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Saturday, November 7, 2009

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Jason Hedrick of Hedrick Builders and his construction team will work to build a dream home for a Triad family as part of the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition show.

An ordinary Wednesday license check turned out to be anything but routine when a man fled police and nearly crashed his van into a house. Timothy Wayne Jarvis, 35, of 215 Lori Belle Lane in Lexington, was arrested and is facing multiple charges for leading police on a chase that ended with the suspect jumping from a moving vehicle to avoid capture after he ran through a checkpoint. Jarvis is charged with

Home makeover team, volunteers gear up BY KARISSA MINN Staff Writer

Nearly 400 builders, volunteers and supporters gathered in Lexington on Friday to prepare to change a neighboring family’s life. Hedrick Creative Building hosted the volunteer rally at Reeds Baptist Church. The Lexington company has been chosen to build a house for a Triad family in need as a part of ABC’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.” Owner Jason Hedrick said that when he first received the call asking him to be a part of the show, he thought someone might be playing a trick on him. Once he found out it was real, he knew he had to say yes.

“There’s no way I could not be involved with this,” he said. “This is such a great opportunity to help a neighbor. It’s going to lift the local spirit and bring our small community together.” On Wednesday, Nov. 11, one family in the Triad will answer a knock on their door by team leader Ty Pennington and a group of designers. The family will be sent on a vacation and will return in a week to find their dream home. Right now, five area families are in the running for the extreme home makeover. “We look for heroes — people who inspire the community and give back every day,” said Conrad Ricketts, the show’s executive producer. Ricketts said that of the 165

times he’s spoken at volunteer pep rallies over the past seven years, Friday’s event had one of the largest turnouts. He said that no one has failed to finish a house for the chosen family. “Everyone is going to say, ‘It’s impossible. You can’t build a quality house in a week,’” Ricketts said. “Well, thousands of people who don’t know each other and have never met this family are going to come together and make the impossible happen.” The existing house will be demolished on Thursday, Nov. 12. The next day, there will be a tent set up for spectators to watch the build. Builders and designers will work for 106 straight hours,

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driving with a revoked license, having an open container in his vehicle, careless and reckless driving, failing to heed to blue lights and siren, resisting a public officer, felony fleeing to elude capSwaim ture and assault on a government official. “This happens quite often,” Sheriff David Grice

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Teacher surprises school with contest winnings BY ELIOT DUKE Staff Writer Spanish teacher Vivian Dulcey sat in Liberty Drive Elementary School’s library Tuesday afternoon looking like the Cheshire Cat. As her colleagues waited for a staff meeting to begin, Dulcey knew she had news that would cause quite the stir and she would finally be able to let it out of the bag. Dulcey’s disclosure garnered plenty of applause as LDE Principal Benjie Brown announced that she had won $1,000 through a nationwide drawing. The winnings

come at a perfect time for Dulcey, who also said she is expecting a baby in May. “It’s the first time I’ve won something,” Dulcey said. “I cried when I found out because I couldn’t believe it.” Not only did Dulcey win a grand for herself, Horace Mann, the drawing’s sponsor company, also awarded $1,000 to her school. Being Dulcey, a native of Colombia, South America, works at both LDE and Thomasville Primary School teaching Spanish, she decided to split the check in half

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Digital Library visits Thomasville BY KARISSA MINN Staff Writer

Davidson County residents got the chance to learn about library downloads inside a 74-foot, hightech tractor-trailer on Tuesday. As part of its nationwide journey, the Digital Bookmobile stopped in the parking lot of Thomasville’s Big Chair for an afternoon. Inside its six learning areas, readers of all ages could browse the library’s download Web site on computer stations, learn how to download, test compatible devices and sample digital eBooks, audiobooks, music and video. The Davidson County Public

Library system was one of the founding members of the North Carolina Digital Library, said Director Ruth Ann Copley. It also is a customer of OverDrive, a full-service digital distributor of e-books, audiobooks, music and video. The company is powering the library’s “virtual branch,” and it brought the Digital Bookmobile to Thomasville for its first stop in North Carolina. “It’s been very popular,” Copley said. “We’ve been getting a lot of questions from people.” Laurie Tebbenkamp, of Thomasville, said that she mostly reads fiction books from the library. As she toured the Digital Bookmobile, she wanted to learn how to

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digitally check out audiobooks for her car trips. “I take out CDs, so I’m wanting to know what else I could do, because I don’t own an iPod,” Tebbencamp said. “I’m very excited.” Many digital titles can be burned to CD, depending on publisher permissions. Supported mobile devices include the iPod, the Zune, the Sony Reader, PDAs, smartphones and most mp3 players. People also can read and listen to books on their computers. To download books, patrons can either come to a library download station or install the OverDrive

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What’s happening? Annual Craft Fair

Thomasville Parks and Recreation Department will hold its annual Craft Fair today at Central Recreation Center from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Exhibiting will be local craftsmen from the Piedmont Triad Area. Food and drinks will be sold by the Thomasville Senior Citizen’s Club. There is no admission fee and door prizes will be drawn throughout the day. The recreation center is located at 205 E. Main St.

Loose leaf collection

The City of Thomasville will begin Loose Leaf Collection on Monday, Nov. 9. Please rake all leaves to the curb free of any debris (i.e. rocks,trash, limbs). If leaves are mixed with any debris, they will not be collected. Pursuant to solid waste code; section 66-4; leaves should be kept out of the street so as not to impede traffic flow.

Lexington Youth Theatre presents Cinderella

Lexington Youth Theatre is proud to celebrate its 25th season with the production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella, the Enchanted Edition. Performances will be held today and Sunday at the Edward C. Smith Civic Center (217 South Main St.) in beautiful downtown Lexington. Performance times are today at 3 and 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. The cast will feature over 90 young performers in grades K-12 and includes some of the area’s best local talent. Come and watch mice turn into horses, the pumpkin turn into a carriage, and

Cinderella transform from rags to a beautiful ball gown. Tickets are $8 pre-sale or $10 at the door plus a can of food for local charities. Tickets are available from cast members, the Smith Civic Center office (336) 249-7875 or on the Web site at www. lexingtonyouththeatreinc.com.

Fall concert As part of its Fall Concert Series celebrating African and African-American music, Old Salem Museums & Gardens will host a free concert at 3 p.m. today at Historic St. Philips Church, 911 S. Church St. The concert features the Winston-Salem State University Choir, which will provide performances of gospel music, Negro spirituals and South African arrangements. A reception in the reconstructed Log Church follows. The fall concert series is supported by a generous grant from the Morris and Lillian Sosnik Memorial Fund of The Winston-Salem Foundation. WSNC radio, 90.5 Listener Supported Radio (Jazz & NPR News) is collaborating with Old Salem to bring the Fall Concert Series to Winston-Salem.

Retired School Personnel meeting The Thomasville Unit of Retired School Personnel will meet on Thursday, Nov. 12 at 11:15 a.m. at Loflin’s Restaurant, Randolph Street. Retired Police Chief Ronald Bratton will speak to the group. Members are reminded to bring canned goods; these will be given to the Thomasville Times Community Food Challenge. Members also are asked to bring their completed Volunteer Hours form to the meeting.

Sleep apnea session High Point Regional Health System Fitness Center will hold a free session on sleep apnea on Friday, Nov. 13 at noon. The event, which is part of a monthly educational series, “Medical Matters,” will teach participants about sleep disorders, signs and symptoms, how it’s diagnosed and treatment options. The Fitness Center is located at 601 N. Elm St in High Point. Meeting will be in the Seating is limited. Call (336) 878-6221 for a reservation.

Gumtree spaghetti dinner The Gumtree Fire and Rescue Auxiliary will sponsor a spaghetti dinner as a fundraiser on Saturday, Nov. 14 from 4 to 7 p.m. The adult dinner is $7 per person; senior citizen’s dinner (65 and older) is $6 per person; child’s dinner (12 and under) $4. HOpt dogs will be available for $1 earch. All takeout orders are $7. Extra salad, dessert or bread (2 slives) is $1 each. The meal includes all you can eat of salad, spaghetti, bread, dessert, tea or coffee. Proceeds will be used to buy items for firefighters and rescue squad members.

keynote speaker. Hospice of DC volunteers and the community are invited to attend. For reservations, call 475-5444. A minimal fee of $10 will be charged to help offset food costs.

Annual meeting

North Lexington Triangle Volunteer Fire Department will hold its annual meeting Nov. 17 at the fire station at 7 p.m. The station is located at 2976 Greensboro St. Ext., across from Lexington Water Works. After the business meeting there will be door prizes and refreshments.

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Roy’s Folks Crafts Fair The Ninth annual Roy’s Folks Crafts Fair will be held Friday, Nov. 20 at the Loft at Union Square located at 410 English Road in High Point. The event will run from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. The fair features more than 45 vendors, all who have been featured on one of FOX8’s “Roy’s Folks” segments. The crafts range from handmade yo-yo’s, to rocking chairs, jewelry, pottery, fine art, along with copper, glass and metal artistry, just to name a few. Admission is $3 for adults, $1 for seniors, and children get in free. There is plenty of free parking. All of the money raised from the entrance fee goes to benefit FOX8 Gifts for Kids.

Fraser Fir sale Wheatmore Athletic booster club is now pre-selling discounted premium grade Fraser Fir trees 6’-7’ ($35.00 preorder) and 7’-8’ ($40.00 pre-order) until Nov. 20. Pay $25.00 deposit now, and balance upon receipt. Great for businesses and home, while supporting a great cause. For ordering information, contact Kevin Meyers at 870-2536 or madipher@northstate.net.

Hospice annual meeting Hospice of Davidson County will hold its 26th Annual Meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 17, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at Thomasville Memorial United Methodist Church located at 101 Randolph Street in Thomasville. Dr. Ray N. Howell III, Senior Minister at First Baptist Church in Lexington, will be the

The Silver Valley Civitan Club has over 1,000 pounds Claxton Old Fashion Fruit Cake available for sale. The holiday treat may be obtained from any member, several local businesses or by calling Sales Manager Jerry Surratt at 472-1428. One and two pound cakes are available at $3.50 per pound. This is the 51st year that the Silver Valley club has sold Claxton Fruit Cake and now exceeds 73,000 pounds in total sales. Proceeds are used for numerous Civitan community service projects including Project Santa Claus.

Christmas Parade

The Fair Grove Lions Club is now accepting applications for entry into the Thomasville Christmas Parade. The parade will be held Saturday, Nov. 21 and will begin at 3 p.m. Luther Watford, who is the parade chairman, reports that entry forms and instructions can be printed from the Lions website at www. fairgrovelions.com. Downtown Thomasville, near the Big Chair, there will be a stage with P.A. system, announcers, judges, live cable TV coverage and bleacher seating. The judges will determine winners in several categories, including Most Creative, Best Religious, Best Musical, Best Dance, Best Spirit and Best Overall. This year the Lions plan to add the Most Humorous award — an old favorite — to the float competition. For additional parade information, contact Luther Watford at 905-1232.

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Today we will see sunny skies with a high temperature of 65º, humidity of 54% and an overnight low of 38º. The record high temperature for today is 84º set in 2003. The record low is 26º set in 1967. Sunday, skies will remain Average temperature . . . . . . .55.5º sunny with a high temperature of 71º, humidity of 52% and Average normal temperature .53.4º an overnight low of 43º. Expect mostly sunny skies Departure from normal . . . . .+2.1º Monday with a high temperature of 71º. Skies will become Data as reported from Greensboro mostly cloudy Tuesday with a 30% chance of showers.

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Thomasville Lion Lori Clark, formerly with Lexington Downtown Lions, has been named Lion of the Year. Clark is the 71st Thomasville Lion to earn the most prestigious honor presented by the Thomasville Club, which dates back to 1938 when the club was chartered. Clark, a North Davidson County resident, earned the honor by working to provide humanitarian service to the community. She was also named a “Woolard Partner in Service” at the annual October Charter

Night service at the Big game safari Restaurant. Lori, an account manager with WLXN/Majic Radio, has been instrumental in a successful annual car show. She also serves on the Board of Directors and is a life member of the North Carolina Lions Foundation. During the same ceremony another Thomasville Lion, Charlie Hall, was named a Melvin Jones Fellow. The MJF is the highest honored bestowed by Lions Clubs International Foundation. The honor is given to those who provide humanitarian service to the community.

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Letters to the Editor To the Editor One of our most important rights as Americans is the freedom to vote. Unfortunately, it is probably the freedom that is least exercised. I would like to thank all of you that came out to vote in our municipal elections either during early voting or this past Tuesday. For those that voted for me, I thank you for your continued confidence. However, whether you voted for me or not or even if you did not vote at all, I pledge to every Thomasville citizen my best effort as a member of your City Council for these next two years. I will continue to work hard to represent all citizens fairly and honestly. Thank you again, Neal Grimes Thomasville City Council

To the Editor I am Jay Browning, and I have just completed my first campaign for Thomasville City Council. I am very proud that we were able to gain support from over 700 voters. I have lived in Thomasville for the least amount of time of all of my opponents, and was unknown to most when we started running. We believed that the voters had already defeated the fouryear terms, and are happy that they supported our view on this ballot by voting no. I have learned a lot about myself from this experience, and a lot about those who also ran. So let me tell you the truth about the people who serve you. First, you should know that I did not support any candidate who voted to add these referenda to the ballot. With that being said, I will start with Raleigh York and David Yemm. It is easy sometimes to respect people who agree with you, but these two councilmen are truly men of honor who care about

this community. Then you have Scott Styers, I disagreed with Scott on this issue, but overall he seems to be a man of good character who can separate the person and the issues, and I appreciate what he has done for Thomasville. As far as Pat Harris- Shelton and Neal Grimes, they both felt strongly that the people should vote again on the referendum for four-year terms, and they were not shy when it came to telling you. Specifically, Neal Grimes who made his points all the way through Election Day trying to convince us he was right. So, what did I learn from these two. They felt they had done the right thing, and I think they felt they were doing it for the right reasons. I know why they really did it. They voiced these opinions because they care about this city, and they want to make it a better place. They defended their positions for the same reason I defended mine. They were not power hungry or thinking of themselves. They just simply tried to do what they felt was right. I am happy the voters sided with me on this issue, but I understand and respect the passion Neal and Pat showed for what they believe in. So, with that we add two new members to the council, and we seek to make Thomasville a better place for everyone. I still want to be a part of things, and I want these seven people to be the most successful of any who have served, because I want a better city. So, Thomasville is in good hands, and the people can be confident in the future. The one piece of advice I would like to share with them was written on the bottom of my campaign signs. “To be a Good Leader, You must be a Great Servant” Good Luck! Jay Browning Thomasville

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LARRY MURDOCK Guest Columnist Thomasville Medical Center will be honoring all military personnel who have served or are now serving our country at one of the largest Veteran’s Day Observances in the Triad next Wednesday, Nov.1l at 11:11 a.m., in the hospital lobby. The theme this year is: “Honoring All Who Served.” Lest we never forget the price that “Peace” costs our soldiers and their families. Don’t miss this inspiring program as we remember “All Who Served” through personal testimony and patriotic music. For more information, please call Linda Hunt at 476-2881. ••• Gayle and I are members of and attend Memorial UMC. Our minister, The Rev. Dr. Ivan Peden, shared the following message in his bi-weekly e-mail entitled, ePastoralPonderings, which is sent to church members and friends who have signed up. I thought it was cute and wanted to share it with you. Dr. Peden noted that he had borrowed this title from a short essay (author unknown) which has its source in a publication called The Joyful Newsletter. It was published in a book entitled: On the Lighter Side. Dr. Peden indicated that he had made slight adjustments to the notification below to fit our church situation. Here goes … Memorial UMC members: To make it possible for everyone to attend church on Commitment Sunday, Nov. 22, 2009, we are going to have a special “NO EXCUSE SUNDAY.” Cots will be

placed in the Narthex for those who say, “Sunday is my only day to sleep in.” There will be a special section with lounge chairs for those who feel that our pews are too hard. Eye drops will be available for those with tired eyes from watching TV late Saturday night. We will have steel helmets for those who say, “The roof would cave in if I ever came to church.” Blankets will be furnished for those who say it is too cold. Scorecards will be available for those who wish to list the hypocrites present. Relatives and friends will be in attendance for those who can’t go to church and cook dinner, too. We will distribute “Stamp Out Stewardship” buttons for those who feel that the church is always asking for money. One section will be devoted to trees and grass for those who like to see God in nature. Doctors and nurses will be in attendance for those who plan to be sick on Sunday. The sanctuary will be decorated with both Christmas poinsettias and Easter lilies for those who never have seen the church without them. We will provide hearing devices for those who can’t hear the preacher and cotton balls for those who can! I’m expecting the Holy Spirit to move everyone to attend. ••• Remember Comedian Soupy Sales? Sales died several weeks ago at the age of 83. Sales had over 20,000 pies thrown in his face and made more than 5,000 TV appearances during his career. Sales was a North Carolina native, born Milton Supman in Franklinton, N.C. His parents owned a dry-goods store there and were the only Jewish family in town. ••• A 36-year-old female had an accident several weeks ago and destroyed her car. A resident of Kilgore, Texas, she was traveling between Gladewater and Kilgore. It was raining, though not excessively, when her car suddenly began to hydroplane and literally flew through the air. She was not seriously injured but very stunned at

the sudden occurrence! When she explained to the Trooper what had happened, he told her something that every driver should know — NEVER DRIVE IN THE RAIN WITH YOUR CRUISE CONTROL ON! She thought she was being cautious by setting the cruise control and maintaining a safe consistent speed in the rain. But the Trooper told her that if the cruise control is on when your car begins to hydro-plane, and your tires lose contact with the pavement, your car will accelerate to a higher rate of speed making you take off like an airplane. She told the patrolman that was exactly what had occurred. The Trooper said this warning should be listed on the driver’s seat sun-visor “NEVER USE THE CRUISE CONTROL WHEN THE PAVEMENT IS WET OR ICY.” We tell our teenagers to set the cruise control and drive a safe speed — but we don’t tell them to use the cruise control only when the pavement is dry. Some vehicles (like the Toyota Sienna Limited XLE) will not allow you to set the cruise control when the windshield wipers are on. ••• I am an avid high school football fan, especially our Thomasville teams, the Bulldogs, Golden Eagles and Ledford Panthers. I am somewhat upset with several North Carolina teams who outscored their opponents overwhelmingly last Friday night. Albemarle beat North Moore, 86-0; Asheville topped N.Buncombe, 61-0; South Johnson, 84 - North Lenoir, 6; South Rowan, 76 - Statesville, 22, to name just a few. I realize that the coaches can’t tell their teams to stop playing hard or to let down somewhat. But, you’ve got to have some sympathy for those kids on the losing team. They work hard all week in practice only to be embarrassed in such losses. Guest Columnist Larry Murdock can be reached at larry.murdock@hotmail.com.

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A6 – Thomasville Times – Saturday, November 7, 2009

OBITUARIES

Thomasville Aubrey Bowers Jr. Lisa Crowder, 40 Lexington Ronnie Everhart, 62 C.W. Harris, 73 Joretta Lankford, 45 Dave F. Shanks, 72 Other Areas Raeford Glover, 82 Linda Jo Shaw, 67 Fleta Small, 90 Darrell Ball

Darrell Ball

SURFSIDE BEACH, S.C. — Darrell Gray Ball, 73, of 32 Pine Valley Lane in Surfside Beach, S.C., died on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009, at Medical University in Charleston, S.C. He was born in Davidson County on June 8, 1936, the son of Arthur Ball and Mary Alice Ball, who both preceded him in death. He also was preceded in death by a son, Tony Wayne Ball, and a brother, C.A. Ball. Darrell was married to Carolyn Russell Ball, who survives of the home. Also surviving are sons, Tal Gray Ball and wife Nancy, of California, and M. Todd Ball and wife Melissa, of Thomasville; brothers, Kirby Ball, of Thomasville, and Phillip Ball, of Winston-Salem; a sister, Arnisia Smith, of Trinity; and five grandchildren. Services for Darrell will be held at 2 p.m. today in the J. C. Green and Sons Funeral Home chapel in Thomasville with Pastor Barry Surratt officiating. Visitation will be held from 12-2 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Burial will be in the Forest Hill Memorial Park Cemetery in Lexington following the service. Memorials are requested to be sent to Fair Grove Fire Department in Thomasville. Online condolences may be sent to the Ball family at www. jcgreenandsons.com. ***

Aubrey Bowers Jr.

James Aubrey Bowers Jr., 73, a resident of Thomasville, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009, at Thomasville Medical Center. He was born on Bowers Oct. 21, 1936, to the late James Aubrey Bowers Sr. & Eva Bowers. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death

Lisa Crowder Lisa Crowder, 40, of 926 East Main St., died Mon-

day, Nov. 2, 2009, in Forsyth Medical Center. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. today in Pneuma Pentacostal Church, 200 Kern St. in Thomasville. The family will receive friends at 1:30 p.m. at the church and other times at the home of her daughter at 818 Hasty School Road. S. E. Thomas Funeral Service is in charge of arrangements.

Ronnie Everhart LEXINGTON — Ronnie Dale Everhart, 62, of Highway 601, died Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2009, suddenly at his home. Everhart was born Jan. 28, 1947, in Davidson County, to Melvin Max Everhart and Mary Alice Miller Everhart. He was a truck driver with Hilco Transport for 14 years after serving in the U.S. Army. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Davidson Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Craig Barnhill officiating. Burial will follow in National Cemetery in Salisbury. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Sunday at Davidson Funeral Home and at other times at the home of his daughter on Old Highway 64 East. Online condolences may be made at www.davidsonfuneralhome.net.

Raeford Glover DENTON — C. Raeford Glover, 82, of Johnson Road in Denton, died Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009, at his home. Glover was born Oct. 31, 1927, in Davidson County, to Ralston Glover and Nellie Gallimore Glover. He was of the Baptist faith. He was a veteran of the U. S. Army Air Corps and had worked with the U.S. Post Office in Thomasville. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. today at Tom’s Creek Primitive Baptist Church, with Elder Ralph Gaines and the Revs. Billy Joe Yates and Steve McSwain officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Memorials may be made to Rowan Regional Hospice in Salisbury.

C.W. Harris LEXINGTON — Calvin Wesley “C.W.� Harris, 73, of Sunflower Drive in Lexington, died Friday, Nov. 6, 2009, at Hinkle Hospice House. Harris was born March 15, 1936, in Yadkin County, to Everette Harris and Fannie Belle Long Harris. He attended Higher Ground Baptist Church and was a retired electrician with Colter Electric. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Davidson Funeral Home Chapel, with the

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Dave F. Shanks LEXINGTON — Dave Franklin Shanks, 72, of Hadley Drive in Lexington, died Monday, Nov. 2, 2009, in Newport News, Va. Dave was born in St. Louis, Mo., March 22, 1937, to Edgar Shanks and Hazel Dean Shanks. He was a veteran of the U.S. Marines who served his country in Vietnam, was employed with URS in Washington, D.C., and

Linda Jo Shaw DENTON — Linda Jo Sexton Shaw, 67, of 7338 Charles Mountain Road, died Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009, at her home. Shaw was born March 4, 1942, in Davidson County, to W. Robert Sexton and Ethel McDowell Sexton. She was a homemaker and a member of Calvary Gospel Church in Denton. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. today at the J.C. Green & Sons Funeral Home Chapel in Thomasville with the Revs. Don Jarrell and Gerald Ward officiating. Memorials may be directed to Mountain Vista Health Park in Denton. Online condolences may be sent to www.jcgreenandsons.com.

a homemaker. Funeral service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday at Pierce’s Chapel Primitive Baptist Church, conducted by Elder Bobby Snider. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. The family will see friends from 6-8 p.m. today at Briggs Funeral Home in Denton and other times at the residence of Steve Manns on Jim Pierce Rd. Memorials can be made to Hospice of Randolph County in Asheboro. Online condolences may be sent to www.briggsfuneralhome.com.

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by his sister, Diane Hauser. He is survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Polly Bowers. He also is survived by three sons, Jerry Bowers and wife Rhonda, Dale Bowers and wife Lynette, Kevin Bowers and wife Cindy; seven grandchildren, Tara, Jeremy and wife Carrie, Paige, Blake, Taylor and Brooke Bowers; two stepgrandchildren, Shiloh Mabe and husband Brad and Matt Osborne; two great-grandchildren, Arianna and JT Taylor; one step-great-grandchild, Riley Mabe; and one brother-in-law, Ronnie Hauser. He also is survived by his special best friend, “pookie.� Aubrey was a member of Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church in Thomasville. He retired from the High Point Police Department in 1990 with 30 years of service. He was a volunteer member of the Hasty Fire Department for 10 years and remained an inactive member for nine. For his service with the Hasty Lions Club, he was named Lion of the Year in 1998-99 and remained an active member until his passing. Aubrey also was a lifetime member of the Ledford High School Booster Club, where he served as president and treasurer for more than 20 years. He was the recipient of multiple governor’s awards for volunteer community service with Meals on Wheels, blood drives and fundraisers for the blind. Aubrey enjoyed listening to Gospel music, solving word search puzzles and fishing. Come football and softball season, he was always found at Ledford High School, watching his grandchildren play ball. The family will be receiving friends at J.C. Green and Sons Funeral Home in Thomasville from 6-8 p.m. today. A celebration service of his life will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church Kennedy Life Center, with the Rev. Keys Pendleton, Jamie Johnston and Joe B. Parker officiating. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be directed to P.O. Box 1049, Thomasville, N.C. 27361, care of Polly Bowers. All memorials need to be designated for either the youth fund at Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church or the Ledford Senior High School Scholarship fund. Online condolences may be sent to www.jcgreenandsons.com. ***


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RELIGION

Being filled with the power of the Holy Spirit KEEPING THE FAITH

DOUG CREAMER Columnist

We drove out to Asheville a couple of weekends ago. It was a cloudy and cool day. We were hoping to see some leaf color and go to the Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands at the civic center. I have noticed that some leaves have been turning in our area so I was hopeful that we might really see some good color on our trip. We got to Hickory and there was no change in the amount of color. It wasn’t until we hit one of the last couple ridges on the outskirts of Ashe-

ville until we started to see some leaf color. I was afraid we weren’t going to see any color as I crossed the first couple of ridges. Then as we crossed another ridge the color appeared dramatically. Some of the ridges looked to be in full fall colors. I wished the sun would break through the clouds to reveal the vibrant variety of color on some of those mountainsides. An artist would have struggled to capture the beauty of those leaves on the side of the mountains. God does some incredible work each fall as He unleashes His creativity through the fall foliage. I was reminded of a gradeschool lesson recently while reading the paper. The story revealed the secret to God’s magical ability to bring the beauty of fall colors. The secret is chlorophyll. The green we see in leaves is the chlorophyll that is working hard with the leaf to create food for the tree. In the fall, the chlo-

rophyll withdraws from the leaves and we get to see nature’s fireworks. The chlorophyll in the leaves helps with the process of photosynthesis. This process releases oxygen into the atmosphere as a waste product and helps to feed and sustain the plant or tree. In many ways, I believe this is a great illustration of how the Holy Spirit works within us. God needs us to be filled with the Holy Spirit so He can work through us to bring life and hope to the world around us. Some people believe they can accomplish things without God in their lives. I wonder how much greater things they could accomplish if God was working through them? When God is in us He supernaturally energizes us to accomplish more than we can ever imagine. It’s God’s creativity that can guide us to solutions that we never considered. It’s His inspiration that can impart divine wisdom.

I believe that being filled with God’s spirit is very much like the chlorophyll in leaves. Leaves cannot accomplish their purpose without chlorophyll. The leaves’ purpose is to provide lifesustaining food and energy to the plant or tree and that is done through the chlorophyll. In order for us to fulfill our divine purpose we need the Holy Spirit in us, working through us so we can accomplish God’s plan. When we invite the Holy Spirit to fill us we are inviting God’s power to reside in us. What can God’s power do within us? I believe the only limits are the ones we place on God. Jesus taught us that if we were His disciples that we would do the things He did. Jesus healed the sick, raised the dead, and brought forgiveness and salvation to the broken human soul. So, through the Holy Spirit we can do the same things. Leaves release lifegiving oxygen into the

air. As Christians, we carry God inside of us, so we should be releasing His Holy Spirit to those around us so they can have life and hope. Like the leaves releasing oxygen, we need to learn to release the God’s Holy Spirit into every situation in our lives. God can use us to touch people’s lives and to change their circumstances if we would allow Him to work through us. We can release hope, forgiveness and mercy through our words. We can release healing and restoration through our prayers. When we allow God to live through us we are going to change the world around us. I want to encourage you to ask God to fill

you with His Holy Spirit every day. We need to be re-filled every day so we can give away all that we receive. God doesn’t want you to save it up for yourself. The spirit is meant to be given away so we can receive a greater portion which we will ultimately give away. It’s a beautiful thing when we can be life and hope to the world around us, and when we share the Holy Spirit with others that is exactly what we are doing. Doug Creamer teaches Marketing at East Davidson High School. His Web site is located at www. dougcreamer.com Contact him at PO Box 777, Faith, NC 28041 or email doug@dougcreamer.com.

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Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, located at 106 Smith St. in Thomasville, will hold its 24th pastoral anniversary at 6:30 p.m. today. “Big Gospel Explosion,” in honor of Pastor H. N. Goode, will feature Envision, of Greensboro; The Chosen Disciples, of Asheboro; the H. N. Goode Ensemble and others.

Barbecue Supper

Hopewell United Methodist Men’s Barbecue Supper will be held from 5-7 p.m. today. The price of an adult plate is $7, a child’s plate is $3.50, and plates for children under age 6 are free. A Quart to Go is $7. Hopewell United Methodist Church is located at 4540 Hopewell Church Road in Trinity. The phone number is 4319507.

Poor Man’s Supper

The Church Women of New Jerusalem UCC will host a Poor Man’s Supper from 4 to 7:30 p.m. today. The menu includes pinto beans, white beans, side meat, cabbage, potatoes, cornbread, dessert and a drink for just $6 for adults and $3 for children. Takeouts will be available. New Jerusalem UCC is located at 4104 Jerusalem Road, just off Old Highway 64 in the Silver Valley Community. For directions, contact Pastor Butch Conrad at 746-5046.

Church Begins Sunday Services

Pastor Reginald Holiday and the Gate Church International (GCI) family will open the doors of this new local ministry for Sunday worship services this Sunday at 9 a.m. Services will be held at 7003 Ballpark Road in Thomasville. The Gate Church International family is committed to reaching and serving the residents of Davidson County with the love of Christ through outreach and biblical teaching. All are invited to come and encounter God so that they may be equipped to help enrich the world. GCI currently offers a

weekly Bible Study entitled “Training for Reigning,” which is held every Tuesday evening from 7-8 p.m. Classes are available for all ages.

Revival at Mt. Olive Wesleyan Kenny Greenway, who is a full-time evangelist, will be the guest minister in a series of Special Evangelistic Services at Mt. Olive Wesleyan Church in Sophia. The services will begin at 11 a.m. Sunday. This will be a rally day, with a meal provided following the morning service. Services will end Sunday, Nov. 15. The Rev. Garland McDowell, pastor of the host church, extends a cordial invitation for the entire community to share in these local services. There will be a special singing each night. Sunday services are at 11 a.m., and evening services are at 7 p.m.

Homecoming at Holly Hill Wesleyan Holly Hill Wesleyan Church, 202 West Holly Hill Road in Thomasville, will be having Homecoming on Sunday. The service will begin at 10:30 a.m. with special singing by the Hayes family.

Everyone is invited to attend. For more information, call 476-6628.

Landmark Baptist Church, 6055 Sunset View Drive in Archdale, will have their regular second Sunday singing at 2:30 p.m. this Sunday with Heavenly Sunrise from Dover.

asville, will be having its monthly country supper on Thursday, Nov. 11, from 5-7 p.m. in the church fellowship hall. The menu will be chicken pie, ham, pinto beans, country potatoes, slaw, cornbread and a variety of desserts. Donations are taken at the door. This meal is open to everyone, and all are encouraged to attend and enjoy Southern cooking and fellowship.

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The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Winston-Salem, located at 4055 Robinhood Road, will head Rabbi Andrew Ettin speak on “The Dancer and the Dance: What the arts can teach us about spirituality” at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. At the pre-service forum at 9 a.m., Eric Wilson, who teaches English at Wake Forest University, will discuss “Melancholy and the Quest for Joy.” Pam Lepley, the director of religious education, will lead a discussion of “It’s a Hard Life Wherever You Go” at the 6:30 p.m. Soulful Sundown service. For more information, see www.uufws.org.

Country supper Trinity United Methodist Church, located at 609 Liberty Drive in Thom-

Hopewell United Methodist Church, located at 4540 Hopewell Church Road in Trinity, will have a free community supper on Friday, Nov. 13, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. The menu will be soups and sandwiches. The meal is free to the public, but donations will be accepted. This is an outreach ministry of Hopewell UMC, and its number is 431-9507.

Three Day Revival New Hope Tabernacle of Prayer, of 508 Carlton St. in Thomasville, presents the Bogier Brothers Three Day Revival from Friday, Nov. 6 through Sunday, Nov. 8. On Friday at 7 p.m., Pastor Eddie Bogier, of Rhema Tabernacle of Prayer in Spartanburg, S.C., will

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Volunteers for the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition gather in Reeds Baptist Church in Lexington for a pep rally Friday.

TEAM From page A1 around the clock, and the construction site will be floodlit at night. Streets around the home will be closed off, so volunteers will need to park in a designated parking area and walk. Ricketts said that the volunteers may be hoping to change a life, but after the build, they will find that their own lives have been changed as well. He encouraged the crowd to help out their neighbors in small ways, saying that if they can build a house in a week, they can easily build a wheelchair ramp or mow someone’s lawn. “We want you to be a part of this so that you realize you don’t need us,” Ricketts said. “You don’t need Ty or hammers or Hollywood to change someone’s life in your own neighborhood.” Ricketts has seen communities, inspired by the build, come together to help other families in need. The four families who aren’t chosen this time won’t be announced, he said, because they still will be eligible for future extreme home makeovers. Three employees of Thomasville Medical Center — Tammy Cates, Mike

Crabb and Julie Rhodes — attended the rally and will be volunteering at the build. Rhodes, lab manager and physical therapy manager, said that she thinks the event is a good opportunity for people to come together and get energized. “I think this is great for our community, because it’s really been hit so hard with all the industry that’s gone away,” she said. Crabb, who works with Cates in the respiratory department, said that it was amazing to see how many people were willing to give in these economic times. He said it’s an honor to be involved. “It’s a privilege to be able to give back to our community,” Crabb said. “I’m very excited to be a part of something like this.” Michele Watson, a Lexington resident, said she volunteers often at Reeds Baptist Church. She is excited to be participating in Extreme Makeover: Home Edition — not only because she has watched the show, but because she gets to help a neighboring family the way others have aided hers. “There have been times in my life and my husband’s life that we needed help, and there were always people there

that we counted on that could help us,” Watson said. “It’s truly amazing that when you say, ‘I have a need,’ that there are so many people that will reach out and offer their help.” Hedrick said that the community has done a great job donating funds and materials for the build. He is still looking for suppliers for flashings, exterior cedar trim, lumber, sheetrock, spray foam insulation and wood closet system steel. Restaurants and caterers also are needed to bring meals to the workers. The new house will be built to National Association Homebuilders Green Building Standards, and a company called Performance Point will be testing it for energy efficiency. “We can accomplish this if we work together,” Hedrick said. “Let’s build a dream. We can show the nation and the world that little old Lexington, and the Triad area of North Carolina, can make a difference for one very deserving family.” For more information, visit www.hedrickextreme.com. Staff Writer Karissa Minn can be reached at 888-3576 or newsdesk@ tvilletimes.com.

brary card,” Copley said. “It’s very easy, after downloading and installing the OverDrive console, just download the books onto your computer.” Bill Gilleland, who lives in Lexington, said he isn’t sure what he thinks of using e-books. “It’s different, because I’m kind of a book person,” Gilleland said. “It’s hard to imagine reading a book on your computer screen, but people are reading the news that way, and I do that.” Gilleland said he likes to read mysteries and es-

POINT From page A1 said. “Apparently [Jarvis] had been drinking because he had an open container and no driver’s license. It could’ve been a lot worse. He was just trying to avoid getting arrested.” Officers with the Davidson County Sheriff ’s Office Breaking and Entering Task Force were conducting a driver’s license checkpoint at the intersection of Swicegood Road and Old Wesley Chapel Road in Tyro on Wednesday when a white van approached. Deputies started approaching the van when the vehicle refused to stop, nearly hitting one of the deputies in the process, according to a DCSO press release. “Deputies stepped in front of the car and he kept going,” said Grice. “He refused to stop and our officers started pursuing him in a car chase. This is a dangerous job and our officers are out there every day.” Officers began a vehicle pursuit of

capist fiction, and he realizes that one day he may be reading them digitally instead of holding the books in his hand. “Everything else seems to be going that way, so if you’re not, you’re going to have a limited amount of options,” he said. “I think eventually I’ll use it.” For more information, visit ncdigital.lib.overdrive.com.

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the van for about four miles heading south on Swicegood Road to Lamb Road when Jarvis ran through a residential yard on Lori Belle Lane. With his van still in drive, Jarvis jumped from the vehicle and began fleeing on foot. One of two officers in pursuit hopped into the moving man heading for a residence and outbuilding and managed to stop a collision. The other deputy chased Jarvis on foot and deployed his taser, leading to the suspect’s arrest. Grice said he wasn’t sure if anyone was home at the time of the incident. Police did not charge Jarvis with driving under the influence. “The car was rolling across the yard and a deputy jumped in and got it stopped,” Grice said. “We don’t like to hear of them doing that, but they stopped the van from hitting the house. The van wasn’t rolling to fast. [Jarvis] hit a ditch and started going through the yard.” Jarvis was issued a $15,000 secured bond and is scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 5, 2010.

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RELIGION NOTES From page A8 be the guest speaker. On Saturday at 7 p.m., Pastor Willie Bogier, of New Hope Tabernacle in Thomasville, will be the guest speaker. On Sunday at 10 a.m., Apostle Lawrence Bogier, of Original Tabernacle of Prayer in Goldsboro, will be the guest speaker.

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St. Stephens Missionary Baptist Church, located at 11267 U.S. Highway 64 East in Thomasville, will have a community yard sale on Saturday, Nov. 14, from 6:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. It will include hot biscuits, clothing and household goods. Proceeds will go to church funds. Space rentals are $10. Anyone interested in renting a space can call 991-8813 or 476-5333.

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Some studies tell us over one half the marriages will end in divorce. Every divorce is like a little part of civilization dying. All the hopes, dreams, love and plans fall apart and no one involved will ever be the same. Divorce often changes one set of problems for another. One group often overlooked in a divorce are the adolensents. At a time in life when teens are learning to forge mature friendships divorce tteaches them to be spectical of such values as trust, loyalty and love. In adulthood they may avoid close relationships altogether. I have counseled with many teens who become delinquents and become involved in alcohol and drugs. The pain they never talk about causes emotional pain and resentment. When parents talk about a good divorce and finding new happiness it is often like a mariage in the desert. Ultimately a stranger, called a judge, may be the one who will tell you how often you will see your child and how much of your money you will keep. That stranger seldom thinks like you as he makes decisions. Divorce can devestate children, relardless of age. Social studies tell us there is a much higher rate of sexual abuse by stepfathers. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the dirty little secret that may last for years. It is naĂŻve to think that divorce will always be as some say, better for the children. Divorce seldom ends family problems; it only moves them to a different arena. When a marriage is in trouble donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think selfishly but think of your spouse and children. Seek help. Talk to your pastor or priest or a good marriage counselor. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t forget there is a God who loves your family and has an answer.

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2009

Off The Porch

Sports

Outdoor columnist Dick Jones takes you out in the wild in his weekly column. See, Page B2

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CCC FOOTBALL

Bulldogs escape rival Lexington CALENDAR TODAY BASKETBALL Pitt CC @ DCCC 3 p.m.

Thomasville defenders chase a Lexington player as he heads for the endzone in Friday night’s rival matchup. The Bulldogs would come up with a 2313 win.

SOCCER NCHSAA Playoffs E. Davidson @ E. Lincoln 7 p.m.

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ness as usual for us to prepare ... We will prepare just as we did for Central Davidson’

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BASKETBALL DCCC @ UNC JV 1 p.m. Dickies 500 Starting Grid 1. Jeff Gordon 2. Kasey Kahne 3. Kurt Busch 4. Tony Stewart 5. Kyle Busch 6. Carl Edwards 7. Mark Martin 8. Greg Biffle 9. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 10 Clint Bowyer 11. Sam Hornish Jr. 12. Jimmie Johnson 13. David Reutimann 14. Joey Logano 15. Brian Vickers 16. A.J. Allmendinger 17. David Ragan 18. Reed Sorenson 19. Marcos Ambrose 20. Juan Montoya 21. David Gilliland 22. Jamie McMurray 23. Mike Skinner 24. Kevin Harvick 25. Denny Hamlin 26. Ryan Newman 27. Martin Truex Jr. 28. Bobby Labonte 29. Robby Gordon 30. Matt Kenseth 31. Scott Speed 32. Regan Smith 33. Elliott Sadler 34. Joe Nemechek 35. Brad Keselowski 36. Casey Mears 37. Michael McDowell 38. Erik Darnell 39. Bill Elliott 40. Paul Menard 41. Tony Raines 42. Michael Waltrip 43. John Andretti

GAME REPORT DEADLINES: Monday-Friday 9 p.m.

BY ZACH KEPLEY Sports Editor LEXINGTON – With playoffs set to begin next week, Thomasville did not put in a performance that will give them a lot of momentum to build on, but they grabbed a win nonetheless. Plagued by turnovers and a pesky Lexington bunch, Thomasville overcame obstacles brought about by themselves, squeaking out a 23-13 win in its Central Carolina Conference finale, wrapping up sole control of the league title. They finish the regular season

7-4 overall, 5-0 in the league. “We turned over the ball too much, had too many mistakes and too many penalties,” said Thomasville coach Allen Brown. “Lexington has a really good football team and we would not want to play them again.” A turnover by the Jackets allowed the Bulldogs to put the first points on the board of the night. Davonte Gordon-Hunter intercepted LHS quarterback Codie Boger to set the Dogs up at their own 26. Five runs by Kesean Green brought the ball out to the Lexington 41, setting up a second down. Quandarius Crump backed

up the drive sacking Sam Nelson for a seven yard loss, bringing up third down and long. Nelson got the time he needed this time, hitting Brandon Lucas just inside the numbers in stride. He dragged Stedman Stevenson the final seven yards into the end zone for a 7-0 lead. Thomasville suffered from “fumble-itis” all night long, and it wound up costing them in the field position game. Lexington took possession early in the second quarter at its 29 and marched down the

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MPC FOOTBALL

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Ledford suffers 53-0 flogging

East falls hard to Salisbury

BY ELIOT DUKE Staff Writer McLEANSVILLE — Ledford’s dream of winning the Mid-Piedmont Conference Friday night turned into a nightmare filled with missed tackles, turnovers and big plays going the wrong way at Bill Bookout Stadium. Northeast Guilford whipped the Panthers in every way imaginable en route to a 53-0 Rams victory that never resembled

a competitive game from the opening kickoff. “That’s a real good football team,” Ledford (6-5, 3-2) coach Chuck Henderson. “We got behind early and it just kind of snowballed from there. We were like the little kid who didn’t have enough fingers to plug up all the leaks in the dam.” Whatever Ledford team that came into the contest winners of six of its last

seven games never made the trip up Highway 29, as the Panthers didn’t go anything right, particularly in a first half that saw the Rams lead 39-0 by intermission. NEG had four players eclipse 70 yards on the ground in the opening two quarters. Quarterback Darius White and tailback Rayshawn Trader went over 100 yards by halftime as the Rams

scored a touchdown every time they touched the ball. Northeast Guilford orchestrated scoring drives of 65, 71, 67, 31, 82 and 84 yards, using just 26 plays to do so. The Rams out-gained the Panthers 426 to 129 in total offense in a first half that saw LHS turn the ball over twice in NEG territory off Steve Fuquay interceptions. “We gave up some big

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UNC women fastest yet for Hatchell BY JOE JOHNSON Durham Herald Sun CHAPEL HILL — UNC coach Sylvia Hatchell always seems to have fast teams, but her newest squad may be the fastest she’s had. The Tar Heels, who open the exhibition schedule Thursday against Francis Marion, held their annual media day activities on Wednesday and the

hot topic was the swiftness they possess. “The team is definitely quicker than last year,” UNC sophomore forward Chay Shegog said. Thanks to some offseason adjustments to their individual workout plans, most of the Tar Heels came into the preseason practice with faster running times in their mile test. While that primarily tests conditioning, it

also can serve as a gauge on UNC’s overall quickness. Shegog made her mile time on her first attempt this season, unlike a year ago when it took more than one try. UNC’s guards did well in the test, but so did 6-6 freshman Waltiea Rolle, who stayed with Italee Lucas Cetera DeGraffenreid. Rolle finished in 6:14, a time that amazed

Hatchell. With that kind of speed throughout the lineup, Hatchell said anybody on the floor will be able to pull down rebounds and get the ball up the court. “We’re not going to hold the ball up just so a guard can get the ball up the court,” Hatchell said. “It’s going to be fun to watch this team develop

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TIMES STAFF REPORT East Davidson got a heavy dose of Romar Morris and the Salisbury Hornets Friday night in Salisbury, dropping a 49-7 decision. Morris scored three rushing touchdowns and caught a pass for another to lead the Hornets. He had 158 yards on the ground. The Golden Eagles trailed only 7-0 at the end of the first quarter, but the Hornets exploded for 21 in the second quarter to blow it open. East did not go home with nothing to show for on the night, scoring with 1:47 left in the fourth quarter. Taylor Warren rushed it in from two yards out, but it was not nearly enough to hang with SHS. East managed just 136 yards of total offense compared to Salisbury’s 492.


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SPORTS

Surf fishing shoulder to shoulder with the big boys OFF THE PORCH

DICK JONES Outdoor Columnist When I’m fishing, I tend to lose focus on things other than fishing. I pride myself in being aware of my wife and her general well being, especially when she’s in a new outdoor situation I’ve put her in. I must confess, I had completely forgotten she was in the world last week. We were fishing on the Point of Cape Hatteras and the puppy drum were coming in. I’d caught two the night before and seen a hundred or so coming on the beach. This morning, Cherie had come with me with plans to catch one, too. She’d caught her first drum in the surf last year, but she didn’t consider it a totally legal catch since I’d made the cast for her. This morning, she was fishing totally on her own, rigging up, baiting, and casting. She’d started out just north of the Point, a little out of the zoo of shoulder to shoulder fishermen that populate the 40 or so yards of beach front property that provides the best surf fishing in the world. I’d just landed a 25” fish, put it in the cooler and was baiting back up.

My mind was totally on my fishing experience when I heard a familiar, Who-Hoo. I looked down to the Point and saw my wife, shoulder to shoulder with the crowd with a telltale serious bend in her rod. I left my rod in the rod rack and raced down the beach to help her negotiate her fish through the 40 or so lines that stretched off the beach like spider webs. She landed the fish, just a little bigger than mine as usual, without difficulties. I proclaimed her a real surf angler. It takes guts to wade out into a crowd of 40 or so anglers, even if they are all pretty nice guys. Cherie noticed that most of the fish were coming from the prime real estate and decided to claim her spot in the pack. There are a lot of places where confidence is required to get into the real action. She’d had a little coaching and some preparation before wading out into the action. Being prepared gives anglers the confidence to go for it but, for it to work well, you should use a generous portion of courtesy to soften the courage part. Here are a few rules that apply to fishing in big crowds in the surf. Be prepared: To fish in a large group, you need to use similar equipment. At the Point, most fishermen are using an eight ounce sinker and a single hook drum rig. The eight ounce sinker insures that your rig won’t be washing around in the surf, tangling with everyone else. When the fish are biting, tangled lines mean lost fish and

lost fishing time, both are taken very seriously. Other tackle concerns dictate that you use a shock leader and monofilament line. The shock leader insures that your sinker won’t break off when you load the rod to cast and bean someone. Imagine getting hit with an eight ounce sinker. The monofilament line is also a practical consideration. Braided lines have come a long way and I use them in several applications. The Point at Hatteras or any location where I’m likely to tangle with other lines is a poor application. Braid is very supple. When it tangles with another line, it really tangles. It’s also expensive and you won’t relish the thought of cutting off 40 yards or so. If you want to lose the anglers popularity contest, using braid in a crowd is the best way to do it. Learn the basics: To fish in a crowd, you must be able to cast relatively straight. You don’t have to cast far, but it has to be reasonably straight. If you can’t cast straight, fish out on the fringe away from the pack. You also need to be able to tell if you’re over someone else’s line. If you are, move over or under them to get into a position where no one’s line is over or under yours. If you’re unsure, consult with the angler in question but it’s your responsibility to watch your own line. When you do hook up with a fish, you must be able to handle the fish. When fishing the pack, anglers with fish should move out of the group

with as little disruption to those still fishing as possible. Don’t expect those who are trying to catch a fish to get out of their way. Remember, you’re hooked up. They want to be. Be humble and get out of their way so they can get hooked up. Trying to land your fish in the crowd will lessen your chances of getting it to the beach because your line could easily tangle with other anglers feet. Work your fish out of the group for your sake and theirs. Know how much pressure you can put on the fish: Having your drag set way too light will decrease the chances of breaking off, but it will keep you in everyone’s way longer as well as wearing out the fish and lessening his chances for survival when you release him. To get the feel of how much pressure you can put on the fish; test every knot you tie by hooking to something solid on your truck and putting a lot of pressure on the line. With good knots and a good surf rod, you can put enough pressure on the line to almost make you fall when the line breaks. Be courteous: Courtesy goes a long way everywhere and it’s a real virtue when there are people who are frustrated all around you. When those fish were coming in last week, there were folks seeing other people catch a fish when they couldn’t even get a bite. Many were doing everything right but fishing is random and anyone can have a stretch of bad luck. Those folks tend to be testy after

a while and being courteous helps them relax and be patient. It’s inevitable that there’ll be anglers who aren’t as conscientious as you. Be patient with them. If they need to be set straight, let someone with more experience do it. I rarely see it happen, but I have seen a seasoned angler take the time to explain to a greenhorn why he needs a shock leader and why his two hook rig might get tangled up. We’re really blessed in North Carolina to have the best surf fishing location in the world. To enjoy it, a little preparation and attitude goes a long way. My wife can manage it so there’s no

reason you can’t, too. Cherie gave me some advice you might try. When I asked if she had any problems she told me, “I got tangled up with this really grouchy looking guy and I was afraid he’d be mad, but I just gave him a big smile and he helped me get untangled.” Try it, it worked for her. Dick and Cherie Jones are outdoor writers living in High Point. They do public speaking for clubs and organizations, host outdoor events, are NRA Shooting Instructors, and help church and youth groups raise money with outdoor events. You can visit their website at offtheporchmedia.com.

Thank you for supporting my re-election to City Council. I look forward to continuing to serve you for two more years.

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SPORTS BULLDOGS From page A1 field with Daryin Medley now under center. On third down and two yards to go from the Jacket 34, Medley took the ball on a keeper and jetted down the field, not stopping until he was brought down at the THS 20. Five plays later, Medley called his own number again, scampering in from seven yards out. The PAT knotted the score at 7-7 with 6:07 left until halftime. Another fumble for the Bulldogs thwarted a drive deep into Lexington territory, but this time it wound up resulting in a score for the visitors. The defense held and forced a punt, and the snap went over the punterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s head and through the end zone for a safety and 9-7 Thomasville lead. Those events lead to the biggest moment of the game when the Thomasville coaching staff took a gamble that paid off and possibly deflated the energy on the Jacket sideline. Set to punt on fourth and long at midfield, time was called and Thomasville shocked everyone when it decided to go

FASTEST From page B1 and grow, and Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m not just talking about this year because weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not going to lose much.â&#x20AC;? The Tar Heels only have three seniors on the roster â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Trinity Bursey, Martina Wood and Jessica Breland. But Breland, who has been treated for Hodgkinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lymphoma for the past five months likely will be redshirted and could return next season. While no decision has been made, according to Hatchell, she did say that Breland is interested in having the best final season of which she is capable. â&#x20AC;&#x153;She wants to be an AllAmerican; she wants to be at her best,â&#x20AC;? Hatchell said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;She doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to waste a year of eligibility if sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not at her best.â&#x20AC;? Breland has been on the minds of her teammates while sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s undergone chemotheraphy. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When we first heard about it, it was hard,â&#x20AC;? Lu-

for it. The quick snap to Nelson was quickly put into the air to Lucas, who hauled it in at the LHS 20 for a first down. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We were going to punt, but when they decided to take a timeout and pressure the kicker, we thought maybe we can catch them napping a little bit,â&#x20AC;? Brown said. A false start on a spike brought the ball back to the 26 as 10 seconds remained on the clock. Nelson took the snap and drifted back, hitting guess who, Lucas on a fade in the corner for a touchdown and 16-7 lead with 1.6 seconds on the clock. Thomasville put what appeared to be the finishing touches on the victory early in the third quarter, as Quin Riley got in on the scoring action. He hauled in a short pass from Nelson, weaving his way through defenders on the far sideline, going the distance from 43 yards out. Lawson Hodges added his third extra point of the evening for a 23-7 score. Football took a backseat with 8:19 in the fourth quarter, as Medley went down on the far side of the field with a head injury. He had full move-

ment of his body, but an ambulance was called in as a precaution. His team gave tribute to him when play resumed, intercepting a pass and taking it in, making it 23-13 after a failed extra point. Thomasville continued to give Lexington life fumbling the ball away on its next possession at its own 30. The Jackets could do nothing with the gift, though, seeing the opportunity slip away as they turned the ball back over on downs. THS ran out the clock with a solid drive to hang on. Thomasville will get back to work next week as it looks to make a serious charge through the 2A playoffs. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It will be business as usual for us to prepare,â&#x20AC;? said Brown. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We will prepare just as we did for Central Davidson.

LEDFORD From page B1 plays,â&#x20AC;? said Henderson. â&#x20AC;&#x153;They have several players that can hurt you and theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re fast. We just didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t execute very well.â&#x20AC;? Ledford offered little resistance to the Rams offense on NEGâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first touch of the football. The Panthers gave up 65 yards rushing in five snaps, capped by a Try Ingram 35-yard touchdown run. That trend continued throughout the first half. Trader scored consecutive touchdowns in the first quarter and White added two of his own, including an 82-yard run. White finally ended the onslaught with a 16-yard scoring strike to Michael Sanders in the half â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s final minute. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We have four guys that get the job done and we

have an offense that utilizes their talents,â&#x20AC;? NEG (8-3, 5-0) coach Tommy Pursley said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We executed well and were able to get ahead early. We had some penalties I wasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t too happy with, but other than that I thought we played pretty well.â&#x20AC;? White added to his fantasy football stats on the Rams opening possession of the third quarter, busting an 80-yard score on third down and 10 from the Ledford 20. White finished with more than 200 yards on the ground, accounting for four touchdowns overall. Staff Writer Eliot Duke can be reached at 888-3578, or duke@tvilletimes.com. NEG â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Ingram 35 run Flippin kick (10:19) NEG â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Trader 16 run, kick failed (5:25)

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SPORTS AREA SPORTS BRIEFS SOCCER East advances to second round East Davidson reached the second round of the NCHSAA 2-A state playoffs by beating Chase 1-0 on Wednesday. The Golden Eagles will travel to East Lincoln today at 7 p.m.

High Point Stars tryouts The High Point Stars basketball team will hold tryouts for boys 11U-12U

on Nov. 19 and 22nd from 6-7 p.m. at the Be A Sport Gym behind Hasty Elementary School. Contact Aaron Grier at 992-0597 for more information.

BASKETBALL YMCA registration The Tom A. Finch YMCA will be holding registration for youth basketball leagues Oct. 26-Nov. 20. Costs are $18 for members and $65 for nonmembers.

Leagues are available for children ages 5-15. Everyone plays at least one half each game. Team practices will begin the week of Nov. 30 for all teams. For more information contact Jamie Mills at 474-5249.

ball and indoor soccer Nov. 8 from 2-3 p.m., Nov. 10 from 6-7:30 p.m., and Nov. 17 from 6-8 p.m. Registration will take place in the school cafeteria. For more, visit fairgroveboosters.com. Send sports announcements to tvillesports@yahoo. com.

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Chase for the Sprint Cup, Johnson take Danica detour For several weeks now, we have pretty much accepted the fact that most of our conversation for the remainder of the 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season will revolve around Jimmie Johnson. Some people don’t like it; they say it’s the NASCAR equivalent of eating the same meal three times a day, every day. It’s tasty, but you get tired of it after a while. Others are OK with it — how magnanimous of us, by the way, to give our official blessing for racing history to go ahead and be made right before our very eyes. We have tried to create stories out of other things, like incidents on the track, the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race schedule, and potential team and sponsor changes for next season. We juggle numbers and create scenarios and throw the word “if ” around a lot. Still, we keep coming back to Johnson. There is only one driver with enough horsepower to attract our attention in another direction ... and wouldn’t you know, he has gone and done it. Dale Earnhardt Jr’s magnetism has, at least temporarily, yanked us right out of Johnson’s enormous force field. Our old pal Source, who in this case seems to have an awful lot of details, has let it slip that Earnhardt’s company, JR Motorsports, is about to cut a NASCAR Nationwide Series deal with a novice stock car driver for the next couple of seasons. Subtle hint number one: It’s someone who has never raced stock cars before. Subtle hint number two: It’s a woman. Subtle hint number three: Do you really need subtle hint number three? After years of speculation and conjecture, it appears that Danica Patrick will finally make the move to NASCAR. It’s reportedly a part-time arrangement, including both Nationwide and ARCA races. Patrick will also continue to compete full-time in what has, to date, been her series of choice, the IRL. Explosive announcements like this one are great. All you have to do is say the words, then sit back and wait for the fallout. The first shot fired across the bow regarding Patrick’s move to stock car racing is one we hear every time a “top tier” seat becomes available — There are already a bunch of tal-

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CATHY ELLIOTT NASCAR Columnist ented drivers out there without NASCAR deals. It is tempting to turn that comment into something prejudicial against women in racing. But I’m going to be optimistic and say I don’t think that’s the issue. It might just be more of a prejudice against openwheel racing in general, because it is true that there is a willing, eager and somewhat ready talent pool of drivers out there, already experienced behind the wheels of stock cars. The implication of that comment is the issue. One might infer that the speaker feels Patrick is lacking in talent. Wrong. Her win/loss ratio may be considered a bit one-sided, but she has to be taken seriously. She was the Indy car series Rookie of the Year in 2005, and was the first woman in history to win an Indy car race. She can drive. I know people who could identify the entire 43-car field of a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races just from looking at nothing but the associate sponsor decals on the left rear quarter-panel, but couldn’t name five Indy car drivers on a bet. Those folks know who Danica Patrick is, though. She attracts attention; she’s interesting. Someone much wiser than myself — which comprises most of the people in the continental United States and some parts of Canada — once advised me that when you make other people’s entertainment your job, you never have any fun. And that’s why we watch sports, because it’s fun. We don’t want to worry about the more grown-up side of things. We don’t want our entertainment to be a business. Too bad. Sports is a very large business indeed, and one that Danica Patrick is going to be very good for. The ARCA Series is going to get a real shot in the arm — and in the grandstands, and on TV — from having Patrick competing in some of their events. The Nationwide Series is

already sitting pretty as the second most popular form of motorsports in the country, but when Danica is in the race, you can bet it won’t hurt anyone’s feelings. The cringe potential is there, to be sure; Patrick ultimately may not make much of a splash, giving all the nay-sayers their gloating moment in the sun. On the other hand, she may have a real aptitude for stock cars. She may emerge as a legitimate contender, moving to the front of the field and bringing legions of new fans right along with her. We just don’t know what’s going to happen. But at least it’s something different to talk about, and that’s what we’ve all been begging for, right? Speaking of which, I wonder what Jimmie Johnson thinks about the Danica Patrick news. Someone should ask him ...

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Bank of North Carolina announces filing for sale of common stock TIMES STAFF REPORT

BNC Bancorp (NASDAQ: BNCN) the holding company for Bank of North Carolina, filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Oct. 23, 2009, relating to $40 million of common stock. The registration statement indicates the common stock will be offered in a fully underwritten offering through Sandler O’Neill & Partners, L.P. Sandler O’Neill & Partners, L.P. will serve as lead book-running manager. BNC Bancorp intends to grant the underwriter a 30-day option to purchase additional shares of common stock to cover overallotments, if any. Net proceeds to BNC Bancorp are expected to be used for general corporate purposes. A registration statement relating to these

TAMMY HOLYFIELD Business Columnist Dear Coach, I am frustrated with procrastination within our organization. With current economical conditions now more than ever we need to get things done efficiently. How can we stop the procrastination? — Working Hard with the Hardly Working Dear Working Hard, National studies suggest that roughly 15 to 20 percent of people are procrastinators. Procrastination is usually not a matter of time management. It is a complex issue dealing with personality, circumstances and motivation. There are millions of reasons why people put things off until later. Most of those reasons can be boiled down to a few root causes. They are fear, lack of desire and skill weakness.

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many forms. A person may have a fear of failure or fear other people’s opinion of the results, so they rationalize why they should wait to complete a task. William James said, “Procrastination is attitude’s natural assassin. There’s nothing so fatiguing as an uncompleted task.” Procrastination takes tremendous energy and mental strength. When we put off doing what we know we should be doing we are constantly reminded it’s not done. Some people even put off making decisions in fear of making the wrong one.

Lack of Desire When someone places one task over another they are essentially saying this is what is important to me. We spend our time based on our values. There are 168 hours in a week how we spend that time defines our priorities. It is human nature to work towards pleasure and away from pain. Whenever the pain of not getting something done gets to an unbearable point that is went we make the most effort to complete the task. If we lack the desire to complete a task or project then we are easily distracted. “Things that matter most should never be at the mercy of things that matter least.” – Goethe

rather do: Hire a squirrel or train a horse? Sometimes people are just not capable of getting the job done or they have not been properly trained. Often the cure for procrastination is in looking at the task or project differently. Most people don’t think through to the consequences of putting off things until later. Ask what would be the outcome is I don’t get this done? VS. What would be the benefit if it is complete? When you complete a task it gives you energy and momentum to do more. But, if you don’t the list of things to do seems to grow and be overwhelming. Here are a few strategies from recovering procrastinators: • Break down larger projects into small manageable actions. • Research shows that evenly paced regular deadlines work better. • Determine the pain or consequences of procrastination. • Find a planning and organizing system that works for you. • Take a class or attend a seminar to

sharpen your skills. • Change your location or scenery. Embrace imperfection. Strive for excellence instead there is a difference. • Hire out nonessentials. This will allow you to focus on what really matters. Schedule down time to recharge and renew.

Tammy Holyfield is the founder of Holyfield Consulting, a business and personal development company. Holyfield Consulting works with business professionals, entrepreneurs, CEO’s, managers, leaders and individuals from all walks of life, teaching skills that are proven, practical and get results. She is also a business and personal coach, professional speaker, author and consultant. For information on organizational solutions or to reach her visit www.holyfieldconsulting.com or call (336) 988-5635. Have questions? We would like to hear from you, e-mail your questions to askthecoach@holyfieldconsulting.com. Ask the Coach® is a registered trademark of Holyfield Consulting.

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TROY — First Bancorp (NASDAQ - FBNC), the parent company of First Bank, recently announced third quarter net income available to common shareholders of $5.4 million compared to $6.2 million reported in the third quarter of 2008. Earnings per diluted common share were $0.32 in the third quarter of 2009 compared to $0.37 in the third quarter of 2008. For the nine months ended September 30, 2009, the Company reported net income available to common shareholders of $48.5 million compared to $17.0 million reported for the comparable period in 2008. Earnings per diluted common share were $2.91 compared to $1.07 for the same nine months in 2008. In the second quarter of 2009, the Company realized a $62.1 million gain related to the acquisition of Cooperative Bank in Wilmington, North Carolina. The after-tax impact of this gain was $37.6 million, or $2.25 per diluted common share. Jerry L. Ocheltree, Pres-

ident and CEO of First Bancorp, commented on the bank’s third quarter report: “I am pleased with the solid results we are reporting today. The acquisition and conversion of Cooperative Bank went smoothly, and I believe we are poised for even greater success in the future.” The primary factors contributing to the lower net income for the third quarter of 2009 were a higher provision for loan losses and preferred dividends paid to the U.S. Treasury. The Company’s provision for loan losses was $5.2 million in the third quarter of 2009 compared to $2.9 million in the third quarter of 2008. The higher provision was necessary to higher loan losses that the Company has experienced in the difficult economic environment. The Company has recorded $1.0 million in preferred stock dividends in each of the first three quarters of 2009 related to the January 12, 2009 issuance of preferred stock to the U.S. Treasury. These amounts have reduced the Company’s net income available to common shareholders.

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2009 N.C. State Model Pageant winners announced TIMES STAFF REPORT

The final North Carolina Model 2009 pageant was held at Edward Smith Civic Center in Lexington on Oct. 18 at 3:30 p.m. There were contestants in the following six groups: Young Miss: Christianna McDonald, Asheboro; Kali Kidd, Asheboro; Anslie Russell, Greensboro; Veronica Calderon, Lexington; Autumn Jenkins, Trinity. Preteen Group: Haley Sink, Thomasville; Megan Simmons, Asheboro. Teen Group: Xena Lawson, Thomasville; Ashya Burleson, Denton; Kayla Moffitt, High Point; Tiffany Lee, Thomasville. Junior Group: Blue Michael, Lexington; Lindsay Wilson, Thomasville; Amber Evanko, Lexington; Shaquanna Thomas, Thomasville; Jennifer Isenhour, Thomasville. Senior Group: Devon McCafferty, Trinity; Brooke Barnes, Thomasville; Audrey Steele, Winston-Salem; Casmine Mitchell, Thomasville. Male Group (Mr. Man): Kenneth Marsh, Thomasville; Aaron Laster, Trinity; Clarence Carter, Lexington; Travis Todd,

Isenhour graduates basic training TIMES STAFF REPORT

Army Pvt. James R Isenhour II has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values, physical fitness, and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches, and field training exercises. Isenhour is the son of Tammy Harris of Fairgrove Road, Thomasville, N.C. The private is a 2009 graduate of East Davidson High School.

Thomasville; Thomas Brown, Thomasville. Winners for the state pageant are: Mr. Man, Thomas Brown; Senior, Casmine Mitchell; Junior, Lindsay Wilson; Teen, Tiffany Lee; Preteen, Megan Simmons; Young Miss, Anslie Russell. The pageant had a preliminary contest. The winners and first runners up were invited to the state pageant. Contestants were given model classes, portfolio study and pictures, and classes on general manners and well being. Each class included exercises. New preliminary pageants are underway now. Call Rotha at 476-4410. The Thomasville police K-9 unit had all four officers and their dog partners on stage at the end of the show, accepting two of the three ballistics vests that the contestants worked hard to purchase. The third vest is on order, and a fourth one will be soon behind these. Contestants are continuing to take donations and sell the gowns donated. Call SATURDAY EVENING CBS PBS FOX NBC ION CW ABC MNT WLXI

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Saturday, November 7, 2009 – Thomasville Times – B7

POLICE REPORTS

All entries in the section are based on information provided in police reports from the Thomasville Police Department.

Liberty Drive. •Victim of assault inflicting serious injury at 103 Lambeth Road.

Oct. 11

• Steven Richard Hines (WM, 38) arrested charge of possessing a controlled substance at 298 Triad Blvd. • Robert Acker Moore (WM, 47) arrested on charge of maintaining a dwelling/vehicle for a controlled substance at 128 Lake View Circle. • Richard Thomas Pick-

• Brandon Lucas (BM, 17) arrested on charge of misdemeanor breaking and entering at 321 W. Main St. • Isaac Dondre Rainey (BM, 17) arrested on charge of misdemeanor breaking and entering at 321 W. Main St.

Oct. 18

Oct. 12

• Richard Corey Combs (WM, 21) arrested on charge of resist, delay, obstruct a police officer at 809 Lexington Ave. • James Harvey Herron (WM, 19) arrested on charge of resist, delay, obstruct a police officer at 809 Lexington Ave.

Oct. 16

• Edmund Lee Hughes (WM, 49) arrested on charge of possesssing a controlled substance at 1585 Liberty Drive. • Brandon Lee Wilson (WM, 25) arrested on charge of possessing a controlled substance with intent to sell at 800 Liberty Drive. • Bob Eugene Burns (WM, 72) arrested on charge of second degree trespassing at 421 Crestview Drive. • Guadalupe Mariche Noyola (WM, 32) arrested on charge of failure to appear at 800 Scenic Way. • Dagoberto Mariche Noyola (AM, 27) arrested on charge of driving with a suspended license at 1525 22nd St. • Elizabeth Smith Jarrett (WF, 65) arrested on communicating threats at 7 W. Guilford St. • Dakota Scott Lones (WM, 18) arrested on chrge of DWI at 600 National Highway. • Sherry Sechrest Greene (WF, 41) arrested on charge of possessing a controlled substance at 24 Landon Drive. • Victim of credit card fraud at 788 Hasty Hill Road. • Victim of forgery at 1585 Liberty Drive. • Victim of assault by strangulation at 500 Old Dominion Way. • Brandon Lee Wilson (WM, 25) arrested on citation of failure to stop at stop sign at Doak Street. • Tammy Renee Blackburn (WF, 29) arrested on citation of displaying fictitious registration at 228 Cedar Lodge Road.

Oct. 17

• James Robert Sanders (WM, 35) arrested on charge of possessing a controlled substance at 807 Bryant St. • Joseph Scofield Smith (WM, 30) arrested on charge of obtaining property by false pretense at 1585 Liberty Drive. • Christos Diakakis (WM, 22) arrested on charge of imparied driving at 304 Foy Ave. • Walmart victim of larceny shoplifting at 1585

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Oct. 19 • Christopher Bryson Payne (WM, 19) arrested on charge of possessing a controlled substance at 608 Irene St. • Barbara Jean Smith (WF, 33) arrested on charge of wrongfully divulging telephonic messages at 206 Creekmore Circle. • Ernesto Calderon Gar-

cia (WM, 24) arrested on charge of no operators license at Highway 29/70. • William Michael Tuberville (WM, 20) arrested on charge of DWI at Carolina Avenue. • Davin Scott Lawson (WM, 16) arrested on citation if failing to sign registration at Memorial Park. • Victim of report of death at 81 Lowery Drive. • Bunce Buildings victim of 1125 Lexington Ave. • Victim of simple phys-

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Oct. 20

* Victim of assault at Thomasville HIgh School. * Victim of possessing a control substance at 211 W. Colonial Drive * Victim of stolen auto at 708 Randolph St. * Victim of breaking and entering at 108 Maple St. * Victim of larceny shoplifting at 1585 Liberty Drive.

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charge of open container at Doak Street. • Victim of suicide at 271 Fairgrove Road.

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B8 – Thomasville Times – Saturday, November 7, 2009

The publisher of High Point Enterprise, Thomasville Times, and Archdale-Trinity News is not liable for slight typographical errors or other minor mistakes that do not lessen the value of the advertisement. The publisherʼs liability for other errors is limited to the publication of the advertisement or the refund of money paid for the advertisement. Please check your advertisement on the first day of publication. The High Point Enterprise, Thomasville Times, or Archdale-Trinity News will not give credit after the first insertion. The High Point Enterprise, Thomasville Times, or Archdale-Trinity News will not be held libel for the omission of an advertisement. All claims for adjustments must be made within 7 business days of insertion of advertisement.

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NOTICE OF LIEN AND SALE Cooper Self Service located at: 1326 National Highway Thomasville, NC 27360, will sell at auction contents of storage units which were rented by:

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NORTH CAROLINA DAVIDSON COUNTY NOTICE TO CREDITORS

COURTESY PHOTO

GIVE A KID A COAT A Cleaner World on Julian Avenue recently held a contest to raise coats for the winter for area children in need. Local schools participated and Pilot Elementary School was awarded $750 for collecting the most coats. Pictured are: Front row, Kevan Callicutt, A Cleaner World owner, presents the check to Crystal Clinard, PTO President; Back row, from left: Melinda Hedrick, Tamara Plummer, Susie Hepler, Hope Thompson and Peggy Hucks.

The undersigned, having qualified as Executor of the Estate of Emma H. Skeen, deceased, late of Davidson County, 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 January 24, 2010, or this Notice will be pleaded in bar of any recovery. All persons, firms or 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 24th October, 2009.

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RCC students inducted into Honor Society

Cranford O. Plyler III, Attorney 604 E. Guilford St. Thomasville, NC 27360 October November 2009

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Clara Crouch, Jerry “Craig“ Hutchins, Tenica Denishethia Ivery, Jeffrey Mark Johansen, Lenetta Denise Kempson, Kathryn Laughlin, Carl Mize, Tonya Palmer, Connie Rainey, William Sherrod, Shannon Small. This sale will be at 10:00AM, Saturday, November 14, 2009 at 1326 National Highway to recover unpaid rent and fines. In the event of rain, sale will be at 10:00AM, Saturday, November 21, 2009. November 7, 2009 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as the Executrix of the estate of Orpha L. Summey aka Orpha Lanier Summey, deceased, of Davidson County, this is to notify all persons, firms, and corporations having claims against the estate to present the same, duly proven, to the undersigned on or before the 8th day of February, 2010 otherwise this notice will be plead in bar of recovery. All persons, firms, and corporations indebted to the estate will please make prompt settlement with the Executrix. Alice S. Wright Executrix of the Estate of Orpha L. Summey Aka Orpha Lanier Summey 31 Hickory Trail Thomasville, N.C. 27360

NORTH CAROLINA DAVIDSON COUNTY

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ASHEBORO – Fortyone students were welcomed into Beta Theta Rho, Randolph Community College’s Five-Star Phi Theta Kappa chapter, during the fall induction ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 4, in the R. Alton Cox Learning Resources Center auditorium on the Asheboro Campus. RCC President Robert S. Shackleford Jr. was the guest speaker at the ceremony. Phi Theta Kappa is the only internationally acclaimed honor society serving two-year institutions that offer associate degree programs. It affords international recog-

nition to students of distinguished achievement and provides a vehicle that reflects the academic integrity of the associate degree program. The Five Star status for PTK chapters recognizes progress in the attainment of goals set by the chapter. These chapters have met a higher standard of quality programming. In order to become a member of PTK, a student must have completed 12 hours of credit, have declared a major, carry a full-time course load, and maintain a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. New PTK members inducted Wednesday included the following: Asheboro: Melanie Luck Avelino, Sarah

Elizabeth Blackwell, Megan Dorothy Cates, Pattie Cockman Chriscoe, Kimberly Dawn Clark, Melissa Diane Lester, Ashley Renee Lizzio, Leo Robert Ness III, Charlie James Painter, Barbara Ann Robinson, Daniel Wayne Smith, Constance Elliott Ulrich, Shawn Sumner Vuncannon, Jennifer Bowland Watson, Ariel Monique Weeks. Denton: Christopher Fay Fleck, Richard Bryan Kennedy, Brenda Vuncannon Lawrence. Franklinville: Ashley Michelle Caudle, Tammy Keaton Collins. Liberty: Beena Kumari Asokan, Mercedes M. Caskey. New London: Kane Y.

Gathings. Ramseur: Angela Latkowski Hussey, Lindsey Beth King, Stephen Clayton Kleisner, Jessica Solis. Randleman: Angela R. Bare, Rebecca Nicole Cheek, Crystal Anne Clewis, Jennifer Elaine Felix, Tiffiny Johnson Townsend. Seagrove: Sylvia Singleton Morgan. Siler City: Robert L. Hayes, Wendy Renee Lemons. Sophia: Donna Lynn Camp. Star: Heather Dixon Callicutt, Penny R. Hamilton, Alice Ann Lewis. Thomasville: Welborn Keith Jones. Trinity: Ilena M. Beck.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administratrix of the Estate of Johnny Gay Ball, late of 6 Country M a n o r D r i v e , Thomasville, NC 27360, Davidson C o u n t y , N o r t h C a r o l i n a , t h e undersigned does hereby notify all persons, firms and corporations having claims against the estate of said dec edent to exhibit t h e m t o t h e undersigned at P. O. Box 966, Thomasville, NC, North Ca rolina, 27361, on or before February 1, 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 the said estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 2nd day of November, 2009. __________________________ Tara R. Ball, Administratrix of the Estate of Johnny Gay Ball Misti Boles Whitman Attorney at Law P. O. Box 966 38 Salem Street Thomasville, NC 27361 November 28, 2009

Coggins graduates basic training TIMES STAFF REPORT

Army National Guard Spec. George M. Coggins has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission and received instruction and training exercises in drill and ceremonies, Army history, core values and traditions, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, rifle marksmanship, weapons use, map reading and land navigation, foot marches, armed and unarmed combat, and field maneuvers and tactics. Coggins is the son of Kathey Coggins of Hunt Road, Lexington, N.C. He graduated in 1999 from Sheets Memorial Christian High School, Lexington, and received a bachelor’s degree in 2003 from High Point University, N.C.

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The undersigned, having qualifies as Administratrix of the Estate of Lemuel S t e v e n P o r t i s , deceased, late of Davidson County, 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 January 24, 2010, or this Notice will be pleaded in bar of any recovery. All persons, firms or 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 24th October, 2009.

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Clara Mae Farabee, Co-Executrix Elaine B. Green-Tann, Co-Executrix Estate of Margie Farabee Miller Cranford O. Plyler, III, Attorney 604 E. Guilford St. Thomasville, NC 27360 November 7, 14, 21 & 28, 2009

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NORTH CAROLINA DAVIDSON COUNTY IN GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE DISTRICT COURT DIVISION NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION MARY SCARBOROUGH Plantiff, V. CORY SCARBOROUGH Defendant, To CORY SCARBOROUGH, the above named Defendant: Take notice that a pleading seeking relief against you has been filed in the above-entitled action. The nature of the relief being sought is as follows: ABSOLUTE DIVORCE.

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You are required to make defense to such pleading not later than the 3rd day of December, 2009, said date being 40 days from the first publication of this notice, or from the date complaint is required to be filed, whichever is later; and upon your failure to do so the party seeking service against you will apply to the court for the relief sought. This the 29th day of October, 2009. Paul S. Bollinger Attorney for Plaintiff 201 West Main St. Thomasville, NC 27360 (336)476-1600 October 31, 2009 November 7, 14, 2009


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Larry Guy 880-6767

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Barbara Moore 878-7565

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Lisa Sherman 847-1142

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Jeanne Stewart 878-7584

Tyler Walsh 688-1137

Rick Vaughn 803-0514

Linda Weaver 878-7004

Charles Willett 327-5225

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Char Bivins 870-0222 Saddlebrook

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