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Meet your neighbors... Ashley Briggs & Jon Greer

Miss Minnie turns 101!

• Landfill change could save taxpayers some ‘cha-ching’ — page 4 • Sophia man faces attempted first degree murder charge — page 11

Their bucket list includes ‘make a difference’

Church news......5 Obituaries...........13 Classifieds........15 Police report.......12 Fire report..........8 Sheriff’s report.....11

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edestrians on N.C. 62 walk at risk on the highly traveled road. A 13-year-old was seriously injured March 23 near the same site another youth was killed more than 10 years ago.


According to an accident report from Archdale police, the youth was attempting to cross from 229 Liberty Road at Archdale Holiness Church of God about 2:53 p.m., possibly to visit a friend who lived across the street, said a witness. A vehicle traveling west struck the youth on the left leg. “He went up into the air,” said Brenda Corders of Liberty, who stopped to help the boy. “He jumped up and picked up his left leg, which gave way.” She supported his neck while a passenger in her vehicle called 911. He was transported to Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. As of last Thursday, he was listed in good condition. The driver of the vehicle which hit the youth was not charged. In the fatal accident near Liberty Road Apartments, a youth, hidden from view by a passing truck, attempted to cross. The vehicle hit the boy, who was knocked to the ground and became tangled up underneath the vehicle. The boy was dragged for several feet before the driver stopped. Another fatal accident occurred about 15 years ago on Halloween night when a youth on a bicycle was struck near Brookwood Apartments. With increased traffic since the fatal accidents, pedestrians on N.C. 62 should be cautious, warned Archdale Chief of Police Darrell Gibbs. As of 2007, the traffic count was about 6,700 between Main Street and Brookwood Apartments. The road lacks sidewalks and pedestrians often have to walk on the roadway because the narrow shoulders drop into a ditch. Officers sometimes stop pedestrians to make them aware of the dangers, said Gibbs.

Show to feature pre-1974 vehicles The Hillsville Ruritan Club seeks competitors for its first pre-1974 car, truck and tractor show. The event will take place at the Hillsville Community Center from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 10. The entry fee is $10 per vehicle. Registration will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. Judging will take place at 1 p.m. Trophies will be presented to the top three cars, top three trucks and top three tractors. The awards presentation will take place at 2:45 p.m. followed by a 50/50 drawing. The event includes free admission, food and drinks available to purchase, a deejay and live entertainment. Proceeds will benefit needy families in the ArchdaleTrinity area. For more information, call 431-6248, 472-3669 or 4422796. The Hillsville Community Center is at 9078 Hillsville Road in Hillsville.

Photos by Elizabeth Saunders

Much of the movie was shot on the English Farm in Archdale.

Movie premier May 15 T

he world premier of the movie ‘Red Dirt Rising,’ which was filmed in Archdale, will be held in North Carolina at a historic racing track Saturday, May 15. BY ELIZABETH SAUNDERS The premier, at North Wilkesboro Speedway, will feature a full day of events to commemorate the racing history featured in the film. Gates will open at noon. The Buck Baker Driving School will offer folks a chance to drive on the historic North Wilkesboro track. For more information, visit Cars featured in the movie and antique “moonshine cars” will be on display. The “checkered carpet” will be rolled out as members of the movie’s cast and crew will be on hand to meet people and sign autographs. In the evening, North Wilkesboro Speedway will crank up its first race of the Legendary Flathead Ford Racing Series. “This is the first time these cars have been on that track since the ’50s,” said Gary Lewallen, a driver in the 20-lap race and son of racing pioneer Jimmie Lewallen, who raced at North Wilkesboro during his career. “It’s going to be a historical event for me,” said Lewallen. The last time he was at the track with his father was SEE MOVIE ON PAGE 4

Matt Dylan, performer and writer for the Red Dirt Rising song ‘Carolina Moonshine,’ will perform at the premier. The video, shot in Archdale, is on the Web site

One truck, yes. Two trucks, maybe, says Trinity T

rinity leaders are still unsure if they will allow truck drivers to park more than one tractor-trailer rig on their property, even if they applied for a permit within the 30-day deadline. BY ROBYN HANKINS The Council discussed the permits at a special meeting held March 25, but took no action. Public comment was not allowed at the meeting. In September, the Council passed an ordinance which banned tractor-trailer parking in the city, except for zoned areas. That ordinance was placed under an enforce-

Proposed criteria as of March 25 • Property where the truck is parked must be owned by the trucker or a family member who resides at the home. • The truck cannot be a leased truck. It must be owned by a trucker or a

ment moratorium in October after truckers protested that they could not park at their homes. At the Feb. 16 meeting, Council members set a stipulation that all truck drivers must obtain a permit to park at their homes. Drivers had until March 18 to apply for the

family member who resides at the home. • The trucker must have applied for the permit by the March 18 deadline. • The truck driver must have a valid CDL.

permit. However, the city could not issue permits to the 46 people who applied because the permits were not defined by ordinance. At the special meeting, Council discussed what the permits should and should not allow. The consensus was to allow all

previously existing truckers who applied for a permit to continue to park at their homes. Questions arose over whether to allow two or more trucks to park on the same property — even if both trucks are owned by the property owner. City Manager Ann Bailie told the NEWS the Council’s consensus was to permit the property owner regardless of the number of tractor-trailer rigs on the property, with no distinction between residential zones and elsewhere. That includes trailers, she added. SEE PERMITS ON PAGE 4

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Swaim high in track standings


ravis Swaim’s great start to the team won the track championship. With three races completed in the 2010 season finds him already first two weekends of the season, Swaim with a victory and atop the track point was able to race from the eighth startstandings at Caraing position — in way Speedway. the season’s second This weekend the Want to follow Travis Swaim? feature race for the Visit Archdale native will NASCAR Whelen do double duty as he travels to Tri-County Motor Speedway for the season opener on Friday, April 2. He will be in action again at Caraway on Saturday, April 3. In 2009, Swaim and his Ronald Fox-led

All-American Series Late Model Stock Car division at Caraway Speedway — to pick up his first win of the new season.

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ere are the match results for soccer games played at the YMCA Soccer Complex on March 27.

BY LYNN WALDEN Carl & Linda Grubb Family YMCA

Division 8U Bulldogs 5, Dragons 0 Sabrina Taylor led scoring for the Bulldogs with 2 followed by Evan Foster 1, Molly Graves 1 and Jairo Pulido 1. Coach Ron Graves thanked the team for great hustle. Coach Owens thanked the Dragons for good team effort. Tornadoes 1, Steelers 0 Logan Fleming scored the game-winning goal for the Tornadoes. Coach Eaton recognized Skylar LaPradd for hustle and Jack Wheat for his efforts on defense. Coach Gallimore thanked the Steelers for playing hard in their first game. Strikers 4, Panthers 0 Harrison Moffitt led the Strikers to a shut-out win scoring 3 followed by Garrett Moser 1. Gavin Foster did a great job on defense for the Strikers. Predators 4, Lightning 2 Franklin Cox scored 2 for the Predators. Colby Short and Davis McMahon each scored singles. Leonel Dominguez scored both goals for team Lightning. Both teams showed great hustle and teamwork.

Division 11U Bulldogs 2, United 2 Juan Pulido scored both goals for the Bulldogs. Bulldog coach Jeff Painter thanked the team for their hustle and efforts on defense. Scoring for team United were Reece Duke and Dylan Honeycutt. Coach Duke of United recognized Steven Moore and

Shelby Ocmand for great defense. Tigers 4, Hurricanes 1 Austin Webb scored 3 for the Tigers, followed by Ryan Smith 1. Coach Spruill recognized Randy Owens for excellent hustle. Ashley Steffey scored the shut-out saving goal for the Hurricanes with help from teammate Calvin Sowers. Firecrackers 8, Tsunamis 4 For the Firecrackers, Austin Brand scored 5, Ethan Earls 1, Joshua Mayfield 1 and Hunter Neal 1. Coach Brand recognized the strong defense of Jared Hartsoe. For the Tsunamis, Ben Atkinson and Benjamin Clements each scored 2. They were assisted by hustle from Joy Dodd and Priscilla McCroskey and Krystal Lamb on defense. Arsenal 1, Tornadoes 0 Jake Tuggle scored the only goal of the game for the Arsenal. Coach Moran recognized Sarah Moran on defense, Ashton Todd for passing and Ryan Bradley for teamwork. Tornado Coach Wright recognized Iv Wright for hustle and Cierra DiPilato for defense.

Shoe ďŹ t program topic Proper shoe fit and selection are the topics of the “Medical Mattersâ€? program set for noon Friday, April 9, at the Fitness Center at High Point Regional Health System. Participants will learn how the connection to the ground impacts feet and other parts of the body. A number of different types of athletic shoes, common injuries and injury prevention will be discussed. The program is free. To attend, call 878-6221.

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Division 14U Hurricanes 2, Chelsea 0 Hurricane scorers were Mitch Evans 1 and Stoney Baker 1. Coach Evans thanked the team for their great defensive game. West Ham 1, Liverpool 0 Michael Johnson scored the only goal of the game. Galaxy 5, Arsenal 0 Galaxy scorers were Eric Ledezma 3, Isaac Lewis 1 and Matt Witcher 1.

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Special related events (Art Explosion – Artwork of young children will be displayed throughout the month at selected locations in Archdale and Trinity. (Partnership Gala for the Children – Barnyard Dance � Saturday, April 10, 2010 – 6:30 p.m. – 11 p.m. � Farm of Kyle and Pattie Petty in Trinity � An evening of barnyard fun featuring dinner, dancing and live music, as well as a live/silent auction � Tickets are $50 each and must be purchased in advance from the Partnership for Children – for more information, call Elizabeth Glessner at 629-2128, ext. 12. Monday, April 12, 2010 (Parade and Family Appreciation Day – It’s a Parade! Activities begin at Creekside Park Recreation Center in Archdale at 10 a.m. with a performance of “Stone Soup� by Durham’s Rags to Riches theatre troupe, followed by a parade and picnic in the park. All parents and preschool age children are invited. Grand Marshalls of the parade are Mayor Bert Stone and Mayor Carlton Boyles. Tuesday, April 13, 2010 (Community Spirit Day* - Show community spirit by involving children in a service project. Pull weeds, sweep, clean – teach children the importance of service. Wednesday, April 14, 2010 (Clowning Around Day* - Make a clown town, tell jokes, or have your own imaginary circus. Thursday, April 15, 2010 (Nature Day* - Enjoy the outdoors! Take a nature walk, make a leaf collage, paint outdoors, or plant some seeds in your indoor or outdoor garden area. Be especially eco-friendly today – GO GREEN! Friday, April 16, 2010 (Pajama Day* - Wind down the week with a pajama day. Have children wear their pajamas all day and spend the day reading their favorite books.









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*Indicates events to be held at or for area child care centers, private church-based preschools, family child care homes, and public school Pre-K classrooms. Parents and preschool age children are also encouraged to participate in these activities at home. Special thanks to the following businesses, organizations and municipalities for their support: City of Archdale â?š City of Trinity â?š Archdale Police Department â?š Archdale Public Library â?š Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce â?š Pioneer Family Restaurant â?š Northwestern Randolph County Arts Council

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Ronda Skeen Memorial golf tournament May 6 The Trinity High School Bulldog Boosters will host the annual Ronda Skeen Memorial golf tournament Thursday, May 6, at Holly Ridge Golf Links. Lunch begins at 12:30 p.m. with a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m. The rain date is May 13. The entry fee of $50 per player or $200 per team includes cart and green fees as well as lunch. Team and individual prizes will be awarded. Gold and silver sponsorships are available. All proceeds help support athletic programs, scholarships and projects for Trinity High School. For more information, contact Ty Townsend at 848-4210, Charlie Dean at 202-2705 or Mike Washburn at 689-2974; or visit the school Web site at

Boys & Girls Club seeks players

Registration for The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club baseball program is open. The program is open to Archdale-Trinity youth. The program includes T-ball for ages 4-6 and coach pitch for ages 7-8. Practice begins the week of April 19 and games will start Monday, May 3. For more information, call Rebecca Marshall at 881-5444.

The future looks bright at Randleman Lake Lucas Hutchins of Archdale Bass Club shows off the 8- and 6.5-pound bass he caught at Randleman Regional Reservoir this week with his dad, Randy. Their best five fish weighed 23 pounds. The Club plans to fish at Randleman Saturday, April 3. Photo submitted

Rec camp registration opens Camp Creekside registration is open for two divisions — rising kindergarten through third grade and rising fourth through seventh grade students. Camp hours run from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. The cost is $60 a week for Archdale res-

idents and $70 a week for nonresidents. For more information on the kindergarten through third grade camp, call Tanya Work at 434-7316. For more information on the fourth through seventh grade camp, call Mandy Gooch at 434-7312.

Kivett golf tourney April 25 High Point Regional Health System, City of High Point and presenting sponsor SmartChoice® will host the 34th Bud Kivett Memorial Golf Championship Saturday and Sunday, April 24-25. The event is held annually in memory of Bud Kivett’s early death from heart failure. All proceeds from the event are donated to the Heart Strides Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab Program which provides cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation to patients who could not otherwise afford treatment. The tournament will be held at Oak Hollow and Blair Park golf courses. The 36-hole stroke play event is open to amateurs 16 years of age and older and is open to the first 216 golfers who enter. The entry fee is $35. Green and cart fees are separate. All entry forms are due by April 16. For more information or for sponsorships, contact Julie Samuels at 878-6292 or visit

YWCA camp registration open The YWCA offers a summer camp. Participants will be exposed to new experiences, activities and skill sets while learning more about the people around them and the person that they want to be. Youth will do this through group activities, field trips, focus groups, Bible study, leadership development, fun educational activities, sports, arts and crafts and more. For more information, contact ebrannock@ywcahp. com or call 882-4126.

Basketball team seeks players High Point Lady Star’s 13 and under, eighth grade basketball team needs three more players. For more information about the AAU team, contact Aaron Grier at 991-0597 or visit


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Does Congress know what they voted for? ArchdaleS Eddie Trinity en. Kay Hagan disappointed with bickering. Well, doesn’t that headline just say it all!

News Founded in 1978 Kathy Stuart Editor Phyllis East Reporter Betsy Feldman Reporter Robyn Hankins Reporter Debbie Hightower Reporter Elizabeth Saunders Reporter Lynn Wagner Advertising Director 888-3545 Elizabeth Hyde Advertising Manager 888-3567 Donna Prawel Ad Sales 888-3596 3407B Archdale Road Archdale, NC 27263 Phone: 434-2716 E-mail: Submit letters to the editor at the above address. Please include a local address and telephone number.

With all this talk about health-care reform, I decided to do my own research. In a newspaper article, Sen. Hagan said she was disappointed about health care bickering and that it could be easily be solved if representatives would spend more time in D.C. and less time in their home states. Apparently she wants less time here in North Carolina. In an e-mail to Hagan, I wrote that I don’t want more Washington influence here at home, I want less. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, H.R. 3590, is a fiscally responsible plan that will reduce the deficit by nearly $132 billion in the next 10 years,” her e-mail reply stated. She wrote nothing about the cost, $848 billion over the next 10 years, which will be offset by new taxes and revenues. Hagan reiterated that the cost of malpractice insurance would save money, that no rationing of health care would occur, and I should go to for a better understanding of the facts. Well how about that! All this time I thought that we were still under a representative government! The majority of North Carolinians never backed this bill and the facts were never dis-

Constituent praises Coble’s stand To the editor, I want to thank my Congressman Howard Coble for standing up against the Obama Healthcare Plan this past weekend. At a time when Americans are outraged at their government because it seems the majority of our legislators do not listen to the people they are supposed to represent, I am proud that Congressman Coble listens to his constituents and votes accordingly. Congressman Coble comes home every weekend to be with the people he represents so well. He can be found

at parades, barbeques, town meetings, grand openings, meeting with constituents, eating breakfast at the local restaurant, and he is never too busy to say hello and ask how you are doing. He cares, at a time when it feels like no one else does. I wish we had 434 Representatives just like him. I am pleased and honored to call Howard Coble my Congressman, and that is why I will vote for him on May 4.


to the editor


Kathy Huffine Greensboro, NC

closed. Many representatives voted for this bill without reading it, because the bill was held back in Congress. I called and talked with Rep. Howard Coble, Sen. Richard Burr, as well as others in Congress and all said that this was a bad bill! Reform is needed, but this was not the way to do it. The bill is too expensive, it is not well thought out and just not the right time. This nation is in the middle of hard times. Neighbors are out of work and losing their homes and benefits. The nation’s deficits are astronomical and ballooning out of control to the point of destruction. Spending another trillion at this time is criminal. The number of unemployed is hovering around 12 percent in North Carolina. However, that number does not give a clear picture. People have run out of benefits and have given up trying to find a job. Some are underemployed, and are no longer counted as being unemployed. A more likely number is about 20 to 23 percent. Who will pay their insurance premiums? It will probably take two to three years to regain the employment numbers that we had, but without employers like GM, Ford and the aircraft industry, all the manufacturing jobs will never come back, and that’s where wealth was made. My job is in transportation. The company has fewer employees and has no intention of hiring in the near future. Until trucking picks up, our economy will not, and unem-

Hightower My View

ployment will not improve. And, well, I don’t feel that requiring small businesses to provide insurance benefits for their employees is going to stimulate job growth. Like many good southerners, I like to drink tea but I am not at all interested in attending a tea party. My belief is that the proper way to communicate my opinion is to contact my representatives. Their recent decision takes Congress from a representational government to a dictatorial government. I want my country back and our jobs back from China, Mexico and other countries. Unfortunately, I don’t see that happening. I’m done. I’m getting off my soapbox. I know that there are no easy answers. Now I have something in common with Kay Hagan — I’m disappointed, too.

Archdale-Trinity Chamber’s ‘Lunch with Lawmakers’ April 12 ‘D

o you have questions for your lawmakers?’ asks the ArchdaleTrinity Chamber of Commerce. ‘Then join them for lunch.’ The Chamber will host “Lunch with the Lawmakers” from noon to 1:30 p.m. Monday, April 12, at Crossroads Family Restaurant, 10210 N. Main St. in Archdale. The lunch provides an opportunity to meet elected officials in the N.C. Legislature — Rep. Pat Hurley, Rep. Harold Brubaker and Sen. Jerry Tillman — and find out what is happening in the state government.

Rep. Hurley represents District 70, which includes Archdale. Rep. Brubaker represents District 78, which includes Trinity. Sen. Tillman represents District 29, which includes Randolph County and part of Montgomery County. The cost is $10 per person for Chamber members and $15 for non-members, which includes lunch. The event is open to the public, but space is limited. To reserve a seat, call the Chamber at 434-2073 by Wednesday, April 7. For more information, visit

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about 1960, when he was little. “I remember him setting me up on the hood of Joe Weatherly’s Pontiac.” Gary Lewallen had looked around at Fred Lorenzen, Richard Petty and a bunch of other drivers. “I looked up and said, ‘I’m having a good time!’” Lewallen, who is also executive producer of Red Dirt Rising, hopes that everybody has that kind of good time at the premier. After the race, Matt Dylan will perform a live concert. His song “Carolina Moonshine” is featured on the movie soundtrack and on the Archdale-Trinity News Web site at www.archdaletrinitynews.

net. At dusk, the movie will be shown on the track. Tickets can be purchased in advance at www.historicnws. com/tickets. The cost is $18.25 for adults ($15 plus online fee), $11.25 for children age 6 to 15 ($8 plus fee). Tickets include all the day’s events except for the driving school. Tickets at the gate will be $20 for adults and $8 for children 6 to 15. Children under 6 get in free. Red Dirt Rising’s producers and marketing team are finalizing theatrical release and DVD release with distribution companies.

Gary Lewallen races in the No. 56 car, in the first race of the Legendary Flathead Ford series at South Boston Speedway, March 20. Photo submitted

Landfill proposal could save taxpayers some ‘cha-ching’ I

f the Randolph County landfill becomes a regional facility, it could mean a 2- to 3-cent tax decrease.

BY ROBYN HANKINS The Randolph County Commissioners discussed the possible ramifications of expanding the landfill and accepting solid waste from other counties at their annual retreat, held March 20 at Randolph Community College in Asheboro. Public Works Director David Townsend broached the subject of expanding the county landfill off of Henley Country Road. “It may be time for Randolph County to consider opening a regional facility,” Townsend told the Commissioners. “We’re only using 275 acres out of 600. There are not a lot of neighbors, no subdivisions, it has lots of natural buffers and is downstream (from residences).” Townsend added that typically the host county pays no tipping fees, and that he knew Chatham County and the city of Greensboro were looking for a new place to ship solid waste. “Internally, we don’t have enough to make (expansion) cost effective,” he added. “But if we accept out-of-town waste, that

changes everything.” “We could reduce taxes by 2 to 3 percent,” mused Commissioner Phil Kemp. “It’s already going past us,” said Commissioner Darrell Frye, who represents Archdale and Trinity. “Asheboro is the center of the state, the highways go north to south and east to west. The trucks (carrying other counties’ waste) are already passing us.” Kemp pointed out that nearby residents concerned about well contamination could be easily connected to municipal water because the pipes are in place. Those counties could save on fuel costs and vehicle maintenance by delivering their trash to Asheboro, Frye added. Moreover, by becoming a regional facility, Randolph County would not only make money, it would save money. According to its 2009-2010 budget, Randolph County pays $44 per ton, more than $2 million per year, in tipping fees. Most of this money is paid to Montgomery County, which is where Randolph County sends its 250 tons of garbage each day. The state also charges $2 per ton for administrative costs. Waste is transported out of county because Randolph County’s

landfill, closed in 1997, is unlined. The state requires landfills be lined to protect the environment, and landfills across the state had to convert to transfer stations unless they spent the money to upgrade their facilities. Townsend said to break even the county would need to receive 750 tons of garbage per day, but that as a regional facility it could make significantly more money if it took in closer to 2,000 tons per day. The permitting process for a lined landfill can take up to four years. However, Townsend said the actual construction would only take six to eight months. “We need to think 20 to 30 years down the road,” he added. “Garbage is not going away and locating landfills is getting harder.” As a regional facility, Randolph County could also produce enough methane gas to sell. “Sixty percent of Randolph County’s waste is industrial and does not create methane,” he explained. “But if we become a regional facility, it’s a whole new ball game.” The Commissioners want citizen input on this issue. To submit an opinion, call 819-3300 or visit


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“The question is, can we continue to allow more than one truck? That violates our existing zoning ordinance,” Bailie explained. According to the city’s zoning ordinance, parking two or more tractor-trailer rigs on one property constitutes a trucking terminal — which is not allowed in residential areas. Bailie said City Attorney Bob Wilhoit was investigating the city’s options. “We’re either gonna allow this or not,” Councilman Robbie Sikes pointed out during the nearly two-hour long meeting. “Let’s move ahead, we’ve tied up too much time with it already.” “If we stay with the motion I made and answer the questions asked about tractors and trailers (provided by city staff), to me that’s the simplest way,” said Councilman Kelly Grooms. Grooms later added that a neighborhood can enforce restrictive covenants where tractor-trailer rigs are prohibited. Grooms’ motion, made at the February meeting, to permit existing truckers only, required that the trucker own the property and the truck. At the meeting, however, Council agreed that trucks owned by spouses or children, who can prove residency at the property and who have a valid commercial driver’s license, are eligible for a permit. The Council also agreed that leased trucks are ineligible for a permit, but trucks and trailers can be replaced. The city’s stormwater ordinances already prohibit illicit discharge or motor oil, anti-freeze and other substances, said Stormwater Administrator Rich Baker, but Council agreed to duplicate the language in the ordinance. This means that truckers cannot perform major maintenance on their trucks while parked at the residence. Baker also pointed out that trailers containing hazardous material are not allowed to park outside designated areas by federal law, so it is not necessary to include that in the ordinance. According to Bailie, the permits will have to be renewed every year. Permits will not be renewed if the driver does not own a truck at the time of renewal, if the property where the truck is parked changes ownership, if the driver loses his or her CDL or if the property owner receives two or more city zoning citations. Council will hold a public hearing on this at its next regular meeting set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 20.

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Church news Pine needle sale continues The Quaker Men of Archdale Friends Meeting are selling long-leaf pine needles. the cost is $4.95 per bale. Local orders of 10 or more bales will be delivered. To order, contact the meeting office at 431-2918 or Bill Farlow at 431-2495. The meeting is at 114 Trindale Road.

Free community supper April 9 Hopewell United Methodist Church will hold a free community supper from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 9. The menu includes chicken tenders and macaroni and cheese. The meal is free, but donations will be accepted. Organizers say the goal is not to make money, but to share a meal. For more information, call 431-9507. The church is at 4540 Hopewell Church Road in Trinity.

Yard sale April 10 Women on Mission of Glenola Baptist Church will hold a yard sale from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, April 10. The church is at 8330 U.S. Hwy. 311 in Archdale.

Pancake breakfast April 17 The Quaker Men of Archdale Friends Meeting will hold an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m. Saturday, April 17, in the Family Life Center. The menu also includes fruit toppings, sausage and choice of coffee, milk or orange juice. The cost is $5 for adults. Children ages 7 and under eat free. The meeting is at 114 Trindale Road.

Chicken dinner supports mission The youth mission team of Archdale United Methodist Church will hold a fried chicken dinner from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday, April 17. The cost is by donation. In the summer, the mission team will travel to the inner city of Atlanta, Ga. For more information, call 431-7111. The church is on the corner of Main and Petty streets in Archdale.

‘Quake, Rattle & Run’ April 24 Archdale Friends Meeting’s youth enrichment program will hold a 5K run, walk, fun run and diaper dash Saturday, April 24. The races will be held in conjunction with Wee Friends Preschool’s spring fling, which will begin at 10:30 a.m., following the races. The event also includes an auction, class projects, theme baskets, bounce houses, face painting, prize drawing, a hot dog lunch and bake sale. To register for the race, call the meeting office at 431-2918 or visit To donate items for the auction, call the youth enrichment office at 431-4147. The meeting is at 114 Trindale Road in Archdale.

Tables available for yard sale The Wesleyan Women of Trinity Heights Wesleyan Church will rent tables for a May yard sale at the church. The cost is $20 per table. For more information or to reserve a table, call Patti Furr at 434-1912 or Denise Lohr at 861-3077. The church is at 5814 Surrett Drive in Trinity.


hurches in the Archdale-Trinity area will hold Easter services and special events.

Egg hunts Archdale United Methodist Church will hold an “eggstravaganza� from 3 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 3. Children may bring their baskets and join the Easter bunny for an egg hunt. Eggs will be filled with candy and special prize coupons. The event also includes games, sidewalk art and snacks. For details, call 431-7111. The church is on the corner of Main and Petty streets in Archdale. Trinity Baptist Church will hold an Easter egg hunt for children from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 3. Crafts will be made and lunch will be provided. For more information, call 434-1998. The church is at 6499 N.C. Hwy. 62 in Trinity.

Maundy Thursday services Hopewell United Methodist Church will hold its Maundy Thursday service at 6:30 p.m. today (April 1). Childcare will be provided. For details, call 431-9507. The church is at 4540 Hopewell Church Road in Trinity. Archdale United Methodist Church will hold a communion service at 6:30 p.m. For details, call 431-7111. The church is on the corner of Main and Petty streets. Trinity Baptist Church will hold its Maundy Thursday service at 7 p.m. Communion will be served. For more information, call 434-1998. The church is at 6499 N.C. Hwy. 62 in Trinity.

Sunrise and Easter services Archdale-Trinity area churches have joined efforts in a community sunrise service, “Celebrating the Ressurection,� at 6:30 a.m. at the Carl Chavis YMCA, 2757 Granville St. in High Point. Donuts and coffee will be served. The guest speaker will be Pastor Randall Baldwin. Colonial Baptist Church will hold a sunrise service at 7 a.m. followed by breakfast. Sunday school will begin at 9 a.m. Worship with communion will be held at 10 a.m. The church is at 6792 Welborn Road in Trinity. Cloverdale Church of the Living God will hold a sunrise service at 7 a.m. Breakfast will be served from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. Sunday school is set for 9 a.m. and

Divorce Care series begins Archdale United Methodist Church offers a 13-week Divorce Care recovery class. It is designed to aid the newly divorced as well as those currently going through separation or divorce. The series began March 1 and will continue to meet at 7 p.m. Mondays in the Wesley Room. For more information, call 431-7111. The church is on the corner of Main and Petty streets.

worship service at 10 a.m. For details, call 886-4963. The church is at 1919 S. Elm St. in High Point. Old Union United Methodist Church will hold a sunrise service at 7 a.m. followed by breakfast and Sunday school. The 11 a.m. service will be held at Worthville United Methodist Church in Randleman. An Easter egg hunt will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 3. The church is at 5077 Walker Mill Road in Sophia. Mt. Vernon United Methodist Church will hold a sunrise celebration at 7 a.m. followed by breakfast. The church is on the corner of Archdale and Robbins Country roads in Trinity. Hopewell United Methodist Church will hold a sunrise service at 7 a.m. in the cemetery, followed by a Sonrise breakfast in the fellowship hall. Worship will be held at 11 a.m. There will be no Sunday school. For details, call 431-9507. The church is at 4540 Hopewell Church Road in Trinity. Archdale United Methodist Church will participate in the community sunrise service at 6:30 a.m. at the Carl Chavis YMCA. Three worship services will be held — 8:30 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. For details, call 431-7111. The church is on the corner of Main and Petty streets. Sophia Church of God will hold its Easter Service at 10 a.m. There will be no Sunday schoo. A brunch and egg hunt will follow the service. The church is at 4895 Beeson Farm Road in Sophia. Ebenezer United Methodist Church will hold a sunrise service at 7 a.m. with the Rev. Fran Adams. A breakfast will be held following the service. The church is off Harlow Road, near Cedar Square. Trinity Baptist Church will host a sunrise service at 6:55 a.m. on the front lawn. Special music will be provided by the adult praise team. Breakfast will be served in the fellowship hall following the service. Bible study by age group will be offered at 9:45 a.m. and worship service will be held at 11 a.m. For more information, call 434-1998. The church is at 6499 N.C. Hwy. 62 in Trinity. Caraway Baptist Church will hold a church assembly at 7 a.m., followed by a sunrise service at the tomb at 7: 15 a.m. Breakfast will be served from 8 to 9 a.m. A special singing service will be held at 9 a.m., followed by Sunday school at 10:15 a.m. and worship service at 11 a.m. No evening services will be held. The church is at 2928 Beeson Farm Road in Sophia.

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Miss Minnie turns 101

he Trinity High School Athletic Boosters Club will hold the 27th Little Miss Trinity pageant Saturday, May 1, in the high school gym.


Minnie Jane Peace Hutchenson celebrated her 101st birthday March 16, with visits from family and friends throughout the day. She is the oldest living member of Mt. Vernon United Methodist Church. She resides at Cross Roads Retirement Center in Asheboro. Photo submitted

The deadline to register is Friday, April 2. All girls in the Archdale-Trinity area are eligible to participate. Forms are available at school offices. The entry fee is $60, which may be funded through the sale of advertising for

Chili cookoff April 17 in Asheboro Food vendors, chili cooks and volunteers are needed for the Old Time Chili Cookoff set from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 17. The event will be held in Bicentennial

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he Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce will host an administrative professionals day luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 21, at Messiah Too!! The guest speaker will be Dr. Sherry Sherrill with Sherrill Communications. Her topic, “Etiquette, Manners and You,� will address how a person’s actions should ease the way for those around them, whether at work, at school, at church or in social occasions.

The cost is $25 per person for Chamber members and $35 for nonmembers. The cost includes lunch, a fashion and jewelry show, door prizes and more. The event is open to the public, but space is limited. The deadline for reservations is Friday, April 9. For more information or a registration form, call the Archdale-Trinity Chamber of Commerce at 434-2073, or visit www. Messiah Too! is at 101 Bonnie Place in Archdale.

Dalton speaks to ABWA Edward Jones Investment, was given the ABWA Good Guy Award. Newton has supported the chapter for many years. Karen Budusky was named the member of the month for working on different committees. Guilford Technical Community College was named business of the month. Keri Coward, a student at N.C. State University, was given a grant of $2,000 and a membership in the chapter. Shelia Perdue, Coward and Heather Wade were recognized as first and second year members.

Arnette completes basic training Navy Seaman Shannon N. Arnette, daughter of Doris F. Arnette of Archdale and Charles W. Arnette of Greensboro, recently completed Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Arnette completed a variety of training which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival and shipboard and aircraft safety. An emphasis was also placed on physical fitness. The capstone event of boot camp is “Battle Stations.� This exercise gives recruits the skills and confidence they need to succeed in the fleet. “Battle Stations� is designed to galvanize the basic warrior attributes of sacrifice, dedication, teamwork and endurance in each recruit through the practical application of basic Navy skills and the core values of honor, courage and commitment. Its distinctly Navy flavor was designed to take into account what it means to be a sailor. Arnette is a 2009 graduate of Trinity High School.

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the program. An informational meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 6, in the media center at THS. Interested girls and parents are encouraged to attend. For more information, call Pat Bodenhamer at 689-0950. Tickets to attend the pageant are $5. For more information, contact or call Bodenhamer at 689-0950.




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St. Francis book sale starts April 29 St. Francis Episcopal Church will hold its 52nd annual book sale Thursday, April 29, through Saturday, May 1. The church is at 3506 Lawndale Drive, Greensboro. The hours are from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday and from

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. More than 70,000 books, sorted into categories, will be available for purchase. The church also will sell movies and CDs. For more information, call the church at 288-4721 or e-mail darleneball@triad.

ATMS Environmental Club to build rain garden at Creekside Archdale City Council at the March 23 meeting approved a request by Archdale-Trinity Middle School Environmental Club to build a rain garden at Creekside Park. Club members Mallory Lowe, center, and Amelia Smith, far right, explained that the rain garden project will help handle parking lot runoff near the library and alleviate pollution in Muddy Creek. Other members of the club who attended were Amelia Smith, Michael Guenn, Callie Mathis, Shelby Monroe, Paul Osborne, Austin Byerly, Laura Martin, Leandra Meachum and Deniz Agar, with faculty advisers Sarah Fuller and Stacy Schaefer. The students have scheduled a ribbon cutting and environmental activities for April 17, near the Archdale Public Library. The Club has built gardens at Trinity City Hall and on the ATMS campus. Photo submitted

Blue Bag Event promotes reading P arents and their children at two Archdale child-care centers are participating in Raising a Reader, a program to increase the amount of time parents read to their children.

More than 220 children and their families are participating in the program this year. Children whose families participate in the Raising a Reader program are loaned a bag of award-winning children’s books each week for 26 weeks. The Randolph County Partnership for Children, in collaboration with the Randolph County Public Library extension services, recently hosted a special event at each of the participating Archdale centers — My Circle of Friends and First Church of God Day School. Known as the Blue Bag Event, parents and their

Autumn Gentry and her father participated in the Blue Bag Event at My Circle of Friends EnrichPhoto submitted ment Center in Archdale. children receive a blue bag gram. Funding to pilot the to carry library books. program was provided by Randolph County Part- the Duke Energy Foundanership for children was tion. one of five partnerships selected to launch this pro-

YWCA seeks award nominations The High Point YWCA seeks nominations for its Administrative Assistant of the Year award, to be presented at the sixth annual appreciation luncheon set for Wednesday, April 21, at the High Point Country Club. The luncheon pays tribute to administrative assistants and professionals and highlights their importance within the workplace. To nominate an administrative assistant or professional for the award, visit or call 882-4126.

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No weather related calls for Guil-Rand According to the GuilRand Fire Department, no emergency calls were received in connection to the severe weather Sunday evening. Guil-Rand Fire Department responded to 49 calls during the week of March 21-27. Since July 1, 2009, firefighters have responded to 1,841 calls. SUNDAY, March 21 8:31 a.m. 116 Lane Drive, smoke detector activation. 10:59 a.m. 7933 U.S. Hwy. 311, assist Emergency Medical Services. 1:29 p.m. 5000 Ronniedale Road, false alarm. 3:50 p.m. 1505 N.C. Hwy. 62, assist EMS. 7:07 p.m. 4947 Trinity Blvd., assist EMS. MONDAY, March 22 2:08 a.m. 317 Daniel Paul Drive, assist EMS. 3:45 p.m. 4349 Jerry St., assist EMS. 4:56 p.m. 2403 Shore St., false alarm. 6:07 p.m. 3331 Loblolly Drive, rubbish fire. 9:51 p.m. 11316 N. Main St., smoke detector activation. TUESDAY, March 23 7:11 a.m. 6239 Davis Country Road, assist EMS. 10:11 a.m. 305 Walnut Grove Road, assist EMS. 12:01 p.m. 806 Chesapeake Lane, assist EMS.

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BY DEBBIE HIGHTOWER Jon and Ashley left Trinity March 22 to pedal to Florida and then to California. As ofTuesday, they had made their way to Savannah, Ga. The trek will cover hundreds of miles, take exceptional endurance and discipline. “There are people out there who will never get to do this,” said Jon — people like Ashley’s 7-year-old nephew Elijah, who was diagnosed with Asberger’s Syndrome. Because of early intervention and therapies, Elijah will have the chance to enjoy a relatively normal life. Jon and Ashley want more people with disabilities to enjoy a fulfilling life and believe they can make a difference with this journey through Push America, a nonprofit which benefits children with special needs through specific projects like building camps, playgrounds and wheelchair ramps. Along the way, the couple will do guest appearances and volunteer work for Push America. Their desire to help those with special needs intertwines with another objective — fulfillment of a “bucket list.” “Everyone has things they want to do someday,” said Ashley. “If you don’t at least plan on doing it, it may never happen.” At the top of the bucket list is cycle across America, at the bottom is make a difference and what’s in between — that’s good stuff, too. They hope to bungee jump, go hot air ballooning and hang gliding as well as enjoy swimming with dolphins, petting a baby elephant, or being kissed by a giraffe. Right now, their emphasis is on the first and last objectives. Ashley has been on the last objective for years now. “Due to my experiences with Elijah, I have a big place in my heart for children with special needs,” said Ashley. “This motivated me to earn a degree in special education. “During college, I was lucky enough to get a job as a CAP (Community Alternative Program) worker.” This experience reaffirmed Ashley’s desire to work with special needs children. “I have had the opportunity to work closely with many amazing children who had all types of disabilities,” Ashley

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‘Only those who risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.’ — T.S. Eliot Photo submitted

said. Ashley, 22, a native of Thomasville, graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2009. She not only holds a bachelor’s degree in special education, but also in elementary education. Although she wants to dedicate her life to teaching children with disabilities, she decided to delay her entry into teaching for a year until the bicycle trip is over. Jon, 25, a Trinity High School graduate, is a graphic design artist. Neither of them is an experienced cyclist and, until four months ago, Ashley had never owned a bicycle without training wheels. “A year ago if someone would have told me I was about to venture off into the unknown and ride a bike, that I don’t have, across the country, well, I would have laughed in their face,” said Ashley. How long the journey will take is unknown. As of last Wednesday, the couple were in South Carolina and had camped out in a family’s backyard. “We are riding our bikes from North Carolina, through Florida to California,” Jon said. “We are not sure exactly how long this adventure might take.” The idea to cycle across the country was Jon’s. “I’ve always wanted to travel and see everything there is to see,” he said. “I ran the idea by [Ashley] one night and she fell in love with it.” The two want to fulfill this dream before the responsibility of careers and children obligate them to stay in one place. The couple spent six months planning, preparing and saving money for the challenging trip. Dave Clodfelter, at Spinz Bicycle Shop, gave them instructions on basic bike repair as well as how to change tires. The couple trained at Archdale Family Fitness. Jon and Ashley are thrilled about their journey, but know realistically they face challenges. They have promised to check in with their families frequently. “Our parents are supportive, but they’re worried,” said Ashley. During practice rides, Ashley fell and required surgery. Even packing for the trip was a challenge.

They carry saddlebag-like containers called panniers. Because of limited space in their panniers, Jon and Ashley spent two months carefully selecting their clothing and camping equipment. And then ... there’s the 30-mile incline to the Grand Canyon. “We don’t really know what we’re getting ourselves into,” Jon writes on the Web site. “We know this is going to be one of the hardest things we‘ve ever done. “But you know what, we can do it. The quote on the main page of our Web site is one from T.S. Eliot ‘Only those who risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.’ ” With planning and a little research and help from friends, Jon and Ashley are taking the steps to make a dream come true — one check at a time on the bucket list. “Even though we are a little afraid, we aren’t going to let fear rule our lives,” wrote Jon.

Want to follow Jon and Ashley? Jon Greer and Ashley Briggs of Trinity are pedaling from North Carolina to Florida to California to benefit Push America, a nonprofit which benefits children with special needs. Donations to Push America may be made from the Project Live Web site — “At the end of our trip, 10 percent of all the money donated from our Web site will be given to the Autism Society of America, and will specifically help families affected by autism,” Jon said. They want the community to follow their journey. “We will be documenting our trip on our Web site through means of pictures, videos, daily journals and a pretty detailed map of our route,” said Jon. “We will get the chance to share most of our experience with the world.” Readers may follow on the Project Live Web site at or follow Jonathan N’ Ashley on Facebook. “We will need encouragement in any form possible — a handshake, a “way to go” or anything,” said Jon. “If you know any way of helping us out let us know and it will

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Science fair names winners Trindale Elementary School announced the winners of its science fair. Overall science fair winners were third grader Lauren Whitman, who won tickets to the All Aflutter Butterfly Farm; fourth grader Tyler Moser, who won tickets to the Natural Science Center; and fifth grader Nick Hatfield, who won tickets to the N.C. Zoo. Five students in each grade were recognized with Honorable Mention awards: Kaylee Snellen, Matthew Owens, Jordan Gillispie, Scott Tyree, Shellie Carr, Caleb Howell, Taylor Jones, Lauren White, Katie Cunningham, Kandis Smith, Benjamin Clements, Halle Manring, Taylor Smith, Cheryl Dudley and Ashton Harmon. Event judges were Robert Flowers and Shannon Moser. All first graders recently enjoyed a railroad-themed story time with volunteer Train Host Pat Johnson from the N.C. Rails Division. Each child received a goodie bag and a Thomas the Tank Engine book, compliments of Communities In Schools. Early in March, National School Breakfast Week filled the cafeteria with hungry students hoping to be one of the two winners of a Nintendo DS. Melanie Soto-Perez and Buddy Harp were the lucky winners of the drawing. Makaela Hall, Jaylon Battles and Lia Whitaker won the Leprechaun Art Contest and received $10 prize money each to spend at the book fair. Top student sellers in the recent PTA fundraiser also won book fair gift certificates. Zoe Smith and Cheryl Dudley won $20 each and Joshua Trent and Victoria Alvarex won $10 each.

School menus April 5-9

Choose one entree and two vegetables or fruits. Fresh fruit and milk are available daily. MONDAY — Holiday. TUESDAY — Country style steak with roll, chicken tenders with roll, mashed potatoes, green peas, sliced peaches. WEDNESDAY — Spaghetti with whole wheat breadstick, turkey deli sandwich with lettuce, tomato and pickles, salad, steamed broccoli, mixed fruit. THURSDAY — Pizza, loaded baked potato with roll, salad, buttered corn, fruit crunch. FRIDAY — Toasted cheese sandwich, chicken fillet sandwich with lettuce, tomato and pickles, vegetable soup, veggie cup with ranch, sherbet.

Levi enhances art experience

Photo by Elizabeth Saunders

Heritage Arts Day, held March 19 at Trinity Elementary School, included an extra — a visit with Levi, a Great Dane. The art was the focus of photos in last week’s edition. In the photo left, Levi is just as curious about Taylor Gilmore, right, as she is about him. Corey Jones, left, a trainer with Southern Tails Dog School, shared Levi with students. Nick Martin, center, enjoyed petting the Great Dane with his teacher, Sheree Huffman. In the top photo, Tyler Ford enjoys petting Levi. Photo submitted

CIS partners with Rotary W

hen Joyce Metters decided to get her husband, Kenny, a flat screen TV for Father’s Day last year, she thought she was going to go to a ‘big box’ store and shell out ‘big bucks.’ STAFF REPORTS

Instead, she won Kenny’s gift in a drawing held by Communities In Schools of Randolph County. “My daughter thought the message they left on my answering machine (that I had won a TV) was a joke,” Joyce explained. “So I had to tell him before Father’s Day. He had a great Father’s Mark and Mary Jane Akerman of Archdale won the Apple Day!” This year, CIS iPod last year. is again sponsoring a drawing for a 55-inch flat screen TV and the Randolph Rotary Club’s new member committee is partnering with them. Tickets are $5 each or five tickets for $20. Rotarian David Whitaker explained that each club is expected to have a charitable project each year. This year, the group decided to support CIS’s BackPack Pals program. Proceeds from sales of those tickets will be so designated. Archdale’s Mark and Mary Jane Akerman were runners-up in last year’s drawing. They won an Apple iPod. This year’s second prize is a 10.1 Toshiba netbook. CIS will draw this year’s winners on Saturday, May 22, at the conclusion of their “Readin’, Writin’ and Ridin’” motorcycle event. For more information or tickets, contact Whitaker at 629-3250 (Able Signs) or CIS at 625-0008 or Joyce Metters hopes her husband does not expect a similar Father’s Day gift again this year. “But,” she says, “I am going to buy another ticket.”

Trinity Elementary’s ‘Pennies for Polar Bears’ raises $823

Student council members from Trinity Elementary raised funds to help build a new polar bear exhibit at the North Carolina Zoological Park in Asheboro. Their “Pennies for Polar Bears” service project raised $823. Student council president Elly Hicks presented the check to Stephanie Gee, membership director of the North Carolina Zoological Park. Members of the student council, not in order, are Ethan Bryan, Nathan Barker, Waleed Khan, Ana Wood, Elly Hicks, Michael Oak, Stephanie Gee, Lauren Bryant, Grace Nance, Ryan Young, Connor Stanley, Ryan Dykes, Delaney Brock, Abigail Williard, Emily Bryan, Aaron Talbert, Luke Brown, Jared Chadwell, Emma Godwin, Carlie Johnson and Cassie Yates. Photo submitted

Students earn honors


rinity High School’s Character Education Committee seeks to recognize those students who display commendable character, academic accomplishment or leadership. Based on nominations from teachers, three students are chosen each week. The recognized students are given a bag of “goodies” and their names are announced as the students of the week. Those recognized for the week of March 12 are Michael Cutts,Corey Isley and Stephanie Brooks.

Michael Cutts

Corey Isley

THS 1975 reunion May 1 The 1975 class of Trinity High School will hold its 35year reunion from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 1. The cost is $30 a person. Spouses and guests are invited. The planning committee must know a definite number of people who will come. Make checks payable to Pamellka Doby Saladino and mail to 421 Landsbury Drive, Waxhaw, NC 28173 or Helen Cooper Crouse, 301 Locksley Court, Thomasville, NC 27360, or hand deliver it to Archdale United Methodist Church, attention Tim Kennedy. Call Saladino at 1-704-814-9653.



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Sophia man faces multiple drug charges A Sophia man was arrested Monday by the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office for attempted murder and multiple drug charges. Deputies responded to a 911 hang-up call March 24 by a victim in the 4000 block Pearl Ave. in Sophia. Prior to officers arriving at the residence, the suspect fled in his vehicle. Officers with the N.C. Highway Patrol and sheriff’s office found the suspect about a mile from the residence where he was involved in a single vehicle accident. The man, identified as Mark Bumgarner II, 23, of 4065 Pearl Ave., was transported to the High Point Regional Hospital for treatment. During a search of his vehicle, deputies found 109 grams of marijuana, a double-barrel shotgun, 19 hydrocodone pills, eight alprazolam pills and a small amount of money. Bumgarner was released by the hospital before he could be arrested, deputies said. On Monday, he was placed in Randolph County Jail with no bond. He was charged with assault by strangulation, attempted first degree murder, felony possession of marijuana, possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, trafficking in opium and simple possession of a schedule IV controlled substance. DRUG POSSESSION Two Asheboro men were arrested March 26 on U.S. 64 in Asheboro for possession of drugs. Detectives with the Vice and Narcotics Units of the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office stopped and searched a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado truck and seized 159 hydrocodone pills, 294 oxycodone pills and a small amount of money. The truck was seized. In connection, Brian Keith Webster, 37, of 2135 Ross Harris Road, and Terry James Nicodemus, 31, of 446 Dawson Miller Road, were arrested. Webster was charged with three counts of trafficking in opium and Nicodemus with two counts of trafficking in opium. Both men were placed in the Randolph County Jail, Webster under a $300,000 secured bond and Nicodemus under a $100,000 secured bond. HOMES ENTERED A resident of the 4300 block of Plainfield Road, Sophia, reported March 23 the theft from his residence of 34 assorted medications. An Ivory Johnson 12gauge shotgun, valued at $200, was reported stolen March 18 from a resident in the 6300 block of Welborn Road, Trinity. A resident of the 6700 block of Rosewood Drive, Trinity, reported March 19 the theft of a helmet, valued at $300, and chess set, $300. A resident of the 5300 block of Hunts Knoll Lane,

was charged March 24 with maintaining a place for controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, manufacturing mari-



Archdale, reported March 20 the theft of a wallet, valued at $10; driver’s license; $160 in currency; credit card; and four medications. A gold necklace, valued at $500, and 1902 $5 gold coin, $600, were reported stolen March 19 from a residence in the 5600 block of Elmer Beeson Road, Archdale. A Sophia resident reported March 22 the theft from a residence in the 6000 block of Flint Hill Road, Sophia, of a television, valued at $250; DVD player, $50; and VCR, $50. Damage to a door was set at $200. Two televisions, valued at $1,900, were reported stolen March 23 from a residence in the 4100 block of Craven Pines Road, Sophia. Damages were set at $800 to a door. A resident of the 5500 block of Robbins Country Road, Trinity, reported March 24 the theft of a television, coins and watches, values undisclosed; two pistols, $425; and currency, $280. A resident of the 1700 block of Tabernacle Church Road, Trinity, reported March 23 the theft of a Taurus .38 caliber pistol, valued at $350; laptop computer bag, $35; 12-15 keys to quarter machines, $1,000; $800 in quarters and currency; and snowman tin, $1. PROPERTY DAMAGED An employee of Williams Utilities of Wilson reported March 20 that someone damaged a Volvo front end loader while it was parked in the 1800 block of U.S. 220 Bypass in Randleman. Damages were set at $1,000. A bucket for the loader, valued at $9,000, was also stolen. A resident of the 4100 block of Beckerdite Road, Sophia, reported March 23 that someone damaged a door and screen on his residence. Damage was set at $840. FRAUD An Archdale man reported March 18 that someone fraudulently obtained $807.52 from his bank account. CHARGES FILED Rebekah Susannah Blackburn, 20, of 6216 Old Mendenhall Road, High Point, was charged March 19 with making a harassing phone call. Sandra Kay Burchfield, 53, of 4144 Carlton Drive, Sophia, was charged March 24 with communicating threats. Jeffrey Fred Cagle Jr., 21, of 1884 Hoover Hill Road, Asheboro, was charged

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juana, felony possession of marijuana and trafficking in opium or heroin. Teresa Jones Smith, 50, of 807-1 Hoover St., Asheboro, was charged March 21 with possession of stolen

property and misdemeanor larceny. Amy Christine Tournas, 38, of 5678 Riverside Acres Court, Trinity, was charged March 25 with violation of school attendance law.


March 24 with driving while license revoked. Brenda Lee Curiel, 37, of 6074-5 Gilbert Davis Drive, Randleman, was charged March 24 with assault and battery. Brian Keith Ewing Jr., 22, of 5339 Rampey St., Trinity, was charged March 25 with injury to personal property and unauthorized use of motor vehicle. Rickie Marvin Griffin, 50, of 5409 Covered Bridge Road, Trinity, was charged March 25 with misuse of 911 system. George Edward Harris, 32, of Ramseur, was charged March 21 with a probation violation. Maria Ellen Henderson, 42, of 3913 Pearl Ave., Sophia, was charged March 24 with driving while license revoked. Eric Reynolds Houston, 24, of 7232 Magnolia Lane, Randleman, was charged March 21 with breaking and entering, possession of stolen property and larceny after breaking and entering. Bobby Dale Jones Jr., 30, of 3135 Beckerdite Road, Sophia, was charged March 25 with communicating threats. Henry Russell Mallory, 58, of 807 Hoover St., Asheboro, was charged March 21 with possession of stolen property and misdemeanor larceny. Kimberly Foy O’Brien, 43, of 1170 Thayer Road, Trinity, was charged March 23 with failure to appear on charges alleging permitting operation of a vehicle without insurance and allowing an unlicensed driver to drive. Brad Corum Rose, 17, of 5689 Gallimore Town Road, Trinity, was charged March 24 with maintaining a place for controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and manufacturing marijuana. Stephen Alexander Rose, 21, of 5689 Gallimore Town Road, Trinity,

RCC sets concealed carry class Randolph Community College will offer two levels of concealed carry handgun courses. The fee is $47. The 12-hour class is scheduled for April 8 and 10. The Thursday class will meet from 6 to 10 p.m. The Saturday class will meet from 8 5 p.m. An eight-hour class is set from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, May 1. A 12-hour women’s only concealed carry class has been scheduled in May. More more information, call 633-4165.

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Properties vandalized with spray paint While on patrol, Archdale police officers found someone had spray painted the letter “B� on several things in the Frazier and Main Street areas. The vandalisms were found Friday and Saturday, March 19 and 20. At 9:55 p.m. Friday, officers found the front door of Ken Sykes Photography, 10301-B N. Main St. vandalized. Damage was estimated at $200. About 10:30 p.m. Friday, officers found vandalism on an outbuilding door at First Baptist Church, 10607 N. Main St. Damage was estimated at $100. O’Reilly Auto Parts at 10407 N. Main St. reported damage to a 2008 Ford Ranger truck, vandalized with red spray paint, at about $200. Officers found this damage about 10:44 p.m. Friday. At 3:19 a.m. Saturday, officers found that a mailbox in the 100 block of Frazier Street had been vandalized. Damage was estimated at $50. About 3:47 a.m. Saturday, officers found that a direction street sign at Goodman Street and Luck Drive had been vandalized. Damage was estimated at $50. At 6:20 p.m. Saturday, officers found that a traffic control switch box at Main Street and Interstate 85 had been vandalized. Damage was estimated at $100. An additional incident may be connected to these vandalisms, police said. An officer on patrol about 10:20 p.m. Friday found that a white 2006 Saturn parked in the 1500

block of Chelsea Square had been vandalized with a red line spray painted across the rear. Damage was set at $100. THEFT A resident of the 300 block of Kersey Drive reported March 24 that a written prescription for Percocet was missing from his van. The resident told officers he allowed a woman to sleep in the van and sometime during the night she called him stating she was driving the van elsewhere. She called later stating the van was out of gas and parked at William’s Grocery. He retrieved the van, which was not out of gas, and parked it at his residence. When he checked the contents of the van, he found the prescription was missing from a pocket in the driver’s door. VEHICLE DAMAGED A resident of the 3700 block of Luck Drive reported March 19 that when she went outside her residence she noticed three men and a woman on her property. The resident entered into a verbal altercation with one of the suspects. When the resident told them that police were on their way, the four fled. The resident found the door on her 1993 GMC Sierra had been damaged. Damage was set at $200. IDENTITY THEFT An Archdale woman reported March 24 that someone was using her identity for employment purposes. TIRES DAMAGED A resident of the 100 block of Mae Matilda Court

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reported March 21 that someone cut the two rear tires, valued at $220, on his 1999 Jeep Cherokee. VEHICLES ENTERED A resident of the 600 block of Eden Terrace reported March 22 that someone broke into his 1990 Ford Ranger and a 2001 Ford tow truck owned by Jerry Lee’s Towing. Items stolen from the vehicles included a driver’s license; $130 in currency; medication; stereo, $150; assorted keys, $10; debit and credit cards; global positioning system, $200; and two gas cards. A Sophia woman reported March 25 that while she and two juveniles were in CVS, someone stole two purses from her 2005 Honda Civic. The woman told the officer they had left CVS to eat at Wendy’s and then noticed that the purses missing. The three spoke with a CVS representative who checked a video surveillance of the parking lot. A suspect was seen removing the purses from the vehicle. CHARGES FILED Hieu Van Dinh, 21, of 515 Warbler Court, High Point, was charged March 23 with simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Le Van Pham, 24, of 2226 Chambers Court, High Point, was charged March 23 with simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Daniel O’Brian McClure, 19, of 128 Columbus Ave., was charged March 24 with larceny and shoplifting, both out of High Point, and failure to appear out of Davidson County. James Harvey Herron

III, 19, of 1912 Brookwood Circle, was charged March 20 with failure to appear, rear vehicle lamps violation, displaying a revoked tag and expired inspection.

Charles Jeffrey Bryant, 46, was charged by citation March 20 with driving while license revoked. Bruce Earl Edgerton, 33, was charged by cita-

tion March 20 with driving while license revoked. Dustin Earl Sims, 23, was charged by citation March 23 with driving while license revoked.

Scholarship honors Shaw and Skeen The Randolph County Republican Women will present two scholarships to honor the service of former Register of Deeds Ann Shaw and former Clerk of Court Lynda Skeen. Both were long-time members of the organization. The two $500 scholarships will be pre-

sented to two Randolph County seniors who plan to pursue a degree at an accredited college or professional trade school. Applications have been sent to schools. The deadline is April 30. For more information, contact a high school counselor or Ann Shaw at 629-2762.

RCC sets April classes The following educational programs are scheduled to begin at the Archdale Center April 4-10. Call 862-7980. Internet and E-Mail: from 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, April 6 -22. The $67 fee is exempt for anyone 65 or older. GED classes are offered each month for both morning and evening sessions. Ed2go online classes are offered each month. Visit www.ed2go/rcc2go. Enrollment is open to anyone 18 years of age or older. Students do not have to be Randolph County residents.

Concealed carry class April 3 Gary Lewallen, former Archdale Chief of Police, will hold a concealed carry handgun class at the Guil-Rand Department from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 3. The cost is $70. Register at Archdale Ammo & Arms by calling 434-1522.

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Obituaries Donald Hutchinson .. Archdale Leon D. Shirley ... Randleman David C. Steed ......... Sophia

Laura Welch ............... Trinity Joel Williams ...... High Point Dale W. Winchester ... Trinity

Joel Williams

Joel E. Williams, 83, of 806 W. Parkway Ave., High Point, died Thursday, March 25, 2010, at the Hospice Home. He was born Dec. 3l, l926 in High Point, a son of Alexander Eugene and Hazel Trogdon Williams. He graduated as valedictorian from Trinity High School. He attended High Point College. After induction into the U.S. Army, he studied Japanese at the University of Pennsylvania before completing his tour of duty in Japan. He was the owner of Williams’ Flowers in High Point from 1971 until January 2009. He served as the director of the choirs at Archdale United Methodist Church for 30 years and was a member of the Archdale-Trinity Lions Club. He served on the planning team and later became a member of the first Archdale City Council. He was an active member of Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church. On April 26, l972, he was married to Marcia Manville, who survives of the home. Also surviving are children, Gregory Williams and wife Angela of Mocksville, Gary Williams of Raleigh, Wendy Millard and husband John of Lexington, Heidi Greeson and husband Craig of Mt. Pleasant; eight grandchildren; two brothers, Arthur Williams and wife Pansy of Jamestown and Max Williams and wife Sarah of Oak Island; and sister-in-law and brother-inlaw Ken and Margie Gortsema of Grangeville, Idaho. A funeral service was conducted Tuesday, March 30, at Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, by the Reverends Ashley Crowder Stanley, David Howard, Barry P. Osborne and Joel T. Key. Interment with military rites by the Randolph County Honor Guard followed in the Floral Garden Park Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the Joel E. Williams Memorial Fund, Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, 1225 Chestnut Drive, High Point, NC 27262; or Hospice of the Piedmont, l80l Westchester Drive, High Point, NC 27262. Online condolences may be made at

Dale W. Winchester Dale Warren Winchester, 46, of Trinity, died Tuesday, March 23, 2010, at High Point Regional Hospital. He was born Dec. 5, 1963, in Shelby. He is survived by his wife, Sylvia Winchester; daughter, Laura Winchester; siblings, twin sister Gayle Winchester, Larry Debty, Patricia Debty, Jean Kuykendall, Willard Debty and Kathy Spaulding; and stepsons, Dempsy and Junior. A memorial service was held Monday, March 29, at Friendly Gospel Church in Thomasville. Thomasville Funeral Home handled the arrangements.

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Laura Welch

David C. Steed

Laura Ruth Goins Welch, 82, of Trinity, died Friday, March 26, 2010, at Hospice Home at High Point. Born May 21, 1927, in Guilford County, she was the daughter of the late Nuel Lindsay and Cora Emma Shelton Goins. She was a member of Southside Baptist Church in High Point. She had worked for Mirro Products and retired from Green Street Baptist Church, where she worked in the food service ministry. On March 1, 1947, she was married to Jack Welch Sr., who survives of the home. Also surviving are two sons, Jack Welch Jr. and wife Sharon and Lindsay Welch, all of Trinity; two grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; a brother, Cecil Goins and wife Lucille of Trinity; and several nieces, including caregiver Glenda Henderson. The funeral was held Tuesday, March 30, at Southside Baptist Church in High Point, officiated by the Rev. Taylor Humphries and the Rev. C.W. Moss. Entombment followed in the Floral Garden Memorial Park mausoleum. Cumby Family Funeral Service in Archdale assisted the family. Memorial contributions may be directed to Hospice of the Piedmont, 1801 Westchester Drive, High Point, NC 27262; or to Southside Baptist Church, 2515 Bellemeade St., High Point, NC 27263.

David Cleo Steed, 92, of Sophia, died Monday, March 22, 2010, at Hospice Home at High Point. He was born Jan. 27, 1918, in Randolph County, to James and Elizabeth Davis Steed. He was a retired selfemployed dairy farmer and was a founding member of Gospel Baptist Church. He was married to Etoyal Beeson Steed, who preceded him in death in 2005. Surviving are two sons, Sherrill Steed and wife Maria of Palm City, Fla. and Ken Steed and wife Sandy of Edgar Springs, Mo.; two grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a great-great-granddaughter; and a sister, Juanita Loflin of Trinity. The funeral was held Wednesday, March 24, at Gospel Baptist Church, by the Rev. Tim White and the Rev. Frank Gribble. Interment was in Floral Garden Memorial Park. Cumby Family Funeral Service in Archdale assisted. Memorials may be directed to Gospel Baptist Church, 9042 U.S. Hwy. 311, Archdale, NC 27263.

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Donald Hutchinson Donald Vernon Hutchinson, 20, of Archdale, died Thursday, March 25, 2010, at his residence. He was born Sept. 12, 1989, in Guilford County. He attended Gospel Way Baptist Church in Archdale. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Bob Aleshire. Survivors include his mother, Sandra Hutchinson of Thomasville; his father, Donald Wayne Hutchinson and wife Betty of High Point; maternal grandmother, Peggy Aleshire of Archdale; paternal grandmother, Doris Hutchinson of High Point; and aunt and uncle, Sherry and David Whitt of Archdale. A memorial service was held Tuesday, March 30, at Gospel Way Baptist Church in Archdale, officiated by the Rev. Danny McMahan and the Rev. Rick Vestal. Cumby Family Funeral Service in Archdale assisted the family.

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Leon D. Shirley

Leon Delano Shirley, 71, of 615 Mount Shepherd Road, Lot No. 2, Randleman, died Sunday, March 28, 2010, at his home. He was born Dec. 9, 1938, the son of Henry and Callie Park Shirley. He was a native of Asheboro and a U.S. Army veteran. He formerly attended Fellowship Baptist Church. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son, Lee Shirley; a sister, Janice Norris; and a brother, Henry Shirley. He is survived by sons, Gregory Shirley and wife Lisa of Loganville, Ga. and Steve Shirley and wife Kris of Trinity; brothers, Arnold Shirley and wife Jean of Asheboro and Phillip Shirley and wife Brenda of Marietta, Ga.; and three grandsons. The funeral was held Tuesday, March 30, at Pugh Funeral Home Chapel in Randleman, with Bill Harris and Greg Banks officiating. Online condolences may be made at

Hospice offers support groups Hospice of the Piedmont has scheduled three grief support groups beginning in April. These programs focus on helping adults cope with the death of a loved one in a confidential, small group setting. • Death of a parent, sibling or close friend group meets from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Mondays, April 19 through May 24. • Remembering my child group meets from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Thursdays, April 22 through May 27.

• Death of a spouse group will meet from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Mondays, April 26 through May 31. All support groups meet at Hospice of the Piedmont, 1801 Westchester Drive in High Point. The groups are free and are open to anyone. Registration and a pre-group interview are required. Call 889-8446 to register.

Headache program topic April 29 Dr. Keith Miller, a neurologist at Johnson Neurological Clinic, will host the next Concerning Women event, “2010 Headache Update,� sponsored by High Point Regional Health System.

The program will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 29, at Millis Regional Health Education Center, 600 N. Elm St. in High Point. To register, call 878-6888.

Heritage classes offered in April The Heritage Research Center at High Point Public Library will offer the following classes in April. Introduction to from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, in the PCC Training Lab on the second floor. Footnote. com has become the premier place for original historical documents online, through a partnership with the National Archives. Many of the collections are helpful for genealogists, including Southern Claims Commission records, unabridged Revolutionary War pension applications, postCivil War presidential pardons and Indian claims. This tour of the newest electronic resource is limited to five participants. Preregister by calling 883-3637 or e-mail How to Preserve Your Heritage Photographs: from 2 to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 10, in the Research Services Program

Room on the third floor. Elizabeth Saunders, genealogist, author and staff writer for the Archdale-Trinity News, will provide an overview of the different types of old photographs and information about how to handle, store and share them. She also will discuss strategies for identifying ancestors in old pictures. Introduction to HeritageQuest: from 10 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 21, in the PCC Training Lab on the second floor. HeritageQuest is available to all North Carolina library card holders from home and contains useful resources for the genealogist, including a census search and browse function, abbreviated Revolutionary War pension files, PERSI, published genealogies, U.S. Serials Set and Freedman’s Bank Records. The class is limited to five participants. Preregister by calling 883-3637 or e-mail

Exercise class targets low-back pain The Fitness Center at High Point Regional Health System will offer a progressive exercise class designed to help alleviate or prevent low back discomfort. The four-week class will meet from 7:15 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning April 6. The cost is $45 for members of the Fitness Center and High Point Regional employees and $60 for nonmembers. A series of exercises will be taught which isolate the key muscle groups responsible for low back stability. In addition to wearing loosefitted clothing, participants must be able to get up and down off the floor as most exercises are performed while on an exercise mat. A handout will be provided so that the program can be continued at home. Back safety tips are also discussed. The Fitness Center is at High Point Regional Health System, 601 N. Elm St. in High Point. Call 878-6221 to sign-up or for more information.

K?8EBPFL We celebrated our 2nd Anniversary in March and I would like to Thank all of you for your support, kind words and word of mouth advertising. I hope I can remain your local Florist for many years to come.

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Local businesses support Gala


rchdale-Trinity businesses have plunked down the goods for The Randolph County Partnership for Children’s Gala for the Children.

The fundraising event will be held at the farm of Kyle and Pattie Petty in Trinity on Saturday, April 10. The evening includes a live and silent auction with a variety of unique items — many of them from Archdale-Trinity supporters. Donations have come from Memory Lane Portraits, authors Gail Cauble Gurley and Pam Cable, artists Cara Bevan and Gina Brown, Ashley Stone Photography, Beck and Call, Tickled Pink Kids Spa, Make-It-Mine, Queen Bee, Mama Laura’s Chocolates, Renee’s Flower

Shop, Shady Ladies, Archdale Bakery, Tabby’s Salon, Kimberly’s Salon, Massage Therapy, A Therapeutic Touch and April’s Place. The 2010 Gala for the Children Barnyard Dance will feature dinner, dancing and live music. Sponsorships and tickets are available through the Partnership for Children and must be purchased in advance. To become a sponsor or purchase tickets, contact Elizabeth Glessner at 629-2128 ext. 12 or The Randolph County Partnership for Children, a nonprofit organization, is the community’s lead organization for young children and their families. The Partnership for Children is a United Way of Randolph County agency.

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Hailing from the isle of Crete in Greece, Kostas Tournas spent two years in the Greek Army, studied Textile Management, Marketing and Pharmacy, can speak ďŹ ve languages, but the restaurant business was in his blood. “I love what I do and I like to talk with customers when they are here-they are like my family,â€? Kostas said. He and his wife Amy Tournas are looking forward to another year of providing affordable, home style cooking and incredible salad bar selections Now Introducing for their customers. “We are so thankful for the support and business they give us,â€? Amy said, “and we are grateful for the opportunity Daily Lunch Specials under $7 to be a part of this Archdale comServing Salads, Soups, Sandwiches, munity!â€? Amy & Kostas reside in Burgers, Pasta’s, Seafood, Beef, Lamb and more! Trinity with their three children; Serving Aquarius Favorites and Jessica, Cody and Jacob and three StillNew oSo Delicious Favorites: dogs; Tanner, Pepito and Achilles. s0RIME2IBs4HAI3HRIMP There are new and exciting menu s"OURBON2IBEYEs0ANTHER#HICKEN#LUB items on the horizon for Kostas Family Restaurant including Charbroiled Steak specials starting with a 10 oz. Ribeye for $8.99 and a 12 oz. T-Bone for only $11.99!! sOPENs However, some things will be stay,UNCH$INNER-ONDAY &RIDAY ing just the way you like them and $INNER/NLYON3ATURDAYS that’s the wonderful selection, fresh .EW/UTDOOR0ATIOs0RIVATEO3O2OOM Call for Details unique items and affordability of 4INSLEY$RIVE (IGH0OINT .# the Salad Bar, the Weekend Sea   off Eastchester before Skeet Club/Wendover behind food Buffet and the Sunday Buffet Located Biscuitville in the old Aquaria Seafood Grill location including Pasta. 3AM'IANOPOULOS3PIRO3TRATES0ETE3TRATES*IMMY3TRATES Amy and Kostas would like to invite you in for the following specials available throughout the month of Serving the Triad Area since 1987 April: $AILY3PECIALS Monday thru Friday Breakfast SpeMONDAY - 10 inch Steak & Cheese Sub TUESDAY - 10 inch Ham & Cheese Sub cial featuring 2 eggs, bacon, grits, WEDNESDAY - Gyro on Pita THURSDAY - Large Julienne Salad gravy or hashbrowns for only $2.99 FRIDAY - 10 inch Philly Steak & Cheese SAT A URDAY - 10 inch Cheeseburger Sub or the Monday thru Friday Lunch ONLY L $4.69 includes 20oz. drink Special featuring Baked Spaghetti, 0ITASs7RAPS a one trip salad bar and bread for only $7.99!!


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Having qualified as Administrator CTA of the Estate of Phyllis H. Butler, late of Randleman, Randolph County, North Carolina, the undersigned does hereby notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against the estate of said decedent to exhibit them to the undersigned at the address below on or before the 17th day of June, 2010, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, firms and corporations indebted to the said estate will please amek immediate payment to the undersigned.

This the 10th March, 2010.



Donald Wayne Butler, Administrator CTA Estate of Phyllis H. Butler P.O. Box 1550 High Point, NC 27261 Roberson Haworth & Reese, P.L.L.C Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Suite 300 High Point Bank & Trust Bldg. Post Office Box 1550 High Point, NC 27261 March 18, 25, 2010 April 1, 8, 2010 Make your classified ads work harder for you with features like Bolding, Ad Borders & eye-catching graphics

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THE UNDERSIGNED, having qualified as Executrix of the Estate of INA H. KERSEY, deceased, hereby notifies all persons, firms and corporations having claims against said Estate to present t h e m t o t h e undersigned on or before JUNE 14, 2010, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons, f i r m s a n d c o r p o r a t i o n s indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 9th March, 2010.



Melinda Lynn Plmmer, Executrix


Linda Hamel Co-Administrator of the Estate of Reatha Teresa Caulder 118 Red Kirby King, NC 27021 Clarence L. Small Co-Administrator of the Estate of Reatha Teresa Caulder 4405 Knollwood Drive Archdale, NC 27263 March 11, 18, April 1, 2010



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Clinical Team Leader: FT position for RN with strong leadership abilities to manage the home health and hospice nursing home teams. The qualified candidate will have home health/and or hospice experience as well as strong organizational skills, communication skills and the ability to motivate and lead staff. Please mail/fax resume to: Hospice of Randolph County, 416 Vision Drive, Asheboro NC 27203 FAX: (336) 672-0868 ATTN: Human Resources or Apply online at It;s all in here today!! The Classifieds


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Hiring Servers and Line Cooks, Apply in Person: Fri, Sat & Sun 9-11am or 3-6pm. 920 R a n d o l p h S t , Thomasville. Kitchen help needed, apply between 9a2pm at Kepley’s BBQ 1304 N. Main St. HP. Waitstaff experience wa n te d a t A u st in ’s Restaurant- 2448 N. Main St. HP

a bright future awaits! Our busy DentalWorks practice in High Point is seeking professionals with a good personality and customer service skills.

Cemetery Plots/Crypts

2 Plots at Floral Gardens Section S, Value $3200, Selling $2900 ea. 336-240-3629 Floral Garden, 2 plots. Sells for $6400 asking $5000. Call 610-698-7056 Nice 1 Grave Plot Section G, in Floral Gardens Cemetery. $1200. 431-2346



NORTH CAROLINA RANDOLPH COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE UNDERSIGNED, having qualified as Executor of the Estate of Lullian Davis Cagle, deceased late of Randolph County, this is to notify all persons, firms, and corporations having claims against said Estate to present t h e m t o t h e undersigned on or before the 25th day of June, 2010, or this Notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate please make immediate payment to the undersigned.

THE UNDERSIGNED, having qualified as Executor of the Estate of Susan Joan Clark, deceased late of Randolph County, this is to notify all persons, firms, and corporations having claims against said Estate to present t h e m t o t h e undersigned on or before the 14th day of June, 2010, or this Notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 11th March, 2010.


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James F. Morgan, ATTORNEY MORGAN, HERRING, MORGAN, GREEN & ROSENBLUTT, PO Box 2756 High Point, NC 27261 March 11, 18, April 1, 2010.

THE UNDERSIGNED, having qualified as Co-Administrator’s of the Estate of Reatha Teresa Caulder, deceased late of Randolph County, this is to notify all persons, f i r m s , a n d corporations having claims against said Estate to present t h e m t o t h e undersigned on or before the 14th day of June, 2010, or this Notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 11th March, 2010.






32 hour FT position for RN providing direct patient care for children with chronic and life limiting illness. The qualified candidate will have acute care pediatric experience, ability to work collaboratively within the interdisciplinary team and communicate effectively with referral sources and families.

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Mobile Homes/Spaces

2br Mobile Home for rent, Archdale/Cedar Sq uare are a. $450. per mo., 625-5316

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1st week 1/2 price. Fully furnished. All utilities. $100. in High Point. Call 848-2689

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For Sale 6 week old Blue Pit Bull puppies, 6 F, 2 M, $250. each. Call 471-6461

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Cash 4 riding mower needing repair or free removal if unwanted & scrap metal 882-4354

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Archdale, Trinity escape storm damage T

he Archdale-Trinity area was relatively unaffected by a severe thunderstorm Sunday evening, while a category F3 tornado touched down in nearby High Point. BY DEBBIE HIGHTOWER According to the National Weather Service, just under an inch and a half of rain fell in Archdale on Sunday, mostly during the evening and night hours. While area residents reported high winds and hail, Guil-Rand Fire and Archdale Police departments did not receive any storm-related calls. After visiting the High Point area Monday morning, crews from the National Weather Service confirmed an F3 Tornado touched down near Johnson Street in High Point. The Fujita or F-scale rates tornado intensity, based on the damage tornadoes inflict on vegetation and structures. According to the weather service, speeds

SerCo club needs ‘stuff ’ The SerCo Club needs items for a yard sale April 24, at First Baptist Church of Archdale at the corner of Main and Frazier streets. All proceeds will benefit the club’s

hit 130 mph during the storm. A spokesperson for the National Weather Service said the tornado was upgraded to an F3 after further investigation. Guilford County Emergency Manager confirmed 20 structures were damaged by high winds following reports of a tornado sighted near Green Street Baptist Church on Rotary Drive at 7:27 p.m. Sunday. There was extensive tree damage and roofs were ripped off several buildings near the intersection of Old Mill and Skeet Club roads in High Point. Heavy rains caused flash flooding in the East Fork area of Deep River, five miles northeast of High Point. Duke Energy reported as many as 1,600 reported power outages in Guilford County Sunday night. Multiple tornadoes were reported in the Piedmont area Sunday. In addition to Guilford County, storm damage in Davidson, Gaston and Person counties is under investigation by the National Weather Service.

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Civil War re-enactment April 10 and 11

A Civil War re-enactment in Trinity will depict the final surrender of Gen. William Hardee. The event will be held Saturday and Sunday, April 10 and 11, at the Albertson House, 4924 Meadowbrook Road in Trinity. The camp will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. Two battles will be re-enacted Saturday and one Sunday. A mid-morning worship service will be held Sunday. Visitors may tour a field hospital and stroll through the camps to experience soldier life.

At the time of surrender, Confederate Gen. William Hardee was camped at Trinity College (now the site of Braxton Craven School) with 20,000 soldiers and 7,000 horses spread over six miles along the road leading to Archdale. Gen. Hardee was in charge of the Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida and had slowed Union Gen. William T. Sherman’s March to the Sea by delaying Sherman at Savannah. Hardee later joined Gen. Joseph Johnston at the Battle of Bentonville and


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surrendered at Trinity when he learned that Johnston was negotiating surrender at Bennett Place in Durham. The event is a project of Friends of Trinity. For more information, call 472-8207.

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