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04-Aprils. Index Public Records 6 Sports B1-B7 School News B8-B9 Weddings C2-C4 Weekend Weather: Sunny, P. D5 Religion Obituaries Davie Dateline District Court C7-C8 C9 D2 D10 Rambling River Davie Joins In Study Of Yadkin: Details, P. 5 Honey, Vinegar And Water Don’t Knock It: She’s 102: Details, P. C6 D A V IE C O U N T Y V sot ENTERPRI/E RECORD ■ -.i..-tie:- .-WV' ,.-'':K*%'^..'ia 1 vvMMMli :.-,i’. "*-.v^; -■ /- K iZt: ',<&?..'?■'/' :m m ^ •’''i^'ij/tM.'ftV'' ''5 *ff:;5 t: ^ # % Y % * '. - : ^ - : r •;•;■■ ■•.-: ,.-.,,.;4-.;-'. USI*S 149-16«TIIURSl>AY. April 5. I'>9() Lesson In Learning Davie students have another place to study, com­ plete with tutors. Advance United Methodist Church has opened its doors two nights a week for a study period, with church members helping students with the subjects. Here, Shady Grove fir^t grader Ellen Myers gets help from Sharron Atkins. For a story and more photographs, please turn to page 7C. — Photo by Robin Fergusson 9th Graders May Be Moved To Davie High By Karen Jarvis Davie County Enterprise-Record Ninth graders in Davie schools may be attending Davie High School in a few ycars. Board of Education members approved the middle school concept Monday night. “ It deals with 10- to 14-year- olds for the most part,” said School Superintendent Dr. William P. Steed. “ Instead of" putting students in a large en­ vironment, as in thejunior high concept, it focuses on more smaller group kinds ofthings.’’ Steed said the ideal wa>* t<t- implement the middle school concept would be to send the ninth grade to the high school. “ The time frame depends on the facility situation we’ve got to work with now,” ffe said. Steed said the present high school facility would not be able to deal with 375 to 400 more students. The high school has about 1,000 students enrolled now. Steed said within two to three years the plan should be com­ plete. A lot depends on finances, he said. He said the concept focuses on scheduling bIocksoftime in­ stead of the single periods of time. “ Ideally the fUll process' would be to take a team of teachcrs to work with a group of students, rather than having them change classes,” he said. “ Vm not saying anything is . wrong with changing classes. : 1 ‘The junior highs have been made into little high schools,” he said. “ They need more guidance than that.” He said the : middle school concept would allow the 10-14 year olds to Please See Middle — P. 8 Hospital Meeting April 5 At S. Davle Town Facing Sewage Regu lations By Karen ,|arvis Davie County Enterprise-Record BERMUDA VILLAGE - The town of Mocksville may soon have to build a new waste treatment plant or hook up to the county plant in Coolcemcc. said Town Supervisor Andrew Lagle. The future of Mocksville's plant was discussed during an all-day workshop here last week with the town board and several Davie County officials. "The problems we are facing arc nationwide." said Lagle. "The federal government is telling us what we can do." One of the biggest problems facing the waste treatment plant is the EPA (Environmental Pro­ tection Agency). "In my opinion the message from the EPA is "Get off those small creeks." " said Laglc. Mocksville has waste treatment plants on Dutchman and Bear creeks. The EPA is concerned with Please See Town — P. 8 Mocksville and County Line residents will get the chance to hear this week about plans to move Davie County Hospital to 1-40 and Farmington Road. The Mocksville meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at South Davie Junior High School. The County Line meeting will be Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the fire department. Meetings for the Center, Jerusalem and Advance firc districts have not been announced. The meetings arc being held as part of a public information campaign provided for in the hospital trustees' Jan. 8 vote. The vote asked that hospital officials hold a public informa­ tion campaign, explaining why the hospital should be moved. Candidates Disagree On Middle School Concept By Mikc Barnhavdt Davie County Enterprise-Record Although three of four board ofeducation can­ didates agree that changing school district lines is better than building new classrooms, at least one says that can't be done by moving ninth grade students to Davie High School. Luther Potts and Nancy Grooms favor goiyg to the middle school concept, which would send ninth gradejunior high school students to Davie High. John Norton opposes the idea. Christine Harvey, who had been attending a play her child was in at Shady Grove Elemen­ tary, was late arriving at the candidate’s forum at Mocksville Middle School last Thursday. She did not offer an opinion on the subject. The school’s PTO and advisory cominitlce sponsored the event, which also included Davie residents seeking local and..state offices. X <ftpt of ti* differences among the board of j*Ntitfcm caodid*Ws came when they were ask- ‘ “ ‘ ""'* ishaaghtg school district lines. Voters will choose two board members in a non-partisan May 8 election. — —Etieli—si-hoe^p 1 ays a uniqui—part in- the neighborhood concept,” Norton said. “ Rcdistricting may become necessary in the near luture. This will bc better than building new buildings.” Norton said he has seen no proof that ninth graders would get a better education at a high school rather than ajunior high school. If they arc sent to the high school, "you’re going to have to build new buildings,” he said. Grooms and Potts disagreed. “ I would be in favor of rcdistricting rathcr than building new classrooms, but ... 1 am in favor of the middle school concept,” Grooms said. “ The ninth grade belongs at the high school.” Potts pointed out that the stale department of public instruction has recommended that the ninth grade be a high school grade. He admitted that redistricting is always a tough, emotional issue. $w #8B E © I Hesse See CandM*te# — P. 8 = ™ ™ ™ ^ ^ ^ ™ ^ ^ School board candidates John Norton and Nancy Grooms listen to Luther Potts. — Photo by Robin FerguiW^i * -:.$f. Ri*‘.. 2—DAVIE COUNTY KNTERI’RISK RKCORI>, THURSDAY, April 5, 199« Editorial April 15 Draws Near: Time To Do Income Taxes What u greal weekend to ... 1111 out the tax forms. April 15 is quickly approaching. As usual. I’m finding a hundred other things more compelling than the 1040. There’s grass to mow. Flowers to plant. Shrubs to trim. Anything else but that. Reading the tax forms makcs me wonder what kind of people work for the IRS. I visiied the Greensboro IRS of­ fice once. For a story, not an audit. The employees I saw .weren’t two-headed monsters. As meek as they seemed, they have a talent for striking fear in the hearts of Americans. What kind of people work for the IRS? A new book, “ A Law Unto Itself: Power. Politics and the IRS,” says career employees are mostly conservatives with a "suspicious, almost paranoid mind-set.” That’s not too comforting. The IRS has 125.000 employees. They have to sift through the millions of tax returns and test the deductions that have been claimed. The N.C. Association of Certified Public Accountants sent out a list of unusual deductions recently. Among the better ones: A gambler lost over $3.4 ; million at a “ craps” table in Atlantic City. He was unable ■ to pay the full amount, and the casino settled for " $500,000. His bad luck had only started. The IRS said the -. forgiveness of the debt resulted in taxable income, sot he gambler owed tax on the $2.9 million of “ income.” Drug dealers profits tend to be tax frec. They never get • W-2 forms. But dealers should be careful about boasting of : their profits. One talked carelessly with undercover IRS agents and bragged about his sales. Tlie IRS found only . $870,000 in the dealer’s possession. But it hit him with a - $34 million tax bill based on the information he gave the • agents. - The CPA group said some have gottcnliicky with the • IRS. The misplaced comma has actually happened. One ' “ woman received a refund check for $49,000 — not the $4,900 she was due. She notified the IRS of the error : several times, but was told the money was hers. More than • ixvo years later, the IRS realized its blunder and tried to :"recollect the money. However, the deadline for correcting • mistakes on refund checks had elapsed, making it impossi- ;ble for the IRS to get the money back. ■ ;; Painful as it is to pay taxes, we’ve got to remember how ;nice Congress is to us. Each year, Congress spends far i fiiore money than we pay in taxes. They just borrow the ;tost.. ; ■: Filing taxes would be just a little more bearable if the • ;deadline didn’t fall during such a pleasant season. The :birds arc singing. The llowers arc blooming. People are it- >phing to be outside. :-: Why not make it Feb. 15? ‘"■■’ - ^ W S ; p f i V ’ ^ f i ' " - ,:ff:l ,.,.. i # ,-;. t'-5A'!!^ti^,' '' 't,*v'-*'ii-':- ■ 7 ,'W v .M p r ; - 'M : < |^ . ; ''V ? : * v £ .':- # ^ Dwight Sparks v h . p . . DAVIE CO UNTY E N T E R P R I/iS & E C O R DMs~ 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 Fei:gusson .............. General Manager Mike Barnhardt ......... Managing Editor Kathy Chaffin .......................... News Editor Ronnie Gallagher .................... Sports Editor Becky Snyder............... Advertising Director Mocksville Enterprise 1916-1958 Davie Record 1899-1958 C(M)lecmee Journal 1901-1971 Second Class Postage Paid lti Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rates Single Copy, 50 cents $18.00 per year in North Carolina $22.50 per ycur oulsidc North Carolina ,g;K POSTMASTER #« -;- P.O. Box 2 S W S S T *iVUiCe NV-*7tiBo :cord >21 . i| Randy Burton 5th Grade, Shady Grove “ Governor of Russia.” Nicky Maniiino Tonya Grandy 5th Grade, Shady Grove 5th Grade, Shady Grove “ Isn’t he one of the leaders “ Soviet Union’s ruler.” in North Korea?” Sidewalk Survey: Who Is Mikhail Gorbachev? Kendrea Mason 5th Grade, Shady Grove ¥1 “ It sounds llke that M K that came from Canada.*'; .-,$i L .• -■ f§| i- ■ ''': - v j',*L|■ !.-'-"V'41 • • i v - '^ S 9 \. : r ;-"*w | ■'■ ' ' i \ > Chris Keel 5th Grade, Shady Grove “ Governor of Russia.” Nathan Roberston Cayce Hill 5th Grade, Shady Grove Sth Grade, Shady Grove “ He’s like a terrorist, kind “ He was president, I of.” think, in the Soviet Union.” Sean Boyd 5th Grade, Shady Grove “ Don’t know. Is he Russia’s president?” Letters Put Bibles Back In Schools Deputy Needs Another Job To the editor: I would like to request our board of education to reconsider letting the Gideons put Bibles back in our schools. I have lived in Davie County all my life and ran a business in Mocksville for 44 years. I am proud to be a citizen ofour county, but it bothers me when I go to church and listen to a Gideon speaker tell about their work and think that they can place Bibles in Soviet Russia and other foreign countries and not be allowed to do this in the county in which 1 live. I live about two miles from the Yadkin County line and they allow them to be placed in their schools. 1 am sure 1 am not the only one in this county who feels this way. 1 cannot see what harm this would do. lt is done strictly voluntarily. No one has to take a Bible. Marie White Four Corners YMCA BBQ A Success To the editor: The Davie Family YMCA would like to express its sincere gratitude to the many people who helped with the barbecued -|v7-l^irnTPTTl^n-Friil;>^^M nrph-^fyindm lingJhose who helped *.'V i ^ i f e ^ serve and deliver meals, those who baked cakes and helped with cooking. We thank all the many businesses and individuals who ordered chicken and offer our apologies to the number of people wehad to turn away and for any orders we could not 1111. We know there were some inconveniences, but this.was our first elTort for this project and we ask for your understanding. We made every ef­ fort to get additional chicken and food to accommodate the more than 200 late orders that came in on Thursday, but the Port-A-Pit company was unable to get additional chicken that late. Profits from the meal resulted in a $1,700 addition to our building fund. This along with a $12,000 grant last week and other pledges has now reduced the amount we need to raise in Davie County to$182,000. With all ofour citizens and businesses work­ ing diligently to complete this effort, we will be able to build, equip, and furnish this 32,000-foot facility debt free. Please ride by Cemetery Street and see the wonderful progress that is being made on the site. Thank you for your understanding and help. Sarah Wood ■J. Mocksville To the editor: .:; The Davie County Sheriff’s Department must be in bad shape: Any deputy who can’t handle a steer goat without killing it needs anotherjob. I think it was very cruel of Deputy Danny Orren to shoot Kenny Bowles’ goat because it got out of its lot. ; We need people with better judgment in the Sheriffs Depart­ ment. I’m certainly going to keep this incident in mind when we elect a sheriff in November. : James C. Bowles III Route 6, Advance : Fire Departments Helped To the editor: ;• The family of the late Lester Emblcr wishes to thank the Cor- nat/.er Dulin and Fork fireXlcpartmcnts for all the help and sup­ port they gave in the mobile home fire on Williams Road March 19. : 1 would also like to thank the gentleman who came by and saw the mobile home on lire and took the time to get to a telephone to call us and let us know the home was on fire. If he had stopped and alerted some of the neighbors, could the life of the elderly man been savedrTvndifTmtxotrkHii>rlK>dj-havt^been-vieAved-by- family and friends instead of a closed casket? Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Williams Route 3. Mocksville Letters Are Welcomed I he hucrprisc-Rci-onl welcomes letters lrom its readers. The letieis may be on u>pics ol local, state, national or international issues. An ellort will be made lo print all letters provided they arc not libe|ous. vulgar or in poor taste. The editor reserves the right to edit letters for grammar and for space. All lettcis should include the name and address of the writer, including a signature. A telephone- number is also requested to test the legitamaey ol the letter. The telephone number will not be published. Pleasc have letters in the E/ucrprise-Rccord of|]ce by 5 p,m. Monday of the week to be published. '■” ' ' '^ W k * ' DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, AprH 5, Iff*p 3 / ■ -"Vv' / > - ' ''It’s Vegetable Garden Time — Minus Green Beans President Bush hates broccoli. He admitted it. Aiul being thc honcst man hc is. hc repeatcilly has .saiil lliai hc hates broccoli. Members of the prcss jumped on the statement. It isn’t often a president says he hates anything. They even pretend to like the Russians these days. But not Kcnnebunkport George. He hates broccoli and hc doesn't care who knows. Good for him. • I like a president who isn't afraid to say what he hates or likes. He’ll lose some votes in thosc broccoli-producing states (Probably California. Broccoli sounds and looks like a vegetable that would be grown in California.) But he’ll gain some votes among those of us who hate something or the other. Broccoli is okay to me. I like it raw by itsclfor in a salad, boiled or steamed, with or without checse. Even my little nieces like broccoli. “ Little trees” they call it. Ask thcm to eat broccoli, forget it. Broccoli even sounds bad. But little trees, that's a food a youngster can Mike Barnhardt sink their tccth into. I'll takc the broccoli, just leave off the grccn beans. I can cat grcen beans, but 1 won’t enjoy thcm. A salt coating makes thcm edible — not enjoyable. The green bean thing probably goes back to my childhood. My family has always had a vegetable garden. I love to work in the garden, always have. I was the one in thc garden so young that the hoe was twice my height. I would go out on my own to chop weeds, and not tell anyone when the chops occasionally cut a tomato or pepper. The family garden always included green beans. There would be more rows of grccn beans than anything clsc. Planting grccn beans is fun. Just like corn, or butter- bcans. keeping them weeded is no special problem, either. But come harvest timc, green beans arc thc pits. You have to bend over — way over — to pick grcen beans. You can clean thc plants and go out two days later and it looks like you never pickcd a bcan. The plants arc hanging to thc ground with beans. You do it again. What you end up with is hundreds of jars of canned grccn bcans in thc basement. We still havc green beans in our basement from four years ago, 1 think. Nobody knows for sure. If war breaks out, there's enough grccn bcans in our basement to fced all; of Davie County for two years. Last year. I refused to pick grecn beans. I bent over for the buttcrbeans, but not the grccn bcans. No way. I couldn’t see breaking my back for something I despise. The rest of thc family pickcd some of the grccn beans, but quite a few of thc suckers died right there on the vine. Ha. Ha. It’s time to start planning thc family garden again. I’m sure my father is planning on at least two rows of green bcans. Probably has some of thosc fast-growing high-yield . seeds left from last year. There’ll also be tomatoes and peppers and squash and cucumbers and okra and corn ... Corn, now there’s thc vegetable gardener’s vegetable. Easy to plant. Drop the seeds in thc ground and cover them with your feet. They grow to your height, maybc a little higher. No bending over at harvest. Easy to cat and easy to freeze. I wonder if my father would consider four rows of roasting cars and not plant any grcen beans? After all, if George Bush can publicly say hc hates broccoli, the Barnhardts ought to be able to plant a garden without grcen bcans. Davie History Davie Hotel The Davie (also Kelly) Hotel stood on the site of the present courthouse. If you know the date of the photograph and the fire that destroyed the hotel, con­ tact Doris Frye at the Davie County Public Library, where the photograph is on file. Photograph loaned by the Davie County Historical and Genealogical Society. Supper Bar-B-Que Chicken And Baked Ham At The Sheffield-Calahaln Fire Department ABrtl 7t l t f O - H >,1, Bar-B-Que Chicken Baked Ham Slaw Pinto Beane Bread Deasert Potato Salad Tea-Coffee All You Can Cattl ^ 5 ^ u j , s i i | i Agee 13 * Up - W * j ^ ' 6 ^ _ K i | | - - - * - * I H 2 — N » 5 ^ f ^ ^ 3 ^ 4 $ end under PM K *rsS#F'The Fire W Take Oute A<allaMe No Tekeotrta FREE Hearing Tests Set For MocksviNe | Free hearing tests are being offered In MocfctviHe, Friday, | April 6. Hearing Aid Specialists (Hceneed by the ettNe of I NorthCrolina)willpertormthefreetestsalTfeeMtaaeNeMtag I Care Ce*tw, 2S1 N. Mala St. (at James Kety's Netionwtde to> I surance Office), Call l-IOO-331-tM 4 to arrange an appohrtMonl. I now. I Everyone who has trouble hearing is welcome to have e test using I modern electronic equipment to determine If he haa a correctaMe • loss. ■ Everyone should have a hearing test at least once a year N there ■ Is any trouble at all hearing ctoarty. Most hearing proWeme graAa<y • get worsf. An aQpual test will help keep track of a progressive toee. • No hearing problem of any 5onsequence shouM ever be Ignored. ■ We are a provider for many union benefit programa ■ Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m Serving This Area For 45 Veeri ■ R.O. KIGER Democratic Candidate For Sheriff Of Davie County I am asking the voters of Davie County to give me their support in the May 8 Primary. I have 4 years of law enforcement experience as your sheriff during the years 1974-1978.1 also have had 10 years security work and prior to that I was self employed in the grocery business. I am married to Maude A. Kiger and we reside at 122 Sunset Drive, Mocksvilie. We have one married son and three grandchildren. MY MAIN GOALS ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. Discourage breaking and entering through improved use of manpower 2. To prohibit the use and or sale of drugs through an in­ creased drug awareness program in our school system. 3. To communicate and work with all the citizens of Davie County. VOTE R.O. KIGER DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF ON MAY 8 Your Support Will Be Appreciated! Paid Political Ad By R.O. Kiger Friday, April 6 - 7 to 10 p.m. Featuring a large selection of Domestic and Hardline merchandise, Most merchandise up to 50% off. Some 60 to 70% offff, and other unadvertised specials. Sale Date: Friday, April 6, 1990 Squire Boone Plaza, Yadkinville Rd., Mocksvilie , Store Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sunday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. :C S , W A lJ rfA fiT 'S ADVERTISED M ERCHANDISE P O U C V - ll « ou«nie<MK3n!ona.ee.er>a0*ert>secMem^stoc* However itom* to * n , u n io 'e se e r. reason an ao ven ised ile m ts not avaitaDie to ' pxvcnasv W ai WaM wii* 'isu t> a R a ^ C he ck on ie a u e st lo r tne m ercnandise to oe p u 'cn a scd at m e saie D * o w henever a»d‘idD"v 0’ * iii se>i *o u a sifThMt itcm at <i comp<iiao>v •t*Quct<on ,n pr.ct* V.v re s e '*e tn c right 10 *im,l QudnMtes Li<r*<Mt'0 <is vO'O <n New Mei>cc >Vi>^aa> tSmart- tavestment for the 90 'S,and Bevond Start the rieW decade with yum cye- on the future. Open or contribute to an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) at First Federal Savings Bank. We offer guaranteed rates, safety, convenience and a variety of invest­ ment plans — one that s right for ^nnt AncLcempmhpr. an IRAcan help you save on taxes. So get off to a smart start in the 90's with an IRA from First Federal. Call today and speaK with one of our Customer Servife Representatives. ~~ (919) 634-5981 - FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS BANK List of locations: 230 N. Cherry Street • Stratford K<>,ul • KeynoUI;i Road Robin Mood Ctr. • Manes Mall • I’arkview Shopping Ctr. Stanleyville • Clemmons *Mocksvllle roiC Insured . - 4—DAVIE COLNTY ENTERPRISE REC()RI), THURSDAY, April 5, 1990 _ .i./, :■ .>.;j g & r . S t J * * V , * V - 1 ' 7 "; -^7*V. i_V<**.'.* '> " ' .&. •■36’ : .-ta V -^ eH . ':r ■'■•"v •,/ Tax Valuation Is Reduced Chitty: Mobile Home Cut Value Of Property Bins at the Davie Landfill are clearly marked as to what types of recyclable materials are allowed inside. — Photos by James Barringer Recycling Program Under Way By Mike-BartihurtH ---------------- Davie County Enterprise-Recced Old newspapers, cardboard, bot­ tles and drink cans are no longer trash. ‘ They arc recyclable. ’ And they can be dumped into containers at the Davie County Landfill to be sent to recycling centers. There is no charge for dumping thc recyclable materials. The materials must, however, be separated and deposited into the right containers at the landfill. The glass container has three compartments, one each for white, green and brown glass. Those types of glass must be separated before deposited. I Labels can remain on the jars and bottles, but metal lids and caps must be removed. Windows, dishware and glasses will not be accepted. Large appliances will be ac- ccpted for recycling as is, said landfill director Junior Barbee, with landfill staff taking off any iwm-rccyclaMe motors. Food cans will not be accepted as metals. Drink cans will be accepted in another bin, whether made of a|timinum or not, Barbee said. ;Ncwsprint will be accepted in one paper container, while card- tioard will be accepted in thc other. Magazines will not be accepted. : Thc recycling center is located just inside the entrance of the land­ fill, off Turrentine Church Road eiist of Mocksvillc. 7 “ It’sgraveled all around there,” Barbee said, adding that it shouldn't be difficult to bring rccyclables io the landfill. “ There’s no charge. “ We're already getting some. I want it to pick up and I feel like it will.” he said. The recycling idea is a part ofthc county's efforts to reducc thc amount of waste buried in the county landfill. That waste, accor­ ding to state law, must be reduced by 25 percent. New Liners For Landfill County commissioners Monday afternoon approved the purchase of a $5(K) liner for the landfill. The liner would be used at the end of each day to cover the land- STOP • Sandra Draughn greets visitors at the Davie County Landfill. By Mike llarnhardt Davie County Enterprise-Record Lcna Chitty said a mobile homc placed in front of her Dog Trot Road homc reduced thc value of her property. County commissioners, acting as thc board of equilization and rcvicw Monday afternoon, agreed, and reduced thc tax evaluation on Chitty’s home from $64,370 to $45,000. Value ofthe land around thc homc was left thc same. "Thc proximity (to the mobile 1)on)'e)doesTcducryour1oivalue, but not the 12-acre strip." said board member Bert Bahnson. Mary Nell Richic, who was sworn in as Davie tax assessor minutes before the hearing, argued against thc reduction. She read a letter written by former tax assessor Darryl Parker considering the Chitty valuation. “ That’s a lie.” Chitty said as Richie was reading Parker's letter. "I'm going to find out who said that. This is Mr. Parker’s idca and he just plain-out licd." The assessor claimed the mobile homc doesn't affect Chitty’s pro­ perty more than other mobile homes in thc samc arca, which werc there when Chitty purchased thc homc. Chitty said she only objects to one mobile, for which land was recently sold. "I tried to buy this land and hc told mc he didn’t have a spoonful to scll. That was old fill, and would last from four to five months, Barbcc said. Now, graders put dirt over thc trash at thc end of each day. "I think it svill save us a lot of money,” Barbcc said. County May Buy Equipment Davic County is considering buying a motorgradcr for use at the landfill. The equipment, owned by Barbcc, is already being used, he said. Hc asked the county to pay $9,666. "It's a good machine,” Barbce said. “ Wc’rc going to necd it more and morc." John Barbcr, acting county manager, said the motor grader was not included in the equipment the county bought from Barbee when it took over operation ofthe landfill two years ago. “ Junior has been generous." Barber said. Barber asked County Attorney John Brock to investigate whether the county could buy thc machine from Barbcc. because stale law stipulates how items can he bought from county employees. Jim Stockert, county finance director, said the county should be able to buy thc motor grader because it is used equipment. Easter Specials... man John Scamon. "This mobile home is in my yard, almost. If you think that’s nice, try it." Chitty said. “Thedo£ lot is right on my property. What I object to is having that person’s back yard in my front yard.” ; Chitty said thc other mobile homcs in the neighborhood didn’t bother her. "1 don’t care how many thcy put in the neighborhood,- just not in front of my yard.” - Her attorney, Everett Murphrey, said the home and land could not bc sold for thc $81,830 tax valua* tionV"He askcd fo? a 40 percent rcduction. The mobile home, he said, “ is the reason for tiw depreciation of this property.” Murphrey said the letter from- Parkcr, who resigned effective- March 31, shouldn’t be considered because it was dated April 2. County Attorney John Brdck said thc board could consider the lcttcr because Richie had the same opinion and was in the assessor's office when Parker formed hit opinion. “That letter is a lie and I mean for ya’II to know that,” Chitty said, after she had been asked to quiet down by her attorney and by Brock. After the decision was made, she thanked the board members. Then- she turned to her attomey and ask­ ed, “ Now, are you going to take me to jail." “ No," he said, “I’mtakingyou to lunch.” ')i; ilM Large Assortment Russell Stover® Candy ★ Eggs ★ Baskets ★ Boxes Basketnileri Foil-a-Egg Wrap-a-Egg Egg Dye, Candy Eggs, Plush Rabbits (All Sizes) Easter Chicks Etc. Enhanced 911 Gets Initial OK From County An improved 911 telephone system received initial approval of county commissioners Monday afternoon. When in place, the new system would print on a computer screen the exact location, by road name and number, any call to the 911 emergency system. “If you dial 911 and pass out before they get to you, they’ll know to send somebody there,” spidR.C. Smith, chairman of thc q*u*y commission. “Overall, it’s a:iwd good program." '" Koontz, County Line ;,Fire Department chief, nwsioners to fon- wouWdo, addition to local telephone bills for two years. It would include numbering for the roads. The county firelighters associa­ tion, communications department, EMS and sheriff’s department en­ dorse the proposal, Koontz said. "lt would shorten the dispatch time for any emergency in the county, lt could be by several minutes,” he said. “ There’s no losers. It’s a winner for everybody." Smith asked Koontz to make recommendations for a committee to study the idea,and to get a bid from another company. "if you’re going to do it, do it right,"Koontz said. “If you’re noi, don’t mes^ wiUi it." 'O. Large Assortement Plush Animals Easter Cards Party Supplies When you care enough to send the very best... Fo$ter-Rauch Drug Co Wilkesboro Street, Mocksvllle 704-634-2141 ,v; '■:';< -V, DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, Apr# S, l» * -S ‘ Davie Joins Forsyth, Yadkin Counties in River Study By Mike Burnhurdt Davie County Enterprise-Record The Y;idkin Rivcr. It’s a tremendous recrcalion;il and economic attraction to this area, Forsyth County officials told Davie County commissioners Monday afternoon. Davic commissioners agreed to spend $1,250 for a study of the river. Yadkin County will pay lhe same amount, and Forsyth Coun­ ty will pay 55,000. Glenn Simmons, staff director with the City-County Planning Board for Winston-Salcm and For­ syth County, said the study would be conductcd as a part of the stale Natural Heritage Program. Historical areas, plants and animal life will bc identified on a 26-mile strctch of the river from Yadkin County and Forsyth to the Davic-Davidson line. Davic public works supervisor David Plott said he had seen a similar study ofthe Eno River. “ It gives you a real good tool to do your land use planning,” Plott said. "Any time you can look at the river like this, it's a good thing to do,” said Joe Matthews, director of the Northwest Piedmont Coun­ cil ofGovernmcnts. “ It should go up the river (beyond Yadkin) and down the river (beyond Davie). It’s a vcry important thing to do. “ This is not anything to upset anybody, where sonieb(Kly's going to come in and make a whole lot of recommendations,’’ Matthews said. John Holleman, chairman ofthe Forsyth County commissioners, said all governments controlling usc of land on the river need to cooperate. “ We share one thing in common — that’s the Yadkin River,” Hollcinan said. "It’s important all of us work together. We're ex­ tremely serious about this because we know this area cannot grow without the^Yadkin River.” £ Simmons said a task force, which iiidiklcil Daviu commis­ sioner Beri UaUnson, evaluated lhe status of the river. “ The real value ol' the river is in its water i|uality." Simmons said. "Without water quality, you might as well lbrget ahout recrea­ tional use." The walcr quality is determined by development along the river, Simmons said. "Development pressures are go­ ing to start impacting the river. There’s more development interest along the river as people move to thc arca and want to move into that type of environment." Simmons said he didn't fully ap­ preciate lhe river until he spent a day tliere. "Most people think ol' what they sce when they drive over on 1-40. You really don’t understand the river until you get down close to it — use the river. ‘‘The real appreciation of the rivcr comes when you gel down on it." Simmons said. “The pericncc is one of solitude, remarkable expcricncc." The study of thc river will i at least a year, because it witi l looked at through four seasons.*y iV/'| E'.v/..ftk; Deputy Shoots Goat ’-; Davie County Sheriff Bill Wooten said, the department is upologi/.ing to the family which owned a goat- shot to death by a deputy last week. "They want an apology." he said of the Kenncih Bowles fami­ ly of Howell Road. "We're not above that. Wc’ll give them an apology. We regret it happened." Wooten said Deputy Danny Or- ren was called sent to residences off Howell Road on March 27. when Heidi Sue Dionne called and said her neighbor's goat was block­ ing her from getting to her car. Orrcn found the estimated 180-pound steer goat and attemp­ ted three times to'lead it back to its lot, Wooten said. "Every lime, he (goat) would follow him back like he was going toattack." At one time. 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Arrests The following were arrested hy the Davie County Sherifl"s Department. — Ronald Charles Reynolds, 25. of Routc 8, Mocksvillc. charged March 23 with a probation violation. — Billy Michael York. 27. of Routc 9, Mocksvillc, charged March 24 with DWI. — Sylvia Elizabeth Parks. 35. of Winston-Salem, charged Marvli 25 with writing a worthless check. — Kevin Patrick Martin. 28. of Charlotte, charged March 24 with DW1 and possession of a stolen vehicle. — Jamcs Allen Eldridge. 24. of Northwood Apartments, Mocksvillc, charged March 25 with assault and communicating threats. — Susan Diana Edwards. 36, of Route I. Mocksville. charged March 23 with writing a worthless check. — StephanieCamien “ Shorty"" Alulon. 16. of Route 3. Mocksville. charged March 24 with damage to personal property. — Tammy Rose Griffin. 17. of Route 3, Mocksville. charged March 24 with damage to personal property. — Charles Davie “ Doodle" Jacobs, 20. of Coolcemec, charg­ ed March 30 with failure to appear in court on charges ofbeing intox­ icated and disruptive. — Chadwick Dwayne Murray. 18. of Winston-Salem, charged March 30 with breaking, entering and larceny. — Scott Alan Wagner, 16, of Route 7, Mocksvillc, charged March 27 with larceny. — Kenny Dale Brown. 18, of Route 2, Advance, charged March 28 with larceny. — Cynthia Dcnise Dalton, 29, of Routc 7, Mocksvillc. charged April I with writing a worthless check. — James Andrew Clcndenin, 21. of Routc 4, Mocksvillc, charg­ ed March 30 with driving without a liecnsc. — Misty Dawn Griffin, l7, of; 306 Alamosa Drivc, Advance,’ charged March 27 with damage to property. — Kcnny Fitzgcrald ljamcs, 24, ofMocksville. charged March 28' with damage to personal property, — Faruq Peterson, 18, of 230 Rolling Hills Lanc, charged March-> 30 with speeding. Land Transfers The following land transfers have been filed with the Davie County register of deeds. The transactions arc listed by parties involved, acreage, township and decd stamps purchascd, with SI representing S1.00(). — David H. Cozart and Rosemary G. Cozart to Eugene F. PottsandCarolynG. Potts, 1 lot, Mocksvillc, $79. — William T. Nivens Jr. to Leroy Nivcns and Jane R. Nivcns, 16.033 acres, Clarksville. $16.50. — Clarence M. Wall and Pansy Mae Wall to Clarence M. Wall and Pansy Mac Wall. 1 acre. — LcsterSain and Nellie B. Sain to Mac B. McClamrock, 3 lots, Mocksvillc, $5. — Jerry W. Robertson and Rebecca B. Robertson to Frcd T. Broadway and Lueille C. Broad­ way, 1 tract, Mocksville. — Norman Smith Sr. and Dorothy Smith to Norman Smith Jr., 1 tract. Mocksville. — Evercttc E. Smith and Aileen M. Smith to thc Town of Mocksvillc, I tract, Mocksville, $100. — Wadc D. Grubb and Judy Grubb to Evcrette E. Smith and Aileen M. Smith, I lot, Mocksvillc, $114. — N. Waync Eaton and Mary M. Eaton to Marcus D. Harris and Mary Lynn E. Harris, .062 aerc, Mocksvillc. — Arthur C, Spaugh Sr. to Rosie C. Spaugh, I tract. Shady Grove. — Harry C. Pope and Iris Pope to Raj Agarwal, .9 acrc, Calahaln, $43. — Kenneth E. Furchcs and Joyce D. Furchcs to John D. Walker, I tract, Mocksvillc, $29.50. — Richard B. Andcrson and Willa Anderson to R.J. Childress and Margaret Childress. I tract, Farmington, $80. — Jcrry F. ShoffncrtoGcrald I. Hempstead and Lillie S. Hemp­ stead, 2 tracts, Clarksville, $38. — Potts Investments toJohn W. Doub and Dcborah L. Doub, I lot. Shady Grovc, $27. — Philip Grayson to Ann M. Grayson, I lot, $25. — Joseph P. Bcnnctt to Hilda B. Foster, 1 tract, Shady Grove. — Ephriam W. Prevette and Betty Suc Prevctte to John C. Comunalc, I tract,. Clarksville, $22. — Gordon C. Hcndrix lo Craig,* Hcndrix Construction Company, 2; lots, Farmington, $10. — Benjamin F. Crotts and Boa- , nic C. Crotts to Benjamin F. Crotts' and Bonnie C. Crotts, 2 tracts, Jerusalem. Mocksville Police Two 1990 Plymouth Lazcrs were stolen early Monday morn­ ing from Furchcs Motor Co. on Dcpot Street in Mocksville. According to Mocksville Police Department Dctcctivc Wayne -Stoneman, the cars werestolen aftcr a breaking and entering at the business. One of thc cars was bright red, the othcr a bright whitc. They wcrc valued at $13,572 and $13,758, respectively. Thrcc othcr brcak-ins wcrc reported Monday morning. Cash was reported taken from the Davie County Public Library on North Main Street, and from Herman's Cleaners on Yadkinville Road. Nothing was reported stolen, but a window had been broken at Carolina Tire,'al"sb ori Ya3k"invilRf' Road. — John Joseph Frye of Oak Street reported March 31 the larceny ofhis pickup truck. It was recovered later thc same day on Milling Road. A stereo power booster and tools had been stolen. — Kimberly Mabe ofLcxington reported March 31 thc breaking, entering and larceny of a pocket- book from a car parked off Oak Street. The pocketbook was later recovercd. """—"Gerald L'oftg oPNorth *Mainr Street reported March 31 the breaking, entering and larceny of a spotlight and a fiourcsccnt emergency light from a vehicle parked at his residence. Thc lights were later recovered. — Dallas Baker reported March 29 four old cars parked behind his Hardison Street residence had becn damaged. • Mary Tucker Byers, 63, of Statesville, was arrested on April I for DWI. • • Jcsse Franklin Mabc. 22, of 900 N. Main St., Mocksville, was arrested for a state probation viola­ tion on March 31. He was turned over to Forsyth County authorities, where hc also faces charges-, Stoncman said. • Sandra Whitley, 28, of 300 Milling Road, was arrested March 30 for four counts of obtaining a controlled substance by forgery (forgcd prescriptions). A court hearing is scheduled for May 10. Bond was sct at $ 1,000. • Thc driver of a car was cited for making an unsafe traffic move­ ment afteracollision on U.S. 601 at Jim’s Fruit Market March 28 at 4:19 p.m. According to a report by Mocksvillc Police Patrolman T.H. Blackwelder, Wayne Norman Johnson, 54, ofRoute 9, Mocksville, was driving his cat‘ from Jim’s parking lot onto U.S. 601 when he failed to see a car driven by Jack Gaither Koontz, 47, ofRoute 1. Mocksville. The two cars collided as Koohtt i was turning his car right onto the parking lot, Blackwelder reported. Damage to the 1985 Chrysler driven by Johnson was estimated. at $50, to thc 1983 Ford driven by , Koontz, $350. Sheriff’s Department The following incidents were reported to the Davie County Sheriff's Department. — Kevin Shane Gilbert of Route 3, Mocksvillc. reported March 20 the larceny of money from a mobile home off Cedar Grove Church Road. — Mary Elaine Tatum of Routc 2, Mocksville, reported March 28 someone knocked out the back side, window of her vehicle parked at Sunset Apartments. — Kenneth Waypa of 475 Coun­ try Lane reported March 25 the larceny of a vehicle from his residence. — Cecil Ellis Leagans of Routc 5, Mocksville. reported March 23 a mailbox and sign off Pudding Ridge Road were damaged. — Lester Ray Evans of Route 2, Mocksvillc, reported March 26 the larceny ofa bed, with an estimated value of"$l50, from an outbuilding Hospital ER offU.S. 158at Howardtown Road. — Sandra Gay Edmonds of Pfafftown reported March 26 so­ meone damaged a driver's mirror and hood of her vehicle at 126 Creekwood Drive. — Frances Irene Underwood of Mocksville reported March 26 the breaking, entering and larceny of an aircomprcssor, twojacks, and .stcrco systcm from Fibcr Glass Shop off Ralph Ratledge Road. — Brad Bullock of Routc 3, Mocksvillc, reported March 25 so­ meone was trespassing on a Davic County Watershed area off Cor- natzcr Road. — Robin Alicia Altcn of Routc 3. Advance, reported March 24 thc larceny of a vehicle, with an estimated value ofS6.000, from a drive off Peoples Creek Road. — Adlai Wade Spurliti of Ennicc reported March 21 the breaking and entering ofa camper parked off The following people were treated in the emergency room at Davie County Hospital last week. Hospital officials only release in­ formation on patients they consider a public record because of the nature of the injury. — Michael L. Johnson, 27, 7:34 p.m. March 30, minor cut suffered in auto accident, treated and — Wade !\ Beaver. 28. 8:15 a.m. March 30. bruisessulTered in auto accident, treated and released. — Pauline Tatum, 87.4:30 p.m. March 26, chest trauma suffered in auto accident, transferred to North Carolina Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem. — Adelaide P. Shuping, 73, 4:36 p.m. March 26. cut and scrapes suffered in auto accident, treated :intl released.____________ U.S. 601 at l-40. — Nathan Franklin Smith of Route 3, Mocksville, reported March 25 the attempted breaking and entering ofa mobile homc off Milling Road. — Deputy Larry Meadows reported March 24 that someone sprayed paint on N.C. Department ofTransportation signs and roads at Mock Church Road and Wood Valley. -*Susan J. Cole of Route 8, Mocksvillc, reported March 19 so­ meone spun tires throwing gravel onto her car off Fostall Road. — Billie Gay Allen of2l04 La- Quinta Drive. Advance, reported March 22 someone tore the flag off of and sct a firecracker olT inside of his mailbox. — Gerald Ettgcnc Whitaker of Route 6, Mocksville, reported March 28 the larceny of lawnniowers from an outbuilding off Duke Whitaker Road. — Dorothy BerryhillofRoute4, Advance, reported March 31 she had received an obscene telephone call. — Beurita Bolling of Routc 2, Advance, reported Aprjl I so­ meone stole a radio from a car parked at Fork Exxon, U.S 64 and N.C. 801. — Dennis R. Lanning ofRoute 8, Mocksville reported March 31 four tires were cut on a truck park­ ed off Richie Road. — Brodie Washington Rudd Jr. reported April 1 the larceny from a residen'cc off Fern'w6od Lane. — Jcrry Chris Slonc of Advance reported April 1 hc had received harassing telephone calls. — Virginia Carter Smith of Route 3, Mocksvillc, reported March 30 she had received harass­ ing telephone calls. — Dean Joseph Stedmon of Midway Park reported March 31 the larceny of a vehicle parked at Williams Ex.xon. 1-40 and Farm­ ington Road. — Salynn Mayrce Steele of Coolcemec reported April 1 a larceny from a residence off Hickory Street. — June Burgess Bracken of Highwav Patrol Route 6, Mocksvillc, reported March 28 thc larceny of a whccl cover from a vchicle parked at Davie High School. — Freddie Shore Cane of 126 Sunset Drive, Mocksville, reported March 30 thc breaking, entering and larceny from an apartment. — Florence Evelane Fcsperman of Salisbury reported March 28 grave markers had bcen knocked over in the Clement Grave Yard off Eaton Road, near Mocksville. — Daniel Gray Dowell ol'King reported March 29 the breaking, entering and larceny from a residence off Gun Club Road. — Charlie Roger Dull of Routc 8, Mocksville, reported March28 thc breaking, entering and larceny from a residence off N.C. 801 in thc Pino community. — Edward Randy Gardner of Mocksvillc reported March 28 the larceny of a leather coat from thc •clubhouse at Bermuda Run. — Deborah Gale Jamcs of Coolcemec reported March 27 thc larceny of a bicycle from a porch off Jerusalem Avenue. — Danny Lambertof Route 2,' Mocksvillc, reported March 28 the" breaking, entering and larceny' from a residcnce off Cedar Grove Church Road. — Mclvin Fogg, Davic High assistant principal, reported March ■' 27 thc larceny of wallets from lockers in thc school gym. — Mary Bcth Link of Coolccmcc reported March 29 a knife had becn stuck inthe rcartire of her vehicle parked off Davie Academy Road. •'. — Mark Edward Parchment of Routc 7, Mocksvillc, reported' March 29 a car was driven off thc road, damaging a lawn offJericho Church Road. — David Ray Powell of Mocksville reported March 27 his truck had been damaged at F&F Barbecue, Greasy Corner. — Steven Raymond Seamon of Route 9, Mocksvillc, reported March 30 someone removed the lug nuts from a whccl on his car parked in Lakewood Trailer Park. The following traffic accidents werc investigated by the N.C. Highway Patrol last week in Davie County. Man Charged With DW'1 A P.r.>r>n*hnrp_m;in wns r Fires kur&: ' Davie fire departments respond­ ed to thc following calls last week: • March 26: Farmington. 3:49 p.m., auto accident, Farmington Road and 1-40. March 27: Coolccmcc, 4:56 p.m., car fire, Handi Cupboard; f%mington, 5:15 p.m., grass firc, North Pino Road, Emmett Thurlo udence; Fork, tree fire, 5:57 p.m., U.S. 64, aci"oss from Exx- MaUon. 28: Smith Grove, 4:02 ,,Hdwenkown Roed and,U.S. fire, ■ v W m i * Mocksville, 10:28 "il.S e,leM rP ^eh p i, North Main Street; Smith Grove, 11:50 a.m., auto accident, Rcdhtnd Road at U.S. 158. March 30: Jerusalem, 7:31 a.m.. auto accident, U.S. 601 south at Riverdale Road; Mocksville, 10:52 a.m., U.S. 601 at Comfort lnn; Smith Grove, 3 p.m., auto accident, Bermuda Quay Shopping Center; Mocksvillc, 7:23 p.m., auto acci­ dent, U.S. 64 past Edward’s Furniture. April 1: Mocksville, 4:36p.m., propane leak in vehicle, Squire Boone Plaza; Coolecmee, 6:07 p.m., auto accidcnl, Pinc Ridge cd with DW1 after a single vehicle accident March 30 on U.S. 64. According to a report by Trooper K.B. Steen, Michael Leonard Johnson, 27, was travel­ ing cast on U.S. 64 at 7:22 p.m. just west of Mocksville. He drove his car off thc thc left shoulder ofthe road, struck a dit- chbank, spun around, and struck the bank again, the trooper reported. Johnson was treated for minor cuts at Davie County Hospital and rcaleased. Damage to Johnson’s 1988 Toyota was estimated at $10,000. Mercedes Crashes O ff U.S. 601 A Cooleemee man was injured in a single vehicle accident when his Mercedes went down an em­ bankment March 30. Wade Franklin Beaver, 29, was treated for bruises and released from Davic County Hospital. According to a report by Trooper B,L. Crider, Beaver was traveling northwest on u .x oui 6.4 miles southeast of Mocksville when he drove off thc side of the road and went down an embank­ ment. His car struck a telephone switchbox and utility pole. Beaver was charged with careless and reckless driving. Damage to Beaver’s 1972 Mercedes was estimated at $500. Advance Man Charged An Advance man was charged with making an unsafe traffic movement March 26 after a two vehide accident on N.C. 801 at' 7:30 a.m. Kcith Lcnnon Joncs, 35, of Route 4, was traveling south on N.C. 801 when he attempted a left turn, according to a report by Trooper L.D. Chappell. Jones fail­ ed to see and drove his truck into the path of a car driven by Lori Young Bailey, 26, of Route 2, Advance. Damage to Bailey's I9S7 Chevrolet was estimated at $1,500, atm to Jones's I98S Fiiid. 5500.- l'wo Women Injured ln Wreck Two women were injured March 26 alter a three vehicle wreck on Farmington Road at 2:10 p.m. Adelaide P. Shuping. 73. of Salisbury was treated for scrapes and cuts and released from Davic County Hospital. A passenger iu Shuping’sear, PaulineTatum. S7, ()fSalisbury, was treated forchest injuries at N.C. Baptist Hospital. According to a report hy Trooper C.D. Jones, Shuping had stopped at the Farmington Road exit from M0. She tried to drive her car onto Farmington Road when she failed to see a car driven. north by Joan Millers Watson, 50, of Route 4, Yadkinville, The two collided. Watson's car then skidded into the southbound land ofFarm- ington Road and collided with a car driven by Karen Shirley Gcorgc, 38, of Winston-Salem. Watson’s car also hit the guardrail. Shuping was charged with mak­ ing an unsafe traffic movement? Damage to Shupin's 1990 Buick was estimated at $6,000: to Wat­ son s 1989 Ford, $4,000; atid to GeorgeV|V86 Hyundai. $300. DIAL 911 For Emergency Fire, Police And Rescue Assistance ! i DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 5 l<W -7 Court Briefs Advance Man Found Guilty Of Letting Goat Run Free An Advance man was l'miiul guilty lasl wcek in Davie District Court of allowing his livestock to run free. Tcd Simmons of Route 3 was charged after his neighbor. R.K. Williams said Simmons' goat gets out frequently from his backyard fence. “ When he lets it out ofthe fence. the goat roams all aromul." said Williams, ''lt doesn't know to stay in his yard. I know I don’t want it in my yard." Simmons said he recently put up aSl,400 fence in an effort to keep the goat in and that he has never allowed his goat to roam around freelv. •‘‘He (Williams) exaggerates a little too often." said Simmons. “ We try our hest to keep it con­ tained." Judge William ljames ordered Simmons to 10dayssuspended for one year, pay $10 fine and court costs. He was ordered to keep the goat on his own property. Mocksville Man Convicted Of DWI For Fifth Time A Mocksville man who has had four previous DW1 convictions was found guilty last week in Davie District Court of another DWI. James Lee Grissom of Route 7 was stopped in Coolccmee Jan. 6 by Coo!eemee Police officer Gary T. Voglcr. Grissom told Judge William ljames he has had four DWI charges in his life. Grissom, who chose not to have an attorney, was also convicted of seven other charges including: driving without a driver's license, failure to stop for a blue light and siren, reckless driving, carrying a concealed weapon (an oriental weapon consisting of two sticks held together by a rope or chain), driving a vehicle without in­ surance, driving 50 mph in a 35 niph zone and consuming a malt beverage in the passenger area of a car. Grissom registered a .17 on the Breathalyzer test. A . 10 is legally drunk in North Carolina. Grissom was scntcnced to one yearsuspended I’orthrccycars. pay $1,000 fine and court costs, sur­ render his driver’s license and not operate a motor vehicle until pro­ perly licensed, spend seven days in jail, obtain substancc abuse assess­ ment and comply with recommen­ dations of assessing agency. Jrfi'K,*KS ^ $ '5 S f f i S ^-'-'-v^:#.^^M ti-..f'*S<t'w^ 1- • l& -,*?^$fiffiy , rt S E ^ & S ;-S N ^ J i^ .• ^ M ^ # ^ $ 3 f 5 # i SJ * .: M i$*'.'? ■ •■ :Jpi3Ki;*rrci *':ty% A*,t* /A : ^^yf5>.45E i M M Arvil Wilford Groce of Yadkinville waits for trooper at accident scene on U.S. 601 last week. — Photo by Robin FerguMon Car, Truck Crash On U.S. 601 Pulliam Wants Another Chance At Staying Sober Herbert Pulliam said he wanted to give it another try. Pulliam, 28, of Route 4, Mocksville, was in Davie District Court last wcek for a probation violation. He was previously charged with assault on a female and was sentenced on Feb. 22 of this year to 24 months suspended for two years and ordered not to usc or possess any illegal drugs or alcohol. When Pulliam reported to John Bivins, his probation officer, Bivins said Pulliam smelled strong­ ly of alcohol. Pulliam submitted to a Breathalyzer test and registered a .25 each time he blew into the machine. A .10 is legally drunk in North Carolina. Bivins also told Judge William ljames last week he received a call froni Pulliam’s mother on Feb. 24 and said Pulliam was drinking at her house. “ I'd like for the court to havc_. mercy." said Pulliam. “ I’ll give it a try." ljames revoked his probation and ordered Pulliam to prison. Pulliam filed an appeal. “ You're still on probation and you still need to report to him (Bivins)," said ljames. “ Youdon’t need to be drinking." No one was injured in a two vehicle accident March 30 in front ofthe Comfort Inn on U.S. 601. According to a report by Trooper W.D. Grooms, Arvil Wilford Groce. 67. ofYadkinvillc was traveling south on U.S. 601 at 10:50 a.m. when he attempted to make a left turn into the Comfort Inn. Groce failed to see a pickup truck traveling north on U.S. 601, driven by Charles Ellis Marshall, 51, of Route 4, Front Royal, Va. "Uroce drove h"is car into the left side of Marshall’s truck. Grooms estimated each car’s; traveling speed at 45 mph. Groce was charged with making an unsafe traffic movement. Damage to Groce’s 1984 slatkm wagon was estimated at $2,500; • and to Marshall's 1986 Dodge truck, $1,500. Car Driven Beneath Bus Possession Of Marijuana Charge Is Upheld A Winston-Salem man was found guilty in Davie District Court last week of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Charles B. Basinger, 21, was , stopped Jan. 17 on 1-40 by Officer Sammy Angell of the Department of Motor Vehicles. Angell said Basinger was travel­ ing on H 0 at about 50 mph in the posted 65 mph speed limit at 11 p.m. Angell said Basinger cross­ ed the center line two times and he stopped him to check to see if he had been drinking. After he stopped Basinger. Angell said he saw a bag ofmari- juana in the lloor in front of the driver’s seat and a cooler of beer in the back. He then charged Bas­ inger with the drug charges and DWI. Basinger was found not guilty of DWI. He registered a .09 and a . 10 on the Breathalyzer test. The courts accept only the lowest reading of the two tests. A . 10 is considered legally drunk in North Carolina. “ He said he had drank three beers that day and had not smok­ ed any marijuana," said Angell. “ He gave me consent to search the ear." Basinger was convicted of possession of more than 'h ounce but less than 1 'h ounces of marijuana. Judge William ljames sentenced him to six months suspended for one year, pay $100 fine and court costs, obtain substance abuse assessment and comply with recommendations of assessing agency. A 16-year-old Advance teen­ ager su(fcred.ii minor injur.y.afler. he drove his car into the rear of a school bus Monday morning on Yadkin Valley Road. Howard T. Riddle of Route 6 received a cut above the eye, ac­ cording to N.C. Highway Patrolman W.D. Grooms. Grooms said Riddle was traveling behind the school bus, driven by Merlie • .ANen, 44, ofRoute 2, Mocksville, in heavy fog at 8:05 a.m. Allen had just finished picking up students and was getting the bus moving again when Riddle failed to see the bus ahead ofhiin because ofthe heavy fog and drove his car in to the rear of the bus. Grooms said Riddle’s car went all the way under the back of the bus and up the steering wheel in his car. “He was very fortunate," said Grooms. No one on the bus was injured.' Riddle was charged with driving too fast for conditions. Damage to Riddle’s 1986 Hon­ da was estimated at $4,500, and to the school bus owned by the Davie County Board of Education, $100.. April, 9 Last Day To Register Woman Can’t Sleep Well After Peeping Tom Kelly .Caudill s;iys she stiil can't sleep good after she saw a man looking through her window a few weeks ago. Caudill identified a Mocksville resident. Perry Simmons, as the man who looked at her through a window at her home on Avon Street on March 16. Sinmions,,who denied knowing anything about the incident, was found guilty last wcek in Davie District Court. According to Caudill, she had just gotten out of the shower and was drying her hair when she saw 'a VnVtiV stiVndinu vrutsideofthe win­ dow with his face right up against the glass. “ Hejust stood there,” she said. “ He didn't run or anything." Caudill said Simmons was wear­ ing a blue sweatshirt with the hood pulled over the top ofhis head. She said he had the same thing on when he was picked up the next day. Simmons said he does not own a blue sweatshirt with a hood. Caudill said her husband and her brother went out looking for the person and when they saw Sim­ mons walking along side of the •—road ;• he ran • tlirough-the-xvoods— ♦ Simmons told Judge William ljames he was not guilty and that he does not have a place to live. “ They (police) had already askcd me to move from the post office and other areas I've tried to sleep in at night. They'd seen me walk­ ing arouiVtown.' i guess7freyjusT figured I'd done it." Simmons was sentenced to six months suspended for two years unsupervised probation and ordered not to go arouml the pro- secutine witness. Man, 21, Convicted Of Breaking, Entering, Larceny A 21-year-old Mocksville man was given a two year .suspended sentence last week in Davie District Court on charges of breaking, entering and larceny. Michael Curtis Bethea was sentenced to two years suspentled for three years on charges of misdemeanor breaking and enter­ ing, misdemeanor larceny and car­ rying a concealed weapon. A <->vtrpp n f pn>^.><dpn o f stolen goods was dismissed. According to Detective Matt Dillon with the Davie County Sheriff's Department. Dillon received a call about tliat the Jeff Shaver residence had been broken into and $2,400 worth of stereo equipment stolen. Dillon said he was informed about Bethea trying to sell some stereo equipment on Feb. 5. Dillon said he went to Bethea’s vehicle and saw the equipment in the back seat of his car on Feb. 6. Dillon said he stopped Bethea driving the car later on in the day. Dillon said Bethea admitted the stereo was stolen and gave Dillon permission to search the car. Dillon said he found a .22 caliber gun in the console. Judge William ljames ordered Bethea to make restitution to Shaver in the amount of $300 for damages to the residence. Dillon said a door had been kicked in. ljames also ordered Bethea to pay a $100 fine and court costs and was given credit for a substance abuse assessment and ordered to ' cuiiipl> with the recommendations of the assessing agency. Bethea had no prior convictions. Registration deadline for the up­ coming primary and Scluiol Board elections is Monday, April 9. Any Davie County resident desiring tovote in these elections must be properly registered on or before this deadline. Registrations or corrections may be filed in the ...JBoitrd..oJ-.Elefflkm,s._Qffkc..(Rooin. 103 of the Courthouse), the Davie County public libraries. Bookmobile, or with any precinct election official, or special registra­ tion commissioner. The 14 polling locations in Davie County will be open between 6:30 " a7m.' atCT7!.\CJ |I.I1I. ruesttayrMay- 8, for electors to select two members for the Davie County School Board, and for both Democrats and Republicans to select the candidates oftheir choice for the Novembergeneral election. Absentee voting by mail is available and will be available for any elector who will be out ofthe county the entire period that the polls will be open on May 8. or who will be unable to travel to the polls due to an illness, or disabili­ ty through Tuesday, May I. at 5 p.m. Applications may he filed by the elector, or on iheir behalf hy a member oftheir immediate fami­ ly. or legal guardian. "One Stop" absentee voting will be available in the elections office beginning Tuesday, April 10, and continuing through Friday. May 4, at 5 p.m. In this instance the elec­ tors come to the office, make their application, and cast their ballots while there. The only exception to either of the above absentee procedures is for an illncss br disability thal oc- curs after 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 1, for which application may be fil­ ed by the elector, or on their behalf by a member of their immediate family through noon Monday, May 7. This application must be cer- -Hfititl-l>ythe-plw^ici:mJn_charge...._ Members of the Davie County Board of Elections are meeting as required by the election laws of North Carolina to examine each application. Days and hours are posted on the door of the elections office. All absentee ballots must be returned to the elections office by 5p.tn.Monday,May7,tobe eligi­ ble for counting. If questions regarding register­ ing, or absentee voting, call the' elections office at 634-2027 bet-- ween 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Mondav-Friday._____ Special Registrations Scheduled Saturday The Davie County Board of Elections announce plans for three special registrations to he held across Davie County Saturday. April 7, sponsored by the Davie County Republican Women’s Club. Two election officials will be at each ofthe following locutions bet­ ween the hours of V and 11 a.m. to register nesv voters, or make needed precinct corrections in preparation for the May 8 primaries and school board elec­ tions: Wal-Mart. Boone Square; Coolccmee Super Market. Cooleemee: and Food Lion, Ber­ muda Quay. Registration deadline for eligibility to vote May 8 is Mon­ day. April 9. Harmony Teen Gets Suspended Sentence For Theft :v!s A Harmony teen-ager who stole a bicycle last July was given a iuspended sentence last weck in Davie District Court. • Leonard Roy Holland, 16, of Route 1, was charged July I with tarceny after taking a bicycle belonging to Serena O’Neal from ^e Cooleemee Supermarket. The pwiiy wai reduced by District At- tmey Junes Honeycutt to misde- ~ Urceny. ,iy . Hwtle, Cooleemee OiWw6mAeincidenfhv- taMfedg* WiUi*m Ij*rocs -.*^.._ - CpjppyPtoks; wW- iiivolved. Parks, 16, of Route 2, Harmony failed to appear for his court date last week and a warrant was issued for his arrest. Hartle said O’Neal had parked her bicycle out front ofthe super­ market and when she returned, it was gone. Michael Henderson, an employee at the store, gave a description to the Cooleemee Police Department of Holland and Parks and thc brown Chevrolet van they were driving. Hartle said members of the MocksviUe Mice department uop- ped *e van in MocksvilL-, whcre they recovered the bicycle. Holland was recently given two years probation in lredell County for a similur offense a week before the incident in Cooleemee. Judge ljames sentenced Holland to six months suspended for two years on supervised probation, ordered him to continue on proba­ tion in lredell County and complete lhe house arrest program they had him under, pay a $100 fme and court costs, not commit a similar offense and ordered not to go around the conJefendant, Corey Parks.................... l-C A P E -A B O U T -D A V lE -C O U N T Y Vote HAROLD FRANK For County Commissioner A Lifelong Republican I stand for the people and their rights, and will work hard for the Taxpayer. Your vote on May 8th will be for the people! Political Ad Paid For By Harold Frank *-DAV!E COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORl), THURSI)AY, April 5, 1990 Candidates Talk About Schools Continued From l'. 1 “ Wc’rc going lo havc to do something," Potts said. “ 1 cannot ask for money for addiiioniil classrooms when we have empty classrooms. 1 hope everybody will bc supportive and understanding." The candidates were asked to discuss teacher pay supplements. " I’ve always supported a supple­ ment," Potts said. “ I don't think we can compeie with Mecklenburg and Forsyth, because we don't have the resources ... but we School Briefs Davie Band May Go To London Davie High's band members are planning a trip to London, England. Band Director Robert Patillo told Davie board of education members about an invitation he received in the mail for the band lo perform in the New Year’s Day parade in London. "It’s thc largest event ol' its kind in Europe," he said. The parade is 2.2 milcs long. Superintendent Dr. William P. Steed told Patillo to go ahead with thc project and submit a proposal to the board at next month’s meeting on May 7. The cost of the trip is S999 per persons, not including all meals or ihc cost of getting to Washington, said Patillo. He said hc would like to schedule another tour in addition to thc thrce already in thc ■ package. The package includcs six nights accomodation and thc seventh night would be in flight. "I think this is a very educational opportunity and wc ought to jump on it," hc said. Students and band boosters would try to raise the money for the trip. State Board ‘Disappoints’ Steed Superintendent Steed said he was disappointed with the State School Board. The school system’s Senate Bill II plan, approved by the Davie School Board last month and sent to Raleigh March 7, is not on the agenda for the state board meeting this Wednesday or Friday. The Senate Bill II plan is designed to give schools the opportuni­ ty to choose its own goals. Steed said the proposal will go before the state school board in -May. College Classes Are Popular A total of2,804 Davie residents have been attending classes here in the county sponsored by Davidson County Community College. Superintendent Steed told Davie School Board members Mon­ day night that 816 were enrolled during thc fall quarter of 1989, 998 were enrolled during the winter of 1989-90, and 990 arc enrolled in the spring quarter of 1990. "These numbers represent what the community college has done for this county," he said. South Davie Council Speaks Members of South Davie Junior High’s Advisory Council reported to school board members Monday night on student activities. Vicky Ward told board members about an incentive program for students. South also has a class designed to prevent dropout rates and a behaviorally handicapped class. Ward said the advisory board is in favor of Channel One, the 12-minute television show designed forjunior high and high school students that the N.C. State Board recently banned schools in the ■statcfrom.showing.it,................ Summer school for grades one to 12 will be held at South Davie this summer. Ward asked the board not to allow the YMCA * have its after school day care at the school. "We need the afternoons for more maintenance on the building." she said. Ward said the school has had some isolated incidents ofvandalism. "We’ve had painting on the outside doors and on thc school sign out front.” she said. "And we’ve had some damage to some buses.’ Ward said 80'peicem of South'^~cmployee^i>re particip a county-wide wellness program designed throughout all the schools. Other members of the advisory council arc: Lorraine Blackwood, Mrgaret Clement. Mathew Vaughters and Frank Bahnson. 23 Fail Writing, Essay Tests Twenty-three students in Davie County failed the N.C. Writing and Essay Competency tests. Mike Hendrix told Davie School Board members Monday night. Hendrix, director of school and community relations, said a total of 188 students at Davie High took the test wiih 12 failing. At North Davie Junior High. 78 took the test and seven students failed. A total of 67 students at South Davie Junior High took the test, with four failing. Students will have a chance to take the test again, he said. Vocational Opportunities Outlined Neal Essic wants to provide Davie County students with an educa­ tion opportunity to prepare them for technical jobs after high school graduation. . F.ssic. vocational director for Davie County Schools, told Davie School Board members about Tech Prcp (technical preparation) on Monday night. "Tech Prep is designed to meet thc needs of the more technical oriented background," he said. "It will focus on non-college bound students." Tech Prcp is designed to give students a broad understanding of job opportunities, said Es'sic. "We are hoping to bring in as much technology as we can afford to bring in." The main goals of Tech Prep arc: to decrease the drop out rate, increase the technical literacy ofthe student, improve career/deci­ sion making processes, and to increase post secondary options for graduates. Next Year Begins On Aug. 21 Students will begin classes next year on Aug. 2l. Davie School Board members adopted the 1990-91 school calendar 00 Monday night. Teuchers will begin Aug. 14. Two days ofvuca- tion were scheduled for Thanksgiving, along with nine days for Christmas and six days for spring break. ' * Jww4 tsthe schedukfd fyst day of school in 1991 and will be 01 school’s graduation day. should try." College graduates entering industry can make lwicc the salary of a teacher wilh the same degree, Potls said. Norlon said supplements is especially imporiant to new teachers, and to the county’s recruitment of new teachers. "There is a need for higher sup­ plements. and this can only he done by approaching the county com­ missioners." Norton said. "All of us need to make our feelings known to the county commis­ sioners." "I am in favor of an increase," Grooms said, "if the money is available." What arc ilte candidates’ assess­ ment of public schools in Davie County. “ Davie County has a rcally good school system." Grooms aid. “ Wc have well qualified, devoted teachers and administrators." She also praised the community and business support of the schools. . Pott,s s*id.one realizes how good the Davie schools arc when thcy hear residents of neighboring coun­ ties offering praise. “ We have an excellcnt school system,” Potts said. “ It’s rcflectcd in our students and the many accomplishmcnts they have." Norton cited standard test scores, SAT scorcs and thc percentage of students passing the competency test in Davie County as having been consistently above state and national averages. “ Wc do have a good school system,” he said. While Norton thinks lhe 6-year terms are too long for lhe board of education, lhe incumbents, Potts and Grooms, think they should be left as is. “ Four years, rotaling the members, is enough." Norton said. "If it’s not broke, why fix it," Potts said. "The six year terms arc serving Davie County very well." "We’ve not had any problems." Grooms said. "1 wouldn’t be op­ posed il"the majority decided to do it." Harvey, given a timc lo speak at the end ofthe forum, said she had two major goals: doing away wilh splil classes and reducing lhe dropoul rale. "It is time for a fresh, new face — a ncw perspective," Harvcy said. “ We need people who arc not afraid to butt hcads with the establishment. I’m not afraid to step on some tocs if 1 need to." Harvey also favors higher teacher supplements, to make teaching attractive compared to jobs in private business. “ Wc nccd to attract more quality educators to our county,” she said. An attorney, Harvcy said she hopes to practicc law in Davic County. She moved lo Advance a couplc of years ago. “ It is a good place lo raise children, to school children," Harvcy said. “ Wc havc a lot of good things going on ... but there’s also some things wc can work on.” The candidatcs were asked why Board of education candidate Christine Harvey speaks M Mocksville Middle School forum last week. — Photo by Robin Fergueeon they’re seeking the office, and werc given an opportunity to say what thcy wanted. “ I’m interested in education because I’m a parent,” Grooms said. " I’ll do whatever I think is best for the children of Davie County.” ‘‘Wc havc a good school system,” Potts said. “ Serving on the board is a real challenge and it’s the board’s responsibility to have a good school system. Th#ie*s a lot of good things happening aad I would like to continue to be apW of that.” “I feel that I have something to offer the citizens of Davie Coun­ ty," ffcmon said. “I've always been interested in building better schools. I’m interested in working with the state, teachers, adminirtn- tion and citizens of Davie Coun­ ty.” Town May Face Sewage Crisis Continued From P. 1 what goes into the creeks from the waste-trcatment plant, he said. Mocksville Town Board members agreed the board should conduct talks with county commissioners. The county’s treatment plant, which serves the Coolecmee area wilh a capacity of3 million gallons a day, is located on and discharges into the South Yadkin River. Mocksville’s Dutchman Creek plant has a capacity of 640,000 gallons per day with an average Middle School Concept Okd Continued From P. I mature easier and would help deal with students at risk. Stccd said the school system should not force that age group to change too much. “ They are at a critical point." hc said. "Wc don’t want to start losing them too soon." Stei^l said the middle school con­ cept is a trend in North Carolina. “ We’ve noi gone any further than approving the plan," he said. “ Wc nced to study lhe concept and how ii will apply to Davie Coun­ ty-’’ *Stced said he plans to get a task force of teachers to attend workshops and receive training from consultants. Soine have already received information and training on the concept, he said. School board members have recently attended workshops deal­ ing with the concept and agree it can be implemented in Davie County. U.S. 601, Valley Road ork To Begin Soon daily flow of 400,000 gallons of waste. The Bear Creek plant has a capacity of 191,000 gallons per day with an average flow of 145,000 gallons of waste. “We wouldjust be a fraction of what would be in there (the coun­ ty’s plant),” said Town Manager Terry Bralley. Bralley said something should be decided within five years. If the town if forced to move off the two small creeks, both of the treatment plants would be abandon­ ed, said Town Planner Steve Leary. The Bear Creek plant was con­ structed without a bond issue in 1984. Also in 1984, no bonds were used in the addition to the Dut­ chman Crcek plant. The cost was "about $l ini 11 ion. “To initiate talks won’t cost us anything,” said Mocksville Mayor Nick Mando. “We may not feel it will affect us, but we need to talk about this and help our future generation and give ttem a little bit better than what we have.” BERMUDA VILLAGE - The widening of U.S. 601 from 1-40 to Valley Road is scheduled lo begin in mid-April. Landis Sattcrwhitc. with thc N.C. Department of Transporta­ tion, told Mocksville Town Board members at a workshop here on March 28 that the widening will provide a turn lane from 1-40 to Valley Drive. The construction will then turn onto Valley Drive, which will be made wider. A stoplight will replace lhe llashing yellow and red lighl at Valley Drive and U.S. 64. Widening will continue on Valley Road by lngcrsoll Rand. “ We may have to require closing that part of Valley Road to traffic for a short period of time," said Satterwhite. Satterwhite said the construction will take out the dip and the dangerous curve in Valley Road that have caused several accidents. Satterwhite said the widening of lhe road would help ease transfer truck traffic (hrough downtown Mocksville. A sign could be put up to reroute the heavy truck traffic, he said. Satterwhile said a signal light will not be put up this year at U.S. 601 and Valley Road. “ It could be considered." he said. "There is a study under way for a signal at the shopping center, also at Country Lane.” .* “ These changes would not bc coming now iflocal money had not been involved." said Satterwhite. Completion ofthe project should be this fall, he said. Vote KEN BOGER For Clerk 0f Court Republican Primary - May 8 I need your vote and support. Thank Y o u ./^ /S ^ f ^ Political Ad Psld For By Ken Boger For yourself or as a gift... C 1969 B.rv>*> t Smctft i<y II i^r,tt '**#<>rO 1® ^>fours for only— i any$10 I Hallmaik purchase Retail value $10. Approximately 2'/a'7ngh Hurry in soon and get your Crayola^’ Bunny Figurine with fillable Easier egg. They won’t last long — so don't wait. Get yours today while supplies are available. ONLY AT NAUMMK Katharine’s HALLMARK SHOP Salishurv Mall 6.17-2280 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April S, l » W Education A Priority For County Board Candidate# By Mlkc Barnhurdt ,Davie County Enterprise-Record ' - Education is the top priority for ' fivc of IOcandidates for the Davie County Board ofCommissioncrs. they said last Thursday. Democrats Tommy Cartner and Magalcnc Gaither. and "Republicans Dianc Foster and Harold Frank attended a candidate forum sponsored by the Mocksville Middle School PTO and advisory committee. Democrat Ivan Ijamcs gave a briefintroduction and then excus- ■ cd himself to attend a meeting of the Davie County Library board of trustees, of which he is a member. Republican Dan DcsNoyers was out ol' town on business, said his wife, Melanie, who attended on his behalf. Republicans Glenn Howard and R.C. Smith, and Democrat Harry Kinder did not respond to an invita­ tion to the forum. Republican Billie Lookabill was out of state visiting relatives. The candidates were asked what their three priorities are for spen­ ding county money. Education ranked No. I each time, although the second and third choices varied between health services, social ser­ vices, fire protection and law enforcement. Gaither's priorities: education, health services, social services. “ I do have a problem witli the disbursement," Gaither said ofthc social services department. “ We would do well ifwe would monitor the welfare rolls closer and remove those persons who are dead weight to the county. '*I have feelings for the indigent and support causes for the poor and needy," Gaither said, adding that people physically and mentally able to work shouldn't be on welfare. Frank's priorities: schools, law cnforccment and an equal share for health care and fire protection. "Our youngsters are going to be the future," he said. “ If they don’t _ get a g(Hxl education, they can'l bc competitive in the work force to­ day." Salaries in the sheriffs depart­ ment need to bc upgraded, Frank said. "Wc need to pay our law en­ forcement people a decent salary so we don't train them ... and they leave and go to Winston-Stilem for $5,000 more." Money for health care, Frank said, "has to be spent." “ I’m for heiping anybody who can'i hclp- themselves. "Fire equipment is the highest price equipment tlial can he bought." Frank said. "I want to stand behind our lire depart­ ments." Foster’s priorities: education, law enforcement/fire protection, and health care and social services. "We have placed a good deal of emphasis and money into educa­ tion." she said. "It would he my job to make sure the funding is available, as much as the county can afford ... to maintain the quali­ ty of education we. have and im­ prove it if possible." Taxes should be used to provide services people can’t provide lbr thcmsclvcs, she said. Mrs. DcsNoyers said her hus­ band's priorities would be: schools, health care and social ser­ vices, and law enforcement. The major challenge, she said, would be maintaining the quality school system under continued budget pressure. DcsNoyers, she said, wants to set a policy of giv­ ing a ccrtainjicrccntage ofcounty money to schools. Cartner also listed schools as his top priority, followed by health care and law enforcement. “ Schools arc the future and must always be No. 1," he said. Health and welfare programs, Cartner said, should bc for people who can't take care of themselves. “ We’ve got to have good law enforcement if we're going to suc­ ceed in keeping Davie County the quality place it is now." Cartner said. Is County Funding Enough? Candidates were asked they were satisfied with the current level of county funding for schools, in view ofa state study which shows Davie near the top in ability to pay for schools and near the bottom for ac­ tual expenditures per student. “ 1 would like to sec it No. 8 (in state rankings) across the board,” Foster said. “ Wc can do better and I would like for us to do so. "Where we can do better is by allocating more money for current expense ... as long as we do not have to allow other departments to suffer," Foster said. Mrs. DesNoyers said the school system had a good record of spen­ ding county money wisely, and the commissioners should support reasonable and affordable requests. “ The commissioners should work closer with the school board," DcsNoyers said in a writ­ ten statement. “ Thc commis­ sioners should respect and trust the --ndministrationXproposiils,"__.... Cartncr^iid schools ncc<j to show thc commissioners specifical- k County commission candidates Tommy Cartner (left) and Dianne Foster (right) are shown at forum with Melanie ly whcrc extra money is needed. "Andif thcrc’s any way possible, we should allocate money for that. "Additional funds arc needed.” Cartner said. He supports teacher supplements bascd on job perfor­ mance rather than years of service. Frank noted that Davie schools arc ranked l6th in the quality of education its students receive. "Our teachers and principals are bound to be doing a goodjob." he said. Frank favors more funding for schools if the money is available. “ But a county commissioner has got to look at thc whole picture," Frank said. “ I would try to put thc money to where it would do the most good to the most citizens of Davie County.” More money for education will help relieve other problems thc county spends money on. such as drug and crime prevention. Gaither said. “ Other things will disappear as a result of education.” she said. Thc better educated its people, the better the industries that will want to locate in Davie, Gaither said. “ Education should bc a ma­ jor priority. 1 applaud what thc county commissioners have done, but this (state report) shows that wc can do better. “ I want to see the teachers get all they can get... without deriv­ ing other agencics. Let’s don't punish them for doing a goodjob,” Gaithcr said. Their Own Issues The candidates were also given time to say why they’re running for the office. "My candidacy is a statement of faith in local government, of which 1 am a pa'rrot7'^Gaith^rsi(idr“ i " am a people perscn and feel 1 will DesNoyers, wife of candidate, Dan DesNoyers. — Photos by Robin Ferguwon * L County commission candidate Magalene Gaither listens as Harold Frank makes a point.5 do a goodjob representing the peo­ ple of Davie County. “ I am a workaholic, especially for issues that have anything to do with Davie County," Gaithcr said. “ Vyhen we all coinc together to. work for thc good of all, for orie common good — thc people of Davie County — our problems will bc much easier to solve.” Frank said: "1 believe in Davic County. 1 carc about Davic Coun­ ty. 1 know what a good place Davic County is to live in. I want to kccp Davic County the wonderful place it is. "I am willing to talk to thc peo­ ple and do what thc most people want. 1 can make decisions that will benefit thc majority of people,” 'Frank'snidr'-'^unwuui-yvstiiati. for anybody. 11" 1 bclicvc in anything. I’ll fight for it. And l’ll work for.thc ones who arc fooling the bill.” ljanics said he is running at thc request of other county residents. “ Number two bccause I would likc to serve thc citizens of Davic County to the bcst of my ability," hc said. ljames wants to bc in on thc set­ tling of the hospital and water issues, "... to make pcace with thc citizens of Davic County." Foster said she would takc a positive approach into county government. “ I am concerred about the negative attitudes wc have that sccm to bc mushrooming." Foster said. "1 would like to sec a more -posiiivcLati.UM<lc^V ....... Thc hospital and water issues Two State House Candidates Attend MMS Forum could have been settled without ae much controversy, she said. Foster wants the coumy commissioners to appoint one member to attend board of education meetings. “I would like to see a closer working relationship," she said. ' Shc also thinks Dhvie County turned its back on a community college satellite campus here a cou­ ple of years ago — a campus tk* will bc more and more difficult te afford in the future. • Cartner said he had always beee interested in county government* but decided to run after retiring from public work. "I havc been interested in Davie County all of my life,” Cartner said. “1 lovc Davie County. I will represent all thc people of Davie Cotihty to the best of mv ability; *V"it ii i i By Mike Barnhardt Davie County Enterprise-Record Two Republican candidates for the state house discussed views with about 50 people attending a candidate forum at Mocksville Middle school last Thursday night. Jack Ward and incumbent Julia Howard, both ofMocksvilIc. were at thc forum. Joe Hegc of Lex­ ington and Charles Cromer of Thomasviltc, also Republican in­ cumbents, were invited, but did not attend or respond to the invitation. Davic and Davidson Republicans will choose three members of thc ~Nh &r H oiis<M>l'-Reprcxeinmivti.iiL_ the May 8 primary. There are no Democrats seeking the office. The candidates were asked how education would do in the upcom­ ing state budget in view of the fact the there is anticipated shortfall of funds this year. "That's difficult to answer." Howard said. “ In thc last two weeks, the administration has becn coming up with innovative and creative ideas to see that thc state doesn't have tremendous short­ falls." Estimated revenues haven’t come in as expected, she said. —L'miiopcftil the shortfall won't be as severe as we've becrTlcdTo- believc." In the 1989-90 state fiscal year, Howard said, thc state spent 45.5 percent of its budget on secondary education, an additional 5.35 per­ cent on the community college system, and 16.2 percent on higher education — a total of 67 percent on education. "We should continue funding of programs in place at the current level." Howard said. "Do we necd to look at other sources of revenue?" Ward said the state needs to look ^pU w w s memberJutia Howard lwtens to chtitonger Jack Ward. at education first — give it what it needs — and~give wliat s lett tor other programs. For too long, education has been given what's lcl't after other programs have been funded. Ward said. "They shouldn't escape (short­ falls) on the back on education," Ward said. "Funding lbr education is never adequate for what we’d like it to bc. Education is the answer to so many things." Better educating children would save the stale money spent on prisons, teen births, fighting crime. "Most any problem — it's going to take education to relieve it." he said. Ward said it is ironic that Davie County can be told to build a jail but not to build a school. "Wc need to get our priorities in order." Ward said the state department of public instruction could use its funds more wisely. Wake County doesn’t need a regional education center because the state department headquarters arc located in Wake County, he said. Bccause North Carolina is grow­ ing and continues to be a popular place for industry, businesses need to look at offering more support for public schools. Ward said. Both candidatcs agreed with re­ cent rulings allowing more deci­ sions to be made at thc local school level. “ A lot of thc decisions are man­ dated by thc state and therefore you can't influence them," Ward said. More flexible local budgets would allow local systems more in­ fluence. Teachers necd to bc a part of this decision-making process, he ~saitL ~ Howard said: “ Those who arc closest to thc issues should be in a position to makc decisions that arc bcst for our children." Howard said thc legislature last year tricd to identify and correct problems in education, and work on increasing pay schedules for teachers. “ But there’s never enough money to do everything you want to do." she said. As the world becomes more and more complex, education becomcs more important, , she said. “ Without a strong education background, they're going to find it difficult." Howard commented on her first term in thc state house. "1 have tricd rcal hard to repre* sent air~o^fhe—people~i»_this district," shc said. “ I try to keep a close finger on thc community — and what effect each bill will have on your lives." Ward said his ycars in education — as a teacher, coach, principa| and school superintendent ^ prepared him to work in the state house. "My concern is only to try to make the 37th district a better place to livc in,” he said. “ 1 will be honest, straightforward. North Carolinians are already overtaxed. “ 1 have a tremendous interest in education. I would like to sec education put on the frontburncr. Ifthat’s our priority, let's deal with that first," Ward said. 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AdvShce, Bermuda Qiiay Shopping Center CrownxVDrugt Send Warm Easter Wishes W ith a Card 'W from ^<<uw^L Expires 4-7-90 ^ V i5 ii| WWiTNiCoupon s e a u n s ffis iE ^ ^ J ^ j^ ) Willow Oak Shopping Center, Mocksvllle Bermuda Quay Shopping Center, Advaoce^ ~s~rr*r^~r~V.1 v :".‘.i ' V / .- ;i>;;- n..v;fv'.>h.; DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 5, '199trlf' R o n n i e G a l l a g h e r Bennett's Loss Was Tennis Team’s Gain Thcrc"s nothing Pam Bennett wm ikl have likcd more than playing tennis for Catawha College during her llrst two years there. But shc was too busy battling a problem. “ 1 was overw eight." she said mattcr-of-factly. “ You know how that freshman year in collegc is. You party a lit­ tle too much and gain.” Bennctt. a 1986 high school graduate, ncver played at Davie County but it w a s n 't^ ^ because o f weight. It was a H K & m l different type o f problem — a lack o f confidence. Bennett “ I ’ve played tennis since I was 12 but at Davie, I just didn’t think I'd make it." she said. So the Advance resident resigned herself to playing recreation tennis, mostly with her father, Fred. Finally, before her junior year at Catawba, shc was urged by friends to try out. Bennett said what the hcck. Shc was going for it. Now, ncaring the end o f her college carecr, shc has turned into one o f the In­ dians’ top players. A fter beating opponents from Gardner-Webb and Wingate last week, Bennctt stood 12-7. 1 “ I think she came out in the first p!ace because some o f the girls talked her into it,” said Catawba coach Scott M itchell. “ She’s come quite a long way.” • That's putting it m ildly. When Bcnnett first tried out for the team. Mitchell watched closely. “ Her strokes weren’t bad but my first im ­ pression was that shc was too heavy,” hc said. “ Shc couldn’t move.” So Bennctt became M itchell's pet project. He saw something in the xvalk-on. “ I was very encouraged by her enthusiasm for the gam e," he pointed out. “ I still don’t know what motivates her. I guess shc just lo ve sth ciia m e ,". Hours of practice with M itchell began pay­ ing off. She played number six last year and suffered through some tough losses. But this season, shc came in as fit as ever and perhaps, for the first time, extremely confident. “ Tennis is a required taste anyway,” Bcn­ nett said. “ The more I play, the more confi­ dent 1 am. I’m pretty dedicatcd in tennis — but 1 think I’m a dedicated person in general. I always give 110 percent,” During and after her junior season, shc did just that. Mitchell marveled at the extra workouts by his number six player. He en­ joyed playing set after set after set with her. Please See Gallagher - V. 31$ Parkland, Central Defeat War Eagles fe>*w*i** m m%+s*~ K Davie baseball coach David Hunt talks things over with pitcher Tony Renegar (left) and catcher Matt Marion. — Photo by Mike Barnhardt 230 Attend DU Banquet BER M U DA RUN — HaTids going for the back pocket was a common siuht here March 27. A couple ofdays later, a $27,000 check was sent to Ducks Unlimited (DU). The 230 residents attending the annual ban­ quet o f the Davie chapter ol" Ducks Unlimited spent the money on guns, w ildlife prints and a variety o f items donated by area businesses. Among the 230 attcndinglhc tiatiqiict were Ducks Unlimited members from other areas in the state. Daniel C. O ’Neal, regional DU director, brought members from other chapters to see how a fund-raising banquet should be held. “ Davie County is one o f the best in North Carolina.” O ’Neal said. “ I brought 70 guests just to show them what you do.” O ’Neal, the only paid DU employee for North and South Carolina, said the money is well spent. O f every dollar donated. 80 cents goes to wetlands preservation projects. It's one ol' the reasons the banquets arc successful. Please See Ducks — P. 3B By Ronnie Gallagher Davie County Enterprise-Record After three straight Central Piedmont Conference baseball championships, coach David Hunt isn't used to being 2-4 after six games. I3ut that's what he was faced with alter dropping a 5-1 league contest to Parkland and an 8-6 decision to Cen­ tral Davidson last week. When his team has decent pitching, as it did against Parkland, it gets no hit­ ting. When it gets the hitting, like it did against Central, the pitching falls apart. But hitting has him worried the most. " I ’m a little conccrncd about that,” he said. “ I knew we wouldn’t have a lot o f power, but I thought we'd hit the b a ll." No Hitting Davic had only one hit against Parkland, mainly due to swinging at bad pitchcs, a problem area for the offense. “ Thcir pitcher moved the ball around and changed speeds,” Hunt explained, “ and we swung at a lot o f bad pitchcs. “ I wish I knew why high school players swing at bad pitchcs. If I did. I'd make a fortune telling the secret." JuniorJamey Reeves got the only hit for Davie, a single in the fifth. The on­ ly othcr time the War Eagles had more than three batters come up in an inning was the third when Patrick Murphy walked. “ Usually, when you see a pitcher throwing a one-hitter, you think o f about 12 strikeouts and just overpower­ ing the lineup,” Hunt said. “ But he didn’t overpower us. Wc had six strikeouts, six ground balls and the rest popups. Pop flies are the easiest outs in high school. “ Offensively, we put no pressure on thcm to make the plays.” ' Hunt was satisfied with the defense and said starting pitcher Tony Renegar, was hurt only because he couldn’t get the breaking ball over. “ W c made a decision to forget about the breaking ball and Parkland was sit­ ting on the fastball," he said. “ If you stick with the fastball and you’re not throwing bullcts, it w ill hurt you.” No Pitching Davic did hit the ball against Central thc following afternoon, running out to a 4-1 lead going into the bottom of the fourth. Thc Spartans’ comeback shock­ ed Hunt as much as anyone when Cen­ tral erupted for five runs in the fourth. “ Everything was going great at the time," he said. “ I felt real good about thc situation. Then, the wheels fell off. The wheels are still lying somewhere on the field.” Starter Rusty Palmer had glided through the first three frames, giving up only one hit. But the first five batters rccorded a single, hit batsman, walk, walk and a single. Add a wild pitch and all five eventually scored for a 6 4 Cen­ tral lead. “Going into the inning, we didn’t think we needed to have anybody war­ ming up in relief.” Hunt shrugged. “ Palmer hadn't been wild. And sudden­ ly, Pow! By the time we got a reliever warmed up and ready, they were win­ ning, 6 4 . " Sophomore Eric Presnell relieved Palmcr and got the second out but a single brought home the final run. In the top of the fifth, Davie stormed back to tic. Alan Chapman walked and Please See Baseball — P. 3B t - ? Looking at a shotgun during the Ducks Unlimited banquet last week are Ricky Dull (left) of Davie County and Benny Wilhelm of Iredell County. Photo by Robin Fergusson Basketball Is Recreation" For 'Businessman’ Grant Phillip Morris Is Now Grant’s New Team iDwayne Grwt isnH working as a supervisor or playing basketball for Phillip Morris, ktopNwto9 h1 his new Charlotte home. .w w t ~ — Fhoto by Fonnie Orttogher Bv K 0 1 u1ie Gallagher Davie County Enterprise-Record L11s1 In A Series Dwayne Grant doesn’t light up the scoreboard in front o fth o 11 sands o f fans anymore hut that's not to say hc still doesn't light it up. He scorches thc nets with regularity, only now it is in recreation leagues in and around Charlotte. The only ones who see him are teammates, players from other teams and an occasional true basketball fan. Times have changed for Dwayne Russell G rant. since hc left Catawba College in 1982. Perhaps the only thing that has remained the same is his court saavy — and o f course, that deadly jum p shot. On this night, Grant 'bombs in seven straight jumpers from beyond the three-point line. A fter the seventh, a teammate’s shrill voice rings across the gym. “ Sweet Russ, you still got it. "Y ou still got it. man.” At 3l vears o f age. Grant has long ago given up the dream o f playing in lhe Nati'onal Basket­ ball Association. Hc is a mature family man now, with daughter .lessica. girlfriend Melanie Scott and his supervisor's position at Phillip M orris taking up most o f his lime and elTWl. But when he decides to put that effort to use on the basketball court, his eyes shine bright. It’s almost like he never stopped playing in front o f the crowds. Whether it’s Tyrone Corbin in the summer pro league or Barry Chunn at the Brock Gym, he hasn't forgotten how to play thc game. Sweet Russ still has it. • When he graduated from Catawba in l982, no Please See Grunt — P. 3g- :-vv;.r;-‘j. •-!.-,: 1-- -• v >:o: - ,> 2B—DAVIE COUNTY KNTERPRISK RKCORI). THURSDAY, April 5, 199« SCOREBOARD Baseball PsrWend 5, Datle County 0 Darie Covnt> 000 000 0 - 0 1 0 013 001 i ~ 5 9 I Ptnr>**tt #nd Mawvt R<H&'t3iCf> *n<3 MM WP — nifh*rdv>n (3 0|. lP — Renwger JB ~ P M<n 3B - r Ttddff MR ~ f> 0«»K) UNC-Asheville Baseball Schedule Feb II —ol Uo<UMon tZ|. If - umfVnne. H— ol L>met*oMf, I? -. ol Gofd*n ActiO. 2J • • ol Preibviffion. 21 — ni Georgio 1fchMarch 1 — ol Trnnet$ee fech |2l. J — ol N c *8iT l2 l, i — Ql Woke Fo<Ml. 6 — ol Fui mon 8 . — Collfurma IMo I; 10 — ul Aueut1d. U — ol Auevifo i?). U - of Eo$f Co'oJfno. 15 — o» Co%l Cofolioo. I* - ol Eoil Carolina. II — Ohlo u.. 19— ol fco%i Ten.ifiic# Stoi#. 21 — ol We*tern Co rollim; 13 ~ at Comeotli. U — ol Comob*H lii, 2* — Pleltler. V ~ T#nnenee ftch, 21 — Wt$l #rn Corohno, 11 — ol flodlord (?)April 1 — ol Hodford. 3 — UNC ChofloMe, 5 — ol Appolo<hlo/i S lole; 4 ~ PfttDv>#f>on; I — Duhe. 9 — Eotl Tenoe$$ee Slalt; II — Appoio- chion Sloie. I) — Wlnlhroo, H — Winlhroe ()). 17 — ol UNC Choriotl*. U — Furmon; 19 — Wor- ren Wtivon, 31 — Cooilol CoroUno 12). 22 — CooVol Corohno; 24 — Woke Foreil; 25 — Goid- n#rWeb6. 27 - nopli$l 12); 21 ^ BoPliM; 30 - DovldtonMay 1 — ienoii Hh*nt. 2 — ol Tennesiee; S- al Worrtn Wilton. 12 15 — 0i9 South Tournomenl o* Cdn*o#. S C Football WA*C fORfSr s 1990 fOOrtfAU SCHCOUU Si.uiHi^ imiev gnj>jiUbfei 5r<>l I • ,>l M,ff Sfpl 8 *npJMChffln SM*i‘ Sepl 15 .n S t St.iitf Sept 29 • Aim, th. -v. . on..- ,;,Oct 6 Nfi*tn t.iMif'M 0<t 13 • »1 Mjfy-i.fi-l 0(1 20 Vntf.n.,i Oc| 27 Oem*on No* 3 .ii t>w*c No» 17 (icoigu Inn. NOv 24 .ll V.io<|vifi'il Basketball BOV5 (•I Snillh Center) Cl*ee 4-A P*ge 46 . Wil<son Flke 43 Cleee 3A O H Conley 75... Kings Mountain 54 Cleee 2-A Fermvllle Central 73 . Monroe 57 Cleee i-A Bledenboro 70 Hendersonville 64 OIRlS (el Cermlcheef Auditorium) Cieee 4 A A C n*ynoWs 70 Hal Broughton 65 Cleee 2-A Clinton 5fl Np*torvConovfrr 5? Hi*h School Wwml lr iw #, (itta Ceeety I(U MKkM*) <*6il$ — Mrrv McttU*i 0*t Ct\¥H Cfwtfwe6 I . M .w n ^ * o d tf M tnP fu6 0.12; tohn $N#kH cV*f Chfi| $napp 6 1. • 2. 9nm Buhm d»f 0»| Xx*tr 6 0 6 4 Un B#* Otf PMnch ^Kfcrw 6 0.6 I . O r wd Gueothener fef Osnny fry * 6 I. 7 6 DOUttft — Sf«4tti l^ k dcf >unb#f. Ci^shse 6 4. »uhm RuO>n dtf *enn, Sift^jd frM V*n Hoy 8 1, Cvenih#zw 8tn Shci#mm def tooMhonFeai An^Coop^| College W w ftfe I, C a liw M 4 8<ngfw: 0#erdorff (W| over Thompson #.|, S*3. Hancock |C) ov«r Connolly 1-6. 6*4. 6*2; Knoff iC) over Heelh 6 2. 4.6. 6-t. Webiter (W) over Hempton 6 0. 6-4. Qoodmen |W) Over Lamb 6*1. 6-4. B*nn#l 1 |C> Over 0*more e-4. #.4 Doub<ea Deafdoffi-ConnoUy iW) over Thompaon.Mencoch 2 6. 6-0 6-4 Webster. Ooodmen |W) over Knorr-Lamb 6-3 6-4. MnneivBaehem (Cl ov«r H#ain.Oimo<e 4 .| 6 3 62 C tfN *t 6. 0#i#n#f-Wrt* 9 •in f^e — Thcmpeon ^ ) wonby default. HVKOCh (C) 0V * Lee 6*3V o.W orr iC) over FfOpet 6-0. 6-0. Hampton (C> over Hooker 6-2. 64). Lamb (C) over Henaon 6-0. 6*0. ^n n e ft (C> oyr0r Patton $-0. $.0 . Ooubfce ~ Thompaon-Hencock (w) won o» #e*ault. Knorr.Lamb {C) ov*t Lee-Propet 6*3. 6*3. B#eham.B^nett (C) o i* Heneon>Patton 6-1. 6-2. I)avie Softball Mar. 20 ,|t N |)a\ illM>n 23 N D A V II)S ()N 2(.at M l Tabor :s at Rvv nciltls Apr 2 W li)R S Y III 4 S. R O W A N * ‘1 G R lM Sl.K Y II at Dudley 23 at ParMaiul 25 M T. TABOR 30 RliVNOI.lXS Mav 2 at W . l'orsytli 9 at Grimslcy 14 D U D l.l:Y If.PA R K l.A N D * - DouhlchcaUtfr All giiiiivs begin iil 4 p.m. C A l’S ilcnotc hoinc games. Wrcstlinsi Mat News Wrestling Poll cuss «■* t Cm Gs$lon. 2 Duiham lo»aan: 3 South Slofce*. 4 (••! fofSyth, 5. f»$i Mwhief>buig, 6 fa,ftie>mc Cepe fear; 7 Hope MiH$ South v>e-, - 8 Ap#i. 9 Svuth flc*an. 10 No#1h Fo<e>th. 11 Oa*ie Coynf>. 12 Nonf'e'n Outham CUSS J A V High Fotnt Andfiwt ? Gre#n%nie Corney 3 H'Cho<> St Stepheni. 4 SlatM%in*. S Nonneasi Cviifo'd 6 *"'|> S*xxntBin, ? i nk» 6 Southern Dvihem. 9 No'tn*eit Cahaitus. 10 R S Cmira' 11 C*ma iPa*idttM t? ^e>tHffnflprsoo _ cu s s iv iA______________“ I hM', Rid|f Duon ? Mitchfii Coiint>. 3 Air* m»M#,4 A*#f>Coun|) 6 Al^ghen> 6 Sfhvo< of Sc^''ce a<v) Mam. ? Cha**oti* t atm. 6 Mou°t n<-At.mt. 9 MCMO# P-*dmo*t |0 ta*t0a*K3%0O. II <Nest lir<o<n t • SwA'»*ar>oa 0*en Schcdulcs Davie Baseball Mar. 15 C. D A V ID S O N * 20 at N . Davidson* 21 K A N N A PO l.lS* 23 N. D A V ID S O N * 27 at Parkland 28 at C. Davidson* 30 D U D LE Y Apr. 3 M T. TABOR 4 W . FO RSYTH 6 at Reynolds 10 S. STOKES 16-19 at W . Meek Trn> 23 G R lM S LE Y 24 PA R K LA N D 27 at Dudley ., M ey 1 ai M t. Tabor* ! ■ 2 at S. Rowan* •" ■ 3 R EYNO LD S 8 al W. Forsyth* II S. R O W A N r ’; ' ■■■ •. 13 at Grimsley Davie Golf M ar. 19 . at D A V IE 29 at D A V IE Apr. 2 at Parkland 5 al D A V IE 9 at D A V IE 12 at D A V IE 17 at Dudley 23 at Grimslcy 26 at N . Davidson 30 at D A V IE M a v 3 at W . Rowan 7 Conf. Tourncv at D A V IE 14 Regionals 21 State Tourney CAPS denote hoine matches. * - Matches begin at 3 p.m. **- Matches begin at 3:30 p.m. * - Match begins at I p.m. Davie Tennis M ar. 15 at N. Davidson 19 N. D A V ID S O N 21 at Parkland 26 D U D L E Y 28 M T . TA B O R Apr. 2 at Reynolds 4 W . FO RSYTH 9 al S. Rowan II G R IM S LE Y 18 PA R K LA N D 23 at Dudley 25 at M t. Tabor 30 R EYN O LD S May 2 at W . Forsyth 7 S. R O W A N 9 at Grimslcy CAPS denote lioiitc matches. Matches begin at 3:30 p.m. Davie Track M ar. 22 at W . Forsyth 29 D U D L E Y / R EYNO LD S Apr. 3 at W . Rowan 5 at S. Rowan 10 E LK IN 12 at S. Rowan 19 at M t. Tabor 24 G R lM S L E Y / D U D LE Y Tennis Is A ‘Snapp’ Senior Chris Snapp has been one of the biggest surprises for Marion Pitts' Davie tennis team this season. After seeing ac­ tion only in exhibitions last season, he has fought his way into the starting lineup for the War Eagles. — Photo by Jamw Banrlngir Steele: How Does Forbush Do It? North Track Apr. 4 :it Erwin II at Davie High 25 at SE Stokes May 2 at Davic High 9 at Erwin 15 Girls NPC Meet 17 Boys NPC Meet Mccts begin at 3:30 p.m. South Track Davic County sotthall coach Darrell Steele has jtisi one question regarding the softball team at near­ by Forbush. “ How ilo they do it'?" Steele is referring to the Falcons' always-imprcssive rccord in girls softball. So far this season. For­ bush is already 6-0 and appear streaking toward the Northwest 2-A Conference title. The Falcons are in their first year back in 2-A after spending somc playoff-bound years in the Foothills 3-A. “ 1 just don’t know how they keep winning like this every year,” Steele said. "They don’t even have a program for girls softball over there. ’ ’ ‘Over there” is Yadkin Coun­ ty. In fact, MocksvilIc/Davie Parks and Recreation Department athletic director Joc Boyette has allowed Yadkin teams to compete during the *summer in Davie County leagues. One newspaper has already said Forbush has a 26-game winning streak that Steele disputes. “ Wc beat them last year in a tournament at Stannount." he said. “ Maybe they’re thinking it was a scrimmage — but w e didn’t. It was a tournament. We counted the game on our record.” ........... Losing to Davie County isn’t anything to be embarrassed about, however. Like Forbush. the War Eagles' softball program is one of the state’s best. Complex Is ‘Beautiful’ The best-looking baseball field Notebook Apr. 4 at Erwin II at Davie High 25 al SE Stokes May 2 al Davic High 9 at Davic High 15 Girls NPC Meet 17 Bo\s NPC Meet Mccts begin at 3:30 p.m. North Baseball Mar. 27 HRW lN 29 at China Grovc Apr. 3 at SE Stokes 5 at Chestnut Grove 10 S. D A V lS * 12 at Corriher-Lipe 24 N. D A V ID S O N * 26 at Erwin* Mas I C lllN A G R O VE* 3 SE STO KES* 8 C H E S T N U T GR. 10 at S. Davic 15 C O R R IH ER -LIPE 17 at N. Davidson CAPS denote home games. * - Games begin at 6:45 p.m. Others begin at 4 p.m. South Baseball Mar. 27 at Chcslmil Grovc 29 C O R R IH ER -LIPE Apr. 3 al N. Davidson 5 ERW IN 10 al N . Davic* 12 C H IN A G R O VE 24 at SE Stokes 26 C H ESTN U T G ROVE May 1 at Corriher-Lipe 3 N . D A VID SO N 8 at Erwin 10 N . D A V lE 15 al China Grovc 17 SE STOKES CAPS denoie home gamcs. * - Game begins at 6:45 p.m. in Davie County? Try the Davie Youth Complex, located behind North Davie Junior High. Marion Pitts. R.ibert Lanier. Ben King and Mike Newsome are just a few of the volunteers who prac­ tically did all of the work in get­ ting .the field ready for North's home opener last week. “ Since I've been here, it’s always been the same four or five men doing everything." said North coach Sam Beck. “ It's a beautiful place. There’s not a better-looking ballpark." A few truckloads of red dirt were brought in for the infield and also grass was planted on the infield. Beck will showcase the facility a number of times this season at night. The Wildcats arc playing three consecutive away games cur­ rently and Beck set up the schedule that way purposely. "W e wanted to liave.a lot ofour games later in the season r>( night at home," he said. "W e end up playing six night games, one at Er­ win and five here." The first will occcur April 10 when areh-rival and defending North Piedmont Conference cham­ pion South Duvie visits Farmington. Career Low Charles Crenshaw was quick to point out that Dwayne Grant's all- time low as a basketball player in Davie County wasn’t thc six points he scored against South Rowan. Crenshaw, who started his coaching career at Cooleeinee, Mud. ‘‘we held him to two points once. That was his career low.” Holding him down was a hollow victory, however. Grant's Mocksville team still heat Cren­ shaw's Cooleemee squad. ,|unker A >Volfpack l*layer Clint Junker still seems a bit overwhelmed that N.C. State foot­ ball coaches called him out of the clear blue a month ago. asking him to try out for the Wolfpack foot­ ball team. Junker visited the campus recent­ ly. talked briefly with Dick Sheridan, and looked over the facilities with the special teams coach. Fall practice begins at the first of August and thc 6-6 Junker said he will be there. Coaches want Junker as a long snapper. “ Thc snappers weren’t that big," Junker said. "But there were other guys who were huge.” Wolfpack coaches are hoping in four years. Junker will be huge as well. At his height, he has plenty of potential to put on weight himself. Leyion Report Read off the statistics from any ' of WesT"" Forsyth’s fir.st four baseball games and you’d think you were following the Mocksville Legion team. Almost every big pit­ ching victory or hit has come from one of Dale Ijames' players. In fact, all three ofthe wins have been recorded by Mike Lovelace. nm- in re lii*f A p :iin st_D u d ^v_h ^- won by striking out 13 and also went 3-for-3 with three RBls. He replaced Bobby Shelton against Carver and got the win for throw­ ing the last 2 V\ innings, striking out four. Wesl won. 16-6. He also won the season opener. The only game Lovelace didn’t throw in. against North Forsyth. West lost. Freddie Transou is also on an early-saeason roll. He went 2-foM in the win over Dudley, had two hits and three RBls against Carver and had an RB1 single in West's only loss to North Forsyth, 7-1. Scott McDaniel and Gray Bovender are also playing t"or the Titans and have goiten big hits for Wesl. All are expected back for Legion action this summer. Davie has the worst record ol' any of the four teams making up thc Legion. Forbush is off lo a good start, standing 5-1. The Next ,|ay Leno? Besides being one of Davie High’s top athletes, Charlie Cren­ shaw is also the school’s reskleiu comedian. He tried to calm his teammates last week before a talented Mount Tabor tennis team invaded Davie. Crenshaw, playing number one, was set to take on nationally-ranked Quentin Huff. “ Tell my parents I’ll be home early today.” he said. Then, Huff didn't show, pro­ mpting Crcnshaw to mutter, “ He probably skips lhe easy matches and rests." Dudley Improving Although Crenshaw and his Davie team defeated Dudley, 8-1. things are looking up for the Greensboro school, according to coach Marion Pitts. "They've got the Grimslcy coach over there now." he said of Stan Johnson. “ They’re making progress and will probably be good in a couple of years. He's a good coach." W eird Season Davie track coach Marty Hemric will admit it's been a weird basket­ ball season for his alma mater. East Wilkes. The East boys started the season 0-12 but suddenly got its act together, going 12-15 the rest of the way and even advancing to the Western Regionals before losing. Thc girls story is even more eerie. In the past two seasons. East has gone 53-2, with only one loss per year. But each loss has come to Hayesville in the Western Regional final. Each year, a three- point basket by Christy Cagle beat East in 67-66 and 61-58 losses. East’s girls finished 26-1 this season. Wrestling Poll Despite a 33-match winning streak in the Central Piedmont Conference, Davie County’s wrestling team made it to only l lth in the final M a t A'<'iv.v poll. East Gaston was first in the 4-A poll, followed by Durham Jordan, South Stokes and East Forsyth. —SotitlvRowanwas-mnthnnd-North- Forsyth. who Davic beat in the dual championship first round, was l0th. High Point Andrews won the 3-A poll. Statesville was fourth and Central Davidson 1 lth. Dixon won the 2-A/l-A poti. No DiscusUon Davic boys basketball cflKk Charles Crenshaw never fOI a chance to state his case when the CPC coaches convened lo pick Ae all-CPC basketball team Usl week. Usually, the coaches put their nominees on a board and go over each player and his statistics. But it was almost as if the team had been picked before the meeting! There was no real discussion. " I would have liked to discuss­ ed the players," he said. “I wanted to tell them what Steven (Parker) did this year.” Wesl Slgnees When Randall Ward heard that West Rowan's Jeff Fleming and Van Simmons had sigtied football scholarships with Fayettevilk State University last week, he was delighted. The Davic County mentor had coached both as juniors before coming to Davic as football coach. That was no surprise. The real surprise was Fayetteville’s signing of 6-3. 200-pound Micheal Ed­ wards, who played for the Falcons only during his senior year. Fleming, at 6-1, 260 pounds, and Simmons, at 6-1, 250, were all-South Piedmont Conference selections last season. CPC Notes • Dudley placed a boy and girl on the all-Guilford County team, released Sunday by the G re e n sb o ro AVir.v it R e c o rd . Chuek Kirkpatrick, who averag­ ed 10.9 points, made the team while Yolanda Smith and her 17.3 average was named to thc girls squad. f Y \■ M cD o n ald I ■ ■< ATHLETE 0F THE MONTH Sandra Galliher led South Davie to its 6 th volleyball championship in 10 years. Hwy. 601 N. - Yadkinville Rd. Mocksville, N.C. 27028 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 5, I9 9 *^ B College Report Kimel Has Turned Into Ace Of Western Carolina Staff Jack Kimel. n former Mocksville Legion player, has turned into Western Carolina's aee. The sophomore llrehaller from West Forsyth improved his record to 7-2 by shutting out Virginia Military 4-0. Western was only l9-17ovcrall. however, and 5-3 in the Southern Conference. Dt-nny Key Denny Kcy has turned into a shining light for the Wake Forest pitching staff, which has a 5.79 ERA. Due to injuries, Kcy has moved into thc rotation. Hc was slated to bc a rclicvcr. He was 2-0 entering thc week. Kcy isn't thc only onc on a roll. Wake won its 1 lth straight game to movc over thc 20-win mark by defeating East Tennessee Statc 2 M . The Deacons had 26 hits in the game. North Carolina then came in and stopped the streak with 3-2 and 5-2 victories, bringing Wake's record to 19-14. The Deacons won their 20th game by finally defeating the Tar Heels Sunday. 10-7. North Carolina had a winning streak of its own stopped with the loss. Thc Heels had won 14 straight and now stand 26-5. The defeat was the first in the ACC and left UNC with a 8-1 league mark. Senior Buddy Jenkins, a former Mocksville Legion standout from Starmount, is the acc of the Wake Forest staff so far. sporting a 3-0 record with a 1.57 ERA. Hc has given up only four earned runs in 23 innings with 21 strikeouts. The opponents' bailing average against Jenkins is only .150. But he hasn't pitched for a while due to a sore shoulder. Baseball Jack Kimel Struggling J.C. Campbell may be having a good individual season, leading Campbell University in several of­ fensive catcgorics. but the team is doing poorly. After thc nationally-ranked 24^t North Carolina Tar Heels beat the Camels 3-0 last week, Hendrix's team fell to 5-18. Jordan, Vuughn Sign Catawba's men's basketball tcam has signed North Iredell's Shannon Jordan and Nortwcst Cabarrus’ Jeff Vaughn to scholarships, according to coach Sam Moir. Jordan finished his senior year with a 21 -point average, along with seven rebounds and six assists. North was beaten in thc Western Sectionals and finished 18-4. Jordan, a guard, was Player of thc Year in thc Foothills 3-A Con­ ference. Hc averaged 18 points for his career as North went 50-24 in that span. Vaughn is a 0-4 forward who averaged 25.5 points and 13 re­ bounds his senior season. He scored 1.665 points during his career. Northwest was 50-41 dur­ ing that timc. Catawba, Christie Finish Advance's Brandon Christie and the Catawba men's basketball team lost its final two games of the season and finished a disappointing 14-13 record. Presbyterian defeated Catawba 80-76 as Christie scored cight points, including l-of-3 from thrce- point range. Christie tried to bring Catawba back. He and Lcs Cagler hit back- to-back jumpers to close the gap to 69-68 with 3:55 left. Catawba also lost to Barbcr- Scolia, 96-83, despite Christie's 12 points. Hc was onc of five Indians in double figures. Christie finished his sophomore season. Catawba Womcn Catawba’s womcn also finished thcir season, losing to Bclmont- Abbcy in the District 26 playoffs. Bclmont-Abbcy eventually lost to Wingate in thc finals. Gary Peters, Catawba’s coach, is a resident of Davie County. Fundraiser Members of Wake Forest’s foot­ ball tcam raised almost S8,000 on Monday in a wcighi-lifting/fun- draiscr for former West Forsyth football star Greg Ruminski. Ruminski was partially paralyz­ ed in an Octobcr fall. The money was raised by pledges raised by players who bench-pressed w-eight for money. continued triiiii i'. lH Jay Hutchins and Reeves came through with RB1 hits. But in the bottom of the sixth. Central put a runner on and thcn a home run barcly cleared thc fencc for the clinching runs. ‘‘Joey Sloan went back to the wall and waited but it just made it over." Hunt said. ‘‘It didn’t clear the fence two fect." Davie had taken a 2-0 lead in the second after Matt Marion doijMcd, Reeves walked and sophomore Randy Brewer drove both in with a double. Thc lead increased to 4-1 in thc fourth when another sophomore, —Jason-Ganvood dro.vc homc._ Reeves and Brewer’s fielder choice plated another. Hunt was encouraged by the play of his two sophomores. Garwood played in right field for the injured Jcff Spry while Brewer was the designated hitter. Garwood led t^e War Eagles with two hits while Brewer had three RBls. “ We necd to find a place for Garwood to play,” Hunt said, ‘‘and we need to get Brewer’s bat in the lineup more.” Notes: • Davie is 0-1 in thc CPC. • Against Parkland, Rcnegar went thc distance, giving up nine hits, while striking out onc and walking two. • Davie’s tcam batting average is hovering around thc .200 mark. Spry isn’t playing due to a kept him out of the Central game. • Getting one hit apicce against Central were Hutchins, Marion, Reeves and Brewer. • Davie had plenty of chances to defeat Central. In thc sixth, it left the bases loaded and in thc seventh, had runners on second and third with no outs but two strikeouts kill­ ed the rally. • Friday night’s game with Dudley at Rich Park was called duc to a familiar reason: wet grounds. It will be made up April 11. • Davic was scheduled to host West Forsyth Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. and then travel to Reynolds Friday, April 6. South -small-fraeture-in-the-growth arca— Stokes visits Rich.Park Tucsda of his throwing arm. • Lcftfieldcr Brcnt Wall dove for a fiy against Parkland, hurting his head. He was takcn to the hospital where tests were run. Thc injury April 10, • Thc Metrolina Invitational Baseball Tournament at West Mecklenburg is scheduled April 16-19. Looking over articles for sale include (from left): Steve Laymon of Mocksville, Richard Budddif Advance and Norman Forrest of Center. :j — Photo by Robln Ferguewe Ducks continued from P. lB “ People look forward to this batu|iicl for months." hc said. “ You get a lot of frccbics — cups, hats, membership and a magazine. Gallagher “ People have a lot o f fun and know their money is well takcn care of, something that will benefit their children," hc said. Each year, a higher percentage of DU members arc non-hunters. O’Neal said. He estimated that48 percent are hunters. ; “It's not a hunters’ organization, but a conservation organization ^- to protect wetlands (wildlife) habitat,” O’Neal said. *• continued froni P. IB But morc than anything, he reveled in her improvement. “ We played a lot of tennis and I made her run after shots,” said Mitchell. “ She needed to run. “ Slic'd hit with thc ball Basham machine, the boys. me. anybody who'd play with her." It has becn thc 69-year old Mitchcll’s job to improve thc quality of Catawba tennis and he feels he has over thc past four ycars. The New Jersey native has moved frequently during his adulthood, mainly being transferred by General Electric, where hc worked until retire­ ment. Hc lived in Cincinnati bcforc moving to Salisbury. “ 1 know everybody in Salisbury who plays tennis,” he said. “ I was approached in January of 1987 and asked if l ’d take ovcr the program.” He accepted and found that playing tcnnis and coaching it " I know about thc game but in coaching, tlicrc’s recruiting, thc budget, schcduling ... so much morc to it. You have to cope with the psychology part of it too.” For example, during last week’s match with Wingate, Mitchell wandered over to watch Bcnnett and noticed that her opponent was hitting very softly. Bennett was hitting softly too. “ 1 had to tell her to take it to the girl, quit playing her game," hc said. “ Hit it harder, I told her. When she did, she won.” “ Hc has helped me a lot,” Bennett said of Mitchell. “ 1 was hitting thc ball back softly because I was afraid if 1 hit it harder. I’d scnd it ovcr the fcnce." Bcin^ afraid is something Bennctt is overcoming with each match. She said shc was scarcd to death when she represented Catawba on the court for the first time. Now, shc goes out expecting to win. “ It scenis like a long time sincc thcn,” she said. “ I remember 1 was trembling.” Currently, hcr opponents arc shaking. Bcnnett is 5-0 in SAC-8 play, losing only to Division 1 schools. Shc is thc league's top number six player. "W e've really upgraded thc schedule by playing tougher Jeams." said Mitchell, “ and that's probably why our record (8-8) isn't better. “ We even went to Hilton Head and played seven different teams. We've also got six beautiful courts and are going to add two more." * ‘‘It’s been a lot of fun playinjg here,” Bennctt said. “Now, 1 • wish 1 had played in high school. Coach Mitchell has • helped my game improve. My ; overhand is pretty good and I 1; think I have a good first > serve." •; Thc tcam is also getting moK respect. - “This year, there’s been a lol more response to Catawba ten-1 nis," shc said. “The team gets! along real well and we have a 1 lot of fun.” When Bcnnett plays doubles,; she is usually tcanied with ■" another Davie County resident I in Katy Basham of Mocksville.'. Basham is a four-year member i of the tcam and is number seven on thc list. She has yel to remove Bennctt from the lineup", however. Mitchell and Bcnnett will be.J leaving Catawba together this ! spring. A business major, Ben-', nctt will graduate. Mitchell is ; retiring from coaching. But Mitchell is quick to poinl out that coaching is worth the ; effort when there are players likc thc enthusiastic Bennett coming to practice every day. “This is no exaggeration," hi said. “She has worked twice as hard as any tennis player.” Bcnnett lauglisTirtharand -— '— says she almost has too. Hcr freshman year was as : much of a killer thcn as her ; first serve is now. : Grant continued from P. lB athlete had the options Grant was confronted with. He was an NAlA all-American player and had just scored 30 points in the NAlA tour­ nament. being played at Kansas Ci­ ty's Kemper Arena in front of 6,000 fans and a slew of NBA scouts. One, from the hometown Kings, even made overtures about a free agent tryout. But Grant wasn’t drafted so he turned to Catawba coach Sam Moir for help. Moir, who was probably Grant’s biggest fan. scm films to several elubs. including the Boston , Celtics ;tnd Houston Rockets. But thcre was very little response. "Thosc people are funny," Moir said recently. "They don’t take much stock in you unless they see you themselves.” Meanwhile, Grant waited and honed his game. Hc toured with a group ofAtlantic Coast Conference stars, barnstorming all ovcr North Carolina, playing in small, dusty gyms that reminded him ofhis high school days. U became increasingly evident .titt if he was going to get a chance professional basketball, he’d,*Profe v; ;p * f to make the first move, :"B & ^iW y e d to *ape for a while,' * ■‘iecasespmcthing hap- “*^jrtBJRMW& liuropc but I didn't want to. 1 could've played in the CBA (Con­ tinental Basketball Association) but it wasn't as developed as it is now. I didn't want to play there. "So. I figured 1 may as well con­ centrate on finding a good job." At the time, Phillip Morris, a cigarette manufacturer, was con­ structing a ncw plant in Charlotte, A former Catawba teammate. Ed Fowler, talked to his father, who got Grant a job as a materials specialist, which he held for nine months. He thought about going into coaching at Lexington. Hc had done his student teaching and was prepared for that but realized lie could make more money at Phillip Morris. And all the while, he wondered why lie couldn't get his foot in thc NBA’s door. "Somc guys get a break,” Grant said. “ Look at Danny Ainge. His biggest break was going to the Boston Celtics. Had he gone to another tcam, we may never have even heard of him anymore. I always thought I was as good as he was. What if I had gotten the .chance to play for Boston? Would people know Dwayne Grant like they know Ainge? Remember, he was surrounded by Bird, McHale ... somc great players. "1 realize now that an NAlA player needs to average 35 to 40 points to get noticed,” hc said. Grant tried to hide the disap­ pointment for years ovcr the fact hc wasn’t playing pro ball. Hc felt as if he had not only let himself down but all of thc Davic County fans who had grown up watching liim. His lowest point camc in 1986 when he had knee surgery due to torn cartilage. He gained weight, felt terrible — and didn't even have basketball. Soon after, he went through a divorce that has left him bitter. "1 kept thinking about what I almost had," he said. "1 think if I had really pursued it, 1 may have . made it in two years.” e That’s nothing but speculation now. Grant has resigned himselfto the lacl that hc is now a good basketball player on a good men’s open team at Phillip Morris. But he is thoroughly enjoying himself. He has fonncr Catawba tcammates Bob Vannoy, Cieve McRae and . Maurice McDaniel working at the plant and they make up the nucleus of the squad. The team has dominated thc Chariotte kagues and even won the pro league one summer. Grant found himself on the court with Tyrone Bogues, Corbin. Brian Rowsom. Tim Kcmpion and others. "Tyrone Corbin guarded me one night and 1 did w ell." he said. “ 1 sec thcm playing and tell myself they don't do anything I couldn't do. ’' A good fricnd from Mocksville. Darrell Steele, always persuades Grant and his Phillip Morris cronies to invade Brock Gym once a year l'or the statewide men's league tournament. Grant came this past year and many a wide-eyed youngster was being told of his greatness in liigh school and college. But Grant never scored an over­ whelming amount of points during the tournament. He fed his team­ mates, shooting only occasionally. "You know, my teammates still tell me to shoot the ball," he laugh­ ed. " I ’m still out. here passing. When you’ve played as long as 1 have, you like to do the other things to help your team win. Anybody can shoot.” • Grant pulls his truck into thc driveway, past the shiny Corvette, and dirccts it toward a spacious garage. He then relaxes in the den ofhis brand new, two-story, four- bedroom home in an exclusive part ofCha7Totte. Hc scems overjoyed with his life, although he is still w orking on fillin g up this monstrous castle hc now calls home. "I'm still putting furniture in all the rooms little by little." he chuckles while giving a visitor the deluxe tour. I'm not rich, you know." O nc bedroom is decorated fo r a >otm g c h ild , his daughter Jessica, his six-ycar old prid e and jo y . T h e re arc d o /e n s o f stuffed a n im a ls .'W h a i should hc there are basketballs and goals. G ram fecls she m a\ hc the n c \t la m il\ m em ber to storm her wav through the sport. "S h e 's in k in d e rg a rte n ." hc sm iled , lo oking tho ughliills ,u hcr pictu re. "S h e 's the tallest g irl in hcr class and she's alw a>s c a rry ­ ing around a b all. B asketball is all she talks about. She's going to be good. I know th a t." Dowstairs. his fiancee. Melanie, also an employee at Phillip Mor­ ris, is cooking sup|vr. "She's been ' with me through thick and thcn," Grant,said with a warm smile. In a reflective moment, he add­ ed, “ I guess it's sort of funny but I still dream of the NBA. Sotiie of thc guys jokc with me about being over the hill but there are games where 1 still do things like I used to. Then, thcre arc nights whcn I don't do thosc things and I wonder why. “ But I also realize something else. I’ve done things in basketball that others only dream about. So 1 feel lucky when 1 look back over my career." Grant is content. He has become the materials supervisor at Phillip Morris. He has loved ones. Hc has a home anyone would cnvy. And. oh yes, he still has basketball. ; Recently. Grant went back t6 Catawba lor an all-stargamc. The T5funs were split-up evenly and the player that wowed the crowd was none other than Dwayne Grant. To no one s surprise, he led his ieani in ..coring, hitting |'rom the outside and in close. Hc dished off, keep­ ing his teammates liappy, He sneaked in for rebounds. He led by example. - ; It brought smiles to people like Sam Moir. He had seen tliis before’, lt was almost as if Dwayne Russell Grant had never left the court. • At 31, Sweet Kuss has still got jt! '4-:.; W—DAVIE COUNTY KNTERI*RISK RIXORl>, THURSDAY, April 5, l99(> Softball Team Bounces Back From Defeats Davie Rips Reynolds For 16 Hits In 16-4 League Victory Davie's number one tennis player Charlie Crenshaw sends a shot back over the net. — Photo by James Barringer Tennis Team Splits With Dudley, Tabor Don’l be fooled by Davie's l-4 mark in boys tennis, says coach Marion Pitts. “ Wc feel like we're more balanced lhan last season,” he said. “ We have tough malchcs with Mount Tabor, Reynolds and Grimsley but that's another class oftennis. After thuse three teams, wc can go back to reality.” And reality means every other team in the league. “ Wc think we can beat Parkland ►next time and Soy(h Rowan, teams like that,'' Pitts said. “ We’re shooting for fourth place.” Davie got its first win of the season over Dudley. 8-1. but was then gobbled up by Mount Tabor’s juggernaut. 9-0. -bifce4*u id -they' re4n-anutlier— class." Pitts said. Six Singlt's Wins Dudley isn't in that class and Davie took advantage by winning all six singles matches and two in doubles. Number one Alan Pfau won 6-1. 6-2 while Chris Snapp took a 6-0. 6-2 victory at mtmber two. Pitts said he has really been im­ pressed with Snapp's play. A senior, he lettered last season basically playing exhibition matches. “ He’s definitely been a sur­ prise,” Pitts said. “ In fact, so has Kenny Stroud and Jonathan Fclts. They all played a lot oftennis over the summer and just got better. “ Chris hits the ball extremely hard and has a good overhand serve. I've been very pleased with him ." Clint Junker had the only thnv- set match in singles, winning 6-0, 5-7, 6-4 at number three. Danny Frank won at four. 6-1, 6-1, ■ followed by Fells and Stroud at five and six, who both won. Felts tool; a7-5,6-1 victory while Stroud had an easy time, 6-1, 6-1. The only loss came at number 1 one doubles, where Pfau and Frank ! dropped a 6-2, 6-3 decision. Snapp and freshman Brad Van ". Hoy won 8-1 and Chip Leonard , andChris Tuck were victorious at : number three, 8-2. his opponent. Ben Rubin, tough with a number of long rallies. "Alan hustles an^Jias good shots,” Pitts says. “ But he loses a lot of40-30 points." Snapp fell, 6-1,6-2, Junker lost, 6-0,64, Buckner lost 6-0.6-1 and Frank came the closest lo winning a set. dropping a 6-1, 7-5 match. In doubles, the team ofJunker- Crcnshaw lost, 8-4, Stroud-Van Hoy fcll 8-1 and Felts-Allcn Cooper lost 8-4. Notes: • Davie is 1-2 in the conference. • Charlic Crenshaw and Patrick Buckner, usual starters for Pitts, missed the Dudley match due to a government program trip to Washington. D.C. • ln an exnmmon maicn agains1 Dudley, Dale Prilktman won an 8-0 pro set. • ln his number one match with Mount Tabor. Crenshaw was up 3-0 in the second set before losing 6-3. B ig T im e WRESTLING i f i f Mocksville ★ ★ B.C. Brock Gym Thursday April 5, 1990 Match Time 7:30 Fan Appreciation Wight All Seats »6°° DOUBLE MAIN EVENT #1 ★ JunkYard Dog ★ VS Ivan Koloff ^ t Barbed Wire Surrounds The Ring Championship +M atch * The Fantastics VSRussian Assassins WINSTON-SALUM - Alter beginning the season with con­ secutive losses to 3-A power North Davidson, the Davie County soft­ ball team felt it was good to get back to the comfortable confines of the Central Piedmont Conference. This is a league Davie County usually chews up and spits out. A good example was the War l-agles' opening league contest witli Reynolds. Davie pounded the Demons 16-4 last wcck at Hanes Park to take a 1-0 conference record into this week. “ We hit the ball well on of­ fense." said coach Darrell Steele, “ and on defense, it was threc up and three down. This game gave us a chance to play everybody.” Ten different players collected 16 hits while pitchers Gina Pierce and Kim Eaton held Reynolds to three hits. "Gina pitched well and we had a chance to let Kim throw some,” Steele said. “ It will help her con­ fidence ifshe has to pitch later this season." Quick Start Daviejumpcd out to a 15-0 lead before Reynolds could even score. Three came home in the first on the strength of doubles by Kim Eaton and Stephanie Whitaker, along with a single by Jennifer Eaton. Stephanie Ebert had a two-run triple in the second and she scored on a sacrifice fly by sophomore Emily King for a 6-0 advantage. The game became a rout in the third inning as seven more runs crossed the plate. King and Deb­ bie Evans slugged doubles while Joni Paige. April Oliphant. Ebert and Whitaker had singles. “ We were nervous against North Davidson," Steele admitted, “ but we were more relaxed in this game." Steele also shifted the hatting order with Ebert. King and Evans 1-2-3. “ It worked." he said of the switch. " I f there's a runner on base. Debbie Evans will come through." Evans did, althougth shc had on­ ly one hit. But she scored twice and had two RBIs. Kim Eaton and Danielle Agrillo scored in the fourth after a double by Paige and Davie led 15-0. The final run camc in thc fifth when Ebert singled and later scored on Whitaker's double. “ Everybody camc through," he said. “ I like thc way Danielle is playing. Wc knew she was a good defensive second baseman but she’s getting on base too." Kim Eaton and Whitaker had three hits apiece and Ebert had two to lcad Davic. “ We’re getting better," said Steele. “ We played with a little more confidence and we'll need it. Wc have some tough gamcs com­ ing up.” Notes: • Davie is 1-2 overall. • Getting one hit each svere Robin Meadows, King, Evans, Jennifer Eaton, Heather Blakcly, Paige and Melissa Hendrix. • Scoring two runs apiece in­ cluded Ebert. Evans, Jennifer Eaton, Paigc and Oliphant. • Davie's game with Mount Tabor was rained out and will be made up Wednesday, April 25. • Davie is in the midst ofa three- game homestand at Rich Park. Thc War Eagles took on West Forsyth Monday and face South Rowan Wednesday in a doubleheader. Grimsley comes to Davie Monday, April 9. Games stari at 4 p.m. m m m ? }m mmmr j: ^ ' ^ i ^ ^ m n ^ i w.’ & . jl! , .■ <• '. >'fc_y • ; '-V * '* V > ^ i< M P * * * n t-. , •:• *-‘V . * ^ * ^ v § « f « v . ■ •• .'J>;K-A'fc*5«£s?fl,- r ..r . ,= ' * ^V * - s '/**•"*' 1 A jAs*S\£rit£*% biii- »*%^mw^-WM^ * - * - l,Sr.-. '*Uiti d r i lv&**^*L**+*r**^T.^ ^ 7 ^ '* V J * . * i& w m ^&aB»BS &m:<& & '.flfftt* i* # - '-V ’ zf' •' ^ V ^ * “ 1 '*"*" » r * * 'v ^ •»• - * ' • ~ • • • • ’ - - \ ‘ ■' v .:. ' w ^ i ^ j ^ ^ ; j ^ ^ ^ ^ - : . ^ ^ Jennifer Eaton takes a hearty cut for Davie County during soft­ ball action last week. — Photo by Mike B#rnhwdt 1 West Beat Golfers Davic County's high school golfers had a chance to play on thc samc course as Chi, Chi, Arnold and the other big boys of golf last wcck when thc War Eagles took on West Forsyth in a Central Pied­ mont Confcrencc match. But the Titans wcrc obviously more used to the Tanglcwood Park layout than Davie. They defeated Randall Ward’s club, 340-362, placing four golfers in thc 80s. “ It was thc first time for sorne o f our kids playing al Tanglcwood," Ward said. “ It was one of the toughest courses we'll play. It's longer than Twin Cedars." Ward’s only two seniors played with composure and shot thc only scores in the 80s for Davic. Brian Baker led Davic with an 84 and Daniel Ward had an 87. “ When thc first two golfers for each team finished, wc wcrc win­ ning," said Ward. West’s Ryan Shoaf and David Small had scores of 86-87 so Davie led by two. “ Baker and Ward are seniors and expect leadership out of them," Ward said. “ You need consistcncy and that’s what seniors give you." But at number three, John Mor­ ris lit up the course with an 8b while Davie’s freshman Brian Long had a 95. Davie’s other scores saw Dale Parrish and John Tomel, each with a 96, and Brian Myers with a 100. Notes: • Davie’s team record fell to 1-2. • W est had one g irl play anU she only Ward and Baker could beat her score. Jennifer Hermsen shot an 87 for the Titans. • Davie’s match last Thursday with West Rowan and West Iredell was postponed due to rain and rescheduled for Wednesday, April 4. Story : 1. Mow* Tabor was another story. ' $ O i^ wmi down quick and often. C6wUeCrenshaw loet6-l, 6-3; |M , M , despite playing - ; , L ; - ^ . _ .. * Call In Sports Scores: 6 )4-2 1 2 0Driving School Bell & Howard Chevrolet Adult 634-SAFE — 634-7233 This School Is Licensed by the N.C. Department of Motor Vehicles ■Thrust * ^ ~ » « 1 Alignment 4 Wheel MIDGET MATCH Joey Kidd VS Little Louie ^ 3 »^SQQ/oOff $2800 $3g 00 ~^il .Gw^MOlu4^. tn.ras&H Tune-Up Special $ 4 3 4 0 25% on ~^to G f tn b jn n ta U . tn.^s^,H 4 Cyl Additional Parts ^ Coupon Valid Thru 4-30-90 J ^ Coupon Valid Thru 4-30*90 J *SPECIAl ATTRACTION * Batman VS TommyLandell *uQ9e*ledreteUp<ke CLIP THESE C 0U P 0N ? N0W ! 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We're hurting in the hurdles.” But he does have shot putters and discus throwers. He docs have good 800 and 600 runners. And it’s there that he is putting emphasis. Freshman Heath Latham has already thrown the shot 38 fcet in practice and is battling eighth grader Roger Dalton for top distance. Dalton has tossed the shot 36 feet and the discus 139. Mike Agrillo has a distance of 32-6 in the shot. Dalton will also run the 100 mcters. “ Wc have a strong group ot" eighth gradcrs in the 800," Newman said. "Brent Cassidy has run a 2:25. which almost is a conference mark. Richard Dunn and Heath Burchette are looking good too." Newman likes his high jumpers in freshman David Essic and eighth gradcrs Andy Rogers and Kyle Duncan. "The\ all have potential lo reach fi\c leet and hssic has jumped 5-1. Duncan has natural spring and I think he can do something." Seventh grader Mark Mason has turned some eyes m the long jump. "H e’s jumping 14-15 leet. which is good lor a seventh gradcr." said Newman. "H c has a lot ol potential." Newman may have a secret weapon in the 600 run with seventh graderJtislin Jcnne. who is already on­ ly two seconds olTthc league’s best timc. Mikc K*rcc will also run the 600. as well as the S00. Adam Hill and Noah Drye will also help. Freshman Adam Dorsett is the two-miler. "He's the only two-miler we have." Newman smiled, "and he volunteered." As far as sprints. Newman likes seventh grader Robert Thompson, but he has been out a week due to sickness. He's hoping to get good results from freshman Eric Head and Dalton. Eighth grader Greg Eaton will run the 200 and 400. “ We arc looking good in the shot, discus. 800 and long jum p," Newman said. "1 think Brent has the best chance to have good times in lhe 800. "But as far as the relays, I don’t know yet." Newman, who ran the mile when he was attending high school in Tennessee, said he hoped his team isn’t tircd when the first meet rolls around this week. “ I don’t know if I’ve worked them loo hard." he said. “ We’ve had some tired people at practice.” The Wildcats will have to catch iheir breath going into this week's first meet against Erwin and South r>avie at Erwin. if South Davie Lost liames But Has More Depth; South Daxie ho\s track coach Jeff Kniiis doesn't haxc speedsters like Kelx in liames an.I Chris (ircanrv anxmorc but hc thinks he max have something better when the season begins this week at Erwin. Depth. "W e never finished worse than second place but even though we had those guys, we still only placed first once." En­ nis said. "I feel better about things this ycar because of fTimis depth. With depth, it’s not as hard to put people in places." Ennis xvill be relying on three freshmen to carry the team: Corey Deese. Robert Scott and Brian Tribble. "Corey will run the hurdles and he should have a very strong year.” said Ennis. “ Tribble has becn a very positive influence and he'll run the 100 and 200. He’s also trying the pole vault. “ Robert Scott is our leader. He’ll throw thc discus and high jump.” The hefty Scott doesn't look likc a highjumpcr but Ennis points out, “ Hc has strength in his lcgs." Gerald Roberts is returning as a long distance run­ ner in the mile and two-mile and may high jump. Ennis has received a few surprises, including Nicky Fisher and Keith Koontz, xvho haven't tried track before. Fisher xvill enter the long and triple jumps and Ennis is glad lo have his athleticism. Koontz showed his potential the first day hc walked out to!; practice. *«! The first time Koontz ever tried the highjump, heI; cleared 5-6. His first attempt at the long jump was!- 1‘l leet plus. > ; "He has a good future." Ennis said. "But he's plajfI; ing baseball too so if we can get him out here andZ; work with him, he’ll improve." '< Another surprise is Tommy Hendrix, xvho hasgood'; times in thc 400 and will run the relays. ' ’r\ Eighth grader Joe Ashburii has looked good in thCr hurdles and 800 run. ;-?; Three other eighth graders xvill make up the bulfc>; of the relays. Wilbert Lexvis. Marcus Davidson andI; Michael Gaither xvill join Hendrix. .-£; “ Those eighth graders make up a good nucleus,’’;; said Ennis. “ They’re just a step behind thc ninriC; graders.” •;!; Ennis thinks the key to success will bc thc effbff; of his 27-man team. ' -: "How xvell xve do has to do with effort,” hc said. ; “ lt’s hard to ask a kid to run nothing but circles around ’, a track. But overall, we have more depth. > ; “1 expcct the conference to be slower this ycar a^ct; if it is, we’ll do xvell. If somebody has a Kelvin Ijames,;; we may bc in trouble, lt’s just going to takc somr; meets to find out whcre xve arc and how well we can ; compete." .- : “ He’ll find out quickly. He meets Erwin and North ; Davie Wednesday. ;- ; “ 1 expcct Erwin and China Grove to have good; teams.” hc said. ; ■! Cozart’s Wildcat Girls Could Challenge Erwin For First lf there is any team that can dethrone Erwin's girls track squad thios spring, most North Piedmont Confercncc coaches think it is North Davie. Carol Cozart said it's possible ... if. The Wildcat girls can do xvell this year if they overcome injuries. If thc>' overcome sickness. If they can simply yet thcir team together. “ I'm concerncd with (he schcduling,” said Cozart, who helped improve thc girls team upon taking over the program. “ We have girls xvho haven’t practiced becausc of volleyball. Some are going to bc trying out for checrlcading at thc high school. Amy Nexvsom has mononucleosis." And then, there’s two-miler Joy Willard, xvho tripped over a trailer hitch, requiring 19 stichcs. And last y;a*s seventh grade xvhiz in thc 600-yard run. Tina Bailey, is having leg problems. "So xve're talking about a half dozen kdy people." Cozart said. Depth could solve the problem. “ Two seasons ago. xve had five returning, this year, we have 25 coming back," Cozart smiled. "So we have a lot of depth, especially xvith our seventh graders in the 600-yard run and in the long distances like the m ile." In fact. Cozart should be just as strong next year. Of her 65 members, only 13 are freshmen, while 27 are <ighth gradcrs and 25 are seventh gradcrs. “ Thc total number is up from 42 last year,” Cozart said. “ We should have backups in each cx-cn!." Among those returning to help ' this ycar is frcshman Dana Potts, xvhojust started practicing because of volleyball. She xvill bc one miss­ ing for a xveek xvhen high school checrleading tryouts begin. She was one of the league’s top hurdlers last season. Paae Archer will back hcr up. Casey Jenkins is back for the discus and shot put but Cozart likes backups Denise Boyd and seventh grader Maria Newsome. Anna Robertson, Amy Whaley and Christina Cassidy add depth. Jumpers include Jamic Hunter, Sonya Allen, Sherry Blackwell, Heather McDowell. Lori Sluder aiul Suzanne Shaver. Milcrs are being led by Candy Huffman while last year’s 600 xvhiz Tina Bailey is switching to the mile, if she can overcome leg in­ juries. Kristen Levernez, Mary Catherine Steed. Karni Perriman. Angela Whitaker and Tonya Mauldin arc also in the event. If Willard is unable to run the txvo mile, thcrc are several others waiting in the xvings. including Melissa Stroud. Candy Hoffman and Jenkins. Relay participants and sprinters are Hunter. Alien, Blackwell and Sluder. Gina McClamrock. Crystal Bonds and Kristen Miller and Shannon Umbcrgcr are running the 800. Archer. Melissa Hendrix, Brooke Holcombe and Stephanie Anderson are 1,600-meter participants. Eighth grader Christy Bennett also returns for the 800. She was third in the conference last year. Page Archer and Brooke Holcomb will alson run that event. Thc 600 run is for seventh gradcrs only and all 25 ofCozart’s first-year runners arc trying the event. She posts the scores and says hat over 10 arc running at a 2:24 |>ace with several morcjust a cou­ ple ofseconds behind. Some of the seventh graders doing well in the event are Hendrix, Jennifer Har- distcr. Kelly Archer. Felicia Sevan. Jane Burnette. Lynna Hanes. Amy Barnev. Meredith Jones. Miller and Eleanor Bailey. Still, Cozart realizes what it xvill takc to overthrow Erxvin. which I- has a club team and begins runn-. - ing in November. "Erwin is the top team,” shie" said, "but everybody’s beatable. We just have to go out and perform like xve're capable. Wc should be, better than last year. But until xve get out there and actually compete, it's going to bc a wait and sce typc. thing. »• "W e’re just trying to get our at­ tire team together first." Tribble Rebuilding South Track Team After Heavy Losses Tribble Says To Expect Cinderella Year From Tigers The ever-oplimistic Sheila Trib- ■ ble is surprisingly cautious when talking about her South Davie girls track outlook for 1990. The reason? She lost most of her big guns to Davie High. “ Last year. I pretty much knew we’d be leading after the field events," shc said. "But losing girls likc Katina Wagner. Kim McClelland and Stacy Arnold means losing a lot of points. "W e’ll be a Cinderella team if wc do anything." Tribble said she can’t yet answer thc question ofwhether South can capturc the glass slipper and con­ tinue to compete in the tough North Piedmont Conference. South was third in the conference mcet last season. "1 honestly can’t tell you what our strength is,” she said. ”1 ex- pect the spirit to bc good. This team will surprise ine." The spirit Tribble talks about has brought 55 girls into thc program titf> season and the future looks brifht, considering the smallest ;*W fc nude up of freshmen. Six- »«p»OMlframtheninthgrade, * l<wefoh* Md 19 from the Freshmen xvho should make an impact are Alieia Haves. Tammy Neely and Exon Fowler. "Fowler is our tcani leader," said Tribble. "She'll run in the sprints and 400 and 800 relays." Hayes placed in the conference meet last ycar and should score in thc shot put and discus. Neely is in her third year of track. Helping Fowler in the sprints is Kendra Kimmer xvhile Shcrry Mer- rell xvill triple jump and run the milc. Duree Howell xvill run thc 3,200. Tribble also has a good crop of eighth graders, including her daughter, Stacey, who was* last year’s NPC champion in the 600 run. But that race isjust for seventh graders and she is now concen­ trating on the 400. "Arnold is helping the girls in practice,” Tribble said. "She’s pacing them and Stacey’s right on Arnold’s tim e." Tara Green placed in the con­ ference meet in the triple jump, while Carrie Renegar is back in the hurdles, Tracie Sechiest in the 800 and Tanya Sherrill in the 400 and mile. Tanganika Gaither will score pointi in the highjump, l00metm and the 400 meters, Then. there are thc surprises. Eighth gradcr Latisha Rcdmond has excelled in thc 100, longjump and 400 relay. "She's my new Katina Wagner." smiled Tribble, xvho pointed to Nancy Jones in the mile and Jaimc Clement in the 200 and relays as other eigluh graders to watch. Seventh graders catching Trib­ ble’s eye xvith carly-scason perfor­ mances arc Beth Wall (1,600 relay, 600 and long jump), Anna Wall (hurdles) and Amanda Sigmon (long and triple jumps). “ This is definitely a rebuilding year," Tribble said, “ but I’m still optimistic. I expect the sprints to be good to us. The girls are working hard because they know the task ahead of them." Tribble sces Erwin as the favorite but said to watch out for Carol Cozart's North Davie team. “Last ycar, wc wcrc led by ninth graders and she was younucr,” she said. "Now, shc has thc good ninth graders.” South will be thrown into the lirc early. The opening meet is Wednesday, April 4 against the keguc's tap two teams, Erwin and North, al Erwin. S t o p T h e F o u l S h o t s 0 n F a iv P l a y Support Coach Valvano Truth. Honor. Justice. Fairness.-------------------- Universities arc supposed to tcach, support and reflect these principles. Then why are somc N.C. Suite u-ustecs apparently sacrificing these ideals xvhen it comes to CoachJim Valvano? Could it bc becausc somc of thc so-called objective prcss, which so vigorously defends its constitutional rights, has trampled thc rights of Coach Valvano? \Ve know diat the people of NorUi Carolina still believe in fair play and the principlc thai a person is innocent until proven guilty. Stand up for your belief in fairness and justice—show N.C. State's mistccs and interim chancellor that xvhile tlicy may haxre forgotten thcir higher ideals, those who support thc school have not. Force N.C. Suue’s trustees and interim chanccllor to give Coach Valvano thc rcspcct, honor and fairness due to thc man xvho was once hailc<l as NCSU’s greatest hcro. Please clip out this form, fill it in and mail it todav. Slam dunk foul play while we still have tiiiu*. '^ % : p i | To: N.C. State Trustees and Interim Chancellor Larry Monleilh I I am a dedicated supporter o f North Carolina State U niversity. 1 believe in fair | play and I don't believe that Coach Valvano is being treated fairly. | Please give Coach Valvano the respect, the honor aiul the fairness due to the I man we once hailed as our hero. K e c p ^ n Valvano as our Coach! ■ I Name_____________________' ' " I | Street Address, | City__________State__ZlP M ail to: L Interim ChancellorMC State Trustees - PO Box 7001 - Raleigh, NC 27695 Paid for by the Joe E. Murphy Family and Friends of N.C. Slate University. (T his 'group is not affiliated with Coach Valvaim, Coach Valvatvi's attorneys, tlu> imiwr<iiy nr tlu> Woll'pack Clul>.l --'-.:;:.: . '-:r-- ; ' V-;X" - ' K t $ & W . ftB—DAVIE COUNTY KN I ERPRISi: RI.(()RI), TllURSI)AY. April 5. 1990 Sammons, Coleman Strike Out 15 In Tiger Win • South Davie h;isch;ill coach tirimcs Parker said lic was worried about his pitching going into thc season opener at Chestnut Grove last week. He said that would he a problem area. But Bradley Sammons and Bub- ba Coleman proved that pitching was no problem in South's 8-6 win over thc Trojans. Thc two combined for 15 strikeouts to go with 10 South hits as thc Tigcrs slaved ofT.several Chestnut Grove rallies. ■ Sammons pitched five strong in­ nings, striking out 10 batters while Colcman moppcd up. recording five himsclf. . “ Sammons pitched w'cll but hc kept getting in trouble." Parker said. “ He'd let some runners on and then, he'd gel out of the jam. We u uililn'l MX'in to keep ("hesinut (in n e o lf the bases." Coleman, the freshman leader, was also the sparkplug on offense, starting several rallies. Coleman began a lwo-run first inning inning w ith a single. Brad Chapman was walked and Jason Toniberlin had a single. Coleman singled and stole a base to open the third inning and scored on Tomberlin's sacrifice lly. Chestnut Grovc came back to tie at four by thc fourth inning but South took thc lead right back with two runs in thc fifth. Tombcrlin walked and Brent Spry eraekcd thc team's first lu>mc run ofthe season to left field. Again Chestnut Grove camc _lw i“for;tTtm-;tthfihS^S<-mtf:4eyd— But the Tigers scored two in lhe lop of (he si.xtli for a 7-4 advantage. Coleman started the rally again with a tlekler's choice and a stolen base. An error and Tomberlin's double scored two. ,-He hil ii o lf the lop of the fence." said Parker. "It almost went out. He connected real well with the pilches." With lhe score 7-6 in favor of South. Parker's erew added an in- surancc run in thc seventh. Jack Fowler walked and stolc 4 basc, scoring on Kcith Koont/.'s double. Colcman had three hits in thc game, while Tombcrlin finished with two. Chapman, Spry. Koontz. ~Ron Amisliuiig and Jason Pltelps all had onc each. “ I feel real good about the team." said Parker. "W e hit the ball wellbut we made a lot of baserunning mistakes. It's early though. We'll just work on it. Notvs: • South, which finished 10^J and won the North Piedmont Con­ ference last season, is 1-0. • Sammons threw a lour hittcr over live innings. He struck out the sidc in thc third. • Colcman scorcd thrcc runs and Chapman two. • Coleman got in trouble in the bottom of the seventh, allowing a walk and double. But hc thcn struck out the side to end thc gamc with a flourish. Koontz also pitched to tlircc bat­ ters in the fifth. • South's gamc with Corrihcr- Lipc last week was postponed due to rain. Another datc has not been finalized yet. • Thc Tigcrs will facc Erwin at home Thursday and travel to North Tuesday for a 6:45 p.m. contcst at thc complcx. *rV".>-' ■ ;vW ' ■ ■■■ '-v'X, • “ ' ; f t & ^ . y ; ' ■ ' f ■'! 'Expect The Best In Junior High Sports Coverage In The Enterprise-Record \ Wildcats Rally For 7-5 Victory Over Erwin Although his North Davic baseball tcam was trailing 5-0 go­ ing into thc bottom of the third in­ ning of its season opener last wcck against Erwin, Sam Beck wasn't that worried. “ Onc thing wc have is good spirit in thc dugout regardless of thc scorc," said Beck. " I kncw all wc nccdcd was one hit to get us go­ ing." Chad Helton got that hit, a single, to lead o lf North's half of thc third and just likc Bcck predicted, the Wildcats exploded. Ninc runners came to thc plate in thc third, scoring four runs and North eventually went on to a 7-5 victory. “ Thc only reason they wcrc up in the first place was our errors." Beck said. "W c made six antl all ofthcir runs wcre unearned." Three were committed by usually-re!iable shortstop David Owcns. Bcforc starting pitchcr Marcus King kncw wlial hit him, hc was down fivc runs. ‘ ‘If hc was disturbed, you couldn’t tell it," Bcck said of his lefthanded startcr. “ He’s always pretty poiscd. And oncc wc gol back in thc gamc. hc bccame morc cffcctivc and confident. Thc fifth and sixth innings werc his strongest." North’s comeback began in thc third with Helton’s single, which was followed by King's walk. Eighlh grade centerficldcr Tyrone Martin lhen cleared the bases with a triple. “ I thought it was going out for a honic run." Bcck said. Norih wasn’t through. Shanc Ledford, another eighth gradcr, doubled and Owens rippcd a two- bagger. scoring Ledford for a 5-4 deficit. Helton finally tied the score in lhc fourth, doubling and lntcr scor­ ing, “ He’s a big strong boy who is going to help us," Beck said. “ Hc was cut last year but he’s looking very good right now." Thc winning runs camc in dur­ ing a iwo-run fifth. Martin walk­ ed and "Ledforil' *ingled. Owcns thcn rappcd his second double of the gamc. “ We always know we're going lo hit the ball hard." said Bcck. “ When Hclton got us our first hit, our confidence level rose and wc played good baseball." N<>les: • North is 1-0 on the season. • Martin and Chad Carter both made pretty, running catches in thc outfield for North. • Hclton, Lcdford and Owens all had two hits apiece for North while Martin and King stroked onc apiccc. Ledford and Martin each had two RBIs. • King finished with fivc strikeouts. • North’s other gamc last wcck at China Grovc was postponed duc to rain and a makeup datc has not bcen sct. • The W ildcats wcr.t to Southeastern Stokes Tuesday and travels to Chestnut Grovc Thurs­ day. South Davic thcn comcs in for a 6:45 p.nvgame Tuesday, April 10. YMCA Schedules Race: Gravely Cancels Thc YMCA of Greater Winston- Salcm and First Federal Savings and Loan Bank ofWinston-Salcm will hold thc I lth annual road race to benefit the YMCA Saturday. April 7 at Hanes Park. There will be a I0-K run. 5-K walk and a one-mile fun run. • Thc fun run is set to start at 8:45 a.m. The !0-K run ;ind 5-K walk will begin at 9:15 a.m. Runners will bc grouped accor­ ding lo scx and age in 22 categories with top finishers winning either trophies or cash awards. There will be a post-gamc picnic and t-shirts will be given lo all runners. For morc inform ation on registration, call Whit East at 919-721-2074. Thc fifth annual Great Gravely 8-K race, schcdulcd for Saturday, May 19 has bccn cancelled duc to an uncxpcctcd conflict in timing. Gravely has announced. “ We’ll be back in thc saddle again next year," said race coor­ dinator Zen Kulpa. "Thc cancella­ tion is merely a matter oftim ing.” A fifth anniversary celebration of the race will be held at thc timc of its running next May, according to Kulpa. All 1990 registration tecs receiv­ ed to date will be refunded. CH0GE 20 tfs*ShoeH H M t 'w w w s a a ^ ^ B Squire Boone Plaia Mocksville Monday-Thursday 10-8 Friday & Saturday 10-9 Sunday 1 6 SUPERSTARS OF WRE8TLIN8 Tuesday, April 10 Brock Gym, MocksvlHe Doors Open 6:30 p.m. Bell Tlwe <:00 P.m. “ LIVK T.V. TAMNM” 10 M t MATCMS Tag Teaw Cta«ptoa*Mp The Warrior* vs Strike Fi £ & = ■Te*ee M l tope George South va Cuben Asseaa*n WwM f t M Cnwl Connection vs Mck Llnk n B a r g e e " va Rusaian Mr. Wreetttng vaSuperHeeher - ^ a f W 5 r 'W c R e e All Tteketa «§» Ato*tod Bf T.V. 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Softball Leagues Any church, open or industrial men's and women's teams that want to play in the M ocksville/Davic Parks and Recreation Department leagues this summer should contact Joe Boyette at 634-2325 (work) or 634-3877 (home). The deadline for entry is April 13. Fro Wrestling Professional wrestling has waited until the end of basketball season to return to Mocksvillc. On Thursday. April 5 at the Brock Gym, the hiatus will be over. Among those wrestling will be the Junkyard Dog against Ivan Koloff. The popular Fantastics, whojust returned from an engage­ ment in Japan, will take on the Russian Assassins in a barbed-wire match to settle the differences bet­ ween the tcams. The hilarious ‘‘Midget Mat Stars" will be featured as Joey Kidd meets Little Louie. For the kids. Batman, the Capcd Crusader, will fight Tommy Landell. All action will begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $6 for all seats and coupons will be worth a dollar off. Area Sports They are on sale ai RiVJ Sports at the Squire Hoone Shopping Center and Floyd's Grocery on North Main Streei. More Wrestling More professional wrestling will continue at the Brock April 10 with live television tapings. TV com­ mentator Bill Prince will be on hand to call the action. In a tag team match already sign­ ed pits Strike Force against the Warriors. Also, in a world brass knuckles championship, five-time champion Rick Link defends against Cruel Connection Number One. Link, who stands at 6-2. 305 pounds, is a popular figure in Mocksville, is a former NWA and AWA champ. Other matches will see George South battling the Russian Assassin and Mr. Wrestling facing the Super Rocker. The Cuban Assassin and Black Atlas will also see action. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and all tickets will be S8. Kids under five will be admitted free. An autograph party with the wrestlers will begin at 7 p.m. Steeplechase Some of the country’s bestjum- ping horses and riders will compete in the 23rd annual Tanglewood Steeplechase, according to Tanglewood Park officials, who announced the races will be held May 12. Another record turnout of 21,000 is expected for the day-long event, which has become a springtime tradition in Forsyth County since the first race was run in 1963. Ticket sales have already begun with many steeplechase enthusiasts exercising their option of reserv- • ing the parking spaces they had last year. Park officials said there were still plenty of spaces available. Tanglewood has kept pace with the national trend in steeplechas- iiig. A total purse ol'S51 ,(KK) is of­ fered for five races, including the $20,000 Tanglewood Cup. Jerry Jones, steeplechase director, said the spring evenl is a major fun­ draiser for the park. “ This is the only event we have at Tanglewood that is solely for the benefit of the park.” he said. “ The bottom line is reducing the amount county taxpayers spend to maintain the park." More in formation about the steeplechase is available from the park office at 919-766-0591. Lone Hickory Any men's or women's softball team interested in playing in the Lone Hickory summer softball league is asked to call one of the following numbers: 463-2690 or 468-8449 or 463-2449 or 463-2439. There will be a limit to the number of teams that can play in the league so if you want to enter a team, you should call as soon as possible. Basketball Camp Last year. Davie County's var­ sity girls basketball coach Angie Jarvis decided to have a basketball camp and it was very successful with 80 campers. Now. she's planning the second annual camp f'orJuly 9-13 for girls in grades four through 12. Any girl wishing to attend should contact Jarvis at Davie High * & m m m f - ••;--•: • t e a ^ -.< 23t Volleyball Concentration Everyone is concentrating on the volleyball in recent junior high action. North Davie’s Sherry, Blackwell goes for the ball as Rhonda Patillo watches. Even linesman Charles Crenshaw appears intense while ready to make a call. — Photo by Romrte OaHsgher School. Pre-registration is S25 with a $30 fee after May 15. Checks can be made payable to Davic High School. Girls in grades 4-5-6 will receive instruction in the morning. Girls in grades 8-9 will play in the after­ noon and the high school players (grades 10-11-12) will play in the evening hours. Concord Speedway Weekly drivers at Concord Motor Speedway get down to the <erious business of running"for the I990division track championships Saturday, April 7, when the regular season begins afthe .4-mile oval. Once a month, the weekly 50-lap (late models), 25-lap (super stocks) and 20-lap races will give way to the thrilling “ Big 10" Series, 300 laps of racing in the late model divisions. The season closes in November, with “ Big 10" features the first and Thanksgiving weekends. In 1989, the third full season on asphalt at Concord, some 279 drivers competed in at least one race on the hmh-banked oval. Heat races start at about 7:30-. p.m. on regular weekly racing-, Saturday nights, with feature events starting at about 9 p.m. Among several improvements fans will note at the speedway this , season is the addition of about 5,000 top-quality grandstand seato that hug turn one, upping thfr"- speedway's seating capacity tO 14,000. Furr said that the March 11 crowd ofjust under 8,000 was the largest he's had at the speedway' since the racing surface was pav­ ed, near the end of the 1986 season. M E X C ITE M E N T 'y j V IT’S AT k AA y L We Cam B0B NEILL PONTIAC! 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Contact Rex Hobson for an appointment. The Mocksville Home Builders will bc awarding a $500 scholar­ ship to a Davie High senior going into a building trade program such as carpentry, masonry, or electrical installation. Applications are available in the guidance office. Tim Cleveland will be leaving on April 11 to spend 10 weeks in West Germany through the Cultural Relations Fellowship Program. The deadline to register for the June SAT is April 27. Registration forms and a sample test arc available in the guidance office. This will bc the last SAT given this school year. The guidance office has many VCR tapes of colleges in North Carolina that can be viewed at school or at home. The guidance office has a scholarship book which lists several hundred scholarships, loans and career information that students could request. Juniors arc particularly encouraged to look through the book to write for in­ formation concerning many of the scholarships listed. Shady Grove Dusty Rhodes from Crescent Electric spoke to the sixth graders on March 27. Rhodes had a tahletopdisplay showing lnm clcc- tricity llows from a substation to the home. Students of the Week March 3-16 include: Jenny Archer, liric Kisllcr. Derrick Smoot. Ashley Carroll. Tommy Scott. Heather Crawford, Crystal Mock, Starla Watson, Josh Wilson. Tomika Potts, Matt Harvey. Aaron Waller, Casey Lansinger, Sammy McDaniel, Brent Hemmings, Will Havis, Renee Markland. Megan Russell, Jason Rucker. Charlene Jacobs. Students ofthe Week March 23 include: Lauren Cornatzer, Randy Burton. JclT Robertson, Monica Bowman, Neil Foster. Craig Wiand. Kriste Armstrong. Lori Beauchamp, C allic Bailcy, Marlena Joyner, Tcd Simmons. Heathcr Swaringcn, Dana Frank. Linda Hollingsworth. Kevin Hen­ drix, Miranda Cox, Jaime Neesc, Tracy Delaney. Jason Wolf. Mocksville Middle Students recently participated in a kite making and kite fiying con­ test under the supervision of Karen Wishon. art teacher. Categories and winners were: best design and construction, David Little; most creative, Socorro Covarrubias; highest and longest Hying, Jonathan Creason: highest llying, Malt Hamrick; longest in air, Jason Shirle. Group class pictures were made on April 4. Mocksville Elementary The following students earned recognition during March 19-23 as Students of the Week: Cecil Lusk, Shori Anderson. Dustin Myers, Stephen Ridenhour, Brandon ln- scoe, Jennifer Moore. Darlene Charles, Casey Jones. Jessica Parker, Andrea Dull. Lucas Phillippc, Olivia Steele, Katie Lloyd, Erin Greene. Trent Howell. Chuck Birdsong. Dale Johnson, Rocky Dewall, Orene Totten. William R. l)avie All parents are invited to work on landscaping projects on April 7 from 9 a.m.-l p.m. The goal is to make the school as attractive and inviting as possible. This is a school effort to beautily the campus. North l)nvie Brookc Whitley had a poem published in the "Monkey Shines" magazine. The poem was titled “ The W orld." Tim Fisher, a seventh grade stu­ dent at North Davie, placed second in the State Geography Bee. He was awardeil $75. The Science Olympiad Team did well in competition at Catawba College on March 24. • Second place winners were Jeannie Robertson and Cheryl Coburn in Science Crime Busters. • Third place winners were Jeremy Smith. Benji Dziuba. Man- da Whicker and Tammi Coburn in the Pcntathalon. • Tied for third place in Science Quiz Bowl were Bryan Thompson, Bryan McNeil, Steve DescJi and Tim Fisher. Jessica Dorr won an honorable mention in the Junior Physical Science division of the Regional Science Fair on March 30-31. Marc Womack received a U.S. Marine Corps certificate for his work in computer science. Mandy Barnhardt's project placed first in thcjunior biological science divi­ sion. She received a plaque and a $50 savings bond. Her project will represent Region 7 in the junior biological science division at the State Science Fair on April 27. Smith Davie CAT testing is being held April 2-6. Kevin Goolsby competed in the ;5""i-A;> Rcbekah Phillips, an eighth grader at North Davie Junior High School, was recently •warded first place in an art 0ompetition. PUiiip*, daughter of Ardella PhiUipeofRoutfe5, iUe, woo fursl place in ;i An Ciub for her artwork o f a cat. “ I had to do an optical illu­ sion,” she said, "lt had to bc black and white. “Ijustdrcw it and sent it in,” she said. Phillips has won many other awards for her artwork. Phillips said she has no preference in art. *'i like anything,” shcsaid. “ It doesn’t m atter.” Phillips said her three brothers are also good artists. “ But we sure didn’t get any art talent from my parents,” she said. Phillips said she wants to pur- sue art as a career. Northwest Regional Science Fair at Lenoir Rhyne College. His pro­ ject investigating how swimming and jogging affects the metabolism of hamsters won ihird place in the senior biological division. He was awarded a ribbon and a plaque. The Davie High Band selected thc Flag Squad for 1990-91: Jen­ nifer Beck. Kerri Davidson. Amy Beeker. Stacey Jiill, Tina Linville, Crystal Davis. Angie Feaster, Beth Hunt. Meg Fagan. Krysl;i Scott, Shirley Sinc. Barbara Gullcdge, Donna Jones, Nikki Brown. Cheerleaders for thc 1990-91 season were selected March 30. Thc varsity cheerleaders are Sarah Bahnson, Tonya Charest, Monica Cooper, Anita Crotts, Tara Greene, Heathcr Henderson, Beth Mull, Kena Stone, Anna Wall. Junior varsity cheerleaders arc Joanna Babbitt, Jennifer Garnett. Terra Johnson, Megan Keller, Lcah Raynor, Katic Riddle, Angie Roberson, Kristina Shoffncr, Can­ dice Steele. Wendy Brown placed third in thc area Conservation Speech Contest in Charlotte. Thc PTSA will sponsor a dance on Friday, April 6. Thc admission will bc $3. There will be a PTSA meeting Thursday, April 12, at 7 p.m. Spring pictures will bc made Fri­ day. April 27. Thc following students .wcre chosen Student of thc Month for March in Mrs. Tcusehler’s com­ puter class: Chris Froclich, Heather Hampton, Paula Canter, Tonya Keaton. The ninth gradc classes joined with thc North Davie ninth graders to give concerts forall thc elemen­ tary schools in Davie County. This was under the direction of Kathy Fcrebee and Robert Patillo. This was done in conjunction with Music in otir Schools Month and as a reward to ninth graders. Also this liclps with recruiting of sixth graders for next year. Chapter I Reading students are participating in a program called "Shoot For Thc Stars On The C A T". Each student has set an in­ dividual goal that hc/shc will “ shoot" for an improvement over the score that they made last year. All students reaching their goal will participate in special activities in May. Thc student in each group making thc largest point gain will rcccive a plaque. Chapter I students have participated in a Sustained Silent Reading program during the third nine week grading period. Those students earning the required number of points will be going to McDonald's for lunch during the weck o f April 9-13. Pinchrook Sixth grade students in Brenda Davis, Ramona Hemric and Mol­ ly Lloyd’s class visited thc Nature Scicncc Center in Winston-Sakm on Wednesday. March 28. The students observed demonstrations and lectures on chemistry, elec­ tricity and light. On Friday. March 30, Candace Poplin and Teresa Ward's fourth grade classes toured RJR and historic Bcthabara. Nancy Steele's first grade class visited thc veterinary hospital in Clemmons. The students also toured Quincy's Steakhousc. Garnett Clark, a retired coach and physical education teacher, gaveajump rope demonstrationfo students in grades 3-5 on Friday, March 23. He also taught the students new tricks with the rope. This culminated thejump rope ac­ tivity in physical education class. Many of the students joined tHe Kangaroo Club. Faye Gardner, Linda Harrisaad Karen Myers’ fifth grade studeob visited Horizon’s Unlimited in Salisbury recently. They observed programs on heat and the human body. Two second grade students in Phyllis Ballentine’s class, Sopttp Martinez and Andra Smith, wrote and presented a puppet show en­ titled “Friends” during reading class. The students made the pup­ pets and stage as an after-school project. Report cards went home to parents on Friday, March 30. . ' * ^ r i f t & Career Day South Davie Jr. High School students Melissa Rennix, Shirley Sine and Kendra Kim- mer talk with Wanda Bailey of the Mocksville Post Officer during career day at the school last week: — Photo by Robin FerguMOn— ♦ Rebekah Phillips with art work which first place in a state contest. ; — Photo by James Barringer ;O p tic a l Illu s io n ;North Davie Student Wins Art Contest Vote Bob Hampton For Sheriff I am a republican candidate for Sheriff of Davie County. I am forty-nine years old, and a life-time resident of Davie County. My wife and I have two children; Jason, seven and Brvan twelve. ' COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES: Member of Cooleemee Presbyterian Church, March of Dimes Volunteer, United Fund Worker, Worker for Republican Party. WHEN ELECTED: I will stay in touch with the people of Davie County by phone and open door policy. I will welcome ideas on how to make the sheriff more efficient and hold public meetings to hear suggestions of the people. I will see that special attention is given to the victims of crime, and victims will be kept aware of the progress made on their cases. Follow-ups will be made on all cases instead of closing the file when the report is taken. I The crimes involving children and against children will behandled by an officer soecializ- mg in juveniles. r I The sheriff department will be very strict on drug and alcohol related crimes. I will im­ prove our public school programs on drug and alcohol abuse. , I want a stronger county wide community watch program. The sheriff department will patrol Incident areas of theft, vandalism, and break-ins. This would help solve crimes that are steadi­ ly going up. * We need faster response time to in-coming calls. This could mean the difference between hfe and death. I will have patrolling improved in the county. Being sheriff is a twenty-four hour a day job. The people should be able to.contact the sheriff night or day. I have law enforcement experience and when I am elected sheriff of Davie Countv mv door will always be open to the people of my County. Vote Bob Hampton, May 8, 1990, candidate for Davie County Sheriff. You vote and support will be appreciated. Sincerely Yours, Bob Hampton Pald Political Ad By Bob Hampton 8 DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. THURSDAY, April 5, Student Wins Speech Contest Region champion MathCounts team members from North DavieJunior High School, from left, Shannon Umberger, Charlie Markland, Barry Zimmerman, Jack Hall, Mike Fer- ree and Jennifer Cornatzer. Advisors are Cathie White and Susan Barnhardt. — Photo by James Barringer North Davie MathCounts Tops In Region North Davie Junior High’s math counts tcam placed first in regional compctition held in February in Winston-Salem. Thc tcam then competed in thc statc compctition March 24 and was named 12th bcst out of thc 27 teams from ninc regions in thc slate. Winners at thc regional level in- cluded: Jack Hall, first place in­ dividual winner and first place in countdown round; and Barry Zim­ merman, first place alternate winner. In statc compctition held in Raleigh. Hall placed 2lst in in­ dividual com pctition while tcamates, Shannon Umberger plac­ ed 30th. Charlie Markland placed 51st. and Jennifer Cornatzer plac­ ed 70th in individual competition out of 122 students that wcrc tested. Hall received a medal for bcing thc team's highest scorer. Thc tcam traveled to compctition March 23 and toured the N.C. School of Math and Science. Thc compctition was sponsored by PENC (Professionald Engineers I Science Olympiad participants from North Davie, from left: seated, Tim Fisher, Brooke Whitley, Jenay Keaton, Manda Whicker, Tami Coburn; standing, Cynthia Thompson (advisor), Jeremy .Smith, Bryan Thompson, Mandy Barnhardt, Steve Desch, Benji Dziuba, Dianna ljames, Bryan McNeil, Jeannie Robertson, Cheryl Coburn. 15 Participate In Science Olympiad Fifteen North DavieJunior High students competed recently in the ■ North Carolina Science Olympiad •held at Catawba College. •: Winning medals at the evcni held • on March 24 were: Cheryl Coburn and Jeannie Rohertson. second place in .science erime busters; Bry;m Thompson, Tim Fisher, Stcvc Desch and Bryan McNeil were tied for third in the science quiz, bowl; Jeremy Smith. Manda Whicker, Tami Coburn and Benji Dziuba won third plaee in the pcn- tathalon event: and Mainlv Bar- nhardl was in lOth place for trec indentifieation. Others competing in the olym­ piad were: Brooke Whitley. Katie Desch. Jeremy Smith, Dianna ljamcs. aml Jenay Keaton. I Portable Covers By MASON CORPORATION Peaay’s Fashion World A seventh grader at North Davie Junior High School won the district soil and water conservation speech. Brookc Whitley, daughter of Myrna and Barry Whitley of Far­ mington. won thc comcpetition March 27 in Charlotte. Whitley first had to become champion in her school, thcn within the county. As district win­ ner. she will compete on the statc level May 4 in Raleigh. Her speech was titled "How Water Conservation Influences Agriculture in North Carolina." "M y speech focused on the dif­ ferent typcs of ways to conservc water in North Carolina." shc said. Whitley's said her teachers Renae Ridenhour and Susan Bar­ nhardt helped prepare her for thc specch. *#* ofNorth Carolina), lngersoll Rand on Mocksvillc helped sponsor thc trip. Questions for thc competitions camc from basic seventh and eighth grade Algebra 1 & 11, Geometry, and pre-Calculus course work on the high school level. Teacher advisors for thc math counts tcam arc: Susan Barnhardt and Cathie Whitc. Head Start Applications Being Taken Thc Yadkin Valley Hcad Start program is taking applications for thc I lW 1 school year, which will begin in September for pre­ schoolers ages 3.4, 5, (whose bir- thdatc comes too late for kindergarten); and whose family income does not exceed thc current U.S. family income guidelines. The Hcad Start Program pro­ vides comprehensive pre-school child development services in­ cluding: education, medical, den­ tal. mental health, nutrition, transportation (if feasible), han­ dicap special needs, parent involve­ ment and family social services assistance. For further information or an ap­ pointment contact the county com­ munity action program service center: Jackie Doby: 704/634-2187 or 634-2188. Information you will need to bring or have available when mak­ ing application: child’s birth cer­ tificate. immunization record, documentation of handicapping condition (if any), verification of all family income (W-2 tax forms). The program reserves thc right to makc copies of your documen­ tations for verification. Brooke Whitiey ... wlns speech conteel WRD Honor $tudent8 Listed Foster. Heath Grooms, Travte Hedrick. LaTosha Lyons, Tamam Morris, Ava Myers, Koshafi Nichols. Waylon Stroud and Steven Yountz. Also, Amice Barnette, JaiWK Dyson, Timothy Ijames, Aubray James, Jeremy Keaton, PMMp Rogers and Chris Tomel. Si*th Grade A-B honor roll — Drew Carter, Jason Fcnree, Jason Murphy, Mb- ty Weatherman, Dawn WiUard, Jonettc Williard and Carrie Bolin. A and A-B honor roll students at William R. Davic School forthc third nine-week grading period arc: Fourth Grade A-B honor roll — Jennifer Busscy, Jeremy Murray. Ethan Prevctte, Kimberly Anderson, Joey Foster, Jennifer Harpc and Judy Rcavis. Fifth Grade ' A ll A's — Hillary Brickcy and Anna Mcrcier. A-B — Tabitha Cleary. Clay School Menus The Davic County school menus for thc week of April 9-13 are as follows: MONDAY. APRIL 9 Breakfast: Cereal and buttered toast with jelly or pizza, choice of juicc and milk. TUESDAY. APRIL 10 Breakfast: Cereal and buttered toast with jelly or manager’s choice, choice of juice and milk. WEDNESDAY. APRIL II Breakfast: Cereal and buttered toast with jelly or pancake with butter and syrup with sausage, choice of juice and milk, THURSDAY. APRIL 12 Breakfast: Cereal and buttered toast with jelly or school-made banana bread, choice ofjuice and milk. FRIDAY. APRIL 13 Sprinc Brcak ' GRADES K-6 MONDAY, APRIL 9 Lunch: Corn dog or country style steak, creamed potatoes, green beans, fried okra, fresh fruit, roll and milk. TUESDAY. APRIL 10 Lunch: Manager's choice WEDNESDAY. APRIL II l.uiH"h (Easier Meal): Roast beef or baked ham, buttered com, i potato souffle, broccoli caswfbfc, fruit cup, roll and milk. Booer. Coconut cake THURSDAY, APRIL 12 Lunch: Pizza or combo sand­ wich, tossed salad, green peas, baked potato, pineapple tidbits aad milk. Bonus: Lettuce and pictie FRIDAY. APRIL 13 : Spring Break GRADES 7-12 MONDAY. APRIL 9 Lunch: Corn dog or country style steak, creamed potatoes, green beans, fried okra, fresh fruit, roll and milk. TUESDAY, APRIL 10 Lunch: Manager's Choice , WEDNESDAY, APRIL II Lunch (Easier Meal): Roasl beef or baked ham, butteied com, sweet potato souffle, broccoli cauerok, fruit cup, roll and milk. Bonus: Coconut cakc THURSDAY. APRIL 12 Lunch: Quiche or combo sand­ wich, tossed salad, green pea>, bakcd potato, pineapple tidbfa, milk and roll. Bonus: Lettuce aad pickle. | FRIDAY. APRIL 13 Spring Break f**turing Quality and Economy and these other outstanding benefits: SALISBURY MALL K * L ^— Visit The Easter Bunny during his stay at the Salisbury Mall, now through April 14th Sec the nsw Easter Gazebo and get your picture taken in it o^~. uuth thc Easter Bunny. - X ^ *- (Pictures Only »4®°J D ay O f The C hild Ewy to ataamble Pr*driMod beems and gu*set ptates AvtftaMe In four size M n g design Durabk 6' 13'-0"x21'-0" iy - 0 " * # '- 0 " Deluxe trlm on four sides Portable or stationary No gutters to trap leaves Paint warranty on roof panels Heavy 3"x3" square columns gslvanized "C ” beams SI7ES- 21'-0"*21'-0" 21'-0"x 28'-0" S oM * lnttalled By ttlass *M M , MockevWe, N.C. 2 m m $ 0r 140043742U Ladies & Men’s Clothing Name Brands Wrangler Jordache I ia y t t ftirlt Jtan> ] ALL AT OREAT SAVINGS! We U y iw iy i <Ul sales Fl*al Highway 601 North of Mocksvilte 2 Miles Soulh ot Yadkinville Hows: Mon.#ri. 10 to S:30; Sat. 10 to S L + J KALISUURY MALI. A p r il 7 th , 11 a .m . to 4 p .m . Local organizations io ill bc displayed throughout thc Mall promoting thc welfare of area children. 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NS00 89 FORO XLT LARIATBS OLDS DELTA ROVALI 86 CONVERSION VAN '200*' per mo i rti.xtts’eaBBagi 200 ' -^ •^ ^ 4 M M per mo 131” oer mo.afcUL^&a2a^:tj^,z.i^:tL^^funrr;-. CHUCK WALKER CfNIRAL $ * ll$ M *N *O IR PERSONALLY INVITES YOU TO SHOP OUR DEALERSHIP BEFORE PURCHASING YOUR NEXT CAR OR TRUCK. GST TO KNOW OUR COURTEOUS & PROfESSIONAL SAL(S STAff m vi*usoN IUHI 4UIN UUI JOHN N0W4ID MANAGER DALE BELL BOB orsoN SAllS Bell 81 Howard Che " - V.$W ' ^'T%W ■ .im UR. iA0 »01 HKlUMD AU lUUMClNO MWJICT 10 UUC AWOVIl Dt‘ A1V r N o ? S 8 1 ’^.i't-;"";:^i-„KivwsK"'r"v; „::■" -/•---■■:■.■•,■■ '^ '^ p ^ f W ^ ^ x ''- DAVIE COUNTY ENTfeRPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, ApHI5, l ................'W/---.^:v^' .■•-7% :- - >v-;rv;v: ;•.;■•• ' - •-;• ■• . Davie S t u d e n t s W r i t e , A n d T e l l S t o r i e s ^ ftv ;* ::^ - :.> K % ''> :V, lty Mike H:irnhar<ll Davie Counly En!erprise-Record Lcster Joncs went into the Mocksville Elcmcnt;iry School classroom carrying a wooden box containing a rabbit. As the young students glanced up with eager looks, Jones returned with some ncrvous looks of his own. “ This is Randy Rabbit and his feet arc real big and all the other rabbits make fun o f him .” Joncs said. It was a different side of the classroom for Jones, ajunior at Davie High School. Usually a student. Jones and 24 classmates in Kristine Kokoski's English class at Davie High School went to Mocksvillti Elementary School recently, reading stories they had written. There was original artwork to accom­ pany thc storics, and with ‘ ‘Randy The Sliding Rabbit." Joncs, David Marshall and Scott Wagner allowed the students to pet a live rabbit. In the end, “ Randy's” big feet camc in handy. After hearing the story, thc third graders were asked what they learned. “ Don't make fun of people who are dif­ ferent,” one student said. Katherine Kronbach and David Albcyta told their story. “ George Learns A Lesson,” in which the character learned not to accept candy from strangers. “ Dinky The Dinosaur" did his best in u story created by Regina Johnson and Christy Longworth. In fact, all the stories taught a lesson, one of the few requirements Kokoski plac­ ed on her students' work. “ Every story teaches a moral,” Kokoski said, adding that she got the idea for students writing children's stories from a “ Better Teaching" newsletter published by Davie schools. The idea gained quick acceptance from her students. “ They couldn't wait to get to English class," she said. “ They were thrilled, a tremendous enthusiasm. “ All of these stories are totally original. The one criteria was it must teach a moral — how to deal with bullies, how to over­ come a handicap, thou shalt not steal ..." Kokoski helped her students with sentence structure and vocabulary, mak­ ing sure the storics could be understood by younger students. Her students were also responsible for illustrations accompanying the stories. The trip to the elementary school pro­ vided a “ professional child audience." Thc storics fit well with the elementary school’s creative writing and public speaking classes, she said. Other students participating in the re­ cent storytelling and their storics were: Michael Boger and Gary Williams. “ Gruff's Great Adventure:” Shannon Smith and Brian Dyson. “ Burt's Big Adventure;” and Traci Absher and Brian W. Carter. "Grumpy Grasshopper and thc Big Surprise.” Also. Tina Lundy and Tracey Garner. “ Thc Daisy Flower Asked: Who Is Most Important To Me?;” Angie Minor and Bridgctt Rcavis. “ Burt Bunny's Plump Juicy Carrots:" Mark Lyons and Martha Scott, “ Wolly The B ully;" Dawn Taylor and Shcree Myers, “ The Junior Detec­ tive's First Case;" Willard Parris and Susan Romero. "Terry The Turtlc;" and Kevin Allen and Ron Fortner, “ Keith of the Conuo." :\W fS ? IP 5# l'lll if I x (>'rrli ! t',r 1.1 <rr fhr skdm-.’cki Il-.1 rt<--if Marrh .trvnlctn ■Vi i lo.r l>* s"ii »-itn ribbont And bili ii( eicrqieen. fat tHtj lUnd f»r St Patrick. So ft.itl(ti ond 46 good __ )M fhr lrnli 0 u9M io bve kre. Jutt 11< rvcryM j should ^ ^ ^ S , ^ ^ W W & m i Davie High School junior Ron Fortner discusses story with Mocksville Elementary se­ cond graders.Photos by Robin Ferguwon >>7^r •;•'-• ....■ y 4 ^ H j -•->\?K ■ -’ :.; ■■'■'■« i? ;, =■«:■'>}'■' ■ .y t .-i - »> ' • ••• \ 1£ t Telling about “ RandyThe Sliding Rabbit," Scott Wagner, David Marshall, LesterJones. Sheree Myers, Dawn Taylor read their original story to Mocksville Elementary students. $ c r * X SWite^?i^S?S^i®^^j ^ ^ m ^ ^ g # I ^ P ^ ■ ® ® E ^ ^ ^ ^ S ^ ^ ^ i m ^ m l ^ m m ^ m ^ ,',.V ', * C ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 5 '* ^ v ^ ? 1; ^? .^ "'^ - ^ h m & ^ ^ ^ ^ w < ^ 4 ^ t '-!&BS^^ffS5m^fc^^.A •>'->:,^^S^M^^^^^^^$^a^L>5lVy ^*J'M ! ^ M g f ev7^^S^®jg6^Hwy5^^sy%*%'■ *’ '*>' *V!1 # M K ^ i f^^^^^^^fesli rr Christy Longworth (left, in photo at right) and Regina J0 hns9n tried to teach students to do their best with their story. Above, David Abeyta and Katherine Kronbach pre­ sent illustrated story to elementary students. Stw- -'i 2C—DAV1E COUNTY KNTERl’RISK RKCORI>, THURSDAY, April 5, 1990 Social ;./v'>r^fHi'•-•*•; -/'.-i'','.’r^v-'HEv^, -_ ; '• '; -A "-•' ;./• f *,^== .,-. t^ r-^,:M -^Q ,% s^;;^;jv 'wM " v*l''M .' -v ■ >r, '' '"'•■. 'tV, ; "‘- ' j;.u>l::;iy "- : 'v'U''':-; ; ' "' ; ''-'^ i^ "||' ■ : -. ■ " ;-' Jackson-Crabbe 1 Engagement Announced t; . I; • Mr. and Mrs. John Dwight Jackson ol' Route 3. Mocksvillc. an­ il nouncc the engagement ol" their daughter, Amy Elizabeth Jackson, ;• *• to Charles John Crabbc of King, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Crabbc of Winston-Salem. Thc bridc-elect is a graduate of Davie High School and will graduate from Appalachian State University. Boone in May with a bachelor’s ofbusincss administration degree with a major in health care manage­ ment and a minor in mathematics. She is captain of ASU Colorguard, unit of ASU Marching Band. Crabbc is a graduate ofR.J. Reynolds High School and ASU with a bachelor’s of business administration degree with a double major in banking and economics and bachelor s degree in music education. He is employed by Surry County Schools and is a band dircctor. The wedding is planned for June 9 at thc First Baptist Church, Mocksvillc. Food Lion On Way, Club Told The Cornatzer Homemakers Club met at thc Cornatzcr-Dulin Volunteer Fire Department on Tuesday. March 27. Aftcr a covered dish noon meal, ; !thc president, Betty Wood, called the meeting to order. • !; Brad Cartner from Food Lion 'management spoke to thc members :;prescnt. He told about the growth ■ ,and progress of Food Lion since its l'first store was opened in 1957 in ■ISalisbury. He also made his first announcement of the opening ofthc third Food Lion for Davie County on U.S. 601 south of Mocksvillc. It will contuin a deli. During the business session, plans wcre made to deliver filled Easter baskets, which members had previously made for thc residents of Davie Village. The meeting was adjourned with the club collect. The next meeting will be at the home of Jackie Winters April 24 ai noon with a covered dish lunch. — Club Members Hear Poetry By Margaret I’otts Club Reporter ; ■ Fork senior citizens met March .‘>28 at Fork Civic Center with 37 ;.mcmbers and 10 visitors present. ' - Lunch was served at 11:30. > ' Members were entertained by ; thc senior chorus from the Brock I jCcnter. They sang several sclec- ■ lions and were accompanied by AI '. Thorton at the piano. -;■ Sadie Rice called thc meeting to • 'order. In the absence of secretary - ‘JCemp Barnhardt, who broke her • ’foot, Wyona Johnson called the roll : £nd read minutes of thc last Fay Deans Heading MS Drive In Bermuda Run Fay l)eans has been nam ed chairm an o f the residential cam ­ paign for the N ational M u ltip le Sclerosis Society in the B erm uda . Run aiiGi,. which involves recruiting local volunteers to ci'jP inmrniogical-discascL^=_.aiLofteiL and referral, medical equipment, counseling, educational seminars, social events, monthly newsletters, and exercise classes. M ultiple Sclerosis is a loct donations in the annual drive during the month of April. The Central North Carolina Chapter is parl of lhe National Multiple Sclerosis Society. It is a non-profit health agency whose purposes are to aid individuals with MS and their families; to obtain and disseminate information about MS; and to support national research leading to the eradication of the illness. The services available for peo­ ple with MS include information disabling condition of the brain and spinal cord which principally strikes young adults. It is not a mental disease nor is it contagious. An estimated 500,000 Americans have MS and related diseases. There is no known cause, curc or prevention. Thcreare treatments which can alleviate symptoms, but none has been found which will alter the progress of the disease. Anyone interested in helping with the drivc should contact Deans at 998-5892. Y Volunteers Sought The Cooieemce senior citizens met March 26 at the First Baptist Church fellowship hall. The meeting was callcd to order by thc president, Virginia Plott. Noah Plott led in prayer. The group sang “ Leaning On The Everlasting Arms” led by Ruby McDaniel accompanicd by Frances Smith at the piano. Devotions were given by Noah Plott. His text was taken from Ephesians 6. The roll was updated. The president read a letter ask­ ing for, volunteers foractivities for patients at Autumn Care. Volunteers werc asked to par­ ticipate in the YM C A Rock-a-Thon. Plans wcre made to tour Meri­ dian Nursing Home. There were 31 members and three visitors present. May Fest will be at thc Brock Center May 5 starting at 10 a.m. Clara Mae Foster entertained thc group by telling jokes. Several members told of unusual things that had happened to them. Thc group discussed a bus trip. Thc meeting adjourned by all singing the club song. Thc next meeting will bc April 9. . -,:n y Couple Married Juanita Boger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lee Boger of Route 6, Mocksvillc, and William Jeffrey Harpc, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Harpe of Mocksvillc, were united in marriage Saturday. March 19, in a 3 p.m. ceremony at the Statesville courthouse. Magistrate Mrs. M.J. Moore officiated. The couple arc both graduates of Davie High School. Shc is employed by Hanes Inc. of Bixby. He works for Davie County Sheriff’s Department. Hopkins-Eaton Couple To Marry The Rev. and Mrs. Charles Richard Hopkins of Southern Pines announce the engagement of thcir daughter, Lila Annette Hopkins, to William Chris Eaton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eaton ofRoute 1, Advance. Thc bride-elect is a graduate of Pinecrcst High School and receiv­ ed a bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from thc Unfivers1ty of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is employed by Rex Hospital. Eaton is a graduate of Davie High School and received a master’s dcgrec in mechanical engineering from N.C. State University. He is employed by Delco Products Division of General Motors, Dayton', * Ohio. •'■ < The wedding is planned for June 2 at Forest Hills Baptist Church;: Raleiuh. meeting. Ruth Barney, chaplain, had charge of devotions, reading Philippians 3. She also read poetry. Plans wcre made to go to the zoo April 19 at Asheboro. Members discussed plans for the May Fest May 5 at the Brock Center. Door prizes wcrc won by Hazcl Gobble and Robert Gust;ivson. One game of cover-all bingo was played, with Janell Pack winner. G e t y o u r f e d e r a l t a x r e f u n d f a s t e r ! E'electronically filed federal income tax returns i?available whether we prepare your return or not v and, your refund check can be mailed to you or deposited directly into your bank account Available At H&R BLOCK Available At Willow Oaks Shopping Center MOCKSVILLE. NC 27028 704-634-3203 Hours: Monday-Frlday 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Saturdny 8:30 a.m . to 1 p.m. Cooleem ee Shopping Center COOLEEMEE, NC 27014 704-284-2724 Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Io 1:00 p.m. Ai . « LOTUS P0 ND Chinese Restaurant F in est C uisine Mandarin • Hunan Cantonese • Szechuan □ Weekly Luncheon Specials □ Private Party Facilities □ Wine List Available □ Orders To Go 766-6261 New Towne Shopping Center Clemmons Hours: Sun.-Thurs. 11:30-10 pm Frl. 11:30-11 pm Sal. 4:30-11 pm ^ T ^ * » » ^ * i» i« d » ^ » > ± » ^ » l« g » T < g » r « » ? < ife « M$2i Mon., Wed., Fri. *•30 em • 5:30 pm jTuH.tThure. 3pm*7pm CMropractic I • $mm> tftoet tor meny types ol ‘ *tfm . W‘e «w fM i to tocato and I Ww eauw, no< W*t the iym<Homi i A M * ^ M ^ A M * ^ A am fca mI OTv ■ VNNMM9 WHi SusanSykesB^ i^ » AA • A A _ _ _^V_ _ J^^^^ mmMmmR^<K>^:;j^.*ji-^.^fc < < d ( f / < > / / Hwy. 64 West, 1 mile out of Mocksville (704) 634-0722 Total Family Haircare Free Haircut With Perm Offer Good Thru April A We would like to welcome our new stylist Deedra Horne to our staff. Come by to visit! Darlene Owings, Owner - Stylist M e l a n i e S . R e r i f r o e , M . D . a n d P h i n P . G a m b l e , P . A . - C . a n n o u n c e t h c o p e n i n g o f MOCKSVILLE FAMILY PRACTICE H o u r s b y A p p o i n t m e n t 256 Hospital Street Mocksville Surgical Associates' Building April 1 6, 1 9 9 0 A p p o i n t m e n t s c a n b c m a d e b e g i n n i n g A p r i l 9 b y p h o n i n g 634-7505 &iiuiAL'. I)AV1E COUNTY ENTERI'RlSE RECORD, TIIURSDAY, Aprfl S, IW t3C Around & About Local Brangus Breeders Briny Home Awards Local Brangus Breeders. Hoosier S\ ndication ainl Cow Creek Ranch of Mocksville. have won several awards recenily. Brangus hull Hoosicr. owned by Hoosier S \inliealion. was selected thc grand champion al the February Dixie National Show in Mississip­ pi. He had also earlier been named summer champion bull. Cow Crcck's Mi.ss Norma Jean 8942 was also named grand champion at the .show. Cow Creek fared well with the reserve grand cham­ pions bv being co-owners of both cattle. CCR Kainman 445Jl), the show's senior bull calfchampion. was named resei\e grand champion hull. CCR Vanessa 55h4. the rcservc |umor champion female. Cow Creek also exhibited the grand champions of the March l) Tennessee BeefAgribition Brangus Sliow in Mtirfeesboro. CCR MsNan l014l2advanced to the championship from thejuniorvearl- ing heifers class. The reserve grand champion hull honor went to Cow Creek’s CCR Preference l848. Tolbert Re-elected To N.C. Academy Of l’hysiciuns Dr. Franklin L. Tolbert of Mocksville has been re-elected to the North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians. In order to become eligible for this honor, the members are required to com­ plete 150 hours ot" continuing medical education during the past three years. He joins 357 of the state’s 1.145 practicing family physicians in achieving this educational goal. In addition to the 150 hours, mcn*crs must accumulate 300 hours of continuing medical education for board certification. Family medicine is the only medical speciality to require board re-certification every seven years. Howard Enlists In Air Force IH'layed Enlrv Program Howard C. Cook, son of William and Vivian Cook of Mocksville, recently enlisted in the Air Force’s delayed enlist­ ment program. Howard, a 1990 graduate of Davie High School, is scheduled for enlistment into the regular air force. Upon gradua­ tion from the air force's six week basic training course at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas, he will receive technical training in his designated career area. Howard will earn credits toward an associate degree in applied sciences through the community col­ lege of the air force while attending basic and technical training schools. Hellard-Ireland Couple Married On March 17 Christv l.avada llellard. daughter of Mabcl ll. Couch and Leonard F.. Hellard. was united in holy wedlock to Darren Ray Ireland, son of Bonnie V. Ireland and Bobby Ireland. Thc ceremony was performed by the Rev. .lim GryderofCalvary Baptist Church on March 17 at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Violet Livengood and Miss Christy Gryder performed the musical instruments before the ceremony started. Don Hellard sang “ The Rose." The bride was given in marriage by her brother. Doh Hellard. She wore a long white satin dress with a sweetheart neckline that was ac­ cented in pearls and sequins. Her bouquet was made of a blue flower arrangement in a heart shape. Aylisa Grose, the bride's sister, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Jov Seaford. her sister: Tam­ my Marklainl: and Tricia S pr\. |-dcn Hellard. baby daughter of the bridc. was llower girl. Joseph Seaford and Seth Grose, the bride's nephews, were ring bearers. Bobby Ireland, the groom's father, was the best man. llshers were Scott Ireland, groom's brother: Thomas Grose and Tom­ my Ledbetter. Tammy McLelland attended the guest register. Reception The reception followed the ceremony and was held at Jerusalem Fire Department in Coolcemcc. Jane Robinson catered the recep­ tion with a heart-shaped cake, ehips, pickles, peanuts and mints. The guests wcrc served by Angela McLelland, Kelly Parker. Tina Small, and Susan Miller. Mrs. Darren Ray Ireland was Christy Lavada Hellard A d v a n c e N e w s Church Plans Revival The First Baptist Church in Cooleemee will hold revival ser­ vices beginning Sunday. April 8. and continuing through Thursday. April 12. Services will he at 7 nightly. This revival is a part of the "Here's Hope: Jesus Cares For You" simultaneous revivals being held throughout the Southern Bap­ tist Convention. Guest speaker will bc the Rev. Franklin Myers, pastor ofthc First Baptist Church in Spencer. He is a native of Woodleaf and a graduate ofGarilner Webb College aiul Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. A nursery will be provided. The church is located on Marginal Street in Coolcemcc. The Rcv. Larry Allen is pastor of thc church. Four Corners News B> Marie While Four Corners Correspondent Greg Beck was honored for his birthday Saturday at a dinner at the home ot"his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Beck. Also attending were Mrs. Greg Beck and Mrs. W ill Beck. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Smith were supper guests Friday night of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of Kernersville. Mark White of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe White. Jerry and Shane Potts were din­ ner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Smith. Mrs. Johnsie Shelton and Mrs. Bobby Shelton attended a bridal shower Sunday for Debbie Nance at Cornatzer Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Joe White visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carr Harpe Sun­ day night. Ih Edith Zimmerman Advance Correspondent Walker Hunter of Rochester, New York, arrived Wednesday. March 28, for an over-night visit with an old fricnd. Mrs. Lucille Cornatzer. He was a friend of Mrs. Comatzcr’s family when they wcrc living in Enfield, N.C. They hadn't seen each other in over 60 years. Hunter is retired from Eastman Kodak Co. in Rochester as an engineer. Wednesday afternoon they visited Mrs. Polly Bailey who has been sick. Wednesday night Mrs. Cornatzer treated II of Iter friends to a dinner in Winston- Salem to meet her friend. Mr. Hunter. Among those attending were Cokie and Pat Jones. Edith Zimmerman. Bet Bamhardt. David Joyner, Terry Stewart, the Rev. and Mrs. Harlan Creech 111 and son Joseph. Thursday Mrs. Cor­ natzer showed Mr. Hunter over the community and the Methodist Church, plus meeting more of her friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Long of Winston-Salem were Sunday after­ noon visitors o f his aunt and un­ cle. Mrs. Rccie Sheets and Charlie Cornatzer. Karen Cornatzer Dillworth. bride-elect of Mark Robertson, was honored with a miscellaneous shower Saturday night. March 31. at the community building. The young couple was honored with another shower Sunday afternoon at thc home of Mrs. Karen Cope in Advance. A group of friends honored Chuck Livengood of the Fulton community with a dinner in Clem­ mons Thursday night. Thc occa­ sion was his 40th birthday. Katie Russell, three-year-old daughter of Al and Mindy Russell, was hospitalized iti Baptist Hospital last week with a severe casc of Hu. Susan Judd was honored with a Pizza party at her home Friday night. Guests were live of her girl friends. The occasion was a belated birthday party. Her birthday was March 25. but she was confined to home by illncss on that date. M rs. Lucille Cornatzer celebrated her 81st birthday Tues­ day. April 3. Friends treated her to dinner Monday night at Cagnev's in Winston-Salem. Shoemaker Carpet Gallery Owners: Jerry & Wade Shoemaker (Formerly With Carpet Dist.) Located Hickory Hwy. 70 Next To Airport Rd., Statesville, NC Hours: Monday - Friday 9 to 5 872*SW # t T M N I Come Visit Our Showroom For Low Price*TM* Bar 6 ora E d w a r d s Interiors a n d G a t t c r y Window Coverings Miniblinds 40% Off Custom Draperies Bedspreads Wicker 7G6"95S1 M-r 5):3<'-5:3o Sat l0 - 2 -551 LctvisviItc-C (cim m iiL< R oad C tcm iiuiiis, N'c' tacross fro m Racs) Bluebird Fanciers Meet CLEMMONS - Allen Bointon of the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission addressed more than 100 bluebird enthusiasts at the fifth North Carolina Bluebird Society Annual Meeting at Tanglewoixl Park March 24. The conservation organization reached its l1igl1est attendance number ever at this year’s meeting. Bluebirders came from 29 counties to take part in the election ot' of­ ficers. an awards ceremony, a cook-out. and the sharing of bluebird stories and advice. At the meeting from Davie County were Tony. Lisa and Ashlev Brewer: Donna and Van Dunn: and Wanda Cross. Bointon spoke about several of the state’s endangered, nongame w ildlife programs including peregrine falcons. Ron Linville ofTanglewood led a walking tour over part of the park’s bluebird trail and into the wildlil"e observation area where wood ducks are currently nesting. The yearly get-together offers more than 500 NCBS members and ;tfher interested people the oppor­ tunity to meet and discuss their conservation efforts. Guests at this ;>ear*s meeting brought their ;iflMtf designs for predator guards, f ' iS S m * tre*,e ncel'n8 ^0*68*aml k*f>,' ?■ NCBfi members we committed ttiwsurvivaloddsof WMJSj - 1. ■ t' . ’ ' « # Y ’ ^ ; :J “ “ '■“ a^^Mft^>'^V..s , ; _ '•/.. _ .. . 'rtvipp^'i'.**1" ■' i" '■ ' '■'■ '■' 1Ssgfc>/i& 'i-'- - ' - ■ --v,^te,SuW.;v,;.v;;yi> *i Reg. 1339 White 4 ( O t h e r c o lo r s a v a ila b le . S o m e in M E D . & W I D E .)7wQHBtOWI H<h] 10.99 ls>'t'/ft'd c o lo r h a n d b a g s B0 YS 8Vfc-7GIRLS 5</2-4 9 1 2 R e g . U .9 9 W h ile or B lk . P a te n t R e g . 1 4 .9 9 B la c k iM & 4 .0-0 Squire Boone Plaza, Mocksville Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-9: Sun. 1-6 Bluebirds were the order of the day when the North Carolina Bluebird Society met at Tanglewood Park. all native cavity-nesting birds by others about their efforts. Anyone providing and monitoring nesting interested in information about bluebirds can write to NCBS, P.O. boxes, by ptonting berry-producing Box 4191, Greensboro, N.c! shrubs and trtcs, and by e!uc<uing 27404. _J^_1.-.:.:'i: 4C—DAV1E COUNTY ENTERPRISE REC ORD, THURSDAY, April 5, 1990 * Couple Celebrates 25th Anniversary • Mr. and Mrs. Burlie l.. Sievcnson of Route I. Mocksville. wcrc [honored at a 25tli wedding anniversary reception on March 11 at the 'County Line Volunteer Fire Department near Mocksvillc. ; Hosts were the couple's children: Mr. and Mrs. Danny Steven­ son, Mr. and Mrs. William Terry Campbell and Robin Stcvcnson. Mrs. Stevenson is the former Alice Benfield. She was remembcrcd with a pcach corsage to complement the ensemble shc chose for thc occasion. Hcr husband received a pcach carnation boutonniere. ’ Thc anniversary cake was decorated with silver wedding bclls and acccnled with pcach roses flowing down the four heart-shaped tiers. Thc cakc top was a pcach bouquet of roses. Assisting in serving werc: Mrs. Johnny Taylor, Mrs. Kenny L. Smith, both sisters of Mrs. Stevenson; Mrs, Butch Stcvcnson; Mrs. Stcvc Stevenson; and Miss Sherry Stcvcnson. The fire department was decorated with peach bows. White lace cloths wcrc placed over the tables and decorated at each end with bows and wedding bclls. Thc centerpiece was of peach roscs acccntcd " on each side by silver candelabras. The honored couple along with thcir children greeted approximately 125 friends and relatives between 2 and 4 p.m. Thc guest register was attended by Carla Smith. Candie Tay!oraticndcd the gift tables. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. H.E. (Buck) Bcnfield, parents of Mrs. Stcvcnson, Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Burdcttc ofTroutman, Mrs. Stevenson’s grandfather; Mrs. Ailccn Maxcy of Walkcrtown; Mrs. Wanda Mo<xly ofKernersville: Mrs. Steven Dagenhart and daughter Amy of Stony Point, a great-aunt. Mrs. Grace Stonc and grcat-unclc, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ray Porter of Statesville. Stevenson is the son of thc latc Mr. and Mrs. Burl Rufus Stcvenson. Cornatzer News By Ifc>Mic l*..tts Cornatzer Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bennett wcrc recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Petc Stewart. Pelc recently returned home from Baptist Hospital where he speni a few wccks for trcatmeni of injuries he received in an accident when a tree fell on him. Mrs. Bill McDaniel was treated for sickness ai Forsyth Hospital last week. Club Hears ‘Minnie Pearl’ By Lib Sain Club Reporter The Ductlc Foster Christian Citizens met March 27 at Oak Grove Methodist Cluirch fellow­ ship hall. Thcrc wcrc 19 members and three visin>rs present. ! President John Frank Jarvis call­ ed the meeting to order and Welcomed everyone. After the gfroup sang “ Good Morning To You,” Paul Allen led in prayer. ! Abe Howard introduced George Ezzard of Cooleemee. After reading scripture, he recited several hymns and then played them on the harmonica. -Jo Ann Martin announced that “May Fest” will be at the ck Auditorium on May 5 bcgin- atlO a.m. sie York introduced Clara Foeter. She performed as PMri". meeting willbe April p MeoSbertwill jo to onHtitiy fo ttiw e |. Limla Bailey was confined to her home a few daysTasTweek~with- sore throat and cold. Eva Potts visited Sarah Bailey Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Potts, Sharon, Eva and Lena Wall were Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Derek Harpe on Baltimore Road. Pauline Sidden of Advance visited her mother. Mrs. Florence Starr Mondav. Health Dept. Open House Sunday What services arc offered at the l)avic County Health Department? Find out at an open house from 2-4 p.m. Sunday. Preventing disease and pro­ moting healthy living has been the mission of the Davie County Health Department as far back as thc 1 V4()s when Dr. Alfred Mordecai was the health officer for the Davie. Stokes aiul Yadkin Tri- County Health Department. Dr. Mordecai stated in thc Aug. 10. 1945. edition of the Mocksville E n te r p r is e ...thalthe Tri-County Health Department will “ put greater emphasis upon disease prevention and health education in the future." Since these words were spoken. Davie County has witnessed the development of its own local Healih Department. Thc Davie County Health Center was complctcd in 1955 (35 years ago) at a cost of $27,000 and employed a staff that included a health officer, nurse, sanitarian, and clerk. Today, the health department has expcricnced two building expan­ sions since 1955 and employs a stalTof52 (a health director, physi­ cian extender, 12 registered public health nurses, licensed practical nurse, four registered nursing assistants, health educator, nutri­ tionist, four sanitarians. II management support positions, and 16 chorcworkcrs) to accommodate a growing local comprchcnsivc public health system. Services provided by the Davic County Health Department include: • adult and child health physical exams and screenings; • family planning: • arthritis consultations and sup­ port group meetings; • maternal health carc (examina­ tions and childbirth and parenting classes); • immunizations; • tuberculosis control; • sexually transmitted disease diagnosis and treatment: • health promotion and educa­ tional resources; • nutritional counseling; • WlC (Supplemental Food Pro­ gram for womcn, infants and children); • orthopcdic clinic;__ • environmental health inspec­ tion o f food establishments, water and sewage, and solid and hazar­ dous waste disposal; and • home hcalth/Hospicc in-home nursing carc, physical thcrapy, oc­ cupational therapy, speech therapy, and chorcworker services. In special observance o f the Davic County Health DepertmenVs 35 years of providing publichedth services to thc residents o f Davie County, the health department is sponsoring an open house on Sun­ day, April 8, from 2 4 p.m. Health Department staff w ill be providing tours of the facility in­ cluding thc new l988additionand explaining available services. Also, a billboard offU.S. 158 at thc Mocksvillc City Limits em­ phasizes thc 1990 logo, *'Your Health Is Thc HEART Of Our W ork.” will commemorate this occasion. Health Director, Dennis Harr­ ington, said: “ The quality of life in North Carolina depends on the health of our people and the en^ vironment in which we live.” Students Studying Future Of Planet SALISBURY - Three Mocksville students are taking part in an innovative pilot program this scmcsicr at Catawba College that deals with issues which will affect the future of thc planet. Ray Whitaker. Dicdrc Driggars and Kim Stine arc among 55 Catawba students who have enroll­ ed in Earth Management, a ncw in­ terdisciplinary course that in­ vestigates lopics like acid rain, global warming and the depletion of natural resources. Whitaker is a son of Irene and Kenneth Whitaker; Miss Driggars, daughter of Shirley and S.B. Drig­ gars; and Miss Stine, daughter of Pat and Hubert Stine. Stine notes that it is important to study these issues “ so we can help improve our environment for ourselves and for thc generations to come." Biology professor John Mccham has teamed up with chemist Jim Bcard and historian Bruce Griffith to tackle thc global problems. “ Combining thc humanities with thc biological and physical sciences is innovative in thc sense that it represents a multiple approach to a problem that needs to be solved from m ultiple directions,” Mecham says. Mccham and his colleagues realize that thc students they have in class will be tomorrow's leaders. “ They’re thc ones who arc going to be making decisions about population growth and resource management and natural resource utilization — where water treat­ ment plants will be built, how nuclear waste will be disposed of, how to utilize and conserve energy." he says. Beard notes that the course doesn’t shy away from talking about values. “ We want our students to be morc aware of thc environment, what the limitations are, and what we can and should do about it,” he says. Students attend two lectures a week and split o ff into groups of 18 for discussion sessions one day each wcek. In addition, they each work on a practical project, like ad­ dressing environmental concerns when designing a house. “ They determine things like how much in­ sulation to use, what kind of* building materials are best, thecoat effectiveness of using solar heMirif - for domestic hot water or space heating,” Mecham says. “We don’t want them to be too abstract in their problems. We want them to deal with questions thal will im-, pact their lives." Thc course is designed for the general student. “It’s not a higMy science-oriented course," Beard says. “We don’t intend to tom oul environmental technicians or en-,- ’ vironmental scientists. Thiscourae" is very much geared to the students ' across the board who feel some' need or some commitment or in-" tcrest in the environment and liV- ; ing in a sustainable world." VOTE / /MAY 8TH JULIA C. HOWARD EFFECTIVE G0NCERNED EXPERIENCED N.C. HOUSE F □OIQD . .in n n nSHE CARES ABOUT US. \ 0 THE SOONER, THE BETTER. V A$» t < ^ o f^ \G ❖ V t P< s J* ftJHtlly% lurrd * <^_ I# |IMtkV. i ^ * * • • .„ .• • ' N ow is the best tim e to contribute to your 1990 IR A . Because the earlier your contributio n, the more interest you’ll earn. BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. So you d id n ’t open or add to an IR A during 1989? You can still make an IR A contributio n and use it as a l9S1? tax deduction*...just act before you file your taxes or before A p ril 15. tf3fc M O C K S V IL L E SAVINGS & LOAN •Tux .*Uitus dclermi[ifd bv vom m.vnic itnJ p;tiii, ip.iii^n in |v_'iiwon plwi* A.4 us for dcliiiU '.-■•■'• '; ' ■ v : ■ -'" --'-'-':W $$-:-' ) ' ■ •':■:;' VJ :',- - 'V » DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 5, W®—*? Teen In Stable Condition After Surgery By Karcn Jarvis D avie County Enterprise-Record CHICAGO — Brian Andrade was in stable condition Tuesday morning after receiving his third liver transplant last Thursday. Andrade was rushed to Wyler s Children's Hospital Moiulay. March 26 altering undergoing surgery for a ruptured aneurysm at N.C. Baptist Hospital. He had earlier gonc into cardiac arrest at Davie County Hospital. Couple To Wed Tara A. Fmclich, daughter ol' Mr. and Mrs. Chris Froelich of Mocksville and David E. Giillcdge. son of Jo A. Gulledge and Carey E. Gullcdgc, announce their engagement. The wedding is set for May 25 of next year Cornatzer New District Head Andrea Cor- natzer o f Mocksville has bcen named d i s t r i c t manager in the Piedmont Triad area for House of Lloyd, Inc. C ornatzer, who joined House of Lloyd in 1986 as a Cornatzer demonstrator, was promoted to supervisor in 1987 and has com­ pleted district manager training which was held at the company’s home office in Grandview, Mo. ; Her responsibilities will include interviewing, hiring and training $upervisory personnel for the company. ' House of Lloyd sells home decor, toys, gifts and an arts and crafts line through a homc party plan. • ? * f "He's beginning to look like himself again." said Brian's mother. Stephanie Wensil. "He underwent surgery again yesterday and they closed in the muscle tissue they couldn't do during the transplant. "lie went through that real good." she said. "There is an in­ fection in his blood stream. The doctors say that he will be in here for no less than four months." Mrs. Wensil said doctors at the hospital were keeping him sedated and will slowly take him off the medicine allowing him to wake up. Mrs. VVensil said Brian was hav­ ing seizures on his righl side Fri­ day night and Saturday morning. She said on Saturday the doctors did a CAT scan and found that part of his brain had died. "They won't know if any per­ manent brain damage has occurred until he has woken up." said Mrs. Wensil. All of Brian's swelling has gone down, she said. "When he came in lbr surgery, he looked like he was seven months pregnant." she said. "That was the blood and fUiid, collected in his abdomen." The Wensil's are currently slay­ ing in a hotel and are next on the list for a room at the Ronald McDonald House. " I just want to thank everyone at the Davie County Hospital," said Mrs. Wensil. "M y son wouldn't be here today ii' they hadn't acted so fast when he had a cardiac arrest." USEQ UNIFORM SHOP Opened At 123 N. Salisbury Street Mocksville, N.C. (Next To Phipps Scwing Center) Pants, i • • • • • • • ■ • • • • • • • • • • • • i • • • • • • • • • ••• ^^ c.., $ lS S M 1 | I | S • • • • • • • • • • • • • • e • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Coveralls, Jackets, Bib Overalls, White Pants Ladies Shirts And Pants Open Monday. Tuesday. Thursday & Friday 9 am to 5 pm Saturday 9 am to 4 pm; Closed Wednesday & Sunday (704) 6344893 Handgun Course Set On April l9at 7 p.m. the Davie County Law Enforcement Associa­ tion will teach a firearms handgun course at the VFW Hut on Sanford Avenue. The class will be limited to 24 people, first come first served. A fee of $15 will be charged. The course is the National Rifie Association's Personal Protection course. The course was developed by the NRA in response to Americans who own handguns for personal protection and desire to learn how to use them with safety and skill, said Bay Clark, the instructor. "It is estimated that 20 million Americans own handguns to pro­ tect their lives or the lives of the family members." he said. The objective of the course is to teach basic knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to the safe and proper use of a handgun. The program was developed and tested by experts in law enforce­ ment. the legal profession, and firearms and marksmanship train­ ing, Clark said. It includes 12 hours of instruc­ tion on handgun parts and opera­ tions, ammunition, safety, clean­ ing, storage, loading procedures and shooting fundamentals. Local experts provide instruction in firearms laws and ways to avoid criminal attack. Contact Clark at 492-5342 or Ann Frye at 634-2849. c .€.Cc m m mKXmm nii *e& M m m m & m *m m m % m w m jm m w m m w m m M *m m m m im m *^ ^ m ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ H ^ H ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 9 Congratulations To The Schools That Have Made Deposits Towards Free Apple Computers And Software! V -faiW "APPLES Continue To Save Your Qreen Register Tape Receipts And Turn Them In To Your School Where They Can Be Redeemed For Apple Computer's For Your School. There Is Still Plenty Of Time For Your School To Coltoct Enough Receipts For A Computer! Receipts Dated From Jan. 3, lH O To May 19,1990 Are VaMd For ________This Program. USDA Choice Cubed Ste 1.99 6.5 Oz. Water Or Oil Pack Chicken Of The Sea Tuna tM^)w1 MMHI tSlUtt 28 Oz. Banquet Assorted Family Entrees Grade A Morning Fresh Dozen Large Eggs Assorted Regular 2 Liter Pepsi sM ^-^ Grade A Holly ( anus Split Chicken L 0 9 j^ L 5 9 1/2% Gallon Lowes Milk 1 I ^ T h < M r M ^ x . lO G z.T liornapploV alio '' ppsik Smoky iocohon Florida ^ Head Lettuce s 10 Lb. Bag US #1 Colorado 2.48 Links ;UY ONE,GET ONE $ m OZ. All Meat Bail Park Franks 1.79 6C_DAV!E COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 5, 1990 ^ r n mAtAge 102, Ella Smitherman Can Say What She By Mike Barnhar<lt Davie County Enterprise-Record HILLSDALE - Ella Smither­ man wouldn't say where she was born. • But the year was l888. When you're l02 years old. you can say prelty much what you want, right? ; " If you're ever going to you’d better,"' she said from her room at Bermuda Plucc,jusi before a par­ ty in her honor last Friday. "„ Smitherman can recall a story hbout almost any subject. She remembers going to dances at the University of Illinois, afraid a minister was going to call her down in cluirch for going lo a dance in­ stead of a church supper. ! Shc has opinions on how to havc childrcn, too. She calls it prc-natal Influcncc. ' “ I believe in prc-natal in- iflucncc," she said. “ I had my heart set on a boy and he had to be ex­ tremely bright. And 1 wanted him jo be pretty. All babies are pretty to some women but not me." *, Shc didn't think negative |houghts, and said it worked. ' The baby boy looked as pretty frs ifshe could have designed him jvith her own hands. When he went (o school, if he read it — hc remembered it. ; “ Whatever you want your child |o bc, you do that,” Smithcrman klviscd. She married Robert Smithcrman, and lived most of her life in East Bend, in Yadkin County. Shc stayed home and took care o!'thc couple's four children, and did some substitute teaching in local schools after her children had left home. What's her secret to a long life? “ Hard work, honey. Thal’s all 1 know." Her secret to a good facial complexion? “ When you first get up in the morning, run cold water. Take your two hands and put il all over your face ... get your face good and chilled. Get it to stop dripping and let that water dry on your face. You'd be surprised how good that'll make you feel." And there's the honey and vinegar solution shc read about in a book written by a doctor. "Honcy is good for your heart,” shc said. ‘‘Your heart has to havc so much sugar ... two teaspoons with each meal. “ I compromised and used a tablespoon of honcy and a tables­ poon of apple cider vinegar. Put that in a glass of water and drink it with your meal." Smitherman later hinted shc was from Illinois, when she said shc tried to lure her husband to leave East Bend and take her back there. " I got stuck, but after a while J gave up and whcn I gave up, I got along fine," she said. The stories could go on and on. ‘‘I talk too much sometimes," shc said. f t i m w Ella Smitherman celebrated her 102nd birthday last week at Bermuda Place. Waiting List Shelby Grant, Davie Native, Needs LiverTransplant — Photo by Robln Fergueeon ; Four years ago, Shclby Gaithir Grant began to itch. Now, she's in intensive care at Davis Hospital in Statesville, waiting for a call from Min­ neapolis, Minn, saying a donor liver is available. Grant, who grew up in the Coun­ ty Line arca of Davie County, went from doctor to doctor in several cities with her medical problems four years ago. . lt took two years before Dr. Neil M. Kassman of Statesville Medical Group diagnosed the disease — primary biliary cirrhosis. There arc no known causes. Thc only hope for survival is with a liver transplant. JoAnn Fulp and Cathy Gaither, sisters-in-law, say the ordeal is something no family should havc to go through. They're out drum­ ming up support for Grant and for donatmg^irgamT--------------- "So many people do need transplants," Fulp said, " lt doesn’t cost the person a thing and it could help save a life. It doesn't hurt. If that person hasn’t found Christ, this may give them another chance." - "People arc not educated to do this," Gaither said. "It's not customary." ; "You don’t realize how impor­ tant it is until it hits home,” Fulp added. Shc thought about her prgans being transplanted. "I real­ ly don’t need these things any more. Let your family know and let your family doctor know." North Carolinians can claim thcmsclves as organ ''tlonors on their drivers license, Fulp said. The issue has definitely struck homc with this family. They’re faced with watching the health of thcir loved one gradual­ ly deteriorate. Insurance coverage is in limbo. They don’t know how much, if any, insurance will pay. "One of the things the doctors stress is family involvement," Fulp said. "That's very important." “ This is something no family should have to go through alone." Gaither said. The family has received support, fromjust about everywhere they've looked. Grant’s mother, Cleo Gaither, works at Belts in Mocksville. Shc is also the daughter of the latc John Minnesota. They have four hours to get Grant there after doctors call and say a donor liver is rcady. She’s been on the list for three wceks. Officials say it takes a month or two on the average before an acceptable liver is found. Then, there's a 50 percent to 70 percent chance for survival. One thing the family does have confidence in is Gaither’s courage. It's been a long time since she’s been able to work on her chcrised turkey farm. And she doesn't go out in public, embarrassed by the constant itching. But Fulp and Gaither said their sister-in-law won’t givc up hope. “ This week, shc has proven shc’ll never stop fighting,” Gaither said. “ She’ll never give up. She'll keep plugging along,” said Fulp. IN PAIN? Chiropractic works without drugs or surgery. WHV 8UFFl*T Call today for consuHation M 4 > 2 lia DAVIE CHIROPftACTtt CtlNIC 501 Wilkesboro Street Mocksvilto, N.C. Paul K. Cudd, D.C. Wesley Gaither oTX'ounty Line. Her sister, Linda Sue Mastin, works at W al-M art, where employees have helped with contributions. "W e’ve got a good response,” Fulp said. “ It doesn’t matter if it's our family — it’s a tremendous financial burden. Nobody should havc to face this alone." Thc surgery, without complica­ tions, will cost S250,000. The family is trying to line dif­ ferent options on transportation to fi*v.C^t- Shelby Grant is in Davis Hospital in Statesville. I i• i JoAnn Fulp and Cathy Gailher said famlliss facing transpisnt need support. ^ ^ & M '^ -> , : ''. ■ * . .. :.: .,_. .'■■"■ — PhetobyWeNnFerguason ^ p y ^ i> •-.•■■•• ' ^ v a lt e & $ > t i1 :?:'v. ■: ■ ' : w ^ . N liilions of people have taken that short walk to the jIa r to meet God. You may think it's auselessact Butmstoiy proves otherwise. Because at the altar millions have found the hope it takes to begin life all over again. The motivation to make a fivsh start. And faith that assured them-bevond all doubt-of God's endurine love. That's whv we're inviting you to jom us m woiship. To experience fiisfliand the love of Christ and the iealityof new life HeofTeis Whatevei wursitua- tion rifiht now. theie's hope for a new fannnmg and n fiesh outlook. Because |esus caivsToi )uu...Uunv»'<< !tft fn»>t^v>:lufvl{iili\l' Bethel Baptist April 15-20 Speaker: Rev. Russell Nixon Courtney Baptist March 25-29 Speaker: Rev. Billy Cline Rock Springs Baptist April 8-14 Speaker: Rev. Doug Goforth Blaise Baptist May 6-11 Speaker: Rev. Rick Via Deep Creek Baptist April 1-4 Speaker: Rev. Ken Morris Sandy Springs Baptist April 1-6 Speaker: Rev. Paul Simpson Bread 0f Life Baptist April 15-18 Speaker: Rev. Tom Vestal Green Meadows Baptist April 1-4 Speaker: Rev. Perry Huf1stetler South 0ak Ridge Baptist April 1-6 Speaker: Rev. Charles Jones We Want To Bless You - Not Bug You! The people in the Southern Baptist Churches listed above care about you. That's why they're coming to your door. They want to invite you to hear about the hope found only in Jesus Christ. Please Welcome Them. But if you miss their invitation, then please accept this one. Come to the revival meetings of hope during the dates listed. You’ll learn of new life filled with hope, purchased just for you by Jesus. Now, that doesn't bug you, does it? Nurseries and a warm welcome will be provided DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE’ RECORD, THURSDAY, April 5, ^ E r 4 W - .> > ^ .i' f \ t \ •! ,■..: •■■'.■:'•':■•% / S : : . : 9 < , -^A>. -►■'••. ' 'Z i^" •' i ^mm — Photos by Robin Fergusson Charles Markland helps tutor Davie High 11th grader, William VanAlstine. Church Study Hall Advance Methodist Offering Help To Davie Students By Karen Jarvis Davie County Enterprise-Record ADVANCE - Davie High 10th grader Elizabeth Dixon went to church last Thursday night to study. She was studying for an English test on the book, A Tale of Two Cities. She. along with about 12 other students, have become a part of Advance United Methodist Church's tutoring progam set up about two months ago. “ Some childrenjust need the ex­ tra help," said Pastor Lanny Atkins. ‘‘And soine come just to use the time." Tutors for the program include Atkins, a former history and biology teacher, and his wife Sharon, who is a special education teacher at Davie High School; and Charles and Lorene Markland, vice principals with the Davie School system. All are members of the church and arc volunteering their time each Tuesday and Thursday from 7-8:30 p.in. "W e're offering a partnership wii)i education," said Mrs. Markland. “ It’s imporUfm that not only business get involved but churches, too." Markland thought about the idea right before exams, about two months ago. Children from kindergarten through 12th grade are encouraged to attend. ‘‘It's not play tim e," said Mr. Atkins. “ We're very emphatic about working and studying. We tell people, if they don’t have something to do, do not come." He said he hopes the program will help instill good study habits and good discipline. “ Half of them are devloping good study habits." “ We’re volunteering our time," he said. "W e’re not babvsitting at a ll." Mr. Atkins said the parental sup­ port has bcen excellent in the church. He said some of the students at­ tending the tutoring session arc on the all A ’s honor roll. “ Theyjust enjoy thc time and the good disciplinc,” he said. North Davie eighth grader Charlie Markland said: "lt gets me away from the television so 1 can study. It also helps when everybtxIy gets together and works together at the same tim e." Eddie Goshorn. eighth grader at North Davie, attended the tutoring program for the first time last week. “ 1 had heard it was gtxxl and it helped a lot," he said. Dixon said the tutoring program helps her especially before major tests. “ I usually study with my radio on, but my parents don't like tliat," she said. Mr. Atkins described the pro­ gram as having an infonnal setting. "W e're offering a service to kids and the community," he said. “ We get a chance to know the kids better. “ We always hear all about the negative things kids do, it's time to hear about something good," he said. 4 '*** si j "t" ff j # - 4 t r Pastor Lanny Atkins: “It’s not play time. We're very em­ phatic about working and studying. We tell people, if they don't have something to do, do not come.” rS % O F F I Calico & Nicole I Shoes |/n Houso Sfock Only Ono Coupon Per Purchase J Oftor fxpi>os 4-14-90 ir i i i i i i i i J L— Life Stride & Socialites $ 2 9 * o In One (Otter I I Hampshire Shoes 20% OFF single Purchase - Or - Buy One Palr At Reg. Price Get One Palr 'h 011 i r s F s n I I AnyPurchaseof 1 I I *150 Or More I «■ ln House Stock Only ■W one Coupon Per Purchase 8 I One Coupon Per Pu>cf>ow ■ ■ otter Expires 4-M-90 ■ Q tl*i h m m t 414 9 0 ■ ■ ■ TheCobbler$hop, Inc Squire Boone Plaza (704| 634 4162 f% Lorene Markland (far right) works with students (l-r) Susan Markland, Elizabeth Dixon and Johnathan Dixon. Yadkin Valley By Mrs. Ruby McBride Yadkin Valley Correspondent The Ladies Bible Class will he going Tuesday for breakfast at Shoney's in Winston-Salem and to shop afterwards. The Yadkin Valley community extends its sympathy to the family ofWilliam Howard ofClemmons. The Yadkin Valley community extends its sympathy to the family of Mrs. Carrie Laird. Ruby McBride visited Carolyn McBride last Sunday evening. .Clyde Weatiterman is still on the tick lisl al home. He would enjoy e>Uit or card. ,> pUI Gilbert is still on the sick list 'oyia vieii. . *McBride received a call t Wwtey Hauscr who is sta- ‘ ~ ' U.S. • ■ f Vote MAXINE BOGER Republican Candidate For Clerk Of Court Special Registrations will be held on Saturday, April 7th at: Ber­ muda Quay Shopping Center, Cooleemee Shopping Center, Wlllow Oaks Shopplng Center. Please register and Vote for Me, May 8th PaM Ft>f »y Maiine logw S M ITH CORONK. TOMORROWS TECHNOLOGY AT YOUR TOUCH. LAPTOP PERSONAL WORD PROCESSOR P W P 7000LT Sophisticated Features In A Compact Design — r n T n T n r n r r n Dlsplay/Memory/External Storage • 16 Line By 80 Character Backlit LCD • 50,000 Character Editable Memory • Built-In Disk Drive • 100,000 Character DataDisk Storage $25°° Discount with this ad Word Processing Functions • Block Copy. 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Maken of OAISV FLOUR We Custom Blend Oepot Street Mpck*vllle, N.C. 2702S Phone 634-2126 MOCKSVILLE BUILDERS SUPPLY "Together We Do II Better" South Maln 634-5915 Attend The Church OfVeurChetee M m N. McDantol • Sons tkry. M1 8., Moctovllte •S4-3S31 FOSTER-RAUCH DRUG CO. WNkMboro ttrM ty ^ k ^ j ^ y A H ^ ^ R W ^ W | ^ iv * 270M Phone 634-2141 CAUDELL LUMBER CO. 1*2 Sheefc Street M A A k t t u U ^ ft| ^W06R9VMVf N(V< 2702» Phone 634-2467 Johnnie M. TiUey Pest Control Service 'Swv**s Fot Owr 28 Yasrs' Locs*y Owrwd 1 Operslw) ' WwW>MM *CommefcM •M w h W *lratttutkMMl '/nspecfwn Upon Rmju*st' MocksvMe 634-5600 tlMCE 1M 1 -U A ow 57A*n • £ T iu <itow- M 2 Yedklnvllta Hoed Mockevllfe •34^116 i ’W r By •vIOHNLEHTI THE ISRAELITES ANDTHE RED SEA MCSES QA S E D —5 *02 \ Li5 nA\D AS'D Th4E *S9AELi~ES CPCSSED OV=R TWE 5EA ON DRY LA\D V\ ~ - 3 ^A2ACu ANiP MlS AffWS' IN pLQ5UIT ----- y * ^ v ,,.W i in FULL BATTUE ARRAY,THE SliW ^S*yM EGYPTIANS IN THEIR CHti9CT5 L,^FgfiyS- THUNDEf? OUT AFTER THE . $ tiu y - i FOOT WEACY ISRAELITES! f-: -' ,u ^ - X >v.:-( - * j i; i - „ - AND N0W THE 0sCPO COMMANDS M05E5 T0 5TRETCH 0UT Hti HAND OVER THE SEA... ^ 3 ------------------------------J y >!A ^ x :^ b x ^ > L ! v ; ^ Lt ^ . :X /7 > i ^3S^ , v / V C r-> s ^ & ^ y ( ; * ' - ^ v t ^^ J k ^ * ^ 3 > ^ ' / f l .x' V ' , - ^ . v - f % ^ ^ s ^ r A i < 1 1*//. : < ^ - ^ — ^ . ^ _ ...AND » E EGYPTIANS AQE DESTROYED, CHARIOTS AND UOQSES TO ^4E LAST MAN, ALL OF WHICH IS RECORDED IN EXODUS CHAPTER l4. 23^----------------------------SAVE THIS POR >OUR SUNDAY SCHOOL SCRAPBOOK_______ AM0 Miv 99 eee MARANATHA CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY Hwy 601 Norm Mocksville, N C Rev Keith Hamrtck Sunday Sihooi 9 45 a m Mornino Worship 10 45 a m Evening Worship 6 00 p.m. BAPTISTADVANCE BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 801 Lanny H Atkins, pastor Wednesday Youth Choir 5 30 p m. Wednesday Fellowshjp Meal 6 00 p m Wednesday Miss*>n Groups 7 00 p m AduR Oibie Study 1st Sunday Evenmg Each Month BEAR CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH Bear Creek Church Road North Of MocksWto Rev Jerry Ctoniger, Jr.Sunday School 10 00 a mMormng Worship 1100 a.m. Wednesday Btble Study 7.00 p.m. BLAISE BAPTIST CHURCH H^hway 601 North at 1-40 Rev Glenn Sellers, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a m. Mormng Worship 11:00 a.m. Evenmg Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Service 7 30 p.m. BREAD OF LIFE BAPTIST CHAPEL Four Corners Community. Hwy 801 Phd Kitchm. pastor Sunday School 10 00 a.m Preachmg S0 rv1ce 11 00 a m. CALAHALN FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHCalahain Road Rev Carrot Jcrdan, pasto<Sunday- School t0 00 a m Worship Service 11 00 a m Sunday N^ht Worship 7.00 p mWednesday 0ible Study 7 00 p mCALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 601 South Rt 7, Do» 92. M 0 cksv1lle Jim GryUet, pastor Sundav Svhoot 10 00 am Worship Serv<e J t0 0 a m Evenmg Worship 7 00 p m Wednesday Service 7 00 p m CEDAR CREEK BAPTIST Cedar Creek Church Road Dr W C Hay. PastorSunday School 10:00 a m Worship Serv>co 2nd & 4th Sunday 1 30 p m CHINAOUAPIN GROVE 8APTISTCHURCH Ch1naquap1n Church Rond ott Hwy 601 Rov.. Darrell McConnoll COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Gladstone Road Sunday School l0 00amWorship Service 1100amCORNATZER BAPTIST CHURCHAdvance. N C DAVIE BAPTIST CHURCHF01k. N C Sunday School 9 45 a m Worship Service 11 00 a m. Evemng Worship 7 00 p m Wednesday Service 7 00 p mDUTCHMAN CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 801 off Hw\ 64 EATON S BAPTIST CHURCH Eaton's Church Road Rpv D.ivid G1lbr0 ath Sunday School to 00 a mWofshu) Svr>it*p 11 00 a ni Wednesda> Pray**f S0rv1ce 7 30 p m EOGEWOOO BAPTIST CHURCH Highwa> B0l North Cooleomee. N C Rev DC Sullivan, pastor Sunday School 10 00 a mSunday Worship 11 00 a mSunday Evoning Worship 7 00 p m Wednesday Sorvtce 7 00 p m FARMINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH Farmingtcn Road Sunday School W01 sh1p Service Youth Trammg UnKX) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH N. Mam Slrt>ei W Paul Rtjjgs, pastor GREEN MEADOWS BAPTIST CHURCH 10 00 a m 11 00 a m 7 00 p m Sunday School 9 45 a nMormng Worship 1 1 00 a m Evening Worship 7 00 p m Church Training 6 00 p m Wednesday B1bl0 Study 7 00 p m FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Marginal Street. Cooleomee. N C Rev Larry G. Alton Sunday School Morning Worship Evening Worship Church Training Wednesday Bible study FORK BAPTIST CHURCH 9:45 a m 11 00 a m. 7.00 p m 6 00 p .m 7:15 p.m 6 miles east on Hwy 64 Sunday School Worship Service Evtmhg Worship GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH Rt. 6, Mocksvi1le Sunday School Worship Service Evening Worship Wednesday Servwa ILL BAPTIST CHURCH 9:45 a m. 11:00 a.m. ►7.20 p.m. 10 00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 7:00 p m. 7.00 p.m.QREEN Hll „ Green Hill Road Rev Graham Wooten, past 01 Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service i0:45 4 m. Evening Worship 7:00 p m. Wednesday Worship 7:00 p.m. Hwv 801. Farmington M Ray Davis, pastor Sunday School* 10 00 a m. Worship Servk:e 11:00 a m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Servw:e 7:30 p.m. H0PE BAPTIST TABERNACLE H^hway158 East Pastor; Davul Jordon Sunday School 9 45 a m. Worship Service 10 45 a m. Evangelistk: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Servve 7 00 p mIJAMES CROSSROADS BAPTIST CHURCH Kennoth Hyde, pastor Sunday Scnoot 9 45 a m.Worship Service 1 1 00 a.m. Evenmg Worship 6.00 p m Wednesday Service 7 30 p.m JERUSALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy. 601 South Sunday School W QOa m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Evoning Worship 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Service 7:30 p m. NO CREEK PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCHNo Creek Road olt Hwy. 64 SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH628 Depo{ S t. Mocksvil!e Rev. A O Walker, pastor Sunday School 9 45 a m. Worship Service 1100 a.m. SMITH GROVE BAPTIST CHURCHHwy. 158 Easl TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCHRt 4. M0cksv1lle Darrell Cox. pastor Sunday School f00 0 a m Worship ServK:e 11 00 a m Evenmg Worship 7 0 0p m Wednesday 5erv*> 7:00 p m TURRENTINE BAPTIST CHURCH Rj. 7* M 0 cksv1lle Rev. BitlyJ. Stoop, pastor Sunday Schod 9 45 a mWorship Sorvico i i 00 a mEvening Worship 6 30 p.m Wednesday Prayer Meetmg 7 00 p m VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH Midway St . Cooteemee Shelby Harbour, pastor Sunday School i0 00 a.m. Worship Servrce 11:00 a.m. Evonmg Worship 6 00 p m Wednesday AWANAS 6 45 p.m Wednesday Prayer Meetmg 7 00 p mYADKIN VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH Yadkin Valley Road CATHOUC ST. FRANCES CATHOLIC MISSIONSunday Service t0 3 0a m Wednesday Evenmg 7 00 p.m CHURCH OF CHRIST CORINTH CHURCH OF CHRIST Charlie Harnson. Jr . mmister Sunday Worshtp j 1 00 a mEvening Worship 7 00 p m JERICHO CHURCH OF CHRIST Jett Williams. Mm1ste1 Sunday Bibln Class 10:00 a mWorship 1100 am Worship 6 00 p m Wednesday 0ibie Study 7 30 p m CHURCH 0F QOO COOLEEMEE CHURCH OF GOOCooleomee. NC Luther Chambers, pastorSuntto> School 10 00 a m Moinmg W01 sh1p 1100amEvvntng Worshtp 6 00 p m WiH3nesday FTH 7 00 p m CLEMENT GROVE CHURCH OF GOOHwy 64 West I W ljames. pastor Sabbath 10 0 0a m Worship Service v00 p mEvenmg Worship 8 00 p m. Wednesday Service 8 00 p m MOCKSVILLE CHURCH OF GOO Dwight Durham, pastor Hwy 64 East Sunday School 10:00 a mWorship Servwe 1100 a.m. Evening Worship 7.00 p m Wednesday Service 7 00 p m EPISCOPAL COOLEEMEE ESPISCOPAL CHURCH OF GOOD SHEPHERD Rev Edwin P. Bailoy Hoi> Euchanst 9 3uam FORK EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION Rev Edwin P Bailey Holy Eucharist 11:15 a.m. ST. CLEMENT'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Meeting at Vogler's Chapel Mnjdlebrook Drive, Clemmons Rev. Joan Gnmm.Sunday School io.00 a m. Worship & Holy Communion 11:00 a.m. INTEBPCMMINATHMAL MOCKSVILLE INTERDENOMINATIONAL CHURCH Rev. Lindsay Walters, pastor Sunday School LUTHIRAN HOLY CROSS LUTHERAN CHURCHRov. John A. Johnson, pastor Hwy. 601 South. M 0cksv1lie Sunday School 9 45 a m Worship Scrvice 11 00 a m MtTNOBIST A,M.E. ZION METHODIST CHURCH Booetown Street. MocksviHe ADVANCE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Advance. N C BAILEY'S CHAPEL UNITED METHODISTBailey s Chapol Road BETHEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH flethel Church Road OETHLEHEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCHRedland Road ott Hw> 158 East CENTER UNITED METHODIST CHURCHHighway 64 West Dr S B Warner. Pastor 1st A 2nd Sunday Church School Worship Service 3rd, 4th & 5th Sunday Worship Service Sunday School At M 0 % 11:00 a.m. 9:45 a m. 10:45 a.m.wed church School 3 30 p mCHESTNUT GROVE METHODIST CHURCH Kathryn W. Tart, pastor 2nd A 4(h Sunday Sunday School Worship ServKO 10 00 a m. 1100 a.m.up £ CONCORD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Chorrv Hill Road Rev. John Deylon. mmister 1st A 3rd Sunday 11 00 a m 10 00 a m 10 00 am 11 00 a m 10.00 A 11 00 a m Worship Service Sunday School 2nd & 4th Sunday Worshio Service Sunday School 5lh Sunday Worshtp Alternate COOLEEMEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Joseph W Collins, pastor CORNATZER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Comatter Road OULIN METHODIST CHURCH Advance, N.C. ELBAVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Hwy 80t. Advance. N C FARMINGTON METHODIST CHURCH1st SundaySunday School Worship Service 2nd A 4th Sunday Sunday School 3rd Sunday Sunday Scnool Worship Seivice 11:00 a m 10 00 a m 10 00 a m 1 1 00 a mFIRST UNITED METHt>D!ST CHURCHNorth Mam Stn>et. MocksviHe Rev Don Lloyd, pastor Sunday School 10 00 a m. Worshfp Serv/ce 11 00 a m FULTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Hwy 801 between Fork and Advance Rev Kermit E Shoat. p<istor 1st A 4th Sunday Sunday School 1 \ 00 a m Worship Service 9 45 a m2nd 3<d A 5th Sun^),i> Sunja> School 9 45 a mWorship Service? 11 cX) .1 m HARDISON UNITED METHODIST CHURCHJencho Church Road LIBERTY UNITED METHODIST CHURCHGladstone Road 1st A 3rd Sunday Sunday School 1 \ 00 a mWorship Service 9 45 a m 2nd A 4ih Sunday Sunda> School 9 4'> a m Worship S 01 v1ce 11 00 a m MAlNVILLE A.M.E. ZION METHODIST CHURCHVaughn L Adams, past<* Rt. 0 , Bo* 37. M<xksvik> Sunday School «1 30 .i m Worship Service 11 00 ,\ m MOCKS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Advance. N C. MT. OLIVE METHODIST CHURCH Rt 5. MocksviHe lSt. 2nd, A 3rd Surxi,>> Sunday School 10 00 .1 m Worsh<p S*rvtCti 11 tX) .1 nt4ih Sunday Sunday School 11 i\t a m Worshio Service to 00 a m NEW UNION UNITED METHOOtST CHURCH Haywood B. Hyatt, pastorSunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship SevKe 11:00 a m. OAK GROVE UNITED METHODI8TCHURCHHwy. 158 East SALEM UNITED METHOOIST CHURCHDavie Academy Road Dr S Q. Watner. Pastor 1st A 2nd Sundays Worship Servico 9 45 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a m.3rd. 4th A 5th SundaySunday School 9 45 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a m SMITH GROVE UNITED METHODISTCHURCH Hwy. 1S8 East. MocksviHe Rov. Bobby G. Swaim, pastor lst A 3rd Sunday Sunday School \ 1:00 a.m. Worship Service 10 00 a.m.2nd, 4tn A 5th SundaySunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship Service 11 :00 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7.00 p.m. UNION CHAPEL METHOOIST CHURCH Kathryn U. Tari. pastorlst, 3rd, A 5th Sunday Sunday School 10 00 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. WESLEY CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCHAdvance, N.C. 1st Sunday Sunday School t l :00a m Worship Service 10.00 a.m. 2nd. 3rd. A 4th Sunday Sunday School 10:00 a.m.W01 sh1p Service 11:00 a.m. ZION CHAPEL UNITED METHODISTCHURCH Rev. Haywood B Hyatt pastor P ft(M V m iA M BIXBY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHFork Church Road at Comatzer Road David Damel. pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Service tl:0 0 a.m. Sunday Evenmq Bible Study 7 00 p.m. COOLEEMEE f*RESBYTERlAN CHURdH 60 Walts Street-Cooleemee Konnoth E. Pollock, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Wed. * Prayer A Bibfe Study 7 30 p m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Leland A Richardson, mimstor Corner So. Mam St A Lexington Hwy. Sunday School - 10:00 am . Mornmg W 0 r3hip 11:00 a.m. SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 458 Pine St . Ivan W. Lowery, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. 2nd A 4lh Sunday WKSiCYAN LIBERTY WESLEYAN CHURCH A C Clemens, pastor MOCKSVILLE WESLEYAN CHURCH Hospital Street. MocksvVle David Roilms. Pastor Sunday School 9.45 a.mWorship 11:00 a.m Sunday Evenmg Worsh<j 6 00 p m. Wednesday Worship 7.00 p m MORAVIAN MACEDONIA MORAVIAN CHURCHRnv E Hampton Morgan. Jr . pastor H*%y 801 Farmmgton Sunday School t 10 00 a m Worship S 0 ;v1ce * 1 100 a m Evonmg Worship 7 30 p.m. MORMON Church Ot Jesus Christ 0( U tte r Day Saints 869 H.1ro 1son St M0 vksv1HcSunti,iv Meetmg 10 00 a m • 12 notin SEVENTH DAY AOVENT1ST SEVENTH OAY ADVENTISTM-i.-ig Ho.Kl 8u1 Mids i'.iht»''S,it'h.tth SvtnH'i 0 30 A m Wi'-sh<p Service 11 00 a m PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CLARKSVILLE PENTECOSTALLitMMty Chur."h Roa*1 MARTm HAR0WAAE SGENERALMD8E. FHde, Dfy Qee<e, OrocwtosM^ftftMMr Oepo< K r—t MoekmM*, H.C. I 7 M Phone 634-212« Eaton Funeral Home 328 North Main Street Mocksvllle, N.C. 2702S Phone 634-2146 DAVIE TRACTOR » IMPLEMENT CO. Ford Farming StfM And Sen*e New Holland Equlpnw>l Highway 601 South MocK8vilto, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-5969 w. Morning Worship Youth Service Wednesday Bitite S(udy 9 45 a.m. U:00 a.m. 6:30 p.m. 7.00 p.m. MOCKSViVUr PGNU:COSTAt HOLINESS M»n<»o Hv.i.'f1iH h.U',1 J ! ,i.jH' t'.i%l,iF l.ven,inj SiHi.i r ,. i>,' (. ,s NEW CALVARY HOLINESS CHUHCHMt ? 1 um*ntiMj' v"h,.r, |. i5,i,vi MiVksx'Hi> N V .' *v'.'!i f'.istv l s.v'<)et>>t Vfi,i!ii>".- ,,..s •. HEDLANO PEN1ECOS1AL HOl INESSJ,im<'h Sl. .xt' <>,isl.v SunoaySihl'Oi h > ^1 .n'iWl1fsh,p i;<'IMVl> | t iK1 .i >Ml;vanijelistn' .• ,>0 p mWednesday l .miil> Nu)hi ; iH' t> m .,;'s Support The Merchants Who Bring You This Inforauition • Attend The’Church Of Your Choke — C.A. SEAFORO LUMBER CO. Jtfteft9 RMtf Mocto<W>, N.C. 2703$ Phone 634-5146 C o m p H m tm t i t f DAVIE COUNTY FARM BUREAU 977 Yed*#nWWe RoMf MoctaWMt, M.C. 8344207 SHEFFIELD LUMBER A PALLET C0. Ptouta I, h i lSS MocklvWe, N.C. 270ie Phone 492-5565 JEFFC0 C0., INC. In the Hillsdato Community Route 1 Advance, N.C. 27006 Phone 9964193 FULLER WELDING & FABRICATORS Hwy. 601 8 P.O. Box «21 Mocksvllte, N.C. 634-3712___ DtaGGitiS W P * % Steel F*ric*ting Commercial *nd Industrial 122 Wilkesboro St. Mocksville, N.C. 27026 634-2379 m r Daily Devotion 9:30 to 9:45 a.m. Monday Thru Saturday VVDSL DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, AprH3, 11 Obituaries Mollie G. Campbell Mollic Ann Godbey Camphcll, 96, of Route I , Cleveland died at ll:4 5 a.m. on Thursday. March 29, at Autumn Care ol" Salisbury. The ftmeral was hekl at 2 p.m. Saturday, Marclt 3 l, at South River United Methodist Church, conducted by the Rev. Sam Carter, pastor. Burial was in the church cemetery. Born Oct. 27. I893. in Davie County, Mrs. Campbell was a daughter of the late Calvin and Elvira Gaither Godbcy. A homemaker, she was the oldest member ol South River United Methodist Church. Her husband, James Robert "B ud" Campbell, whom she mar­ ried March 2, l9l9, died Oct. 11, l972. A son. J. Harvey Campbell, died Oct. 3. l983: another son, Paul H. Campbell, died Aug. 25, !978. Survivors include: a son, Leslie Campbell of Route l, Woodleaf; nine grandchildren; three stcpgrandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren. Carrie R. Laird Carrie Cordelia Riddle Laird, 78. of Route 1, Advance died Tuesday, March 27, at Forsyth Memorial Hospital in Winston-Salem. The funeral was held at 2 p.m. Friday. March 30, at Bethlehem United Methodist Chureh in Davie County, conducted by the Revs. Robert Pcurifoy and Donald Funderburke. Burial was in the church ccmctery. Born Sept. 6, 1911. in Davie County, Mrs. Laird was a daughter of the late Asbury and Edna Lou- jcan “ Genic” Howard Riddle. A ; homemaker, shc attended Maccdonia Moravian Church in her earlier years and later was a member of Bethlehem United ! Methodist Church. Her husband. A. Frank Laird, died in 1974. Survivors include: four daughters, Thelma Couch of Welcome, Lydia Laird of Clem­ mons, Mrs. Gene (Helen) Lanier ‘ of Route I, Advance and Mrs. Bil- iy Joe (Enda) Matthews of Boon- villc; 15 grandchildren: five grcat- : grandchildren; and two sisters, Alpha Riddle and Esther Riddle, both of Route 1. Advance. Lula Caroline Sandlin Lula Caroline Ditmore Sandlin of 2853 Bitting Road, Winston- Salem died Tuesday, March 27, at the Bermuda Village Health Center. She was bornUaoEeT797T8907- in Bryson City. Her parents were John Hendrickson Ditmore and Nannie Boaz Fout Ditmore. She at- ; tended primary school in Bryson City. She went to live with friends in Waynesville to attend high school. She received the bachelor's degree from Meredith College in 1912 and the master's in English from Columbia University in 1935. She was a teacher of English gram­ mar, English literature and Latin. She was a member of several organizations and served them as members of their boards and as an executive officer: the Colonial Daughters ofthe l7th Century, the Daughters of the American Col­ onists. the Daughters ol' the American Revolution, the United Daughters ofthe Confederacy, the PTA State Board, the Delta Kap­ pa Gamma Society, and others. In 1913. she was married to George Sandlin ol'Old Fort. They •came to live in Winston-Salem in 1955. ; Mrs. Sandlin is survived by: two daughters, Mrs. Beverly Kyle ; Millaway Jr. of2853 Bitting Road, ;Winston-Salem and Mrs. Richard ;]Neel Fullerton of Bermuda .'Village; two grandchildren; and ;Zlhree great-grandchildren. C Services for Mrs. Sandlin were &,held at Salem Cemetery at 11 £o’ctock Thursday, March 29, con- Kductod by the Rev. Dr. Paul «Cravm. ^ J4vnorials may be made to,the Dfoore Sandlin Fund For Enrichment at Summit William W. Howard Sr. Mr. William Warren Howard Sr.. 67, of 2842 David Street. Clemmons died at Medical Park Hospital Tuesday morning, March 27. He was born on Feb. 14. 1923. in Davic County to Joseph Henry and Martha Rebecca Allen Howard. He was a memberof Vic­ tory Baptist Church, where he served as a Deacon and was also active in the music ministry. He was a retired employee of Subur­ ban Propane Gas Co. • He was a Veteran of World War II aftcr serving in the European Theater. He was a member of the VFW Post No. 8719. Advance. Surviving are: his wile. Doris Hayes Howard, ofthe home: two daughters, Mrs. Debbie Howard Lcnderman, of 4404 Hunters Run Drive, Clemmons and Mrs. Melanie Howard Harris of 6441 Holder Road, Clemmons; one son. William Warren Howard Jr. of 6060 Bobbybrook Drive, Clem­ mons: six grandchildren: two sisters, Mrs. Edna Allen of Farm­ ington and Mrs. Nina Barncs of Advance; and three brothers, Samuel Howard of Clemmons. Taylor Howard of Advance and Johnny Howard of Farmington. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 29. at Vic­ tory Baptist Church. The Revs. Mike Dtiftleld. Otis Clampitt and Bobby Ridge of­ ficiated. Burial was in Wcstlawn Gardens of Memory with graveside rites by District 11 Memorial Honor Guard. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Winston-Salem or Triad Home Care. Mrs. Louise M. Willis Mrs. Louise Moore Willis. 78, of 1301 Midwood Road, Gastonia died on Friday, March 23, at Gaston Memorial Hospital. She had been in declining health for about one year. Mrs. Willis, a native of Morehead City, was a graduate of UNC-Grcensboro, and lived in Winston-Salem for a number of years. She taught in area schools, including Smith Grove and Farmington in Davic County. Mrs. W illis was a reference librarian in the Forsyth County Library System from 1957 to 1970. Surviving arc: her husband, Jar­ vis Willis, ofthe home; two sons, the Rev. Lawrence R. Willis. O.S.B., of Balmont and Alan Willis ofWinston-Salem; and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held on Monday, March 26, at St. Michael’s Catholic Church. Burial was in Belmont Abbey Cemetery, Belmont. Memorials may be made to St. f l The Rev. Kermit Bailey talks with, from left, Mabel Head, Mrs. Willis Rosenthal, Nellie Webb, Mrs. Wilson Wagner. — Photo by Robln Ferguwwi Helping The Homeless Fork Native Works For Greensboro Homeless Shelter ... i By Mike Narnhardt Davie County Enterprise-Record FORK — Kermit Bailey came home last week. He spoke at the Fork Episcopal Church of The Ascension, just a few houses away from where he spent his childhood. But while Bailey, an Episcopal deacon, had come homefhis heart — and his specch — was with and for the homeless. Much of his time is spent at the Greensboro Episcopal Housing Ministry, helping the homeless. He has worked with the homeless for about eight years. “ This is one of my proudest ac­ complishments ... to be loved and acclaimed by a different part of society,” he said. “ My spiritual growth has coinc from this ex­ perience." Bailey, who was valedictorian, most athletic and most likely to succeed when he graduated from high school in Davic County in 1954, told stories of the homeless people. He started, however, talking about how churches may be becoming “ too slick, where everything slides off it.” “ There’s a lot o^stuffgoing on jBSm m in the church that's not right, and it has to dcal with money." hc said. He svas fired from his last church. “ My church thought they should protect money and only give it to perfect situations." The homeless, he said, have been shut off from the church, as hiivc many poor people. "They think the church is only for nicc people who are well drcsse'd and nicely groomed ... and they arc forbidden." Many of the street people are mentally ill and have been turned away from institutions, Bailey said. He told the story of Nellie, who came to the homeless shelter with makeup smeared on her facc, smel­ ly and dirty. Her husband had died, and she wasn’t getting Social Security because shc wasn’t sure when shc had married. Nellie had gone to Darlington, S.C. to get married, she remembered. Beauracrats at Social Security wouldn't pay the$l a year fee charged to search the South Carolina records. Baileydid. And he got a copy of Nellie’s marriage ccrtificatc. Then he contacted her children in Tennessee. They didn't want to see their mother, who had deserted them years ago. Bailey asked Nellie's son to talk to his minister. He got Nellie's regular Social Security checks sent to her. When shc quit coming to the shelter. Bailey looked for Nellie. She was living in Tennessee with her son and daughter. She hadn’t wanted to contact them before because she didn’t want to be a burden. "That’s a story that is routine,” Bailey said. “ It's no big deal. But it's a contrast to what's at the parish. If you want sec Christ and touch him — you can. It really isn't that much of a big deal. I'm herc to witness for Christ." The larger cities have more street people because rural families tend to take better care of each other, Bailey said. He remembers an un­ cle who couldn’t take carc of himself. "H is family took care of him, the whole community took care of him. "ln the city, everybody's there to beat everybody else out of something. They’re not looking after each other." :rprom i* r," Baitay Is there a solution for tM| homeless? ': Yes, Bailey said, money art| more caring people. ^j "Everybody's running arourt| saying *hometessnes| homelessness,’ what are we goirl to do? I said, ‘1 think I’ll gi>i Chuck three dollars to g| something to eat’. Money gocs!$ long way to help the homeless many situations. "The government never | ed to take care of the poor, said. “You did when you wetfc baptized into the church. 2 "The solution will come whep all of us decide we’re going tb become involved in some way at another.” :j Hc told thc story of a $200,006 home which was torn down ii Greensboro so a $600,000 home could be built on the same sitel "That's wasteful," hc said. Bailey said he asks people fdfr $25 for thc homeless. “I’tn nql asking you to sell your Volvo?. Keep your Volvo,” he said. ;S Courtney Plans Outdoor Drama Former Local Resident To Speak At New Bethel Michael's Church, Si7MichacTs Road, or to Belmont Abbey College. “ Poochie” Everhart Henry Clay “ Poochie" Everhart. 39, of Jerusalem Avenue, Coolcemee died at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday. April I. at his iuime aftcr a scriuous illness of four weeks. Funeral services were schedul­ ed for4 p.m. Wednesday, April 4. at Nobel and Kelsey Memorial Chapel, with Bishop Woodrow Turner officiating. Burial was to lollow in Friendship Baptist Church cemetery, Coolcemee. Born March 30, 1951, in Rowan County, Everhart was a son of Lillian Richardson Everhart of Cleveland and the late Charlie E. Everhart. He attended thc Rowan County schools and was employed with Burlington Industries. He was a former member of Holiness Church of God in Statesville. Survivors, in addition to his mdfctcT? include: his \<tle, Gcnesta N. Everhart; a son, Desi Glaspy of Statesville; a daughter, Kimberly Everhart of Troutman; five brothers, Charles E. Everhart of Salisbury, Joseph and Kcnny Everhart, both ofCleveland, Willie Everhart of Statesville and W.C. Everhart of Winston-Salem; four sisters, Mertise Sherrill, Mozell Dooley and Peggy A. Sloan, all of Cleveland and Margie L. Miller of Mooresville; and three grandchildren. ^ N o v e 11 a S n y d e r , daughTerTif Mr. and Mrs. Otis L. Williams of M o c k s v i 11 e . w ill be the gucst speaker at her home church, New Bethel Baptist ' Church o ff U.S.60I.Sun- Snydcr day. April 8, at 3 p.m. Since urad u alim i from ingston College in Salisbury. Snyder has worked in the fields of business aiiministfatrotrnnd humait- services in New York City, and ■ Westchester County. She is the recipient of numerous awards. While in New York, she was a member ofthe St. Catherine AME Zion Church. New Rochelle. Snyder and her husband. I^chard, have relocated to this area, living in Kernersville. They are members o f the Goler Memorial AME Zion Church in Winston-Salem. Courtney Baptist Church will present the drama, "Thc Power And The Glory" outside April 11, 12 and 13 at 8:30 p.m. “ Thc Power And Thc Glory" is a follow-up production to the out­ door drama "N ight O f Nights" which was presented at Christmas. It is based on the Apostle John’s account ofJcsus' last wcek on earth and the glory of his resurrection. It opens with Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem and moves to Jesus’ ar- and crucifixion, you see Jesus placed in the tomb, but he does not remaU| there, as he arises victorious over the grave. The scene changes to the upper room where Thomas is shown in all of his doubt, but once Jesus apr pears and Thomas can see and touch him, Thomas believes. John then shares his vision on the isl# of Patmos where he saw Jesus ai he really is — Alpha and Omega, the First and the Last, the Almight^ G od-crucmxion: A1vcr Takethe Cholesterol Test that couldsave your tife. K.tn It KiNil>. 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HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m -5:30 p.m. yzs4' O p e n H o u se S u n d a y F o r N ew O ffic e s DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD. THURSDAY, Feature ’ '■; ’ • > « . ■>•";■. ' ' v i ' 5 t t ^ $ i : * $ " '■••• •' • ',"•!-, -rt- m m m ^ ........' "'"'"* Newg m m m ' K m P W w i ! / ' t f f l m $ f f l M / M .m : m m / m ms M S ® f tr & * |H^ry;--J-: - r tstSS"- -LyW^^*^*^*,<rf<[;'".^.j,: ti3iiSM* '*^'ZS s a H The new Davie County Administration Building as seen from the top of the county courthouse. — Photos by James Barringer Davie residents can tour their new building Sunday al"temoon. An open house has been schedul­ ed for the new county administra­ tion building in downtown Mocksvillc from 2-5 p.m. •; The building was occupied iil February. It includes offices for the county manager, county board of commisi sion chairman, county attorney# clerk and public works supervisor.* On the first floor, there's the' register of deeds office, where mar­ riages and land documents are recorded. Also on the first floor are offices for the tax assessor and tax co!lec-: tor. In the same section, the county; mapping department has an office.; On the second floor, the commis­ sion meeting mom and a conference room, as well as a break room, oc­ cupy part of the space. The finance’ and data processing departments are also located there. The third floor is unfinished, reserved for future expansion. What you won’t find in the new building is the board of elections, or any court related office. They all stayed across South Main Street in the Davie County Courthouse. All offices inside the new building are plainly marked with large, bold lettering.Linda Whitaker, clerk to county commissioners, prepares for meeting in new room. 7 to.dataproc*Ming, on stairs in new buikHng. ?%,*' ,'"l ’" ' ■ ::■■:■...... .•: A ■■ issS3&ibie k ln the tax assessor’s office, Pat Moore (right) waits on a customer. X J i -... -''':Q';i^S^^Mv:v-'L>s:v•!:'5:"i;V l'^ iV i';V * V ' ^>' ' I 2D-DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 5, 1990 Davie Dateline SEBS8B|H^fflM Bg^ v , ^ ^ p ; r p : s g ',-V '"V. :'i':." :- -'■■;>.*'.v.r* ;;. # ".'<:M<.V,i|/ji'.{'N*V.'--.> ;f e ^ & ^ S ^ i^ ^' ,-;• ; . ", ••— •-%%%'■' '' '.it>-; • .i H i,-.:-‘ ~f'-"" L,'.-'-,..-fc'.,; : -, ■;-.;:. .***r- ."**;'--' ;^ f^ - ^ :'V - f 'S'>h:K, Meeting^ Thursday, April 5 Hospital community mccting • for the Mocksville Fire District at South Davie Junior High at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 9 Coolmnct' ABC board meets at 6:45 p.m. at the store. Cooleemee Town Board meeting at 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall. Tuesday, April 10 Hospital community meeting at the County Line Fire Department at 7:30 p.m. Cancer Support Group meets at 7 p.m..conferenee room, Davie 'Public Library. Program: "Managing Stress with an Il­ lness.” Light refreshments. For 'morc information, c^ll Reba Elliott at 1-800-228-7421 or 634-0313 on Tuesdays. Wednesday, April 11 AARP. Davie chapter, meets. 10:30 a.m. East Room of Brock Building. Dennis Harrington. -Vhealth department director, to be ;- speaker. :• Monday, April 16 f- County commissioners meet at *• 7.p.n>. in the board room, second - floor, county administration .• building. • Monday, April 23 Davie Republican Party Ex- • eculive Committee meets at 7:30 • p.m., courthousc. Open meeting > for all Rcpublicans. Repulican can- ;• didates, non-partisan board of • education candidates, invited. : Ongoing Mocksvilk Rotary Club meets • cvery Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. at the '• Rotary Hul, Salisbury Street. MiK’ksvilk ViicraiLS o f Foreign ; Wars Post 4024 tnects at the Post ': Hut on Sanford Avenue, ;; Mocksville, 7:30 p.m., second •; Tuesday of each month. Veterans ;; welcome. Mocksvilk-Davie Jaycees meet ■ every first Monday at Western "." Steer and every third Monday at "j the Davie County Parks and .; Recreation Department. Sanford '." Ave. 7 p.m. Compassionate Friends, a sup- •• port group for bereaved parents. ;- meets cvery fourth Thursday night •• at 7:30 in the East Room of the ;• B.C. Brock Building, 622 N. Main ;• St., Mocksville. Narcotics Anonymous meets ; every Thursday at 8 p.m. at the -- First United Methodist Church Call 634-5235 or 492-5723. Cooleeinve Memorial VFW Post 1119 meets second and fourth Thursdays of each month. 7:30 p.m., Cooleemee Town Hall. I)avie Theatre Company meets at 7:30 p.m. the third Thursday of each month. Brock Auditorium. Corinthian Lodge No. 17 AF&AM meets at the lodge, se­ cond and fourth Fridays, 7:30 p.m. Mocksville Masonic Lodge No. 134 meets the first and third Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. at the lodge. Davie Multiple Sclerosis Sup­ port Group meets third Tuesday of each month. 7:30 p.m.. at Davie County Health Department. Extensicm^_ For more information on any of these events or activities, call the Davie County Agricultural Exten­ sion Service at 634-6297. Thursday, April 5 Baltimore-Bixby Homemakers meet at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 6 Demonstration and workshop on making ycast and sour dough bread. 10 a.m., county office building. Marie Voss, instructor. Clarksville Homemakers meet, 7:30 p.m., Pan Beck's home. Saturday, April 7 4-H Baking Contest. 10:30 a.m.. county office building. Tuesday, April 10 East Davie Homemakers meet, 10 a.m., Lois Stephen’s home. Redland Homemakers meet at 7:30 p.m.. Bethlehem Methodist Church. Hostess: Phyllis Williams. Davie/Yadkin Nursery marketing seminar, 6:30 p.m., Cap"n Stevens Seafood, M ocksville. Speaker: Dvid Massee. N.C. Department of Agriculture. Friday, April 13 Extension Office closed for Good Friday. Monday, April 16 Kappa Homemakers meet, 7 p.m .. community building. Hostesses: Ella Gray Smith and Frances White. Tuesday, April 17 Mocks Homemakers meet, 10 a.m.. Mocks Methodist Church. Advance Homemakers meet at 1:30 p.m. Center Homemakers meet, 7:30 p.m.. community building. more information, call 634-0345 Monday-Friday. noon-5 p.m. Upcoming Shag and country dance .•lasses. Thursdays. April 5-May 10. at Mocksville Elementary. Terry Landon. instructor. Fee: S25 per class. Shag classes. 7:30-8:30 p.m.; country dance. 8:30-9:30. No partner required. Beginner and experienced dancers welcome. Ongoing Square dancing and clogging. Freestyle Swingers. Mondays. 7 p.m.. Arnold Broadway's home. Davie Academy Road. Call Broad­ way at 284-2766. Open to families, singles, beginners and experienc­ ed dancers, Bri<lge-a-rama. Call Barbara Kollins, 634-5236; Pat Bullock, 998-4157: Rita Odum. 998-8402. Aerobics classes Aerobics classes begin first week each month. Cost: $20. Any orall classcs. same fee. Morning aerobics, Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays, 9-10 a.m.; First Methodist Church. San­ dra Johnson, instructor. Stretch and tone class. Mon­ days, Wednesdays and Fridays, 10-11 a.m.. First Methodist. Michele Shaver, instructor. U>w-impact aerohks. Mondays and Wednesdays. 5:30-6:30 p.m.; Mocksville Elementary. Ann Blackman, instructor. Evening aerol>ics, Tuesdays and Thursdays. 6:30-7:30 p.m ., Mocksville Elementary. Karen Wishon. instructor. Aerobics in Advance. Mondays through Thursdays. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays at Bermuda Place; Sandra Johnson, instructor. Tuesdays and Thursdays at Bermuda Quay Trim & Tone; Karen Penwcll, instructor. Relieion Thursday, April 12 First Baptist Church of Mocksville Maundy Thursday Communion Service. 7 p.m. “Lord Is It I” play by First United Methodist Church, about last supper. 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 13 (Jood Friday Service, noon. First Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Ivan W. Lowery ofThe Se­ cond Presbyterian Chruch to preach. Sunday, April 15 Easter sunrise service at Bethlehem United Methodist. 6:30 a.m. Light breakfast afterward in fellowship hall by United Methodist Men. O ff Redland Road, Smith Grove. First United Methodist Church Eastcr Sunrise service. 7 a.m. Nor­ mal worship service at 11 a.m. Bear Creek Baptist Church Eastcr Sunrise Service at 6:30 ,a.m.. followed by breakfast at William R. Davie Fire Dept. Nor­ mal worship service al 11 a.m. Sunrise Service, Smith Grove Methodist, 6:30 a.m. Breakfast to follow by Methodist Men. Yadkin Valley Baptist revival, 7:30 nightly through April 20. The Rev. Jimmy Jones of Princeton, Va. to be speaker. Special singing nightly. Ongoing Bingo, Mocksville Rotary Hut, sponsored by Saint Francis of Assisi Church, each Friday, 7-10 p.m. Sl00 jackpot. Duette Foster Christian Seniors Club meets fourth Tuesday of each month at Oak Grove Methodist, 10 a.m. Davie Ministerial Association meets cvery third Thursday at 10:30 a.m.. First Baptist Church in Mocksville. Senior Citizens Saturday, April 7 Spring sing at Davie Baptist Church. The Scarlett Sisters. Jack Cross and others, beginning al 7:30 p.m. Fork-Bixby Road 7 milcs cast of Mocksville. Bake Sale sponsored by Socie­ ty Baptist Church Women, begin­ ning at 8 a.m.. Food Lion, Squire Boone Plaza. • fellowship hall. Alcoholics Anonymous, Sun- • days and Wednesdays. 8 p.m.. : B.C. Brock Building, lowcr level, ;; N. Main St.. Mocksville. For more :; information, call 919-725-6031. ALATEEN group meetings are ■ held every Wednesday at 8 p.m. at i the First Presbyterian Church in '"- Mocksville. For more information, vcall 634-2195. ALANON Family group - mctings are held cvery Wednesday ,-at 8 p.m. at the First Presbyterian 1; Church in Mocksville. For more '••; information, call 634-2195. ; American Legion Post 174 ; monthly meeting at the Rotary Hut ;; second Thursday of each month at ;y7 p.m. Veterans welcome. 'i;;'i Mocksville Civitan Club meets . ;at 6:30 p.m. the second and fourth ' Monday ofcach month at Western ''.;;Steer. : ■ • Davie Scrtoma Club mcets the •■ifirsl and third Thursdays ofevcry • .month at 6:30 p.m. at the Western >;Stcer in Mocksville. K !; Advaq££ Memorial Po>^ 8719 *!Veterans of Foreign Wars and '■Ladies Auxiliary meets each fourth ;.Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., at the post >home in Advance. :"•: American Association of rfcetired Persons, Davie County ^Chapter, meets sccond Wednesday ^<ifeach monUi, 10:30 a.m., East >-toom, Brock Building, DWfie CMMtty Right To ^lfe iM7p.m. on the duni Thurs- i^eMhmoMhintiwgrandjwy ’ '^ f'tf* *w *y cowftouy. Sunday, April 8 Belhlelhem United Methodist Easter cantata, “ Hallelujah, Hallelujah." at 7:30 p.m. R c c f s a t i o n First Bap,is‘ church 01 The following events are offered for senior citizens in Davie Coun­ ty in cooperation with the Davie County Senior Center. Brock Building. Mocksville. All events at thc center unless otherwise noted. Call 634-0611. Friday, April 6 Last tax aide day, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.. East Room. Shopping day. Monday, April 9 New Generation club meets, 11 a.m.. nutrition site: senior chor- su sings at East Davie club meeting. 10:30a.m.; health news from Judy Bates, noon, nutrition site. The following events are offered by the Mocksville-Davic Recrea­ tion Department. For more infor­ mation, call 634-2325. Ongoing Children’s theatrical classes, Tuesdays after school at the B.C. Brock Auditorium. Ages 8-14. Cost: S25 through end of school. Dance classes at Brock Auditorium. Ballet, toe. tap. acrobatics, jazz and baton; after­ noon and evening classes for ages 3 and up, including adults. Emily Robertson, instructor. Gymnastics classes, Thursday afternoons at the Brock gym. Frank Wilkins, instructor. Pre-gymnastics and fitness, designed to promote gross motor development. Class for 3-year- olds, 11-11:40 a.m. on Mondays; 4-5-year-olds, 11:45 a.m.-i2:45 p.m. Classes at Brock Auditorium. Mother’s Morning Out, day care for pre-schoolers. Mocksville First Baptist Church on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; Victory Baptist Church in Cooleemee on Wednesdays; and Chestnut Grove Methodist Church, U.S. 601, on Thursdays, YMCA The following events arc offered by the Davie Family YMCA. For M ocksville Easter cantal;t, “ Calvary's Love." directed by Lewis Phillips. 6 p.m. in the sanctuary. Chancel choir of Mocksville First United Methodist lenten music program. 7:30 p.m.. in­ cluding scripture lesson of seven last words of Christ. Beginning April 8 Smith Grove United Methodist Holy Week services, 7:30 nightly through April 10, with the Rev. Ellsworth Nothstinc. Elbaville United Methodist spring revival. 7:30 nightly through April 10, with Tommy Lee Robertson. North Main Street Church of Christ spring gospel meeting, through April 11. with David R. PharrofKnoxville, Tenn. Sunday, 10 a.m. Bible class, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. worship services. Monday- Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Liberty United Methodist Church Holy Week Services. Covered dish supper 6 p.m. Sun­ day. Helping Hands class and Foy Copc to conduct service. Monday. 6:30 p.m. pizza supper for youth, 7:30 p.m. service by children and the Rev. Billy Rintz. Tuesday, men and women to conduct service. Ho­ ly communion Wednesday night. U.S. 601 south of Mocksville. Mocksville Wesleyan Church revival, with the Rev. J.W. Phillips, 6 p.m. Sunday and nightly at 7 through April 12. Off Hospital Street across from Fran-Ray. RSVP Sewing Bee, Thursdays, 9 a.m.-l p.m. Senior chorus practice. I p.m.. Thursdays in the East Room. Art class taught by Glenda Beard. Mondays, 9 a.m.-noon. Decorative painting taught by Linda Harp, Tuesdays. 9 a.m.- noon. RSVP Room; Blanche Laglc will hold a lap quilting class on Tuesdays. 9 a.m.-noon. East Room. Punch embroidery taught by Ollic Ward. Tuesdays. 1-3 p.m. For more inform ation, call 998-3201. Pecan figurine painting taught by Louisc Blackwclder, Wednesdays. 8:30-11:30 a.m., RSVP room. New class Wednes­ day afternoons, 1-3, “ Crafts for Fun and Profit." Woodcarviiig classes taught by lna Martin. Fridays, 8:30-11:30 a.m.. RSVP Room. Tuesday, April 10 “Salt Facts” program by Freda West, noon, ,|olly Sixties Club meets, 10:30a.m.. Mocks Church. Wednesday, April 11 Easter music in cafeteria by Arlene Speer, noon. Social Securi­ ty representatives, by appointment only. Call in advance. Thursday, April 12 Shopping day for Easter. April 13-16 Senior center closed for Easter. Ongoing There is no charge for classes for senior citizens (age 65 or older). Classes, eighl or nine sessions. $20 for anvone under 65. Sunday, April 22 Car Show sponsored by Davie County Hospital Auxiliary and Piedmont CARS Association, Ridl Park. Register cars 8 a.m.-noon. Gates open at noon. Admission: S3. Chance for cash prize with admission. Ongoing Veterans Service Oflke new hours: Monday-Tuesday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.; Wednesday, 8 a.m.-noon. Storytime at the main head­ quarters and Coolccmec Branch of thc Davic Public Library, Tuesdays at 11 a.m. Crystal Ballroom Dance Chri> will sponsor a dance every second Saturday at thc M o c k s v illfi| Elementary School gym from Sti*" 11 p.m. No charge. M Hc inviNA fj In The Schoob Miscellaneous Thursday, April 5 Friday, April 6 Advance Fire lK-partment an­ nual barbecue. 6 a.m. until all sold. Saturday, April 7 ShoffieJd-Calahaln Volunteer Fire Department barbecued chicken and baked ham suppcr, 5-8 p.m. Dine in or take out. Bake Sale by Disabled American Veterans and Auxiliary No. 75, Food Lion and Wal-Mart. Squire Boone Plaza, beginning at 8 a.m. Car Wash at Davie High School, sponsored by the band members. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. S5 per car. $10 per van. Sunday, April 8 County of Davie open house at the new county administration building. 2-5 p.m. Building located across South Main Street from the courthouse. St. Jude Childrens Hospital bikc-a-thon, 2 p.m.. U.S. 158 and Sain Road. Call John Hendrix at 634-5948 or 634-3454. Friday, April 13 Farmington Rurilan Club will be barbecuing pork shoulders for Easter. Place orders by April 8 with one of thc following: John W. Pilcher, 998-3116; Ray Harding, 998-3733; or Barry Smith. 998-3286. Pinebrook School Advisa^P Council mects at 7:30 p.m. ;^ Saturday, April 7 -| B an d D n yatD avieH i*S d*6 from 11 a.m. to7 p.m. . ':>1* Monday, April 9 Pinebrook Schwl PTA m M t 7:30 p.m. )''i" Shady Grove PTO and actomT, fair at 7 p.m. .{ Cookemee S c M PTA meW at 7:30 p.m. ' i Tuesday, April 10 Mocksvllle E k * iM ir | kindergarten orientation aM registration. f Thursday,April12 South Davie Junior High PTSA mects at 7 p.m. April 13-20 Schools cfosed for Easter and spring vacations. Reunions w m m m m m m a m ^ m m m Tuesday, April 10 Davie High School Class of I960 planning meeting for its 30th- ycar reunion, Western Steer, Mocksville, 7 p.m. Class members interested in helping are asked to attend. Call Sue Couch at 998-8906 for more information. The Easter Bunny Coming To Davie _ Thc Eastcr Bunny is coming to Davie County and will make stops in Mocksville and Cooleemee. Sponsored by thc Mocksville- Davic Recreation Department, the Easter Bunny w ill bc at thc Cooleemee Shopping Center from l0a.m .-l p.m. on Saturday. April 7. Children may sit on the Bunny’s lap and have their photo taken, frcc with their parent's camcra or for S3 by thc recreation department. An Eastcr Egg Hunt will start at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 7 at the Cooleemee Recreation Center. Gather at the porch, and bring your own basket. Agc groups include: 2 and under. 3-1: 5-6: 7-8; aiul 9 and up. One golden cgg will hc hidden lor each age group and w ill be ex­ changed for a grand prizc. Some eggs will contain other snull prizes or numbers to bc exchanged for a small prize. Contact thc recreation depart­ ment at 634-2325 to register your child. Hopping Into Mocksville The Easter Bunnyu will bc in Mocksville. too, at thc Bunny House downtown Monday, April 9-Friday, April 13. from 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m., and on Saturday, April 14 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Eastcr Egg Hunt will be in Rich Park on Saturday. April 14 at 2 p.m. The same agc groups and prizes will be offered as are in Cooleemee. Meet at Shelter No. 2 next to the hallflcld. >:":A Stockton For Sheriff RALLY Saturday, April 7,12 Noon-4 p.m. Big Oak Ranch Hwy. 158 Smith Grove Community Come meat JERRY W. STOCKTON, Republican Candidate for Sheriff. Join us for an after­ noon of old fa*hloned fun at BIG OAK RANCH! Enjoy an afternoon ol free Texas-Style chili, music, horseback riding, Free lessons on the "Lap 'n Tap” roping machine. Get to know Jerry and what he stands tor - Tell him your views. Everyone’s lnvlted - young A old • Democrat or Republican. Hope to see you therel Paid For By Jerry Stockton is& ii.iSK&r:i ■ DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April S, l* * W D .1 5 Year Old Gets New M S \SAWUL.' IF WE STE.P CUT OP LINE OHCf TONKSUT, BOSAtfN WU. WU. US, ANO TWEN WM AN0 DAD WU- WU- US AGAWt YWEN 1 GUESS TUAT'S WAT ?' M T . ADMIT DETEAT? NiVER X TMlN&S MAS lCO< GRIM R)R VS, BUT W 7*W IS GRlM FOB... <3 . STVPENPNS MAH.' CtiWRoN OF UBERT( / POt OF TXRANNS.' VM GOING TO GETIN BEDNOW AND MQID m . RVSW. ® r ^A * - > A 8bLT OF FtEW CRiMSOH STCEAKS ACRCSS TOE SW.’irs snnxDovs mn.> WE FIENt)ISU BJHSrmRML WAS A LOCAL VKMStitoVD lN HER IRON GRIP OF TERROR.' WE MAN OF MEGAMt6UT l'M lN LUCK / BAB1 SITTER GIRL IS MOMeVt*RlV< ftSVRAOTO.' «1 CUARLlE, ITS ROSALVN. XEW, l'M OVER AT WE LITRE MONSTERS HOUSE AGAIN. MW” NO, ACTUALL1 UES 8ElM PRETP( GOOD TOWGHT. XEAH, I CANT BEUEVE iT. AK1XM CUAftUE, l'M 3ttN *E CDUL0NT 90 ooT T0WGW, BUT TW» UTTLE CfiEEPS PABENTS ABE X) OESPERATE V) GET AWM TBQM WtA QKE W k WLE W W ... m ' W E M N M j@ iC E 9 W .W W B f y m i m m r n , y $ i s n r a i 5 i R L / ^ _ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ GET ofT wiX srmmus CALVIN,NOU Miff UAS THE FtST.' OW.' STRENGTH OF LET GQ.' b. MILUON ^ T ^ M O * T A L MEN.1 s l ^ ^ LISTEN CUARUE, I'M GOWG TO HAVE TOCAMOU BACK YOU WOULDN'T BEUEVE WHAT WIS CRETIN IS 1 WTU NVSOES Of MAGHlWCE. sm m is FlGMT5 ym HERoic Hy Karen Jarvis Davie County Enterprise-Record CHICAGO - Five-year-old Jet- tie Patton was in stable condition Monday afternoon in the Wyler's Children Hospital after undergoing a liver transplant. "She's doing great." said Janice Patton. Jettie's mother. "She's in ICl) right now. Hopefully, she will hv out of ICU within three days." Jettie. who lives with her mother and father Jerry on Gladstone Road, was taken by air ambulance out of Charlotte early Sunday morning. Mrs. Patton said Jettie was in surgery Sunday from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. "It really went smooth.” she said. "H er color is great and there's not much swelling. She’s very alert."' Travel to. Chicago didn't go as planned, said Marlene Godbcy, wlto has bccn in charge of fundrais­ ing for the Pattons. "W c called Charlotte and they said thcy couldn't fly into Salisbury to pick Jettie up," said Godbcy. "W e didn't know where the airport in Charlotte was. And the father. Jerry, had gone to South Carolina." Godbey said she called Johnny Frye, emergency medical coor­ dinator. and he got everyone on standhy. "W e callcd Charlotte back and they said they didn't know if we can lift offor not." she said. “ The weather was not good in Chicago. Time was ticking away." She said about 15 minutes later Tom Cook, with the Davie Coun­ ty Rescue Squad received a call to pick up the Pattons and takc them to Charlotte. “ The lather had made it back from South Carolina by this tim e." she said. “ Thcy took off from Charlotte at 5:05 a.m ." Godbey said the Patton family had enough money to last about four days. The family was unable to stay at the Ronald McDonald House and has to stay at the Hyde Park Hilton, which costs S60 a night, a rcduccd rate for families with children in the hospital. The Ronald McDonald House charges S5 a night. Mrs. Patton said they are ninth on the waiting list for the house. A trust fund for Jettie has been set up at Mocksvil!e Savings and Loan for anyone wishing to donate money. Gtxlbey callcd sever.il area chur­ ches Sunday in effort to raise moncy to send to thc family. "A total of S2,300 was raised over­ night." she said. “As hardprcss* cd as this county has bccn, il came through again. Itjust moves me." Godbcy said Jettie was running a high tcmpcrture Saturday night. "She was lethargic," she said. “ Her eyes were droopy. She stayed in a reclining position. • ‘The doctors in Chicago knew about it." she said. “Everybody was aware of it. but there was a chance for a liver and thcy would manage that when thcy got there." Mrs. Patton said Jettie had a temperature Monday afternoon, but that doctors were not overly concerned about it. “They’re shocked about how well she’s do­ ing," she said. “When I first saw hcr, shc looked so helpless, I fell apart.” Mrs. Patton said Jettie is hook­ ed up to machines and has a tube down her mouth to help her breathe. Jettie’s family is allowed 10 minutes every hour to see her. “Now I've gotten used to the way shc looks,” said Mrs. Patton. “I know these are the besl doctors. Jerry is doing better than I am. "If 1 sec her smile one time. I'm going to be happy." tOU'VE GOT TWO SECONDS TO 6ET I YOUR CAPED Burr| tN 6ED. OR 11L PUT tT THERE FoRGCCD. ’ cMHo; THE EV\L AMA10N tS USING SMtE PSKH0BOM TO WEAKEN W( STUPEH- ocus wit: ^ ' ac CALVIN, iOU WANT TO PlAX ROUGH. HUH? GREAT MOONS OF NEPTUNE.' SWEWSTMVE SUPERfcMERSTOO.1 & ALL RIGHT, CALVIN.' WHECE'D V0U GO?/ I kN0WWRE OUT UERE.' WTU SU)PtNWWS SPEED SnfiHfOVS MM IS CUT TUE DOOR i l'M. COUNTlNfe.' QNNNNE YOUR PARENTS TOLD *X) TO B s m e TONtGur. REMEMBER?/ WElRE NOT Q0IN6 TO BE HAPPY WEN T O HEAR A9CWT TNIS' TUER$riS-to>JM- ltA .GOTH& m > EH0U6rt FOR TVtiS KIND OF AGGRAVATION. HOW COULD A KlD WITH SUCH UTTLE LEGS GO SO FAST?' ScC3RH \N U\S SECRE.T R>Rfi&SS. m n N M fr M M PLANS HIS STWEG1 / 6Ag1 SITTER GlRL IS NO MATCH R>R STUM m S HAH S STUPENOCWS mTEOECT/ O u r fa m ily s e rv in g y o u r fa m ily p ii>"8„ Director \ & ? v ';■■■ -.V ^ /'V ' '■'"■' ".a*s-' :/S.:y.i: ,>.^-.:,.';^J;f«,: „ . v , Ben F ra n klin Open 9 to • Sunday 1 to •Willow Oak Centre', MocksvlHe, NC m IN K 1ERMlLU0N FLkSH, srvwms mn is iN THE A lR : >G*SP' r...t- MUST RESIST. 2 Liter Pepsl ProdwcU Llly Bush. E,islor Lily bush in lull bloom II makes ■ pei1ecl cenlei piece or room eccenlNeon Pleetlc Canvas. Yellow, pink, blue & gieen neon colors Greal lor nny piO|Pct. especially |ewlelryi 6 9 9 « Your ChoiceSEE, lF »E HAD BOUGHT A DOG INSTEAD, UKE I WANTED. WE COULD GO OUT LIKE THIS AU. WL TIME. H0NEl. wt CAME HERE to RELAX. LETS TALK ABOUT SOMETHING ELSE Reg. '2**Diet S Juice *1M s _r*^* ~ £ T ^tOU MAOE lT 8AC< ADNB: O f COURSE! [ MAOE A SWPVtOOUS ^>ASH-AS^X)NAS toSAV<N WENT ARQk)HC THE HQU5E SUE SHU DOESN'T W * t VWERE T W Jellv-B ew e. Slock up lor En<er with a variety ol jelly been cotors and llavors In 12-oz site Hop lort* liBird Feeder. Hummingbird feeder with heavy-guage glass construc­ tion. Hold 15 oz. of food. Plant Food. Miracle-Grow all purpose plant food. 8 oz. size. 593.77 w w *m w m w w mWooden Cralt Stick, i Ins voisntilo slick is idual loi most cialt pinposos Availablo in4-in lengths Cotton Yarn. *Sugar n' Cieam ' 4- ply woisled yain Wondeilul lor cf0 clu'lmq or kniltmg 11 Paas Egg Klt Ensy to color Kil Smnllsi2 0 ir.1.97 1.4799* i f f i t m Candy Kote W afers White or Chocolate 1 Lb. Bag Decorated Egg • Peanut butter 1111 iK chocolate covered. 4 0z Size.Eaiter Tree - 24 inch wire tree white, ornaments not included 79* CALNlN, XOU'RE N B\6 - -T6QUBLE- 1F_X0U DWT . COtAE OUT/ ._ _ _ ^ |vn \- Mattlunvs is .i n,itivv nt l;ors\’th VoLiniy, and for twuntv-thvL'e years ho has scrvcd lho lamilies ol this area in their times ol spevial need. After all that time, change doesn't bothorJorry, certainly not tho splendid growth that has surrounded our community in recent years. Jerry Matthews has built his professional life on solid ground. He has always understood that every person, every family is unique, wonderful in thoir own way, and therefore deserving of highly specialized service in a difficult time. When you're dealing with family, the more things change, the moro thcy stay the same. VOGLER frSONS Clemmone Chapel — 2849 Middlebrook Dr. Winston-Salem • Lexington .iV-;.-.-r w 4B—DAVIE COUNTY ENTERl’RISK RI.(()RI). THURSDAY, April 5, tV'XI Reduce Hazards In Home ,Many kitchcns bo)ti ;m odd vnm- ;bination ofproducts with iuitriiious ;foods or. somc shelves ;uul dc;tdly ;poisons on others. There are thousands of ;;household products tliat contain *toxic ingredients. Some, like oven ;and drain cleaners, are obvious. .;Others like air fresheners, polishes "and cleansers, are subtler. Iin- ;properly used and improperly ! disposcd of. such products can en­ danger our health and damage our environment. ; “ There arc several steps that you !can takc to reduce the amount of ‘.hazardous products in your home,” says Dr. Wilma Hammett, extension housing specialist at North Carolina Stale University. : Contrary to what advertisers would have you believe, you don't necd a different typc of cleanscr for each surface. There arc many pro­ ducts that will clean a variety of ;surfaccs. Read the labels to sec how you can use products already on hand. : When you arc buying a product. ;“ buy the least harmful product Now A Bernina Everyone Can Afford : Introducing the NEW .Bernina 1000 Designer ONLY*599! From Switzerland — a breakthrough in style and value in quality sewing. It's a Bernina! And you can own it now. at this incredible pricel •Psrfect stitches every lime on any fabric. •Automatic bu1tonholes •7 practical stitches •Exclusive clip-on presser feet •Famous self adjusting tension The Sewing Room 6330 Cephis Drive, Clemmons Phone: 766-6208 BERNIN*B Leonard Realty 34 Town Square 704-634-3875£ Q 'RiAlTOR H IC K O R Y T K K K - M tll m aintain- cd 3 h t'd n *iin , 2 hath h<>nw in nivv rvsld tn lm l area. W 8 tvkphiiiiv. *S5.000. I)A V IK S Ik K K I - lm vstiirs takv iK iti'. K i'iiiii(lt'lt(l hi*nv xiith rtn tv r in plurv. *2H,5I*(. N IC E B M IC K B l tl.l)IN (; ,,,i |.(, aires /m ii(l fo r hiKhuu> lnisinvsv ()i> m r fliia iu iiiK aiailahlv. K \- iilU rit p<itcnliul. M'l.'KWI. — W ll \ . B tk k J m m 'w itfi 4 lw<lnMnns. 2 l)Utlls, basvm viil nn lnrgv Int. M15,(HHI. IM > tS T K IA I. - 4.2 aiTi*s » itli ra ilro a d fru n la y t'. I.< iva litl in M iw ksviltf. I)ra>tkull> Kv<lmvtl F<ir Q uick S alf. U2.<NHI.' IH >W N T()W N l l l S lM SS l.()T - u itli uarvlimis41 or huildin^ fur small liu>iiif>s>. <)W N K K A N X I<>l'S *20.MNI. C H U R C H S IK K K I - C harniiiiK olifcr hiitiM' in p rociv. o f m n m lvl- iiiK- l.arnt' Int. M ;i\l>v piirvh iiM il and rvm m li'liiiK cm n p lvlfil u> xmi <lvsirt'. 601 N. Z ()N K 1) IIIC IlW A V B l SINKSS - IIWH400 |.,it with liriik hiiim>. ‘ II5.INHI. (h h i-r lluinv> X U iiicl A >ailalilv l.in da l.vm iartI 7IM-(>.<4-.'h5ll C in lh ia A y m lo 7l>4-h.'4-4l4ll NKKI) NKW I.ISTINCS T a J - available.” Ilammctt says. "The federal government requires the use ol'signa! words, depending on the level of the hazard." Products labeled "poison" arc tlic most dangerous. The word "danger" means that the product is extremely llammable. corrosive or highly toxic. Packages bearing the words "warning" or "cau­ tion" are moderately or slightly toxic. Usc an ounce of prevention when it comes to cleaning, "lfyo u allow soil to accumulate, cleaning becomes more difficult. For exam­ ple. ifyou wipe up a spill when it occurs, you can prevent a stain and eliminate the rtccd for tough specialty clcnners which are often more toxic." Hammett says. Wiping away grease and spills in the oven or putting a liner on the oven bottom to catch spills will reduce the necd for oven cleaners. Don't pour grease down the drain, and cover the drain opening with a screen to keep out food scraps and hair. |IOMIiMAI>K AI/HvRNATIVKS Homemade cleaning products are another alternative. Dr. Ham­ mett offers the following "recipes" lor cleansers and polishers. All-Purpose Cleaner I tablespoon ammonia 1 tablespoon lic|tiid detergent 2 cups watcr Mix ingredients and put in spray bottle. Spray solution 011 surface. Wipc. Rinse with clear water. Aluminum Clciiiivr 2 table.spoons cream of tartar I quart water To clean aluminum cookware, combine cream oftartar and water in cookware. Bring solution to a boil and simmer for 10 minutes. Wash and drv as usual. ^ ] H U B B A R D R E A L T Y 285 5 STR A TFO RD ROAD W inston Salem N C 27103 (9191 /2 5 0506 INDIAN HILLS - Immaculate 24 sq. ft house in Indian Hills on 5 acres. Stone exl & FP, Hdwc1 lloors in FYR & DR lots of storeage. Dbl Bsmt. Gar. and an additional DBL DET. Garago. »159,900, 3 adj. acres available wilh or without the property for *35.000. Call Lily. 784.5802 COUNTRY LANE NEAR CAMBPELL ROAD • 163 acres - 36 acros north ol Country Lano, all the rest is soulh of Country lane and runs thru to Joppa Cemetery. 60 ft. easement form Hyw. 601. *5,200 per acre. Call Alice Delan- cy (919) 768-3449 or Mel Speas (919) 699-8438. PRICE REDUCED - On this nicely restored farm house on 45 aces. 75-40 workshop has heat and AC. 2 bedroom, 1 bath home features hand­ made cherry cabinets and beautifully restored forest pine floors. 6 out buildings and fenced pasture. «153,900. Call Jack Forrest (919) 784-7561. LOCATED JUST PAST BERMUDA RUN ON 801 • this lovely brick home features 3 bedrooms 2'/z baths, huge den wilh fireplace and wet bar and 2 care basement garage. Extra storage building and beautiful inground pool. Owner transferred so priced to sell at *112,900. Call Jack Forrest (919) 784-7561. COUNTRY lA N E ^ M ^ ^ 7t8,u:re - R esvicno ru jg^JP ^^c,iil Alice D eLan^g^^^W K M 49 or Mel Speas 919) 6 W T O B 746 acre all Alice 49 or Mel Speas COUNTRY LANEL< - Restrictiory Dolancv_____ (919) 6 iW V 3 8 GORDEN DRIVE NEAR FARM­ INGTON - Large brick rancher on 3 acros. Paved drive, solar heat, waler stove, garages for 5 vehicles. »129.900. Mel Speas (919) 699-8438. COUNTRY LANE NEAR CAMPBELL ROAD - 36 acros - ldoal for residen­ tial development • Rostriclions - *4,500 per acre. Call Alice DeLancy (919) 768-3449 or Mel Speas (919) 699-8438. OFF HWY. 601 BEHIND SQUIflE BOONE SHOPPING CENTER - Ap­ proximately 60 Acres Suitable for residential or commercial. Water and Sower - »6,500 per acre. Call Alice DeLancy (919) 768-3449 or Mel Speas (919) 699-8438. COUNTRY LANE L Q M ^ p 4 acre - Excellent locaita*ri^PK m ctions - M 2 .0 0 0 ^ g ^ B B e L a n c y 768-3449 or Mel ^ P ^ H 9 ) 699-8438. APPRO*7 90 ACRES IN MOCKSVILLE - near Squire Boone Shopping Center. Access from three streets. City water and sewer. »5600 per acre. Call Alice Delancy 768-3449or Mel Speas 699-8438. COUNTRY LANE - Approximately 60 Acres - Would make excellent residen­ tial development ■ Water & Sower — Restrictions »6,500 per acre. Call Alice DeLancy (919) 768-3449 or Mel Speas (9191 699-8438 ______________^ ^ y | INDERCONSTRUCTK This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home for under 50000/month if you qualify. Call Raymonda at Carolina EE Homes, Inc. for more information at 634-2252 or 1-800-247-8586. Ask about all of the additional plans that we have to choose from or let us give you a price on your own plan. 119 Depot Street, Mocksville BOB SHELTON, Broker 634-2252 VON SHELTON, Broker 634-0110 Raymonda Shelton, Sales 634-1527 Barry Whittaker, Sales 634-1439 Frank Payne, Sales 998-2622 Rick Bazaar 998-9490 WILLIAMS & SONS LOG HOMES AND POOLS m ® N i T i R O l D W G iT iO F .F .E R •setB.oo The Yadkin 6x6 Log Construction M Models 21 o S 5 & 0 n ° W V ^ D M k ft O s U o M l£W w ^^^^W ^^^V ^V FV ^W CUSTOM PLANS INVITED FOR PRICE QUOTES A to ne Highway 601, Mocksville Call 704*34*604 Or 634-7628 li3 p E : ■■' v , /, / V & $ & & HOWARD REALTHCLrMO OTnCRS OwN & Insurance Agency,Inc. 330 S. Salisbury Street Corner of Hwy. 64 & 601 Mocksville, N.C. DAVIE COUNTY Our Speciality/Our County 634-378« 634*343 834-1155 634-5704 634-5629 998-3642 6344)390 634-2534 634-5692 6344)129 634-2648 6344)787 Julia Howard Connle Kowalske Jackie Hall Jane Whltlock M.J. Randall Llnda Daughtrey Mlke Hendrix C.C. Chapman Diane Foster Jan Hatley Kcn Sales Red Foust Julia C. Howard Owner/Broker t=t (704) 634-3538 (919) 998-6463(OUAl MOUSINOO**0"tu*itv 2 Bedroom mobile home wilh central air, around deck on large lot in Eastern Dawe.QMfl Buy At «26,900 >24,500 *4 - JOYNER, C00LEEMEE • Excellent nvestment prop New plumbing & elec. Nat'l. Gas heal, storm windows >20.000 - INVESTORS DREAM bedroom. 1 hath Harwood floor M0VE RIGHT IN - 2 BR. 2 BA. home all sheetrock heat pump, stove, relrig , d. washer, washer & dryer lront porch, carport, storage bldg on Vj acre <29,500 '35,500- New Doubw Wide with 1,000 sq ft on Vi acre, home features 2 6R,2baths all appliances •41,500 - HWV. «4 E • perfect starter home. 3 BR. 1 bath home on appro*. Vi acre. Newoilfur nace, roof, and deck. Recently remodetod »42,000 - OFF SHEFFIELD HD. • Greal Buy - 1560 Sq Ft mobile home on 1 acre. Great master suite with garden tub. 3 bedroom & 2 baths. Like new, plus furniture. <44,900 • 1N 0 « STfEET ConwMrt^ located in town, this 3 BA,1BA home b prtaleh•43,000 OFF HWY. 801 S. • 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, brick home on large lot. Home features carport, den and living room siluated on large, priv*te tot. Features, quiet delached garage, wood stove & tajt d*k. FORK CHURCH ROAD • 1.67 acres 3 bedroom/fbath, alum, siding. Many up dated features include HP and oil circulator, garden tub with whirlpool, FP in master bedroom, wired shop. 2 barns and fruit trees. A MUST SEE for onlv ‘54.500. •46,000 • Neat 3 BR, brlck home with basement, home features hardwood floors new carpet and paint '54,tOO-5ttWUEsaOnOlT.-4M.tVibtfh home convenient to hospital a vinyl siding on exterior trim. A A LOT 0F HOUSE FOR THE MONEY • Brick ranch with over 1500 sq. ft. New furnace. Ioimal LR ftiih FP and den. and wood lence, wooded lot Ai: For <54.900. WILL BOONE AD. • Only 4 ywre okJ. 3 bedroom, 1V; bath, 2 car garage. ’59,900. 0FF F0RK CHURCH R0AD. • 3 BR. 2 bath home with lull basment. Vinyl sidmg. tilt in theimopane windows a1lic storage, deck, front porch >58,500 •59,900 - 606 GARNER ST. • Well mam tamed brick ranch lealures 3 BR, 1 Vz baths large eat-in-kitchen. laundry room, chain link fence. Many items ol personal proper­ ty remain. Call today! »67,000 • TUCKED AWAY IN THE CITY with all the apeal of country living. Ths 3 bedroom home features living room with fireplace, Lg. den, hardwood floors, manicured lawn. Call today m <65,000 - 600 YADKINVILlE R0. • Rezone this 2 Br. I BA home lo Hwy. business and give your busmess a boosl. Great location on last growing Hwy. 601 •69,900 • 610 GARNER STREET • This Brick home leatures 3 BR, 1 V; BA, large eat-in-kitchen, utility room, lull basement with office & garage, nicely landscaped yard. Move in condition. •75,000 • 810 YADKWVILlE ROAD Rezone this property to commercial business and watch your business soar. 3 BR, 1 BA with detached garage H>9,900 - Move-in condlbon lovely 3 BR 1'/z balh brick home on 1.63 acres remodeled, nice landscape ^ •89,900 - WANDERING LANE • 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in lovely area. Large LR/DR comb., eat-in-hit. den, family rm. double garage. <82,900 • RIDGE R0AD • 3 BR. 1': BA brick ran cher silualed on approx 6 ac Beautiful country sc-;iing Mih lruil orcnaid !encing. bam. out builaings and pool •89,900 - 20 Fenced Acres - w/creek restored farm house wf3 BR. 2 baths, plus horse barn, milk barn Horse Lover's Dream UNDER CONSTRUCTION • NORTH MAIN ST. 3 BR. 2' i Bath wJfull basement. Conveniently located in town. Quality construction. 2 zone H/P. too many amenities to list <93.900 <102.000 - Ideal mim-larm |3) acres up to (69) home leatures (31 bedrooms, (2) full baths, finish eti basement Grounds in excellent condition. A 'Must-See" piece ol property <99,000 1.7 acres w/4 BR, 1 bath home possible rezoning lor this R-15 property, A good investment! S113.900 — FARMLAND ACRES •S ■ CMrmmg lr,r. -i'-.i' /es 4 BR 3 CAROLINA H0ME PLACE • New ranch home .i'.!v fctiVes 3BA 2BA Greal room,hard ig nus!i>' sj !e spectacular views -1 ,ntc"mal'L'n <129.900. F0RK CHURCH R0A0 • Lompletel> upd,i Slory home w/3 BR. 2': baths large gar,igo v, ,i| on 1 39 Aces <104.500. x i n r r T ^.. i ROCK HILL FARM - OFF PEOPLES CREEK RD. - 5 ui'aroom, 3' 2 baths. 3750 II h-ntu' 011 J h acres Horse barn fi9i3G :siorjge bu1lti1i1g Many Amenitios <199.500 OFF CALAHAN HO. • Rustic A frame 1'; slory wilh full finished basement, situated on 8 acres, 3 BR, 3 baths. 2 kitchens, wrap around deck, hot tub. *t34.900 iR D« '139.900 LOTS & LAND Hob*on Road Hk*ory Hlll.. Hkkory Hlll Htchory Hlll Ofl Hwy. M1.. 601 S. Near Y Ott Nwdmore WhHUkw 1.87 Ac. <7,500 ....Fairway Lot <9,500 Commercial Bldg ...................1.28 AC 2400 SF »59,900 Off Jericho Church Rd 20 Plus Acres $60,000 Mobile Home Park ....................................35 ac. <62,900 Eaton R o a d ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ _................8.71 Ac. «75,000 Hwy. ' 5 B f l J P p ^ ^ ^ 6 Ac. + House >100,000 N. Cooleemee...'.................................114.5 Ac. ‘ 143,000 Needmore Rd.............................................................'2,800 Tabor Ch. Road. Iredell Countv72Vi Ac. »1950 Per Ac. 2 Bldg. Lols »9,500 Ea. FronI Lot «10,000 ...2.9 ac. «25,000. 15 Ac >26,250 Plus Acres '35,000 12 Ac. >35,000 •D-DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORl), THURSDAY, April 5, 1990 Board Grants Bermuda Run Permit By Mike Barnhiirclt Davie County Enterprise-Record Owners of Bermuda Run were granted a special use permit Mon­ day night to operate recreational facilities. C.R. Harris, owner of the coun­ try club subdivision between N.C. 801 and U.S. 158. asked for the permit froni the Davie County Zoning Board of Adjustment to “ clarify" what can be built on the property. A controversy arose last year when a real estate office opened just inside the N.C. 801 gates. The company sells property outside Bermuda Run, in Davic and For­ syth countics, residents said. Harris said he wants to movc of- ficcs for Travelers Management Corp. to the building which hous­ ed the real estate offices. It would include four top company ex­ ecutives and support staff. Thc company also owns Ber­ muda Run Country Club Inc. On his request, Harris askcd that officcs for the owners of Bermuda Run bc allowed to operate offices on the property. Slcve Johnson, an attorney for David W helplcy and other residents, said the concerns were that thc words owners aiul Travelers Managmcnl Corp.. which has 15-20 entities including Bermuda Run, he included on the request. He proposed changing the request to offices for Bermuda Run Country Club Inc. “ It was their(residents) fear that this was ... to legitimize some uses other than what your zoning or­ dinance calls for." Johnson said. "Merc ownership ofpropcrty does not entitle one to use that property contrary to thc zoning ordinance and I have a fear, and many here have a fear that is what is intend­ ed." Uses of the office could change with the owners, which wouldn’t happen if only Bermuda Run Country Club offices were allow­ ed. Johnson said. Harris said he was trying to alleviate thc fears raised by the residents. He asked the real estate company to movc when opposition arose, he said. "l'v c got a $12 million invest­ ment here," Harris said. "Ifpeo- ple who sit around and see boogcrmen behind everything ... What's going to prevent them from saying we don't want a country club here?" The real estate office, Harris said, isn't large enough to ac­ comodate a large staff. “ How many people can you put in a .1.000 square-foot building?" Any new buildings or additions would have to go before the board, and another public hearing would be held, he said. "What you see is what we got." Bermuda Run resident J.D. Cross agreed that a real estate of­ fice had customarily heen a part of Bermuda Run. hut it only handled properties within the club's con­ fines. "We're glad to have your of­ fices there. Roger." he said to Harris. The opposition. Cross said, was to TRAVCO and its many entities having offices in Bermuda Run. Such offices belong in highway business zoned areas, he said. “ I don't see how, under your zoning ordinance, you can say. this is the headquarters of TRAVCO." "The residents of Bermuda Run want certainty for ourselves." said resident Jonathan Allen. Bermuda Run Country Club was founded in 1971, two years before Davie County adopted zoning laws, Harris said. Thc property is being used in similar ways now, and has bccn since thc club was founded. Real estate offices have always Duke Closing Davie Office Duke Power's office in Advance will be closing at the end of April. Guy Lanning, office manager at Dukc Power, said the office will close April 27 at 5 p.m. in an ef­ fort to save thc company nioney. Landfill Fees Go Higher There are plans to increase fees for dumping garbage at thc Davic County Landfill. But landfill operator Junior Barbce doesn't want thc proposed fees made public. Barbee asked county commis­ sioners Monday afternoon to go in­ to executive session, behind clos­ ed doors, to discuss thc fees. County Attorney John Brock said the matter would have to be _rn n < i< le n *(l in open session._____ "D o you want the public, the press, to know what we're going lo charge the public?" Barbee ask­ ed. "There’s some things better left unsaid for a while." Commissioners asked Barbee lo give his recommendations to John Barber, acting county manager, for Barber to study and make a recom­ mendation to the board. When Barbee started to hand his papers to Barber. Jim Stockert. county finance director, said: "You better give it to them after the meeting." “ We have an arrangement with First Union National Bank in Hillsdale where a customer can go and make thc bill payments," he said. “ One thing is that they will on]y be able to accept the total net amount of thc bill. They will not bc able to accept partial payments." Checks or cash will be accepted at the bank, he said. The three Duke Power employees at the Advance office will hc transferred to the Winston- Salem office. Lanning said the 5,000 Advance customers will be receiving a let­ ter in the mail this weck explain­ ing the reasons for closing the office. "They can still reach us at the local number of998-4622 or they can call thc Winston-Salem number.” hc said. “ We know there will bc a meter reader out there everday. an engineering employee out there everyday, and a line tcchnician out there everyday,” said Lanning. "We will still bc visible. We're not abandoning that area." Buying Scrap Gold Gold & Silver Coins Rolex Watches Paying Cash DON'S FINE JEWELERY Clemmons 919-766-8505 ENTERPRISE Bookkeeping Service h<!SdBW P rolw eon *l P vk Rt 4. P.O. B o i V-200. Advance. 77006 Tama M O Mart. oamar M fr4703 (n m ) H M t i 1 | o l) PAT’S INTERIORS \ 766-9166 •Vertical Micro Or Mini Blinds •Hardwood Floors And parquet •Non-SkId Rug Pads •Carpet *Vinyl •Waverly Wallcoverings •Coordinated Lambrequins And Draperies Cephis Drive, Clemmons Behind Dockside Restaurant f r a HOP TO IT AND SAVE AT EASTER!! See 0ur Wide Selection 0 f Dresses: L'\ •Leslie Fay petites •Carol Anderson •Focus •etoile CLEARANCE SALE On All Children’s Clothing KaT Designs Bermuda Quay Shopping Center. Advance Mon -Wed. I0-6; Fri., 10-7; Sat. 10-5 766-2727 B -M O’Brien Renfr<w and his grw l^randlalher, Benjamin DM tri Brown ol Tallahassee, fte*Mbbratal Daniel’s 1st bir- " 19W.OUwr relatives aiso took faetivMiw. Dwakl’e O F * W W w M i i'tif MecksvUk; :.iV;'.;>;v...': / ' ,; ;.. iW v^>^y^-i''-'ti:- 'Jtt%^ :> • :'». J ^W*; > :. *r-'X6% Now Registering For 1990-91 Immanuel Christian School 1505 Lewisville-Clemmons Road Clemmons, NC 766-4226 Grades K-8 25% discount In registration fees paid before April 30th been a part of Bermuda Run, he said. When the controversy arose, Harris said hc met with County Zoning Officer Jesse Boyce, also a Bermuda Run resident, and County Attorney Jolin Brock. Ten days later. Brock wrote a letter say­ ing a real estate office is not ap­ propriate in Bermuda Run. Harris said. Harris said the issue was too trivial fora fight. He just wanted to be sure how property in Ber­ muda Run could be used. Adjustment board mcmbcrJack Jerome made the motion to ap­ prove Harris's request, adding the stipulation that the county zoning officer routinely check the offices to see ifthey comply with Davie's zoning ordinance. It passed unanimously, with board members Terry Dcdmon, Ed Welch Jr., Vernon Dull and Joc Harpc voting. Other Business The adjustment board also ap­ proved two other requests Monday night. • John V. Coe was granted a special use permit for a backyard workshop at the end of Rivcrdale Road (Richard Bcck Road). He said hc plans to restore antique cars in thc shop. • Jim Hclmstctler was granted a conditional use permit to put a mobile home off Wcstvicw Street in Coolccmee for his residcncc. EJ Reseuc Y .$ # : r- ,^ i Money In Pictures Tina Sain, treasurer with the Davie County Rescue Squad Auxiliary, recently presented a $15,000 check to Chief Tom Cook and the squad. The money was raised during a photography promotion, and will be spent to help pay for a new ambulance. •For Professionalism—Ex & Continued Progress Register & Vote William R. “Bill” WOOTEN Sheriff Of Davie County rlenco • ln The May 8th Democratic Primary * General EtecMon P«ld PolHlc>l Ad Bv WHIfrm B. "KW" Woetew ' What do Chicago and Mock$vMle have in common? A 6-year-old brat and his stuffed tiger. Calvin & Hobbes is America’s hottest comic. In Chicago. In Sacramento. In San Diego. In Houston. Reader surveys in all four cities ranked Calvin as the favorite comic. To everyone else, Hobbes is justa stuffed toy tiger. To Calvin, Hobbes becomes a living,breathing com­ panion. Together, Calvin and Hobbes can drive any adult bonkers. Follow their hijinks every week. ChkagoTribune Favorite Comic 1. Calvin * Hobbes ZA ^ h e S a c ra m e n to B e e Readers Name ‘Best’ 1. Calvin & Hobbes Houston Chronlcte Favorite Comics 1. Calvin & Hobbes u1 "fr. r > ‘ - ; DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 5, lf*U flfr Orsban Opens Office John M. “ Mickey" Orsb;m, representative in Advance for New York Life Insurance Company, has opened a new office in tlie Salem :Ccnter at N.C. 801 and Yadkin Valley Road. He handles the financial services products of New York Life. Orsban joined New York Life in Winston-Salem in I9KX. He is a 1974 graduate of Florida State University and earned a master’s in business administration degree in 1981 from National University in San Diego. Calif. Orsban is a member/director of the Mocksville-Davie Chamber of Commerce, a member of the Mocksvillc Rotary and a member of the Smith Grove Riiritan. Orsban is a registered represen­ tative ofNYLIFE Securities. Inc., a regislered broker/dealer. Bar Endorses Bill ljames The Davie County Bar Associa­ tion has endorsed a local attorney running for a District Court seal. Thirteen of Davie’s attorneys signed a resolution endorsing the eandidacy of'William Grady ljames for a districl court judgeship. According to the Bar Associa­ tion’s resolution, ljames “ has distinguished himslcf through meritorious service to the local, district and state bars by his 18 years practice of law in Davie County.” Also, the resolution praises 3.4% Unemployed In Davie Davie County’s unemployment rate for the month of February was 3.4 percent. According to information from thc Employment Security Commis­ sion of North Carolina. Davie Ir r r m Sunny Weather Set For Weekend ll should be sunny this weekend, witli high temperatures in thc 50s. Lows on Saturday should be in the 40s. dipping to the 30s on Sunday. On Thursday and Friday, highs will be in the 60s and lows in the 40s wiilt mostly su n n y skies Thursday and a chance of rain on Friday. A total of 3.29 inches of rainfall was recorded in Davie County in March, compared to 5.88 inches in March of 1989. according to Mocksville weather watchers C.F. and Katherine Meroney. ljames for his service in thc military in Vietnam, to the Church of Christ, for civic activities and to his family. “ He has performed lhc duties of district court judge with honesty, integrity, sincerety, dignity and true concern about the matters and people before him,” according to the resolution. Ijames is the only Davie residents seeking one of the six judgeships being elected in the 22nd Judicial District. FOR SALE COUNTRY HOME acre lot. Built in lE RD - V h N T B *cT' bath home on ONO6R,y, 300 See today! HOLY CROSS LUTHERANCHURCH RD. 3 bedroom, 2 bath veneer house. Off 601 Soth s54,500. Larew-Wood-Johnson 634-6281 0r 634-2826 County has 14.590 people in the labor force out ofwhich 5(K) were unemployed. All five surrounding counties had unemployment rates higher than Davie County. Boger Real Estate 99 8 -8 3 3 4 40 and 30 Acre tracts off People’s Creek on Burton Rd. 32 Acre house farm on Howell Rd., 1800 sq. ft. brick rancher, 10 stall barn. *170,000 will divide^___________________ Pudding Ridge Farm - Large old house, 25 acres, blanance can be divided to suit buyer Large lots, Springdale Development, *10,000 and up. Two tracts of 10.5 acres each Cana Road. 31 Acres, off Pudding Rldge Road, *3 ,2 0 0 per acre. 1640 sq. ft. 3 br brick ranch, Yadkin Valley Road *5 7 ,5 0 0 , Q llbert BogerM axin e B o fe r jj^0^m^j^^^0i lfggtll I V I I v P o l l Hillsf1alp P rofessional Park ^_^ (q iq> qqR R8 ’ >- lus. Sou,h Of ! 40 A, ,he j y ,q,q,qqRB,n.. ao i 158 lnterse_chon i ^ Z Z . ______ Betty Potts Gray Potts feeth PKiTf>r (70ii HOMES FORK CHURCH ROAD - Nicc mobile homc on .78 acre lot. Built-In StereO syMeir) Range and rolrigernlor stay Priced to sell at »16,900. CHESTNUT TRAILS — NEW LISTING - Roomy brick and siding tri-level OO 2.7 acres in quiot subdivision. Features 3 BR, 2Vz BA, LR, Den with tireptace. Outbuilding has woodslovo, power and water. >89,900. 601 NORTH - Very reasonable price on this remodeled home situated on 3.31 acres. Features 3 BR, new roof, oil heal, and wood slove. You can’t beat a groat location at the right price. »56,500. HIGHWAY 64 EAST - Ranch style home on 1.4 acres features 4 BR, 1'/z BA, largo screened porch Convenient location. Three bay garage/shop for the weekend mechanic or small businessman. Priced to sell at only *75,966 CHERRY HILL ROAD - Historic 100 + year old homo on 10 acres. Home leatures larg rooms, lovely staircase, and period charm. 4 BR, 2 baths. Owners a re in rpocess ol remodeling. When work is done this lovely home will be pric­ ed at »97,500, until then, make an olfer. UNDERPASS ROAD - Boautilul, custom built, 3 BR, 2Vz BA, brick ranch. Open kitchen features wormy chestnut cabinets. Ollice space oll garage. Full base­ ment If quality is important to you. you will love this homo.*162,000. LOTS S ACREAQE FARMINGTON - Approx. 52 aces, wooded and open. Only *2,500 per M r*. HICKORY HILL - Opon. level, fronts of Hwy. 64, *8,500 HOWARDTOWN RD. -14.75 acres, will divide, open and wooded, great buiMing sites »3,900 per acre. ^ ^ WOOD VALLEY - Mobile Home Lot. county water and septic tank *11,0M. DAVIE COUNTY, CORNATZER ROAD - 4 acres in quiet neighborhood, wooded suitable for mobile home »15,000. PEOPLES CREEK RD. - 2.39 aces, county water, septic tank, sultatie for doublewide mobile home. *18,000. MEADOWBROOK - C LE M ^ S . . a V s re s .fo iK frteke. 2 large Ma al unbelievable price - Only <2y i > l ' i1 i l * l l> l|lfl> " W d sewer already paM.' BRIER CREEK RD. - 15acres, restricted, lots ol marture hardwoods, Zwater meters already installed, can divide. *45,000. X S i . 6.™” ” - T M T * m r a a r couw " “ "■ ' COMMERCIAL PROPERTY • Hwy. 64 East, Ford - 1.13acres, 150' frontage, Block building. Great investment. *45,000. FORK CHURCH ROAD - 8.02 acres feature 30x40 bulkJing and other out­ buildings, 12x60 mobile home. Great location! «62,960. SMITH GROVE - 30 acres rolling patureland, pond, barns, borders M0, owner will consider dividing, reduced to *97,000 couNT*vsme LARGE (1.4 to 10.3 Acres) - restricted lots in quiet, country development on Underpass Fload, just off 801 South and convenient to l4 0 . Horses permitted large UNDER CONSTRUCTION Davie County's nicest d full baths, basement. la r^ j0 L _ C aN jQ M n 2 ^ jflttiU i I J f e s t y / e HOMES & REALTY. INC. 04, 6 3 4 - 0 3 2 1 8 1 8 S o u t h M a i n S trc *i M o c k s v 1 11 v \ ( M< I I t< !,l y 1 ' < I I , s<tt 1 0 1 ^ U " .’ 1 on larger tracts. Stream across some. Iegan in Davie County's nicest development. Two story, brick, four bedrooms, tour COUNTRYSIDE - Elegant TradWonal styto home $17,900 CROSS STREET/COOLEEMEE - Great buy on this 2 bedrom home. Perfect for the young couple starting out or lor the investor. Just recently reduced to $17,900. Call today to see. $18,000 IS THERE A HANDYMAN IN THE HOUSE - Enjoy seeing your ideas come to realization. This 2 bedroom, 1 bath home has potential. Call for showing. $19,900 ERWIN STREET, COOLEEMEE - 2 bedroom home at the end of quiet street. In need of some repairs. Owner says, MAKE ME AN OFFER. Great potential for rental property or starter home. $21,500 OFF JACK BOOE ROAD - This 2 bedroom 2 bath mobile home is situated on 2.55 acres. Owner has installed 2nd Septic System & driveway to house another mobile home, lease additional space for rental income. $23,000 CASA BELLA DRIVE, ADVANCE - 1983 Mobile Home & Lot. 3 bedrooms, 1'/z baths and Central Air. Great starter home or rental investment. $26,900 BINGHAM STREET - Nice starter or investment home. 2 or 3 .« u | bedrooms, living room kitchen and bath. Large backyard fenc- ** ed in rear. Just painted outside. A SUPER BUYI $30,000 WATT STREET - Partially renovated 2 bedrooms, 1 bath home in desirable neighborhood. If owner completes repairs price will change. Make your offer today! $34,900 OFF DANIEL RD. - 3 BR's. 2 bath moo. Iur home on large heavily wooded lot. ExtM li:iO * ;y > fr ]:> i;fc T * ^ o v e r e d back porch offers room fo ro u tao o ren ^ ym e n t^ ^ $38,500 DAVIE STREET — COC -EEMEE - Forget the headache of remodeling. The owner has taken care of everything for you. This home is truly a dollhouse. Complete with aluminum siding, new roof, new kitchencabinets, wallpaper and floor coverings. Decorated with superb taste, ready lor you to rriove"right in and feel at home. $39,900 YADKIN STREET COOLEEMEE - Super nice 2 bedroom home in move-in condition. Aluminum siding, new furnace, spacious rooms, Exceptionally clean. Perlect for young family or retired couple. SALISBURY STREET - Adorable 2 bedroom home convenient­ ly located in town near schools, churches, shopping. Ready for you to move in. no repairs necessary. Great starter home. $39,900 MAIN STREET COOLEEMEE - Lovely older home with loads of nice features ■ | | J U l J - M t H U ,- f M ^ ood ,loors’ recently remodeled b a * " # M # W m tg 4 W m W e W bath, attic bedroom (perfect for your teenager), exueptionaly clean and well cared for. $47,000 ROLLING HILLS LANE - Nice 3 bedroom brick rancher located on large corner lot Full basement for great slorage area or future expansion Nice country kitchen. Great price lor the first time buyers. $48,500 601 SOUTH - Brick rancher, less than 5 years old. Cathedral ceiling in living soom gives a feeling of spaciousness. Fenced rear yard. Move-in condition. Great buy for !he first home-buyer! $49,900 601 S O U T H ^ ^ ^ ^ t o ^ f l M t i t t y y y s e on 5 acres with beautilul v ie \^ ^ ^ ^ K r T | T e 7 ^ ^ ^ ^ » t s of remodeling has recently b e e f l H H f e M M p i M l H I H w central air system. Features 2 large bedrooms, living room and big country kitchen. $49,500 Extremely nice 1'/? story home at the end of Easl Maple Avenue. Large yard, fenced in with nice hardwoods. Beautiful hardwood floors, nice den with fireplace, dining room with french doors. Definalely on of the best buys around! $52,500 NEEDMORE ROAD - Beautilul 3 bedroom, 2 full bath Mobile Home with approx. 1,662 SF. Great Room with fireplace and large master bedroom all situated on 4.08 acres. $53,900 DAVIE ACADEMY ROAD - Just the price range everyone's been t * & 9 looking for and thought couldn’t be found. 3 bedroom brick ran- jfiT *^ cher on large beautilul lot, just around the corner from the Jockey International Plant. Features rear palio wilh built-in Bar-B-Que. $57,900 DAVIE ACADEMY ROAD - SUPER NICE 3 bedroom brick ran­ cher in well established neighborhood. Home features new roof, furnace replaced approximately 5 years ago, new hot water HOMES $39,900 Feature Of The Week BINGHAM STREET - II you've been looking for lhat great inves!men! property, look no further. This 2/3 bedroom home is ready today. Recently painted exterior, oil furnace, chain link fence around rear yard, storm windows and doors. An unbeatable price of *26,900. *60,900 *61,500 64,500 554.900 * * 565.900 *60,000 * l * *69,900 S72,500 $79,900 579.900 $86,900 heater, appliances temain including washer, dryer, range and refrigerator. Double detatched garage with additional slorage in rear. Home is in immaculate condition. One of the BEST BUYS on today's market G W YN STR EET - Super nice 3 bedroom brick ranch. Large kit­ chen/dining area, all new carpet, vinyl and fresh paint. Energy effecient with heatpump, central air and thermopane windows. BEST BUY IN TOW N! OFF PRISON CAMP ROAD - Nice 3 bedroom brick rancher, less than 5 years old! Located on 1 acre lot. Hom e features, large living room with fireplace, kitchen with eating bar, 2 full baths. Great buy! EAST MAPLE AVENUE - Charming 1 'Zz story home on one of Mocksville’s most beautiful streets. Nice living room with fireplace, gorgeous upstairs bedroom with hardwood floors. Ex­ terior has vinyl siding for low maintenence. BEAR CREEK ROAD - Adorable home situated on 5 acres of land Super nice double wide with permenantly attatched garage. 3 bedrooms. 2 lull baths, large living room, range, refrigerator, washer and dryer included. TO T STREET - More than you can imagine for this price! 3 bedrooms, 2'/i baths, lull basement, centraljw , central vacuum system, large living room and den with firepTace, carport and drive-in garage. Owner in the process of painting exterior trim. GREY STREET - HO SPITAL AREA - IDEAL LO CA TIO N - on this 4 bedroom, l '/2 bath Brick Rancher situated on corner lot. Spacious Den/Dming areas. 2 car carport. Call for details!! HO SPITAL AREA - Neat Brick rancher in move-in condition. Tastefully decorated throughtout with all new carpet and vinyl, wallpaper, and fresh paint. Inviting den with fireplace, 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, garage, fenced rear yard. And there’s and added bonus HW Y. 64 EAST - Brick rancher on 1 acre ± wilh 2 bedrooms, living room with fireplace, den kitchen, partial basement, car­ port and large deck. NEW C O NSTRUCTIO N — TW IN BR O O K SU BD IVISIO N - Beautiful ranch style home complete with all the amenities that you’ve been looking for. 3/4 bedrooms, formal dining, double garage, energy effecient construction. GROVE STREET - Charming Stone/Cedar Contemporary situated on a beautiful 1.02 acres landscaped lot in a desireable neighborhood. Custom built with atrium Centra Vac, Jenn Air Range, 3 bedrooms, 2'/z baths. 2,398 square foot. A GREAT BUY! W ILLBOO NE RD. - This brick rancher situated on 2.92 acres features large kitchen, dining area & den combo for those fami­ ly get togethers. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. 2 car garage, full base­ ment, Heat Pump & water stove. Pretty County Setting! $92,500 $98,500 S89,500 ,x>c*0 OFF BETHEL CHURCH ROAD - SELLER WILL BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME! - Choose from eleven '/z - % acre lots in new Carolina Homeplace subdivsion. Call office for price list. S1,S80 Approximately 30-35 acres boardering on Elijah Creek with per acre Road Frontage on Bethel Ch. Rd. partly cleared, some woods, flat to gently rolling. Will divide into 3 tracts. *t,M 0 IREDELL COUNTV • 37 acres just across Davie line. Slightly Par Acre rolling, 50% cleared,'stream , 1165 tt. road frontage. Beautilul building site. LOT/LAND ‘3,500 per acre NEWt GREAT ACREAGE FOR BUILDING - Approx. 12-14, part wooded, part cleared, gently sloping acres close to town & 1-40. «5,500 Ea EDGEWOOD CIRCLE SUBDIVISION - 2 lots - approximately 162.5x125, in quiet well established neighborhood. Corner lot may face either street l9i400 OFF COUNTRY LANE - 1.75 acres, wood, proposed road, off Countrv Lane <60 ft. wide) to lot. $95,000 $99,900 * * * $102,500 $106,500 $119,900 $128,900 *139,900 *153,500 *160,000 & * EDGEW O OD CIRCLE - Start your summer wl!h a SPLASH! TM » ■ beautiful tri-level is complete with a goreous concrete pod, perfect for those lazy summer afternoons. Plenty of room tor your family to grow and for entertaining. There's a huge multi-purpose room with built-in bar. A GREAT HOUSE! OFF BETHEL CHURCH ROAD, LINDA LANE - Lovely new home in Carolina Homeplace Subdivision. Unique Floor plan, 3 bedrooms, 2'Zz baths overlooking a beautiful view of countryside. Underground utilities. A Must See! EDGEWOOD CIRCLE - This beautiful h o m e # ffers all the • amenities you want. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central air, large den w/fireplace, screened-in porch, swimming pool landscaped and fenced. A two car carport plus garage workshop. Move-in condition. NORTH MAIN STREET - Lovely older home in one of Mocksville’s most desirable locations. Huge lot with beautiful hardwoods and blooming annuals. Hom e boasts nearly 3000 square feet including 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Complete with vinyl exterior lor low maintenence. JOE ROAD - If you’re looking for privacy and a breathtaking set­ ting, look no further. This rustic contemporary situated on 5.44 acres is patiently awaiting a new owner. 1700 + square feel In­ cluding a loft area perfect for office or|ust a qulet place to relax and enjoy the view of the surrounding countryside. HWY. 64 EAST - Immaculate & Roomy! This 5 bedroom 2'/z bath brick home offers modern living in a quality built older home. Features include hardwood floors, two fireplaces and a wrap­ around front porch. Shady lot in location conveninet to town. Call today to see this excellent property. OFF BETHEL CHURCH ROAD, LINDA LANE - CAROLINA HOMEPLACE - Country Living at It’s Finest. Quality Materials, ‘ design and craftsmanship. New 3 bedrooms, 2 baths tastefully decorated with all the amenties you will ever need. Call Today! JERICHO ROAD - A unique design and eye appealing 2 story rustic contemporary home located on 2.48 acres in a country set­ ting only minutes from town. Features 4 bedrooms, 2</s baths, Great Room w/stone fireplace, dining room, eat-in-kitchen with bay window, full basement with fireplace insert, 2 car garage, concrete drive and walk way, large deck oll back with concrete patio beneath. C OUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST! CALL US FOR DETAILS. 601 NORTH YADKINVILLE ROAD - Spacious 2 story brick home with 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths. Ig. rec. rm, living room with fireplace, den, dining room & large laundry room. A 30 x 30 detached 2 car garage plus a 2 car carport. Large cem ent patio all situated in city limits on 9/10acres. Excellent location for possi­ ble Commercial Use! B EAU TIFU L NEW HOM E IN GARDEN VALLEY ESTA TES - Rustic rancher with fir siding and accents of rock give this ex­ terior a unique look. Corner lot perfectly suited for this full base­ ment home with great room, large master bedroom suite, eat-in kitchen, plus formal dining. SOUTHW OOD ACRES - Gorgeous Tri-level home in one of Davie County's nicest neighborhoods. Home offers all the amenities you've been searching for. 4 bedrooms, 2'/a baths, large cozy den with fireplace, formal living room and dining room, breathtak­ ing foyer. Home i in immaculate condition inside and out. A real Showplace. Shown by appointment. SO U TH W O O D ACRES - Stately new 2 story brick home on a 1.01 acre lol in one ol M ocksville's most desireable neighborhoods. 4 bedrooms, 2V; baths, formal dining. Loads of room for the large family with approx. 2200 S.F.. ..................GARDEN V A L L E Y ..................... GARDEN VALLEY ESTATES — SECTION IV - Amenities of this now subdivision help properly value !o continually increase. All beaut 1l1illy wood<;d nomesites offering 32 It wido curbed streets, city wait>r & sewei. sm;et lights, underground utilities, and restric­ tive covenants SEE NEW PRICE LIST. his 2.8 acres would 1t1nlly wooded with $13,000 FARWLANI, be great I a stream V $30,000 NEEDM ORE RD. ROW AN COUNTY. - 3.-t5 acres with a 10 stall 40x80 barn Ju‘,t minutes fmm Mocksville and Salisbury. Zoned lei Mobile Home -1.05 additional acres available $34,000 5-61 acres located at Country Lane and Campbell Road. This could be good investment property. No mobile homes. ' S ( / 1 t 11 ^' ) > ll ^ i h / ' /1</( Edie G Potts Jtiwell Stokes 492-5718 634-5613 634-3397 Frances Tutterow 634-5074 Kathl C. Wall 634-1311 Peggy Watson 634 3695 DAVIE COUNTY ENTF.RPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, ApHI S, I999—7 P , PUBLIC NOTICE Davie Team 2nd In 4-H Horse Bowl RALEIGH A Davic County teum plaml sevoml recently in the S(ate 4-H Horse Bowl Contest's junior division. The Horse Bowl is a 40-question quiz session that tests the con­ testants' knowledge of horses. More than 180 4-Hers l"rom ;tcr<xs.s the state competed. Members of the Davie team are Callie Stanley. Kim Anderson. Chris Anderson, Lea Ireland and Sondra Cope. Eddie Hubbard coached the team. The junior division is for those ages 9 to 13. The contest, held March 10 at Mcrcdith Collcgc in Raleigh, was sponsored by Nationwide In­ surance Company. The state Agricultural Extension Service conducted the event. \'~ --' I r . , < ^ a d g ' r i fe M iM * g t Davie 4-H horse bowl team members, from left: Callie Stanley, Kim Anderson, Chris Ander­ son, Lea Ireland, Sondra Cope and Eddie Hubbard (coach). Tax Laws For Ag Employees Change U ntil 1990. agricultural employers were required to withhold only social security tax (Federal Insurance Contribution Act or FICA) from agricultural workers’ checks. With the new year and passage of the 1989 Revenue Reconciliation Act by Congress, the wages of agricultural workers may also be subject to federal income tax withholding. Under the new law, farmers who are currently required to withhold social security taxes will also be re­ quired to withhold federal income tax on wages for any agricultural worker who earns $150 or more each year. Even if the worker earns less than $150 per year. withholding is required if the employer pays a total ofS2.500 or more in wages to all employees during the year. “ It is important that our farmers read and understand this new federal tax requirement." says Dr. William D. Eickhoff. extension economist at North Carolina State University. “ Not knowing or not withholding federal income tax and social security taxes from agricultural workers" wages can cause employers costly trouble with the Internal Revenue Ser­ vice." This applies only to federal in­ come tax. Withholding is not re­ quired under North Carolina in­ come tax law. State law exempts farmers from withholding state in­ come taxes on agricultural wages. To determine how much to withhold, when to make deposits and where to make deposits, farmers should request the follow­ ing publications or forms: 1. Circular E. "Employers’ Tax Guide." This publication contains withholding tables. 2. Circular A, "Agricultural Employer Tax Guide." 3. W -4 forms for each employee. A completcd W-4 must be maintained in the employer’s file. 4. Form SS-4. This form is us­ ed to obtain an Employer Iden­ tification Number which must be used on all forms and correspondence. 5. Form 8I09-B, federal tax deposit coupon. These cooupons are received when an identification number is issued. 6. Publication 225, “ The Farmer’s Tax Guide.” 7. Form 943. “ Employer’s An­ nual Tax Return for Agricultural Employees." These publications can bc obtain­ ed from lcoal Internal Revenue Service offices. The North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service will receive a shipment ofCircular E’s and WM forms. These will be distributed to county extension offices as soon as they are received. Committee Nominations Sought The Farmers Home Administra­ tion (FmHA) is accepting nomina­ tions for county committee elec­ tions for Davie County. Eligible voters may nominate candidates by petition. Copies of the petition and instructions on its completion can be obtained from the local FmHA Office. Persons nominated should have an interest in a farm as an owner, tenant, or sharecropper within the county or area in which activities ofthe county or area committee arc carried out. They must be citizens of the United States or aliens lawfully admitted to the United States for permanent residence, and be well qualified for committee work. Spouses of those persons who meet the eligibility criteria arc also eligible for nomination for election to the county committee. Nominations must be received in the Davie County FmHA Office at 300 S. Main St.. Mocksville. no later than Mav 19. April 13 Deadline To Sign Up For Farm Programs Interested farmers have only a few days left to sign up for the 1990 acreage reduction programs and bccQruc_cligihlc for program I benefits on their wheat and feed grain. ] The sign-up period ends April 13. To be eligible for price support loans and deficiency payments, farm program participants will he required to reduce their acreage bases in 1990 by 10 percent for corn, sorghum and barley, and 5 percent for wheat and oats. At signup, farmers may request 40 percent oftheir wheat and feed Caring For Elderly Common Practice Some seven million American families have members who help provide personal care for an older, chronically ill or disabled family member or friend. These caregivers are primarily women, and more than half of these women are also holding down a job outside the home. Many of them are also mothers, says Dr. Leo Hawkins, extension human development specialist at North Carolina State University. “These caregivers are imder a tremendous amount of stress," Hawkins says. “ The AARP -(American Association of Retired Fenoos) has offered some useful MUfHtions for people in this situa­ tion." • Cteorganized so that you can -.,p*e *e hcsi use of your time. grain projected deficiency payments. The advance payments will be in cash, and will be limited to the farmer's intended program required by the Budget and acreage. Payments made to farmers Emergency Deficit Control Act of will he reduced by 1.4 percent, as 1985. BELL & HOWARD GEO... NO DOWN PAYMENTS' lOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS tv*e * t • i ** Hi tiew i*rtr ct*a 'Mir*i ewe*«<« MlM M ono Now *7770 ltiutyou can’t do it all. MdMUtfreUUves. L l S S ! 90 GE0 PRIZMI« « M *m KNM lW W$IF ii.» » wow *8770 'M P0NTIAC SUNBIRD ■UP 11.470 N0W *7770 <<SBtx f i* * n' P * s e 0 , Ar; o o % ' *o$t| 9 *^ tta a n '89 CAVAllER 4 DR. *41 10 '89 CEUBRirr 4 DR.ui’O i« w. * \ »i we w itwK^(iun u» iu)wi<in *iif $ J | 68 *u .o ;; «ow ’ 9770 A NEW SPRING STORM IS HEREI £ *189; 3 y e a r, 50,000 m lle w o rron ty B um por to Bum por COME BY AND TEST DRIVE THE CAR THAT IS TURNING AMERICA'S HEAOl GET TO KNOW GEO . . . I(lll A ll<MVXItl> <.I O 873 9095 ; S00 6 11 60J6 NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE Suporior Court Division Boloro the Clerk 90-SP-11 Cloln Nichols Bivens (divorced), and Larry Thomas Nichols, Jr. and wile, Betty Z. Nichols. Petitioners VS. Thomas Dean Nichols, and wife, Linda B. Nichols, Rilla Nichols Lagle and husband, Thomas Jackson Lagle, Evelyn Nichols McDaniel (widow), Inez Nichols Boger and husband, Sherman Odell Boger, Respondents NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of an order ol sale as signed on the 9th day ol March, 1990, by the Honorable Clerk of Superior Court of Davie County, North Carolina, upon verified petition of the petitioners, appoin­ ting E. Edward Vogler, Jr. as Commis­ sioner for ihe purpose of selling the real proporly described below. The undersigned Commissioner will of­ fer for sale at public auction the hereinafter described tract of land, on the 27lh day of April, 1990 at 12:00 noon, at ihe door of ihe Davie County Courthouse, Mocksville, North Carolina; that the sale will be subject to upset bid and confirma­ tion as provided by law; that said tract of land is particularly described as follows: A tract located in Jerusalem Township, Davie County, N.C. and being a part ot the R.W. Kurtees lands: BEGINNING at a point, the Erwin Cotton Mills Company corner, on bank ol South Yadkin River; thence North 5 degs. East 1980 feet to a stake; thence East 209 feet to a stake; thence North 3 degs. East 330 feet to a stake; thence West 400 feet to a stake; thence North 3 degs. East 420 feet to a stake on the Cooleemee Junction Road; thence with said road 590 feet to a stake; thence South 5 degs. West 420 feet to a stake; thence West with line of lots numbers: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16,975 feet to an iron stake, Sum­ mer's line, 1750 feet lo a stake on lhe Bank of South Yadkin River; thence down and wilh said river to Ihe beginning, con­ taining Eighty-four (84) acres more or less. Said sale is subject to unpaid Davie County ad valorem taxes. The successful bidder ol bidders will be required to deposit ten (10% ) percent of the amount ol the bid the date of the sale; the sale shall remain open foi upset bids for a period of ten (10) days from the date of the tiling of the Report of Sale; and, the sale is subject to confirmation by the Clerk ol Superior Court of Davie County. This 14th day of March. 1990. By: E. Edward Vogler, Jr., Commissioner Hall & Vogler, Attorneys at Law P.O. Drawer 970, Mocksville, N.C. 27028 Telephone: 704/634-6235 4-5-4tnp NORTH CAROLINA YADKIN COUNTY EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Having qualified as Executor of the eslate of Gladys Thomas Hauser, deceas­ ed, late of Yadkin County, Nor1h Carolina, this is to notify all persons having claims against said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 15th day of September, 1990, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All per­ sons indebted to said estate will please m ake im m ediate paym ent to the undersigned. This the 15th day of March, 1990. Norman (Bud) Hauser, Route 3, Box 150. Mocksville. N.C. 27028. Executor of the estate of Gladys Thomas Hauser, deceased. Wade H. Leonard, Jr. Attorney at Law 34 Town Square Mocksville, N.C. 27028 3-15-4tnp PUBLIC SALE A rthe regui.tr7neeting^of- the-Davie— Counly Board of Educalion on Monday, April 2, 1990, said Board arthorized the sale of Ihe following vehicle: 1980 Mercury Zephyr Aulomalic Transmission Air Condition AM Radio Bids will bo accepted from April 5, 1990. through April 23,1990. (School will be closed April 13-20 for Spring Break.) Anyone wishing to bid on this vehicle should bring a sealed bid to the Davie County Schools Administrative Offices botween the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p m. The bids will be opened at 9:00 a.m. on April 24, 1990. The vehicle may be seen at the Davie County School Bus Garage on Highway 601 South between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. The Davie Counly Board of Education reserves Ihe right lo reject any and all bids. 4-5-1tnp NORTH CAROLINA YADKIN COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE District Court Division 90-CVD- Archic Glen Siddon, PI,iintiM VS F lo i< i Biy:;on Sidilen. D<'ii'nt",,int NOTICE TO: Flora Biyson Sidden. the above-namod Defendant NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that a pleading seeking ielicl against you hnti boen tiled in the above entitled action Tho n iture ol the reliel being sought is absolute divoice from the defendant. You are required to make delense to such pleading not later than May 7, l990, said dale being 40 days lrom the first publication ol this notice: upon your failure lo do so tho party seeking sorvico against you will apply to theCouit for tho ’ relief sought. This the 20th day of March, 1990. Valor!e Johnson Zachary Attorney For Plaintiff P.O. Box 608 Yadklnville, N.C 27055 (919) 679-8823 ' Y 3-29-3lnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE 90-SP-15 Under and by virtue of the powerolaate contained In a certain deed of trurt by Davld F. Dwigglns and wife, Barbare'S." Dwiggins to Stahle Linn, trustee(s), deted the 20th day of March 1984, and record- ed in Book 126. Page 394, in the Davle County Registry, North Carolina, defauN having been made in the payment of the note thereby secured by the sald deed of trust, and the undersigned, J. William Anderson, having been substituted as. Trustee In said deed of trust by an Instru­ ment duly recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds of Davie Counly, North Carolina, and the holder of Ihe note evidencing sald indebtedness having directed that the deed of trust be foreckW- ed, the undersigned Substitute Truttee will offer for sale at the Courthouse Door In the City of Mocksville, Davle County, North Carolina, at twelve (12:00) o’ctock noon, on Thursday Ihe 12th day ol April,, 1990, and will sell to the hWwat for cash the foltowlng real estate, in Davie County, North CaroUna, and b*- ing more partteulariy described asMowa: BEING Lot No. 5, Block VI, of the fl.C. Foster Subdivision, shown on a pM ot same duly recorded In Ptat Book No. 3, Page 77, Davle County Registry, reference to which Is hereby made tor a more comptote descriptton, and atoo bfr ing shown Davle County Ta* 1-4-14-B13. Said slngto family dwelling located at: 337 Tot Street, MockevMe. N.C. 27028. This sale Is made subject to aN taxee ■ and prkx liens or encumbrancee of record ,'.> against the H id property, and any record-. ed releasee. • Acashdepositoftenpercent(10%)of, the purchase price will be reqt*ed at the' • time of the sato. This Ihe 22nd day of March, 1SM. J. William Anderson, Substitute Truatee . J. William Anderson, Anomey'1« 210 E. Russell Street, Suite 10« • $ • Fayettevilto. N.C. 2 M 0 1 * . (919) 4*34300 44-2tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTtoE Having qualified as Administrairt* ol the estate of Fred Cotenwn Bemey, - deceased, late of Davie County, North-; Carolina,thisistonotlfyaMperaonehev- ing claims against said estate to preeant them to the undersigned on or baton the 5th day of October, 1990, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate wW please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 5th day of April, 1990. Faye D. Barney, Route 4, Bo* 23, Mocksville, N.C. 27028, Administratrix ofl i lhe eslate of Fred Cotoman Bamey,* ' deceased. 4-Mtnp._ NORTH CAROLINA '* ’ ■ DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX The undersigned, having qualified a»; Executrix of the Esjateof Catob H. NoMey/, Sr., deceased, latCTfft)avie County,4hls is to notify all persons, firms, and corpora­ tions having claims against the seid Estate to present them, duly certified, to the undersigned on or before the 15th day of September, 1990, or this Notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All per­ sons indebted to the said Estate wHf please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 15th day of March, 1990. Sarah C. Nolley. Route 7, Bo* 430-A, Mocksville, N.C. 27028, Executrix of the Estate of Caleb H. Nolley, Sr., deceased.' Thomas W. Warlick Attorney at Law Newton, N.C. 2WSe &154tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION In the District Court 90-CVD-102 Ouintenna White Cody, VS. Edward Lee Cody, Plaintiff Defendant TO: Edward Lee Cody ^ ^ TAKE NOTICE that a verified pleading seeking relief against you has been filed in the above-entitled action. The nature ol the relief being sought is as follows: an absolute divorce based on one year's separation and child custody. You are required to make defense to such pleading not later than May 1.1990, said date being 40 days from the first publication of this notice, or from the date complaint is required to be filed, whichever is later; and upon your failure to do so, the party seeking service against you will apply to the court for the relief sought. This lhe 22nd day of March, 1990. " • Hall and V ogler-1 Atlorneys at Law! - By: Tammy A. Fleming _ . Attorney for Plaintiffl * P.O. Drawer 970" ! Mocksville. N.C. 27028' • Telephono: 704/634-6235' ‘ 3-22-4tnp ; NORTH CAROLINA i • QAVIR COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE Having qualified as Administrator of the estate ol Ola Mao Martin Barney, deceas­ ed, late ol Davie Counly, North Carolina, thiS is fo iiotily all persons having claims againsi said osiale io prosenl them lo the" undersigned on or beiore-lhe 15lh day of Soplombnr, 1990. or this notice will be'1 pleaded in bar ol their recovery. All per­ sons iiiriebted lo said estate will please; m ake im m ediate paym ent to the-, undersigned. This tho 15th day ol March, t990. Roy S. Barney, Route 4, Box 698,. Mocksville, N.C. 27028, Administratorof the eslate of Ola Mae Martin Barney,’ deceased. 3-15-4tnp:j Yard Sales Animals April 7, Saturday 8 until. Hwy. 64 W M t ol Mocksville, first house on leh past Center Fire Dept. Rain or shlna. Carport Sale: Friday, April 6, 9-4; Saturday, 9-2. Go 801 lo Kounlry Korner, lurn on Yadkin Valley Rd. Go about '/4 mile on right. Boys dress clothes (12). Variety ol things. Friday 4 Saturday, 8-2. 1 Vi miles up Needmore Road. Clothes size small- XXL. Odds and ends. Also 1983 Celebrity Chevrolet. Huflh Yard Sale: Friday and Saturday, 8 until. Lowest prices around. Turn in lront of Jericho Church onto Davie Academy Rd. 4th house on right. Multi-Family Yard Sale Saturday, April 7 8 Until ? Tri-County Consignment Store, 601 South below Greasy Corner. Come set up. Fee part share o( ad. 704-284-4604._____________________ totuntay> 8-12,371 Rollinghills Lane: Princess House, rcll type desk, miscellaneous. U w d Waehers & Dryers, alao elec­ tric atovM. Good condition. Ask lor Willie 492-5357. W HATS SO DIFFERENT ABOUT THE HAPPY JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR? IT WORKS!!' NOW AVAILABLE FOR CATS! JUNKER & SON/DAVIE FARM SERVICE 6 STEELE FEED & SEED. B 2 artment For Rent A n i m a I s OactMfcund pupptos: Ready April 17ttt. FulM *xxted, full-size, 4-female, 3-male. $ 10 0 each. C all 704*492-5844.__________________ PON $ALB: Register Plott male 18 mos. Bred with Grandnite Champion Pocohontas Gator II, $200.9 9 8 ^ 87 5 . N O M A N 'S 8ADOtE S TACK SHOP Boots - Western W ear - Approx 60 Saddles 4 miles southw est ol Dobson, 91fr366^444 or 366-4300. F*EE TO OOOD HOME Part Lab, Part Golden Retriever. White wHh tan markings. Needs room to run and krts ol tove. Intelligent, gentte and toving, 6 months old, house trained. Cell 6344870. FOR R ENT....1 and 2-bedroom apart­ ments, kilchen appliances lurnished including dishwasher, 1Vi-baths, washer/dryer connections. Central heat/air. Prewired lor cable and phone. Insulated doors and windows. No-wax kltchen/bath floors. Pool. Sunset Apartments, located behind Hendrix Furniture on highway 158. Mocksville. Phone 704-634-0168. NEW , ENERGY EFFICIENT A PART­ M ENTS, 1 & 2 bedroom and fully fur­ nished studios. Pool, clubhouse, and basketball court. AMPLE PARKING!!! W ater, sewer, drapes, and kitchen appliances included. Dishwasher, frost-free refrigerator, washer/dryer connections and on-site laundry facilities. Heated and cooled with heal pumps. Private patio or balcony, qulck-recovery water heater, smoke dector, prewired for phone and cable TV. Manager and maintenance live on property. 24-hour emergency maintenance. Children and small pets welcome. Only a few left. Don't miss out — call now for $50 off first month's rent. Nor1hwood Apartments, Milling Road, 634-4141. Newly remodeled apartm ents. 2 bedroom, 1 bath, new carpet, central heat/air, new appliances and fixtures. Just $280/m o. upstairs, $290/m o. downstairs plus deposit. Eubanks Properties, 919-723-0757. BEACH COTTAGE at S. Myrtle Beach. 2-bedroom, 2-bath, ac, col or tv. W eekly S300 or S45 nightly. 704-634-3650 or 704-634-3875. FOR SALE: Myrtle Beach, SC. Con­ do 6-sleeper, ocean from time share red zone. 634-5640 anytime. Yard Sale Signs QW« Directions To Your Sale 25° Each Available At The Davie-County Enterprise Record Ckmdlsr-Smith Davie County’s Authorized Cub Cadet Dealer Q J > C b c k t•Satos Service Parts Sl*7SS-3228 1442 S. Stratford Bd. (Near Hanes Mall) _____________Wmston-Salem A u th o rltm d O M to r * S ales * P arts * * S ervice * R entals * * Financing * Southern Implement Co 1411 S. Salisbury Ave., Spencer, N.C. 636-3491 "Your Lawn 4 Garden Equipment ^ e a d g u a d M S ^ Q z^ M L iO e a rs ^ FOR RENT 415 Sanlord Rd., Mocksville, N.C. (N oit To Fiie Station) (919) 766-6916 WAREHOUSE SPA NO quart foot to 5,000 squire foot insulated sections available. Eich NQ q u *t foot (20x40) section has 10i10 overhead door divided from others by metal partition' mta. MNi for rtoragt of materials for small businesses, such as carpenter, plumber, elecfician etc. also’ rtoragt ol veMcta, boats ind furniture. " * Sta (6) months hue required1 . 100 Sgv*n Fee! ‘175 P*r Month 3.l54inbp WEWTAL PROPERTY Office Space Available 201 Depot Street, Downtown «350.00 Per Month Call Randy Grubb At: (919) 998-7699 Or (919) 998-4831 DAVIB C O U N T Y ENTERPRI^^ECORD Subscription rates Single Copy, 50 Cents •18.00 per year in North Carolina •22.50 per year outside North Carolina Send ChMk Tot P.O. Bex 525 Mo<ksvllla, NC 2702 » M t E f f i E g M B r a 3 W AGNER The family of the late Hugh Foster W agner acknowledges with graleful appreciation every act ol kindness and expressions ol sympathy extend­ ed them during the death ol their beloved husband and lather. Your thoughtfulness will alw ays be remembered and cherished. May God richly bless each ol you is our prayer. The family W ILL BABYSIT CHILDREN: Second & third shifts. References furnished. 634-3256 Furniture 2 Piece living room suite. Like new, green and yellow. 919-998-8271. Heavy duty General Electric washing machine. Good condition. $100. 492-2003. Llft Chalr in good condition; also a suc­ tion machine, like new. 998-4296. ealth ABORTION....Pregnancy Testing. For an appointm ent call A rcadia W om en’s Clinic, Winston Salem col- lect, 919 721-1620.________________ A lanon Fam ily Group M eetings 1st Presbyterian Church North Main Street Wednesdays 8 p.m. 634-2195 Homes For Sale BY OW NER: Bermuda Run, new River Hill Section, overlooking golf course and lakes. Bermuda Run Country C lub m em bership included. 919-998-2248. D RA STICA LLY REDUCED: Office or special use. W as $179,900, now $139,900.1.64 acres with complete­ ly renovated home. Hwy. 158 in Clem m ons. Call Evelyn Haynes 919-998-0878 or Lewis & Clark Realtors 919-768-1662.____________ Davie County, Ritchie Road, 8.68 acres with nice 7 room brick rancher, full basement, $162,000. Call Evelyn Haynes 919-998-0878 or Lewis & Clark Realtors, 919-768-1662. Excellent buy on Pineridge Road. Large kitchen, 2 bedrrom, decks, new central air and furnace. W ell in­ sulated. $29,900. 704-284-2041. H o w a rd to w n R o a d : B rick 3/4 bedrooms, 1'/2 baths, full basement, carpet, AC, dishwasher, dbl. garage, 1V2 acres. 703-632-8151.__________ Tw o story house for sale. Six large rooms, hall & bath. Large outside storage building on Vi acre. Cooleem ee Hwy. 801. $36,000. 704-637-0578. 5 & B Guttering Seamless Aluminum 6 Colors To Choose From Gutters Cleaned, s25°° And Up Aluminum Gutter Guards Installed Phone: (919) 998-7821 1 For Estimate --------3 :6 4tbp omes For Sale 17 Davle Street, Cooleemee. 6 room, 1 baih, big deck. Nice. 284-2792. AS IS: 4 room house for sale. $12,000. 3 Riverside Drive, Cooleem ee, NC. 637-8764 or 636-2507. M obile hom e lot, very private, Gun Club Road, Advance. 919-998-2868. iscellaneous Mobile Homes F o r s , v 1990 OAKWOOD S 1 1 ,f Oakwood Homes 1009 Greensboro St. Lexington, NC 704-249-7042 A TTE N TIO N : Governm ent ,H om es from S1 (U-repair). Delinquent tax pro­ perty. R epossessions. C all 1-602-838-8885 Ext. GH-3131. BY OW NER: 234 Wilkesboro St., Mocksville. (Need map to see rooms) 6 bedrooms, 3 baths, living room w/!ireplace, dining room, kitchen, utili­ ty, sun room, hardwood oak lloors, large screened-in back porch. Finish­ ed basement with 2 bedroom, 1 bath, hobby room, storage. Zoned for multi­ ple families. $79,000. NO AGENTS, PLEASE!! 704-634-1166. Land For Sale 4 Acre lots plus 3-live acre tracts with small pond and old house. Clarksville Heights, 601 North of Mocksville across from William R. Davie School. Single family dwellings or mobile hom es can be put on lots. 1-919-476-0825. 5 ACRES: Jack Booie Road. Call Evelyn Haynes 919-998-0878 or Lewis & Clark Realtors 919-768-1662. D avie C ounty, 14.93 acres. Merrell Road, $69,900. Call Evelyn Haynes 919-998-0878 or Lewis & Clark Realtors 919-768-1662. M O U N T A IN P R O P E R T Y : C an a, Virginia area. 55 acres, springs, stream and well. Mostly wooded with road. 919-998-3810. Lawn & Garden A NG ELL S SEED IN G SERVICE Light Grading & Hauling Tractor & Blade Work At Hourly Rates NO CHARGE ESTIM ATES Rick Angell 634-2730 after 5:30 p.m. CAR O LIN A LAW N CARE Licensed Professional Lawn Service W eed control, fertilizing, mowing, grubb control & more FREE ESTIM ATES ___________704-492-7774 C & M SERVICES W e provide all types ol lawn service, mowing lawns, trimming shrubbery, cleaning lots. 704-634-5798, FREE ESTIMATES._______________________ LAW N M O W ING Free estimates! Also hedge trimming, garden plowing & tilling. Call Gerald B. Wilkie 998-6122 or 998-7736 W A Y N E ’S LAW N M AIN TEN AN C E AND TREE CARE Tree Topping, Trim m ing, Stum p Grinding & Tree Removal 634-4413 - Free Estim ates Lost & Found LO ST: Child's compound bow on Bob W ilson Hill - Hwy. 158. Phone 704-634-3619 after5 p.m. ANYO NE CAN APPLYI Guaranteed Visa/M C, US Charge. Even with bad credit. No one relused. Call 1-602-842-1087 ext. U2269. FOR RENT: Barn-Style 8x8 utility buildings. Ideal storage space for mobile home owners or homes under construction. Delivered & set-up. $25 month. 492-7787.__________________ FOR SALE: 1968 Mercury 9.8 Boat Motor with Thunderbolt ignition. Good running condition. 704-634-3207. FOR SALE: Factory built, free stan­ ding, wood stove. $350. 634-4892. PR O M DRESSES: S25-$35 each. Com e see. Vintage Furniture, 139 Yadkinville Rd., 634-2200. Mobile Homes For Rent 3 Bedroom Mobile Hom e on large private lot. »300.634-3675/634-3650. '89 Palm Harbor: 14x76, 2 bedrrom, 2 bath with den, cen tral air, washer/dryer, paddle fans, decks, out building. Like new, $17,000. Har- mony, 704-546-2772.______________ Mobile home located 5 miles south of Mocksville, Perfect tor single or cou­ ple. $200 month. 704-284-4324 or 704-284-2688._____________________ Nice 2 b *fro o m , 1 'h baths, total elec­ tric, no pets. Deposit and references. 919-998-5334.______________________ R ENT TO O W N a 1984 total electric 14x70. Good for couple with one or two children. Call 492-7853 or 634-1218.__________________________ Ready to move In. Two and three bedroom mobile homes. $70 to $80 weekly. 492-7853 or 634-1218. Mobile Homes For Sale '86 14*70 Flsher Lot A-21, Pines Court. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, FP, DW . 998-6070.__________________________ FACTORY FRESH RECONDITIONED HOMES Only $199 Down Oakwood Homes 1009 Greensboro St. Lexington, NC ___________704-249-7042___________ Lee's Mobile Homes since 1977 - Volume Horton & Fleetwood dealer. 1990 models. 4 ft. tongue inc. 24x44 $ 15,999 (30 days only), 24x52 $17,999, 24x56 $22,999, 42x60 triplewide $36,999, 14x70 $12,999, 14x80 $ 14 ,99 9 - U sed hom es available. No money down on clear deed. Open 7 days till sundown. Y'all come to Rd. no. 1923, Nonwood, NC. 1-800-777-8652 or 704-474-3191. M usic BARFORO’S PIANO TUNMQ Repairing, rebuilding. Work guaranteed. 919-998-2789.' N ursery 10 ACRES OF PLANTS:3000dWwwW kinds and sizes. Blue Rug Jun^wfi, Yellow Bell, Red Tips, Azakes $1.00 each. Also Clematis Vines, Pampw Grass, W eeping Cherry Trew. Cwtar C reek R oad, Farmington. 919-996-2147 Days or n91M M 7208 Nights. HEALTHY B O XW O O O S • M M t M Officp Sp,ir 0 m c e S P A d F 0 e W W T n w r p w r office. Ground floor. Good p*rtUng. Modern conveniences. 1 offtet available. 634-2181. Rp,ii r sf.iic FOR LEASE: New bulk#ng wWh 1900 square feet, on Hwy. 64 west. 704^92-5336.__________________ FOR RENT: 2 buiMinga. 1 approx- imately 300 sq. ft. Good tocatton tor beauty or bartoer shop, to ri* or office. Air condition and heal. CNher buik*ng approximately 1,000 sq. ft. Located Hwy. 801 and Farmington crossroad. Good location for garden suppMee, maintenance shop or storage. 998-4141. S o r v K (- A U T O R C M O V n Man will buy junk can, trucks and bet- teries for cash. WW aboremovetrMh from around your home. Call 704-634-3256 anytime.__________ 8ACKHOE SERVICE - Septic Systems, Any Backhoe Work. MMer • Sona Sackhoe Servlee. 284-2826.______________________ BARFORO'S PIANO RE- BUILDING....Self players, pump organs. 919-996-2789. tew AND UtCD OFFICi nHMITUM ★ Safes * Fites * Fire Proof Fites *ewae 0fflct ftraKwv 118 N. Mtfn Straet, SaN*wy, N.C. Phon#S3M022 Weddings Promotional RKR Video Consumer - Industrial Commercial Complete Video Productions c 704-492-2112 Real Estate Instructional P R O P A N E O A S , IN C . Sfni>m Mticksiilh' tuiit litivit' (</iuilv i nr 41 Years 1010 West lnnes St. Salisbury. NC 28M4 (704) 636-6391 Patchwork Free Estimates 919-998*389 20 Years Experience BAKER ROOFING REWARD for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person(s) responsible for the vandalism to the Clement Family Cemetery, U.S. 601 South. Contact Crimestoppers or Davie County Sheriff’s Department 634-1111 or 634-5547 U-BID AUCTION 601 S. From Mocksville Friday & Saturday Nights - 7:30 p.m. Until Friday, April 6 - Betty Martin Saturday, April 7 - Sonny & Ginny Get ready for Easter now! Buy your baskets and supplies at U-Bid! Ceramic Collectables, 24% Lead Crystal Bells, Baskets, Tools, Towels, Sheets, Clocks, Collectable Dolls, Easter Supplies, Music Boxes, And Lots Of General Merchandise. Auctioneer & Owner: Johnnie L. Hellard NCAL 4529 (919) 998-7484 Mocksville, N.C.Rt. 7, Box 50-A Spocialmng in Estato. Personal Propert ii i M ^ W t ^ > x \ v v w . ^ m v w . ' ■ m . /,B c . . tiafiSflB8H888H TLC Tanning Salon Open 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. Gun Club Rd. Of 158 (Behind 1st House On Left) Call (919) 998-5890 Or (919) 998-7004 Sp#Clal Rates: Buy a package and Recleve a FREE trip to Myrtle Beach ________(3 days & 2 nights) ______ S la n U o N o w ! And be eligible for drawing to be held Easter for 10 FREE VISITS 3-t5-4htp Miller Building & Remodeling Co. "We Specialize In Remodeiing" West-Weld Vinyl Replacement Windows * Free Low-E Glass * V Home Improvements Additions ExU>ndi'd Tltrii 3-3I-90 KitChen & BathS JW )(W H<imtnty 01_ „ storm Doors David Miller j White Siding Tills For lutsy C k u iiiii|i! All work fully guaran!eed Free Estimates/References Available : Compare Uur Quality & Price Before You Buy • M . David M llltr Rt. 3, Box 200 Advance, N.C. 27006 M ww*: (» 1 » « > 1 -21 4 0 a ig.|inM !■ D A V I E C O U N T V E N T E R P R I S E R E C O R D , T H U R S D A Y , A p r i l 5, l 99* - * > e L A S S m E D S ■ S e r v ic e BASto CAR HAND WASH, $6.50; Wax Car Job, $30; Trucks, $40; Vans, $50. Special sleam clean engine, $7.50. Black ouls available Located on 801 al Farminglon crossroads. Look lor Gull Slation. Walk-in or by appointments. 998-4141. BOGER'S KAR KLEEN 28 years experience in complete car cleaning, wax, interior, motors. Call 998-3189 or 998-3159. Rt. 2 Mocksville. CAR — TRUCK — VAN CLEAN UP ? Complete Wash & Wax Richard Markland 998-4812 or 998-6081 Hwy. 801, Advance CAVE S CHIMNEY SWEEP Also stainless steel chimney liners. Senior Citizens Discount 919-961-6652 _________ DURHAM HOME IMPROVEMENT Vinyl Siding, Roofing, Additions, Decks, Garages FREE ESTIMATES ___________284-2698.___________ Davla Concrete Finishing Driveways, walks, patios, slabs, basements. Also dump truck service. .- Free estimates. Call Mike 998-6469. Department Of The Interior Thom Rutter - Painting, Paper Hanging Work alone - no partner _________704-284-4211 __________ FIR8T AND SECOND MORTGAGE LOANS Debt Consolidation Home Improvement ' Loans For Any Worthwhile Purpose Fast Service Competitive Rates Untted Compwitoe Financial Corp. 1307 Ashleybrook Center Winston-Salem, NC 27103 919-659-0123 TREXLEfTS ROOFING New and Old Rools 20 Years Experience Free Estimates 704-284^571 or 284-2098 HAULING - Sand, Gravel, Dirt, Mulch. MMer S Sen Backhoe Service ___________2M-2>26___________ Hauling & Cleaning Attics, Basements, Garages, Etc. Call 6344)446 Heeting * Alr Condl!k>nlng Repairs 24 Hour Service. David Griffin, Quali­ ty Heating & Cooling. 284-4556 or 284-2959.______________________ INCOME TAXES PREPARED By experienced person at reasonable rates. Call Gene Hendrix at 998-5845. INCOME TAX PREPARATION Reasonable Fates - Confidential Personal - Small Business Dorothy's Tax Service _________919-766-7445 _________ INCOME TAX SERVICE For fast, efficient, confidential service and reasonable rates call Peggy Joyner, 492-5559. Greenhill-Sanford Avenue area. t a t e w id e E m p lo y m # LAWN MOWER REPAIR From minor work lo complete overhaul Pick-up & Delivery Service Call Bob Eilerbe 919-998-5490 LINK'S SEAMLESS GUTTERING Richard Link • Owner Free Estimates 634-2947 or 634-3248 MASON ELECTRIC...New Installation & Repair. Mobile Home Hook-ups. Service changes. Keith Mason 998-5542.______________________ Osbome Electric Co. No job loo large or small. Unlimited license. Over 20 years experience. Karl Osborne, owner 634-3398 PAINTING, remodeling, home repairs. Large or small. Free estimates. James Miller 998-8340. RAINBOW REPAIR SERVICE & SUPPLIES Also Job Opportunities 998-5890 or 998-7004 Rooflng, Remodeling A Repairs 18 years experience Call 634-0446 SAVE MONEYI COMPLETE CAR CARE Brakes, tune-up, spin-wheel balancing Boger Texaco Service ___________634-5924 ___________ SHERRILL FENCING We specialize in building and repairing all type fences. _______998-9477________ SILLS PAINTING Residential, Commercial, Industrial Free Estimates - References 634-5576, or 284-2228 alter 5 p.m. STUMP GRINDING - No Yard Damage Miller & Sons Backhoe Service ___________284-2826___________ TRIANGLE TREE SERVICE Landscaping. FREE estimates. 284-4446 or 998-3003. Tldy-up Cleaning Service Homes & Businesses Weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, one-time. Free estimates. 284-4444. WINDOWS WELCOMED Spring & General Housecleaning 1-704-636-7924 V e h ic le s 21 Ft. Motor Home $5500. 704-284-4380 '75 Yamaha - excellent condition. '75 Chevy KS Blazer ;-04-284-4302 or 704-284-2136 '79 Oldsmobile Cutlass wagon: Good condition. 998-0797. '80 Chevy Pick-up looks and runs good, $2900. 634-5640 anytime. '81 Dodge Arles: Straight drive, good condition, $1200. '73 Ford Ranchario: $900. Call 704-284-2363.__________________ '85 Chevrolet S-10: 4-speed, V-6, 97,000 miles. Very good condition. $2,850. Also '82 Datsun 200 SX, 5-speed, A/C, AM/FM, sun roof. Very good condition. $2900. 998-2341. ATTINTMft NUftKS AIKS, OMERUES*OTHER CARING PEOPLE M.S.C., a private provider of group homes for the mentally retarded has full and part-time direct care positions open on all shifts. Good benefits. Training provided. Call 278-9681 for employment application. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Need honest and dependable men and women for pert-llme custodial work (approximately 15 houre weekly) In Mocksville. Ideal jobs for ac- Jhrti retired cttizens or ambitious individuals ?pN need additional Income. MUST BE pATUNE WDIVIDUALS WHO ARE WORTHY THAN MINIMUM WAQES. It 4S2-SlSS p n '86 Ford Escort: 4-speod, AM/FM, 60.000 miles. $2,800. 919-998-8866. '88 Chevy Spectrum: Hatchback, 43 mpg, AM/FM cassette, tinted win­ dows, real clean, 35,000 miles. $5,700. 704-634-7113 ________ SALISBURY MOTOR CO. Buick-Peugeot 700 W. Innes St., Salisbury 740-636-1341 SKI BOAT: 16ft. I/O Volvo Molor, looks and runs good, $2000. 634-5640 anylime. WILL BUY JUNK CARS Quick Removal. 1-919-475-8701 Anytime Wanted . * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * t ATTENTION!!! f • WE NEED YOU FOR... * ^C Clerical Light Industrial M. ^ ( *10 Key *Assembly ^ | ^ | *General Office *Production ^ ; J *Word Processing -Warehouse ^ ^ No Fees, Good Pay, Good Locations, ^ 5 Call Today! ^i* GRIFFIN TEMPORARIES* : 4 ( 6 3 4 -4 9 7 9 * • J# 301 Salisbury St., Mocksville ^ ; 5 704-637-2876 Salisbury £ • V 704-243-3021 Lexington r . ; ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ Watch Out World. Here She Comes Look Who's Turning 21! Happy Birthday Gelee l.t>xv. M>>in iV kln>nda 17 Piece W aterless Cookware: Surgical Stainless Steel, no home demonstration, normally $999. Fac- lory direct $249.95. For free brochure call 1-800-962-4227. 5 ACRES (plus or m inus). 919-998-0878. A wonderful family experience. Australian, European, Scandinavian, Japanese High School Exchange Students arriving in August. Become a host family/American lntercultural Student Exchange. Call 1-800-SIBLING. BALD HEAO ISLAND RENTALS: Beach houses, Villas, Swan’s Quarter, Timbercreek. From $550 weekly. Linens & golf cart provided. Call Old Baldy Associates, 919-278-5308. Resales available. BE YOUR OWN BOSS National manufacturer needs local per­ son to service 100 percent natural juice route. Best one-man business ever. No selling. No overhead. Must have $14,400 secured 100 percent by inventory. $55,000 very possible first year. This could make you indepen­ dent. First time offer for details call 9am-9pm 1-800-633-1740._______ Become A Paralegal, Nationally Ac­ credited, Attorney Instructed, Home Study, Established 1976, Financial Aid, FREE Catalog. 1-800-669-2555, Southern Career Institute, Drawer 2158, Boca Raton, Florida 33437. Driversl MTI Freight Systems, Inc. needs a few good drivers. If you feel that you are one of the best call us today and see what we can offer you. 22-24 per mile, monthly bonuses, in­ surance available, new equipment, stop off and pick up pay, loading and unloading pay, paid vacation. No New York City runs, plus much more. Please call us for more information. MTI Freight Systems, Kennesaw, GA 1-800-526-4865. M-F 9-4.________ Drivers, get your career in gearl Bowl­ ing Green Slate Transportation Center in Bowling Green, Kentucky can give you the training you'll need to become a professional truckdriver. Financial assistance is availabb!e. J,B. Hunt, one of the country's most successful motor carriers, regularly hires students who have completed the approved course. Call 1-800-643-3331.J.B. Hunt. Where the driver matters. An equal opportunity employer. Subject to drug screen. ESTATE SALE BY OWNER: Newly remodeled six room house! "Fur­ niture", plus 2</s rooms of antiques! On 2 lots, large sun deck. $40,000. Call 919-835-2744.______________ EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT: Chamber of Commerce. Skills: com­ munication, administrative, organiza­ tional. Responsibilities: coordination of work programs, volunteer inspira­ tion, staff supervision, policy manage­ ment, budgeting, sustaining member­ ship, PR/CR. Deadline April 20. $33,000-$36,000 plus incentives. Search Committee, Chamber ot Commerce, Drawer C, New Bern, N.C. 28563.____________________ Fashion/Image Executive: Free pro­ fessional training, limited time only. Become a respected professional in the beauty and fashion industry. Management, teaching and sales positions available. Peggy Smith 919-582-3229.__________________ GARDEN TILLERS: Rear-tine TROY- BILT Tillers at low, direct from factory prices. America's no. 1 garden tiller for quality and performance makes gardening easier and more suc­ cessful! For FREE catalog with prices, special SAVINGS now in ef­ fect, and a model guide, call TOLL FREE 1-800-453-1500, dept. 2, or write: TROY—BILT MFG. Dept. A2945C, 102nd St. & 9th Ave., Troy, NY 12180. Go West Young Man -- To Cherokee Nowl Or Free Government training slots will be filled by summer. Low in­ come out of school, 16-21 year old N.C. men get first opportunity to spend a year free in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Remaining slots will then be given to men from seven other states awaiting such an amazing offer. Call Job Corps Toll- Free 1-800-662-7030 M-F 8-5 for ap­ pointment. Free room, meals, train­ ing in plumbing, building maintenance, masonry, carpentry, cooking, auto repair, painting, plastering, or welding. Bring your friends. No felons. Allowances paid. Money To Loan: Credit problems understood. 48-hour pre-approval. Refinance, debt consolidation, home improvement, 2nd mortgage. Turn your home equity into cash. Fixed rate mortgages. 1-800-825-1854. CAPSEEKERS._________________ OTR Drivers: 12 months experience, 23 years of age, drug testing re­ quired. Hornady Truck Line: Start 23-26 cents per mile, TARPA/acation pay, safety bonus, spouse passenger program. 1-800-343-7989. VACATION/RETIREMENT HOME minutes from beach and golfing. 3-BR doublewide, immaculate, ap­ pliances, landscaped, storage building, $50's. Calabash, NC. Call collect 919-287-6630. Broker. Insurance Sales Dream: 60-85 K first year in Health Insurance Business! Leads furnished, weekly advance, no chargebacks, slock, management op­ portunity! Call 1-800-553-3115,10-4. Professional Dog Trainers earn $50 per hour. Train at home. Start your own business. Free brochure write: Pro-Train Systems, P.O. Box 2613, Greenville, NC 27836-0613. SPROTS EDITOR WANTED lor after­ noon daily in Eastern North Carolina. Experience in editing, layout, photography, news, features and col­ umns preferred. Call 919-823-3106. STAR OF DAVID SAPPHIRE: 1101 carats - $100/carat or best offer. Opa­ que & clear. Believed to be larges faceted in the world. Call Bill: 919-868-3725 or 919^84-1131. E m p lo y m e n t ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF NURSING Are you a leader and interested in a progressive healthcare setting where your expertise may be utilized toward quality patient care? Make an ap­ pointment today to talk with Henreit- ta Tollardy, DON, 704-637-5885. Autumn Care Of Salisbury, 1705 Bringle Ferry Road, Salisbury, NC,28144,_____________________ AREA SUPERVISOR: To hire and train House 01 Lloyd demonstrators. Home decor and gift line. Top pay plus bonuses! Call Andrea Comatzer, District Manager, 919-998-2052. ATTENTION: Earn Money Watching TVI $32,000/year income potential. Details. (1) 602-838-8885 Ext. TV-3131._______________________ ATTENTION: Earn Money Rea<Hng Books! $32,000/year income poten­ tial. Details. (1) 602-838-8885 Ext. Bk-3131._______________________ ATTENTION: Easy Work, Excellent Pay! Assemble products at home. Details. 1^02-838^885 Ext. W-3131. ATTENTION: Hiring! Government jobs, your area. $17,840-$69,485. Call 1-602-838-8885 Ext. R-3131. ATTENTION: Postal Jobs! Start $11,41/hour! For application info call (1) 602-838-8885, Ext. M-3131, 6am-10-m, 7 days. NATIONAL APPLIANCE Corporation now hiring sales & manager trainees to staff major retail 6 wholesale outlets. Opportunity $10-20 an hour to start, call 704^38-0421. Christian M y or teenager to watch 2 year old and 8-month ota in my hom< 2:30-5:30 pm. 4 days weeks. Startii mid-April. $50 week negoitable. Advance-Farmington area. 9984019. Customer Service Representative: Fast growing consumer finance has opening in local office for someone who enjoys meeting the public and handles figures accurately. Excellent opportunity for advancement. Com­ petitive salary. Comprehensive benefits. Fleet Finance Company, 634-3596. EOE M/F. Dental Hygenist: Looking for afl*v> cientious and cooperativehygwMto replace our retiring hygenW. 'Ex­ cellent pay, 2 or 3 days a w e *. R w - pond to PMD, PO Box 602, Mocksville, NC 27028.___________ EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAVI Assemble Products At Home, Call For Information. 504-641-8003 Ext. 8645 Employment RepreaentaMve forJob Training Program. Work in Davto, Stokes, Surry or Yadkin counMa. Minimum 4-year degree. Drhter'a license required. Salary $16,848-$18,516. Return resume to: Northwest Piedmont Council ol Governments, 280 South Liberty Street, Winston-Satom, NC 27101 by April 11, 1990._________________ Laborers for landeeaptof and total lawn care. Call 704^34-5613 "My Gardner". Lean * Steff Nuree posfflons al M fr mont Correctk>nal lnMHution. Re­ quirements: graduate from m ac­ credited school of nurafog, pref>raMy 1 year professional nursing ,« • perience. Licensed to practice M an RN In NC by the NC Board of Nur*- ing. Salary negeotiMe. AM aMga beneftts.EOE.ApptyattoMlemte- ment security commWon or W mont Correctional Institution. Pfwne 704^37-1421.________________ New hMng RN's, LPN'e, CNA*e.eU*U^A Lnilie k^M jte ^M^akterWXnnV nVUWt flWIWnv i^W Hv* $unwoed Medteel, StrteevMe 704-07*M tt.______________L P08TAL 8ERVK* Joke. S *aryto $65K. Nationwide. Entry tovel p o * tlons. Call 1-605-6674000 6*1. P-5720._____________________ POULTRY CUTTEW: Appty from »4. M-F. 1590Williams Roed. Lew*vWe, N.C., Joyce Foods, Inc._______ Pwrt-tlme Cook, 6:30 am-2 pm.Part- time Infant room In aftemoon, 2 *3 0 pm. Prefer older, mature person. 704^340266._______________ Staff peeMtone for Summer Youth Work Experience Project of the Job Training Partnership Act - start aroundMay1andendaroundAugutt 31, 1990 - $5.6346.53 hourty - 40 hours weekly Monday through Friday • College Degree or equivatont work experience - contact YVEDDI, P.O. Box 309, Boonvilto, NC 27011 • Telephone 919-367-7251 • EOE. ; Town Of Cooleemee accepting ap- plications for position of po*ce oflteer! Applicants must hokJ a N.C. Certtoc#* • tion and b%able to pass physical ex­ am and extensive investigation. Salary negoitabto - plus benefits. Send application for F 4 and reeume to Town Clerk, PO Box 1060, Cooleemee, NC 27014. 704-284-2141. Deadline 4-16-90. , WAITRESSES: good pay, tiexiMe hours. Must be honest, dependaMe and smiling. Appty in person to Gre­ cian House Reistraurant, Ctemmone, 24 p.m. G R IF F II Secretarial Olympics GOLD MEDAL • Free Trip For Two To Las Vagas Silver Medal • Anastasia Fur Bronze Medal • Weekend Trip To Kingston Plantation Sponsored by Griffin Temporaries and 93 MIX. * * Regislralion and Olympics hold al Hanes Mall and Four Seasons Mall on April 7lh from 9:30 AM lo 12:30 PM; pre-registration encouraged. Finals held on April 23rd lrom 5:30 PM lo 8:00 PM al Hyall Winston-Salem. Prizes & equipment furnished by USAir. America's Mosl Frequenl Flyer. Anaslasia Furs, Uniglobe The Travel Masters, Inc., Uniglobe Maas Travel, Inc... Hyall Winston-Salem, Kingston Plantation, Enire’ Computers and Add Cal Type. C all G riffin Tem poraries F or D etails 1-800-422-8095 __________ Griffin Services, Inc. - The Quiet Innovator Getting A Job Can Be Easy As Pie ■ ^ 1 < f e * * e ^ ^ ^ J t f ~~~~-4 ^t^L Gantt Personnel, Inc. •34-OANT lF im k it'. .Wood Moulding Packager We manufacture PREFIT Window Trim from Ponderosa Pine Wood Mouldings. High rate of pay. Benefits include two weeks paid vacation, health and life in­ surance, retirement program, holidays. High school diploma required. Apply in person EOE TRIM, INC. Bethel Church Raod Mocksville, N.C,l-21-Hrv liD-DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORI), THURSDAY, April 5, 1990 District Court The following court cases were disposed of during Davie District Court on March 29. Presiding was Judge William G. Ijamcs. Prosecuting was James Honeycutt, assistant district attorney. — Jack Adams, worthless check, dismissed. — Bracken Barker, failure to return proper hired property, dismissed. — Bradford Batchelor, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to improper equipment, pay $ 1 0 finc and court costs: in­ spection violation, dismissed. — Jeffrey R. Beilen. com­ municating threats, dismissed. — Modesta Bennet, second degree trespassing, dismissed. — Nancy Belinda Blue, expired registration, expired driver’s license, dismissed. — George S. Calhoun, failure to stop at a stop sign, reduced by DA to improper equipment, pay court costs. — Robin L. Campbell, driving too fast forconditions, dismissed. — Michael Bruce Click, no registration, pay court costs; driv­ ing while license revoked, dismissed. — James Edward Cline, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to improper equipment, pay court costs. — Eddie Calvin Connor, DW1 (Breathalyzer results . 10), sentenc­ ed to 60 days suspended for one year, pay $ 1 0 0 fine and court costs, not operate a motor vehicle until properly licensed, obtain substance abuse assessment and comply with recommendations of assessing agency. — Ross Millican Cox, expired registration, dismissed. — Michael Brandon Dew, driv- ' ing 78 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to improper equip­ ment, pay court costs. — Larry Darnell Dillard, driv­ ing while license revoked, reduc­ ed by DA to driving without a license, prayer forjudgmcnt con­ tinued on payment of court costs. — Peter Engle, failure to return hired property, dismissed. — Deborah C. Fincher, DWI (Breathalzyer results .20). failure to stop for a blue light and siren, sentenced to one year suspended for two years, pay S400 fine and court costs, surrender driver's license and not operate a motor vehicle until properly licensed, given credit for substance abuse assessment and ordered to comp­ ly with recommendations ofassess- ing agency, and spend seven days in jail. Charges ofdriving 6 8 mph in a 45 mph zone, reckless driv- "ing. transporting an—aleoholie- beverage in the passenger area of a vehicle, failure to wear a scat belt, consuming an alcoholic beverage in the passenger area of a vehicle, and speeding to elude ar­ rest were dismissed. — Edward Ford Jr., driving 77 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to improper equipment, pay court costs. ^M ary Louise Gadson. driving 52 mph in a 35 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to 44 mph in a 35 mph zone, pay S10 fine and court costs. — HayzonGrierJr., driving 84 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to exceeding a sale speed, driving while license revoked, reduced by DA to driving without a license, pay $25 fine and court costs, reimburse the state for a court appointed attorney; inspec­ tion violation, driving a vehicle without insurance, dismissed. — Rex Allen Grigg, driving 77 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to exceeding a safe speed, pay $ 1 0 fine and court costs; driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to exceeding a safe speed, pay $ 1 0 fine and court costs. — Douglas M. Jennings, ex­ pired driver's license, no registra­ tion, pay $25 fine and court costs; driving without insurance, dismiseed. S>- Michael Wade Jones, driving i UcMK revoked, reduced by .todriviag wkhout a driver’s ,pn y r forjudgmeni con- |.f>fjym w iofcourt cqtta; Widtbul insurance, icatcil and disruptive, dismissed. — Jim Edward Jumper, intox­ icated and disruptive, dismissed. — Stephen R. Krayeirik. driving 85 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to exceeding a safe speed, pay court costs. — Gregory T. Lambeth, driving 57 mph in a 35 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to 44 mph in a 35 mph zone, pay S2() finc and court costs. — David W. Leischner. driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to exceeding a sale speed, pay $ 1 0 fine and court costs. — Donald Earl Mathews. driv­ ing 49 mph in a 35 mph zone, reduced by DA to 44 mph in a 35 mph zone, pay $ 1 0 fine and court costs. — Brian Keith Meadows, driv­ ing 58 mph in a 35 mph zone, reduced by DA to exceeding a safe speed, prayer for judgment con­ tinued, pay court costs. — Gilbert Ray Myers, driving 48 mph in a 35 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to driving 44 mph in a 35 mph zone, pay $10 finc and court costs; failure to stop for a blue light and siren, dismissed. — Gelisa Davis Parlier, expired registration, dismissed. — Robert Lee Penry, driving 58 mph in a 45 mph zone, reduced by DA to improper equipment, pay court costs. — Hazel S. Phillips, driving 77 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to exceeding a safe speed, pay $ 1 0 tlne and court costs. — Ronnic Reynolds, abandon­ ment of a dependent spouse, dismissed. — Anthony Richmond, driving 75 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to 70 mph in a 65 mph zone, pay court costs. — Debra Leonard Roig, driving without a license, displaying a fic­ titious license plate on a vehicle, dismissed. — Britt Dwight Sammons, driv­ ing 67 mph in a 45 mph zone, reduced by DA to 54 mph in a 45 mph zone, pay $ 1 0 fine and court costs. — James Blake Sides, driving 45 mph in a 35 mph zone, reduced by DA to improper equipment, driv­ ing while license revoked, reduc­ ed by DA to driving without a license, prayer for judgment con­ tinued, pay court costs. — Joseph Wade Smith, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to exceeding a safe speed, pay $ 1 0 fine and court costs. — Walter Scott Snyder, three counts of worthless checks, sentenced to five months suspended for one year, pay $25 fine and court eosts. make restitution.------- titious lieense plate. — Timmy Green, assault on a female. — Miehael Edward Hicks, driv­ ing 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Wren Hixxl, worthless chcck. — Eric Christopher Jones, driv­ ing 77 mph in a 65 mph zone, in­ spection violation. — Tony Jordan, worthless check. — Lewis Ray Linebarrier. ex­ pired registration. — Kclly Rae Livengood, unsafe traffic movement. — Chad Everitt Mastcn. fishing without a license. — Corey Parks, larceny, posses­ sion of stolen goods. — Colleen Ann Pobur, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Joann Powc, worthless check. — Frederick M. Price, aiding and abetting a DWI. — Levi Dcwayne Pruitt, driving without a driver’s license. — Nathan L. Russ, driving 90 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Lori W. Stokes, worthless check. — Joseph C. Wisnousky, failure to yield to oncoming traffic. ' Trials Waived The following people waived their right to a trial and paid their fines early. — Theresa M. Becker, driving 75 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Burl Monroe LanierJr.. driv­ ing 48 mph in a 35 mph zone. — Felton Mayfield, two counts of worthless checks. — Charles T. Muckcnfuss, driv­ ing 78 mph in a 65 mph zone. — William Jeffrey Lloyd, no vehicle registration. — Charles Thomas Muckenfuss, driving 78 tnph in a 65 mph zone. — Ignazio Lachina, failure to stop for a stop sign. — Jack Clarence Clark Jr., driv­ ing 75 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Stephen Gregg Roig, driving 60 mph in a 45 mph zone. — Stephen Lindbert James, failure to reduce speed to avoid a collision. — Leighton Davis Gillespie, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Sherry L. White, driving 85 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Barry Dale Allen, failure to stop for a stop sign. — Timothy L. Leazer, driving 59 mph in a 45 mph zonc. — Benjamin C. Marshall, driv­ ing 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Toby Dwight Smith, driving 78 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Wendy Lce Smith, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Ohn Douglas Baldwin, driv­ ing 75 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Jeff Martin, driving 74 mph — Nannie Potts Sparks, unsafe traffic movement, dismissed. — Calvin Wayne Stowe, driving 60 mph in a 45 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to 54 mph in a 45 mph zone, pay$l 0 fine and court costs. — Michael Lee Vaughn, allow­ ing a vehicle to be driven without any insurance, pay court costs. — William G. White, driving 75 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to exceeding a safe speed, pay $ 1 0 finc and court costs. — Randy Steven Williams, pro­ bation violation, active sentence put into effect, immediate work release recommended, appeal llled. — Ricky Younts, four counts of damage to personal property up for review by the courts; satisfactori­ ly completed all requirements of previous sentence, all charges dismissed. — David Jay Brooks, driving 88 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to 74 mph in a 65 mph zone, pay $40 fine and court costs. Failed To Appear The following people failed to appear for appear for their schedul­ ed court date. — Rhodford Leo Anderson, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — William S. Branton Jr., driv­ ing 79 mph in a 65 mph zone. — James Artis Bryant, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Roderick Louis Burch, driv- . ing 79 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Charles E. Durando, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Kennelh Scow Gray, driving ... 56 mph in a 45 mph zonc. driving wkhMMinauiMce, disptayiugafic- in a 65 mph zone. — Allan E. Chappman, failure to wear a seatbelt. — Joseph Otto Egenberger, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Scott A. Sutton, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Paul Casey Foster, failure to wear a seat belt. — Sterling Gray Griggs, driving 6 8 mph in a 55 mph zone. — James Frederick Hallesy, consuming an alcoholic beverage in the passenger area of a vehicle. — Johnny Lee Lance 111, driv­ ing 76 mph in a 65 mph zone. — William C. Allen, driving 60 mph in a 45 mph zone. — Kenneth Richard Coover, driving 75 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Jimmy Dale Swaim. ex­ ceeding a safe speed. — Edward Clay Chapman, ex­ pired trailer registration. — Edward Franklin Greene, ex­ pired registration. — Michael Robert Howell, driv­ ing without a driver’s license. — Deidre Thompson vs. Michael Edward McGee, child support. — Arthcr Lewis Bledsoe, failure to , reduce speed to avoid an accident. — Paul Dickert Davis, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Lyndon Baines Lazengy, failure to stop for a stop sign, no current registration. — Larry D. Roberts, driving 60 mph in a 45 mph zone. — Sherry Annette McDaniel, failure to wear a scat belt. — William G. Thompson, driv- ing 77 mph in a 65 mi* zone. U S . 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Then she began a rapping song, singing in an up and down rhythym familiar to the students. The song was sweet. The message Tammy Goforth sent was sweeter. No drugs and alcohol on prom night. Now iny name '.v Sweet T and 1 'in here to rap. Listen and / 7/ tell you what my ra p ’s about. Hey, this year '.v prom 's gonna be the best. Gonna bc great. Gomut beat the rest. I know we can do it, so le t’s get down And beat those schools from over town. She shouted through the song with hesitation, bringing whoops and cheers from fellow students. After hearing Sweet T's rap song, about 96 percent of Davie’s students signed a pledge, lt was called the “ Prom Promise.” They promised Please Sec DUS Students - V. 8 Cromer Vows To Keep Ward From N.C. House By Karen Jarvis Davie County Enterprise-Record Jack Ward's attempt to gain a scat in the N.C. House of Representatives may have been damaged even more last week. Incumbent Charles Cromer. R-Davidson. has accepted a new job and will not represent the 37th district in the house next year, but said hc will ac­ tively campaign to keep ,Ward out. Cromer, a five year veteran in the house, said last Friday he Ward Cromer will begin his new job April 16 as legislative counsel to (he governor, but since his name Please See Cromer — P. 9 County Seeking Grant To Expand Sewer To Hanes By Kathy I). Chaffin Davie County Enterprise-Record Davie County commissioners voted 3-2 Monday night to app­ ly for a grant to extend sewer lines to Hanes Printables at Far­ mington Road and M 0 , opcn- ing the door ior ihe pftmrnrlrmr 150 new employees. Hanes Printables, a,division of Sara Lee Knit Products, employs 400 people, according to Murray Cook, director of manufacturing. ♦ Commissioners Bert Bahnson and Spurgcon Foster voted against the motion, saying in part that it would encourage growth in a predominantly rural arca. Busier Cleary made the mo­ tion to apply for the $600,000 grant from the N .C . Depart­ ment of Commerce after an hour-long executive session with two representatives of the department and Mocksville Mayor D.J. "N ick” Mando, -Tpw'n-Manager—Terry-Bralley- and Town Supervisor Andre* Lagle. The motion included a provi­ sion scheduling public hearings on the grant application for /kpril 24 and 25. Retired County Manager John Barber, who is working until his replacement arrives, said a grant application w'ould Please See Coiiiitv — P. 9 Misleading Statistics Officials Told If Hospital Moves To 1-40, It Will Still Be Rural By Mike Barithai dt Davie County Enterpriso-Record Statistics are like a girl in a bikini. They show enough to get you interested, but what they cover up is vital. Davie County Hospital Administrator Chris Dux had just finished an hour-long presentation on the future of the hospital. It included a lot of stotistics. ; Then he asked for questions. Dr. Vic Andrews cited lhe advice about statistics after Dux %WCNd one of his questions with statistics. > AhMdM,of people attended the community Unt Thursday at South Davie Junior . Hospital trustees asked that the behddin each iuea of the county, ex- ^ p<frwewf, why the hospital should awurFwmiegton Road and /&^7-;v.N^^*^'t '•"'' i'*' '* ^-vA'-.'''M .''-A ,V’' -' - - '-. •.gif e "** ;y-fr*" ^r-:'- ■ •??■ f-r'.-v -----— —m p^jp^ „. .^ ( ( ' Dux cited several reports that showed how small, rural hospitals arc having difficulties. Some liave been sold. Some have.been shut down. “ Davie County Hospital exhibits a lot of the symptoms that show aJiospital is in danger of closing.” Dux said, Andrews said even after moving to H 0 , Davie would still have a rural hospital. “ At the beginning you talked about dark^ clouds for-rural hospitals,” Andrews said. ” lf this moves to Farmington, won’t it still be a rural hospital?” Dux said hospital trustees went on a two-day retreat to thoroughly inspect the possibilities for thc future of Davie County Hospital. “ Based on all thc infonnation the board of trustees have available ... on the studies ... the best chance (for survival) appears to be construc- tioo ofta new facility and rclocating,’’ Dux said. “ This would still he a rural hospital atul rural hospitals are in danger.” Andrews said. Dux said the Davie hospital is in a unique situa ■ tion, that at the present location it isn't being used by residents in eastern Davie, where rapid growth has occurred in recent years. When the hospital was built. Mocksville was the popula­ tion center. Now, it’s near U.S. 158 and Farm­ ington Road. Building new and moving, he said, would help Davie to recruit and keep specialist doctors, which are needed to increas-: the percentage of patients covered by private insurance, “ ln most rura| communities, there are not enough people to support those physicians. We've got enough pcopie in Davie County to support those doc­ tors,” While the hospital hasn’t llgured the number Please See Andrews — 1’. 9 Vic A ndrew s: D avie a — Ph<^o bedroom to Forsyth, by Robin Fergusson / *-D A V lE COUNTY KNTF.RPRISK RlX’OKI). THUKSI)AY, April 12, 1990 Editorial Page No-Growth Fever Could Take Over County Board , .;'■,: /, f,"i;-::/::.^',^v5 .-'- V::::.v--W • '/ '*\;' :/' i^ Vl By the thinnest of margins. Davic County is still open to progress, new johs and future development. The vote was 3-2. No-growth commissioners Spurgeon Foster and Bert Bahnson voted against a plan to extend a sewer line to Hancs Printab!cs on Farmington Road. The line w ill cost thc county $160,000. A $600,000 state grant seems assured, and Hancs Printables w ill pay $160,000. For $160,000, thc county w ill add 150 employees to its workforcc and a ncw factory to its tax basc. And it w ill opcn prim c real cstatc for future development. By any estimation, that’s a bargain. But it’s one Foster and Bahnson don’t want. M onday's votc serves as a test o f just how extreme thcir no-growth motives are. They had previously aimed only at housing developments in thc Hillsdale area. They had •."spoken against Davie County serving as a bedroom for W inston-Salem employees. Thc issue Monday was jobs — Davic County jobs — provided by onc of the region’s fastest-growing, most dependable employers. Hancs has thrcc plants in Davic County. A ll thrcc camc with little investment for thc coun­ ty government. Governments always provide the infrastruc­ ture for growth: water, sewcr, highways, airports, bridges, and such. Bahnson and Foster offered weak reasoning for thcir decisions. Foster said the county wouldn’t do it for a farm er if hc asked thc county to build him a sewer line. Bahnson cited potential traffic problems and development o f a rural area. That’s just what should happen at Farmington Road. Thc county should designate it for zoning as an industrial park. W ith sewer, thc land w ill finally be ablc to support development. Already a heavy industry — Vulvan Materials — is close to :hc intersection. The only decision should be how big thc scwer pipeline should be. Bahnson also worried about traffic, but thc property is bcsidc an interstate highway. The bridge is wide. Thc ramps are long. There’s not a better, more suitable place for light industry in Davic County. W ith an industrial park would comc morc jobs. M ore tax revenue, and less pressure on the board to raise tax rates. The 3-2 split indicates just how close thc commissioners arc to isolationism. Foster and Bahnson would cloistcr us, build a fortress around the county, blow up the rivcr bridge and shut out thc w orld. No growth. No ncw houses. No ncw industry. Just rolling pastures and ... poverty. W c can’t comfort ourselvcs with thc thought that they arc outnumbered on thc board. That could changc. Buster C lcary, Buddy Alexander and R .C . Smith hold thc margin for progressive government. Alexander is retiring. Smith faces rc“ctection, and- G!eary is running for sheriff. For------ Sheila Lamiox 8th Grade, North Davit* “ I think it's fine. It will bc better for students.” Andy l,vab 8th Grade, North I)avic “ It sounds H<><>d because Pinebrook is real crowded and if 6th graders come here it would be yood." Amy Ridenhour 8th Grade, North Davie “ It’s a yood idea. I would rather be at the high school. I could have more experience with college classes.” Lisa Jones 8th Grade, North Davte “ II would be good.- U would give us k>nger lo ftf adjusted lo high school.” Sidewalk Survey: Do You Favor The Middle School Concept? ' i Scott Tutterow 8th Grade, North Davie “ I’d rather the ninth grade stay at North Davie. I don’t feel like I’m ready to yo to high school.” Brent Ward 8th Grade, North Davie “ Everywhere c ^ f I’ve went it’s been 9th grade at the high school. I don’t see a need to change it here. It’s been that wav lor vears.” Jamie Hunter 8th Grade, North Davie “ Iywish we would go next year because I want to go. It would be good.” Brian Keelon 8th Grade, North Davie “ 1 think they should do It. It would give schook more room for a lot more peopte. It would be better ell around.” Letters Congressional Club Knew About East tunately, thc no-growth banner isn't Hying in this election. 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Bo» S2%,MucktviHe. NC27028 1 * w f e t - i t 5 '7 ^ *"**v-h 5- ■ "'' ■'*' 1 ».......... ......."-i:,.V,*'.:y .-':,".---;.-:> v.jr^'M-,.'4.^i-:-"';.>-;Yif- •'.-'..''Ew*Au'.l i*y*V*. ^ v >*<,r *'<--T.I, •. - , •• /. -' To the editor: Testimony in the malpractice suit that M rs. John East filed against the U.S. Navy doctors has revealed the true nature ofthe Congressional Club. The suicide ofSen. John East, like any suicide, is tragic. But what makes East's death even worse is thc deplorable actions taken by thc Jesse Helms Congressional Club. Mrs. East testified that she called Carter Wrenn (a crony of Helms' and thc directorofthc Congressional Club) to Washington to help Senator East aftcr hc attempted suicide in early 1985 by ramming a chair leg down his throat. That phone call to Wrenn No Privacy Left At Davie High To the editor: There is no privacy left in the Davie High School restrooms. Many ofthe main doors and stall doors have been removed because school olTicials fccl there is too much vandalism and smoking. Since these doors have been removed, thc assistant principal has said she thinks these problems have stopped and students are happy that the doors arc gonc. I think most students do not feel this way. The problem with removing the doors is that people walking by can scc into thc sink and stall areas. These doors should not bc removed from the boys’ bathrooms because urinals could easily bc seen. Before Christmas thc assistant principal said partitions werc to be built in place of the doors. These partitions have not been constructed. Privacy in the bathrooms at Davic High is quickly deteriorating. W ith the doors removed boys often stand in thc doorway and talk to girls who arc in thc bathroom. When thc boys' doors are remov­ ed, thc girls w ill probably do the same. Ifsm oking is such a problem, then a smoking area should be considered or smoke detectors should bc installed in wire cas­ ings. To help the problem o f vandalism, teachers should have to use ithe student bathrooms, instead of faculty restrooms. If teachers wcre using these bathrooms, students would be less likely to van­ dalize or sm oke/ April Holder .-.... 1 . Davie High School junior indicates to me that Senator Helms and Wrcnn knew about senator East’s condition for over a ycar before he asphyxiated himself. Senator East him selfdidn’t believe hc could perform his duties cffcctivcly and wanted to resign. W hy did Wrenn and Helms insist that he stay in the Senate for another ycar whcn thcy knew his mental state? Didn't they trust Gov. Jim M artin to appoint a Republican? O f course not. D idn't thcytW iii Senator Broyhill in Washington? This wasn’t a situa­ tion where wc had Republicans versus Democrats. This situation concerned power. Helms and Wrcnn wanted someone thcy could control. Thcy would rathcr have a mentally ill Congressional Club member (a redundancy) in the Scnatc thcn let Governor M artin appoint someone who wouldn’t conform to thcir beliefs. Is this thc kind of senator we want representing us? When hc needed medical attention, Senator East lopked Jo the government for something free. Isn’t it ironic that hc always stated his opposition to and voted against the gavernmcnt helping peo­ ple? If his family is due compensation, then let it comc from thc Jessc Helms Congressional Club. They are morc responsible for his death than the government is. And Lord knows they have thc money. Randy Gardner 242 Magnolia A ve., Moeksville Letters Are Welcomed I he hUi'rprist -Rca>nl welcomes letters from its readers. The letters may he on topics ol local, state, national or international issues. An effon xvi!l lx- made lo prim all letters provided thcy are not libek)us. vulgar or in poor taste. Theeditor reserves the right (o edit letters for grammar and l'or space. All letteis should include the name and address ofthe writer, including a signalutc. A telephone number is also requested to test the legitamaey ol the letter. I"he telephone number will not be published. Please have letters in .the Liui'r|>risc-Rec<>nl offieeby 5 p.m. Monday ol the week to be published. ' ' ; ' - f M DAVlE COUNTV ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 12, l9W -3 OK Mr. Boss, I’ll Let You Fire Me For $500,000 I have trouble feeling sorry for Jini Valvano. But I admire his style. M y lirst personal view was a couple of years ago at Thc Crosby Celebrity G olfTournam ent in Bermuda Run. You could see the tournament officials running around looking for Coach V ; then they shrugged their shoulders. Apparently, the North Carolina State : University basketball coach wasn"t going lo • make his tee time with the University of North Carolina Coach Dean Smith. Then a (W olfpack) red sports car screcchcd to a halt in the parking lot. A barefoot Jim Valvano got out. went to the trunk and fetched (O r should I say retrieved. I don’t think Yankcc Italians fetch.) his shoes and golf clubs. He hurried to the first tee. sat down on the grass and put his shoes on. Jim Valvano, famous millionaire T V celebrity basketball coach, and he drives barefoot. No wonder he gets (got) along so well in the South. ■ And better than that, when the group was leaving the first tec, Valvano went to the crowd. Many o f thc spectators Mike Barnhardt were wearing Carolina Blue. Valvano announced to the spectators that he could get Dean SmitlVs autograph lor thcm for $5. What a capitalist. That Jim Valvano sure docs know how to make the bucks. His salary is more than quadruple the average Davie County salary. That doesn't count the money he makes do­ ing television shows. O r for speaking engagements. O r lor endorsements. O r for his basketball camp. O r for ... Jim Valvano was fired as basketball coach at N .C . Stale last week, amid allegations o f poor academic achievements o f his players, charges that former players accepted cash and shaved points, purposely winning by certain margins to help gamblers. Valvano denies any knowledge of the point shaving or cash to players schemes. He's probably telling the truth. So what ifo n c ol'his players, recruited from a poor, big city ghetto, all of a sudden turns up with plenty of money? W hy should Valvano notice7 He's too busy out somewhere else making money. Valvano was hired as a basketball coach. He did a good job, even brought an N C A A national championship to North Carolina (Take that. Coach K .). The fact that his players did poorly academically shouldn't bc his fault. That blamc should go to thc players or to thcir professors. Valvano didn't recruit students. He recruitcd basketball players. Until the controversy became a statc pasttime, no one seemed to care. ■ It doesn't matter what collcge it is, but it is tough for a nationally compctitivc athlcte to also succeed as a student. Games arc hundreds o f milcs away, sometimes causing ex­ tended trips. Thc solution would be to allow athlctcs to go to school for fivc years, and give thcm light class loads during thc sport season. Give thcm timc to do what thcy were recruited for — play thc sport. The alternative: do away witli sports scholarships and pick thc tcams from students who happened to go to that particular college. By thc way, Valvano got $237,000 from N .C . Statc to accept bcing fircd. Hc had a big city (New York) lawyer do his negotiating. Chip in $350,000 or so from thc W olfpack Club. W hat’s Valvano going to do now? Play golf, hc says. W ith all his money, he can afford it. 1 could stand bcing fired for bucks like that. I could even get a big city (Clemmons) lawyer to negotiate thc deal. Herc’s thc deal, M r. Publisher. For $500,000, I w ill let you firc mc. After all, my golfgam c needs soine work, too. Letters Mocksville Should Be Proud Of Town Residents, Officers To the editor: Hooray for your town — Mocksville. It has some ofthe nicest, most courtcous and helpful people that I have witnessed in many years. It restores and confirms my faith in humanity and thc belief that we arc (should bc) all neighbors and good samaritans to cach other. Thus, my experience last Saturday (March 31) in Mocksvillc is the casc in point. I was at the outlet store. Sweaters and Things, at the time it opened, 9:30, wanting to exchange an item purchased there two wceks ago and gct back to Statesville as soon as possi­ ble. 1 locked my car keys in thc car. Panic struck. Automatic door locks. Extra car keys at home in Statesville. Sue Short, thc employee in Sweaters and Things, took over. She made calls and knew everybody she called by first namc. Denny from Bogcr Tcx- aco came. I was ready to pay for a service call, even though his instrument could not opcn the door. Hc walked away saying, “ You " don't owe my anything." Then, two men from Davie Auto Parts across thc street came and tried unsuccessfully to open the car door. They gave freely of thcir time and efforts. M rs. Short was still trying to think of other ways to help and even offered me, a total stranger, her car to drive to Statesville to gct thc cxtra key. She called the police department. Officer Bagshaw came. Hc work- 4 - - m i A Generous County To thc editor: Davic County residents, you are to be commendcd. For over fivc months you have offered your time, talents, prayers and finances to help with expenses associated with Brian —A iTdrifde‘s~livervnnvspIantr^Theivshock o f shocks, yet another of our children is in need ofthe same operation, same hospital, same concerns. When Jettie Patton’s call came in the early mor­ ning hours of last Sunday, we had barely enough money in her trust fund to call it a trust fund. Fortunately, the air ambulance personnel conceded for her to comc along with the promise of payment later. By close ofbusiness Monday, we had.enough money to sustain the Pattons in Chicago for a while and lo pay for'thc air ambulance whieh had already called for payment. This was made possible by thc outpouring oflove from our churches, our concerned citizens, and our civic organizations, all of which were already strained from previous support to the Andrade child. We as a county can be proud ofthese united efforts to help these families. 1 want to extend a personal, public thanks to two ofour county leaders. Johnny Fryc, head of our EM S, coordinated the effort with the rescue squad to gct the Patton family to Douglas Airport. Tom Cook. Rescue Squad chief, got the Pattons safely and timely to the steps ofthe air ambulance. Without these two fine men, I am not sure what the outcome would have been. W c know from experience, how expensive thc coming months are going to bc for the Patton family. Thc citizens of Cooleemee. under the leadership of M ark English, are once again rallying to the cause with plans for fundraising activities scheduled on into May. They arc: bake sale April 14 at thc Cooleemee Shopping Center; '. barbecue dinner at the American Legion Post 54 on Gladstone : Road, serving beginning at 11 a.m, on April 21; a poor man's ; suppcr at thc Cooleemee School, serving starts at 4 p.tn^ Jettie ; Patton’s “ Super D ay" on May 12 at three locations — Bermuda 1 Quay Shopping Center, W al-M art, and the Cooleemee Shopping : Center. Thc cvcnt promises live entertainment, bake sales, car ■ washes, food. ; .lf you would like to help at any of thesc events with your timc ; er your donations, contact M ark English at 284-2798 during - ,.businesi hours or 284-2986 after business hours. - r > Again, thunk you Davie County from myself and on behalf o f Patton family, Marlene Godbey Route 1, Mocksville Trustee, Brian Andradc Trust Fund cd also in attempts to open thc door. C h iefo f Police Tom Foster, as 1 later learned who hc was, camc by to assist O fficer Bagshaw evcn though it was his day o ff frotn work. Then, C hief Foster offered and insisted that hc drive me to Statesville to gct thc ex­ tra key — which hc did. This is the way I finally, after two hours, got my car door unlocked, drove away from Mocksville and back to Statcsvillc feeling for sure that God in all His love uses pcoplc to takc carc ofus, and that there arc still thosc pcoplc in thc world who allow Action Got His Goat To thc editor: lt seems the sheriff’s department has thc crimc situation wcll in hand when all the deputies have to do is shoot defenseless goats. Maybc he mistook thc goat fora bull. Ifthat was thecase, thcy should takc away his gun and give him a sword and cape. O r bet­ ter yet a capc and broomstick; hc could do too much damage with a sword. * * * It sccms, ifo u r law enforcement officers can’t subdue a goat without gun play, I don’t know what to think. Now , if that would have becn a dopc dealer or a habitual crim inal, I ’d say givc him a citation. At least hc would save thc taxpayers thc expense of a trial. But a goat? That isn’t saying very much for Davie County 's finest. Swcdc Jurgensen Route 3, Advance Davie History *--.^-V^>e, -*<rjQZ&! Glasscock Family This is a Glasscock family photograph. If you can iden­ tify the persons, contact Doris Frye at the Davie C o u n ­ ty Public Library, w here this photograph is on file. It is loaned by the Davie Historical and G enealogical Society. '^ W f'iS % & '*' ^ $ feS B v % 0$ij$jB $kS. JtMk-: Jm-;&.<&'3&................WBWt-'Wfl#F*-<.>'f!Vtv; '«='■■>• ' ■•',••:• • S^:V;*B8mW .i$ffi' ry •* 'f--^*ft - .'*vA' • afd Jcttie Dawn PaUoo Trus| •For Professionalism & Continued Progress Register & Vote William R. “Bill” WOOTEN S t o r M f Of Davie County ln The May tth Democratic Prim ary * General Election ^ ^ ^ N y j w y u y y w w w | ^ y y | ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ erience themsclvcs to be of scrvicc to others. Mocksvillc will now be morc of a spccial place to me because o f thc special people in your town who cared enough to help. You pcoplc in Mocksvillc can be proud o f your little town, ils police department and its citizens who take in strangers, provide for thcir necds and send thcm away with rieh blessings. May God bless this town and its officials and its citizens. Frankic M artin Statcsvillc Students Study Recycling To thc editor: In recognition o f Earth Day. wc fifth and sixth grade students in M rs. Slogick’s science class at W illiam R. Davie have decid­ ed to start a rccycling program and nced your help. W c have studied plants and animals in thc environment and how they help each other live. W c have learned that thc earth is big, but it can only hold a ccrtain number o f animals, plants and a limited amount o f wastes. W e have already discussed several ideas concerning rccycling. A gucst speaker has becn schcdulcd to visit our school on April 24 to discuss recycling. If thcrc arc others interested in helping us form our own recycling program, contact our school at 492-5421. or write: W illiam R. 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S t . ilis v illc N C l> lio iu - B /J 9091 ^ n k v iE COUNTY KNTKRPRISK KKCORI>, THURSDAY, April 12, 199«/ "'<!f B>i -<n.mv .-. .-■ -> y 'r& ? ■■■ ^ .'r f---:^ A .. . ,, : •. • • .' ---.‘; - -v.--f ^-'> ''> ,; ;-;r f. .j i««’ ,A c ? " v f r % i . ■ ,j.:.).!-^ Enterprise Receives Five Press Awards i * : Fergusson The Rev. A rcher Livengood (right) asks M ocksville Tow n Board m em bers not to rezone land for store. — Photo by Robin Fergusson Town Denies Rezoning At Sain Road $y Keren Jarvis Qavie County Enterprise-Record ; Residents along Sain Road and U.S. 158 don’t want a convcnicncc 4ore in thcir neighborhood. I About 30 of them told the Mocksville Town Board that last *eek. L The commissioners, after hear­ ing comments and seeing a petition signed by about 90 adjacent pro­ perty owners, denied a request on April 3 by B.E. Tuttle to build a convenience store at U.S. 158 and Sain Road. • “ There is no one in favor of this," said Harill Powell, attorney for the opposition. “ A great deal ofharm could come to this area.” Tuttle had asked the board members to consider rezoning the 13.69 acre tract from Residential R-20 to Highway Business. Tuttle was not at the meeting. Board members unanimously agreed to deny the request. Dr. F.W. Slate abstained from voting because he has some interest in the property. “ I don’t want this to luippen because of the tranquility, peace and residential harmony we have in this community." said Archer Livengood. ‘‘Once you open a Pandora’s box. you don’t know Mocksville Briefs Tennis Court Construction Slow The new tennis courts scheduled to be built near South Davie Junior High School are at a standstill. Town Manager Terry Brallcy told Mocksville Town Board members on April 3 that only one bid was received for construc­ tion of the tennis courts, which were approved by the board last year. “ Therefore we couldn’t open the bid.” said Brallcy. He said most contractors were unahle to handle all stages of the ten­ nis court construction. "Ifw e break it down into different aspects we would get more bids and probably save some money,” said Brallcy. Bids will be reopened again, he said. Recreation Director Mike Garner said the local committee form­ ed to oversee the completion of the courts is also at a standstill. “ We’re at a crossroads at determining which type of lighting system to proceed with, muscoc or shoebox," said Garner. “ Muscoe is the stadium type of light, lt would be much simpler to oversee and administer." The muscoe lighting requires a 50 foot pole versus a 20 foot pole for the shoebox style lighting. “ Either system would do a goodjob and we don’t know the cost difference between the two yet." ____________ Town To Request DOT Funds Mocksville Town Manager Terry Brallcy, Town Planner Steve Leary and Mayor Nick Mando will meet with the N.C. Depart­ ment of Transportation on May 17 to request money from TIP. the transportation improvement plan that funds the major road con­ struction in counties across the state. Bralley said he will be requesting money to widen U.S. 601 down to Wilkesboro Street to a five lane road, and for a U.S. 64 bypass outside of the town. Mayor Mando said the town has been asking the TIP program for a U.S. 64 bypass each year since 1959 and has been denied every time. “ I’m not sure ifwe will get funded.” said Brallcy. “ But I still think it is a pressing need." :Police Officer Resigns For VA Job "• A Mocksville Police Officer has resigned. ■• Officer R.J. Lapham, who worked the 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. shift, •recently accepted a position with the VA Hospital Police in Salisbury. “We hate to lose him," said Police ChiefTom Foster. “ He will be staying on with us on a part-time basis to till wc find another officer." Lapham will work about five or six hours u day. ' In other police business, Foster told Mocksville Town Board members the department investigated 109 complaints last month, ;issued 275 courtesies, investigated four burglar alarms, investigated *.l 1 traffic accidents, administered one Breathalyzer test, and made *16 arrests. < * 5Fire Department Gets 14 Calls v Mocksville’s volunteer fire department answered 14 calls dur­ ing March, Fire Chief Jimmy Kelly told town board members. ^The department had two training meetings and had one business l.< $fteti Station Annexation OKd Mocksville Town Board approved April 3 the annexation JUiS. 601 Shell Station near 1-40, will now be aMe to hook up Mocksville’s water and r_j. Awrotioo of property is only allowed within a p ^ < g d w 6 ityjto*s. ri^f?v-:v;-' '■ ;• i:-#^tWf'-y.''>V' ■'■•■■a ^ i i — ■■ . . i i ... what can happen." Christine Clement said: “ Wc are well serviced with convenience stores. There’s Floyd’s coming out oftown and Ed Barnhardt’s almost in sight.” “ It’s necessary for the highway patrol to sit there and regulate traf­ fic.” she said. “ And it’s a main track for school buses." Clement said the convenience store would attract too many peo­ ple during the night. “ You won’t believe what you see when you go by the Pantry at 3:30 in the morn­ ing." she said. “ It’s just as busy then as when the kids get out of school and are there." Re-Zoning Approvals ln other re-zoning requests, thc Mocksville Town Board unanimously approved a request by A.A. Foltz and others to rczone property from Rcsidcntial- Manufacturcd Home (R-M) to In­ dustrial (1). The property lies off U.S. 64 cast of town at Bethel Church Road. Foltz requested to rczone ad­ joining property fronting on U.S. 64 and Bethcl Church Road from Residential Mobile Home to Residential R-I5. There was no opposition at the public hearing. • Board members also approv­ ed an amended plat showing three single family residential lots titled Stonybrook, Section Two. These lots lic on the west side of Sanford Road (SR 1301) approximately .3 of a mile off U.S. 601. Three staff members ofthe Davie County Enterprise Record receiv­ ed awards at the 1990 spring in­ stitute of the N .C . Presswomen. G c n e r a I Manager Robin F e r g u s s o n swept thc only photography category, taking first, second and third places. News Editor Kathy D. Chaffin took second in feature writing for non-daily newspapers. Reporter Karen Jarvis took a third place award in that category. Jamic Francis, a photographer for the Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, Va., judged Fergusson’s entries the best three among 21 entered in the photography competition. A series of photographs taken during the Tim Grubb murder trial rcccived a first place award. “ Good story telling pictures from a very tough situation," Francis said. Second place went to a photograph of Mocksville-Davie American Legion baseball player Mike McDaniel being tagged out — in thc face — at the plate dur­ ing a game at Rich Park last sum­ mer. "Unusual humorous picture from a baseball game,” Francis wrotc. “ Good peak moment.” Third place was for a color photograph of a woman surveying damage of a mobile home which had been overturned bv a tornado Chaffin Jarvte in -the Pino community last May. “Solid documentary picture," tfre,; judge wrote. “Gives a good idea., of the damage." Chaffin’s second place feature, writing award was for a story oh community support for pregnant, teen-agers. “T k writer went right to the source to explore a problem too often ignored in the pages of newspapers," said tfw judge,. Kevin Kirkland, assistant ctty. editor of the Free Lance-Star ip Fredericksburg, Va. “Sevenjl. points of view help make this.a comprehensive and informative story that also manages to be a good read.” Jarvis received the third phwe award for an article about Forty Fontana's years in the country music scene. Kirkland wrote: “TOe' profile gives readers a good fed for a colorful character. Sometimes aH it takes for a good feaure is a sub*' ject who loves to tell stories and f' writer who can retell the best of them." There were 42 entries in the' feature writing category. Easter $ $ $ for everyone on your hst... Large Assortment Russell Stover® Candy ★ Eggs ★ Baskets *~ ★ Boxes BasketFlllen F ott-a -E gg W ra p -a -E g g E gg D ye, C andy E ggs, P lush R a b b its (All Sizes) E a sie r C hteks E tc. O . Large Assortement Plush 'A nim als Easter Cards Party Supplies When von cure enough to sent1 (he rcrv best... Foster-Rauch Drug Co Wilkwboro Street, Mocksville 704-634-2141 m m DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY. Aprll 12, l99*-$ :":\County Clerk Walks Out; 7th To Leave In 3 Month$f By Mike Barnhar<ll Davie County Enterprise-Record . The clerk to tlie Davie County Board of Commissioners walkeil away from !icr job April 4. Linda Whitaker, a 5 '/i year county employee, said she was tircd of “ games" played by some of thc commissioners and county employees. She was also an administrative assistant to the county manager. Whitaker said shc hadn’t plann­ ed on quitting when she went to work that Wednesday morning. Shc walked out before noon. “ It was kind of spur of the mo­ ment,” shc said. “ It's just their gamcs. There's nothing you can put your finger on.” Several weeks ago. Whitaker walked out of an executive (clos­ ed door) session with the board of commissioners. County Attorney John Brock, County Manager John Barber and County Finance Direc- torJim Stockert. Shc said that was for thc saine reason. “ Before, I had thought: How much longer can I put up with this stuff," shc said. Whitaker said she didn't want to say which commissioners or employees had upset her. “ They havc influence all over Davie County and I’m going to be out thcrc looking for ajob," shc said. Barbcr said hiring a replacement for Whitaker would be a cooperative effort between the manager and county commissioners. Whitakcr was thc seventh coun­ ty cmploycc to lcave in rcccnt months. Steve Brown, who helped the county set up a computer system, said hc had been offered the job of data processing manager for $17,053. He resigned before retur­ ning to work Jan. 5 after a leave of absence in November and December. Brown said he told R.C. Smith, county co**iission chairman, and Barbcr he would take thc job for $2 0 ,0 0 0 , a salary he considers low. “Mr. Barber and R.C. Smith, they weren’t interested, so 1 resigned." The two cited a lack of ex­ perience, Brown said, adding that the pcrson hired for thc job had less experience and was hired for $2 1 ,0 0 0 . Brown puts a lot of the blamc on Jim Stockert, who became the county finance director after leav­ ing a position with the Davic Coun­ ty Health Department. Stockert also caused Sandra Hall, a 15-year employee of the county, to quit her job in thc finance office, Brown said. “The man is a troublemaker.” _Brnwn s;ud “ Wo fimircd if he DIAL 811 Forimergsncy ; \ W * . P o U e t A n*ftM ctM about that, so I went out aiul found me another job." he said. Parker look a job as the tax assessor for McDowell County, which is larger, has a higher tax hase and offered a hiuher s;il;irv than Davie, hc said. "I had an opportunity for a bct- ter job. We thought it was time for us to move on." Parker said. “ We're gelting .settled in. I think we'll enjoy it." Firc Marshal Glen Stanley Jr. also resigned in mid-March. He left to accept a job in his hometown ol"Galax. Va. Barber retired as county manager at the end of March, and agreed to work at least until his replacement. Larry South, comes on hoard in late April. Craig Greer, an administrative assistant to the county manager, resigned in February to accept a f f i * job as managcrlifor Alexi County. Commissioners arc waiting;tfti*| til thc new county manager arrivc*S before deciding on whether to fi^£ that position. ,«! wasn’t leaving, we were. “ He wanted them (finance office employees) to do it his way and ask him before they do anything in­ stead of going ahead and doing their job." Brown said certain county com­ missioners had also asked him to help them with computers at their homes or p_lace of business. “ 1 had several commissioners to try to get me to go to their homes and help them on their personal computers," he said, adding that one had asked him to date a relative. "You lose all thc respect of other employees when you start kissing butt." Darryl Parkcr resigned as Davie’s tax assessor on March 15. Mary Nell Richie, a tax olTiee employee, was picked to l"ill his uriexpircd term. Parker said hc had received com­ plaints from some of the commis­ sioners that he didn't do enough fieUI work. Parker figured up he had found $29 million worth of properly in Davie. “ They were sct to complain Avg.Dinner Bell -15 Lbs. Sliced FREE! WHOLE SEMI-BONELESS HAMS^@rk r r i*w r r i r r n i f r r r i r T i f r T i i r i rrT i Frtcn In tMs atf |Mrf Weedav, ^ April 9 tfcm Smfey, Aprtt 15, 1H0 Lb. g^^*e I U a M k k M M*ee * iM g ^rO M U W V n M I fV V ■ M MA a i “---------| ^ ^ T 99 Mti* ^ MN M VMppv NWWVt W v wRVqMft at 1:M ■.«. M April II tor ytw r tip>W| • • »§»'£>> < * - r f a V r t * 'Jualsm& I I 0 Lb Red Ripe TOMATOES S c h o ic e B e e ' UntSwh$ S1RL0IN TIPS Holly Farms Grade A WHOLE FRYERS & LEG QUARTERS lb. l.V USDA Choice Beef Boneless CHUCK R0AST Lb. 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April 12. 1991» Public Records ,-- ■*■■■;- :; ■ •’ ■'., ■ ■> nirt^ry-.v:^’ ’; ^ '' '';- ■'*•■-'"■i -;.•■■- '*r,:;M V ^' —"- ' '" " ■- -',-'E ^;;^;: ■-■=■■:,-".#,- .:'.■■ } V: ‘: lU '.:}?rrt;i;f<SJ ’"' Mocksville Police The following incidents wcie in­ vestigated hy the Mocksville Police Dcpiirtnieni lasl week. — Thom;is Howard Lentz of3(X) Wilkcsboro St. reported April 2 the larccny of a braeelet, with an estimated value of $835. He told, police the bracelet wa.s stolen in February. — Linda Donahue of 449 Avon St. reported April 2 the mailbox and post at that residence had been tl;im;igal. • Carlton Brian Dyson. 17. of Route I. Mocksville. and Ger­ maine Dwyone Dalton, 17, of Route 7. Mocksville. were each charged with engaging in an affray after officers found them lighting in the parking lot ofThe Pantry on Salisbury Street. • Michael Steven Boger, 38, of 793 S. Main St., Mocksville, was charged on April 6 with second degree trespassing and resisting arrest. • A Mocksville man was charg­ ed with hit and run after a wreck at North Main and Pine streets Saturday afternoon. According to a report by Mocksville Police Patrolman C.M. Parks, Kathy Smoot Tomlinson, 38. had turned her car's left signal on to make a left turn in to the library parking lot. then changed her mind and turned the right signal on to make a right turn onto Pine Street. William Thomas Bohannon. 27. was driving his pickup truck behind the Tomlinson car and was attempting a pass to the right when the two vehicles collided, thc report said. Parks said he was unable to determine who was at fault bccause Bohannon drove away from thc ac­ cident scene. Damage to the Tomlinson car, a 1989 Mitzubishi. was estimated at $650. to thc Bohannon pickup truck, $150. • A Routc 9, Mocksville man was charged with failure to rcduce speed to avoid an accident after a two-vehicle accident on Salisbury Street at South Main Street April 5 at 6:18 p.m. According to a report by Mocksville Policc Patrolman T.H. Blackweldcr. Bobby Daniel Brow­ ing. 26, of Routc 9. Mocksville, was charged after thc station wagon he was driving ran into thc back of a car driven by William Prentice Campbell, 40, of Route 9, Mocksville. Damage to thc 1987 Chevrolet driven by Campbell was estimated at $450. Browing’s 1978 Dodge was not damaged. Building Permits The following building permits were issued in Davie County in March. The permits are listed by owner and/or contractor, location, type of building and fee, with $1.50 representing $1 ,0 0 0 and a $ 10 minimum fee. — Gcorge F. Wagner, Deadmon Road, 875 square-foot garage be­ ing changed into living area. $13.13. — G.H. MeClamrock. Sain Road, 56-by 72-foot tool shed, no charge, fann exemption. — Charles H. Terrill, lot 42, section 2, Hickory Hill. 1.996 square-foot single family dwelling, $134.18. — Delbert Paterick. lot 21, Springdale Subdivision, single family dwelling. $74.88. Civil Lawsuits — Phillip B. Blackwell, Parker Road, 24- by 24-foot addition to existing mobile home, S34.56. — Jean Fuller, U.S. 158. garage apartment, $62.58. — Mary Joyner, N.C. 801, 16-by 18-foot sunroom, $17.28. — Frances P. Fanner, Fred Lanier Road, 20-by 20-foot addi­ tion to mobile home. — J.O. and Leola Edwards, Gladstone Road, 18-by 24-foot private garage/storage building, $10 . — James E. Bowen, Beauchamp Road. 12-by 24-foot storage building/workshop, $10 . — Jeffrey D. Dudley, Wood Valley, one mile off Mocks Church Road, 984 square-foot single fami­ ly dwelling, $59.04. — James E. Speer, Steelman Road, 10-by 12-foot bathroom ad­ dition and remodeling existing log cabin, $10 . — L.D. Hendricks, Danner Road, 19-by 34-foot addition to ex­ isting dwelling, $38.76. — Paul R. Blackburn, Williams Road, 1,100 square-foot barn, $24.75. — Robert A. Sechrest, Dead­ mon Road, 1,306 square-foot single family dwelling, $93.89. — Scott Myers, McKnigHt Road, 1,456 square-foot singk family dwelling, $86,36. — William H. Lagle Jr., Shef­ field Road, 1,730 square-fooC single family dwelling, $130.28. — Jeffrey Lanier Boger, just after Liberty Methodist Church, 24-by 30-foot addition to existing dwelling, $10.80. The following civil lawsuits have been filed with the Davie County Clerk of Court. — Alfreda Holt and James Holt vs. Mona K. Hutton, Alan Hutton and Colony Dodge Inc.. auto ac­ cident claim, request for recovery, in excess of $1 0 ,0 0 0 each. — Margaret Theresa Plumley vs. Timothy Leroy Plumley, voluntary support agreement. — Mary J. Beamon vs. Mashelle L. Beamon, child custody. — Tammy A. Fleming vs. Ber­ nard Chanona. request for recovery, $203.91 plus interest. — First Union National Bank of North Carolina vs. James Kelly Naylor, request for judgment, $4,654.69 plus interest. — First Union National Bank of North Carolina vs. Lciand S, Lan- ning and Sheila Larining. Larry O. Coble and Theresa F. Coble, re­ quest for ownership of mobile home, request for recovery, $15,191.63 plus interest. — Mildred Christine Riddle vs. Carl Wayne Riddle, absolute divorce. — Anita Horne vs. Randy Stanley, voluntary support agreement. — Valeric L. ljamcs vs. Frank F. Scott, voluntary support agreement. — Joy M. Finn vs. Patrick M. Finn, absolute divorce, equitable distribution of marital property. — Jamie Boger vs. Jeffrey Howard Boger, absolute divorce. — Sharon Franco vs. Miguel Franco, request for protective order that defendant not assault, threaten, abuse, follow, harass or interfere with the plaintiff. — Lorri D. Potts vs. Dennis Lee Potts, child support. — Paul Kenneth Cudd vs. Julie Queen Cudd, absolute divorcc. — Annette Jones Snyder vs. Walter Scott Snyder, absolute divorcc. — Eva Howard Lowder vs. Jerry Clifford Lowder, divorce, resumption of maiden name. — Margaret M. Whalen vs. Ar­ thur Henry Whalen, absolute divorce. — Shirlcy A. McFall vs. Billy F. McFall, request for order that defcndent not assault, threaten, abuse, follow, harass or interfere with plaintiff. — Kenneth Broadway vs. Joe Hamrick doing business as Con­ struction Services Ltd., request for recovery, $2,000. — Rimtrax Corp. vs. C.R. Anderson Lumber Co., confession of judgment, $1,099.15 plus interest. — Davie County Department of Social Services on behalf of LaTonya Glenette Watkins vs. Javan Daniel Stowe, paternity, child support, reimbursement of $934 for past public assistance. — David Brian Cleary vs. Maria Hutchens Cleary, absolute divorce. Sheriffs Department The following incidents were reported to the Davie County Sheriffs Department. — Allen Turner of Route 2. Ad­ vance. reported April 5 the break­ ing. entering and larceny from a residence off N.C. 801. , — Denise Rcnc Munday of Route 1, Advance, reported April 5 someone stole cigarettes from Mac's Foods, N.C. 801 and U.S. 158. — Gcorgc Washington Lawrence of Route 3, Mocksville, reported April 5 someone broke the Highway Patrol door handle to a garage off Mill­ ing Road. — Mary Jones Hatley of Route 7. Mocksville, reported April 6 a prowler was at a residence offU.S. 64 cast of Mocksville. — Dwayne O. Lanier of Route 2, Advance, reported April 5 the breaking, entering and larceny of a four-wheeler from a garage off N.C. 801. — Kay Bowles Caudle of Routc 2. Mocksville, reported April 5 thc larceny of two hubcaps from a car parked at Davie High School. — Dorothy McAllistcrWilliams ■ of Route 9, Mocksville, reported April 5 a cow had been shot to death in a field off M':Allister Road. jt — Dora Elizabeth Leonard of Routc 9, Mocksville, reported April 4 an old sofa had been left beside a driveway off U.S. 158 ncar Hope Baptist Church. — Dewey Wilson Ratledge of Routc 6 , Mocksville. reported April 4, the breaking, entering and larccny from a residence off Bear Creek Church Road. — Van Allen Swicegood reported April 3 someone drove a vehicle through N.C. Department of Transportation barricades at Mocksville Middle School. — gary Wayne Wise of Winston-Salem reported April 2 the larceny of a vehicle off U.S. 158 west of Hillsdale. — Sally Smith of Routc 9, Mocksville. reported April 2 the breaking and entering of a vehicle off Farmland Road. — Janice Bennett Poindexter of Statesville reported April 2 the larceny of a hubcap from a car. — Daniel Boone Miller Jr. of Route 4, Mocksville, reported April 2 thc larceny of calvcs, with an estimated value of $350, from a pasture off Cherry Hill Road. — Ervin McDaniel of Route 4, Mocksville. reported April 29 the larccny of a mailbox from U.S. 601 just south of Mocksville. — Mae C. Laird of Route 1, Ad­ vance, reported April 6 thc larccny ofa heavy duty, red wheelbarrow from a yard off U.S. 158 near Smith Grove. — Angela MarieJoncs of Routc 7. Mocksville, reported April 8 a residence off U.S. 64 east of Mocksville had been damaged. — Larry D. Foster of Route 1, Advance, reported April 6 the larccny of tools and a tool box, with an estimated value of$2,500, from an outbuilding off U.S. 158 near Smith Grove. — Katherine Byerly Neely of Route 1, Mocksville. reported April 8 four tires had been cut on a CRALCo. Inc. vehicle off U.S. 601 just south of Mocksville. — Lester Franklin Boger of Mocksville reported April 2 that windows of a storage shed had been broken at Boger Texaco, U.S. 601 just south of Mocksville. Thc following accidents were in­ vestigated last week by the N.C. Highway Patrol in Davie County. Teen Charged After Wreck A Mocksville teen-ager was H o s p ita l E R charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid a collision after a two car accident April 2 on Sain Road. According to a report by The following patients were treated in the emergency room at Davie County Hospital. Hospital officials only release in­ formation on patients they consider a public record because of the nature of the injury. — Ronald F. Angus, 36, 9:14 a.m. April 8, back strain suffered in motorcycle accident, treated and released. — Greg Scott Wooten, 26. 10:30 p.m. April 5. broken facial bone suffered in auto accident, treated and released. — Carol B. Long, 50. 7:17 p.m. April 4. strains suffered in auto ac­ cident, treated and released. — Lamone D. Phillips, 22, 5:24 p.m. April 2, strains suffered in auto accident, treated and released. Trooper K.B. Steen, Darren Lee Potts. 17. of Milling Road, failed to see a car in front of him when his car collided with a car driven by Lamone Denell Phillips, 22, of Holiday Acrcs,' Mocksville. Phillips was treated for muscle strains at Davie County Hospital and released. Phillips was charged with failure to wear a scat belt. Damage to Potts’ 1986 Honda was estimated at $1,2 0 0 , and to Phillips' 1985 Chevrolet, $600. Man Charged With l)WI A Morganton man was chargcd with DW1 and hit and run after a F ire s A r r e s ts The following were arrested by the Davie County Sheriff's Department. — Robert Lec Holmes, 47, -of Route 2, Harmony, chargcd April . 6 with failure to appear in court. — Pamela Jones Wyse, 29, of Route 7, Mocksville, charged April 4 with unauthorized use of a conveyance. , — Craig Lennie Hairston, 23, of Lexington, charged April ?. with *iving'while license revoked and 1 -',iwitfr ']poeeession of drug 'SkanaonMedlin, 25, i>,>MockwWe. charged ' l ^ afitaiofmiUttry i ^ j i i ; % l ^ ^ f e - -*'^,Trf*'^ y>*?>>',v‘^* * • -■—«»-— - •• —^ ’'^'"l.:?-^.'^'::’./'- ; '' " ''>%- !< ^ ^ ;;.V !-,. > ; . •' „ -* '.'fc^fT^W^i.v'^.<y- — Joann Combs Powe, 34, of Routc 4, Mocksville, charged April 7 with writing a worthless check. — Douglas Scott Hinson, 19, of Cooleemee, charged April 5 with breaking and entering and a pro­ bation violation. — Jimmy Wayne Brown, 24, of Salisbury, charged April 8 with assault on a female. Correction It was incorrectly reported last week that Billy Michael York, 27, of Route 9, Mocksville, was charg­ ed with DWI on March 24. He was chargedwNh faiiure to appeartocourtonaDWIcharp. Davie fire departments respond- • ed to the following calls last week: April 2: Cooleemec.3:30 p.m., tire fire, called to assist Woodleaf. April 4: Smith Grove, 5:45 a.m., vehicle firc, N.C. 801. April 5: County Line, 12:54 p.m., house fire, Oakland Heights, Center called for backup; Cooleemee, 3:44 p.m., grass firc, near Spillman’s Trailer Park, Jerusalem called for backup; Smith Grove, 5:13 p.m., wotxis fire, N.C. 801; Center, 10:09 p.m., auto accident, U.S. 601. April 7: Smith Grove, 10:15 p.m., altic fire, 101 Riverbend Drive. April S: Mocksville, 8; 15 p.m., fitt atorm activation at Autumn Care nursing home; Smith Grove, 11:47 p.m., auto accident, M0. two vehicle accident April 2 on 1-40. Herman Williams. 46, of Route 12 was charged after the 4:05 p.m. wreck. According to Trooper K.B. Steen. Williams drove his car from the ^rass median onto the 140 east- bound lane and Tnto the jfAth of a van driven by William Jay Washo, 41, of Fayetteville. Washo"s van was unable to avoid hitting William's car and after the two vehicles collided, Washo's van sideswipcd the guardrail. Williams left the scene and was arrested off U.S. 64 in a parking lot, Stecn reported. Damage to Washo's 1989 Dodge was estimated at $ 1,2 0 0 and to Williams’ 1990 Ford, $800. Car Wrecks On Campbell Road A Route 8, Mocksville man was charged with careless and reckless driving after he lost control of his car April 3 on Campbell Road at Mocksville Middle School. Michael Jeffrey Gaither, 34, was traveling east on Camphell Road at about 65 mph in a posted 25 mph curve, according to a report by Trooper K.B. Steen. Gaither skidd­ ed off the road straight ahead into a marked barrier and into the school yard and the bus parking lot at Mocksville Middle Schuol. Gaither continued home.' Steen noted the accident happen­ ed at 2:15 p.m. when school was in session. Damage to Gaither’s 1974 Chevrolet was estimated at $400. Ckmmons Woman Charged A Ckmmons woman was charg­ ed with making an^unsafe traffic movement April 4 on U.S. 158 in Hillsdale. According to a report by Trooper D.R. McCoy, Eilccn West Wall, 70, was traveling west on U.S. 158 when she drove her car into the path of another car as she was trying to make a left turn into the First Union Bank. Wall collided with a car driven by Charles Lindsay Long. 48, of Route 2, Advance. Damage to Long's 1986 Chevrolet was estimated at $1,200, and to Wall’s 1986 Chevrolet, $350. Saab, Mazda Vehkles Collide • A Charlotte woman was charg­ cd with making an unsafe traffic, movement April 8 at 7:05 p.m. on N.C. 801 According to a report by D.R. McCoy. Judith Lee Cornwell drove hcr 1988 Saab onto N.C. 801 from Pott's Texaco parking lot when she failed to sec a 1984 Maz­ da truck traveling south on N.C. 801. Cornwell collided with the truck driven by Michael Douglas Anderson, 22. of Advance. Damage to Andcrsor’s truck was estimated at $1,000, and to Cor­ nwell's Saab, $700. Pistol Permits Thc following applied for a pistol permit from thc l);iviv Coun­ ty ShcrilT's Office. — Faron Ray l)os>. ?2. of Advance. — Steven A. Correll, 26, of Mocksville. — Susie Cooper. 4 1, of Mocksville. — Donald G. Smith, 35, of Farmington. — George Pilcher. 30, of Mocksville. 1 a m m m m m a m m m m a m m m m — Betty Keaton Cable, 29, of Mocksville. * — Larry Clinton Wilson, 45,' of Mocksville. .loe'Dean Jarvis Jr., 23, of Fork. — William Gary Hutchens. 29, of Mocksville. — Regcmi L. Foster, 29, of Mocksville. — Harrison W, Benge, 28, of Cooleemee. — Randy Howell, 32, ofSmith C>i:ove, Subscribe Now! Read it first in the Enterprise-Record. Send check for $18 to: Enterprise-Record P.O. Box 525 Mocksville, NC 27028 -T -rrrT T ^-— i i *■.-■"- , c i": i, •~ — : - I)AVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, Land Transfers s' j _ Thc following land transfers have hccn llletl witli the Davie County register of deeds. Thc transactions are listed hy parties involved, acreage, township and deed stamps purchased, with $l representing Sl,()(X). — Glenda B. Pate to Keith J. Pate, I tract, Clarksville. — Odell Brown and Juanita Brown to Oncllc B. Lewis, I tract. Fulton. Carl D. Sawyers and Rebec­ ca S. Sawyers to Thomas M. Gallos and Rita A. Gallos. I lot. Farmington. SI. — John T. Byerly and Brenda Byerly to Kenneth R. Moore and Pamela M. Moore, I tract, Mocksville, $46.50. — John Frank Cartner Jr. to Clinton C. Boger and Elizaheth C. Boger. I tract, Mocksvillc, .$I5. — James G. Hendrix and Glen- na R. Hendrix to George T. Smith and Joseph J. Reznicek, I tract. Farmington. SI4. — Norma F. Forrest to Steven Michael Beaver, I tract. Mocksville. $54. — B. Eugene Bennett. Willie Bess Bennett. Delbert Bennett, Bradley Bennett, Karen T. Bennett and D.R. Bennett to Mark Fdward ■ Ebcr! and Tcrrcsa J. Ebcrt. 7.284 acres, Mocksville, $25. — Lillian J. Gregory to Mitzi Gregory Foster, James II. Gregory and Leonard F. Gregory. 4 tracts, Farmington. — lilmer Wade Stewart and Kimberly F. Stewart to Jerry E. Hege and Vennie Hege, I tract. Mocksville, $I3. — l-dward C. Barnhardt and Doris W. Barnhardt to Paul Willard Jr. and Glenda Willard, I tract, Mocksville. — Frances Haneline Beamon to Frances Haneline Beamon and Houston Eugene Beamon, I lot. Shady Grove. — A.E. Slate and Virginia Slate to Brandon E. Slate, I tract, Calahaln. — J.T. Greene and Naomi Greene to John Greene Williard and Patricia G. Williard, I tracty Farmington. — Potts Investments Inc. to Ken­ neth Ray Potts, I tract, Shady Grove. ' \. — Potts Investments Inc. TO Peko Inc., 4 tracts. — Su/.annc P. Bennett and Richard P. Bennett to James Lee Hclmstctler. 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Better leave ihat|lakv stu(falonc. lfyou signed the pledge, then you gotta know What you do prom night, is gonna show. So haw s<>mcft<n andpl<iy it cool. Don 't he the one who hreaks the rule. ffS3fwawn! '*>.^ \ M s. M ac and The Pack danced and sang their w ay onto the D avie High gym floor. w Sponsored by WC.HP TV-8. WKZL Radio-107 and Nationwide Insurance, the Prom Promise pro­ mises a lot ol' prizes l"or the winn­ ing .scliool. Davie is competing against Greensboro area schools, and the winner will compete against winners in Richmond. Va. atul Knoxville. Tenn. Among the prizes will be a free concert by the group Expose, with the winning school selling tickets to other schools, I-stimatcd revenue: $50.0(X)-$60.000. 11 ' a student is caught l'or any alcohol or drug related offense on prom weekend, points will be deducted. The school must come up with a plan to avoid such in­ cidents. Already, the community has worked up a Project Prom event, where students can spend prom night at the Winston-Salem Y M V /V Points are added for the rap song. We have a plan, it 's called say no. Let 's heat the odds that say it 's so lhat kids our age who drink and drive End up dead — do not arrive. So listen nowand don 't get zapped To these words that I have rapped. And learn to live a life that ’s free O f drugs and alcohol — fo r you and me. Goforth, daughter of Donald and Alice Goforth of Mocksvillc, did some research before writing the rap song. “My teachers let me take some time during class," she said. "1 went to the nurse and got some facts on drugs so I wouldn't have to make it up." Goforth, who appeared on Tam m y Goforth lets loose with rap melody. — Photos by RoMn Fergueecm Darrell Wooldridge of Advancc explained thc prizes. ‘‘Sign ihe promise. There’s no reason not lo and a lot of reasons why you should," he said. A student from the winning school will receive a free car. WKZL representatives threw T- shirts to boys who hadn't been ask­ ed to the prom. Davie DARE Officer Jimmy Phipps told the students the court punishment for those convicted of DWI. "Today you have an oppor­ tunity to make headlines by sign­ ing this promise and showing everybody how good Davie High really is." he said. “ Sign the pro­ mise and stick to it." Jennifer Johnson. Davie High senior, told the students the adults had got the ball rolling, and it was their turn to make the program work. “A lot ofpeople have bcen really working hard for you guys," she said. **Now, it’s yourchance. It's time for you to show that you believe in yourselves ... in your .school... in what we. together can accomplish." Eric Bethea made the event sound like a pep rally. “The guys across the river think they're better than us.’’ Bethea said. “ Let's make this Prom Pro­ mise work. We're going to beat all-night party for Davie High students at the Winston-Sdem YMCA. Although separate from the Prom Promise, il’s goal is the same: no use of alcohol or chemicals on prom night. “This is an effort on the com­ munity's part and parents, but we are working with the school health tcam," Basham said. ' "Wc decided to go with the prom because there seems to be more of a problem with alcohol, then." The party, from ll:J0p.m .^:30 a.m., will feature a variety of ac­ tivities, including music, dancing, swimming and games. Prizes will also be given, and food has been donated by area businesses. "The financial support from the com­ munity has been wonderful," Basham said. A highlight will be a perfor­ mance by comcdian Bob Gamer, who works college campuses. How many students will attend? Basham said the idea at first receiv­ ed a cold shoulder, but is gaining popularity among students. "At first. I don't think any of them were planning on going." she said. "But I think the idea is grow­ ing as the publicity gets out and they find out their friends are go­ ing.” WUHhediiiom News lhur.sdiiy— rlui.se wimps from We;;t (Forsyth)— Eric B ethea and Jennifer Johnson urged students to sign the Prom Prom ise. night, beat four other rap groups at Davie High. Their messages were similar: "You don't need a pipe to get hype I really think you're the intelligent type" and "lt's great to be alivedon't drink and drive." Natujjiwide Insurance represen­ tatives Jimmy Kelly and Keith Hiller of Mocksvillc spoke to the students. "It's important everyone take part and sign a contract." Kel­ ly said. Hiller explained how points arc awarded — and deducted. The pro­ mise is for the entire prom weekend, not just the prom uighi. hesaid. TheN.C. Iliglmav Patrol is cooperating. and all those Greensboro schools. Let’s show them whose posse is the best." 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"By thc time you get it done, it may bc $15 million," Humphrey said. Dux said Davie County is not close to the debt that the statc local government commission allows. "Can the county afford it? Yes, thcy can," Dux said. "Does anyb<xiy wanl to pay more taxes? No. they don’t." Studies show that, ifmoved and built new, the luispital would make more lhan enough to pay for the dcbt, he said. A 91-bed community hospital wa*> just completed for about $14 million in South Carolina. Dux said. Davie plans a 60-bed facility. "You"resaying all ofthis is go­ ing to change just because you move six miles." Andrews asked. "You’re on a campaign to change people's habits, attitudes and perception about health care in Davie County and you think this is going to work'?" Dux said a lot of things have to happen for the hospital to survive, including a commitment from the community. "1 have enough faith in the citizens ofDavie County ... that the majority of them will come to thc same conclusion thc majority ofthe board trustees did," Dux said. “ ‘It’s the best option. It gives the best chance for survival. "l'm going to do the best 1 can for thc survival of thc hospital," Dux said. Thc board of trustees, in their motion to hold thc community meetings, also plan to ask county commissioners to hold an $ 8 million bond referendum to finance thc new facilitv and move. "V .,-.,,„,,....w ..;■> '/ * u i r i. > f ; : . : , . , . .'-.;j/'>.v. ,:.: .' - • -.. .kA . „ ,' ; h--i'-” '>‘ : E ,- ■■<:: gy-i. \ ‘ /71 , x X . Dennis Sine of Mocksville (front) and Brennan Jam es listen as Carl H um phrey asks question during D avie County Hospital community meeting in Mocksville lai n fe * k * 4 * * - - - B * M M— rn O iO Dy nOftHn Cromer To Campaign To Keep Ward From N.C. House Continued From R. I cannot be taken off the ballot. He said he will still campaign. *iamgoingtocontinuctocam- paign espccially after Jack Ward filed and then saw fit to drink and drive in Salisbury," said Cromer. "Even though no test results arc back yet, he's already admitted to drinking and driving." Ward, former Davie County school superintendent, was charged with DW1 following a single vehi­ cle wreck in Salisbry March 9. Ward said Tuesday morning he would noi comment on the matter yet. "I will havcsomeconimcnts by next week," he said. "1 want to get everything straight and up front and what I'm quctfcd on is the truth. "There is an awful lot of peo­ ple upsct with what"s happening and in the manner which it is hap­ pening," he said. Ward’s first appearance in Rowan District Court was schcdul- ed for April 9, but was continued until thc May 23 session. Blood tests were still not back. Ward, 62, told the Enterprise- Rcvord in an interview March 22 that he inteinls to stay in the race despite the DWI charge, "i"m go­ ing to stay in the race come hell or high water. I think I will make a good representative. With this ex­ perience, it might make me a bet­ ter one," he said. According to statc election rules. Cromer's name may not be taken offthc ballot. If Cromer is elected after thc May 8 primary-, then the chairman and vice chairman of Davie. Davidson and lredell Coun­ ty Republican parties will meet to appoint somconc to replace Cromer for thc Statc House's short session beginning May 21. Cromer’s name will then bc replaced on thc November ballot, which may or may not be thc samc person appointed to serve in the short session. Julia Howard, R-Davic, and Joe Hegc, R-Davidson, are also cam­ paigning to regain their seats in thc State House. Voters will choose three House members this year. Thcrc are no Democrats seeking one of the scats. Cromer said last wcek hc is en­ dorsing Jerry Dockham, 40, of Denton, to fill his seat in the Statc Housc. Dockham. whoworks with Nationwide Insurance, is the chair­ man for thc Rcpublican party in Davidson County. "I think thc general consensus is that therc should be two representatives from thc Davidson County area because of thc popula­ tion." said Doekham. “That's the way it’s been in the past and we hope it will continuc in the future." Davidson has a population of 125,000 people. Davic 28,000peo­ ple, and 6 ,0 0 0 residents in the two Iredell County precincts, which consists of Union Grove and Eaglc Mills. "I would certainly like the seat in the house," said Dockham. ‘‘As chairman I am going to be fair to all people who are running and who might would like the posi­ tion." As chairman of the Davidson County Republican party, Dockham can nominate and vote for himself. "Thc situation with Jack is something wc"rv all concerned about," he said. "When you’re running for an office and you're ac­ cused of DWI, I think it is unfor­ tunate. That is not the message we as the Republican party want to send to the voters." Peggy Harrison, chairman for the Davie County Rcpublican Par­ ty, would not comment on Jadt Ward’s situation, but admiOed Cromer’s resignation wiUbeco*> fusing to voters. • " It’s a very unusual situatk*," she said. ‘*1 don't feel that six peo­ ple should have the right to nurip that decision. ‘‘It's not fair the way it’s set up right now," she said. “Voters need more say so in the matter. They may feel sliyhivil if they have no choice in it. *‘He’s (Dockham) only been en­ dorsed and that does nol automatically put him in there,” Harrisonsaid. V * > County Eyes Grant To Pay For Sewer Extension Continued From P. 1 have a good ehance of being ap­ proved. "The state indicates that it’s a sure thing if Davie County’s interested," he said. The total cost ofthe extension is estimated at $920,000. The S^?Q IVK) difference would he split by the plant and thc county. That’s one reason Foster said he voted against it. What it amounts to. he said after the meeting, is a multi-million dollar company is asking the coun­ ty to spend $ 160,000 so it can add 100 employees. “ If a dairy farmer or a tobacco farmer in western Davie County wants to expand, thcy get no help on thcir cost," he said. "They either have to borrow thc money or uo out ofhusiness to afford it." that’s least capable of assimilating it ... including traffic.” Thc county’s land use plan pro­ motes industrial growth on U.S. 601 north ofthc interstate and in an industrial park in the southern end of the county, where Jockey International is located. The in­ dustrial park already has access to dlc tlie mtffic—that—rmild—be— waler. sewer, rail and natural gas. Balmson, when asked after the meeting, named several reasons for his opposition. Onc, which hc referred to dur­ ing thc discussion, was that thc ex­ tension of scwer lines to Farm­ ington Road at M 0 might adverse­ ly affect thc intersection. Thc two- lane bridge is not equipped to han- generatcd by the extension, he said. Bahnson said thc result might bc a traffic congestion problem like the one in Clemmons. Another reason Balmson was against thc motion is that the ex­ tension might require the condem­ nation of land, "which I’m very much against," hc said. "It's also not in conformation with our land use plan," Bahnson said. "It is going to transfer future growth to an area of thc county tor for thc county, told commis­ sioners Monday night that thc plant discharges 5,125 gallons of wastewater per day into its septic system. Cook said the additional employees would bc hired as soon as the scwer lines wcrc extended. In another year or so, he said the company may build onto the plant Ci)ok said in a"tdcpEmirmrcr=— and^idd_CAicjuiiore employees. view Monday that Hanes Prin- tables" scptic system could not han­ dle thc additional employees need­ ed to meet thc increased demand for thc T-shirts and sportswear it manufactures. "l"ve just gotten responsibility for that plant, bu<^nM*>l*it's the largest septic system in the state of North Carolina already," he said."Itjusl eannol be expanded." David Plott. public works direc- Thc 60,000-square-foot cutting and scwing plant was built in 1986. Commissioners made the motion to apply for the grant, then went back into executive session for another 30 minutes to discuss a personnel matter. ^*When thcy wcnt back into opcn session, without taking any action on thc personnel matter, Marshall Tyler said he wanted to comment on the proposed sewer line extension. Tyler, a local environmentalist who recently served on thc Davic Growth Management Task Force, said hc had some concerns that the plant might not bc a good citizen of the county. "I'vc called thcm a number of timcs and nobody’s bcen around when I've called." hc said. Tylcr said no one seemed interested in tia\-mglinyVYne return hiscallsTmd whcn hc rcqupstcd that thcy do so, no one ever did. “ I have an answering machine, and I got no responses." .Onc ofTyler"s concerns was that the plant leaves all its parking lot lights on all night, even though therc may be only one or two cars parked at the door. “That's not pan of our rural environment to have that type of situation." he said. One light in particular, Tyler said, shines in the eyes of motorists entering thc westbound lane of 1-40. Another of Tyler’s concerns is what he described as an increase in litter from fast-food restaraunts at thc intersection since the plant was built. "They may not be responsible directly for their employees, but they could en­ courage thcm, train them, whatever," hc said. Tyler also complained that the water tank in front ofthe plant was ugly, and had no landscaping around it. "They've got a pretty ugly view," he said. Chairman R.C. Smith said com­ missioners would be opcn to more publie comment at the upcoming hcarinus. Melanie S. Renfroe, M.D. and Phin P. Gamble, P.A.-C. announce the open ing of MOCKSVILLE « F A M IL Y PRACTICE Hours by Appointment 256 Hospital Street MocksvilleSurgicalAssociates'Building , |; April 46,1990 Appointmentsianbemade beginning April 9 by phoning 634-7505 Diane M. 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' ,*iH ' : - , ' > -••>•S West Players Remember How To Hit In Rich Park By Ronnie Gallagher Davie County Enterprise-Record Brantley Smith. Gray Bovendcr and Freddie Transmi haven't forgotten how to hit a baseball in Rich Park. The West Forsyth players, who are also members of the M o c k s v ille Legion team , returned last week to the scene o f some o f their greatest trium phs when the Titans stomped Davie's baseball team. 10-3 in a Central Piedmont C onferencc contest in Mocksville. All three were keys to the win ransmi as Bovender and Transou slugged home runs and Smith pitched a complete gamc seven-hitter. The win improved West to 4 -l overall and 2-0 in the league. Ronnie Gallagher l)avie. which alsodcfcntcd Mount Tabor 7-5 last week, fell to 3-5 overall and 1-2 in conference play. Davie coach David Hunl remains patient with his lineup, full ofincxpcrienced players, in hopes of them peaking later in the season. ••W e've got a lot of young kids who are get­ ting their feet w et," said Hunl. “ It's going to take tim e." Ilitting The ‘Wall’ One of those young players is junior Brent W all, who Hunt started against West. In his first high school startingassignmcnt. W all lasted on­ ly I :A innings as West scored one in the lirst and tlve more in the second. "W all has a good, live arm ." Hunt said. ‘‘But for him to be elective, he has to hit the corners and move thc ball around. He grooved it in there and they hit it." Smith helped his own cause in the lirst with Whltaker Has Oood Spring At Catawba Ray Whitaker has always been a big offen­ sive lineman who played on a big offensive line. I As a high school senior, he was a 300-pound behemoth who anchored a group that averaged 240 pounds. Now, as a sophomore at Catawba College, he’s still over 300 pounds. And the line is still humongous. Thc Indians, coming o ff a disappointing 4-7 season, w ill Whitaker have to rely on their offensive line more than ever next fall. Starting quarterback M ike W arfield won’t play, a victim o f major * reconstruction on his knee. Coach Bill Mauldin has used several hopefuls during spring practice but a running game may be needed, and therefore, a strong offensive line. “ I think we’ll definitely have that," said W hitaker, who just completed an exhausting five weeks of spring practice."W e're big.” -, The smallest lineman is thc left guard, who stands 6-4. 270. There are a couple of 280-pounders. Whitaker, who is currently starting at left tackle, is 6-5, 306 and he’s edged out barely in the pounds department by the other tackle, who weighs in at 6-4, 307. That’s an average of 289 pounds per man with the average height at 6 4 . That's a lot o f meat. Add the tight end and the average goes down. That player is only 6-4. 245. Whitaker himself has stayed at basically the same weight he played while at Davie High School. Only now, workouts have turn­ ed thc pounds into muscle. ‘‘I ’m bench-pressing 300, which isn’t real­ ly that much but I ’ve increased my squats 150 pounds to 550. So I ’m feeling pretty good about that." • Actually, W hitaker feels good about his en­ tire situation at Catawba. He was redshirted his freshman season but came on last fall to earn a starting position in thc first two games. He rotated the rest of the season with Lonnie Thompson but saw as much action as the starter. “ When I came in and didn’t play, it was tough," W hitaker said, " l didn’t even travel with the team ." But he kept his head up. "1 knew sooner or later, I’d get my chance." And when the opportunity came earlier this fall, he had to get used to another type of _.foo*all program. - “This isn’t like high school, it’s three worlds apart from that,” he said. This isa typical day for Whitaker during tiuec-asiiy football sessions: . *Eai breakfast and then practice from 9-11 a double before scoring. Bovendcr's home run and doubles by Transou and Scott McDaniel led to the five-run second. Sophomore Eric Presnell canie on in reliefand pitched 4'/j innings. He left when Transou's homer keyed a four-run sixth inning. Rusty Palmer finished up. Meanwhile, Davie was scoring single runs in the third, fifth and seventh. Alan Chapman had a solo homcr in the third and Gary Blalock boom­ ed a round tripper in thc seventh. Blalock also doubled and scored in thc fifth on an RBI double by Jay Hutchins. He finished with two hits, as did Chapman. “ Blalock had two pretty good gam es," said Hunt, "so maybe he's over the hump. He doesn't do a bad job at third base either.” But Hutchins, Matt Marion and Jamcy Reeves were thc only other hitters to scratch out a hit. "Sm ith threw a good gamc,” Hunt said. “ He didn't overpower us with his fastball but his Up ... And Over D a vie H ig h ’s B rad F oster show s his form in th e pole vault during a recent track m e et. F o s ter’s 11-6 ju m p has alread y qualified him for th e sectionals. — Photo by Chris Mackie Legion Releases Schedule breaking ball was good and he moved it around. Smith also did the job with thc stick, going ■" 3-ol"-5. Transou had two hits as the Titans had I2 in the game. |' Losing Streak Broken , Davie's threc-game losing streak ended with, ’ its two-run victory over Mount Tabor as Tony. Rcncgar went thc distance, throwing a nine-hitter while striking out four. The W ar Eagles grabbed a 3-0 lead in the first inning, fell behind 4-3, retook the lead at 7-5 with four runs in the fifth and then held their breaths as Rcncgar got out o fa tough jam in the seventh. Holding the slim lead, Renegar loaded the bases before a grounder to Chapman at second ended the threat, giving Renegar his second win of thc season. “ I never thought of taking him out in the seventh,” said Hunt. “ It was a situation where Please See Baseball — P. 31 North Girls Finish In Tie With Erwin ‘Cats Win First Meet In School’s History By Ronnte Gallagher Davie County Enterprise-Record GRINTE QUARRY — Someone call Steven Speilberg. An amazing story unfolded duringthe North Piedmont Conference’s girls track meet at Erwin last weck. Erwin didn’t win. Of course, it didn’t lose either. It tied with North Davic for first with 70 points but the two 1 schools took it differently. Erwin took it as a loss. North took it like a national championship. ‘ ‘ I told thc girls that they should feel very pro- I ud of themselves,” Wildcat coach Carol Cozart said. “They did something that no other team , in school history had done and that’s win a track meet. Going into the final event, the 1,600-meter relay, North was up by two points but was edg­ ed out by Erwin and that produced a tie. South Davic was third. “Wc had to make a substitution due to sickness in that relay and Tina Bailey ran three-fourths of thc race holding a hurt leg,’’ Cozart said. “We fcel fortunate to beat South because had we plac­ ed third, we’d have finished second in the meet. “ You can look at all of the events and pick out a place where wc could’ve gotten another point,” said Cozart. “Thcrc were only two -eventn wc didn’t place -in (200 and 400). And there were events we could’ve finished higher. "But just to tie Erwin is great.” South Davic coach Sheila Tribble sounded Please Set* North — P. 4B M aaw 8 w G d N N r-P .3 S By Ronniu (iallaghiT Davie County Enterprise-Record When Mocksville Legion baseball coach Dale Ijamcs made up this year’s schedule, he wasn't thinking only of his ballclub. ljamcs is out to help Legion baseball in general. W hen the schedule was released last week, there were two new clubs — Denver and Burlington — who w ill begin thcir first seasoras playing Legion competition. k “ They wanted to play our te a m ,” ljam cs said. Ijuines “ They’re just starting out and they had heard about our crowds. They wanted their guys to see what Legion baseball is all about. “ It’s a real compliment to our fans.” It’s been nine months since Ijamcs led Mocksville to the state championship series and 37 victories in his first season as coach here. But the talk of that special season has never ended and with the release of the 30-game schedule, fans are gearing up for another successful cam­ paign. Mocksville has 11 returning players and, ijames says, a very strong schedule. “ft's the best sche*Ue I’ve ever had," he said. ... . ••..'<*•” :•'’'■ ■ • — I tm ••:.: r “ W e wanted to play the best competition and also accomodate our fans. Thcy wcrc such a big part o fo u r success and we wanted a top product for them .” Sixteen of thc dates are at home and twice Mocksville w ill have four-game homcstands. From June 11 through June 15. Mocksville will play High Point, Rowan County. Haw River and Thomasvillc. From June 2 1 through June 24, thc Legion lakes on Ashcboro, North W ilkesboro, Lexington and Stanly County. Stanly will end the regular season. • The ever-confident ljamcs also scheduled a Sun.day afternoon gamc at Chcrryville on June 3. That w ill be the location for the Southeastern Regionals and listening to Ijames, one would think Mocksville already has a berth there. “ That’s where they're holding the regionals and we want to get a feel for the field,” he said. Mocksville w ill also make a road trip to the eastern part ofthe state to participate in the Jtme 9-10 Down East Tournament. On Saturday night, Post 174 meets Wilson and then meets Snow Hill Sunday afternoon. “ Thc people in Wilson are trying to bring minor league baseball there," he explained. “ They’ve already had thc Junior Olympic team Please See Legion — 1*. 3B LEGION SCHEDULE May 19 RElDSVILLE 6:00* 20 at Montgomery County 7:45 ‘ 23 MOORESVILl.E 7:45 25 BURLINGTON 7:30 26 at Rowan County 7:45 27 EASTERN RALDOLPH 7:30 28 at Thomasvillc 7:45 29 at Mwiresville 7:45 31 EAST LINCOLN 7:30 June 1 at Concord 7:45 2 KANNAPOLIS 7:45 3 ui Chcrryville 2:00 <1 ai N. Wilkesboro 7:45 6 at Stanly County 7:45 7 MOORESVILLE 7:45 9 Wilson (in Wilson) -7:30** 10 Snow Hill (in Wilson)2:30** II HIGH POINT 7:45 13 ROWAN COUNTY 7:45 l-l HAW RIVl:R 7:30 15 THOMASVILLE 7:45 16 at Mooresville 7:45 17 at Lexington 7:45 18 CONCORD 7:4520at Kannapolis 7:4521ASHEHORO7:3022N. WILKI;SUORO 7:45 23 LEXINGTON s 7:452-1 STANLY COUNTY 7:4527Southern Div. 1st RU. July 3 Southern Div. 2nd RU. V Southern Div. Champ. 18 Aiea 3 Chitnipionship. 27 W. Regional Champ, Aug. 5 N.C. Playoff Series CAPS ilem>te homc games.-''v-..^Doublchcailer .** G;imcs are in the Down East Tournament in Wilton. MBW s .t% j* ^Z"2B-DAVIE COUNTY KNTERPRISK RECORI). THURSDAY, April 12, 199« '> " ' 'v .:'-i'ri ] T~ ~ ':F?V.,i:< m m SCOREBOARD Baseball CENTftAL PIEDMONT 4 M Conf 0>r#* W 1 W 1 West Fo*syth 3 0 6 1 P*ihi*nd 2 0 5 1 Mount tabor 7 4 2 Cbo<o 0ucftf>1 3 4 0 lv * Count)I 7 4 4 Soulh Ro*<n 1 7 7 4 G bo<o Gfimtiey I 2 4 2 fleynoktt 0 7 5 FOOTHILLS 3-A Conf 0tt*el W t » 1 *M t *'**«1 0 t ) V>^* t'fd f’0 0 } 7 S>th W 'i 0 0 t 7Svw '•#*'<0 0 7 I 0 0 S 1 w , . , « .0 I 4 4 NORTHWEST 2 * Conf 0isrs8 W 1 W 1 (# tt Su'ry 4 0 6 0f0'0utn 4 2 r 3 St*moun'.3 2 « 2 $u'f> Centftf 7 7 3 3 Mount Sir>I I 1 1Nofin Stohfi I 3 t 3west w*tis I 3 7 4 Nonh wiifcfs 0 i Track High School Track (at West Rowan) Scores Not Available Okle Snol pul — Asmiue |W). Eveni tD), Mossr |D). Co*an (M> 38*4D<*cut-tv*n#/D) Remsue|W). Mossr |D) WelW |Wl 103-6 long <ump — Smith {M). Shufo/d {W) Z|gmuniowici (W). Brown (W> 15 6 Triple |ump — EHii (W|, Zyflmuntowicz <W). B#ch (Of. 6rown (W) 30-4 Mlgh |ump — Jsckson (01. Onphsnj (Wj 5 0 100 — ElliS (W). Sr>uford (W|. Aii#n (0), Aemwy(W) 13 72 200 - Neebil (W). Wmi (W), Arnold lD>. *em wy |W) 7$ 3fr 400 — N#sbit (W|. Arnold (D). Evsrhsrdl {Mi. O/anem (W) j 0* 74 M 0 - Oude (W1. MlllSf lM>, Lilly (M). wn,tn^ (0| 2 50 20 1S00 — Kowolil# (01. Qfsnt (W). Tucksr (0K Wh,tek#< (0| 0 44 04 3200 — Orem (W). Kowon*e (0). Whiiefcer (01. OriMom (W| 15 02 30 100 hur0We — Foil (W) 20 03 300hufdW# - Foil (W|. Zyflmunlow<i (W> 103 32 400 i*ay — WM1 Rowsn 51 5# §00 r*Jy — MoofWvilte 0sv<s County 1 57 72 1000 t** y ~ WH1 flo*sn 5 42 05 3200 fM y - Mooie^'ii* 11 42 • • tovo$nol pul — hemb'-gni (W) Weiiace (Wi Femw (M). Sogw (0) 30-7 Ot*ue — KifflNy (U|. Budd (0). Mem- bfight (W|. W « iK i (W) i i M Dl°%iump ™~ *°dy ,MI Jone* |D| Shew 7/ipt# /vmp — SelM 10). Kno* |M). 8immwwn (W). Shew (01 3S-4’» Hiflh (ump - Krto* (Mf. McOemW (0). •rendon (M). Bfown (M> 0-0 ^ Fofe veutt — no ^trente. 100 — Tebor (W), Brendon (M), Cultwtson lW). 6w heM (M) 11 70 200 — Tebor (W), 6rendon (M) Kno* (M) CulDen*on (W) 24 73 400 — Knoe (M). Diem (A>. Qreen (0). Spiilmen (0) 55 tl 000 — Lendln |M). Qernen (D) 6ernoie (M|. Nichole (0) 2 17 00 1000 — Seller |M) Oernen (D>. Zoi#pne (U). ftipheni (Ml 5 14 0 3200 — SeUer (M). 2a>ska (M). wniiems (Ml. Brown (WRl 11:45 25 110 hurdwe — StfM (D). Morgen <D) 10 34. 300 hurdles — Sates (Of. Simmereon (W) Wmpier (Ml. 8humeher (M) 45 10 400 relay ~ Weei flowen. Oevie County 40 50 900 retoy — Weel Rowen Oevie County 14210 1000 retoy — Weet Aowen Devie County 420 72 3200 reiey — Mooresvine Weel Rowen 0 20 7, High School Track (at South Rowan) Girls.- South Rowan 56. Davie County 52, Mount Tabor 33. Boys.- Mount Tabor 105. South Rowan 56. Davie County 24. Olrle Shol put — Evens |OV M o w (0). Thon**t (Sl L'pe iS) 33-0 Di*cus • Evftns |D) Moser (0) lip * |S) f>SQ* |S) 120-0 Long ju rrp — Pfopei lS), Beck |D). Eao's (MTt 14.4 ¥ Tnpiejum p - S ufrell /S). PfOPSt|$>. 0#ck (0) Goodie (D) 31-3 H<gh ,ump - jeckeon (0). Deel <S) 5.6 100 — Neely (Sl. Surreit (S). Kimbie |MT) Arno/d (Of 12 57 200 - Neei> <Sl. Kimble (MTi. Amoid (01 6urchetfe (0) 27 22 400 - Kimbei! (MT). Pfopsl (Sl. Neely (Sl Arnold (01 1 06 01 e00 - MiCheei (MT). Huggms (MT>. Hob*n (MT), Livengood (MT) 2 43 55 1600 ~ MiCheel (MT), Huggms lMT). Koweiske (0i. Livengood |M Tl 6 M 41 3200 ^ Koweiske (0) Tuch (0) W hilakr' lD). Qfeham |D) 14 50 23 100 ho'diee - Deel l5) 18 57. 300 hurd’es - Oeal (Sl 1 02 6 400 '*ie> — Soulh flow *n (Op»i Su^Mff Neely Propstl Deve Coun|y 54 2 800 '•!«> — Dfl%-e Couf'f> (Dec* A 'r>o>d Jeckeon. MoseO 2 08 P2 1600 re'ey — no en('ents 3200 r#ie> — no #ntranli 0 o , "0 *f lS) (Sl eJfeShol put ~ Corno*S |S) C*' RodgefB(Sl fieese(Mt| 4 6 il 0-scus — Connot9 (S), Ce'i#gen Fodgeie (Sl Reen (MTl i22-3 long turr<Q ~ C'Ofby (M7f H-sgint ($f Brown (MTl, Amoe <MT) ?i.i 7nple jump ^ CfOlPy (Mff. 6ro*n (M7| Cefrulhei8(Mt) S*iesiOl 42-lf> High jump — 6'o*n (MT|. Herdm iM ff McDeP'#i |0l Ce«iy (MT) 6 4 Pde veuft ~ Wood (St. foem' iOi Zimmermen (S). Snh (Sl 14.0 11 4 ? ~" ^ , leoM *^1^* Hegg-sn |S| Jones iDl 200 ~ Vohnior> tMTl, Sender» <MTt Af'os (MTj, W.lson |MT) 22 50 400 ~ McEi*e> tM ti P<enge (51 l-m* |MT). Rose lMTj 5? 60 000 — Aimenl*0 ut 1MT). H*id-n (MTf LoHin tS) OameM (MT1 2 00 63 1000 — Blount iMTl Crever |MT| Huniev (M7|. OefneH (Dl 5 07 81 3200 — Voih-de (MT), BfOOk| (M7) Jores (01. Heffner (01 t0 04 94 110 hu<diei — Se'es iD) Ooodes i5i liWejohn (Sl. Morgen (01 15 53 300 hurdles — Dutin |MT> Seiee (01 UWephn |Sl, Ooodes (Sl. 42 34 400 retoy — Mouni Tebor South rowen .44 4 ' BOOretoy ~ Mount Tebor Oeve Count> 1300. IW O ie^y — MountTebof.SouihRowen 3 3 70 3X 0 re<ey — Mount Tebor Soulh Rowen • H 41 » : • ,e»Ai Junk>r High Track tAt *iwle) Q d e JDerte 70. fcwtn M N . 70, Boys Erwin 107, South Davic 51, North Davie 30. OlrNShol put — W eilm oreinnd (SO). Heyv*orth |El Tie ~ Morgan (El end J*nfcm* (ND) 25-11 O'SCuS ^ Jenkins (NOl RobeMson (NOf. Haywor1h |E) Adams (El 79-2 Long ju n p — H uoi*f (NDl W estb'ook lFl B la c k e n (NOl Wail lSD) i3-6 . 7/iple |ump ~ Cannon (E) B lach*eil (ND). S Craig (El. 1 Green (SDl 29-t High ju m p — f Ga'ther (SOl Foitn^ (Ef Bosl (E). She*er lND) 4.? 100 ~ Hunter (NOl. Allen (N 0|. Redmond (SO). B o il |E) 13 97 200 — Clement (SOl. J Morgan (El fledm ond (SD). V Cfa g (E) 29 97 400 — Tribble (SO) Bost (El. Ham ngion (E). SherrlM (SO) 1 14 43 600 - H endfii (NO). B Wail (SDi Anderson (NO). MMIer (N01 2 02 3 800 — Frick |E). Bennel1 |N01. WhiHey (El Secreest (SD) 2 37 6? 1600 - Frlch (E). Wh<(/ey (E). HuNman (NO). Cardln (E) 5 52 36 3200 «• Jenklne (NO). Huffman (NDi Bredshew (E). Cennon (E). 15 53 54 110 hurdles — Sluter (ND) Potls (NDl O enlry (NO). B'Od>e (E) 19 66 165 hurdles — Brodie (E). Westbrook (E). Sfufer (ND|. Reneger (SO) 26 53 400 reley — South Davie, North Oevie 56 65 600 reley — Erwin (Morgen. Brodie S Creig. W estbrook). North Oevie 2 0? 6 l600 refey — Erwfn (C/a'g W hiii*y Herring1on, Frlck), Nor1h D*vte 4 57 13 Boye Shot Put — Bess (El, Ne'g*i tEl Lsthem (NO). Tribble (SD)e40 *> Oiecu$ «- R OeMon (NO). Bess tE) Scon (SOf. letehm (NO| l2t*1 Hign lum p — Jo Keeler (El Scoti (SOI. Oeeee (SO). Ess ce (NO) 5 9 Long jum p — Peiiereon (El Fishe' (SOI. H endrn (SO). Bndgers (E) i7 -iO i 7f#ple Jum p — D Hemiiton (El Jef’er'ei (E). Fisher (SO). Oenner lS D i 35-6 i Pole veutt — lynskey (Ei. Cod (El 8-6 100 — 0 Hemilton |E) Ruhnow (El. Fish#r (SOI. OeMon (NO). 1176 200 — 0 Hemilton (E). Ruhnow |El. Fis^er (SO). Tribble (SO) 24 13 400 ~ Jo. K 4|fe' (E). Hendfie |SD) Cofl tEl. Thompson (E). $7 13 600 — Ale*ender (E). Riggs (SOl Jenne (NO). Cordell (E) 1 43 26 600 - Swygert (E). Cessidy |N01 ♦ • |. Brown (E) 2 2221 1000 — Ceeeidy (NO). Robene (SOl. Fnck (E). Burche(t (NOl 5 t7 06 3200 — Oorsett (N01. Burchelte (E| R'ddie (El. Roberts (SO) 1? 11 110 hurdiee - Oe#se (SO). Jeffenes (E) S<dorovic (E). Riggs (SO| 17 44 165 hurdles — Swygert (E). Deese (SO). Aie*ender (NO). Sidorovic (E| 23 15 400 re<ey — 0 Hem<lion (E) Ruhnow, JeMeries Petterson, Soulh Oevie 47 i 600 r#ley — South Osvie (Oevideon. Oaith#r H endrli. Lews). Erwin 146 9 1600 reiey — Erwin (Jo Keeler. Jetteries. Sweggerf. CorM, South Oav»e 3 56 94 Schedules Davie Baseball Mar. 15 C. DAVIDSON* 20 at N. Davidson* 21 KANNAPOt.lS* 23 N. DAVIDSON* 27 al Piirkliind 28 at C. Davidson* 30 DUDLUY Apr. 3 MT. TABOR 4 W. FORSYTH 4 6»at Rey,jc>IUs 10 S. STOKES 16-19 at W. Meek Trny 23 CiRIMSLEY 24 PARKLAND 27 al Dudley May I at Ml. Tabor* 2 a! S. Rowan* 3 REYNOLDS 8 al W. Forsyth* II S. ROWAN 15 al Grimslcy * - Games begin a( 4 p.m. Others begin at 7:30 p.m. CAPS denote home games. Davie Softball Mar. 20 at N. Davidson 23 N. DAVIDSON 26 at Mt. Tabor 28 at Reynolds Apr. 2 W. FORSYTH 4 S. ROWAN* 9 GRlMSLEY11at Dudley . 23 at Parkland 25 MT. TABOR 30 REYt$pLDS May 2 at W. Forsyth 9 at Grimsley 14 DUDLEY 16 PARKLAND * - Doiihldioader All games begin at 4 p.m. CAPS denote home games. Davic Tennis Mar. 15 at N. Davidson 19 N. DAVIDSON 21 at Parkland 26 DUDLEY 28 MT. TABOR Apr. 2 at Reynolds 4 W. FORSYTH 9 at S. Rowan II GRIMSLEY 18 PARKLAND 23 at Dudley 25 a! Mi. Tabor .30 REYNOLDS May 2 at W. Forsyth 7 S. ROWAN 9 at Grimsley CAPS dettote lu>me matehes. Maielies hegin al 3:30 p.m. Davie Track Mar. 22 at W. Forsyth29DUDLEY/ REYNOLDSApr. 3 ol W. Rowan5at S. Rowari 10 ELKlN 12 at S. Rowen19el Ml. Tabor240*IMSLEY/ DUDLEY T T "^ T T U T~. -T7 s * i >~* w K B r . ; ; . ■: ^ . .■ 1 .•• :».* EAST 9 ’ & *& # $ M & &.^fe>. »f «-i" * % 4 W' f,Ut>v*. ' " v - l ^ $ s a s s S ^ p B S L 2.j.fra J * s & * ;^ ^ x # x S 5 %r fT ^ ^ g ^ ;^B;:,.^ai*r=-^5 ,,.v i-.^ ^ ^ ^ - ^ J w ^ m k■-:.." - . . . - r * ^ ^ ^ , - , ^ - * * & & , " < ';j& r - ;?' w ~ * * z ^ '-' - 1 ---;va,.*Hw?^ EAST.,R0WA1 E ASTBU K Dead Heat lt was a tossup as who is leading the 110 -meter hurdles (from left): an Erwin runner, South Davie's Carrie Renegar or North Davie's Dana Potts. North Davie went on to tie Erwin in the girls meet while Erwin won the boys. Complete results in the Scoreboard. — Photo by Ronnte i Davie Soccer Team Still Playing Davic County High School’s soccer season has long been over but lhe War Eagles arc still play­ ing, thanks to a program sponsored hy the Yandkinville Recreation Department. The 19-under league is for high school teams from surrounding counties, including Davie. David­ son. Yadkin. Iredell and Wilkes. “ It's a glorified rec league,” said Davie coach Jim Lightle. “ Whcn we played Wilkes Central in the M l. we wcre asked iV we xvere interested." Lightle is receiving coaching help from Steve Garnctt, whosc son, Scan, plays for Davic. So far, Davie has beaten North Davidson 44). lost to lrcdell Coun­ ty 5-1 and tied in another match 2-2. "It’s mostly high school athletes, the ones who played for us last season," Lightle said. "We do have others. Iikc Brad Foster, but it's mainly the varsity." The league lasts 10 weeks and the experience will be valuable for Davic, according to Lightle, who took over the coaching chores this year. "'Just theexperienccof working together is good." he said. Running Matc Casey Jenkins istVt a two-miler — at least, she wasn’t until North Davie’s first meet of the season last week at Erwin. "Casey is good friettds with Candy Huffman, ourtwo-miler," said Cozart. "She ran the race so C;tn<iy would have someone to run with." The two ran side by side the en­ tire eight laps until there were on­ ly 75 meters to go. “ Candy has shin splints and told Casey to go on and sprint in," Cozart said. Jenkins did just that, winning the race. With HulTman placing se­ cond. it gave North Davie a two- point cushion over Erwin going in­ to the final event. The teains even­ tually tied. Legion Report Future teammates squared off last week when Starmounl defeated Forbush 6-5 tx*hind Chad Triplett’s 10 strikeouts. Each school sends players to the Mocksville Legion team. Stu Holt had two ofStarmount's five hits in the game, helping Triplett improve to 1-1 and the Rants to 4-2. Chad Green had two hits for Forbush. The Falcons did crush North ,Stokes 17-7 as Green again had two ' hits. Forbush was 7-3 overall and 4-2 in the Nonhwest going into this wect. West Forsyth was 4-i at the end of last week and coach Brian Holt can thank his Mocksville Legion pUiyers, Mike Lovelace is leading the team in*hitting and is Notebook undefeated in pitching. Catcher Scott McDaniel is hilling over .500 and has slugged three homers. He leads the team in RBIs. Gray Bovcnder and Freddie Transou arc hitting the ball hard as well. And don’t forget Brantley Smith, who leads the team in hits with 12 and is hitting .500. Showing Up The Coach McDaniel may earn a starting berth for the Legion just by what he has done against coach Dale Ijaines’ Glenn team. So far, he has hit two of his homers against Ijames, who also coaches Mocksville. No Contest If there is one sport that you don't have to worry about upsets, it’s tennis, according to Davic coach Marion Pitts. "There arc no upsets," he said. "You'll never see Dudley beating a Reynolds or Mount Tabor." Considering Dudley is the only team Davic has beaten, don’t look for the War Eagles to pull an upset cither. All-Piedmont Ifil weren’t for South Rowan’s 6-2 sophomore center Tracy Con­ nor. the Central Piedmont Con­ ference baskeiball'season may have been a disappointment. But Connor has been named to yet another all-star team in the Charlotic Observer All-Piedmont squad. Not only that, she was nam­ ed as the team’s Most Valuable girl player. CPC Report • Two offensive linemen from West Forsyth’s 13-1 football team have signed with Mars Hill of the SAC-8. Todd Beatty, at 6-2, 265 pounds, and Mike Eckenroth, will continue their careers. Beatty will join brother Jim, who svas redshirtcd last season. • Reynolds tennis coach Clark Taylor will retire at the end ol'the school year after 24 years at the helm. He has a 324-45 record, in­ cluding one state championship and one doubles title. He has won 15 confercnccchampionships, 10 sec­ tional championships and one regional title. He had four undefeated seasons. He has been coach of the year twice and state coach of the year once, in 1979. "He told me this year was the best all-around team he’s ever coached," said Davic coach Marion Pitts. • Grimsley’s girls soccer team has given the Central Piedmont Conference a number one-ranked team. It plays North Carolina's number two team, Greensboro Page, this week. • Dudley’s Damon Newman set a season high in the league by strik­ ing out 18 South Rowan batters in a 4-1 Panther victory. Half-A-Malih Davie’s golf leam has played several nine-hole matches and coach Randall Ward doesn’t like it. "The conference lournament is 18 holes so it may be harder to prepare for that when you only play ninc," he said. “ It's like playing half a ballgame. “ I want my players to unders­ tand the mental strain of playing 18." Track Juggernaut When Davic High’s track team meets Dudley Thursday at South Rowan, it will meet the top girls track team in the slate. If the Panthers win the outdoor siate title lhis spring, ii will match Grimsley’s 1987-88 leam as the on­ ly squad to lake lwo straight out­ door and indoor championships. ()lher Business Reynolds called off its baseball game with Davie County Friday night but the Demons were still in uniform. Making a movie. The Reynolds squad went to a stadium in Winston-Salem and por­ trayed a baseball team in a film be­ ing made in the city, starring Jim Belushi. All-Northwest One of the longest running all- star teams in North Carolina is the Winston-SaleniJounuil’s All Nor­ thwest basketball team. Ahhough Davie had no one *on the team, several of the school’s neighbors with Davie ties did. • On the boys team, MocksviUe Legion player Chad Tripktt w e namcd, just as he was for thefod- ball team. He averaged 18 pointt, six assists and four rebounds for 18-9 Starmount and waa Northwest Player of the"Year. Kerry Besecker and Patrick King I of West Forsyth both made the' I team. Besecker. the Central Pied­ mont Conference Player of thc Year, averaged 16.8 points, five assists and four rebounds. King scored at a 15.6 points and 8i3 re­ bounds for Denny Key's kagu<t champions. •: \i Another CPC player on the Mam 11 is Chris Nelson ofReynolds. North Iredell's Shannon Jordan, whowas the Foothills 3-A Player of the Year, also made the first team. Making second team was Wesl*s Kenny O’Neal, Forbush*s Andy Snow and North Iredell’s Jeff Lowrance. On the girls team, West’s Tif- fanie McKinnie made first team and Melita Wise second team. Mount Tabor’s Crystal Crinkley was honorable mention. Karen Davis, Forbush’s all-time leading scorer, made first team after averaging 28 points last season. She is the state’s seventh all-time leading scorer and set the state record for career three- pointers with 161. She finished her career with 2,194 points v y , : r •i’vMri/- Load..unload faster and easier When you'rc w orking the big loads you need the Super Boom ad­ vantage — extra reach. W ith more forward dump reach you can center load your largest spreader lrom one side so you get an even load. The result: faster loading, fuller loads and easier unloading. W ith level bucket lift you load more and lift higher...w lth less spillback. And, with a longer wheelbase there's more stability and safety. So, why get stuck w lth anything else. Flnd out |ust how good a skid-steer loader can be. Davie Tractor & Implement Co. Hwy. 601South, Mocksville, N.C. Phone: 634-5969 i''-'iv'lV'-r<'U,1 ■■ ' ' ! • ', V •fc^j^^V^^X^*ji^ • "‘ I)AVlIC COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April l2, l<HS^31 «%*&#. '' v' ^ im m , 1" ’ *i''MV^W V - '*w*.'?y^-'jV va,<i l : ^ ^ ^ - ; ^ m9-W-r' ;..w,*^fc ^.; ,S ^ E W i W .:>:^:wvi*&A'- :';''.V^;>t'v~' E & t,t4 *"M ^ fS ^*Mi*"f '^ / **S**K-;.j*w *v ^a ^T>' /lwtf$*| "*fv';M K ir^;‘:A V, ^:t^kv^v^i^^^^^a&-4^ Legion v r| Mocksville Legion player Brantley Smith not only pitched West Forsyth to a victory over Davie County last week but is also batting .500 for the Titans.— Photo by Chris Mackie Baseball continued from P. lB he wasn't tired, he w;isjust overthrowing. And it got him out of his rhythm." Davie scored three in thc top of the fir,st as Hutchins and Chapman walked and each scored on Marion's two-run single. An error scored Marion. But a double, two singles and a three-run homer gave Mount Tabor a 4-3 advantage but again, Davie battled back with a four-run fifth inning. Alex Nail singled and scored on Reeves' RBI double. Sophomore Randy Brewer also had a two-run double in the inning and he scored on Blalock's two-bagger. Hunt is getting aggravated with the lack of the big hit by his club. "We shoukl have more big innings," he said. Gallagher ♦ » "We loaded the bases once with no outs and didn’t score. We'vc lcft the bases loaded too many times." Marion led the War Eagles with a 3-for-4 game, while Brewcr is turning into one of thc team’s top hitters. Hc had two doubles and two RBIs. Hunt is hoping the chemistry is coming together. "We still haven't defined thc roles on this team likc we should have," hc said. Notes: • Bovcndcr, McDaniel. Transou and Smith, along with Mike Lovelace, are all expected to be key ingredients for Dale ljames’ Legion club this summer. They helped Mocksville to 37 wins and a trip to the state finals last year. • Lovelace, who leads West in hitting at .571, <V and is 3-0 pitching, did not play against Davie. • Hunt switched the batting order with Hut­ chins and Chapman changing their 1-2 posi­ tions. Hutchins went to lcadoff and Chapman to second. “ I wanted to takc some pressure off Chapman," Hunt said. • Nail, Reeves and Blalock also had hits against Mount Tabor. • Marion and Brcwcr arc the only playcrs hit­ ting over .300as Davie's tcam batting average is only .227. • 11’ Hunt thinks his team is struggling now, just wait until the War Eagles play in thc Metrolina tournament at Wcst Mecklenburg April 16-19. Some of Charlotte’s top teams, and undefeated Rockingham County, arc entered. • Thc next conference game is scheduled for April 23 at homc against Grimslcy. c<iiilimit'il from P. IB llivrc. Thcy wanted some lop Legion leams lb ra tournament and invited us. "It’s going io be tough. Wilson l-'ike won the 4-A title last year and Snow Hill is always tough. They'll have at least two playcrs drafted in .lune by the pros." Thc non-league schedule is full of top clubs, according to ljames. Hastern Randolph says it is in a rebuilding year but hc points out it has four pitchers back. Eastern's Randolph County neighbor Asheboro, who Mocksville defeated in the Area 3 champion­ ship last year, is also coming to Rich Park. Tony Joycc has left his coaching position in Ashcboro for Montgomery County, whom Post 174 plays May 20. One omission is Kerncrsvillc, where ljames coached before com­ ing here. "Thcy wanted to play earlier than we wanted," hc said. “ We aren’t playing as many Northern Division tcams as wc'd likc. Thcy moved their playoffs up a week." • The season begins May l9with a doublchcadcr against Rcidsvillc at Rich Park. But now that thc schedulc is intact, there is only one thing on ljames' mind. "Now our job is to find pit­ chers." Ijamcs and his assistant coaches Bradley Craddock and George Daywalt have scoured the Legion’s four teams — Davic, West For­ syth, Starmount and Forbush — and have been pleased with what they’ve seen. "W e’ll have a tough May,” Ijamcs said. "It will probably bc like last year, we'll have to wait on a lot of our players because of the high school playoffs. West will definitely be in the playoffs and Starmount will be too. Forbush has a good shot at it and Davie could get hot. We're expecting two teams in the postseason, maybe three." The first Southern Division game is May 26 against Rowan County ("That's a little early for me," ljames said) and the p|ayoffs begin June 27. lfMocksvillc should ad­ vance to the state finals for a se­ cond straight year and all playoff series went the distancc, Post 174 Cra<l<lock l)aywaH could have played almost 70 games before the season is through. Last year, the tcam played 53. It shouldn't affect the handfull of returning veterans. Ijamcs said he was pleased that all of returning Legion players arc having good springs in high school. “ They’re all playing confident baseball,” hc said. “I don't see anyone playing badly.” Forbush had no players on the Legion last ycar but Ijamcs said Chad Green. Stevcn Tucker and Brad Wall have caught his eye. Several Wcst players, like Matt Fife, have told him they waM to play and arc having good seasons. And Davic will send a hostof talented juniors to the tryouts; "We’llhavcpeoplefightinghafd for thc final slots,” ljames said. “ We havc good players comwg back but somc of these other boys might bump them. So everyone will have to play vexy hard in prac­ tice." Thc Mocksville Legion team en­ joyed such success last year thal everyone wants a piece of it. With thc demise of thc Statesville pro­ gram, Ijamcs has already had calls from North lredell players but due to enrollment regulations, the Raiders can't play here. “I sent them to a team they couW pUy with," ljames said. Also, Mocksville had a chance to bring Surry Central into the pro­ gram but with that school's enroll­ ment added to the other four schools, thc total number of students excceds the 3,600-student limit by 18. “ We would havc lov­ ed to get them,” Ijamcs said. "But it just shows how much attention wc got last ycar. This program has a very gocxl reputation. We're respected.” v I continued from P. IB • Eat and go to another meeting. • Practice from 7-8:30 p.m. • Shower and go to another meeting. • Lights out at 10 p.m. Get up the next morning and do it all over again. Fun, huh? The physical part of football was no problem, according to Whiiakcr. The mental aspect of lhrce-a-days is another story. “ Out of 24 hours, 14 are spent in football." he said. And that’sjust the way Whitaker likes it. Despite thc loss of War­ field and the Indians’ 4-7 record lasl season, he's hoping for his finest season in 1990. “ I fccl good about my physical condition right now," said Whitaker. “ After Christmas, the tcam lifted five or six days week and it’s really helped me. I’ve been practicing with the first team all spring." He may find himself with another jobcome this fall. Mauldin has him doing some snapping on extra points and field goals. "Overall, it’s not hard," hc said of snapping the football. "But you havc to keep thc mental concentra­ tion. They say football games arc won and lost in thc kicking game and 1 don't want to lose. I want to win." • Another change is Mauldin's personality. Whitaker said the coach has comc in hard-nosed and isn't taking grief from anyone. “ Practice has been lough, too. I've worked harder this spring that ever before." “ He's been serious,” Whitaker said. "He’s weeding out the bad seeds. Any trouble and you’re gone. I think that's good, though." 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South Davic’s girls track coach Sheila Tribble is seeing how painful a rebuilding year can be. The Tigers had to cheer for North Davie to heat Erwin last week in the team's first meet ofthe season. The reason was that South was nowhere near the top. The Tigers finished with only 30 points, 40 behind North and Er­ win. which tied for first. “ Overall, l'm disappointed,” Tribble said. “There were six events wc didn't even place in, the first time that's happened. Wejust did so poorly in the second and third places that it killed us." South did have five first place finishes, only one behind North Davic. Tasha Westmoreland won the shot put with a heave of 25-11 and Tanganika Gaither won the high jump at 4-7. “Tasha hadn’t practiced but four times and her win was so unex­ pected," said Tribble. “ 1 expected Tanganika to place, not win, so that was a surprise too." Eighth graders Jamie Clement and Stacey Tribble won the 200 and 400 meter races. Clement ran a 29.9 and Tribble, last year's 600 champion, had a time of 1:14.43. “This is Jamie’s first year out," Tribble said, “ and she'll have a good year. I think she’ll steadily improve. “ As far as Stacey, it was more ; ^cyg2 % & *Z h *& w*rrftJ*^S, ^ f e - L ^z *fV-;.<*,; ^ t i 5 S t * *<3nvrt<*r-- UIIAJ. — * * » q ™ T U r t ^ i j i i u iL J i ^^ESSCTHE^H31S r « i^::> ffrfWapefEBf'*'1 ^ %, - ^ ." v .;ts; ■ V $ e M l d d C S h w M ^ ^ ^ r f f l 'jT*nFTr:-'"^-,<i<^ ^ ^ S ^ jB & t o R B ^ ^ * > » **e ffi6 ft& ? * * B B # ^ * - ^ ^ ^ ^ S t e 9 W ^ * & * & J * * * ^ V ,... $ ^ ' v : #■•• ••• •<? :-^..fct^ '■ .v- :••■*• ^ < j*fo a > ,------- ^---------------—----- North Davie's Candy Huffman (right) leads the pack in the mile. a mental thing going from the 600 to 400. She had a good time." The 400-meter relay team finish­ ed first with a lime of 56.8 behind the performances of Latisha Red­ mond, Evon Fowler, Gaither and Clement. “ 1 didn’t know about that race," said Tribble. "I expected to place but Evon was injured. She gutted it out. though. My biggest disap­ pointment came in the 800 and l,6 (K) relays." All South could manage elsewhere was one second, two thirds and five fourths. Seventh grader Beth Wall was second in the 600 and fourth in the long jump. “ Beth had first meet jitters," said Tribble. “She’ll get better and l'm expecting her to place every meet in the long junip." Redmond, also in her first meet, was third in the 100 and 200. “ She was our anchor in the relays and I thought she did very well," Trib­ ble praised. Placing fourth were Carrie Renegar in the 165 hurdles, Tracic Sechrest in the 800, Tara Green in the triple jump and Tanya Sherrill in the 400. "Sechrest only practiced four days before the meet and she’ll get better in the 800 because she wants to. She’ll work hard." Tribble is trying to be realistic after the first meet. She’s young and she knows it. ^ci*Ci^-f:, - ^ t V ^ J ^ * fl& P ^ ii v - J^< ^<tT$ ,,_*.. ’ ” ’ '>"^M-.>iV^6 ifiii'>rii ^ K ■ v " '% ^ s i B g S ^im fftgEV:V- • M 0 ^ & ^ ,■ ’ ’ X ' ; - : ^ v ^ ^ ^ ; *£ r ^ ; iz:;>li'£ /^ \± ,> -..,-' ^ ' ,. -r--f;^ fff^ ^ y .^ / Sonya Allen sprints toward the finish line in the 100 meters for North Davie. She finished second. — Photo by Ronnie Gallagher North continued from P. IB almost apologetic. Her 400-meter relay team just nipped North. " If they had beaten us, they'd have won," said Tribble, whose team managed only 30 points. "But we think it's great for North Davie." , Jenkins, Hunter Lead Casey Jenkins and Jamie Hunter led the way for the Wildcats with two firsts. Jenkins won the discus (79-2) and the two mile (I5:53.54) while sprinter Hunter took the long jump (l3-8W) and the 100 meters (13.9). Neither got off to good starts. "ln the discus, Casey was press­ ing but when she relaxed, she had her best throw on the third try. Jamie wasn’t warmed up in the long jump but had her best jump on the last try." North dominated several events, such as the 1 10 -hurdles, where Lori Sluder, Dana Potts and An­ drea Gentry were 1-2-3. The 6 (X) run saw seventh graders Melissa Hendrix, Stephanie Anderson and Kristin Miller 1-3-4. Sherry Blackwell gave teammate Hunter a run by placing second in *c triplcjump and third in the long jwnp. Suzannc Shaver was fourth ipthehighjump. Sonya Allen was tighl behind Hunter in the 100, ^nishing second. ;,Anne Robertson tested Jenkins in $c ditcus, finishing second. t;C***4y Huffm*n placed third in ~*i m#e and wcood in the two- Chrirty Benaett was second )dapMMUMcd extra ' itt» wiMwhm«Md»to fs ra r ;vv ."•'•" ," • ■'•»^ P S |M ^ '^ ,V f , .. * ’.i '; ik $ $ $ t.... 1 f c ^ f e ed," said Cozart. “ Everyone was nervous, especially those par­ ticipating in their first meet. But Uiey settled down. Ninety percent of the team improved their times, distances and heights.” Cozart reminded her team not to braj^ too much just vet. The Wildcats were schedulcd'to meet China Grove this week. "What Erwin hasn’t won in the •past, China Grove has, so these llrst two meets are crucial for us to find out where we are." said Cozart. "I told the girls they had to get through the excitement and prepare for China Grove. Historically, they've had strong teams." * .4 LOTUS P0ND Chinese Restaurant Finest Cuisine Mandarin • Hunan Cantonese • Szechuan □ Weekly Luncheon Specials □ Private Party Facilities □ Wine List Available □ Orders To Go 766-626 NewTowno ShopptogCwtiw , CtanmoM “ I know 1 canT"beat people stacked with ninth graders." she reasoned. Notes: • Fowler suffered a groin injury and Tribble said it could keep her out of school for a good period of time. • It was the first time North Davic’s girls have ever beaten South. • South is hosting Wednesday afternoon's meet with North, China Grove and Southeastern Stokes. • On April 25, South gets a look at Southeastern's newtrack. along with the host team. North Davie and Chestnut Grove. Notes: • Jenkins placctJ fourth in the shot put. • North was second in each of the 400. 800 and 1.600 relays. "We're going to work on passing the baton," Cozart said. • Four seventh graders placed for North in their first meet. Five eighth graders and eight freshmen scored points as well. • In the pivotal 1,600 relay. Jen­ nifer Hardistcr stepped in at the last minute due to an injury and helped North to the tie with Erwin. • North was scheduled to per­ form at Davie High Wednesday and then travels to Southeastern Stokes April 25 »~*tr,f:tft _ fN ''v '.iP * ' '-J ~ '< 4 $ $ - $Ykf^ " :.>r^->: _ , y ;;ft-.:;_,^. ''11'*^ - " / :.:--w.v 'tyf1"--tv.:t:, .„*« ,. V fp fi >- : - > ^ * i * > ^ t i S 4 B ^ i^ ^ % m ^ M m M !^ :7i'y , ' ^ r' W 0 . ,.>"' ■ :^ y N ^ K F * m - w .. . 't TP£ 'H , ;>j yJi^ " .i, = . .: .:$ps-'v-'- ^''4*^tif3 H - i ^ % t e ^ Tara Green of South Davie grimaces white competing In the tripte ' ; jump. .' -\ — Photos by Ronnte i With A Subscription To the Davie County Enterprise-Record Send cheek for $18 To:Enterprise-Record P.O. Box 525 Mocksville, NC 27028 Reg. 27.99 a. MENS “Pulsar III b. LADIES “Reflex MENS Reg. 46.99 Reg. 49.99 Quantum Force Lo'Quantum Force Hi LADIES B0YS 8Vz-13*/2 30 35 Reg. 36.99 Reg. 37.99 "Driving Force Hi” $ O C ) Boys 1-6 Reg. 39.99 w U . 63Hews: ■ fc*vThurr 11:30*10 pm Frl. 11:30-11 pm >». 4:30-11 pm j ^Shoe Show Hours: Mon.-Sat 10 am to 9 pm; Sunday 1 pm to 6 pm, Closed Easter Sunday DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 12, Depth Carries South Davie To 2nd To find outjust whcrc his South Davie boys track team stands potential-wise, coach JelT Eimis just compared his team's l 1rsl meet ";last week at Erwin with last year's finish. ' “ We scored 60'/a last year and 51 this year." he noted of the .Tigers' second place llnish. Erwin ran away with the meet, scoring 107 points. North Davie was third with 30. South came away with only two firsts but Ennis said the team made up for it with plenty of seconds, thirds and fourths. “ We placed in every event e.x- >cept thc 800," he said. “ We had ■ more firsts last year but we're con- sistcnt all thc way through this ycar." Corey Deese was the only in­ dividual to win. taking the I lO-luirdles in 17.44 seconds. He also tied with teammate Robert Scottfor second in thc high jump and came in second in thc 165-hurdles. “ I was very pleased with Cor­ ey," Ennis said. “That was (he first lime he'd ever run the 165 hurdles. We've been practicing at Davie High School and it isn't marked off." The 800-meter relay team also placed first as it cut six seconds off of its previous best time. "Marcus Davidson got us a big lead on the first leg and thc restjust expanded it," said Ennis. Eight other Tigers placed in the meet, including Nicky Fisher, in his first ycar oftrack. He was se­ cond in thc longjump. while plac- ::: : :A ing third in threc othercvcnts: tri­ ple jump, 100 meters and 2 0 0 meters. “ It was Nicky’s first meet and the only way I got him ready was to show him the times and distances from last year," Ennis said. Another lirst-year track member. Tommy Hcndrix. placed in three events. He was a member of thc 800 relay team and was second in the 400 and third in the longjump. l.ong distance specialist Gerald Roberts was second in the mile and fourth in the two-mile. Scott was second in the high jump and third in the discus. Brian Tribble recorded lourths in the shot put and discus while Michael Gaither was first in the •: ' . v . * x - W rn M d relay and fourth in the triple jump. Aron Riggs placed second in the fiOO and fourth in the 1 lO-luirdles. The 1,600-meter relay team placcd second. “ We did pretty well considering Erwin already had a track mcet," Ennis said. "I haven't seen China Grove yet but it's probably going to be between them and Ersvin. As far as our team. I feel real good about it." Notus: • South hosted Wednesday's meet at Davie County. Thc Tigers squared off with North Davie, Souiheastcrn Stokcs and China Grove. • South willjoin North, Chestnut Grove and Southeastern Stokes in an April 25 meet at Southeastern. Dorsett Stands Out For Wildcat Boys North Claims Three Firsts North Davie’s Roger Dalton won the discus with a throw of 121-1. — Photo by Ronnle Gallagher North Davie boys track coach George Newman couldn't find a two-miler when practice started so Adam Dorsett volunteered to run what some call a "death wish" racc. But it was Dorsett who killed thc rest of the field in that eVeni dur­ ing the team's first meet last week, winning the event with a I 2:I2 time. It was one of only three firsts for the young Wildcats as Erwin rac­ ed off with 107 points to North’s 30. South was second with 51. Ncwman admitted his team was outclassed when it met Erwin and South Davie but took solace in ef­ forts like thc one turned in by Dorsett. “ He said he runs better in cold weather." Newman said. "He said he felt comfortable. But I was sur­ prised by thc gap between him and thc second place runner." Thc other two first place finishes that didn't surprise Newman were Roger Dalton's 121-1 throw in the discus and Brent Casisdy’s win in thc mile. "I expected to win the discus and 1 expectcd Brent to be successful," Newman said of the 5:17.06 time in thc mile. Cassidy also placcd second in the 800 and Dalton fourth in the 100 meters. Thc only other Wildcat to place in two events was Heath Latham, who was third in thc shot put and fourth in the discus. “ Latham surprised mc in that he placcd in two events," Newman said. “ He was nervous. All of our guys were vcry nervous." Chad Alexander raised some eyebrows with a third place finish in thc l65-hurdlcs, while Justin Jenne also had a third in the 600 run. David Essic was fourth in thc Please See Newman — P. 12B Nicky Fisher placed in four events during his first track meet for South Davie. — Photo by Ronnte i moo All Weather Wicker V ?W ^ * ;l - ^ - “ V*yt$*T* * :.« & • :.i -V*."-wA' m What Better Way To * A •> :- “>•»?,.* ;v * v^U Loud'/ R ondcrs* w ' * i i A e o '* e ' A c *e ' Table & 4 Spring Chairs $ 3 9 9 9 5 Glider Rocker Starting At $ 1 9 9 0 0 fcME.<4**.-P**f- & G ^ r r w f f t i ^ i W ' - ^ # 4 :- ; ^ ^ ^ c : r ^ !*<itz: '“"■tx V '.''M;,,f. V* Hang Around Than ln A Hatteras Hammock! I J]atteras ammocks PORCH FURNITURE 3 Cushion Sofa 2 Spring Chairs 1 End Table 1 Coffss Tabto *639** D A N IE L Furniture & Electric Co., Inc. 634-2492 At The Overhead Bridge Mocksville South Main Street ^'^:A":U'^L*;'.:L: /.. 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Thc Loss • Parkcr was asked to describe the first inning of the North Davidson ,game, which saw thc Black ;Knights score seven runs. ; “ Wc should have put a tent !around thc ballfield because it was :a circus," he said. “ We misjudg- )ed a tly ball and then let a pop tly ;fall right beside ofus in the infield ;with the bases loaded." * Bradley Sammons lasted only six •batters before he was replaced by jDarby Correll. { “What could you say to the •boys?" Parker said. “ I put some subs in and let them play, ll look- ;ed like North was going to run ;away with it. Sammons arm was ;sorc but still, it shouldn't have becn that bad." -" But Correll held down the knights for five innings and South started coming back. ~ Finally, the Tigers exploded in )he fifth, scoring six runs. Bubba Coleman, Jamie Watson, Correll ynd Ron Armstrong each had hits jn the inning. J Armstrong then tied the game at bine with a three-run homer that ended up in the North tennis courts Some 300 feet away, v “ Armstrong lakes a goixi cut." said Parkcr. f, But North came up with a run in Uie sixth to win thc game and hand South its first loss of the season. - Coleman and Correll each had ihiCe hits to lead t^ w ay while Hrad Chapman and Armstrong had two each. Watson had one. But Parker talked more about C'oneH's pitching than his hitting. “ Darby saw his first aelion as a pitcher here and he did very well. Wc didn't help our pitchers. Most of their runs were unearned. We made a lot of fielding mistakes." The Win South has become a power hit­ ting team this year and another homer sparked South to the victory over Erwin. Down 2-0 in thc fiftli. Jack Fowler scnt a pitch over the left- field fence for a grand slam home run that gavc thc Tigers a 4-2 advantage. “ 1 had just put Fowler in riglitfield," said Parkcr. “ He hit the ball well. It was a line shot too." South added an insurance run in the sixth whcn Correll singled. • moved up on a passed ball and eventually scored on a groundout. Parkcr got thc pitching in this game from an unlikely source — Keith Koontz. who used his “ moon" pitch to stifle Erwin throughout. “ Keith pitched an excellent game, one of the better ones I’ve seen." Parker praised. “ He got a little tircd late in the game." Erwin got eight hits off of K<x>ntz, four in the seventh. Parker brought in Coleman, who struck out the only batter he faced to end the game. Notes: • South improved to 3-1. • Against North Davidson, the third and fourth hitters left 11 men on base. "Batters three through six did nothing.” said Parker. • Parker said Chevis Cuthrell played well when he went into the North game. "He came up with two real good plays,” Parker said. • Getting hits against Erwin were Chapman, Armstrong. Cor­ rell. Fowler and Koonlz. • South hosts China Grove Thursday afternoon and then doesn’t play again until April 24 at Southeastern Stokes. 'W^>it^w>t ^ '•ffa ia i ■■:., j * j & *. , . / . , ; . . , * : ' ,g , %"v'^*M i'tir;.M '^:"^ v;^ ^ # ^ v ^ * ;• ;. •■* * 5 .•; • -" **•?;? ’ • ,••'"■ i. ' -' ■ •. :rh^m * ■ ^ e ^ $ m * g *fe South Davie s Jack Fowler nps into a pitch (left) which turned into a grand slam won the game for the Tigers over Erwin, 5-2. Fowler was 30 happy he did a victory while greeting his home plate (below), by ■ J m m ',Keith Koontz was the winning pitcher in the win over Erwin, i — Photo by James Barringer North Davie Baseball Team Having To Walt North Davie didn’t play |bMcbaU Usl week and it still has i Sam Beck baffled. lfc Wikfc*s were rained out when it was to Stokes. ,N orth wu p ; ; * ; ; e f c * p t mm* "They called us and said they couldn't get the field rcudy, it was too wet," said Beck. So what was his solution? “ We had an intrasquad gomc,"hesaid. "Hey, my boys want to ptay.” , Nofthi&scMufcdtop^aythe j makeup with Southeastern Wedwday and tiwi uavel» S i * W '$ ^ ^^•■*r^-v-^»tw--w>-Hu;.^^t^T.W^>-iV^^(g Recreation Notes Hotshot Basketball Set April 17 The annual Mocksvillc/Davic Parks and Recreation Department hotshot basketball competition will be held Tuesday. April 17 at the Brock Gym. Boys and girls 9-10 years of age will shoot atl) a.m., boys and girls in the 1 1-12 age group will shoot at 10 a.m. and thc boys and girls in age group 13-15 will shoot at 11 a.m. Trophies will be given to each first and second place winner in each division. Deadline for registration is April 16 at 12 p.m. Call the rcc office at 634-2325 for more information or to register. T-Ball Registration The Mocksvillc/Davic Parks aml Recreation Department is currently taking t-ball registration forms for hoys and girls ages live through seven. The deadline for registration is April 20 and forms can be brought by the office on Sanford Avenue or mailed to the rcc department at P.O. Box 532, Mocksvillc, 27028. There will be a $9 registration lee, which covers the cost ofa shirt and cap. For more information, call 634-2325. Foy Balley Softball The annual Foy Bailey invita­ tional softball tournament will be held at Rich Park and Fork Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Teams participating are B and C class in the NSA-sponsorcd event. Softball Leagues /men’s and woman’s teams that , want to play in the Mocksville/Davie Parks and Any dwrch. open <w industrial Recreation Department leagues this summer should contact Joe Boyette at 634-2325 (work) or 634-3877 (home).* Thc deadline for entry is April 13. Complex Workday* Each Saturday, the Davie American Little League will hold a volunteer workday at the com­ plex ballfiekis behind North Davie.' The workday begins at 9 a.m. and anyone wishing to help shoul<t bring shovels, rakes, etc. . . , . * , , v:,7V ; ■ W < DAVIE FAMILY YMCA The YMCA of Greater Winston-Salem puts Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. A United Way Agency. GOODTIMES GANG DAY CAMP Developmentally Disabled Children Ages 8-18 Eight One Week Sessions Four Children Per Counselor Session June 18-22 June 25-29 “ July 2-6 July 9-13 * "No Program July 4th Theme Friends Forever Wacky Week All American Olympics Session July 16-20 July 23-27 July 30-Aug. Aug. 6-10 Theme Christmas In July Show Biz Arts Alive Summer Safari Program geared to developmentally disabled children that are ambulatory, toilet trained, and able to feed themselves. Ten children may participate per session. Applications will be accepted through Friday, April 20, and a selection com­ mittee will appoint the group of ten children for summer, 1990. • LOCATION Cooleemee Elementary • COST Per One Week Session $15 Activities include arts & crafts, sports, swimming, field trips, and much more! }• , 4>12-Unbp Unstoppable OAVlE COUNTY ENTERI'RISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 12, I1 Regardless Of Height, Jackson Still Wins In CPC Track , Jennifer Jackson is dominating the high jump in ;irea travk this ■ spring, regardless ol' how xvell — ,or badly — she performs. . The Davie County girls track team placed second in two meets last week, one at West Rowan and another at South Rowan. Jackson had onc of her worst ;jumps in two years against West, 'clearing only 5-0 but still won the ;mect. A few days later, she had a ;career best 5-6 and won the event ",ovcr South and Mount Tabor. Second At West ; Others placing against West ’ Rowun included Debbie Evans, who placed first in the discus with ■ a throw of 103-9 and second in thc ■ shot put. Kym Moser was third in • cach event. ! The only other first was record­ ed hy Kristy K<>walske in the mile run (6:44.(W). She was second in the two-mile. Davie dominated the long distance runs. In the mile, Kowalske was firsl. Traci Tucker third and Cindy Whitaker lburth. In the two-mile. Whitaker was third. Stacy Arnold was second in the 400 meters antl third in the 200. Tracy Beck placed third in the long jump. Eliza Whitney placed fourth in the 800 and the 800 relay was second. Second At South Davic had five firsts at South Rowan but camc up just short as South scored 56 points to thc War Eagles' 52. Mount Tabor follow­ ed in third. Evans took both the discus (120-0) and the shot put (33-0). Jackson had her 5-6 in the high jump and Kowalske won the two mile race in a lime of 14:58.23. Whitaker was third. Kowalske was also third in the mile. Thc 800-meter relay team plac­ ed first with a lime of 2:08.92. Running that event were Jackson. Beck, Arnold and Moser. The 400-meter relay team placed second. Moscr was second in both discus and shot put. Beck was second in thc longjump and third in the tri­ ple jump. Arnold placed in three events. She was third in thc 200 meters and fourth in both the 100 and 400.Jennifer ,|ackson 3 iy a H A d > u M SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP Lenoir Rhyne College (Hickory, N.C.) Converse College (Spartanburg, S.C.) Boys & Girls Ages 5-18 (Limited Enrollment) Scott Williams Christian Laettner Chris Corchiani Bobby Hurley Robert Brickey • Rodney M onroe • Jeff Lebo • Rick Fox • Pete Chilcutt • King Rice A ( 7 0 4 ) 3 7 2 - 3 2 3 6 * ^ THE FINEST SUMMER CAMP ^ ^ - IN THE COUNTRY. ^ Boys Track Team Improving iReggie Sales Winning In Triple Jump And Hurdles Events j The Davic County boys track itcain is still improving and had its •bcst showing against West Rowan •and Moorcsville last week. Fifteen jplaces were recorded and two relay ;tcams placed second. • ■ Davie was third in a confcrcncc meet against South Rowan and ;Mount Tabor, scoring 24 points. ;Moorcsville won the meet at West ;Rowan. •Al West Rowan ; Reggie Sales had three firsts at ]Wcst Rowan, winning thc triple jump (384'A), the ll0 hurdles ;(I6.34) and lhe 300 hurdles !(45. l9). Shaw followed Sales in the |triplejump, placing fourth and was :third in the long jump. Phillip ',Morgan was third behind Sales in the 11 () hurdles. Matt Jones was second in the longjump, Ted Budd was third in the discus and Brian Boger was fourth in the shot put. Shaw follow­ ed Sales in the triple jump, finishing fourth, and was third in the long jump. Ken McDaniel placed second in the high jump. Shane Green was third in the 400 and Mat Spillman was fourth. Sean Garnett was third in the 8(X) and Kip Nichols fourth. Garnett also placed second in the mile. Davie’s 8(K) and l,600-mctcr relay teams were second behind West Rowan. Conference Meet Davie met onc of the Central Piedmont Conference's powers in Mount Tabor, who ran away with the win. Sales got Davie's only first by winning the 110 hurdles at 15:53. He was second in the 300. He was also fourth in the triple jump. Morgan was fourth in the 110 hurdles. In the pole vault. Brad Foster placed second while McDaniel placed third in the high jump. Matt Jones was third in the 100 meters and third in the 3,200 meters. Jamie Heffner was fourth in the two mile. 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'*//;.)"^v>% y•~V... rV_y, >L,. «Vft<* '-*:,> ^vi 'V.**r,*JU(Hfe *c.'#* ;This is the makings of a three-run home run for Davie County (from left): Debbie Evans smashed a long drive, scoring Stephanie Ebert and Emily King. Evans then crosses the plate and is con- Team Splits With South, Falls To West Forsyth gratulated by pitcher Gina Pierce. ; Whcn thc softball season began, Pavie County was favored to win thc Central Piedmont Conference, if for no other reason than *putation. < Coach Darrell Steele knew better. * “ Several of our good players from last ycar didn’t come out so I knew we were going to bc inex­ perienced,’’ hc said. Which means up and down play from his War Eagles. That was never more evident lhan last week when Davie lost to West Forsyth 6-2 in eight innings and then split a doubleheader with South Rowan, winning thc first 64 and being routed in thc second. 11 -1 . Thc 1-2 weck left Davie with a 2-2 league record and 2-4 overall, whTch isn't what Davie County softball is all about. In fact, Steele has already had a team meeting. “ People said we were the favorite but I Uon't see it,” Steele admitted. “ West Forsyth and South Rowan should be favored. With our record now, we have to hope somebody knocks off West for us. We aren’t playing well enough to win thc league.’" >Vest Wins Davie struggled throughout with West, before finally falling apart in the eighth, whcn West scored four runs. Davie had grabbed an early 1-0 lead after an inning on doubles by Stephanie Ebert and Emily King. Going in thc seventh, Wcst had edged in front. 2-1. Davie forced extra innings in the seventh on con­ secutive singles by Debbic Evans, StephaiHB' Whitaker a#d Jennifer Eaton. ''lt wasn’t a good game lbr us," Steele said. "We'rejust not play­ ing well. There's no hustle and no spirit." Whitaker led Davie against the Titans with three hits, while King and Evans each had two. Eaton and Gina Pierce scratched out one hit apiece. “Offensively, we're spacing the hits out and you can’t score runs like that," Steelesaid. “Defensive­ ly, we’re not that bad hut when we make a mistake, it’s always at a crucial time." S<iulh Splits Evans got Davie off to a good start in the first game of its doubleheader with South Rowan, helling a three-run homer in the first inning, scoring King and Ebert ahead of her. “ Debbie is thc only consistent player we have right now," Steele said. “ She's doing the best all- around job — but that's no sur­ prise. She's started for three years." Two niore runs scored in the third as Whitaker, Kim Eaton and Pierce singled. Ebert added an in- surancc run in the seventh on a home run. “ We got a little of that en­ thusiasm back and I thought we were getting over the hump." Steele said. “ Then, in the second game, we went out there with this laid back attitude and had our cars pinned back." Again, Davie grabbed the early lead on an Evans solo home run in the first. But after that. South reel­ ed off thc next 1 1 runs. "Pop Hies." Steele moaned. "You can't win hitting pop flies." Notes: • In the first South game. Evans, and Whitaker led the way with two hits, while Ebert, Kim and Jennifer Eaton, King, Pierce and April Oliphant had one each. • ln the second game, scven dif­ ferent players had one hit: Danielle Agrillo, Heather Blakely. Joni Paige, Jennifer Eaton, Oliphant. Whitaker and Evans. In the doubleheader. Davie was 7-uf-24 and I l-ol"-33 at the plate. "Thai's no good," Steele said. READ ALL ABOUT IT! If it’s important to Davie County, it’s in the Enterprise-Record. From the courthouse to the cornfields, from the football field to the classroom, from the church to the civic clubs ... we cover it all. 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That was never more evident than last week wiien Davie lost to West Forsyth 6-2 in eight innings and then split a doubleheader with South Rowan, winning the first 64 and being routed in thc second, 11 -1. Thc 1-2 week left Davie with a 2-2 league record and 2-4 overall, which isn’t what Davie County softball is all about, ln fact, Steele has already had a team meeting. “ People said we were the favorite but I don’t see it.” Steele admitted. "West Forsyth and South Rowan should be favored. With our record now, we have to hope somebody knocks off West for us. Wc aren't playing well enough to win the league. West Wins Davie struggled throughout with West, before finally falling apart in the eighth, when Wcst scored four runs. Davie had grabbed an early 1-0 lead after an inning on doubles by Stephanie Ebert and Emily King. Going in the seventh. West had edged in front, 2-1. Davie forced extra innings in the seventh on con­ secutive singles by Debbie Evans, Stephanie Whitaker and Jennifer Eaton. “ It wasn't a good game for us," Steele said. "Wc'rejust not play­ ing well. There’s no hustle and no spirit.” Whitaker led Davie against the —^Uil:iiK wiih three hits, while Kinii Gina Pierce scratched out one hit apiece. “Offensively, we’re spacing the hits out and you can't score runs like that," Steele said. “Defensive­ ly, we're not that bad but when we make a mistake, it's always at a crucial time." South Splits Evans got Davie off to a good start in the first game of its doubleheader with South Rowan, belting a three-run homer in the first inning, scoring King and Ebert ahead of her. "Debbie is the only consistent player we have right now." Steele said. “ She's doing the best all- around job — but that's no sur­ prise. She’s started for three years." Two more runs scored in the third as Whitaker, Kim Eaton and Pierce singled. Ebert added an in­ surance run in the seventh on a home run. “ Wc got a littlc of that en­ thusiasm back and I thought we were getting over the hump," Steele said. “Then, in the second game, we went out there with this laid back attitude and had our ears pinned back.” Again, Davic grabbed the early lead on an Evans solo home run in the first. But after that. South reel­ ed off the next 11 runs. “ Pop flies," Steele moaned. “ You can’t win hitting pop flies."• 4 Notes: • ln thc first South game. Evans, and Whitaker lcd the way with two hits, while Ebert, Kim and Jennifer Eaton, King, Pierce and April Oliphant had one each. • ln the second game, seven dif­ ferent players had one hit: Das*cllc Agrillo. Heather Blakely, Joni Paige. Jennifer Eaton, Oliphant. Whitaker and Evans. ln the doubleheader, Davie was 7-of-24 and 1 l-of-33 at the plate. tmd Evans each had two. Eaton and "That's no good." Steele said. READ ALL ABOUT IT! 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"The amount has definitely grown." said Vcrnon Thompson. “ The first ycar, we raised $l',200," said VcrnonThompson. “Last ycar brought in $4,650 profit and this year's goal is $5.()()0." llicini|Hon is a ls o In> |iji)L ' lor more l'utirman ieams. He's hop inu lor .10 . up lion) 2<i last year, when (i.(". l.ankloi'il. I)anny .Si)iiili :ind Robin Henson won lhe event. They advanced to the I’ro- Am Gn!fTournamcnt at Mid-I'ines Resort in Southern Pines Aug. 10 -12. ••We're the only heart l'uiul loiir- namcnt that sends its winners lree ofcharge." said Thompson. The team will stay at the Sheridan Hotel in Southern Pines. The tournament will be a Ibur- man team, two net best ball play. Thc team will play at 75 percent of the participant's certified han- dieap. Maximum handicap is 18. Teams can enter by paving the SI5l). which comes to $37.50 per golfer. Thc total includes cntry fee, green fee. cart. lunch, refreshments' and mulliyans. il' a golfer cannot form a team, tourna­ ment directors will make teams of unattached players on tournament day. There will be lee times in the morning and evening. The event is sponsored by BB&T. For more information, call Hickory Hill golf pro Steve For­ rest at 998-8746, Thompson at 284-2992 or M.J. Randall at 634-5629. Preparing for the David Sanford Heart Fund Golf Tournament April 28 include (from left): Thompson, Sydna Sanford, Chip Sanford and Steve Forrest. — Photo by Ronnki Vernon -s* m . z a * v,, 1 <v^t&$Tv Brian Baker surveys a putt. — Photos by James l intn y r Davie Golf Teem Gets Flve Wins John Tomel (left) and Dale Parrish watch as Brian Long sends his drive down the fairway. Tennis Team Loses By 9-0 Scores : Tennis can be a very deceiving game, according to Davie County Coach Marion Pitts. ; "You can go to deuce every time and still lose 6 -0 ," he said. ; Pitts watched exactly that last week when Reynolds and West Forsyth both defeated the War Eagles by 9-0 scores, h- "We di,(in't play well at all.” said Pitts. "Some of the things we’re not doing when we should are hurting us. "We're not going to the net. We're losing patience out there and trying to hit these great shots in­ stead of playing consistently." : West did go to ihc ncf willi frc- ~ quency and that's the main reason the Titans whipped Davie, accor- ' ding to Piits. "They took control when they went to the net." he said. ■’ 'Charlie Crenshaw lost at number one, 6-3, 6-0 but Pitts said. "The West coaeh thought Charlie had improved. He looked better and kept the ball in play." • Alan Pfau lost at two, 2-6, 6-7 (7^t) and Chris Snapp dropped an odd 0-6, 5-7, 0-6 decision. '•“Usually, when you win that se- Cend set, you’re controlling thc Qtttch," Pitts said. "1 thought Ssapp was capablc of winning after fHking lhe second set but 1 just .<6o*t know whathappcncd." .*Clint Junker lost 6-2, 6-2, 'Wric> Buckner fell 7-5, 6 -2 and ’ * " n\FdU loel 64), 7-5. ^NsMvetUy dida good job,of n T 3 F f EtiBfirS. ® " “ 3:>7>vr E f - " ‘ :.-;,i-U^Ua>fc^ The Davie County golf team won five nuitches but played only three last week. Or something like that. Coach Randall Ward explained that three teams would play nine hole matches. One team would leave and thc other two would con­ tinue playing 18, which would also bc counted as a dual 18-hole match. Therefore, hc got five wins in three. "We played a lot of golf last week which is good," Ward said. "This is the type of gamc you have to practice a lot anyway, so it’s good to play so much." In a nine-hole win over Parkland at Wilshirc Golf Course in Winston-Salem, Daniel Ward led with a 39, followed by Robbie Welch’s 41. Dale Parrish’s 44, Brian Long’s 45, Brian Baker’s 46 and Chad Merrcll’s 50. Davic won the match by the slimmest of margins, 169-173. In a three-team, nine-hole match, Davie won again with a score of 179, while West Rowan shot a 195 and West lredell had 215. Parrish and Long were Davie’s top golfers with 43s, while Ward had a 45, Welch and John Tomel 48s and Joey Hare a 51. an 85 while Parrish was one back; at 86. Ward shot an 88, Welch and • Hare a 92 and Tomel a 94. In another nine-hole mateh,, Davie won with a score of 173, defeating South Rowan’s 184 and. North Davidson’s 192. Welch led ; thc way this time with a 41. Ward shot a 42, Parrish a 44, Long a 46,, Tomcl a 47 and Scott Hansen a 55. Davie then defeated South lredeU in 18 holes, 338-363. Welch and . Ward were Davie medaHste with 82s. Long had an 86, Tomel an 87,' Parrish an 88 and Hansen a 97. "One thing I noticed last week was that everyone was improving' their scores,” Ward said. “As the wcather gets better, we’ll play ‘ more and I think we’ll see even more improvement. Even the ones who haven’t qualified for the mat­ ches are shooting better in prac­ tice.” Notes: • Davie improved its record to 6-2 . Portable Covers By MASON CORPORATION t£V ___ 1990 Tennis Team Davie County's 1990 boys tennis team consists of (Front row, from left): Larry Atkins, Chris Snapp, Dale Prillaman, Jonathan Felts, Brad Van Hoy and Kevin Mullis. (Second row): Phillip Carter, Chris Tuck, Chip Leonard, Danny Frank and Alan Pfau. (Third row): Manager Kim Wennerberg, Kenny Stroud, Charlie Crenshaw, Clint Junker, Patrick Buckner and Allen Cooper _onourmtaakes.'*Pitk :VTNy we*l to the net every' worse as no player won more than Buckner’s three games at number five’. Hc eventually fell, 6-3, 6-1. v Crenshuw lost 6-2,64), follow- etiby Plau 6-0, 6-1, Snapp 6-1, 6-li'J^nker6-l,6-l andFelts 6£, 6-0. 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THURSI>AV, April 12, I9W Davie Schools ^ ^ T ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ - M :^ iv ? A a ------------------------------ :-L. ^ ;,,. - _ ..;'':,,-,*,S:h 1 '■ ‘m ;^ f- . • ^ '^ .w fi'm '- i’f'A • w:--:i. . ... ,< .:,- ifj:.i!fi«se ; .;i-.v *. v ; * . - . . s r i --.:'-^ ,'-.y,'-..'i>'!-'V.->. Ifciviu High All juniors who ;irc pliimiiny tn attend a four year college are en­ couraged to lake the SAT at least onec this sehool year. Students interested in a summer job working lor ihe U.S. Census Bureau should see Rex Hobson as soon as possible. The Davie Sertoma Club is of­ fering a S500 scholarship to any student who plans lo major in Spcech and Hearing or Special Education. Applications arc available in the guidance office. William R. Davie Students That Are Really Special (STARS) for February include: Justin Latham, Heather Schleupner, Leighanne Moore. Jill McDanicl. William Dunn. Iris Jimenez.. Christy Stcelman. Jen­ nifer McBride, Matt Foster. Chad McBride, Denise Gentle, Dustin Keaton, P.J. Barney, Haley O'Ncal, Talbert Boger. Lashonda Gaither, Jason Green. Kevin Chaf­ fin, Andrew Rogers, Latosha Lyons, Travis Hedrick, Heath Grooms, Erin Glasscock, Philip Rogers, Kimberly Adams. Elizabeth Bussey, Timmy Gilbreath, April Smith, Daniel Bai­ ty, Stephanie Parks, Kimberly York, Kevin O ’Neal, Justin Renegar, Paula Whitaker. STARS for March include: Miranda Barneycastle, Iris Jimenez, Candice Anderson. Krys- tle Pope, Iyam Lunch, William Buelin, Chris Hardee. J.C. Williard, Crystal Payne, Teresa England, Regina Potts, Brad Mar­ shall, Daniel Coley, Sarah Whitaker, Brooke Rumple, Aman­ da Weatherman, Kevin Chaffin, Tamara Morris, Chris Tomcl. Shannon Benson, Hillary Brickey, Kimberly Adams, Jaime Dyson, Crystal Bledsoe. Mocksvllk Middle Citizens of the Month for March were: Brent Jones. Angela Priest­ ly . Chris Armstrong. Ky;m f)e.sNoyers. IJrian Lane. Malt llamrick. Jigna Patel. Derrick Johnson. Jason Rol>crison. Odessa Owens. Candice Kimmer. Joey Smith, Jennifer Duncan and Stephanie ljames. Parents of students in the fifth grade will have a special day on April 24. Parents are invited to visit iheir child’s classroom and have lunch at the school. Several resource students look a field trip April 10 to visit a local nursery. Mocksville Elementary The following students earned recognition as Sludenl of the Month during March: Kristan Miller, Jonathan Ijames. Ashley Brauch, Elizabeth Anderson, Cin­ dy Baker, Lauren Cozart, Jennifer Stamey, Erin Chaffin, Evette Payne, Catherine Dwiggins, Heather Laxton, Jeffrey Anderson. Katie Beaver, Jeremy Whitaker. Matthew Tuck, Comincka Arnold, Ronald Hayes. The following students earned recognition as Student of the Week for March 27-30: Lindsay McDaniel, Nikki Maurice, Adria Austin, P.J. Cope, Candie Taylor, Evan Hodges. Franklin Cagle, Daniel Peacock. Ashley Hanes, Jolmny Willard. Tony Renteria, Jeffrey Johnson, Emily Naylor, Benji Morgan, Ellie Brown, Kim Cranfill, Joy Thompson, Gary Redmond. Mrs. Scott’s second grade class read the novel Space R<wk and began several “ rock” activities. The students designed their own space rocks, wrote “ rock" songs and stories and did research and ac­ tivities on rock formations. Ellen Foust brought a "popcorn" rock as a science project. The popcorn rock (a naturally occurring mineral found in the western United States was placed in a clear glass bowl and while vinegar was poured over it. Afivr several days the popcorn rock developed a healthy crop of "popcorn" crystals on top. The sludcnts enjoyed collecting data and writing lheir observations of the popcorn rocks. Mrs. Tutterow and Ms. Kares accompanied their classes to Spencer Shops to ride the train on April 5. These students are visiting the Senior Citizens Center to sing songs and deliver l:aster goodies. Kindergarten students are mak­ ing bonnels and hats for an Easter Parade before the Easter Holidays, The first graders are having a Bunny Brunch on April 11. Mrs. Beaver. Mrs. Perryman. Miss Chunn, Mrs. Whitaker and Mrs. Flynn are helping their students decorate their rooms with bunnies, baskets, eggs and all types of Easter ari. The children have prepared the bunny menu. Il will include “wabbit wedges", red roly-poly, tree tips, rabbit pellets, bunny-wichcs, bunny whip, and bunnyjuicc. The children have in­ vited special guests to attend the Bunny Brunch. These special guests include the Mocksville Police Department. Second grade students in Mrs, Eancs' class presented a program for the residents at Bermuda Place. After the program the students visited with the residents. South l)avit> Spring break for students and faculty will be April 13-20. The make-up testing for the CAT was held April 9 and 10. The Student Council will spon­ sor a dance on Friday, April 27, in the cafeteria. Admission will be S3 and the dance will be hekl from 7-10 p.m. Spring pictures will be made on April 27. The PTSA will meet in the gym on Thursday, April 12, at 7 p.m. The Beta Club inductions will be held Monday, April 23, at 7 p.m. Interim reports will go out May 4 for students having trouble in various subjects. North l)avie California Achievement Test make ups were given Monday- Wcdnesday. April 9-11. An assembly for all siudenis making the A/AB honor roll will he held on Thursday, April 12. Congratulations to Jenay Keaton who placed second and Charlie Markiand who placed 12th in lhe regional competition ofthe North Carolina Student Academy of Science. Both were asked to pre­ sent their papers at the State Com­ petition at Elon College on April 20-21. Students and staffwill be out of school for Spring Break April 13-22. Students will return on April 23 and will have 39 days re­ maining for this school year. Eighty teams from three states competed at Appalachian State University's Model U.N. Securi­ ty Council on April 3. All 10 North Davie teams came home with honors. (Less than a third of the teams receive recognition.) Six councils were in session for over six hours. Teams wcre: Bryan McNeill and Scott Tutterow, USSR, exccllcnt; Charlie Markland, USA, excellent; Steve Desch and Ryan Foster. Cuba, honorable mention; Josh Street. China, superior; Tim Fisher. Romania, superior; Nikki Miller, Malaysia, superior: Brent Ward and Seth Carter, United Kingdom, excellent; Mary Catherine Steed and Jessica Davis, Yemen, honorable mention; Mandy Bar- nhardt and Kami Pcriman, Canada, honorable mention: Katie Desch and Manda Whicker, Zaire, honorable mention. Shady Grove The third grade students from Shady Grove visited the Sup­ plementary Center in Salisbury and the Spencer Shops on Friday, March 30. This trip was to enhance their study of planets, solar systems, space travel and transportation. 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High Pinebrook Elementary The following slmlents c;irncd ;ic;ulcmic honors ;il Snuth D;ivie Junior High School: Seventh Grade All A"s — Liitishii Fc;unster. Jenny Mando. Tonya Mullis, Brookc Suiler and Scoti Van Hoy. A-B honor roll — Julie Allen. Bcn Anderson, Malthew Ander­ son, Amy Champ, Leslie Chrapek, Jeremy Cook. Beverly Coulslon, Anita Crott.s, Wayne Davis. Shante Davis, Mall Foster. Ben Forrest, Elizabeth Greene and Rebecca Harman. Also, Paul Harpc, Carrie Head, Heidi Hinks, Kevin Hinshaw, Christina Hodges. Crystal Horne, Olivia Michelle Hutchens, Cassan­ dra Ijames. Terra Johnson, Kelly Jones, Megan Keller, Heather Neal and Sabrina O’Neal. Also, Amanda Polk, Tara Potts, Klin Kandall. Jill Rowe. Ii!i/aheth Rosser. Scott Rumple. Amanda Sigmon. Holly Snider. Matthew Sirong. KeAnne Tomlinson, Jonathan V;uightor.s. Belli Wall and Josh Ward. Kighth (iiadu All A's — Wendy Brown. Jaime Clement. Dawn Goodier. Tara Green. Ben Lulwards. Nancy Jones. Addie Keeton, Melissa McDaniel, Beth Mull and Jennifer Owens. A-B honor roll — Sarah Bahnson, Jennifer Barron. Jenny Bennett, Allison Buckner, Brandi Campbell, Emily Campbell, Todd Corvin, Rebecca Davis, Jennifer Foster. Chad Fuller, John Gaither, Dec Grimes, Christie Hedrick, Kristin Hinshaw, Elizabeth Hunt and DuJuan Jones. Also, Kerri Jordan, Monica Cooleemee Elementarv JoMier. Mandi Osborne. Jill Mayhew, Amy Mason, Shelly Lusk, Amanda Ledford. Christina Robinson, Tracy Robbins. Carrie Renegar, Brooke Potts, Crystal Witherspoon. Holly Williams. Donald Wheaton and Kena Stone. Ninth (>rudc All A's — Tonya Allison. Amanda Boslic. Tommy Hendrix, Ellyn Johnson. Kendra Kimmer, Wendy Walls and Brad Van Hoy. A-B honor roll — Rebekah Allen. Brad Chapman. Lynn Charles. Jesse Coleman, Karen Cook. Rebecca Cope. James Coulslon and Ka(hryn Cozari. Also, Beth Crotts, James Ebright, Angela Feaster, Sandra Galliher, Kevin Goolsby, Emilcc Hooven. Tammy Lankford. Sher­ rie Merrell, Michelle Moon, Melissa Rennix. Cindy Royal and Wendy Scamon. Also, Meghan Sipprcll, Jason Tomberlin. Brian Tribble. Michelle Vazquez, Kristi Walker. Tyrone Wilds and Jeni Wilson. The following students at Pinebrook Elementary School made all A's aml B's for the third grading period. Fourth Grade Tim Belton. Jesse Bonds, Meghan Callahan. Allen Cope. Chris Davis, Monica Duncan, Steven Dunn. Gene Dwiggins, Ryan Ewing. Jennifer Gajcwski. Angela Hamm, Josh Hanes and Jennifer Hendrix. Also. Jamey Holt. Kathryn Jackson, Elizabeth Koontz, Colin MacBrydc. Jonathan Mauncy, Matthew McCulloh, Karin Miller, Suzanne Miller. Steven Nail, Cor- rie Robertson, Jamie Scats. Greg Shcrlin, Jamey Shore, Aaron Sink, Adam Smith, Clint Stiles and Payton Tripleil. Fifth Grade Kevin Boger, Andy Brown, Elizabeth Brown, Allison Clark, Missy Cox. Kurt Dimos, Wendy Fisher, Daryn Glasgo. Wayne Handy. Emily Hunter. Raeshika Jones. Melissa Kimrey, David Koontz, Scott Leverenz, Brad McNeil, Katy Morrow, Kristina Mulholland and Kevin Parker. Also, Brandon Penland, Justin Riddle. Sara Seamon, Joshua Smith, Lauren Smith, Scott Spillman, Kcith Tatc and Jamic Thomas. Sixth Grade Clint Alexander, Jennifer An­ drews, Tracy Barney, Brandi Bogcr, Jason Boger, Erick Bracken, Dan Callahan, LeAnn Carter, Tilden Carter, Zac Carter, Lyndsay Clark, Erik Crutchfield, Shawn Denson, Chris Dinkins, Bctsy Ellis, David Esra, Forrest Essic, Justin Foster, Amber Fulcher, Mandy Groce, Jessica Hutchison and Greg Kokoski. Also, Chris Marello, Brandon Mills, Eric Money, Natosha Richards, Kelly Robertson, Jen­ nifer Schmitt, Nick Smith, Ronnie Tate, Kelly Ward, Shannon Williams and Matt Young. On Friday, March 30. students at Cooleemee received progress reports for the third grading period. Honor roll status or a blue ribbon was given to students making all A’s or no grade lower than a B in grades 4, 5, 6. The following students were presented blue ribbons by principal •Vernon Thompson. He con­ gratulated all and encouraged them and others to strive for better Hoosc and B.J. Johnson. Also, Emily Osborne, Chuck Phelps, Anya Williams, Brandi -CroMs, Jessica Turner, Jennifer Jacobs, Michelle Allen, Jamie O'Neal, Holden Ledford and Wen- grades during the second semester. Fourth Grade Laura Correll, Donna Jones, Amanda Pruitt, Jessica Smyers, Amy Porter. Heath Carter, Hilary Davis, Randy Gentry. Bethany dy Booe. Fifth Grade Tommie Crotts. Johnna McDaniel, Brian Brewer and Sonya Jones. Sixth Grade Leslie Fender, Jason Harbour, Amy McCray, Katie Riddle, Jackie Seaford, Tina Clark, Jason Correll. Brent Crotts, Tonya Hargrove, Christina Shoffncr and Shannon White. 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Hc,didn't know it until he went home and laid down and the excruciating pain was too much. It turned out to bc a herniated disc. He went back to practice and reinjured himself a week before the spring game and now has been told to do nothing over the summer but ;rest and go into rehabilitation. He is on an exercise program. Chaffin was being used at defen­ sive tackle and rush end. He should bc rcady to play by fall, however. Two other former Davie Coun­ ty players arc on the Bulldog squad in Stan Blair and Billy Blackwelder. Catawba Tennis Two Davie County residents ptayed in Catawba's 5-4 SAC -8 victory over Elon last week at the Johnson Tennis Complex. Pam Bcnnett won at number six 6-3, 7-5 but teamed with Kaly Basham and lost a 6 - 1. 6-2 deci­ sion in doubles. Catawba is 10-10 and 5-2 in the SAC-8. Wake Forest Baseball Denny Kcy saw action on the mound three times last week, in­ cluding both games of Wake ^Forest’s doublehcader with Virginia last week. 'Unfortunately for the Deacons, Virginia won both games, 9-0 and 12-9. In the first game. Key entered in theCavs' four-run sixth, replacing Brian Hunter. In the second game. Wake shot out to an 8-0 lead before Virginia scored three in the third, one in the fifth and eight more in the sixth. Again, Key pitched in the sixth. Newman College Report The freshman hurler from Davie County had no decision in either game and remains 2 -0 on the season. The losses hurt Wake's chances for an NCAA hid, dropping it to 22-16 and 2-6 in the ACC. Wake Forest did defeat William & Mary and Davidson by identical scores of 11-7 last week. Key came on in rcilef against Davidson, pit­ ching two innings but got no decision. Brocke Walker and Buddy Jenkins, like Key. former Mocksville Legion stars, are on the Deacon team. UNC-Ashcville Wins Mike McDaniel went l-for-2 against Duke Sunday as UNC- Ashcville's baseball team ripped the Blue Devils, l6 -6 . The win was the Bulldogs’ third in last four games and improved their record to l2- l8. McDaniel is struggling this spring. After batting .475 in the fall, he is only l2-for-57 for a .211 average. He has a double and eight RBIs on the season. Opposite Directions WhileJ.C. Hendrix is becoming one of the Big South Conference’s top players, Campbell University is becoming one of the worst teams. Going into this week, Campbell was mircd in a 15-game losing streak, standing 5-23 overall and 3-7 in the league. Meanwhile, Hendrix, only a sophomore, is leading the Camels in several categories, including RBIs (16) and walks (23). He is batting .295 with two home runs, nine doubles and one triple. His slugging percentage is .489. Hendrix is doing even better in Big South competition. Against league lbes, he is hitting .375 with six RBIs, 12 walks, threedoubles and a triple. Hendrix has played mostly cat­ cher but has seen action at designated hitter, third base and se­ cond base. Campbell comes to the area Wednesday afternoon when the Camels meet Wake Forest. continued from P. 5B high jump and Heath Burchette fourth in thc mile. “ It was the first time Chad had ever’run the hurdUs and he plac­ ed, so I’m pleased with him," said Newman. There were a lot of first time per­ formances, according to the first- year coach. ‘‘We put Ranse Jones and Kyle Duncan in the triple jump and they learned right there how to do it by watching Erwin. And Kyle still had a 27-8 jump. “We were outclassed," he said, "and 1 was really impressed with Erwin’s sprinters. But I was pro­ ud of how our guys congratulated them after winning an event. It shows good sportsmanship." *itiSewman said he was happy ^despite the low point total. ‘‘Our people need to push themselves for better times in prac­ tice," he said. "But I’m very hap­ py. I think we’ll improve each meet." Notes: • North will join South. 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The APR is as t0ll0W5 PMWMS A PH St SC w *1 «1N T<?3W ?6b6 2\ 74 ?t U . 3ti »00 ?sw ?>/i !Q7i Mus$ r *CCtP1 0iU <ii i i Fre<wti W wiwi(iei w < fie e itiB | ^ n we mJi*bii m the ihrt '0 m 962 YadktnvlllaJoad, Mocksville, N.C.Phone: 634-6115 * - < * *%-^^r"Ji'y^ " 'Y J People b ^ IE ^ W T V ^NTORreKE RECORD, THURSDAY, April'i2, lW P.$E^''"] $ w :• V ;' # ttT 2^2f ."^2r r -'/'.t^ i 2 ,lA \ S > »^ w T f< Mpr nk Looking over their goodies, from left, Rita Mayfield, Julie McDaniel and Will McDaniel. — Photos by Mike Barnhardt 'i0 & & H ippity Hop Easter Bunny Makes Stop In Cooleemee; Mocksville’s Next COOLEEMEE — Easter came early for about 50 children last Saturday. They went on an Eas(er egg hunt. Sponsored by the Mocksville- Davie Recreation Department, the children were divided into age groups and let loose on hundreds *&'V -.« %| ,-Vf^Jr;^' .’ - <•• '/ !,> *t i y of eggs, pieces of candy and prizes. They scampered around the yard of the recreation center here until all of thc eggs were found. A gold egg was included for each age group, and the child who found that egg received a filled Easter basket. Thc recreation department plans a similar egg hunt for this Saturday at 2 p.m. at Rich Park in Mocksville. Arrive before 2 at Shelter No. 2 next tothe ballfield in order to participate. Age groups will be: 3-4; 5-6; 7-8; and 9 and up. Bring your own basket. Thc Easter Bunny will also be available in downtown Mocksville from 3:3M :30 p.m. Thursday and Friday and from 10 a.m.-l p.m. Saturday. Children can sit on thc bunny’s lap and receive a gift, have their picture taken by their parents or for S3, a photo will be taken by the recreation department sialT. Danielle Moore samples candy, while Chris Crotts checks out an Easter egg. t m - m i i Ii s i6 **■ .-;, - M f r f * * y ' V ,^ r..; ’ J- ' iM J f . it r * - ' ~ - * > ” - J^ '^ ^ ^ * < ^ V ^ # f f w P ^ ^ * <■ ' "*>e"f>r>* W '''* * r + * r + r-' ^ * ? - ^ ^ ', w i* * .?. Si*ul Amelia Grubb gathers eggs. The rope is raised, and its off to the eggs for 3 and 4 year olds at Easter egg hunt Saturday in Cooleemee. What Is Easter? Ask a group of students what Easter means, and you’ll get a variety of answers. Ask them to draw Easter and the results will be just as varied, as Pinebrook Elementary School teacher Nancy Steele found out last week. At far right is a rendering of Eapter by Jason Caproni, while at A t immjafate right is a drawing efft*erby Sandy Martin. Q J J <^JJ, i^ B f^6%,- -J&32;-sb- fe'%ttfi '*M &'? ■ .. ■. '■. V V V x /V \ y .,V:-“’".-;J:k:'ti;;9 |sM '-'•• ; ‘ V - : ; H - W /;’;l , f ' " ’;.:: 2C -DA VIE COUNTY ENTKRPRISE RECORI>, THURSDAY, April 12, 1990 Social r ■ M /::|g y '; •'.' - . Vi'<-'. , .: - ' ::;W mm 8 J fiP '5 , - : ; W # ' S S f . ,■ ■ : ;.rv:VSPr'.r.. Fesperman-Foster Couple Married Mrs. Garry Roy Foster ... was Anne Marie Fesperman College Park Baptist Church of Winston-Salem was the setting Saturday, April 7, for the 11 a.m. wedding eeremony ofAnne Marie Fesperman to Garry Roy Foster. Officiating ministers were the Rev. Foy Martin and Dr. Charles Edwards. A program of wedding music was presented by organist, Sheila Hutcherson; pianist, Tammy Cushwcll; and soloist, Kim Jones. Charles Crabbc performed a trumpet solo. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a bridal gown of silk organza embroidered with seed pearls and rose point lace, design­ ed with a scallopcd V neckline, short pouff sleeves bordered with lace, fitted bodice, and a full bouf­ fant skirt. Her chapel length train edged in lace extended from a back bow at the waist. Shc carried a cascade bouquet of while roses, baby's breath, greenery and white streamers. ln her hair she wore a crown of bridal silk, pearls and silk flowers attached to a fingertip veil ofbridal illusion. Serving as matron ofhonor was Mrs. Sandra Honeycutt, bride's sister. Her only bridesmaid was the bridegroom!s sister, Mrs. Vicki Rintz of Thomasville. J. Roy Foster was his son’s best man. Ushering were Larry D. Melton of Winston-Salcm, Timothy Voglcr of Overland Park, Kan., Reginald Potts of Charleston, S.C., and J. William Rintz of Thomasville. Child attendants were Miss Emi­ ly Beth Rintz, flowcr girl; and Jason William Rintz, ring bearer, both of Thomasville, niecc and nephew of the bridegroom. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Fesperman of Clemmons. Shc is a graduate of West Forsyth High School and Gardner Webb College. She is employed by Sara Lec Direct of Winston-Salcm. The bridegroom's parents arc Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Foster of Route 1, Advance. Hc is a graduate of Davie High School and Ran­ dolph Technical College. Hc is employed as a pilot with US Air Inc. Following a honeymoon to Charleston, S.C., and Savannah, Ga., the couple will make their home in Clemmons. Rehearsal Dinner A rehearsal dinner was given Friday night, April 6 , by Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Foster at Bethlehem United Methodist Church fellowship hall at 7:30. Guests were served chicken breast supreme, potatoes au gratin, cranberry salad, green beans with corn, potato rolls, tea and coffee. Dessert was spice cake with cream cheese icing (groom's cake). Catering was by the groom’s mother, Mitzi Foster. She was assisted by Mrs. Ollie Ward. Approximately 65 guests attended. Reception A reception in the College Park Baptist Church fellowship hall followed the ceremony. Approximately 300 guests attended. Guests were served marinated chicken, ham biscuits, mini quiche, egg salad on cucumbers, stuffed cherry tomatoes, shrimp Louis, fresh fruit, vegetable pate’ finger sandwiches and punch. The wedding cake was made!by Mitzi Foster, mother of the grodm. Servers were Janice Farmer, Peggy Cop!ey, Frances Kirkmin, Mary Hoyle, Tammy Cashwell, Kim Jones, Amy Pettyjohn end Rebecca Pettyjohn. • Mr. and Mrs. Pope Baxky assisted. Showers • A shower on March 3 ftem 7-9 p.m. at Bethlehem Unfyed Methodist Church was hosted jby Bcrma Foster, Nellie Cooktod Vicki Rintz. > • A shower on March 4 from 3^t:30 p.m. at College Park I tist Church, Winston-Salem, hosted by Janice Farmer, Peggy Copley, Joyce Baxley, Ethek Mv- tin, Frances Kirkman and Mary Hoyle. • A lingerie shower on Sun*y, March 11, from 3-5 p.m. attfce home of Kim Jones, was hosted by Kim Jones and Tammy CashweU. Center BBQ April 21-22 The Center Volunteer Fire Department and thc Center Com­ munity Development Association will sponsor their Annual Spring Barbecue on Friday and Saturday, April 20 and 2l, at the Center Community Building, four miles wcst of Mocksville at U.S. 64 and 1-40. Barbecued pork will be sold all day both Friday and Saturday, Barbecue is sold in sandwiches and trays, by the pound, or in take-out meal boxes. Hot dogs, french fries, hushpuppies and soft drinks are also sold. The annual fica market will be in progress on Saturday. Spaces will be S5 and there is no rain date. No reservations are needed and yard-salers arc welcome. Club Visits State Zoo “Thc Bermuda R<tn Garden Club met on April 4 at the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro. In carrying out the theme. "Take Time To Smell The Roses," the program, conducted by hor- ticulturalist Virginia Wall, was “ Take Time To Learn The Botanical Side Of The North Carolina Zoo.” Club members participated in the April Auction Luncheon at Forsyth Country Club on April 3, spon­ sored by the Garden Club Coun­ cil of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County. On April 28. club members will contribute plants and herbs for tlie plant sale at Reynolda Gardens. o t e &i M##llh C^> g g g Mon., Wed., Fri. 1:30 sm • 5:30 pm Tue*.4Thurs. >pm-7pm Chlropractlc te a #mvm aNKt to r meny ty p t* o l * '• e u i m l to tocato *nd iN*t j^||t*:gf {kh 'M < '* L Preferred Care is now available in this area And if your company signs up for it you can reduce or eliminate deductibles and co-payments you normaUy pay under traditional group coverage. Your company comes out better too, because Preferred Care can reduce the cost of traditional cov­ erage without redudng the benefits. These savings are possible because people covered by Preferred services of < ^)^6 D0 Ct0 P OPThC parhapatmg m our CostWise" program, Davie County Hospital. _ _ Preferred Care is another M A O f l R O n t A m H way Blue Cross and Blue IIIC O v F lC I I lUVGU Shield ofNorth Carolina is fighting the rising cost of living, the cost of staying alive and well. The plan is available to companies of any size. So ask your employer to check into it at our nearest office. It’s a great oppor­ tunity for you and your company to * te^i eiuecross perform surgery on health care costs. *fep*nd Mahed*eBkeCroewdBtai Shtid A*d*ion. *Hegjticml Tt*ienwk ii Blue Crow and tiluv Shtel<l of N<mh Cimtiru. NextTimeYouGo Hospital Have Blue Shield ol Nor.th Carolina :..a . ; ; i ^ . p ^ - ^ a a j L j J i t f ; _ . _ t i 2L f i , ; '" 'A l)AVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 12, I990-3C| V / - : 1Allen-Durham Couple Speaks Vows Mrs. Martin Todd Durham ... was Crystal Robin Allen Golden Age Club Hears ‘Tall Tales’ From Hollis Smith Crystal Rubin Allen of Mocksvillc aiul Martin Todd Durham of Mocksvillc, were united in marriage Saturday. April 7. at 4 p.m. The wedding was at Hardison United Methodist Chureh, with the Rev. Joe Collins officiating at the double-ring ceremony. The hride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Allen ol Mocksville, and is the grand­ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rohert G. Allen of Mocksville. The groom is the soil of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd J. Durham of Mocksvillc. and is the grandson of Mrs. Maude Gunter of Woodleaf. Susie Wilson, aunt of the bride, served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Louann Durham and Linda Durham, sisters-in-law of the groom, and Carolyn K<xmtz. Floyd J. Durham was his son's best man. Groomsmen were James Durham and Eric Durham, brothers of the groom, and Mark Shtilcnbcrg. The daughter of the bride. Jen­ na, was a miniature bride. Phillip Hodge, cousin of the groom, was a miniature groom. Honor attendants were Kathleen Fleming, stcpgrandmothcr of the bride; Sandra Fink, Doris Over­ man, Darlene Motley, aunts of the bride: Eva Stewart, great-aunt of the bride; Shirley Hodge and Lin­ da Brown, aunts of the groom. Kathy Hodge scrvcd,as register attendant. Kathy Sparks directed the wedding. Following a honeymoon at Key Falls, the couple will be at home on Route *). Mocksville. Reception Immediately following the wed- iliim ceremonv. the bride's parents t t i i M w n g m m hosted a reception in the couple's honor at the church fellowship hall. The reception was catered by Ruby O'Neal. Thc cake was made by Debbie Koontz. Rehearsal Dinner The groom’s parents hosted a rehearsal dinner in the couplc’s honor a! the church fellowship hall. David Wilson lead thc dinner par­ ty in prayer. m m > H * ^ i ■ ■ ■ ^ ■ M i Angie Wooldridgc toasted the couple. Ruby O ’Neal eatercd the dinner. ' Showers • On March 17, relatives of the groom hosted a miscellaneous shower at the homc of Shirley Hodge. • On Feb. 25. friends of the bride hosted a linen shower at the church fellowship hall. - ^ f & -; Vote KEN BOGER For Clerk Of Court Republican Primary • May 8 I need your vote and support. Thank Y ou./^^ & *f*-' Political Ad Paid For By Ken Bofl<r By Lib Sain Club Reporter The Golden Age Club met April 4 at the Rotary Hut; 24 members and three visitors were present. Loraine Sain, president, called the meeting to order, after which Lessie York lcd in prayer. Dot Whitaker led the group in singing “Easter Parade” and “The Old Rugged Cross". Albert Thornton gave the devotions. Estelle Cranfill introduced Hollis Smith, who entertained the group with some “tall tales" “ Happy Birthday" was sung to five members. Helen Gustavson won the Easter bonnet prize. Margaret Myers won the door prize. May Fest will be Saturday, May 5, at lOa.m. in the Brock Center. The meal will be catered. Thc meeting adjourned with prayer by Estelle Cranfill. The group was served a covered dish meal. The next meeting will bc May 2. Get your federal tax refund faster! E'electronically filed federal income tax returns ^available whether we prepare your return or not & and, your refund check can be mailed to you or deposited directly into your bank account Available At H*R BLOCK Available At Wlllow Oake Shopping Center MOCKSVILLE. 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Cokic and Pat Jones, Bet l3ar- nhardt, Edith Zimmerman, Larry Vogler, Mabcl Smiley, the Rev. and Mrs. Harlan Crceck III and son Joseph. Mrs. Adrian Farlcy and children Brian, Christopher, Denise and John of Arlington, Va., arrived Saturday for a four-day visit with her mother, Mrs. Edith Zimmer­ man, during the children’s spring bteak. Thcy were visitors at Methodist Church Sunday. •. Mrs. Sallie Barney celehratcd her birthday Monday, April 9. On Sunday she was honored with a dinner at her home by her daughters, sons-in-law and grand- Elbaville By Doris Cope Elbaville Correspondent ! Connie Singleton tour group went on a trip last weekend to Baltimore, Md., where they stayed in the Radisson Lord Baltimore Hotel. Thc group toured the Na­ tional Aquarium and took a cruise on the Bay Lady ship for dinner iand entertainment by the ship crew. The group toured Baltimore, in­ cluding Mt. Vernon, John Hopkins Hospital at “ Fell's Point." B&O Railroad Museum and had dinner at Inner Harbor at Phillips Seafood Restaurant. On thc trip home, thcy (oured Washington, D.C., in­ cluding the Capitol, all famous sights and monuments, including _ the World War II and Vietnam Memorial Wall. ; ‘ Donald Spry is in the Forsyth Memorial Hospital for observation and treatments. David Miller from Fork com­ munity has returned honxi from the hospital. Carrol Hcllard is on the sick list. Let’s remember her in our prayers. Anyone wishing to send her a card, her address is Route 6 . Advance. Mark, Lisa and Bradley Arm- sworthy visited their grandmother and great-grandmother, Athene Spry Sunday afternoon. cS \ '( ^ x \ ii t 7 * h i 't o ^ n p . / v | ti 11 C u u r t S q u .i r e Mocksville NC 634 0158 WET BASEMENT? DEMAND DRVLOK THEREADY-MIXED WATERFAOOFER E 5 5 ^ r k ; : ,^ s £ 8 DRYLOK Masonry walerproofer fills and seals basement walls against moisture. Recommend- ed (or use on any clean, unpainted porous masonry wall. Simply apply wMh a brush. Seal, protect and beautify all in one step. There's no piemlxing. DRYLOK is warranted <or five years! Available in white, grey and belge. Now Is the time to protKt your basement with DRYLOK maeonry waterprooter. » P I« M W w T M i M w tt »!••• M. HHH- cliildien. Ann aml Larry Anderson and Mms Michael. Jeffery and Kyle of Mocksville. Route 3. Susan and Kevin Huffman and daughter Angela of Salisbury. Attending wcrc Mrs. Harney's husband Ron­ nie. her mother Mrs. I.ib Bailey and Wiley Peebles, an uncle. Mrs. L.ena Layton of Concord was a Thursday overnight guest of Mrs. Lucille Cornat/.er. They visited Wiley Peebles at Bermuda Place Retirement Center Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Jennifer Vogler Paige, a newlywed, was honored with a miscellaneous shower Saturday night at the community building. Amy Gasparinni ofSait Diego. Calif.. and her fiance. JelTJackson, were weekend guests ofher grand­ mother, Mrs. Bill Foster. The cou­ ple were among the visitors at Methodist Church Sunday. Lt. Amy Gasparinni flies for the Navy. Her fiancc also Hies for the Navy and is with the Naval Department at the Pentagon in Washington. D.C. Hank Wade fell from a plane while working on it at Twin Lakes Airport last Thursday. He has been in tiie Baptist Hospital in ICU lor several days with a head injury. He was able to come home Monday and is recuperating satisfactorily. Mrs. Mary J. Thompson spent the weekend visiting her sister. Mrs. Recie McCarthy in Rutherford. Taylor and Sudie Howard and Bob and Ada Smith attended a VFW Conference in Asheville Sunday. After lunch they visited the Smith’s daughter and son-in- law. Gale and Henry Wilkerson, at their home in the Biltmore Forest Estates. I-CARE-ABOUT-DAVIE-COUN' Vote HAROLD FRANK For County Commissioner A Lifelong Republican I stand for the people and their rights, and will work hard for the Taxpayer. Your vote on May 8th will be for the people! Political Ad PaW For By Harold Frank I N M N l We've made .r- \ easy for you ' - ; - v :..:.:;;.v'i:: i:.-^.--.:.;„,i'! ..?^..;:^::^yv%,.:.ti-J•i^)iy.: : - i f t s * a ' i - - ;••' " x' S< v' , * : ^ : > :■ '-- -,'iT' : .' ; ' - : V ^ V - : - X . - U j ' '' ' ', ::;■■ ; ,•■•: '<;:';: ! ■ : . . 1 ." , '5""' ■ , ■ ■ /.i' ■ ,:; 'v"^'-",- ' :.-,.; ''i-h,. Women are busy. Sometimes too busy to take advantage of limited mammography specials. That's why Davie County Hospital has restructured its mammography program to save women time and money. Scheduling a mammogram at a reduced price is now a year round program. Simply phone the Radiology Depart­ ment and ask to schedule a mammogram. You're auto­ matically eligible for our $50 cash price which covers both the hospital and radiologyfee. A physician's referral isn't busy schedule. Insurance must be filed by the individual. Don't let a hectic schedule keep you from early detection of breast cancer. Call today. PHONE 634-8341 Davie CountyHospital Corner of Foster and Hospital Streets Mocksville, N.C. tirA '■"“"~^-^w ®•v i y | I)AVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORI), THURSDAY, Aprlll2, I990-5C ; 4 $5 ,OOOPrizeOfferedForMost ‘bairylicious’ Recipe In N.C.IX By Barbara Mintcr N.C. Department ol Agriculture ' This year's Dairylicious Rccipc Contest will center ;irouiul vegetable skle dishes. For the price of a stamp, envelope and sheel of paper you can enter your recipe and possibly win lots ol" prizes and a slio( at S5()00. Recipes will be judged on originality, taste, appearance and ease of preparation. ’ To enter your recipe(s) follow these rules: • 1. Each rccipe must contain at lcast 3 real dairy products, such as milk, cream, buttermilk, sour crcam, cottage cheese, cheese, but­ ter, and at least one fresh, frozen and/or canned vegetable. Any im­ itation dairy products arc not acceptable. : 2. Each rccipe should provide 4-6scrvings and be prepared and ready to scrve within two hours. . 3. Entries should bc printed or typed on a single sheet of paper with name, address and telephone number in the lower left hand cor­ ner. Recipe ingredients should be stated as standard measurements (•/: teaspoon, 1 cup. 1 can [16 ounces)) with no abbreviations. Directions for preparation should be clear, concise and complete. List the amount of time needed for preparation and the number of servings. 4. There is no limit on the number of entries per person. Couple Plans June Wedding Freda Swindler of Farmington announces the engagement of her daughter, Carolyn Marie, to Richard Andrew Rodden. Both arc ofWinston-Salcm. Shc is also the daughter of the late Robert Swindler. He is the son of Allcne Rodden ofWinston-Salcm and the latc Hobart R<xlden. Swindler is a graduate of Meredith College and the Institute of Paralegal Training. She is a paralegal for Womble Carlyle San- jridgc and Rice in Winsion-Salcm. : Roddcn is a gradiiate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is a probation of­ ficer in Winston-Salem. ! The wedding will be in June in First Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem. Library News The Davic County Public Library has received the following donations to the Building Expan­ sion Fund: In memory of Mr. Thomas- J. Jett by Joanna Darnell (her father). In honor of Mrs. Thomas J. Jett by Joanna Darnell (her mother). Olher donations arc from Lee Company; Cooleemee Civic Club; Dr. and Mrs. William F. Long; The Pino-Farmington Home­ makers Club: Duke Power Com­ pany; Ruby M. Markland; and Davie Printing, Inc. (Dick and Peggy Nail). Several children's and young adult books have been given in memory of Jill Heldennan by her father. New Books Non-fiction: The Day God Laughed: Say­ ings, Fables, and Entertainment of the Jewish Sages, by Hyam Maccoby ; Caring For Alzheimer's Pa­ tients, by Gary Miner The Spy Went Dancing, by Countess of Romanones Alive ‘ The Courthouses of North Carolina and Tales That Whisper InThe Stone, by Charles Heatherly. Fiction: ! The Night Of The Weeping Woman, by Lawrence NaumolT • The Frenchwoman, by Jeanne M&ckin '>;A Time To Die, by Wilburn Smith ■;Tkc Bourne Ultimatum, by iMwrt Ludlum 'tapertel Lady, by Andre r, by Tom Stacey a Mtetion of large print • htmfamaddcd. f wiU be ck*cd April l t e hoUdivi.r^ ^^^|^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^W^ w » However, each entry should be submitted separately. 5. All cnirics become thc proper­ ty of SUDIA. (). Any resident of North Carolina may enter this contest. Mail your recipes to: I V‘)() Dairy Rccipe Contest. 2300 W. Meadowview Road. Suite 106. Greensboro. N.C. 27407. To lielp get you started, check these dairv-veuetable dishes out. Potatoes Elegante f> medium potatoes, peeled, thin­ ly sliced Vs cup butter 1 cup (4 o/.s.) grated parmcsan cheese Rinse potatoes; dry thoroughly. Hrusli I tablespoon butter on bot­ tom and sidcs of 9-inch pie plate: sprinkle with I tablespmn cheese. Toss potatoes with remaining but­ ter. I.ayer halfofpota(ocs on bot- lomand sides of pie plale: sprinkle with cheese. Repeat layers. Bake at 400 degrees I hour or until potatoes are tender. Invert im­ mediately onto serving plate. Yield: 4 to 6 servings. Savory Spinach Casserole 1 8-oz. package cream cheese W cup milk 2 I0-oz. packages froz.cn chop­ ped spinach, cooked, drained '/» cup grated parmcsan cheese Combine softened cream cheese and milk, mixing until well blend­ ed. Place spinach in I -quart casserole; top with cream cheese mixture. Sprinkle with parmcsan cheese. Bake at 350 degrees, 20 minutes. Yield: 4 to 6 servings. Creamy Potato Bake 3 cups mashed potatoes 5 to 6 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled I cup (4 ounces) shredded ched- dar cheese , ,-<, I (8-ouncc) carton commercial, sour cream 3 small green onions, chopjwd, Spread potatoes evenly in a light­ ly grcased 10x6x2 inch baking dish. Top with sour crcam; sprinkle with bacon and grecR onion. Top with checsc. Bake potatoes at 300 degrees for 30; minutes. Serve hot. Yicld: 6 servings. "Apples rp For The Students" )C^lv/iijffi.?; ,'^&> y \\ /< >; i.\ H s» r ■ V ^V-v<''%^'":"';^»f^y ^'rt’rjV^S^fe*^^^J**w^^<hirik<<<**. ^m ^ c i a H f i t a a a n a i ' « 4 Lb. Swift Premium Hostes Ham 12 Ct. Pack Lowes Foods Brown N Serve Rolls * 18 Oz. Assorted Betty Crocker Super Moist Cake Mix Gallon FetRttz.PkCnstShdb 7U*epans wTana bake f f l M T *1WIBMRBCJ 2 Ct. Pack Pet Rit; Pie Shells Hr?m J . Gm *^ g p ducts 2 Liter $ 1 . 0 9 USDA Choice Bone-lnRibeye^xjwJ Roast|*!o!|^ ^ g p v v ^ "Now In Season" . US #1 California Grown Asparagus ■ 9 7 * . O 14.5 -15.25 Oz. Assorted Styles Stokeleiy Vegetables 2 S .8 9 I Large Florida Grown Slicing Tomatoes . 4 7 , ALL NATURALH * * Cuddy Farms Halftimey^Turkey %^Breast 1 . 3 9 Lb. 'M t<A .y //A /- T h o S u n d a y B a co n Horm el Sliced Bacon 1 . 4 9 . & This Ad Good W ednesday, April 11 Thru Tuesday, April 17, 1 9 9 0 At Low es Foods. Q u an tity R ights A re R eserved . W e G ladly A ccept F ed eral Foods Stam ps And W IC Coupons. N one A re Sold To D ealers. ' /-H'tV' '-.;•' '-• ■• K '’.■*}{'■ '■ ■:■•U»■&&.. :.' . ■ i' ■ -'.t'^Y ;:.. > ■ :' i. "■■ -'.:fv ^ W ^ H '^ r M f i• • ~ : ~, • ...;:“. . ':** ry~x 6C—DAV1E COUNTY ENTKKI'RISK RKCORI), THURSDAY, April 12, l< l —W..1 *>w'n'i i;it i $?1 i.'' '■> '1 !••••( ! - t $ * Yadkin Vallev News :^mmwK^:^'K ■ : \J. ■'•' ' ''*''■ -■;'■•'“' "'■. ' ■ o 3 * 'J j|>';,,,i: >--■•• *•'«. - . Ity Mrs. Ruby McltricIv Yadkin Valley Correspondent Revival services at Yatlkin Valley are April 15-20 each even- iiij: at 7:30. The speaker is Jimmy Jones l'roni Johnson Chapel Bap­ tist Church in West Virginia. Special singing aiul a nursery arc planned. The Yatlkin Valley community extends sympathy to the family of W.(). “Bill" Gilbert who died Saturday. He has l<umht a long bat­ tle with canccr. Thc Lailics Biblc Class wcnt to Statesville last Tuesday for breakfast and shopping. Mr. and Mrs. “Toots” Riddle visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams near Oak Grove Church one night last week. Clyde Weatherman attended church on Sunday. Kenneth Epperly of West Virginia necds to be on our prayer list. Hc is suffering from two kinds devotion was given by StiH6ti of cancer. Clinard, and after thc business se#* The East Davie Senior Citizens sion members hcard singing by tKeJ Club met at Bethlehem Church Davie County Senior Chorus fn*h< with 27 members present. The Mocksville. Davie Family YMCA Plans For Annual ‘Fun Fest’ Mabe-Whitaker Engagement Announced Betty 1. Mahc announces thc engagement ol her daughter. Cristi Annette, to Stacy M. Whitaker of Mocksville. Her father is L.C. Mabe of Danbury. He is the son ofMr. and Mrs. R. Alvin Whilakcr of Mocksville. Miss Mabe is a graduate of Northwest Guilford High School and is employed by Roadway Express in Kernersville. Whitaker is a graduate of Davic High School and is employed by R.H. Barringer Distributing Company in Winston-Salem. Thc wedding is set for June, 1991. When you want the warm and loving charm of The Davic l-'amily YMCA an­ nual spring Fun Fest will be held on Saturday. May 19. at the Willow Oaks Center on Yadkin- ville Road in Mocksville. This cvent will include carnival rides and games May 15-19. Saturday, May 19, Fun Fest Day will include entertainment for the entire day, concluding on Saturday night with a parking lot dance in­ cluding a dance contest with prizes for thc best dancers. There will bc food, bake sale, games for children, clowns, face painting, balloons, and T-shirts. There will be arts and crafts ex­ hibitors. A number from across thc state have already registered to display thcir work. Thc day will begin with a walk- a-thon. There will bc prizes fordif- fercnt age categories and free T- shirts for all walkers. The senior citizens from across the county will participate in the Rock-A-Thon, and will be collec­ ting pledges from sponsors as they spend thc day rocking to support the YMCA building fund drive. Baked goods, volunteers, and your support of all the events for the day will assist thc YMCA in raising thc $l82.(KK) remaining to be raised in Davic County during the next 12 months to build, equip and open a new YMCA facility. ;&2&88ti&&s%ss 97 Reg. 7.99 ln fa n t9 M G lri8 8 V i-3 R e g .;10.99 ln fa n t9 2 *fBoya iH4 ShoeShow Hours: Mon.-S(t. 10 «m to 9 pm; Sunday 1 pm to • pm, CtoMd EMftr 8und* Precious Moments:.. come see our Easter cards now on display. Also a coniplelc line of Precious Moments Gifls. Katharine’s HALLMARK SHOP Salisburv Mall 637-2280 F ^5S ^Easter Sunday Buffet M e n u Prime Rib (chef carved) Fried & Baked Chicken W hipped Potatoes Yams Green Beans Pinto Beans & Onions Sugar Cured Ham Pork Chops Corn Green Peas Dressing & Gravy Salad Bar Potato Salad M acaroni Salad Jello & Fresh Fruit Toss Salad Deviled Eggs Colored Carrots & Raisin Salad Dressings Desserts Assortment of Pies & Cakes Hours: 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. For Reservations Call 766-9121, Ext. 303 Adults: $10.95 Children: $5.95 10% Discounts Senior Citizens Children 3 & Under Free Bring The Kids To See The Easter Bunny Drawings for Easter Goodies for Children Orawings for (1) Free Buffet for Mom or Dad \:l H 0 U D A Y IN N ^ L E M M 0 N S 1-40 At Clemmons Exit Clemmons, N.C. 766-9121 iBKSV 0&:■■ Ms>r B e n F ra n k Iln MocuvHw.NCm vvfw vviw i v«v OfwMtolMty Sunday 1 tol Cl0SiD EAfTIR *UWMV Feature Value Easter Basket. All re maining filled baskets are reduced. 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Reg. *1"F lo w e r A rra n g in g C lass Large Pall end Shovel. Molded ol tough plastic in bright colors 8':-in. pail and 8-in shovel Dig it' n Kooeh Bell. Sott, sale, easy to catch. Eneigy abso*beni design. 4tew paaW cotors)B^inning April 17th 6:30 p.m. Call Now 634-54884.77 1.27 ^c.^T--M'' -fr^;‘■. I * ' * ■ ■■' - . ■ '. " :" : y “ “ ® M M r S ® | ; , / v ^ : - : : ^ l)AVIK COUNTY ENTKRPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 12, I9M ~% ,: ftFi-: .> ^*'>;^** v-V'C^U’fe^^ *1 8 S v - * * w * * 5* Mrs. T h o m as G o rd o n V erm illion ... was G a y la A n n e B u lla rd Cornatzer News tty l*>ttie Fotts <Cornatzer Correspondent ; Mr. iind Mrs. Ray Potts and Mr. 'pnd Mrs. James Shoafvisited Pearl •Frye Sunday afternoon. * Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frye visited Mr. and Mrs. Homer Potts Satur­ day night. Angie Frye has been confined to her home for a few days with illness. Betty Williams recently travel­ ed on a tour to Baltimore. Md., and parts of Washington, D.C. Dana Smith was sick at her home last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Foster of Emerald Isle are spending the Easter week with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Frye and other relatives. Ava and Clara Barney arul Ella Smith were recent visitors of Bessie Jones in CooIeemee. Around & About Money Raised For Sl. Jude’s Children’s Hospital More than S2.500 was raised by 18 young people in Davie County Sunday in a hike-a-thon for the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. “It was a go<xl ride. It was a beautiful day for a ride,” said bike-a-thon coordinator John Hetulrix. “It was a, lot of work and a lot of fun." Supersonks 4-H Club Meets At Methodist Church ■ The Supersonics 4-H Club met for a short meeting at Bethlehem .United Methodist Church on Tuesday, March 20. Pledges were led by Tim Fisher and devotions were given by Brandi Bogcr. .The presentation workshop, baking contest, and 4-H Camp was "diiscussed. Refreshments were served by Brandi Boger and the meeting was adjourned. Sharon Byrd Promoted At l)avidson College Library ' Sharon H. Byrd has been promoted to automation librarian and assistant head of reference in Davidson College's E.H. Little Library. Byrd, a native of Davie County and the daughter of Maj. S.W. Howell of Mocksville. came to Davidson in 1979 as the assis­ tant cataloguer, becoming head ofcataloguing in 1986. In the new position she will be responsible for coordinating Davidson Col­ lege's acquisition and implementation of an integrated computer system for its library, a system which will feature an on-line catalogue of all of the library's holdings. Habegger Named To All-State Cheerleading S<|uad Amy Habegger. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Habeggerof Bermuda Run. has been selected to the 199() All-State Chcerleader- ing Squad. She will cheer on the west All-State squad at the East/West All Star Basketball game in Greensboro in July. High School Students Serving As Pages In Raleigh David Brent Campbell, son ofWillium and Maria Campbell of Mockville and Danny Frank, son of John and Mary Frank of Mocksville. are serving as a page this week in Raleigh witlit he Department of Administration as a part of Governor Jim Mar­ tin's page program for high school students. They are bothjuniors at Davie High School. Pages are chosen on merit, having been recommended by teachers, principals, or other leading members of the community. They assist the various departments in their communications with other state government offices. They arc also given the opportunity to tour state museums, the Governor's mansion. Legislative Building, and the State Capitol. Students Kletied To Positions At Catawha College Chris Callison ofMocksvillc. and the son ofMr. and Mrs. Jerry Callison, has been elected to president of the senior class at Catawba College for the 1990-91 academic year. He will serve on the executive committc of the class and play a leadership rol in planning fund-raising and leisure activities. . Melanie Clark of Mocksville and the daughter of Ozener Clark, has been elected president of the Residence Life Association at Catawba College lbr the 1990-91 school year. She will be respon­ sible for coordinating diverse activities on the college campus. New Arrivals HATLEY • Gary and Jan Hatley of Route 9, Mocksville, are proud to announce ^w birth of their son, Lucas il6ward, on April 5 at 6:54 a.m. .; Hc weighed 6 pounds and 6 quhcesund was 19 inches long. .; Maternal grandparents arc Mrs. h*ty L.CoUette and the late Mr. Joy W. ‘‘Bill” CoMette Jr. Pater- tigWdj<emitoereMr.andMrs. ,,. Sfwprd L. Hatley, all ofiC ,'s ^ p p ^ p M ^ p i i h p M i » « * .*»rtM*v — .^ *«*. •>»H>'W-, ■ •,. . ; : " ^ x ; 7 r ; ^ :_-.y .y ? '-*V;*''vj '^W*^f&WAr BuHard-Vermillion Couple Speaks Vows Gayla Annc Bullard of Route 4. Advance and Thomas Gordon Ver­ million of Kinston were united in marriage Saturday, April 7, at 4 p.m. at Chapel Hill Bible Church in Chapel Hill. The Rev. Randy Russell officiated at thedouble-ring ceremony. A program of wedding music was presented by pianists Frank Gaskill and Stacey Reynolds, soloists Robert Martin and Cathy Cockerham. Ilutist Donna Over­ cash and trumpeter Marty Hodel. The bride wore a formal gown of white bridal satin. It featured a basque waistline, long tapered leg- of-mutton sleeves and a sabrina neckline. The bodice was covered with schiftli lace appliqued with seeil pearls and sequins. The full skirl was encircled with scalloped • schiffli lace and swept to a cathedral train. The back featured a low-cut keyhole back with seed pearls and a large bow accented the waist. She carried a hand-tied bouquet of silk amaryllis, stcphanotis. sweetheart roses, frccsia, iris and ivy. She worc a tiara style headpiece covered with seed pearls and se­ quins. The two-tiered waist-length veil of illusion featured hand ap­ plied seed pearls. Donna Shook of Advance serv­ ed as maid of honor. Serving as bridesmaids were: Jane Sherrill of Greensboro. Teresa lpock of Kinston. Bonnie Harris of Charlotte. Kelly Gowlyear of Charlotte. Helen Motamen of Raleigh and Dana Kanell of Fort Lauderdale. Fla. Scott Vermillion, brother ofthe groom, was best man. Ushering were David Page of Southern Pines. Kevin Ford of Danville. Calif; David Grigg of Albemarle: Victor England of Chapel Hill; Kent Temple of Charlotte: James Krege ofGreensboro; Jim Rose of Wilson, Shawn Tokancl of Charlotte and Robert Jones of Ft. Stewart. Ga. Honor attendants were Maxine Dowell, the bride's aunt of Mocksville. and the bride’s cousins, Beth Hutchins ofWinston- Salem. Stephanie Hutchins of Chapel Hill and Robert Saylor of Winston-Salem. Thc bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Norman R. Bullard of Route 4. Advance. She is a graduate of Davie High School and thc Univer­ sity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she earned a bachelor's ’ ' y ? >. 11^ -V,' ' £ -V 'i;^ fe f**W * i . : . t!.< ./ * • < * N & m u .* s & it t t & M r. a n d M rs. M a rk Th orne Thome Couple Celebrates 50th Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Mark Thorne of Route 1. Mocksville. were honored on their 50tli wedding anniversary at a reception held Sunday after­ noon, April I. in the fellowship hall of Society Baptist Church, Route 4, Statesville. Thc reception was given by their daughters and family. Ms. Shirley Thorne of Winston-Salem, Mary Thorne Nantz, her husband John, and their two children. Stephen and Melanie of Harmony. The fellowship hall was decorated with ferns and yellow and white fioral arrangements. The traditional three-tiered cake was cut by the honored couple. Special Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Laird and Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Collette. WATSON Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Robert Watson of Lexington announce the birth of a son, Samuel Robert Wat­ son 11 on March 29 at Forsyth Memorial Hospital. The baby weighed 6 lbs. 9 ozs. Grandparents are Mr, and Mrs. James Howard Taylor of Route 7, MocksviUe, Mrs. Shirky Whytl of Lexington, and Paul Watson of FNTora, Ariz. xf Ovptfcy bts0vtywhe bes1ptfcy Whatever your insurance needs—life, health, home, car, you name it—your Nationwide agent will make sure you get the best coverage for your insurance dollar. Call today. KMhHMrWWwO*SfoppkeCMWHwy.H1 N, MocwnN, N.C. noMP04)U44tlt J.E. Kelly Jt. 211 N. Ulin SUMt Uockivilk, N.C. (704) 634-2937NATKDNWIDEINSURANCE Netk>nwtie Is on your side »y • N1tewM> Mvtutl Fire U>iurwvce Compwty m9m9 • Hom o#hte. Cotomtv* OMo ■dfllMrttow^EMmltoa—wwCaw—* *____ degree in psychology. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Ver­ million of Kinston. He is a graduate of Kinston High School and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where hc earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He is employed by Tidewater Transit in Kinston where he is a management trainee. Following a honeymoon in Ber­ muda, thc couple will niakc their homc in Kinston. Reception A rcccption was hosted by the bride's parents immediately following the wedding ceremony at Hargraves Center. Guests were welcomed by the bride’s aunts, Brenda Hutchins and Bonnie Leffel of Winston-Salem. Assisting in serving wcre Dave Bishop, Christine Craven, Karen Mills, Aquancttc Puryear and Deb­ bie Moseley. Rehearsal Dinner A rehearsal dinner was hcld F/i- day evening at Slug’s Restaurant in Chapel Hill following the wed­ ding rehearsal. Hosts werc the bridegroom's parents. Guests in­ cluded the wedding party, family and friends. Showers and Partta • A lingerie shower was given; for thc bride-elect by Bonnie Har< ris, Kelley Goodyear and Dani Kanell, at thc hosts’ apartment on; Feb. 21. Fourteen guests attended.;: • A miscellaneous shower was givcn for the bride-elect by Helen", Lanicr, Maxine Dowell, Bonnie Lcffcl and Brenda Hutchins on Feb. 24 at Bethlehem United Methodist Church fellowship hall. Approximately 40 guests attended. • On March 3, an engagement party in the form of a dance was givcn for the couple at the Hotel Kinston Ballroom in Kinston. Six­ teen couples, friends of the bridegroom’s family, hosted the occasion. • A “Bon-Voyage” shower was givcn for the bride-elect by Don- i na, Judy and Angela Shook at their ! homc in Advance on March 10. '. There were 14 friends present. • On April 25, the bride^kct ' was again honored at a bridal tea_ i given by Jean Sykes at her home in Wallburg. Approximately 20 guests attended. • On April 7, thc bride*kct hosted a bridesmaids’ luncheon for the bridesmaids at Carolina Coffee Shop in Chapel Hill. Brock-McDaniel Couple Wed Mr. and Mrs. John Brock of Mocksville announce the marriage oftheir daughter. Attorney Jennifer Brock to Lynn Gordon McDaniel of Binghampton, N.Y., Friday, April 6, in a private ceremony at the bride's home. Following the ceremony, the couple left for a Carribean cruise. They will make their home in Mocksville where Ms. Brock will practice law with her father, Mr. Brock. I F o u r C o m e r s N e w s By Marie While Four Corners Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Joe White visited Mrs. Minnie Sain and Mrs. Margaret Walls at Lewisville Sun­ day night. Mrs. Johnsie Shelton spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Von Shelton. Joe White and Bill Edwards spent the weekend in Asheville at- friends of the couple assisted in serving. Mr. and Mrs. Thorne were mar­ ried on March 23. 1940, in Mar­ tinsville, Va. Both arc natives of Davie County and have lived their entire lives in Davie County. Mrs. Thorne graduated from CooIeemee High School while Mr. Thorne graduated from Cool Springs High School in Iredell County. More than 150 friends and relatives called on the couple dur­ ing the afternoon. A short slide presentation highlighting periods of their lives was shown. Snapshots of past events with friends and relatives wcre also oti display. BONUS ROES D 0 NT w : For a limited time, sign up for special bonus rates on 12-month, 18-month, and 24-month CDs. Rates also apply for 12-month and 24-month IRAs from CCB. Hurry and sij>n up today! Rates like these won’t wait long. tending the Lions district officer* meeting. ? A.C. Ratkdge Jr., Mr. and Mrs.| Jimmy Taylor of Mt. Holly, Mr.* and Mrs. Frank Carter. Jamesr Wesley Baity and Mr. and Mrs.> William Ratledge visited A.C.* Ratledge Sr. recently. ; Don't forget our pageant April' 11. 12, 13 at 8:30, Courtney Bap-| tist Church. A night you willf remember. 1 1 2 -M o n t h C D s a n d n < A s Anmi.i! l< ;llt'8•50% AnnualVivld $ i,( W inptiiHU>n /irN M / .i'i ( />' IR .\ >>unnmwi i< >J5W ln lC fy t iV m f*iu > u L 't(lu h . * i< A u u /u /ftW n Jo* e,ith H iz/t/riiu u Z H .ltr 'Ut'<Kl fu</wM iY I< UihiUl tu>tu t. For rales and inJbnnation, call l-800-CCB-9l39 Central Carotoa Bank Y our Financial Advantage. ^ S |rm h rf H>H gC—DAVIE COUNTY ENTKRI*RISK KIX'ORI), THUKSPAV, April 12. IWO iiM * x n / 9 0 t ^ 1990 W IU HW*UIIINH"ll>*> 132 Years 01 Service 4 Locations Middlobrook Or S M;nn St iClommons Winslon-Salum RoynolUn flU f9SB ^ ^,,in St Winston-Snfom l<**inqlon Dnvic Phono No <>'M.M<'*M_____ J.P. GREEN MILLING CO., INC. Makers o! DAISY FLOUR We Custom Blend Depot Street Mpcksvllle, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-2126 M O C K S V IL L E B U IL D E R S S U P P L Y "Together We Do It Better" South Main 634-5915 Attend The Church Of Your Choice lehn N. WleDaniel A Sons Hwy. 601 S., Mockevllle •34-3531 FOSTER-RAUCH DRUG CO. WHkesboro Street MocksvlMe, N.C. 2702« Phone 634-2141 CAUDELL LUMBER CO. 162 Sheefc Street MoctevlNe, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-2167 J o h n n ie M . T ille y P est C o n tr o l S e rv ic e‘Services For Over 28 Years' Locally Owned & Operaled •Reeldentlel *Commerclel •Industrial 'Institutional ‘Inspection Upon Request' Mocksvllto 634-5600 SINCE 1S41 -ot(ou 3A<n « 5Jiu Su>%i-s 962 Yedklnvllle Road Mocksvllle 634-6115 ^ a y V j JO H N L E H T Ifat>Me^ i ) i i ) n ^ THE OPPRESSOR FROM MIDIAN! TRADITIONALLY THE AIIDIANlTE5 WERE ENEVlES OF THE ISPAELITES, ALTHOU6W THE FATHER-IN-LAW OF AVDSES WAS, UlWSELF A MIDIAMITE(EX3:0J BAD ^EELIN55 PROBABLY EXISTED FROM THE TIME WHEN AAIDIAN. A £ON OF ABCAHAM BY kETUGAH AND THE PROGEN­ ITOR OF THE FUTURE TRIBE OF ,VMDlAN WAS SENT AWAY WITH SIFTS INTO THE WILDERNESS, TO FEND FOR HlMSELF (SEN 25: [-61 THEN AoAlNJ. !T \SAS AMDIAN/TE ,ttERCHANTS, WHO WERE W/TH A CARAVAN OF ISHAVAEL!TE5, COXAJNG FE?OM SILEAD, WHO BOUSHTJOSEPW FROM HIS BROTHERS AND CARRIED HlM TO ES>PT WHERE HE WAS SOLD INTO SLAVERY fSEN.37:25,2S..3vb> IT WAS THE AMDIANIT5S, JOINED WITH THE MOABITES, WHO HIRED 0ALAAM TO CURSE ISRAEL AND SEDUCE THE PEOPLE INTO IDOLATRY AND LICENTIOUS­ NESS (HUM 22=4 6,- CH 25). CONSEQUENTLY THE ISRAELITES WERE DIRECTED TO AVAKE WARON THEAlKILLINS THEIR FIVE KINGS lNUM.31) AND SO, BY THE TIME OF THE PERIOD OF JUDGES, AS WAS STATED ABOVE, THEY MAD BECOME TRADITIONAL ENEMIES' AT THIS TIME, THE MlDlANITES, NOW IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE AMALEklTES, ENTERED CANAAN, WITH ALL THEIR CATTLE AND TENTS AND ALL THEIR OTHER WCRLDLY POSSESSIONS, MUCH LIKE A SVVARM OF INVADING LOCUSTS, AND WITH THEIR MULTITUDES, PROCEEDED EVERY­ WHERE TO APPROPRIATE THE BEST GRA7INS FOR THEIR HERDS, THE BEST CROPS FOR THEIR PEOPLE, TO THE EXTENT OF REDUC­ ING TO THE 6REATEST DISTQES5 THE PEOPLE WHO HAD ACTUALLY SOWN THE Cf50PSANDTILLED THE SOIL AND TENDED THE LAND—THE ISRAELITES'! THIS OPPRESSION LASTED SEVEN YEARS, EACH YEAR BECOMING WORSE TUAN THE LAST! FINALLY, 60D CAlSED UP GIDEON TO DELIVER THE PEOPLE FROAt THEIR FOREIGN OPPRESSORS -BUT ONLY AFTER THEY HAD 5HOWN THAT THEY WERE TRULY REPENTANT FOR HAVING STRAYED AWAY FROM GOD'S WAY OF LIFE—A DECISIVE BATTLE WAS FOUGHT IN THE PLAIN OF JEZREEL, RESULTING IN COMPLETE VICTORY FOR ISRAEL AND, THE BIBLE STATES, THE LAND WAD PEACE AND REST FOR THE NEXT FORTY YEARS. (JUDGES &-2l c ^&"tSS I X.;v-: / 1 1 30HN O z 1 1 IltH T , / . z 234 . SAVE THIS FOR YOUR SUNCW SCHOOL SCRAPBOOK. ASSEMBLY OF 000MARANATHA CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLYHwy 601 North Mocksville. N C Rev Ke<th HamrickSunday School 9 45 a m.Morning Wo/ship 10 45 ,1 mEvening Worship 6 00 p.m. ■APTISTADVANCE BAPTIST CHURCHHighway 801 Lnnny R. Atkins, pastor Wednesday Youth Choir 5:30 p.m.Wednesday Fellowship Moal 6:00 p m.Wednesday Mission Groups 7 00 p mAdult B*blo Study 1st Sunday Evening Each Month BEAR CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH Bear Crook Church Road North 01 Mocksvillo Rev. Jerry Cloniger, Jr.Sunday School 10:00 a m.Mornmg Worship 11:00 a.m.Wednesday B>blo Study 7:00 p m.BLAISE BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 601 North at 1-40 Rev. Glenn Sellers, pastor Sunday School Mornmg Worship Evening Worship 9:45 a.m. 11:00 a m 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p m.Wednesday Service BREAD OF LIFE BAPTIST CHAPELFour Corners Community, Hwy. 801 Phil Kitchin. pastorSunday School 10 00 a m.Pieaching Service 11:00 a.m.CALAHALN FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTCHURCHCalahaln RoadRev. Carrol Jordan, pastorSunday School 10 00 a.mWorship Service tt00amSunday Night Worship 7 00 p mWednesday Brble Study 7:00 p.m.CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCHHtghway 601 SoulhRt 7. Bo* 92, MocksvilleJtm Gryder, p3StorSunday School 10 00 a m.Worship Service 11:00 a m.Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m.CEDAR CREEK BAPTIST Cedar Creek ChurchRoad 0r W.C. Hay. PastorSunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Service2nd & 4th Sunday 1 30 p m.CHINAOUAPIN GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Chinaquapin Church Road oll Hwy. 601 Rev., 0arrell McConnell COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Gladstone RoadSunday School 10 00 a mWorship Sorvico t1 00 a mCORNATZER BAPTIST CHURCH Advance. N.C.DAVIE BAPTIST CHURCH Fork. N CSunday School 9 45 a mWorship Sorvice 11 00 a mEvening Worship 7 00 p rnWednesday Service 7 00 p mDUTCHMAN CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 601 oll Hwy 64 EATON S BAPTIST CHURCH Eaton's Church Rond Rov Oav>d GiltireathSun<ta> School 10 00 amWorship Svfvtct! 11 00 a mWodnt>r,dav f*ra>vr Sorvice 7 30 p rnEDGEWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 801 North CooU>emov. N C Rev DC SuMivnn, pastor Sunday School 10 00 a rnSunday Woishtp 1100amSund<iy Evorung Wofsmp 7 00 p rnWednvsday Sorvic*j ? 00 p mFARMINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH Farrmn()ti)n RuadSunday School 10 00 a rnWorship Svfvico 1100 amYoulh Training Urvon 7 00 p mFIRST BAPTIST CHURCH N Main Street W. Paul Riggs pastor Sunday School Mornmg Worship Ev<mrng Worship Church Traming 9 45 a m 11 00 a m 7 00 p m 6 00 p m 7 oo p mWednesday Biblo Study .F.IRST BAPTIST CHURCHMargmai Sttuot, Cooltivmdti, N C .........Rov. Larry G AflenSunday School • 9 t 5 a mMorning Worship 11 00 a rnEvening Worship 7.00 p mChurch Trarning 6 00 p rnWednosday Bible Study 7:15 pmFORK BAPTIST CHURCH G mtlos east on Hwy 64 Sunday School 9 45 n m.Worship Service 11:00 a mEvening Worship 7 20 p m.GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH Rt. 6, MocksvilloSunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.Wednesday Strvteo 7:00 p.m.OREEN HILL BAPTIST CHURCH Green Hill Rood Rov Graham Wooten, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Servico »0 45 a.m.Evening Woiship 7:00 p.m.Wednesday Worship 7:00 p.rp. GREEN MEADOWS BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy; 801, Farmington M. Ray Davis, pastorSunday School 10.00 a m.Worship Sorvico 11:00 a m.Evening Worship 7:30 p mWednosday Serv>co 7:30 p m.HOPE BAPTIST TABERNACLE Highway 158 East Pastor; Oavid JordonSunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Servico 10:45 a.m.Evangelistic 7:30 pm.Wednesday Sorvice 7:00 p m.UAMES CROSSROADS BAPTIST CHURCH Kenneth Hydo, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Wotship Sorvice 11 00 a.m.Evening Worship 6 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.Evuning Worship 7:30 p m.Wednesday Servico 7:30 p.m.NO CREEK PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCHNo Creek Road oll Hwy. 64SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH628 Depot St , MocksvilleRev. A.O. Walker, pastorSunday School 9:45 a m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.SMITH GROVE BAPTIST CHURCHHwy. 158 EastTRINITY BAPTIST CHURCHRt. 4, MocksvilleDarrell Cox, pastorSunday School 10:00 a m.Worship Servico 11:00 a.m.Evening Worship 7.00 p.mWednesday Servico 7.00 p.m.TURRENTINE BAPTIST CHURCH Rt. 7, Mocksville Rev. Billy J. Sloop, paslor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Sorvtce 11:00 a m.Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m.VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH Midway St . Cooleemee 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.Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 00 p m.YADKIN VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH Rt. 6, Yadkin Valley Rd. Advance Loon Wood. PastorSunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Evening Service 7:30 p.m.Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. CATHOLIC ST. FRANCES CATHOLIC MISSION Sunday Service 10 30 a mWednesday Evening 7 00 p m CHURCH OF CHRIST CORINTH CHURCH OF CHRISTCharlio Harrison. Jr., minister Sunday Worship 11 00 a mEvening Worshtp 7 00 p mJERICHO CHURCH OF CHRIST Jott W<ihnms, Ministc/Sunday D<hie Class 10 00 a mWoishjp U 00 amWorship 6 00 p mWednesday Bible Study 7 30 p m CHURCH OF 000 COOLEEMEE CHURCH OF GOOCoolfiemoo. NCUutht'f Ctiambers. pastorSunii.iy School t0 00 a mM('rniiH) Worship 11 00 a mEvt*nmg Worship 6 00 p rnWo<lnosday FTH 7 00 p m.CLEMENT GROVE CHURCH OF GODHwy 64 Wostt W ljarnos, pastorSabbath t0 00 a mWorship Sorvico 1:00 p mEvonmg Worship 8:00 p.m.Wt>dnesday Service 8:00 p.m.MOCKSVILLE CHURCH OF GOD D*t(jht Durham, pastor >lwy 64 EaslSunday School 10:00 a mWorship Service 11:00 a m.Evonmg Worship 7 00 p.mWednosday Sorvice 7 00pm EPISCOPAL.................COOLEEMEE ESPlSCOPALCHURCH OF GoOD SHEPHERDRvv Edwin P BaileyHoiy Euchanst 9 30 a m.F0RK EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE ASCENSIONRev. Edwin P. BaileyHoly Eucharist 11:15 a.m.ST. CLEMENT'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH . Meeting at Voglor‘s Chapel M«Jdiubrook 0rive. Clemmons Rov. Joan GrimmSunday School 10.00 a m.Worship & Holy Communion 11:00 a m. 11M INTE*OENOWINATIONALM0CKSVILLe INTERDENOMINATIONAL CHURCHRov, Lindsay Wa)iors, paslor Sunday School 9:45 a m.Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.Youth Service 6:30 p m.Wednesday Bible Sludy 7:00 p.m. lUTHKftANHOLY CROSS LUTHERAN CHURCHRov. John A Johnson, pastor Hwy. 601 South. Mocksville Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Sorvice 11:00 a.m. MKTMOOItTA.M.E. ZION METHODIST CHURCHBooetown S(reet. Mocksvillo ADVANCE UNITED METHODIST CHURCHAdvanco, N C.BAILEY’S CHAPEL UNITED METHODISTBarley's Chapel RondBETHEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCHBefhel Church RondBETHLEHEM UNITED METHODISTCHURCHRt. 1. Redland Road, Advance. NC Rev. Robert C. Peun1oy. Paslor Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Worshtp 11:00 a mCENTER UNITED MEtHODIST CHURCH Highway 64 Wes! At I 40Dr S B. Warner. Pastor )si & 2nd SundayChurch School 9:45 a.m.Worship Service 11.00 a.m.3rd. 4th 4 5th Sunday Worship Service 9:45 a.m.Sunday School 10:45 a.m.Wod. Church School 3:30p m.CHESTNUT GROVE METHODIST CHURCH Kathryn W. Tart, pastor ,2nd & 4th SundaySunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Servico 11:00 a.m.CONCORD UNITED METHODIST CHURCHCherry Hill RoadRev. John Deyton, minister1st & 3rd SundayWorship Sorvice 1100 a m.Sunday School - 10 00 a m.2nd & 4th SundayWorshrp Sorvice 10 00 a.m.Sunday School 11:00 a.m5lh Sunday WorshipAlternate 10 00 & 11:00 a.m.COOLEEMEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCHJoseph W. Collins, pastorCORNATZER UNITED METHODISTCHURCHCornatzer RoadDULlN METHODIST CHURCHAdvance, N.C.ELBAVILLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Hwy. 801. Advance. N C FARMINGTON METHODIST CHURCH ls1 SundaySunday School 11:00 a.m.Worship Service 10:00 a.m2nd & 4th SundaySunday School 10:00 a.m.3rd SundaySunday School 10.00 a m.Worship Servico 11:00 a.m.FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCHNorth Mmn Slrooi. MocksviiloRev. Don Lloyd, paslorSunday School 10 00 a.m.Worship Serv>ce 1100 a mFULTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCHHwy. 801 between Fork and AdvanceRev. Kermit E. Shoal, pastorlsi & 4th SundaySunday School 11 00" a m.Worship Sorvico 9 45 a m2na, 3rd & 5th SundaySunday School 9 45 a mWorship Survico 1V00 a mHARDISON UNITED METHODIST CHURCHJericho Church RoadLIBERTY UNITED METHODIST CHURCHGladstone Road1st & 3rd SundaySunday School 11 ou a mWorship Sorvice 9 45 a m2nd & 4th SundaySunday School 9 45 a mWorship Sorvico r i 00 a mMAINVlLLE A.M.E. ZION METHODIST CHURCHVaughn L Adams, pastor R|. 6. Box 37, Mock$vilk*Sunday School 9 30 a mWorship Service 11 00 a niMOCKS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Advanco, N C.MT. OLIVE METHODIST CHURCHRt 5, Mocksvillo1st. 2nd. & 3rd SundaySunday School io 00 a rnWorship Sorvico 11 00 a m•tth Sunday. .Sunday School 11 00 a mWorship Service 10 00 a m NEW UNION UNITED METHOOIST CHURCHHaywood B. Hyatt, pastor Sunday Schoof 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. METHODISTWorship Sevice OAK GROVE UNITED CHURCHHwy. 158 EastSALEM UNITED METHOOIST CHURCHDavie Academy Road Dr. S.B. Warner, Paslor lsi & 2nd Sundays Worship SorviceSunday School 3rd, 4th & 5th Sunday 9:45 a.m. 10:45 a.m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Sen/ice 11.00 a.m.SMITH GROVE UNITED METHODIST CHURCHHwy. 158 East, Mocksville Rov. Bobby G. Swaim. paslor 1st & 3rd SundaySunday School 11:00 a.m.Worship Servico 10:00 a.m.2nd, 4ih & 5th SundaySunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m.UNION CHAPEL METHOOIST CHURCHKathryn U. Tart, paslor1st, 3rd, & 5th SundaySunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.WESLEY CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCHAdvance. N.C.lsl SundaySunday School 11 :00 a.m.Worship Service 10:00 a.m.2nd. 3rd. & 4th SundaySunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Sorvice 11:00 a.m.ZION CHAPEL UNITED METH0DlSTCHURCHRev. Haywood B. Hyatt, pastor PMCMVTUIANBIXBY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHFork Church Road at Comatzor Road Oav<d Oaniel, pastorSunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Sunday Evening Bible Study 7:00 p.m. COOLEEMEE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 60 Walts Street-Cooleemee Kennelh E. Pollock, Paslor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Wod. • Prayor & Biblo Study 7:30 p.m.FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Leland A Richardson, minister Corner So. Main St & Lexington Hwy. Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Mornmg Worship 11:00 a.m.SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 458 Pine St., Ivan W. Lowory, Paslor Sunday School 9:30 a.m.Worship Service 10:30 a.m.2nd & 4th Sunday WCftlKYANLIBERTY WESLEYAN CHURCHA.C Clemons, pastor MOCKSVILLE WESLEYAN CHURCHHospital Street, Mocksville David Rollins, PaslorSunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship 11:00 a.m.Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 p.m.Wednesday Worship 7:00 p.m. MO*AVIANMACEDONIA MORAVIAN CHURCHHt;v E Hampton Morgan, Jr.. pastor Hw>- 001. Farmington Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Sorvico 11:00 a mEvenmg Worship 7 30 p m MORMONChurch 01 Jesus Christ 01 Latter Day Snints8ti9 Hardison St . MocksvilleSunday Meeting 10 00 a m • 12 noon SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTSEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTMiiiiiu) Hoad S'<t Mills p<isiuiSabt>ath School 9 30 a mWorship SnrviCO 11 00 a m PENTECOSTAL HOLINESSCLARKSVILLE PENTECOSTALLibt.*My Church Ro.>i?Hv% Alt)f!it Gt>nllt'Su-',].)> St:hool 10 00 a mWof,hi|' S.-f..cv 1 1 00 .i mMOCKSVILLE PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Millmi| Hua.:Rev David J Ha<jii* F>.v.!<-t SuMl1.l> SctUi(M . 10 *JU .1 itlWorship Svrvivi' 11 00 .( inEvf*niruj Srrviu- t", ov ii v'NEW CALVARY HOLINESS CHURCH*HI 1 Turu>nltn** Chun.n H.i,i:j Mocksvilk* NC ?’01’H PjbU)t Fv<<ni)elisi Chari**"*' i .--,M-,REDLAND PENTECOSTAL HOLINF.SS Januis StuAv paslorSunday School to ufl .\ mWorship SorviCH 1lfkiamEvangelistic / w p *n .Wednesday Family fVujht ‘ 7 o<t p m ,,z- Support The M erchants W ho B ririg You This Inform ation ‘ T h e C hurch O f Y o u r Choice MARTIN HARDWARE & GENERAL MDSE. Feeds, Dry Qoode, Groceries end FertW#f Depot Street Mocksvilta, N.C. 270W - Phone 634-2126 Eaton Funeral Home 328 North Main Street Mocksville, N.C. 2702« Phone 634-2148 DAVIE TRACTOR & IMPLEMENT CO, Ford Farming Sties And Service New Holland Equipment Highway 001 South Mocksvllle, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-5969 C.A. SEAFORD LUMBER CO. «— ■—>._ ^ > ^ wvn*nv n o n»« — »-----»—^ y *W%NvVnMf WtW* 270M Phone 634-5146 Comfttmtn ti of DAVIE COUNTY FARM BUREAU 977 YadklnvHh Roed MocktvHh, N.C. 6344207 SHEFFIELD LUMBER 6 PALLET C0. Rouk I, k i m MockavWe, N.C. 270« Phone 492-5565 JEFFC0 C0., INC. In the Hillsdale Community M vaJo^U .C . 27006 Phone 996-6193 FULLER WELDING & FABRICATORS Hwy. 601 8 P.O. Box «21 Mocksvllto, N.C. 634-3712 DvncGiMS W P * % Sleel F*bricsting Commercial and Industrial 122 Wllkesboro St. Mocksville, N.C. 27028 634-2379 'W D aily Devotion 9:30 to 9:45 a.m . M onday T h ru Saturday W D S L >bituaries DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April l2, I99»-9C Jones To Speak B rian J. Andrade The funeral for Brian Jcltivy An­ drade is scheduled for 11 a.m. Fri­ day, April 13. al Eaton's Funeral Chapel, M<>cksville, conducted by the Rev. Shelby Harbotir. Burial will he in Rose Cemetery. Andrade. 15. ofRoute4. Plea­ sant Acre Drive, Coolecmce, died Tuesday, April 10, in Wyler Children's Hospital in Chicago. III. The family will heat the funeral lu>me in Mocksville from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, April 12. Born Aug. 14, 1974, in Mocksville, Andrade was a son of Frcd Trcxlcr ofSeattlc, NVash., and Stephanie Charest Wensil of the home. A 10th grade student at Davic High School, hc had bccn an avid fisherman and a devout University of North Carolina fan. ln addition to his parents, hc is survived by: his stepfather, Brian Wensil of the home: his step­ mother, Susie Trexler of Seattle, Wash.; three sisters. Erica An­ drade of the home, Kristi and Keri Trcxlcr, both of Seattle Wash.; a brother. Tommy Andrade of the home; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Charest of Mocksville; paternal grandmother, Berta Coleman of Washington; paternal step-grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Wensil and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Phelps, all of Coolecmce: and paternal great- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gray of Concord. Louise T . Cook The funeral for Louise Tutterow Cook was held at 4 p.n>. Saturday, April 7, at West Point Baptist Church, Kannapolis, conducted by Dr. Larry Arrowood. Burial was in Carolina Memorial Park, ; Concord. Memorials may bc made to Hospice of CabarrusCounty, P.O. Box 1235, Concord. N.C. 28025 or Wcst Point Baptist Church, 1100 Pine St., Kannapolis, N.C. 28081. * Born Dec. 25, 1925, in Davie County, Mrs. Cook was a daughter of thc late Harvie A. and Fannie Wood Tutterow. A homemaker, she was a member of West Point Baptist Church. She had been a resident of the area most of her life. Her husband, William Daniel ‘ “Bill" Cook, died April 2, 1985. Survivors include: a brother, Harvic A. Tutterow Jr. of Landis; three sisters, Hazel Rodgcrs of Davidson, Margaret Armstrong of Kannapolis and Katherine McGuire of China Grove; and a number of nieces and nephews. Mrs. Cook, 64, of 309 S. . Walnut St., Kannapolis, died Thursday, April 5, at her home after being in declining health for the past two months. Paul W . Groce Mr. Paul Winfred Groce, 78, of Route 2, Yadkinville, died at 11:15 a.m. Wednesday, April 4, at Bap­ tist Hospital. He was born in Yadkin County to Floyd Thomas and Bessie Shore ; Groce. He was a member of For- .;. bush Baptist Church, where he was a former Deacon, Trustee and Sun­ day School teacher. He was retired from Hanes Hosiery and Was a Veteran ofWorld War II. He was '. a lifetime member ofthe American : Legion Post No. 336, East Bend '■ and a lifetime member of the Disabled American Veterans. Surviving are: his wife, Lillian ■ Spillman Groce, ofthe home; one ■ daughter, Mrs. Phillip (Joan) ■ Wooten ofYadkinville; one grand- • son; three sisters, Mrs. Abram (Opal) Phillips and Mrs. Roger ; (Nancy) Mackie, both of Yadkin- ; ville, and Mrs. Ralph (Margaret) Smoot of Elkin; and two brothers, Ernest C. Grocc ofYadkinville and Thomas B. Groce of Route 5, ; Mocksville. | Mr. Groce was preceded in [ death by two brothers, Ralph and ’ Nelson Groce and one sister, Etta i Mae Groce. £ Funeral services were held at 2 I p.m. Saturday, April 7, at Forbush : Baptitt Church by the Rev. John £ Wilkinson and the Rev. J.C. i- 9hore. Burial was in the church | cpoery. Mmoriak may be made to the ftad of Forbuih Baptist D. SpiUman, Route , N.C. 27055. William ‘Bill’ Gilbert Jr. Mv. William Oscar "Bill" Gilbert Jr.. 71. of Route 6. Ad­ vance. died Saturday, April 7. Mr. Gilbert was born Dec. 10, 1918. in Forsyth County to W.O. and Lilly Edveridge Gilbert Sr. Mr. Gilbert had been in declining health for several years. He spent most ofhis life in For­ syth County. He was a member of Advent Moravian Church. He was very active in Scout work and was a graduate ofGriffith High School. He served in the Army during World War 11 and was a life member of Veterans of Foreign Wars of Clemmons and a member of the Odd Fellow Lodge. He was a life mcmbcrofthe American Ex- prisoners ofWar. He was with R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company for 31 years before retiring. Surviving arc: his wife, Audrey Yow Gilbert, of the home; two daughters. Miss Vicki Maude Gilbert of Clemmons, Mrs. John (Brenda) Teague of Kcrnersvillc; two sons, the Rev. W.O. Gilbert IH of Koon Rapids, Minn, and Steven Roy Gilbert of Mocksville: two sisters. Mrs. Hazel Knousc of Winston-Salem. Mrs. Marion Hayworth of Pfafftown; one brother, Sam Gilbert of Wishing Well Road; 10 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and a number of nieces and nephews. A son. Staff Sgt. John Robert Gilbert, preceded him in death in January 1985. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 10, at Advent Moravian Church, conducted by the Rev. Roger Kimball. Burial followed in Forsyth Memorial Park with military rites by District 11 Memorial Honor Guard, N.C. Veterans of Foreign Wars. Memorials may be made to Ad­ vent Moravian Church or Hospice of Davie County. James T . C ran fill Mr. James Theodore Cranfill, 58, ofRt. I. Liberty, died Sunday, April 8, at Alamance Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were schedul­ ed for II a.m. Wednesday. April 11, at Monnctt Road Baptist Church. Burial was to be in Crestview Memorial Park, Rural Hall. He was a native of Iredell Coun­ ty and was a Veteran of the Korean War. He was retired from Over­ night Transportation Co. Surviving arc: his wife, Leta Putnam Cranfill of the home: one son, Irvin Cranfill ofGreensboro; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Sheila Roberson ofWinston-Salem; three grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Stella Godfrey of Winston-Salem and Mrs. Betty Dolinger of Hamp- tonville; and two brothers, Leroy Cranfill of Advance and Roger Cranfill of Winston-Salem. Thom as Frank Jones Thomas Frank Jones, 71, of Route 1, Simmerson Road, Lin- wood in thc Churchland communi­ ty, died at 2:l0a.m. Wednesday, April 4, in Lexington Memorial Hospital. He had been in declining health two years. The funeral was held at 4 p.m. Friday, April 6, at Pine Primitive Baptist Church, conducted by Elder John Draper and Elder Kemp Walker. Burial was in Snider Cemetery. Memorials may be made to thc Snider Cemetery Fund, in care of W.A. "Bill" Williams, Route 5, Box 985, Lexington, N.C. 27292. Born Aug. 23, 1918, in Davic County, Jones was a son ofthe late George Anderson and Lula Hen­ drix Jones. Retired from N.C. Finishing Co., hc was a World War 11 veteran ofthe U.S. Army Air Corps. A member of Pine Primitive Baptist Church, he was a church trustee. He was also a member of Rccds American Legion Post 162, Churchland Fire Department’s board of directors and the ASCA County Committee. Survivors include: his wife, Laura Williams Jones; a son, Willie Jones of Simmerson Road; a daughter, Annie Laura Pickett of Concord; a brother, Roy Jones of Reedy Creek; five sisters, Ruth Livengood, Sue Beck, Vae Everhart and Burnell Weaver, all of Le*inglon, and Elh Bamcs of Advance; and ^ve grandehUdiw. Julius W . M ille r Jr. Mr. Julius Wesley MillcrJr., 73, olYi945 Barkw<xxl Dr., Lewisville, died Friday morning, April 6. at Forsyth Memorial Hospital. He was born on Feb. 19, 1917, in Winston-Salem to Julius Wesley Miller Sr. and Gladys Fansler Miller. He spent most of his life in Winston-Salem. He had served in the United States Army. He was a member of Wachovia Arbor Moravian Church, where he had served as an acolyte for the past three years. He retired in 1981 from Western Electric after 30 years of service. He was a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America. Surviving are: his wife, June Dixon Miller of the home; three daughters, Ethel Mae Peaston of Scottland, Julia Taylor and Bren­ da Crater, both ofWinston-Salem: two sons, Wes and Mark Miller, both of Pfafftown; 12 grand­ children; one sister, Mrs. Mary Boger of Advance; three brothers, Harold and Clive Miller, both of Winston-Salem and Jimmy Miller of Advance. Funcral services were held at 1 p.m. Sunday. April 8, at Voglcr’s Reynolda Road Chapel by Bishop Robert lobst and the Rev. Henry Lewis. Burial followed in Parklawn Memorial Gardens. M arg aret S. Reichert Mrs. Margaret Sparks Reichert, 47. of 709 Hickory Hill Ct.. Gastonia, died Sunday, April 8, at her home after an extended illness. Funeral services werc schedul­ ed for 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 11, at Alcxander-Church-Kennedy Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Wade McKnight. Burial was to follow in Crestwood Memorial Gardens. Mrs. Reichert was born in Surry County on April 2. 1943. to Cullcn and Annie Cothrcn Sparks. She was a graduate of Elkin High School and was a member ofGrace Baptist Church, Gastonia. She was employed by American Dornier Co. in Charlotte. Surviving are: her husband, Werner W. Reichert of the home; one daughter, Ms. Michelle Reichert of the home; two sons, Craig W. Chipman of Elkin and Chris Chipman of Boone: hcr mother, Mrs. Annie Sparks of Jonesville; and two sisters, Mrs. Jennie Wilmouth of Dobson and Mrs. Pamela Baldwin of Mocksville. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Gaston County, 990 Robinwood Rd.. Gastonia. N.C. 28054. Rev. L .M . Tenery The Rev. L.M. Tenery, 84, of 6 Taxvba Lanc. Greenville, S.C., a retired Baptist minister, died Wednesday, April 4, at a local hospital following a brief illness. Born and reared in Italy. Texas, he was a son of the late J.E. and Addie Windham Tenery. He at­ tended Trinity University in Texas and graduated from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas in 1945. Tenery served as pastor of Nebo Baptist Church in Marion, S.C.; Spring Hill Baptist Church in Lan­ caster. S.C.; Fork Baptist Church in Mocksville; South Albemarle Baptist Church in Albemarle; and Zoar Baptist Church in Shelby, from which he retired in 1968. Since his retirement, he had made his home in Greenville. He was a member of Monaghan Baptist Church. Surviving are: his wife, Mrs. Jewell Gardner Tenery; two sons. Dr.. James M. Tenery of Maysville, Ky., and The Rev. Robert M. Tenery, pastor of Burkemont Baptist Church in Morganton; six grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Gail Tenery Bratcher of En­ nis, Texas; and a brother, J.O. Tenery of Plainview, Texas. A daughter, Mrs. GlendaTenery Gamble, died October of 1984. Funeral services were conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 7, at Monaghan Baptist Church by The Rev. Gene Lloyd and The Rev. Robert M. Tenery. Burial was in Fork Baptist Church Cemetery MocksviHe. Floyd H arding Swisher Floyd Harding Swisher. 55. of Route 6, Mocksville died April 9 at his home after a brief illness. Funeral services were schedul­ ed for2 p.m. Wednesday, April 11 at Eaton’s Funeral Home Chapel, conducted by the Rev. David Barney. Burial was scheduled for Bixby Presbyterian Church cemetery. Hc was born Aug. 23, 1934 in Davie County to Louise Richard­ son Swisher ofStatesville and the late Floyd Swisher He was employed with Penn­ ington Chevrolet for 25 years and with Service Distributors lbr the past 7 years. He was a member of thc national guard. Survivors in addition to his mother include: his wife. Peggy (Tink) Robertson Swisher of the home; two daughters, Cynthia Swisher of Salisbury and Katrina Swisher of the home; one son, Dwayn Swisher of Mocksville; one brother, Jtobcrt Swisher of Goldsboro; one grandson and two step grandchildren. Churches Set Services Mount Olive United Methodist Church, together with Farmington United Methodist and Wesley Chapel United Methodist, will celebrate Holy Communion at Mt. Olive, located in the Wyo Com­ munity on Maundy Thursday, April 12, at 7 p.m. The Rev. Fred Shoaf will lead the service. A Tennebrue service for the Far­ mington Charge will be held on Good Friday, April 13. at 7:30 p.m. at the Farmington United Methodist Church. Easter Sunday, April 15, the Ml. Olive United Methodist Church will conduct a service on the graveyard at 8:20 a.m. The Methodist Men will serve breakfast around 8:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Sunday School rolls will be checked at 9:20 a.m. Worship Ser­ vice will begin at 9:30 a.m. The Junior UMY will present a program titled, "Were You There?” followed by the choir's mini-musical, "The Miracle Of Easter." Robin Dixon will deliver the Easter sermon. MinistersRe-Organize The Davie County Ministerial Association has re-organized. Officers for the new minister's groupare: the Rev. Ron Honeycutt of Jerusalem Baptist Church, presi­ dent; the Rev. D.C. Sullivan of Edgewood Baptist Church, vice president; and thc Rev. Kathy Tart of Union Chapel and Chestnut Grove United Methodist churches, secretary-treasurer. "Our main concern is for ministry in the nursing homes, prison and with the youth," Tart said. “Our main goal is for fellowship and service ... to the county in any way we can." Ministers of all denominations arc welcomed, she said. The association is not an advocacy group. The association meets thc third Thursday of every month at 10:30 a.m. at Mocksville First Baptist Church. On April 19, Barbara Basham will talk about the upcom­ ing Project Prom event, an all- night party without alcohol and drugs for Davie High School students. TheBaptists, Not Methodists An article in last week's Dinir County Entcijirisc-Ri’cord incor­ rectly identified thc church which is sponsoring tutoring classes for students. The article should have said Ad­ vance Baptist Church is the spon­ sor of the two night a week session, Classes are held each Tuesday and Thursday from 7-8:30p.m. in the church fellowship hall. The Enterprise-Record regrets the error. Bobby Jones will be the guest speaker for the annual guest night ofthe Christian Women's Club at Bermuda Run Country Club on Friday, April 20, at 7:30 p.in. Jones' NBA career lasted 12 years. Hc played four years with the Denver Nuggets and eight years with the Philadelphia 76crs. For 10 years in a row Jones was a member of thc All-Defensive Team (first team). His college years were spent playing under the leadership of Dean Smith at the University of North Carolina.at Chapel Hill. Now retired from thc Philadel­ phia 76ers. he is the athletic direc­ tor at Charlotte Christian School, as well as assistant basketball coach. Hc has recently started a Bobby Jones basketball camp 'in Charlotte. In addition to having Jones as the guest speaker, Belk of Winston- Salem will present a style show of spring and summer fashions for men and women. Bill and Peggy Thompson will bc the featured musical guests. Thc cost will bc $ 17.75 per per­ son and reservations may be made by calling 998-5708 or 768-5892 by April 16. MS, The Rev. and Mrs. Randall T. Smith, both Davie natives, will be missionaries in the Philippines.Couple Picked To Be Missionaries To Philippines RICHMOND. Va. - Thc Rev. and Mrs. Randall T. Smith were among 29 people named mis­ sionaries by the Southern Baptist Foreign Mission Board April 3 at the San Diego (Calif.) Convention and Performing Arts Center. The Smiths will live in thc Philippines, where hc will start and develop churches and they will bc involved in a variety of^)utrcach ministries. Since 1987 he has been pastor of lmmanuel Baptist Church in Wabash, Ark. He also is a cabinet maker with Carpenter’s Cabinets in Elaine, Ark. Born in Salisbury, Smith is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Smith of Cooleemee. He grew up in Coolecmce and considers it his hometown and East Taylorsville Baptist Church in Taylorsville his home church. First Baptist Church in Cooleemee also was influential in his Christian growth, he said. He earned a bachelor's degree from North Carolina State Univer­ sity in Raleigh and thc master of divinity degree from Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary in Memphis, Tenn. He has been a cargo handler with thc Federal Express Corp. in Memphis. Born and reared in Mocksville, Mrs. Smith, thc former Debra Blackwelder, is the daughter of Elizabeth Blackwelder of Mocksville and the late Paul Blackwelder. She also considers East Taylorsville Baptist Church her home church. First Baptist Church in Mocksville also was in­ fluential in her Christian growth, she said. ; She earned an associate degree froni Guilford Technical Com­ munity College in Jamestown. She has been a registered dental hygicnist for Dr. R.W. Grant in Taylorsville. The Smiths have three children: Anna Elizabeth, bom in 1980; Paul Thomas. 1986; and Randall Scott, 1987. The family will go to Rockville. Va., in May for a seven- week orientation before leaving for the field. 1858 1990 SERVICE FUNERAL DIRECTORS Clcmmoih 2849 Middlehrikik l)r. 919-766-4717 Lexington 405 S. Main St. 7M-246-2J66 132 Years Of Service CREMATORY SERVICE Clemmons, N.C. 766-4715 Winston-Salem 120 S. 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Other tours wlll be an­ nounced In thls paper throughout the year. ffeA? v - ;* 1 ) ,',f f l | r o ^ W M ^ ^ r W ^ V - :K.?r.';- - •EUftffsffiwM&frj'fe^ • '• - V ' •'«••■ - * T W * " Come by for a schedule of our trips! ■»■» ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ » ♦ ♦ » » » » '♦ ♦ e » » » + » » » i*: F e a tu r e w n■‘:fr:^ -'W ^ « ., . .V . r;^^Y«:h v W ' ,. :. •",>„,•,,-. ••:• ',;*•• <>J—f '>Vy,*-"t . -< * 1 -; - , 1 1 " . ' ^ ■"- -'• 1 ,:^V:.r>Ai ^- DAVIE C<HJNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, AprH12, V .. : lD' 9P *K ff^ ^ ^ 7*!-;f. ' ^ r ;,?r ’ .^ •S ^ t ^ : , v y<fca^ When Millie the Vietnamese pot-bellied pig gets ready for a nap, she has her own bed and sleeping bag. — Photos by Robin Fergusson <. :vpi/sxs ^ m & ^ -,*9 * *V ■', ^ f ^ ' : Pot-Bellied Pet Family Shares Home With Vietnamese Pig I!) Mike llurnhar<lt Davie County Enterprise-Record This littlc piggy wcnt to town. This litt!c piggy wcnt to school. This littlc piggy is no clown. This littlc piggy is rciil cool. Antl this littlc piggy wcnt outsidc ... bcforc she wcnt wec, wee, wcc all ovcr thc ground. That's right. Thc littlc piggy wcnt outsidc from thc home she shares with dog Mandy and thc Green family — Tony, Barbara, Paula and Jason — ncar Mocksvillc. Tony and Barbara Green bought thc Vietnamese pot-bellied pig for thcir Paula. 18. in latc January. “I said everything was going outside but my dog,’’ Barbara said. “When we bought the pig, I didn’t think it would be brought in­ side ... but it was cold." Too cold for a pig which needs warmth, they said. And although they say an outdoor pcn is in thc works, it is obvious the family has become quite attached to thc ncw critter in the house. Evcn Mandy thc Dachsund secms to cnjoy the addition, as long as the pig leaves her tcnnis ball alone. “She was housebrokc thc first day we got her,” Tony said. “Wc kept her in a playpen and she used a litter box, like a cat," Barbara said. “We're trying to find a Vietnamese name and haven’t been able to, so Paula’s been calling her ‘Millie’.’’ Only in the housc for a couplcofmonths, and Millie is already spoiled. The playpen didn’t last long. “She’d pitch tantrums to get out," Barbara said. Millie will nibble lips like a kiss. Don’t ask which one of the Grecns found this out. Thcy won’t tcll. She has becn found in bcd with a family member, too. “ If we’re sitting on thc couch, she'll be in our lap," Tony said. Paula, a Davic High School senior, has taken the pig to the clcmcntary school and to the bank. “ Now, instead of doggie biscuits, they'll havc to get piggy biscuits," Tony said. Millie cats her pig chow from a dog food bowl. If she gels hungry, you feed hcr. “She'll push that bowl all over the house," Paula said. And when Millie tircs from all thc playing and cating, she takes a nap in hcroxvn sleeping bag, ncstlcd against a living room wall. Not only Uo thc dog and pig tolerate each other, they secm to be best friends, thc Grecns said. “I was afraid they wouldn’t get along," Barbara said, “but Man­ dy loves her. She even gets along with the cat. “She'd (thc pig) would chasc Mandy (thc dog) for a while and they’d turn around and Mandy would chase her. « “When the sun shines through thc door you’ll find them both laying thcrc sidc by sidc — in thc sun," Barbara said. Millie even makcs a good “watch pig," according tothe Greens. “Shc’lljump at sharp noises," Tony said. “She’ll be thc first one to hear a car comc up in thc driveway, Shc is real fast and she can run around here and sound like a big onc (pig)." . Thc pigs mature at 50-60 pounds. "When they get grown, they’re bellies will drag the ground — swayback," Tony said. Cute? These type pigs may bc so ugly that they’re cute. Evcn Tony has trouble explaining how thc pigs look. Thcy come complete with wrinkles all over when grown. "The more wrinkles they havc the better they’ll look — or worsc." Tony said. “I think the morc wrinkles they have is good." Why would anyone pay from Sl,000-$3,000 (twicc that in Western states) for a pig? Bccausc you can sell thcm for thc same amount. And bccausc they have several each litter. "This fad may blow over. Then wc’ll have a lot of expensive pork." Tony said. !• Paula Green cuddles with pet pig.Tony Green feeds Millie her favorite food — peanuts. **Qfis&j*tiBh| <*m ^F m The pig likes to check people out and untie shoelaces > A the pig and Mandy the dog became best friends, and play together around the house. I «2D-DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 12, 1991) Davie Dateline :cp Meetings M onday, A p ril 16 County commissioners mect at 7 p.m. in the hoard mum. second floor, county administration building. Tuesday, A p ril 17 Davic Rcptiblican Womcn mcci at 7:30 p.m. in the courtroom of the courthouse. Prospective members invited. W ednesday, A p ril 18 Pino Community Meeting at 7 p.m. in the community center. M onday, A p ril 23 Davie County Hospital trustees mcet at 6:30 p.m. in their board room in the hospital. Davie Republican Party Ex­ ecutive Committee mect.>? at 7:30 p.m., courthouse. Open meeting for all Republicans. Repulican can­ didates, non-partisan board of cducation candidates, invited. T uesday, A p ril 24 Davie social services board meets at 5:30 p.m. at the depart­ ment on Hospital Street. O n g o in g Mocksvilk Rotary Club mects every Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. at the Rotary Hut, Salisbury Street. Mocksvile Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4024 meets at the Post Hut on Sanford Avenue, Mocksville, 7:30 p.m., second Tuesday of each month. Veterans welcome. MocksviMe-Davie Jayce*s mcet every first Monday at Western Steer and every third Monday at the Davie County Parks and Recreation Department, Sanford Ave. 7 p.m. Compassionate Friends, a sup­ port group for bereaved parents, meets every fourth Thursday night at 7:30 in the East Room of the B.C. Brock Building, 622 N. Main St., Mocksville. Narcotics Anonymous meets every Thursday at 8 p.m. at the First "United Methodist Church fellowship hall. Akoholics Anonymous, Sun­ days and Wednesdays. 8 p.m., B.C. Brock Building, lower level, N. Main St., Mocksville. For more information, call 919-725-6031. ALATEEN group meetings are held every Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in Mocksville. For more information, call 634-2195. ALANON Family group mclings arc held every Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in Mocksville. For more information, call 634-2195. American Legion Post 174 monthly meeting at the Rotary Hut second Thursday ofeach month at 7 p.m. Veterans welcome. Mocksville Civitan Club meets at 6:30 p.m. the second and fourth Monday ofeach month at Western Steer. Davie Serioma Club meets the first and third Thursdays of"every month at 6:30 p.m. at the Western Steer in Mocksville. Advance Memorial Post 8719 Veterans of Foreign Wars and Ladies Auxiliary meets each fourth Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., at the post home in Advance. American Association of Retired Persons, Davie County Chapter, meets second Wednesday of each month, 10:30 a.m.. East Room, Brock Building. Davie County Right To Life meets at 7 p.m. on the third Thurs­ day of each month in the grand jury room of the county courthouse. Call 634-5235 or 492-5723. Cookemee Memorial VFW Poet 1119 meets second and fourth Thursdays of each month, 7:30 p.m.,Cookemee Town Hall. Davit Theatre Company meets *7:30p.m. the third Thursday of Brock Auditorium. C w M riM Loder No. 17 ! meto m the todge, te- ttn h Fnkyk,7:30 p.m. *;';vf-Wvv.'. . M E t : ' E : r' . # . Mocksville Masonic Lodge No. 134 meets the first and third Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. at the lixIge. l)avie Multiple Sclerosis Sup­ port Group meets third Tuesday of each month, 7:30 p.m., at Davie County Health Department. Extension For more information on any of these events or activities, call the Davie County Agricultural Exten­ sion Service at 634-6297. Friday, A p ril 13 Extension office closed for Good Friday. M onday, A p ril 16 Kappa Homemakers meet. 7 p.m., community building. Hostesses: Ella Gray Smith and Frances White. Tuesday, A p ril 17 Mocks Homemakers mcet. 9:30 a.m.. Mocks United Methodist Church. Advance Homemakers meet, l :30 p.m. Center Homemakers mcet, 7:30 p.m., community building. Thursday, A p ril 19 Youth livestock judging, 7 p.m., county office building. Anyone interested in participating invited. Tuesday, A p ril 24 Extension homemakers leader­ ship training. 9:l5 a.m., auditorium of the county office building. Extension Homemakers Council meeting will follow. W ednesday, A p ril 25 Cornalzer Homemakers meet at noon at Dottie Potts' home for a covered dish luncheon. Pino-Farm ington Homemakers mcet at 1 p.m. at the Senior Center in Mocksville. Thursday, A p ril 26 Cana Homemakers meet at 7 p.m. at the community building. M onday, A p ril 30 Extension Service Advisory Leadership Council meets at thc county office building. Recreation The following events are offered by the Mocksvillc-Davie Recrea­ tion Department. For more infor­ mation, call 634-2325. O n g o in g Children's theatrical classes, Tuesdays after school at the B.C. Brock Auditorium. Ages 8-14. Cost: S25 through end of school. Dance classes at Brock Auditorium. Ballet, toe, tap, acrobatics, jazz and baton; after­ noon and evening classes for ages 3 and up, including adults. Emily Robertson, instructor. Gymnastics classes, Thursday afternoons at the Brock gym. Frank Wilkins, instructor. Pre-gymnastics and fitness, designed to promote gross motor development. Class for 3-year- olds, 11-11:40 a.in. on Mondays; 4-5-year-olds, 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Classes at Brock Auditorium. Mother’s Morning Out, day care for pre-schoolers. Mocksville First Baptist Church on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; Victory Baptist Church in Cooleemec on Wednesdays; and Chestnut Grove Methodist Church, U.S. 601, on Thursdays. YMCA trips include swimming, cookout, Dinamotion (dinasour action show) and roller skating. Shag and country dance classes, Thursdays, through May 10, at Mocksville Elementary. Terry Lantloii, instructor. Fee: $25 per class. Shag classes, 7:30-8:30 p.m.; country dance, 8:30-9:30. No partner required. Beginner and experienced dancers welcome. O ngoing S<|uare dancing and clogging. Freestyle Swingers, Mondays, 7 p.m.. Arnold Broadway's home, Davie Academy Road. Call Broad­ way at 284-2766. Open to families, singles, beginners and experienc­ ed dancers. Bridge-a-rama. Call Barbara Kollins. 634-5236; Pat Bullock, 998-4157; Rita Odum, 998-8402. A e ro b ic s cla sse s Aerobics classes begin first week each month. Cost: $20. Any or all classes, same fee. Morning aerobics, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9-10 a.m.; First Methodist Church. San­ dra Johnson, instructor. Stretch and tone class, Mon­ days, Wednesdays and Fridays, 10-11 a.m.. First Methodist. Michele Shaver, instructor. Low-impud aerobics, Mondays and Wednesdays. 5:30-6:30 p.m.; Mocksville Elementary. Ann Blackman, instructor. Evening aerobics, Monday- Thursday, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Mocksville Elementary. Monday and Wednesday instructor, Kclly Bellin, and Tuesday and Thursday instructor, Karen Wishon. Aerobics in Advance, Mondays through Thursdays. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays at Bermuda Place; Sandra Johnson, instructor. Tuesdays and Thursdays at Bermuda Quay Trim & Tone; Karen Penwell, instructor. Relieion The following events are offered by the Davie Family YMCA. For more information, call 634-0345 Monday-Friday, noon-5 p.m. U p co m in g OutK)f-School Days Fun Club, April 17-20, Pinebrook Elemen­ tary (Drop off and pick up available at the Brock Building). Chtid care 6:30 a.m.4> p.m. for grades K-7. $10 {*r day. FieM t'"*' . Thursday, A p ril 12 First Baptist Church of Mocksville, Maundy Thursday Communion Service, 7 p.m. “Lord Is It I” play by First United Methodist Church, about Last Supper, 7:30 p.m. Coolccmce United Methodist Church will present “The Living Last Supper," a professional drama, at 7 p.m. B e g in n in g A p ril 12 Holy Week services at Union Chapel-Chestnut Grove United Mcthodisi churches are as follows: Maundy Thursday Communion, 7:30 p.m. at Union Chapel; Good Friday, 7:30 p.m. at Chestnut Grove; Easter Sunrise Service 7 a.m. at Union Chapel followed by a breakfast at 7:30; Easter Sunday morning worship at Union Chapel at 9 and at Chestnut Grove at 10. First Presbyterian Church in Mocksville will hold the following services: Maundy Thursday at 7:30 p.m.; Good Friday Service at noon, the Rev. lvan Lowery of thc Second Presbyterian Church will he the guest speaker; Easter Sunrise Service at 6:30 a.m. on the porch, followed by a breakfast in the fellowship hall; Sunday morn­ ing worship service at 11 a.m. St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Mission will hold thc following Holy Week services: Holy Thurs­ day, Seder Meal at 5:30 p.m. followed by the Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper at 7:30; Good Friday, Celebration of the Lord’s Passion at 7:30 p.m; Holy Satur­ day, Easter Vigil Service at 7:30 p.m; Easier Sunday, Mass at 10:30 a.m. No Bingo on Good Friday. F riday, A p ril 13 Good Friday Service, noon. First Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Ivan W. Lowery of The Se­ cond Presbyterian Chruch to preach. Mocksville Pentecostal Holiness Church will hold a special service at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. and Mrs. iim Beck, evangelists from Salisbury, and the Rev. and Mrs. David Engle of the church, will present the “Seven Last Words.” Special music provided. Tenebrae Service at Hardison United Metlu>Uist Church at 7 p.m. S aturday, A p ril 14 Car wash at Concord United Methodist Church, l0a.m.-3 p.in. Sponsored by theJr. Bellvcrs of the church, located on Cherry Hill Road olT N.C. 80l two miles north of Greasy Corner. Society Baptist Church Women will hold a bake sale in front of Food Lion in Squire Boone Plaza beginning at 8 a.m. S unday, A p ril 15 Easter sunrise service at Bethlehem United Methodist, 6:30 a.m. Light breakfast afterward in fellowship hall by United Methodist Men. Off Redland Road, Smith Grove. First United Methodist Church Easter Sunrise service, 7 a.m. Nor­ mal worship service at 11 a.m. Bear Creek Baptist Church Easter Sunrise Service at 6:30 a.m., followed by fellowship breakfast at William R. Davic Fire Dept. Sunday school at I0 a.m., no 11 a.m. worship service. Sunrise Service, Smith Grove Methodist, 6:30 a.m. Breakfast to follow by Methodist Men. Yadkin Valley Baptist revival, 7:30 nightly through April 20. Thc Rcv. Jimmy Jones of Princcton, Va. to be speaker. Special singing nightly. Cooleemec First Baptist Church Eastcr Sunrise Service at 6:30 a.m. A light breakfast will follow. Sunrise Service, Fork Baptist Church cemetery, 6:40 a.m. Church on U.S. 64, six miles east of Mocksville. B e g in n in g A p ril 16 Old-time Holy Ghost Tent Revival at 7:30 nightly on U.S. 158. Evangelists will be Dewery Ward of Kingsport, Tenn., and James Ward of Mocksville. W ednesday, A p ril 18 Fulton United Methodist Church will hold a “Poor Man's Supper” from 4 to 7 p.m. Cost is $4 per adult and $2 for children. Church located on N.C. 80l near U.S. 64. O n g o in g Bingo, Mocksville Rotary l^t, sponsored by Saint Francis of Assisi Church, each Friday, 7-10 p.m. $100 jackpot. Duette Foster Christian Seniors Club meets fourth Tuesday of each month at Oak Grove Mcthodist, 10 a.m. Davie Ministerial Association meets every third Thursday at 10:30 a.m.. First Baptist Church in Mocksville. Senior Citizens The following events are offered forscnior citizens in Davie Coun­ ty in cooperation with thc Davie County Senior Center. Brock Building, Mocksville. All events at the ccntcr unless otherwise noted. Call 634-0611. Th u rsd ay, A p ril 12 Shopping day for Easter. A p ril 13-16 Senior center closed for Easter. O n g o in g There is no charge for classes for senior citizens (age 65 or older). Classes, eight or nine sessions, $20 for anyone under 65. RSVP Sewing Bee, Thursdays, 9 a.m.-l p.m. Senior chorus practice, I p.m., Thursdays in the East Room. Art class taught by Glenda Beard. Mondays, 9 a.m.-noon. Decorative painting taught by Linda Harp, Tuesdays, 9 a.m.- noon, RSVP Room; Blanche Lagle will hold a lap quilting class on Tuesdays, 9 a.m.-noon, East Room. Punch embroidery taught by OHic Ward. Tuesdays, l-3 p.m. For more information, call 998-3201. Pecan figurine painting taught by Louise Blackwclder. Wednesdays. 8:30-11:30 a.m., RSVP room. New class Wednes­ day afternoons. 1-3, “Crafts for Fun and Profit.” Woodcarving classes taught by lna Martin. Fridays. 8:30-11:30 a.m., RSVP Room. Miscellaneous Friday, A p ril 13 Farmington Ruritan Club will be barbecuing pork shoulders for Easter. Place orders by April 8 with one of the following: John W. Pilcher, 998-3116; Ray Harding, 998-3733; or Barry Smith, 998-3286. S a turday, A p ril 14 Fund raiser for Floyd Arnold at the Fairfield Community ball field beginning at l l:30a.m. Barbecue, fish sandwiches, hot dogs and sodas for sale. Craft sale at Davie Village beginning at l p.m. All items made by rest home residents. Special entertainment by local gospel groups. Car wash at Reavis Ford in Mocksville from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sponsored by the “Davic Deserves DesNoyers” Committee. W ednesday, A p ril 18 Sheffield-Calahaln Volunteer Fire Department will hold open house from 7 to 9 p.m. at the sta­ tion. Community invited to see how the fire equipment works. Prospective firefighters have a special invitation. T hursday, A p ril 19 Candidates fortim for county commissioner candidates at 7 p.m. in the commissioners’ room in the new county administration building. Sponsored by the Davie County Firefighters’ Association. Business After Hours at the new Comfort lnn on U.S. 601 south of Mocksville from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sponsored by thc Mocksvillc-Davie Chamber of Commerce. All Chamber members invited to attend. For more infor­ mation, call 634-3304. F rid a y, A p ril 2 0 Bobby Jones will be thc guest speaker at thc Christian Women’s Club meeting at Bermuda Run Country Club at 7:30 p.m. He played four years with the Denver Nuggets and eight years with the PhiladelphiiL 76ers. Bclk of Winston-Salem will present a spring fashion show. Bill and Peggy Thompson will bc thc featured musical guests. Cost is $17.75 per person, and reserva­ tions may be made by calling 998-5708 or 919-768-5892 by April 16. A p ril 20-21 Annual spring barbecue at the Center Community Building, spoft> sored by thc Center Volunteer Fire Department and thc Center Com­ munity Development Associatidn. Annual flca market on Saturdiy. Spaces arc $5. No reservations needed, and yard salers are welcome. \ S a tu rd a y, A p ril 21 Meet the Candidates BreakfM at thc Farmington Masonic Lodge from 6 to 10 a.m. Sponsored by tte Davic County Republicae Women’s Club. Tickets are $5. Smith Grove Ruritans will hoM a chicken pie supper from 4 to 7:30 p.m. at the club building on U!S. 158. Cost is $5 for adults, $3 for children under 12. Call 99M427 or 998-2949 for ticket informed*. Tickets also sold at the door.• Davie Democrat Coanritai i I p.m. in the courthouse. S u n d a y, A p ril 2 2 Car Show sponsored by Dpfrfc County Hospital Auxiliary M i Piedmont CARS Association, Rtafe Park. Register cars 8 a.m.-noon. Gates open at noon. Admtseida: $3. Chance for cash prize wfeh admission. ' -j>; O n g o in g Veterans Servke Offlee naw hours: Monday-Tuesday, 8 a.n.*3 p.m.; Wednesday, 8 a.m.-nooa. Storytime at the main head­ quarters and CootoemeeBranchof the Davie Public Library, Tuesdays at 11 a.m. Crystal Ballroom Daace Club will sponsor a dance every see<*d Saturday at the Mocksville Elementaty School gym from 8to II p.m. No charge. Public invited. In The SchoolsH H M H i^ H M IB ^ H H H IH B T h u rsd a y,^A p ril 12 South Davie Junior High PTSA meets at 7 p.m. A p ril 13-20 Scty>ols closed for Easter and spring vacations. Tuesday, A p ril 2 4 Cookemee Advisory Couecti will mcet at 7:30 p.m. W ednesda y, A p ril 2 5 Shady Grove kindergarten registration. Davie Countv NCAE meets at 3:45 p.m. at thc Davie Public^ Library. T hursday, A p ril 2 6 Cooleemee School kindergarten orientation at 10 a.m. M o n d a y, A p ril 3 0 North Davie Junior High PTSO meets at 7 p.m. h * L L L E I L IM b S2 4 9 • 10 10 10 V L M 1 II l / t tl « ‘,0 i J .>J G ard en S h o p1SSSW. 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Furchos Molor Co. in Mock.svillc were recovered in l<ow;in County last week. Trooper C.D. Jones ol'the N.C. Highway Patrol on April 3 spotleil one ol'the cars while on a hreak in Salisbury, said Mocksvillc I’olicc Departnient Detective VVayne Stoncman. Jones is stationed in Davic County. Jones charged Sammy Blackwell, 18. ol'Old Wilkcsboro Road. Salisbury, with possession ofa stolen vehielc and driving a car with a fictitious license plate. Sloneman aiul officers with the N.C. Department of Motor Vehicles rccovcrcd thc second 1990 Plymouth Lascr latcr the same day. The two Plymouth Lasers were reported stolen from Furches two days bcforc thcy werc recovered. Additional charges are pending, Stoncman said. Earn Cash — Fight Crime On March 28. the Davie Coun­ ty Sheriffs Department look a report ofa breaking, entering and larceny at the Charlie Roger Dull residence at Route 8. Mocksville. 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Set.............*749<"> DANIEL Furniture and Electric Co., flnc. South Main Street At The Overhead Bridge Mocksville, N.C. <34*2492 *-U/t -- t 4D-DAVIE COUNTY KNTERl’RISK RECORI>. THUKSI>AY, April 12, 1990 •■“ '■"■" .V | ' ■:: ->'Brian Andrade Dies W ith Tears In His By Kathy D. Chaffin Davie County Enterprise-Record CHICAGO — Brian Ainlrade dicd atjusl after midnight Tuesday morning. “It was respiratory arrest." his mother, Stephanie Wensil. said while waiting l'or a llight home. “Thc hcart monitor went olT. The nursc hcard thc monitor and walk­ ed in his room. “She said hc had a tear in his cycs, and hc took his last breath." Doctors at thc Wylers Children’s Hospital hcre, whcrc the 15-year- old had undergone thrcc liver transplants in the last thrcc months, said Brian's brain had bcen clinically dead sincc he went into cardiac arrest at Davic County Hospital on March 25. When Brian failed to awakcn after a third liver transplant March 29, doctors ordered an EEG, which monitor's thc brain waves. "Thc EEG was completely fiat," Mrs. Wcnsil said. "There were no brain waves." Doctors thcn said they wanted to wait a few days to makc sure the medication hadn't suppressed thc brain waves. Last Friday morning. Dr. Petcr Whittington, the surgcon who did the transplants, told Brian’s fami­ ly that hc, a neurologist and intcnsivc-carc doctor had examin­ ed Brian and were 99 percent sure that hc was brain dead. In lhc 1 percent chance that he would come out of it, Mrs, Wcn­ sil said they said hc would bc a vegetable. "They said there was just a slight bit ofbrain stem func­ tion," shc said. Mrs. Wcnsil said shc and her husband, Brian, and Frcd Trcxler. her son's natural father, and his wife, agreed that Brian wouldn’t want to live on a respirator and ask­ ed doctors to take him off it after ample time had passed. A priest gave Brian thc tlnal ritcs Sunday morning, after which thc respirator was removed. “We were alljust surc that whcn wc took him off thc respirator, it would take a couple ofhours, but that hc would go into respiratory arrest and die." his mother said. But he held on until Tuesday. "He was strong." Mrs. Wensil said. "It was taking every muscle in his chest and shoulders for him to breathe. It looked like he was gasping for every breath that hc took." Brian’s body had started rejec­ ting thc newly-transplanted liver when hc dicd. Doctors weren't treating thc rejection because ofhis brain. Brian returned to his home on Pleasant Acre Drivc March 10 after a two-month stay at the Chicago hospital, during which hc underwent two liver transplants' and two other major surgeries, stemming from complications from thc first transplant. A team from thc hospital flcw down to gct Brian after his cardiac arrest on March 25. Thc Wcnsils havc bcen with him since. Brian's 11 -year-old brother. Tommy, and 7-year-old sister, Erica, arc staying with thcir grand­ parents on Dcadmon Road. Mrs. Wcnsil's mother, Bobbi Charcst, told thcm earlier that thcir brother was brain dead. "I don’t think Tommy wanted to believe it," his mother said. “He was con­ fused for a while. 1 don’t think Erica is really going to understand until it's time for thc funeral." Brian’s funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Eaton’s Funeral Homc Chapel in Mocksvillc. Thc family will receive friends at the funeral homc from 7 to 9 Thurs­ day night. Brian was told in 1988 that hc would eventually need a transplant aftcr being diagnosed as having primary schlorosingcholangitis. a rare chronic inflammation condi­ tion leading to cirrhosis ofthc liver and eventually dcath. Shelia Tribble was one ofBrian’s teachers at South Davie Junior High when hc l'otmd out. "Hc did a lot ol'soul searching in thc ninth grade," she said. "He really did when all this was going on. about what was rcal and what wasn't, particularly friends. Hc used to talk a lot about the real ones." Tribble, who was Brian's l'avoritc teacher, described him as a typical junior high student. "I just remember before he’d leave, he’d always comc by and get a hug." shc said. It was his big. brown eyes and smilc that Tribble said she will remember most. Brian's friends at South Davie havc turned to guidancc counselors to help them copc with what has happened. "I think thc prolonging ofit has bcen difficult," Tribblc said. “ Everyday it's ‘Havc you hcard from Brian? Havc you hcard from Brian7' The teachers have been vcry understanding and supportive in allowing thcse students to scck out hclp." Vicki Hendricks, a guidance counselor at Davic High, whcrc Brian was a sophomore, said several students have comc by to talk. "Wc have thrcc counselors herc, and they know that wc arc available," shc said. “In the past, we havc worked with groups of students as wcll as individual students in dealing with this." Mrs. Wensil said Brian had talk­ ed to her about dying. "When wc were up hcre the last time, hc askcd me how he could talk to God better than what he was doing." she said. "And at home, twice before he had to go to thc hospital the last time, he told me he wished hc could die and gct it over with, that he was so tircd of hurting. "At thc Davie County Hospital that Sunday, five minutes bcforc hc arrested, he said. ‘Mama, I wish I couldjust dic.' Hc said. Tm hur­ ling so bad and I'm tircd ofthis.' " Doctors and nurses at Davic County Hospital revived Brian, who had come into thc emergency room carlicrcomplaining of severe abdominal pain, then transferred him to N.C. Baptist. There, a CAT scan revealed a ruptured aneurysum in Brian’s hepatic artery. Brian underwent surgery, during which doctors tied off the hcpatic artery and kept him stable until thc Chicago tcam arrived. Mrs. Wcnsil said Brian had thc best day he had had sincc thc transplants on thc Saturday before he went into cardiac arrest. A fricnd. Krista Ruckcr, spent thc day with him. “Shc had him laughing and out walking around thc house." his mother said. “Thcy watched movies together, and hc atc thc first good mcal that he had eatcn since he had bcen home. Hc ate a wholc steak and salad for supper that night. “I'm glad hc got that day that hc could cnjoy." Mrs. Wensil said she hopes Brian's dcath won't discourage others facing a transplant. “You've got to do whatever you can do," shc said. “You’ve got to do everything you can for your child. Wc did. and I would do it again. “This is apparently something God had planned. I’ve always heard thc saying that the good die young, and you couldn’t lind a bet­ ter child than Brian. He was good- hearted. 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Trapping dogs on one's proper­ ty is legal for the town or any resi­ dent, said Davie County Dog .Warden Robert Cook. ' Cook, who advised the town against adopting the ordinance, ex­ plained how his office handles 'nuisancc dog calls. If the town adopted an ordinance, it would have to come up with its own means ofhandling dogs picked up or pay the county for the extra service. For months, residents have been complaining to Cooleemee com­ missioners tliai Mray. partly wild dogs keep them awake at night, spreail garbage around neighborhoods and threaten the safety of residents. ""Tlivciti/ens need t<u|iiit shuck­ ing their responsibility of citizen­ ship." Cook said. It is against the law to allow a dog to run at large at night. If a dog does damage and the owner is known, civil lawsuits can be filed against the owner, Cook said. If it is a stray, the dog warden's office will attempt to catch the dog and take it to the pound. The dog warden has two traps, available on a first-come first- served basis. Cook said. Any dog caught in a trap which has tags indicating the owner must be taken to the owner. Others may bc taken to the pound, he said. A property owner can only shool a dog ifit is damaging livestock or threatening the life of a person, Cook said. Task Force Report Given County Zoning Officer Jesse Boyce told the Cooleemee board about the results of a Growth Management Task Force. IJoyce said the main change recommended by tlic task lorcc is in lot sizes. The group recommend­ ed a 6().(XX) si|tiarc-lbol (I ' > acres) minimum lot sizc. which IJoyce said he thinks will bc narrowed to an acre before being adopted. The planning hoard will study lhe report, and make a recommen­ dation to county commissioners, who will hold a public hearing. He urged the Cooleemee board and residents to let the county com­ missioners know how they feel about the recommendations. IInusiiiK Ordinance Urged Michael Perkins of the Nor­ thwest Piedmont Council of Governments urged Cooleemee to adopt a minimum housing code. The board heard Perkins' report, and took no action. “What is going to attract quali­ ty people? Quality housing," Perkins said. "These small towns arc on the bottom fl<x>r. They're going to grow and how they're go­ ing to grow is up to the citizens and the town board. "These ordinances are not go­ ing to run over people's civil rights. It helps them. I would hope the board keeps considering a minimum housing ordinance." Perkins said that in other towns, people living in substandard hous­ ing arc helped to find better hous­ ing and are glad for the help. Uvcrvation Agreement OKd Cooleemee will again pay the Mocksville-Davie Recreation Department S18,000 to ad­ ministrate recreation programs in Cooleemee. Recreation Director Mike Garner outlined programs offered in Cooleemee. including operation of the swimming pool, last Mon­ day night, saying the town was get­ ting a bargain because more than 520,000 is spent in Cooleemee. The agreement was adopted 3-1, with Jackie Morton voting against it. Morton said the town should consider hiring someone from the community to head the town’s recreation. Other Action • The board unanimously agreed to pay l3ud Slnder & Sons Fence Co. Sl.l00 (grant money) for work at tennis courts at the recreation center. • The mowing contract was awarded to J&J Home {m-^ provemcnts for an estimated* $2,750. • May 13-19 was designated as clean up wcck. with an extra Satur- - day pickup of garbage, including" large items and appliances. Town Getting ABC Store Profits By Mike Barnhardl Davie County Enterprise-Record : COOLEEMEE - The town of '.Coolcemee should receive more than $10,000 from ABC Store 'revenues in the next year. ABC board members decided Monday night. The ABC board agreed to waive ;rent to the town for the town hall ;during the upcoming fiscal year, ;Ju1y I toJune 30, an estimated sav- |ings of $3,600. ; The board also plans to make two $5,000 donations to the town, one on July I and one at the begin­ ning of 1991. "!t looks like we can continue to disperse with the rent," ABC Board Chairman Bob Amos said Monday night. "We could pro­ bably stand to give them $5,000 at the first of July ... hopefully another $5,000 after the first of January. “If we don't make any money, we can't do it." Amos said. “Unless something unforeseen happens, I think we can handle it." The Rev. Willis Rosenthal, ABC Board member, said: “Our finan­ cial position is noticeably better than it was last year. That should show good faith and good opera­ tion." Thc ABC Board hopes to make a formal presentation to the town board next month. Summer Slock On The Way Store Manager Jim Helmstetler told board members the spring and summer liquor stock is on the way. Among the new items: Bacardi Breezers, pre-mixed 8 percent iilcohol drinks similar to wine Qirl Doing Well After Transplant Thc news from Chicago is good. Jettie Dawn Patton is doing well after her liver transplant April 1. Jettie, who lives with her mother Janice and father Jerry on Gladstone Road, had been placed on the national waiting list for a liver transplant in late February. The following fundraisers have been scheduled for the Patton family: • A bake sale will be held April 14 at the Cooleemee Shopping Center beginning at 8:30 a.m. • A barbecue is scheduled for April 21 at the Legion Hut. • A luncheon is planned for April 22 at Liberty United Methodist Church. • A poor man's supper will be held April 27 at 4 p.m. at Cooleemee Elementary School. • A county-wide Jettie Patton Day is scheduled for May 12 which will include bake sales, car washes, raffles and much more. For more information contact Milton Kern, president of the Mocksville-Davie Jaycees at 634-6261. coolers; and Stolichnaya Cristall. a vodka imported from Russia. "It is the finest made vodka ever pro­ duced." Hclmstctlcr said. There will be Rum Tree flavored rum drinks. Seagrams 7 Crown with a 2-liter 7-Up included, and San Francisco Cookies and Cream, a chocolate, milky type concoction, Helmstetler said. In addition, one of the liquor companies plans a golfpromotion. in conjunction with the GGO and Crosby, complete with a putting area in the Cooleemee store. “We’ll be letting everybody putt a little bit around here," Helmstetler said. Prices Going Up Tlio CoolvviiifL' slorv will hcyiii paying higher prices for tnany brands in May. “Most brands did not go up over 20 cents to 30 cents," Helmstetler said, “except for Scotches and im­ ported stuff, and gin.” Store To Close Easter Monday The board unanimously agreed to close thc ABC store on Easter Monday. The Friday and Saturday before Easter arc usually large-sale days, Helmstetler said. DAVIE COUNTY DEMOCRATS VOTE May 8th, 1990 Larry E. Leonard District Court Judge Oavie-Davidson-Iredell-Alexander-Countiee QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE & BACKGROUND *Western Carolina University *Non-Legal experience: Credit, Textiles, Trucking *Wake Forest University Law School (1972) *N.C. House of Representatives 1975-76 (Davidson-Davle) Paid For By Leonard For District Judge *18 Years in Preettce- Civll a Criminal TrMs *N.C. Academy of TrM Lawyers *Married 22 yeare-Twe ChiMren*ges 1 t»18 •ActIvs Church Leader- Teacher, Offlcer, KMer *Pest Member Jayceea Lions CNib Lerry 1. teewe#, Notice Of Intent To Apphf For A COM to M t To Construct A Waste Water tew er U M The County ol Dsvle intends to sppfr tor« community bio U dwnHpawwl grant In the amount of HKftOOO.OOforthepwpoeeofcoMttueNnM 1 2 M l wMte water sewer line from the prmnt location of Henee PrtntaMa ttm*dm turinq Want at the Intersection ot Farmington Hoad and ln *mWa 40 to Pwte County along Dutchman Creefc and U.S. Highway 151 to the Town of Mocksville Sewage Treatment Facility on Dutchman Creek tn aaM Cew*y. The Board of Commissioners of Davie County wiH conduct a puh*c hear ing to allow citizens to express thetr views and propoaah prior to fon*ute- tion of said application on Tuesday April 24,1990 at 7:00 p.m. In the Com­ missioners Room, Davie County Administratk>n BuiMing, 123 South Mata Street, Mocksville, North Carolina, and will conduct asecondheeringaflef the preparation of the said application, but prior to submMon thereof to the North Carolina Department of Natural Aeaourew and CommunMy Development on Wednesday, April 25,1990 at 7:00 p.m. In aaM Commie aloners Room. Interested citizens, Including low Income and modwele Income persons, minority groups, the handicapped, and residents of blighted areas In the area of proposed construction are urged to appear at the aaid hearings and give their comments and proposals on the said project, or submit comments or proposals In writing prior thereto. Details of costs, construction, and proposed imped wiH be presented at the said hearings and can be ascertained from the Office of County Manafar prior to the hearings. The proposed cost of the project lncMng the grant in «920,000.00 This 12 day of April, 1990. R.C. Smith, Chairman Davie County Board ot Commissioners - * 9 f : ' n Recreation Roofers Roger Link (left) and Hayden Beck were working on the roof at a new shelter at the Cooleemee Recreation Center Saturday. f f ,99 ClearyBuster Candidate For SHERIFF O f D a v i e C o u n t y I want your support in the May 8th primary Political Ad Pald For By "Buster" Cleary ZENITH 25" Diagonal CUST0MSERiES Remote Control Color T,V. •Reliant Chassis with 100% Modular design •Hectronic tuning •On-Screen Display •176 Channel Capability SF250S Remote Control Extra Large Cap Washer RCA «659«. •Freeear hes2racks ondoor phMfraeMr aM f *Ne#raet 3-Wash 4 Rinse Temp. 4. Water Level •Reg. Cycto •Permanent Press *Knlt k Detecste CREDITTERMS AVAILABLE Free Delivery We have a complete line of appliances on display Large Cap Dryer RCA | Normal & Perm. Press Cycle W*WM06K ONLY»379«ONLY S269M w.7 DRH555K GAS ONLY Mocksville Furniture & Appliance LA-Z-DOY i=f Light Blue Strlpc V I l L W.T. - w 1111 i vv 11 Moi ksv ilie n ' . h 11 .V*)U The trim tailoring and gentle contouring give this sofa its appeal. Low profile arms and deep cushioning for added comfort. Contemporary La-Z-Boy Signature ll"78" Sofa ONLY » 3 8 9 » iL -- «' - 6D-DAVIE Cf)lJNTV ENTKKI>KISK KI.('ORI), THURSDAY, April 12, 19<X) Teen Charged After sWreck With Davie Sheriff A lccn-ager driving wiilimit hciidliglUs im U.S. 601 u;iusctl a wreck on April 5 involving D;tvic Counly Sheriff Bill Wooten. According to a report by N.C. Highway Patrolman C.D. Jones, Wooten, 63, of Grey Street. Mocksville was driving his patrol car from Kooiit/. l<oad onto U.S. 601 at 10:06 p.m. when he failed to see a car driven south on U.S. 601 due to the car having no headlights on. Wooten collided with a car driven by Johnny Ed­ ward Robbins Jr., 16, of Route I. Mocksville. Robbins was charged with failure to turn headlights on. Damage to the police vehicle was estimated at S2,900, and to Rob­ bins' 1971 Ford. 51.800. Burning Permits Required Burning permits are required year round by North Carolina Stale Law. ln Davie County, a burning per­ mit is required by any person, firm or corporation to start any firc or ignite any material over 100 feet from an occupied dwelling or in or i within 500 feet of woodland bct- | wecn midnight and ending at 4 ; p.m. : lfyou don't get a burning pcr- 1 niit, you are illegally burning and • you may be given a citation by the I North Carolina Forest Service. ' Even though you have a permit, • you arc still responsible for any • damages which may occur as the ; result of your burning. j Also, at certain times burning j permits are cancelled due to hazar- J dous fire conditions or air pollti- ' tion episodes and all burning is . banned regardless of distance lrom ;-WOods or the time of day or night. >You are also required to adhere to 9Crlmestoppers: Motorbike Stolon ■*• On March 2. the Davie Counly ^Sheriffs Department took a report of a breaking, entering and larceny •at Christy Trucking parking area. A storage trailer was broken into and a motorcycle belonging to >Sleven Michael Beaver was taken. ■*' Beavcr reported that sometime .between Feb. 24 and March 2 unknown person(s) removed a ,1985 Wonda motorcycle (iliri bike), .bright orange with a bright blue Seat. Davie Crimestoppers will pay up to $1,000 to any person having in- '.formation regarding this crime or any crime committed in Davie County. If you have any informa­ tion, call 634-1111. The call will not be recorded and will be kept confidential. Delinquent Taxes To Be Advertised , All outstanding 1989 taxes due on real property will be advertis­ ed in the Davie County Enterprise Record the week of May 8. 7 Cost of advertising will be add­ ed to the unpaid tax bill said Davie tax collector Pauline H. Wagner. Taxes must be paid on or before May 7 to avoid being advertised. • Levy, attachment or garnishment proceedings as provided by General Statutes of North Carolina will be used to collect all unpaid taxes. Leonard Realty 34 Town Square 7 0 4 - 6 3 4 - 3 8 7 5 ^ ■ ■^ ■■ ■ ^■ ■■ ■ ■■ R E A ito r;HIt’KORV TRKK - Wtll mainl;iiii- ed 3 htdr<M>m, 2 liiitli liiiinc in nitv residential area. 'WH tik|>huiii'. •55,000. l)AVlK STKKKT - lnu-sturs tiikv iiiite. Kemmleleil liiiine w i'lli renter in place. ‘28,500. NICE HKICK IUJIl.l)IN<; i>n l.f, acres zoned for hi^ln' a\ hnsines>. Owner fiiiaiKing uxiiiliitile. K\- celknt polential. M4,'MM).601 N. Hrk'k h<*ne »ilh 4 lk'ilriN>m>, 2 baths, hasemeiil on lar^e lot. *115,000.INIHJSTKIAI. - 4.2 acres >.ilh railroad frontage. I.ocaled in NfoeksvUk. l>rurtkullv Reiliueit For Quk-k Sale. ‘32,000.IH)WNTOWN HUSINKSS l.()l - wilh warehouse or huildiuK for small business. UWNKK ,XNXl()V'S •20,800.CHURCH STKKKT - ChurmliiK oMer house in procexs of reiniKlel- ta§. Largt M. Maybe purchased and rtmodetin* ri>mpklrd as you dwtirt.M l N. ZONED tllCiHWAY Mismsttt • IW*4W U* wUh hrick *. *ltS,W,i » U u4 AveiUbk 7S**34-3*50 1M4>MI40 I, all anti-pollution rules and regula­ tions set by the federal government. These rules arc now printed on the back of the permit. An exam­ ple of what not to burn is car tires (which contain rubber) and motor oils (old or new) which are con­ sidered heavy oils, lfyou havc any questions on a material contact the Forest Service before you burn. You arc responsible for what you burn and the permit doesn’t relieve you of that responsibility. Burning permits are free and are effective for three days after being issued. Burning permits can be ob­ tained from: - North Carolina Forest Service, County Office Building; - Lib Turner. Davie Soil & Water Conservation District, County Office Building; - Andy's Exxon & Grocery. U.S. 158 and Redland Road; - Farmington Hardware, Farm­ ington Road; - Cartner"s Service Ctr.. U.S. 64 at N.C. 901; - Boles Grocery, U.S. 601 north of Mocksville; - Advance Discount, Advance; - Fork Exxon, U.S. 64 East and N.C. 801; - Old Country Store No. 2 (Davidson County) U.S. 64; and - Coolecmce Town Hall. If you have any questions or would like more infornwtion about burning permits, contact the N.C. Forest Service in the County Of­ fice Building at 634-5319. FOR SALE HOME RD-^JoNTR*CT' bath home on jilt in U N t> ^ *v i,D U 0 S e e today! COUNTRY ac re lot. Built HOLY CROSS LUTHERAN CHURCH RD. 3 bedroom , 2 bath v e n e e r house. O ff 601 S oth s54,500. Lartw-Wood*Jdmton 634-6281 0r 634-2826 ‘ UNDER CONSTRUCTION * This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home for under 50000/month if you qualify. Call Raymonda at Carolina EE Homes, Inc. for more information at 634-2252 or 1-800-247-8586. Ask about all of the additional plans that we have to choose from or let us give you a price on your own plan. 119 Depot Street, Mocksville BOB SHELTON, Broker VON SHELTON, Broker Raymonda Shelton, Sales Barry Whittaker, Sales Frank Payne, Sales Rick Bazaar 634-2252 634-0110 634-1527 634-1439 998-2622 998-9490 % \ HUBBARD REALTY 265 S STRATFORD ROAD Wmston Salem. N C 27103 (919) 725 0506 INDIAN HILLS • Immaculate 24 sq It. house in Indian Hills on 5 acres Stone ext & FP. Hdwd lloors in FYR & DR. lots ol sloreago. Dbl. Bsmt. Gar. and an additional D8L DET. Garage. M59.900 3 adj. acres available with or withoul the property tor ‘35,000. Call Lily, 784.5802 COUNTRY LANE NEAR CAMBPELL ROAO - 163 acres • 36 acres north o( Country Lane, all the rest is south ol Country lane and ruus thru to Joppa Cemetery. 60 ft. easement lorm Hyw. 601. ‘5,200 por acre. Call Alice Delan- cy (919) 768-3449 or Mel Speas (919) 699-8438. PRICE REDUCED - On this nicely restored larm house on 45 aces. 75-40 workshop has heat and AC. 2 bedroom, 1 bath home features hand­ made cherry cabinets and beautifully restored forest pine floors. 6 out buildings and fenced pasture. ‘153,900 Call Jack Forrest (919) 784-7561. LOCATED JUST PAST BERMUDA RUN ON 801 - this lovely brick home features 3 bedrooms 2Vi baths, huge "den with fireplace and wot bar and 2 carebasemenl garage. Extra storage building and beautilul inground pool. Owner transferred so priceii to sell at »112,900. Call Jack Forrest (919) 784-7561. COUNTRYL A N C y U A .716Wf# • Reslriciiofl|^^l^rCall Alice 0fNW 6 p w COUNTRY LANELOM^746 acre - Restrictions^ri(^M^^all Alice Delanc^tt^^^r7U9 or Mel Speas (919) 6aPP38 GORDEN DRIVE NEAR FARM­ INGTON - Large brick rancher on 3 acres. Paved drive, solar heat, water stove, garages lor 5 vehicles. ‘ 129,900 Mel Speas (919) 699-8438. COUNTRY LANE NEAR CAMPBELL ROAD - 36 acres - Ideal for residen­ tial development - Restrictions - ‘4,500 per acre. Call Alice DeLancy (919) 768-3449 or Mel Speas (919) 699-8438. OFF HWY. 601 BEHIND SQUIRE BOONE SHOPPING CENTER - Ap­ proximately 60 Acres Suitable for residential or commercial. Water and Sewer • ‘6,500 per acre. Call Alice DeLancy (919) 768-3449 or Mol Speas (919) 699-8438. COUNTRY LANE L Q U ^ 4 acre - Excellent locmyg^^PHtrictions - ‘12,000jy|^mBerancy 768-3449 or Mel ^ P n 5 i9 ) 699-8438. APPRO*r 90 ACRES IN MOCKSVILLE - near Squire Boone Shopping Center. Access from three streets. City water and sewer. *5600 per acre. Call Alice Delancy 768-3449or Mel Speas 699-8438. COUNTRY LANE - Approximately 60 • Acres • WouM make excellent reskten- tial devetopment - Water 4 Sewer — Restrictions. <6,500 per acre. Call A#ce OeLancy (919) 766-3449 or Mel Insurance Agwncy, lwe. DAVIE COUNTY Ouf SoeciaJity/Ouf Counly (704) 634-3538 (919) 998-6463 Julia C. Howard Owner/Broker M ftt lOUAt HOUSlNO 0**0*TUN'fV. 330 S. Corner of Hwy. Mocksville, Julla Howard Connle Kowatske Jackie Hall Jane Whitlock M.J. Randall Linda Daughtrey Mike Hendrix C.C. Chapman Diane Foster Jan Hatley Ken Sales RetTFousl 64 * 601 N.C. 634-3784 6344343 634-1166 634-9704 634-8626 «66-3642 6344360 634-2834 634-8662 6344)126 634*2648 ‘20,000 - INVESTORS DREAM bodioom, 1 bath Harwood floor ‘24,500 H - JOYNER, C00LEEMEE • Excellent invesimenl prop, fiev, plumbing 4 elec. Nall. Gas heat storm windows M0VE RIGHT IN • 2 BR. 2 BA. home all sheelrock. heal pump, stove, re!rig. d washer, washer & dryer front porch, carport, storage b!dg on 'i acre ‘29,500. S S S 8 2 Bedroom mobile home with ctt4nl tk,1 around deck on large lot in Enttm Dnit. ( Buy At ‘26,900. ‘35,500- New Double Wide with 1,000 sq. Il on Vs acre, home features 2 BR. 2 baths, all appliances. •41 ,M0 HWY. 84 w. • pe*ct «ww hem. 3 BR. 1 bath home on m m . t4 we. Nw ofl far- nace. roof, and deck, factnttymr rr~ ‘42,000 - OFF SHEFFIELD RD. • Grea( Buy - 1560 Sq Ft mobile home on 1 acre. Great masler suite with garden tub. 3 bedroom & 2 baths Like new. plus furniture.__________ »'"J -- ~ ■ ■ ' • ‘ • '^- ‘43,000 OFF HWY. 801 S. ■ 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, brick home on large lot. Home features carport, den and living room. M4,M0 • lN 0M IT M r • Cenw*nkw*Wdintown,this3W;lWhowkertwWf,,*tujM on^.prM tt.r*M *qw ftm ,detached g*rage, wood MM ltogiM t. ‘46,000 • Neat 3 BR, brick home with basement, home leatures hardwood floors, new carpel and paint. FORK CHUftCH M)A0 - 1.87 acres 3 bedroom/1bath, alum, siding. Many up­ dated features include HP and oil circulator, garden tub with whirlpool, FP in master bedroom, wired shop, 2 barns and fruit trees. A MUST! w ,w -5w w iJB *c*or.-4eutiw "! home convenient to hoepitil and ahoM*|, w»l| vinylsktogoneMriorWm.Agrwlbqft ■ f<*| A L0T 0F HOUSE FOR THE MONEY • Brick ranch wilh over 1500 sq II. New lurnace, lormal lR with FP and den, and wood fence, wooded lot ■> P-" ’54.900. 0FF F0RK CHURCH R0A0. • 3 BR. 2 bath home with lull basment. Vinyl siding, tilt in theimopane .vPdo;.5 attic storage decV front porch '58,500 WK.L BOONE *D. • On^ 4 yews oM. bedroom, 1'A bath, 2 car garage. 46,881 •59,800 - 606 GARNER ST. • Well mam lamed bnck ranch leatures 3 BR, 1Vj baths, large eat-in-Kitchen. laundry room, chain link fence. Manyitems ol personal proper­ ly remain. Call today! ‘67,000 • TUCKED AWAY IN THE CITY - with all the apeal ol country living. Ths 3 bedroom home features living room with iireplace, Lg. den, hardwood lloors manicured lawn, Call today ‘75,000 • 810 YADKINVILLt ROAD • Rezone this properly lo commercial business and watch your business soar. 3 BA. 1 BA with detached garage *89,900 • WANDERING LANE - 3 Dodioom, 2 bath homv in lovely area Large LR-'DR comb , eat-m-i.it den lamily rm double garage wmmr%tn^"^mr . t ^ W i * * * ^ a C >65,000 • 800 YADKINVILlE RD. • Rezone this 2 Br, 1 BA home to Hwy. business and give your business a boost. Great location on last growing Hwy. 601. *5,000 - RITCHE AOAD - Charming tog rancher with 3 BR, 2 baths on 2.79 acrM. Move In Condition. H>9,900 - 610 GARNER STREET - This brick home features 3 BR, 1 'h BA, large eat-m-kitchen, utility room, full basement with office & garage, nicely landscaped yard. Move in condition. ‘82,900 • RIDGE R0A0 • 3 BR. 1V: BA brick ran­cher siluaied on appro*. 6 ac. Beautiful couniry setting with lruit orchard, fencing, barn, out buildings and pool. W,900 - Move-in eoodWon Lovely 3 BR, Vh bath brick home on 1.63 acres, remodeled, nice landscape. 11 i >89,900 - 20 Fenced Acres - w/creek, restored farm house w/3 BR, 2 baths, plus horse barn, milk barn. Horse Lover's Dream.________________________ UNDER CONSTRUCTION ■ NORTH MAIN ST. - 3 BR. 2'i Bath w/tullbasement.Conveniently located in town. Quality construction. 2 zone H/P, loo many amenities lo list *93,900. ‘99,000 1.7 acres wM BA, 1 bath home, | possible rezoning for this R-15 property, A good inveslmenl! *102,000 • Ideal mim-lam (3) jcws up io <69; - home leatures |3) bedrooms. |2| lull ba'.hs t,msh- ed basemenl Grounds m e>c..>Hent conoi cn .'. "Mu5l-See" piece ol property F 0 R K CH UR C H R 0 A D • C ■ ■ -'- ■■ M04 500 CAROLINA H0ME PLACE • New ranch home W/qua'ily features. 3 BR. 2 BA, Great room, hard­ wood lloors. Ig master suite, spectacular viows Call loi moie inlormation ‘ 129,900. *113.900 - FARMLAND ACRES • Chaiming far- "’" w S'luaied on 2 S9 acres Features 4 BR, 3 E-v :■■:': hsTit Tai'c1."-, cocorated withacoun- ", :.,.-" 0"i." 'eatjre .nciude 2 zone h-pump, • jw r .v :io>ets cock and !g front porch. : CALAHAN RD. - Rusnc A lr.im,- V. slui', wilh li<ll limshed basvmenl siluaK-.l on a acrw>. 3 BH 3 baths. ? - lc!iuns. wrap­ around deck, hot tub ‘134.900 ROCK HILL FARM - OFF PEOPLES CREEK RD. • 5 bedroom. 31.1 baths. 3750 s-i ’! hi,-n.: on 3 n acrus. Horso barn, B9.,!ii 'jtij':i(je building Many Amenities ‘ 199.500 LOTS & LAND Hobson Road^^™ ™ ™ ^..........1.87 Ac. ‘7,500 ■ Commercial Bldg.., 1.28 AC 2400 SF ‘59,900 Hickory H lll...m ^ ^ H ....F alrw ay Lot ‘9,500 Off Jericho Cliurcl, Ftd 20 Plus Acres ‘60,000 HtckOfy Hill....jjjjjjj^^.....2 Bldg. Lots ‘9,500 Ea. Mobile Home Patk ..............................35 ac. ‘62,900 Hkkory Hiil....*gg^E....Lake Front Lot ‘10,000 Eaton Rond .....................................8.71 Ac. ‘75,000 0« Hwy. 101...................................2.9 ac. ‘25,000. Hwy. t5 8 M rT T S ||M 6 Ac. + House «100,000 601 8. Nesr Yadkin Rlver...,................15 Ac ‘26,250 N. Cooleemee................... 114.5 Ac. »143,000 Ot1 Neadmore........................29 Plus Acres ‘35,000 Needmore Rd.................................................»2,600 ft* t WMttttof.................................12 Ac. ‘35,000 Tabor Ch. Road, Iredell Counlv72W Ac. >1850Per Ac. ■- V-- Showers Possible For Upcoming Weekend * Thc g(xxl ncws is: ii"s supposcil lo hc warmer this wcckciul. •And thc h;ul ncws: rain is possihlc on both Saturday atul ,Sunilay. ', According to thc National Wcathcr Scrvicc. hitzh lcmpcraturcs should reach inlo the 7()s on Saturday and Sim- tJay. Low temperatures will he near 50 hoili nij:hts. thc forecasters said. Thcrc w ill hc a chance o f showcrs this Saturday. April N . Showers and thunderstorms arc possihlc on the following Sunday. :• This Thursday, forecasters say highs will hc in thc low 50s under sunny skies, with !ow> in thc 30s. Highs on Friday should hc in the fiOs. with lows in thc 40.v Pino News DAVIE COUNTY KNTERVRISK REC()R1). THURSDAY, April 12, I9M>YH ftc l I v P o l I s LX lty Mrs. Klnui Dull Pino Correspondent Thc Rcv. lUih Burncttc. pastor, will conduct scrvicc at Wesley C'hapcl United Mcthodist Cluirch at 1(1 a.m. Church school will hc at II a.m. Thc l’ino community meeting will hc Wednesday. April 18. 7 p.m. at the community huiUling. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Trivcttc arc thc grandparents ofa 5 llv grainl- .son. Anthony Scan wax horn at Forsyth Hospital April 5 to Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rouse. Scan has a hrotltcr. Nicholas. Jim and Kendra Liiham ol' Virginia spent thc weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon l.atiiam, Mrs. l..M. Dull. Judy Collette. Vernon and Gene Dull spent Sun­ day in (iastonia at the homc ofMr. and Mrs. Mikc I’endlcton to help l.inda celehratc her hirllnlav. A tte n tio n H o m eo w n ers * * * y f X * * *The Davie County Board of Realtors are looking for winners! To celebrate American Home Week, April 29 thru May 5, we are awarding 6 homeowners in the area for showing consistent “Pride In m fS> Ownership” Awards presented April 27th. e#*aetv*fM A M E R I C A NH O M EW E E K REALTOR* M ,llsd.ilp P m fn s s ,n n n l P ,,k ,q ,q > q ,1H rt, , „ Just South Of l .10 At fhn | f | R0. 158 lntPfSPCtK>n , ^ (9 1 9 1 9 ™ *-U " ' Betty Potts G ray Potts &oTh Pfti/pr ('n i HOMES FORK CHURCH ROAD • Nico mobile homn on 78 acre lot. Built-In stereo svstom nanqo and r,'lh O T71.V d U irti:I:T *e St »16.900. WOOD VALLEY - Ro.iffliAWil'plwSWRM'wiiTjon spacious corner lot, 3 Bn. 2 BA. and over 1600 SF Call today *27,900. CHESTNUT TRAILS - NEW LISTING - Roomy brick and siding trl-level on 2 7 acres in qim>t subdivision Features 3 BR, 2'/? BA, LR, Den with fireptace. Outburldmq has woodslove. power and vvaler '89,900.601 NORTH - Very reasonable price on this remodeled home situated on 3.31 acres Features 3 BR. new rool, oil heal, and wood stove. You can’t beat • • great location at lhe riqht pricc. *56,500. HIGHWAY 64 EAST - Aanch style home on 1 4 acros Ieatures 4 BR, 1V4 BA, large screened porch Convenient location Three bay garage/shop for the weekend mechanic or small businessman Priced to sell at only *78,000 CHERRY HILL ROAD • Hisloric 100 + year old home on 10 acros. Home Ieatures larg rooms, lovoly staircaso, and period charm 4 BR, 2 baths. OwnerS' ' are in process ol remodefing. Owner Financing Available. When work lsdone • this lovely home will be priced al *97,500, until then, make an i ___ UNDERPASS ROAD - Beautiful, custom built. 3 BR, Z'.'i BA. brick ranch. Open kitchen teaturos wormy chestnut cabinets Ollico spacoolt garage. Full base­ ment. II quality is important to you, you will love tliis homo.*162,000. LOTS a AC*EAQE FARMINGTON - Approx. 52 aces, wooded and open Only *2,500 pef acre. HICKORY HlLL - Open, levei, lronts ol Hwy. 64. *6,500 HOWARDTOWN RD. - l4 75acres. will divide, open and wooded, groat buHdtng sites *3.900 per ncre. WOOD VALLEY - Mobile Homo Lot, county water and soptic tank *11,000. HWY. 601 NORTH - 5 gently rolling open and wooded acres. *13,000. DAVIE COUNTY, CORNATZER ROAD - 4 acres in quiet neighborhood, woodedsuitable tor mobile home *15,000. MEADOWBROOK — CLEWMONS -.V 'f< y|J ft''q lake. 2 large tots atunbelievable price - OnW i; 1 ij*iM*ftT:>I ;filHuM> and sewer alre*fy peW. CHERRY HILL RO. - Historic school house on 4 open, rolling acres. *30,000. BRIER CREEK RD. - 15 acres, restricted, lots ol marture hardwoods, 2 wl motors already installed, can divide Some Owner Financing Avaiiabto. *40,0 * ? b S 7 o % 4ooacrm n y j ^ a i i ^ a f a9e'coun,Y we,er'« COMMERCIAL PROPERTY - Hwy. 64 East, Ford -1.13 acres, 150' front Block building. Groat investment. *45,000. FORK CHURcH ROAD - 8.02 acres feature 30x40 building and other < buildings, 12x60 mobile home. Great location! *62,000. SMITH GROVE - 30 ncres rolling patureland, pond, barns, borders M0, < will consider dividing, reduced lo *97,000 CO UM T*VSW l UNDER CONSTRUCTION - COUNTRYSIDE - E1eoant Traditional lMahann ; in Davie County's nicest development. Two story,brick, four t>edrooflW, 8W baths, basement, largo lot. Call for more details. Priced hi MW *10Vfc LARGE(1.4 to 10.3 Acres) - restricted lots in quiet, countrydevetoMMNIOft -;|. Underpass Road,just oil 801 South and convenient to 1^0. Horse*pemNM ., on larger tracts. Stream across some. '' 'i i. y, )■ ■ * $26,900 + * S27,000 $17,900 CROSS STREET/COOLEEMEE - Great buy on this 2bedroom home. Perfect tor t/iu young couple starting out or lor the investor. Just recently reduced to $17,900. Call today to see $10,000 IS THERE A HANDYMAN IN THE HOUSE - Enjoy seeing your Ideas come to realiza''on. This 2 bedroom, 1 bath home has potential. Call for showing.$10,900 ERWIN STREET, COOLEEMEE - 2 bedroom home at the end of quiet street. In need ot some repairs. Owner says, MAKE ME AN OFFER. Great potential lor rental property or starter home. $21,500 OFF JACK BOOE ROAD - This 2 bedroom 2 bath mobile home is situated on 2.55 acres. Owner has installed 2nd Septic System & driveway to house another mobile home, lease additional space for rental income. $23,000 CASA BELLA DRIVE, ADVANCE - 1983 Mobile Home & Lot. 3 bedrooms, 1V: baths and Central Air. Great starter home or rental investment. BINGHAM STREET - Nice starter or investment home. 2 or 3 bedrooms, living room kitchen and bath. Large backyard fenc­ ed in rear. Just painted outside. A SUPER BUY! 601 NORTH - 2 bedroom home in rural Davie County. Situated on 1 acre lot. Great price lor starter home or investment property. $30,000 WATT STREET - Partially renovated 2 bedrooms, 1 bath home in desirable neighborhood II owner completes repairs price will change. Make your olfer tod^y! $34,900 OFF OANEL RD. - 3 BR's, 2barth mQduLirhonie on large heavily wooded lot. Extr^K tiiULM tiiU it5gU lbvered back porch oflers room tor outdoor enjoyment $36,500 DAVIE STREET — COC^EMEE - Forget the headache ot remodeling. The ownor has taken care of everything lor you. This home is truly a dollhouse. Complete with aluminum siding, new roof, new kitchen cabinets, wallpaper and floor coverings. Decorated with supero taste, ready tor you to move right in and leel at home $39,900 YADKIN STREET COOLEEMEE - Super nice 2 bedroom home in move-in condition Aluminum siding, new furnace, spacious rooms. Exceptionally clean Perfect lor young tamily or retired couple. $39,900 SALISBURY STREET - Adorable 2 bedroom home convenient­ ly located in town near schools, churches, shopping. Ready lor you to move in. no repairs necessary Great starter home. $39,900 MAIN STREET COOLEEMEE - Lovely older home with loads ol nice Ieatures ViuuL^tt2Utt^tfMM^V<fc4fKXf lloors, recently remodeled bath ath, attic bedroom I J f e s t y / e H O M E S & R EALTY. INC 8 1 8 S o u t h M .i m S t i >1 o< k s v 1 11<- \ ( 7 0 4 )634-0321 HOMES Feature Of The Week GREY ST. — HOSPITAL AREA • Ideal Location - Brick rancher featur­ ing 4 bedrooms, 1V? baths situated on corner lot. Spacious Den & Din­ ing Area. 2 car carport. A GREAT BUY!!! Call our office today for ad­ ditional information. (pei(ect lor youi teuivuji>i). e<cvplionaly clean and well cared lor. $47,000 ROLLING HILLS LANE - N>ce 3 bedroom brick rancher located on large corner lot Full basement tor great storage area or luture expansion Nice country kitchen Great price tor the first time buyers $48,500 601 SOUTH - Brick rancher, loss lhan 5 years old Cathedral ceiling in living rocm gives a leeling ol spaciousness. Fenced rear yard. Move-rn condition Great buy lot the first home buyer! $49,500 Extremely nice 1''r story lioine at ‘he ond ol East Maple Avenue. Large yard. toniW ffnH 3W S fiflH *T^5nfrautiful hardwood floors, nice doi^^fflrWpftlrfrmnmgroor^vilh lrench doors. Definately on ol the best buys aioundl $52,500 NEEDMORE ROAD - Beautilul 3 bedroom. 2 lull bath Mobile Home with approx t ,662 SF. Great Room with lireplace and large master bedroom all situated on 4.08 acres. $53,900 DAVIE ACADEMY ROAD - Just the price range everyone's been _^p3oking lor and thought couldn't be lound. 3 bedroom brick ran- (O^.cher on large beautitul lot, just around the corner trom the Jockey International Plant Features rear patio with built-in Bar-B-Que. $57,900 DAVIE ACAOEMY ROAD - SUPER NICE 3 bedroom brick ran­ cher in well established neighborhood. Home features now rool, furnace replaced approximately 5 years ago, new hot water heater, appliances remain including washer, dryer, range and refrigerator. Double #etalched garage with additional storage in rear. Home is in immaculate condition. One of the BEST BUYS on today's market. *59,500 GWYN STREET - Super nice 3 bedroom brick ranch. Large kit- pCP cherVdining area, all new carpet, vinyl and fresh painl. Energy ■ « 0 ^ effecient with heaipump, central air and thermopane windows. " BEST BUY IN TOWN! '59,500 OFF PRISON CAMP ROAD - Nice 3 bedroom brick rancher, less _cO >han 5 years old! Located on 1 acre lot. Home features, large « tO ” living room with fireplace, kitchen with ealing bar, 2 full baths. * Great buy! 64,500 EAST MAPLE AVENUE - Charming lVj story home on one ot Mocksville's most beautilul streets. Nice living room with lireplace, gorgeous upstairs bedroom with hardwood floors. Ex­ terior has vinyl siding lor low maintenence. BEAR CREEK ROAD - Adorable home situated on 5 acres of land. Super nice double wide with permenantly attatched garage. 3 bedrooms, 2 lull baths, large living room, range, relrigerator, washer and dryer included. S65,9d0 TOT STREET - More lhan you can imagine lor this price! 3 bedrooni^^^hyh^Aj^haam yfl^M ^^^, central vacuum system. l^ |B S 2 iU 3 ilS S U U iU 9 i^ lV a c e , carport and drive-in garage Ownet ii*<he process ol painting exterior trim. GREY STREET - HOSPITAL AREA - IDEAL LOCATION - on ^CEV lhis 4 bedroom. 1 */j bath Brick Rancher siluated on corner lot. Spacious Den/Dining areas. 2 car carport. Call lor details!! HOSPITAL AREA - Neat Brick rancher in move-in condition. Tastetully decorated throughtout with all new carpet and vinyl, wallpaper, and lresh paint. Inviting den with tireplace, 3 bedrooms, 2 lull baths, garage, fenced rear yard. And there's and added bonus. $72,500 HWY. 64 EAST - Brick rancher on 1 acre ± with 2 bedrooms, living room with lireplace. den kitchen, partial basement, car­ port and large deck S79,900 NEW CONSTRUCTION — TWINBROOK SUBDIVISION - Beautilul ^ 'f l H ^ ^ ^ ^ H ^ ^ H H ''" 1,10 iimGni,ll3S that you've b eei^^^^K yL ^^Q ^JJJJ'jrm al dining, double QdrftQ0, 6nCTS^^^ffinCT^vuusiK^uuu^^ $79,900 GROVE STREET - Charming Stone/Cedar Contemporary situated on a beautiful 1.02 acres landscaped lol in a desireable neighborhood. Custom built with atrium Centra Vac, Jenn Air Range, 3 bedrooms, 2</s baths. 2,398 square foot. A GREAT BUY! $86,900 WILLBOONE RD. - This brick rancher situaled on 2.92 acres fealures large kilchen, dining area & den combo lor those fami­ ly got togethers. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car garage, lull base­ ment, Heat Pump & water stove. Pretty' County Setting! 554,900 * * * *60,000 *e o ' *69,900 $92,500 $98,500 $89,500 * . « * • $95,000 -t> C ** * * 0 $99,900 * * * $102,500 $106,500 $119,900 $128,900 *139,900 *153,500 *160.000 + * * EDGEWOOD CIRCLE - Start your summer with a SPLASHl This beautilul tri-level is complete with a goreous concrete pool, pertect lor those lazy summer atternoons. Plenty of room tor your family to grow and for entertaining. There's a huge mutttyurpoee room with built-in bar. A GREAT HOUSE! OFF BETHEL CHURCH ROAD, LINDA LANE - Lovety new home in $arolina ’ Homeplace Subdivision. Unique Floor ptan, 3 bedrooms. 2'h baths overlooking a beautiful view of countryMft. Underground utilities. A Must Seel , EDGEWOOD CIRCLE - This beautilul home offers all the amenities you want. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, central air, large dim w/fireplace, screened-in porch, swimming pool landscaped and fenced. A two car carport plus garage workshop. Move4n condition. NORTH MAIN STREET - Lovely older home In one ot Mocksville's most desirable locations. Huge lot with beautitul hardwoods and blooming annuals. Home boasts nearly 3000 square feet including 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Complete wWh vinyl exterior for low maintenence. JOE ROAD - If you’re looking for privacy and a breathtaking set­ ting, look no further. This rustic contemporary situated on 5.44 acres is patiently awaiting a new owner. 1700 + aquere feet In­ cluding a loft area perfect for office or |utl a quiet place te relax and enjoy the view of the eurroundlng eountryaMe. HWY. 64 EAST - Immaculate & Roomy! This 5 bedroom 2Vi bath brick home offers modern living in a quality built older home. Features include hardwood floors, two fireplaces and a wrap­ around front porch. Shady lot in location conveninet to town. Call today to see this excellent property. OFF BETHEL CHURCH ROAD, LINDA LANE - CAROLMA HOMEPLACE - Country Living at It's Finest. Quality Materials, design and craftsmanship. New 3 bedrooms, 2 baths tastetuNy decorated with all the amenties you will ever need. Call Today! JERICHO ROAD - A unique design and eye appealing 2 story rustic contemporary home located on 2.48 acres in a country set­ ting only minutes lrom town. Features 4 bedrooms, 2'/i baths, Great Room w/stone fireplace, dining room, eat-in-kitchen with bay window, full basement with fireplace insert, 2 car garage, concrete drive and walk way. large deck olf back with concrete patio beneath. COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BEST! CALL US FOR DETAILS. 601 NORTH YADKINVILLE ROAD - Spacious 2 story brick home with 4 bedrooms. 2 lull baths, lg. rec, rm, living room with fireplace, den, dining room X large laundry room. A 30 x 30 detached 2 car garage plus a 2 cai carport Large cement patio all situated in city limits on 9/tOactcs Excellent location for possi­ ble Commercial Use' BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME IN GARDEN VALLEY ESTATES - Rustic rancher with fir siding and accents ol rock give this ex­ terior a unique look Corner lot perlectly suited lor this lull base­ ment home with groat room, large master bedroom suite, eat-in kitchen, plus formal dining. SOUTHVVOOD ACRES - Gorgeous Tri-level home in one ol Davie County's nicesl neighborhoods. Home olfers all lhe amenities you've been searching lor. 4 bedrooms, 2Vi baths, largo cozy den with lireplace, lormal living room and dining room, breathtak­ ing foyer Home i in immaculate condition inside and out. A real Showplace. Shown by appointment. SOUTHVVOOD ACRES - Slal<'ly now 2 story brick home on a 1 01 acii> lot in one ol Mocksville's most desireable neighborhoods 4 bedrooms. 2'v baths, lormal dining. Loads ol room lor the large lamily with approx 2200 S F,. • • • * ’ GARDEN VALLEY ............... GARDEN VALLEY ESTATES - SECTION IV ■ Amomtiesof lhiS ninv subdivision hi>lp propt>My \ ,iiui> to continually increase. All hi’.iuiiluHy wiv,;iM homesiii". oivnno .lr' It wu1i> curbed streets, city water X sower, stn>i>i iu)hv, i,iMi'n]iouiHt utilities, and restric­ tive covenants SI I \T.W I’Mli'l LIST OFF BETHEL CHURCH ROAD — SELLER WILL BUILD YOUR DREAM HOMEI - Choose lrom eleven Vz - 3/« acre lots in new Carolina Homeplace subdivsiori. Call ollice for price list. S1,tC0 Approximately 30-35 acres boardering on Elijah Creek with per acre Road Frontage on .Belhol Ch. Rd. partly cleared, some woods, flat to gentiy rolling. Will divide into 3 tracts. 4,900 WEOtLL COUNTV • 37 acres just across Davie lino. Slightly Per Acre rolling, 50St cleared, stream, 116b ft. road fronlage. Seautlful building site. *3,500 per acre LOT/LAND NEWI GREAT ACREAGE FOR BUILDING • Approx. 12-14, part wooded, part cleared, gently sloping acres close lo town & 1-40. *5,500 Ea EDGEWOOD CIRCLE SUBDIVISION - 2 lots • approximately 162.5x125, in quiet well established neighborhood, Corner lot may face either street $0,400 OFF COUNTRY LANE - 1.75 acres, wood, proposed road, oft Counlrv Lane (60 tt. wide) to lot. SOLD i' his ;? 8 ,icies would irtially wooded wilh 513.000 FAR M LANtj bo gieal ti-J a stream i 530.000 NEEDMORE RD. ROWAN COUNTY. - .t 4S acres with a 10 stall 40xtl0 ham Just inmuti's lrom Mocksvilln and Salisbury /.oriod lor Mubilv liinni> -i 0b additional acros nvnil<ibln. $34,000 5.61 actes located al Country l.ane and Campbell Road. This could he good investment property No mobile homes. V i i u i " ) >u 11 I h l'> f</1 Hat Moore 492-5718 tdic G Potts 634 5613 Jewell Stoke* 634 3397 Frances Tulterow 634-5074 Kathl C. Wall 634-1311 Peggy Watson 634-3696 ■ J~v * " ■•'■ - ':". , , _ , ^ . . ,, ~ '^ W S W W m r ~ ~ - 1 * SD—DAVIE COUNTY KNTERl’RISK RKC()RI>. TllllRSI)AY, April 12, 1990 |i-.; • :- v - . •’ 1" .>. ' ■ ■: ;V; . ,. t \ .-, !■ ■■>■'. ■. ry. - lbrown Wood Employees Help Reduce Wastes Crown Wood Products li;is dcviscd a plan io rcduiv its hazar­ dous wastc aml non-hazardous waslc. The plan, orcatcd by fivc Crown Wood employees wiihin lhc Quali­ ty Leadership Proeess (QLV) at the plant, will reduce ilte environmen­ tal hazard by installing a hazardous wastc reaetor. QLP, started in October. 1987. teaches problem solving technii|ues during a four month training of­ fered three hours per week. Every employee will eventually compete in the program, said the teacher. Pat Gobble. Team members who pinpointed the hazardous waste problem were Johnny Cashwell. Sherri Franco. Kathy Owings, Nancy Waughn and Gary Waller. “Most people in Davie County think Crown Wood is a major pro­ ducer of hazardous waste.” said Waller. “We’re trying to do something about that.” Cashwell said: “Tlie purpose was to eliminate all the wastc. II you don't create a problem. \ou don't have to solve it.” Waller, a maintenance specialist, was required to check aml label 55 gallon barrels ofliquid wastc pro­ duced by the print room at Crown Wood. "Preparation and disposal of these containers of hazardous material was costing the company about $233 per 55 gallon barrel for 14.000 gallons ofwaste water per year.” said Gobble. With test results determining the acidity level in the water, the team discovered the level to be too high to be disposed of in the local landfill. When Crown Wood installs a reactor, the 55 gallon barrels would be eliminated and the solids could be disposed of in the local landfill. “Also, the non-hazardous liquid could also be recycled for use in the finish department spray booths.” said Gobble. Xy^ Cashwel has given perience. said the QI.P program him a learning ex- 'This makes vou feel T ;y -fi-'‘vti£hai- j , Crown W ood em ployees (l-r) Pat Gobble, Johnny Cashwell, Nancy Vaughn, Sherri Franco, G ary W aller and Kathy O w- you're not just another person on the job.” he said. “We've work­ ed in that area and we should be asked to solve the problems in that area. “Someone who has never work­ ed in the area, nine times out of 10, they don't know what their talking about.” he said. “On the job ex­ perience really counts. If we can iielp the company help the com­ ings exam ine barrels w hich dispose hazardous w aste. — munity, we help ourselves.” Some other ideas Crown employees have designed include recycling aluminum cans, recycl­ ing scrap computer paper, whitc bonded paper, and card board paper. “Scrap wood which had formerly been hauled io the land­ fill at a cost of $60 per load is now placed in containers outside of the plant," said Gobble. “The wood will no longer be used to ! Photos by James Bwringer. | is available to employees and the* general public for free." * Team member Kathy Owings! hopes her part has helped to mafrej Crown Wood and the community; a better place. “If the company| goes bad, we go bad," she said.* "Ifthcre is a problem in a depart -) inent, they (management) don't| know about it. We do. This gives? us a chance to tell them about it.**! GRAND OPENING! APRIL 21 The < Country Music Opry Crow n W ood em ployee N ancy Vaughn helped devise a plan to reduce hazardous and non-hazardous w aste within the facility. In King, N.C. 10,000 Sq. Ft. Of Family Entertainment ★ A ll-U -C a n -E a t B u ffe t ★ v U & * The Bcst C o u n try & W e s te rn M u s ic B y fltfct* M is s Jo L a k e y ’s “ B u n k h o u s e B a n d ” ! w ith ★ Square Dancc Caller “ J o h n n y M c B r id e ” ! A ls o - S p e c ia l G u e s t Z e k e S a u n d e rs & B la d e s O f G ra s s * S q u a r e D a n c in g ★ C lo g g in g - T w o S te p s ★ W a ltz e s - P o lk a s ONE PRICE (.nc.u<icsaU) *10** (Children agcs 4-12 pay *5S0, under 3 FREE) ENTERTAINMENT ONLY...*500 p/p before 8 p.m., $400 p/p after 8 p.m. (Children ages 4-12 pay $250, under 3 FREE) NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES “For a fun nite of good food and foot-stompin’ music the whole family can en­ joy. come on out the TH E OPRY! Ml. Alry Open Kri. & Sal. Nitcs Only 6:00 pm til 12 midnight (919) 983-6400 U.S. Hwy. 52 & Mcadowbrook Dr., King, N.C. OFflY KINGEiit Wintton S*#m F or The B e st S ea ts In The H ouse — Com e Em riyt Kathy O w ings and Sherri Franco prepare to recycle cardboard. y. Now A Bernina Evervone Can Alford X b Introducing the NEW Bernina 1000 DesignerONLY *599! From Switzerland — a breakthrough in stylo and valuo in quality sewing. It's a Bernina! And you can own it now. at this lncrwilbto price! •PMtoct llitchea every time on any tebric. •Automstk buttonhotos •7 practtcjM ititchM •EtduWve cttfKxi pres*er leet' •Femous wH *l|usting tension TheSewing ,0ttCwhtoOri* a 0 ^ ^-^\\ V ;e ^ \o < ^ x < ^ 'je^ -v< - o * < £ ss-w &<s &. AV 7 ,. .„»** ftdtttflTtoi*ut4 *• ^ r ^❖^v •*•*•••• T H E S O O N E R , T H E B E T T E R . N ow is the bcst tim e to contribute to your 1990 IRA. Because the earlier your contribution, the more interest you’ll earn. B E T T E R L A T E T H A N N E V E R . So you d id n ’t open or add to an IR A during 1989? You can still make an IR A contribution and use it as a 19S1) tax deduction*...just act before you file vour taxes or before A p ril 15. tf3fc MOCKSVILLE SAVINGS & LOAN T«* *ltftu* detcnemcd by vour iikvmv and (xirtk:ipiikMi m (vision pliins. A#k lti for detuil* ■ ':;■’ \:jy Ward 6ets NCAE-PACE Nod I)AVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, A The North Carolina Association of Educators Political Action Com­ mittee for Education has ciulor.scil Jack Ward as its candidate for the 37th district of the N.C. House of Representative. The NCAK-I’ACH action was made in accordance wiih the guidelines and procedures of NCAH-PAC1* l'ollowiiiL! recoin mcndations made by interview teams representing the local associations in tliis area. "Your interest in public educa­ tion and your stated support for items ofeonccrn to educators sug­ gests that you have much to offer the ci(izens of North Carolina." NCAI- President Julia Kron wrote in ;i letter to Ward last week. In The Service Airman Wils<m Kiilisls In Air N:ilionsil Guard Senior Airman Reginald A. Wilson recently enlisted in the North Carolina Air National Guaril and was assigned military duties as a weather specialist with thc I56th weather llight. lhe primary mission oftlic 15(ith weather llight is to operate a weather station that provides forecasting and observing services both to the NCANG and assigned U.S. Army units. He served ihree years and iwo months on active duty with the U.S. Air Vorce belore enlisting in the National Guard. Wilson, ol Cooleemec and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Wilson of Coolccmec. is a 1981 graduate of Davie County High School. I>aywalt Arrives For Air Force Duty In Alaska Air Force Airman 1st Class Alfred T. Daywalt Jr. has arrived for duty at liilson Air Force Base in Alaska. Daywalt. the son ofAlfred T. and Hellcii C. Daywalt of2V Center St., Cooleemee. is a a heating systems helper with the 343rd Civil Engineering Squadron. He is a 1989 graduate of Davie High School. Knight Promoleil To Senior Airman In U.S. Air Force Russell W. Knight has been promoted in thc U.S. Air Force to the rank ofsenior airman. Knight is the son ofW.L. and Hazel Knight of Rout 4. Advance and is a personnel specialist with the 8lst Mission Support Squadron. He is a 1983 graduate of Davie High Schol. l.awrenet> Completes Air Force Inspection Course Airman 1st class Avidus K. Lawrence has graduated from thc U.S. Air Force non-destructive inspection course at Chanutc Air Force Base. III. During the course, she was taught to detect flaws in missile, silo and aircraft material using various inspection techni­ ques. including X-ray. She also earned credits toward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force. She is thc daughter of Sylvalia M. and l erry T. Lawrence of Winston- Salem and is a 1986 graduate of Davie High School. i M n H M m M U H |CAR WASH I Saturday, April 14,1990 g 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. I Concord United | Methodist Church 8 Cherry Hill Rowi I Hwy. 801 - 2 Miles North y of Qr—sy Corner I S p o n s o re d B y Jr. Bellvers Of Concord Uwlted M >M w <lrt CNwrch Support our youth, and : get your car cleaned, too! *.l2-1tp Lordy, Lordy Look Who's40! I’lL'Uy A udrey lreciru n W e L o w You, All Your Family (Roth sides) B a r b a r a E d w a r d s I n t e r i o r s a n d G a t t c r y fbLLSLlcj) W in d o w C o v e rin g s M in ib lin d s 4 0 % O ff C u s to m D ra p e rie s B e d s p re a d s W ic k e r 7b6*958J M - r 9:30 -5:30 Sttt |o - : 255l Lcivisvinc-i'(cimtu>iu; ltrxnt Cfamimiu<, N'c' iacmss | nmi Rnso) Is Our Hisured Retirement Alternative For You? *C w b e c M cMh vakM guarantew. i contact Wcfcay Oraban. . tt1 i trtW e Vafey fW. “ >2T9K ASKMET P U B L IC N O T IC E S NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE Suporior Court Division Boloro Tho Clork 89-SP-100 Andmson Ellis Foslor, Potilionor VS. Hazel Hill. Paul Drivor Jr.. Lindn Drivor Powors, Ruth Foslor, Millio McBrido. John Foster, Frank Thomas. Alice Pusay. Jamos M. Thomas, Robcrl G. Thomas. Billy H. Thomas. John F. Thomas, Cyn- lhi.i T Walkor, Willio H. Foster, Goorgia Davis Foslor. C W Foster Jr . Texio F Nilong, Respondents NOTICE OF RESALE Under and by virtue ol an order ol resale as signed on the 4th day ol April, 1990. by the Clork of Superior Courl ot Davie County, North Carolina, tho under­ signed Commissioner will otter lor resale at public auction tho horeinaltor describ­ ed tract ol land, on April 20, 1990, at 12:00 noon at the courthouse door; that the resale will be subject lo upsot bid and confirmation as provided by law; that said tract ol land is particularly doscribed as lollows: BEGINNING at a stako S.A. Bailey’s corner on Joe Bailey's line and runs thence with Joe Bailey's line 18.65 chains to a stako Joe Bailey's corner on Smithdeal line; thence with Smilhdeal line North 45 degs. West 8.50 chs. to a stake; thence with branch in an easterly direc­ tion 8.39 chains to a stake; thence north 58 deg. West 5.14 chains to a stake in J.G. Foster's line; thence with J.G. Foster's line about north 10.91 chains to a stake S.A. Bailey's and J.G. Foster's corner; thence wilh S.A. Bailey's line bet­ ween J.G. Foster and S.A. Bailey 5.17 chains to the beginning corner In Joe Bailey's line. This is a part of lot number four In the division of Mrs. Annie Bailey estate; this Is also a part of lot number one in the division as will appear in Book 23 Page 416 in the office of the Register of Deeds for Davie County, N.C., see also No. 26, Page 460 for a more accurate description as to courses and distance as to the land herein conveyed, see below. Beginning at a stake S.A. Bailey and J.G. Foster's corner thence east 336 feet to a stake S.A, Bailey's corner on J.R. Bailey's line; thence with J.R. Bailey South 1217ft. toastakeJ.R. Bailey's cor­ ner on John Smithdeal line; thence with Smithdeal line N. 85Vz deg. W. 560 feet lo a slake on bank of branch Charles Taylor corner; thence with the said branch N. 69 deg. 324 fl.; lhence north 29 deg. East 61 ft.; thence N. 73 deg. East 100 lt.; thence N. 37 deg. E. 85 It. to a stake on the bank of said branch, Taylor’s corner north; thence N. 55 deg. W. 340 It. to a stake J.G. Foster’s corner; thence North 720 feet to lhe beginning contain­ ing eight and four-tenlhs acres more or loss. Save and except any tracts previously sold lrom said lands. Said land shall be sold with the open­ ing bid being as follows; $20,058.80. The resale is subject to all unpaid Davie County ad valorem taxes. The successful bidder of bidders will be required to deposit ten (10%) percent ol the amount ol the bid the date of the sale; the sale shall remain open for upset bids for a period of ten (10) days from the dale of the filing of the Report of Resale; and the resale is subject to confirmation by the Clerk of Superior Court of Davie County. This 4th day of April, 1990. E. Edward Vogler Jr., Commissioner 4-12-2tnp NORTH CAROfelN* YADKIN COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE District Court Division 90-CVD- Archie Glen Sidden, Plaintiff Recent changes In tax legislation may have resulted in you losing all, or part ot your IRA tax deduction. If you are: * Married, and earning over S40,000 per year, or * Single, and earning more than S25,000 annually, and ' Covered by your employer's pension plan, then the new rules have seriously restricted your ability to benefit from an IRA. Even II you could fully participate In a traditional IRA you may have already dlacovered that there are some very real drawbacks. Most apparent Is the lack ot an Insured death benefit. All that would be returned, on the death of the depositor, would be the cash accumulations In thc IRA account. And there are substantial tax penalties for any lump sums withdrawn prior to age S9Vi. Insured Retirement Alternative may be your best alternative to an IRA. The pton la underwritten and Issued by New York Llfe Insurance Company, a toader among llle Insurance companies In North America. The Insured Retirement Alternative gives you most of tho advantages ot an IRA, without many ot the drawbacks. Okl you know that a llle Insurance contract provides: * Te* free access to cash prior to retirement through policy toMM. * Subatenttal dMth benefits, tree ot Income lax. * A eeH completion feature. In the event ol total disability, premiums wiH be pati through a walver ot premium benefit. * AMUty to convert your accumulations at retirement to a fUvartMd montNy Income that wUI continue throughout your vs. Flora Bryson Sidden, Delendanl NOTICE TO: Flora Bryson Sidden, the above-named Defendant NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that a pleading seeking rohel against you had been filed in the above entitled action The nature ol the ieliel being sought is absolute divorce lrom the defendant. You are required to make delense to such pleading not later than May 7, 1990, snid date being 40 days from the lirst publication ol this notice; upon your fmluro to do so the party seeking service against you will apply to the Court lor the reliel sought. This the 20th day of March. 1990. Valerie Johnson Zachary Attorney For Plaintifl P.O. Box 608 Yadkinville, N.C. 27055 (919) 679-8823 3-29-3tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE 90-SP-15 Under and by virtue ol the power of sale contained in a certain deed ot trust by David F. Dwlgglns and wife, Barbara S. Dwiggins to Stahle Linn, trustee(s), dated the 20th day ol March 1984, and record­ ed in Book 126. Page 394, in the Davie County Registry. North Carolina, delault having boon made in lhe payment ol the note thereby secured by the said deed ol trust, and the undersigned, J. William Anderson, having been substituted as Trustee in said deed ol trust by an Instru­ ment duly recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds ol Davie County, North Carolina, and the holder of the note ovidoncing said indebtedness having directed that tho deed ol trust be foreclos­ ed, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at lhe Courthouse Door in the City ol Mocksville, Davie County, North Carolina, at twelve (12:00) o’clock noon, on Thursday the 12th day ol April, 1990, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash the following real estate, situated in Davie County, North Carolina, and be­ ing more particularly described as follows: BEING Lol No. 5, Block VI, ol lhe R.C. Foster Subdivision, shown on a plat ol same duly recorded In Plat Book No. 3, Page 77, Davie County Registry, reference to which Is hereby made for a more complete description, and also be­ ing shown Davle County Tax Map 1-4-14-B13. Said single family dwelling being located at: 337 Tot Street, Mocksville, N.C. 27028. This sale Is made subject to all taxes and prior liens or encumbrances of record against the sald property, and any record­ ed releases. A cash deposit ol ten percent (10%) of the purchase price will be required at the time of the sale. This the 22nd day of March, 1990. J. William Anderson, Substitute Trustee J. William Anderson, Attorney 210 E. Russell Street, Suite 104 Fayetteville, N.C. 28301 (919) 483-3300 4-5-2tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION In the District Court 90-CVD-102 Qulntenna White Cody,Plaintiff VS. Edward Lee Cody, Defendant TO: Edward Lee Cody --------- TAKE NOTICE that a verified pleading seeking relief against you has been filed in lhe above-entitled action. The nature of the relief being sought is as follows: an absolute divorce based on one year's separation and child custody. You are required to make defense to such pleading not later than May 1, 1990, said date being 40 days lrom the first publication of this notice, or from the date complaint is required to be filet, whichever Is later; and upon your lallure to do so, the party seeking service against you will apply to lhe court for the reliel sought. This the 22nd day of March, 1990. Hall and Vogler Attorneys at Law By: Tammy A. Fleming Attorney for Plaintiff P.O. Drawer 970 Mocksville. N.C. 27028 Telephone: 704/634-6235 3-22-4lnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION In the District Court Joy M. Finn, Plaintiff “VSr Patrick M. Finn, Delendant TO: Patrick M. Finn TAKE NOTICE lhat a verified pleading seeking reliel against you has been filed in the above entitled action. The nature ol the reliel 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 22nd day ol May, 1990, said date being 40 days lrom the lirst publication ol this notice, or from the date complaint is required to be filed, whichever is later: and upon your failure to do so, the party seeking service against you will apply to the court lor the relief sought. This the 12th day of April. 1990. Hall and Vogler, Attorneys at Law By: William E. Hall. Attorney for Plaintill P.O. Drawer 970, Mocksville, N.C. 27028 Telephone: 704/634-6235 4-12-3tnp Happy 37th Dwight! We All Love You, Mary, Paul, Jazz, Sampson, Kermit and What’s It s Name NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE Superior Court Division Belore the Clerk 90-SP-11 Cleta Nichols Bivens (divorced), and Larry Thomas Nichols, Jr. and wife. Belly Z. Nichols,Petitioners VS. Thomas Dean Nichols, and wife, Linda B. Nichols, Rilla Nichols Lagle and husband, Thomas Jackson Lagle, Evelyn Nichols McDaniel (widow), Inez Nichols Boger and husband, Sherman Odell Boger, Respondents NOTICE OF SALE Under and by virtue of an order of sale as signed on the 9th day of March, 1990, by the Honorable Clerk of Superior Court of Davie County, North Carolina, upon verified petition of the petitioners, appoin­ ting E. Edward Vogler, Jr. as Commis­ sioner for lhe purpose of selling the real property described below. The undersigned Commissioner will of­ fer for sale at public auction the hereinafter described tract of land, on the 27lh day of April. 1990 at 12:00 noon, at the door of the Davie County Courthouse, Mocksville, North Carolina; that the sale will be subject to upset bid and confirma­ tion as provided by law; that said tract of land is particularly described as follows: A tract located in Jerusalem Township, Davie County, N.C. and being a part of the R.W. Kurfees lands: BEGINNING at a point, the Erwin Colton Mills Company corner, on bank ol South Yadkin River; thence North 5 degs. East 1980 feet to a slake; thence East 209 feet to a stake; thence North 3 degs. East 330 feet to a stake; thence West 400 leet to a slake; thence North 3 degs. East 420 feet to a stake on the Cooleemee Junction Road; thence with said road 590 feet to a stake; thence South 5 degs. West 420 teet to a stake; thence West wilh line of lots numbers: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16,975 feet to an iron stake, Sum­ mer’s line, 1750 feet to a stake on the Bank ot South Yadkln River; thence down and wilh said river to the beginning, con­ taining Eighty-four (84) acres more or less. Said sale is subject to unpaid Davle County ad valorem taxes. The successful bidder of bidders will be required to deposit ten (10%) percent of the amount ol the bid the date ot the sale; the sale shall remain open for upset bids for a period ol ten (10) days from the date of the filing of the Report of Sale; and, the, sale is subject to confirmation by the Clerk of Superior Court of Davie County. This 14th day of March, 1990. By: E. Edward Vogler, Jr., Commissioner Hall & Vogler, Attorneys at Law P.O. Drawer 970, Mocksville, N.C. 27028 Telephone: 704/634-6235 4-5-4tnp NORTH CAROLINA DAVIE COUNTY ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE Having qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Fred Coleman Barney, deceased, late of Davie County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons hav­ ing claims against said estate to present them lo the undersigned on or before the 5lh day of October, 1990, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 5th day of April, 1990. Faye D. Barney, Route 4, Box 23, Mocksville, N.C. 27028, Administratrix of the eslale of Fred Coleman Barney, deceased. 4-5-4tnp NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Under and by virtue of the authority contained in a certain deed of trust datWf March 28,1984, securing a note and to* debtedness ol $27,650.00, wMchwwW: ecuted by Garey E. Gulledge and wlfe, Jo A. Gulledge (who are the currM owners of the property described thaceht), and which Is recorded In Book 128 M Page 470, Davie County Registry, the undersigned having been appolntWl Subslilu!e Trustee by instrument recort^ ed in Book 164 at Page 120 ot sakt Registry, default having occurred In the payment of the note secured by said deed of trust, and at the request of the hoMer of said noto and pursuant to Order of Foreclosure dated the 3rd day of April, 1990, the undersigned Substitute Trustee, In accordance with the provi^ sions of said deed of trust, will otfer for sale at public auction to the highest bM* der lor cash at 12:00 o’clock noon on Wednesday, April 25, 1990, al the cour­ thouse door In Mocksville, Davle Coun­ ty, North Carolina, the house and tot * Route 7 No. 259>l, OanWfS Rowfi Mocksville, North Carolina 27028, whteh is more particularly described as foWewe: BEING all of Lot 12, Btock A and a por­ tion of tract north of lot 12 situated In the Morgan Springs Devek>pment as rt ap­ pears on a plat in Map Book 5, Page Tf,‘ Davie County Registry dated November 3,1973, by Richard C. Current, Surveyor' and being more particularly described aa follows: BEGINNING at a monument, NwW; edge of right of way of OanW Road iWfc" the present Southeast comer d Lot 11; Block A and the present Southweat cor­ ner of Lot 12, Btock A aa ajpe— from: sald plat; thence from the BfcQINNtNO- north 21 deg. 58' 34" East 201.44 leei'. along the eastern line ot Lot 11 to a maw* ment; continuing North 32 defl. 28' 43** East 124.93 feet atong the eeeWm Wneefc lot 9 to an existing iron pln; conMnuHty- North 32 deg. 21' 58" East t80.W feeC along the eastern line of tol 8 to W e*- istlng Iron pin being the souttwaat cometC of Lot 7; thence south 71 dag. 21' 38"’ East 119.97 feel to a placed iron pto£ thence South 30 deg. 31' 00" WW£ 318.00 feel along the western Mne of tot • 13 to a placed iron pln; thence South 80, deg. 03' 00" East 58.23 feet to an exMngr lron pin; thence South 04 dag. 86* 00" . West 218.55 leet to an existing iron pkl; on Daniel Road East on West banfcofa branch; lhence North 50 deg. 56’ 88" . West 142.66 feet atong North edge of Daniel Road East to an existing Iron pJn;, continuing North 88 deg. 49'30'' WMt 108.17 feet atong north edge of DanM.' Road East to the POINT ANO PLACEOF* BEGINNING, containing 1.871 eM W more or less, as surveyed by Qrady L ' Tutterow, dated March 2, 1964. v This land Is subject to certain roeMcC tions recorded In Deed Book 03, Pagev 326, and subject to certain set back Nnet.' as noted on plat in Map Book 5, Page 77,, Davie County Registry. Said property will be sokt subject to, taxes, assessments, and any superior easements, rights of way, restrictions of ; record, liens, or other prior encum-'i brances, said sale to remain open for tov.; creased bids for ten days after report^' thereof to the Cterk o< Superior Court. The i Substitute Trustee may require the ttigh bidder to deposit cash at the sate In m amount equal to five percent of the amount bid as a good laith depoe#. This 3rd day of April, 1990. - Philip E. Searcy, Substitute Trustee Cra^je, Brawley, Liipferl 6 Roaa Attorneys and Counseltors at Law 500 W. Fourth Streel, Suite 200 P.O. Box 2 6 *. Winston-Salem, N.C. 27102 ■' Telephone: (919) 7280963 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ y M y ^ Hi! My name is CHUNK LIVENGOOD. I ceWwated my 40th MrtMqf on Monday, ApriiWi. NowiamanoMman!Myhfendi --BmmrVkkttt^erty^rtBufjwKh* In Oemmons on Thursday, M*cfc 2Wi. N ws* « surprise! Tht group end I arrived et BurgwKlnginabtack*momfoe.Weewe served kiddi*burgara, fries and btrthdey cake by i clown. There were cokxful balloons and streimers, gifts and party favors. I wore a birthday hat! Everyone had i great time. I retumtd home in my chauffer4riven limousine where there was more cake, ice cream and friends. I opened my gifts and watched a video of my kiddie-party on TV. I'm glad I'm 40 - and celebrating in such a fun way! This Announcement Is A Paid Birthday Announcement By Chunk's Friends m m $ 5^'Sv'v'rs’^ft- Buying Scrap Gold Gold & Silver Coins Rolex Watches Paying Cash DO N’S FINE JEWELERY Clemmons 919-766-8505 SUBSCRIBE To The Enterprise-Record Send $ 1 8 To: Enterprise-Record P.O. Box 525 Mocksville, NC 27028 AUCTION SALE 10:00 a.m. Saturday, April 21, 1990 Farm Machinery & Personal Property From The Estate Of Mr. Asbury Smith Rt. 5, Pudding Ridge Rd., Mocksville, N.C. DIRECTIONS: From l-40 exit Farmington Rd. »174. Travel north approx, 2’/a miles. Turn loft on Pudding Ridge Rd. «1435. Sale 2' i miles on left. Watch e2or_aucUon_signsii—___-_ —^—i————]—-^—^- —^—-^—-——i—-i^—-i^ ^ ITEMS FOR SALE 1968 Ford 5000 Tractor 3976 hrs. " 1963 Ford 4000.Traclor 2600 hrs. " 1966 Chevrolet '.- Ton Pick-Up V8 " Ford Planter ‘ Ford Post Hole Digger * Ford Scoop ‘ Ford 2-Row Cultivator ' Ford Tillage Tool ‘ 101 Ford Plow * Ford Loader • 501 Ford Mower • Allis-Chalmers Combine * AMF 8/36 Aldlng Mower ' Two Horse Wagon ' Horse Drawn Mowing Machine ' Wagons * Sythe • Chain Hoist ' Hand Spray ' Wire Stretchers * Old Metal Ice Box 5" Bench Vise • Bench Grinder 1 Fishing Rods & Reels ' Dog House * Hay " 256 New Holland Rake • 567 New Holland Baler • New Holland Hay Conditioner • New Idea Spreader 1 King Drag Harrow ' King Disc Harrow • Bale Conveyor • Bnle Mover • Cultlpacker • Bush Hog • Grain Drill * Grain Augar • Farm Gates * Wood Snw * Bog Harrow * Fuel Tank & Pumps " Stainless Milk Tank ‘ Sides lor Pick-Up " Push Plow ‘ Lanterns • Wheelbar­ row ’ Hog Wire " Hand Truck • Water Hose " Exercise Bike • Wash Pot * Other Misc. Items. Snle Conducted For: Ms. Betty Ann Smith. Admlx. Jim SHEEK%r. <um*- - - c7**a.. *»»,.••*0, AUCTION & REALTY CO. #c*«* NCAL 924 BONDED NCRL 40328 kHwy. 158 P.O. Box 903, Mocksville, NC 27028 PH. (919) 9 9 8 -3 3 5 0 Not Responsible In Cato Of Injury Or Lots Ot Any Type . I • ,'jgP —DAVlE COUNTY ENTKRPKISK RKK)HI). TllliK.SI>AV. April 12, 1990 Yard Sales BIG ESTATE YARD SALE Thursday, Friday and Salurdny April 12, 13, 14 - Bear Crook Church Road, Mocksville. Furniture, household goods, larm equipment Friday, April 13, 9 until. Off Howard- town Road, 'h mile from Cornatzer Road. Gigantic Yard Salc Friday 13, & Saturday 14, 8 until at Lakewood Village. Cassette player, high chair, children to adult clothes. Oak Street (olf North Main), Fri., Sat., 8-12. Lamps, typewriters, toys, bicycles, mantle clock, dishes, grand- lather clock, books, lrames, bottles, tricycle. Other items. Rain or shine. Used Washers & Dryers, also elec­ tric stoves. Good condition. Ask for Willie 492-5357. Ammals AUSTRALIAN SHEPPARDS: AKC registered, 11 weeks old, 5 males, solids & merles. 919-766-8950. Dachshund puppies: Ready April 17th. Full*looded, full-size, 4-female, 3-male. $100 each. Call 704^92-5844.________________ FIEST PUPPIES: Registered, 10 weeks old, shots & dewormed. $60 each. 919-998-4850. FREEMAN S SADDLE 4 TACK SHOP Boots - Western Wear - Approx 60 Saddles 4 miles southwest of Dobson, 919-36&4444 or 366-4300. PET RABBITS: $5.00 each. 704-284-2412 after 3 p.m. India Blue, 2 years old, perfect teather, ready to lay. $90 pair. One 3 year old cock, $50. 634-2532. WHATS 80 OFFERENT ABOUT THE HAPPV JACK 3-X FLEA COLLAR? IT WORKSIII NOW AVAILABLE FOR CATS! JUNKER & SON/DAVIE FARM SERVICE & STEELE FEED & SEED. A p a r t m e n t F o r Rent FO*RENT....1 and 2-bedroom apart- ments, kitchen appliances furnished including dishwasher, i'/2-baths, washer/dryer connections. Central heat/air. Prewired lor 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. NEW, ENERQY EFFICIENT APART­ MENTS. 1 & 2 bedroom and fully fur­ nished studios. Pool, clubhouse, and basketball court. AMPLE PARKING!!! Water, sewer, drapes, and kitchen appliances included. Dishwasher, frost-free refrigerator, washer/dryer connections and on-site laundry facilities. Healed and cooled with heat pumps. Private patio or balcony, quick-recovery water heater, smoke dector, prewired for phone and cable TV. Manager and maintenance live on property. 24-hour emergency maintenance. Children and small pets welcome. Only a few left. Don't miss out — call now tor $50 off first month's rent. Northwood Apartments, ■ Milling Road, 634-4141. Newly-remodeled-apar.tmerte_J2_ bedroom, 1 bath, new carpet, central heat/air, new appliances and fixtures. Just $280/mo. upstairs, S290/mo. downstairs plus deposit. Eubanks Properties, 919-723-0757. Why Rent? Homes for S1.00, Repos. Gov't give away programs! For infor­ mation 5044549-0670 ext. R-8645. FOR RENT: ^t)cean Place con­ dominium at North Myrtle Beach. Reasonable rates. Beautiful Ocean View. Large swimming pool, washer/dryer facilites available. 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, sleeper sofa, color cable TV with HBO, cen­ tral heat and air, microwave, kit­ chen completely furnished. FAMI­ LY ORIENTED. For reservations call Jean or Don Pope. Home 919-998-2330, work 919-766-8505. BEACH COTTAGE ,it S MvHlt> Bv,'ich. 2-bodroom. 2b.Hh ,ic. color lv Weekly $300 or :*> -I !i rmjhtly 704-634-3650 or /04-634 3B75 K * r i k i- M * iiln .liL M I BARNEY The family of tho late Frod C Barney would like to thank everyone lor all your expressions ol sympathy, the lood. llowers. telephone calls and your offers to help in anyway you could. Your loving kindness helped to ease the shock and make our hearts a little bit lighter. Our special thanks to Revv. Joe Collins and to all of Fred’s friends. God bless all of you. The family EVERHART The family of Henry Everhart wishes to thank everyone for their many acts of kindness during the illness and the passing of Henry. A special thank you to the employees of Crown Wood Products, The Belt's Factory, The CAPP Care, and Hospic of Davie County. Also a special thanks to the friends of the Cooleemee communi­ ty and surrounding areas. Your kind­ ness will never be forgotten. Genesta Everhart PENNINGER The lamily ol the late Willie Penninger would like to acknowledge with grateful appreciation your acts of kindness and expressions of sym­ pathy show to us in the death ol their beloved wife and mother. Your kind­ ness will always be remembered. May God bfess each and everyone of you. The Penninger family Child Care WILL BABYSIT CHILDREN: Second & third shifts. References furnished. 634-3256. Will keep children in my home on Cor­ natzer Road $35 per week includes meals and lots of TLC. Call 919-998-7429. Farm Machiner A Farmall with Cultivator. Good con­ dition, $1995. 919-998-3230. Furniture 2 Conference desks, credenzas to match, $250 set; I filing cabinet, $50; 1 desk office chair (swivel), $30; 2 plastic chair mats, $10 each. Other miscellaneous office furniture and supplies. Cedar Double Bed with dresser, Lane cedar chest, chest of drawers, G.E. Refrigerator. 919-998-2872,9a.m. to 12 noon only. Hutch, 3-piece Redwood Set, Queen Anne coffee table and 2 end tables, 1200 BTU air conditioner. Call 634-1156 afler 4 p.m. ABORTION.... Pregnancy Testing. For an appointment call Arcadia Women's Clinic, Winston Salem col­ lect. 919 721-1620. __________ Alanon Family Group Meetings 1 st PresbyTeriafTChurch"* North Main Street Wednesdays 8 p.m. 634-2195 omes For Rent 2-8R, 1-BA, Central Heat & Air. No Pets. S400 per month. 919-998-5228. - S M i . i * c k = f i T O n f 3 Bedroom, 2 balh rancher in good lucation Well maintained. S55,000 LEONARD REALTY, 634-3875. 634-3650 AS IS: 4 room house for sale $12,000. 3 Riverside Drive. Cooleemee. NC. 637-8764 or 636-2507. NEW AND USED OFFICE FURNITURE * Safes * Kilts * Fire Prtx>f Files * m e 0fflce Furniture 111N. Main Street, Salisbury, N.C. Phene 636-6022 Chandler-Smith Dawo County’s Auttwn:od Cub Cadet Dealer Sales r^7/A fh r4 m t~ Service Parts 919-765-32281442 S Stratford fid (Noar Ham>s M,M> Winston-Salom tV ..-> 4 a M M M f0 M to r • tatos * Perts * * Senrice * Rental* * * Flnwdng * |8n M W flih ip te W 6 B tC 6 M11t>UMwyAw., fcMtr,fcC. :.UV:: W M <ei r, ^^pjjy 4d 8 £ ttV^Mt S^M^pflNMt 5 & B Guttering Seamless Aluminum 6 Colors To Choose From Gutters Cleaned, »25°° And Up Aluminum Gutter Guards Installed ii (•» ) iSI-7l2l for Estimate-»aK 601 South 2 mili>s, rnce 3 bedroom, LB. den. formal dining room plus 2 car carport, partial basement. $55,000 Will lease to buy with small down payment. 704-634-2244. ATTENTION: Government Homes from S1 (U-repair). Delinquent tax pro­ perty. Repossessions. Call 1-602-838-8885 Ext. GH-3131 BY OWNER: 234 Wilkesboro St.. Mocksville. (Need map to see rooms) 6 bedrooms, 3 baths, living room w/lireplace, dining room, kitchen, utili­ ty, sun room, hardwood oak lloors. large screened-in back porch. Finish­ ed basement with 2 bedroom. 1 bath, hobby room, storage. Zoned for multi­ ple families. $79,000. NO AGENTS. PLEASE!! 704-634-1166. BY OWNER: Bermuda Run, new River Hill Section, overlooking golf course and lakes. Bermuda Run Country Club membership included. 919-998-2248. DRASTICALLY REDUCED: Office or special use. Was $179,900, now S139.900. 1.64 acres with complete­ ly renovated home. Hwy. 158 in Clemmons. Call Evelyn Haynes 919-998-0878 or Lewis & Clark Realtors 919-768-1662. Howardtown Road: Brick 3/4 bedrooms, 1'/j baths, full basement, carpet, AC, dishwasher, dbl. garage, 1'/2 acres. 703-632-8151. Two story house for sale. Six large rooms, hall & bath. Large outside storage building on Vi acre. Cooleemee Hwy. 801. S36,000. 704-637-0578. Land For Sale 10 Acres on Mocks Church Road. 919-998-7147. 5 ACRES: Jack Booie Road. Call Evelyn Haynes 919-998-0878 or Lewis & Clark Realtors 919-768-1662. Near Sheffield: 5 acres or more, stream across properly, part wooded, S9,900 5 acres. 704-634-2244 up to 11 p.m. Sanford Avenue: 4 lots, 108'x 230' each, nice and level, county water by property, $6,500 each. 704-634-2244. Santord Avenue: 5 acres or more available, all wooded. Call for ap­ pointment. 704-634-2244. Lawn & Garden ANGELL'S SEEDING SERVICE Light Grading & Hauling Tractor & Blade Work At Hourly Rales NO CHARGE ESTIMATES Rick Angell 634-2730 after 5:30 p.m. LOST: In Wal-Mart parking lot a checkbook vvith calculator belonging to Jelfery C A Cathy C White II found call 492-5416 BME2EH2MiB2MM Mobile home lot, very private. Gun Club Road. Advance 919-998-2868 BKiE5aBEEgEMi ANYONE CAN APPLY! Guaranteed Visa/MC. US Charge Even with bad credit. No one refused. Call 1-602-842-1087 Ext. U2269 FOR RENT: Barn-Style 8x8 utility buildings. Ideal storage space for mobile home owners or homes under construction. Delivered & set-up. $25 month. 492-7787. FOR SALE: 1968 Mercury 9.8 Boat Motor with Thunderbolt ignition. Good running condition. 704-634-3207. FOR SALE: Beautiful silk flowers for headstones and basket ar­ rangements. Reasonable priced. Also 1973 van, blue & white Chevrolet. Ex­ tra clean. 492-7317. FOR SALE: Factory built, free stan­ ding, wood stove. $350. 634-4892. FOR SALE OR TRADE 17 Diamond, total 1 carat. Waterfall Engagement Ring. Size 7. Paid $900, will take $700 or trade for good riding horse. Robin 634-4782 or 634-4921, leave message. Rldlng Lawn Mower: 10 h.p. 36" cut, good condition. $475. 634-0807. Waterbed & stand. Used 1 month. 1976 Mercury Monarch. 704-284-2900 alter 5 p.m. Mobile Homes For Rent 3 Bedroom Mobile Home on large private lot. *300. 634-3875/634-3650. Nice 2 bedroom, 1V? baths, total elec­ tric, no pets. Deposit and references. 919-998-5334. RENT TO OWN a 1984 total electric 14x70. Good for couple with one or two children. Call 492-7853 or 634-1218. Ready to move in. Two and three bedroom mobile homes. $70 to $80 weekly. 492-7853 or 634-1218. m obile Homes For Sale '86 14x70 Fisher Lot A-21, Pines Court. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, FP, DW. 998-6070. CAROLINA LAWN CARE Licensed Professional Lawn Service Weed control, fertilizing, mowing, grubb control & more FREE ESTIMATES ♦ 704-492-7774 C & M SERVICES We provide all types of lawn service, mowing lawns, trimming shrubbery, cleaning lots. 704-634-5798, FREE ESTIMATES. FACTORY FRESH RECONDITIONED HOMES Only $199 Down Oakwood Homes 1009 Greensboro St. Lexington, NC 704-249-7042 L"AWN"MOWINCT--------------- Free estimates! Also hedge trimming, garden plowing & tilling. Call Gerald B. Wilkie 998-6122 or 998-7736 WAYNE'S LAWN MAINTENANCE AND TREE CARE Tree Topping, Trimming, Stump Grinding & Tree Removal 634-4413 - Free Estimates ce Space Weddings Promotional RKR Video Consumer - Industrial Commercial Complete Video Productions c 704-492-2112 Real Estate Instructional For .fa rm A n < y /. *« **■ , ' % ^ PROPANE GAS, INC. V< > /iiv \/<»rAsw//« mu! /)<nii f > K>t 41 h,/M 1010 West lnnos St Salistiuf>. NC 2St4; ,'0^ >•> U-BID AUCTION 601 S. From Mocksville 7:30 p.m. Until Friday, April 13th - Beauford Saturday, April14th - Bob & Barbara VCR’s, Camcorders, Stereos, Collectable Dolls, Cordless Phones, Groceries, Household supplies, Easter Supplies, Answering Machines, Exercise Equipment. Auctioneer 4 Owner: Johnnle L. Hellard NCAL 4629 (919) 998-7484 Rt. 7, Box 50*A Mocksville, N.C. SpeckUzing in Estate, fitrsonal Property, Uquidations&Bankruptcy, Etc. BARFORD S PIANO TUNING Repairing, rebuilding. Work guaranteed. 919-998-2789. Piano For Sale Wanted: Responsible party to assume small monthly payments on piano. See locally. Call credit manager 1-800-447-4266. 10 ACRES OF PLANTS: 3000 different kinds and sizes. Blue Rug Junipers, Yellow Bell, Red Tips, Azaleas S1.00 each. Also Clematis Vines, Pampas Grass, Weeping CherryTrees. Cedar Creek Road, Farmington. 919-998-2147 Days or n919-998-7203 Nights. Personals 1990 OAKWOOD $11,990 Oakwood Homes 1009 Greensboro St. Lexington, NC 704-249-7042 Lee’s Mobile Homes since 1977 - Volume Horton & Fleetwood dealer. 1990 models. 4 ft. tongue inc. 24x44 S15,999 (30 days only), 24x52 ST7T99ST 24x55~S22^9tfj 42x60" triplewide S36,999, 14x70 S12,999, 14x80 S14,999 - Used homes available. No money down on clear deed. Open 7 days till sundown. Y'all come to Rd. no. 1923, Norwood, NC. 1-800-777-8652 or 704-474-3191. OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT near post ollice Ground floor. Good parking. Modern conveniences 1 office available 634-2181 CAR - TRUCK - VAN CLEAN UP Complete Wash & Wax Richard Markland 998-4812 or 998-6081 Hwy. 801, Advance CAVE’S CHIMNEY SWEEP Also stainless steel chimney liners. Senior Citizens Discount 919-961-6652 BIRTHDAY GREETINGS! Goodness gracious, sakes alive, look who's turning 45! Happy Birthday Annette Grubb Foster! Real Estate FOR LEASE: New building with 1500 square feet, on Hwy. 64 west. 704-492-5336._________________ FOR RENT: 2 buildings. 1 approx­ imately 300 sq. ft. Good location for beauty or barber shop, florist or office. Air condition and heat. Other building approximately 1,000 sq. ft. Located Hwy. 801 and Farmington crossroad. Good location for garden supplies, maintenance shop or storage. 998-4141._____________________ Very nice buildin,g for rent. 1,000 sq. ft. 919-998-5044. AUTO REMOVER Man will buy junk cars, trucks and bat­ teries for cash. Will also remove trash from around your home. Call 704-634-3256 anytime. Advance Small Engine Service Peoples Creek Road, Advance 919-998-6354 All types of 2-cycle & 4-cycle Lawn Mowers, Chain Saws, Tillers, Weedeaters, Leaf Blowers, Edgers, Go Carts, Mini-Bikes. Bicycles ALL SERVICE WARRANTED 1 YEAR Tune Ups, Engine Rebuild, Carb. Rebuild, Blades Sharpened and Balanced, Chains Sharpened. PICK-UP & DELIVERY AVAILABLE Open until 10:00 at night, 6 days a week BACKHOE SERVICE - Septic Systems, Any Backhoe Work. Miller & Sons Backhoe Service. 284-2826. BARFORD’S PIANO RE- BUILDING....Self players, pump organs. 919-998-2789. BASIC CAR HAND WASH, $6.50; Wax Car Job, $30; Trucks, S40; Vans, $50. Special steam clean engine, $7.50. Black outs available. Located on 801 at Farmington crossroads. Look for Gulf Station. Walk-in or by appointments. 998-4141. BEST CARPENTRY,..Specializing in — SidingandDouble Replacement win­ dows, add-ons, decks, renovations. BEST PRICES AVAILABLE. FREE Estimates. 704-278-9648. BOGER'S KAR KLEEN 28 years experience in complete car, cleaning, wax, interior, motors. Call 998-3189 or 998-3159. Rt. 2 Mocksville. CARS CLEANED - HAND WAXED Reasonable rates. Call 634-J827 for an appointment. CLEANING SERVtoE Residential & Commercial Also Carpet & Window Cleaning Reasonable Rates - Free Estimates References Available 919-998-2273 ask for Layne 919-998-7249 ask for Cindi DURHAM HOME IMPROVEMENT Vinyl Siding, Rooling, Additions, Decks, Garages FREE ESTIMATES 284-2698. ______ Davie Concrete Flntohing Driveways, walks, patios, slabs, basements. Also dump truck service. Free estimates. Call Mlke 998-6469. Department Of The Interior Thom Rutter - Painting, Paper Hanging Work alone - no partner _________704-284^211_________ FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGE LOANS Debt Consolidation Home Improvement Loans For Any Worthwhito Purpose Fast Service Competitive Rates United Compeniee FinencM Corp. 1307 Ashleybrook Center Winston-Salem, NC 27103 919-6594123 FOR ALL TYPES OF FENONO Call J & R Fencing _________919-998-2130 _________ TREXLER S ROOFMQ New and Old Roofs 20 Years Experience Free Estimates 704-2844571 or 284-2096 HAULINQ-Sand, Gravel, Dirt, Muteh. Mltter * Son Backhoe Service_______2M-a>M ______^ Hauling • O eenk* Attics, Basements, Garages, Ete. _________Call 634-0446 Heating & Air Conditioning Repairs 24 Hour Service. David Griffin, Quali­ ty Heating & Cooling. 284^556-or 284-2959.___________________^ INCOME TAXES PREPARED By experienced person at reasonable rates. Call Gene Hendrix at 998-5845. INCOME TAX PREPARATK>N Reasonable Rates - Confidential Personal - Small Business Dorothy’s Tax Service _________919-766-7445_________ INCOME TAX SERVICE For fast, efficient, confidential service and reasonable rates call Peggy Joyner, 492-5559. Greenhill-Sanford Avenue area. LAWN MOWER REPAIR From minor work to complete overhaul. Pick-up & Delivery Service Call Bob Ellerbe 919-998-5490 LINK’S SEAMLESS OUTTERINO Richard Link - Owner Free Estimates 634-2947 or 634-3248 MASON ELECTRIC...New Installation & Repair. Mobile Home Hook-ups. Service changes. Keith Mason 998-5542. Osborne Electric Co. No job too large or small. Unlimited license. Over 20 years experience. Karl Osborne, owner 634-3398 REWARD for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person(s) responsible for the vandalism to the Clement Family Cemetery, U.S. 601 South. Contact Crimestoppers or Davie County Sheriff’s Department 634-1111 or 634-5547 Miller Building & Remodeling Co. " W e S p e c ia liz e In R e m o d e lin g W e s t-W e ld V in y l R e p la c e m e n t W in d o w s * Free Low-E Gfass * Home Improvements f . David Miller I W h ite 2 0 ) c i i r W a m i i i i Y Additions Kitchen & Baths Siding Storm Doors Tilts h'or l'lasy Cleaning! All work fully guaranteed Free E s tim a te s /R e fe re n c e s A vailab le Compare Uur Quality & Price Before You Buy M. David Miller Rt. 3, Box 200 Advance, N.C. 27006 Phone: (919) »»»-2140 a-io-nnN I)AVIE COUNTY KNTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 12, lf » - » P C T ^ R x n m t M jj j j j j j j j j j j j g j j g g g g g g j g g g g j pIWHIMPBMpffP -.i gjy5J3EnuHQHj j y 5 J 2 Q 7 5 Q 2 g j g E m p lo y m r n ttatewlde PAINTING, remodeling, home repairs Large or small. Free estimates James Miller 998-8340 Pece Seamless Spray One Coat Roof Renewal System. Save up to 75 per­ cent lhe cost ol replacement Over 30 years experience. Industrial rools on- ly. 704-637-7761._____________ Rod-Co Landscaping - Total Lawn Care Mowing, Planting, Reseeding Commerical & Residenlial Free Eslimales 704-284-4247 Leave Message Roollng, Remodeling & Repairs 18 years experience Call 634-0446 SAVE MONEY! COMPLETE CAR CARE Brakes, tune-up, spin-wheel balancing Boger Texaco Service 634-5924 SHERRILL FENCING We specialize in building and repairing all type fences. 919-998-9477 SILLS PAINTING Residential, Commercial, Industrial Free Estimates • References 634-5476, or 284-2228 after 5 p.m. STUMP GRINDING - No Yard Damage Miller & Sons Backhoe Service __________284-2826__________ TRIANGLE TREE SERVICE Landscaping. FREE estimates. 284-4446 or 998-3003. TMy>up Cleaning Service Homes & Businesses Weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, one-time. Free estimates. 284-4444. WINDOWS WELCOMED Spring & General Housecleaning ________1-704-636-7924________ Wented To Build Any Type Fencing Woven wire, barb wire, high tensile etc. Will provide materials and install split- rail. Accepting large jobs. 15 years experience. 919-359-8278. T ravel Join the Davie Co. AARP on a tour to Dollywood and Dixie Jam­ boree, April 30-May 2, Only $149. Call 998-3260 for information this week. Vehicles 21 F t Molor Home $5500. 704-284-4380 '7S Ford Ranger 150: Power steering, power brakes, air, CB. AM/FM cassette, radio. $2,395. 919-998-6246. '85 Chevrolet S-10: 4-speed, V-6, 97,000 miles. Very good condition. $2,850. Also '82 Datsun 200 SX, 5-speed, A/C. AM/FM, sun roof. Very good condition. $2900. 998-2341. 'U Chevy Spectrum: Hatchback, 43 mpg, AM/FM cassette, tinted win­ dows, real clean, 35,000 miles. $5,700. 704-634-7113__________ GOVERNMENT SEIZED and Surplus vehicles from S100,. Fords, Cheyys_, Corvettes, etc., in yourarea. For info call 1-602-842-1051 ext. A2269. SALISBURY MOTOR CO. Buick-Peugeot 700 W. Innes St.. Salisbury _________740-636-1341 WILL BUY JUNK CARS Quick Removal. 1-919-475-8701 Anytime 17 Plcco Watorloss Cookware: Surgicnl Stninloss Steel, no home demonstration, normally $999. Fac­ tory direct S2'!9.95 For lree brochure call 1-800-962-4227. A wonderful family experience. Australian, European, Scandinavian, Japanese High School Exchange Students arriving in August. Become a host family/American lntercullural Student Exchange. Call l-800-SIBLING.________________ BE YOUR OWN BOSS National manufacturer needs local per­ son to service 100 percent nalural juice route. Best one-man business ever. No selling. No overhead. Must have $14,400 secured 100 percent by inventory. $55,000 very possible first year. This could make you indepen­ dent. First time offer for details call 9am-9pm 1-800-633-1740. Become A Paralegal, Nationally Ac­ credited, Attorney Instructed, Home Study, Established 1976, Financial Aid, FREE Catalog. 1-800-669-2555, Southern Career Institute, Drawer 2158, Boca Raton, Florida 33437. Drlversl MTI Freight Systems, Inc. needs a lew good drivers. If you feel thal you are one ol the best call us today and see what we can offer you. 22-24 per mile, monthly bonuses, in­ surance available, new equipment, stop off and pick up pay, loading and unloading pay, paid vacation. No New York City runs, plus much more. Please call us for more information. MTI Freight Systems, Kennesaw, GA 1-800-526-4865. M-F 9-4. Entry level sports writer needed. 15,000 circulation daily. $240 week. Resume/work samples to Ric Gallagher, The Robesonian, PO Box 1028, Lumberton, NC 29359, 919-739-4322. GARDEN TILLERS: Rear-tine TROY- BILT Tillers at low, direct from factory prices. America's no. 1 garden tiller for quality and performance makes gardening easier and more suc­ cessful! For FREE catalog with prices, special SAVINGS now in ef­ fect, and a model guide, call TOLL FREE 1-800-453-1500, dept. 2, or write: TROY—BILT MFG. Dept. A2945C, 102nd Sl. 4 9th Ave., Troy, NY 12180.___________________ NEWS EDITOR: The Northhampton News, a weekly newspaper in Jackson, N.C. has immediate open­ ing for a news editor. Position re­ quires proven skills in all areas of community journalism. Send resume to: James Waller, General Manager, Park Newspapers, Inc., P.O. Box 1325, Ahoskie, NC 27910.~— --------------------------1----- OTR Drivers: 12 months experience, 23 years of age, drug testing re­ quired. Hornady Truck Line: Start 23-26 cents per mile, TARPA/acation pay, salety bonus, spouse passenger program. 1-800-343-7989. Physician’s Assistant needed for pro­ gressive orthodpedic practice, tx- * perience preferred, nol required. Competitive salary, moving ex­ penses. Send resume: Scotland Or­ thopedics, 1604 Medical Drive, Laurinburg, NC 28352. -Train-to-be-a-professtonaMruck— driver. Earn $18,000-$25,000 to start. Begin April 30. Low cost $136.50 for in-state residents. N.C.’s oldest and largest public truck driving training school. Quality instruction. Three locations. Smithfield, Ahoskie, Mur­ phy. Apply now. Johnston Communi- lyCollege, Box 2350, Smithfield, NC 27577. Phone 919-934-3051. 5 ACRES (plus 919-998-0870. minus). ANTIQUES on consignment lor new shop on 801. Call Faye Morgan,, 919-998-6288 lor 919-766-7955 WANTED - YARDS TO MOW Call 704-284-2216 Before 9:30 a.m . After 5:30 p.m. HEfi33EnES23IH ACTION VIDEO: Now hiring managers and full time employees. Good pay and benefits Apply in person at: Yadkin Plaza, Yadkinville. 704-679-7253 or Statesville Blvd. Salisbury. 704-636-9493. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF NURSING Are you a leader and interested in a progressive healthcare setting where your expertise may be utilized toward quality patient care? Make an ap­ pointment today to talk with Henreit- ta Tollardy, DON, 704-637-5885. Autumn Care Of Salisbury, 1705 Bringle Ferry Road, Salisbury, NC,28144.____________________ AREA SUPERVISOR: To hire and train House Of Lloyd demonstrators. Home decor and gift line. Top pay plus bonuses! Call Andrea Cornatzer, District Manager, 919-998-2052. Administrative Assistant/Clerk To The Board Davie County Distinguishing Features of the Position An employee In this position assists the County Manager in carrying out ad­ ministrative functions pertaining to the Davie County Board of Commis­ sioners. Duties reflect research, analytical and public contact skills. Work is employed under the general supervision of the County Manager. Examples of Work Prepares agenda, agenda packets for the Board of County Commissioners’ meetings; notifies the Commis­ sioners, appropriate County staff, the news media and other interested par­ ties of the date and time of the Com­ missioners' meetings: takes notes, records minutes, transcribes and logs minutes into minute book and main­ tains Board records for public ex­ amination. Records and files resolu­ tions, petitions, conlracls, and other legal documents pertaining to Coun­ ty Government. Maintains an or­ dinance book separate from a minutes book. Attends meetings, hearings, or conferences as a partici­ pant or as staff. Administers assign­ ed special, recurring or regular pro­ jects; completes reports as needed. Performs related work as required. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Considerable knowledge of modern of­ fice practices and procedures. Skill in organizing work flow and coor­ dinating activities. Ability to research program documents and narrative materials and to compile reports from information gathered. Ability to com­ municate effectively in oral and writ­ ten form. If you anf interested in being con­ sidered for this position, please con­ tact the Davie County Manager's of- ficce, 123 Soulh Main Street, Ad­ ministrative Building, Mocksville, NC 27028. Telephone 704-634-5513. Please submit resume and/or applica- ton" By"Aprr25",""1990:-------------------- EOE ATTENTION: Earn Money Watching TV! $32,000/year income potential. Details (1) 602-838-8885 Ext. TV-3131. ATTENTION: Earn Money Reading Booksl S32,000/year income poten­ tial Details. (1) 602-838-8885 Ext. Bk-3131. ATTENTION: Easy Work, Excellent Pay! Assemble products at home. Details. 1-602-838-8885 Ext. W-3131. ATTENTION: Hiring! Government jobs, your area. $17,840-$69,485. Call 1-602-838-8885 Ext. R-3131. ATTENTION: Postal Jobsl Start $11.41 /hourl For application info call (1) 602-838-8885, Ext. M-3131, 6am-10-m, 7 days. Act nowl Excellent wages! Spare lime assembly. Easy work at home. No ex­ perience. Call 1-504-641-7778 Ext. 3950. Open 24 hours, including Sunday. NATIONAL APPLIANCE Corporation now hiring sales & manager trainees to staff major retail & wholesale outlets. Opportunity $10-20 an hour to start, call 704-638-0421. COOK at Snook’s Barbeccue, Hwy. 158. Apply in person. 8 hours day, $6.50 hour. Dental Hygenlst: Looking Ior a con- cientlous and cooperative hygenist to replace our retiring hygenist. Ex­ cellent pay, 2 or 3 days a week. Res­ pond to PMD, PO Box 802, Mocksville, NC 27028. EASY WORKI EXCELLENT PAY! ASSEMBLE PRODUCTS AT HOME. CALL FOR INFORMATION. 504-641-8003 EXT. 8645 Earn money at home stuffing envelopes. Send a self addressed stamped envelope to: SEMA, Box 1179, Dallas, GA 30132. Experienced Cook: 1st shift. Apply in person to Miller’s Resturant, Intersec­ tion Hwy. 64 & 601. Hairstylist: Wanted to manage local new hair salon Call 919-766-8445 Thursday-Saturday, 919-998-5364 anytime. BUILDING MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN Second Shift The Lee Company is seeking a building maintenance technician with a minimum of 2 years experience In electricalAindustrial maintenance at its Mocksville Distribution Center.- In­ dustrial mechanical maintenance, pneumatics, hydraulics and welding a plus. Send resume and salary history, in confidence, to: THE LEE COMPANY Dept. M P.O. Box 878 Mocksville, NC 27028 EOE __________________PO KC-09903 NEEDED: Office, pool and housekeep­ ing staff. Apply in person at Lake Myers Campground. 704-492-7736. NEEDED: Someone to live in home and care for elderly gentleman. Call 919-998-8261 or 919-998-2214 after 5 p.m. Now hlring RN's, LPN'a, CNA’a. Flexible houra, benefits available. Sunwood Medical, StateavHla 704-872-9499.________________ OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSE: Full time position in expanding, In­ novative program. Must be R.N. with current N.C. license. 1-2 years adult patient care experience in an acute care setting. Industrial nursing ex­ perience preferred. Some travel. Con­ tact Janice McDaniel, Davie County Hospital, Mocksville. 704-634-8100. _______________________PO-6942 RN CASE MANAGER: Full time salaried position for RN case manager with CAP program, in-home coordination of Davie County’s com­ munity program for elderly and disabled adults. Requires current RN license, N.C. Driver’s License. BSN home health or LTC experience preferred. Contact Janice McDaniel, Davie County Hospital, Mocksville, NC. 704-634^100. PO-6942 POSTAL SERVICE Jobt. Salary to $65K. Nationwide. Entry level peti­ tions. Call 1.805-687-6000 E*t. P-5720._______________________ POULTRY CUTTERS: Apply from M . M-F. 1590 Williams Road, Lewisvttte, N.C., Joyce Foods, Inc. Part-time Cook, 8:30 am-2 pm. Part- time infant room in afternoon, 2-5:30 pm. Prefer older, mature person. 704-634-0268. SUMMER EMPLOYMENT: Full and part-time. Male and femato youth counselors, lifeguards, and asaMant day camp director positions avatabte. Apply at Davie Family YMCA, room 211, Brock Building. CaM6344*346kir more Information. SURGICAL TECHNKIAN: newM^tf Davie County HospHal. ftoqufcM completion of accredited programtar Surgical Technicians and CPfli CW- tification. Contact Ann StWer, O.O.N. 704-634^100. _________________P M W Staff poeWons for Summw YouNl Work Experience Project of the Job Training Partnership Act • MHt around May 1 andendaroundAuffNt 31, 1990 - $5.63-96.53 hourty • 40 hours weeWy Monday through Friday - College Degree or equivstant wortt experience - contact YVEDOt,P.O. Box 309, BoonviMe, NC 27011 • Telephone 919<M7-72S1 - E06. WAITRESSES: good pay, ffrxWe hours. Must be honwt, depwdebto and smiling. Appty in perwn toOr9- cian House Awtrauram, Oemmow, 2 4 p.m.____________________^_ WARO SECRETARY neededatOaw<e County Hospital on seoond shMl. Fui time position. Successful candkfcte supports nursing swvtoee by perfor­ ming variety of organlzaHonal,, clerical and communtea#on func* tions. High school dipkxna requft*d. Basic computer, typing and medteal terminology skills prefarrtf. Conteet Ann Stiller, D.O.N. 704434410i; p o * m Yadkin Valley Economic Development D istrict, Inc. 1» looking for Youth 16-21 who • Dropped out of school •Need work experience training to develop basic employment skills and a work reference ' •Need assistance In finding a job • Reside In Davie and Stokes Counties Qualifying Youth will be provided: •s3.*° per hour • Reimbursement of transportation costs up to »3000 per week • Up to s35°° for child care assistance •An assessment of vocational skills • Personal and employment counseling • Assistance in finding a permanent job For further Information or to complete an applications, contact Nat Venn­ ing at the phone number in your County: Davie County: 704-634-2187, Stokes County: 919-593-8185 We Are An Equal Opportunity Employer and Services Provider. ------------------------ 4-5-4tn Yard Sale Signs Available At The D a v ie - C o u n t y E n t e r p r is e R e c o r d MAIN STREET CONVENIENCE SHOP Phone 634-2111 NEW ARllVALS *Country4unnies •Patch Bears •Video fiames SAVE ON PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Need honest and dependable men and women for part-time custodial work (approximately 15 hours weekly) in Mocksville. Ideal jobs for ac­ tive retired citizens or ambitious individuals who need additional income. MUST BE MATURE INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE WORTHY OF MORE THAN MINIMUM WAGES. Call Calvin ljames at 492-5198 Between 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Monday-Friday 4-S-itn A Homemiker*s Dream! WE’RE BACK AND BETTER THAN EVER!! Christmas Around the World is now hiring area supervisors for the 1990 season. Work from your home, weekly paycheck, bonus trips, FREE training and sample kit. NO INVESTMENT! Call (collect or direct) (919) 368-5696 or Write: , Diane Cooke, Rt. 1, Box 168 £ Pilot Mountain, NC 27041 J For Fun and Adventure Get A Job At Gantt Personnel PUN AND ADVENTURE<l>A<Wa * *iW ^ t>>>W W lANTT f(Bw:cim , i i ' t9 0 -B N . M iln S t. H * t e n C . G M t M o c k s v ille . N .C . 2 7 0 2 1 (7 0 4 ) 6 3 4 ^ A N T LET US TEMPT YOU! &ilk Flowers ^ From.......................lft< N ^ .— tBalloons; X M U M E F R E E 2 Liter Drinks y S S * Everyday f ^Cards tk Candy pp To XA Off CopkM While V You 8hop \ Jbaskets And Qwnamon Broome i ■ i■ i • ti l i M iood Pay •Flexible Work Schedule •Good Working Conditions •Benefit Package Opportunities For Short Term, Long Term And Temp To Full Time Work Clerical Work - Data Entry, 10 Key, Typist And Receptionist Work •Light Industrial - Light Assembly, Construc­ tion, Production, Food Service And More. ________(Some Work Requires Local Travel)_________ Call Today For More Information6riffifl Temporaries A P*r$onn*/ strvlca *3 4 *1 7 9 70*24*3021, Lexinglon 704*37-2176 Salisbury EOE 3 t * » * * * * A * * * « * * * * » * « * * » * « * * « * * A A * * * * * * » » j SARA LEE KNIT PRODUCTS Sara Lee Knit Products (Hanes) is hiring full­ time and summer workers for our Distribu­ tion Centers in Clemmons and Advance. Full-time Order Assembler and Material Handler positions are available on 2nd shift. Also taking applications for student sum­ mer jobs. Sara Lee Knit Products offers an excellent benefits package for full-time employees in­ cluding medical and dental insurance, profit sharing, vacation, etc. Applications will be accepted Wednesday & Thursday from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm at the Distribution Center on Cornatzer Road* Equal Opportunity Employer - m/f/v/h T 4-tMtn*i^ '" t I2D—DAVIK COUNTY KNTKKPKISK RKC()RI), TIIURSI)AY, April 12, 1990 District Court OwT*y*ns Thc following court c;iscs were disposed of during Davie District Court on April 5. Presiding was Judge William Ijames. Prosecuting was James Honeycutt, assistant district attorney. — Stephanie Ahdon. damage to personal property, sentenced to 30 days suspended for one year, pay court eosts, perform 10 hours of community service, make restitution. — Michael Ray Atkins, expired driver’s license, prayer for judg­ ment continued on payment of court costs. — Mark Andrew Beaver, failure to stop for a stop sign, prayer for judgment continued on payment of court costs. — John Wayne Bernard, driving without registration, pay S10 fine and court costs; driving without liability insurance, dismissed. — Elizabeth B. Brogdon. driv­ ing 60 tnph in a 45 mph zone, reduced by DA to improper equip­ ment, pay court costs. — Vickie Ann Buchanan, two counts of driving without in­ surance, expired registration, pay $50 fine and court costs. — Chris Allen Catlison, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to improper equipment, pay court costs. — Oscar Brady Cook, failure to reduce speed, dismissed. — James F. Cothrcn, expired driver's license, dismissed. •— Herbert L. Dutoit. driving 60 mph in a 45 inph zone, reduced by DA to improper equipment, pay court costs. — Jennifer Jalay Fox, driving 79 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to improper equipment, pay court costs. — Misty Dawn Griffin, damage to personal property, sentenced to 30 days suspended for one year, pay court costs, perform 10 hours of community service, make restitution. — Tammy Griflm. damage to personal property, sentenced to 30 days suspended for one year, pay ....court costs, perform 10 hours of community service, make restitution. — Claude Albert Gaylor. misde­ meanor possession of a vehicle — with an altered serial number, sentenced to 10days suspended for one year, pay $25 fine and court costs, given 10 days to correct the serial number on the vehicle. — Governor Todd Hall, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to improper equipment, pay court costs. — Corey Eugene Hill, driving 89 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to driving 74 mph in a 65 mph zone, pay $10 finc and court costs. — Aimee Michelle Hooven. un­ safe traffic movement, dismissed. — Tammy Howell, simple assault, dismissed. — Torre Jones, damage to per­ sonal property, dismissed. — Amy Amanda Long, driving 79 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to improper equipment, pay court costs. — James Jarret Maynard, reckless driving, reduced by DA to unsafe traffic movement, pay $10 fine and court costs. — Timothy Rob McCormick, abandonment of a dependent spouse, dismissed. — Beverly C. Nasser, DWI (Breathalyzer results .01), found not guilty. — David Bruce Osborne, possession of less than 'A ounce of marijuana, sentenced to 30 days suspended for one year, pay court costs, continue with the Narcotics Anonymous program; possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed. — Ryan Raymond Osborne, reckless driving, reduced by DA to unsafe traffic movement, pay $10 fine and court costs. — Sylvia E. Parks, worthless check, sentenced to 30 days .suspended for one year, pay $10 fine and court costs, make ,raptUution. ; — Phyllis Patterson, driving 77 *pfr h» 65 mph zone, reduced by DAK>MCMdug e safe speed, . prey* ferjudgmem continued on '>^MMfcrt afcourt coca. ^ ^ W W « g m k J r . e*- — Robert V. Shelton, driving 89 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to 74 mph in a 65 mph /.one. prayer for judgment continued on payment of court costs. — Mickey Diiainc Sikes, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to improperequipment. pay court costs. — Cynthia Steelman. com­ municating threats, prayer for judgment continued; larceny, dismissed. — Keith Steelman. com­ municating threats, prayer for judgment continued. — Vernon Jerald Tyler, driving while license revoked, reduced by DA to driving without a license, pay $100 fine and court costs. — George Dicky, failure to stop for a stop sign, prayer forjtidgmcnt continued on payment of coiirt costs. — David Eubanks, driving 93 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to careless and reckless driv­ ing, pay $50 fine and court costs. — Lester Chambers, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to improper equipment, pay court costs; expired_license plate, dismissed. — Roger Robbins, driving 85 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to 74 mph in a 65 mph zone, pay $25 fine and court costs. Kallvd To Appear The following people failed to appear for their scheduled court date. — Eugene Gray Brewer, driving 49 mph in a 35 mph zone. — Donald B, Clement, driving without vehicle insurance. — Leah R. Clement, worthless check. — John G. Clugh, driving 67 mph in a 55 mph zone. — Robert James Cody, second degree trespassing. — Donald Gene English, driv­ ing without a driver's license. — Michael T. Fitzpatrick, driv­ ing 76 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Ashley Denise Furr, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Timothy Ray Green, first degree trespassing, damage to real property, damage to personal property. — Paul Weslcy Hemphill, un­ safe traffic movement. — Marcus M. Hudson, larceny. — James Henry Myers, two counts of probation xjolation. — Jerome Rice Jr., driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Thomas F. Stephens, driving 77 mph in a 65 mph zone. — James William Taylor, driv­ ing 79 mph in a 65 mph zone. Trials Waived The following people waived their right to a trial and paid their fines early. — Debbie Stringer Dulin. ex­ pired driver's license. — Kimberly R. Eldridge. unsafe traffic movement. — Andrea A. Hairston, driving 79 mph in a 65 mph zone, — Tonya Rene Hiatt, driving 67 mph in a 55 mph zone. — Holly Beth Lange, driving 77 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Robert Edwin Lewis, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone. — David Keith McQueen, driv­ ing 79 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Valeria Poag, worthless check. — Crystal Serfass, worthless check. — Robert Arnold Shaver, failure to reduce speed. — James M. Link, failure to stop at a stop sign. — Christopher Lee Thompson, driving 75 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Wayne Leroy Rauch, driving 79 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Loy Garza, driving without a driver’s license. — HughJ. Elliott, two counts of worthless checks. — Tyrone B. Keith, driving 76 mph in a 65 mph zone. — James Gilbert Simonin, driv­ ing 69 mph in a 55 mph zone. — Terrie W. Hooks, driving 80 mph in a 65 tnph zone. — Helen Mcllwain Fletcher, driving 78 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Gregory Scott Wisecarver. driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — John Franklin Lcmly Jr., im­ proper passing. — Doris McDonald Barr, driv­ ing 78 mph in a 65 mph zone. — James Paul McGee, driving 80 mph in a 65. — Jcffie Williams, driving 50 mph in a 35 mph zone. — Alvin W. Groce, unsafe traf­ fic movement. — Terry Wayne Hoskins, driv­ ing 79 mph in a 65 mph zone. . — Laura Jane Cartner, inspec­ tion violation. — John G. Clugh, driving 67 mph in a 55 mph zone. Token* Center 1380 - Hwy. 601 NorthMini Golf & Games 634-4692 O p e n F o r S p rin g B re a k M o n d a y -F r id a y * . 4 :0 0 to 8 :0 0 p .m . r ^ ^ j ^ i Next Week Only C^____j| Then We Will Return to Reg. Schedule Friday, Saturday and Sunday ,;..:: !... 'f c - Vote MAXINE BOGER Republican Candidate ForClerk Of Court Your vote for me will be a vote for organizational and personal skills which are so essential to properly adminMer the offtee of the Clerk of Court. Your help will be deeply appreciated. Paid For By Ma*tne Bog*r Keep Judge William l|ames As A District Court Judge Experience Counts VO TE X IJames •~VH I Only candidate in primary with experience as a Judge. An attorney in Davie County for 18 years. Graduate of Davie County High School and Wake Forest Univeretty undergraduate and law school Viet Nam veteran with 312th Evacuation Hospital. Married to the former Gail Koontz. ^ Two daughters, Amy age 16 and Abby age 12. Active Democrat for years having served as Democratic chairman Vice-Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, Precinct Chairman, among many other offices. May 8th - Democratic Primary Paid (or by l{ames for Judge Campaign, Lynne Hlcks, Tr«awrar DAVIE DESERVES D IR E C TIO N D E C IS IO N S D E D IC A T IO N t ' q % V . DESNOYERS i Republican Candidate for Davie County Commissioner ConwntW— - Dan Desnoyeri, Treasurer $ .& & $ '*■ i Index P u b lic R e c o rd s 6 D is tric t C o u rt 9 W e d d in g s 10-12 O b itu a rie s 15 Weekend Weather: Fair, P. B tl S p o rts B1-B8 C alvin & H o b b e s 86 S c h o o l N e w s B9 D a v ie D a te lin e B12 Man on 3-Wheeler Facing Charges: Details, P.7•fttrJ$fchik-Mw?Ti:r;>i>i!;,rW.^vWAtif^H'® Helping The Hospital Auxiliary Car, Truck Show Is Sunday: Details P. 16 D A VIE C O U N T Y n< E N T E R P R I/E R E C O R D 32 PAGESmVRSI)AY. April IV. l'>'>0USPS 149-160 D avie Eyed For H azard o u s W a s te P la n t By Kathy D. Chaffin Davie County Enterprise-Record Davic is one o f l 6 counties in North Carolina being considered tor a state hazardous waste disposal plant. “ I'm shocked," said County Com­ mission Chairman R.C. Smith. “ It's just a sad situation that our name keeps cropping up on the list for these things." Sites in Davie arc also being con­ sidered for a U.S. Department of Energy temporary nuclcar disposal and a regional low-level radioactive disposal facility. *'Hopcfully, we can put enough pressure on to avoid it." Smith said ofthc proposed state hazardous waste plant. “ W e'll just use all of our resources to keep it out and hopefully w e'll be successful." Retired County Manager John Barber, who is working until replace­ ment Larry South arrives, said he can't zero in on what property is be­ ing considered. “ On the map. there are several dif­ ferent areas o f Davic County that would be under consideration," he said. “ That docs concern us like it does the other 16countics that arc be­ ing considered." Among the other counties being considered arc the five surrounding Davic: Rowan, Davidson. Iredell, Forsyth and Yadkin. The other I0are Alamance, Cabarrus, Durham, Gran­ ville, Guilford, Johnston, Mecklen­ burg, Orange, Randolph and Wake. A total of 672,530 acres in the 16 counties are bcing considered, accor­ ding to Marge Howell, public infor- Please See Davk — P. 4 Chit Chat ::1 ^c-i*'ivi lvy Stroud, 10, d au g h ter of D ew itt Stroud of H ar- of a pickup truck M o n d ay m orning w hile w aiting out- m ony and S hannon C an ter, 11, d au g h ter of W a y n e side d o cto rs’ offices in M ocksville. an d R o xie C a n te r of M ocksville p erched on the back — P hoto by Robin Fergusson Offices Violate Restrictions, Residents Say S u c c e s s fu l C am p aig n Davie Library Hires Architect For Expansion By M ik e B arnhardt Davie County Enterprise-Record Several Hillsdale property owners say an office complex bcing built behind the By-Lo is in violation ofdeed restrictions in the A rden V illa g e subdivision. Thcy took their plea to coun- tv commissioners M onday night, asking whether a building permit should have been issued for the complex, bcing con­ structed by Potts Investment Co. Bob Hord. spokesman for the residents, said deed restrictions specify that only homes arc allowed in that part of the sub­ division. Exceptions are allow­ ed when 100 percent ofthc pro­ perty owners sign a petition allowing a release ofthc restric­ tions. He said nowhere near that many property owners signed a release for the offices. Thc land was re-zoned to highway business, and thc of­ fices arc being constructcd, Hord said. “ W e can't slop the zoning because o f restrictive covenants, but the building per­ mit can be stopped,” Hord said. “ If this one can be walked across like that, this could hap­ pen anywhere." County Attorney John Brock said Davie County has no authority to enforce deed restrictions. Although the coun­ ty adopts zoning regulations for land, the regulations do not override the deed restrictions, Brock said. Brock said 100 percent of property owners signing a release isn’t always necessary. Hc wasn't sure if that applied for the Arden Village case. Brock also plans to look into whether a building permit could be withheld or revoked because thc construction would be in violation in restrictive covenants. Brock is going to investigate the matter, and report to coun­ ty commissioners at thcir 1 p.m. meeting May 7. when thcy plan to make a decision. Brock said the county has no authority to stop construction. Hc suggested the residents take civil action auainst the builders. By Kathy 1). Chaffin Davie County Enterprise-Record Davic Public Library trustees have hired an architect to design the planned addition and renovation to the 24-year-old facility. Paul Briggs of Briggs and Mathews Architects of Lex­ ington will be doing the work, according to Ruth Hoyle, library director. The trustees heard from 10 architects who had cither read about the 500,000-square-foot jyfctitioo and renovation or were eferred by tithef8. Of those, aod a library building ! appointed in January " tepraenwives of ^ M .^ *g ff^ y T 5 r*y put from the building commit­ tee before selecting Briggs. “ We liked all of them ," she said, “ but the consensus was that he would be the one we would want to do th cjo b ." Briggs designed the Davidson County Public Library in Lex­ ington, which some of the trustees had visited, along with several school libraries. Briggs will be paid 8'Z: per­ cent of the total construction cost. Preliminary estimates call for the construction and renovation to cost about .$£56,000. *'W^jrg.. looking at another possmic $ 2 3 0 ,0 0 0 for the HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) system, electrical system and plumbing," Hoyle .said. “ Akrt of that has to do with how much of thc current duct work cah be used and that type of thing." So far. more than $500,000 has been raised for the project. That total includes individual contributions as well as a $50,000 state grant for library construction, $20,000 from the W oodson Foundation and $150,000 over the next three years pledged by both thc town of Mocksville and thc county of Davic. » Hoyle said thc campaign to raise thc money, headed up by . Elizabeth Martin, has becn suc­ cessful. “ Elizabeth has worked hard, and she is continuing to work because we want to make the library as nice as we possibly can and to serve needs for as long as possible.” The campaign has brought in contributions from a lot ol' dif­ ferent people. "There have becn a lot of dif­ ferent amounts," Hoylc said, “ but I think people giving what they’re able to means a whole lot to us. The organizations that have helped out means a lot. too. There’s been a lot o f in­ terest from thc different clubs and groups in the county." Trustees are continuing to seek contributions, but Hoyle said the fixnis w ill be shifted to foundations. Billie Hicks ofA d- vance, who does volunteer work at thc library, is prepar­ ing grant applications now. Among them is an application for either $100,000 or $150,000 ,> Mease See Library — P. 4 Hornet’s J.R. Reid Buzzes Through Davie — Almost J.R. Reid was driving his new Porsche through Davie County on April 7. He almost made it. N .C . Highway Patrol Tm opcr K.B. Steen c!ockcd the car at 77 mph in the 65 mph zone. Hc made the stop on M 0 ncar N .C . 801 and wrote Rcid, Charlotte Hornets’ center, a speeding ticket. « But thc story didn’t stop there. Stcen later learned that becau.se o f previous traffic cita­ tions, Reid’s driving privileges had becn revoked in North Carolina, said Patrol Line Sgt. M ikc Yelton. Reid told the trooper he had a currcnt Virginia driver’s license, A warrant was drawn charging Rcid with driving while license revoked, and it was served on Reid last Monday night in Charlotte, before thc team left for a Wednesday matchup with the Miami Heat. Rcid is scheduled to face the charges May 31 in Davie District Court. ■ -.v/Jv-'-■-.* ‘ ■' ' ;.' ',"-'<!jS'>'. *w ffl^ $ > V '*4 H : ,.,, .SW^^,vi;%;,;;;i..-.tit,t MaKJ*ytiW^- •>.';.V.i -'■'•.'.iJ' >-.v - I . 2—DAVlE COUNTY ENTKRI’RISK KlX'OKl), THURSDAY. April 19, 199» Editorial Hurricane Hugo’s Still Claiming Chainsaw Victims Remember when we sighed in relief that Hurricane Hugo didn’t claim any victims here? Trees were down, electrici­ ty was out, some homes were damaged. But injuries were hard to find. Not any more. Hugo has claimcd victims long aftcr the winds subsided. Several months ago a Clemmons man brokc his leg in a chainsaw accident. Cutting a Hugo trec. Last week, Randy M cDaniel o f M ocksvillc beeamc another victim . He was sawing a neighbor’s tree that had been felled by the storm. Something happened. A section o f the tree fell across his arm and leg. His pelvis was broken, and his arm bruised. But the leg was mangled. Reconstruc­ tive surgery w ill bc required. There are other accidents waiting to happen from Hugo trees. M any arc blown over. They look relatively harmless. But the chainsaw unleashes hidden tension in the wood. Legs and arms offer little resistance when limbs snap back or trunks recoil. I ’ve spent several afternoons sawing gingerly around a giganlic bccch trcc Hugo snapped over in the woods behind the house. M cD an iel’s accident touched a nerve. The screams o f pain reached thc ears o f his w ife and children. I heard the accident broadcast over the police scanner. Randy Jr., 9, was one o f my basketball players, and I went to the home. Several impressions: •Johnny Frye, head o f thc Emergency M edical Service, must have wings. It took him a minute to get there. •T h e fam ily, quite naturally, was distraught. Randy Jr. had rushed to his dad to try to help. He had been swept with the horror that his father might die. The scene was not one for curious bystanders. M ore than one man turned away. Imagine the impact it had on the boy. •A n d Andy Stokcs. The form er highway patrolman did more than any o f us could for the son. Some told him his Daddy would bc all right, but he knew better. He had seen. But Stokes described thc injuries to thc boy. Daddy’s hurt, but he's not going to die. M eanw hile, the paramedics and rescue squad were carry­ ing his father out o f thc wjjods. T w o IV s were already at­ tached to prevent him from lapsing into shock. The in­ juries were very serious. Andy Stokes picked up the boy and carried him 50 yards to the ambulance. And there for a very brief moment, both son and daughter spoke to their dad. Badly hurt, yes. But a worshipful son and daughter were finally convinced it wasn't the cnd of their world. Recovery w ill bc slow and painful. For some reason, my big trec no longer ranks as a priority. I don’t need any more firewood. Dwight S p a r k s E’v/' DAVIE C O U N T VENTERPRI/E^jtECORD USPS 149-160 124 South Main Street Mocksville. 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SportsEditor Becky Snyder................Advertising Director Mocksville Davie Cooleemee Enterprise Record Journal 1916-1958 1899-1958 1901-1971 Second Class Postage Paid ln Mocksville, NC 27028 Subscription Rutes Single Copy, 50 cents / $18.00 per year in North Carolina ,$22.50peryearoutsideNorthCarolinu POSTMASTER u & ^ jM aMNM c t a p to Qwfe County Enterprise-Record ^;:V-'i,:''. :'- ■ . **Q, Wm SiS, MocbvUk, NC 27028 " ^ -^ i> .V i^ 'i:.;V ^ . ■■■.■" : • S' u ^ . u . : . , . , ^^;'F"i<:'vi;"-KF! :■; & * v m jgf^^V»*«gf^| Clive 1‘iirclvw Route 8, I.exin^ton ‘No. I've l>ecn asked to l)wight Taylor Waller Hill Nina McBHde Route 5, Mocksville Clemmons Farmington Road “Yes. I wouldn’t bcableto “ Yes,—1 _suppose. It “1 wouMn’t beaMW 1 fcOTt I when I get my license. I useitandlwouldhopcso- wouldn’tbeanygoodtome a k>t of heaNh pmhHw I ] might i( it was a member of meone else would.” after I’m gone.” am a diabetk. Bat, M*s B my family and I eould help." good idea. You’re gone iM _ . , ,, _ you don’t know it anyway.”Sidewalk Survey: Would You Consider Being An Organ Donor? L l' ; w / * 7 f c * .i*tiL'>>rft:-'V m ^ .v: m George Spicer Winston-Salem “Yeh, I would consider it. Edith Keaton Terry Spillman Wyo Road, Mocksville Farmington “Not me. I’m seared ofall “I’m not signed up for it of it. It would have to be a but 1 would be willing to.” It’s a good idea, family member right there close.” Letters Hattie Wood Farmington Road “I’d have to think about that. It just never crossed my mind.” V. . Cromer’s Actions Dirty And Unfair To the editor: I am writing this letter to voice my support ofJaek W ard can­ didate for N .C . House of Representatives, 37th District. I"m very upset with the way he is being treated by Charles Crom er and some others in the Republican Party. M r. Ward has worked hard for thc Davie County School System. He has touched many lives of thc people of Davie County. 1 for one w ill not stand back and let Charles Cromcr attack M r. Ward the way he has. 1 think M r. Cromer should stay neutral on the M ay 8 primary, but instead he isendorsingJerry Dockham. 1 think ifM r. Dockham wanted a seat in the House o f Representatives, hc should have paid his filing fee and campaigned like the rcst. It looks like M r. Crom er doesn"t want M r. Ward to run for the House ofRcpresentatives and mcss up his plans to hand pick his own personal favorite. M r. Dockham works for Nationwide Insurance Company. This means if appointed a major insurance company will have one of thcir employees in Raleigh. 1 don’t think the people o f Davidson, Davie and lredell coun­ ties w ill want this. As chairman o f lhc Davidson County Republican Party, M r. Dockham can nominate and vote for h im sclfifM r. Cromcr wins. I hope the members o f thc Republican Party in the 37th District can see how M r. Cromcr is playing dirty and unfair. If it comes to the vice chairman o f Davidson County, chair­ man and vice chairman o f Davie and Iredell counties to appoint someone to the State House, I hope it would bc the fourth place person in thc May 8 primary, not someone that M r. Cromcr hand-picks. 1 have worked, supported and done what I thought was right for the Republican Party for 27 years. I have seen more ill feel­ ings between party members because o f what M r. Cromer has done to M r. W ard than at any other time before. M r. Cromci', 1 hope you are happy with what you have done, because I don’t believe many other people in the 37th District are. To the Republican Party of Davidson, Davie and Iredell coun­ ties — let's elect Julia Howard, Joe Hege and Jaek W ard to thc 37th Dislrict, N.C. House of Representatives.' ' - '-. 7 . ')> ' :'' '1 I have talked to M r. W ard several times and hc is very sorry for what has happened. I know he w ill do a greatjob for us all — Republicans and Democrats o f the 37th District. M ay God bless you, M r. W ard, for all you have done over the years and what M r. Crom cr has put you through. You have my full support in thc M ay 8 primary. W illiam H. Blackwelder Jr Route 1, Mocksville Paper Costs Too Much To thc editor: I ’m conl"used and would like to bc straightened out. (You women can forget it, tlutt’s not what I meant.) I can buy a Winston-Salem Journal for 25c. I can buy an Asheville paper for 25C. I can buy .I Salisbuiy Post for 25C. How is it that Enterprise management has thenerve to ask 50C for their papcr. Do I nced to start a paper in Davie County'.’ Delmar McDaniel Mocksville Letters Are Welcomed I he h.nti'iprisc-Ki'cortl welcomes letters lVoin its^eaders. Thc letters may he on topics ol local, stale, national or international issues. An effort will be made to print all letters provided they are not libelous, vulgar or in poor taste. The editor reserves the rigln to edit letters for grammar and for space. All letters should include the name and address ofthe writer, including a signature. A telephone number is also requested to test thc lcgitamaey ol the letter. The telephone number will not be published. Please have letters in the Enterprise-Record officc by 5 p.m. ■ Monday of the week to be published. DAVlE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, ApHI 19, \ Environment Should Be Protected On Local Level Rcmcmbcr thc hippies? Those shaggy hairetl. ilope smoking psychadclic phenomenons ol'the late l%Os may havc given us more than had drugs and cosmic gurus. They gave us a conscience about things around us. Barhara Mandrcll says she was country before country was even cool. The hippies were pro-environment before environmentalists were even cool. Hcaded by a group of “earthy" Californians (Where else?), they began promoting protection of the environment. Twenty-two ycars later, the idea has ---------------------- finally caught on. It's about time. Now, M ik e everyone from school children to hippies to B a m h a rd t governments and industries are promoting Earth Day this Sunday — an clTort to raise our consciousness about thc environment — and how we can protcct it for future generations. Thc best way to protect anything is on thc local level. Dayic County already has begun accepting recyclable materials (cardboard, newspapers, glass, aluminum and othcr soft drink cans, and metals) at the county landfill. By and large, those recycling bins remain empty. It's up to us to take advantage of thc frcc service. It is hard to replace the throw-away mentality in our society, but it can be done. It must be done if we arc to prevent thc United States — to prevent Davic County — from becoming a hugc garbage pile. And garbage belongs in landfills, not scattered in dumps along the sides of roads or piled in a gullcy behind the house. There was a telephone call from a Davie resident a couple of months ago. They were upset with open garbage pits bcsidc a hoine off N.C. 801 between Greasy Corner and Fork. “ I spent the whole morning picking up garbage people have thrown along thc road," they said. “And we're not the only ones. There has always been an ongoing problem. I think Davie County could do a better job of policing themselves. The newspaper, government and the citizens ... on a community basis, people nced to take an interest and not ignore these things and tell their neighbors you shouldn’t do this.” Wc shouldn’t need California hippies to tell us what’s right and what’s wrong. We shouldn't havc to be begged to participated in recycling programs. We're smarter than that. right? We know how to protcct our environment, right? Unfortunately, that's not right. Although groups which have adopted a section of Davie County roads, vowing to clean litter from the roadsides regularly, need commending, therc are twice as many who carelessly throw trash out the car window who need punishing. Although our county commissioners and staff need to be commended for setting up a recycling program and making it a frcc, easy-to-use service, the residents who continuc to throw away recyclable items becausc they arc too much trouble to separate from other garbage need to bc made to live at thc county dump. SUMMER Have Your Car Serviced Now! F ""Z7Il | Alignment 2 8 * | 4 Wheel *3 8 °° | | ~fyG eeA*u«ek | I W 5 j ^ B I l j^ t o u p o n Valid Thiu 4-30-90 Clip These Coupons Tun*Up Special 4C y,.*4340 . AdditionaU*mt%/ I Parts 2 5 % on I jh G o o krtm k |flg5jgr" Coupon Vo/<d Thru 4-30-90 eiol I I Trans Service | 10 | | 8 $28°° Labor |I I I .8 $ 2 8 ° ° Labor 2 5 % Off Parts | ^tU.G wJ jjn u * k | Coupon i\t !! X 11 A ,\ t\l C h w iv 'lv t ltu Although our schools nced to bc commended for upgrading environmental education, including stressing thc need for recycling, thc parents at home who continuc to shun the recycling idea need to be sent to thc principal’s office. Forget the hippies. Forget Earth Day. Forget the militant environments. Drive over lhe South Yadkin River on U.S. 601 and look downstream or upstream at thc trees hanging ‘ over thc water. Listen to the rippling water, thc crickets and bugs. Enjoy the view. Then imagine foam cups, plastic drink bottles and cans floating down thc river aniid a slimy, black sludge. Which view would you prefer? It's up to you as to which view that will be. Davie History % m m ., iio.;..$^vH m m , *:* P t i i f This photograph was taken at a "quilting party” at the hom e of Mrs. Jennie Smith in the Redland community of Davie County. 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Timothy Mntliew D;illon, l8.i)f Route 7, Mocksville was treaied ;and released from Davie Couiily :"Hospilal afier lhc 5:30 p.m. acci­ dent near Main Church Rond. 7 A passenger, Tonya Olivia |Tatum, 17, of Milling Road. /IMocksvillc, was taken to Davie • ;County Hospital. She was not •injured. • . According to a report by N.C. •Highway Trooper D.R. McCoy, • Dalton was traveling east on U.S. 158 near Main Church Road when -he fell asleep and tlrove his car off lhc right shoulder of the road, drove the car back off the left shoulder of the road, and hit a dit- chbank, causing the car to overturn. ■ Dalton was charged with driving left of center. Damage to Dalton’s 1975 Toyota was estimated at $500. -3 !i|S y M ® s M A ® W " ^ f ' l ( V ^ -1 .: -: t#te= % W m W iW *& v$: ?fl ' I ¥v -'v ' i ;t f t : $ Davie On L i$ f For Hazardous W aste Facility D avie E M S w orkers check accident victim s Tonya T atu m and Tim othy M athew Dalton. — Photos by Robin Fergusson iM ■ v . i The driver of this car said he fell asleep, causing him to lose control of the car. It overturned off U .S. 158 near M ain Churct^Jtoad. Continued From P. 1 niaiion officer for the N.C. Hazar­ dous Waste Management Commission. “Wc don't have the acreages totalled up according to counties at this point," Howell said Monday. ‘‘We only have the total, and of course it ranges according to where it is. Some counties have just a sliverofland that is suitable for a facility, andothers havv more that is suitable." The minimum size of a suitable site is 350 acres, “It can be larger," Howell said, "but that is the minimum." The Commission, established by the General Assembly in May 1989, is charged with selecting two suitable sites by May I. After evaluating the two sites, the Com­ mission will designate one as a preferred site and one as an alter­ nate site around the first of July. Barber said Davie has been on guard for some time against con­ sideration for a hazardous, low- level nuclear and high-level nuclear waste facilities. "As far as the hazardous waste," he said, ‘‘I’m sure that I speak for my board of county com­ missioners when I say that we’re going to do and continue to do everything we possibly can to discourage those who are respon­ sible for selecting a site from look­ ing at Davie County. "I think we have valid reasons why it should not be in Davie County," Barhersaid. "No. I. wc are very close to a highly populated area, and No. 2. we"re on the Yadkin-Pee Dee Rivcr Basin, which is so vital not only to us, but all our ncighboring couniics. “No. 3,1 think the>c would be transportation problcms ifthis site was selected away froiri an in­ terstate. I’m talking about several miles off the interstate." \ Barber said he was certain Davic would join with Rowan and David­ son counties in lighting attempts to locate a hazardous waste disposal in any ofthe three. Representatives of the three counties earlier made a commitment to band togethcr tb light consideration of thc three for a regional low-level radioactiVe waste facility. i/.-^A The Hazardous Wastc Managt- mcnt Commission, in an ApriM0i. ;| letter to chairmen, county coriunis- sioncrs and county managers dftf* 16 counties undcr consideration, urges them to establish Siite Designation Review Committees as quickly as possible. , County commissioners, who itre scheduled to meet with the DiVk County Board of Education Mon­ day night in the county administra­ tion building, will discuss possiMe appointments to this committee. These committees would be eligible for technical assistance grants from the state to provide for their full participation in the Hazar­ dous Waslc Management Commis­ sion's site evaluation process. - According to the guidelines established by the Commission, fte committee should have II members, representing local government, environmental groups, engineering groups, pubtic interest, cmergency response groups, academic sector, heaMl groups and business ahd industry. Howell said public hearings wiU be held during the site selectk*l process, but not until after the May 1 selection of two suitable sites. Public hearings were scheduled beforehand in earlier attempts to locate a suitable site, during which the Moose heirs property near Cooleemee was among the sites be­ ing considered. The sites were later narrowed tti one in Rowan and one in David­ son, both of which launched massive opposition campaigns. A site in Lee County was later con­ sidered for thc disposal plant, but that too was rejected. Lee is not among the 16 now be­ ing considered. The proposed hazardous waste disposal plant would include in­ cineration, solvent distillalionand recovery and capacitics. residuals landfill Library Chooses Architect Continued From P. I from monies approved hy the Library Services and Construction Act. These federal grants arc ad­ ministered by the state libraries. ■ Hoyle said library officials have begun working with Briggs on schematic drawings for the expan­ sion/renovation. A public showing ofthe drawings will be held as soon as they're ready. Hoyle said library officials would like lo have the drawings by ihe end of May, though it may be June before they’re ready. "lt will just depend on what we run into," she said. "We'rejust in the preliminary stages right now, trying to get our ideas down." Hoyle said a projected timetable puts the ground-breaking for thc project in thc fall. 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He was asking that the hoard reduce his property value from $600 per acre because it is higher than the farm use value, and at the samc time change the way tax values of farm land is formed. He suggested that the board postpone any decision and study the farm use tax, and decide if it should be uscd to help save fami­ ly farms. Springer said thc state legislature in 1986 adopted regulations for putting values on farm properly, ba.scd on what the farm land can produce plus 9 percent. County Attorney John Brock said that Davie County will have to follow those rules when it re­ values property in 1994. “ Thc county has spent funds and citizens of the county have spent considerable time and effort to study land use managment and growth,” Springer said. Two ofthe recommendations of a recent Growth Management Task Force were to help save the fami­ ly farm and retain open spaces. ‘‘This is a golden opportunity for you to look into two of the major recommendations for land use planning in Davie County. The policy you set for the farm use tax is the key to whether it's the pro­ per vehicle for saving the family farm and creating open spaces," Springer said. "You, as the commissioners, have the opportunity of creating opcn spaces ... by following what the legislature has said." Springer said. “ Ifyou xvait. you"rv going to have trouble finding open spaces. " Brock said thc regulations for putting value on farm land were properly advertised in 1985, and any complaints should have been raised within 30 days from that date. Springer disagreed, saying an eight-year interval between possi­ ble complaints is too long. "1 don't think that will play with the state revenue people, with the state courts andl don't think it will play with you, he said. Commissioner Buddy Alexander asked why Springer had just brought a complaint before the board, when the same regulations had been used to compute tax value on his Point Farm land for the past four years. “ It has not been a problem of open spaces and family farms be­ ing driven out ofbusiness by over­ taxation." Springersaid. Underthe current formula, rich people will remain on farms and the ‘‘real farmers" will be driven out of business, he said. "It's coming and it's coming fast for Davie County," Springersaid. "The issues we're raising require long-range, thoughtful planning. I'm suggesting in putting it offthat we go through that long-range, thoughtful planning." Brock said the board ofequaliza- tion and review wasn’t authorized to make studies, bui decide on grievances on property tax valuations. Although the board adopted a resolution denying Springer’s re­ quest for lower property values, they seemed sympathetic with his cause. ‘‘I’m sympathetic with Mr. Springer’s point of view," Brock said. ‘‘We need to preserve and DIAL 911 For Emwrgeriey Flr», PoHet! protect the family farm in Davie County. It's not possible to use this case to do that." Board member Bvrt Bahnson said: "On the matter of legality. I lheinlcnlofiheslaleleuislalurcio Alter his initial request wasside with John (Brock). On the .........-......-.-r . matterofprinciple.Isidexvitliyou have farm land computed by its denied,Sprmgeraskedtheboard (Springer)." I'arm value. "You can't pay $600 «» study the farm use tax. Bahnson Bahnson. at an earlier meeting, an acre for pasture land. It's ago<xl sided wiih Springer, saying il was law and I think he s right. said that study was already in place by the task force, and the county planning board is scheduled to gd over the report next month to comc up with recommcndations for sav­ ing thc family farm and creating open spaces. "- * 5 G 5 5 S v''''.i.A' ;^,C:l S;;:v:, 5 Lbs. Or More Fresh Daily 75% Lean A ^ 4 O GROUND $1 '® BEEF Lb Jumbo Rack Chicken THI6MS S DRUMSTICKS... Lb. .6 9 a C Z 3 E 3 ! C Z l u Z 3 C 3 E 3 1 ■ o r a r a o a o » » ■ 1 1 » » I I Prteee to tMe e« tm i M m *m .April I I fln fcMiey, Apt tt, 4VH. Count,*>l Gfacf, 7 Pridt M^-^e A fl8fl^ m*sr25*«$ Lb. m . Smithfield BACON Fresh Green LB. - ASPARAGUS/ BUNCH - BROCCOLI Red Kipe 0 MAT0 ES Fresh Loin 0 r Rib LAMB CHOPS *4®»ib Fresh SirloinLAMB CHOPS$479Lb. Crisp CRUNCHY CELERY 'Stalk Fresh GREEN BEANS lb . 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N.C Monday Thru Saturday 8 am to 10 p Sunday 9 am to 9 pm - >■' r ;& i;*i" ' ' '.:>:-.4 - , *> 6-DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE REC()RI), THURSDAY, April 19, 1990\ Public Records V:;:«F^ *$]W'**jtffi''W 'jhrar'"Vy,*'#*^^-; y Sheriff’s Department Thc following incidents were reported to the Diivic C"<nmty Sheriffs Department. — Jatncs Michell Bailey of Route 2, Advance, reported April 10 the larceny of a chainsaw, with an estimated value ofS390, from a rcsidencc off U.S. 64 in Fork. — John Elliott Wooten of Route 3, Advance, reported April 11 so­ meone had cut the tires to his vehi­ cle parked at Advance Family Hair Marriages Snlnv_: in Advance. — Cecil l.vslic Lakey of Route 1. Mocksville. reported April 9 the breaking and entering of the Jericho-Hardison Ruritan Club building off Green Hill Road. — Eddie Lee Everhart of Route 2, Advance, reported April 15 the breaking, entering and larceny fromashedoffN.C. 801 ofa 1982 motorcycle, with an estimated value of $600. — Sue Brcwcr Couch of Route 7. Mocksville. reported April 14 the larceny from a residence off Turrcntine Church Road. — Michelle Neely Cannady of 102 Oak St., Cooleemee. reported April 15 the larceny of a battery, with an estimated value of $65, from a residence off Oak Street. — Robert Blackwclder of Route I, Mocksville, reported April 15 a larceny from Blackwelder Trading Post. N.C. 901 and U.S. 64. — Cynthia C. Phibbs of Route I. Mocksville, reported April II she was driving her car on Coun­ try Lane near Mocksville when an object hit thc windshield, causing an estimated SI 16 damage. — Tommy Lee Gobble of Route 3. Mocksville, reported April 11 the breaking, entering and larceny from a shed off No Creek Road. — Edward ChandlcrofRoute 7, Mocksville, reported April 10 so­ meone removed thc Ford emblem from a truck parked behind thc Brock Center in Mocksville. — Joseph Wayne Baker of Route 9, Mocksville, reported April 9 that someone pumped gasoline in­ to their vchiclo at Boney's Exxon, Fork, and drove away without paying. — Floyd Ervin Watkins ofBcn- ton reported April 9 thc larceny of hubcaps and end plugs, with a total estimated value of $17, from a vehicle parked at Western Steer, U.S. 601 and M0. — Judy Carolyn Reich of Route 3, Advance, reported April 9 a mailbox off Mocks Church Road had been damaged by a pickup truck. — Penny Dillard Campbell of Route 4, Mocksville, reponed April 9 thc larccny of a Chevrolet emblem from the grill of a car parked at Davie High School. The following have been issued marriage licenses by the Davie County Register of Deeds. — Raymond Lester Joyce, 69, ofMt. Airy, and Glenda Jane Pate, 46, of Route 6, Mocksville. — Joe Kent Caudle, 28, of Route I, Advance, and Saundra Virginia Jolly. 42. of Route 1. Advance. — Randy Wayne Gaddy, 27, of Route 2, Advance, and Sandra Leigh Foster, 25, of Route 2, ^ g n ^ T r a n s f e r s Advance. — Jerry Chris Slone, 25, of Ad­ vance, and Sherry Lynn Smith, 31, of Cedar Grove Church Road. — Clintonia Armstrong. 23, of Winston-Salem, and Mubeenah Peterson, 21, of 230 Rolling Hills Lane, Mocksville. — Ricky Aldene Greer. 36, of Route 2, Advance, and Bonita Ar- chalene Abdon, 32, of Route 2, Advance. — Wallacc Lee Reuter, 46, of Louisa. Ky. and Junetta Jean Mar­ tin, 37. of Louisa. Ky. — James Mitchell Link, 17, of Wall Street, Cooleemee, and Michelle Renee Poplin, 22, ofWall Street. Cooleemee. — John Michael Flynn, 38, of Route 1. Advance, and Elizabeth Brown Hooks, 35, of 320 Park Ave., Mocksville. — Lowell Dwayne Smith. 36, of Route 3, Mocksville, and Lesa Ann Reavis, 29, of 205 Dogwood Lane, Mocksville. — Robert Martin Holleman, 41, of 30 Main St.. Cooleemee, and Barbara Diane Parker, 39, of 30 Main St., Cooleemee. — Eric Thomas O’Ncal, 22, of Cooleemee and Audra Denise Whitehead, 23. of Cooleemee. — Darren Ray Ireland, 20, of Route 6, Mocksville, and Christy Lavada Hcllard, 19, of Route 2, Advance. — John Hugh Shelton. 65, of Route 8, Mocksville, and Mary Frances Sappenfield, 61, of Kannapolis. — Robert Glenn Bracken, 20, of Route 4, Mocksville, and Tammy Diane Snyder. 17. of Route 4, Mocksville. — Lynn Gordon McDonald, 37, of Winston-Salem, and Jennifer Diane Brock. 30. of Winston-Salem. — Michael James Sizemore, 31, of Cooleemee, and Sherry Lynne Harkcy, 26, of Cooleemee. — Jose Rodriguez Martinez. 53, ofCoolccmee. and Melvia Franccs While. 38. of Cooleemee. — Martin Todd Durham, 21, of Route 4, Mocksville, and Crystitf Robin Shipman, 27, of Route 9, Mocksville. -*Sanucl Gene Snyder, 19, of Lexington, and Carolina Johnson, 19. of Route 2, Advance. — Kevin Patrick King, 31, of Route 2, Mocksville, and Sandra West Carter, 35, of Route 2, Mocksville. — Tony Ulysses Wilson, 55, of Mocksville, and Alice Marie Davidson, 43, of Mocksville. Thc following land transfers have been filed with the Davie County register of deeds. The transactions are listed by parties involved, acreage, township, and deed stamps pur­ chased. with Sl representing $1,000 . — James F. Dudley and Lella Dudley to Jeffrey D. Dudley and Tammy L. Dudley, I tract. Shady Grove, $l. — James Ralph Carter and Margaret Carter to Johnny G. Carter, 2 tracts. Shady Grove. — Kay L. Carter to Johnny G. Carter. 1 tract. Shady Grove. — Alfred F. Coble and Rosa Lee M. Coble to Roger Spillman and Deborah A. Spillman, .924 acre, $50. — William Lester Riley and Louisa Bell Riley to Gary Leste^ Highwav Patrol Riley, 1 tract, Fulton, .50. — Dewey Foster and Rebecca Foster to Mitchell Foster and Bet­ ty T. Foster. I tract, Jerusalem, $8. — Advance Homes Inc. to Robert M. Potts and Betty B. Potts. 2 lots, Fulton. — Arthur C. Ratledge to Arthur C. Ratledge Jr. and Helen C. Ratledge, 2.5 acres, Clarksville. — Joan C. Thomas to Gary E. Kowalske, Constance O. Kowalske, Donald E. Abbott and Ruby C. Abbott, 1 tract. Fulton. $ 4 0 . — James H. Peace and Sharon P. Peace to Harrell Powell Jr.. 1 lot, Farmington,*$130. — Ronald C. Beard and Glenda K. Beard to Novaro Nichols and Jan Nichols. 6.226 acres, Jerusalem, $3.50. — Kenneth Ray Jewell to Anita Jewell Wood, 2 tracts, Clarksville. — James H. Thompson and Mary Thompson to Frcddic S. Cave and Sharon T. Cave, 1 tract. Clarksville. — Catherine B. Barnhardt and Clarence Barnhardt to Scott C. Shaver. 2.3 acres, Jerusalem, $45. — Ella Mae Plott to Barbara P. Clontz, Katherine Carter and Henry Lee Plott,_ .79 acre, Mocksville. — Sidney F. Hoots, John H. Hoots, Zeno D. Hoots Jr., Jewell P. Hoots, Kathleen H. Mcllhatten, Davfd W. Mcllhatten. I.mi Ella Hoots Angel, and Charles E. Angel to George P. Cook and Rebecca B. Cook, 11.8 acres. Shady Grove. $67.50. — Julie J. Carter to Ronald Keith Carter, 8 lots, 1 tract, Jetusalcm. — John K. Beauchamp to Earlie R. Beauchamp Jr. and Lorna M. Beauchamp. 1 tract, Shady Grove, $2. — Ronald Ray Gregory and Bet­ ty Linda Gregory to 7ohnny Ray Williams and Sadie Williams. 1 lot. $9.50. — E. Aurelia Wilson Lagle, William H. Lagle Jr. and Kerri Dee Wilson to E. Aurelia Wilson Lagle and William H. Lagle Jr., 2 tracts. Calahaln. — Evelyn C. Langford to Joseph W. Tucker Jr. and Debora B. Tucker. 1 tract. Farmington. $1. — Jolm H. Caudle, Rose T. Caudle, Glenn A. Caudle, Nancy A. Caudle and Evelyn C. Langford to Joseph W. Tucker Jr. and Debora B. Tucker. 2 tracts, Farmington. — Hubert R. Blackburn. Joe Snow, Dolly A. Blackburn, Cyn­ thia S. Beal, trustees of Grace Bap­ tist Tabernacle to Edward L. Boger, 1 tract, Farmington, $26. — Clifford Evans and Ollie Evans toJohn A. Spillman. 4 lots, Mocksville, $35. — Frank Fox and Marguerite Fox to Carl Henry Hunt Jr. and Martha E. Htint, 2 lots. — George W. McNeill and Dorothy J. McNeill to Eugene T. Kropfcldcr and Rosemary J. Kropfelder. 2 tracts, Farmington, $74.50. — Virginia S. Lovelleto Donald G. Meisner Jr and Janice B. Meisncr, 1 lot, $279.50. — Lelia Ann B. Dartt to Vernon Richard Dartt and Lelia A. Dartt, 1 tract. Fulton. — Geraldine M. Smith to Kay Smith Scarborough, 3 tracts, Mocksville, $50. — Kenneth M. Willard and Karen B. Willard to Karen B. Willard, 16.4 acres, Mocksvilte.- — James E. Benbow to Harold Wayne Smith, I lot. Shady Orove. — Gray A. Potts and Betty W. Potts to Virgil O.' Moses and An­ na M. Moses, 1 lot. Shady Grove, $9. — Henry H. Moore and Nancy G. Moore to Harry G. Dinkins and Janet E. Dinkins, 1 tract, $3. — Richard C. Short to Barry G. Whittaker, James T. Whittaker, and Retha P. Whittaker, 5 acres, Fulton, $33. — Michael M. Conlin and Daisy E. Conlin to Carolyn M. Pursel, I lot, Farmington, $178.50. — Jerry Rose and Linda D. Rose to Charles W. Marsh and Margaret R. Rose, I lot, Farmington, $86. — Christopher J. Jones and Tanya S. Jones to James M. Heff­ ner Jr. and Kathy P. Heffner, 2 tracts, Clarksville, $10. The following traffic accidents were investigated by the N.C. Highway Patrol last week in Davie County. Charges Fending After Wreck Charges are pending against a driver who left the scene of an ac­ cident April 8 on U.S. 601. 3.3. miles northeast of Mocksville. According to a report by Troo^rB.L. Crider, Phillip David Shore. 27. of Crowe Street, Mocksville was driving a truck Hospital ER northeast on U.S. 601 at 5:45 p.m. when a vehicle, owned by Catherine A. Rutledge of Greensboro, was driven from a public parking lot and collided with the right side ofShore’s truck. The driver of Rutledge’s vehicle left the scene. Damage to Shore’s 1989 Ford was estimated at $700. Cars Wreck On U.S. 601 Two cars collided on U.S. 601 April 9 in front of Davie High The following patients were treated in the emergency room at Davie County Hospital. Hospital officials only release in­ formation on patients they consider a public record because of the nature of the injury. — Marquitta Goforth. 17. 5:02 p.m. April 11, neck strain suffered in an auto accident, treated and Arrests released. — William J. Goforth. 42. 5:08 p.m. April 11, no injury, released. — Geneva P. James, 79, 6:32 p.m. April 11, no injury, released. — Timothy Dalton. 18. 3:57 p.m. April 14, injuries sulTei'cd in an auto accident, treated and released. — TonyaTatum, 17,4:05 p.m. April 14, no injuries, released. School at 3 p.m. According to Trooper L.D. Chappell. Tracie Dianne Seaford, 16, of Route 7, Mocksville was traveling south on U.S. 601 at the school exit when a car driven by Bridget Darlene Robbins, 16, traveled out of the school exit and into the path ofSeaford's. Robbins said she saw the traffic controller motion for her to drive out into the southbound lane. No charges were filed. Pontiac Skids lnto Oldsnmbile A Mocksville teen-ager was charged with failure to reduce speed after her 1985 Pontiac hit the rear end of a 1985 Oldsmobile April 10 on U.S. 601. According to a report by Trooper L.D. Chappell. Karen An­ nette Cozart, of 123 Cardinal St.. was traveling north on U.S. 601 at 2:58 p.m. through heavy school traffic when she failed to stop for a stopped vehicle in front ofher. Cozart's car skidded into the rear of a car driven by Amy Jo Bailey of Route 7, Mocksville. Ford Truck Hits Chevy Truck No charges were filed after a two vehicle accident April 11 involv­ ing two pickup trucks on U.S. 601. According to a report by Trooper K.B. Steen. David Ran- son Byrd, 30, of Route 2, Elkin was traveling north on U.S. 601 at 12:45 p.m. when he attempted to reduce his truck’s speed because of a vehicle stopped ahead of him. Byrd’s vehicle skidded and collided with another truck, driven by Donald Paul Edwards, 54, of Kcrnersville. who was traveling north in the other lane. Cars Collide In Parking Lot Two cars collided in the Davie High School Parking lot April 11 at 3 p.m. Mark Allen Crotts, 17, ofRoute 7. Mocksville drove his car from a parking space into the path ofa car driven by Jessica Wannette Eckles, 20, ofFairfax, Va.. accor- Fires The following were arrested by the Davie County Sheriff's Department. — Floyd Calvin Cody, 32, charged April 9 with two counts of possession of stolen goods. — Shawn Monte Sheff, 22, of Mocksville, charged April 11 with auault by pointing a gun and in- juty to a motor vehicle. ]r- Junes Henry Myers, 42, of 4, Mocksville, charged 12 wMh two counts of pro- vkibtkm.:>. March, 43, of <&Wpd April 14 with * p * W . V , V ; r :V *i®&.#r»'tv vH- •?.♦ ' •-^ te';i:v *V V ,V h .„,■'.. -’. ^M^ij'V::>:--;'.'i;-.iv'. ._ v • * d & jtim M ^ 'k ^ '' — Jimmie Dean Thomas, 27, of Howardtown Road, charged April 13 with assault. — Donald Lee Shores, 31, of 1039 Salisbury Road, Mocksville, charged April 9 with larceny. — Ronald Howard St. Link, 17, of Route 7, Mocksville, charged April 8 with second-degree trespassing. — Leah R. Clement, 22, of Route I, Mocksville, charged April 6 with writing a worthless check. — Patrick Harding Cleary, 25, of 1039 Salisbury Road, MockavUk, charged April 9 with tarewy. Davie fire departments respond­ ed to the following calls last week: April 9: Mocksville, 12:15 p.m., mattress on fire in house at Booe residence, 168 Williams St.; Mocksville, 9:16 p.m., brush fire on Bethel Church Road. April 10: Jerusalem, 6:35 p.m., house fire, N.C. 801 near Cooleemee, Cooleemee called for backup. April 12: Mocksville, 4:20- a.m., water flow al^rm, Eurodrawer, Bethel Church Road; County Unc, 7:32 a.m., truck hre, M0andU.S. 64 at Cool Springs; 1 Cookemee 11:32 a.m., auto 4eci- M<kpt, N.C. 801 jtyst inside Dayie County near Cooleemee. April 13: Fork, 1:24 p.m.. field !lre, Cedar Grove Church Road; Fork, 6 p.m.. auto accident, U.S. 64 at N.C. 801; William R. Davie, 8:10 p.m., tractor trailer fire, U.S. 601 near Dutchman Creek. April 14: Mocksville, 3:30 p.m., auto accident, vehicle over- ’ turned off U.S. 158 at - Main Church Road, reported gas leak. April 15: Jerusalem, 2:01 a.m., auto accident, vehicle in ditch; Center, 7:56 a.m., house firc, Green Hill Road, Mocksville called for backup, turned out to be false alarm; Mocksville, 8:10p.m.,auto accident, Wilkesboro Street at Western Auto. , ding to a report by Trooper K.B. Steen. Steen noted Crotts’s vision was obstructed by other parked vehicles. Eckles told Steen she saw Crotts coming out of his thc park­ ing space, but made no attempt to avoid an accident. No charges were filed. Cooleemee Teen Charged A Cooleemee teen-ager was charged with failure to reduce speed after a two car accident April 11 on U.S. 601 about 2.5 miles south of Mocksville. According to a report by Trooper K.B. Steen, Jeffrey Neil Spry, 17. of Center Street, failed to slow his vehicle enough to avoid hitting a car stopped on U.S. 601 waiiing to make a left turn. Spry’s vehicle skidded into the rear of a car driven by Debra Leonard Roig, 18. of Cooleemee. Car, Truck Collide A car and truck collided April 12 on Farmington Road. According to Trooper B.L. Crider. Leonard Lloyd McAfee Jr.. 22. ofRoute 3. Mocksville was stopped at Farmingtoji Road and a public driveway. Another vehicle driven by, I’harlie Wilson Allen. 54. of Route 2. Mocksville. was traveling south on Farmington Road when McAfee attempted to make a righi turn WiTiTfffe road, colliding with, the Allen vehicle. No charges were filed. Tennessee Mun Charged A Tennessee man was charged with exceeding a sale speed after a two vehicle accident April 13 on N.C. 801. According- to a report by Trooper K.B. Steen, Robert Chris­ tian Wclls,21, Morristown, Tenn., was traveling east on U.S. 64 and i saw a car,1 driven by Roy Douglas | Lynch, 29, ofRoute I, Woodleaf, drive across a marked stop sign line at N.C. 801 and U.S. 64. Lynch drove across the line to get a bet­ ter view of traffic, he told Steen. Wells applied his pickup truck’s brakes and skidded offU.S. 64 and onto N.C. 801 and struck Lynch’s vehicle. Mocksville Man Charged A Route 3. Mocksville man was charged with exceeding a safe speed after a single vehilce accident April 15 on Bailey’s Chapel Road. William Thomas Nivens, 21, was traveling east on Bailey’s Chapel Road at an excessive rate ofspeed, according to a report by Trooper L.D. Chappell. As Nivens approached N.C. 801, his vehicle skidded off the right side of the road and struck a stop sign and culvert before coming to rest. Nivens told Chappell an animal was in the middle of the road and he was trying to avoid hitting it. Damage to Nivens’s 1985 Ford was estimated at $300 and to the stop sign, owned by the N.C. Department of Transportation. $50. Driver Charged With l)WI A Hampionville man who left the scene of an accident April 14 at 12:25 a.m. on U.S. 158 was charged with DWI. According to a report by 'Proopcr K.B. Steen, Darrell Wayne Ireland of Route 1, was charged with DW1 after he passed another car. driven by Charles .Marty Martin of Route I, Ad­ vance. in a no passing zone, swideswiped the vehicle and left the scene. Steen reported Ireland was later spotted driving east on U.S. 158 past the accident scene. Steen stop­ ped Ireland at U.S. 158 and N.C 801 and found yellow paint on the side ofhis car. Martin’s vehicle is yellow. • : u E^sWSfc2 EBtSStS _ r ' *;>A • ; ^* < \*K: * * : |* ;:'; ‘M '% $ $ • 1 t e l V ' ;. , , » v , ^ i l : V Y'. f / ; . A : ^ - . A/ "~ <3^8i.X .'. * 2s'-'-**' *('*6r **. ' **• *'*e V/J '"i > 1 '^W-\~ -*V^.';?'\*i •* *' 'f' , v'* '* * *'- ’ ' '■ » " W W & * ^ ' - f : - : <S^X " Mocksville Police Patrolman K.L. Hunter investigates accident Sunday night. — Photo by Robin Fergusson Teen Charged After Wreck A Mocksvillc teen-ager was charged with making an unsafe traffic movement after a wreck at Wilkesboro Street and Mumford Drive Sunday night. Rehccca Adele Clc;irv. 16. was attempting to turn a car left from Wilkesboro Street onto Mumford Drive, reported Mocksville Police Patrolman K.L. Hunter. She brought the car to a stop and told the officer she looked for oncom­ ing traffic before turning. Kathy Johnson Collier. 30. of Rouie 2, Adv;uicc. said she was driving her car north on Wilkesboro Street and saw the Cleary vehicle crossing into her lane of travel. Collier swerved to avoid missing the Cleary car, and struck a utility pole. Damage to the |0R9 Hyundai driven by Collier was estimated at S3.000. ♦ •« Man On Three-Wheeler Arrested After Chase Mocksville Police Patrolman K.D. Thompson was at South Main and Salisbury streets Satur­ day night when it came across the overhead bridge. A three-wheel, all-terrain vehi­ cle was being driven on the public road. Thompson attempted to stop the three-wheeler, but its driver chose io aitcmpUo "elude arrest: After two chases and a wreck, Jeffrey David Beaver. 28. of 367 Spring Si.. Mocksville. was charg­ ed with carrying .a concealed weapon, driving while license revoked, possession ofmarijuana, failure to stop for a blue light and siren, and operating a vehicle without insurance or registration. He is scheduled to face the charges May 10 in Davie District Court. Police Patrolman Mel Parks said the department had received several complaints about Beaver driving the three-wheeler in recent weeks, often along Spring and Bingham streets. He had escaped the police before by riding along the railroad tracks. Parks said. When Thompson attempted to stop the three-wheeler Saturday night, Beaver drove it behind Mocksvillc Builders Supply where it struck a tree. Beaver fled on foot, and was later spotted at a pay telephone nearby, according to Thompson’s report. Beaver went back to the three- wheeler, and Thompson again gave chase. The three-wheeler stalled in a ditch beside railroad tracks behind Service Distributors, the report said. Officers caught Beaver after a l'oot chase. !f r DAV!E COUNT Y ENTERPRISE RECORl), THURSDAY, April 19 19W—7 Vote MAXINE BOGER Republican Candidate For Clerk Of Court V o u r V o te F o r M e Will B e A V o te F o r ABILITY EXPERIENCE HONESTY FAIRNESS Your Support In My Campaign Is Deeply Appreciated Paid For By Mnxinc Boger Complete Mechanical Services For Cars, Trucks, Tractors & Lawnmower$ n •Official N.C. Inspection Station •Complete Brake Service •Front End Alignment Tires (Car, Truck and Farm) •Shocks •Custom Mufflers •Auto Air Conditioning Repair •Computer Balancing •Goodyear Tires •Farm Bureau Products •Pit-Stop On the Farm Service •Snapper Sales & Service •McCulloch Sales & Service m WILL PICK UP AND DELIVER 4fM cCULLOCH. G O O D ftE A * Monroe Shocks Safomark CARTNER’S SEfMCE CENTER ;t-x< Gene Cartner: Owner Hwy. 64 West At 901 Rt. 1, Box 249 Mocksville, N.C. 27028 (704) 492-7242 0r 492-7612 Davie Oil Company] Advance, N.C. 27006 (919) 998-4620 New Service At Davie Oil Comnany In addition to our gasoline, fuel oil, kerosene and motor oils, Davie 0il Company is now serving the Davie County area with Propane gas for home, farm and commercial j.ise. P r o p a n e f M m m m W r ^ : :« l® '^ ;^ ^ 1 • ' .•', 'V-' V .. •-■ t ,^^4^^ **^'1^'' ^' '^ ^ ' ^ / ’ * t; . '- uV 8—DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISK RKCORI>, THURSDAY, April 19, 1990 Court Br8efs Onions Don’t Affect Breathalyzer North Carolina Highway Patrolman B.L. Cridcrtoltl a l)avie County man last wcek in Davie District Court that eating onions will not make someone register a higher number on the Breathalyzer Test. Timothy Larry Garrison, 38, was charged with DWI Dec. 16 while driving on U.S. 601 near Dcadmon Road. He registered a . 10 on the Breathalyzer Test. A . 10 is legally drunk in North Carolina. Garrison pleaded not guilty. “ If you consumc a large amount of onions will it make the Breathalyzer Test go up?" Gar­ rison liail asked Trouper C'ridev. (iarrison admitted to driving the vehicle that day and said he had heen sick with the Hu and had on­ ly eaten a hall'a howl ofsalad and drank two heers that day. Crider told Judge ljames lhal Garrison was unsteady on his lect and was staggering. "He had a moderate <xlor of alcohol about him." he said. "There was no open heer in my car and I don't drink and drive." said Garrison. "They say wait one hour before driving ifyou've had one beer. I waited more than two and a halfhours before getting in­ to my vehicle." Judge ljames sentenced Garrison to 60 days suspended for one year unstipervised probation, pay Sl00 fine and court costs, surrender driver's license and not operate a motor vehicle until properly licens­ ed. perform 24 hours ofcommuni- ty service work and obtain substance abuse assessment and comply with recommendations of assessing agency. Garrison filed an appeal. The case will be tried in Davie Superior Court. 3 Get Suspended Sentences Keep Judge William ljames As A District Court Judge Experience Counts VOTEX lja m e s Only candidate in primary with experience as a Judge. An attorney in Davie County for 18 years. Graduate of Davie County High School and Wake Forest University undergraduate and law school Viet Nam veteran with 312th Evacuation Hospital. Married to the former Gail Koontz. Two daughters, Amy age 16 and Abby age 12. Active Democrat for years having served as Democratic chairman Vice-Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, Precinct Chairman, among many other offices. May 8th - Democratic Primary Pald for by l|ames for Judge Campaign, Lynne Hicks, Treasurer Thrce Cooleemee teen-agers were given suspended sentences last week in Davie District Court after they broke into Cooleemee Elementary School on Feb. 17. Dean Head, 18, and Jeffrey Jacobs. 17, were both charged with misdemeanor breaking and enter­ ing and resisting arrest and obstruc- tingjusticc. Anothertecn, Thomas Ray Specr, 18, was charged with misdemeanor breaking and entering. According to Davie Sheriff’s Detective Jerry Williams, a burglar alarm went off at thc school at 1:26 a.m. on Feb. 17 and he arrived at the school at 1:31 a.m. "I started checking doors," he said. "As I approached the back of the school 1 saw thc three defendants coming out ofthe back door ofthe school. "I yelled ‘halt' and all three ran," he said. "There’s a big bank behind the school and Speer fell down and we caught him. I issued warrants for the other two." Williams said there was no damage done to thc school. Judge William ljames gave each tccn-agcr thc same sentence: 60 days suspended for one year super­ vised probation, pay $50 line and court costs, perform 10 hours of community service and ordered not to commit a similar offense. Man Gets 5 Years For Forgery A Mocksville man serving a five-year prison sentence on forgery charges waived a probable cause hearing last week in Davie District Court on fivc additional forgery chargcs. Edward Anthony Smoot’s five counts of forgery and uttering a forged instrument will be tried in Davie Superior Court. Smoot, 25, of 324 Depot St., also faced four counts of writing a worthless check*, two counts of misdemeanor larceny by trick, and two counts of misdemeanor obtain­ ing property by worthless check. According to Mocksville Police Detective Wayne Stoncman, thc obtaining property by worthless check charge stemmed from in­ cidents on Jan. 6 and 7 when Sni(H>t used someone else's starter cheeks to purchase items at Wal- Mart. “ He tilled in his real name in thc blanks left at thc top," said Stoneman. He wrote one check for $76.93, the other $167.90. Two worthless check charges were also to Wal-Mart in the total amount of$2l2.68. The other two worthless checks were written to 601 Shell in the total amount of S24. The larceny by trick chargcs Wre brought against Smoot after he got gasoline at thc Service Distributors station and promised hc would pay. hut never did. said Stoneman. "Hc indicated hc would pay and said he left his wallet at home." hesaid. "Theamount was SI5.12onetime and $6the next." Judge William ljames sentenced Smoot to a total of four years in prison to run concurrently with the sentence he is now serving. Also, hc is ordered to participate in a drug treatment program in prison, reimburse the state S250 for court appointed attorney and a s a condition of any early release. Smoot is to make restitution to Wal-Mart, 601 Shell and Service Distributors. DAVlE FLORIST 613 Wilkesboro St., Mocksville 634-2254 Featuring F.T.D. * P r o fe s s io n a l S e c r e ta r ie s W e e k M u g B o u q u e t Also: * A s s o r te d C u t F lo w e r s * G r e e n P la n ts * C a n d y M u g s * B lo o m in g P la n ts * R o s e s *B a lio o n s , E tc . AprU 28,1990 Me*tereard & Visa A Drug, Alcohol Offenses Alleged GfildV L McQSUDiOCki lf. A21-year-oldMocksvillcman incidcntNivensandtwootherco- 17-year-oldwasinjurcd." I I J j iM ^ l.v ...l^ ,l M^v .. „ ~ ».,.. • ... ,1_...,. ..„.1 J .tr\n /In n « > - ln lt n D r<i M i In r\ /m /l u / illi> im r v<nzt o»i in iiiti'tiii> > lia n I I ™ ^ ^ A 21-year-old Mocksville man pleaded no contest to drug and alcohol charges last wcek in Davie District Court. William Thomas Nivens of Route 3, was charged Feb. 16with simple possession of marijuana, possession ofdrug paraphernalia, possession of a weapon of mass destruction, giving an alcoholic beverage to a minor, and con­ tributing to the deliqueney of a minor. The weapon charge was dismiss­ ed on the condition the weapon be destroyed. According to Davie County Sheriffs DetccliveJerry Williams, the alcohol charges stem from an incident Nivens and two other co­ defendants. John Brandon and CharlesJ. Cornatzcr, werc involv­ ed in on Feb. 11. Brandon and Cornatzer werc also each charged with contributing to the deliqucncy of a minor and giving an alcoholic beverage to a minor. Their cases wcrc continued until May 10. "The defendants ran into two girls on Stratford Road,” said Williams. "Thc girls, one 15 and the other 17, came back to Nivens’s residence and they of­ fered thc teen-agers beer. "After leaving, the girls were in­ volved in an accident," he said. "She xvas legally impaired. The 17-ycar-old was injured." Williams said an investigation came after thc accident and hc ob­ tained a search warrant and went to Nivens’s house on Feb. 16. Williams said hc found some marijuana, rolling papers and a sawcd off shotgun. He said Nivens was cooperative during thc scarch and investigation. Judge William ljames sentenced Nivens to six months suspended for two years on supervised probation, pay Sl00 fine and court costs, per­ form 10 hours ofcommunity ser­ vice work, have no contact with the prosecuting witnesses, not commit a similar offcnsc and not have any contact with thc co-defendants. „•*i I :* $ I III IIIII IIiIII II IIIIIIII B e a u tifu l P o rtra its Years from now, you'll be gl;ul you had your child’s portrait madv by Regal. We use KODAK paper for quality that lasts.. And whenevi*ryou have portraits made, look for the KODAK symbol, your assurance of lasting quality. 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'.',-v| <| ^* >*;| ■ ■* ^ , i ■ » »V") ^ _ j ; '-. .i ;'| • $4*f ' tFt#*' "•■ F'7 w The following court cases were disposed ofduring Davie District Court April 12. Presiding was Judge William ljames. Prosecuting was James Honeycutt, assistant district attorney. — William IItigeneAllen. DWI (Breathalyzers results .10), driving 70 niph in a 55 mph zone, driving without adrivcr's license, sentenc­ ed to 120 days suspended lbr one year, pay $150 fine and court costs, ‘perform 48 hours of comnmnity service, obtain substance abuse assessment and comply with reeommcndations of assessing agency, and not operate a motor vehicle until properly licensed. — Kathy Baker, larceny of a motor vehicle, dismissed. — Lynda K. Burrage, worthless check, worthless check, dismissed. — Rodney Craid Cartncr, driv­ ing 80 mph in a 65 mph zonc., reduced by DA to improper equip­ ment, pay court costs. — Michael Sean Francisco, driving 86 mph in a 65 mph zone, reduced by DA to exceeding a safe speed, pay $10 fine and court costs; driving without a driver's license, dismissed. — Genovevo Tello Garcia, no registration for vehicle, dismissed. — Adam Wade Groce, driving 69 mph in a 55 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to improper equipment, pay court costs. — Paul Gray Hendricks, failure to reduce speed, dismissed. — Jerry Wayne Hendrix, DWI (Breathalyzer results . 19), driving while liccnse permanently revok­ ed, reduccd by DA to driving while license revoked, sentenced to two years suspended for three years, pay $1,000 tlne and court costs, spend 21 days in jail, not operate a motor vehicle until properly licensed, continue alcohol treat­ ment at Tri-County Mental Health, ordered to attend Alcoholics Anonymous, ordered not to possess any alcohol or drugs dur­ ing suspension, submit to random testing and searches for drugs or alcohol by probation oft1cer;*onc count of probation violation, ordered to continue on probation. — Robert Neal Lewis, manufac­ turing and creating a controlled substance, waived probable cause hearing, case will be tried in superior court. — Joseph Comfort Morton, fishing without a liccnse. pay $15 fine and court costs. — Jeanette Hall Nakaji, driving 70 mph in a 55 mph zone, reduc­ ed by DA to 64 mph in a 55 mph zone, pay $10 line and court costs. — Vickie Ann B. Potts, larceny, dismissed. — Robert Earl Powe Jr.. driv­ ing a vehicle without insurance, displaying a fictitious tag, dismissed. — Bailey Smith, worthless check, dismissed. — T.C. Smith III. exceedine a Larceny Charge Upheld A Mocksville woman who stole four pairs ol'socks from Wal-Mart on March 23 was given a suspend­ ed sentence last week in Davic District Court. BarbaraJean Holland, 30, of36l Whitney St., was sentenced by Judge William ljames to 91) days suspended for one year on unsuper­ vised probation, pay a $25 fine and court costs, and perform 10 hours ofcommunity service work. "A security person was working that day and saw the defendant con­ ceal merchandise under her coat," said Mocksville Police Detective Wayne Stoncman. “ She went Uuough the checkout and didn't pey for theni. They approached hcr ia the perking lot." : HoUand took four pairs ofsocks fromJbe store with a total vafyeof$6.43. Sbehad no priorracord. said « » - " . ■ E l l^ ; ^ - ; : . ;:. : . : ;ucj'$ypi safe speed, reduced hy DA to iiii- propereqiiipiiieiil. paycourt costs. -- Tony Shawn Smith, assault on a lemale. dismissed. — Debra Hege Stanley, simple possession ofmarijuana. prayer for judgment continued on payment of couvt costs, sentenced to one year probation, ordered to take part in drug education program and sub­ mit to warrantless searches by pro­ bation officer: possession of co­ caine and possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed. — Ruby Ann Street, DWI (Breathalyzers results .20), sentenced to 120 days suspended for one year, perform 48 hours of community service, obtain substance abuse assessment and comply with recommendations of assessing agency, surrender driver's liccnse and not operate a motor vehicle until properly licens­ ed. obtain a psychological evaluation. — Newman Dudley Stroud, driving 69 mph in a 55 mph zone, reduced by DA to improper equip­ ment. pay court costs. — Afredia C. Thompson, failure to reduce speed. dismissed. — Tamela Triplett Walker, failure to reduce speed, dismissed. Failed To Appear The following people failed to appear for their scheduled court dale. — William Carter, expired registration. — Anthonv R. Cuthbertson. failure to stop for a stop sign, operating a motor vehicle without insurance. — Jeffrey Lee Dix. driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Janice Carol lvey. driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone, failure to place a child under the age of six in a vehicle child restraint system. — Frankie Leon Martin, unsafe traffic movement. — Billy Franklin McFall, DWI. — Troy Pennington, worthless check. — Donald Lee Shore. DWI. — John Jeffrey Thompson, wor­ thless check. — Joseph P. Thornhill, driving without a driver's liccnse. driving too fast for conditions. — Debra Lee Williams, DW1, driving without a driver's license. — Kathy R. Williams, driving 60 mph in a 45 niph zone, failure to wear a seat belt. — Miguel Angel Zuniga, unsafe traffic movement. Trials Waived The following people waived their right to a trial and paid their fines early. — Larry Wayne Howell, no vehicle registration, improper muffler. — Tawana Denise Fcimstcr, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Mark Jason Clodfcter, failure to wear a seat bclt. — Kimberly K. Williams, driv­ ing 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Elizabeth Hathorn McGehcc, driving 65 mph in a 55 mpA zone. -/Stcven A. Gerstenfeld, driV4 ing'80 mph in a 65 mph zone. •'. j — Michael Joseph Hollis, driv­ ing 79 mph in a 65 mph zone. : j — Deon Lamar Bartlett, driving /lcft of center. / — Thomas lmes Jr., imprope^ passing. ‘ — Eugcnc Jewel Smith, driving1 68 mph in a 55 mph zone. — Christy Gray Cornatzer, failure lo stop for a stop sign. — Jeffrey Martin Hurst, driving 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. — Gary Lee Tosco, driving 66 mph in a 55 mph zone. — Gregory Allan Harris, driv­ ing 77 mph in a 65 mph zone. — James Edward Brown, driv­ ing 80 mph in a 65 mph zone. 1 We've made L;CTrnU’.-fH/ easy for you .•'■-■* , V r)4..*jC#l*;Vl'L5 '•> v ;> n ^* ^t’ .i>--r; ?: *y^ I -mt' W om en are busy. Sometimes too busy to take advantage of limited mammography specials. That's why Davle County Hospital has restructured its mammography program to save women time and money. i Scheduling a mammogram at a reduced price is now a yearroundprogram. SimplyphonetheRadiologyDepart- ment and ask to schedule a mammogram. You're auto­ matically eligible for our $50 cash price which covers both the hospital and radiologyfee. A physician's referral isn't necessary, You simply choose a time best suited to your busy schedule. Insurance must be filed by the Individual. Don't let a hectic schedule keep you from early detection of breast cancer. Call today. PHONE 634-8341 Davie County Hospital Corner of Foster and Hospital Streets Mocksville, N.C. IO -DAVlK COUNTY KNTKRPRISi: RKC()RI). THURSDAY, April IV, 1990 Social :jA Club Makes Favors For Nursing Home H> l.(iis Stvplivns Club Reporter Thu K;isi l)avic Homcmakers C'luh mol April II) at the home of Lois Stephens. A devotional on the l-;ister message was given by Ruby MvKnighl. The roll was answered by members naming a laily whom ihey ailmire. The members made I:aslcr basket iray lavor.s lbr Davie Coun- tv Hospital patients and lbr the residents of Bermuda Place Nurs­ ing Home. The recent brcadmaking workshop and the classes on reduc­ ing cholesterol were reported on by Lois Stephens, Health Food and Natrition chairman. Some ex­ amples oflhe low cholesterol foods were served lbr lunch. The East Davie Club won the gold chip award at thc Northwest Development Banquet in North. Wilkesboro on March 13. Northwest District Spring Day will be at Yadkin Baptist Church May 16. Dr. Ann Tyndall will bc the guest speaker. Don McMillan will demonstrate dccorating food. ‘‘A Taste of Gourmet” will bc presented by Annc Adams. A tour ofncw industries and ncw offices in Davie County is schcdul- ed for May 10. The club voted to give a dona­ tion to the Davie County 4-H campaign. The club has finished a new quilt. Tickets will go on sale this fall as a moncy-making effort for community projccts. On May 19 baked goods will bc donated to thc Fun Fcst, a moncy- raising project for thc Davic Fami­ ly YMCA. Nancy Hartman, Davic County homc Extension agcnt, brought thc program on food labels and what they mean. Also, labels on all con­ sumer goods are important, she said. People are enticed to buy g(Kxls through the labels and adver­ tising. What do those labels mean? They arc not always clear. What is meant by Lite, Light, less fat,' natural, reduced sodium, low. caloric, low fat, pure vegetable oil? Many labels arc tricky and used as ;i disguise for thc real contents of the product, Hartman said. On many food products, there arc no guidelines or definitions from the FDA. It is up to the con­ sumer to educate himsclf as to wtwt those foods really do contain, she > said. Eleven members remained with the hostess for lunch. 1 The next club meeting will be-' with Tina Hagan on May 8. Cooleemee Seniors Learn About YMCA Rock-A-Thon Mrs. Johnny Irvin Miller ... was Charlotte Anne Carter Carter-Miller Couple Wed Saturday In Mocksville Charlotte Annc Carter and Johnny lrvin Miller, both of Mocksvillc, were united in mar­ riage Sulunlay, April 14 . in a tor- mal 7 p.in. wedding at the First United Methodist Church. Of­ ficiating at the*doublc-ring ceremony was the Rev. Donnell Lloyd. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Charlotte Carter of Danville, Va. She is a graduate of George Washington High School. Danville Community College and Com­ munity Hospital of Roanokc. Va., where she earned a degree in nur­ sing. She is employed as a registered nurse lbr Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Winston- Salem. Thc bridegroom’s parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Bob Miller of Mocksville. He is a graduate of Davic High School and Catawba College, whcrc he earned a bachelor’s degree in business. He is employed as a sales represen­ tative lor King & Sash Window Company. Clemmons. Mrs. Julia Robertson of Randlcman served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids wcrc Ms. Ann Sasser of Danville and Mrs. Tam ara M urphy n f W iiistun- Salem. Randy Thompson of Mocksville was bcst man. Ushering wcre Mark Whittaker and Stanley Ran­ dall of Lake Norman, John W. Carter 111, bride's brother of Dan­ ville, and Steve Walkcr of Mocksville. Following a 1ioncymoon to the South Carolina coast, the couple will make their homc in Mocksville. A reception was held in the cou­ ple's honor at Hickory Hill Coun­ try Club. The Cooleemee Senior Citizens Club met April 9 at the First Bap­ tist Church fellowship hall with 30 members and two visitors present. Virginia Plott, president, called the meeting to order, after which Paul Wagner led in prayer. Ruby McDaniel led thc group in singing "The Old Rugged Cross" with Frances Smith playing thc New Attorney Joins Davie County Bar A new attorney has joined the Davic County bar. Christine Brock Harvey, 34, of Routc 2, Markland Road, Advance was sworn in by Judge William G. Ijames last wcek. Harvey is a recent graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law. While at Wake Forest, she was active with the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers (Stu­ dent Division). International Law Society, and Judicial Clerkship with Judge Ijamcs. She has work­ ed for several area attorneys dur­ ing school and since her graduation. Harvcy. a native of Rochester. Pa., has been married to Paul Harvey since 1976. They have two sons, Matthew and Zachary. piano. Noah Plott gavc thc devotions. Everyone was askcd to attend and participate in thc rock-a-thon for the Davic Family YMCA. Plans were announced for May Fcst. Thc meeting adjourned with the club song, after which 28 mcmbcrs went to thc Meridian Nursing Homc in Salisbury for a tour. The group was served lunch. Members were askcd to bring a salad to thc next meeting for lunch on April 23. 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It's a Berninal ,And you can own it now, al this incredible prlcel ^ w to ct stitches every time on anv .fcbck. *Automelte buttonholes •7 pracUMl stitches ;<Cickwive cll(M*i presser leet jjF m o u s sdf *djusting tension Ik e Sewing Room C*phtoDriw, Clemmons Fhone:76M20e DAVIE DESERVES DIRECTION DECISIONS' DEDICATION m:, DESNOYE Republican Candidate for Davie County Cornmissioner 8 a ^ g g 3 2 ^ g ^ ^ A ^ ^ -v-y;. ii- v • ' '' > .v*i. !/^;,y>:.^V ’" ' ' " ' CommUtee • Dan Pe*noyers, Treasurer i, f * . r ^ r& U 2 * ~f~r DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April If, 199»-lf *•• , I Mrs. Thaddeus Byron Bullock ... was Andrea Lynn Haines ljames-Mashore Couple To Marry On May 19 Nettye F. ljame,s announces thc cnyamncm of her daughter. Yvcttc ljamcs. io Gregory A. Ma.shore ofSali.sbury, son of Charles Edgar Mashore and lhe !ale Mrs. Janie Ruth Mashore of Salisbury. Miss Ijanies is a graduate of Davie High School and is employed by QST Industry in Mocksville. Mashore is a graduate ofSa!isbury High School and attended Pem­ broke College in Pembroke. He is employed by Universal Forest in Salisbury. The wedding is set for May 19 at NcwJerusalcm Apostolic Church on Campbell Road in Mocksville. Cornatzer News Couple United In Marriage March 31 'l'lte wedding of Andrea Lynn llamcs of Charlotte to Thaddeus 'l'lia d " Byron Bullock of Mocksville look place Saturday. March 3l. at 7:30 p.m. at ()mwakc-Dearborn Chapel. C atawba College. Salisbury. Ihe Rev. Donnell Lloyd officiated at the double-ring ceremony. A program of wedding music was presented by Mike Hendrix, organist, and Letty Smith, soloist. Her solos were: "Ave Maria' . “ A Time For Us", and “ The Lord's Prayer." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an off-the- shoulder gown, designed with pouff sleeves, sweetheart neckline, and fitted bodice of Aleneon lace embellished with secd pearls. The cathedral train of ivory satin was trimmed with seed pearls and lace. She wore a wreath of ivory satin roscs in her hair attached to a cathedral train of silk illusion. She carried an arm bouquet of two do/.en ivory rosebuds, baby's breath and greenery with ribbon By I)ottie l'otts Cornatzer Correspondent Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Florence Starr were Mary Murphy, Annie Mae Moore. Glen­ da Boger. Loretta Boger and baby. Shaver Joins YMCA Staff A second lull-time employee has been hired by the Davie Family YMCA. M ichelle Shaver began work earlier this month as youth and fami­ ly serviccs director. A native of Hot Springs, Va., Shavcrhus 4 i Shaver worked part-iime with the local YMCA since September of 1988. A Mocksville resident for the I fcwr yWB, she will direct the >Mi*ter school programs, t4iyeemp*d*eTecn streamers. Maid ofhonor was Donna Knott of Salisbury. Serving as bridesmaids were Danna Bullock of Charlotte; Holly Atwell. Michelle Peterson of Winston- Salem: Holly Sellers ofHuiitsville. Ala.: and Kathleen Barber of Mocksville. Brad Bullock was his son's best man. Groomsmen were Brad Bullock Jr. and Steve HelTner of Charlotte: Paul Gardner of Cluipel H ill; John Kimberly of Greensboro: Stephen Haines of Tampa. Fla.: David Wharton and Mike York of Raleigh; Marc Cain ofWinston-Salem; Billy Overcash of Corapols. Pa.; and Brian Drig- gars of Charlotte. The bridc's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Haines ofTampa. She is a graduate of Catawba Col­ lege and is employed as a phar­ maceutical representative. The bridegroom is thc son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Bullock of Route 3, Mocksvil!c. He is a graduate of Davie High School and 'l^^^^V*t> -.:t'^V;rv'pV-^' '^ Veach Couple Celebrates Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Veach of Route 4, Mocksville, were honored at a 50th wedding anniversary reception on March 18 at Victor)’ Bap­ tist Church fellowship hall. Hosts were thc couple's children: Darryl Veach of Rock Hill. S.C.. and Suzanne Hceth of Moorcsville. They were married in York, S.C., on March 16, 1940. They have five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. New Arrivals ,' ;v . Mr. and Mrs. Warren Day and children and Pearl Frye were Sun­ day supper guests ofMr. and Mrs. James Shoaf. Mr. and Mrs. David Washburn and children. Amy, David, and Andrew of Virginia visited the Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Day and at­ tended church services at Cor­ natzer Baptist Church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Potts and children- visited Mr. and Mrs. Homer Potts Saturday night. The family of Lucille Potts had a barbecued chicken supper at hcr home Sunday night. The Cornatzer and Dulin Ladies Auxiliary met at the fire station Tuesday night to make plans for tlte barbecued chicken supper for May 19. They had one new member. The next meeting will be May 15. Membersofthc Comatzer Home Extension Club delivered hand­ made crochet baskets filled with goodies to the residents of Davie Village last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Potts and Sharon visited Mr. and Mrs. Pete Stewart MuikLty iuglti. BAILEY Donna and Doug Bailey of Fork announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Anna Alexandra, on April 15 at Forsyth Memorial Hospital. She weighed 7 lbs. 3 ozs. and was 20'/: inches long. Maternal grandparents are Faye and Ron Morgan of Clemmons and Don Miller of Winston-Salem. Paternal grandparents are Burr Bailey of Fork and the late Lexie Bailey. Maternal great-grandparents arc Hazel and Tools Riddle of Advance and Guy Miller of Yadkinville. Mrs. Bailey is the former Don­ na Miller. JONES John, Patricia and Kaitlyn Jones of Raleigh announce thc birth of a ’ daughter and sister, Mcrcdith Anne, on March 28 at Rcx Hospital in Raleigh. She weighed7 lbs. 13 ozs. and was 20 inches long. Maternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. James P. Reavis of Mocksville. Paternal grandparents are thc Rev. and Mrs. Archie V. Jones of Chile, South America. Paternal great-grandmother is Ruth Jones of Mocksville. SPEER Mr. und Mrs, Mark Timothy Speer of Route 8, Mocksville an­ nounce the birth of a baby boy, Mark Timothy Spccr II. ‘ 1 Catawba College. He is employed in sales. Following a honeymoon in An- tiqua. British West Indies, thc cou­ ple will make tlicir home in Charlotte. The bride's parents hosted a reception at Salisbury Country Club. Guests were served drinks, hors d'oeuvres, wedding cakc, punch and decorated mints. A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom’s parents for family, friends and thc wedding party at Country Club of Salisbury. A bridesmaids luncheon was hostcd by the bridc at thc Country Club of Salisbury for bridesmaids, the bride's nuithcr, godmother and thc groom’s mother. Honor attendants were Mrs. John Kaniss of Winston-Salem; Miss Jayne Lukas of Falls Church, Va.; Mrs. Bccky Cain ofWinston- Salem and Miss Christina Arcus of Mocksville. Showers and Parties A cocktail party for fricndsflfcj thc bridal couple was given bjf;* Steve Hcffncr and Janet Phipps of ?; Charlotte. ';^r* • A dinner party for the brida|.-' couple and thcir parents and friend<^ was given by Mr. and Mrs. Bratf>! Bullock at Slugs Restaurant M>! Charlotte. -?1 • A dinner party for thc bridal^! couple and wedding party wai*j given by Mr. and Mrs. Carl HumC*? mphrey at Cherry’s Cafe Clemmons. ‘ *« • A couple’s shower was hosted^< by Mr. and Mrs. J. Marc Cain irijJ Winston-Salem. >i • A surprise lingerie shower was ,'j givcn at the home of Mrs. Bra4>| Bullock Sr. by Mrs. Danna>: Bullock, Miss Holly Atwell, andlj Mrs. Cindy Charest. j J] • A miscellaneous shower w*< •] given by Mrs. Margaret Overcash£»* Mrs. Prccyous Sales, Mrs. JacM$?! Nicholson and Mrs. Barb Ko1linC*| at thc fellowship hall of FirsT^, United Methodist Church. .Vr', W-,4W<*S IN PAIN? Chiropractic works without drugs or surgery. 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For further lnforuwtioe caN: (918) 7M-7M5 (CoHWt) Mon.-F>i. 8:004:00 Piedmont Hesewch AtMckta »300 Pattort Incentive ______ Hc .was born April 11. at 9:20 a.m. al Hoots Memorial Hospital in Yadkinville. Thc baby weighed 6 lbs. I2 ounces aiul was 21 inches long. Paternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Leo Speer of Route 8. Mocksville. Paternal great grand­ parent is Mr. Eirv Specr of Mocksville. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Harrison ol' Hamp- tonville. Maternal great grand­ parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Long ol' Hampionvillc. PURDEY Calvin and Glenna Purdey and son Randy announce the birth of a daughter and sister. Amber Nichole, on April 9 at Davis Hospital, Slatesvil!e. Thc baby weighed 9 lbs. I oz. and was 21 inches long. Maternal grandparenl.s are Paul and Jvan Bolin oi' Mocksville. Paternal grandparents are Jay and Ruth Purdey iWvlichigan. Great-grandmother is Mrs. Sher­ man Jones of Mocksville. MILLER On Saturday, March 31, Adam Jefferson Miller was born to Bob­ by and Charlene Miller ol' Route 4, Mocksville. His grandparcnts arc Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller, also ol' Route 4, Mocksville, and Sue Booe of Mocksville. COMING TO MOCKSVILLE, NC Saturday ft Sunday * p r i l 2 1 * 2 1 , 1 8 8 0 B EN *O w FR A N K LIN Saturday 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Sunday 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Color Portrait |Package Special 3—8xlO's 3-5x7's 12—Wallets $i395 $295 Deposit Customer pays >11 00 *hen pottwts Mver,sl al sloip appioumalely one M-v* l.ilm / We UM 1 Kodak pop#r... toragood look. i • N0 A6E UWi! • toULTS T00! I • P0NT MSS iT • FWIlV GROUPS AiS0 |AI1 work Guaranteed by: TR1VE1 XE STUDIO ] B E N F R A N K L IN Willow Oak Center Mocfc>vlll*, North Carolina? 12—OAVIE COtiNTY KNTKKl’KISK KKCOHI). THUKSDAV. Apiill'>. 1990 Around & About McKinley I)ull L'crtifiu<l As Professional Knginvvr McKinley Dean Dull recently w;i.s cerlilieil ;is a pmfesMonul engineer specializing in civil aiul structural engineering. I)ull is an N.C. Slatc graduate and has worked at l eader tu<> >ears as project manager and estimator. Dull is overseeing contsiruction of the Business Technology Center at CoasiaI Carolina C'omnnmii> College. He is the son ol" Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dull ofHigh I’oint and grandson of Mrs. Luther Dull of Rou(e S. Mocksville. ||c is married to the former Vickey Johnson of High Point. Elmore Joins Sigma Kappa Sorority Al N.C. Stale Tracey Delaine Elmore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Elmore of Route 8 . Mix’ksville was recently initiated into the Sigma Kappa Sorority at N.C. State. It is a social sorority which pro­ motes scholastic and philanthropic development. Elmore is a sophomore majoring in zoology/pre-medicine. Bell Couple Celehrates 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bell Jr. of Salisbury celebrated their 25tli wedding anniversary recently with their children. The couple had just returned front a seven day cruise in the eastern Caribbean. They were married April 17, 1965 in York, S.C. Mrs. Bell is the former Jean Ridcnhoiir. I.<>cal Student Awarded Teaching Fellows Scholarship Rodney Wayne Cassidy of Routc 3, Mocksville and a student at Davie High was rccently among 400 seniors statewide award­ ed a North Carolina Tcaching Fellows scholarship. Each will fcceivc an annual $5,000 scholarship loan during their college careers making the total valuc $20,000. The loan will be forgiven in exchange for teaching at least four years in a North Carolina public school. Average SAT scores for this year’s teaching fellows recipients is 1.111, or 275 points above the slate average. Their grade point average in high school is 3.7. Some 1,750 high school seniors competed for the 400 scholarships this year. Area Student Receives Awur<l At Catawba College Katy Lynn Basham of Mocksville received the Miss Catawba Award April 12 at Catawba College’s 1990 Awards Convocation in Keppel Auditorium. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G if­ ford Basham. Local Student Makes Salem Academy Honor Roll Nancy Kristin Lidbom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Lidbom of Roule 6 . Advance has been named lo the third quarter honor roll at Salem Academy. She is a sophomore. Sarah Shore Honored After 30 Years Service Sarah Shore was honored with a supper at Western Steer of Mocksville March 29. She retired after 30 years service with Bank of Davie and BB&T. She held positions as teller and bookkeeper with nole teller being the latost. Shore was presented with an or­ chid corsage. About 40 employees and guests attended the occa­ sion. Richard Cole, city executive, presented Shore with gifts from BB&T. Edward Tkach Promoted To Navy Petty Officer Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Edward M. Tkach, son of Edward M. Tkach Sr. of 124 !•.. Maple Avc.. Mocksvillc has been pro­ moted to his present rank while serving with Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron. Naval Air Station in Norfolk. Va. He ♦ is a 1981 graduate of Davie High School. Mrs. Robert Preston Binkley ... was Dana Anne White White-Binkley Couple Married April 14 In Greensboro Dana Amte While ofGreensboro and Robert “ Boh" Preston Binkley of Route 4, Advance, were united in marriage Saturday, April 14, at 3:30 p.m. at the bride’s home. The Rev. Joseph Ervin officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Honorary bridesmaids were Mary Duehring. Terrell Conicr and Kelly Jane Campbell. Serving as best man was William Daniel Cox. Ushers were Paul Winfield Tucker, Wallace Graham Getchell and Gilbert LaRowe. Jason Browning White was his sister’s ring bearer. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Paula McMillan and stepfather, James A. M cM illan o f Greensboro, father, Terry S. While and stepmother. Mrs. Donna White. alsoofGreensboro. She is a graduate of Grimsley High School and Appalachian State U niversity. Boone with a bachelor’s degree in communica­ tion arts. She is employed as a marketing assistant for DATA Masters Inc. The bridegroom’s parents arc Mrs. Mildred Binkley ofWinston- Salcm and the late James Marvin Binkley Jr. He is regional director for Maxuin Health Corp. Immediately following the wed­ ding ceremony, a reception was held in the garden. Hosls were the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. McMillan. The couple will make their home in Advance. W o m a n ’s C l u b H o n o r s M e m b e r s The Mocksville Woman's Club celebrated the GEWC Centennial at Bermuda Run Country Club April 11 with a program featuring the theme "Preserving Our Heritage” and honored two women for outstanding community work. A parade of fashion dating back to 1890, medleys of old songs, and period dances performed by club women entertained members and guests. Special recognition went to Elizabeth Martin, named Citizen of the Year, and Libby Tolbert, club­ woman of the year. President Gail Kelly presented plaques to the winners. She said that Martin had con­ tributed to the successful fund­ raising drive for the expansion of the Davie County Library by ser­ ving as chairman. Martin said: “ I am deeply mov­ ed by this honor. Every good thing that has happened in this county has- been supported by the Mockswville Woman’s Club." Kelly praised Tolbert for her work on conservation and for be­ ing chairman of the Fine Arts Committee. Under her leadership student and club participation in arts festivals increased as well as C lub W om an of the Year Libby Tolbert (left) accepts award. .* V '--.t, _ ■) t"A ,1 tM a rtln (toft) w a s n a m e d C itiz e n o f the Year. * ^ - % s = i ' v ; .■:-'::>>• ::'■:- . - r ' ' ^ '^^^^ '''' ''^1 -'^.' V’ .^V#^ ^ ^. ^ ^ ^ ^ .’- ^'/. ^ ^, * ’ ' the number of awards won. A member of the club since 1986. Tolberl said: “ I wanted to be a part ofthe community and its improvements. The club has given me a chance to do that and has brought mc your friendship." Martha Kontos, club member, presented a check to Martin for the library fund. It represented profits from a fashion show by the Sophisticated Lady with the club selling tickets. The club also made a contribution to the fund. Mrs. Tolbert, wearing a dress, apron, and bonnet from ihe turn of the century, introduced the pro­ gram. recounting accomplishments and challenges of women during the past l(X) years. Twenty club women and guest. Mrs. Marjorie Beavers, presented an 1X90-1900 fashion show nar­ rated by Millie Modlin. Models in­ cluded Lelia Essic wearing a graduating dress that belonged to an aimi born in 1888 and jewelry of the period. Esther Wall wore a black skirt and a lace blouse that came from the altic trunks of her Mecklenburg County homeplace. Shirley Den- niston. Diane Foster, Ellen Hunt, and Doris Ruby paraded in outfits loaned by Margaret Lesser, a guest. They included an ivory cot­ ton voile dress with lace inserts, a silk and lace blouse, ostrich plumes, a velvet hat, black high- topped shoes, and period hats. Kathy Brown modeled an early 1900s night gown that had been made and worn by her husband’s grandmother. Myrna Harris was outfitted in a side-saddle riding habit featuring a skirt buttoned and draped for walking and a top hat wiiii veil. The horse hair hat wom by Billie Hieks was made in Advance around 1900, and Beavers' em­ bossed and ruffled satin was made from an 1890s pattern. Helen Eaton dispUiyed hand sewn blouses niade recently with old-fashioned stitches. The show concluded with Tolbert wearing an early bathing suit. Kontos. dressed in a Southern Gay Nineties evening dress, sang a medlcy of favorite songs from that period, accompanied by Doris Carman. A club chorus sang numbers in­ cluding "The Band Played O n" and "East Side, West Side". Chorus members were Margaret Bost, Roberta Goodwin, Myrna Harris, Sue Peeler, and Phyllis Potter, who was featured in a soft- shoe-tap during the last song. Dancers demonstrated reels and polkas and led the entire group in a walk for three homemade cakes. Dancers were Brown. Foster. GoixlwitV. Hunt. Annette Ralledge. and Tolbert with Denniston handl­ ing the audio. Clothes, pictures, dolls, jewelry, and olher keepsakes from the past were on display during the meeting. Federation committee members who planned the program were Goodwin. Brown, and Foster. Nancy Murphy typed the program, and Ratledge made bread that was served with the buffet luncli. Carroll Johnstone gave a dc\o tion and asked the blessing. Hostesses were Hicks. Lucille K elly, Wyona Johnson and Mariana Mathewson. Ms. Magalene Gaither spoke to the group brie!ly at the beginning ofthe meeting about lier candidacy for the Davie County Board of ComnfSsioners. A Celebration The Mocksville Woman's Club w ill hold a public ceremony celebrating the 1 1 0 years of the General Federa­ tion ofWomen's Clu!is begin­ ning al 10 a.m. April 24 in front ofthe county courthouse. Refreshments w ill be served. Five Generations Flora M ack of H em lock S treet in M ocksville, gathered recently with Janie Bowm an of Statesville, Shirley M orrison of C harlotte, and Tyrone C arter of C harlotte w ith tw in 8 R ochelle and Jeanelle, representing five generations o f- the fam ily. *4 LOTUS P0 ND Chinese Restaurant Finest Cuisine Mandarin • Hunan Cantonese • Szechuan □ W e e kly L u n ch e o n S p e cia ls □ P rivate P a rty F a cilitie s □ W in e L ist A va ila b le □ O rd e rs T o G o 766-6261 New Towne Shopping Center Clemmons Hours: Sun.-Thurs. 11:90*10 p m Fri. 11:30-11 pm Sat. 4:30-11 pm Melanie S. Renfroe, M.D. a n d P h in P. G am ble, P.A.-C. a n n o u n c e t h e o p e n i n g o f M O C K S V IL L E FA M U iY P R A C T IC E 256 Hospital Street A p r il 16,1990 H o u r s b y A p p o i n t m e n t 6 3 4 - 7 5 0 5 ANTIQUES SALISBURY MALL -=v=u^— Antique Show April 1 9 -2 2 Antique Itirnilure, collcctab!e knick-knacks, heirloom jew elry and lots, lots, m ore on display at the Salisbury M all S p r in g C r a f t S h o w April 27-29 Spring Cralts on display tor ^ s viewers and luiyers throughout the com m on area ot the Salisluiry M all P la n l o v i s i t b o t h s h o w s s in c e it 's ^ $ $0 >u t f O U ' a t 1 9 3 5 J a ke A le x a n d e r B lv d . k S a lis b u ry S M .ISllU R Y M A L L DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, ApriM9, I Advance News nft, i ' By Edllh Zimmerman Advance Correspondent Thc Wiley Peebles Sunday School Class ol" Advance Methodist Church gave an Easter Egg hunt for the children on the church lawn Sunday. Arnny Rid­ dle is class teacher. New Methodist hymnals have been purchased for the church and were dedicated Sunday during the worship service. D a v ie 4 -H e r W in s S ta te C o m p e titio n i: d w i n a Boger has been announced as the Senior Divi­ sion State 4-H Project winner in Foods and Nutrition. The Davie County native is among 3V North Carolina Roger senior division 4-H members who are being rewarded for project achicvemcnt this year. Boger is the daughter of Edwin and Ivey Nell Boger of Route 6 , Mocksville. Her lO-ycar 4-H carccr has included state and na- , tional recognition in Fowls and Leadership projects. She will also represent North Carolina at the Danforth Leadership Conference this summer. As a state 4-H project winner, Boger will attend thc 1990 National 4-H Congress this fall in Chicago with other North Carolina 4-H delegates. She plans to enter Kings College in Charlotte this fall. Her winning 4-H experiences have included Pcanut Food Presen­ tations on state and national levels and Fish and Seafood Utilization on state level. She has been Jcatured on the Almanac and Mid- Day Television programs. Remember your Secretary on Wed. April 2 5! We can make your card and gift selecting easy. Com e in ^ *"v ^ > " ^ A . Dell Cooper was welcomed as a new member to church Sunday. Chad Cooper and his twin sisters. Megan and Brittany, were baptiz­ ed during the worship service. These are the children of Dell and Siizic O’Mara Cooper. Those stan­ ding with them during baptism were the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Thurmond O’Mara. great­ grandmother Mrs. DeEtle Markland. Gina O'Mara of Ad­ vance, Mr. and Mrs. Mark O’Mara of Clemmons, Mr. and Mrs. David Hendri.x of Winston- Salem. Sponsors were Harold and Randy Zimmerman who also stood with the group. Thc Rev. Harlan Creech III officiated. Faye Vickers was welcomed into thc church as a new member Sun­ day. Standing with her were spon­ sors Kenny Potts, Mr. and Mrs. Gray Potts and Mrs. Ruth Latham. Mr. and Mrs. R.D. Cornatzer spent last weekend in VVintcr Haven. Fl;i.. visiting their chiltlren and grandchildren. Lelia and Jay Gray and children Erin and Jack. Mrs. Gail Williams and children Brent and Carrie of Jamestown. N.Y.. spcnt last week visiting Mrs. Cindy Swan nnd family in March- mont. The ladies were close friends when thncy were living in Buffalo. N.Y. They visited the beach, the North Carolina Zoo. Carowinds and Pilot Mountain. They were among thc visitors at the Methixlist church Sunday. Melissa. Amanda and Meredith Hendri.x are spending this week camping at Lake Jordan with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hendri.x. Amlrca Hendri.x o f South Carolina is spending her spring vacation with her mother. Mrs. Janie Hendrix. Andrea and her mother were Easter Sunday dinner guests of her grandmother. Mrs. Edith Zimmerman. Don and Betty Ward of Burl­ ington were Easter visitors of their children and grandson Donna and Allen Cornatzer and son Jolmatlian. They were visitors at the Methodist church. Other visitors were Bobby and Kim Allgood and daughter, Kelly Gray, Pam and Rick Hcmmings, Dave Markland. Randall Ward and family. ‘ William and Margaret Everage of High Point Road wcre Easter Monday visitors of Pete and Shirley Cornatzer. ;: Mr. and Mrs. Petc Pcavey of Charlotte werc Sunday visitors of their son-in-law and daughter# David and Melody Black and fami* ly. Mr. and Mrs. Peavey wert church visitors. * Mr. and Mrs. Richard Seamon of Moorcsville, thcir daughter and son-in-law Suzanne and Mari Merrell wcre Easter visitors of their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Jessie Browder. They were visitors at thc Methodist church.- "A p p le s F o r The S tu d e n ts " *;^ % ; :V '■ . ; --;:'.'H C cc ^,..ttrJi&MS&W *ifc*<3ffi '^ ii^ ty r^ - i-:X,y ^ —^ j -. — V- - ,•"' * "...'" > u l j l j S > L r ! i “} ^ { , *'> ‘ fV • - ,N > ,J '■ '<.>*"j^W;:i■'}■ -.^iS'-Jl:.'-:.'<'.^*:-;' - ' ':'•' :'-\:>f • ' ' •'• y p j l i ; s L Z - u . 3 L i e ^C^U>^^^^/^^ix*^^i^s^^/-.V:vX^-:-^^:j'.' Hi! My name is Branci<111 I.ee. I turned 2 years old March 25. I celebrated one party at home with my mommy, lK-hra L. Alberty, and some very close friends. I also had another par­ ty at my Memaw and P;il*a's house, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allter- ty, and lots ol' other relatives. ,**l><er<J$<, K v H C o n g ra tu la tio n s To T he S c h o o ls T h a t H ave M a d e D e p o s its T o w a rd s F ree A p p le C o m p u te rs A n d S o ftw a re ! ,...,.:.:;:1 ^ LW e e k s To G o In O u r A p p le s F o r T h e S tu d e n ts P ro g ra m ! m *% m llfcifiS J.::^ mvicE! We Now Have Hve Weeks To Qo In Our "Apples For The Students" Program. Continue To Turn Your Green Register Tapes In To Your Schools. There's Still Plenty Of Time To Collect Enough Register Tapes For A Computer And Software! EKSP6a. mK;' .<•“'*" ' ' ^r** • , >. > , .> ••?■; . >r<-:: •■',• •;• t> ■■ >■ '■■■< s f - ' .■•'■■ ,-V' -l.'.<" i X ’- '- . v ^ '" • " " • '- 9 ^ z ^ - — ^ \ ri5 Lbs. Or More 9n Groun< Beef 1.17 V L , E x tra L e a n x ^ G ro u n d B e e f 1.69» 6.5 Oz. Water Or Oil Starkist Tuna .57 2 Liter Regular Pepsi Products 1.09 f 8 Oz. AssortedMorning] v e s h p r a s n Chips ^m ffrmfryrnfCT? 1 Ct. Assorted Bounty Towels SH*eox GVeeriuos (« « *y llffU ii»;»!on 4 Htilm irk) K a th a rin e ’s SHOP 28 Oz. AssortedBanquet Family iEntrees w jM M u m i 16 Oz. Mr. Turkey5E^Smoked W .--V -- « u y O n e , ^ S ^ ,? * ‘ ? 5 g ^ - Fresh Ground Round i & # * z "Now In Season" Fresh California Straw­ berries US#1 California Grown Fresh Broccoli Fresh hopped $SSS!Sirloin This Ad Good W ednesday, April 18 Thru Tuesday, April 24, 1 9 9 0 A t Low es Foods. Q u an tity R ights Are H<. soi vvU Wv GI<iUly Accept Federal Foods Stam ps And WIC Coupons. N one Are Sold To D ealers. I4—DAVIE COUNTY ENTERPRISE RECORD, THURSDAY, April 19, 19 ■ use 1990 S>RUI) H'M*M DWOOk> 132 Y e ars O f S e rvice 4 Locations Mlddlebrook Or S Mam St •Clemmons Wmslon-Sntem Reynoida Rd '0BB ^ Main ^ WinstorvSalom L#?*mgton Davic Phono No 998 3>tP8 ______ J.P. GREEN MILLING C0., INC. M akers o ( DAISY FLO U R W e C u sto m B le n d D e p o t S tre e t M o cka vllle , N.C. 27028 Phone 634-2126 MOCKSVILLE BUILDERS SUPPLY "T o g e lh e r W e Do II B e tle r" S oulh M ain 634-5915 Atteod The Church Of Yeuf Choice John N. McDaniel A Sons Hwy. 801 S,, Mockavllto SS4-3S31 FOSTER-RAUCH DRUG CO. WHtoebofo Street Mocfcevffle, N.C. 2702« Phone 634-2141 CAUDELL LUMBER CO. 162 Sheek Street MocksviNe, N.C. 27028 Phone 634-2167 J o h n n ie M . T ille y P est C o n tro l S e rv ic e 'S&rvtc93 For Over 28 Years' Locally Owned A Operated •ReaMentlal *Commerclal '•Industrial *lnstitutk>nal 'Inspec’ion Upon R equest' MocktviUe 634-5600 SINCE -vMow 3k*n • 3 lu SbAi^> 862 VadMnvllto Roed Mocksvllto 6344115 K f< T j. I NEEP AAEN TO H E L P M E FIGHT THESE AM ALEKITES — STRONG MEN, M EN FOR W A K / D R A F T I N G M E N F O R T W E A R M Y ! TWE FlR5T TIME WAT THE ISRAELITES WAD NEED TO DEFEND THEMSELVES OCCURRED INTHE WILDERNESS AT REPHlDIM, WHEN THE AAA.ALEKITES THREATENED TWE SAFETY OF TWE PEOPLE! IT WAS TUEN TUAT MOSES APPOINTED J05WUA AS COMUANDER-IN-CHIEF AND TOLD HIM TO CHOOSE SOME AGN AND GO AND FISHT THE ENEMY ! (EX.17:8-0) FROM THAT BEGINNING IT WAS PROBABLY OBVIOUS TO MOSES TUAT HE WOULD NEED YOUNG AAEN FOR WAR, MA N Y TIMES, BEFORE THE CHILDREN OF ISRAEL COULD GET SETTLED IN TWE PROMISED LAND! 5 0 IT B E ­ CAME LAW TUAT ALL ABLE-BODIED MEN, TW ENTY YEARS AND UPWARD, (NUM.h3) WERE ENROLLED FOR MILITARY SERVICE! BUT JUST LIKE TODAY THERE WERE EXCEPTIONS! 7HE LEVITES(PRESTS) WERE NOT NUMBERED IN TWE WILDEPNESS FOR MILITARY SERV!CE(NUM.&:46- 5 0 ) ALSO, ANY MAN WHO WAD BUILT A LlOUSE AND N CT>ET LIVED IN IT,-OR PLANTED A V IN E W D AND HAD NOT EATEN OF IT-0R ANY MAN WHO WAD BETROTUED A WIFE BUT NOT VET CONSUMMATED TPE MAR­ RIAGE.- (DEUT. 2 0 ■ 5 -S) AND LASTLY, ANY MAN WWO WAS FAINTHEARTED AND AFRAID TO SO INTO BATTLE WAS EXEMPT FROM SERVING, B Y REASON, TUAT ME MlGWT ALSO ,VVXKE TUE SOLDIER NEXT TO WIM, AS FEARFUL AS HE WASANDTUUS CAUSE PANIC IN TWE RANKS—WISE THINKING WHEN YOU COME DOWN TD IT AND PR08ABDV l U E REASON TUE ISRAELITES D tiN 'T F LE E IN TERROR A S MUCH A S OTWER TROOPS DID IN THOSE BIBLICAL DAYS! SAVE TWIS FOR YOUR SUNDAY SCHOOL SCRAPBOOK AtMMtLY OF MO MARANATHA CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLYHwy 601 North MocksviIlo, N C Rev Keith Harnr^k Sunday Sihooi 9 45 a mMorning Worship 10 45 a mEvening Worship 6:00 p.m. tAPTt*V AOVANCE BAPTIST CHURCHHighway 80* Lanny H. Atkins, paslor Wednesday Youth Choir W<*dnesday Fellowship Moa1 Wvdnosdfly Mi»»K>n OioAdult Bible Study 5:30 p.m. 6 00 p m.7 00 p m. 161 Sunday Evening Each Month GREEN MEADOWS BAPTIST CHURCHHwy^ 801. Farmington M. Ray Davis,paslorSunday Schooi 10;00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Evonmg Worship 7:30 p.m.Wednesday Service 7:30 p.m. H0PE BAPTIST TABERNACLE Highway 158 East Pastor; 0avld Jordon Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Service 10:45 a.m. Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m.(JAMES CflOSSROAOS BAPTIST CHURCHKennt>lh Hydo, pastor " • "ch. • BEAR CREEK BAPTIST CHURCHBear Creek Church Road North 01 Mocksville Rev. Je.*ry Oonigof, Jr.Sunday School 10 00 a.m.Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. BLAISE BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 601 North at 1*40 Rev. Glenn Sellers, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.Wednesday Service 7:30 p.m. BREAD OF LIFE BAPTIST CHAPEL Four Cornets Community, Hwy. 801 Phil Kitchm. pastorSunday School 10:00 a.m. Preaching Service 11:00 a.m.CALAHALN FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHCalahaln RoadRev. Carrol Jordan, pastor Sunday School 10.00 a m. Worship Service 11.00 a.m.Sunday Night Worship 7:00 p.m.Wednesday Bible Study 7.00 p m.CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Hiqhway 601 Southfit" 7 Bo. 92. MocksviHeJim Grydcr, pastor Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Evening Worship 7.00 p.m. Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m.CEOAR CREEK BAPTIST Cedar Creek Church Road Dr. W.C. Hay. PastorSunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship Service2nd 4 4th Sunday 1:30 p.m. CHINAQUAPIN GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Chinaquapin Church Road oil Hwy. 601 Rev., Darrell McConnell COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Gladstone Road Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m.CORNATZER BAPTIST CHURCH Advance. NC.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 Service 7.00 p m DUTCHMAN CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 801 olt Hwy 64 EATON S BAPTIST CHURCH Eaton's Church Road Rev David GilbteathSunday School 10 00 a mWofship Service 11 00 a m Wednesday Pfayer Service 7 30 p mEDGEWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 801 North Cooloomeo. N.C Rev DC. Sullivan, pastor Sunday School 10 00 a mSunday Wotship 1V00 a mSunday Evening Woiship 7 00 pm Wednesday Service 7 00 p mFARMINGTON BAPTIST CHURCH Faimington Road Sunday School t000am .Worship Seivice tt:00am . Youth Training Union 7:00 p mFIRST BAPTIST CHURCH N. Mam Street W. Paut Riggs, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.mMorning Worship 1J :00 a mEvening Worship 7:00 p.m Church Training 8 00 p.mWednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Marginal Street, Cooteemee, N.C.Rev. Larry G. Allen Sunday School Morning Worship Evening Worship Sunday School Worship Servfco Evening Worship 9:45 a m. 11:00 a.m.* 6 00 p.m.Wednesday Service 7.30p m.JERUSALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy, 601 SouthSunday School 10 00 a.m. Worship Service 11.00 a.m.Evening Worship 7:30 p.m.Wednesday Service 7:30 p.m.NO CREEK PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH No Crcek Road oil Hwy. 64 SHILOH BAPTIST CHURCH 623 Depot St, Mocksville Rev. A O. Walker, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a m.Wot3hip Service 11 ;00 a.m. SMITH GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Hwy. 158 EastTRINITY BAPTIST CHURCHRt. 4. Mocksville Darrell Cox. pastorSunday School 10:00 a m. Worship Service 11 00 a m.Evening Wotship 7:00 p m. Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m.TURRENTlNE BAPTIST CHURCH Rl. 7. Mocksville Rev. Billy J. Sloop, pastor Sunday School Worship Service Evening Worship lUTMtffANHOLY CROSS LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. John A. Johnson, pastor Hwy. 601 South, Mocksville Sunday School 9 45 ,rr.vWorship Service t 1 00 a.m. aMTNOMST A,M.E. ZION METHODIST CHURCHBooetown Street. Mocksville ADVANCE UNITED METHODIST CHURCHAdvance. N.C. BAILEY'S CHAPEL UNITED METHODISTBailey's Chapol RoadBETHEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCHRolhol Chuich Hoi*J BETHLEHEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Rt. 1. Redland Road. Advance. NC Rev. Rober1 C. Peunloy. Pastor Sunday School io.OO a.m. Worship 11:00 a m CENTER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH SMITH GROVE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Hwy. 158 Easi, Mocksville Rev. Bobby G. Swaim, pastor *-* “ "1 Sunday1sl & 3rd i .......Sunday School Worship Service 2nd, 4th & 5lh Sunday Sunday School Worship Service Wednesday Bible Study 11:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.7:00 c Highway 64 West Dr S 0 W atnot. Paslor 1st 3 2nd Sunday ChurcfrSchool Worship Service 3rd, 4th A 5th Sunday Worship Service A|140 Sunday School Wed. Church School 3:30 p.m.CHESTNUT GROVE METHODIST CHURCH 9:45 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 9:45 a.m. 10:45 a.m. 3:30 c Kaihryn W. Tart, pastor 2nd & 4th Sunday Sunday School Worship Service 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH Midway St., Cooleemeo Shelby Haibour, pastor Sunday School Worship Service Evening Worship Wednesday AWANAS 9:45 a m. 11:00 a m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 11.00 a.m10.00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a m.6:00 p.m. 6:45 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 9:45 a.m. .11:00 o.m. 7:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:15 p.rtv Church Training Wednesday Biti)e Sludy FORK BAPTIST CHURCH 6 miles easi on Hwy 64 Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Vioiat)ip Service 11.00 a.m.Evening Woiship 7:20 p.m.GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH ni. 6, MocksvilleSunday School 10.00 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Evening Worship ■ 7:00 p.m.Wednesday Service 7:00 p.m. GREEN HILL 8APTlST CHURCH Green Hill Road Rev. Graham Wooten, pastorSunday School Worship Service Evening Worship Wednesday Worih4> 9:45 a.m. 10:45 a.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m, Wednesday Prayer Meeting YADKlN VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH Rl. 6, Yadkin Valley Rd, Advance Leon Wood. PastorSunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. CATMOUC ST. FRANCES CATHOLIC MISSION Sunday Service 10 30 a.m.Wednesday Evening 7:00 p.m CHURCH OF CHRISTCORINTH CHURCH OF CHRISTCharlie Hamson. Jr. minister Sunday Worship 11:00 a.m.Evening Worship 7 00 p.m,JERICHO CHURCH OF CHRIST Jell Williams. Minister Sunday Qiblo Class 10:00 a.m. SVorship 11:00 a m.Worship 6 00 p.m.Wednesday Bible Study 7.30 p.m. CHURCH OF OOO COOLEEMEE CHURCH OF GODCooleemeo, NC Luther Chambers, pastor Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Mommg Worship 1100 a m.Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Wednesday FTH 7:00 p.m.CLEMENT GROVE CHURCH OF GOOHwy. 64 West I W. ljames, pastor Sabbath i0 00 a.m.Worship Service 1:00 p.m.Evening Worship 8:00 p.m.Wednesday Service 8:00 p.m. MOCKSVILLE CHURCH OF GOO Owight 0urham, pastor Hwy. 64 East Sunday Schoot 10.00 a.m.Worship Service !t:00 a.m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.Wednesday Service 7 00 p.m IPWCOPAlCOOLEEMEE ESPftCOPAL CHURCH OF GJOD SHEPHERDRev Edwm P. Bailey Holy Euchansl 9:30 am FORK EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE ASCENSIONRev. Edwin P. BaileyHoly Eucharist 11:15 a.m. ST. CLEMENT’S EPISCOPAL CHURCHMeeting ai Vog!er's Chapel MKJdlebrook Drive, Clemmons Rev. Joan Gnmm ftf* Sunday School 10 00 a mWorship & Ho)y Commumon 11:00 a.m. ..^_IWTE*MMOW*ATWWAl JfMKSVILLE INTERDENOMINATIONAL CHURCHRev. L)ndsay Wallers, pastor Sunday Schoo) 9:<5 a.m.Mornlno Worship 11;00 a mYouth Service Wednesday BWe Study CONC$RD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Cherry Hill Road Rev. John Deylon, minister 1st & 3rd Sunday Worship Service Sunday School 2nd & 4th Sunday Worship Service Sunday School 5th Sunday Worship Alternate 10 00 & 1100 a.m.COOLEEMEE UNITED METHODIST CHURCHJoseph W. Collins, pastor CORNATZER UNITED METHODISTCHURCHCornatzer RoadDULIN METHODIST CHURCH Advance. N.C.EL9AVILLE UNITED METKOOIST CHURCH Hvty. 801. Advance. N C FARMINGTON METHOOIST CHURCH 1st Sunday Sunday School ti.00 a.m.Worship Service 10.00 a.m.2nd & 4th Sunday Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 3rd SundaySunday School t0 00 a m.Worship Service 11:00 a.m. FIRST UN!TEO METHOOIST CHURCHNotth Mam Streot. Mocksvii(eRev. Don Lloyd, pastor Sunday School t0 00 a.m.Worship Service tt:00 a.m. FULTON UNITEO METHOOIST CHURCHHwy. 601 between Fork and AdvanceRev. Keimit ,E. Shoaf, pastor 1st & 4th SundaySunday School 1 >:00 i,.m.Worship Service 9.45 a m 2nd, 3rd & 5lh Sunday Sunday School 9 45 a.m.Worship Service 11 00 a m.HAROISON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Jericho Church Ro<xlLIBERTY UNITED METHODIST CHURCHGladstone Road 1st & 3rd Sunday Sunday School j I 00 a m.Worship ServiCQ 9 45 a m2nd & 4th SundaySunday School 9 45 a m Worship Service 1 \ 00 a mMAINVILLE A.M.E. ZION METHODIST CHURCHVaughn L. Adams, paslorRt. 6, Box 37, Mocksvi)le Sunday School 9 30 a rn YJotsh>p Service \ 1 00 n m MOCKS UNITED METHODIST CHURCHAdvance, N.C. MT. OLIVE METHODIST CHURCHRt 5. Mocksville1st. 2nd. & 3fd Sunday Sunday School i0 00 nm Worship Service 11 00 a m4th SundaySunday School i \ 00 a m Worship Service 10 00 a m NEW UNION UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Haywood B. Hyatt, pastor Sunday Schoof Worship Sevice OAK GROVE UNITEO CHURCH Hwy. 158 Eusi SALEM UNITED METHOOIST CHURCH Davie Academy Road Dr. S.B. Warner, Paslor 1st & 2nd Sundays Worship Service j p.m.UNION CHAPEL METHOOIST CHURCH Kathryn U. Tart, pastor 1st, 3rd, & 5th Sunday Sunday School 10:00 a mWoiahfp Soivicv tt:OOn mWESLEY CHAPEL METHODIST CHURCH Advance. N.C.1 1st SundaySunday School 11:00 a.m.Worship Service 10.00 a.m. 2nd. 3rd. & 4th SundaySunday School 10:00 a,m. Worship Semico 11:00 a.m.ZION CHAPEL UNITEO METHODISTCHURCH Rev. Haywood B. Hyatt, pastor PMMVTfftlAN8IXBY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHFork Church Road at Cornauer Road DavKl Daniel, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship Sorvice 11:00 a.m. Sunday Evemng B>blo Study 7 00 p.m. COOLEEMEE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 60 Watts Slreet Cooloemee Kennoih E. Pollock. Paslor Sunday School 9 45 a.m.W orshipSorvice 1l:00a.m.Wed. - Prayer A Bible Study 7 30 p.m.FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Le!and A Richardson, minister Corner So. Main St & Lo*ington Hwy. Sunday School 10:00 a.m.Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. SECOND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 458 Pine St., Ivan W. Lowery, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m.Worship Service 10 30 a.m.2nd & 4th Sunday WIStlVAWLIBERTY WESLEYAN CHURCH A C Clemens, pastor MOCKSVILLE WESLEYAN CHURCHHospital Street. Mocksvrfle .David Rollins, Pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.Worship 11:00 a.m. Sunday Evening Worshp 6:00 p.m.Wednesday Worship 7:00 p.m. MORAVIANMACEDONIA MORAVIAN CHURCHRev E. Hampton Morgan, Jr., pastor Hwy 801. Farmington Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m.Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. Church 01 Jesus Christ 01 Lat1er Day Saints 869 Hardison St.. MocksvilleSunday Meeting 10:00 a m. • 12 noon SEVENTH OAY AOVC*TISTSEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Milling Road Std Mills, pastor Sabbath School 9:30wn.Worship Service 11:00 iun, PENTECOSTAL H0LINCS* CLARKSVILLE PENTECOSTALLiberty Church Road Rev Albert Gentte Sunday School t0 0 0a m. Worship Sorvico tt'0 0 a mMOCKSVILLE PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Milling Road Rev David J Eagle. Pastor Sunday School i0:00 a m Woiship Sorvico J 1 00 a m Evonmg Service 6 00 p m NEW CALVARY HOLINESS CHURCH Rt ? Turrentino Church Road Mocksvill<?. N C 27028 Paslor Evaru$<>lisl Charlenv Lewis REDLAND PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS J.iff’us Stc.u> paslOf Sunday School J0 00 a m Worship $otv<c(i )} 00 a m Ev,vig<>listic 7 00 p mW<Hlm-s<Mt F,'irrti|y fji<)hf 7 00 p n> 10 00 a m 11 00 a m METHOOIST Sunday School 3rd, 4tn & 5th Sunday i School Worsh