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SEPTEMBER 16, 2010

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Stokes News

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King police officers will have their own patrol cars

Council did not agree on the vote

By Leslie Bray Evans

News Editor

There was dissension at the

King City Council meeting last

week over an issue involving the

King Police Department. When

the vote was finally taken on

Tuesday, Sept. 7, to see if King

police officers would be individually

assigned patrol cars, it was

3-1 in favor of. Mayor Pro Tem

Dillard Burnette was the nay

vote.

Before the council discussion,

King Police Chief Paula May

presented them with the advantages

of individually assigned

cars. The gist of her argument

was that this policy would reduce

wear and tear and car replacement.

May talked about how the

shared cars never “rest” and

wear out in an average of 12-18

months. On the other hand, individually

assigned cars are replaced

an average of every four

to five years.

Next, May said that the proposed

policy would help with police

presence since there would

Cloudy water in Walnut

Cove safe to drink

By Cathy Long

Contributing Writer

The discolored tap water

found in many Walnut

Cove homes was determined

to be the result of

air in water lines due to

recent sandblasting and

painting work.

Town Manager Homer

Dearmin said the Utility

Services Cooperation just

completed a contracted job

with the town to sandblast

the interior and paint the

exterior of all the tanks in

Walnut Cove, the most recent

being on Plant Street

and Ninth Street.

The Parkdale tank is

up next.

The tanks are cleaned

every five years on a rotating

basis and Mayor

John Hodgkin suggested

that the public be informed

prior to future

cleanings.

Commissioner Polly

Gooslby told the board last

Tuesday she had received

numerous calls from residents

concerned about the

water, which had a cloudy,

milky appearance.

The scores are good for

Stokes County Schools

Stokes County Schools once again made major

strides during the 2009-2010 school year under North

Carolina's ABCs of Public Education and the federal reporting

of AYP (Adequate Yearly Progress) results.

“Stokes County Schools are continuing to make improvements

in the education of the children of our county,”

said Michael Sands, Director of Testing and Accountability

for the local school system.

Ten Stokes County Schools received the designation

of Schools of Distinction for the 2009-2010 school year

by the North Carolina State Board of Education. This

represented 52.6 percent of county schools, as compared

to 28.2 percent of schools across the state. This good

news represents an increase for the county from the

2008-2009 school year when only eight schools received

this designation.

In order to earn recognition as a School of Distinction,

schools must have met at least expected growth

and have 80-89 percent of their student test scores at

grade level or above. Germanton, Mount Olive, Lawsonville

and Pinnacle elementary schools; Southeastern

Stokes Middle School; and North Stokes and West

Stokes high schools were all named Schools of Distinction

with High Growth. Chestnut Grove Middle School

and King and London elementary schools were named

Schools of Distinction with Expected Growth.

Of these schools, North Stokes High School had the

highest performance composite figure in the county at

89.8 percent.

Another seven Stokes County schools were recognized

as Schools of Progress by the State Board of Education

because they earned at least Expected Growth

and had at least 60 percent of their students' scores at

or above achievement Level III. Schools of Progress with

High Growth include Nancy Reynolds, Pine Hall, Sandy

Ridge and Walnut Cove elementary schools and South

Stokes High School.

Schools of Progress with Expected Growth are Francisco

Elementary and Piney Grove Middle. Meadowbrook

School earned Expected Growth under the ABCs

program. Both Meadowbrook School and the Stokes

Early College High School were schools of special provision

and are evaluated differently because of the small

student population. The Stokes Early College has not

received a designation, because it is in its first year of

existence; however, the overall proficiency of the students

on state-administered End of Course tests was at

92.1 percent.

“We are committed to doing what is right for our students.

Stokes County Schools successfully implemented

several programs that support student achievement and

lead to the overall success of our schools,” said Donna

See SCHOOLS, page A2

be double the number of officers

in the city during the overlap of

shifts. She related how her department

is losing man-hours by

officers having to switch out cars

at shift change.

Another point in favor of individually

assigning cars, May argued,

is that there would be a

greater perception of public safety,

because citizens tend to feel

safer in neighborhoods where

police cars are parked. Studies

have shown that visible police

cars are a crime deterrent.

Another plus, May said,

would be the increased availability

of officers for holidays, special

events and call-outs. Technically,

a police officer is never really

off-duty but is required to

always be on duty if needed. May

gave the example of a crisis or

emergency such as a natural disaster

when all hands are needed

on deck; the officers could take

their assigned cars straight to

the crisis scene rather than having

to drive into the station to

grab a patrol car.

One big problem with shared

cars, May explained, is the sequence

of events in trading out

cars. The officer must drive

his/her personal car to the police

station, unload that car, pick up

a patrol car, inspect it, calibrate

the in-car camera and radar

unit, load and connect the Mobile

Data Terminal and switch

out all gear. Most of the time, the

officer coming on shift already

has pending calls which he/she

cannot immediately go to because

the switch must be made.

Ownership and pride is an-

See POLICE, page A2

STOKES COUNTY FAIR AND FESTIVAL DAYS

Photos by Jeremy Moorhouse and Cheryl Vaden/The Stokes News

The 36th annual Stokes Stomp, Festival on the

Dan was held Saturday and Sunday at Moratock

Park in Danbury. The event is a

fundraiser for the Stokes County Arts Council. The

day kicked off with the Stomp Parade and musical

performances from North Stokes, South Stokes and

West Stokes High School Bands. Scheduled to perform

on Saturday were the Star Catchers, Cana Ramblers,

Miss Joyce’s Dance Studio, Holly Creek Girls, Alleghany

Moon, None of the Above and Rich in Tradition.

Scheduled for Sunday were Regal Sloan, Rick

McCraw and Lone Hickory, Kopper Kanyon, CC Dance

Company, County Clare, The Last Band and Slate

Mountain Ramblers. There was entertainment for

children also. The Saturday lineup featured the North

Stokes High School cheerleaders, Stokes County 4-H

Program, 2010 Miss North Carolina Preteen Tara

Lynne Schiphof, South Stokes High Cheerleaders,

Charles the Chef (Roosevelt Pitt), Miss Joyce’s Dance

Town of Walnut Cove receives large grant

The N.C. Rural Economic Development

Center has awarded 67

grants totaling $5.2 million to create

jobs and address clean water

needs throughout North Carolina.

The grants will assist communities

in 46 rural counties and create 375

jobs.

The center’s board of directors

approved the grants Aug. 25. The

grants were made possible by appropriations

of the N.C. General Assembly.

45 of those grants totaling $1.9

million were awarded to assist water

and sewer projects that address

infrastructure related to public and

environmental health.

Studio, Stokes County Humane Society, Steve and

Olivia Shelton and the West Stokes High Cheerleaders.

The Sunday lineup was George and Maggie Hicks

(Historian and Storytelling), Boy Scouts of American,

Maya and Bruce Burgess (Music), 2010 Miss North

Carolina Preteen Tara Lynne Schiphof, Dance Perfections,

CC Dance Company and Miss Joyce’s Dance

Studio.

Top left: A float in the parade recognizing the anniversary

of the 9-11-2001.

Top right: Tristan Tuttle explores transporation ways of

old.

Bottom left:

Children enjoy opening night at the fair with a train ride.

Botttom right: Face painting was part of the children

area activities at the Stokes Stomp.

To view more photos of area festivals and fairs visit

www.thestokesnews.com.

The Town of Walnut Cove will receive

$40,000 to develop a capital

improvement plan for its wastewater

system. This project will allow

the Town to engage an engineer

to assess the needs of the wastewater

system and develop a plan for

addressing those needs in the foreseeable

future.

Town Manager Homer Dearmin

collaborated with All-American Associates,

a consulting firm engaged

by the Town, to apply for the grant

in the spring of 2010.

“These grants are very competitive,

and it is vital that we have an

experienced grant writer to assist

us in securing these funds,”

Dearmin said. “They have done an

excellent job in helping the Town secure

funding for projects over the

past several years, including money

awarded to begin a greenway project

in the near future.”

The Town will now begin the

process of requesting qualifications

from engineering firms who are interested

in partnering with the

Town on the wastewater project.

“We will send out requests for qualifications

over the next two weeks,

and hope to select an engineer this

fall,” said Dearmin.

Dearmin also wished to thank

State Representative Bryan Hol-

See GRANT, page A2

This

week

Muscular Dystrophy fundraiser

See page A2

Hopkins completes training

See page A8

Quote of

the Week:

I see great things in

baseball. It's our

game - the

American game.

-Walt Whitman

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Sports....................................B1

Editorial................................A4

What’s Going On.................A5

Church page.........................A6


Page A2 - The Stokes News, September 16, 2010

Raising money for Muscular Dystrophy

Submitted photo

Red Bank Missionary Baptist Church in Germanton

will once again host their annual Muscular Dystrophy

fundraiser in honor of Austin Doub, pictured on the

left. The event will be held on Sept. 19 at 1121 Terry

Road, off Highway 65, 1.1 miles east of Germanton

Park. There will be food, games, silent auction, bingo

and a cruise-in. All proceeds go to the Muscular Dystrophy

Association. Rain date is September 26.

Veterans

VFW POST 11173

WALNUT COVE, NC

INVITES ALL STOKES COUNTY AREA VETERANS TO A FREE

BREAKFAST AT “RICKY JOE’S” RESTAURANT

LOCATED ON MAIN ST. IN GERMANTON

SATURDAY THE 18TH OF SEPTEMBER 2010

8:00 AM TO 11:00 AM

BREAKFAST WILL BE FROM THE MENU AND SERVED ON THE

PORCH, WITH ANY OVERFLOW BEING SERVED INSIDE.

COME EARLY AND BRING A VETERAN FRIEND TO

ENJOY A LITTLE COMRADERY WITH OTHER VETERANS

FROM THE AREA.

Gray Ashburn, POST COMMANDER

Stokes County

Republican Party

Headquarters

OPENING SEPTEMBER 20th

310 Kirby Rd. King, NC

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HOURS

Through September 10:00-6:00

November 10:00-8:00

SPECIAL NOTICE--ELECTIONS

The Stokes County Board of Elections, in accordance

with G. S. 163-128, ”Election Precincts and Voting Places

Established or Altered”, hereby gives notice that the

REYNOLDS VOTING PRECINCT has been temporarily

changed to Brown Mountain Baptist Church at 2269

NC 66 HWY N.

This change is due to ongoing construction at Nancy

Reynolds Elementary School and is effective for the November

2, 2010 General Election.

This the 7th day of September, 2010.

Velmalene Leake, Chairman

Richard Rutledge

Mycleta Burwell

Notice of Intent of Stokes County

Board of Commissioners to Lease,

Sell or Convey Stokes-Reynolds

Memorial Hospital

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at the

regular meeting of the Stokes County Board of

Commissioners on Monday, September 27,

2010, to be held in the Commissioners Chambers,

Administration Building, 1014 Main Street,

Danbury, NC 27016, the Stokes County Board

of Commissioners will consider adopting a Resolution

Declaring its Intent to Sell, Lease or

Convey Stokes-Reynolds Memorial Hospital. At

this time the only known potential buyer or lessee

is HMC/CAH Consolidated, Inc., Kansas

City, Missouri. At the meeting, the Board of

County Commissioners will solicit additional interested

lessees and purchasers, and all known

and additional prospective lessees and purchasers

will be invited to submit proposals for the lease,

sale or conveyance of Stokes-Reynolds Memorial

Hospital. The Board of County Commissioners

intends to negotiate the terms of the lease or sale

of the hospital with the organization that submits

the proposal accepted by the County.

Jimmy Walker, Chairman

Stokes County Board of Commissioners

POLICE

Continued from page A1

other reason May said officers

should have assigned

patrol cars. She noted that

studies have shown that

once officers take ownership

of their cars, they feel

competitive about keeping

their cars nice. Accountability

figures into this as

well. May compared it to

the situation of renting or

owning a home, arguing

that when people actually

own something, they take

better care of it.

Recruitment and retention

of officers is also a factor,

May said. She noted

that having a take home

car is a plus for officers

looking for a job. She

showed a letter from a

King officer who ended up

going to Forsyth County,

citing higher pay and a

take home car as reasons.

Safety is an issue when

officers share cars, according

to May. Since no officer

is ever legally off-duty and

their personal vehicles

have no emergency equipment,

they are at risk if

called to a situation while

not on shift. May gave statistics

on officers that are

killed while attempting to

assist while “off-duty.”

May noted that grants

are often awarded to communities

that have community-oriented

policing.

She opined that the collec-

SCHOOLS

Continued from page A1

Boyles, assistant superintendent.

“The success that

has taken place in our

schools is the result of the

collaborative effort and

hard work of our staff, faculty,

and students at each

school.”

Sands explains some of

GRANT

Continued from page A1

loway for his help in securing

rural center funds for

Walnut Cove. Dearmin

met with Holloway in June

to discuss the project,

shortly after the application

had been submitted.

“Representative Holloway

is always looking

out for the needs of Stokes

County,” said Dearmin.

“Our State Legislature has

helped dozens of communities

by funding projects for

this Rural Center grant

cycle.”

tion of patrol cars parked

at the station does not indicate

community presence.

The fleet of unused

cars also gives a bad perception,

she said, as she

related how she has had

people ask why the officers

aren’t out patrolling.

Cost is an issue, too,

May pointed out. Take

home cars may mean more

gas costs, she admitted,

but the maintenance costs

would go down.

May’s final point was

that in a survey of 10

nearby municipalities

such as Greensboro, Winston-Salem

and Kernerville,

all 10 have a take

home policy of some type.

Burnette argued that

those 10 are large municipalities

compared to King;

May said not all were, e.g.

Thomasville. Burnette

said they have to let their

officers take the cars home

as there is no room in

those cities to park the

large numbers of patrol

cars.

Burnette also said that

officers with their own

cars still have to recalibrate

equipment. May

replied that they could do

that at home before coming

to work.

Burnette’s biggest disagreement

involved the

fact that the majority of

King’s police officers don’t

live in the city limits. He

argued that if the council

allowed the take home car

the positive factors in the

county schools, such as the

academic and extracurricular

opportunities incorporated

in the school day

that allow students to

work in individual and

group settings.

“Even as standards for

student achievement rise

as part of the federal No

Child Left Behind Act, the

staff and students of

According to Dearmin,

grants such as this one

will help to keep utility

bills low for Town citizens.

Without grant assistance,

the Town would be forced

to fund studies and improvements

with drastically

increased utility rates.

“Our citizens enjoy relatively

low utility rates

when you compare our water

and sewer systems to

systems across the state,”

Dearmin noted. “If we can

continue to engage a grant

writer and apply for and

receive grants, we can ensure

that those rates continue

to be low and responsible.”

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policy, they would be asking

the taxpayers of King

to pay for patrol cars to be

parked out in the county

which would give a perception

of safety there but not

in King itself.

Council member

Charles Allen asked if

there would really be a

savings since some officers

might live as far away as

the 25-mile limit and

would put many more

miles on the patrol cars.

May answered that she

would recommend that the

take home policy apply to

officers who lived within

10 miles of the King city

limits, with the exception

of higher levels of officers.

Council member Wesley

Carter interjected: “I’m all

for assigning cars. . .These

law enforcement officers

put their lives on the line

every day, yet we squabble

over the miles.”

Council member Terri

Fowler related that she

had ridden along with police

officers four times in

the last three months to

personally witness the

shift change. The time factor

was 45 minutes in one,

35 in another.

“For me, so what if cars

are parked outside of the

city?” Fowler declared.

“They’re not doing anything

parked at that police

department. . .I am for assigning

cars. . .This is not

the same King that it was

five, 10 years ago,” adding

Stokes County Schools

continue to rise to meet

the challenges set before

them,” Sands stated.

The district met 44 of

48 target goals under the

federal AYP program, or

91.7 percent. Eighteen

schools met 100 percent of

their targets under the

AYP measures. Additionally,

18 schools met expected

growth status in

that now a criminal element

is present.

May assured the council

that if they voted in favor

of the policy, she would

closely monitor it, using

take home car privileges

as a “management tool.”

For example, if an officer is

not performing well, the

privilege can be taken

away. May also stressed

that she would support

whatever decision the

council made.

But she also gave her

reasoning behind her argument

for individually

assigned patrol cars, “You

hired me to be a good

steward, and these are my

findings.”

At this time, May said,

there are 22 officers and

only 17 vehicles, which

would mean five officers

would still have to share.

Allen noted that he

would like to see a report

on savings in six months.

May reminded him that it

is often two years before

savings are noticeable and

four years before they are

drastic.

Fowler made the motion

to approve the policy

with an evaluation after

six months. Carter seconded

the motion; he and

Fowler were joined by

Allen in the approval.

The next regular meeting

of the King City Council

is scheduled for Monday,

Oct. 4, at 7 p.m. at

King City Hall.

the NC ABCs of Accountability

program, and 12

schools met high growth

status.

Additional information

regarding the AYP or ABC

designations for Stokes

County may be obtained

at the website for the N.C.

Department of Public Instruction

or by visiting

http://abcs.ncpublicschools.org/abcs/.

Sauratown VFD meeting

Submitted photo

On Saturday, August 7, the Sauratown Volunteer

Fire Dept. held their 47th Annual Corporation Meeting.

Pictured above are Chris Ouellette (left) and

Wayne Barneycastle (right) who were named Firefighters

of the Year. Donna Smith of the Ladies Auxiliary

(not pictured) was named Lady of the Year.

Area students named to VT dean's list

Virginia Tech has announced

its dean’s list for

spring 2010 semester. To

qualify for the dean’s list,

students must attempt at

least 12 credit hours

graded on the A-F option

and earn a 3.4 grade

point average (on a 4.0

scale) during the semester.

The following student

enrolled at Virginia Tech

were named to the dean’s

list for the spring 2010 semester:

Sarah A. Scott—King:

Scott is a sophomore majoring

in biological sciences

in the College of

Science.

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Public Records

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LAND TRANSFERS

In recording deeds, the state of

North Carolina does not require that

the amount paid for property be stated

on the deed. However, a tax stamp at

the rate of $2 per $1,000 valuation or

fraction is thereof affixed to each

deed.

The Stokes County Register of

Deeds recorded the following deeds:

QUAKER GAP TOWNSHIP:

Mark A. Marion and wife Sara A.

Marion, nine acres, to Paul J. Ladd

and wife, Janice L. Ladd, $360.

YADKIN TOWNSHIP:

Jimmy Lee Doty and wife, Jeanie

A. Doty, one lot, to Nazario Landaverde

Gonzalez and wife, Hortencia

Correa Chavez, $230.

Fredrick G. Johnson, Commissioner

and Administrator CTA of the estate

of Mary Edna Messer Hunter, over 13

acres, to Dahl J. Tritt and wife, Mary

H. Tritt, $120.

UNDESIGNATED TOWNSHIP:

Brandon Lee Simmons and wife,

April Witt Simmons, two tracts, to Kenneth

William Nommsen and Ranae

Jean Nommsen, $150.

Chad J. Rogers and wife, Amanda

B. Rogers (formerly Amanda B. Scott),

over 10 acres, to Timothy P. Layton

and wife, Sharon A. Layton, $476.

Household Realty Corporation, one

lot, to Donald Keith Hellard Jr., $150.

MARRIAGES

The following marriage licenses

were issued recently by the Register

of Deeds:

Kevin Kilby, 23, of Sylva, and Ashley

Joyce, 22, of Westfield.

Darrell Mabe, 28, of King, and Allison

Hester, 26, of Winston-Salem.

Cody Clayton, 21, of Germanton,

and Ashley Carpenter, 21, of Germanton.

Daniel Ferguson, 23, of Mayodan,

and Brooke Marsh, 21, of Walnut

Cove.

KING ARRESTS

The following people were arrested

and charged by the King Police Department.

The information includes the

arrested person’s name, address and

charges received.

Heidi Frenette, 30, 186 Trinity Drive,

King, for misdemeanor financial

card fraud.

David Stephenson, 18, 122 Merrydale

Court, King, for two counts misdemeanor

contributing to delinquency

of juvenile. Bond is $5,000 unsecured.

Billy Lawson, 36, 6335 Twinwood

Court, Trinity, for misdemeanor probation

violation, for two counts misdemeanor

failure to appear, for misdemeanor

threatening phone call and for

misdemeanor injury to real property.

Bond is $5,500 secured.

Julius White Jr., 32, 1005 Birch

Creek Drive, Walnut Cove, for misdemeanor

assault inflicting serious injury.

Cindy Vanzant, 17, 221 Ingram Drive,

Apt. 5B, King, for misdemeanor resisting

a public officer.

Ronald Deviney Jr., 34, 428 White

Road, King, for misdemeanor simple

assault. Bond is $500 unsecured.

Norman Spainhour, 60, 2635 Slate

Road, King, for misdemeanor assault

with deadly weapon. Bond is $500 unsecured.

Tommy Page, 45, 857 Meadowbrook

Drive, Apt. 1, King, for misdemeanor

worthless check.

Ronald Kiser, 41, 1054 Flint Road,

King, for misdemeanor simple possession

of marijuana, misdemeanor failure

to appear and for misdemeanor

drug paraphernalia. Bond is $1,500

secured.

KING INCIDENTS

The following incidents/investigations

were reported to the King Police

Department recently. The information

includes the area where it occurred,

the incident and any additional information

provided about the incident.

Larceny was reported at Marziano

Drive, King, when $30 bottle of prescription

medicine was stolen.

Breaking and entering and larceny

were reported at Moore Road, King,

when $500 glass window was damage,

$1,000 laptop, $400 money box

and money, $15 post office box key

and other keys and $2 plastic scent oil

bottle were stolen.

Breaking and entering and larceny

were reported at Moore Road, King,

when $500 worth of damage was

done to glass window, $100 damage

to window blinds and $1,100 to dentistry

eyeglasses, and $1,500 large

lens dentistry camera, $50 camera

case, $20 camera battery, $250 fire

safe, $10 bottle of Advil and $10 box

containing packets of Tylenol were

stolen.

Breaking and entering and larceny

were reported at Moore Road, King,

when $500 damage was done to glass

window and $100 to window blinds,

and $500 laptop computer was stolen.

Unauthorized use of motor vehicle

was reported at Augusta Court, King,

when $1,500 blazer was stolen.

Identify theft was reported at Merriweather

Drive, King, when a social security

card and insurance card were

stolen and $133 doctor visit was

charged.

Resisting a public officer was reported

at South Main Street, King.

Assault with a deadly weapon was

reported at White Road, King.

Possession up to half oz. marijuana,

possession of drug paraphernalia,

failure to appear and order for arrest

were reported at South Main Street,

King, when package of rolling papers

was seized.

ARRESTS

The following people were arrested

and charged by the Stokes County

Sheriff’s Office. The information includes

the arrested person’s name,

address and charges received.

Amy Atchison, 26, 2276 Piney

Mountain Road, Walnut Cove, for

felony trafficking opium or heroin.

Andrew Hampton, 21, 113 Marvin

Lane, King, for misdemeanor driving

while impaired, passing in no passing

zone, open container and failure to

wear seatbelt.

Danny Monday, 54, 228 Sherry Drive,

Mt. Airy, for misdemeanor failure to

appear. Bond is $500.

Teena Smith, 47, 2345 Flat Shoals

Road, Germanton, for misdemeanor

failure to appear. Bond is $200 secured.

Michael Waller, 36, 102 Kelleystone

Drive, Apt. 15, King, for misdemeanor

injury to personal property.

Bond is $1,000 unsecured.

Ronald Nickelston, 45, 1015 Country

Side Court, Sandy Ridge, for three

counts misdemeanor assault on a female.

Bond is $500 unsecured.

Kayla Dixon, 19, 2186 Dillard

Road, for misdemeanor underage

drinking and two counts misdemeanor

resist, delay and obstruction. Bond is

$1,000 secured.

Julius White, 63, 9624 Baux Mountain

Road, Germanton, for misdemeanor

assault and battery and misdemeanor

communicating threats.

Bond is $1,000 unsecured.

Wayne Lindsay, 38, 1090 Meghan

Lane, King, for felony gun, etc. on

school property. Bond is $5,000 unsecured.

Zachary Westmoreland, 17, 258

Winfield Drive, King, for misdemeanor

failure to appear. Bond is $1,000 secured.

Kristina Murry, 26, 2414 K. Fork

Road, Madison, for misdemeanor failure

to appear and misdemeanor order

for arrest. Bond is $1,700 secured.

Danielle East, 23, 3805 Dodgetown

Road, Walnut Cove, for misdemeanor

failure to appear and misdemeanor order

for arrest. Bond is $3,000 secured.

Timothy Inman, 34, 2927 Hart

Road, Lawsonville, for misdemeanor

failure to appear and misdemeanor order

for arrest.

Michael Ennis, 35, Forsyth County

Jail, for felony trafficking opium or

heroin. Bond is $150,000 secured.

William Johnson, 19, 669 Mountain

View Road, King, for misdemeanor injury

to personal property.

Darrius Harrison, 30, 2825 Bailey

Street, Winston-Salem, for misdemeanor

failure to appear. Bond is

$5,000 secured.

Kimberly Jessee, 48, 597 Old

Jonesboro Road, Bristol, Tenn., for

misdemeanor failure to appear. Bond

is $75,000 secured.

Stephen Rhynehardt, 42, Stokes

County Jail, for two counts habitual

felon. Bond is $10,000 secured.

Andrea Tate, 28, 2962 Perch Road,

Pinnacle, for felony breaking and entering,

felony larceny and felony possession

of stolen goods. Bond is

$15,000 secured.

Jessica Gwynn, 29, 2014 Shoals

Road, Pinnacle, for misdemeanor assault

with deadly weapon. Bond is

$500 unsecured.

David Potts, 30, 5530 Highway 66

South, King, for misdemeanor assault

and battery and misdemeanor injury to

real property. Bond is $1,000 secured.

Daniel George, 24, 108 Blaylock

Court, Pilot Mountain, for misdemeanor

assault government

official/employee, misdemeanor communicating

threats and two counts resisting

public officer. Bond is $15,000

secured.

Billy Holder, 38, 1085 Deer Walk

Lane, Sandy Ridge, for misdemeanor

assault and battery. Bond is $1,000

unsecured.

Gregory Francis, 48, 1031 Old

Winston Road, Pinnacle, for two

counts misdemeanor failure to appear.

Bond is $5,000 cash and $1,000 secured.

INCIDENTS

The following incidents/investigations

were reported to the Stokes

County Sheriff’s Office recently. The

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incident.

Assault was reported at Country

Side Court, Sandy Ridge.

Resist, delay, interfere and alcohol

offence were reported at Dillard Road,

Madison.

Police service was reported at

Meghan Lane, King.

Assault was reported at Lacy Lane,

Walnut Cove.

Damage to property was reported

at South Stokes High Drive, Walnut

Cove, when $25 damage was done to

steel bathroom stall door.

Domestic disturbance was reported

at Bittersweet Drive, Germanton.

Larceny was reported at NC 89

Highway, Westfield, when $250 tiller

was stolen.

Domestic disturbance was reported

at Amos Ridge Road, Sandy Ridge.

Larceny was reported at Hwy. 65

East, Walnut Cove, when $350 cell

phone was stolen.

Domestic disturbance was reported

at Country Trail Road, Walnut Cove.

Larceny was reported at Carroll

Road, when $300 canoe and $200 canoe

were stolen.

Possession of gun on school property

was reported at Meadowbrook

Drive, King.

Injury to personal property was reported

at Kelleystone Drive, King,

when $698.22 damage was done to

LCD TV and $199 to cell phone, and

$40 memory card was stolen.

Domestic disturbance was reported

at Hwy. 8 North, Lawsonville.

Damage to property was reported

at Power Dam Road, Walnut Cove,

when $150 damage was done to

windshield.

Breaking and entering and larceny

were reported at NC. 8 North, when

$120 color TV, $200 Playstation with

games, $90 electric hedge trimmers,

$20 stereo speakers, $30 BB rifles,

$125 shotgun and $95 metal detector

were all stolen.

Trespassing and harassing phone

calls were reported at Highway 65

East, Walnut Cove.

Larceny was reported at NC 89

West, Westfield, when $40 worth of

Oxycodone was stolen.

Breaking and entering and larceny

were reported at Middleton Loop

Road, Walnut Cove, when $2,200 sixdiamond

ring, $1,000 emerald and diamond

ring, $2,500 two-diamond

bracelets, $1,500 diamond dome

ring, $1,000 diamond cross necklace,

$1,000 gold bracelet, $200 gold

band, $300 platinum and gold band,

$200 black-face gold watch with diamondot,

$800 gold watch with black

face, $100 Coppertone watch and

$300 gold toe rings and gold rings

were stolen.

Communicating threats was reported

at Helsabeck Road, King.

Communicating threats was reported

at Duggins Road, Madison.

Communicating threats was reported

at Highbridge Road, Pinnacle.

Domestic argument was reported

at Chestnut Grove Road, King.

Breaking and entering to motor

vehicle and damage to property were

reported at Gunnell Road, Rural Hall,

when $150 damage was done to passenger

door window and $300 GPS

was stolen.

Domestic disturbance was reported

at Tilley Road, Walnut Cove.

Breaking and entering of motor

vehicle and larceny were reported at

Maple Lane, King, when $40 CD case

and $650 CDs were stolen.

Larceny was reported at Hwy. 65

East, Walnut Cove, when $40 flag pirate,

$20 flagpole, $40 fan, $150 set

of tires, $40 planter, $25 statues, $20

gazing balls and $60 trashcan were

stolen.

Larceny was reported at NC Hwy.

8/65, when $36 gas was stolen.

Disturbance was reported at Gentry

Road.

Domestic assault was reported Mt.

View Road, King.

Vandalism was reported at Hwy.

772, Walnut Cove.

Breaking and entering, larceny

and damage to property were reported

at Martin Luther King Jr., Walnut

Cove, when $1,500 plastic jug of

coins, $150 speakers, $1,500 flat

screen TV, $45 steaks from freezer,

$500 flat screen TV, $50 bottle of Vicidon

pills, $20 bottle of Motrin pills,

$400 black leather coats and $250

motorcycle jacket were stolen, and

$50 damage was done to door jam,

$250 damage to kitchen window and

$50 to spoiled food.

Domestic disturbance was reported

at Pond Road, Walnut Cove.

Larceny was reported at Hwy. 65

East, Walnut Cove, when $40 pirate

flag, $20 flagpole and $150 solarpowered

landscape lights were

stolen.

Illegal tattooing was reported at

Starview Drive, King.

Domestic argument was reported

at Whispering Oak Drive, Pilot Mountain.

Damage to property was reported

at Mountainview Road, King, when

$250 damage was done to the back

windshield of a vehicle.

Property damage was reported at

Weatherford Drive, King, when $250

damage was done to window.

Police service was reported at

Rolling Green Lane, King.

Breaking and entering and larceny

were reported at Pilot Westfield

Road, Pilot Mountain, when $3,800

dirt bike was stolen.

Police service was reported at US

311 North Pine Hall, Pine Hall.

Larceny was reported at Linville

Drive when $500 garden tiller was

stolen.

Breaking and entering and larceny

were reported at Tom Mix Road,

Westfield, when $100 car radio and

CD player, $60 tackle box, $200 tool

bag with tools, $280 socket set with

sockets and $25 wallet with various

information were stolen.

Fraud was reported at Strawberry

Road, Lawsonville.

Assault government official/employee,

resist public officer and injury

to personal property were reported at

Hwy. 89, when $175 damage was

done to passenger side rear window.

Assault was reported at Highway

66 South, King.

Assault and damage to property

was reported at Gaye Lane, King,

when $150 damage was done to

vase and other glass objects.

Firing into occupied dwelling was

reported at County Home Road, Walnut

Cove, and $1,000 damage was

done to vinyl replacement.

Assault was reported at Sisk

Road.

Breaking and entering and larceny

was reported at Early Lane, Pinnacle,

when $1,500 laptop computer and

$200 GPS were stolen.

Larceny was reported at Blueberry

Drive when $54 blueberries were

stolen.

Assault was reported at Whitts

Road, Madison.

Larceny and breaking and entering

were reported at NC Hwy. 772,

Madison, when $7,000 quad ATV,

$1,500 ATV, $300 chainsaw, $300

chainsaw and $150 weedeater were

stolen.

Breaking and entering was reported

at Grassy Knob Road, Pilot Mountain,

when $200 damage was done to

exterior metal door.

Breaking and entering and larceny

were reported at Creekside Way

Road, Pinnacle, when $3,000 monitor

and recorder, $1,100 flat screen TV,

$250 compound bow, $180 crossbow,

$15 bullets, $50 arrows and $10 bolts

and arrows were stolen.

Damage to property was reported

at Mountain View Road and Friendship

Road when $2,500 damage was

done to hayfield.

Damage to property was reported

at NC 89 West, Westfield, when $500

damage was done to rear glass.

Unauthorized use of motor vehicle

reported at Country View Drive, Walnut

Cove.

Trespassing reported at Bluegrass

Road, Pinnacle.

Injury to personal property reported

at Hwy. 8 and 65 when $200 damage

was done to passenger side window,

$200 damage to back passenger

side window and $400 damage to

back passenger side.

Communicating threats was reported

at Bluegrass Road, Pinnacle.

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Opinion

The Old

Paths

Leslie Bray Evans

The Gann family reunion will be held at the Sandy

Ridge Community building on Highway 704 in Sandy

Ridge Sunday September 19. Lunch will be served at

1:00 p.m.

A poor man’s supper and Fashion show will be held

Saturday, September 18 beginning at 5 p.m. by East

Stokes Outreach Ministry at Southeastern Middle

School in Walnut Cove. Proceeds will go to help with the

ministry.

Kaye Isbell underwent surgery in Baptist Hospital

Wednesday.

Janet Moore remains in the sick list at her home.

A six family yard sale will be held Saturday September

18 on Moir Farm Road 8 a.m. until. Rain or shine.

Up coming events at Oak Ridge Baptist Church are

October fest Sunday October 3 with a covered dish supper

at 6 p.m. and special singing by the Jerusalem at 7

p.m. and revival October 17-20 with guest speaker Rev.

Bobby Smith.

Lena Priddy and Terri and Elizabeth Isbell were in

King Sunday and put up the Sandy Ridge ECA club fair

booth at the Stokes County Fair.

Those celebrating birthdays this week are Donna

Oakley September 16, Colby Bullins September 17, Amber

Smith and Marcy Hubbard September 19.

Letter to the editor

Dear Editor,

Americans can be amazingly generous when moved

by the plight of victims of war, political oppression or

natural disasters. Examples of their generosity abound:

The Marshall Plan, the recent Asian tsunami, hurricane

Katrina, the earthquake in Haiti, etc. Unfortunately, the

reverse is also true: Americans can be vile, intolerant, fanatical,

and hypocritical. The latest example of American

intolerance is the general vilification of American Muslims

since 9/11 and lately the irrational fear and/or

anger over the possible construction of an Islamic cultural

center in New York City.

People who, like Jerry Jones, want to burn copies of

the Koran because their stupidity prevents them from

grasping the difference between an American Muslim

and terrorist that happens to be a Muslim and those who

use the proximity of the proposed cultural center to

Ground Zero to justify their bigotry are in a minority, but

television and the Internet give them more importance

than they deserve. Too often, like shiny green flies over a

road kill, reporters find raw images that will stir up passions

in viewers unwilling or unable to be rational.

Let us not repeat past injustices: American Muslims

have the same rights as you and I. If we believe that “all

men are equal,” then let us treat American Muslims and

Muslims with respect. And may the local leaders of our

nation follow, without delays, the efforts of those working

at the national level to create a climate of understanding

and trust where all of us can be proud to be Americans.

Sincerely,

Michel Bourquin

Westfield

Sandy Ridge News

Lena

Priddy

Gann family reunion this Sunday

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Chiggers and persimmons

You’ve heard of men who are chick

magnets? Well, my daddy is a chigger

magnet. Yep, a chigger magnet. Let him

walk through a field of tall grass, and

he’ll be scratching for decades.

Chiggers. What a funny name for such

an irritating critter. I figured their name

was another Southernism, but I was

wrong. A technical name for a creature

similar to our chigger but which lives in

tropical locales is the Chigoe flea. “Chigger”

is thought to be a corruption of “Chigoe.”

But we don’t have these fleas in the

United States. So another theory holds

that the word “chigger” was brought to

America by Africans who came here as

slaves and spoke the language of Wolof.

Either way, it’s an interesting name.

It is only called a chigger while it is in

its six-legged larval stage. Later, it poses

no threat to humans and becomes an

eight-legged critter. While it is a larva,

the chigger sits around on plants—on the

edges of forests, in tall grasses and weeds

particularly—waiting for its prey.

You’ve heard the modern saying,

“Show me some skin”? Well, that’s exactly

what those measly little chiggers are saying.

When they see your skin, they jump

on for a temporary ride.

My daddy says he has chigger bites.

He really doesn’t. Chiggers don’t bite.

They secrete a digestive juice that breaks

down human skin and creates a hole for

them to burrow into. After four to six

hours, the chigger has had its thrill of

feasting on your flesh and jumps off, leaving

you high and dry, albeit itchy.

I love the advice health websites give

on chiggers. Prognosis for one attacked by

chiggers: Good.

Prevention against chiggers: Avoid areas

where they are.

Thanks a lot, chigger-expert people—

Jethro Bodine could’ve figured that out

without his eighth grade diploma.

I decided to rebel against the experts’

advice on Sunday afternoon. My ramble

down to the long-deserted Communist

training grounds below my parents’ farm

that day was not without its risks.

Mama said, “You’ll be covered in chiggers.”

Daddy said, “Them chiggers’ll getcha.”

Nonetheless, on into the woods fearless

Leslie trod. Seemed sort of silly to be

scared of a microscopic mite. And I

emerged from my woodland trek chiggerfree.

. .I think. I’m still not sure what that

red bump on my upper arm is. I prefer to

think mosquito bite.

My Sunday afternoon saunter provided

me with another word that I find

amusing—persimmon. As I passed by my

grandma Bray’s old persimmon tree, I

By Mona Singleton

Executive Director

Stokes County Humane Society

Another extremely important

factor to your pet’s

health is vaccination

against some nasty diseases.

Pet owners should be

aware of the fact that puppies

and kittens are usually

born with some immunity

which soon wanes. That is

why vaccinations are important

and necessary.

Among the most vicious

puppy diseases and illnesses

is canine distemper

which is a viral and highly

contagious infection that

can present itself in three

ways: canine distemper

with diarrhea, pulmonary

distemper with pneumonia

and nerve distemper with

paralysis. These usually begin

with a high fever and

drowsiness, diarrhea, a

cough and teary eyes. In

more advanced cases, there

are convulsions, and many

times this disease causes

death.

According to the American

Veterinary Medical Association,

distemper is the

“greatest single disease

threat to the world’s dog

population. Better than 50

percent of the adult dogs

that contract the disease die

from it. Among puppies, the

death rate from distemper

often reaches 80 percent.”

Distemper affects other

animals as well; raccoons,

coyotes, wolves, foxes, ferrets,

skunks, weasels, mink,

badgers, hyenas and jackals

can also catch the disease,

and a population of lions in

Africa has been decimated

by it.

The virus is spread

through secretions in saliva,

respiratory passages,

urine, and feces and by inhalation

of airborne

droplets from sneezes and

coughs. The most common

victim is an unvaccinated

pup between the ages of

Jan Cox is a patient at the Forsyth

Memorial Hospital with leg problems.

Her mother Janette is also sick at

home. Rena King is staying with

Janette and taking care of her at this

time.

Paul Covington is also a patient at

the Forsyth Memorial Hospital in a

coma in critical condition.

Bailey Nunn has returned home

from the Forsyth Memorial Hospital.

Michael Loyd Joyce has already

pulled all his tobacco off and cut the

saw that it was laden with fruit. The Bray

grandsons were underneath, with Papa

teaching them which persimmons were

ripe.

This interesting word comes from the

language of the Indian tribe of which Pocahontas

was a member—Powhatan. This

was an Algonquian language akin to

Blackfoot, Cree and Mohican. The

Powhatan word “pessamin” meant “a dry

fruit.” If anyone has ever tasted an unripe

persimmon, you know what is meant by

“dry fruit.”

My daddy talked me into taking a bite

of a green persimmon. Oh, the agony of

the dry mouth and resultant pucker that

cannot be explained unless you try it for

yourself!

The persimmon is high in sugar as are

most fruits, but it also contains vitamin C

and even calcium. It is classified as a true

berry, although most people wouldn’t

think of it as one.

There are other health benefits to persimmons.

Eating them raw can help with

constipation, hemorrhoids and bleeding

issues. Too many raw persimmons can

lead to diarrhea, however (hence, their

help with constipation, I deduce). This is

due to the raw fruit sugar so prevalent in

them.

On the other hand, if you are already

troubled by diarrhea or dysentery, eat

cooked persimmons which are purported

to help those ailments. The cooked fruit

has a high tannin content. Tannin is a

plant substance that is astringent, mean-

three months and eight

months. However, older

dogs can contract the disease

as well if they have not

been vaccinated or if their

immunity is incomplete.

Distemper may be misdiagnosed

in its early stages

because it begins as an upper

respiratory infection resembling

a cold, including

fever of 103-105 degrees

(normal for a dog is 100-

102.5), loss of appetite, listlessness

and a watery discharge

from eyes and nose.

But dogs do not get colds

like people do, so if these

symptoms arise with a puppy,

call the veterinary clinic

immediately. Within a few

days, the discharge turns

yellow and becomes thick

and sticky, and the pup has

a dry cough, and may have

diarrhea and vomiting.

Within the first two weeks

of the disease, the symptoms

fluctuate.

Some dogs shake off the

disease after this stage, but

others progress into pneumonia

and neurological involvement.

Seizures, encephalitis,

partial paralysis,

head-tilting, chorea (jerking

or twitching) and other neurological

signs can follow.

Some dogs also experience a

hardening of the nose

leather and the footpads.

Even if the initial disease

has been mild, these symptoms

can show up weeks

later.

Treatment consists of

fluids to prevent dehydration,

antibiotics to treat or

prevent secondary infection,

drugs to stop diarrhea and

vomiting, and anti-convulsants

and sedatives to control

seizures. Prevention is

better. There are vaccines

for puppies and adult dogs

that provide immunity to

the disease. Most veterinarians

and breeders recommend

a course of vaccinations

for puppies to

build immunity as the

mother’s antibodies diminish

in the puppy’s body.

In the late 1970s, a previously

unknown, rapidonset,

deadly virus began

attacking canine digestive

systems with great fury, often

killing puppies within

48 hours. Spread through

contact with infected feces,

the long-lived virus attacked

rapidly reproducing

cells such as those lining

the gastrointestinal tract,

bone marrow, lymph nodes

and heart. Researchers

identified the disease as a

canine parvovirus, CPV-2,

perhaps a mutation of feline

panleukopenia or a

parvovirus that affects

wildlife.

Canine parvovirus survives

in the environment

up to a year or more and

clings to shoes, floors, beds

and other surfaces where it

can infect the next unprotected

puppy to enter the

house. It is resistant to

most household cleansers

but can be killed by bleach.

(For hard, nonporous surface

disinfection: Use

three-fourths cup Clorox

Bleach in one gallon of water

with a 10-minute contact

time, to kill the germ.)

Parvovirus can wipe out

a litter, a kennel, a shelter,

a pet store once it gets

hold. Kennels that experience

the disease often close

their doors until they

bleach every surface, towel

and dog bed.

Parvovirus incubates

for seven to 14 days. Initial

signs of illness are lethargy,

loss of appetite and

vomiting, followed within

24 hours by high fever (up

to 106 degrees) and profuse,

often bloody diarrhea.

The dog’s abdomen is

tucked up and he appears

to be in extreme pain.

Some puppies show only

the first stage of depression

and abdominal pain,

then go into shock and die.

stubbles.

The Rock House Ruritans will have

an auction sale September 25th.

Food will be sold before the sale. If

you have anything to donate, please

call a member of the club.

Wesley Boles has watermelons and

other produce for sale at Terry Joyce's

store on Hwy 268.

We extend sympathy to the family

of Betty Lou Joyce who passed away

last Saturday. She lived on Jack

Joyce Road.

My sister Ethel Inman, age 90 was

buried on Monday, Labor Day. Her

funeral was held at the Brims Grove

Baptist Church with Rev Gerald Jones

and Rev Tracy Freeman. She was the

daughter of the late William M and

Pearl Tilley Inman. She was married

to the late Richard Inman for over 60

years. Surviving are five sisters Cleo

ing it constricts or shrinks tissue, often

producing a drying effect. It is only logical

that this drying effect would aid with

ending diarrhea.

And for those of you who don’t get the

weather channel, never fear. Find a persimmon

tree, and slice one of those

mushy fruits open. Take the seed and

split it lengthwise. The waxy, white interior

of it will have one of three shapes to

help predict the upcoming winter weather.

A fork shape means a mild winter,

much like the ones we usually have

around here. A knife shape means the

weather will be colder (cutting like a

knife) with some storms. The shape of a

spoon should make us all run right out to

the local grocery and hardware stores to

lay by some provisions ‘cause the coming

winter will be a whingdinger.

Bet last fall’s persimmons had a spoon

shape inside.

I didn’t cut one open last Sunday, but I

intend to the next time I go down to my

parents’. I need to know if I should hunker

down for another winter of astronomical

power bills and a driveway I can’t get

out of for weeks.

But for now, the weather holds steady,

and the icy blasts of winter seem far

away. I’m content to walk in the September

sun, open the windows by night to feel

the hint of autumn, and eat my mama’s

persimmon puddin’ whilst I watch my

daddy scratch his chigger “bites.”

Life on the old paths is good.

Paws for the Cause: Keeping pets healthy

Nancy

Reynolds

News

Juanita

Gordy

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Parvovirus can also attack

the rapidly-growing

myocardial (muscle) cells

of the heart in puppies

born to a female who is not

vaccinated against the disease.

Those puppies that

survive this form of the

disease often have heart

problems and die young.

Food and water should

be withheld until the puppy’s

system begins to overcome

the disease. Small

amounts of a bland diet of

cottage cheese and rice or a

prescription diet can be offered

once the diarrhea

and vomiting have subsided.

As with distemper, parvovirus

is best prevented

by vaccination. However,

because there can be a gap

between the gradual decline

in residual immunity

from mother’s milk and the

pup’s ability to respond to

the vaccination, some vaccinated

puppies may still

get the disease. Therefore,

cleanliness of the kennel

facilities is imperative.

Kennel runs and puppy

cages should be cleaned of

organic matter and then

bleached before new animals

are brought in. Adjacent

runs should be

bleached if they are contaminated

by flowing water

during the hosing. Although

it is not as serious

in adults as in puppies,

parvovirus can attack

adult dogs. Therefore

booster vaccinations are

also recommended.

More information will

be coming in the upcoming

articles regarding training

on various behavioral issues.

If you have a specific

problem, contact me at

stokeshumanesoc@aol.com

and I’ll address it in the

next article! Until then,

please be sure to visit us at

www.stokescountyhumanesociety.com

to learn

more about our services.

Rock House Ruritans to hold auction

Covington of King, Hallie Hall, Patricia

Faries, Juanita Gordy of Pilot

Mountain ,and Jane Bender of Hagerstown,

Maryland; one brother James R

(Jimmy) Inman of Pilot Mountain.

She was preceded in death by 2 other

sisters Betty Louise Taylor and Willie

Lou Inman. She lived in Fieldale, Virginia

for years. She had been in the

Martinsville Hospital for over 3 weeks

having surgery, took pnuemonia and

had heart failure. Her neice Mary

and her husband Don Romine stayed

at a motel nearby to stay with Ethel.

I greatly appreciate everything they

did for her all thru the years. We will

miss her greatly. Thanks to all who

prayed for our family, sent flowers and

donations to the Rock House Ruritan

Club, and brought food. We appreciate

the kindness shown to our family

during our loss.

Reach us by email....

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sfenner@thestokesnews.com

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lpparsons@heartlandpublications.com

News Editor - Leslie Bray Evans -

levans@thestokesnews.com

Sports Editor - Jeremy Moorhouse

jmoorhouse@thestokesnews.com

If you have subscription or classified advertising needs

contact:

Cheryl Vaden - Office Manager

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Editor’s Note: Events listed in the

calendar must be submitted in writing.

Calendar items are not accepted

over the telephone. Information may

be e-mailed to

levans@thestokesnews.com or faxed

to 591-4379. The deadline is 3 p.m.

Monday prior to publication. The calendar

is reserved for non-profit organizations,

school and community

events. Ongoing calendar items will

publish the last week of each month.

They will publish at other times as

space allows. Items may be submitted

two weeks prior to the event. Because

of space limitations, some announcements

only appear the week

of the event. If you have a legal requirement

to publish an announcement,

you must purchase advertising

space.

Suicide Survivors Outreach

Group — This group meets the third

Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m.

at Chestnut Grove United Methodist

Church in King. Call 591-3684 for

more information. This is sponsored

by Counseling and Care Ministries of

Stokes County Mental Health Association.

Prints for sale — Stokes County

Arts Council has signed and numbered

prints of the Veterans Memorial

in King by Stokes County artist Frank

Duncan available for sale at the

SCAC office. Proceeds go to continuing

community arts programs and to

the upkeep of the memorial. The

SCAC also has other Stokes County

landmark prints by various artists for

sale. Cost of prints is $50 each. For

more information, call 593-8159.

London

News

Marilyn

Booe

Happy Birthday to the following

Gregory D. Hairston September 13,

Gary Hairston, Arthur Winford September

14, Frances Hairston, Rev.

Douglas Summers, Jennie R.

Mitchell, Paris Davis and Frank

Hairston September 15, Erica Hairston

September 16, Tony Brown,

George Goolsby, Danielle Wood September

18 and Necia Goolsby September

13.

Walnut Cove Senior Center activities

—Leslie Sansone’s “Walk

Live” program: Monday, 10–10:30

a.m. Walk two miles in 20 minutes.

Please register. Drums Alive Exercise:

Monday, 10-11 a.m., sponsored

by Stokes Family YMCA Danbury

Center, free to adults ages 55 and

older and YMCA members. Chair Pilates:

Thursday, 9:30-10:30 a.m. with

instructors provided by Body Works

of King, free to ages 55 and older.

Belly Dance classes: Thursday, 5:30-

6:30 p.m. at $35 per month (belly

dance and stretching in one class;

form fitting clothing preferred). Low

Impact Aerobics: Monday and

Wednesday, 3-4 p.m. at $3 per class.

Stamping It Up: second Monday and

second Tuesday from 10:15-11:30

a.m. Healing Touch Therapy: available

on the second and fourth Tuesday

by appointment. Craftu Craft

class: third Tuesday, 12-1 p.m.—free.

Chair exercise classes: Monday—

Francisco Nutrition Site, 10:30-11:30

a.m.; Tuesday—Walnut Cove Senior

Center, 10:30-11:30 a.m.; Wednesday—King

Nutrition Site, 10:30-11:30

a.m.; Thursday—Walnut Cove Senior

Center, 1-2 p.m. Senior line dancing

classes: Wednesday, 1-2 p.m. at $3

per class. Feldenkrais Exercise (low

impact therapeutic exercise):

Wednesday from 5-6 p.m., free. Shag

classes: Wednesday, 7-8 p.m. for $25

for four weeks. Square dance class:

Monday, 7-9 p.m. at $3 per person

per class with couples preferred but

not required.Tai-Chi classes: Friday,

10:30-11:30 a.m. - free for ages 55

and up. Crochet and knitting classes:

Thursday, 1-3 p.m.—free. Basic computer

class: Monday and Wednesday,

1-3 p.m. for six weeks at $3 for ages

65 and older. Chi Kung classes:

Thursday, 10:45-11:30 a.m. - free to

ages 55 and older. Chair yoga: Monday,

10-11 a.m.—free for 55 and older.

Zumba gold: Wednesday, 6-7 p.m.

for $25 for four weeks. Senior walking

program: Monday and Friday, 9-9:30

a.m. Water walk exercise: Thursday,

1-1:30 p.m. at Stokes Family YMCA

in King. Bingo party: the last Friday of

each month, 1-3 p.m., sponsored by

participating agencies. For more information

or to register for any of

these classes, call 591-5442. The

center is located at 308 Brook Street,

Walnut Cove.

East Stokes Community Building

— The East Stokes Community

Building, intersection of Highway 772

and K-Fork Road, is available to rent

for any occasion. No alcohol is allowed.

Anyone interested should call

Judy Hennis at 548-9786 or Porter

Tuttle at 427-3434.

Ladies Auxiliary meeting — The

Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of

Foreign Wars Danbury Post #5953

meets the first Tuesday of each

month at 6 p.m. at the Dan River

Family Restaurant in Danbury. Membership

is open to wives, widows,

daughters and granddaughters of

veterans who served overseas in any

war. For more information, call Auxiliary

President Nora Lankford at 593-

8785 or Membership Chairman Barbara

Thal at 591-7262.

Al-Anon Meeting — Al-Anon is an

anonymous fellowship of friends and

family members of alcoholics. If a

loved one’s drinking or drug use is a

problem in someone’s life, Al-Anon

can help. The meetings will be held

at 9 a.m. on Saturdays at the Danbury

Community Church Chapel, 300

South Main Street, Danbury. Call

John at 593-2969 for more information.

IAAP meetings — The Winston-

Salem Chapter of International Association

of Administrative Professionals

(IAAP®) meets on the second

Tuesday of each month at 5:45 p.m.

at the office of Womble Carlyle Sandridge

and Rice, PLLC, 1 W. Fourth

St., Winston-Salem, on the 13th floor.

To make a reservation, call Patricia

Shelton at 480-2101.

Preschool enrollment—Stokes

Partnership for Children collaborates

with community agencies to administer

the More at Four Program designed

to give four-year-old children

a high-quality early childhood education

at no cost to the parents. Eligible

children must turn four years old on

or before August 31. Priority is given

to children not presently in childcare,

children from low-income families,

children with special needs, children

who are limited or non-English speaking

and children whose parent/legal

guardian is an active duty member of

the military or National Guard or a

Reserve Unit of the armed forces.

Call Shannon Cox at 985-2676 or

800-559-5606 or www.stokespfc.com

for more information.

Business Consultations —

Forsyth Tech offers free, confidential

counseling for individuals who operate

small businesses or who desire to

start a small business in Stokes

County. Trained professionals will

provide consultation services at a

convenient time and location to meet

individual schedules. For more information

or to schedule an appointment,

call 817-5069.

Cemetery donations needed--

The Amos Cemetery, located on

Amostown Road in Sandy Ridge, is in

need of donations. Those with family

or friends buried here may consider

making a donation. This is a privately

funded cemetery, and without donations,

it is impossible to maintain year

after year. Please make checks

payable to the Amos Cemetery, care

of Mrs. Darrel Lester, 3212 Amostown

Road, Sandy Ridge, NC 27046, or

make a donation at any Southern

Community Bank. The bank will direct

it to the cemetery fund account.

Historical Society website—The

new website for the Stokes County

Historical Society is now available at

http://www.sc-hs.org/. The new site

is a work in progress, and new photos

and features will be added as

time passes.

SPC newsletter—Stokes Partnership

for Children is now offering its

newsletter “Building Foundations”

electronically. Sign up now to receive

this free newsletter via email by going

to www.stokespfc.com; click on

News/Events. The public is also invited

to join SPC on Facebook.

Cruz-In—There will be a cruz-in at

Hardee’s in Walnut Cove Shopping

Center the fourth Saturday of each

month from 5 p.m.–until. There will be

music and a 50/50 drawing. For more

information, contact Jackie White at

591-7612.

Cruz-In—There will be a cruz-in at

Main Street Diner in Walnut Cove the

second Sunday of each month from

2–5 p.m. There will be music and a

50/50 drawing. The Diner will also be

open. For more information, contact

Jackie White at 591-7612.

New book—The new biennial,

2010-2012 Stokes Family Resource

Guide is now available. This comprehensive

pocket-sized resource guide

with an index provides a convenient

means to locate information about

agencies and organizations providing

services and support for children and

families. It is categorized by types of

services available, with a brief description

of the individual agencies

providing the service. There is detailed

information such as finding

quality child care, early intervention

services, domestic violence services,

health services, Crime Stoppers and

more. This guide is available free of

charge, thanks to Smart Start funding.

Copies may be picked up at

Stokes Partnership for Children. Go

to www.stokespfc.com for more information

or to access it via the Internet.

Zumba class—The public is invited

to join the Zumba Gold class at

the Walnut Cove Senior Center, 308

Brook Street, on Wednesdays from

6–7 p.m. ($25 for four weeks) and/or

Thursdays from 2–3 p.m. at $3 per

class. For more information, call 336-

591-5442.

Food drive—The Sandy Ridge

Ruritan Club is conducting a food

drive for East Stokes Outreach Ministry

in Walnut Cove. The food items

need to be non-perishable items with

no glass jars or bottles. To donate

food or ask any questions, please call

Jimmy Ellington at 871-2049.

Senior Center raffle—The King

Senior Center is holding a raffle of a

granny-square afghan, approximately

Please remember our sick and

shut ins. Patricia Gibson, Lessie

Simmons, Martha Davis, Albert Dalton,

John Welch, Maybelle Mitchell,

John Earl Manns and Diane Manns,

Napoleon Fulp, Sarah Scales, Rhonda

Scales, Delgrater Bailey, Gee

Linville, Doray Gibson, Claude Johnson,

Stacey Linster, Molene Wadelington,

Ida Dalton.

New London Primitive Baptist

Church will be having a gospel

singing on September 25 at 3 p.m. It

is sponsored by the Pastor’s aide

committee.

Anyone interested in the bike ride

at Withers Chapel United Methodist

Church on September 25 may contact

James Dalton at 336-591-3127.

Mt. Cavalry Baptist Church will

have their church picnic Saturday

September 18 at 10 a.m. at the

Kernersville Lake Park. Also they

What’s Going On

six feet by five feet, crocheted by

Nancy Greer. Tickets are one dollar

donation each or six tickets for five

dollars. The raffle will be held Oct. 2

at KingFest. For more information,

please call 983-0751.

New website—The Stokes County

Agricultural Fair has a new resource—a

website that can be accessed

at http://www.stokescountyfair.org/index.php.

Kingfest preparations—The King

Chamber of Commerce is now accepting

food and craft vendor applications

for Kingfest 2010. Kingfest

will be held on Saturday, Oct. 2 from

10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Central Park in

King. Please contact the King Chamber

of Commerce at kcoc@windstream.net

or 336-983-9308.

Class reunion—Alumni from East

Surry High School Class of 1970 are

participating in a class reunion website

at http://classreport.org. There

are no registration fees required to

join. Each class member has full participation

privileges. All 1970 graduates

are invited to fill out a profile on

this site so they can be reached regarding

the next class reunion. For

more information, call Teri Creasy

Stewart at 374-5902 or Lynn Jessup

Arrington at 320-2400.

Class of ’80 reunion—East Surry

High School 1980 graduates are

planning a 30-year reunion for October

2010. Please call 983-7685 to

share contact information with a

member of the reunion planning committee.

Contact information can also

be entered on the website at: eastsurryhighschool1980.weebly.com

or

on the East Surry High School Class

of 1980 Facebook page.

Sat., Sept. 18

Class reunion—The East Surry

High School Class of 1970 is planning

a reunion for Sept. 18. Anyone

who has not received an invitation or

knows of someone who hasn’t is

asked to call Lynn Jessup Arrington

at 320-2400 for more details. Organizers

invite classmates to participate

to renew friendships and make new

memories with each other.

Cancer benefit—The American

Cancer Society will be hosting a Bark

For Life walk on September 18 at

Tanglewood Park, Shelter 4 (4061

Clemmons Road, Clemmons). Registration

begins at 9 a.m. with the walk

at 10 a.m. There will be contests,

games, food and entertainment after

the walk. To register, go to

http://www.relayforlife.org/barkwinstonsalem.

For more information,

please call: 336-834-0844.

Veterans’ breakfast—VFW Post

11173, Walnut Cove, invites all

Stokes County area veterans to a

free breakfast at Ricky Joe’s Restaurant,

Main Street in Germanton, on

Sept. 18 from 8–11 a.m. Breakfast

will be from the menu and served on

the porch, with any overflow being

served inside. Come early and bring

a veteran friend to enjoy a little camaraderie

with other veterans from the

area.

Sun., Sept. 19

Blood drive—There will be an

American Red Cross blood drive at

the King Moravian Church on Sept.

19 from 12–4:30 p.m.

New London Church to host gospel singing

are collecting blankets for the workers

at the Dixie Classic Fair. You

may drop them off at the church on

Old Pine Hall Road.

The Satterfield, Goolsby reunion

was held at the East Walnut Cove

Park on Saturday, September 11.

Family members came from as far

as New York, Texas and New Jersey.

Everyone enjoyed the festivities and

the history of the Sauratown Indian

ancestry. The oldest member that

attended was Frank Dalton at age

83 and a baby that was 11 months

old.

Necia Goolsby also enjoyed her

birthday September 13 with brother

Charles Goolsby Jr. and sister Phyllis

Goolsby at Hicks Pharmacy for

breakfast.

Thought for the week: A true

friend can be someone who says I’ll

be there when you need me.

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Muscular Dystrophy fundraiser—There

will be the annual Muscular

Dystrophy fundraiser in honor of

Austin Doub on Sept. 19 at 1121 Terry

Road, off Highway 65, 1.1 miles

east of Germanton Park. This event

is sponsored by Red Bank Missionary

Baptist Church in Germanton. There

will be food, games, silent auction,

bingo and a cruise-in. All proceeds go

to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

Rain date is September 26.

Mon., Sept. 20

Early childhood opportunity—

KidSource Child Care Resource and

Referral, a program of Stokes Partnership

for Children, is offering training

on “Partnering with Parents,

Grandparents too!” with Karatha

Scott, Early Childhood Instructor, presenting

from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at SPC.

Serving children requires an understanding

of their families and how

families function, an understanding of

parenting styles, an appreciation for

diversity and a multitude of differences.

This workshop will explore

some strategies for building effective

partnerships with parents and grandparents,

too! For all workshops there

is no charge for parents, families,

grandparents and foster parents for

attending the training, but a $7 fee for

child care providers. Division of Child

Development (DCD) credits will be

given. A meal will be provided, but

child care will not be available during

this training. Registration is required!

Contact KidSource Child Care Resource

and Referral staff at 336-985-

2676 or 800-559-5606 or www.stokespfc.com

for more information.

Tue., Sept. 21

Lunch and Learn—The Walnut

Cove Senior Center and Hospice and

Palliative CareCenter invite the public

to a Lunch and Learn Series at the

Walnut Cove Public Library, 106 West

5th Street, Walnut Cove, from 12–1

p.m. on Sept. 21. The program that

day is “Palliative Care.” There is no

charge, but participants must RSVP

at (336) 591-5442 by the Friday before

the program. Lunch will be provided

after the program.

Sat., Sept. 25

Book signing—Author and historian

of Southern heritage, George

Hicks, will be having a book signing

at the King Public Library from 11

a.m. until 2 p.m. on Sept. 25. His

four books, Colonial Wars and the

Southern Frontier: Defining a New

People, The Revolutionary War and

John Stokes, Revolutionary War

Amid Southern Chaos and Settling

the Colonial Southwest, will be available

for sale. A portion of the proceeds

benefits the Stokes County

Arts Council and the Friends of the

King Public Library.

Fall Frolic Bingo—Fall Frolic

Bingo will be held at Francisco Community

Building, 7100 NC 89 West,

Westfield, on Sept. 25. Doors open

at 6 p.m.; games begin at 7 p.m. A

$20 donation includes 20 games and

four door prize tickets. Hot dogs,

drinks and desserts will be available

for purchase. All proceeds go towards

the Francisco Community

Building.

Brunswick/chicken stew—The

first annual Brunswick stew and

chicken stew will be at the Lawsonville

Community Building on Sept.

25 from 4-7 p.m., hosted by the

North Stokes High school softball

HOWELL

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FUNERAL SERVICES

& CREMATORY

MOUNT AIRY

336-786-2121

PILOT MOUNTAIN

336-593-8131 or 336-368-1200

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team. All proceeds will go toward the

softball field fund. Pre-orders will be

taken leading up to the event; stew

will be sold by the bowl the day of the

event. There will be live music. Bring

a lawn chair. Please call Judy Hole at

(336) 416-0661 to order stew; any

North Stokes softball player can also

take orders.

Animal Rescue fundraiser—

There will be a barbecue fundraiser

by Charles Montgomery on Sept. 25.

Proceeds will benefit the Animal Rescue

of Stokes County. One pound of

barbecue, slaw, sauce and buns is

$10. Call 414-6013 for tickets. Pickup

will be from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at

Bobby's Garage in Walnut Cove.

Local Sustainability Festival—

The Local Sustainability Festival will

be held Sept. 25 at the Hare Krishna

Temple, 1283 Prabhupada Road,

Sandy Ridge, from 10:30 a.m. to 4

p.m. The theme is "Can Stokes

County sustain its own needs?” with

regard to food, shelter, energy and

employment. The event is free, but

donations will be appreciated to cover

the cost of a 1 p.m. lunch of locally

grown food. There will be a Wild

Food Hike and eight more presentations

on Permaculture, Alternative

Fuels, Edible Landscaping, Re-establishing

the American Chestnut

and Community Supported Agriculture.

For more information, seeharekrishnafestivals.blogspot.com.

Mon., Sept. 27

Blood drive—There will be a

blood drive at Walnut Ridge Assisted

Living in Walnut Cove on Sept. 27

from 2:30-7 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome.

Appointments can be made.

For more information, call 591-7790

and ask for Billie Shelton.

Blood drive—There will be an

American Red Cross blood drive at

the Poplar Springs Church of Christ

on Sept. 27 from 2:30–7:30 p.m.

Tue., Sept. 28

Early childhood opportunity—

KidSource Child Care Resource and

Referral, a program of Stokes Partnership

for Children, is offering training

on “Creative Lesson Planning!”

with Harriett Childress, Read-to-Me

Literacy Coordinator, presenting from

6:30-8:30 p.m. at King Public Library.

Come explore shortcuts, resources

and simple ways to make lesson

planning easier and less time consuming.

There will also be exploration

of ways to plan across the

curriculum, integrating literacy in

other subject areas. For all workshops

there is no charge for parents,

families, grandparents and

foster parents for attending the

training, but a $7 fee for child care

providers. Division of Child Development

(DCD) credits will be given.

A meal will be provided, but child

care will not be available during this

training. Registration is required!

Contact KidSource Child Care Resource

and Referral staff at 336-

985-2676 or 800-559-5606 or

www.stokespfc.com for more information.

Jamies Recycling

Center

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PET OF THE WEEK

Sponsored By:

PO Box 779 • 425 Kirby Road • King • NC • 27021

336-983-9147

Animals can be adopted at the Stokes County

Animal Shelter. Adoption fees are $26.00 for dogs

and $20.00 for cats.

1999 Sizemore Road 994-2788

M-F 8:30am-12pm &

1pm-5pm • Sat. 9am-12pm

This is a little male

puppy named Chili.

He's about 6 weeks

old. He is cute as can

be and has a charming

personality. As you can

see by his picture, he

is somewhat worried

about his future - but

remaining optimistic -

hoping someone will

help him find a home.

Please pass this around

to anyone you think

could either give him

a home or would help

find him a home.

Donations and public support are

always appreciated, please direct

Animals can be adopted at the Stokes County

Animal Shelter. Adoption fees are $26.00 for dogs

and $20.00 for cats.

1999 Sizemore Road 994-2788

these types of inquiries:

M-F 8:30am-12pm &

1pm-5pm • Sat. 9am-12pm

Animal Rescue of Stokes County,

Donations and public support are

always appreciated, please direct

these types of inquiries:

P.O. Box 448,

Animal Rescue of Stokes County,

P.O. Box 448,

Walnut Cove, N.C. 27052

00336751

00336180


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Church

ABUNDANT LIFE CHRISTIAN MINISTRIES

6860 Walnut Cove Rd. • Walkertown

595-2844

ANTIOCH UNITED METHODIST

9220 Antioch Ch Rd. • Rural Hall

969-9797

ANTIOCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

6080 Belews Creek Rd. • Belews Creek

595-2724

ASBURY PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH

1020 Asbury Road • Westfield

351-2301

BAILEYTOWN CHRISTIAN CHURCH

1163 Baileytown Church Road • Walnut Cove

591-3981

BAUX MOUNTAIN BAPTIST CHURCH

4334 Lake Woussicket Road • Germanton

595-4530

BELEWS CREEK CHRISTIAN CHURCH

8451 Belews Creek Rd • Belews Creek

595-2457

BELIEVERS BAPTIST CHURCH

2001 Old Hollow Road • Walkertown

BETHESDA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Bethesda Church Road • Madison

548-3099

BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH

3035 NC 8 Hwy S • Walnut Cove

593-2738

BETHEL UNITED METHODIST

7553 Hwy 66 • King

969-2869

BETHLEHEM UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

5400 Pine Hall Rd. • Walnut Cove

595-2724

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH

536 S. Main Street • King

983-3728

CALVARY HILL BAPTIST CHURCH

Elementary School Rd • Walnut Cove

CAPELLA CHURCH OF CHRIST

Flat Shoals Road • King

994-2901

CHESTNUT GROVE UNITED

METHODIST CHURCH

Volunteer Road & Chestnut Grove Rd. • King

336-983-9657

CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD

7552 Happy Hill Rd. • Kernersville

643-4594

CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH

412 Summit Street • Walnut Cove

591-7727

CLOSER WALK BAPTIST CHURCH

1058 Capella Road • King

983-9140

CORINTH CHURCH OF CHRIST

2784 S. Friendship Road • Germanton

591-8631

CORNERSTONE BAPTIST

140 Red Kirby Road • King

983-0188

DANBURY BAPTIST CHURCH

805 Main Street • Danbury

593-2376

DANBURY COMMUNITY CHURCH

Main Street • Danbury

DELTA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

5993 NC 704 Hwy East • Sandy Ridge

871-2462 or 871-9907

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH

1056 Taylor Road • Westfield

499-0127

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH

4145 Flat Shoals Rd. • Germanton

994-2400

FAITH FRIENDS

Mountain View Road • King

983-6649

FAITH OF GOD MINISTRIES

Hwy 311 Walkertown

595-4746

FAITH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

1645 Griffin Road • Rural Hall

969-4600

FIRST BAPTIST

104 School Street • King

983-5252

FIRST BAPTIST OF WALNUT COVE

Summit Avenue St. • Walnut Cove

591-7493

FIRST CHRISTIAN

625 Meadowbrook Drive • King

983-2206

FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Hwy 89 • Walnut Cove

591-7576

FREEDOM BAPTIST

1000 Hwy. 65 • Rural Hall

969-6937

FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH

Friendship Road • Germanton

994-2196

FOREST CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

4252 Pine Hall Rd • Walnut Cove

595-2724

FULP MORAVIAN CHURCH

1556 US 311 Hwy South

Walnut Cove

591-7940

GATEWAY BAPTIST CHURCH

6224 Tobaccoville Rd. • Tobaccoville

HUGH PFAFF

POULTRY CO.,

INC.

Tobaccoville

983-3105

Buyers & Haulers of live

JEFF LAWSON

SEPTIC TANK & PUMPING

593-2746

KING KITCHEN

King, NC

983-3791

GERMANTON BAPTIST CHURCH

6810 South Germanton Road • Germanton

GERMANTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

3615 NC 8 & 65 Hwy • Germanton

591-7547

GOOD SHEPHERD CATHOLIC

Kirby Road • King

983-2680

GREEN VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH

5990 Salem Chapel Road • Walkertown

595-1030

GREEN PASTURES INDEPENDENT BAPTIST

CHURCH

709 Stokesburg Rd. • Walnut Cove

414-4737

HAW POND CHURCH OF CHRIST

1008 Carroll Road • Germanton

HARVEST TEMPLE CHURCH OF GOD

312 Newsome Road • King

HOPE CHAPEL

413 Meadowbrook Dr. • King

www.hopechapelofking.org

NEW LONDON PROGRESSIVE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST

812 Broad St. • Walnut Cove

591-5558

GODSWAY COMMUNITY CHURCH

Slate Road • King

336-969-4402

GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH

1104 Mill Street • Pinnacle

JEFFERSON CHURCH OF CHRIST

8200 Jefferson Church Road

Rural Hall 969-2341

KING CHRISTIAN CENTER

Brown Road • King

983-8393

KING COMMUNITY CHURCH

849 Meadowbrook Drive • King

983-9853

KING MORAVIAN

West Dalton Road • King

983-2710

KINGDOM FAMILY LIFE CENTER

203 West Third St. • Walnut Cove

345-5365

KINGSWOOD UNITED METHODIST

6840 University Pky • Rural Hall

969-5437

KINGSWAY CHAPEL PENTACOSTAL HOLINESS

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7425 Highway 66 South • King

985-3829

LAWSONVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH

1021 West Hall Road • Danbury

593-9526

LAWSONVILLE CHURCH OF GOD

Piney Grove Church Road

Lawsonville 593-2244

LEAK MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH

Mt. Tabor Church Road • Germanton

591-5233

LIGHTHOUSE BAPTIST CHURCH

Priddy Farm Rd (off Tuttle Rd) • King

969-9996

LIVING WATERS FAMILY WORSHIP CENTER

1255 Mountain View Road • King

817-8439

LIVING WORD MINISTRIES

313 Newsome Rd, King

985-4938

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LOVE’S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

3020 Main Street •Walkertown

595-2114

MACEDONIA BAPTIST

6816 Doral Cr. • Tobaccoville

983-4148

MEADOWS BAPTIST CHURCH

2988 Stewart Road •Walnut Cove

591-8232

MORRIS CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

2715 Darrow Road • Walkertown

595-8101

MOUNT OLIVE BAPTIST

5413 Hwy. 66 South • King

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8710 Meadowbrook Drive

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Mountain View Church Rd. • King

MOUNT ZION UNTIED METHODIST CHURCH

1989 Perch Rd. • Pinnacle

325-3400

NAZARETH LUTHERAN CHURCH

460 Rural Hall Bethania Rd. • Rural Hall

969-5902

NEW BIRTH BAPTIST CHURCH

6970 Dennis Road • Walnut Cove

336-595-8207

NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH

1520 Hinsdale Road • Walnut Cove

591-5629

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4540 Highway 66 • King

994-9700

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812 Broad St. • Walnut Cove

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609 Spainhour Rd. • King, NC

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969-2330

OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH

4543 NC 722 • Madison

548-6584

OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH

3978 Pine Hill Road • Walkertown

595-8451

OAK RIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH

4128 NC 704 Hwy East • Sandy Ridge

871-9912

OLIVE GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH

2131 Volunteer Road • Pinnacle

983-4037

PALMYRA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Hwy 8 • Germanton

994-9744

PEACE BAPTIST CHURCH

1060 Advent Road • Germanton

591-4349

PENIEL PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH

Rosebud Road • Walnut Cove

591-3611

PETERS CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH

6561 NC Hwy 8 N • Lawsonville

593-8677

PILOT MOUNTAIN FRIENDS MEETING CHURCH

603 W. Main St. • Pilot Mtn

PINE HALL BAPTIST CHURCH

P.O. Box 65•1416 Pole Bridge Rd.

Pine Hall

548-9556

PINE HALL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Presbyterian Road • Pine Hall

PINNACLE CHURCH OF GOD

2396 N. Old 52 Road • Pinnacle

368-4341

PINNACLE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

1010 High Bridge Road • Pinnacle

368-4643

POPLAR SPRINGS CHURCH OF CHRIST

Hwy 66 • King

983-2507

QUAKER GAP BAPTIST CHURCH

2265 Flat Shoals Road • King

994-2117

RED BANK MISSIONARY BAPTIST

8104 Red Bank Road • Germanton

591-8754

REFUGE BAPTIST CHURCH

1005 Old Town Rd • Walnut Cove

591-8765

RESTORATION MINISTRIES

King Recreation Building • King

RISING STAR BAPTIST CHURCH

915 Windmill Street • Walnut Cove

591-5811

RIVERSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH

118 Old Church Road • Danbury

593-8600

ROCK HILL BAPTIST CHURCH

Old Pine Hall Road • Walnut Cove

591-5811

ROSEBUD CHRISTIAN CHURCH

Rosebud Road • Walnut Cove

591-3182

RURAL HALL CHURCH OF GOD

270 College Street • Rural Hall

969-9402

SALEM CHAPEL CHRISTIAN CHURCH

7745 Salem Chapel Rd • Walnut Cove

595-2305

SANDY RIDGE CHRISTIAN CHURCH

1095 Sandy Ridge Christian Ch. Rd. • Sandy Ridge

427-8045

SANDY RIDGE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Amostown Road • Sandy Ridge

SYCAMORE BAPTIST CHURCH

1804 Hwy. 311 • Walnut Cove

591-7810

King • Tobaccoville Road

983-4352

ECONO LODGE

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Vesta Street

P.O. Box 1064 King, NC

27021

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Burroughs Funeral Home, Inc.

1382 Hwy 65 West • P.O. Box 471

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SHATTALON CHURCH OF CHRIST

5490 Shattalon Drive • Winston Salem

924-2964

SHINING LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH &

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4593 Flat Shoals Road • Germanton

994-2295

SNOW HILL UNITED METHODIST

CHURCH

Snow Hill Road • Danbury

593-3362

SOUTH STOKES CHURCH OF CHRIST

Old Hwy 52 • King

969-5498

SAINT ELIZABETH EPISCOPAL CHURCH

401 W. Dalton Road • King

985-3453

ST. MARK UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

9930 Baux Mountain Road

Germanton

STAFFORD COMMUNITY CHAPEL

4000 Stafford Mill Road • Germanton

336-306-0168

ST. MARY’S UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

4121 Hairston Street • Walnut Cove

336-591-8586

STOKESBURG UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

605 Stokesburg Road • Walnut Cove

591-7547

STONEY RIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH

1030 Stoney Ridge Road • Westfield

983-8882

TABERNACLE OF PRAISE

334 Main Street • Walnut Cove

591-4241

THE ROCK CHURCH

King, NC

www.godrocksking.com

983-0330

TRINITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

725 W. Dalton Road • King

983-5405

TRUE GOSPEL HOLINESS CHURCH

Ridge Road • Tobaccoville

985-3608

UNION GOSPEL BAPTIST CHURCH

6063 NC Hwy 8 South • Germanton

591-3853

VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH

7035 Belews Creek Road • Belews Creek

595-4750

VICTORY BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH

Martin Ferry Road • Tobaccoville

922-5189

VICTORY MINISTRIES CHURCH

Corner of Pinehall Rd. & 65 East

Belews Creek

591-7057

WALKERTOWN FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

5185 Sullivan Road • Walkertown

595-8104

WALKERTOWN PENTECOSTAL

HOLINESS CHURCH

New Walkertown Rd. • Walkertown

WAYSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH

Stokesburg Road • Walnut Cove

591-3571

WELCOME HOME BAPTIST CHURCH

5640 Reidsville Road • Walkertown

595-4750

WILLOW OAK BAPTIST CHURCH

Hwy 89 • Walnut Cove

591-4573

WITHERS CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST

CHURCH

2793 Pine Hall Road • Belews Creek

427-7661

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321 South Main Street

983-0147

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Obituaries

The Stokes News, September 16, 2010 - Page A7

BENGE

Mrs. Nellie Benge, age

82, of Pilot Mountain, widow

of the late Lonnie

William Benge, passed

away on Tuesday, September

9, 2010, at Forsyth

Memorial Hospital. Mrs.

Benge was born in Surry

County on December 26,

1927 to the late Coonie

Lester and Milner Johnson

Rogers.

GOINS

Mr. Frank Goins, age 94,

of Winston-Salem, husband

of Ruth Goins, passed away

on Thursday, September 9,

2010 at Forsyth Medical

Center. Mr. Goins was born

in Surry County on May

13, 1916 to the late Robert

and Ella Goins.

HAMPTON

Mrs. Irene Ashby

Hampton, 93, died Monday

morning, September 13,

2010 at Kate B. Reynolds

Hospice Home.

She was born in March

22, 1917 in Stokes County

to Henry Oliver and Ida

Lou Manring Ashby. She

retired from AT & T. Mrs.

Hampton loved to baking,

sewing and making quilts.

She was always ready

whenever called upon.

A 2:00 pm funeral service

was held on Wednesday,

September 15, 2010 at

Rosebud Christian Church

with Pastor Bob Blackmore

and Pastor Leo Matthews

officiating. Burial will follow

in the Church Cemetery.

She was preceded in

death by her husband;

Marvin Odell Hampton, a

son; Donald Odell Hampton,

5 brothers; Posey,

Odell, Joel, Tommy and

Wayne Ashby, and 1 sister;

Little Annie.

She is survived by his 4

children; Joan H Cavanaugh

and husband

David of Walkertown, June

H. Vaughan and husband

George, Linda H White and

husband John, both of Winston-Salem

and Connie H.

Tetter of King, 11 grandchildren;

Keith, Blake,

Angie, Donald Colin, Dove,

Sabrina, Tonya, Dana,

Ronald, Randall and Rodney,

25 great grandchildren,

5 great-great grandchildren,

3 sisters; Ida Mae

Martin of Pfafftown, Wanda

Spainhour of Walkertown,

Mary Hazelwood

Wade of Danville, VA and 1

brother; Chester Monroe

Ashby of King.

The family received

friends from 6-8 pm, Tuesday,

September 14, 2010 at

Burroughs Funeral Home.

Memorials may be made

to Hospice and Palliative

Care Center, 101 Hospice

Lane, Winston-Salem, NC

27103 or Rosebud Christian

Church, 1918 Rosebud

Road, Walnut Cove, NC

27052

Online condolences may

be offered at www.burroughsfuneralhome.com.

Burroughs Funeral

Home of Walnut Cove

served the Hampton family.

LANKFORD

Mr. Coy Lee Lankford,

age 75, of East Bend,

passed away on Friday,

September 10, 2010 at

Forsyth Medical Center.

Mr. Lankford was born in

Meadows of Dan, VA on

March 31, 1935 to the late

Andrew Frank and Ida

Elizabeth Lankford.

MEADOR

Mr. Ralph “Tom”

Thomas Meador, age 65, of

Pilot Mountain, husband of

Teresa Meador, passed

away on Wednesday, September

8, 2010 at Northern

Surry Hospital. Mr. Meador

was born in Alta Vista, VA,

on April 16, 1945 to the late

George and Christine Belle

Meador.

MORRIS

Mrs. Betty Lou Bullins

Morris, 72, died Monday

morning, September 13,

2010 at Kate B. Reynolds

Hospice Home.

She was born March 20,

1938 in Stokes County to

Joe Henry and Bertha

Dyson Bullins. Mrs. Morris

worked for Stoneville Furniture

Company. She was a

member of Victory Ministries

Church and loved to

fish.

A 2:00 pm funeral service

was held Wednesday,

September 15, 2010 at Burroughs

Funeral Home

Chapel with the Rev. Clayton

Smith officiating. Burial

followed in the Palmyra

United Methodist Church

Cemetery.

In addition to her parents,

she is preceded in

death by her husband; Paul

Morris, 1 daughter; Paula

Morris, 4 brothers; Chester,

Bill, Jay and John Henry

Bullins and 1 sister; Sarah

Jane Parrish.

She is survived by 1 son;

Jimmy Morris of Mayodan,

2 grandchildren; John Tomlinson

and Sarah Smith, 2

great grandchildren;

Colton Smith and Leah

Tomlinson, 1 sister; Cleo

Brim Kendrick, 2 brothers;

David Bullins and Henry

Bullins, special nephew;

Billy Bullins, special

nieces; Peggy Goins and

Linda Baker and special

friend; Howard Hicks, and

numerous nieces, nephews

and cousins.

The family received

friends from 6-8 pm, Tuesday,

September 14, 2010 at

Burroughs Funeral Home

and other times at the

home of her sister, Cleo.

Memorials may be made

to Hospice and Palliative

Care Center, 101 Hospice

Lane, Winston-Salem, NC

27103.

Online condolences may

be offered at www. burroughsfuneralhome.com.

Burroughs Funeral

Home in Walnut Cove

served the Morris family.

See OBITS, page A7

What’s Happening in Area Churches

Editor’s Note: Events listed in the

church calendar must be submitted in

writing. Church calendar items are not

accepted over the telephone. Information

may be e-mailed to

levans@thestokesnews.com or faxed

to 591-4379. The deadline is 3 p.m.

Monday prior to publication. Ongoing

church calendar items will publish the

last week of each month. They will publish

at other times as space allows.

Items may be submitted two weeks prior

to the event. Because of space limitations,

some announcements only appear

the week of the event.

Fri., Sept. 17

Rummage/bake sale—The Snow

Hill United Methodist Women will hold

their annual rummage and bake sale

Sept. 17-18 (Friday, 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m.,

and Saturday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m.) at the

Lawsonville Community Center in Lawsonville.

It is “Everything you can get in

a bag” for $5 (bags provided by the

UMW) with the exception of new items,

large items and baked goods. All proceeds

will go to local missions.

Sat., Sept. 18

Community yard sale—There will

be a large community yard sale at King

Christian Center, 995 Brown Road,

King, on Sept. 18 from 7 a.m.–until. Free

spaces are available. There will be plenty

of parking spaces for those selling and

buying. To reserve your space, e-mail

heavenlytreats@windstream.net or call

336-377-7222 (no calls after 9 p.m.

please). Concessions will be sold by

Heavenly Treats (www.heavenlytreats.webs.com).

Parish yard sale—Good Shepherd

Catholic Church, Kirby Road, King, will

have their annual yard sale on Sept. 18,

from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Spaces are available

for $15, and tables are $5. Contact

Jim or Shelley Welder at 336-969-6061

or email at jwelder@roadrunner.com to

reserve a spot. There will also be a bake

sale, and breakfast and lunch will be

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GENERAL ELECTION NOTICE

The Stokes County Board of Elections hereby gives notice of a General

Election to be held on November 2nd 2010, for Federal, State, and

County offices. On the ballot there will also be a vote on a proposed

N.C. Constitutional Amendment providing that no person convicted of a

felony may serve as Sheriff.

This election will be held in all voting precincts in Stokes County with

polls opening at 6:30 AM and closing at 7:30 PM.

Written, No-Excuse absentee voting for the November 2nd election

will begin on Sept 17th for voting by mail. The deadline for making

written absentee application by mail is Oct. 26th at 5:00 PM.

No-Excuse, One-Stop absentee voting at the Board of Elections office

in Danbury will begin on October 14th and will end on Saturday, October

30th. Hours are 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM Monday through Friday and

8:30 AM – 1:00 PM on Saturday, Oct. 30th.

No-Excuse, One-Stop absentee voting at the King Public Library and

Walnut Cove Fire Department will begin on Monday, October 25th and

end on Saturday, October 30th at 1:00 PM. Hours for these additional

one-stop sites are 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM Monday through Friday and

10:00 AM – 1:00 PM on Saturday, Oct. 30th.

The Board will meet on October 12th, 19tht, 26th at 5:00PM and on

November 1st at 4:00PM to approve absentee ballot applications.

If you are not registered to vote, you may pick up a mail-in form at

any library or call the Board of Elections office to have one mailed to you.

You must be registered by October 8th in order to vote in the November

2nd General Election.

Persons wishing to register and vote after the registration deadline may

appear in person at a one-stop absentee voting site, complete the voter

registration application form and provide proof of residence by presenting

valid documents showing current name and address.

This the 7th day of September, 2010.

Velmalene Leake, Chairman

Stokes County Board of Elections

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Page A8 - The Stokes News, September 16, 2010

OBITS

Continued from page A7

PACE

John F. Pace, 46, ended

his battle with cancer on

Saturday, September 11,

2010 at Kate B. Reynolds

Hospice Home.

CHURCH

Continued from page A7

available for purchase.

Sun., Sept. 19

Gospel singing—There will be a

singing at Delta Methodist Church,

Sandy Ridge, on Sept. 19 at 7 p.m.

with the group “For Heavens Sake,”

consisting of Jerry, Karen and Joyce.

The public is invited to attend.

Special worship service—Chestnut

Grove United Methodist Church,

1024 Volunteer Road in King, will be

having "Worship in the Round" on

Sept. 19. The worship service will be

modeled after the Gaither Homecoming

gathering and will take place in the

fellowship hall. The church’s own musical

talent will be leading the singing.

Anyone who has questions or would

APPOINTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

STOKES COUNTY

Stokes County has the following

Board/Committee/Council vacancies: See the County

Web page: www.co.stokes.nc.us for more information

regarding the vacancy or contact Clerk to the Board

Darlene Bulllins at 336-593-2448

Stokes County Aging Planning Committee

(General Public appointments – Nine vacancies)

Stokes County Fire Commission

(Two civilian appointments)

Darlene Bullins, Clerk to the Board

He was born February

6, 1964 in Muskegon,

Michigan to Ronald Keith

and Rosalie White Pace.

A 5:00 pm Celebration

of Life will be held Saturday,

September 18, 2010 at

Friendship Baptist

Church Fellowship Hall,

1352 Friendship Road,

Germanton, NC 27019.

John served his country

as a sergeant in the United

States Air Force during

the Persian Gulf War and

as a specialist in the North

Carolina Army National

Guard until his death, as a

member of the

HHC252CAB Unit in

Fayetteville. He was a

member of the VFW in

Walnut Cove, NC, volunteered

at Germanton Elementary

School, and attended

Friendship Baptist

Church. John relocated to

Florida as a young man

and traveled extensively

throughout his military

career. An avid saltwater

fisherman, he enjoyed skiing,

hiking and the outdoors.

John was preceded in

death by his mother; Rosalie

Julia White Pace.

He is survived by his

wife Gina Marie Rollyson

Pace, a daughter Emily

Pace, and a step-daughter

Cheyenne Jones of the

home; his father Rt. Rev.

Ronald K. Pace, and a sister

Julie Pace of Tarpon

Springs, FL; brothers Keith

Pace of Olympia, WA,

William Pace of San Anto-

like to sing should contact Tim Sands

at 351-4591.

Homecoming—Trinity United

Methodist Church, 725 W. Dalton

Road in King, will hold a homecoming

service on Sept. 19. Rev. Allan Van

Meter, pastor at Lincolnton: Boger City

UMC in the Gastonia District, will be

the guest speaker at the 10:30 a.m.

worship service. A covered dish meal

will follow in the fellowship hall. The

Rhythmaires, the guest musicians, will

present a program of gospel music at

9:30 a.m. Everyone is invited to attend.

For more information, please call

336-983-5405.

Fall revival—Trinity United

Methodist Church, 725 W. Dalton

Road in King, will hold its fall revival

Sept. 19-22 at 7 p.m. nightly. Rev. Terry

Moore will be the guest speaker. He

served as pastor at Bethel-Chestnut

Grove churches from 1990-1995 and

is now pastor at Weddington UMC in

the Albemarle District. Special music

during the revival will be provided by

Jim and Melissa Mitchell, David

Childers, Vocalpoint! and the Chancel

Choir. For more information, please

call 336-983-5405.

News

nio, TX, and Robert Pace of

Tarpon Springs, FL;

cousins Tom McCormick

and Todd Pace of Dexter,

MI; and many other family

members who will miss

him greatly.

In lieu of flowers, memorials

may be made to

the American Cancer Society,

1900 S. Hawthorne

Road, Winston-Salem, NC

27103 or Hospice and Palliative

Care Center, 101

Hospice Lane, Winston-

Salem, NC 27103.

Online condolences

may be offered at

www.burroughsfuneralhome.com.

Burroughs Funeral

Home of Walnut Cove, NC

is serving the Pace family.

Joyce-Dawson to wed

REEVES

Mrs. Phyllis Mills

Reeves, age 94, of Pilot

Mountain, NC widow of

the late Randall Turner

Reeves, passed away on

Thursday, September 9,

2010 at Joan and Howard

Woltz Hospice Home, Dobson,

NC. Mrs. Reeves was

born in Surry County on

December 8, 1915 to the

late Ellis W. and Stella

Forkner Mills.

TEDDER

Alma Harriett Hall

Tedder of King, NC, 86,

died September 8, 2010.

Alma was born September

11, 1923. She is survived

by her daughter

Donna, son Steve, daughter-in-law

Katie, granddaughter

and her husband,

Julie and Chuck

Queen, and beloved greatgrandson

Liam. She is

preceded in death by her

husband Ira W. Tedder.

Services was held at

Quaker Gap Baptist

Church, Thursday, September

9, 2010, at 4:00

p.m. The family received

friends and family following

the service in the fellowship

hall. In lieu of

flowers, the family requests

that donations in

memory of Alma be made

to a Special Needs Irrevocable

Trust for Donna.

These trust donations

should be mailed to Steve

and/or Katie Tedder, PO

Box 135, King, NC 27021.

PINNACLE — Derrick and

Tina Joyce of Pinnacle announce

the engagement of their daughter,

Casie Danielle Joyce, to Zachary

Tyler Dawson, son of Joey and

Sharon Dawson of Pilot Mountain.

The bride-elect is the granddaughter

of Michael and Barbara

Joyce of Pinnacle and Reid and

Louisa Goins of Danbury. She is a

2005 graduate of West Stokes

High School. She received her associate’s

degree in diagnostic medical

sonography and is employed

at Rowan Regional Medical Center

in Salisbury as a sonographer.

Zach is the grandson of Lorene

and the late Junior Dawson of Pilot

Mountain and Russell and

Genny Edwards of Pilot Mountain.

He is a 2003 graduate of East Surry

High School and is employed by

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

as a pharmacy technician. He

also has been the lead singer of

the Christian rock band, Akissforjersey,

since 2005.

The couple will marry on Dec. 4

at First Baptist Church in Winston-Salem.

Hopkins completes basic training

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Delta County Fort Jackson,

South Carolina.

Hopkins is presently

stationed at Fort Lee, VA,

continuing his A.I.I. training

as an Armament Repairer.

Hopkins is a 2002 graduate

of North Stokes High

School and is the son of

David and Deborah Hopkins

of Lawsonville.

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S ports

A breakthrough win for South Stokes

Thursday,

Sept. 16, 2010

Withers, Martin run wild as SSHS crushes Kestrel Heights for first victory of the season

By Jeremy Moorhouse

Sports Editor

Coach Jonathan Frasher

of South Stokes knew the

bucket of ice cold water was

coming.

The first year head coach

didn’t mind getting soaked.

Not on this memorable

night.

At long last, South

Stokes’ winless drought is

over.

Led by the thunder and

lightning tandem of sophomore

quarterback Jaron

Withers and freshman tailback

Jacquan Martin, the

Sauras looked like a welloiled

rushing machine while

the defense sparkled as well

on the way to a 43-0 rout of

the Kestrel Heights Hawks.

Students rushed onto the

field and the players gathered

in front of the band,

playing the school’s alma

mater song.

Seniors tried to fight

back tears.

It had been a while.

Go back to Nov. 7, 2008 -

a 30-26 win against the Alleghany

Trojans.

The Sauras had felt the

sting of 14 straight losses

since.

This one felt good.

“You don’t fully grasp until

you are out there in the

huddle after all the celebration

was over and everything

and the kids are looking

you in the eye and the

seniors are crying their eyes

out,” said Frasher, who

earned his first varsity win

as a head coach. “These kids

worked so hard at all the

practices. I’m so proud of our

seniors tonight. I know the

underclassmen are too. They

talked about how they wanted

to get a win for our seniors.”

Just before time ran out,

players doused Frasher with

a Gatorade bucket full of ice

water.

See SOUTH, page B5

Jeremy Moorhouse/The Stokes News

Above, quarterback Jaron Withers of South Stokes (10)

stiff arms a Durham Kestrel Heights defender near the

goal line during the Sauras’ 43-0 victory on Friday night.

Left, running back Jacquan Martin of South Stokes looks

for running room against Durham Kestrel Heights on

Friday night.

Overcoming adversity:

Lester bounces back

quickly after torn ACL

By Jeremy Moorhouse

Sports Editor

Jacob Lester wants to be

an orthopedic surgeon

someday.

When the South Stokes’

senior sets goals, you can

pretty much take it to the

bank.

Lester has a knack for

scoring soccer goals too - he

had three last week in a 7-1

victory against county rival

North Stokes - all this coming

six months after having

surgery to repair a torn

ACL in his right knee.

Yeah, the guy is no

stranger to overcoming adversity

- or being in hospitals,

where he’s had a hernia

repair and an appendectomy.

“After countless stitches,

I’ve had sprains, fractures, I

broke my nose but popped it

back in. After my knee (injury),

I just wanted to go

into the medical field,”

Lester said. “I’ve already

been there half my life, why

not finish the other half?”

Being a surgeon would

be only appropriate for the

soccer/baseball standout,

whose amazingly quick recovery

from the ACL injury

has surprised some, but certainly

not Lester.

It’s a grueling process,

but one that Lester met

head on.

He hyperextended his

knee in a collision during a

game against West Stokes

near the end of soccer season

last year.

X-rays came back negative

and Lester would finish

out the soccer season.

“I didn’t think anything

about it,” Lester said.

“There was some swelling,

then it would go down.”

After taking it easy in

the winter, he came out for

baseball season tryouts in

February.

“I jumped up in the air

and came down. That time I

heard it pop,” he said. “One

of the guys heard it and said

he thought I broke my leg.”

An MRI revealed a complete

tear of the ACL and a

slight tear of the meniscus

in his knee.

He had successful surgery

on March 30.

Doctors told Lester it

would be six or seven

months before he could be

back on the soccer field.

He only had four.

His work was cut out.

“I started walking three

days after surgery on

crutches and got off the

medicine as quick as I

could,” he said. “I started

therapy right away, once a

week for five months. I did

See LESTER, page B4

Jeremy Moorhouse/The Stokes News

Jacob Lester of South Stokes advances the ball up the field during a game against

North Stokes last week.

Luke Bowen

West Stokes Wildcats drop

heartbreaker to Pioneers

By Robert Money

Special to the News

West Stokes fought through the rain

and their long trip to Boone, but fell short

in Friday’s nonconference game against

the Class 4A Watauga Pioneers 10-9.

The Wildcats struggled offensively

with poor execution and penalties that

stopped several potential drives. None

hurt more than in the second quarter

when the Cats had first and goal inside

the Pioneer’s 10 yard line.

West Stokes received three penalties,

two for not enough men on the line and

one holding call that pushed them back.

“I don’t understand our execution this

time of the year,” said head coach Jimmy

Upchurch. “We should be past the silly

penalties and our handling of the ball. We

work on this stuff in practice daily. We will

learn from this and move on.”

The Wildcats had to settle for a 35-

yard field goal from senior Scott Leonard

and an early 3-0 lead with 7:41 left before

the break.

On the ensuing kick off, Watauga had a

nice return to midfield, but then another

costly penalty gave the Pioneers 15 more

yards and first and ten at the Wildcats’

35-yard line. The Wildcat defense really

stepped to the plate and held the Pioneers

to a 23-yard field goal after running 10

plays. The field goal came with 3:13 left

before the half, which knotted the score at

three at the break.

The West Stokes defense forced a punt

to start the second half, but a fumble on

their first offensive possession gave the

ball back to the Pioneers on the Wildcat

18-yard line.

After another Wildcat penalty, the Pioneers

scored three plays later on a 5-yard

run by Kyle Chambers. Watauga added

the extra point and they led 10-3 with

8:34 left in the third.

Jordan Hall

Austin Fleming

“Again, turnovers and penalties continue

to haunt us,” said Upchurch. “Our defense

has really played well this year, but

it’s hard to keep asking them to bail the

offense out every time we turn the ball

over on a short field.”

After each team’s defense continue to

force punts, the Wildcats mounted one

more push with 6:28 left in the game.

They took over around mid-field and

reached the Pioneer’s 28-yard line where

they faced a 4th and 6. Senior Luke

Bowen made a diving catch in the end

zone on a perfectly thrown ball by Austin

Fleming.

“That play has been successful for us

this year,” said Upchurch. “Luke has made

some fabulous catches for us this year, but

none more impressing than that catch.”

Leonard came on for the extra-point

try to tie the game, but he missed the chip

shot wide left — forcing an attempted onside

kick on the kickoff that the Pioneers

recovered.

The Wildcats out gained the Pioneers

with 201 yards of offense to the Pioneer’s

141. Fleming rushed for 88 yards and

threw for 102 on 12-for-20 with no interceptions.

Defensively for West Stokes, Jordan

Hall led them with 16 tackles, a sack and

two tackles for a loss. Buck Southern contributed

seven tackles, while Ryan Ward

had six. Brandon Helvey, Darryl Little,

Ben Alderman, and Jake Moser finished

with five tackles each.

Both teams are now 2-2 on the season.

The Wildcats will have an open week this

week and will start getting ready for one

of the most anticipated games of the season

against the defending conference

champions Mount Airy Bears on Sept. 24

in King.

See WEST, page B4


Page B2 - The Stokes News, September 16, 2010

Calvary Christian spikes Cramerton

The Calvary Christian School Varsity

Volleyball team beat Cramerton

Christian School 25-15, 25-12, and 25-

23 on Friday. This was an exciting victory

for the 1-A Cougars against the 2-

A Cramerton Crusaders.

The volleys were long, the attacks

were awesome and the serves were superb.

This was definitely a team effort on

the part of the Lady Cougars.

The team consists of junior (Jessica

Kurr), sophomores (Daniella Morales,

Callie Allen, Anna Ingram), and freshman

(Jennifer Fansler, Cassie Palmer,

Cassie Cantrell, Brooke Hendrick)

along with Coach Tamela Ingram.

With a 4-2 record, the Cougars are looking

forward to a promising season.

Cougars soccer team picks up three

victories

The Calvary Christian School

Cougar soccer team posted three wins

last week against White Plains, Tabernacle

and Cramerton.

Calvary (5-0-1) got a hat trick from

Levi Salter against White Plains.

Salter also had two assists in the 7-3

win.

Against Hickory, Salter had three

goals and two assists and against

Cramerton, Salter

Game Statistics

Calvary vs. White Plains (Tuesday)

Score : 7-3

Calvary Shots: 16

White Plains Shots: 15

Calvary Goals: 1. Levi Salter 2. Salter 3. Justin

Baker (Assist: Salter) 4. Casey Bui (Assist: Salter) 5.

Salter 6. Bobby Kur 7. Evan Keaton (Assist: Andrew

Kinzer)

White Plains Goals: 1. Caleb Horton 2. Zane Eaton

3. Eaton

Calvary Saves: Cody Kinzer 6, Andrew Bryan 6

White Plains Saves: James Cromer 9, Caleb Horton

6

Calvary vs Tabernacle Hickory (Thursday)

Score : 4-0

Calvary Shots: 31

Tabernacle Shots: 15

Calvary Goals: 1. Levi Salter 2. Justin Baker (Assist:

Salter) 3. Salter (Assist: Baker) 4. Salter

Calvary Saves: Cody Kinzer 11

Tabernacle Saves: Kyle Ward 18

Calvary vs Cramerton (Friday)

Score: 4-1

Calvary Shots: 24

Cramerton Shots: 25

Calvary Goals: 1. Justin Baker (Assist: Levi Salter)

2. Caleb Salter (Levi Salter)

3. Andrew Bryan (Caleb Salter) 4. Jared Rose (J.

Baker)

Cramerton Goals: 1. Micah Steger

Calvary Saves: Cody Kinzer 16

Cramerton Saves: Joshua Jenkins 11

Sports

Sauras top Greyhounds,

Wildcats on tennis court

Staff Report

South Stokes picked up

a pair of 8-1 victories

against North Surry and

West Stokes last week in

Northwest 1A/2A Conference

tennis action.

West Stokes got a win

against Winston-Salem

Prep by a 9-0 score and

North Stokes fell to Mount

Airy 9-0.

South Stokes 8,

North Surry 1

SINGLES - Sarah Glasco

(NS) d. Kaitlin Sands 6-

3, 6-3; Jenna Stevens (SS)

d. Abigail Brannock 7-5, 0-

6, 11-9; Annie-Kate Young

(SS) d. Katie Smith 6-0, 6-

1; Chelsea Evans (SS) d.

Chaney Kuykendall 5-7, 6-

1, 10-4; Rebekah Smith

(SS) d. Keightley Dalton 6-

2, 6-2; Gina Rutledge (SS)

d. Emily Calhoun 6-2, 6-2

DOUBLES - Sands-

Stevens (SS) d. Glasco-

Brannock 8-6; Young-

Evans (SS) d. Smith-Calhoun

8-6; Smith-Rutledge

(SS) d. Kuykendall-Dalton

8-6

South Stokes 8,

West Stokes 1

SINGLES - Kayla Holder

(WS) d. Kaitlin Sands 3-

6, 6-2, 10-4; Jenna Stevens

(SS) d. McKayla Newsome

6-2, 6-4; Annie-Kate Young

(SS) d. Madelyn Shelton 6-

2, 6-1; Chelsea Evans (SS)

d. Sabrina Webster 6-1, 6-

1; Rebekah Smith (SS) d.

Haley Fowler 6-2, 6-2;

Gina Rutledge (SS) d.

Abby Westmoreland 6-3, 6-

0;

DOUBLES - Sands-

Stevens (SS) d. Holder-

Newsome 8-5; (SS) Young-

Evans d. Shelton-Webster

8-3; Everly-Richardson

(SS) d. Fowler-Westmoreland

8-4

Jeremy Moorhouse/

The Stokes News

Jenna Stevens of South

Stokes hits a shot against

West Stokes last week in

Northwest 1A/2A Conference

tennis action.

West Stokes 9,

W-S Prep 0

SINGLES- Kayla Holder

def. Shirley Smith 6-2,

6-1; McKayla Newsome

def. Cierra York 6-0, 6-0;

Madelyn Shelton def. Ashley

Duncan 6-0, 6-0;

Sabrena Webster def. Kylala

Searcy 6-1, 6-2; Haley

Fowler def. Tineya Dixon

6-1, 6-2; Abby Westmoreland,

won by forfeit

DOUBLES - Shelton-

Newsome def. Smith-

Searcy 8-0; Westmoreland-Molly

Tate def. York-

Duncan 8-5; Robin

Collins-Fowler, won by

forfeit

Mount Airy 9,

North Stokes 0

SINGLES - Jordan

Jackson d. Cana Rierson

6-0, 6-0; Merry Kessler d.

Mallie Ziglar 6-2, 6-1;

Elizabeth Dinkins d.

Brittney Foley 6-0, 6-0;

Jade Hughes d. Emma

McKenney 4-0, ret.; Davi

Barbour d. Tess Rogers 6-

0, 6-0; Blair Holcomb d.

Rebecca Gunter 6-3, 6-0

DOUBLES - Jackson-

Kessler d. Rierson-Foley

8-3; Dinkins-Hughes d.

Foley-Gunter 8-0; Barbour-Alex

Rigney d.

McKenney-Rogers 8-0

Submitted Photo

Front row: Cassie Cantrell and Brooke Hendrick. Back Row: Coach Tamela Ingram,

Jessica Kurr, Callie Allen, Cassie Palmer, Anna Ingram, Jennifer Fansler and

Daniella Morales.

Jeremy Moorhouse/

The Stokes News

Kayla Holder of West

Stokes hits a shot against

South Stokes last week.

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West Stokes cross country teams

competed at the Caldwell County Invitational

The Lenoir Aquatics and Fitness

Center played host to the Caldwell

County Cross Country Invitational

last Tuesday. The two-loop course

made up of wide open fields, tight

windy trails and several hills created

a very tough course to run especially

on a day where the temperatures

were in the mid 90s. The event

consisted of six races. The first race

was a coaches one loop race followed

by a middle school race, Varsity boys

race, Varsity girls race, Open boys

race and ending with an Open girls

race. 702 runners from 32 schools

participated in the day's events.

West Stokes entered nine boys

and five girls into the Invitational.

Only seven runners from each school

could be entered into the varsity

races. In the Varsity Boys race, 178

runners representing 27 schools covered

the course. The winner of the

race was Matt Zachrich a senior

from Saint Stephens High School

who completed the race in 16:40.

Completing the course first for West

Stokes was Nathan Hatley who finished

13th with a time of 18:13.

Nathan was followed by Garrett

Martin who placed 23rd with a time

of 18:59. Jason Barber was next, finishing

29th at 19:11, followed by

Nick Pinch 74th, 20:36; Aaron

Lipchak 128th, 22:27; Cameron

Shaw 146th, 23:24; and Kenneth Erickson

160th, with a time of 24:32.

The boys team finished eighth out of

27 schools.

In the Varsity girls race, five Lady

Wildcats competed in a field of 171

girls from 23 schools. Senior Carol

Blankenship from East Wilkes High

Sports

Wildcats compete at Caldwell County Invitational

School finished first with a time of

18:58. Erica Boles was the first West

Stokes runner to finish, completing

the course in 22:27 placing 19th.

Hannah Helms followed in 23rd

place with a time of 22:40. Anna

Russell was the third Ladycat to finish,

She placed 86th with a time of

25:37. Braeden Barr followed with a

time of 26:26 good for 105th. Rachel

White was 147th with a time of

29:19. The girls team finished 13th

out of 23 schools.

In the Open boys race, West

Stokes had two runners in the event.

197 boys started the race which was

won by Abram Logan with a time of

19:14. The sophomore was from East

Wilkes High School. West Stokes's

TJ Daniel finished the race in a time

of 23:54, good for 87th. Jonathan

Morgan was 160th completing the

race in a time of 27:24.

The Stokes News, September 16, 2010 - Page B3

Prowlers roar past rival Cardinals

The West Stokes Prowlers got the best of their

fierce rival in a big way on Sunday afternoon.

The Prowlers rolled past Pilot Mountain 38-13 in

Surry County Little League football action.

Gage Edwards rushed for 202 yards to lead the

Prowlers rushing attack. Caustin Beckner threw for

105 yards and Broderic Howard had 74 receiving

yards.

Josh Chunn hauled in a touchdown pass from

Beckner with 3:34 left in the first quarter. The conversion

run failed leaving West ahead 6-0.

Edwards scored the first of his four touchdown

runs from 42 yards out and the Prowlers went up 12-

0.

Pilot answered with a touchdown on a kick return

and two-point conversion to cut it to 12-8 and had the

football deep in West territory before Howard came up

with a key interception on fourth down.

Howard caught a pass from Beckner on the next

drive and broke several tackles on the way to a 74-

yard touchdown and an 18-8 lead.

Edwards scored again on a 42 yard run with a twopoint

conversion and then again from 32 yards away

with a two-point conversion from Trent Newman.

Pilot scored again and then Edwards added another

touchdown midway through the fourth.

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Submitted Photo

West Stokes cross country runner Anna Russell.

Defense is the answer for West Stokes JVs

By Robert Money

Special to the News

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West Stokes cross country runner Jason Barber.

The defense for the

West Stokes JV football

team answered a tough

call Thursday night at

Wildcats Stadium and

stayed unbeaten with a

12-7 victory over the Class

4A Watauga Pioneers.

After losing last year’s

game with the Pioneers in

a similarl situation, the

Cats defense made a

strong stand in the game

and refused to lose.

“Our defense continues

to get better each week,"

said Coach Jimmy Upchurch.

“Coach (Mark)

Boyd and Coach (David)

Adams do a terrific job

with those kids. They have

bought into our system

and have been running it

as well as we could have

expected.”

Coach Boyd, who took

over as the JV Head

Coach, calls the defensive

sets and Coach Adams

took over the offensive

play calling as the Offensive

Coordinator this season.

The Wildcats offense

put points on the board

early in the first quarter

on a two-play drive that

covered 83 yards. Freshman

quarterback Grayson

Cobb connected with

Brock Reynolds for an 80-

yard touchdown reception

for the early 6-0 lead.

After another Wildcat

stop on defense that filtered

over into the second

quarter of play, Cobb and

company moved the ball

79 yards on another two

play drive. Cobb connected

with Brandon Starnes on

bubble screen pass. After

breaking a couple of tackles,

he dashed 75 yards to

paydirt for a 12-0 lead at

the half.

The Wildcats took the

second half kickoff and appeared

to continue where

they left off, but their drive

stalled after the Watauga

defense stuffed them on a

3rd and 1 situation near

their 40-yard line. Lining

up for a punt, the snap

sailed over the head of

Zack Manley and the Pioneers

stuffed the Cats for

a huge loss, which gave

them a turnover on downs

at the Wildcat’s 17-yard

line.

“Our defense was in another

tough situation,”

said Upchurch. “It seemed

like their offense was

starting on our side of the

field all night.”

In fact, the Pioneer either

started around midfield

or in Wildcats territory

on five of their first six

possessions. The Wildcat

defense looked to make a

strong stand, but after seven

plays, the Pioneers

scored on a 5-yard run on

third and goal to cut the

lead to 12-7 with 6:18 left

in the third quarter.

The next quarter and a

half remaining in the

game proved strong for the

Wildcat defense. They had

to make three more defensive

stops in the last quarter

to preserve the win and

foil any thoughts of another

Pioneer comeback like

last year.

Jared Moorefield and

Anthony Wilding were the

anchor of the defense last

night with 11 and 10 tackles

respectfully. Moorefield

had two sacks and each

had three tackles for a

loss. Chris Westberry

added eight tackles and a

fumble recovery, while

Manley contributed seven

tackles in the game. Josh

Vaughn and Justin Badgett

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On offense, most of the

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first half, but it was

enough to preserve the

win. Cobb was 8-for-15

with one interception and

215 yards passing in the

game, while Reynolds had

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200 of them coming in the

first half. Watauga totaled

156 yards of offense with

76 rushing yards, the first

positive yards the Wildcat

defense has given up in

three games.

The Wildcats improve

to 3-0, while the Pioneers

dropped to 2-1. West

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Sports

The annual Hemlock HGA Club Championship

Submitted Photo

Two teams tied at eight under par in the Tuesday

evening Bunny Hop at Hemlock Golf Club on Sept. 7.

Winning the putt off was the team of, from left: Bo

Bibey (captain), Robert Galyean, Tommy Mabe and

Mike Lawson. Kris Kiser was the closest to the pin winner

on hole number four. The Bunny Hop is played

every Tuesday at 6 p.m. and interested golfers should

call to register by 5:30 p.m. (591-7934).

WEST

Continued from page B1

After its open date, North

Stokes is set to host Andrews

High School on Friday.

The Wildcats are 3-1,

with victories against

Thomas Jefferson Academy,

Asheville School and

Asheville and a loss to University

Christian (Jacksonville,

Fla.).

Andrews competes in the

Smoky Mountain 1A Conference

and lost 38-26 to the

Vikings in last season’s

matchup in the mountains.

North (2-1) has had two

weeks to recover from a difficult

25-0 loss to East Wilkes

at home in its last game.

Next week, the Vikings travel

to South Stokes.

Friday at Boone

Watauga 10, West Stokes 9

West Stokes 0 3 0 6 - 9

Watauga 0 3 7 0 -10

Second Quarter

WS - Scott Leonard 35 FG 7:41

W - Alex Parsons 23 FG 3:13

Third Quarter

W - Kyle Chambers 5 run (Parsons

kick) 8:34

Fourth Quarter

WS - Luke Bowen 28 pass from

Austin Fleming (kick failed) 4:25

North Stokes Jr. Vikings win

over Dobson Eagles 52-0

The North Stokes Jr.

Vikings Varsity team

(11 & 12 yr. olds) faced

off in Week 3 action of

the Surry County Youth

Little League Football

season against the Dobson

Eagles on Sunday.

The afternoon games

were scheduled for Saturday,

but were postponed

due to rain. The

Vikings had an explosive

offensive output for

the day, gaining over

400 yards of total offense.

The Viking defense

was also very strong,

holding the Eagles

scoreless for the day.

Week three games were

hosted by the Pilot

Mountain Cardinals

and were held at East

Surry High School with

Sunday games being

held at Chestnut Grove

Middle School. Week

four games will be held

Submitted Photo

Seven under par could not be beat in the Tuesday

evening Bunny Hop at Hemlock Golf Club on Aug. 17.

Members of the winning team were, from left: Alan

Brewer, Jon Montgomery (Captain) and Tommy Mabe.

Closest to the pin winners were Ronnie Priddy and

Tommy Mabe.

on September 18 at Surry

Central High School.

The Jr. Vikings will face

off with the Mount Airy

Bears at 10:45 a.m. The

Jr. Vikings B and C

squad scrimmage games

will follow at noon.

SCLLF Standings

Franklin 3-0

North Stokes 3-0

West Stokes 3-0

Pilot Mountain 1-2

Walnut Cove 1-2

Mount Airy 1-2

White Plains 0-3

Dobson 0-3

Week 3 Games

West Stokes 38 Pilot Mountain

13

Mount Airy 35 White

Plains 0

Franklin 6

Walnut

Cove 0

North Stokes 52 Dobson 0

Saturday’s Schedule

At Surry Central High

Dobson vs. Franklin

Mount Airy vs. North Stokes

White Plains vs. West Stokes

Walnut Cove vs. Pilot Mountain

LESTER

Continued from page B1

everything 110 percent.

Now my leg feels great, better

than ever. I’m making

the cuts and scoring the

goals.”

At the beginning of the

season Lester eased into the

games - playing 20 minutes,

then 30, then 40 and now

the full 80 minutes.

“He’s done remarkably

well. He didn’t have to be

pushed,” Sauras coach

Mark Linville said. “This is

somebody who has done 110

percent everything they’ve

told him to do. It’s paid off

because he’s completely recovered.

He’s a scholar-athlete.

He’s good academically

and that makes a difference

because those two don’t always

go together.”

Lester is pulling a 4.2

GPA and his top school of

choice is Wake Forest University.

His other choices

are UNC-Chapel Hill and

East Carolina University.

“I know I can do it,”

Lester said. “The grades are

there and I’ve got my family

Submitted Photo

On Aug. 24, the winning score for the Hemlock Golf

Club Bunny Hop was six under par. Members of the

winning team were, from left: Ronnie Priddy, Mike Lawson

and Bo Bibey (Captain). Closest to the pin winners

were Wesley Lineberry and Ronnie Priddy. The Bunny

Hop is played every Tuesday at 6 p.m. Interested

golfers should call the pro shop and register by 5:30 p.m.

(591-7934).

pushing me, coaches and

teachers pushing me.”

Asked if there was ever a

doubt he could recover from

such a serious injury, Lester

said it was tough at first.

“The day of surgery, you

wake up and see half the

muscle gone in your leg, it’s

hard to believe,” he said.

“Anita Mabe Burroughs,

who died of cancer recently,

she’d been struggling and

had been battling for two

years. That’s my inspiration,

my hero. I know if a

woman who can fight like

that for two years with two

children trying to survive,

her goal was to see her son

graduate and walk across

that stage. I knew I could

get through five months after

ACL surgery. I knew I

could get back on soccer

field.”

Lester is appreciative of

the chance to get back out

and play sports again.

“I prayed every night,”

Lester said. “Every game I

pray before I go out on the

field and I thank God for

what he’s given me. A couple

of years ago I wasn’t

where I needed to be and it

showed. Now I know God

gave me this talent for a

reason.”

One of Lester’s soccer

teammates last year, Cole

Greene, a basketball star at

South Stokes, suffered a

similar injury on the hardwood

last winter,

“Cole, he wanted to be

out here with us. We are

right there together,” Lester

said. “He’s taking it one day

at a time like I am. He’s

getting ready for basketball.

I’m pushing him and

he’s pushing me. This being

our senior year, we really

want to shine.”

After five months, with

the help of surgeon Dr.

David Martin and physical

therapist Michael Way,

Lester is officially 100 percent.

He still wears the protective

knee brace on the

field.

“This year I’m just going

to go all out as much as

can,” Lester said. “I’ll be trying

to keep the leg safe as I

can so I don’t tear the ACL

again and I really want to

play with my senior baseball

team.”

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SOUTH

Continued from page B1

After getting the same

treatment the previous

night in a 34-10 win against

Trinity, he was ready for it,

but still got plenty wet.

“Wow, yeah, just soaking

it all in right now,” Frasher

said. “I didn’t expect it

(Thursday). It caught me totally

off guard. It’s been a

good week for South Stokes

football.”

The Sauras rolled up 421

rushing yards on 38 carries -

relying heavily on Withers

(12 carries, 196 yards, two

touchdowns) and Martin (15

carries, 169 yards, four

touchdowns). Withers was 6

of 9 passing for 80 yards

with no interceptions.

South exploded for 21

points in the first quarter

and led 35-0 at halftime.

“J and J. Big nights for

both of them,” Frasher said.

“I’ve got to give kudos to the

guys up front. Jack (Haymore)

is one of the best offensive

linemen I’ve been

around in five years. Todd

Gibbs did a great job. Mike

Jones, Matt Bingman, a senior

captain. Hunter Johnson.

That’s where it starts.

We’ve got some boys up

front paving the way for

them.”

The Hawks couldn’t stop

the running game or do anything

offensively against the

Sauras’ D. Kestrel Heights

had only a single first down

in the first half - with four

drives ending in a punt, one

on downs, an interception

and a fumble.

“Defense played big

tonight,” Frasher said. “We

had a few breakdowns we

need to work on but think

we are headed in the right

direction.”

Withers ran 32 yards for

the first touchdown of the

night to cap off an impressive

87-yard drive to open

the game. Andrew Martin, a

soccer player making his

first varsity start, split the

uprights on the extra point

for a 7-0 lead with 8:37 on

the clock.

Zack Singleton recovered

a Kestrel Heights fumble on

the ensuing drive and

Jacquan Martin ran in for

his first touchdown of the

night for a 14-0 lead after

Andrew Martin’s kick.

A big punt return from

Damien Martin set the

Sauras up inside Hawks’

territory on the next drive

and Jacquan Martin scored

on another touchdown run

to make it 21-0.

Ryan S. Smith intercepted

Reggie Hartman’s pass

on the next drive and returned

it to the 34-yard line.

Withers had two big runs -

the second a 12-yard TD.

“It feels good and this is

my first year playing here

too,” Withers said. “Good

play calling, the linemen especially,

the slots blocking.

You just try to run hard, and

get good blocking, it’s pretty

much a good deal.

Added Martin: “Hard

work in practice. We’ve been

working our butts off and

the coaches have been pushing

us too.”

After narrow losses in

the first two weeks against

Bartlett Yancey and

McMichael, the Sauras

played well again in the

home opener against Rockingham

County.

Now, they’re finally over

the hump.

Frasher said the win just

explodes the team’s confidence

level.

“The kids are now tasting

what victory is like,”

Frasher said. “We’ve been so

close. So many have been

right there. Bartlett Yancey,

I don’t think it hurt them

because we were so close

and they were like ‘Wow’.

McMichael, Rockingham, it

hurt them.

“We are still learning

how to practice, the little

things. We are learning to

focus for four quarters. We

have to put a complete game

together yet. We still have

areas to improve.”

On a personal note,

Frasher was thrilled to get

his first head coaching win.

“I’m out of the zero column,”

he said with a chuckle.

“It was good to have that

first win. It’s a special night

tonight for all my family.”

The Sauras had 501 total

yards of offense. Josh

Wright was a multiple

threat with four rushes for

35 yards and four catches

for 30 yards. Damien Martin

finished with two receptions

for 50 yards.

Andrew Martin was 5 of

Sports

6 on extra points.

The Hawks had 33 yards

of total offense - 31 rushing

on 25 carries and 1-10 passing

for two yards.

Jacquan Martin broke

through a host of tacklers

for a 44-yard, third-quarter

touchdown and Jerome Benjamin

sacked Hartman in

the end zone in the fourth

quarter for a safety.

Up next is a home date

with the Bishop McGuinness

Villains (3-0), who run

a single wing offense and

are led by speedster Marty

DeFrancesco and Jared Pluciniczak.

The Villains got past

South Davidson 49-22 last

week.

In 2009 meeting, the

Sauras fell 55-0 in Kernersville.

Friday at Walnut Cove

South Stokes 43,

Kestrel Heights 0

Kestrel Heights 0 0 0 0 - 0

South Stokes 21 14 6 2 - 43

First Quarter

SS - Jaron Withers 32 run (Andrew

Martin kick) 8:37

SS - Jacquan Martin 6 run (A.

Martin kick) 5:31

SS - J. Martin 5 run (A. Martin

kick) 1:14

Second Quarter

SS - Withers 12 run (A. Martin

kick) 11:23

SS - J. Martin 4 run (A. Martin

kick) 5:34

Third Quarter

SS - J. Martin 44 run (kick failed)

0:00

Fourth Quarter

SS - Safety, Jerome Benjamin

tackled Reggie Hartman in the end

zone, 8:48

The Stokes News, September 16, 2010 - Page B5

Middle School Standings

Foothills Middle School

Conference

Football

Sept. 15

Chestnut Grove @ Central

Gentry @ Piney Grove

Pilot Mountain @ Mount Airy

Meadowview @ Southeastern

Standings

W L

Pilot Mountain 0 0

Chestnut Grove 0 0

Central 0 0

Southeastern 0 0

Gentry 0 0

Mount Airy 0 0

Piney Grove 0 0

Meadowview 0 0

Volleyball

Sept. 9

Central 1 Southeastern 2

Gentry 2 Pilot Mountain 0

25-17 / 25-23

Meadowview 2 Piney Grove 1

21-25 / 25-18 / 15-7

Chestnut Grove 2 Mount Airy 1

21-25 / 25-17 / 15-3

A Team Standing

W L

Chestnut Grove 1 0

Gentry 1 0

Meadowview 1 0

Southeastern 1 0

Central 0 1

Mount Airy 0 1

Pilot Mountain 0 1

Piney Grove 0 1

B Team Standings

W L

Central 1 0

Mount Airy 1 0

Meadowview 1 0

Gentry 1 0

Chestnut Grove 0 1

Southeastern 0 1

Pilot Mountain 0 1

Piney Grove 0 1

Soccer

Sept. 9

Central 7 Southeastern 1

Pilot Mountain, bye

Meadowview 8 Piney Grove

1

Chestnut Grove 1 Mount Airy 4

Standings

W L

Central 1 0

Meadowview 1 0

Mount Airy 1 0

Pilot Mountain 0 0

Piney Grove 0 1

Chestnut Grove 0 1

Southeastern 0 1

Girls Tennis

Sept. 8

Chestnut Grove 1 Mount Airy 8

Piney Grove at Pilot Mountain

Southeastern at Gentry

Central, bye

Standings

W L

Mount Airy 1 0

Central 0 0

Chestnut Grove 0 1

Pilot Mountain 0 0

Southeastern 0 0

Gentry 0 0

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ANY); and UNKNOWN

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AND

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CEASED),

Defendants.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC

SALE

Under and by virtue of

a Judgment and Order

for Sale entered in the

District Court of Stokes

County, North Carolina,

in the above-captioned

action, the undersigned

Commissioner will on

the 17th day of September,

2010 @ 3:30

PM, offer for sale and

sell for cash to the last

and highest bidder at

public auction at the

Stokes County Courthouse

door in Danbury,

North Carolina the following

described real

property:

BEGINNING at an iron

stake corner of the

"Barn Lot", "Farm Tract

3", and "Farm Tract 4",

as shown on Plat of

McCanless Acres Development,

and runs

thence North 03 deg.

07 min. East along the

line of Farm Tract 4,

approximately 300 feet

to an iron stake in the

line of Farm Tract 4

(R.J. Scott’s line);

thence South 84 deg.

53 min. East 264 feet to

an iron stake; thence

South 16 deg. 19 min.

West 297 feet to an

iron stake; thence

North 77 deg. 46 min.

West 26 feet to the corner

of "Barn Lot";

thence along the line of

the "Barn Lot" North 85

deg. 15 min. West 165

feet to the point of BE-

GINNING, and containing

approximately 1.54

acres more or less.

This tract is informally

known as Tax Parcel

No. 6947-19-50-0708,

pursuant to the current

Stokes County Tax

Maps. (This tract was

formerly known as Tax

Parcel Nos. 6947-19-

50-0862 and 6947-18-

40-9830. They were

combined in 2008.)

The sale will be made

as is and subject to all

outstanding city and

county taxes and all

local improvement assessments

against the

above-described property

not included in the

judgment in the aboveentitled

cause. Immediately

upon the

conclusion of the sale,

100 Legals

a cash deposit of

twenty percent (20%)

of the highest bid shall

be required, unless the

highest bid is by the

Plaintiff, and then a deposit

shall not be required.

This the 27th day of August,

2010.

MEADOWS & ADER-

HOLD, P.A.

By: Mark T. Aderhold

Mark T. Aderhold, Esq.

Commissioner

NC State Bar No.:

22973

2596 Reynolda Rd.,

Ste. C

Winston-Salem,

NC

27106

(336) 723-3530

09/09, 09/16-10

NOTICE OF FORE-

CLOSURE SALE

10 SP 113

Under and by virtue of

the power of sale contained

in a certain

Deed of Trust made by

Frankie Dew and Annette

Pyrite Shelton

Dew

(PRESENT

RECORD OWNER(S):

Annette Pyrtle Shelton)

to Greg Fisher,

Trustee(s), dated the

22nd day of January,

2008, and recorded in

Book 0578, Page 2427,

in Stokes County Registry,

North Carolina,

default having been

made in the payment of

the note thereby secured

by the said Deed

of Trust and the undersigned,

Substitute

Trustee Services, Inc.

having been substituted

as Trustee in said

Deed of Trust by an instrument

duly recorded

in the Office of the Register

of Deeds of

Stokes County, North

Carolina and the holder

of the note evidencing

said indebtedness having

directed that the

Deed of Trust be foreclosed,

the undersigned

Substitute

Trustee will offer for

sale at the courthouse

door in the City of Danbury,

Stokes County,

North Carolina, or the

customary

location

designated for foreclosure

sales, at 11:45 AM

on September 20, 2010

and will sell to the highest

bidder for cash the

following real estate situated

in the County of

Stokes, North Carolina,

and being more particularly

described as follows:

All that certain lot or

parcel of land situated

in the Township of

Snow Creek, Stokes

County, North Carolina

and more particularly

described as follows:

BEING Lots 28 and 29

in Delta Acres Subdivision

according to plat

of the same prepared

by Beasley Consultant

Engineers the said plat

being recorded in the

Office of the Register of

Deeds of Stokes

County, North Carolina

in Plat Book 4, Page 53

to which reference is

hereunto make for

more certainty of description.

Together with

improvements located

thereon; said property

being located at 1185

Delta Acres,

Sandy

Ridge, North Carolina.

Trustee may, in the

Trustee's sole discretion,

delay the sale for

up to one hour as provided

in NCGS

§45-21.23.

Should the property be

purchased by a third

party, that person must

pay the tax of Forty-

Five Cents ($0.45) per

One Hundred Dollars

($100.00) required by

NCGS

§7A-

308(a)(1).

The property to be offered

pursuant to this

notice of sale is being

offered for sale, transfer

and conveyance

"AS IS, WHERE IS."

Neither the Trustee nor

the holder of the note

secured by the deed of

trust/security

agreement,

or both, being

foreclosed, nor the officers,

directors, attorneys,

employees,

agents or authorized

representative of either

the Trustee or the

holder of the note make

any representation or

warranty relating to the

title or any physical, environmental,

health or

safety conditions existing

in, on, at or relating

to the property being

offered for sale, and

any and all responsibilities

or liabilities arising

out of or in any way relating

to any such condition

expressly are

disclaimed. Also, this

property is being sold

subject to all taxes,

special assessments,

and prior liens or encumbrances

of record

and any recorded releases.

Said property

is also being sold subject

to applicable Federal

and State laws.A

cash deposit or

cashier’s check (no

personal checks) of five

percent (5%) of the

purchase price, or

seven hundred fifty dollars

($750.00),

whichever is greater,

will be required at the

time of the sale.

An order for possession

of the property

may be issued pursuant

to G.S. 45-21.29

in favor of the purchaser

and against the

party or parties in possession

by the clerk of

100 Legals

superior court of the

county in which the

property is sold.

Any person who occupies

the property pursuant

to a rental

agreement entered into

or renewed on or after

October 1, 2007, may

after receiving the notice

of sale, terminate

the rental agreement

upon 10 days’ written

notice to the landlord.

Upon termination of a

rental agreement, the

tenant is liable for rent

due under the rental

agreement prorated to

the effective date of the

termination.

THIS IS A COMMUNI-

CATION FROM A

DEBT

COLLECTOR.

THE PURPOSE OF

THIS

COMMUNICA-

TION IS TO COLLECT

A DEBT AND ANY IN-

FORMATION

OB-

TAINED WILL BE

USED FOR THAT

PURPOSE, except as

stated below in the instance

of bankruptcy

protection.IF YOU ARE

UNDER THE

PRO-

TECTION OF THE

BANKRUPTCY

COURT OR HAVE

BEEN DISCHARGED

AS A RESULT OF A

BANKRUPTCY PRO-

CEEDING, THIS NO-

TICE IS GIVEN TO

YOU PURSUANT TO

STATUTORY

RE-

QUIREMENT

AND

FOR

INFORMA-

TIONAL

PURPOSES

AND IS NOT IN-

TENDED AS AN AT-

TEMPT TO COLLECT

A DEBT OR AS AN

ACT

TO COLLECT,

ASSESS, OR RE-

COVER ALL OR ANY

PORTION OF THE

DEBT FROM YOU

PERSONALLY.

This 30th day of August,

2010.

SUBSTITUTE

TRUSTEE SERVICES,

INC.

SUBSTITUTE

TRUSTEE

Attorney at Law

The Law Firm of

Hutchens, Senter &

Britton, P.A.

Attorneys for Substitute

Trustee Services, Inc.

P.O. Box 1028

4317 Ramsey Street

Fayetteville, North Carolina

28311

http://sales.hsbfirm.co

m

Case No: 1029431

09/09, 09/16-10

100 Legals

CREDITIOR’S

NO-

TICE

Having qualified as Co-

Executor of the estate

of Robert Keith Fowler,

Sr., deceased, late of

Stokes County, North

Carolina, this is to notify

all persons having

claims against the estate

of said deceased

to present them to the

undersigned on or before

December 2,

2010, or this notice will

be pleaded in bar of

their recovery.

All persons indebted to

said estate please

make immediate payments.

This the 26th day of August,

2010.

Mary Fowler Daniels,

Co-Executor

1175 Cleo Lakes

P.O. Box 1803

King, NC 27021

For the estate of

Robert Keith Fowler,

Sr.

William Kary Fowler,

Co-Executor1704

Cromer Road

P.O. Box 2022

King, NC 27021

08/26, 09/02, 09/09,

09/16-10

100 Legals

CREDITIOR’S

NO-

TICE

Having qualified as Co-

Executrix of the estate

of Robie Gray Tuttle

deceased, late of

Stokes County, North

Carolina, this is to notify

all persons having

claims against the estate

of said deceased

to present them to the

undersigned on or before

December 9,

2010, or this notice will

be pleaded in bar of

their recovery.

All persons indebted to

said estate please

make immediate payments.

This the 2nd day of

September, 2010.

Tammy T. Mabe, Co-

Executrix

1070 Nancy Road

Germanton, NC 27019

For the estate of Robie

Gray Tuttle

Nancy S. Tuttle, Co-Executrix

2046 Hawkins Road

Germanton, NC 27019

09/02, 09/09, 09/16,

09/23-10

NOTICE TO CREDI-

TORS AND DEBTORS

OF HESTER PAULINE

BRIM FLYNT

All persons, firms and

corporations

having

claims against Hester

Pauline Brim Flynt, deceased,

are notified to

exhibit them to

Clarence H. Flynt, Jr. at

3724 Dodgetown R.d.,

Walnut Cove, NC

27052, as Executor of

the descendant’s estate,

on or before December

2, 2010, or be

barred from their recovery.

Debtors of the

decedent are asked to

make immediate payment

to the abovenamed

Executor.

This 26th day of August,

2010.

Clarence H. Flynt, Jr.,

Executor

3724 Dodgetown Road

Walnut Cove, NC

27052

Michael J. Cassidy

Attorney at Law

45220 NC Hwy. 704

P.O. Box 1001

Madison, NC 270025

Tel: (336) 427-2559

09/02, 09/09, 09/16,

09/23-10

NOTICE OF FORE-

CLOSURE SALE

Under and by virtue of

the power and authority

contained in a judgment

bearing the caption

"Branch Banking

and Trust Company,

Plaintiff vs. Brandon

Casey Beck; Spouse of

Brandon Casey Beck;

Bart Brandon Burroughs;

First Union National

Bank, Lien

Holder; Jeffrey D. Null,

Substitute Trustee; and

North Carolina Department

of Transportation,

Division of Motor Vehicles

Defendants" 10

CVS 281, Stokes

County and pursuant to

the terms of the judgment,

the undersigned

Commissioner will offer

for sale that certain

property as described

below. Said sale will be

held in the City of Danbury,

Stokes County,

North Carolina at 11:45

a.m. on Monday, September

20, 2010 at the

courthouse door and

will sell to the highest

bidder for cash the following

real estate situated

in the County of

Stokes, North Carolina,

and being more particularly

described as follows:

BEGINNING at a pk

nail in the centerline of

Hinsdale Road (SR

1932) marking the

northwest corner of the

within described lot and

lying South 83 deg. 24

min 09 sec East 138 79

feet of a nail in the root

of an oak tree, thence

from the point of beginning

South 85 deg 39

min 35 sec East 180.00

feet along a line with

Donald K. Anderson

(Deed Book 302, Page

368) (and crossing a

new iron pin at 30 03

feet) to a point in a

shed which lies North

03 deg 24 min 45 sec

East 1.00 feet of a new

iron pin, thence South

03 deg 24 min 45 sec

West 230 00 feet along

a new line with Edward

M. Freas (Deed Book

118, Page 558) (and

crossing a new iron pin

at 1.00 feet) to a new

iron pin, thence North

85 deg 38 min 42 sec

West 180 00 feet along

a new line with Edward

M. Freas (and crossing

a new iron pin at 150

00 feet) to a pk nail in

the centerline of Hinsdale

Road, thence the

following four courses

and distances along

the centerline of Hinsdale

Road North 04

deg 27 min 02 sec East

65.58 feet to a point,

North 03 deg 46 min 10

sec East 71.04 feet to a

point, North 02 deg 53

min 59 sec East 54 92

feet to a point, North 01

deg 42 min 53 sec East

38.46 feet to a pk nail in

the centerline of Hinsdale

Road, the point of

BEGINNING, and containing

0.945 acres, according

to an

unrecorded survey plat

of Marvin S. Cavanaugh

and Associated,

Inc., dated

February 22 to March

01, 1994. Together

with improvements located

thereon; said

property being located

at 1302 Hinsdale Road,

Walnut Cove, North

Carolina.

Subject to the right of

way of Hinsdale Road,

SR 1932.

Parcel ID Number:

6951 0899 4242

Property

Address:

1302 Hinsdale Road-

Walnut Cove, NC

27052

The property is being

sold "as is", without

warranties, subject to

all taxes, special assessments

and prior

liens or encumbrances

of record and any

recorded

releases.

Any

assessments,

costs or fees resulting

from the sale will be

due and payable from

the purchaser at the

sale.

A cash deposit or certified

check (no personal

check) in the amount of

ten percent (10%) of

the high bid will be required

at the time of the

sale.The sale will be

held open for ten days

for upset bids as required

by law.

100 Legals

THIS IS A COMMUNI-

CATION FROM A

DEBT

COLLECTOR.

THE PURPOSE OF

THIS

COMMUNICA-

TION IS TO COLLECT

A DEBT AND ANY IN-

FORMATION

OB-

TAINED WILL BE

USED FOR THAT

PURPOSE, EXCEPT

AS STATED BELOW

IN THE INSTANCE OF

BANKRUPTCY PRO-

TECTION.

IF YOU ARE UNDER

THE

PROTECTION

OF THE BANK-

RUPTCY COURT OR

HAVE BEEN DIS-

CHARGED AS A RE-

SULT OF A

BANKRUPTCY PRO-

CEEDING, THIS NO-

TICE IS GIVEN TO

YOU PURSUANT TO

STATUTORY

RE-

QUIREMENT

AND

FOR

INFORMA-

TIONAL

PURPOSES

AND IS NOT IN-

TENDED AS AN AT-

TEMPT TO COLLECT

A DEBT OR AS AN

ACT

TO COLLECT,

ASSESS, OR RE-

COVER ALL OR ANY

PORTION OF THE

DEBT FROM YOU

PERSONALLY.

This the 19th day of August,

2010.

BY:

Susan R. Benoit, Commissioner

Post Office Box 2505

Fayetteville, NC 28302

(910) 864-6888

09/09, 09/16-10

100 Legals

NOTICE TO CREDI-

TORS AND DEBTORS

OF LONNIE MCKIN-

LEY LAWSON

All persons, firms and

corporations

having

claims against Lonnie

McKinley Lawson, deceased,

are notified to

exhibit them on or before

December 9,

2010, to Michelle Lawson

Sells, 9520 Oakbrook

Ridge, Rural

Hall, NC 27045 or be

barred from their recovery.

Debtors of the

decedent are asked to

make immediate payment

to the above

named Executrix.

This the 2nd day of

September, 2010.

Michelle Lawson Sells

9520 Oakbrook Ridge

Rural Hall, NC 27045

Executrix for the Estate

of Lonnie McKinley

Lawson

J. Tyrone Browder

Attorney at Law

P.O.Box 550

King, NC 27021

09/02, 09/09, 09/16,

09/23-10

NOTICE TO CREDI-

TORS AND DEBTORS

OF LORETTA ANN

CAMPBELL

All persons, firms and

corporations

having

claims against Loretta

Ann Campbell, deceased,

are notified to

exhibit them on or before

December 23,

2010, to Barbara A.

Campbell, c/o J. Tyrone

Browder,

Resident

Process

Agent,

P.O.Box 550, King, NC

27021 or be barred

from their recovery.

Debtors of the decedent

are asked to make

immediate payment to

the above named Administratrix

or Resident

Process Agent.

This the 16th day of

September, 2010.

Barbara A. Campbell,

Administratrixfor

the

Estate of Loretta Ann

Campbell

J. Tyrone Browder

Attorney at Law

Resident

Process

Agent

P.O.Box 550

King, NC 27021

09/16, 09/23, 09/30,

10/07-10

07 SP 118

AMENDED

NOTICE

OF

FORECLOSURE

SALE

North Carolina, Stokes

County

Under and by virtue of

a Power of Sale contained

in that certain

Deed of Trust executed

by Frank E. Gibson,

and wife Doray Gibson

to Earl H. Wright,

Trustee(s), which was

dated June 23, 1999

and recorded on June

28, 1999 in Book 0425

at Page 1371, Stokes

County Registry, North

Carolina. Default having

been made in the

payment of the note

thereby secured by the

said Deed of Trust and

the undersigned, Lisa

S. Campbell, having

been substituted as

Trustee in said Deed of

Trust, and the holder of

the note evidencing

said indebtedness having

directed that the

Deed of Trust be foreclosed,

the undersigned

Substitute

Trustee will offer for

sale at the courthouse

door of the county

courthouse where the

property is located, or

the usual and customary

location at the

county courthouse for

100 Legals

conducting the sale on

September 21, 2010 at

11:30AM, and will sell

to the highest bidder for

cash the following described

property situated

in Stokes County,

North Carolina, to wit:

Being known and designated

as Lot No. 2

(Being Lot No. 26 on

the plat of Walnut

Cove, NC), known as

"Liverpool" bounded as

follows: Beginning at

southeast corner of Lot

No. 27 and runs South

4º West 70 feet

to a stake, corner of Lot

No. 25; thence North

86º West 175

feet to a stake, corner

of Lot No. 40; thence

North 4º East 70

feet to a stake; thence

South 86º East

175 feet to the point

and place of Beginning.Save

and except

any releases, deeds of

release or prior conveyances

of record.

Said property is commonly

known as 607

Broad Street, Walnut

Cove, NC 27052. Third

party purchasers must

pay the excise tax, and

the court costs of Forty-

Five Cents (45¢) per

One Hundred Dollars

($100.00) pursuant to

NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). A

cash deposit (no personal

checks) of five

percent (5%) of the

purchase price, or

Seven Hundred Fifty

Dollars ($750.00),

whichever is greater,

will be required at the

time of the sale. Following

the expiration of

the statutory upset bid

period, all the remaining

amounts are immediately

due and owing.

Said property to be offered

pursuant to this

Notice of Sale is being

offered for sale, transfer

and conveyance

"AS IS WHERE IS."

There are no representations

of warranty relating

to the title or any

physical, environmental,

health or safety

conditions existing in,

on, at, or relating to the

property being offered

for sale. This sale is

made subject to all

prior liens, unpaid

taxes, any unpaid land

transfer taxes, special

assessments,

easements,

rights of way,

deeds of release, and

any other encumbrances

or exceptions

of record. To the best of

the knowledge and belief

of the undersigned,

the current owner(s) of

the property is/are

Doray H. Gibson. An

Order for possession of

the property may be issued

pursuant to G.S.

45-21.29 in favor of the

purchaser and against

the party or parties in

possession by the clerk

of superior court of the

county in which the

property is sold. Any

person who occupies

the property pursuant

to a rental agreement

entered into or renewed

on or after October

1, 2007, may, after

receiving the notice of

sale, terminate the

rental agreement upon

10 days' written notice

to the landlord. The notice

shall also state that

upon termination of a

rental agreement, the

tenant is liable for rent

due under the rental

agreement prorated to

the effective date of the

termination. If the

trustee is unable to

convey title to this property

for any reason, the

sole remedy of the purchaser

is the return of

the deposit. Reasons

of such inability to convey

include, but are not

limited to, the filing of a

bankruptcy

petition

prior to the confirmation

of the sale and reinstatement

of the loan

without the knowledge

of the trustee. If the validity

of the sale is challenged

by any party,

the trustee, in their sole

discretion, if they believe

the challenge to

have merit, may request

the court to declare

the sale to be void

and return the deposit.

The purchaser will

have no further remedy.

Lisa S. Campbell, Substitute

Trustee

PO Box 4006

Wilmington, NC 28406

PHONE: (910) 392-

4971

FAX: (910) 392-8051

File No. 07-04904-

FC01, 741973

9/9, 09/16-2010

100 Legals

Bullins

09/09, 09/16, 09/23,

09/30-10

CREDITOR’S NOTICE

Having qualified as Administratrix

of the estate

of Melvin Bullins,

deceased, late of

Stokes County, North

Carolina, this is to notify

all persons having

claims against the estate

of said deceased

to present them to the

undersigned on or before

December 16,

2010, or this notice will

be pleaded in bar of

their recovery.

All persons indebted to

said estate please

make immediate payments.

This the 9th day of

September, 2010.

Lisa B. Sams, Administratrix

1035 Dun Ave.

Walnut Cove, NC

27052

For the estate of Melvin

CREDITOR’S NOTICE

Having qualified as Co-

Executors of the Estate

of Pescud Allegra

Vaughn Duggins (Pescud

V. Duggins), deceased,

late of Stokes

County, North Carolina,

this is to notify all persons,

firms and corporations

having claims

against the estate of

said deceased to exhibit

them to the undersigned

on or before the

3rd day of December,

2010, or this notice will

be pleaded in bar of

their recovery. All persons

indebted to said

estate will please make

immediate payment.

This the 26th day of August,

2010.

ESTATE OF PESCUD

ALLEGRA

VAUGHN

DUGGINS

Brenda D. Dickheiser,

Co-Executor

Marie D. Lawrence Co-

Executor

David P. Duggins, Co-

Executor

Jerry Rutledge, Attorney

at Law

P. O. Box 617

Walnut Cove, NC

27052

09/02, 09/09, 09/16,

09/23-10

NOTICE OF FORE-

CLOSURE SALE

10 SP 194

Under and by virtue of

the power of sale contained

in a certain

Deed of Trust made by

Gordon F. Ashburn and

Barbara H. Ashburn to

John L. Matthews,

Trustee(s), dated the

26th day of July, 2001,

and recorded in Book

0453, Page 1233, in

Stokes County Registry,

North Carolina,

default having been

made in the payment of

the note thereby secured

by the said Deed

of Trust and the undersigned,

Substitute

Trustee Services, Inc.

having been substituted

as Trustee in said

Deed of Trust by an instrument

duly recorded

in the Office of the Register

of Deeds of

Stokes County, North

Carolina and the holder

of the note evidencing

said indebtedness having

directed that the

Deed of Trust be foreclosed,

the undersigned

Substitute

Trustee will offer for

sale at the courthouse

door in the City of Danbury,

Stokes County,

North Carolina, or the

customary

location

designated for foreclosure

sales, at 11:45 AM

on September 20, 2010

and will sell to the highest

bidder for cash the

following real estate situated

in the County of

Stokes, North Carolina,

and being more particularly

described as follows:

Beginning at an iron

stake, said iron stake

being in the center of

Payne Road (road no.

1962), Will Tuttle and

Nell Garrison's corner;

thence North 6 degrees

24 minutes West 337.0

feet to a nail in an oak

stump in Viola Wall's

line; thence South 81

degrees 33 minutes

East 243.3 feet to a

stone in Nell Garrison's

line; thence South 16

degrees 25 minutes

East 302.6 feet to an

old iron in the center of

said road; thence along

the center of said road

South 74 degrees 20

minutes West 299.7

feet to an old iron, the

point of beginning.

Containing 1.95 acres,

more or less. Together

with improvements located

thereon; said

property being located

at 1335 Payne Road,

Rural Hall, North Carolina.

This being out of a tract

of land as described in

Deed Book 111, Page

18.

Trustee may, in the

Trustee's sole discretion,

delay the sale for

up to one hour as provided

in NCGS

§45-21.23.

Should the property be

purchased by a third

party, that person must

pay the tax of Forty-

Five Cents ($0.45) per

One Hundred Dollars

($100.00) required by

NCGS

§7A-

308(a)(1).

The property to be offered

pursuant to this

notice of sale is being

offered for sale, transfer

and conveyance

"AS IS, WHERE IS."

Neither the Trustee nor

the holder of the note

secured by the deed of

trust/security

agreement,

or both, being

foreclosed, nor the officers,

directors, attorneys,

employees,

agents or authorized

representative of either

the Trustee or the

holder of the note make

any representation or

warranty relating to the

title or any physical, environmental,

health or

safety conditions existing

in, on, at or relating

to the property being

offered for sale, and

any and all responsibilities

or liabilities arising

out of or in any way relating

to any such condition

expressly are

disclaimed. Also, this

property is being sold

subject to all taxes,

special assessments,

and prior liens or encumbrances

of record

and any recorded releases.

Said property

is also being sold subject

to applicable Federal

and State laws.

A cash deposit or

cashier’s check (no

personal checks) of five

percent (5%) of the

purchase price, or

seven hundred fifty dollars

($750.00),

whichever is greater,

will be required at the

time of the sale.

An order for possession

of the property

may be issued pursuant

to G.S. 45-21.29

in favor of the purchaser

and against the

party or parties in possession

by the clerk of

superior court of the

county in which the

property is sold.

Any person who occupies

the property pursuant

to a rental

agreement entered into

or renewed on or after

October 1, 2007, may

after receiving the notice

of sale, terminate

the rental agreement

upon 10 days’ written

notice to the landlord.

Upon termination of a

rental agreement, the

tenant is liable for rent

due under the rental

agreement prorated to

the effective date of the

termination.

THIS IS A COMMUNI-

CATION FROM A

DEBT

COLLECTOR.

THE PURPOSE OF

THIS

COMMUNICA-

TION IS TO COLLECT

A DEBT AND ANY IN-

FORMATION

OB-

TAINED WILL BE

USED FOR THAT

PURPOSE, except as

stated below in the instance

of bankruptcy

protection.

IF YOU ARE UNDER

THE

PROTECTION

OF THE BANK-

RUPTCY COURT OR

HAVE BEEN DIS-

CHARGED AS A RE-

SULT OF A

BANKRUPTCY PRO-

CEEDING, THIS NO-

TICE IS GIVEN TO

YOU PURSUANT TO

STATUTORY

RE-

QUIREMENT

AND

FOR

INFORMA-

TIONAL

PURPOSES

AND IS NOT IN-

TENDED AS AN AT-

TEMPT TO COLLECT

A DEBT OR AS AN

ACT

TO COLLECT,

ASSESS, OR RE-

COVER ALL OR ANY

PORTION OF THE

DEBT FROM YOU

PERSONALLY.

This 30th day of August,

2010.

SUBSTITUTE

TRUSTEE SERVICES,

INC.

SUBSTITUTE

TRUSTEE

Attorney at Law

The Law Firm of

Hutchens, Senter &

Britton, P.A.

Attorneys for Substitute

Trustee Services, Inc.

P.O. Box 1028

4317 Ramsey Street

Fayetteville, North Carolina

28311

http://sales.hsbfirm.co

m

Case No: 1038802

09/09, 09/16-10

NORTH CAROLINA

STOKES COUNTY

IN THE GENERAL

COURT OF JUSTICE

SUPERIOR

COURT

DIVISION

10-SP-160

IN THE MATTER OF

THE FORECLOSURE

OF THE DEED OF

TRUST OF JENNIFER

A. GREEN,

Grantor,

To

JOHN A. MEADOWS,

ESQUIRE

Substitute Trustee,

AS RECORDED IN

BOOK 577 AT PAGE

665 OF THE STOKES

PUBLIC REGISTRY.

NOTICE OF SUBSTI-

TUTE

TRUSTEE'S

SALE OF REAL ES-

TATE

Under and by virtue of

the power and authority

contained in that certain

Deed of Trust executed

and delivered by

Jennifer A. Green,

dated October 17,

2007, and recorded in

the Office of the Register

of Deeds for Stokes

County, North Carolina,

in Book 577 at Page

665, and because of

default in the payment

of the indebtedness

thereby secured and

failure to carry out or

perform the stipulations

and

agreements

therein contained and

pursuant to the demand

of the owner and

holder of the indebtedness

secured by said

Deed of Trust, and pursuant

to the Order of

the Clerk of Superior

Court for Stokes

County, North Carolina,

entered in this foreclosure

proceeding, the

undersigned, JOHN A.

MEADOWS, Substitute

Trustee, will expose for

sale at public auction

on the 20th day of September,

2010 at 3:30

PM at the door of the

Stokes County Courthouse,

Danbury, North

Carolina, the real property

described as follows

(including

permanent structures,

if any, and any other

improvements attached

to the real property including

any mobile

home or manufactured

home, whether single

wide or double wide, located

thereon):

BEING known and designated

as TRACT NO.

8 containing 30.54

acres as shown on the

plat of "DEER TRACKS

DEVELOPMENT", developed

by Thomas W.

Webster and wife, Lori

K. Webster, said being

recorded in Plat Book

7, Page 271, in the Office

of the Register of

Deeds of Stokes

County, North Carolina,

reference to which is

hereby made for a

more particular description.

Subject to Restrictive

Covenants recorded at

Book 467, Page 784,

and revised in Book

486, Page 671, in the

Office of the Register of

Deeds of Stokes

County, North Carolina.

The sale will be made

subject to all prior liens,

unpaid taxes, restrictions

and easements of

record and assessments,

if any.

The record owner of

the above described

real property as reflected

on the records

of the Stokes County

Register of Deeds not

more than ten (10)

days prior to the posting

of this Notice is

JENNIFER A. GREEN.

Pursuant to North Carolina

General Statutes

Section 45-21.10, and

the terms of the Deed

of Trust, any successful

bidder may be required

to deposit with the Substitute

Trustee immediately

upon conclusion

of the sale a cash deposit

not to exceed the

greater of five percent

(5.0%) of the amount of

the bid or seven hundred

fifty dollars

($750.00). Any successful

bidder shall be

required to tender the

full balance purchase

price so bid in cash or

certified check at the

time the Substitute

Trustee tenders to him

a deed for the property

or attempts to tender

such deed, and should

said successful bidder

fail to pay the full balance

purchase price so

bid at that time, he shall

remain liable on his bid

as provided for in North

Carolina

General

Statutes Sections 45-

21.30(d) and (e).

Should the property be

purchased by a third

party, that party must

pay the tax of Forty-five

Cents ($0.45) per One

Hundred

Dollars

($100.00) pursuant to

N.C.G.S. § 7A-

308(a)(1). Please be

advised that the Clerk

of Superior Court may

issue an order for possession

of the property

pursuant to N.C.G.S.

§ 45-21.29 in

favor of the purchaser

and against the party or

parties in possession.

Any person who occupies

the property pursuant

to a rental

agreement entered into

or renewed on or after

October 1, 2007, may,

after receiving this notice

of sale, terminate

the rental agreement

upon 10 days’ written

notice to the landlord.

Upon termination of

such rental agreement,

the tenant is liable for

rent due under the

rental agreement prorated

to the effective

date of the termination.

The property to be offered

pursuant to this

Notice of Sale is being

offered for sale, transfer

and conveyance

"AS IS, WHERE IS".

Neither the Substitute

Trustee nor the holder

of the promissory note

secured by the deed of

trust being foreclosed,

nor the officers, directors,

attorneys, employees,

agents or

authorized representatives

of either the Substitute

Trustee or the

holder of the promissory

note make any

representation of warranty

relating to the title

or any physical, environmental,

health or

safety conditions existing

in, on, at or relating

to the property being

offered for sale, and

any and all responsibilities

or liabilities arising

out of or in any way relating

to any such condition

expressly are

disclaimed.

This sale will be held

open ten (10) days for

upset bids as required

by law.

This the 19th day of

July, 2010.

John A. Meadows

JOHN A. MEADOWS,

Substitute Trustee

2596 Reynolda Road,

Suite C

Winston-Salem, North

Carolina 27106

(336) 723-3530

9/9, 9/16-10

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100 Legals 100 Legals 100 Legals

3695

10-SP-199

NOTICE OF SUBSTI-

TUTE TRUSTEE'S

FORECLOSURE

SALE OF REAL

PROPERTY

UNDER AND BY

VIRTUE of the power

and authority contained

in that certain Deed of

Trust executed and delivered

by Timothy W.

Young, dated October

19, 2007 and recorded

on October 24, 2007, in

Book No. 00574, at

Page 2109 in the Office

of the Register of

Deeds of Stokes

County, North Carolina;

and because of default

in the payment of the

indeb-tedness secured

thereby and failure to

carry out and perform

the stipulations and

agreements contained

therein and, pursuant

to demand of the

holder of the indebtedness

secured by said

Deed of Trust, the

under-signed Substitute

Trustee will place

for sale, at public auction,

to the highest bidder

for cash at the

usual place of sale at

Stokes County Courthouse,

Danbury, North

Carolina on September

30, 2010 at 10:00 AM

that parcel of land, including

improvements

thereon, situated, lying

and being in the City of

King, County of Stokes,

State of North Carolina,

and being more particularly

described as follows:

BEING known and designated

as Lot 49 as

shown on Plat of

Chelsea Ridge, Phase

I as recorded in PB 8,

PG 15 in the Office of

the Register of Deeds

for Stokes County,

North Carolina, to

which reference is

hereby made for a

more particular description.

The above described

property is subject to

Restrictive Covenants

as found in DB 530, PG

66, Stokes coutny Register

of Deeds office.

Address of property:

104 Brighton Court,

King, NC 27021

Present Record Owners:

Timothy W. Young

The terms of the sale

are that the real property

hereinbefore described

will be sold for

cash to the highest bidder.

A deposit of five

percent (5%) of the

amount of the bid or

Seven Hundred Fifty

Dollars ($750.00),

whichever is greater, is

required and must be

tendered in the form of

certified funds at the

time of the sale. In the

event that the Owner

and Holder or its intended

assignee is exempt

from paying the

same, the successful

bidder shall be required

to pay revenue stamps

on the Trustee's Deed,

and any Land Transfer

Tax.

The real property hereinabove

described is

being offered for sale

"AS IS, WHERE IS"

and will be sold subject

to all superior liens, unpaid

taxes, and special

assessments. Other

conditions will be announced

at the sale.

The sale will be held

open for ten (10) days

for upset bids as by law

required.

If the Trustee is unable

to convey title to this

property for any reason,

the sole remedy of

the purchaser is the return

of the deposit.

Reasons of such inability

to convey include,

but are not limited to,

the filing of a bankruptcy

petition prior to

the sale and reinstatement

of the loan without

the knowledge of

the Trustee. If the validity

of the sale is challenged

by any party,

the Trustee, in its sole

discretion, if it believes

the challenge to have

merit, may declare the

sale to be void and return

the deposit. The

Pets

FOUND German

sheppard w/ collor

Surry Dobson Rescue

squad are 336-

710-7889

FOUND Calico kitten

on S. Main St. 336-

244-0407

Free to good home

Begal mix 3 mo old

blk & brown 755-

3460

Free kittens to good

home litter box

trained & dewormed

710-3918

Free to good home

lab mix puppies 480-

1310 after 3pm

Free to good home

Full blooded Saint

Bernard, spayed, all

shots. moving and

can’t take with 336-

755-8403 after 5pm

FOUND blk lab mix

w/ pink collar on

White Dir Rd. Dobson

336-401-1391

Mini Collie mix 6 wks

old wormed ready to

purchaser will have no

further remedy.

Additional Notice

Where the Real Property

is Residential With

Less Than 15 Rental

Units:

An order for possession

of the property

may be issued pursuant

to G.S. 45-21.29

in favor of the purchaser

and against the

party or parties in possession

by the clerk of

superior court of the

county in which the

property is sold. Any

person who occupies

the property pursuant

to a rental agreement

entered into or renewed

on or after October

1, 2007, may, after

receiving the notice of

sale, terminate the

rental agreement upon

10 days’ written notice

to the landlord. Upon

termination of a rental

agreement, the tenant

is liable for rent due

under the rental agreement

prorated to the effective

date of the

termination. Any person

who occupies the

property pursuant to a

bona fide lease or tenancy

may have additional

rights pursuant to

Title VII of 5.896 - Protecting

Tenants at Foreclosure

Act which

became effective on

May 20, 2009.Dated:

September 9, 2010

Assistant/Deputy Clerk

of Superior Court

David A. Simpson,

P.C., Substitute Trustee

Attorney at Law

Rogers Townsend &

Thomas, PC

Attorneys for David A.

Simpson, P.C., Substitute

Trustee

2550 West Tyvola

Road

Suite 520

Charlotte, NC 28217

(704) 697-5809

David A. Simpson, P.C.

Substitute Trustee

09/16, 09/23-10

STATE OF NORTH

CAROLINA COUNTY

OF STOKES

IN THE GENERAL

COURT OF JUSTICE

SUPERIOR COURT

DIVISION

BEFORE THE CLERK

10 CVD 79

Michael R. Bennett,

Commissioner for Vicki

H. Brown.

NOTICE OF JUDICIAL

SALE

Pursuant to Order duly

entered by the Honorable

Angela B. Puckett,

District Court Judge, on

the 18th day of August,

2010, nunc pro tunc

August 9, 2010, under

the District Court Division

matter 10 CVD 79,

the undersigned Commis-sioner

will, on September

25, 2010, at

1:00 o'clock P.M. on the

premises located at

1095 Brown Plantation

Road, Walnut Cove,

North Carolina, offer for

sale to the highest bidder

for cash the following

described real

estate with personal

property known as a

1998 Fleetwood Coronado

14X56mobile

home with improvements

lying and being

in Sauratown Township,

Stokes County,

North Carolina, subject

to property taxes, easements

and restric-tions

of record, and any outstanding

liens, and

more particularly described

as follows:

BEGINNING at a point

in the centerline of an

18-foot easement

recorded in Deed Book

367, page 335, which

marks the southeast

corner of the Larry W.

Brown tract (See Deed

Book 343, Page 539),

thence from the point of

Beginning North 06 degrees

35 minutes 12

seconds East 150.01

feet with Larry W.

Brown (and crossing

an existing iron at

30.12 feet) to an existing

iron; thence North

Pets

MT AIRY VETERINARY HOSPITAL

Dr. Truban • Dr. Mills

Complete Professional Care For Your Pets

Dogs • Cats • Exotics

Medical • Dental • Surgical • Boarding

A Full Service Hospital Since 1985

786-6179 • 1106 S. South, Mt. Airy

go 336-648-5141

Mon, Tues,

Thur & Fri

8-5pm • Wed

Sat 8-12 pm

We are beautiful

Akita/lab mix pippies

our foster mom loves

us but we must find

permanent homes

come visit us 336-

386-1050

FOUND Small male

schnauzer mix blk &

silver flea collar no

ID 336-789-9599

Blk English Lab

needs good home,

house trained all

shos well behaved

755-3987

Free to good home

sm blk dog, good w/

children 429-9657

FOUND a

corgi/welch female

dog in Fairfield area

call 786-1273

Free blk lab mix to

good home owner

moving cannot take

336-325-6687

88 degrees 35 minutes

38 seconds West

319.82 feet with Larry

W. Brown to an existing

iron; thence North 06

degrees 24 minutes 55

seconds East 269.17

feet along a line with

Johnny J. Brown (Deed

Book 263, Page 897) to

a bolt; thence North 73

degrees 58 minutes 15

seconds East 322.34

feet with Johnny Brown

(Deed Book 196, Page

842) to an existing iron;

thence South 56 degrees

23 minutes 24

seconds East 580.89

feet along a line with

Woodrow W. Brown

and wife, Mozelle H.

Brown (Plat Book 6,

page 313, Tract One)

to an existing iron

marking the northeast

corner of Terry W.

Brown (Deed Book

331, Page 507); thence

North 82 degrees 09

minutes 09 seconds

West 321.82 feet with

Terry W. Brown to an

existing iron; thence

South 01 degree 41

minutes 56 seconds

East 236.18 feet (and

crossing an existing

iron at 206.22 feet) to a

point in the centerline

of an 18-foot easement

recorded in Deed Book

367, page 335, Stokes

County Registry;

thence North 89 degrees

54 minutes 39

seconds West 209.34

feet along the centerline

of the 18-foot easement

to a point, the

point of BEGINNING,

and containing 4.813

acres, according to an

unrecorded survey plat

of Burrow Land Surveying

entitled Ronald

W. Brown and dated

May 10, 2003.

Also conveyed herewith

are the easements

described in Deed

Book 367, Page 331;

Deed Book 367, page

335; and Deed Book

369, page 1850; and

the 30-foot easement

as shown on the plat

recorded at Plat Book

7, Page 128.

This description is

taken from Stokes

County Registry Deed

Book 0492, Page

0860-0862, and

recorded 06/27/2003.

The highest bidder at

the sale of the real estate

shall be required to

make a cash deposit of

10% of the successful

bid pending confirmation

or rejection thereof.

This sale is conducted

pursuant to the N. C.

Judicial Sales Act and

is subject to a ten-day

upset period and confirmation

by the Court.

This the 16th day of

September, 2010.

Michael R. Bennett,

Commissi-oner

BENNETT & WEST

P. O. Box 775

King, NC 27021

(336) 983-3177

09/16, 09/23-10

100 Legals

200 Announcements

Lost & Found

$50 Reward lost cat

Tan & White cat lost on

Pack Rd in Walnut

Cove, 6 mos old call

Lori 336-202-2725 lve

msg

LOST sm blk & white

terrior mix on Mitchell

St. "Madison" 336-429-

4105

300 Services

Automotive

We buy Junk Cars

for $150-$200 complete

336-352-3512

or 336-401-0401

Home

Improvements

A-1 Home Improvement

Remodeling, Additions

& Roofing

336-351-3092

Help Wanted -

General

Home

Improvements

Attention Home Owners

Gentry’s Painting

and Carpentry, Int and

Ext Remodeling, for

Free Est & Lowest

Rates 786-6114 or

351-5921.

Mountain Stone Masonry

Brick, Rock and

Repair

786-7086. 325-0244

Lawn Service

Call 356-8268 for lawn

mowing, dependable

service with reasonable

rates & free estimates.

Professional

Services

Mendenhall

pest control

Special!- $60.00 to

start quarterly service,

saves $25.00 on initial

service. Treats

roaches, ants, spiders,

crickets, mice, etc.

Give us a call at (336)

595-3652 to set up an

appointment today!

400 Financial

500 Education

600 Animals

Livestock

REGISTERED Angus

Bulls, Cows, Heifers.

Bred & Open Heifers

Call Dean Richardson

372-5556 or 657-0988

Reg. Gelbvieh Bull

DOB 1/13/09 excellent

EPD's $2,495, Reg.

Balancer Heiffers DOB

Jan-Feb, 2010 exc.

EDP's Herd Health program

$875 or OBO

336-374-3825

Pets

8 wk old AKC beagle

puppies 3 females

$100 ea. 336-591-4926

ask for Brian

A.D.B.A Reg. Blue Pitbull

puppies. Razors

edge, large breed,

beautiful puppies.

$350. Call 336-231-

9131

AKC Reg English

Puppies Boston Terrier

Yorkie and Shih

Tzu puppies 336-

593-3065

AKC Siberian Husky

puppies 6 wks old 2

blk & white 1 make 1

female $400 3 white,

1 female 2 males $600

vet checked parents

on site 276-251-7399

Beautiful Party poodles

$300 336-755-8012 or

336-755-9389

Boxer puppies, fawn

color M & F $50.00

each 7 wks old 336-

755-4125

Chihuahua puppies up

to date on shots and

worming $250 336-

352-5530

Full-blooded boxer

pups fawn color shots

wormed parents on site

336-351-2998

Low cost Spay &

Neuter Clinic starting

@ $35.00 336-786-

5256

Low cost Spay &

Neuter Clinic starting

@ $35.00 336-786-

5256

Low cost Spay &

Neuter Clinic starting

@ $35.00 336-786-

5256

Help Wanted -

General

WANTED

The Mount Airy News

has an immediate opening

for a sports writer. If youʼre

passionate about sports

writing and committed to

excellence, this is the job

for you. Photography and

knowledge of Quark and

layout a huge plus, but not

a requirement. Competitive

compensation. Please

send resume, writing/photography

samples, and

three references to

Editor John Peters at

jpeters@mtairynews.com

Weʼre moving quickly on

this, so donʼt delay.

700 Agriculture

Garden & Produce

Hay, Square bales &

blueberries Happy

Hollow Farm 336-320-

2677

Mt Airy Farmer's

Market

Local grown produce

and baked goods

every Tuesday 3:30-

6pm Andy Griffith

Playhouse Music

picker's welcome

Red Sweet Potatoes

$14 bushel or $7.00 1/2

bushel 336-368-9405

Hay / Feed / Seed

/ Grain

Number 1 hay and

straw, $4 per bale. 336-

983-8864.

900 Merchandise

Antiques

Antique Bed, dresser

& 2 harp tables $350

Call 336-401-1102

Miscellaneous

Like new, 5 pc. solid

oak dining table and

chairs, $375. Call 352-

5625 anytime

Moving must sale

Piano, Futton Sofa,

rocker Call for details

336-374-5006

Nice 9ft Pool Table new

felt, new table light inc,

$800 336-466-2630

Tanning bed 24 Lamp

Sunmaster 2004 w/Facial

Like New $1200

#276-251-5594

Wood heater with fire

bricks & blower very

nice approx 2ft $250

336-983-6580 ,407-

2143

Want to Buy

WANT To Buy Junk

Cars. Pay $100 to $150

276-251-3416/ 648-

6569

Yard Sale

Four Family Yard Sale

Friday, Sept. 17 & Saturday,

Sept. 18

8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

159 Trinity Drive, off

Trinity Church Road,

King

Lots of nice glassware,

new clothes, TV's,

houseware and lots of

misc.

FREE YARD SALE!!

Fri., Sept. 17 & Sat.,

Sept. 18

8 a.m.- until

Spainhour Road

across from Calvary

Christian School, King

LOTS OF EVERY-

THING AND SOME-

THING FOR

EVERYONE! Any donations

go to missions

Garage Sale

Saturday, September

18

501 Whispering Creek

Road, Country Place,

King

8 a.m. - 3 p.m.

electric oil lamps and

shades, children

books, downsizing so

lots of stuff

Rain or Shine

Multi-Family Yard

Sale

Fri. Sept. 17 &

Sat. Sept. 18

8 a.m. - until

1425 Old Mill Road,

Pinnacle

glassware, fabric,

clothes, furniture,

video games and

toys

Yard Sale

4227 Brown Mtn RD

Near Westfield & VFD

Sept 17 & 18 Fri & Sat

8am-until Antiques Collectibles

a Juke Box 2

dining rooms suites 100's

Records lots of books

glassware something for

everyone price reduction

Birthday /

Anniversary

Yard Sale

Yard Sale in Country

Place

124 Whispering Creek

Road, King

Sept. 16, 17, and 18

fishing rods, rifles and

shot guns, all kinds of

knives, cast iron pots,

gypsy pots, tools, metal

signs, and lots, lots

more

Yard Sale

Sat., 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

2712 Old Winston Rd.,

Pilot Mtn. Rain or

shine. Glider, credenza,

TVs, household

items, etc.

Yard Sale

Thurs., Sept. 16,

Fri., Sept. 17, &

Sat., Sept. 18

8 a.m. - until

902 Mountainview

Road, King

Antiques, games,

clothes, electronics and

lot mores

1000

Recreational

Vehicles

ATVs

01 Arctic cat 300 4

wheeler, 2WD, good

cond. $1,600 351-4460

2000 Automotive

Autos

05 Ford Mustang GT

conv, Misty blue color

w/ blk int., 19K miles

$18,500 336-429-4259

1991 Volvo Dark blue,

240 DL, new tires, reliable

$2,750 336-325-

7933

What Do You Want?

We Do Layaways!

Over 150 Guns To Choose From

WE BUY GUNS,

GOLD, SILVER COINS

& DVD’S


336-789-8300

5 DVD’s $15.00

2000 Ford Ranger XLT,

3.0 V6 flex fuel, 86K

miles, 1 owner, $4,900

336-499-1673

2000 Honda Civic

163k $3500 336-374-

3213, 336-755-6194

Float/Stage/car hauler.

Roof, & fold up stairway,

mounted on

Leonard's 20' flatbed,

may been seen at

Beary country on Hwy

89 btw I77 /I74 will be

displayed at Cruise in

for Christ Sept 11th

336-352-5540

For sale, 2004 Chevy

Cavalier LS. 8,500 actual

miles. One owner.

336-983-4717 or 336-

416-7611

Will buy junk cars.

351-5223 $150-

$200 if complete

Commercial /

Industrial

2005 new Holland LS

185B skidsteer 1700

hrs Bucket w/teeth and

forks. Macklarian

tracks wt pkg on back.

New hydraulic pump,

$18,500. 336-462-3153

leave message.

3000 Real Estate

Sales

Cemetery Plots

Two burial plots at Pilot

Mountain City Cemetery.

$1,200 each. 336-

368-3027.

Commercial

For lease or sale:

Prime commercial

property with large sign

up to 4030 sq. ft. High

visibility located at intersection

of Hwy 65

and Hwy 311 in Walnut

Cove. Price Negotiable.

Call 336-710-

1910 anytime ask for

Tim.

Pine Plaza. Office

Space, $150 per mo.

Call Dean, 786-6182.

Birthday /

Anniversary

Happy 30th Birthday Luke

September 15th

Birthday /

Anniversary

Love,

Mom, Dad, Whitney, Zade, Titus,

Kevin, Kasey, and Chase

00326405

Condominiums

Condos For

Sale/Lease

On Blue Ridge Parkway,

Fancy Gap, Special

Financing, Starting

at $39,000.

Call 336-416-2573

Houses For Sale

Brick 3BR/1BA, full

base 1 acre remodeled,

deck call for info

351-4836

Frame House in Mt.

Airy 2 or 3BR/2BA, pvt

Drive $65,000 336-

325-5257 or 336-970-

9190

Owner Financing for

Sale by owner

3BR/1BA $85,000 336-

529-8192

REDUCED 1 level

3BR/3BA open concept

Condo 2,100sq, custom

finishes for sale by

owner next to CCCC

336-429-4024

Land (Acreage)

7 acres Pine Ridge

RD 700ft road

frontage $42,000 276-

773-3827

Lots

Lg Mobile Home lot SW

or DW water, sewer,

garb PU furn,

Elkin/Dobson/Boonville

area $160M 336-983-

3738

3500

Real Estate

Rentals

Apartments /

Townhouses

1, 2 & 3 BR apts. downtown

Pilot Mtn. $395,

$495 & $595 336-766-

5032

1714 N.Main St

1BR/1BA $350 + dep

336-429-1959

1BR furn apartment No

Pets very clean $375M

336-710-2524

2 Bedroom Apt Worth

St. $425 call Dean

786-6182

2BR apt $350 & $400M

1 month D 789-7555

day 789-3387 night no

pets

2BR, stv, frig, cable furnished.

No pets. Dep

req. 786-5625.

2BR/1BA, duplex in

King, W/D hook-up

$500 per mo., $500

dep. Call 336-926-1914

2BR/2BA wheelchair

acces $595 lease required,

336-648-1705

Ararat, VA Duplex Ln.,

2BR/1BA , Central H &

A, W/D, stove, ref, appl

& ref req, $200dep,

$400mo 336-325-8761

Camden and Village

Green Apartments -

Available for 62 yrs or

older. Rent based on

income. Available

Now 789-6714 or TDD

1-800-735-2962

KELLYSTONE

APARTMENTS

off Newsome Rd. at

Meadowbrook Drive,

King NC. 2 bedrooms,

1.5 baths,

Central Heat & Air,

washer/dryer hook

ups, swimming pool,

983-0467. Office

hours 1-6p.m. or by

appointment.

King 2BR/1.5

Bath stove,

frige, dishwasher

No

Pets. $475/mo +

dep. 336-923-

7185

0

0

3

3

5

4

5

6

Apartments /

Townhouses

King 2BR/1.5

Bath stove,

frige, dishwasher

No

Pets. $475/mo +

dep. 336-923-

7185

Large 1BR $325M+D,

2BR$425M+D, No Pets

336-789-3785

Mayberry Apts, 2BR

stove, ref, water, furnished,

pool near Mt

Airy High School $389-

$401 dep $115 plus application

fee Hours

Mon -Fri 9-9 786-2957

Northwood Apts.

2 BR/2 BA, appl.

furn., w/d hook up,

year lease, North

Main St. quiet area.

786-1888

SHAMROCK TER-

RACE APARTMENTS

1-Bedroom units, conveniently

located at 200

Shamrock Terrace

Lane, Dobson, NC,

with handicap accessible

units available. For

elderly (62 or older) or

handicapped/ disable

reguardless of age. RD

rental assistance available.

Call (336)386-

4502 or (336)

835-4627. Office hours:

Tuesday 9am to 3pm.

TDD relay 1-800-735-

2962 Equal Housing

Opportunity

Spacious 3BR/2BA appliances,

lg fenced

yard, $650 + dep taking

appl. call 336-789-5455

ACCEPTING

APPLICATIONS

SURRY MANOR

APARTMENTS

DOBSON, NC

336-386-8349

ONE & TWO BEDROOM

APARTMENTS

RENT BASED ON INCOME

MUST BE 62 OR OLDER OR

HANDICAP OR DISABLED

Rental Assistance

& Utility Allowance

OFFICE HOURS MON-THURS

8:00 am - 3:30 pm

Twin Oaks Garden Apt

Pilot 2BR/1BA, no pets

$450 336-325-0978

WILLOW HILL

APARTMENTS

$Special Rents$

1BR $383 to $389

2BR $398 to $411

(while they last)

We also accept HUD

Call 336-789-8500

TDD- 1-800-735-2962

Mon, Wed, Fri

9-4:30

Galax Trail off HWY 52

Across from ProHealth

Handicap Accessible

Units

Commercial

3 station beauty shop,

plus offices in King.

830-9854

Houses for Rent

2BR/1BA newly remodeled

$695 + Dep 336-

648-1705

3/4BR 2.5BA. Heat

pump, 2 acers, fireplace,

decks 336-325-

6706

3BR 2Bath on Red

Brush Rd $700 per

month 401-3545

Dobson 3BR/1BA kit

w/appl. gas logs, C/A,

oil heat, approx.

2400sf, quiet location.

$650mo. 374-4277

leave msg

Medical

Houses for Rent

Walnut Cove. 3BR,

1BA, HUD ok, $550 per

mo. 336-591-4921

4000 Manufactured

Housing

Lots

Lots for Rent Siloam

Area $125M NO PETS

374-5785

Rentals

*3BR Mobile homes

$450/mo NO PETS

336-429-9827

14x70, 3BR 2BA, 1104

Capella Rd, King (near

Flat Shoals Rd) Storage

bldg. Background

check required. No

pets. $500 per month.

$500 deposit. Call 994-

9922.

2 & 3 bedroom mobile

homes & lots for rent

336-429-3666

2BR, 2BA mobile home

in Germanton area.

$375 per mo. 336-994-

2085

2BR/1BA Franklin

School District very

clean $425M+Dep 336-

325-0207 or 336-429-

5509

2BR/1BA. Central air,

stove, ref., we mow the

yard & furnish the

water. $425 mo/ $425

dep. No pets. 336-789-

0200

2BR/2BA appl, C/A, no

pets, ref & dep req,

$400 336-351-2689

2BR/2BA Priv lot Lowgap

$400M+D 336-

325-5641, 325-6687

Bryant Mobile Home

Park Pinnacle NO

PETS $400mo 336-

374-9675

2BR/1BA Cana VA

$325 + deposit, no pets

336-306-2278

Claudville VA Pedigo

Ridge RD 2BR/2BA

MH $350M+$200dep

applic references req.

336-325-8672

Claudville, VA Pedigo

Ridge Rd, 2BR MH,

stove, ref window AC,

$300mo + $200 dep,

Appl & ref req, 336-

325-8672

For rent 14x80 M/H private

shaded lot.

3BR/2BA w/separate

shower. Water and

sewer furn. Police

record and references

required. 336-983-

4717 or 336-416-7611

MH for rent 14x80

private lot. HP, private

pool, 2BR,2BA,

island kitchen, blk

pkg. appl., decks-f/b,

nice area. $700 mo.

plus dep. 336-591-

5778/336-816-6043

Mobile home 2BR,

1BA, back deck, front

covered porch. No pets

inside or out. Private

secluded lot in Stokes

County. Prefer couple.

$500 dep. $100 per

week. 994-2182

Mobile home for rent in

King. 2BR, 1 BA, no

pets. $450 per mo. Ref.

and credit report req.

Behind Ann Chilton Realty.

336-407-3601

Mt Airy area 2BR/2BA

private lot $450 + deposit

call after 5 341-

7188 or 783-7396

Must See! HW floor

2BR/2BA VS CA/heat

No Pets 336-326-5362

Nice 2BR Mobile

Homes. References required

336-374-4250

Medical

Home Loving Senior Care

has openings for P/T dependable

Caregivers and CNAs that would

like to help the elderly remain in

their own home.

Positions available in Stokes

County area.

Applications available at

www.homeloving.com

email applications to

crystall@

homeloving.com

or mail to

1011 Masten Dr.

Kernersville,

NC 27284

00335389


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Rentals

3BR/2BA Mobile

homes $550 Pinnacle

area & Wallburg 336-

789-4964

Nice 2BR/2BA, Tobaccoville

area, CA, dep &

ref req, no pets call

Garry 336-985-3358

Nice 3BR/2BA DW, pvt

lot 6.4 acres fenced

$650 + dep 336-813-

0085

Orchard View Moblie

Home Park Mt Airy,

Hidden Lakes in King

RTO 2/3BR Spaces

Aval 336-648-0133 or

648-4468

Quite Clean Nice

2BR/2BA lawn main,

Water & Garbage

close to VA line No

outside pets $110-115

week $400D, 336-710-

0529

Sales

1995 Oakwood Home

28X40 3BR/2BA HW in

LR & MBath $28,000 or

OBO you must move

home. 661-331-4783,

336-352-4056 or 648-

2826

LOOK! LOOK!

2 Bedroom 1 Bath Mobile

Homes Ready To

Move into Payments

as low as $225 + $150

Lot Rent per month

with DOWN PAY-

MENT. Call Wheels &

Deals Inc (336) 789-

0200.

Custom built Modular

Homes off frame

modules for less then

$60 per sq ft - Turn

Key call - 36-783-

6994

5000 Resort Property

6000 Employment

Accounting /

Financial

King, Accounting clerk

needed, quicken, parttime,

flexible hours.

336-985-3706

Drivers & Delivery

A-CDL Drivers

INDEPENDENT

CONTRACTORS

We Pay:

-Miles - loaded &

empty

-F/S- loaded & empty

-Liability/Cargo Insurance

-Plates & Permits

-Fuel Taxes

-Tolls & Scales

Discounted Fuel Program.

No Forced Dispatch,

No NYC or

Canada, and L/P Program.

Company

driver positions

available.

EPES TRANSPORT

888-293-3232

WWW.EPESTRANS-

PORT.COM

Driver-Tractor Trailer

Experienced W/CDL

good driving record req

references, pre-emp.,

drug test. Apply in person

Bill Hanks Lumber

Co. Piney Grove

Church Rd. Lawsonville,

NC

Medical

Help Wanted -

General

Commercial Bee

Keeper. Will train Must

be psychically fit. Work

reference, clean Driving

record & Drug

Screen req., must have

own transportation,

Good Leadership skills

a must. will lead a crew.

Some out of town work.

Call 336-710-4904

Part time dietary position

needed. Please

apply in person @

Central Continuing

Care @ 1287 Newsome

Street, Mount

Airy, nc 27030

Drivers Needed

must have physical

& drug test, a good

driving record, at

least 21 yrs old and

a valid NCDL. Willing

to work early &

late. Apply in person

215 Jones School

RD Mt Airy.

Experienced Bar

Cooks needed. Brintle's

Homestyle

Restaurant. Apply in

Person at Restaurant.

Plant Manager

Exp w/managing 40+

emp. Must have exp in

manufacturing, order

processing, machine

maint. & quality control.

Excellent verbal

and math skills required

( ability to communicate

to a largely

Hispanic work force is

a plus) This is a hands

on position requiring

physical labor. Must be

able to pass a drug

screen. Apply in person

to: 1805 Red Bank

School Rd. Claudville,

VA, No Phone Calls.

PAY DOE

SUPER C

STORE

(MARATHON)

Riverside Dr/E.Pine

St.

WANTED: Honest,

Dependable, Smiling

Faces

FULL TIME

Apply in Person

Maintenance /

Domestic

Market-Ready Maintenance

Specialist

Needed

Seeking P-T maintenance

to perform routine

residential market

ready turnovers. Drywall,

painting and other

repairs. Some landscaping

work as

needed. Positive work

references & background

screening required.

Send

Resumes: A. Norman,

PO Box 25099, Winston-Salem,

NC 27114

o

r

anorman@landura.co

m EOE

Medical

Certified Medical Assistant

needed for busy

Orthopaedic practice.

Experience in orthopaedics

preferred.

Salary negotiable.

Send resume to PO

Box 472, Mt. Airy, NC

27030 or fax to 336-

719-0381.

Pay scale per experince

for cnas. Cnas

needed for all shifts.

PRN RNs/LPNs

needed. Please

apply in person @

Central Continuing

Care @1287 Newsome

Street, Mount

Airy, NC 27030

Medical

Provider Assistant Full Time

Assists in all aspects of clinical care under the

supervision of a physician/clinician. Prepares

patients for exam/treatment, maximizes patient

flow, documents, gives injections/treatments,

triages patient calls. May be 4-10 hour day position

with some Sat. mornings.

Requires high school education, licensed practical

nurse or certified medical assistant, prefer

experience in a physician office setting.

Provider Assistant 280 North Pointe Blvd. Mt.

Airy, NC 27030 Fax: 336-786-4338 Email:

jhall@rivercto.net

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Medical

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Equipment.

based on

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napolis, NC. Complete

Kerr Drug has an immediate

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publication on the NC FARM- ABSOLUTE liquidation of PIER 29

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County, VA - 126+/- Equipment, Large

Statewide Classified AUCTION- Floyd SEAFOOD. Gas

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have good customer EQUIPMENT AUC- 888-967-5487, or New

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service skills. Please TION! RJ's Welding, apply online at Freightliner Cascadias Additional words $10 New

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apply online at 5287 Airport Road, Mt. www.averittcareers.co have arrived. CDL-A, each. Call this newspaper'ing

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stream, multiple build-

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m.

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pplicants.com

Croghan, SC 29727.

land, beautiful

------------------------------

Metal fabrication & Equal Opportunity Employer.

and Good Driving classified department

------------------------------

Record. Western Ex-

for more information or

welding shop.

Medical

views, 4BR 2BA brick -------------------

New

------------------------------ press. 866-863-4117. visit

house. Auction Saturday,

October 2, EQUIPMENT AUC-

C20100913034

Sonographer Wednesday, September

29th, 11am Pre-

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TION! RJ's Welding,

------------------------------ ------------------------------

full time, first

shift

view: Tuesday, Sept. C20100913026 -------------------

------------------------------ 11 a.m. at The Pine 5287 Airport Road, Mt.

DRIVERS- FOOD C20100913037 ------------------------------ Tavern - Floyd. For Auctions

At Northern Hospital

28th, 11am-3pm. TANKER Drivers HERNIA REPAIR? Did -------------------

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Croghan, SC 29727.

of Surry County, located

in Mount Airy,

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you receive a Com-

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H.Wanted/Truck Drvr Health

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1-800-766-7110 available NOW! CDL- patch between 1999- work with swine, & Associates,

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turkeys, geese, or Inc, (VA#321) Brokers view: Tuesday, Sept.

Public Notices

------------------------------ Outstanding Pay

sive array of

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New

New

ducks? Are you age & Auctioneers,

services to meet our

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TODAY! perforation, abdominal Direct Pickup

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Cancer info:

DRIVERS Earn up to

www.ubcf.info. Free $0.39/mile. Home

Influenza Virus Infections.

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and be registered by

Towing, Tax Deductible,

OTR

800-535-5727.

Weekends. 1 year Charles Johnson, 1-

the American Registry

of Diagnostic

H.Wanted/Truck Drvr ------------------------------ purpose of the research

study is to fol-

Auctions

Auctions

Medical Sonograpers

(ARDMS) in the

Non-Runners Accepted,

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low ag workers

Flatbed exp. Call: 1- ------------------------------

specialty of Abdomen

and

5964.

ext: 238, Susan C20100913025

------------------------------ New

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OB/GYN, or registry

------------------------------ ext: 227. Sunbelt Hometime! Solos & members for influenza

eligible. Registered

-------------------

Transport, LLC. Teams. Highest Team (flu)

Faye Garrett (Living)

status or experience

C20100906050 ------------------------------ Help Wtd./Drivers

in Echocardiography

ATTEND COLLEGE ------------------------------ Pay. CDL/A with 1 infections from both

7940 Broad Street

(RDCS) and/or Vascular

(RVT) is pre-

ONLINE from home. -------------------

year recent OTR required.

Compensation

animal and humans.

Rural Hall, NC 27045

Medical, Business, C20100913017

ferred.

Career Training OWNER-OPERA- New

Sat., Sept. 18 at 10:00am

Paralegal, Accounting, TORS needed. NEW 800-942-2104 ext. 238 available. For more information,

view our

& Sat., Oct. 9 at 10:00am

Northern Hospital is

Criminal Justice. Job LINE TRANSPORT is or 243.

proud to offer great

placement

seeking

www.totalms.com study website

Over 200 bags of Costume Jewelry • Lots of

benefits in an excellent

working environ-

Direct Pickup

H.Wtd/Drivers

------------------------------

assistance. Computer qualified owner operators.

Pulling our -------------------

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------------------------------ at

ment. For more

available. Financial aid

information and to

if

Flatbeds. Home C20100830007 AgWorker or contact

apply, please visit

New

FREE HD FOR LIFE! Whitney

our web site at

qualified. Call 888- Weekends. Earn up to Only on DISH Network!

Lowest Price in Baker at 352-273-

www.northernhospital.com

E-mail: re-

899-6918. www.CenturaOnline.com

Run the

Misc. for Sale

9569 email: ws-

70% of gross revenue.

cruiting@nhsc.org

------------------------------

America! $24.99/mo baker@phhp.ufl.edu

Ph: 336-719-7110

------------------------------ Southeast. Good driving

record and stable $500 Bonus!

------------------------------

for over 120 channels!

Fax: 336-719-7473

-------------------

EOE

C20100823048 work history.

Direct Pickup

------------------------------

Northern Hospital

NEW Norwood

1-888-679-4649 -------------------

of Surry County

SAWMILLS- Lumber- Paid Orientation. ------------------------------ C20100913032

Mate-Pro handles logs Apply online at ------------------------------ WANTED MOUNTAIN

34"

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Equip.Sale

www.newlinetrans-

C20100913038 SUBDIVISIONS. We

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quick-cycle-sawing increases

efficiency up

to 40%!

C20100913016

FARM- ABSOLUTE

AUCTION- Floyd

County, VA - 126+/-

acres

Auctions

offered in 9 tracts.

Rolling topography,

pasture, bold

New

stream, multiple building

sites, wooded

land, beautiful

views, 4BR 2BA brick

house. Auction Saturday,

October 2,

11 a.m. at The Pine

Tavern - Floyd. For

more

information, go to

woltz.com or call Woltz

& Associates,

Inc, (VA#321) Brokers

& Auctioneers,

Roanoke, VA,

800-551-3588.

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C20100913031

RESTAURANT

EQUIPMENT AUC-

TION- Wednesday,

September 22 at

Auctions

10 a.m. 471 South

Cannon Blvd. Kannapolis,

NC. Complete

New

liquidation of PIER 29

SEAFOOD. Gas

Equipment, Large

Mechanics

www.Norwood-

Sawmills.com/300N.

1-800-661-7746, ext.

300N.

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C20100816040

NC DEPARTMENT

OF JUSTICE is currently

recruiting SBI

H. Wntd/Prof

Agents. Application

will be accepted from

August 12

Direct Pickup

through September

22, 2010. Refer to

website:

www.ncdoj.gov for

complete information.

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C20100913001

60+ COLLEGE CRED-

ITS? Serve one weekend

a month as a

H. Wtd/Job Svcs

National Guard Officer.

16 career fields, leadership,

New

benefits, bonus, pay,

tuition assistance and

more!

robert.bumgardner@u

s.army.mil

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C20100913015

Mechanics

OPERATOR/MECHANIC

TECHFORM, INC.

A manufacturer of custom thermoformed

plastic packaging has an Immediate second

shift opening for a Thermoforming Machine

Operator/Mechanic

The successful candidate will have strong mechanical

ability and experience in a production

environment operating high volume

manufacturing machinery.

The position requires a high school education,

or equivalent. Some heavy lifting is required.

Must pass drug screen. Must be willing to

work 1st or 2nd shift. Salary is negotiable and

based on experience.

Apply in person to:

Techform, Inc.

1553 Carter Street, Mt. Airy, NC

(No phone calls, or agencies please, EOE)

details, Mon-Fri, 8-

5pm. EOE, DFWP

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C20100913027

DRIVERS- CDL/A

Flatbed. $2,000 Sign-

On Bonus. Start up

H.Wtd/Drivers

to 0.42 CPM. Good

Home Time and Benefits.

OTR Experience

Copy Change

Required. No

Felonies. Lease Purchase

Available.

800-441-4271 x NC-

100.

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C20100913029

DRIVER- GREAT

MILES! NO TOUCH

FREIGHT! No forced

NE/NYC!

H.Wtd/Drivers

6months OTR experience.

No felony/DUI

last 5yrs. Solos

New

wanted. New Team

Pay Packages! 877-

740-6262.

www.ptl-inc.com

Auctions

WANTED 10 HOMES

needing siding, windows

or roofs. Save

Misc. for Sale

hundreds of dollars.

No money down. Payments

$89/mo. All

New

credit accepted. Senior/Military

discounts.

1-866-668-8681

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AIRLINES ARE HIR-

ING- Train for high

paying Aviation

Misc/Career Training

Career. FAA approved

program. Financial aid

if

Direct Pickup

qualified. Job placement

assistance. Call

Aviation

Institute of Maintenance.

877-300-9494.

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C20100830031

Your classified ad

could be reaching over

1.6 million

Miscellaneous

Auctions

Saturday 10:00 am

9/25/10

RAIN OR SHINE

Property For The Late

Betty B. Quesenberry Estate

LOCATION: 414 Weatherford Drive

King, NC, 27021

Directions: In king from the intersection of Hwy 66 &

mountain view road (new food lion shopping center)

take hwy 66 north 1 mile to ridgecrest drive on the

right (Briarwood subdivision) go to the end of the

street turn left on weatherford drive,

sale on right. follow the signs.

The Real Estate consists of a brick ranch with

3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen/dining, 1 and a half

baths and a carport. This would be an ideal first time

home buyer or rental property.

For information or brochures, contact the selling agents.

Additions and deletions may be made prior to day of sale.

Announcements on day of sale take precedence.

Not responsible in event of accident.

R. Este Wntd

purchase/market/liquidate

completed and

partially

New

completed subdivisions

in the Southeast

designed for

recreational/retirement.

Call 704-896-

5880, x1034.

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C20100913004

BUY MOUNTAIN

LAND NOW! Lowest

prices ever! N.C.

Bryson

Real Estate/Mtn.Prpty.

City, 2.5 acres, spectacular

views, paved

road. High

New

altitude. Easily accessible,

secluded.

$45,000. Owner

financing: 1-800-810-

paintings and prints • David Doss, Ocean

Front 260/950 • 3 China Closets • Pie Birds •

9-pcs Formal Dining room suite • Butter

dishes • Old toys • Hook Rugs • Remington

22 Single-Shot RW33 • Cherry Bonnet Bed •

Quilts • Model 75 Stagecoach Shotgun • Tall

Antique Oak Bed • Pottery • Child’s Bi-plane

• Rocking Dumbo • Primitive Dough Bowl •

Tea-cart • Iront Antique gate w/ post • Topaz

hobnail & other lamps • 5’ Santa • Cobalt

glass • Roseville Pot 1-8” • Blue & White

graniteware • Secretary w/ claw & ball feel •

20+ cookie jars, Disney & others • Wingback

chairs w/ claw & ball feet • Lots of crystal •

Lenox • Dulcimer • Imperial Carnival water

set • Alexander & Horsemen Dolls • 7” Dirt

Dish • Westmoreland Glass • RJR Collectibles

• Old Joe items • 200+ Fenton

glass, all colors-pitcher, vases, lamps, punch

bowls • Yard Equip tools • 13 hp. Yard Machine

• Xmas decorations • Tiller

NO BUYERS PREMIUM

Accept Cash or Good Check.

No Debit Cards.

Directions: The heart of Rural Hall across

from Rural Hall Moravian Church.

*Park at Rural Hall Moravian Church, sale

across the street* Good Food at Church

Nance Auction & Realty

Larry J Nance 336-996-4089 or 336-972-9662

NCAL 5727 NCAF 7200

Ron Walser NCAL 6505 John Rogers NCAL 4559

To View Pictures: www.nanceauctions.com

Auctions Auctions Auctions

Huge Consignment & Tailgate Auction

Sat. Sept.18th at 1:00

Directly off of Pinnacle Exit beside Pilot Recycling watch for signs

Partial listing of items Already Consigned

1949 Chevrolet, 1961 Falcon, a Pontiac Trans Am. Lots and lots of tools

also a Tractor Trailer full of merchandise!! We are consigning Trucks, Farm

equipment, Construction equipment, antiques. Bring your horse tack and

horse trailers we have trucks available to haul with!! Bring your tuck load

and go home with CASH money day of sale!! If you bring it I will sell it!!

This Auction will be on the second Saturday of every month starting at 1:00

Call 336-399-9097 or 336-231-9406 to consign your items today!!

As always NO BUYERS PREMIUM!! Thanks for your support for the best

little Lady Auctioneer in town!! Hope to see you there and God Bless!!

Another Quality Auction Conducted by Hendrix Auction Co.

Wendy Hendrix Rierson Auctioneer NCAL# 9102.

Check out full listing at www.auctionzip.com Auctioneer ID 23425.

Auctions Auctions Auctions

Auctions

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Auctions Auctions Auctions Auctions

Saturday


RAIN OR

SHINE

Property For The

Late Ronald Wayne Brown Estate

LOCATION: 1095 Brown Plantation Rd.

Walnut Cove, NC 27052

DIRECTIONS: FROM THE STOP LIGHT IN WALNUT

COVE, TAKE BROOK COVE RD. TO PINEY

MOUNTAIN RD. FOLLOW PINEY MOUNTAIN RD.

6 MILES TO BROWN PLANTATION RD. ON THE

RIGHT. FOLLOW AUCTION SIGNS

Real Estate: The Real Estate consists of

4.81 acres and a 1998 Fleetwood Coronado 14x56 Mobile

Home with improvements.

Note: This property is being sold

under the North Carolina Judicial Sales Act.

Michael R. Bennett Commisioner

For information or brochures, contact the selling agents.

Additions and deletions may be made prior to day of sale.

Announcements on day of sale take precedence.

Not responsible in event of accident.

00336199

SATURDAY SEPT. 18th at 10:00 a.m.

ESTATE OF JAMES T. BOLDEN (DECEASED) w/ FAMILY ADDITIONS

2011 GRIFFIN ROAD RURAL HALL, NC 27045

DIRECTIONS: From Winston Salem, Take HWY 52 North to Westinghouse Rd. (Exit 120)

Turn left at the top of the ramp. Turn right on Griffin Road. Sale is on the right!

CASE TRACTOR w/ FRONT END LOADER & BACK HOE

(1985 CONSTRUCTION KING 580)

SUZUKI RM 125 MOTORCYCLE (NEEDS TOP END REPAIR)

-PARTIAL LIST-

RARE VINTAGE 1937 MARTIN 000-18 GUITAR

1932 Martin C-2 Arch Top Guitar, Vintage Regina Music Box, 1953 Gibson ES 125 Guitar, Airline Electric

Guitar, 2 Acoustic Guitars, 2 Banjos, 3 Fiddles, Self Player Upright Piano, Etc.

GUNS, KNIVES, GOLD & SILVER COINS, LIGHTERS, CAST IRON POTS & PANS,

TRAIN SETS, OLD CARS & TRUCKS, PLUS LOTS OF OLD PARTS ETC.

THIS IS A HUGE SALE, DON’T BE LATE!

LEINBACH AUCTION & REALTY, LLC

“THE ESTATE SETTLEMENT PROFESSIONALS”

Owner/Auctioneer/Broker/Appraiser - Todd A. Leinbach

Assisted by Auctioneer Mike Hutchens NCAL # 6922

Antiques, Collectibles, Farm Machinery, Real Estate, Business Liquidations

(336) 764-5146 NCAL # 5871 NCAL # 6856 NCREBL# 199922

FOR MORE INFO, PLEASE VISIT

www.LeinbachAuctions.com

This truly is a must see property with its large

lake and gentle rolling hills. The possibilities are endless. This property

is very versatile and sells to the highest bidder. Be there!

00335487


The Stokes News, September 16, 2010 - Page B9

Auctions Auctions Auctions

Tuesday… September 28th… 12:30pm

241 E. Elm St., Mt. Airy, NC 27030

Estate of Raymond Akers - Commissioner’s Sale

Near Riverside Park and Ararat River Trail

Brick Home… Walk to Downtown

Ideal Rental/Investment!

Sale Conducted for Commissioner Joseph H. Williams, PLLC

Call our office or see our website for complete details:

www.RogersAuctionGroup.com

Mark Rogers, Sale Manager

(336) 789-2926 NCAL #685

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Coupon.

Automobile Donation

United Breast Cancer

Foundation. Free

Mammograms, Breast

Direct Pickup

Cancer info:

www.ubcf.info. Free

Towing, Tax Deductible,

Non-Runners Accepted,

1-888-468-

5964.

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C20100906050

ATTEND COLLEGE

ONLINE from home.

Medical, Business,

Career Training

Paralegal, Accounting,

Criminal Justice. Job

placement

Direct Pickup

assistance. Computer

available. Financial aid

if

qualified. Call 888-

899-6918. www.CenturaOnline.com

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C20100823048

NEW Norwood

SAWMILLS- Lumber-

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Page B10 - The Stokes News, September 16, 2010

Sports

South Stokes Sauras roll past Vikings 7-1 in soccer

Staff Report

Jacob Lester recorded a

hat trick as South Stokes

defeated county rival

North Stokes in Northwest

1A/2A Conference soccer

last week in Walnut Cove.

Lester struck for three

goals for the Sauras, who

also had scores from Will

Sands, Andrew Martin,

Dillon King and James

Windham.

Austin Helms scored

the lone goals for the

Vikings on a penalty kick.

The Sauras had a date

at home with Bishop

McGuinness scheduled for

Tuesday with three games

on tap for next week – at

East Surry, Mount Airy

and West Stokes.

The Wildcats (4-3-0, 1-0-

0) were coming off a 5-0

victory against North Surry.

Scoring for West in the

win were Mason Eggers

(two), Thomas Hawkins

(goal, assist), Austin Snow

(goal, assist) and Matt

Hopper.

Goalie Jalyn Rice got

the shutout.

West has Mount Airy on

the road Thursday and will

take on East Surry and

South Stokes next week.

Jeremy Moorhouse/The Stokes News

Above, Andrew Martin of South Stokes fires a shot toward North Stokes’ goalie Juan

Hernandez as David Thompson of North Stokes looks on last week. Left, Jacob

Williams of South Stokes (19) gets a header as North Stokes’ Hannah McBride defends

during last week’s soccer match.

Hemlock HGA Club Championship results

The annual Hemlock HGA Club Championship

was held on Aug. 28 and 29.

Winners were as follows: Bradley James

(Club Champion), Larry Southern (Senior

Division) and Daniel Watts (Handicap Division).

Winners of the Weekly Jack and Jill on

Aug. 28 were Marcia Burge and Phillip

Whitaker. second place was Kris Kiser

and Pam Pearson. Tied for third was Kelly

Berry and Cole Green and Ethan Pearson

and Morgan. Closest to the pin winners

were Kris Kiser and Marcia Burge.

The Jack and Jill is played each Saturday

afternoon at 4:30 p.m. Come out and join

the fun.

On Aug. 31, winners of the weekly captains

choice were Wes Stevens, Mike Lawson,

David Alley and Dewey White. Closest

to the pin winners were Brad Dunlap

and Teddy Webster.

Winners of the Weekly Hemlock Jack

and Jill on Sept. 4 were Bo Bibey and

Meghan Mabe. Finishing second was Kris

Kiser and Pam Pearson. Third place went

to Timmy and Bobbi Jo Mabe. Closest to

the pin winners were Kris Kiser and Pam

Pearson.

www.thestokesnews.com

Sauras sweep Wildcats,

top Vikings in five

Staff Report

South Stokes swept in-county rival

West Stokes in Northwest 1A/2A Conference

volleyball last week.

The Sauras won 25-17, 25-19, 25-23.

South was 4-0 in the conference and

7-3 in the league after the win – also

beating North Stokes 25-22, 19-25, 25-

17, 20-25, 15-12 in Danbury, as well as

East Surry and Mount Airy.

Volleyball Scores

North Surry 3, South Stokes 0

Scores: 25-11, 25-15, 25-16

East Surry 3, North Stokes 0

Scores: 25-16, 27-25, 25-17

North Stokes 3, Mount Airy 1

North Stokes 25-10, 22-25, 25-21,

25-20

Local Man Campaigns For

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