Carter and Belinda Brewer played well for the defending champions. '.i In a closer 15 -13 , 15 -12 victory over Erw in, Ireland agreed wfih Jarvis that the Salisbury scHm I could make w aves in the leagti’e. But Soulh was a bit too tough. Brew er served nine of 15 points in one o f the gam es. “ Everybody played w ell,” said Ireland. LOTWIDE. 1 9 8 0 C H B V R O L B T 'C IL B B R IT Y65/45 Bpllt b«nch —I 4-door. 2.BL V-8 «nolne. •utomtllc, wlr* coveri, AM/FM atiroo w/c«ts«tta. AC. H.D. baRary. front A r«ar floor mat*, «ux. Hotitine. •It moldlnB pkg., POL tilt. crulM. InJarmlttar»! wlpar».e*rp«t»d noor mata. LIST PRICE VI DISCOUNT MrC. niATE 1989 CHBVROLn CORSICAI, Qutomatlc, AM I. aux. IlgMlng.4-door Mdan, AC. 2.0L anB»na. outomaUc, AM/FM atarao w/caaMtta, H.D. battaf. ca/pat. Noor mats. Urtiad 8'Ma. a laas CHBVROLBT cavaliir4 door. 2.0L «ngln«. auto.. AM/FM atarao witti caaaana. AC. PS. crulaa. Untad gUaa. Inlarmtttant wipara. aporl mirrora. aux. ilghtlng. body tida molding, carpatad floor U S T PRICE VI D ISCOUN T M F C , RIIATE Sf0,50l- 512 - 300 OR ONLY • 9 6 1 9 ’' • 4.9% to B.9% APR tlnanclng available In tteu ol rebate, see dealer Ior details.'* Payments based on 12.9% APR financing for 60 months with $500 down cash or trade, tag and tax ^otJn£lij{led. With approved credit. 3TK. #1B8 1 0 8 0 C H B V R O L B T B B R B T T A2 doar. 2.GL «ngio«. i apooJ. AM/f M «(ar«o H.D. tmttory, c«rp«t tloetmata. aux. Ilghtir>g. UST PRICE S1l,4UVI DISCOUNT - 1000 0««fG. RHATE - MM ONIY BALI «9863** N/" '■ ' ■leas cH BVROLW T c a v a l ik r2 doot, Mr condJlJon. 2.0 llltr angmm. s gp»9d. AM/FM §Mmo, powmi UST KICE Stèli VI DISCOUNT - U l OR WG. MIATE - M ONIT aALi *8700** arao, powvr ataarlr>9 ‘187'S TODAY’S CHEVY TRUCK ■XTRA «nCIAL e/K laoo-aaoo amiia rnucKa Buy • ntw truck & 0«t a FREE TRANSMISSION. S«e D«altr for Details. 1988 CHIVROkIT 8ILVIRAD0 LWD R/Uloor mao. front «laMllMr bar. Müng rmr attl. axJa. 4 apaad automaUe t/an».^ • aal.. ^/FM narao wi№ giwhte aquaiuar and noorrmíation wtm ovardriva. tttt I ■ ...til chrofM MM bu(nc«f. front bumpaf guards, powir windowi, po<Mr door IogU, H.P. triiun« «kg.. Í7 lU r •nglr». Jummum « M ilf. M gal. lual lank. Inwminant Mpara. c rjlü amtnl. H.D. 6al»ry. tir ccníM ng. lisT n ía VI DISCOUNT SU.NI -J,l»l aALi M 3,140 ONLY ONE AT THIS PRICE laaa chivrolit s-io il twa p/u2.Sl^anj^lna^S ipaad mariuil tranamitaion. J laaa CNavROLar a-io m blazbr T tliM Trim, daa» № l glaaa. M or mau. alr conditioning, conula. crulM. AM/FM " - " O w/caiaana. Iugga«a ca/rlar, tilt wtiaal. Intarmlttant wlpara. locking din. raar 4.3L anaína. 4 apaíd auto 0/D tran.mla.lon, Irallar hiten. M.D. radiator and ^ ^ j. M eooMr, lull aSa apara tira. US! m a SIMM VI MStOUNI -I.47S OR ■M . in « n -S N owr lata CHBVROLBT a.io awa p/u SALB *18,218** liar mtcn. n.D. rsoistor sn « • Tshoa Dkg.. tim alasi, slidlno raar window. axL mirrora.powsrstaarlno.AM/FMdt- -............. " ‘ -conditioning. 4.31 i/FM «tarao w/caaaatta, ehroma raar bumpar. air .31 angina, 4 ipaad aulomatle ti n srn iC f $17,145 VI DISCOUNT -I7S 01 aro. RIliTI -73«. OMY aALi *10)420 *221^ * 4.9 APR le 0.0 APR financing i basad on 11.0H APB financing for M monma. In liMj of rsbata. 8aa daalar for d_____ ' And 1600 cash erusda. Tax and tao ìvmààLmèmfCAMÌ otum m ai I VUii -L jy -S iliL yC H E V R O L E T Jeep. Eagle E x p e c t t h e B e s t. S tk. J320 1 9 8 9 J M P O RA N D W A Q O N B IR 4 x 44 door, powar aaata, H.D. ahocka. front 4 raar H.O. trail powar oackaoa automtle IIST PRICI 1stVI DISCOUNT - 4IN MFC. RIIATE - IMI BALB RRICB *23,729 ______________ ....It packsga. 4 apaad. sufomatic {rana. w/O.D., 3.0L EFI angina, powar aaata. dack lid, luggsga rack, full alca apara tira, aluminum ca» wtiaali UST maVI DISCOUNT MTS. niATI SII705 - I fé l-SOI SALB PRICB *18,243 Btk. JM f 1 9 8 9 J I I F C H IR O K H 4 x 4 L IM IT M 4 door. Bkid Plata group. H.O. trail powtr packaga. automatic, raar irac lock. 4.0L angina, aunroof, fullaiia apara. P225/70R1S Eagla ar (Jraa. a/umfnum wftaafa. powar windowa. powar door lock«, powar aaata. AM/FM atarao w/caaaatta. pramlum apaakara. lisr PRICE S2i,wVI DISCOUNT - 3 ia ICB *24,233 issa BAQLB SUMMIT OL 4 door, auto.. 3 aptad. 1.51 angina. AC, dack lid. iuggaga rack. AM/FM atarao. powar ataaring. IIST PRICE tll,4U VI DISCOUNT -HO MFO. REIATE - 500 SALE PRICE •10,288* *223” " r * 4.$% to 10.7% A M tlnsnclng avsliabla Ifireugh Chryalar Cradit In iiau ol rabata. •• Psymanu basad on 40 month flnsnclng st 12.0H APR with IM O caah or trada wHfi spprovad crsdit. tai and ta« nel IncTudad. 19 8 9 J I I P W R A N Q L IR 4 x 4 L A R ID OAuto., raar trac lock. 4.2L angina, raar window dafroster. AC. axtia cap fuat tank, crulaa. AM/FM caia., tut ataaring, P215/75R1&. DWL Wrangiar tirai, full aua apara.lisr mia Sì7,7à4VI DISCOUNT - 1211 8 A L B P R IC I * 1 8 , 4 8 3 _ V O N __________________ B Y I R L Y « ^ 404 JAKE ALEXANDER BLVD. 8ALI88URY. NC e36>9370 CO IICON O /KAM N APOLJS C H A IIL O TTK O r a .lM » > LtX IN Q TO W 24i-27»0 Eagle 8B-DAVIE rOUNTV ENTEKPRISF. RKCORI), TIIURSOAV. Marcii 16, 198!) ‘;C lin t Ju n k e r is one o f the m any return ees to the W ar E an les next season. Sm oot, N ail Lea d in g Sco rers Sh aw n Sm oot and A le x N ail w ere the leading scorers fo r the b o ys and g irls varsity team s at D avie C oun ty in the fin al statistics. Sm oot led all sco rers w ith a 14 -9 a verage, sco rin g 3 2 8 points on the season. Beth M ash b u m ( 13 .5 ) and Shannon Jord an ( 1 1.7 ) also w ere in double figures. No boy hit double figures but Nail, a sophomore, led with a 9.5 average. Denny Key was at 9.1 and Greene at 8.4. The leading girl rebounder was Mashbum at 8.0 while Samantha Simpson’s late surge took her to 7.0. Key and Greene both averaged five boards. Sm oot and Jord an com bined to average 10 assists per gam e.The girls, wbo finislied 14 -8 , oulscoreU their opponents on an average of 58-51 despite shooting only 39 pereent from the field. Defense won games, holding the opponents to only a 36 percent average. The boys were 2-17 and shot only 40 percent from the field and 56 percent from the foul line. The boys defense was bad, allowing the op­ ponents to shoot an average of 48 percent from the field. BASKETBALL STATISTICS (Final Statistics) BOYS Through 19 Games Scoring Player Gam^ Pts. Avg. Alex Nail 13 124 9.5 Denny Key 19 173 9.1 Jinuny Greene 19 160 8.4 Germain Mayfield 19 138 7.3 yRyan Parker 18 103 5.7 Todd Gulledge 18 80 4.4 Glint Junker 19, 42 2.2 Brian Spain 17 17 1.0 Rebounding Player ;Denny Key Jimmy Greene Germain Mayfield Alex Nail Brian Spain Ryan Parker Clint Junker Todd Gulledge Assists Player ,• Denny Key ;Alex Nail '.Todd Gulledge ^Germain Mayfield 5 Ryan Parker No.Avg. 103 5.4 101 5.3 84 4.4 40 3.1 49 2.9 37 2.1 39 2.1 22 1.2 No. Avg. 54 2.8 26 2.0 34 1.9 30 1.6 24 1.3 GIRLS Scoring Player Games Pts.Avg. Shawn Smoot 22 328 14.9 Beth Mashbum 22 297 13.5 Shannon Jordan 22 258 11.7 Samantha Simpson 22 122 5.5 Buffy Beck 22 71 3.2 Yolanda Howell 22 68 3.1 Debbie Evans 22 53 2.4 Ivey Clontz ’13 24 1.8 Gwen Hancock 10 16 1.6 Jill Osborne 14 20 1.4 Jennifer Eaton 10 7 0.7 ’ Rebounding Player No.Avg. Beth Mashbum 175 8.0 Samantha Simpson 15 44 7.0Shawn Smoot ,102 4.6 Debbie Evans 81 3.7 Yolanda Howell 81 3.7Buffy Beck 63 2.9 Shannon Jordan 63 2.9 Jill Osborne 28 2.0 Gwen Hancock 14 1.4 Jennifer Eaton 14 1.4 Assists Player No.Avg. Shawn Smoot 124 5.6 Shannon Jordan 100 4.5Debbie Evans 63 2.9Buffy Beck 38 1.7 Beth Mashbum 25 1.1 Samantha Simpson 1.0 I Keep Up With Davie Sports Eacii Weeli With A Subscription To the Davie County Enterprise-Record r ‘ ’ ,1'- ••Rd «h«ek for $18 To:E n t e r p r i s e - R e c o r d P . O . B o x 5 2 5 M o c k s v i l l e , N C 2 7 0 2 8 North Davie Video Located At: North Corner Of Yadkin Valley & 801 ★ M o v i e R e n t a l & S a l e s ★ V C R R e n t a l ★ N i n t e n d o P l a y e r s & G a m e s ★ B l a n k T a p e s ★ V C R C l e a n i n g & R e p a i r S e r v i c e Two-Fer Tuesdays ( R e n t 2 M o v i e s F o r T h e P r i c e O n e ) H o u r s : iV lo n d a y - T h u r s d a y 1 2 N o o n t o 9 : 0 0 p .m . F r i d a y 1 2 N o o n t o 1 0 : 0 0 p .m . S a t u r d a y 1 0 : 0 0 a . m . t o 1 0 : 0 0 p .m . S u n d a y 1 :0 0 p .m . to 9 :0 0 p .m . P h o n e : 9 9 8 -3 9 3 6 Reg. 29.97 MENS "Pulsar" \ Grey ttylon and suede / wilh navy swoosh. A I R D E L T A F O R C E 5 5 ^ °Reg. 71.97 MENS leather hi-top wilh AIR-SOLE cushioning, thici< padded, lelt-iined collar and tongue. White with royal. LADIES "Rellex" white nyion/suede LADIES "Slimfit II" white leather BOYS "Alpha Force" white/red/black leather BABY "Alpha Force". White/royal blue. S h o e S h o w Squire Boone P la z a * , Hours: Mon.-Sal. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.! Sun. 1 p.m . to 6 p.m . DAVIE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAV, March'^ 16, Ì989-DÌÌ Tennis N ew girls coach A n gie B ro w d er talks w ith track stars (from left): Je n n ife r Jack so n and R oslyn R h y n eh a rd t. ,— Photo by Konnie Ctallagher G ir ls L o o k in g F o r B ig Y e a r • While the boys track team is •deteriorating year by year, the girls ■teain is on the way up in the Cen- :tral Piedmont Conference. : And Allen can thank Alecia ^Johnson and Jennifer Jackson, 'among others, for the rebirth. .’ Bolh qualified for the sectional Urack meet last year and should be ^at the top o f the conference in Iheir ^events this season. “ T h ey’re our leaders, as far as ^scoring points for us,” .said coach iR ex Allen. “ W e’re looking for Igood things from both o f them .” r Johnson, an all-conference selec- .'lion, could qualify in four events .’ — the 100 and 200 meters, as well .‘as the high jum p and triple jum p. ;She qualified for the sectionals in .'the long jum p last year but -■scratched. ; The 5-10 Jackson, a junior, is (he .‘ C P C ’s top high jum per. Her best •■"Insl .sciison was 5-2 and Allen Ihinks she can betler lhal in 1989. "S h e ’s one o f i/ic bc.si high '^jum pers I’ ve been associated ^ w ith,” Allen said. “ She’s excep- V tional. Being tall helps and she’s (’. quick for her size.” O f course, those are just two o f ; the 28 who cam e out, a large i number for D avie’s team. Allen j: thinks it has a lot to do with word : o f mouth. “ The girls did well last year and : 1 think the enthusiasm carried : over,” he said. “ They probably : told ¿leir friends |and they came out : for the team .” There is much more talent on : this team than Johnson and : Jackson, however. Several other : W ar Eagles were named to the all- ; conference team. Tam m y Smith, Kim M oser and ‘ Roslyn Rhynehardt are all back [ from the conference’s top m ile relay leam. A ll three were all­ conference perform ers. Rhynehardt qualified for Ihc sec­ tionals in the mile and has come full-circle sincc her sophomore year. “ W e started her as a sprinter,” Allen said. “ Now, she’s a good long-distance runner. And she’s a three-year runner.” Allen said he also had high ex­ pectations for Sm ilh, who will run the 400 and 800-meter runs as w ell. She too.was a sprinter when she started at Davie. M oser will throw the shot put and discus. She was third in the conference in the shot last season and missed qualifying for the sec­ tionals by a foot. Allen is glad lo have Debbie Evans back. She would have thrown the shol and discus bul a knee injury cul back her lime. “ I cxpcct H'shc hiicjn’l gotten hurl, she could've done very w e ll.'' saiti A llen. Other field event people w ill be Karla Hagslrom, Robin M eadows, Tracy Elm ore and Kim W en­ nerberg. M eadows will also high jum p. Joining JoBrts'on as sprinters are E rica Triplette and Stephanie Ebert. M ara Sherden will be a hurdler. Smith will have a lot o f company in the middle distances. Buffy Beck, K ris Freshwater and Andrea Davis will all run the 400 and 800. Allen likes Beck. “ She didn’t run last year but all indications are that she can do w ell,” he said. Rhynehardt will anchor the long distances, along with sophoniores Am y Duncan, Andrea Elm ore, Anna Hallstrom , Lisa Frank and W ennerberg. “ W e should be strong in the high DIESEL ECONOMY AND DURABILITY! Fbrd LGT-14D Ask a larmer or construction contractor why he prefers diesel power. Chances are he'll answer: "Economy. Durabiiityr Now IFbrd's new 14D leiwn and garden tractor brings you the advantages of diesel power and quality- bulH constniction for big-area mowing, gardening and other chores. • a^yfinder 14-HP IkiukJ-cooled, high-torque diesel engine. • HydrostaHc drive. Ckxivenient heel and toe pedal controls toward and r«v»r8a-(»iih no shifting or clutching. • Options; 48-in. cut shaft-driven mower, 3-point hitch, PTO. Fonlll U3T-t40 Is built tough enough tor commercial use. And you can OMirt on ut tor aipert servk« and fast parts availability, since diesel tractors (" •'Igh quality and МШ Ш Ы п-\1ш иIlmtM mmnly.Davi* Tractor Д :____________ MoafcwW». N.C. 100, shot put, discus, long , 400 ... and on and on and jum p, jum p, on.” A ngie Browder is actually the coach o f the girls but has postpon­ ed being out there every day due to a successful varsity girls basket­ ball team. “ I haven’t been out there long, so I’m still learning about the g irls,” she said. “ But I like whal I see so far.” So, while she’s still learning about her giris, she’ll let Allen do most o f the talking. And he likes what he sees as well. “ The potential is better than last year,” Allen said. “ I’m looking forward to il.” continued from P . SB he .said. “ Danny beat Patrick, Patrick beat Owen and Owen beat Danny. I might jusl let them decide.” Pitts says Frank has lo overcome his frustration on the court. "Som etim es, he wouldn’t adjust to the other player and that’s inex­ perience,” Pitts .said. “ Bul he's hitting the bail real hard and he has a good serve.” ' ' Calvert probably gets to the ball betler than anyone else. “ His forehand and backhand strokes are pow erful,” .said Pitts. “ H e’s got good racket control and has a lot more conndcnce.” The lefthandcd Buckner didn't play too often last year but he is hitting the ball harder than anyone on the team. H e’s bigger and stronger and is a hard server. H e’ll present a problem lo righthanders.” Junior Alan Pfau will m ove up from six this year to four but he doesn’t hit the ball as hard as tiie three sophomores. “ He’s more a o f finesse player," Pitts .said. “ But he’s more ag­ gressive and conndent.” Tw o seniors. Sterling Anders and Rod W ilson, may break into the lineup. Currently, Anders is five and W ilson six. "Sterlin g has fairly good form but needs to get more aggressive. Rod played as a freshman but didn’t get too much o f an oppor­ tunity to play. H e’s back and could .switch with A n ders.” Ju n io r C h ris T uck and sophom ore Charles Crenshaw could also see playing time. "T u ck doesn’t have all the shots he’ll need but he will .see some playing tim e." said Pitts. "C re n ­ shaw is still rusty but you can tell by his form that he can play. He just hasn’t gotten the feel yet.” O f the reserves, Chris Bailey is the only senior. Juniors trying to crack the lineup are Matt Richard­ son, Jonathan Felts and Kenny Stroud. Phillip Carter and Art Cash are sop hom ores and D ale Prillaman is the only freshman on this year’s team. H opes T o Im prove Davie could improve on last year’s 3-9 Central Piedmont Con­ ference record but it will be tough. "M ount Tabor is absolute.fy: loaded,” Pitts said. “ They haveiar freshman who is 14th in the st^ie; and an exchange student w ho;is; real good. Reynolds is strong arid; North Davidson is on a run.; T hey’re im proving.” ; Pitts places Davie wilh Parkliir^’ and South Rowan as unknow ns;; “ Even if we win the first thre^ singles matches, it isn’t enough to’ win the m atch,” Pitts said. "F d : like to think w c could break into- the top few teams but I’d really b,ej happy if wc were .500 .” • W I N D O W S 100% VINYL — TILTS fN FOR EASY CLEANI^QiAvii: • DOUBLE QLASS• NiOHT LATCHES »SAFETY CAM LOCKS • SWIQQLE SEALING ,000 AND MORE WITH , UMARCO REPUCEMCNT WINDOWS 10 YR. GLASS WARRANTY RIQIO AND TOUQH INTERLOCKING SASHES MANY STYLES LIFETIME WARRAmV — INtTAUED NOW IS THE TIME TO BUYI •cXr p o r ts • PATIO COVERS• RAILING • AWNINGS • STORM DOORS A WINDOW»' FREE ESTIMATE 768-5430• WINSTON-MLCM •TOLL FREE мо-гм-вгоВ SHOWROOM: 2615 S. STHATFORD RDi M O C K S V IL L E S H O W R O O M С - а Д . Ч Q 5 6WILI OW С'АИ s SHOnniNC. ( I SALE T h e " L u c k O ’ T h e I r i s h ” Is yours with values guaranteed to save you lots of GREEN! Pressure — Low Prices — Make Buying Easy For You! MEANS 6REATER SAVINGS FOR YOU ON 89 CHEVROLETS AT DAVIE COUNTY’S CHEVY HEADQUARTERS BEU & HOWARD CHEVROLET 89 BERETTA Saver Pak 1400.00 Rebate 600.00 Bell & Howard Discount 500.00 Total Savings 2 5 0 0 .0 0 89 CORSICA-^ Saver Pak 1300.00 Rebate 600.00 Bell & Howard Discount 700.00 -8 9 S-10 BLAZER 4x4 Saver Pak 1800.00 Rebate 500.00 Bell & Howard Discount 1000.00 Total Savings 3 3 0 0 . Total Savings 2 6 0 0 .0 0 -89 S-10 4x4 _ ______AutomaticSaver Pak 1200.00> Rebate 750.00 Bell & Howard Discount 800.00 Savings 89 CELEBRITY V/l^г8 9 S-10- Saver Pak 800.00 Rebate 600.00 Bell & Howard Discount 800.00 89 CAVALIER—Ж М4 Door ..------- Saver Pak 11,904.00 & Discount 1204.00 Cash Down Or Trade In 500.00 60 Payments, ^ 9 1 1 8 2 Finance 10,200.00 8.9 APR А Л Л 2 Wheel Drive j Saver Pak 400.00 Rebate 750.00 Bell & Howard Total ^ Discount 800.00 Savings I s f O U . m 89 RS CAMAR Savor Pak 13,398 & Discount 2298.00 Cash Or Trade 500.00 Finance 10,600.00 «“ $ Г89 CHEVY FULL SIZE 4x41 12,800.00 Casti Or Trade 1500.00 11,300.00 i 4.9% $263^* 60 Paym ents, 13.9 APR |APR ExUnd«d To May 2nd 24 Months 36 Monihs 46 Monttis 60 Montiis 4.1%..... e,9%8.9% ALL PAYMENTS INCLUDE REBATE HUQE SAVINS PLUS TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR TRADE IN A DEALER YOU CAN TRUST WITH OVER 30 YEARS SERVICE TO IREDELL COUNTY Financlnfl 8ub|«ct To OMAC Approval ________ Tag « т а к ■ Ш Ш ] NotlndudMi Ш 2 Я & Hiiwarcl Chcvf4>lt't, Im Call C34<lt7B Open 8:00 ]o 6:00 Later By Appointment (OB-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. THURSDAV, March 16. 1989 B a s e b a l l n l - continued from P. IB two years but now, the senior h:is a breaking ball to throw opposing batters off-stride. ’ “ Som e players can lim e his ' fastball,” said Hunt. “ H e’ll be m ore effective wilh a breaking .b a ll.” Key was the top winner lasl year , with a 7-3 record and also hit .345. , leading the team in doubles with five. McDanicl threw in the offseason and came to practice in good shape, according to Hunt. “ He has to hit spots to be effective.” .said Hunt, who added thal now. he is probably the team’s number one starler. , “ H e's also knocking the cover o ff the ball so far,” Hunt .said. McDaniel hit .298 last year. Boles was the leading pitcher on the jayvee squad two years ago (“ w hich put him ahead o f M cDaniel,” Hunt .said) but was in­ eligible lasl year. Hunt said Boles has a good breaking ball and bet­ ter than average velocity. Allen Newsome, a righthanded : senior, will be the fourth starter. . “ H e’s working on a sinking fastball,” Hunt said. Catching the pitching staff is junior Matt M arion, who broke in- to the lineup last year as a designated hitter, M arion’s smooth . swing produced a team-high five . home runs and 22 RBIs, He had 20 , hits and a .357 average, . But he saw little time behind the plate due to the presence o f J.C . Hendrix, but Hunt said he should , have no problem catching on a fiill- „ time basis. . Д , “ H e’s fundamemally sound,” 'said Hunt, “ and his stick is as good , ^ anybody’s. H e’ll probably bat ^ cleanup.” . Senior Bobby Bowers is a jack 'o f all trades and w ill catch, play ,.;’gutfield and DH . “ H e's an out- fielder by trade, a catcher by ' chance,” said Hunt. “ W e’ll find a place to play him ,” , InH eld Starters ii; The '■ infield returns several i;8taiters. Matt W ebb is slated for se- ‘; .cohd and W es Mecham for third . while W in W elch saw time at first <>‘.base. «•.-> Webb got o ff to a toirid start last i:. season and finished with a .340 •i-.average. He had a good eye, :v;leading the team with 19 walks. He li .w ill be backed tip by juniors Steve ¡'.'Parker and Brian Basham. ^ “ W e need a quality year from ;s.M att,” Hunt said, jy. • ■- Senior first baseman W elch bat- ■ ted only 14 times last year but still U.managed a .357 average. He’ll be '.fu ck e d up by Key and Newsom e. a l>ig strong kid and when ; he Mts it, it stays hit, ” Hunt said. Racing >6arbecue April 6-9 •.¡-.Charlotte M otor Speedway an- ';.nounced that Bull’s-Eye Barbecue I, Sauce w ill be the official sponsor , o f the 13th annual Charlotte ,. AutoFair, A pril 6 through 9. • ). , The Charlotte AutoFair drew :ro yer 150,000 spectators last year, I making it the third-largest antique ; and classic car show o f its kind .•■held annually in the United States. “ Bull’s-Eye Barbecue Sauce is ;;'ap innovative leader in the food in- , dustry and the Charlotte AutoFair .." is the largest car show in the ' Southeast,” Charlotte M otor ./.Speedway president and general •Г manager H .A. “ Humpy” Wheeler ■ ■ said. “ It is only natural they comc together. This will help make this year’s AutoFair the biggest ever,” '■¡ir, B ull’s-Eye Barbecue Sauce of- ficials were also elated witli the an- frioouncement o f the one-year deal, ii ;- .“ Since we have our own Bull’s- i -lE ye Barbecue Sauce Winston Cup >¡1 .m ce team with driver Lake Speed, • w e feel il only logical to align lo u rselves w ith C h arlotte ; i , A utoFair,” group brand manager ^'i, Paul Golden said. “ AutoFair is a "''.'huge:spring .happening that we .^ijw an i to be a pirt o f.” ii‘; in|ie AutoFair u a car collector’s CiMHDCar cttthuuaitt lobk- (^ comb through the lOO-acrein-. t якиге than 3,000 ven-i their w arei. Mcchani is having rotator cuff problems and is coming o ff a .13 2 season at the plate. Hunt said. "L ast year, we tried lo play him at third and make a pit­ cher out o f him. \Ve had hi.s head going in too many directions. This year, he’ll stay at third." Shortstop is a question mark. Hunt is trying junior Freddy Fi.sher. a converted oulfieklcr. there. “ He has the tools but if he doesn’t work out, w e’ll slide Webb over.” Hunt .said. Fow ler Tulented The .senior outfield will have all new faces but Hunt said they arc all talented. Fow ler is the best-know n. Despite not playing for Hunt last year, he creamed Legion pitching, leading M ocksville in almost every offensive category. But the bad weather has hurt his start. “ H e’s a natural ball player. But for his bat to be effective, Anslo needs warm weather and good pit­ ching and so far he’s had neither,” said Hum. Benny Howard was an all-star during summer ball and the lef­ thander’s .19 0 average should im­ prove. “ 1 think Benny can hit .30 0 ,” Hunt said. . The right field job is up in the air. F avo rite’s R ole D avie began the season al home W ednesday against East Rowan and the W ar Eagles’ next home game at Rich Park is slated for Tuesday against Statesville. Despite having all-conference players K ey. Webb and Marion back, Hunt, as most coachc doesn’t like Ihe favorite role. ' “ W e could have a lot o f talent but 1 just don’t know yet. Kan­ napolis will be tough and so will R eyn o ld s. But e v e ry y e a r, somebody sneaks up on the rest o f the pack.” The last two seasons, D avie has played thal role. This season, the W ar Eagles will sneak up on no one. 45< off label 64 oz. bottle Hegular or Sun Fabric Softener Downy $199 Ш Ш т Ш Е jLVjj, DONATE YOUR CHANGE TO FIGHT HUNGER. Copyright t9B9 Wir\n-Di>>a Chatialto. INC.Am erica’s Superm arket Right» Prices good Wed. March 15 thru Tues. March 21, 1989. Nutritious 46 oz. can Thrifty Maid Unsweetened Pink, Sweetened or Unsweetened rapefruH Juice 78« F R E E M IL K When you buy OREO" Chocolate Sandwich Cookies and HONEY MAID' Graham Crackers MILK M AIUN OFFER SEE NABISCO DISPLAY РОЯ DETAILS Nabisco Regular or Cinnamon Honey Grahams ^1*’ Nobtico O reo s....X M” Nobtico Vonillo W afers . . .plcg.14 « W-D’s Low Price Regular, No Salt, Italian Cheese, Salt & Vinegar, Sour Cream & Onion, Jalapeno & Cheddar, u w - BBQ or Cheddar Lay’S Chips 6.5 oz. pkg.99« Thrifty Maid Corned B eef M »’ Qood at your Clemmon» Winn*DUIe onlyl LIMIT ^ WITH tIO.OO OR MORE FOOD ORDER GIVE YOUR CHANGE TO F E E D T H E H U N G R Y. Harvest Fresh Harvest Fresh Th« statistics about hunger in America are shocking Mofe and moie cnildren and akMrly poopio don't have anougn lo «at But you c*n help mavo a change lor iho txHtoi WINN'OIXiE and Trt« Salvaton AffTYy have pul ioQ«n®f a •tmpie. oflecf.we program caiUKi "Even it Up ' When you tfuy g<oc0r>«n. just the your caBh>or IO 'Bven up" your grocery lolal to tha neat ooiiar. Trw lunoa co<t«cteo ..«vill go to The Salvatioo Army to piovida fresfi food Items fo/ neeay famhos.m Thompson W hite Seedless Horveit Freth Florldp Votencia O ronges • 7 for 9 9 < Oood *1 your Clammoni WInn-Dlxl* onlyl Harvest Fresh Golden Ripe Bananas Frozen Foods 7 oz. pkg. All Varieties Banqiiet PMPIas3-$|oo Banquet All Varivlles 1 4 *F a m il y E n t r e e s V C hall gallon All Flavor« ^uiMrtiianii Slinbat 32 oz. jar Duke’S Mayonnaise98« D ««p South Ught M ayon n aise M®* Pric* Brookor A pple Juice *1,» 99* Jhese are just a few samples of our Everyday Low Prices! 0 0 Horvoit Froih Kiwi Fruit 4 for Harvoil Frath Тахо» Jumbo S w n I O n ion s ------- lb. 33* ■onquot Supram* E ntrees . . . 'pke"‘ 99* All V a ria li« Vlnnla'i P iiz a .............. pV; 89* Ragu Spaghetti Sauce............ 5‘ oft label Lemon Clorox $113Bleach •••••• gallon I Maxwell House Instant $999 CoHee............ Classic Nescafe $999 Collee............ Dry Roasted Planters Peanuts.......$299 Medium for Boys L U V S $ Q 9 9Olapers..........Cl Honey Nut Cheerios Cereal.. All Colors Cettenelle Tissue ... $ 3 0 5 $ |6 9 Regular or Corn Oil Wesson Oil.$189 Regular or with Marshmallows SwissMiss • ■••••• 12 01. " Ш ^ " t l D A V IE CO U N TY E N T E R P R ISE R EC O R D , T H U R SD A Y, M arch 16 . 19 8 9 -Ü B T a n g l e w o o d ’ s C h a m p i o n s h i p C o u r s e R e n o v a t é d . : t ■Í A major renovation of the Cham­ pionship course at Tanglewood Park is scheduled lo begin March 15 , Park officials announced, "hie improvements involve com- y plelercconslruclionofall ISgreens and major repairs to fairways, bunkers and lees. The project is ex­ pected to take between 130 and 150 days to complete, depending on weather conditions. “ To expedite the constnictiiin proccss, double crows will be assigned to the project to enable Ihe goi Ting public tn enjoy the im- provciiients as soon as possible,” said Bobby Vaughan, director of golf at Tanglewood Park. Play on Ihe Cham pionship course will be halted during the construction process, bul the Reynolds coursc will remain open. ■‘ Wc ask tor the patience ofthe uolllng public o f Forsyth County G o l f and surrounding com m unities while we make Ihc improvements lhal have to be done to restore Ihc Championship course lo standards o f excellence,” said Roger Lem ­ mons, president o f Tanglewood Park. ■'During Ihe construction pro­ ccss. the Reynolds course will be open for play and w e arc going to work hard to accommodate as many golfers as possible," Lem ­ mons said. The program will begin wilh the installation o f new bctil grass greens. The underlying structure o f all 18 greens and the practice put­ ting surface will be rebuilt to modern U.SGA specifications and the greens will be returned lo their original design size. Crew s will .shell out all greens, dig and in.stall new drainage lines and then pour new layers o f sub­ soil, gravel and sand in accordance with the strict U SG A .specifica­ tions. Finally, new bent grass sod will be laid. “ W ork must begin immediate­ ly on the greens lo lake advantage o f cooler temperatures that bent gniss needs lo flouri.sh,” .said Doug Joldersm a, golf course superinten- U.S.D.A. Choice Whole Boneless Bottom Bounds W-D Brand U .S. Choice B on eless London Broil Steak $ 2 9 9 HburChoice Chopped sirloin $ 1 9 9 W-D Brand U.S. Choice Lean Tender Cubed Steak « » • W-D Brand U.S. Choice Mild or Spicy Corned Beef Brisket $ 1 8 9 large head H arvest Fresh Green Cabbage 18« ^^W-D B rand U.S. Choice Beef T r im m e d t o a le a n q u a r t e r in c h . (^ H a rv e s t F re s h P ro d u c e Displayed loose for you to pick & choose. E v e r y d a y L o w P r i c e s O ver 10 .0 0 0 Low Price's on p ro d u cts you use e v e r y d a y . Pow er B uys W h e n w e s a v e e x t r a , w e p a s s t h e s a v i n g s o n t o y o u ! ,^W -D D e li- B ak e ry O ur lu ll-lin e D eli-B akcry h as h ot foods ready to ^o. P lu s fre sh b ak ed b read , and ciik cs...I3D 9 . pizza & fried ch icken . Beef 17 -19 Ib. avg. U.S.O.A. C hoice \ \ B o n eless Whole Top Round и м W-D Irand U.S. Chok« to n iU ii lotlain, Round RoQSt Ib. ^1’* (Cgt Inte Имк» •nil chOM«d lliioln FUE!I) 10 -12 ib. avg. U.S.D.A. Choice Bonelete Whole Top Sirloin I2«9 W-D Irand U.S. Cholc* lon*l*iiRump Roast ib. W-D Irond U.S. CholM to n «l«ti loHemRound Steak ib ^2'* S o f t D r i n k s The Meat People 1 lb. pkg.ff Hickory ¡ijf-' Sweet )/// Sliced Bacon $119 W-D trond All Vorl*li«i Wafer Thin Sliced Meat 39< 1 lb. pfcg. W-D Brand Hot, M edium or Mild Whole Hog Sausage $ il9 Farm«r'i Chok* (All Whita M«at) Turksy Cubed Steak ib. ^1” W-D Brond CQokvd Ham ........ pV,: W-D’s Low Price The Best Ground-Around! Fresh Market Ground Beef *1 »lb. Fr«ihGround Chuck ib. Qood tl your Clotnmont Wlnn-Dlxl* onlyl W-D Brand U.S. Choice B o n eless 89 Rib Eye Steak *3** 99Fr«fh Ground Round___ lb. FrvthGround Turkey ib. T h e B e s t I n W i n e s Economical U.S.D.A. Grade A Holly Farms hA Whole Cut-Up Fryers Holly Farm» U.S.D.A. Crado A Drumsticks ib. 89* half gallon 10 0 % Pure Florida Superbrand Orange Juice $ 1 2 8 Suporbrond Rogitlar or Lit« Cottage Cheese «p Suporbrond Quortor« Margarine 2 pkgi. 7 r Ж Cartoon Videos » greatest cartoon libraryot all time ibnowyoi-rsat inctfO.bifSJv.ngs VDUltEGOIIIG TO SEE THE Hugo the Hornet Sheet Cake Quarter Sheet $1198 $099 Eighth Sh eet Hugo the Hornet Cupcakes $199 pi<g-i4 ct. pkg. talud le PartacMani ГшпИу S l» I inch DoubU laytr Old FoihlonadCliarry Pie 2 ^4*’ Coconut Cake «ch *4” dent o f Tanglewood Park. , ¡ Weather permitting, the new sod ' is expectcd to be in place by ap- : proxim ately M ay 1 to allow for a . 60-90 day grow-in period. Crew s will replace the common bermuda grass that now exists on all fairw ays, tees, intermediate roughs and immediate surrounding green banks with a “ 4 19 ” hybrid bermuda grass. Hybrid bennuda— grass provides excellent w ear. Heat and drought lolcrance and a ;far superior playing surface with' a rapid recuperative rate compared lo the common leaf now in place. Oncc planted, the hybrid ber­ muda grass will also require' a 60-90 day growing period. A fer­ tilization program, the new irriga­ tion system that was installed last year and warm weather will help accelerate growth. “ The weather again will play a large factor in Ihe growih of the new hybrid berm uda," Joldersm a said. “ If we get warm weather ear­ ly, wc can be ahead o f our plan­ ting schedule." “ Once the construction procéss is com plete, the Championship course at Tanglewood should rank among the top 50 -100 courses in Ihc w orld,” said Vaughan. “ W e have the basic fundamen­ tals o f a great go lf co u rse," Vaughan said. “ Whal will make the Champion­ ship course at Tanglewood rank as a worid class facility is when we also have a great condition to match the interesting lay-out, top- notch design and mature topog­ raphy that now exist,” he said. Vaughan says that the condition o f the new greens, fairw ays, tees and bunkers w ill provide benefits for golfers year-round. “ With one consistent grass bn the greens, w e w ill have a rhuch finer playing surface than w e ever had in the past and w eTl also be able to create more interesting pin placements lo add lo the enjoyment of the golfer. ■■ The average golfers will also Hml lhal llieir ball w ill sil up bet- ter in the new fairw ays and give a more consistent lie so that they will be able to hit m ore consistent sh o ts." The fairw ays will turn green quicker in Ihe spring and stay green longer in the fall so that golfers will have the opportunity to enjoy fine playing conditions throughout the playing season. The restoration rate for fairw ay divots w ill also be increased with the new grass and the refurbished bunkers will con­ tribute to more consistent sand play. The renovation w ill cost about $ 1 m illion and w ill be financed by R .J. Reynolds Tobacco U SA , sponsors o f the Senior PG A Tour’s $ 1.5 m illion R JR Cham pionsliip that is played on the C h am pion ^p course. The project will be heitd- cd by Bobby W eed o f the PQ A Tour in accordance with U SQ A specifications. Course designer Robert Trent Jones Sr. will be con- .sulted to assure that the layout stays in tact. In recent years, the greens especially have deteriorated to the point where patchwork is no longer sufficient to keep them playable. Jones designed the- original layout in 1957 and the course was . completed in 1958 with a grant from the Z. Smith Reynolds Foun­ dation. The course was superim ­ posed on a large portion o f tlie 1,10 0 acres o f land which had once been the fann o f W illiam and Kale B. Reynolds. W ill was the brolher o f R .J. Reynold.s, founder o f the R .J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Then the PG A o f Am erica awarded ils Cham pionship at Tanglewood in 1974, Jones was enlisted lo redesign Ihc coursc. He added 35 sand traps lo the course’s existing 65, reduced the size o f greens from 10,000 lo 8.000 square feet, added a lake and lengthened the course from 6,500 to 7,050 yards. Par was also reduc­ ed to 70 by changing two par-five holes to par-l'ours. Renovations including construc­ tion o f cart paths, refurbishment o f the clubhouse and leveling of several lees were instituted in 1987 when Tanglewood became the site o f the S l million Vantage Cham ­ pionship, the SeniorTour’s richest event now known as the R JR Championship. A state-of-the-art irrigation system was added last year. € L / . 12 B —D A V IE CO U N TY E N T E R P R ISE R EC O R D , TH U R SD A Y, M iircli_l^ I9«9_ Pro W restling Set For Saturday Niglit ■ Pro wrestling is coming lo Brock Gym Saturdiiy, March 18 al 8 p.m. The top matches will have the Russian Assassins against the Young Stallions and Susan Green meeting Lisa Darnell in a Ladies U .S. title match. The World Brass Knuckles title will be up for grabs between Rick Link and The Terminator. The New Breed faces C hief Jay Eagle and Super Rocker. Mr. Wrestling 2 meets Brent Allen. All seats are $8. Advancc tickets can be purchased at f& F Barbecue or by callini; 284-2003. Shamrock Run Run, sponsored by St. Francis M ission, will be Saturday, March 18, beginning at the church, located on Yadkinville Road. There will be a 10-K race (6.2 miles), and a 5-K racc (3.1 miles). The races begin at 9 a.m . Basketball Camp D avie g irls coach A n gie Browder has scheduled a girls basketball camp for June 19-23 at Davie High School for girls in grades four through 12. There is a $25 pre-registration fee and $35 at the door. The money covers a t-shirt and insurance. Browder will conduct the camp with forme.' Davie players, former Davie coach John Bullins and several o f the junior high coaches -from North and Soulh Davie. The camp slogan is “ The Right Stuff For Sum m er' ’ and there will be brochures available. > Brow der said she is planning to work with grades 4-6 and 9 -11 a.m ., grades 7-9 from 1-3:30 p.m , and grades 10-12 from 6:30-9 p.m. Aw ards w ill be given for free throw shooting. Hot Shot competi­ tion and M ost Improved Camper. i'o r more inform ation, call B row der at the high school: 634-5905. Soccer Signups •Any junior high student wanting to play soccer in the •M ocksville/D avie P arks and Recreation leagues, should contact Joe Boyette at either 634-2325 or 634-3877. A r e a S p o r t s American Tryouts Baseball tryouts for boys wishing to play in the Davie American leagues this summer arc schedul­ ed for Saturday, March 18 at the Com plex behind North Davic Junior High School. The schedule is as follows for age groups: • 8-year old.s — 9 a.m . • 9 year-olds — 10 a.m . • 10-ycar olds — 11 a.m . • I I-ycar olds — 12 p.m. • 12-year olds — 12:30 p.m . For more information, call Steve Ridenhour at 634-0669. Duck Banquet The Davie County Chapter o f Ducks Unlimited will host their an­ nual M em bership Banquet Thurs­ day, March 23 at Bermuda Run. The event will begin at 6 p.m . with dinner being .served al 7:30 p.m . Since its founding in 1938, Ducks Unlimited has raised over $500 million for use in the preser­ vation o f waterfowl habitat. F o r m ore in form ation on schedules or tickets to the local banquet, call Dennis Sine at 634-3403 or Ronnie M cKnight at 998-4367. Wrestling Club Anyone interested in wrestling in freestyle tournam ents during March and April should contact the M o ck sville/D avie Parks and R ecreatio n D epartm ent at 6 34-2325. • The junior high school individual championship is scheduled for M arch U . There will be oppen tournaments each weekend in M arch. Regional championships will be hold the first three week.s o f April and all who placc will go to the state championships, set for the last weekend o f April and Ihe first weekend in M ay. ^ All-Star Game Catawba C ollege’s Goodman Gym w ill host an all-star gam e of A C C seniors April 16. . Those expected to play include a D uke’ s D anny F erry, North Carolina’s Je ff Lebo and N .C .' State’s Chucky Brown. i V s G iv e L i g h t l e p l e n t y O f T a l e n t 'D avie County jayvee baseball coach Jim Lightle has this problem concerning his team. And it’s the kind of problem he iikes. ' ."I found out that 1 have three very good shortstops,” he smiled, referring to the trio o f Patrick Mur­ phy, Alex Nail and Alan Chapman. - So Lightle, in his first year o f high school coaching, inovwl M ur­ phy to third, left Nail at short and switched Chapman to second. . . “ It’s an excellent problem ,” Lightle said. “ All three are very good players.” Lightle is still trying to sort out players by name and figure where each should go position-wise. , “ The varsity has an abundance o f outfielders and I have an abun­ dance o f infielders,” he said. “ Som e o f the sophomores may get called up too.” . One thing he does like is his pit­ ching staff. Je ff Spry, Tony R enegar and Brian Pitts are righthanders while transfer Rusty Palm er o f Adanta is a big le^ thander with promise. "W here he cam e from, there ; .was no junior varsity,” Lightle ’ ^ d . ' “ So he hasn’t played much. ' But after he gets in shape, he ' should be okay. He has good ^ inpveroeni on his fastball biit he ' ^ needs w ork on his fundamentals. jUtd totKhing the fundamentals is № ‘‘ my nuin iMk here.” ■ ‘th e outfield u the question mark Ltf ,'^10 ( v for, die jayvees but Lightle ‘ » d o w lav e iilea d cru iJesse Dallon. L'F^VHe’U itey centerfield luid lead Jim Lightle reason is that he can fly. He was • the fastest guy on the football team and he'll help us here too.” Renegar and Spry will alternate- in rightfield when the other is pit­ ching and Lightle hasn’t made up his mind about the leftfield situa­ tion yet. Davie didn’t have a jayvee team last year due to lack o f interest. .The team’s first two games have already been cancelled because East Rowan didn't field a team. So die first game won’t be undl March 20 at Statesville. The W ar Eagles play the Greyhounds at Rich Park in a 4 p.m . game on M arch 2 1. “ W e have a 16-gam e schedule” which is pretty good fordiis age,” he said. “ They'll go on to play summer ball so they’ll get enough playing time. W e have som e good EQUIPPED NOT STRIPPED CUTLASS SUPREME ( L o a d e d ) A s L o w A s *13,450 CUTLASS CIERA m .9 9 5A s L o w A s CUTLASS çg_ CALAIS uLowA. M I D - W I N T E R A R K D O W N S OLDS NINETY-EIGHTS SAVE UP TO *4f000 ¡DELTA EIGHTY-EIGHT ROYALE A» low *• * 1 3 f 9 5 0 *4,500 SAVINGS ON TORON ADOS W&tkins O L D S » C A D I L L A C T h e W e C a r e C a r P e o p le 1 - 7 7 a t E x i t 4 9 - B , S t a t e s v i l l e Local (704) 878-9593 S 1-800-542-2239 jPavie People . ^ x.'ji 'f DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, MarcV 16,*1989-10 ^ ' l l W f ■> ^ 1 b;< i,m m - p ra P h e lp s c o o k s s c r a m b le d e g g s a t F u lto n C h u rc h b r e a k fa s t S a tu rd a y . S e r v i c e W i t h A S m i l e V o lu n teers H elp M a ke C o u n try B re a k fa sts A S u c c e s s S a tu rd a y I D a rre ll S e a fo r d m ix e s p a n c a k e b a tte r fo r Je r ic h o -H a r d is o n c o u n try b r e a k fa s t . W ayne L ak ey gently flipped a golden brow n pancake. R ight bc.sidc h im , his w ife D oris tossed scram b l­ ed eggs w ilh a spatula. Both w ere sm ilin g. It could have been breakfast at hom e, but instead, it w as breakfast fo r hundreds. The tw o w ere cooks at the annual Jericho-H aridson Ruritan C lub country breakfast last Saturday. A s visitors cm ercd the com m unity building, H enry Shore sm iled from beside the co ffee pot, w aivin g tw o cups in the air w ith a questioning glan ce. E arly risers w ere fed beginning at 5 :3 0 a.m . T hose w ho sleep late on Saturd ays w eren ’t left out, as breakfast w as served until 1 1.. H ow m any years has the club had the fund-raising b reakfasts? “ L o n g enough to w here w e know w hal w e ’ re d o in g ,” L akey said. • T h e club m akes its ow n sau sage, w hich w as fried in large patties. T h e pancake baiter w as m ixed from scratch. T he co ffee w as fresh and hot. T he club began holding the breakfasts 16 years ag o , ju st tw o years afler the club w as form ed. T he pancakes w ere cooked in fryin g pans, until enough m oney w as raised to purchase a griddle. T h e 2 0 club m em bers and w ives expected to feed several hundred before the m orning w as up. B ig S p re a d A t F u lto n A cro ss the county at Fulton U nited M ethodist Church near F o rk, Rod and Kathryn t-akey o f D avid­ son County w ere sitting dow n to a the church’ s v er­ sion o f a country breakfast. C ountry ham and egg s w ere brought from the kit­ chen. On the table w ere b ow ls o f grits, red-eyed g ra v y , sausage g ra vy , rice, a basket o f fresh-baked b iscuits, ja rs o f hom em ade je llie s. R od didn’t have tim e to answ er questions. H e w as too busy buttering a biscuit and spooning g ra vy . H is w ife said they alw ays com e to the m eals at F ulton , w hich she says are better lhan a restaurant and help the church. “ W e like to com e here to ea t,” she said . “ It’s good fo o d .” T h e kitchen w as ä b ee h ive o f activity, as church m em bers prepared the food. T h ey expected to feed a thousand — w ilh proceeds goin g fo r variou s needs o f the church. M issed Saturday’s m eals? D on’t w o rry, Fulton has another planned fo r next m onth. O ther churches and civ ic club s also hold fund­ raising m eals, w ilh D avie residents volunteering their tim e lo benefit their com m un ity. A ll they need is hungry patrons. C h eck the “ D avie D atelin e” section o f the Enlerprise-Record for upcom ing m eals. R o d a n d K a th ry n L a k e y o f D a v id so n C o u n ty e n jo y F u lto n ’s co u n try v ittie s. fr pancake griddle, Doris Lakey mixes eggs and Bernice Knight WQits on customers at Jericho-Hardison. <4— --------------------» 2C—DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISK RliCOKD, THURSIMV, March 16, 1989 S o c i a l : í i í * > U ‘ I ■ 4 0 : M cD aniel-Ruocco Couple W ed M arch 11 The wedding o f Sandra Lynn McDanicI to John Rtuxco. holh of Chapel Hill, was held Saliirday. M arch,. 1 1 , al 3 p.m . al Sain Thomas M ore wiih Father Justin Caputo officiating. A special reading was given by Ron Vcnzie o f Chapel Hill. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, M r. and Mrs. Charles McDanicI, wore a bridal gown o f white satin designed wilh a bead­ ed, .seallopcd sweetheart neckline, and a three strand string o f pearls accenting the bodice. The drop waist and shoulders were appliqued with rhinestone flowers wilh the skirt extending into a cathedral Irain. For her headpicce, she wore a lacc halo appliqued with pearls and sequins attached to a nngcrtip veil o f bridal silk illusion. M iss Susan M cD aniel o f Durham was maid of honor. B ridesm aids w ere C aro le McDanicI of Raleigh. Uiiira Ruoc- co o f O aklon. V a ., Donna McDaniel of Cooleeinee, and Lynn Ruocco o f M cLean, Va. Sid Sockwell o f Chapel Hill was best man. Ushering were Ron McDaniel of Cooleemee. Scolt Lawhead o f M anassas, V a., Andy Lidral o f Chapel H ill, and Adam Vance o f Manassas. Cindy Bollon o f Chapel Hill kept Ihc guest regi.ster. The wedding was directed by Vicki M cGee o f Greensboro. The bride is a graduate o f Davic High School and UNC-Grecnsboro wilh a bachelor’s degree in biology. She is a third year student at UNC School o f Dentistry at Chapel Hill. The bridegroom ’s parenls arc M r. and M rs. Frank Ruocco o f M cLean, Va. He is a graduale o f M cLean High School and Jam es M adison U n iversity w ith a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. He is a Ihird year dental student at UN C-CH School o f Denlislry. Follow ing a honeymoon lo Paradise Island. Bahamas, the cou­ ple will iTiake their home in Chapel Hill. K fceptioii Imnicdialely following the wed­ ding cereinony, a reception was held in the Old Well Room al Carolina Inn. Upon arrival, guesls were enler- laincd wilh music and served ap­ petizers consisting o f a fresh vegetable tray and dip, chickcn drumetles. Oriental egg rolls, petite quiche, deviled eggs and a choice o f beverage. R ehearsal D inner A rehearsal dinner hosted by the bridegroom’s parenls was held Fri- day evening, following the wed­ ding rehearsal at Slugs in Chapel Hill. Guests included the wedding parly, fam ily, and friend.s. The menu served was fruit cup, prim e rib, fondant potatoes, vegetables, rolls, wine and a groom ’s wedding cakc. Bridal Show ers • M s. Sandra M cDaniel, bride- elecl, was honored with an “ H o u r” sh o w er by the bridegroom -elect's sisters, at the Ruocco home in M cLcan, Va. • A lingerie shower was held in Chapel Hill for M iss M cDanicI Feb. 2 1. Hostesses were M s. Cin­ dy Bollon and M rs. Vicki M cGee. • She was again honored with a m i.sccllaneous sh ow er in Cooleem ee, hosted by her aunts, M rs. Barbara M cDaniel and M rs. Cathy Bower. P la n t a t io n ¡H o u s e T o u r s A p r i l 1 The Cooleemee Plantation, a National Historic Landmark in Davie Counly, will be open lo the ; public for the benefit o f the David- ;'son Counly Art Guild from 1-5 ; p.m . Saturday, April 1, and Sun- ; day, April 2. ; The plantation is located on U .S. ■; 64 betw een L exin g lo n and ; M ocksville, one m ile west o f Ihe ; Yadkin River bridge and two miles ■ east o f the inlersection o f U .S. 64 ■ and N .C . 801. A historic m arker stands on 64 at the head of the all-weather gravel road to the house. The Department o f the Interior’s designation as a Nalional Historic , Landm ark is based on Ihe national significance o f a properly or area. The Cooleemee WSlTOrton, hom e, o f Judge and M rs. Peter W . Hairston, is one o f the six private residences honored as National H istoric Landm arks in North Carolina. Land for the plantation was ac­ quired in 18 17 by M ajor Peter Hairston o f Henry County, V a., and Stokes County, N .C . He died in 18 32, willing the esiate lo his great-grandson, Peter W ilson H airston , Ju d ge H airsto n ’ s : 'grandfather. ■ The plan for the present house ;• was published in W .H . Ranleit’s ; ‘ ‘The Architect” in 1847 and reproduced in the January, 1850, issue o f "G o d ey’s Lady’s Book. ” ;■ It is not known how Peter W ilson ' Hairston and his w ife, Columbia ■. Stuart Hairston, came to select the “ Anglo-Grecian V illa” but con- T h e Cooleem ee P lan tation house w ill be open fo r lo u rs A p ril 1. struction began in 1853 and was finished late in 1855. Much o f the furnilure in the house was purchased specifically for it in 1856 and is listed in the bookkeeping records o f that time. However, many pieces antedate the house and some are more recent. Some once belonged to the Revolu­ tionary W ar Peter Hairston, others came from Lucy Dortch Hairston’s family and a few have been pur­ chased in recent years. Because Cooleem ee is, and has alw ays been, a private house not a museum, various periods o f fur­ nilure are mixed in each room, and alw ays have been. The contemporary paintings, glass and pottery, largely the work o f North Carolina artists and craft­ smen, as well as the collection of antique maps o f the United Slates, reflect the interests o f the present owners, but are quile in keeping wilh those o f the builder o f the house, who traveled widely before the Civil W ar, made a poinl o f visiting sculptors’ studios in Rome, and took a lively interest in everything o f note going on in his time. Several years before being designated a National Historic Landmark in 1978, the Cooleemee Plantation had been accepled for the Nalional Regisler o f Historic Places Inventory. Excerpts from the nominating form submitted to the Register by the North Carolina Departm ent o f A rch ives and H istory provide a sum m ary By Mi«. Ruby McBride Yadkin Valley Correspondent Jonathon Hottel is still a patient at BaptisI Hospilal and has spoken the word “ N o” . W e'all hope he does better soon. M r. Turner Hauser had surgery this past week at M edical Park Hospilal and was able to go home on Thursday. Lorena We.sl, Kalhaleene Black, Alm a King, Hazel Riddle and Ruby M cBride each one took food and had a birthday dinner will» Lila Howard, who is nol able to go places like she used lo. W e all en­ joyed the day with her. The L.adies’ Bible Sunday School class had breakfast at Shoney’s on Tuesday with eight members presenl. Jim Claytonvisited Doc Caudle on Thursday before going back to Ohio on Friday. The W omen’s M issionary Class will have its regular meeting in the fellowship hall on Tuesday night at the church. description o f the Cooleem ee Pliinlalion: “ The Cooleem ee PlanUilion house is a monumental exam ple of the villas made popular in the United Stales ihrough style books during the I850.S-. The prc-sence o f Ihis sophisticated villa in piedmont North Carolina is unusual. — The expansive plan o f Cooleem ee and its emphatic three-dimensionality (meaning equally pleasing eleva­ tions on all four sides), make it especially suitable for its rural hilltop silc. - - - Cooleemee with its gcomeiric massing, iiKignincem iiiicrior -spacc.'i, ¡intl elegant coni- bination o f Greek Revivnl HDiL— Italianate detail, is a uniquely magnificent representative o f a full­ blown villa in mid-nineleenth cen­ tury North Carolina.” M em bers and friends o f the Guild will serve as guides in the en­ trance hall and downstairs rooms o f the house. Guests will be welcom e to )valk in the grounds on their own. An entrance fee o f $5 per per­ son w ill be collected at the door, with all proceeds going to the Davidson County A n Guild, a non­ profit organization lhat for more than 20 years has been dedicated to promoting art appreciation and education in the area. The G uild’s galleries and office are localed in the A n s Center, 224 S. M ain St., Lexinglon. For more information concern­ ing the G uild’s activities or the Cooleem ee Plantation tour, call (704) 249-2742. For That Special Occassion Video TB ftag t t E ditin g ForAU Mrs. John Ruocco ... was Sandra Lynn McDaniel Calvert S erves A s P age O w e n C a ly e rl, a soplioniorc at Davic H igh Scliuul, served as a page in the Hou.se of Rep­ resentatives in Raleigh March 6-10. Calvert was appoin ted to C a lve rt this leadership position by the Speaker o f the House, Joseph M avretic. He resides al 225 Holly Lane and is the son o f Lida Calvert and the grandson o f M r. and lyirs. Joseph N. Calvert o f Tarboro. Quasar Stereo-Rack System 100Wx2 Output Powér Remote Control • THIS WEEK ONLY . *899»® Mocksville Furniture & A D D lia n c e 59 Courl Saunre Jerusalem Fire Department Highway 601 & 801 (Greasy CornerV 5 -.0 » t e i . Take Out Available.! 284-2790 Spring Fling Saturday, April 22 And Breakfast Saturday, May 20th Are^u PayingToo Much Foreur Checking Account? О First Federal’g Check Club gives you Free Checking with only $100 Minimum. IR S T F E D E R A L S A V IN G S B A N K W * iltll do budnats petion to pmon. (704)634-5981 • 230N,Q w ny8t. •RobWhoodRd. «SUnlmvUU • Stratford Rd. •Н тм М сИ •Омшпоп* • RyynoidaRd. >i>«kvtawShoppliieCtr. «HoduvIlU i, Щ К m m u u u w ': У Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raymond Nichols ... she was Robin Leigh Vandiver-Brown A round & A bout .'M ocksville Sisters Serve A s H ouse Pages - Kelly and Kristy Kow alske, daughters o f Gary and Connie Kowalske o f 669 Sanford A ve., M ocksville, served as Pages in the N .C . House Feb. 27-M arch 3. They were sponsored by Rep. Julia Howard (R-Davie), K atin a W est N ational A w ard W inner In English Katina W est, Carver Senior High School sludent and daughter o f W illiam and Barbara West , was named a national award win­ ner in English by the U .S. Achievement Academ y. She is the granddaughler o f Nelson and Ida Petree o f W inslon-Salem and Hubert and M illie W est o f M ocksville. ■'-M ocksville Student M akes A ll A ’s at M ilchell College Teree Lynn Slater o f M ocksville earned a 4.0 average for the w inter quarter at M itchell Community College in Statesville. 'jR O T C T eam s Participate