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                                                                                          incorporating the Danbury Reporter and King Times News                                              Stokes County, NC:
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FEBRUARY 24, 2011
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Two Stokes County students arrested for drugs
Sheriff’s Office goes undercover to stop crime
By Leslie Bray                   dential. In these three cases,               In the 20 charges already            ground level of planning in-
News Editor
                                 Juvenile Services was noti-              issued in Operation School               cluded the Stokes County
                                 fied and has assisted in the             Guard, juveniles formed the              Sheriff’s Office, the Adminis-
    Reading and writing and      processing of juvenile peti-             majority of the offenders. The           trative Office of the Stokes
‘rithmetic—that’s why kids       tions. These petitions and se-           charges they received in-                County School System, prin-
go to school, right? Well, the   cure custody orders have                 clude, but are not limited to,           cipals and specific Stokes
Stokes County Sheriff’s Of-      been processed and served.               multiple counts of Possession            County School Board mem-
fice wants to make sure              The other two taken into             With Intent To Sell and De-              bers, along with the District
those ARE the primary rea-       custody      are    considered           liver Schedule VI Controlled             Attorney’s Office.
sons for local youth to attend   adults and will be charged as            Substance, multiple counts                   After the planning stages
school. Law enforcement offi-    such.They are:                           of Sell and Deliver Schedule             were complete, the next step
cials in this county have em-        --Elizabeth Martin, age              VI Controlled Substance,                 was to place undercover offi-
barked on a new endeavor to      17, Madison Road, Madi-                  Sell and Deliver Counterfeit             cers in the high schools.              Elizabeth Martin                     Jessica Straughan
keep the main thing—educa-       son—two counts of Posses-                Controlled Substance, Pos-               These officers attend school
tion—the main thing.             sion With Intent to Sell and             session With Intent To Sell              alongside local students to       Carico declares the mission        intent is to create a more
    Monday, Jan. 3, wasn’t       Deliver Schedule VI Con-                 and Deliver Schedule IV                  make undercover buys on           of Operation School Guard.         positive learning environ-
only the date that the post-     trolled Substance, two counts            Controlled Substance and                 school grounds and, at the        “The war against drugs is          ment that is drug-free for
holiday school session com-      of Sell and Deliver Schedule             Possession of Drug Para-                 same time, to gather infor-       not only fought on the bor-        our most valuable re-
menced. It was also the day      VI Controlled Substance and              phernalia.                               mation on how to make             der of Mexico, but it is also      source—our kids."
that Operation School Guard      Sell and Deliver Counterfeit                 Officials from the Stokes            schools safer.                    being fought daily in cities,          Carico insists that the
began. This undercover oper-     Controlled Substance; $2,500             County Sheriff’s Office have                 According      to     Chief   towns and counties across          Sheriff’s Office will stand
ation in area high schools is    secured bond.                            stated that their intent in              Deputy Craig Carico, the          the United States of Ameri-        with the school system to do
currently in its seventh week        --Jessica Straughan, age             these types of operations is to          Stokes County Sheriff’s Of-       ca.”                               all that they can to make
and has already proven suc-      17, Berry Farm Road, Madi-               make the school environ-                 fice is receiving full coopera-      Stokes County Sheriff           Stokes County’s schools
cessful. There have been 20      son—two counts of Posses-                ment safer for students and              tion from the school board,       Mike Marshall ran his cam-         drug-free. "Operation School
drug-related charges already.    sion With Intent to Sell and             faculty members.                         principals, Superintendent        paign on the idea of cracking      Guard is the first step in
    The first arrests were       Deliver Schedule VI Con-                     Before Operation School              Dr. Stewart Hobbs Jr. and         down on drug abuse and fo-         achieving our goal,” he says.
made on Thursday, Feb. 17.       trolled Substance and two                Guard could officially be                the D.A.’s Office.                cusing on the safety of the        “We cannot state when this
Three of the five arrested       counts of Sell and Deliver               started, it had to go through                “We are starting a strong     county’s children. He ex-          operation will actually end,
were juveniles which means       Schedule VI Controlled Sub-              different planning stages.               approach against a serious        plains the goal of the new         but we are certainly in this
their names are kept confi-      stance; $2,500 secured bond.             Those involved on the                    plague in today’s society,”       undercover operation, "Our         for the long haul.”



Westfield family burned out of home
By Leslie Bray                   Sheriff’s Department. The                torn down, which leads
News Editor
                                 fire was put out shortly af-             Burcham to believe that
                                 ter their arrival.                       it may prove useful yet
   In a week filled with            “They did a wonderful                 one more time. Since it
low humidity and high            job containing the fire,”                has no asbestos inside,
winds, fires raged all over      Stokes County Fire Mar-                  the house could possibly
Stokes County, including         shal Frankie Burcham                     be used for a controlled
one in Westfield that left a     commended local firefight-               burn. This would be a
family homeless. On Tues-        ers. “[The house] should’ve              training exercise for local
day, Feb. 15, a distress call    by all rights burned to the              fire departments and col-
came in to Stokes County         ground.”                                 lege students. Burcham
Emergency Communica-                No one was at home at                 is attempting to work out
tions at about 2 p.m., re-       the time of the fire. The                the details with the
questing help for a two-         family that rented the                   homeowner.
story white farmhouse            house is now living with                    In the meantime, the
that was burning at 5728         relatives. They were able                fire marshal warns coun-
Highway 89, near Ray             to get a few things out of               ty residents about illegal
Loop Road in Westfield.          the burning house, but                   burns. Although the Fire
   A man picking up cans         they had no renters’ insur-              Weather Watch issued by                                                                                                             Submitted photo
in the street was the hero       ance. The lady who actual-               the National Weather                     This farmhouse in Westfield caught on fire on Tue., Feb. 15, when its electrical sys-
of sorts in this case. He        ly owned the home was not                Service in Blacksburg for                tem malfunctioned. No one was home at the time of the blaze.
heard a wire arc inside the      insured either. The Ameri-               Saturday, Feb. 19, has ex-
house, so he immediately         can Red Cross has stepped                pired, conditions are still
ran to a neighbor’s house        in to provide assistance for             favorable for woods fires.
to call 911. By the time he      the family in the form of                The combination of winds
made the call, he could see      food and clothing.                       above 15 mph, humidity
that fire was already blaz-         According to Burcham,                 below 30 percent and fuel
ing up in one room of the        the fire was accidental,                 moisture below 10 per-
farmhouse.                       caused by an electrical                  cent makes for a poten-
   Fire and rescue units         malfunction. He estimates                tially dangerous situa-
from     Francisco,    Law-      that the house was built in              tion even when tiny
sonville, Danbury, Double        the early 1900’s and con-                sparks are involved. Resi-
Creek,     Westfield     and     jectures that the wiring                 dents are asked to check
CCDF in Virginia rushed          was very old as well.                    for Red Flag Warnings
to the scene, along with            The home is still                     and Fire Weather Watch-
the Stokes County EMS,           standing but is gutted to                es before burning any-
Fire Marshal’s Office and        the point that it must be                thing outside.



Economic Development presents report
Broadband access is still a big goal                                                                                                                                                                        Submitted photo
By Leslie Bray
News Editor                                                                                                          This outbuilding at 1195 Bray Road, Walnut Cove, was destroyed when a fire ignited
                                                                                                                     from woodstove ashes that had been emptied outside into the dry, windy weather.
    Despite the stagnation of
the recession that has
gripped the country for the
last few years, Stokes Coun-
                                                                                                                      Illegal burning contributes to fires
ty is making progress on the
economic development front.                                                                                                            Firefighters all over Stokes get no rest
Alan Wood, Stokes County                                                                                             By Leslie Bray                                 89 on Friday night, Feb. 18. The call
                                                                                                                     News Editor
Economic Development Di-                                                                                                                                            came to Emergency Communications
rector, presented a positive                                                                                                                                        a little after 8 p.m.
quarterly report from the                                                                                               Despite warnings by weather                    Trouble intensified on Saturday,
Economic        Development                                                                                          services and the Stokes County Fire            Feb.     19,     when   eight   more
Commission at the regular                                                                                            Marshal’s Office, many Stokes Coun-            grass/woods fires were reported. The
county commissioners meet-                                                                                           ty residents continue to conduct out-          predominant root cause again was il-
ing on Monday, Feb. 14.                                                                                              door burning in dangerous condi-               legal burning in dangerous condi-
    Rather than putting all of                                                       Leslie Bray/The Stokes News     tions. These illegal burns have been           tions on what had been declared a
their economic eggs into one     In late summer 2010, the Economic Development Com-                                  the source of several grass and woods          Fire Weather Watch day with red flag
basket, Wood and the EDC         mission hosted a seminar on tourism as a means for                                  fires over the last couple of weeks,           warnings. These fires were contained
have developed a four-cate-      boosting the economy in Stokes County. County leaders                               with many in the past few days                 before severe damage occurred.
                                 from all areas of expertise gathered at Camp Hanes in                                  One of these occurred on Highway                            See BURNING, page A2
See EDC REPORT, page A2          King to discuss things such as the plan for Moratock Park.


                                                                                                                                                       Quote of
                                                                                                                                                      the Week:                              Inside
                                                                                                                                                                                     Sports....................................B1
                                                                                                                                              Bringing the gifts that                Editorial................................A4




This
                                                                                                                                                                                     What’s Going On.................A5
                                                                                                                                               my ancestors gave, I                  Church page.........................A7
                                                                                                                                                                                     Friends and Neighbors.........A6
                                                                                                                                              am the dream and the
                                                                                                                                               hope of the slave. I

 week                                         Arts Council presents
                                              Harriet Tubman
                                                                 See page A2
                                                                                                    Carroll turns 103
                                                                                                                            See page A8
                                                                                                                                                rise. I rise. I rise.
                                                                                                                                                       — Maya Angelou
Page A2 - The Stokes News, February 24, 2011

                                                                                      News
                                                                                                Cove Board of Commis-          moting local businesses         the interstate corridors. In
EDC REPORT                     op relationships with resi-
                               dential and commercial re-
                               altors and have regular
                                                                the county’s residents still
                                                                don’t have access.
                                                                   Wood has also met with
                                                                                                sioners with updates.
                                                                                                   Long-term goals for this
                                                                                                                               through a “Buy Local”
                                                                                                                               campaign and showcasing
                                                                                                                                                               just seven months, 8,500
                                                                                                                                                               brochures have been dis-
Continued from page A1         meetings with them. He as-       the Appalachian Regional        category are also being re-    entrepreneurial programs        tributed. Such literature is
gory plan for Stokes County.   sisted over 25 local brokers     Commission and Golden           alized. One is to develop      offered by Forsyth Tech         also being given out at lo-
They have developed both       in their recent efforts to be-   Leaf Foundation to investi-     and maintain closer rela-      and SBTDC.                      cal libraries.
short- and long-term objec-    gin a website featuring          gate other options, such as a   tionships with strategic          A long-term goal is to          Long-term objectives for
tives for each category.       Stokes County properties.        50/50 cost-share plan for       partners. Wood has been        refine the rural distribu-      this category are moving
                               The EDC hosted a booth           coverage.                       doing this in a wide array     tion network for area farm-     along smoothly. The EDC
          Business             with this group at the Win-         Another long-term objec-     of areas, such as with         ers and provide produce for     is working with the Stokes
   Retention/Expansion         ston-Salem Home Show             tive involves creating per-     Rockingham Community           local communities. At this      County Arts Council to
   The first category is       this month. Their Stokes         manent channels of commu-       College, Forsyth Tech, the     time, a grant from the NC       renovate the former Art
Business Retention/Expan-      County marketing theme           nication with businesses.       NC Department of Com-          Rural Center is pending to      Market in Danbury—to be
sion. In the short term, the   for the show is “We are clos-    Wood has developed a sys-       merce, Piedmont Triad          assist with this goal. Fund-    partially used as a visitor
EDC website will continue      er than you think.”              tematic program to visit lo-    Partnership, Foothills Con-    ing would be used to give       center.
to be improved. It is up and       Long-term objectives for     cal businesses to get their     nect and others.               farmers more access to lo-         A master plan for
                               Business Retention/Expan-        input on what is going on          A big plus was Stokes       cal markets and to help         tourism through the Hang-
running with continuous
                               sion include developing a        and what they need.             County’s recent prestigious    customers find a local sup-     ing Rock corridor has been
updates. The business direc-
                               thriving “Buy Local” cam-                                        acceptance into the 21st       ply of fresh produce.           developed and was pre-
tory for the county also un-
                               paign; Wood has been in dis-         Business/Industry           Century Communities Pro-                                       sented to the Stokes Coun-
dergoes continuous develop-    cussion with the King                   Recruitment              gram which will run for             Travel/Tourism             ty Board of Commissioners
ment and updating.             Chamber of Commerce to              The second category for      over two years.                      Development               on Feb. 14. This is a thor-
   Wood was particularly       initiate a countywide project    economic development is            Wood is also investigat-       And               finally,   ough study of current as-
pleased with the results of    with this theme.                 Business/Industry Recruit-      ing working with neighbor-     Travel/Tourism Develop-         sets in the county and op-
the Second Annual Business         Another huge objective       ment. In the short-term,        ing counties to see how        ment is a facet of economic     portunities for tourism
Extravaganza which was         in this category is to im-       extra pages have been           they can partner for cross-    development       planning.     that can be focused on
highly attended in January.    prove Broadband coverage         added to the EDC website        marketing and funding          With regard to short-term       these assets. The county is
He and the EDC have also       over the county. The stimu-      to market all available         purposes. Already he has       objectives, a new tourism       already being advertised in
helped to develop websites     lus funds that the county        commercial/industrial           been in contact with EDCs      website is active and con-      places such as Our State
for over 60 businesses in      applied for to provide coun-     buildings and sites. These      from Surry, Yadkin, Davie      stantly updated. Develop-       magazine.
Stokes County. One busi-       tywide Broadband service         buildings have also been        and Rockingham counties.       ment of local and regional         The Board of Commis-
ness owner told Wood that      were not awarded, but Wood       added to the state website.                                    contacts is going well;         sioners praised the work of
the website development        isn’t giving up the fight. He       Wood is also on the go           Entrepreneurial            Wood is presently the chair     Wood and the EDC follow-
was “the best thing that       has been collaborating with      with regard to keeping the              Activities             of the Cascade Highlands        ing the quarterly report.
Stokes County has ever         the local phone provider,        county informed of these           The third category of       Board.                             “Nothing happens with-
done for them as a business    CenturyLink, which gave          objectives. He has already      EDC planning is Entrepre-         New visitors’ guides         out a plan or a vision,”
entity.”                       him a map of Broadband           visited the King City           neurial Activities. Short-     have been delivered to all      Commissioner Leon Inman
   Wood also plans to devel-   availability; 22 percent of      Council and the Walnut          term objectives are pro-       NC visitors’ centers along      noted.


BURNING                        building and land, even
                               doing damage to vinyl
                               siding on residences on
                                                                caused by something en-
                                                                tirely different. A man at
                                                                1040 Geeps Road in
                                                                                                Arts Council presents Harriet “Moses” Tubman
Continued from page A1                                                                              In celebration of Black
                               each side of the blazing         King, off Nance Road
                                                                                                History Month, the Stokes
   Firefighters got no         outbuilding. Fire/rescue         near Highway 66, simply
                                                                                                County Arts Council will
rest on Sunday, Feb. 20,       units from Walnut Cove,          dropped a cigarette butt
                                                                                                present “Harriet [Moses]
when two more illegal          Stokes       Rockingham,         into a bucket on the back
                                                                                                Tubman.” This will be a
burns got out of hand.         Salem       Chapel     and       porch, igniting a fire. De-
                               Belews Creek responded           partments from King,            chronicle of the daring
One burned about a half                                                                         life (1820-1913) of the leg-
acre of land.                  to the fire and were able        Sauratown, Pinnacle and
                               to bring it under control        Rural Hall responded to         endary “Moses” – the
   On Monday, Feb. 21,
                                  Meanwhile, Burcham            the emergency call, but         most famous conductor on
Stokes County Assistant
                               and firefighting units           the fire was brought un-        the Underground Rail-
Fire Marshal Travis Grey
was headed to the site of      from Danbury, Saura-             der control rapidly with        road. In her lifetime, the
a fire at 1195 Bray Road       town,     Francisco    and       minimal damage.                 law made it a crime for
in Walnut Cove at about        Lawsonville, along with             Another fire this past       her to learn to read and
3:45 p.m. when the call        officials from the NC            weekend may not have            write; but in her youth,
came about a second            Forestry Service, fought         been caused by illegal          she set her mind to make
fire—this one in Dan-          the blaze on Highway 89                                          a difference against all
                                                                burning. An abandoned
bury. Stokes County Fire       near the curve at Jabo                                           odds…and she became a
                                                                house on Orrell Road,
Marshal Frankie Bur-           Fulp’s place of business.                                        legend.
                                                                just off Mountain Road,             This powerful portray-
cham rushed to the sec-        This fire did extensive          between Meadows and
ond blaze which was            damage to about five                                             al is educational, biogra-
                                                                Danbury, burned to the          phical and inspirational.
caused by yet another il-      acres, stretching all the
                               way up to Piney Grove            ground.     Fire    depart-     Actress Joyce T. Grear
legal burn.
   The fire on Bray Road       Church Road.                     ments from Danbury,             brings Harriet Tubman to       Actress Joyce T. Grear will portray Harriet Tubman at the
was caused when a resi-           It all began when             South Stokes, Sauratown         life in this performance,      Walnut Cove Colored School/Senior Center, 308 Brook
dent poured out ashes          someone was burning              and     Lawsonville     re-     which will be held at the      Street in Walnut Cove, on Saturday, Feb. 26 at 7 p.m.
from a woodstove. The          trash on a dry, windy            sponded to this fire            Walnut Cove Colored
sparks ignited a forest        day.                             which is still under in-        School/Senior Center, 308      who will present a pro-         as seating is limited. Call
fire which burned an out-         A fire on Monday was          vestigation.                    Brook Street in Walnut         gram of dance, starts at        the SCAC for reservations
                                                                                                Cove on Saturday, Feb. 26      6:30 p.m.                       at 336-593-8159 or vis-
                                                                                                at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6         General admission is         itwww.StokesArts.org. For
                                                                                                p.m. with dessert served       $14 per person, seniors         more information about
                                                                                                beginning at this time.        and SCAC members, $12           the actress, please visit
                                                                                                The pre-show performance       and students, $5. Reser-        her website athttp://joyce-
                                                                                                by Miss Imani Graves,          vations are recommended,        grear.com/index.htm.




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                                                                                                Public Records
     LAND TRANSFERS                         Devin King, 19, 1218 Keaton
                                        Road, Westfield, for misdemeanor
                                                                                  ed at Brown Road, King, when $100
                                                                                  damage was done to trees.
                                                                                                                            communicating threats.
                                                                                                                                Travaris Simon, 29, 1104 E-29th
                                                                                                                                                                           ported at Brown Mountain Road, Pi-
                                                                                                                                                                           lot Mountain.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Breaking and entering was re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ported Roy Tuttle Road, Pinnacle,
   In recording deeds, the state of
North Carolina does not require that    possession than less half oz. of              Domestic assault on a female          Street, Winston-Salem, for misde-                  Breaking and entering motor ve-      when $15 damage was done to
the amount paid for property be         marijuana and possession drug             was reported at Ingram Drive, King.       meanor failure to appear. Bond is              hicle, larceny of a firearm and larce-   door.
stated on the deed. However, a tax      paraphernalia.                                Communicating threats were re-        $10,000 secured.                               ny were reported at Smurfs Road,             Trespassing and larceny were re-
stamp at the rate of $2 per $1,000          James Ring, 39, 828 South             ported at South Main Street, King.            Nicklas Sprinkle, 37, 1155 Martin          Danbury, when $300 handgun, $30          ported at Whispering Oaks Road,
valuation or fraction is thereof af-    Church Street, Burlington, for mis-           Smoking prohibited in restaurant      Hill Road, Germanton, for misde-               bookbag, $125 7th edition digital        Pilot Mountain, when $40 flowerpots
fixed to each deed.                     demeanor driving while license re-        and bars, permitee, employee allow-       meanor failure to appear. Bond is              electronics HB book, $880 scientific     were stolen.
   The Stokes County Register of        voked. Bond is $200 secured.              ing intoxicated person to consume         $2,600 secured.                                calculator, $60 multimeter red rubber        Larceny was reported at un-
Deeds recorded the following                Larceny was reported at Ingram        alcoholic beverages ABC Rule                  Rodney Westmoreland, 43, 213               coating/black face, $10 wire strip-      known location when $3 in prescrip-
deeds:                                  Drive, King, when $5 prescription         2S.204 and failure to comply with         Wess Wall Road, for misdemeanor                pers, $10 interchangeable screw-         tions was stolen.
                                        medicine was stolen.                      rule of the ABC commission and AB         domestic violence protective order             driver with various bits, $10                Fraud and larceny was reported
     QUAKER GAP TOWNSHIP:                   Canaan Fulp, 16, 619 Running-         Rule 2S.201 were reported at East         violation.                                     needlenose pilers and $5 US Army         at Ruths Lane, King.
   Robert W. Nickell and wife, Joan-    brook Lane, Rural Hall, for misde-        King Street, King.                            Michael Holt, 28, 1156 Creasey             patrol cap were stolen.                      Elderly abuse was reported at
na B. Nickell, 24 acres more or less,   meanor simple possession of                   Violation of pre-trial release was    Road, Lawsonville, for misde-                      Breaking and entering and larce-     Tilloston Road, Pinnacle.
to Keith C. Bollman and wife, Bar-      Schedule IV and possession of drug        reported at South Main Street, King.      meanor false imprisonment, assault             ny were reported at Joe Joyce Road,          Domestic violence order service
bara A. Bollman, $600.                  paraphernalia.                                Adam Truell, 25, 1306 Roy Tuttle      on a female and communicating                  Madison, when $2,000 chrome              was reported at Grace Road, West-
                                            Crystal Jones, 23, 1001 Flippin       Road, Pinnacle, for misdemeanor           threats.                                       wheels and $1,100 black tires were       field.
     SAURATOWN TOWNSHIP:                Lane, King, for misdemeanor simple        violation of pre-trial release. Bond is       Chad Severt, 18, 2031 Chestnut             stolen.                                      Fraud was reported at Hinsdale
  John A. Parsons (unmarried),          possession marijuana and posses-          $20,000 secured.                          Grove Road, King, for misdemeanor                  Assault on a female, false impris-   Road, Walnut Cove.
John R. Parsons and Marilyn M.          sion drug paraphernalia. Bond is              Resist, delay and obstruct an of-     failure to comply. Bond is $300                onment and communicating threats             Larceny of gas was reported at
Parsons, one lot, to David J. Massie    $5,000 unsecured.                         ficer was reported at Meadowbrook         cash.                                          were reported at Creasy Road, Law-       Highway 704 East, Sandy Ridge,
and wife, Ralphine M. Massie, $130.         Maxwell Southerland, 27, 919          Drive, King.                                  James Farmer, 32, 1221 Creasy              sonville.                                when $45.77 in gas was stolen.
                                        Carson Street, Greenville, Tenn., for         Resist, delay and obstruct, as-       Road, Lawsonville, for misde-                      Vandalism was reported at Clar-          Breaking and entering and dam-
          YADKIN TOWNSHIP:              misdemeanor simple possession             sault inflicting bodily injury and dam-   meanor failure to appear. Bond is              mont Drive, King.                        age to property were reported at NC
    Lockwood properties, LLC, one       Schedule VI Controlled Substance          age to personal property were re-         $5,000 unsecured.                                  Larceny was reported at Highway      772 Highway, Madison, when $50
lot, to Brandy S. Honeycutt and hus-    and possession of drug parapherna-        ported at Augusta Court, King, when           Shannon Sears, 40, 1120 Power-             704, Madison, when $8,000 Ruby           damage was done to door.
band, David W. Honeycutt, $169.         lia. Bond is $150 secured.                $49 damage was done to taser car-         house Road, Walnut Cove, for                   console and $4,000 control boxes             Damage to property was report-
    Branch Banking and Trust Com-           Vicki Hutchison, 52, 1147 Rose-       tridge.                                   felony assault by strangulation and            for pumps were stolen.                   ed at Alamo Drive, Walnut Cove,
pany, one lot, to John R. McGhee        bud Road, Walnut Cove, for misde-             Injury to personal property was       first degree kidnapping. Bond is                   Breaking and entering, larceny       when $30 damage was done to ve-
and wife, Matilda R. McGhee, $402.      meanor driving while impaired and         reported Mountainbrook Drive, King,       $1,500 secured.                                and damage to property were report-      hicle.
    Michael T. Chunn and wife, Don-     left of center. Bond is custody re-       when $200 damage was done to ve-              Angela Wright, 39, 4290 Patter-            ed at Watts Road, Walnut Cove,               Larceny was reported at High-
na F. Chunn, to one lot, Richard Y.     lease.                                    hicle.                                    son Avenue Trlr. 5, Winston-Salem,             when $550 flat screen color TV’s,        way 770, Sandy Ridge, when $4
Highsmith Jr. and wife, Cindy L.            Joshua Myers, 21, 6508 Apart-             Larceny and aid and abet larceny      for misdemeanor failure to appear.             $250 electric piano, $300 playsta-       mail was stolen.
Highsmith, $538.                        ment 8, Legrande Place Lot,               were reported at South Main Street,       Bond is $500 secured.                          tion, $200 VCR’s, $230 stereo and            Breaking and entering, larceny
                                        Lewisville, for misdemeanor assault       King.                                         William Smith, 24, 160 Sky Drive,          two speakers, $200 subwoofer, $5         of motor vehicle and larceny were
    UNDESIGNATED TOWNSHIP:              on a female and violation of 50-B.            Larceny was reported at South         Madison, for failure to appear. Bond           pillowcase, $400 rifle and $350 35       reported at Steele Road, Sandy
   HSBC Mortgage Services, Inc,             Sarah Shew, 16, 1155 Sawbriar         Main Street, King, when $58.50            is $1,000 secured.                             mm camera were stolen.                   Ridge, when $4,500 motor vehicles,
one lot, to Ear Roy Falconer and        Road, Pinnacle, for misdemeanor           power sport battery was stolen.               Christopher Brewster, 29, 1090                 Breaking and entering and larce-     $4,500 ATV’s, $8,000 lawnmowers,
wife, Mary Ruth Falconer, $212.         possession of marijuana and pos-              Electronic communication was          Clear View Drive, Pinnacle, for mis-           ny were reported at Piney Grove          $4,500 tires, $11,000 rims, $500
   Dowell D. Lester and wife, Vivian    session of drug paraphernalia. Cus-       reported at Fair Oaks Center, King.       demeanor worthless check. Bond is              Church Road, Danbury, when $25           carburetor and $800 oil barrel were
E. Lester; John Davis Lester (Di-       tody release.                                 Larceny was reported at South         $250 cash.                                     copper wire and $50 DVD player           stolen.
vorced); Elizabeth Faye Lester              William Baldwin, 22, 811 Wood-        Main Street, King, when $420 US               Brandi Glidewell, 20, 1115                 were stolen.                                 Breaking and entering, and lar-
O’Quinn and husband, Ronald             brook Drive, Greensboro, for misde-       currency was stolen.                      Bellinger Lane, Walnut Cove, for                   Breaking and entering and larce-     ceny were reported at Chatman
O’Quinn; Judy Dianne Lester (Di-        meanor resist, delay or obstruct.                                                   two counts misdemeanor failure to              ny were reported at Beasley School       Drive, Walnut Cove, when $500
vorced); Joyce Belcher Lester and           Jennifer Kinsey, 24, 857 Mead-        WALNUT COVE INCIDENTS                     appear. Bond is $4,500 secured.                Road, Sandy Ridge, when $500             chainsaw, $20 US currency, $20
husband, Jerry Mitchell Lester, one     owbrook Drive, Apt. 6, King, for mis-        The following incidents/investiga-                                                    chainsaw was stolen                      solar lights and $10 phone charger
acre more or less, to Marty W.          demeanor larceny. Bond is $250 se-        tions were reported to the Walnut                   INCIDENTS                                Damage to property was reported      were stolen.
Watkins, $106.                          cured.                                    Cove Police Department recently.              The following incidents/investiga-         at Hunter Creek Road, Walnut Cove,           Harassing phone calls were re-
   David M. Davis and wife, Janet           Jennifer Brown, 28, 857 Mead-         The information includes the area         tions were reported to the Stokes              when $20 damage was done to mail-        ported Duggins Road, Madison.
M. Davis, one lot, to Paul W. Shel-     owbrook Drive, Apt. 6, King, for mis-     where it occurred, the incident and       County Sheriff’s Office recently. The          box and $25 damage to wood post.             Breaking and entering, larceny
ton and wife, Jane M. Shelton,          demeanor aid and abet and larceny.        any additional information provided       information includes the area where                Breaking and entering and larce-     and damage to property were re-
$500.                                   Bond is $250 secured.                     about the incident.                       it occurred, the incident and any ad-          ny were reported at Trinity Church       ported at Vanka Drive, Pinnacle,
   James D. Colquitt Sr. and wife,          Cameron McKinney, 26, 513                                                       ditional information provided about            Road, King, when $2,600 lawn mow-        when $150 damage was done to
Janice A. Colquitt, one lot, Michael    West Dalton Road, King, for misde-           Disturbance was reported at            the incident.                                  er was stolen.                           door,$75 damage to door frame and
T. Chunn and wife Donna F. Chunn,       meanor possession of drug para-           Stokesburg Meadows Court, Walnut                                                             Communicating threats and as-        $30 Scentry warmer line green was
$520.                                   phernalia.                                Cove.                                         Flee/elude arrest with motor ve-           sault were reported at Bud Tilley        damaged, and $700 flatscreen TV,
                                            Billy Rollins, 53, 5186 Spainhour        Possible drunk driver reported at      hicle, fail to heed light or siren and         Road, Pinnacle.                          $450 WII game system bundle, $50
                                        Road, King, for misdemeanor driv-                                                                                                      Assault on a female and commu-       hot pink controller, $40 nanchuck
         MARRIAGES                      ing while impaired.
                                                                                  Highway 65, West, Walnut Cove.
                                                                                     Domestic disturbance was re-
                                                                                                                            reckless driving were reported at
                                                                                                                            Highway 66 and Chestnut Grove                  nicating threats were reported at        controller, $20 box of checks, $500
   The following marriage licenses
                                                                                  ported at Heritage Drive, Walnut          Road, King.                                    Pine Hall Road, Pine Hall.               flat screen TV, $250 gold cluster
were issued recently by the Register
of Deeds:                                     KING INCIDENTS                      Cove.                                         Breaking and entering was re-                  Breaking and entering was re-        wedding ring, $75 gold men’s wed-
                                            The following incidents/investiga-       Hit and run investigation was re-      ported at High Bridge Road, Pinna-             ported at Spainhour Mill Road, Pin-      ding ring and $200 gold herring-
                                        tions were reported to the King Po-       ported at Regency Apartments, Wal-        cle.                                           nacle.                                   bone necklace were stolen.
   Philip Saunders, 25, of King, to
Stephanie, 21, of King.                 lice Department recently. The infor-      nut Cove.                                     Larceny was reported at Rierson
   Steven Duncan, 20, of Walnut         mation includes the area where it            Property damage was reported at        Road, King, when $20 airplane bat-
Cove, to Christin Punturi, 20, of
Walnut Cove.
                                        occurred, the incident and any addi-
                                        tional information provided about
                                                                                  Stokesburg Meadows Apartments,
                                                                                  Walnut Cove.
                                                                                                                            tery and $5 miter saw were stolen.
                                                                                                                                Breaking and entering, larceny                        MOUNTAINVIEW
                                                                                                                                                                                      S K I N                         C A R E
   William Dotson, 33, of Walnut        the incident.                                Agency assist was reported at          and damage to property were re-
Cove, to Jennifer Aragon, 29, of                                                  Highway 65 West, Walnut Cove.             ported at West Dalton Road, King,
                                            Damage to real property was re-                                                 when $350 door and frame were
Walnut Cove.
   Wayne Norman, 51, of Walnut          ported at Mountainbrook Drive,                        ARRESTS                       damaged, and $50 gold vinyl jewelry               PAUL D. WORTMAN, MD
Cove, to Linda Brown, 45, of Walnut     King, when $200 damage was done              The following people were arrest-      box, $200 cosmetic jewelry, $50                             BOARD CERTIFIED
Cove.                                   to vinyl siding, $10 damage to deco-      ed and charged by the Stokes              sleeve Spevco Co. coins, $100                               IN DERMATOLOGY
   Derek Sutcliffe, 53, of Pinnacle,    rative ceramic sign and $15 damage        County Sheriff’s Office. The infor-       Case pocket knife, $100 Winchester
to Ellen Sutcliffe, 50, of Pinnacle.    to trim on screen door.                   mation includes the arrested per-         filet knife and $5 pale yellow pillow
                                            Breaking and entering motor ve-       son’s name, address and charges           cases were stolen.
                                        hicle and larceny were reported at                                                      Breaking and entering and larce-
        KING ARRESTS                    Ingram Drive, King, when $20 black
                                                                                  received.
                                                                                                                            ny were reported at Linden Drive,
   The following people were arrest-
                                        purse, $400 cash and ID cards were            Michael Dunlap, 27, 1115              King, when $5 lock and $400 pres-
ed and charged by the King Police
                                        stolen, and $300 damage was done          Bellinger Lane, Walnut Cove, for          sure washer were stolen.
Department. The information in-
                                        to vehicle window.                        misdemeanor injury to personal                Weapon of mass destruction was
cludes the arrested person’s name,                                                                                                                                              216 Moore Rd., Suite 200 King, NC 27021
                                            Breaking and entering and larce-      property and second degree tres-          reported at Old Highway 52, King,
address and charges received.                                                                                                                                                    Tel. (336) 983-3230 Fax (336) 983-0313
                                        ny were reported at Ingram Drive,         passing. Bond is $1,000 unsecured.        when a hand grenade was seized.
                                        King, when $500 black purse, $60              Jerry Moyano, 21, Martin Luther           Breaking and entering was re-                                   www.mtnviewskincare.com
   Eric Whittaker, 35, 1015 County
                                        social security cards, $300 US cur-       King, Drive Claremount Apts. E,           ported at North Old Highway 52,
Acres Road, King, for felony break-
                                        rency, $100 silver wedding band,          Winston-Salem, for misdemeanor            Pinnacle.
ing and entering and larceny after
                                        nursing credentials and $50 driver’s      injury to personal property. Bond is          Larceny was reported at Highway
breaking and entering. Bond is
                                        licenses were stolen, and $600            $1,000 unsecured.                         772, Madison, when $160 leaf blow-
$3,000 secured.
                                        damage was done to vehicle win-               Matthew Frazier, 21, 1115             er and $35 gas can with diesel fuel
   Sonja Whittaker, 35, 1015 Coun-
                                        dow.                                      Bellinger Lane, Walnut Cove, for          were stolen.
ty Acres Road, King, for felony
                                            Injury to personal property was       misdemeanor injury to personal                Fraud was reported at Mountain
breaking and entering and larceny
                                        reported at South Main Street, King,      property and second degree tres-          View Road, Germanton.
after breaking and entering. Bond is
                                        when $600 damage was done to ve-          passing. Bond is $1,000 unsecured.            Breaking and entering was re-
$3,000 secured.
                                        hicle.                                        Lisa Hood, 22, 264 Anita Drive,
   Andrew Burdette, 19, 1015
                                            Injury to personal property was       Winston-Salem, for misdemeanor
County Acres Road, King, for felony
                                        reported at South Main Street, King       failure to appear and order for ar-
breaking and entering, larceny after
                                        when $2,500 damage was done to            rest. Bond is $300 cash.
breaking and entering and misde-
                                        vehicle.                                      Walter Ruble, 39, 1629 Pine Hall
meanor failure to appear. Bond is
                                            Larceny was reported at               Road, Pine Hall, for misdemeanor
$3,500 unsecured.
                                        Spainhour Road, King, when $9,000         assault on a female and two counts
   Briana Canter, 18, 226 Brookcliff
                                        aluminum tandem trailer was stolen.
Drive, King, for felony breaking and
                                            Obtaining property by false pre-
entering and larceny after breaking
                                        tense was reported at Moore Road,
                                                                                   Jamies Recycling
and entering. Bond is $2,500 unse-
                                        King.
cured.
                                            Larceny was reported at Planta-
   Linda Hicks, 47, 572 Golf Course
Road, Pilot Mountain, for misde-
meanor driving while impaired, fail-
                                        tion Drive, King, when $200 Wii con-
                                        sole and two controllers were
                                        stolen.
                                                                                       Center
ure to maintain lane control and
                                            Injury to real property was report-
open container. Bond is custody re-
lease.                                                                                      CANS
   Timothy Harrison, 17, 1054 Mick-                                                 #1 COPPER & #2 COPPER
ey Road, Westfield, for misde-                                                        PLEASE CALL FOR
meanor simple possession Sched-
ule VI Controlled Substance, pos-                                                          PRICES
session drug paraphernalia and
maintain vehicle/dwelling place for                                                 BUYING ALUMINUM, BRASS
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                                                                                     Opinion
     Letters to the                                              Paying homage to                                                                                                   The Old
                                                                                                                                                                                     Paths

         editor
Bryan Holloway                  pulling and tugging be-
                                tween counties and the
                                state and commissioners
                                                                 local black heroes                                                                                                 Leslie Bray



on top now                      and boards of education to
                                                                    Recently I read a quote by the
                                                                 actor Morgan Freeman that made
                                                                                                              priceless. Wiencek has no ties to the
                                                                                                              story—he is not black nor is he a                 Although segregation had been
                                get the funds to run our         me stop and think. He stated: “I             Southerner. He just found the story           illegal since 1964, the movie the-
Dear Editor,                    schools. He knows what
   In the Civil War TV se-                                       don't want a Black History Month.            a riveting one that needed telling.           ater, laundromat and town restau-
                                teachers endure and prin-
ries by Ken Burns, the his-                                      Black history is American history.”             If you don’t have time to read the         rant had never been integrated. But
                                cipals endure and what
torian Shelby Foote re-                                          In theory, I agree with his state-           entire book, I suggest reading at             after that warm March day in 1968,
                                students need and aren't
counts an encounter be-                                          ment. In reality, I do not.                  least Chapter 13—“The Liberation              desegregation slowly became the
                                getting. As the year
tween a freed slave and             grinds on, he may find          In an ideal world, there would be         of Walnut Cove.” I have lived in and          mode in the Cove. Soon, blacks did-
his former master, a Con-       himself helpless to do any-      no Black History Month. I, like              around Walnut Cove all of my life             n’t have to sit in the balcony to
federate     officer  under     thing but be swept along         Freeman, aspire to that type of              but was stunned that I had no                 watch movies anymore, and they
guard, recently captured        with the Republican and          world. However, we live in an im-            knowledge of what happened in                 could wash clothes at the laundro-
in battle. The black man        voter demand for fiscal re-      perfect world which makes Black              1968, per Wiencek’s account.                  mat.
looks again and begins to       straint regardless.              History Month necessary if we are               Did you know there was a                       I am privileged to have known
smile, "Mornin,' Marsta             As the adage goes, be-       to learn of the historical accom-            protest march in Walnut Cove in               two of these modern-day heroes.
John. Seem like de bottom       ware of what you want for        plishments of a prominent minority           the midst of the ’60’s desegregation          John L. Hairston, now deceased,
rail on top now."               you may get it. The jury is      in this country.                             troubles? Did you realize there was           was my principal for three years at
   Bryan Holloway is sa-        still out on whether to pre-        Another famous quotation by a             a small version of a sit-in (stand-in)        London and visited my home a few
voring the same triumph         pare our children for an         distinguished black American is              at Vernon’s Grill on Main Street,             times when my mother, a reading
in Raleigh. For six years as    uncertain future; less is        also indicative of the ideal world I         Walnut Cove? I plan to read aloud             teacher at the school, had the facul-
Stokes County's represen-       somehow       better   than      dream of. Carter G. Woodson, an              Chapter 13 next week to my chil-              ty over for get-togethers. He was a
tative, he has endured be-      more.                            African-American         scholar   who       dren; they need to know what strug-           man of such class and character
ing young and Republican                                         founded the Journal of Negro Histo-          gles were faced right here in their           that I get misty-eyed thinking of
in a legislature dominated      Don Elliott                      ry and is called the Father of Black         hometown.                                     him. I can see his gentle eyes now
by the Democratic Party. If     King                             History, said: “We should emphasize             When Stokes County was or-                 and hear his kind, well-modulated
he wasn't on the back row,                                       not Negro History, but the Negro in          dered to hop (reluctantly) onto the           voice.
then he languished on the
next row up. He once            Behavior -                       history. What we need is not a his-
                                                                 tory of selected races or nations, but
                                                                                                              bandwagon of desegregation, the
                                                                                                              decision was made to close the all-
                                                                                                                                                                Greg Hairston is now the pastor
                                                                                                                                                            of Rising Star Baptist Church in the
ranked 110th out of 120
   House members in the         dispositions and                 the history of the world void of na-
                                                                 tional bias, race hate and religious
                                                                                                              black London High School. The
                                                                                                              black community rose up to protest,
                                                                                                                                                            London community of Walnut Cove.
                                                                                                                                                            I have been privileged to be in
ability to get something
done (as was commented          manners to riots                 prejudice.”
                                                                    A world free from prejudice and
                                                                                                              turning out en masse at a public
                                                                                                              meeting with the school board.
                                                                                                                                                            prayer meetings and church servic-
                                                                                                                                                            es with him. I never fail to be
on by this writer.) That
                                                                 racism? That’s where I want to live.         There their beloved and longtime              moved each year when I see him
was then.                       Dear Editor,
                                                                 Unfortunately, that address is still         London High principal, John L.                march down Main Street, Walnut
   Holloway's present for-         A people in contradic-
                                                                 unknown. And thus, we must have a            Hairston, delivered a stirring                Cove, yet again during the MLK
tunes underscore the new        tion to God’s Moral Law
order in the Legislature.       are not fit nor can attain       Black History Month.                         speech. He urged the school board             March.
He has moved up front and       the freedoms of civilized           What a great time this is to re-          not to close the school but to inte-              These are those who may never
basks under the benevo-         society. The Bible affirms,      mind ourselves that American his-            grate it.                                     be written up in a history text for
lent gaze of the new Re-        and history attests the          tory isn’t just one hue. How wonder-            His impassioned pleas, quite out           school children, but they have a
publican House leader-          same.                            ful it is to learn of great accomplish-      of character for this soft-spoken             place on the unwritten honor roll of
ship. He is a man to be            Freedom to base be-           ments by men and women of color—             man, seemed to fall on deaf ears.             black heroes. There are others who
reckoned with as the            havior and equality for all      deeds and names that often are not              Rather than concede defeat, the            won’t even get a mention in a book
chairman of two important       in the name of democracy         in the textbooks. Black History              student council of London High                like Wiencek’s—the Frank Daltons
House committees, both          (mobocracy) is the propa-        Month has helped me to decorate              chose to protest the decision. Greg           who coached integrated baseball
dealing with education.         ganda of the deceitful,          my Wall of Heroes in multi-colors.           Hairston, a senior at the school, and         teams when that wasn’t the popular
Educators       who     once    masquerading communist              George Washington Carver—love             other student government leaders              way, the Malcolm Dixons who run
walked by now stop and          - the enemy of freedom.          him. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.—             such as John L.’s daughter Mona,              basketball camps to offer local black
tip their hats. Money is        The murderous Commu-             wow. Harriet Tubman—crazy about              led a march down Main Street, Wal-            children opportunities to be active
tight. To get what money        nist dictator of the Soviet      her. John L. Hairston—heart him.             nut Cove, amidst heckling and jeers           in worthwhile activities and escape
there is leads to Holloway.     Union, Joseph Stalin,            Rev. Greg Hairston—I tip my hat.             from white bystanders.                        the vicious cycle of drug abuse and
   To date Holloway has         said: “America is like a            Oh. What? You don’t remember                 As the group approached Ver-               poverty in this area.
shown himself a party           healthy body and its re-         reading about the last two in your           non’s Grill, student leader Vincent               Today I pay homage to these un-
stalwart. He has promised       sistance is threefold: its       History 101 class? Well, that’s prob-        Withers declared that he was                  sung heroes who have labored to es-
never to raise taxes and        Patriotism, its Morality,        ably because they are homegrown              thirsty and was going into the still-         cape the old paths of racial discrim-
seems determined to live        and its Spiritual Life. If       heroes. They are featured in a book          segregated restaurant to get a soda.          ination and forge new highways for
with the result in the face     we can undermine these           that gained national acclaim, The            Despite efforts to stop him, Withers          the brotherhood of mankind. And I
of a multi-billion dollar       three areas, America will        Hairstons, by Henry Wiencek, who,            entered after local deputies in-              will continue to agree with the im-
state shortfall. He may         collapse from within.”           by the way, is coming to the Walnut          formed the owner that there was               mortal words of Dr. Martin Luther
welcome the chance to              Choose to cherish the         Cove Colored School at 2 p.m. on             nothing legally they could do to pre-         King Jr.:
show his anti-tax, small-       God of the Bible’s words         Sunday, Mar. 13.                             vent a black man from entering the                “I refuse to accept the view that
government theories can         and virtue, to find free-           If you haven’t read this book,            front of the establishment rather             mankind is so tragically bound to
work - not just to win elec-    dom over the issues of life      you’ve missed a treat. It examines           than going to the back door per               the starless midnight of racism and
tions but to run a govern-      and keep your Nation             the lineage of the Hairstons who             longstanding tradition. Withers en-           war that the bright daybreak of
ment.                           free.                            are a huge family all across the U.S.        tered, ordered and drank a soda and           peace and brotherhood can never
   But Holloway is a for-                                        but whose origin is Stokes County.           quietly exited.                               become a reality.... I believe that
mer history teacher and         E.A. Timm                        The story is spellbinding; the book,            Walnut Cove changed forever                unarmed truth and unconditional
has lived with all the          Walnut Cove                      well-written; and the information,           that day.                                     love will have the final word.”



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prayers go to Ralph Hart-       is welcome; please call Peg-     mayd03@nationwide.com;            Fun Run begins at 8:30 a.m.        fice at 336-
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Maude Hall, Fred Barton,        972-7934 for your appoint-       contact David May for any             There is a $5 discount on          Stokes
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June Tedder, Frank Gordon,      and all donors will be regis-    ber.                              register. Online      registra-    YMCA
Juanita Gordy, Ricky Gor-       tered to win one of two pairs       Chestnut Grove UMC,            tion at www.active.com clos-       events: In-
don, Harvey Gordon, Peanut      of Delta Airline tickets.        1024 Volunteer Road, in-          es on Mar. 10. Call Zollie         quire about
Martin, Mike Joyce, Sandy          Josephine           Hooker    vites the community to The        Smith at 336-608-9049 or           the many programs, includ-           Stokes Partnership for
Jones, Ronnie Southern, Bill    Combs, 89, resident of Arch-     Potter's Touch, a weekend         email                              ing Afterschool Care, Per-        Children (SPC) is pleased to
Cain, Kathleen Mendenhall,      dale, formerly of King,          series of services for spiritu-   zollie.smith@gmail.com for         sonal Training and Nutri-         announce a photo contest
Robert Carroll, Randy Wall,     passed away on Tuesday,          al renewal. Rev. Sallye           more information. Partici-         tion Consultations, by call-      featuring young children,
Lorene Hooker, Julia Nance,     Feb. 15, 2011. She was born      Hardy from Richmond, Va.          pants are asked to bring           ing 336-985-9622 or visit the     ages birth to five. Children
Louise and Jim Huggins,         in Stokes County, daughter       will be leading the congrega-     three cans of non-perishable       website at www.stokesym-          featured must reside in
Joel New, Hazel Kirby, Alice    of Joseph Nicholas and           tion in four sessions as they     food which will be donated         ca.org.                           Stokes County. The 2011
Booze, Frances Johnson          Amanda Gordon Hooker.            examine the potter and clay       to KOM.                                The following technology      theme is “Let’s Get Physi-
Vance, Pat Sands, Joe and       She married Grady Ford           passages in the Bible.                The Seeds of Hope min-         training opportunities are        cal,” which places focus on
Katherine Kiser, Robert         Combs on March 1, 1940              The weekend begins Fri-        istry of Quaker Gap Baptist        provided free of charge at        the importance of exercise
Carroll, Clatis Hunsucker,      and moved from King to           day, Mar. 4, at 7 p.m. Thad       Church is prayerfully mak-         the King Public Library’s         as part of a healthy lifestyle.
Lois Robertson, Frank Mar-      Thomasville.                     Cox, from West Stokes High        ing plans to facilitate a day      Gentry Technology Center.            Prizes are to be awarded
tin, Harvey Tedder and Pas-        Take advantage of the         School, will join the partici-    camp for the week of July          Please call the library to        to the photographers of the
tor Daniel Salmon.              King Chamber of Com-             pants during their Satur-         11-15 at Mount Olive Ele-          register at 983-3868 or           winning entries with first
   Our      sympathy     and    merce! Tip of the Week:          day morning session from          mentary School in King for         email          them          at   place being a $100 gift card,
prayers go to the families of   Take advantage of promot-        10 a.m.-noon. That evening        children who have been             kin@nwrl.org.                     second place a $50 gift card
recently deceased family        ing your business through        there will be a potluck din-      adopted, are in the foster             --Introduction to Com-        and third place a $25 gift
members: Josephine Hooker       the KCC’s website listings       ner at 5:30 and service at 7      care system or are consid-         puters – Thursday, Feb. 24,       card. Each photographer
Combs, Feb. 15, 2011; Max       and links to your website.       p.m. The weekend will con-        ered “at risk.” To insure this     from 2-4 p.m.                     who submits an entry will
Norris Baker, Feb. 17, 2011;       On Tuesday, Mar. 1,           clude on Sunday morning,          camp is completely cost-free           --Free Email Basics           be given a children’s book,
Lloyd Everett Dalton, Feb.      from 6–7:30 p.m., David L.       Mar. 6, at the 9:30 worship       to the children, the Seeds of      Class – Monday, Feb. 28, at 2     with a limit of one book per
19, 2011; and Zeb Vance         May Nationwide Agency            service. If you need further      Hope team is hosting a ben-        p.m.                              photographer. All prizes and
Hall Jr., Feb. 20, 2011.        will host a dinner and semi-     information, please call the      efit motorcycle ride in beau-          --Google and Beyond –         books must be picked up at
   On Monday, Feb. 28, the      nar entitled, “Solving the In-   church at 983-9657.               tiful Stokes County on Sat-        Monday, Mar. 7, from 2-4          SPC or at the tenth annual
American Red Cross Blood-       come Retirement Puzzle” at          Arbor Ridge at Stan-           urday, Apr. 30. More info is       p.m.                              Little Folks Festival to be
mobile will be at Trinity       Little Italy Italian Restau-     leyville Retirement Living        available at www.quaker-               --Free Job Search Class       held Saturday, Apr. 16, at
United Methodist Church         rant, 612 South Main Street      with Assisted Services, cur-      gap.info/seeds-of-hope.html.       using resources from career       King Elementary School.
from 2–7 p.m. in the fellow-    in King. Please RSVP by          rently under construction, is         Camp Chill (Choose             and job search resources on          All entries will be on dis-
ship hall located at 725 W.     Mar. 1 by calling (336) 983-     now accepting reservations.       Health in Living Life) is a        NCLive – Monday, Mar. 14,         play at the Little Folks Fes-
                                                                 Anyone interested is encour-      one-week overnight camp            from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.              tival. All entries must be re-
                                                                 aged to stop by the office on     experience, June 12-17, fo-            As one of its services, the   ceived by Mar. 4, and there
                                                                 site at 900 Ziglar Road, Win-     cusing on health lifestyles        King Public Library pro-          is a $5 entry fee per photo-
                                                                 ston-Salem, or call 336-377-      through nutrition lessons,         vides a selection of Federal      graph submitted. Entry
                                                                 2195 for information.             fun     physical     activities,   Tax Forms. Contact the li-        forms must accompany all
                                                                    The Rotary Club of King        team-building and tradi-           brary at kin@nwrl.org or by       photographs and are avail-
                                                                 will host the annual Feed         tional camp programming.           calling them at 983-3868.         able for download at
                                                                 Stokes 5K on Saturday, Mar.       Fee includes follow-up re-         Copies of Federal Tax Forms       www.stokespfc.com or can
                                                                 12. All proceeds will benefit     union/assessment Oct. 22           can also be obtained at           be picked up at Stokes Part-
        P.O. Box 647 • Walnut Cove, N.C. 27052
                                                                 King Outreach Ministries.         for participant and one par-       www.irs.gov. The State of         nership for Children.
          Tel. 336-591-8191 • FAX 336-591-4379                                                                                                                             On Feb. 28, there will be
                                                                 Registration and packet           ent. For further informa-          North Carolina does not
                                                                 pickup will begin at 7 a.m.       tion, please contact Terri         provide tax forms to public       a workshop entitled “IT’S
                  Gary Lawrence, Publisher
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                  Leslie Bray, News Editor                                                                                            obtain forms by mail at no           Infant/Toddler         Safe
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                                                                                                         What’s Going On
    Editor’s Note: Events listed in the cal-   up at SPC or at the 10th annual Little          please contact a local NWRL library.          Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program          nual meeting of the South Stokes Fire                        Thu., Mar. 11
endar must be submitted in writing. Cal-       Folks Festival to be held Saturday, Apr.                                                      has just begun at the gym at First Christ-     Department, Inc. will be held on Feb. 26          Teen dating program—In obser-
endar items are not accepted over the          16, at King Elementary School. All entries         Income tax assistance—There will           ian Church in King. This class is provided     at 7 p.m. at the main station on Flat         vance of National Teen Dating Violence
telephone. Information may be e-mailed         will be on display at the Little Folks Festi-   be help with income tax returns at the        by NWPCOG-Area Agency on Aging and             Shoals Road. The community is invited.        Awareness Month and by proclamation
to levans@thestokesnews.com or faxed           val and must be received by Mar. 4; there       Walnut Cove Senior Center, 308 Brook          taught by Alexis Gabard.                                                                     of Mayor John Hodgkin, Mothers on a
to 591-4379. The deadline is 3 p.m. Mon-       is a $5 entry fee per photograph submit-        Street, in April on the second Tuesday.                                                                      Mon., Feb. 28                 Mission Domestic Violence Outreach
day prior to publication. The calendar is      ted. Entry forms must accompany all pho-        Call for an appointment at 336-591-5442.         Technology classes—The following               Blood drive—The American Red               Organization presents “From Victim to
reserved for non-profit organizations,         tographs and are available for download         The fee will be based on the return.          technology training opportunities are pro-     Cross Bloodmobile will be at Trinity Unit-    Volunteer,” a teen safe dating and
school and community events. Ongoing           at www.stokespfc.com or can be picked                                                         vided free of charge at the King Public Li-    ed Methodist Church, 725 W. Dalton            parental intervention program, on Mar.
calendar items will publish the last week      up at SPC.                                          Fitness Challenge—The Stokes              brary’s Gentry Technology Center: Intro-       Street, King, on Feb. 28 from 2–7 p.m.        11 from 6–8 p.m. in the South Stokes
of each month. They will publish at other                                                      County Recreation Department will hold        duction to Computers – Thursday, Feb.          Everyone is welcome. Call Peggy at 972-       High School Auditorium, 1100 South
times as space allows. Items may be                Drama classes—The Stokes County             their 2011 Fitness Challenge through          24, from 2-4 p.m.; Free Email Basics           5817 or Phyllis at 972-7934 for an ap-        Stokes High Drive, Walnut Cove. There
submitted two weeks prior to the event.        Arts Council will sponsor The Living Sto-       Mar. 31. Earn points by doing activities at   Class – Monday, Feb. 28, at 2 p.m.;            pointment. Photo ID is required, and all      will be information on teen dating vio-
Because of space limitations, some an-         rybook Drama Classes for interested             the Recreation Department. The partici-       Google and Beyond – Monday, Mar. 7,            donors will be registered to win one of       lence awareness, intervening as a par-
nouncements only appear the week of            Stokes County students, ages six                pant with the most points will win a prize    from 2-4 p.m.; Free Job Search Class us-       two pairs of Delta Airline tickets.           ent, signs of abuse and open discus-
the event. If you have a legal requirement     through teens, at King Recreation Acres,        pack from the Recreation Department.          ing resources from career and job search                                                     sion. For more information, contact
to publish an announcement, you must           107 White Road, King, every Wednesday           Those with 20 or more points will be en-      resources on NCLive – Monday, Mar. 14,             Early childhood opportunity—On            “Mothers on a Mission” at
purchase advertising space.                    evening through Mar. 30 (unless in-             tered into a random drawing for a second      from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Please call the li-       Feb. 28, Stokes Partnership for Children      336.577.5403.
                                               clement weather extends schedule).              prize pack. Come in, call 593-8165 or         brary to register at 983-3868 or email         will hold a workshop entitled “IT’S SIDS:
    Silent auction—Last month's signed         Classes will be taught by Peter and             email b.hicks@ymcanwnc.org to sign up.        them at kin@nwrl.org.                          Infant/Toddler Safe Sleep and Sudden                           Sat., Mar. 12
book, Tough Customer by Sandra Brown,          Christina Holland, the Directors of Once                                                                                                     Infant Death Syndrome Risk Reduction              FAFSA Day—On Mar. 12, from 10
was a big hit. This month the Friends of       Upon a Blue Ridge, a touring profession-            Fitness challenge—The Walnut                             Thu., Feb. 24                   in Child Care.” This is mandatory for child   a.m.-1 p.m., the King Public Library will
the Library have a special title, Wish You     al theatre company. For more information        Cove Senior Center will be offering a fit-       Thirty-One party—The Stokes                 care providers of children 0-12 months,       host a FAFSA Workshop. Parents and
Well by author David Baldacci. Drop by         on classes and content, contact them at         ness challenge, 9:45-10:30 a.m., through      County Recreation Department will be           every three years. It will be presented by    students can come in and have free as-
the library and place a bid that started       hollands@onceuponablueridge.com or              Mar. 10. Each participant will be given a     hosting a Thirty-One Party on Feb. 24          Dianne Durham, KidSource CCR&R Co-            sistance in filling out their Federal stu-
David Baldacci's Wish You Well Founda-         call them at 276-952-6370. To register or       BodyWorks Fitness Challenge Card to be        from 5-7 p.m.                                  ordinator at SPC from 6:30–8:30 p.m. A        dent aid forms.
tion!                                          inquire about the cost of each class,           punched each time they attend a class.                                                       meal is provided. Pre-registration is re-
                                               please contact the SCAC at (336) 593-           After six punches, fitness Challenge                           Fri., Feb. 25                 quired. There is no charge for parents,           5K and Fun Run—The Feed
    Federal tax forms—As one of its serv-      8159       or      e-mail    them      at       Prizes such as water bottles, pedometers         Pickin’ at Priddy's—Priddy’s Gener-         families, grandparents and foster par-        Stokes 5K & Fun Run will be held on
ices, the King Public Library provides a se-   stokesarts@co.stokes.nc.us.                     and t-shirts will be awarded. Classes will    al Store at 2121 Sheppard Mill Road in         ents; there is a $7 fee for child care        Mar. 12 at Recreation Acres in King.
lection of Federal Tax Forms. Contact the                                                      be done in sitting and standing postures.     Danbury presents "Pickin’ At Priddy's          providers. Division of Child Development      The Fun Run begins at 8:30 a.m., and
library at kin@nwrl.org or by calling 983-         Photography contest—The North-              Call the Senior Center at 591-5442 for        2011: Friday Nights in February.” On Feb.      (DCD) credits will be given. Contact Kid-     the 5K starts at 9 a.m. Participants can
3868. Copies of Federal Tax Forms can          western Regional Library is holding their       details/registration.                         25, the entertainers will be Snow Creek        Source Child Care Resource and Refer-         register online at www.active.com,
also be obtained at www.irs.gov. The           annual traveling photography contest,                                                         Old Tyme Band from 7-9 p.m. Music is           ral staff at 336-985-2676 or 800-559-         pick up a registration brochure at the
State of North Carolina does not provide       open to all registered library patrons              Computer Basics Classes—Com-              held inside the store; food is available for   5606 or www.stokespfc.com for more in-        Stokes Family YMCA or e-mail cox-
tax forms to public libraries; however,        whose primary source of income is not           puter Basics I classes, provided by           purchase. For more information, call           formation.                                    tarstate@att.net to have a registration
forms can be obtained by mail at no cost       photography. A person may register for a        Forsyth Tech, will run through Mar. 17        (336) 593-8786.                                                                              form e-mailed to them. Also, there will
by calling 1-877-252-3052, 1-800-829-          library card at any branch library in Al-       (Tuesdays and Thursdays) in the Gentry                                                                          Sun., Mar. 6               be race day registration beginning at 7
3676, or by going online to                    leghany, Stokes, Surry or Yadkin coun-          Technology Center at the King Public Li-                      Sat., Feb. 26                      Teen Tech Week—Mar. 6-12 is Teen          a.m. at the community building at
http://www.dor.state.nc.us/downloads/indi-     ties. This year’s theme is “Celebrate!” All     brary. Computer Basic II is scheduled for         Bluegrass/gospel         music—The         Tech Week at the King Public Library.         Recreation Acres. Before race day, the
vidual.html.                                   submitted images must be created using          Mar. 29-May 10. Contact the library at        Patrick County Music Association in Stu-       Teens are invited on Wednesday                Fun Run costs $10 and the 5K, $20.
                                               film or digital camera. Branch libraries will   (336) 983-3868, or Forsyth Tech/Stokes        art, VA, will host a free bluegrass and        evening, Mar. 9, from 6-8 p.m. or Friday      The day of the race, fees increase $5
   SPC photography contest—Stokes              be accepting entries through Feb. 21. A         County Center, (336) 593-5402 - Ext:          gospel music show Feb. 26 at Rotary            afternoon, Mar. 11, from 4-6 p.m. for a       each. All registrants will receive a long-
Partnership for Children is hosting Let’s      photography workshop will be held on            1104, for additional information. Registra-   Field, Stuart, VA. Doors open at 3:30          Tech Savvy Scavenger Hunt! Participants       sleeved race t-shirt. All proceeds will
Get Physical, a photo contest featuring        Tuesday, Mar. 8, at 5:30 p.m. at the            tion, class fees and the textbook may be      p.m., music starts at 4. The line-up is as     will learn more about the outrageous pos-     benefit King Outreach Ministry. All par-
Stokes County children, ages birth to five,    Charles H. Stone Memorial Library in            taken care of at the Forsyth Tech North-      follows: Lone Ivy String Band; Highway         sibilities of NCLive while enjoying snacks    ticipants are asked to bring three non-
with a focus on the importance of exer-        Pilot Mountain. A reception serving             west Center in King, 311 Big Oaks Drive,      South; Narrow Road; Herbert, Tina and          and getting the opportunity to win cool       perishable food items which will be do-
cise. First place is a $100 gift card, sec-    heavy hors d’oeuvres will follow at             (336) 734-7050. Senior citizens age 65+       Cathrine Conner; Chords of Faith and           prizes. They may bring their own laptop       nated to the KOM food pantry. Call
ond place a $50 gift card, third place a       6:45 p.m. at which time awards will be          may qualify for reduced tuition.              headliner act, Wood & Steel.                   or borrow one of the library’s. Anyone        Zollie Smith at (336) 608-9049 or e-
$25 gift card and to each entrant, a chil-     presented. Both events are open to                                                                                                           with another type of Internet surfing gadg-   mail zollie.smith@gmail.com for more
dren’s book—all of which must be picked        the public. For more information,                  Arthritis exercise program—The                Fire department meeting—The an-             et is invited to share it with the others.    information.



                                                                   What’s Happening in Area Churches
   Editor’s Note: Events listed in the         Williams at (336) 983-0550 for more             there will be family movie night and          4-6. Rev. Sallye Hardy from Rich-              registration cost is $10. The Run             28, at 7:30 p.m. with Kenny Heath;
church calendar must be submitted in           information or to register. This life-          snacks. For more information, please          mond, VA, will be leading, examining           will take place at 9 a.m. and will            Tuesday and Wednesday, Mar. 29
writing. Church calendar items are             changing program teaches families               contact Carolyn Lowery at 336-997-            the potter and clay passages in the            cost $20. Registration must be                and 30, at 7:30 p.m. with Ron
not accepted over the telephone. In-           and individuals how to handle their             2057.                                         Bible on Mar. 4 at 7 p.m. On Saturday          done by Mar. 5. Participants may              Perkins. There will be special
formation may be e-mailed to lev-              money through common-sense prin-                                                              morning, Mar. 5, from 10 a.m.-noon,            register online at www.trinityumck-           singing nightly. Nursery is provided.
ans@thestokesnews.com or faxed to              ciples and small group accountability.                          Sat., Feb. 26                 Thad Cox from West Stokes High                 ing.com or call Kay Spilker at 983-
591-4379. The deadline is 3 p.m.                                                                   CAP panel discussion—The                  School, will be giving a pottery               6447. Proceeds will benefit mission
Monday prior to publication. Ongoing
church calendar items will publish the
                                                   DivorceCare seminar—There will
                                               be a DivorceCare seminar held at
                                                                                               Christian Awareness Program will
                                                                                               host “A Panel Discussion” on Feb. 26
                                                                                                                                             demonstration. That evening there
                                                                                                                                             will be a potluck dinner at 5:30 and
                                                                                                                                                                                            projects supported by the youth
                                                                                                                                                                                            group.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              HOWELL
last week of each month. They will             Living Word Ministries, 313 Newsome             at 3 p.m. at the Pine Hall Baptist            service at 7 p.m. The weekend will                                                            HOWELL-NELSON
publish at other times as space al-            Road, King, through Apr. 25. All ses-           Church, Pole Bridge Road, Pine Hall.          conclude on Sunday morning, Mar.                            Mon., Mar. 21                      FUNERAL SERVICES
lows. Items may be submitted two               sions are held on Monday evenings               Teen panel concepts range from re-            6, at the 9:30 worship service. For              Youth revival—Withers Chapel
weeks prior to the event. Because of           from 7-9 p.m. There is a $12 registra-          spectful relationships to communica-          more information, please call the              United Methodist Church Youth,                    & CREMATORY
space limitations, some announce-              tion fee. Call 985-4938 for more infor-         tion to all sorts of abuse; adult panel       church at 336-983-9657.                        2793 Pine Hall Road, Belews
ments only appear the week of the              mation or visit www.lwmking.com.                subjects are similar. Participants will                                                      Creek, will be having a youth revival                    MOUNT AIRY
event.                                                                                         be broken down into four age groups:                        Sat., Mar. 19                    Mar. 21-22 at 7 p.m.                                     336-786-2121
                                                               Fri., Feb. 25                   ages 6-8, 9-12, 13-17 and 18-adult.              5K and Fun Run—The Youth at
   Financial     classes—Financial                 African American Read-in—On                                                               Trinity United Methodist Church will                        Sun., Mar. 27                           PILOT MOUNTAIN
Peace University (FPU), the 13-week            Feb. 25 at 6:30 p.m., the public is in-                      Fri., Mar. 4                     hold a 5K and Fun Run on Mar. 19.                 Revival—Gospel Baptist Church,
program taught by Dave Ramsey, are             vited to join Rev. Lowery and Pine                 Spiritual     renewal—Chestnut             The Run/Walk event will take place             1104 Mill Street, Pinnacle, will have          336-593-8131 or 336-368-1200
being offered at The Rock Church,              Hall Missionary Baptist Church for              Grove United Methodist Church,                at West Stokes High School. The                a revival Mar. 27 at 11 a.m. and 6             www.howellfuneralservices.com
416 West King Street in King. The              their African American Read-in. There           1024 Volunteer Road, King, invites            Walk will start at 8:30 a.m., and the          p.m. with John Byerly; Monday, Mar.                                         00384167
classes began Jan. 27 and continue             will be an introduction to books for all        the community to The Potter's Touch,
weekly at 7 p.m. Contact Keith                 ages from pre-k to adults. Afterward,           a weekend of spiritual renewal, Mar.


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                                                           Friends and Neighbors
                              Obituaries                                               Sympathy to the                                                              London
                                                                                                                                                                     News
    COLLINS
     Mrs. Nellie Ina Hylton Collins, age
                                             passed away on Monday, February 22,
                                             2011 at his home. He was born in
                                             Stokes County on December 4, 1933 to
                                                                                       two local family                                                             Marilyn
  83, of Westfield, passed away on Febru-                                                 Happy birthday to the following:
  ary 16, 2011 at Forsyth Medical Center.    the late Hildreth McCauley and Artie
                                             Mae Reid Pettitt.
                                                                                       Weldon Smith, Tommy Johnson, Anto-                                            Booe
  She was born in Patrick County, VA, on                                               nio Scales, Carolyn Payne, Willie B.
  September 27, 1927 to the late Elijah                                                Hairston, Sandra Watson and Deborah
  Pleasant and Lucretia Bowman Hyl-            SMITH                                   Dalton, Feb. 21; Gregory Dixon Jr., Feb.
                                                Mr. Michael Lynn Smith of Stokes                                                         Harold Lash Sr., Evelyn Hampton, El-
  ton.                                                                                 22; Sammy G. Hairston and Albert Dal-
                                             County is gone fishing with the Lord.                                                       nora Hairston, Diane Manns, John
                                                                                       ton, Feb. 26; David Goolsby, Feb. 24;             Earl Manns, Helen Price, Joe B. Mar-
    HILL                                     He passed away Tuesday evening, Feb.
                                                                                       Ronald Parrish, Otha Golden, Feb. 27              tin, Claude Johnson, Thelma Johnson,
     Mr. Aubrey Eugene “Gene” Hill, age      15, at The Howard and Joan Woltz Hos-
                                             pice Home in Dobson.                      and Carlos Morris, Feb. 28.                       Kathy Bennett, Renna Linville, Jo Ann
  58, of Pinnacle, passed away on Satur-
                                                He is survived by two daughters,          Continue to pray for our sick and              Hopkins.
  day, February 19, 2011 at his home. He
                                             Wendy Smith and Michelle Smith; one       shut-ins: Frances Carroll, Johnny                     Our sympathy is extended to the
  was born in Forsyth County on Decem-
                                             stepdaughter, Vicki Vaden; the mother     Mitchell, Naomi Martin, Weldon                    family of Mr. Elbert Galloway Sr. of
  ber 7, 1952 to Aubrey Lee Hill and Vio-
                                             of his children, Cynthia Kerns; and six   Smith,    Louise     Martin,    Tommy             Madison. Also to the family of Edward
  lena Coon Hill.
                                             grandchildren, Blue Osbourne, C.C.        Mitchell, William Hairston, Sarah J.              Q. Martin of Kernersville.
                                                                                       Welch, Joe Chester Welch, Dick Welch,                 Our thought for the week: Patience
    PALMER                                   Smith, Aliyah Vaden, Benjamin Ham-
                                                                                       Doray Gibson, J.W. Gibson, Patricia               and prayer is always needed in your
     Mrs. Barbara Ann Palmer, age 66,        lin, William Hamlin and Bradley Sut-
                                             phin.                                     Gibson, Delgrater Bailey, Faye Bailey,            life.
  wife of Mr. Billy Palmer of Old Forge
  Road, Pilot Mountain, passed away             Spencer Funeral Directors are in
                                             charge of arrangements.
  Thursday, February 17, 2011 at the
  Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-
  Salem. Mrs. Palmer was born in Surry         VADEN
                                                                                       Sandy Ridge Ruritans                                                     Sandy Ridge
  County to the late Ellis Fred and Min-
  nie E. Rogers Jester.
                                                Ronna Bowman Vaden, age 47, of
                                             Fremont, Indiana, passed away on Fri-
                                             day, February 18, 2011 at her resi-
                                                                                       meet Thursday                                                               News
                                                                                           The Sandy Ridge Ruritan Club will
    PETTITT                                  dence. She was born in Surry Co. on       meet Thursday night Feb. 24 at 7 p.m. at                                       Lena
    Mr. Victor Allen Pettitt, age 77, hus-   December 10, 1963 to Ronald and Ruby      the community building.
  band of Violet Pettitt, of Pinnacle,       Flynn Bowman.                                 Plans are underway for a revival to be                                    Priddy
                                                                                       held at Oak Ridge Baptist Church Mar.
                                                                                       27-30. The guest speaker will be Dr. Eric
                                                                                       Grindstaff, pastor of Chapel Hill Baptist         tist Church would like to thank the youth
                                                                                       Church in Madison.                                and their leaders of the church for the
                                                                                           Jackie Hawkins remains on the sick            Valentine Banquet that they gave them
                                                                                       list.                                             Saturday night at the church fellowship
                                                                                           Sympathy is extended to the family of         hall.
                                                                                       Harvey Webb who died recently at his                 Those celebrating birthdays this week
                                                                                       home.                                             are Lee Lawrence, Feb. 21; McKayla Fix
                                                                                           Ted Grogan underwent surgery recent-          and Danielle Stovall, Feb. 24; and Boggie
                                                                                       ly.                                               Watson, Feb. 26.
                                                                                           Charles Stovall is on the sick list.             The Sandy Ridge baseball and softball
                                                                                           Orell Amos celebrated his 87th birth-         will hold their final sign-up for the Babe
                                                                                       day Wednesday, Feb. 16, at his home and           Ruth League on Saturday, Mar. 5, from 10
                                                                                       enjoyed visits by friends and family.             a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Sandy Ridge Com-
                                                                                           Pansy Steele Tilley is on the sick list.      munity Building. Please contact Robert
                                                                                           The senior citizens of Oak Ridge Bap-         Shew with questions at 871-2402.



                                                                                       Ruritans selling tickets
                                                                                                                                                                 Nancy
                                                                                       for cash giveaway                                                     Reynolds News
                                                                                          The Rock House Ruritan club contin-
                                                                                       ues to have a turkey shoot every Satur-
                                                                                       day night at their building located on                                      Juanita
                                                                                       Hwy. 268 East, five miles from Pilot                                        Gordy
                                                                                       Mountain. Food is available at 5 p.m.,
                                                                                       with the shooting beginning at 6 p.m.
                                                                                       Come out and eat supper and fellowship            having some heart problems.
                                                                                       with friends and neighbors. We do appre-             Betty Humphries visited me Sunday
                                                                                       ciate your support.                               morning.
                                                                                          We were sorry to hear of the passing of           R. J. Bennett celebrated his birthday
                                                                                       James Templeton and Barbara Palmer of             recently. Jacque Sams made him a ba-
                                                                                       Pilot Mountain. We extend sympathy to             nana cake.
                                                                                       these families.                                      Betty Collins has been to the beach.
                                                                                          The Rock House Ruritans are also sell-            Nancy Speaks planted her potato
                                                                                       ing tickets for their annual $5,000 cash          patch Saturday.
                                                                                       giveaway which will be on May 7. See                 Nancy, Ruth and I went to Mt Airy to-
                                                                                       any of our members for a ticket.                  day enjoying lunch at Arby's. I do wish
                                                                                          Mrs Ida Weller is now in rehab after           they would put one in Pilot Mountain!



                                                                                       KING                              www.stokespfc.com for more
                                                                                                                         information.
                                                                                                                             The King Senior Center
                                                                                                                                                          room soup
                                                                                                                                                             2 cans golden cream of
                                                                                                                                                          mushroom soup
                                                                                       Continued from page A4            is closed for building repairs      2 soup cans of water
                                                                                       are relevant for families         Fri., Feb. 25-Mar. 2. Games
                                                                                       (parents, grandparents, fos-      will be at 1 p.m. at the King       Wash roast and place in
                                                                                       ter parents, etc.) and child      Library on Friday, Feb. 25,      pot. Put dry onion soup over
                                                                                       care providers. A meal is         and Wed., Mar. 2. On Mon-        roast; add golden cream of
                                                                                       provided at each training.        day, Feb. 28, and Tue., Mar.     mushroom soup and two
                                                                                                                         1, Bingo will be held at         cans of water. Cook on low
                                                                                       Pre-registration is required.
                                                                                                                         King Dialysis at 8:30 a.m.       heat until tender. I usually
                                                                                       For all workshops, there is       and 1:30 p.m. On Tue., Mar.
                                                                                       no charge for parents, fami-                                       cook this in a crockpot
                                                                                                                         1, bridge will be held at 2
                                                                                       lies, grandparents and fos-                                        overnight. This makes a
                                                                                                                         p.m. at the King Library.
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               Church




                                                                       Are You Ready?
                                                                        ---by Jerry Pence
                                                   Matthew 25:1-13 is the parable of the ten virgins. The primary purpose of this
                                           parable, like many others, is to provide a lesson on what the kingdom of Heaven is like.
                                            The "just" of this parable is that the kingdom of Heaven will consist of only those who
                                                                          have made proper preparation.
                                                  The parable tells of ten young women of marrying age who took their lamps and
                                           went to meet the bridegroom. Five of the women were wise and took extra oil for their
                                             lamps, but five were foolish and did not. The bridegroom delayed his coming until
                   midnight and the women fell asleep. When the announcement came that the bridegroom was coming, the
                women awoke to lamps without oil. The wise women who had prepared for a long wait and had brought extra oil
                 but the foolish women had not. The foolish women were unprepared and went to buy oil for their lamps at the
               last minute, but it was too late. While they were gone to buy oil, the groom came and the wise women went with
                           him. When the foolish women returned they found the door locked and they could not enter.
                           When we fail to prepare for eternity with God by obeying his commands, we too will be unprepared for
                Christ when he comes again. At that point, it will be too late to prepare and we will locked out of an eternity with
                    Him in Heaven. Like the women in the parable, just wanting to be with God is not enough. We must be
                   prepared. God's plan of salvation calls for belief that the bridegroom is God's son (John 8:24) and that he is
                 coming; but it also calls for other preparation. You can read about those who loved God enough to prepare for
               Jesus' return in your Bible. Some of examples of those who properly prepared can be found in these scriptures: Acts
                 2; Acts 8; Acts 9; Acts 10; Acts 16. Further information about this preparation can be found in these scriptures:
                 Romans 10:17; John 8:4; Luke 13:3; Matthew 10:32-33; Mark 16:15-16; Acts 22:16; Romans 6:3-7; Galatians
                  3:27; Revelation 2:10. Come worship with us this Sunday and learn more about preparing for Jesus' return.
                Jerry is the minister for the South Stokes Church of Christ, located 1 ½ miles south of King on Old 52 Rd.
                             1223 S. Old 52 Rd., PO Box 483, King, NC 27021, 336-969-5498, jerrypence@rocketmail.com
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                                                          Friends and Neighbors
                                                                                                                   Four generations of Carrolls
                                                                                                                       Thomas Robert Carroll,       Jayne and her son Robbie
                                                                                                                   of King, will be 90 years old    Adkins and daughters Riley
                                                                                                                   on May 26, and he is proud       and Molly. The fourth line
                                                                                                                   of the four, four generations    is through Jayne and her
                                                                                                                   in his family. He is presently   daughter Renee' Adkins
                                                                                                                   in Forsyth Medical Center        Domeier and twins Elliott
                                                                                                                   recovering from chemother-       and Violet.
                                                                                                                   apy treatment for Lym-               Robert's other children
                                                                                                                   phoma.                           are son Danny Carroll and
                                                                                                                       The first line is through    his wife Nancy, daughter-in-
                                                                                                                   Robert's son, Perry Carroll,     law Brenda Carroll, son-in-
                                                                                                                   and his daughter Jennifer        law Eddie Hill and grandson
                                                                                                                   Carroll Noped and her            Justin Carroll and wife Kel-
                                                                                                                   daughters Katherine and          ley. His     grandchildren's
Carroll turns 103                                                                                                  Caroline. The second line is
                                                                                                                   through Robert's daughter
                                                                                                                                                    spouses are Joel Noped,
                                                                                                                                                    Kristen Adkins, Brittany
                            Submitted photo                                                                        Jayne Carroll Hill and her       Adkins and Caleb Domeier.
Robert “Bob” Carroll, longtime Stokes                                                                              son Brock Adkins and             Robert's wife Gretchen
County historian and former columnist                                                                              daughters Kinsey and Ella.       Kiser Carroll died in 2009
for The Stokes News, turned 103 on Feb.                                                                            The third line is through        on Dec. 31.
1. Friends and family celebrated his
birthday on Sunday, Jan. 30, with a lunch
at the Mayflower restaurant in Rural
Hall. Fifty-five people attended, includ-
ing his daughter (Cecilia King) who is
pictured with him and his brother Pete
who just turned 95 last month. Carroll
also celebrated at his retirement resi-
                                                  Sandy Ridge couple
dence, Arbor Acres, where workers had
a birthday cake and a gathering for him.      celebrates 65th anniversary
                                              Charlie and Pauline Francis of Sandy Ridge celebrated their 65th
                                              wedding anniversary Feb. 15. They have two daughters, three
  Visit us online at                          grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. They both are Stokes
                                              County natives and have lived in Stokes County their entire lives.                                                  Submitted picture
www.thestokesnews.com                         Charlie is age 89 and Pauline is age 91.                             Thomas Robert Carroll is pictured on Feb. 13 with sev-
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                             ports
Clark earns Coach of the Year honor
By Ryan Sarda
Sports Editor
                                                     to finish last and I think we used it as motiva-
                                                     tion. I think it made everyone work a little bit
                                                     harder because we wanted to prove the
   Jason Clark will never put himself ahead of       doubters wrong.”
his team.                                               Clark says that between last season and this
   Even when the South Stokes head basket-           season, he didn’t really do anything differently
ball coach wins an award for the amazing             when it came it to coaching.
turnaround the Sauras have had this season,             “The biggest thing was that these guys start-
he’s not the kind of guy to give all the credit      ed buying into our system,” said Clark. “They
to himself without crediting his players first.      started doing things for the betterment of the
   Clark, who is in his fifth varsity season with    team. These guys bought into the team aspect.
the Sauras, won the Northwest 1A/2A Confer-          Once they started playing as a team, the wins
ence Coach of the Year award at the conclusion       started coming. It’s easy to stop one guy, but it’s
of the conference tournament last Friday at          hard to stop seven guys playing together. I’m
West Stokes High School.                             very proud of my kids. I couldn’t have gotten
   “This is more of a team award rather than an      this without them.”
individual award. I couldn’t have done this
without these kids. They’ve worked hard for me             SAURAS, WILDCATS AND
all season long. I’m just a small piece of the
puzzle. I’m lucky to coach a good group of kids,”           VIKINGS HIGHLIGHT
said Clark, who has coached the Sauras to a 20-           ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS
6 record this season.                                  The West Stokes trio of Austin Fleming, Ja-
   Clark coached the Sauras to a third place fin-    cob Nunn and Andrew Smith were named to
ish in the conference this season, a year after a    the All-Conference team for the Northwest
5-18 season. He has coached them to the sec-         1A/2A Conference.
ond round of the NCHSAA 2-A state playoffs             Joining them is the South Stokes trio of
after beating Thomasville in the opening round       Nick Adams, Cole Greene and Jaron Withers.
on Monday night.                                     North Stokes’ Matt Hopkins was also named
   After last year’s disappointing season, the       to the All-Conference squad.
Sauras were picked to finish dead last in the          Honorable mention nods went to Will Ben-
Northwest Conference at the beginning of this        nett and Luke Hunter (West Stokes), Chris
2010-11 season, something senior Cole Greene         Hairston and Josh Wright (South Stokes) and
said Clark reminded his team of that and used        Ryan Wilson and Austin Tilley (North Stokes).
it as motivation.                                      The conference’s Player of the Year award                                                                          Jimmy Kuhn/The Stokes News
   “We knew from the very beginning that we          went to Jerran Foster of Winston-Salem Prep.                South Stokes head coach Jason Clark was named the Northwest Conference
weren’t a last place team,” said Greene. “Coach      Foster led the Phoenix to the tournament cham-              Coach of the Year after last week's conference tournament. Clark coached the the
Clark kept telling us about how we were picked       pionship victory over West Stokes last Friday.              Sauras to a 20-6 overall record and a third place finish in the league this season.



                                                                                                       Sauras move on to second round
                                                                                                       By Ryan Sarda                    season with just five wins      knew that Thomasville
                                                                                                       Sports Editor
                                                                                                                                        and no playoff appearance.      was a scrappy team and
                                                                                                                                          This year, the Sauras         was very athletic,” said
                                                                                                         What a difference a year                                       Clark, the reigning Coach
                                                                                                                                        are on their way to the sec-
                                                                                                       makes.                                                           of the Year in the North-
                                                                                                                                        ond round of the NCHSAA
                                                                                                         At this time last year,        2-A West state tournament       west    Conference. “We
                                                                                                       South Stokes head coach          after beating Thomasville       knew that we would have
                                                                                                       Jason Clark was in the           75-64 in the opening round      to play smart against
                                                                                                       process of collecting uni-       on Monday night in Wal-         them and not settle for
                                                                                                       forms and warm-ups from          nut Cove.                       quick shots. I thought we
                                                                                                       his players as the Sauras          “I was a little nervous       did a good job of getting
                                                                                                       had already ended their          before the game because I           See SAURAS, page B6




                                                                       Jimmy Kuhn/The Stokes News
West Stokes’ Josh Spainhour goes in for a layup in the Northwest 1A/2A Conference
Tournament championship game against Winston-Salem Prep last Friday night in
King. The Wildcats, the regular season conference champions, beat Wheatmore 46-
29 in the opening round of the 2-A West state playoffs on Monday night.



Wildcats hold off tough
Warriors, advance in playoffs
By Ryan Sarda                  West Stokes did.                    state playoffs on Mon-
Sports Editor
                                 The Wildcats strug-               day night in King.
                               gled   offensively  but               Wheatmore came pre-
  At this stage of the high    managed to defeat a                 pared and its gameplan
school basketball season,      well-prepared    Wheat-                                                                                                                    Jimmy Kuhn/The Stokes News
                                                                   was to shut down 3-point
the objective of the game is   more squad 46-29 in the                                                 South Stokes senior Cole Greene (right) drives around Thomasville defender Tevin
                                                                   threat Jacob Nunn and to
to survive and advance.        opening round of the                                                    Davis during Monday night’s first round 2-A West state playoff game at South Stokes
  That’s exactly what          NCHSAA       2-A   West              See WILDCATS, page B6              High School. The Sauras won 75-64 and advanced to the second round.



                                                                                                 East Wilkes eliminates North
                                                                                                 Stokes from state tournament
                                                                                                 By Ryan Sarda                                        The Lady Cardinals (20-5) advanced to the
                                                                                                 Sports Editor
                                                                                                                                                    second round where they hosted Albemarle
                                                                                                                                                    (16-6) in the second round on Monday night.
                                                                                                   The East Wilkes Lady Cardinals made sev-
                                                                                                                                                      Lemons led North Stokes with 22 points in
                                                                                                 eral defensive stops in the final minute to
                                                                                                 knock the North Stokes Lady Vikings out of         her final game in a Viking uniform. She com-
                                                                                                 the opening round of the NCHSAA 1-A state          mitted the foul that sent Green to the free
                                                                                                 tournament on Monday night in Ronda.               throw line with 11 seconds remaining.
                                                                                                   Jodie Lemons gave the Lady Vikings a 47-           Miranda Clary added nine points for the
                                                                                                 45 lead after hitting two crucial free throws      Lady Vikings.
                                                                                                 with 50 seconds remaining in the game.               North Stokes had led most of the fourth
                                                                                                   The Lady Cardinals closed out the game           quarter Monday night until the final
                                                                                                 on a 6-0 run; four of those points came from       minute. But the Vikings never could pull
                                                                                                 critical steals in the waning seconds of the       away by more than three points.
                                                                                                 game.                                                Green finished with 11 points for East
                                                                                                   East Wilkes point guard Erin Royal tied          Wilkes. Samantha Adams added 14 points.
                                                                                                 the game with a bucket with just 29 seconds        Royal had 9 points, Parks 6, Brittany Diorio
                                                                                                 remaining in the game. On the ensuing pos-         6 and Shanisha White 5.
                                                                                                 session, the Cardinals stole the ball and Shi-       Lemons finished with 22 points for North
                                                                                                 na Parks put in the go-ahead basket with 14        Stokes. Miranda Clary added 9 points. Kasey
                                                                                                 seconds remaining.                                 Nickelston finished with eight in the loss.
                                                                                                   On the next play, the Lady Cardinals stole
                                                                                                                                                      Lady Wildcats upset Lincolnton in open-
                                                                                                 the inbounds pass away from the Lady
                                                                                                                                                    ing round
                                                                                                 Vikings. North Stokes immediately fouled
                                                                                                 with just 11 seconds left.                           The West Stokes girls’ basketball team up-
                                                                                                   East Wilkes senior Kendra Green knocked          set Lincolnton 52-40 in the opening round of
                                                                                                 down both free throws for the final 51-47          the 2-A West state playoffs on Monday night.
                                                                                                 margin.                                              The Lady Wildcats advanced to the second
                                                    Andy G. Dalton/ The Wilkes Journal Patriot     The loss ends the season for the Lady            round where they will battle Salisbury, the
North Stokes player Hannah McBride (center) drives to the hole while being                       Vikings, who finished with a 14-13 overall         No. 1 seed out of the Central Carolina Confer-
guarded by East Wilkes defenders Samantha Adams (15) and Erin Royal. The                         record. North Stokes also finished in fourth       ence, on Wednesday night in Salisbury.
Lady Vikings sustained a first round exit of the 1-A state tournament, falling 51-               place in the Northwest 1A/2A Conference, a           Results from Wednesday night’s game
47 to East Wilkes on Monday night.                                                               year after finishing in fifth.                     were not available by presstime.
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                                                                                   Sports

Lemons named Northwest Conference Player of the Year
By Ryan Sarda                                                                                                                basketball scholarship.          more exposure to colleges
Sports Editor                                                                                                                                                 by playing in this game.”
                                                                                                                                “I’ve got a little bit more
                                                                                                                             time before I have to make
  Hard work really does                                                                                                      any       decisions,”     said       WARDEN,
pay off.                                                                                                                     Lemons. “I’m just going to        MITCHELL AND
  Just ask North Stokes                                                                                                      see what happens and see
                                                                                                                                                              MITCHELL NAMED
girls’ basketball player                                                                                                     if I get offered anywhere.”
Jodie Lemons.                                                                                                                   Bullins is very confident     ALL-CONFERENCE
  The senior was honored                                                                                                     that Lemons has the abili-          Joining Lemons on the
at the conclusion of the                                                                                                     ty to play at the next level.    All-Conference team was
Northwest 1A/2A Confer-                                                                                                                                       teammate Liz Warden,
                                                                                                                                “She puts a lot of time
ence Tournament last Fri-                                                                                                                                     whose game winning free
                                                                                                                             and effort into this game,”
day night with the league’s                                                                                                                                   throw last Monday night
                                                                                                                             said Bullins. “Her work          against      East    Surry
Player of the Year award,                                                                                                    ethic is second to none.         clinched a spot in the 1-A
beating      out     Bishop                                                                                                  She won’t have a hard            playoffs for the Lady
McGuinness star Megan                                                                                                        time adjusting to the            Vikings.
Buckland.                                                                                                                    amount of basketball that           West Stokes Lady Wild-
  Lemons, who averaged                                                                                                       she will have to play. I         cat Keonna Mitchell and
21.3 points per game and                                                                                                     know that she’ll bring it        South Stokes Lady Saura
11 rebounds per game this                                                                                                    every night.”                    Stephanie Mitchell were
season for the Lady                                                                                                             On Monday, it was also        also named to the All-Con-
Vikings,     was    initially                                                                                                announced that Lemons            ference team.
shocked when the an-                                                                                                         was named to the roster             All three county schools
nouncement was made                                                                                                          for team North Carolina in       had a duo of players that
that she was the league’s                                                                                                    the 14th Annual Carolinas        were     given    honorable
player of the year.                                                                                                          All-Star Basketball Clas-        mention nods for the All-
  “I was very excited when                                                                                                   sic.                             Conference team.
I learned that I had won                                                                                                        Lemons was one of 10             North Stokes’ Miranda
the award,” said Lemons.                                                                                                     seniors from the state se-       Clary and Kasey Nickel-
“At the same time, I was                                                                                                     lected to represent North        ston; South Stokes’ Keyon-
also kind of shocked. We’re                                                                                                  Carolina in the game. The        na Joyner and Hannah
in a conference with a                                                                                                       game, which will held on         Wood; and West Stokes’
great player like Megan                                                                                                      March 14th in Myrtle             Ashley Baughman and
Buckland and I really                                                                                                        Beach, S.C., will be an ex-      Taigh Mitchell were hon-
thought she was going to                                                                        Jimmy Kuhn/The Stokes News   hibition game against the        orable mentions for the
get it. I was very excited      North Stokes senior Jodie Lemons led the Lady Vikings to the semifinals of the Northwest     top 10 seniors from South        Northwest 1A/2A All-Con-
when I learned that I was       1A/2A Conference where they lost to North Surry last week. Lemons was named the con-         Carolina.                        ference team.
getting it.”                    ference's player of the year, averaging 21.3 points and 11 rebounds per game.                   “Being invited to this           North Surry head coach
  Lemons, also runs cross       with an accomplishment female who’s worked any                   As far as her college       game was very exciting,”         Shane Slate was given the
country and track for the       like this.”                     harder than her. She’s a plans         are     concerned,    said Lemons. “I definitely       coach of the year award af-
Lady Vikings, says that
                                   North Stokes head coach born winner. I’m so proud Lemons says she is keep-                wasn’t expecting that. It’s      ter coaching the Grey-
she excelled in both sports                                     of her, she’s very deserving ing all of her options open     going to be an adventure         hounds to the regular sea-
to help keep her in shape       Gary Bullins was extreme-
                                                                of this award.”                but would love to get a       and hopefully, it’ll give me     son championship.
for basketball season.          ly happy for Lemons’ big
  “This is why I worked so      accomplishment.
hard in a variety of               “She’s a great player
sports,” said Lemons. “It       and more importantly,
feels good to know that         she’s a great kid,” said
your hard work pays off         Bullins. “I’ve never met a



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                                                                                                                                Sports

Phoenix edge Wildcats to win tournament championship
By Ryan Sarda                                         period to take a 47-43
Sports Editor
                                                      lead headed into the
                                                      fourth quarter.
   Already playing with-                                 It was a lead that the
out defensive specialist                              Phoenix would never re-
Luke Hunter, who missed                               linquish.
his third straight game                                  “When we had to sit
due to a high ankle                                   Fleming in the third
sprain, the West Stokes                               quarter, I think that real-
Wildcats were already                                 ly got us,” said Dan
undersized.                                           Spainhour. “At that point
   Once Austin Fleming                                the momentum had kind
was hit with his fourth                               of shifted their way and
personal foul in the third                            once Fleming went out,
quarter, the lineup got                               they kept that momen-
even smaller for the Wild-                            tum going in their direc-
cats and Winston-Salem                                tion.”
Prep was able to take ad-                                Winston-Salem       Prep
vantage.                                              extended its lead to eight
   The Phoenix, who had                               at 51-43 with 5:30 re-
lost to West Stokes three                             maining in the game, but
times already this season,                            Will Bennett and Andrew
knocked off the Wildcats                              Smith were determined to
64-58 in the fourth meet-                             keep the Wildcats in it.
ing to win the Northwest                                 Bennett recorded a
1A/2A Conference Tour-                                steal and drove the
nament last Friday night                              length of the floor for the
at West Stokes High                                   layup. On the ensuing
School in King.                                       possession,       Winston-
     “I think we really                               Salem Prep missed a shot
missed Luke,” said West                               and Green scored on an-
Stokes head coach Dan                                 other layup to cut it 51-47
Spainhour. “When we                                   with 3:15 remaining.
played them last, Luke                                   On the next play, Win-
played down low and was                               ston-Salem Prep’s Ja’ron
able to help contain some                             Foster scored on a 3-point
of their big guys. Not hav-                           play.    The    foul    was
ing him this time around                              charged to Fleming for
really hurt us. But we                                his fifth and final foul of
can’t use it as an excuse.                            the night.
Prep is a good team and                                  The 3-point play put
deserved to win.”                                     the Phoenix back up 54-
   The Wildcats held a                                47.
slim 33-32 lead before                                   Bennett and Green,
Fleming was whistled for                              again, did everything
his fourth personal foul                              they could to bring the
with 5:03 remaining in                                Wildcats back in it. Ben-                                                                                                                         Jimmy Kuhn/The Stokes News
the third quarter. Once                               nett knocked down two                                 West Stokes’ Austin Fleming goes up for an easy layup in last week’s championship loss to Winston-Salem Prep in
the big man went out, the                             free throws and Green hit                             the Northwest 1A/2A Conference Tournament.
Phoenix took a 34-33 lead                             another layup to make it
less than 30 seconds lat-                             56-51 with 1:14 remain-                               time      around,”     said   Wildcats. Jacob Nunn           The Wildcats suffered       They were joined by Nick
er.                                                   ing.                                                  Spainhour. “You can’t get     added 13 points.     Josh    their first lost since Jan.   Adams of South Stokes.
   Josh Spainhour scored                                 The Wildcats could get                             into foul trouble against a   Spainhour     contributed    5 and were unable to re-      Winston-Salem      Prep’s
on a 3-point play to help                             no closer as Winston-                                 team like that. They also     with 11 and Smith            peat as conference tour-      Foster and D.J. Bishop
give the Wildcats the lead                            Salem Prep celebrated its                             scored a lot of points in     chipped in with 10 points.   nament champions.             were also named to the
back at 36-34, but the                                first victory against them                            transition and that really      Winston-Salem      Prep      After the game, Nunn        all-tournament team.
Phoenix closed outscored                              this season.                                          hurt us.”                     was led by Foster’s 16       and Fleming were hon-           McClinton was named
the Wildcats 13-7in the fi-                              “I thought they were re-                             Fleming finished with       points and Greg McClin-      ored after being named to     the tournament’s Most
nal three minutes of the                              ally hard to guard this                               15 points to lead the         ton’s 12.                    the All-Tournament team.      Outstanding Player.



Nunn and Fleming Greyhounds outlast Lady Vikings in semifinals                                              By Ryan Sarda                 n’t have an answer to it.”     North Surry was paced       plasch finished with nine
                                                                                                            Sports Editor
                                                                                                                                                                                                     for the regular season

lift Wildcats to
                                                                                                                                            The Lady Vikings en-       by Morgan Midkiff ’s 10
                                                                                                                                          tered the fourth quarter                                   conference champions.
                                                                                                              Despite trailing late in                                 points.   Nichole    Rum-
                                                                                                                                          trailing    34-19.    They
                                                                                                            the fourth quarter to No.     turned it up defensively
                                                                                                            1 seed North Surry, the

championship game
By Ryan Sarda
                                         NOTICE OF PUBLIC
                                                                                                            fourth-seeded
                                                                                                            Stokes
                                                                                                                                North
                                                                                                                      Lady Vikings
                                                                                                            weren’t going down with-
                                                                                                                                          and started forcing the
                                                                                                                                          Lady Greyhounds to turn
                                                                                                                                          the ball over several

                                                                                                                                                                                       HEARING
Sports Editor                                                                                                                             times in the final stanza.
                                                                                                            out a fight.
                                                                                                                                            North Stokes opened up
   Last Monday night, it was Will Bennett and Josh                                                            The Lady Vikings took
                                                                                                                                          the fourth quarter on a
Spainhour that had the hot hands for the West Stokes                                                        a 15-point deficit and
                                                                                                                                          14-5 run and limited the
Wildcats.                                                                                                   trimmed it to six late in                                  Notice is hereby given that the Town of Walnut Cove
                                                                                                                                          Lady Greyhounds to just
   Last Wednesday night, it was Jacob Nunn and Austin                                                       the fourth quarter, but                                    Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing at 7:00
Fleming’s turn to carry the load.                                                                                                         10 points in the period.
                                                                                                            couldn’t get any closer as                                 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1, 2011 at the Walnut Cove Senior
   The duo scored 16 points apiece to lead the top-seeded                                                   they fell 44-35 in the             BISHOP
                                                                                                                                                                       Center located at 308 Brook Street, Walnut Cove, N.C. The
Wildcats to a 47-30 victory over No. 5 seed Surry Central                                                   semifinals of the North-       MCGUINNESS WINS
in the semifinals of the Northwest 1A/2A Conference                                                                                                                    public is invited to attend.
                                                                                                            west 1A/2A Conference           TOURNAMENT
Tournament last Wednesday night in King.                                                                                                    CHAMPIONSHIP               The purpose of this hearing is to garner public input re-
   After trailing 11-10 after the first quarter, West Stokes                                                Tournament            last                                 garding the Board’s intent to re-convey property to the
                                                                                                            Wednesday night at West         In the championship
climbed back and outscored the Golden Eagles 14-5 in                                                                                                                   original owner, without consideration. The property in
the second quarter.                                                                                         Stokes High School.           game of the Northwest
                                                                                                                                          Conference, the Bishop       question was gifted to the Town for the purpose of a Town
   All 14 of the Wildcats’ points second-quarter points                                                       Jodie Lemons led the
were scored by Nunn and Fleming. Nunn drilled two 3-                                                                                      McGuinness Lady Vil-         Hall by Mrs. Lois Dodson Smith and is located at 202 Sec-
                                                                                                            Lady Vikings with 23
pointers and had a layup to close out the second quarter                                                    points,    including    10    lains defeated the Lady      ond Street, Walnut Cove, NC, 27052. The property con-
with eight points, while Fleming added all six of his in                                                    points in the fourth          Greyhounds 32-29 to win      sists of two tax parcels: PIN 6962-06-37-7884 and PIN
the paint to give the Wildcats a 24-16 cushion at the half.                                                                               the conference tourna-       6962-06-37-8855.
                                                                                                            quarter. Her 3-pointer
   The Wildcats never looked back from there as they
                                                                                                            with 1:04 remaining in        ment.                                                                 Homer Dearmin
outscored the Golden Eagles 23-14 in the second half to
advance to their second conference tournament champi-                                                       the game cut the deficit        The Lady Villains, who                                               Town Manager
onship in the school’s 12-year history.                                                                     to 39-33.                     advanced to the finals
   “I thought we had to really grind it out,” said Dan                                                        “This team doesn’t give     with a 57-40 victory over                                                         00384160

Spainhour. “That’s a credit to Surry Central, too. Like I                                                   up,” said North Stokes        Mt. Airy in the semifi-
said, we all know each other real well at this point of the                                                 head coach Gary Bullins.      nals, were led by Megan
year.”                                                                                                                                    Buckland’s nine points
                                                                                                            “North Surry did a great
   Josh Spainhour also chimed in with 12 points in the
victory, 11 of which came in the second half. The only                                                      job defensively. They         and Sammi Goldsmith
other scorer for the Wildcats was Andrew Smith, who                                                         play a great man-to-man       finished with seven in
chipped in with three points.                                                                               defense and we just did-      the victory.


                                      PUBLIC NOTICE
   NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, the Chairman of the Stokes County Board
   of Commissioners has called a Special Meeting for Friday,
   March 4, 2011 at 9:30 am to start discussion regarding proposals received in
   reference to Stokes Reynolds Memorial Hospital, Inc. There will be an open session
   followed by a closed session for the following pursuant G.S. 143-318-11:

             • To prevent the disclosure of information that is privileged or confidential pursuant to
               the law of this State or of the United States, or not considered a public record within
               the meaning of Chapter 132 of the General Statutes G.S. 143-318.11(a)(1)
             • To discuss matters relating to the location or expansion of industries or other
               businesses in the County pursuant to G.S. 143-318.11(a)(4)

             • To consult with an attorney employed or retained by the public body in order to
               preserve the attorney client privilege between the attorney and the public body, which
               privilege is hereby acknowledged pursuant to GS 143-318.11(a)(3).


   The public is invited for the open session of the Special Called Meeting.

   The Board will enter into a Goals Planning Session directly following the Special
   Meeting.

   The Special Meeting and Goals Session Planning will be held at the Ronald Wilson
   Reagan Memorial Building (Administrative Building-Third Floor- Conference Room)
   located at 1014 Main Street, Danbury, NC.




   Darlene M Bullins
   Clerk to the Board

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                                                                                              Sports

  WALNUT COVE YOUTH       STOKES COUNTY YOUTH
                         BASKETBALL LEAGUE SCORES
BASKETBALL LEAGUE SCORES
        K-2ND GRADE DIVISION                              TH(13) — A.J. Boyd 9, Madelyn McKin-
                                                                                                             Saturday, February 12, 2011
                                                                                                         4TH-6TH GRADE BOYS DIVISION
                                                                                                        Jerry       Wilkins
                                                                                                       Helsabeck Hall Ins 28
                                                                                                                                  Electric     43,
                                                                                                                                                            Saturday, February 19, 2011
                                                                                                                                                        Northwest Hardware 39, Moore-
                                                                                                                                                     fields Automotive 17
                                                                                                                                                        NWH (39)— Noah Spainhour 20,
   Meadows Automotive 25, Legends                       ney 2, Lane Perdue 2                            JWE(43) — Landon Wilkins 22, Riley           Patrick Thigpen 15, Jeryus Rice 2, Mitch
Hair Salon 22                                                                                          Hall 12, Reid Petit 7, Bryson Merritt 2       Hampton 2
   MA (25) — Tyler Mabe 15, Sam Ander-                     Yontz Home Improvements 23,                  HHI (28) — Andrew Westmoreland 20,              MA (17) — Bailey Moran 6, Cole Chaf-
son 3, Malachi Evans 2, Conner Rothrock                 Team Lemons 10                                 Garrett Finchum 8                             fin 5, Jonah Moorefield 4, T.J. Magaraci 2
2, Miranda Tedder 1, Larson Gallimore 1,                   YHI (23) — Andrew Tilley 13, Mallory
Even Ashley 1                                           Tedder 4, Nolan Warren 2, Cason Stanley           King Kitchen 42, Moorefields Auto-
                                                        2, Mackenzie Yontz 2                                                                           Mickey Tuttle Guttering 61, KIC
   LHS (22) — Conner Young 9, Tanner                                                                   motive 24
Hobson 7, Conner Shaw 3, Landon                            TL (10) — Lane Perdue 4, Rudy Chavez                                                      53
                                                                                                          KK (42) — Adam Hartle Hartle 22,             MTG (61) — Josh Turner 19, Joshua
Hawkins 2, Taylor Landreth 1                            2, Chase Finney 2, Chad Sisk 2
                                                                                                       Caleb Hearn 10, Trevor Whittman 4,            Mickey 18, Jordan Clodfelter 14, Calvin
  Team Phillips 14, Team Cassidy 8                        Betty's Country Grocery 60, Hall             Devin Thompson 4, Daniel Duvall 2             Vandergriff 6, Daniel Collins 4
  TP (14) — Tatyana Childress 10, Dar-                  Oil and Propane 21                                MA (24) — Jonah Moorefield 9, Cole           KIC (53) — Logan Sprinkle 24, Adam
ius Penn 2, Vanessa Lawson 1, Nick                        BCG (60) — Tylig Hairston 13,                Chaffin 8, Colby Beckner 4, Bailey Moran      Mayes 17, Mason Dowling 12
Heavener 1                                              Rashaun Smith 13, Devan Hairston 13,           2, T.J. Magaraci 1
  TC (8) — Blake Hughes 4, Laura Cas-                   Anthony Dixon 13, Alex Dixon 6, Brett
                                                                                                                                                      Ann Chilton Realty 40, Jerry
sidy 2, Nathan Joyce 1, Ethan Morgan 1                  Washburn 2                                       Hartgrove Lawn Care 28, Mickey
                                                          HOP (21) — Brady Dudley 14, Ben                                                            Wilkins Electric 39
                                                                                                       Tuttle Guttering 22
      3RD-4TH GRADE DIVISION                            Bowen 4, Keylan Coe 3                                                                         ACR (40) — Tyler Smith 16, Nick Evti-
                                                                                                         HLC (28) — John Connolly 8, Kelan
  Bobby's Garage 23, Cove Music                                                                                                                      mov 12, John Brooke 4, Parker Pratt 4,
                                                                                                       Robertson 8, Joshua Grubb 5, Hunter
Center 21                                                     7TH-8TH GRADE DIVISION                                                                 Hamilton Taylor 4
                                                                                                       Varner 4, Michael Madigan 2, MacKenzie
  BG (23) — Matthew Montgomery 7,                         El Cabo Restaurante 42, Mitchell                                                            JWE (39) — Landon Wilkins 25, Riley
                                                                                                       Powell 1
Ryan Tilley 6, Cooper Ross 4, Rebekah Ri-               Wealth Management 26                                                                         Hall 6, Reid Petit 6, Grayson Merritt 2
erson 4, Owen Burrow 2                                                                                   MTG (22) — Josh Turner 10, Jordan
                                                          ECR (42) — Caleb Small 11, Treshoun          Clodfelter 5, Joshua Mickey 5, Daniel
  CMC (21) — Shemar Dalton 10, Luke                     Scales 9, Colton Nelson 6, Cameron Den-                                                        Hartgrove Lawn Care 31, King
Hawkins 5, Cameron Dawson 2, Jacob                                                                     Collins 2
                                                        ny 5, Matthew Martin 4, Josh Patane 3,                                                       Kitchen 28
Scales 4
                                                        Matthew Patane 2, Patrick Branch 2               Piedmont Group Properties 31,                 HLC (31) — Joshua Grubb 18, Michael
   Apex Electric 23, Snatchers 14                         MWMG (26) — Haley Joyce 10, Maddi-           Northwest Hardware 23                         Madigan 7, John Connolly 4, Kelan
   AE (23) — Amon Conrad 13, Landon                     son 7 Karly Johnson 4, Michala Perdue 3,         PGP (31) — Reid Fulk 15, Joseph Tim-        Robertson 2
Parsons 8, Parker Bullins 2,                            Cameron Joyner 2                               berlake 12, Jo Lankford 2, Zach Jones 1,        KK (28) — Adam Hartle 23, Daniel
   SN (14) — Taylor Plantz, Avery Mounce                                                               Cameron Croom 1                               Duvall 3, Caleb Hearn 2
2, Emily Shelton 2                                        Carpet Connection 27, Sam’s Pizza              NWH (23) — Noah Spainhour 15,
                                                        13                                             Patrick Thigpen 6, Christian Thigpen 2          Helsabeck Hall Ins 41, Piedmont
       5TH-6TH GRADE DIVISION                             CC (27) — Will Kiser 10, Dylan Greene                                                      Properties- Kolan Smith 37
  Team Phillips 32, Tuttle Hardware
                                                        6, Chipper Rothrock 6, Devan King 2,            Ann Chilton Realty 33, KIC 28                  HHI (41) — Garrett Finchum 26, An-
13
  TP (32) — Lydia Jackson 14, Jacob                     Hunter Rothrock 2, Alex Owens 1                 ACR (33) — Nick Evtimov 21, Tyler            drew Westmoreland 15
Green 6, Lucas Covington 4, Michal                        SP (13) — Mason Heavener 6, Thomas           Smith 10, John Brooke 2                         PGP (37) — Jonathan Harris 16, Jacob
Phillips 4, Hunter Tutterow 2, Wesley                   Southern 4, Dillon Phillips 2, Dyllan           KIC (28) — Logan Sprinkle 13, Adam           Harris 15, Chandler Fineanon 4, Tyler
Misenheimer 2                                           Price 1                                        Mayes11, Mason Dowling 4                      Smith 2



                       Sports Calendar
 Stokes Spirits looking                                        evaluations. If anybody signs up after March
                                                               5, they’ll have to pay a $20 late fee. On March
 for players                                                   6, the league will have its player draft.

   The Stokes Spirits, a new 18U girls’ high
 school softball team is looking for players to
                                                               North Stokes Athletic Boosters
 compete in the upcoming 2011 season.
   The Spirits are looking for a group of dedi-
                                                               holding annual yard sale
                                                                 The Athletic Boosters of North Stokes High
 cated players and parents that want to play
                                                               School will be having their annual yard sale
 and enjoy the game of softball. The Spirits
                                                               on March 18 and 19 at the Lawsonville Com-
 practice in Walnut Cove.
                                                               munity Building. The money raised at the
   For more information on how to become a
                                                               yard sale will go to support all sports pro-
 member of the Spirits, contact Mark Mitchell
                                                               grams at North Stokes High School.
 at (336) 529-9651.
 Walnut Cove Little League                                     Homeschool High School
 holding signups                                               baseball tryouts                                  Condon signs letter of intent
   The last day to sign up without having to                     The Carolina Tigers, a local high school
 pay a late fee for the upcoming season of Wal-                home school baseball team is having tryouts                                                                       Submitted photo
 nut Cove Little League is Saturday.                           for its junior varsity and varsity teams this     North Stokes track runner recently committed to run track and field and
   Signups will be from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Lions              season. The tryouts are for any home school       cross country at Mars Hills College. Condon, who is a captain of the Lady
 Park in Walnut Cove. After Saturday, there will                                                                 Vikings, currently runs on the 4x800 relay team and runs the 1600 and 3200
                                                               student not on a current home school team.
                                                                                                                 meters. Pictured are (front row), from left: Shane Condon, Erin Condon,
 be a $10 late fee to those who sign up.                       For more information, visit www.carolina-         Christine Condon, (back row) North Stokes track coach Rodney King and
   On March 5, the league will hold its player                 homeschoolsports.com.                             assistant coach Jimmy Dillard.



       Pine Ridge                                                         HOPE FOR CHILDREN
                                                                            IN FOSTER CARE
       Apar tments
       209 Pine Ridge Circle, Box 50
         Walnut Cove, NC 27052                                               Foster and Adoptive
             Elderly Households                                                Parent Training
     (62 or older, or Persons with Disabilities)
             1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments
     Units for Persons with Disabilities Available
             Rental Assistance Available
                                                                                       Classes Begin:
      Please Call (1) 336-591-4509                                                     April 4, 2011
       TDD/TYY (1) 800-735-2962                                           Stokes County Department of Social Services
          EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY
            In accordance with Federal law and U.S.                                      If Interested Call:
             Department of Agriculture policy, this                                    Mary-Francis Pulliam
          institution is prohibited from discriminating                               336-593-2861 Ext. 1139
           on the basis of race, color, national origin,
                                                                                      mpulliam@co.stokes.nc.us
                      sex, age, or disability.                 00383748
                                                                                                                            00383749
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                                                                                Sports




Riverview Golf Course                                                                      Stonewall Golf Course
                                                                         Submitted photo                                                                           Submitted photo
Pictured is the winning team of the weekly senior captain's choice tournament held at      Pictured are winners of the Thursday morning, Senior Captain's Choice Tournament
Riverview Golf Course in Pine Hall last Tuesday. The winning team is, from left:           held each week at Stonewall Golf Course, from left: Jet Tingle, Mike Brown, Melrie
Chubby Ore, Melrie Montgomery, Dallas Cromer and Wiggle Western. The team                  Montgomery, Terry Foxx and Bronson Galyean. The team scored 14-under-par in the
won with a 9-under-par score. Closest to the pin winners were: Mo Chilton on hole          18-hole competition. Closest to the pin winners were: Clara Tuttle on hole No. 3,
no. 5, Roscoe Young on No. 7, Ronnie Southern on No. 8. Seniors interested in play-        John McLeathery on No. 6, Wayne Brown on No. 8, Jeff Tingle on No. 18. Seniors who
ing in the captain's choice should call (336) 548-6908 on Tuesdays by 9:30 a.m. for the    wish to play in the tournament should call the course at (336) 591-4653 by 9 a.m. for
10 a.m. start time.                                                                        the 9:30 start time.
Page B6 - The Stokes News, February 24, 2011

                                    Sports
SAURAS                         Carolina        Conference,
                               trailed 57-38 at the end of
                               the third quarter. The
                                                               quickly. We have to settle
                                                               down and work the ball
                                                               around. I think that will
Continued from page B1         Bulldogs      opened      the   teach us something in the
                                                                                               100                         Legals      100                          Legals      100                          Legals
some good looks and we         fourth quarter on a 15-2        next game.”
worked the ball inside         run to get within six at 59-       The Sauras closed out        NOTICE TO CREDITORS                     CREDITOR’S NOTICE                        M Weaver, Dennis R Fogle and
very well.”                    53 with 5:30 remaining in       the game on a 14-11 run to                                                                                       Audrey Vanhoy Fogle to PRLAP,
                               the game.                       move on the second round        Having qualified as the Executor        Having qualified as Executor of          Inc, Trustee(s), dated November
   The Sauras, the No. 3                                                                       of the Estate of Glenda Gail Stan-      the Estate of Millard E. Shelton,        21, 2006, and recorded in Book
seed from the Northwest           “They hit their first five   of the state tournament.        ley late of Stokes County, North        deceased, late of Stokes County,         00558, Page 2128, Stokes County
                               shots of the fourth quar-          Adams, who had to sit        Carolina, North Carolina, the un-       North Carolina, this is to notify all    Registry, North Carolina.Default
1A/2A Conference, were on                                                                      dersigned does hereby notify all        persons, firms and corporations          having been made in the payment
the road for the second        ter,” said Clark. “We start-    early because of foul trou-     person, firms and corporations          having claims against the estate of      of the note thereby secured by the
round as they traveled to      ed rushing things a bit         ble, snagged down 13 re-        having claims against the estate of     said deceased to exhibit them to         said Deed of Trust and the under-
                               and kept settling for out-                                      said decedent to exhibit them to        the undersigned on or before the         signed, having been substituted as
Charlotte to face Barry                                        bounds for the Sauras in        the undersigned at P.O. Box 1636,       20th day of May, 2011, or this no-       Trustee in said Deed of Trust by
Academy on Wednesday           side shots. They were try-      the victory. Greene also        King, N.C. 27021, on or before          tice will be pleaded in bar of their     an instrument duly recorded in the
night.                         ing to make us run and                                          May 6, 2011, or t his notice will be    recovery. All persons indebted to        Office of the Register of Deeds of
                                                               saw limited action early on     pled in bar of their recovery. All      said estate will please make im-         Stokes County, North Carolina,
   “We’re excited to be in     speed the tempo of the                                          persons, firms and corporations in-     mediate payment.                         and the holder of the note evi-
                               game up and it worked be-       after getting whistled for
the second round,” said                                                                        debted to said estate will please       This the 14th day of February,           dencing said indebtedness having
                               cause they were able to get     his second foul in the first    make immediate payment to the           2011.                                    directed that the Deed of Trust be
Clark. “At this stage, it                                                                      undersigned.                                                                     foreclosed, the undersigned Sub-
                               back in it.”                    half.
doesn’t matter if you win                                                                      This the 3rd day of February,           Rodney Marshall, Executor                stitute Trustees will offer for sale
by one point or 30 points,        The six-point deficit           “We had a couple of guys     2011.                                   Jerry Rutledge, Attorney at Law          at the Courthouse Door in Stokes
                                                               get into some foul trouble                                              P. O. Box 617                            County, North Carolina, at 1:15PM
it just matters that you get   would be as close as the                                        Darvis G. Stanley                       Walnut Cove, NC 27052                    on March 03, 2011, and will sell to
the win. We’re happy to be     Bulldogs      would      get.   early and they had to sit,”     Executor of the Estate of Glenda                                                 the highest bidder for cash the fol-
                               Greene ended the drought        said Clark. “That’s when        Gail Stanley                                                                     lowing described property, to wit:
in the second round. Hope-                                                                                                             02/17, 02/24, 03/03, 03/10-11            Being described as Lot 1, Phase
fully, we’re not done just     for the Sauras with a           others came in and              Elizabeth M. O’Neal                                                              1, as shown on the map of Mill
yet.”                          layup with 4:37 remaining       stepped up and helped us        Attorney At Law                                                                  Creek Place Subdivision, recorded
                               in the fourth to extend the                                     P.O. Box 1636                                                                    in Map Book 7, Page 385, in the
   The Sauras had five                                         out. That’s what makes          King, N.C. 27021                                                                 Office of the Register of Deeds of
players score in double fig-   lead back out to eight (61-     this team so special. When      (336) 983-9640                                                                   Stokes County, North Carolina to
                               53).                                                                                                                                             which reference is made for a
ures, with Jaron Withers                                       one guy goes down, others                                                                                        more particular description.
leading the way with 20           Clark thinks the Sauras                                      02/03, 02/10, 02/17, 02/24-10                                                    Said property is commonly known
                                                               come in and step up in
points. Josh Wright added      can learn something from                                                                                                                         as 1433 Mann Smith Road, Wal-
                               their near letdown in the       their place. I’m proud of                                                                                        nut Cove, NC 27052.Third party
14. Jordan Gray scored 12                                                                                                                                                       purchasers must pay the excise
                               fourth quarter.                 every single one of them.”
points to go along with his                                                                                                                                                     tax,     pursuant      to   N.C.G.S.
nine assists. Seniors Nick        “We have to play at our         Results of Wednesday                                                                                          105-228.30, in the amount of One
                                                               night’s game between                                                                                             Dollar ($1.00) per each Five Hun-
Adams and Cole Greene          pace the entire time if we                                                                              NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND
                                                                                                                                                                                dred Dollars ($500.00) or frac-
                                                               South Stokes and Barry                                                  DEBTORS OF PEGGY JEAN
scored 11 points apiece.       want to beat people,” said                                      CREDITOR’S NOTICE                       LANKFORD WOOD                            tional part thereof, and the Clerk of
                               Clark. “We can’t start set-     Academy were not avail-                                                                                          Courts fee, pursuant to N.C.G.S.
   Thomasville, the No. 3                                                                                                                                                       7A-308, in the amount of Forty-five
                               tling for outside shots so                                      Having qualified as Co-Administra-      All persons, firms and corporations
seed out of the Central                                        able at presstime.              tor of the estate of Harvey Lee         having claims against Peggy Jean         Cents (45) per each One Hundred
                                                                                               James, Sr., deceased, late of           Lankford Wood AKA Peggy Lank-            Dollars ($100.00) or fractional part
                                                                                               Stokes County, North Carolina,          ford Wood, deceased, are notified        thereof or Five Hundred Dollars
                                                                                               this is to notify all persons having    to exhibit them on or before May         ($500.00), whichever is greater. A
                                                                                               claims against the estate of said       24, 2011, to Shannon Boles, Ad-          deposit of five percent (5%) of the
                                                                                               deceased to present them to the         ministratrix at 105 Fox Brook            bid, or Seven Hundred Fifty Dol-
                                                                                               undersigned on or before May 19,        Court, King, NC 27021 or be              lars ($750.00), whichever is
                                                                                               2011, or this notice will be pleaded    barred from their recovery. Debt-        greater, will be required at the time
                                                                                               in bar of their recovery.               ors of the decedent are asked to         of the sale and must be tendered
                                                                                               All persons indebted to said estate     make immediate payment to the            in the form of certified funds. Fol-
                                                                                               please make immediate pay-              above named Administratrix.              lowing the expiration of the statu-
                                                                                               ments.                                  This the 17th day of February,           tory upset bid period, all the re-
                                                                                               This the 10th day of February,          2011.                                    maining amounts will be immedi-
                                                                                               2011.                                                                            ately due and owing.
                                                                                                                                       Shannon Boles                            Said property to be offered pursu-
                                                                                               Harvey Lee James, Jr., Co-Admin-        105 Fox Brook Court                      ant to this Notice of Sale is being
                                                                                               istrator                                King, NC 27021                           offered for sale, transfer and con-
                                                                                               1415 Duncan Road                        Administratrix for the Estate of         veyance AS IS WHERE IS. There
                                                                                               Walnut Cove, NC 27052                   Peggy Jean Lankford Wood                 are no representations of warranty
                                                                                               For the estate of Harvey Lee                                                     relating to the title or any physical,
                                                                                               James, Sr.                              J. Tyrone Browder                        environmental, health or safety
                                                                                                                                       Attorney at Law                          conditions existing in, on, at, or re-
                                                                                               Barbara Neal, Co-Administrator          P.O.Box 550                              lating to the property being offered
                                                                                               P.O. Box 501                            King, NC 27021                           for sale. This sale is made subject
                                                                                               Walnut Cove, NC 27052                                                            to all prior liens, unpaid taxes,
                                                                                                                                       02/17, 02/24, 03/03, 03/10-11            special assessments, land transfer
                                                                                                                                                                                taxes, if any, and encumbrances
                                                                                               02/10, 02/17, 02/24, 03/03-11                                                    of record. To the best of the
                                                                                                                                                                                knowledge and belief of the under-
                                                                                                                                                                                signed, the current owner(s) of the
                                                                                                                                                                                property is/are Kevin M Weaver
                                                                                                                                                                                and Dennis R Fogle.
                                                                                                                                                                                PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: An order
                                                                                                                                       CREDITOR’S NOTICE                        for possession of the property may
                                                                                                                                                                                be issued pursuant to G.S.
                                                                                                                                       Having qualified as Executrix of         45-21.29 in favor of the purchaser
                                                                                                                                       the Estate of Robert Donald Hall         and against the party or parties in
                                                                                                                                       (Robert D. Hall), deceased, late of      possession by the clerk of superior
                                                                                                                                       Stokes County, North Carolina,           court of the county in which the
                                                                                                                                       this is to notify all persons, firms     property is sold.
                                                                                                                                       and corporations having claims           Any person who occupies the
                                                                                                                                       against the estate of said de-           property pursuant to a rental
                                                                                               CREDITOR’S NOTICE                                                                agreement entered into or re-
                                                                                                                                       ceased to exhibit them to the un-
                                                                                                                                       dersigned on or before the 20th          newed on or after October 1,
                                                                                                                                       day of May, 2011, or this notice         2007, may, after receiving the no-
                                                                                               Having qualified as Co-Executor of                                               tice of sale, terminate the rental
                                                                                               the estate of Iris Southern Bowles,     will be pleaded in bar of their re-
                                                                                                                                       covery. All persons indebted to          agreement upon 10 days' written
                                                                                               deceased, late of Stokes County,                                                 notice to the landlord. The notice
                                                                                               North Carolina, this is to notify all   said estate will please make im-
                                                                                                                                       mediate payment.                         shall also state that upon termina-
                                                                                               persons having claims against the                                                tion of a rental agreement, that
                                                                                               estate of said deceased to present      This the 14th day of February,
                                                                                                                                       2011.                                    tenant is liable for rent due under
                                                                                               them to the undersigned on or be-                                                the rental agreement prorated to
                                                                                               fore May 19, 2011, or this notice                                                the effective date of the termina-
                                                                                               will be pleaded in bar of their re-     Karen H. Sullivan, Executrix
                                                                                                                                       Jerry Rutledge, Attorney at Law          tion.
                                                                                               covery.
                                                                                               All persons indebted to said estate     P. O. Box 617
                                                                                                                                       Walnut Cove, NC 27052                    Nationwide Trustee Services, Inc.
                                                                                               please make immediate pay-                                                       Substitute Trustee
                                                                                               ments.                                                                           1587 Northeast Expressway
                                                                                               This the 10th day of February,          02/17, 02/24, 03/03, 03/10-11
                                                                                                                                                                                Atlanta, GA 30329
                                                                                               2011.                                                                            (770) 234-9181
                                                                                                                                                                                Our File No.: 432.1012205NC /D
                                                                                               Tammy Bowles Bennett, Co-Ex-
                                                                                               ecutor                                                                           02/17, 02/24-2011
                                                                                               P.O. Box 74
                                                                                               1006 Rierson Road
                                                                                               King, NC 27021
                                                                                               For the estate of Iris Southern
                                                                                               Bowles

                                                                                               Rodney Van Bowles, Co-Executor
                                                                                               P.O. Box 1422                                                                    CREDITOR’S NOTICE
                                                                                               109 Windsong Court
                                                                                               King, NC 27021                          EXECUTORS NOTICE                         Having qualified as Administrator
                                                                                                                                                                                of the estate Tex Morrison Long,
                                                                                               02/10, 02/17, 02/24, 03/03-11           Having qualified as the Executor         deceased, late of Stokes County,
                                                                                                                                       of the Estate of ROGER DALE              North Carolina, this is to notify all
                                                                                                                                       WILLIAMS, deceased of Stokes             persons having claims against the
                                                                                                                                       County, North Carolina, this is to       estate of said deceased to present
                                                                                                                                       notify all persons, firms and corpo-     them to the undersigned on or be-
                                                                                                                                       rations having claims against the        fore May 26, 2011, or this notice
                                                                                                                                       Estate of said deceased, are to          will be pleaded in bar of their re-
                                                                                                                                       exhibit them to the undersigned at       covery.
                                                                                                                                       5035 McDaniel Road, Pilot Moun-          All persons indebted to said estate
                                                                                                                                       tain, NC 27041, on or before the         please make immediate pay-
                                                                                                                                       15th day of May, 2011, or this no-       ments.
                                                                                                                                       tice will be plead in bar of their re-   This the 17th day of February,
                                                                                                                                       covery. All person indebted to said      2011.
                                                                                               NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND                 Estate will please make immediate
                                                                                               DEBTORS OF JAMES RAN-                   payment.                                 Jason David Long, Administrator
                                                                                               DOLPH BROWN                                                                      P.O. Box 467
                                                                                                                                       Sandra W. Williams, Executor of          Pilot Mountain, NC 27041
                                                                                               All persons, firms and corporations     the Estate of Roger Dale Williams        For the estate of Tex Morrison
                                                                                               having claims against James Ran-                                                 Long
                                                                                               dolph Brown, deceased, are noti-        H. Dwight Nelson, Attorney At Law
                                                                                               fied to exhibit them on or before       P.O. Box 902                             02/17, 02/24, 03/03, 03/10-11
                                                                                               May 24, 2011, to Douglas Lee            Rural Hall, NC 27045
                                                                                               Watts, Executor at 405 Charles          (336) 969-5256
                                                                                               Conner Drive, Kernersville, NC
                                                                                               27284 or be barred from their re-
                                                                                               covery. Debtors of the decedent         02/03, 02/10, 02/17, 02/24-10
                                                                                               are asked to make immediate pay-
                                                                                               ment to the above named Execu-
                                                                                               tor.
                                                                                               This the 17th day of February,
                                                                                               2011.

                                                                                               Douglas Lee Watts
                                                                                               405 Charles Conner Drive
                                                                  Jimmy Kuhn/The Stokes News   Kernersville, NC 27284                                                           CREDITOR’S NOTICE
                                                                                               Executor for the Estate of James
South Stokes center Jermaine Price (50) played some quality minutes in the Sauras’             Randolph Brown                          CREDITOR’S NOTICE                        Having qualified as Executor of
first round playoff victory over Thomasville on Monday night in Walnut Cove. Price                                                                                              the estate of Wilbur M. Smith, de-
scored four points off the bench for South Stokes.                                             J. Tyrone Browder                       Having qualified as Executor of          ceased, late of Stokes County,
                                                                                               Attorney at Law                         the estate of Samuel Wade                North Carolina, this is to notify all
                                                                                               P.O.Box 550                             Furches, Jr., deceased, late of          persons having claims against the
                                                                                               King, NC 27021                          Stokes County, North Carolina,           estate of said deceased to present

WILDCATS                       “They really got around
                               Austin on the inside and
                               limited Jacob. Offensively,
                                                               points. Josh Spainhour fin-
                                                               ished with seven points.
                                                               Nunn, who was defended
                                                                                               02/17, 02/24, 03/03, 03/10-11
                                                                                                                                       this is to notify all persons having
                                                                                                                                       claims against the estate of said
                                                                                                                                       deceased to present them to the
                                                                                                                                       undersigned on or before May 26,
                                                                                                                                                                                them to the undersigned on or be-
                                                                                                                                                                                fore May 19, 2011, or this notice
                                                                                                                                                                                will be pleaded in bar of their re-
                                                                                                                                                                                covery.
Continued from page B1         they were running long pos-     well by Wheatmore, was                                                  2011, or this notice will be pleaded     All persons indebted to said estate
                                                                                                                                       in bar of their recovery.                please make immediate pay-
limit Wildcat big man          sessions and were moving        limited to just six points.                                             All persons indebted to said estate      ments.
Austin Fleming inside.         the ball around very well,         West Stokes, the No. 1                                               please make immediate pay-               This the 10th day of February,
                               which kept the score down.”     seed from the Northwest                                                 ments.                                   2011.
  “Wheatmore came very                                                                                                                 This the 17th day of February,
                                 In the second half, the       1A/2A Conference, ad-                                                   2011.                                    Edgar Allen Snow, Executor
well prepared,” said West                                                                      NOTICE TO CREDITORS
                               Wildcats started playing a      vanced to the second                                                                                             1286 Kiger Road
Stokes head coach Dan                                                                                                                  S. Wade Furches, Executor                Germanton, NC 27019
                               lot better and they started     round of the playoffs for       Having qualified as Administrator
                                                                                                                                       540 Roger Drive
Spainhour. “They played        executing their offense                                         of the Estate of JERRY WAYNE                                                     For the estate of Wilbur M. Smith
                                                               the second straight year.       BALL, JR., late of Stokes County,       Salisbury, NC 28147
extremely well. They had a     and clamped down on de-                                                                                 For the estate of Samuel Wade            02/10, 02/17, 02/24, 03/03-11
                                                                  The Wildcats hosted          North Carolina, this is to notify all
gameplan and they stuck        fense.     West      Stokes                                     persons, firms, and corporations        Furches, Jr.
to it and executed it very                                     Cuthbertson on Wednes-          having claims against the Estate
                               outscored Wheatmore 27-                                         of JERRY WAYNE BALL, JR. ex-            02/17, 02/24, 03/03, 03/10-11
well out there.”                                               day night in King in the
                               14 in the second half to                                        hibit them t o the undersigned at
  The Wildcats struggled       take the victory.               second round.                   Donald R. George, Attorney, Bill
                                                                  “We feel good about be-      Marshall Law, Post Office Box
to score in the first half,      “I’m proud of us for                                          117, Danbury, North Carolina, on
missing several layups and     hanging on and still win-       ing    here,” said       Dan    or before May 26, 2011, or this no-
free throws. West Stokes       ning by 17,” said Dan           Spainhour. “I hope our          tice will be pleaded in bar of their
                                                                                               recovery. All persons indebted to
only managed 19 points in      Spainhour. “Our guys de-        guys realize what lies          said estate will please make im-
the first half, taking a 19-   serve a lot of credit for       ahead. We feel pretty good      mediate payment.
                                                                                               This the 17th day of February,
15 lead at the half.           sticking it out. This was a     about where we are. We’re       2011.
  Dan Spainhour credits        tough, hard fought playoff      going to have to be on top                                                                                       IN THE GENERAL COURT OF
                                                                                               Donald R. George                                                                 JUSTICEOF NORTH CAROLINA
Wheatmore’s offensive and      game. We had to fight for       of our game in the next         Administrator of the Estate of Jerry    NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE                    SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION
defensive gameplan for the     everything we got.”             game, though. Cuthbertson       Wayne Ball, Jr.                         SALE                                     STOKES COUNTY
                                                                                               Post Office Box 117                     NORTH CAROLINA, STOKES                   10 SP 254
Wildcats’ offensive strug-       West Stokes was led by        is a very, very good team.”                                             COUNTY
                                                                                               Danbury, NC 27016
gles in the first half.        Fleming with 22 points             Results of Wednesday                                                 10 SP 204                                IN THE MATTER OF THE FORE-
                               and was the only Wildcat                                                                                                                         CLOSURE OF A DEED OF
  “I think a lot of it was                                     night’s     game      against   02/24, 03/03, 03/10, 03/17-11
                                                                                                                                       Under and by virtue of a Power of        TRUST EXECUTED BY WAYNE
how they were defending        in double figures. Andrew       Cuthbertson were not                                                    Sale contained in that certain           A. DOSS AND JUDY F. DOSS
us,” said Dan Spainhour.       Smith chimed in with nine       available at presstime.                                                 Deed of Trust executed by Kevin          DATED OCTOBER 6, 2000 AND
                                                                                                                                                                              The Stokes News, February 24, 2011 - Page B7




                                                                                                                                 Home Improvements                                                                        Autos
100                          Legals      100                         Legals      100                           Legals                                           700                      Agriculture
                                                                                                                                  Carpentry Work                                                          2006 Buick LaCrosse. Excellent
RECORDED IN BOOK 440 AT                  or seven hundred fifty dollars          CREDITOR’S NOTICE                         From hanging doors too wood                                                    condition. 591-7497
PAGE 2491 AND REFORMED BY                ($750.00), whichever is greater, is                                               floors & cabinets 336-429-2242               Farm Equipment
ORDER RECORDED 06/25/2010                required and must be tendered in        Having qualified as Executor of
IN BOOK 607 AT PAGE 1972 IN              the form of certified funds at the      the Estate of William Frank White                                              1949-50 International Farmall Cub
THE STOKES COUNTY PUBLIC                 time of the sale. This sale will be     (Billy Frank White, Bill White), de-                                           all original equipment, no broken
REGISTRY, NORTH CAROLINA                 held open ten days for upset bids       ceased, late of Stokes County,                                                 or welded housings, would make             Will buy junk cars. 351-5223
                                         as required by law. Following the       North Carolina, this is to notify all     Snider’s Home Improvement. Vinyl     good show tractor, runs good,                 $150-$200 if complete
NOTICE OF SALE                           expiration of the statutory upset       persons, firms and corporations           siding, roofs, etc. free est.        needs painting, Shabby tires, with
                                         period, all remaining amounts are       having claims against the estate of       374-2446 or 325-8903                 following original equipment: Turn-
Under and by virtue of the power         IMMEDIATELY DUE AND OW-                 said deceased to exhibit them to                                               ing plow, Cultivator, Grading                         Sport Utility
and authority contained in the           ING. Failure to remit funds in a        the undersigned on or before the                                               Blade, Disk Harrow, Drag tooth
above-referenced deed of trust           timely manner will result in a Dec-     27th day of May, 2011, or this no-                  Lawn Service               Harrow all for $2750.00 cash firm         2000 Nissan XTerra, 2-wheel
and because of default in the pay-       laration of Default and any deposit     tice will be pleaded in bar of their                                           call 336-786-6235                         drive, good condition, $3,500
ment of the secured indebtedness         will be frozen pending the out-         recovery.
                                                                                                                           Haul away any unwanted material                                                336-401-6578 after 5 p.m.
and failure to perform the stipula-      come of any re-sale.                    All persons indebted to said estate
tion and agreements therein con-         SPECIAL NOTICE FOR LEASE-               will please make immediate pay-           or any Lawn Care needs 648-2812        Hay / Feed / Seed / Grain
tained and, pursuant to demand of        HOLD TENANTS: If you are a ten-         ment.
the owner and holder of the se-          ant residing in the property, be ad-    This the 14th day of February,                                                 Hay $2.00 a bale. great for lawns
cured debt, the undersigned sub-         vised that an Order for Possession      2011.                                                                          336-983-6443
                                                                                                                                                                                                          2000 Chev Blazer 4X4 White New
stitute trustee will expose for sale     of the property may be issued in                                                  Call 356-8268 for lawn mowing,                                                 tires 126K $5000OBO #374-3161
at public auction to the highest         favor of the purchaser. Also, if        William Joseph White, Executor            dependable service with reason-
bidder for cash at the usual place       your lease began or was renewed         Jerry Rutledge, Attorney at Law           able rates & free estimates.
of sale at the county courthouse of      on or after October 1, 2007, be ad-     P. O. Box 617
said county at 11:00 AM on March         vised that you may terminate the        Walnut Cove, NC 27052                                                                 Hay For Sale Call                                  Trucks
4, 2011 the following described          rental agreement upon 10 days                                                                                                  336-366-2308
real estate and any other improve-       written notice to the landlord. You     02/24, 03/03, 03/10, 03/17-11                      Other Services                                                         03 Sierra Z-71 off road tow pack-
ments which may be situated              may be liable for rent due under                                                                                                                                  age LOADED White, Gry Int Very
thereon, in Stokes County, North         the agreement prorated to the ef-                                                            DirecTV                          Hay For Sale Call                    clean exten cab, sprayed in bed
Carolina, and being more particu-        fective date of the termination.                                                       Limited Time Offer!                     336-366-2308                       liner 42K $16,500 336-325-2151
larly described as follows:              The date of this Notice is February
                                                                                                                                  Free HD for Life
BEGINNING at a found iron pipe           2, 2011.                                100                           Legals                                           Mixed grass hay, first cutting.
in the North line of Wayne A.                                                                                                   Ask how by calling
                                                                                                                                  DirecTV today!                $3-small square bales, $25-large
Doss' .83 acre (DB 209, PG 23,                                                                                                                                  round bales, appr. 1,000 lbs. per
SCR) said found iron being South         Grady I. Ingle Or Elizabeth B. Ells                                                  Packages start at $29.99                                                    1990 Ford Ranger XLT auto trans-
                                                                                                                                                                bale. 336-409-3524                        mission 6cyl AC, PS 4 wheel drive
84° 49' 50" East of a found          Substitute Trustee                      200                                              1-888-516-4516
stone on the west side of a Black        10130 Perimeter Parkway, Suite                              Announcements                                                                                               Call 336-374-5484
Gum       tree    in    the     North    400
CaroIina-Virginia line 620.36 feet       Charlotte, NC 28216
and South 85° 45' East               (704) 333-8107                                     Lost & Found
244.71 feet and from this BEGIN-         http://shapiroattorneys.com/nc/                                                          Dish Network                  900                                       2011 Chevy Silverado
NING runs South 86° 20' 19"          09-114733                                                                               It's Finally FREE!                                    Merchandise        Ext Cab 4DR 1,800 miles
East 329.66 feet to a found iron                                                                                                 Free HD for Life*                                                        Serious Prospctive buyers call
stake; thence South 86° 36'          02/17, 02/24-11                                                                      and over 120 channels                                                       for more information 320-3138
38" East 415.89 feet to a 7/8" set                                                                                                only $24.99/mo.*                         Appliances
pipe on the West bank of a
branch; thence with the center of                                                                                             *conditions apply, promo
                                                                                                                                     code MB45                  For Sale: Two           refrigerators
the branch the following fifteen                                                                                                                                336-351-3574                              3000
(15) courses and distances: South                                                                                             Call Dish Network Now                                                                          Real Estate Sales
26° 45' 32" East 152.26 feet                                                                                                   1-877-464-3619
to a point; South 14° 02' 07"                                                                                                                                      Bargain Basement
West 83.35 feet to a point; South                                                                                                                                                                                   Cemetery Plots
80° 44' II" West 32.24 feet to                                                                                                                              HeatMate - Radiant heater with air
                                                                                 LOST Bassett Hound in the Pine                                                 circulating     fan.       Model
a point; South 22° 44' 49"           STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA-                                                                                                                                           Single Cemetery Plot Oakdale
West 40.76 feet to a point; South        COUNTY OF FORSYTH
                                                                                 Ridge area close to Stock Yard                     Tax Relief                  HMRF-1140. Used very little.                Cem $1000 Call 336-325-7162
                                                                                 name Cecil REWARD 710- 8142                           Make Tax                 Good condition. $110.00. Call
32° 31' 54" East 100.27 feet
                                                                                                                                   Problems a Thing             336-593-3936
to a point; South 26° 10' 50"        IN THE GENERAL COURT OF                                                                      of the Past!                                                                    Commercial
West 64.26 feet to a point; North        JUSTICE
80° 51' 09" East 54.08 feet to                                                                                                   Call for your               Fuel/ Oil/ Coal/ Wood/ Gas
                                         DISTRICT COURT DIVISION                                                                                                                                           Garage/Light Industrial Space 3
a point; South 8° 3l' 55" East       11 CVD 86                                             Wanted                             FREE Consultation
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Available Prime Location Paved
31.13 feet to a point; South                                                                                                        1-888-646-4792              Fire wood for sale mixed hard               parking Newly renovated Call
59° 45' 22" West 39.45 feet          THE BANK OF NEW YORK MEL-               Wanted to buy junk cars, trucks,                                               woods call for pricing 786-4490                       429-0945
to a point; South 10° 42' 56"        LONTRUST COMPANY, NATION-               buses, etc. CASH paid $125 and
West 102.60 feet to a point; South       ALASSOCIATION f/k/a The Bank            up. Call 336-871-2958
59° 33' 30" East 35.95 feet to       of NewYork Trust Company, N.A.                                                               Vonage
a point; South 6° 30' 56" East       as successor toJP Morgan Chase                                                          No Annual Contract!
86.14 feet to a point; South             Bank N.A. as Trustee,                   300                         Services              No Commitment!                Firewood $75 a cord mixed sea-           Lawn care business for sale call
22° 05' 36" West 177.61 feet         Plaintiffs, Plaintiffs,                                                                   Free Activation!              soned hardwood 336-789-6400,             336-374-8489 or 356-8268
to a point; South 77° 49' 43"        vs.                                                                                    only pay $14.99/Month                    336-289-1561
East 22.24 feet to a large Poplar        WENDY G. HEGE, JOSEPH W.
tree on the bank of the branch;                                                              Automotive                        for home phone service
                                         MICKLEand GRADY I. INGLE and                                                           for the first 3 months,
South 32° IT 50" West 35.74          ELIZABETHB. ELLS, SUBSTI-                                                           then pay only $25.99/month                   Miscellaneous
feet to a point in the branch;                                                   We buy Junk Cars for $175-$275                                                                                           Pine Plaza Office Space $150 per
                                         TUTE Trustees,                            complete 336-352-3512 or                           Call today!                                                             mo Call Dean, 786-6182
thence leaving the branch and            Defendants.                                                                                1-866-798-0692
runs North 86° 20' 19" West a                                                        336-401-0401                                                                  Central Boiler
total of 715.30 feet to an iron in       NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROC-                                                                                             Outdoor. Wood Furnaces starting
the center of a fann road; thence        ESS BY PUBLICATION                                                                                                     at $4,990. Limited time offer. In-
with the center of the farm road                                                                                                                                stant rebates up to $1,000.               Retail space for lease in shopping
the following ten (10) courses and
                                                                                         Business Materials                500                                  336-501-1618                              center across from Mayberry Mall
                                         TO: WENDY G. HEGE                                                                                        Education
distances: North 17° 01' 47"                                                                                                                                                                           336-602-1352 or 336-374-0694
West 204.17 feet, North 7°                                                   STEEL       ARCH      BUILDINGS!
                                         TAKE NOTICE that a pleading             THOUSANDS of DOLLARS OFF
42' 57" West 51.18 feet, North           seeking relief against you has
7° 14' IS" East 49.92 feet,                                                  Available Inventory! 20x24, 25x38,
                                         been filed in the above-entitled ac-    others. Limited supply selling for        600                                  For Sale Locust Fence Post &                        Houses For Sale
North 15° 29' 10" East 98.97         tion. The nature of the relief being                                                                       Animals
feet, North 22° 53' 16" East                                                 Balance Owed. Display Program                                                  Rails Call Dean Richardson
                                         sought is as follows:                   Offers Additional CASH Savings.                                                372-5556 or 657-0988                      3.74ac, 3BR/2BA Westfield Elem
74.73 feet, North 28° 49' 03"        1. Plaintiff seeks to recover judg-
East 100.82 feet, North 24°                                                  866-352-0469                                                                                                             School area. $149,000, 351-2828.
                                         ment reforming the Deed of Trust
56' 41" East 49.11 feet, North           recorded in Book 511, Page 1538                                                                Horses
8° 58' 35" East 50.31 feet,          with the Stokes County Register of            Child / Elderly Care                                                                Want to Buy
North 6° 19' 55" West 27.20          Deeds to name Wendy G. Hege
feet and North 30° 46' 14"                                                   Attn. 3rd shift parents-Loving, exp.      5 AC. pasture for 1 horse only $60
                                         and Joseph W. Mickle as Grantors                                                  mo. Mt. Airy 210-326-9323            WANTED Commercial brush chip-             Brick home with garage White
West 210.06 feet to the BEGIN-           of the Deed of Trust; said reforma-     home for your child to spend the night.                                        per w/ feed wheel, running or not ,
                                                                                 CPR/first aid. Call 336-409-1609                                                                                         Plains area. 2BR, BA, living, din-
NING and containing 14.681               tion to relate back to the date of                                                                                     430 or 470 Case Tractor running           ing, upstairs-1BR, BA, office area,
acres.                                   original recording of the Deed of                                                                                      or not 336-213-5537                       kitchen, downstairs. Great loca-
And Being more commonly known            Trust; and judgment declaring that                                                               Pets                                                            tion, some remodeling. Call for de-
as: 252 Corns Doss Rd, Lawson-           the Deed of Trust recorded in                                                                                                                                    tails 336-591-7267
ville, NC 27022                          Book 511, Page 1538 with the                                                       2 Boxers pups 9 wks old Male &
The record owner(s) of the prop-                                                 Childcare infant through 5 yrs.                                                WANTED push mowers & riding
                                         Stokes County Register of Deeds         and after school. State certified.         Female full blooded parents on      mowers Lowgap small eng repair
erty, as reflected on the records of     are valid liens against the interests                                               site $150 each 336-374-5214,
the Register of Deeds, is/are            of the Defendants Wendy G. Hege
                                                                                 King area. 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Rea-                                               336-325-9746                                        Land (Acreage)
                                                                                 sonable       rates.     Connie                       374-0830
Wayne A. Doss and Judy F. Doss.          and Joseph W. Mickle.
The property to be offered pursu-                                                336-985-0858                                                                                                             Timber Company selling land 24
                                         You are required to make defense                                                                                                    Recreational Vehicles
ant to this notice of sale is being      to such pleading not later than the                                                                                    1000                                      acres near VA/NC line in Stokes
offered for sale, transfer and con-      22nd day of March, 2011, said                                                                                                                                    County 1/3 wood land w/ stream,
veyance "AS IS, WHERE IS." Nei-          date being forty (40) days from the                                               AKC American Staffordshire                                                     property has fields for pasture or
ther the Trustee nor the holder of       first publication of this notice; and   Private Duty Aide 17 yrs exp                      Terriers                                                               hay, private property off main road
the note secured by the deed of          upon your failure to do so the          429-6705 or 755-3440                      Champion Blood LInes pet Quality        Campers / RVs & Trailers               with right of way, $75,000 will fi-
trust, being foreclosed, nor the of-     Plaintiff will apply to the Court for                                              show potential parents on site                                                nance with down payment. For
ficers, directors, attorneys, em-        the relief sought.                                                                shots and wormed 336-789-4243                                                  more info call 276-692-7100
ployees, agents or authorized rep-       This, the 3rd day of February,
resentative of either Trustee or the     2011.                                   In Between Registered Day Care,
holder of the note make any repre-                                                                                                                                                                                         Real Estate Rentals
sentation or warranty relating to
                                                                                 openings for 1st, 2nd & 3rd shifts.       CKC reg Mini dachshunds 2 blk &                                                3500
                                         Bowen C. Houff, Attorney for             White Plains area Call 786-5418
the title or any physical, environ-      Plaintiff OF COUNSEL:                                                             tan , 2 red $250 336-755-7422
mental, health or safety conditions
existing in, on, at or relating to the   BLANCO TACKABERY         &                                                                                                                                          Apartments / Townhouses
property being offered for sale.         MATAMOROS, P.A.                                Home Improvements                                                       94-28 ft. motor home. Super con-
Any and all responsibilities or li-      POST OFFICE DRAWER 25008                                                          English Bull pups, Yorkie pups,      dition in and out. $7500. 403-6396        1, 2 & 3 BR apts. downtown Pilot
abilities arising out of or in any       WINSTON-SALEM,          NC              * Tom's Home Improvements                 Shih Tzu pups, French Bull pups &    24/7                                      Mtn. $395,      $495 & $595
way relating to any such condition       27114-5008                              Seamless Gutters & Odd Jobs. Vi-          Chihuahua Pups 336-593-3065 or                                                 336-766-5032
expressly are disclaimed. This           TELEPHONE: 336-293-9000                 nyl Siding, Painting, Additions, Tile     336-413-2668
sale is made subject to all prior                                                Work 336-325-9966                                                                         Motorcycles
                                         FACSIMILE: 336-293-9030
liens and encumbrances, and un-
paid taxes and assessments in-                                                                                             Poodle puppies 4 sale $250 call      2004 HD XL883 Sportster 12K
                                         02/10, 02/17, 02/24-11                                                                                                 miles, lg tank, leather bags, red,
cluding but not limited to any                                                                                             336-429-2187 after 3 pm                                                          1BR apartment, new W/D, very
transfer tax associated with the                                                                                                                                $4,200 Call Scott at 336-429-7096               nice, no pets $375M
foreclosure. A deposit of five per-                                              Attention Home Owners Gen-                                                                                                        336-710-2524
cent (5%) of the amount of the bid                                               try’s Painting and Carpentry, Int
                                                                                 and Ext Remodeling, for Free               Puppies Chihuahuas (tiny toy)       2000                    Automotive
                                                                                 Est & Lowest Rates 786-6114 or                   1-276-233-1709
                                                                                 366-4582.
                 Pets                                    Pets                                                                                                                                             1BR/1.5BA includes cable, water,
                                                                                                                                                                               Autos                      W/D, $425 mo. + $150 dep. good
                                                                                                                                                                                                          location call 336-429-1039
                                                                                                                                                                    1991 Volvo 240 Classic
 Carolina Canine Rescue                                         We sell                                                                                             Blue interior & exterior
                                                             Pet Clothing,                                                                                          Power Windows, Good                   2 Bedroom Apt Worth St $425 call
                                                                                                                                                                       tires $2,600 Call                          Dean 786-6182
                                                              Shampoos,                                                                                                  336-325-7933
                                                               Gourmet
 Low Cost Spay Neuter Program                                                                                                                                   1997 Mercury Marquis, leather
     Rescue/Foster/Adopt                                        Treats,                                                                                         int., very good cond., $3,500                  ACCEPTING
      (336) 786-5256                                           Pet Etc.                                                                                         336-786-8239                                 APPLICATIONS
                                                                                                                                                                 What Do You Want?                           SURRY MANOR
Free to a good home Aus-                 F O U N D Blue Healer dog                                                                                                    We Do Layaways!
                                                                                                                                                                                                              APARTMENTS
tralian German Shepard mix               bobed tail near Slate Mtn. on                                                                                           Over 150 Guns To Choose From
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 DOBSON, NC
w/ lab 336-786-5735                      Norman Rd 336-351-2420                                                                                                    WE BUY GUNS,                                  336-386-8349
                                                                                                                                                                 GOLD, SILVER COINS                         ONE & TWO BEDROOM
Free to a good home                      Free to a good indoor home                                                                                                   & DVD’S                                   APARTMENTS
Doberman/lab mix puppies                 only been fixed, adult cats,                                                                                              MOVING SOON SALE!
                                                                                                                                                                                                             RENT BASED ON INCOME
6 wks old 336-789-8991                   litter trained 336-593-8263                                                                                                                                         MUST BE 62 OR OLDER OR
Baby Rabbitt & 6yrs old                                                                                                                                          336-789-8300                                HANDICAP OR DISABLED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Rental Assistance
male cat declawed and                    F O U N D orange & white                                                                                                5 DVD’s             $15.00                   & Utility Allowance
fixed 336-648-5460                       long hair cat on Tanglewood                                                                                                                                        OFFICE HOURS MON-THURS
                                         Dr. off Miller Rd. 336-755-                                                                                                                                           8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Free 6 wks old puppies                   8825                                                                                                                   2002 Ford Taurus SEL, Sun roof,
medium size both parents                                                                        Medical                                Medical                  spoiler, leather int., 56K miles,
on site 336-994-2056                     Free to a good home F,                                                                                                 $5,500 336-352-4382
                                         Doberman blk & tan 2 yrs
F O U N D dog wearing a red              old 336-789-8991
sweater in the White Plains
area call 710-3125                       Free to a good home
                                                                                      American Healthcare Services                                                        Food Services                              Food Services

Free to a good home 4 lab
                                         boarder Colie, blk, has had
                                         rebie shots 1yr old 336-                      has Openings for CNA I’s
dogs under 1 year old 1blk,              755-1062
2 blk & white, 1 brown 336-
391-7062                                                                               Full time day positions Monday thru Friday                                                       Restaurant Marketing
Free puppies 5 male & 1 fe-                                                          Part time weekends - 4 hrs Sat and Sun daytime                                                     yv
                                                                                                                                                                   Chick-fil-A of Stanleyville is accepting resumes/applications for a 15-20
male, mom is AKC Bassett                                                                                                                                           hr. per week position in Marketing. Mostly daytime hrs. but also subject to
Hound 336-591-5399
                                                                                                 8 hour & 12 hour shifts
                                                                                                     Days & Nights                                                 some evening and/or Saturday duties. Email a cover letter and resume
F O U N D lab mix puppy in                                                                                                                                                 k
                                                                                                                                                                   to: chickfila1098@gmail.com or visit in person between 2-4 p.m.
White Plains area call 336-                                                                            Sat & Sun
786-1612

7 week old lab-mix puppies.                                                          Must be dependable, Love working with people
Free to good home. Call
336-528-3204                                                                         Be able to pass drug test and background checks
Free to a good home Bas-
sett Hound tri color , needs                                                                      Apply in person at:                                                                               es
                                                                                                                                                                                          328 E. Hane Mill Rd.
home with out kids 336-                                                                                                                                                                 Winston-Salem, NC 27105
325-2107                                                                                 496 North Main Street, Mount Airy, NC                                                          www.cfastanleyville.com
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         Apartments / Townhouses                       Rentals                                        Help Wanted - General
                                                                                                                                        7000                Statewide Ads     7000                   Statewide Ads              7000                           Statewide Ads
   2 BR Apt $595 stove/ref, DW/WD
            336-648-1705
                                                                                                           NEEDED
                                                                                                    Local Company seeking experi-                                             part-time. PS military or qualified               Maintenance. 877-300-9494.
                                          2BR/1BA Cana VA $325 a Month                            enced security system installer/re-   C20110124020           Bus. Oppty     citizens needed in the Medical,
                                          +   $425   deposit, no  pets                             pair technician. Electronics back-   Direct Pickup                         CIS/IT, Supply, Engineering, or                   C20110117007        Miscella-
                                          336-306-2278                                            ground a plus. Send resume to PO                                            Special Warfare communities.                      neous    Direct Pickup
                                                                                                     Box 646, Dobson NC 27017           ALL CASH VENDING ROUTE. Be            Paid training & potential sign-on
       2BR 139 W Church St $425M                                                                                                        your own boss- 25-
             336-429-1959                                                                                                                                                     bonus. Great benefits, flexible                   Delivery from the doorstep to the
                                                                                                                                        machines/candy all for $9,995. All    schedule, $ for education. Physi-                 desktop! Place your ad on the
                                          Doublewide for rent 3BR, 2BA,                                                                 major credit cards accepted. 1-       cal, age and education require-                   North Carolina Statewide Classi-
                                          $550 per mo. $550 dep. No                                                                     877-915-8222. Vend3.                  ments. Contact 1-800-662-7419,                    fied Ad Network for publication in
                                          pets.Near South Stokes H.S.                                    JANTEC NEON                                                          Raleigh@navy.mil or visit, navyre-                107 newspapers and posted for a
                  2BR/ 1 BA               591-5529                                                                                      C20110207011        Career            serve.com                                         week at www.ncadsonline.com.
 Mayberry Apartments Spacious                                                                             PRODUCTS                      Training Direct Pickup                                                                  Reach over 1.3 million NC homes
 2BR Apt. Homes Available w/                                                                           We are growing and have a                                              C20110221017              Help                    for only $330 for a 25-word ad. Ad-
 W/D Connections. Select Apart-                                                                    number of positions we are add-      ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from            Wtd./Drivers              New                     ditional words, $10 each. Visit
 ment Homes feature private en-                                                                       ing. Full and Part time avail-    home. Medical, Business, Parale-                                                        www.ncpress.com or ask your rep
 trances. Wonderful location &            Mobile home 2BR/2BA Siloam                                   able, both in the Office and     gal, Accounting, Criminal Justice.    Drivers- CDL-A. WE NEED DRI-                      for more information.
 great pricing. Located on May-           area $400+dep no pets 374-5785                               Shop. See our web site for       Job placement assistance. Com-        VERS! Above Average Pay for
 berry Av. Neari & Associates (336)                                                                    more info. and to fill out an    puter available. Financial aid if     Above Average Drivers! Teams,                     C20110221019
 786-2957.                                                                                                      application.            qualified. Call 888-899-6918.         Solos & CDL Grads Welcome.                        Resorts/Time Share                 New
                                                                                                         www.JantecNeon.com             www.CenturaOnline.com                 CALL TODAY! 800-942-2104, Ext.
                                          Mt Airy area Nice 2BR/2BA priv lot                           (click on the “Job Opportuni-                                          238 or 243. www.totalms.com                       EXIT TIMESHARE NOW - Tired of
                                             $425M+Dep Call after 5pm                              ties” link). Applications accepted   C20110221020           Equip.Sale                                                       your timeshare? Over escalating
                                                 341-7188, 783-7396                                          online only. EOE           New                                   C20110214006        Misc. for                     maintenance fees? Just want out?
 Holly Springs 2BR $350 plus $350                                                                                                                                             Sale     Direct Pickup                            NO Upfront listing fees! 100%
    dep. No pets 336-306-2278                                                                     Job opportunities in Belews Creek,    SAWMILLS- Band/Chainsaw. Cut                                                            Guaranteed results! Call us now
                                                                                                  Pine Hall area. 40 hr. week. Jani-    lumber any dimension, anytime.        RUG LIQUIDATION SALE! 75%                         866-221-4966
                                                                                                  torial/Building/Ground     mainte-    Build anything from furniture to      Off Every Rug. FREE SHIP-
                                          Quite Nice 2BR/2BA trailers lawn
            KELLYSTONE APART-                                                                     nance. Must pass background           homes. IN STOCK ready to ship.        PING/BUY NOW. 200,000 Rugs                        C20110221023                       Schools/In-
                                          main, Water & Garbage close to
                     MENTS                                                                        check and drug screen. Valid driv-    From $4090. www.Norwood-              Must Go www.eSaleRugs.com 1-                      struction New
                                          VA line No outside pets $100-110
                    KING, NC                                                                      ers license and transportation. For   Sawmills.com/300N. 1-800-661-         866-647-3965
                                            week $400D, 336-710-0529,
                                                                                                  more information call 445-0436.       7747.                                                                                   Learn To Operate a Crane or Bull
              off Newsome Rd. at                   336-508-2746
            Meadowbrook Drive. 2                                                                  EOE                                                                         C20110214008        Misc. for                     Dozer. Heavy Equipment Training.
                                                                                                                                        C20110221003           H. Wtd/Job     Sale     Direct Pickup                            National Certification. Financial &
             bedrooms, 1.5. baths,                                                                                                      Svcs     New                                                                            Placement Assistance. Georgia
                central heat & air,                     Sales                                                                                                                 DISH NETWORK'S Lowest All-                        School of Construction.
            washer/dryer hook ups.                                                                                                      90+ COLLEGE CREDITS? Serve            Digital Price as low as $24.99/mo                 www.heavy5.com. Use code
               SWIMMING POOL                      LOOK! LOOK!                                          Office Clerk Position            one weekend a month as a Na-          plus Free HD For Life! Call for lim-              "NCCNH." 1-888-218-4460
                    983-0467              2BR/1BA, 2BR/2BA, 3BR/2BA                                 needs computer and some ac-         tional Guard Officer. 16 career       ited time bonus! Call Now. 1-888-
                   Office hours           Mobile homes in Holly Springs                             counting background. Must be        fields, $50,000 student loan repay-   679-4649
                                          ready to move into. Call Wheels &                       able to multi task, pay & benefits    ment, bonus, benefits, tuition as-
            1 - 6 p.m. or by appoint-                                                             negotiable bring resume and ap-
                       ment               Deals Inc. (336) 789-0200                                                                     sistance, more!                       C20110221027              Misc. for
                                                                                                  ply in person Mon-Fri 10am-4pm.       robert.bumgardner@us.army.mil         Sale     New
                                                                                                     See Rick Edwards at Brintle
            Northwood Apts.                                                                        Travel Plaza 125 Plaza Lane Mt       C20110221011                          WANTED 10 HOMES needing sid-
    2 BR/2 BA, appl. furn., w/d hook                                                                              Airy.                 H.Wanted/Truck Drvr New               ing windows or metal roofs. Save
     up, year lease, North Main St.               LOOK! LOOK!                                                                                                                 thousands during our 2011 show
          quiet area. 786-1888            Wheels & Deals Inc. has new &                                                                 A-CDL Drivers: Home Weekly. Hir-      case home search. ALL CREDIT
                                          used Mobile Homes for sale! Sin-                          Management / Supervisory            ing OTR Company Drivers and In-       ACCEPTED. No money down.
                                          gle wides & Double wides Call to-                                                             dependent Contractors. Requires       $89/month 1-866-668-8681
                                          day 336-789-0200                                                                              1 year tractor-trailer experience.
 Twin Oaks Garden Apt Pilot
                                                                                                         Garage Manager                 EPES TRANSPORT 888-293-               C20110207010        Misc/Career
 2BR/1BA, $425 336-325-0978                                                                                 Position                    3232, www.epestransport.com           Training Direct Pickup
                                                                                                  We need a business minded per-
                                                                                                   son with business and mechanic       C20110221018      H.Wtd/Dri-          AIRLINES ARE HIRING- Train for
                                          Mobile homes rent to own! Spaces
                                                                                                  background. Pay and benefits ne-      vers     Copy Change                                                                          Birthday / Anniversary
                                          available   336-325-9971      or                                                                                                    high paying Aviation Career. FAA
                                                                                                  gotiable. Bring resume and apply                                            approved program. Financial aid if
        WILLOW HILL                       336-648-4468
                                                                                                     in person. See Rick Edwards        DRIVERS- CDL-A Flatbed Drivers        qualified. Job placement assis-
        APARTMENTS                                                                                  Mon-Fri 10am to 4pm. Brintle
                                                                                                   Travel Plaza 125 Plaza Lane Mt
                                                                                                                                        Needed! Sign On Bonus! Start up
                                                                                                                                        to $0.43 per mile. Lease purchase
                                                                                                                                                                              tance. Call Aviation Institute of

       $Special Rents$                    New 2011 Doublewides Guaran-
                                                                                                                 Airy.                  available. Experience required.
                                                                                                                                        HornadyTransportation.com. 800-                   Commercial
                                          teed lowest Price @ Custom Built                                                              441-4271, x NC-100
    1BR $383 to $389                      Modular Homes 336-783-6994
    2BR $398 to $411                                                                                             Sales                  C20110221024           H.Wtd/Dri-     Office/ Retail/ Medical Space
                                                                                                                                        vers     New
    (while they last)                                                                                                                                                                      For Lease
                                          5000              Resort Property
                                                                                                           Help Wanted                  TRACTOR OWNER OPERA-
    We also accept HUD                                                                             Company seeks an aggressive          TORS: $1,000 Sign-On Bonus!
                                                                                                   and talented individual to help      2,500-3,000 miles/week.                 Corner of W. Lebanon & Main
    Call 336-789-8500                                                                              develop, grow, and generate
                                                                                                   sales for a growing business in
                                                                                                                                        $1.36/mile w/FSC, Free Trailers,            St. 5,200 SF space fully
                                                                                                                                        Paid Tolls, Consistent Miles.
    TDD- 1-800-735-2962
                                          6000                  Employment                         the construction field through       South, Southeast, Midwest. 1-800-      furnished, including 800 sq. ft.
                                                                                                   lead generation, telemarketing,      831-8737.                                 of warehouse/ garage area
    Mon, Wed, Fri                                                                                  and cold calls. Individual must
                                                                                                                                                                                 with desks/ chairs, ceramic
                                                 Drivers & Delivery                                posses an Associate Degree           C20110221001                                                                                      Happy 18th
    9-4:30                                                                                         and three years minimum expe-        H.Wtd/Truck Drivers    New               tile, carpet & wood flooring.
                                          Dale Snow Trucking, INC. needs                           rience in sales. Mechanical ap-                                                  Has 4 offices (or more),                                Birthday
    Galax Trail off HWY 52                East Coast Flatbed Driver- must                          titude required strong communi-      Driver - Daily or weekly pay. Sin-                                                               Blain Sechrist
                                            have class A CDL with 2 years                          cation skills, and proficiency       gle source dispatch. No tractor        conference room/ show room,
    Across from ProHealth                 exp. Mileage pay, Health ins, Life                       with Microsoft Office Suite.         older than 3 years. Safety              3 restrooms and kitchenette.                                  Love,
                                           Ins., Safety Bonus. Home every                          Send resumes to: CS Sales            bonuses paid quarterly. CDL-A, 3
    Handicap Accessible                    weekend. For more information                           Manager - P.O. Box 1528,             months recent OTR experience.           25 parking spaces available.                             Poppie & Nanna
                                           call Dale or Beth 336-366-4777                          Mount Airy NC, 27030.                800-414-9569.                                      $2,500/mo.
                     Units                                                                                                              www.driveknight.com
                                                                                                                                                                                        Call 336-786-1356                                    Sechrist
                                                   Food Services                                       Needed Immediately
                                                                                                    Successful Pre-owned Car            C20110221021
                                                                                                                                        H.Wtd/Truck Drivers    Copy
                                                       Now Hiring                                  dealership needs aggressive          Change                                     Help Wanted - General                              Help Wanted - General
                                           Experienced Line Cooks, Serv-                          & experienced auto sales pro-
                                           ers, host and buff person. Full &                      fessional apply only in person        DRIVER- CDL-A. Earn a Solid
        MT AIRY OFFICE SPACE                                                                      to L.B Hicks or Tracey Bentley
                                                                                                                                                                                                              CATALINA TEMPERING, INC.
                                             Part time. Fine dining experi-                                                             Paycheck at Western! Flatbed -
                                           enced preferred apply in person                        H&H Auto Sales Hwy 89W Mt.            average pay as high as $0.39 cpm
  Office spaces for lease at 154 N          Mon-Fri 10am-4pm at the Har-                              Airy call-ins will not be         including bonuses and extra pay
  Renfro includes electricity & high       vest Grill 230 Cabernet Ln, Dos-                          accepted or considered!!           items. $500 Sign On Bonus Now                           A growing glass tempering facility
  speed internet, phone service             bon, NC. No phone calls. Drug                                                               Available! CDL-A, TWIC Card and                            is seeking Full Time, General
  with long distance and fax. Call          screening & background check                                                                Good Driving Record. 1-866-863-
  401-6222                                              required.                                                                       4117.                                                    Laborers/Loaders. Must be able
                                                                                                                                                                                                      to work 1st and 2nd shift.
                                                                                                  7000
                                                                                                                                        C20110221022           Health                                    Production or Glass
                                                                                                                      Statewide Ads     New
                Condominiums                  Help Wanted - General                                                                                                                                     Manufacturing a plus.
                                                                                                  C20110214018           Auctions       HIP REPLACEMENT SURGERY:                  Fast paced, team environment. Some lifting
       Condo in Pilot Mountain              2 Booths for rent @ Headlines                         Direct Pickup                         If you had hip replacement surgery       required. We offer Medical, Dental, 401K, and
    2BR/2.5BA full basement, $750.         Salon call Charman @789-2315                                                                 between 2005-present and suf-
            336-409-5373                                                                          ANTIQUE FIREARMS AUCTION,             fered problems requiring a second                    monthly Profit Sharing.
                                             $65.00 a week INCLUDING
                                              TOWEL SERVICE. 526 W.                               240+ early pistols & long guns by     revision surgery you may be enti-      Apply in person at 630 Derby St. Mt. Airy,NC 27030
                Houses for Rent                Lebanon St Mt Airy NC                              Colt, Winchester, Remington,          tled to compensation. Attorney
                                                                                                  Springfield, Luger, WWI & WWII        Charles Johnson, 1-800-535-                             EOE. Drug screening required.
                                                                                                  Military firearms from one lifetime   5727.
        2 or 3BR/1BA, No pets                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             00385832
                                                        NEEDED                                    collection - Online Only Auction -
      $500m+$500dep, 789-3598                                                                     ALSO: Edward Owen Estate (de-         C20110221005        Help
                                             Immediate opening for experi-
                                              enced pet groomer at Lucky                          ceased) Auction - 200+ wooden         Wanted/Job Services New
                                                                                                  decoys, many old NC decoys &
                                                                                                                                                                                             Auctions                                              Auctions
                                             Bones County Club in Mt Airy
                                           must be capable of grooming all                        MORE Firearms - Bidding now           NAVY RESERVE HIRING- Serve
    Dobson & Shelton Town 2,3 or 4         breeds of dogs. Good personal-                         LIVE at www.HouseAuctionCom-

                                                                                                                                                                                                      AUCTION
         BR 336-325-6706                   ity and dependable must furnish                        pany.com 252-729-1162 -                          Commercial
                                              portfolio of previous grooms                        NCAL#7889.
                                                   Contact Shelby at
                                            336-719-2259 or 336-755-8452                          C20110221004
                                                                                                  New
                                                                                                                         Auctions                                                                              Dobson, NC
    Lease to Buy 342 Independence
    must have down payment 5% of                                                                  BIG BOYS TOYS AUCTION. Sat-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Feb 25, 2011 6:30pm
       $52,000 good references                 Foothills Fast pitch                               urday, March 5, 9:30 am. Come &                                                  Hutchens Auction Bldg (Across street from Lantern Restaurant)
             336-429-9211                                                                         buy your dream equipment, trucks,
                                                    Softball                                                                                                                         6:30pm Choice on Boxlots then move into Single Pick
                                           Looking for anyone interested in                       trailers, etc. 7250 NC 210 N, Ang-
                                           the 2011 U.I.C. position. Will be                      ier. Johnson Properties. 919-639-                                             Firearms Sell at 7:30: New England Arms 20 GA SB, Mossberg MDL
                   Manufactured Housing    required to schedule games,                            2231. www.johnsonproperties.com                                               500 Pump 12 GA., JC Higgins 22 Cal, A J Aubrey 12 GA. DB w/ 32 In
  4000                                     tournaments & umpires. For                             NCAL7340.                                                                     Barrels, Winchester MDL 41 410 Bolt Action
                                           more information call Jeff Holt
                                                                                                  C20110207018        Automobile
                                                                                                                                                                                (not on site until sale day / must be NC resident and 21 years old to buy)
                                           at 336-755-5008 or Brent Hull at
                                                                                                  Donation Direct Pickup                                                        Instruments: Fiddle Early 1900’s w/ wood case (reserve), Rondini
                     Rentals               336-374-9029
                                                                                                                                                                                Accordian Made in Italy (reserve), Harmony 6 string guitar w/ case
  *3BR Mobile homes $450/mo NO
       PETS 336-429-9827
                                                                                                  DONATE YOUR VEHICLE- Re-
                                                                                                  ceive $1000 Grocery Coupon.
                                                                                                  United Breast Cancer Foundation.
                                                                                                                                                Office                          Tools: socket sets, dent pullers, jig saw, electric drill, soldering iron, router,
                                                   Help Wanted                                                                                                                  lg. amount of drill bits, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2 dr. ratchets, screwdrivers, Craftsman
                                          Immediate opening for a Licensed
                                          Cosmetologist with good customer
                                                                                                  Free Mammograms, Breast Can-
                                                                                                  cer info: www.ubcf.info. Free Tow-
                                                                                                  ing, Tax Deductible, Non-Runners
                                                                                                                                               Building                         wrenches and others, Craftsman sockets and others, files, battery tools,
                                                                                                                                                                                scissors, air hose and blow guns, wire strippers, tape measures, universials,
  14x70 2BR/2BA mobile home for
                                          service skills. Management oppor-
                                           tunities available 336-786-4550                        Accepted, 1-888-468-5964.                for Rent or Lease                    wood chisels, pliers of all types, vise grips and other locking pliers, pipe
                                                                                                                                                                                wrenches, hammer, nail pullers, squares, hack saws, proto wrenches, side
   sale or rent on nice corner lot in
  King 336-983-8632 336-813-7282
                                                                                                                                               All or Part                      cutters, Craftsman jointer, saw bucks, conveyor stands, vise and table, fan,
                                                                                                                                                                                Coleman camp stoves, shop lights, c-clamps, grinding rocks, taps and dies,
                                              Help Wanted - General                                   Help Wanted - General               12 Rooms, 3 Baths,                    bolt cutters, fishing rods, tool boxes, pole saw, bench grinder, battery
                                                                                                                                                                                charger, shop air purifier system, and much more.
                                                                                                                                         Kitchen, City Water,
                                                                                                                                                                                Misc. Merchandise: Old wash pot (repaired), old Toms jar (no lid), Old
 2BR/1BA. Central air, stove, ref.,
 we mow the yard & furnish the wa-                                                                                                            Heat Pump,                        beam bench, sewing machine stand, table and 4 chairs, metal shelf, very lg.
                                                                                                                                                                                amount of Disney toys, Pez dispensers, Smurf glasses, figurines and more.
 ter. $425 mo/ $425 dep. No pets.
 336-789-0200
                                                                                                                                         Central Air, Carpeted,                 This will be a large auction-very good merchandise on choice tables.
                                               Hanesbrands Inc. has an opening at our headquarters                                         Partly Furnished                                       CASH/GOOD CHECK/MC/VISA
                                              location in Winston Salem, NC for a Costing Engineer.                                                                                                     5% BUYER PREMIUM
                                                                                                                                         Located on Old Hwy 601                           HUTCHENS SALES AND AUCTION • MT. AIRY, NC
 2BR/2BA Priv, lot in Lambsburg             This position provides new product/concept cost estimates                                    (former Sherman Simpson Building)                   (336) 710-6891/ (336) 786-9055/ (336) 356-4575
 350mo + 350 Dep 336-302-1548              for all new Outerwear and Male Underwear products. It also
                                                provides analytical comparisons of standard costs to                                            Contact                                    Mike Hutchens
                                                                                                                                                                                    NCAL #6922 NCREBL #258432
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Rachel Hutchens
                                                     anticipated product changes to core styles.                                           Grover Haymore                                  VA AL #2907
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                NCAFL #7213

   3BR/2BA priv lot $400M+D Ref                                     Apply online at                                                       Home- 336-386-8887                            Pictures at WWW.AUCTIONZIP.COM ID# 3563
  Req 336-374-3261 336-648-7241                  https://jobs-hanesbrands.icims.com/jobs/3536/job                                                                                                  Home for sale: 132 Glenn Ct. Mt. Airy, NC
                                                                                                   EOE                                    Work- 336-352-4500                                    Piedmont Realty Mike Hutchens (336) 710-6891
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