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The Liberty Leader Newspaper

November 2015

Volume 12 Issue 11

The Liberty Leader

Free Community Paper By The Community And For The Community

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November 2015

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Serving Liberty, Staley, Snow Camp, Julian, Climax, Ramseur & Franklinville Events Calendar November 5-Medicare pg6 7-Free Movie pg4 12-Medicare pg6 14-2nd Prom pg2 14-Bowling pg2 14-Boat Saftey pg18 14-Fall Festival pg2 14-Fall Festival pg14 14-music p13 19-Wine Tasting pg8 19-Class Long Term pg16 20-Fall Festival pg14 21-Fall Bazaar pg4 21-Free Haircut pg9 21-Live Music pg8 25-Thankgiving Service pg13

December 5-Bill Crash Craddock pg15 5-Liberty Parade pg1 5-Liberty Tree pg1 5-Ramsuer Parade pg9 5-Ramseur Tree pg9 4-6-Living Tree pg2 11-15-Living Tree pg2 12-Dragg For Tots pg17 Visit Our Community Calendar On Our Website Plus Join Our Facebook Group For The Latest News “LibertyLeaderNewspaper”

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THE PARADE IS COMING! THE PARADE IS COMING! The Liberty Christmas Parade is hosted by the LIBERTY CHAMBER of COMMERCE. Saturday December 5, 2015 at 2:30pm along Greensboro Street. The parade will start in the Freedom Family Church parking lot at 510 N Greensboro St and end at the Dollar General Shopping Center at 213 S Greensboro St. Liberty, NC 27298. Floats, fancy cars, fire trucks, marching bands and more will all participate in this annual tradition that has taken place for many years here in Liberty.

THE CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING December 5, 2015 at 4:00-6:00pm at Depot Street The Christmas Tree Lighting Festival will take place immediately after the Christmas parade. This event is an opportunity for the chamber, businesses, churches, and individuals to FREELY give back to our community. Get your child’s picture taken with Santa and Mrs Claus for free, have a free hot dog, enjoy a free cup of cocoa, all while listening to a free holiday Extended Hours In concert. We have a full line up of great live music. Downtown Liberty Shops The finale of the evening will be the lighting of the Several of the merchants have heard Liberty Christmas Tree. the cry, we cant get off work and to you before you close. To help local WHO HAS THE BEST PARADE FLOAT IN TOWN? workers and out of town workers to be The Chamber will have a CASH prize for the 1st 2nd able to shop downtown Liberty, and 3rd place winners! The Chamber has received starting now, several of the business feedback from many people in Liberty, requesting in downtown are staying open and more elaborate homemade floats. They really want extra hour to allow locals and to see the local businesses and individuals in town, commuters to be able to shop "going all out" and showing off their businesses by downtown after work. Please help decorating festive holiday floats. Since there has support our local business and stop in been such an expressed interest form the on some of the business on Thursday community for these more festive type Christmas nights. As always, my thought for you, floats, the Chamber would like to challenge you to if this was your business and lively make 2015 the best, most elaborate Christmas hood would you want people to shop Parade in years! Go ahead get creative and show with you. So why not shop to help Liberty your Christmas Spirit! ****For more details support our local business. contact the Chamber office 336-622-4937 CHRISTMAS PARADE REGISRATION All parade entries must be registered including cars, vehicles, floats, walking/marching groups etc. PLEASE Register early! Pre- Registration is required. Contact the chamber's website; libertychambernc.com to download your Parade Registration Form or Contact the chamber office at (336) 622-4937 for more details.

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Bring Your Food Donations During Liberty Parade Lets See If We Can Fill It

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How A Community Can Pull Together Makes An Impact

Local Liberty Winners Of Courier Tribune Randolph County **(RU) Denotes Runner Up

Readers Choice Award

This is just an example when a community can take pride in its town and pull together can make a huge impact. Beside this story is a list of the winners for 2015 Courier Tribune Readers Choice Award for Randolph County. Now if we can do this major of an impact for winners, just imagine if we all stepped up to the plate to make a difference. For example the next two months there is a major Holiday Food Drive under way in the community to fill the shelves for the Liberty Assoc Of Churches Food Pantry. In the parade will be a vehicle you can fill with food and then it will be parked at the Liberty Christmas Tree Lighting Festival ( our goal is to fill the vehicle). Lets not stop there, where can you make the community you live in great for 2016. Let continue this moment into 2016.

Childcare - Sweet Peas Child Care Fire Dept - Liberty Fire Dept Non Profit (RU) Liberty Assoc Of Churches Nursing - Caregivers of Liberty (RU) Universal Health Care Recycling - Liberty Recycling Schools - Liberty ES, NERSM,PGHS Accountant- Shaw Accounting Mortgage Agent- Paula Linberry @ Fidelity Bank Liberty Asian - China House Liberty Baking - (RU)A Piece Of Cake Bar - Corner Bar of Liberty Sat Nov 14 BBQ- (RU) Beaver Creek BBQ Biscuit -(RU)Quick Check Liberty 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm Breakfast- Y'all Come Back Rest. Second Chance Prom Deli - Subway Liberty Sponsored By Family - Hurricane Janes Liberty American Legion French Fries - (RU) Kidds Rest. Post 81 Fruit/Veggies - Gracies Veggies Hamburger- Dogwood Bistro $40 Per Couple Advance ($50 At Door) Home Cooking - Hurricane Janes Hotdog - Kidds Restaurant Pictures On CD, DJ by Casey, Dancing, Food Pizza - (RU) Capris and Beverage. All proceeds go to American Seafood - Captian Toms Seafood Legion Post 81. Apartments - Liberty Manor Call 622-4639 or 336-707-8177 Plumbing - Youngs Plumbing For Advance Tickets Real Estate - (RU) Janets Realty Real Estate Agency- Janets Realty SHOP LOCAL Tree Service - Moore Than A Bucket The Christmas Parade is traditionally the mark of the Dentist - Dr Chip Butler beginning of the Holiday Shopping season. As you do Dental Hygienist - Patricia Redding your Christmas Shopping this season, do your Family Dr - Dr Hammrick neighbors a favor. Shop Local. Before you hit the mall Pharmacist - Johnny King of Liberty or the big box stores, please try to find that “just right” Family Pharmacy gift here in your small town. There are many unique Pharmacy - Liberty Family Pharmacy shops where you will find unique gifts. If you are still Pet Supply - Birds By Vi struggling for ideas, purchase a gift certificate from a Attorney - Ralph Evans of Liberty local restaurant. Bail Bonds - Timmy Cheek Dance - Sapphire Dance Of Liberty Funeral Home (RU) Loflins of Liberty Photographer - CGT Photography Kevin Bowman Police Officer - WM Hargrove (Liberty) Antiques - Shadow Box of Liberty Apparel - (RU) Carolyn’s of Liberty Computers - RC Computers of Liberty Thrift Store- Liberty Assoc Of Churches Bargain Shop Feed Store - (RU)Liberty Farm & Garden Florist - (RU) Garretts Florist Shop Hardware Store - Liberty Hardware

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November 2015 The Votes Are Counted - The Winners Liberty

Living Christmas Tree Returns

Mayor - Filmore York Council - Jr Beard, Gary Davis Un expired Council - Chris Compton Amendment - NO

Ramseur Mayor - Danny Shaw Commissioner - Grant Cheek, Paul Overman, Joe Linberry Beverage Vote - Yes

Staley Mayor - Karen Scotton Commissioner - Faye Coble, Steve Rollins, Lori Lynn Langley- Hankins, Marlen Jones, Janet Lambert

Franklinville Mayor - Perry Conner Commissioner - Mac Whatley, Paul Dunn

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First Christian Church of Ramseur brings you the 23rd Annual Living Christmas Tree , “I Choose Jesus “ featuring the First Christian Church Choir and Drama . Imagine....Christmas Music accompanied by over 50,000 Computer Synchronized Lights! Performance Schedules are All 7:30pm shows on , Fri Dec 4, Sat Dec 5, Fri Dec 11, Sat Dec 12, Mon Dec 14 and Tue Dec 15 *Matinee Performance* 4:00 pm on Sun Dec 6 and Sun Dec 13 **A Pre-show will begin 30 minutes prior to each performance for early arrivals. Nursery Will Be Provided. FREE ADMISSION – AN OFFERING WILL BE RECEIVED. Also, canned food donations will be collected for the local food pantry. To make Reservations for 5 or more people, call 336.824.4066 The First Christian Church, 1381 Church Street, Ramseur, Garry Arnett, Pastor, Music Directors: Steve Rosko and Wally Jarrell

COMMUNITY TEEN GATHERING PICKS UP STEAM ON SATURDAYS ! “There’s just nothing to do in Liberty!”; a phrase many of us have heard come from the mouths of local teens who are old enough to want to get out of the house but not quite old enough to be out on their own. Now though, that phrase is not as quite true any more thanks to the launch of something called FUSION. You may have seen it advertised in this paper or around town, but what exactly is it? And why should we care? FUSION is a safe, diverse, exciting gathering of middle and high school students meeting every Saturday night from 6-8pm at the Liberty Elementary School Gym. There’s a mix of free play, team games, and music for the first hour. “We want them to be active and work together.” one chaperone said. “It’s good for them to get moving.” After that, they retreat to another room for a bite to eat and a devotional time of prayer and conversation about the issues they face each day. “Teens have so much to navigate, we want them to be able to talk through these things and get a godly perspective on them.” said Ben Suggs, one of Fusion’s organizers, “They need to know that we’re going to be there for them.”

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So far, the gathering has grown from a handful to around 30-40 since it launched at the first of October. Edwards Grove MBC, Mt. Pleasant Baptist, and Freedom Family Church have all been participating as well as church groups from outside of Liberty and teens with no church affiliation at all. Fusion is always free or charge, has approved adults patrolling for safety, and requires teens to check-in when they arrive to keep things secure. The goal of Fusion is to bring together teens from different backgrounds, churches, neighborhoods, races, etc. to foster healthy relationships with each other and with God. For example, in October, the teaching series “Squad Goals” helped them see how to seek out and have real friendships. November 14th they will host Siler City worship band “Live Out” for a night of music and drama instead of a Bible study. Find out more at fusionteens.tumblr.com or call 919-548-0350.

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The Medicare Part D Annual Enrollment Period is from October 15 - December 7. During this time you can enroll in a Medicare Part D Drug Plan or Medicare Advantage Plan to best fit your needs for 2016. Although your current plan may have been fine for 2015 it may not be the best fit for the new year. Premiums, deductibles, medical and prescription copays all change from year to year, as well as restrictions on medications. Some plans will no longer be available next year and there will be some plans that are new to our area. That is why it is so important to review your Medicare coverage during Annual Enrollment. You need to make sure that the plan you choose best fits ALL of your medical needs and that it is accepted by your doctors. For assistance in the Liberty area please contact your local Seniors' Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) volunteer, Lori Cobb RN, FCN at 622 - 5844 to set up an appointment. If you choose you may also go to Asheboro Senior Adult Center for this service. They are available Monday - Thursday from 8:30am to 4:00pm. The Asheboro Senior Center does not make appointments and individuals are assisted on a first come first served basis. God Bless,Lori Ann Cobb, RN, FCN

Family or Friends Coming ? Business Associates Coming Into Town? Girls Get Away Weekend - Date Weekend Small Group Retreat Need a little extra space? Short Stay Accommodations now available in Liberty. Fully remodeled, completely furnished (2) Bedroom – (1 Full Size Bed, 2 Twin Sleigh Beds) - (1) Bath Cottage Quaint and Cozy - Electric Fireplace - Central Heat & Air - Flat Screen TV - Wi-Fi - Wood Floors - Ceramic in Bathroom - Complete Laundry Room - Deck with Sitting Area - Privacy Fencing - Approx 1 Acre Lot. Fully Equipped Eat In Kitchen; Coffee Maker, Full Size Refrig, Electric Range,Microwave,Security System. Give us a call for pricing and availability: 336-622-3720 Gail & Joe Morgan – Owners-Hosts

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November 2015

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Dr. G. A. Foster Was Early Innovator in Liberty

Gas- Convenience Store-FishingHardware-Food-and More

Calling All Veterans - Visit Us Liberty American Legion Post 81 is looking for members to join the “ W o r l d ’ s L a r g e s t Ve t e r a n s Organization.” The eligibility dates are as follows; April 6, 1917/ November, 1918- December 2,-1941/ December 31, 1946, -- June 25, 1950/ January 31, 1955— February 1961/ May 1975—August 24, 1982/ July 31, 1984—December 20, 1989/ January 31, 1990—August 2, 1990/ to present. The American Legion sponsor’s several youth programs in the Liberty Area. Our membership 2.5 million in the nation does carry weigh in the Congress in the USA. If you are interested please Call (336 ) 707 8177 for more information. “ Veterans Still Serving America.” We also meet the 2nd Thursday of each month with a meal at 6:30p.m., meeting around 7p. We Welcome all Veterans to our Post. Come Visit !!

Another History Lesson From The Patterson Cottage                       The early 1900’s brought a contingent of entrepreneurs, businessmen, industrialists, educators, salesmen and dreamers to the small town of Liberty. It was all because the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley chose to build its rails through the town and place a depot at the crossroads, creating a wealth of opportunity for all those who had a desire to succeed. None of these had more desire or was more innovative than Dr. George Adam Foster.   George Foster was born in 1858 near Kimesville and was raised by his mother Nellie. He graduated from Oakdale High School at Rock Creek, married Margaret Whitesell in 1880 and in 1891, after studying at Baltimore Medical College, was granted his license to practice medicine. By this time he and Margaret had a seven-year-old daughter, Izona.   It’s not known where he practiced for the next twenty years, but on November 22, 1911, the Siler City “Grit” announced that G.A. Foster, M.D. of Liberty, specialist in diseases of the stomach and intestines, had opened an office and laboratory in Liberty. It was also reported that he had built a new brick office and brought a new microscope and fine set of instruments.             In the meantime, he had been a busy man. In 1900 he built a steam sawmill at “the old Patterson Mill”, which he had purchased. In 1903 he attended thirty days of lectures in Baltimore and more lectures in St. Louis a year later.    In 1907, after selling his sawmill, he and his friend William Hanner were reported “to have bought quite a slice of stock in Liberty Chair Factory”. The same year, Foster was listed as one of the directors of Liberty Telephone.                       Two years later he and friends took an extended trip through Canada, visiting the Alaska-Yukon exposition, and continuing to Seattle, down the Pacific coast and then on to Colorado Springs and Pike’s Peak.  After returning to Liberty, he and William Hanner and others incorporated the Hosiery Manufacturing Company of Liberty to do a general knitting business. Another newspaper called it the Lee Hosiery Manufacturing Company of Liberty and noted that it had $50,000 in capital.                       In 1911, the year he built his office in Liberty, he took a special course on stomach aliments at the American Hospital in Philadelphia. As a side note, the Greensboro “Patriot” reported that on April 6 of that year, Dr. Foster purchased a new automobile.             The late Francine Swaim said that the Fosters lived in a one story house on the hill where the Liberty Post Office is now located. His office and “hospital” were located across the street from their home.             For the next fourteen years, George Foster seemed to have an interest in every business in Liberty. He became the president of the Eagle Manufacturing Company, maker of “new and very attractive” washboards, in 1912. The next year he bought the Mt. Pleasant Cotton Mill for $7,750. He opened offices in Siler City and Graham and found time to serve as state representative from Randolph County in 1915.                       He and two investors also opened the White Mfg. Company of Kimesville in 1915, for a general cotton milling business. They probably purchased or revamped the old Kimesville Mfg. Company which wove gingham and check-plaids and had 21 company-owned houses on the lake.             Dr. Foster immediately started advertising the recreational aspects of Kimesville Lake, posting in the Greensboro “Daily News” that “fishing is now good in Kimesville Mill pond….five dollars a year for hooking and picnic privileges”. Foster built cabins on the lake  and according to the “Daily-Times News” of Burlington, “fishing, boating, swimming and picnicking became a flourishing business in the village.”  The family still operated “the Kimesville resort” at least into the 1950’s with a bath house and drink stand, long after the cotton mill closed in 1919.                       Foster was elected to the board of directors of Liberty Bank, named as president of Rowe Parlor Furniture Co. of High Point, was a stock holder in Liberty Broom Works and Liberty Picker Stick and Novelty Company, in addition to being in the real estate business with James Filmore Pickett.  One wonders when he had time for patients, but evidently he did, being dispatched to Wilmington to help treat victims of the Spanish influenza in 1918. On his return to Liberty he got back to business, founding Foster Furniture Mfg. Company, located on Fayetteville Street. On May 1, 1920, his wife Margaret passed away. Francine Swaim said at this time Dr. Foster moved across town to live with his daughter Izona, who had married dentist Dr. J.D. Gregg (later a mayor of Liberty).             Always looking for a business opportunity, Dr. Foster built a large frame building in the area of the parking lot for Dollar General and engaged in the manufacturing, bottling and selling of patent medicines. His most famous product was called Dr. Foster’s Liver Kick and was advertised at least through World War II, twenty years after Foster’s death. It was said ”to relieve distress from nervous indigestion, muscular pains and similar harassing symptoms”. Francine Swaim wrote that workers who helped in the plant declared the tonic had high alcoholic content.             Dr. Foster passed away on October 22, 1925 and is buried at Fairview Cemetery. His legacy lives on in the street named for him, Foster Street, which runs by Fairview Cemetery.             The Patterson Cottage has several of Dr. Foster’s posters advertising his Liver Kick and the corporate seal of Foster Furniture Company, donated by Margaret Davis. We do not, however, have a Foster’s Liver Kick bottle. If you have one, please call Warren Dixon at 622-2731. *  *             **             **                 **                  **                  **                **                       The Patterson Cottage would like to thank everyone who made our annual Heritage Festival a success and to all of you who purchased raffle tickets to help support the cottage. We won’t be open officially the rest of the year, but if you’d like a personal or group tour, please call  Warren Dixon at the above number or Tom Meacham at 622-1998.

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“Another Day In Paradise” All of us remember the special moments and people that have helped or inspired us along life’s journey. When Liberty Drug closed it doors in 2011, Liberty residents thought that they were losing one of those special people, Johnny King, the Drug store’s manager for many years. However, the Liberty Leader is proud to report, that after a two-year absence, Johnny is, “Back in Town” as a pharmacist at Liberty Family Pharmacy. “I remember the excitement of our customers when they learned Johnny would be joining our staff,” said Don Haslam, also a pharmacist at Liberty Drug. “Some of our customers have “been with” Johnny for 50 years as they like to put it. We had some customers cry with joy and some just smile and say, “another day in paradise”, Johnny’s personal motto, when I told them Johnny would be joining us. I didn’t know what they were talking about at first, but learned on Johnny’s first day when I asked how he was doing, and he replied with a big smile, “another day in paradise”. Johnny’s interest in Pharmacy started in High School while working the soda fountain at one of Edmonds Drug Stores. Working there, Johnny made his decision to enter Pharmacy School at the University of North Carolina after graduation from Bessemer High School, Greensboro. After graduating with a BS Pharmacy degree from Carolina in 1966, he came back to Greensboro to manager one of Edmonds Drug Stores. In 1970, Johnny entered into a partnership with Flynn Drug Store owner in Winston-Salem and worked there until he opened his own, King Southeast Drug in Forest Oaks Shopping Center, Greensboro, NC.  After long hours and days, he decided to sell and work part-time which he did for, Kinard Drug/Greensboro & Health Care Services, Liberty Drug Store, Stokesdale Family Pharmacy and now at Liberty Family Pharmacy. He still helps other pharmacies such as Asheboro Drug in Asheboro.

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“When we learned about Best of Randolph Awards, we immediately thought of Johnny for the Best Pharmacist category. It was truly a very well received, community supported effort. It has been an honor working with another pharmacist with such experience and integrity; not just in pharmacy, but also with many life matters. We were so happy when Johnny won. He has been serving our area in a pharmacy for over 50 years (since high school), longer than I’ve been alive! That is such a great accomplishment and a testimony to Johnny’s dedication”, said Don. Johnny is married to Jean Murphy King, who is employed as a Realtor/Broker with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services and together have one son, Todd, who has followed in his father's footsteps with a PharmD degree from Campbell University. Todd is employed as a Senior Director of Clinical Services for Omnicare Pharmacy Services. He is married to Leanna Burris of Greensboro and they have 4 children.  Johnny enjoys and loves every minute of spending time with the grandchildren, watching their ballgames and many other activities. Liberty Family Pharmacy will be hosting a small dinner/award presentation in honor of Johnny. The date hasn’t yet been decided, but anyone wanting to participate, please call the store at 336-795-0052. They will take your name and number and let you know what date and time the event will be held.

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November 2015 Ramseur All New Christmas Lineup The Ramseur Chamber of Commerce will host a "Evening" Christmas parade followed by the Lighting of the Christmas Tree on Roller Mill Hill in historical downtown Ramseur on Saturday, December 5th at 5:00pm. Evening highlights include a first time ever "Evening" parade followed by holiday festivities in downtown Ramseur. You’ll be able to visit the Ramseur Museum, roast marshmallows, listen to traditional songs of the season and enjoy the smell of hot coco filling the air as you stroll the downtown area. We will be accepting non-perishable foods at the event for our local food pantry. This event is free and open to the public.

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DECEMBER 5TH

Festivities on Main Street start around 6:00pm after the parade Sponsored by Ramseur Chamber of Commerce

LET’S PACK IT FULL; THE FOOD PANTRY The Liberty Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Liberty Associations of Churches is hosting a food drive to help stock the local food pantry. Let’s pack the shelves full. The chamber is requesting all chamber members put a food box out at their place of business to collect canned and nonperishable food items in. The Chamber and the LAC will provide a trailer the day of the parade to do the final collection. If you attend the Christmas Parade, please bring a canned food donation. Chamber and LAC members will be collecting food donations along the route of the parade. Let’s pack the shelves full, so there is enough food to share with any needy family this holiday season and through the winter.

For more information and parade form, please visit our facebook page or website at www.ramseurchamberofcommerce.org Thank you to our PLATINUM and GOLD sponsors:

Red Squared Entertainment The John Plant Company

Liberty Leader

FREE Sat Nov 21 From 8am to 6pm Limited To Haircut Only Courtesy Of Amanda’s Salon Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

Bring Your Food Donations During Liberty Parade

State-Inspected Home Based Bakery 7027 Sandy Creek Church Rd, Staley

Custom made decorated cakes for birthdays, baby showers and other special occasions Photo cakes A variety of homemade pies, cakes, and cookies Call Sandy At (336)622-2378

Please Call 48 Hours In Advance To Fill Order

Lets See If We Can Fill It

Amanda’s Salon

More Flexible Hours Call or Come Visit New Location

Manly Monday - $9 Cuts

Tintin’ Tuesday - Up to 15 Hi-Lites with a shampoo, cut & Style $25

Waxin Wednesday Specials

Old Timer Thursday- 25% Off Seniors 60+

Freebie Friday - Free Shampoo with A Cut

Highlights & CUT $45 “Amanda Clark” - Owner/Stylist 6871 NC Hwy 49 N (Next To Ruritan Hut) Ph 622-5887 (KUTS)

Amanda’s Salon Is Wanting To Give Back For All God has done for her in 2014

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November 2015 SUPPORT CARS PROGRAM PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS HAPPY FALL! Ticket sales are going good for our 50” TV or $400.00 Cash Give Away sponsored by Modern Woodmen Matching Fund Raffle and 100 Man Project, Inc. (C.A.R.S.). This is a fundraiser to raise at least $5000.00 toward upgrading our wheelchair accessible van. Since the inception of the C.A.R.S. program there has been over 950 rides given to clients and over 47,000 miles driven to the appointments. Thus proving the need for this service in the Liberty/Staley area. If you have yet to purchase a ticket, please contact one of our members or call 336-622-5774 for a ticket.

LOFLIN FUNERAL HOME OF LIBERTY

212 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty

Ph 336-622-2256 Office Ph 336-622-2258 Obit Line

Tyson Nixon, Manager And Staff Serving The Local Community

Your local and affordable children's resale shop! weecyclekids.com 118 W Swannanoa Ave, Liberty 336-622-0152

Drawing will be held at noon on November 16th, 2016 at the Liberty Fire Dept.

Win TV

WIn

or $400 Cash

COMMUNITY AREA RIDE SERVICE (C.A.R.S.)

Service Plus Appliance Repair

A local non-profit organization based in Liberty. We offer transportation for residents of Liberty or Staley or folks that have a 622-Telephone exchange to medical facilities, social services or nursing homes.

Sales * Service * Repair

We Service All Major Brands “Serving Liberty and Surrounding Areas” 436 N Greensboro St, Liberty

David Mabe 252-646-4742 Chris Turner 336-451-1536

On Site Repair or In House Repairs We Buy Used Appliances Stock On Most Major Appliance Parts New and Used Appliances For Sale

Generic Zyrtec 90 Count $9.99 Generic Claritin 100 Count $9.99

Smoothies Are Back !! $3.99

430 N Greensboro St, Liberty

Phone 336-795-0052 Open M-F 8:30AM-6:00PM, SAT 9:00AM-1:00PM, SUN Closed

Over 25 Years Service Experiences

Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

Prescription Discount Club

Call or stop by store for more details

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MAY 2 24 3 Public Auctions – Online Bidding MAY Only JUNE JUNE 1 *Estate of the Late Jimmie Lee Brady *STX Services, Inc. JUNE 536 Country Club Dr., Asheboro, NC 32 Rock Quarry Rd., Pelham, NC Chapel Hill • Pittsboro • GreensboroShop • &Denton 8 5 Farm, Shop, Lawn Equipment, Antiques & Collectibles, Guitars, Farm Equipment, VehiclesJUNE JULY Chapel Hill • Pittsboro • Greensboro • Denton Fiddles & 50+ Shotguns & Rifles NORTH CAROLINA JULY 5 Bidding Ends late November NORTH CAROLINA Also House on 23+/- Acre Farm in Bennett Bidding Ends late November

Real Estate & Equipment Liquida!on for R. Nelson Wall & Equipment Liquida!on Real Estate for R. Nelson Wall

Chatham County Surplus Chatham County Surplus

Estate of the Late Garland “Doc” Estate of the Late Kirkman Garland “Doc” Kirkman

PUBLIC PUBLIC PUBLIC PUBLIC AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION SATURDAY, JUNE 1 FRIDAY, MAY 24 FRIDAY, MAY 24 10 AM 10 AM

PUBLIC PUBLIC AUCTION AUCTION SATURDAY, JUNE 8

SATURDAY, JUNE 1 9 AM 9 AM

SATURDAY, JUNE 8 9 AM 9 AM

2151 Lystra Road 720 County Landfill 3664 Andrews Dairy Rd *Home &Rd. 4+/in Andrews Snow Camp, NC 2151 Lystra Road 720 County Landfill Rd. Acres 3664 Dairy Rd. Chapel Hill, NC Hill, NC Pittsboro, NCNC Greensboro, Chapel Pittsboro, Greensboro, NC NC

Preview: May 23, Noon - 5pm Preview: May 23, Noon - 5pm

Bidding Preview: May 31, Noon - 5 pm Preview: May 31, Noon - 5 pm

Ends late November Preview: June 7, Noon - 5 pm Preview: June 7, Noon - 5 pm

(2) 5.5± Acre Lots Vehicles, Furniture, (2) 5.5± Acre Lots Vehicles, Furniture, Equipment Equipment Equipment Equipment Lot with Mobile Lot withHome Mobile Home

Vintage Engines Vintage Engines & & Cushman Scooters Cushman Scooters

18th 18th ANNUAL CONSIGNMENT AUCTION ANNUAL CONSIGNMENT AUCTION FRIDAY, JULY 5TH, FRIDAY, JULY 5TH,99AM AM

Held at theHeld 43rd Southeast Old Threshers’ Reunion at Annual the 43rd Annual Southeast Old Threshers’ Reunion

Accep!ng Consignments Accep!ng Consignments Farm Park, Denton, Denton Farm Park, Denton, Today thru July 4th thru July 4th Denton Today

NC NC

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LOFLIN FUNERAL HOME

Locally Owned & Operated

Ramseur, NC

147 Coleridge Rd

Richard Jones

(Phone) 336-824-2386 (Obituary Desk) 336-318-3535


Bill Craven

Service Since 1904 Green Acres Small Engine Parts & Service

We would like to thank our customers for helping us grow these past 2 years. As we grow, it is our desire to better serve you, our valued customers. We are proud to announce our certification as a Kohler engine dealer with expert technician status for all your Kohler parts, service and warranty repairs.

We are also excited to announce that we now carry Tanaka Power Equipment. Backed by a 7 year homeowner/2 year commercial warranty As a Tanaka dealer, we offer manufacturer support, instock parts and professional service.

We always welcome feedback from our customers, as we aim for perfection, but rarely achieve it. We strive to satisfy our customers, as we would not be here without you. Come visit us today at 2530 NC Hwy 49 N. in Ramseur. (336) 622-0389 Tuesday – Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm Saturday 8:00am - 2:00pm 139 W Swannanoa Ave Downtown Liberty Featuring: Coffee-Lattes-Drinks Pies-Cakes-Doughnuts Cookies-Rolls Specialty to Birthday Cakes 8:00am to 4:00pm Tuesday thru Friday 9am to 6:30pm Saturday

November Specials

$10 Pound Cakes

( Several Flavors - Pre Order)

Pre Order For Thanksgiving For Yeast Rolls, pies, cakes Orders Due by Nov 21 Sat Christmas Cookie Classes Held 1 to 2:30 On Nov 21, Dec 5, Dec 12, Dec 19 Must RSVP by Tuesday Before Classes Held With Min 5 To Max 15 Cost for class $20 Price includes learning to bake the cookies, decorate the cookies and 6 cookies to take home.

336-588-3801 336-622-1280

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Awesome Finds

Vintage Thrift & Gift

129 W Swannanoa Ave Downtown Liberty Unique Boutique & Treasures

See Us For Your Decorating And Gift Ideas For The Holiday Season Watch For Specials And Sales On Our Facebook Page “Awesome Finds Vintage Thrift and Gift” Carol & Duane Wall Owners & Treasurer Hunters Hrs 11-5 Tue - Sat or By Apt. —Closed Sun & Mon

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Nov 25th at 7pm Maintenance Landscape Installation Spraying Pressure Washing Grading

Leaf Cleanup Landscape Lighting General Construction Home Repair Property Preservation

Liberty Assoc Of Church Community Thanksgiving Service To Be Hosted At Mt Pleasant Baptist Church 7076 Sandy Creek Ch Rd, Staley Local Choirs And Area Pastors Leading Message by Rev Milton Battle ( St Stephens AME) Everyone Encouraged To 
 Bring Canned Food For Food Pantry

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Julie$D$Powers$–$ 336.880.0537$ Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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Liberty!Home.! ! 3!Bedroom!2!Bath!Doublewide!Home!on!2.15! acres.!2!car!Detached!Garage!is!on!a!cement! pad!and!is!wired!for!electricity.!Special! Financing!is!required!for!ANY!Mobile!Home.! Call!Carolina!Farm!Credit,!Fidelity!Bank!or!Sun! Trust!for!financing!information.!Home!is!on!a! permanent!foundation!and!is!included!in!the! Deed!not!held!with!DMV.! ! jdpowerstcr@gmail.com$

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NEW TO THE LIBERTY AREA! 47 Years Experience in Wig Fitting We Cater to your Personal Needs

Fishing Tackle Spent Round Jewelry

New Owners & Locally Owned Craig & Karen McDaris

(Specializing in assisting chemowith therapy patients) Specializing in assisting anyone medical needs

FEATURING: Designer Wigs, Ethnic Wigs Jewelry, Clothing And Much More! Tanning. 116 Swannanoa Ave. Liberty, NC 27298 336-622-9447 336-362-0456 Cell ceciliasboutique@rtelco.net Tuesday-Saturday 11am-6pm

CANE CREEK FRIENDS MEETING ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL IS NOVEMBER 14

SNOW CAMP, NC  – Cane Creek Friends Meeting Fall Festival is Saturday, November 14 at the church at 719 W. Greensboro-Chapel Hill R o a d , Snow Camp.Come and enjoy Chicken Pie, Barbecue, Brunswick Stew, Vegetables, Rolls, Dessert and Beverage from 4 pm – 7 pm.  Adult Plates are $8, Children age 4-12 are $4, age 3 and under eat free.  Eat in or take-out.    Also country store and bake sale.Ham & Sausage Biscuits and Fried Apple Pies 7 am – 10 am and Hot Dogs 11 am – 1 pm.  Brunswick Stew by the quart $7, while Sausage is $3.50 per pound.  For more information or to place advance orders for Brunswick Stew and Sausage, call (336) 376-6092.   Funds raised go to support church and community activities.

Faith Christian School 37th Fall Festival

SUPPLY & GROCERY (New Winter Hours)

BOLO Ties (New)

Mon-Fri 6am-8pm Sat 7am-8pm Sun 9am-5pm

Baskets For The Holiday

4508 NC Hwy 49N, Liberty

Phone 336-622-1531

Live Bait (Year Round)

Hunting Accessories

Be sure to check out our

Local Beef & Pork Pimento Cheese Oranges Apples Pinto Beans Raw Peanuts

Frid Nov 27 Open Thanksgiving Day!! 7am to 4pm Come have breakfast with us.

Deer Corn $7 A Bag

Have You Seen Or Heard About New Group Call MOPS? The tag line says a lot, “Hey Mom Need A Break”. I inquired from Jennifer Hand that helps coordinate this great group what is it all about. She stated, “ I am so excited that you are interested in learning more about us. MOPS is all about meeting the needs of every mom from conception through Kindergarten whether you are a stay at home, working, teen, adoptive, special needs, single or married, MOPS is for you. MOPS is a place where moms can come to be encourage and supported by other moms who are in the very same season of life and best of all, to make some great friends. You do not have to be a church goer or a specific denomination to join us. “ In concluding our conversation Jennifer shared, “ I hope to see all these moms at our next meeting. November Meetings are : Thursday, November 12th, 6-8pm and Friday, November 20th, 10am-12pm. Also do not forget that there is childcare provided. We meet at Freedom Family Church at 510N Greensboro St, Liberty. If you have more questions you can call or text me at 919-548-2130. On Facebook look for group called “Liberty Mops”.

Downtown Liberty Merchants Trick R Treat Every we our little town of Liberty Business open their doors Friday near halloween mid morning for all local daycares to stay at home kids to come visit them and trick r treat. Love seeing the great turn out.

Our 37th Fall Festival will be here in about a month, but our preparations are already beginning. Make your plans to come out and enjoy this annual event with us on Friday, November 20. Our festival  includes barbecue, baked goods, crafts, various activities for students and an evening auction. Times will be from 11am to 7pm

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CALL TODAY! $ 50.00 FREE gift card. Many restaurants to choose from Offer applies with vehicle repair over $900. Expires: 11/30/15 Please mention this ad. Not valid with any other offer.

437 Frances Dr. Liberty

Billy “Crash” Craddock “Knock Three Times” - “Rub It In” “Dream Lover” - “Ruby Baby”

Saturday-Dec 5th-7:00 PM

LACHEY ELECTRIC COMPANY Family owned for 25 years, Pools, spas, bath tub Jacuzzi’s Fans, lights, breakers fuses

                       336-622-9722 Tim & Becky Lachey, Owners

Reservations Recommended / Limited Seating VIP Tickets $42 / GENERAL ADMISSION $37 336-622-3844 email: info@thelibertyshowcase.com

THE LIBERTY SHOWCASE THEATRE 101 S Fayetteville St, Downtown Liberty, NC

Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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RC Computers

Computer Sales * Service * Upgrades * Networking Residential & Commercial Nothing Too Big Or Too Small 126 W Swannanoa Ave (Downtown Liberty) Ph 336-795-0118

Virus Removal Custom Built & Used Computer Sales

Watch Battery Replacement Repair Smart Phones (Screen Replacement) Buy Gold / Silver/ Coins Copy / Fax / Internet Locally Owned & Operated By

Richard Clapp A+ Certified Technician 15 + Years Of Service Microsoft Professional

Email Richard@RCComputers.biz

Learn about the rights of seniors in long-term care facilities November 19 at 10:00 AM at the Reitzel Senior Center

128 South Fayetteville St, Liberty (across from Y'all Come Back Cafe) • If you have questions about long-term care? • If you want to understand the rights of seniors and their families when it comes to long-term care facilities? • If you desire to understand bills and procedures? Come attend this free meeting on November 19 at 10:00 AM at the Reitzel Center in Liberty. The meeting will be lead by Karin Kiser, LongTerm Care Ombudsman with the Area Agency on Aging. An Ombudsman advocates for your legal rights, mediates disputes, provides information and assistance, and educates the public on long term care issues.

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Liberty Elem School Back Pack Program

So lets learn a little bit more about this great program that needs a little helping hand. I contact Kim Martin that runs the program. She stated, “ We started the program in 2007.  The first year we had 21 children signed up. As of today, we have 57.  We do not have any type of screening.  Children are referred by teachers or other school staff.  All we need to get them started is a signed permission slip.  We try to use easy to open/prepare food that children like.  Our most expensive items are Chef Boyardee (or other name brand canned pasta), macaroni and cheese, and beanee weanees.   We put 12 kid friendly individually wrapped items in each backpack on Fridays.  That averages out to be $4.50 per child/$1000 per month (this is not including the food that is regularly donated)  ALL money for this program comes from donations by individuals, churches, businesses, and organizations in Liberty!!!  Isn't that wonderful!!!   There are different ways individuals, churches, businesses, or other organizations can participate w/ our program. **Monetary donations:  I am trying to get monthly sponsors.  In the past we have operated more on the occasional donation basis.  Although I appreciate all monetary donations, if I can get 20 people to pledge $50 or 40 people to pledge $25 per month, then we will be completely funded from month to month.  There is an account set up at Fidelity Bank and Wells Fargo so all donations are tax deductible.  Checks can be made out to Sandy Creek Backpack Program and mailed to: Sandy Creek Baptist Church  C/O Kim Martin 4765 Sandy Creek Church Road Liberty NC 27298   OR can dropped off at one of the banks or Liberty School. **Food donations:  We currently have some churches who regularly donate a specific item.  This helps reduce the per child cost mentioned above.  Anyone wishing to donate food at any time, can drop it off at Liberty School.  If someone is interested in a regular monthly donation each month they can give me a call and we'll discuss the specifics. Popular backpack items: Chefboyardee Beanee Weanees Poptarts Granola Bars Cereal Bars Raisins Canned fruit Peanut Butter Crackers Cracker pack (cheezits, gold fish...) Fruit snack Cookie pack Oatmeal Rice Krispie Treat or other sweet treat Ramen noodles Canned soup Macaroni and cheese Juice box or pack If you need more info, feel free to contact the Liberty Leader Newspaper and we will get your info to Kim Martin. Thanks for giving. Pay it forward.

Wade Hardin Landscapes

Contact

Wade Hardin (336)240-7925

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Seeding & Fertilizing Pruning & Trimming Irrigation Property Clean Up Tree Removal Bobcat & Dump Truck Pine Needles & Mulch New Installations (and repairs) Insect & Disease Control

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Draggin For Tots

Friendly Beauty Shop 514 N Greensboro St, Liberty

Ph 622-4989

Your Hometown Friendly Beauty Shop Man Megan ie n An dy Sus

It can be so easy to take things for granted. We live our “normal” lives and sometimes loose track of what others may be going through. One of the things that I love about is that no matter what the situation, there is always and individual, group, club or organization that pulls people together when needs arise. Such was the case with Draggin For Tots. A group of friends and fellow car guys got together and put this toy drive show into motion. Toys were collected last year from the show entries for the Randolph and Montgomery counties’ Toys For Tots. Over 1,000 toys were donated and about $300 in cash raised at the show. There were trophies for the top 20 rides as well as a longest distance traveled and club participation, but the true reward was learning that EVERY kid on the list would receive at least 3 toys that year thanks to everyone’s support. The show was great and brought out a positive out of everyone. I encourage you to make plans to grab a toy and visit this years Draggin For Tots that will be hosted this year on Saturday Dec 12 at Roush Fenway Racing that is located at 5835 NC Hwy 49 North in Liberty (just as you leave the city limits of Liberty heading toward Ramseur) This will the 4th annual Dragging For Tots Truck/Bike/ Car Show. Gates open at 9am with registration until 1pm. Registration fees is a NEW UNWRAPPED Toy. This yearsAwards include Top 25, Club Participation(which goes to club/ person who brings the most toys) Longest Distance Traveled, Best Under Construction, Best of Show and Kids Choice.. Club/Kids Games...Adult and Kid Creeper Races, Car Limbo, Truck Limbo, Bouncy House for kids...Pics with Santa...We have also added Audio Demos and features from some of the biggest names in the audio world...(Draggin For Tots is an Official Sponsor for Randolph/ Montgomery Toys For Tots) Community come out, there will be great rides to see, pictures with Santa at Noon to 1, bounce houses and kid games.

Volume 12 Issue 11 Jonah Evendale Bray of Southport, (formerly of Liberty, NC), passed away on Sunday, October 25,2015 at New Hanover Regional Center in Wilmington, NC. He was preceded in death by his father Roger Bray, grandparents: Kenneth Driggers, Joe and Lucille Bray. Surviving are daughter :Megan Bray of Shelby, NC; mother: Glenda Bray of Liberty; grandmother: Louise Driggers of Liberty; sisters Jamie Presnell (Danny) of Pleasant Garden, Jada Bray; brothers: Jonathan Bray (Nichole) of Liberty, Joshua Bray (Jessica), Jeremy Bray, Justin Bray, Jody Bray, and Jessie Bray. Niece; Dani-Klaire. Nephews: Ryan, Griffin, Logan and Joshua. A host of uncles and aunts. Girlfriend: Melinda Dawn Chaulk and her daughter Jaymi of Surf City, NC. Jonah is also survived by many close friends from many different towns and states, there are too many to list but he would not want them to not be recognized. Jonah was a donor and has helped at least seven people be able to continue their journey. He had such a big heart and a love for everyone. The family wishes to thank everyone that donated to The Go Fund Me fundraiser and also a very special thanks to Kimes Funeral Services for the services provided for the family. A memorial service to celebrate Jonah’s life was held on Monday, November 2 at New Covenant Church in Pleasant Garden, NC. The family requests that donations be made to Kimes Funeral Services in Liberty,NC .

A Crafty Christmas will be held Nov. 17-19, from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day at the Randolph-Asheboro YMCA. The classes are sponsored by the Randolph County Extension and Cooperative Association. Cost is $10 per class. Registration deadline is Oct. 30.
 
    Each class will be limited to 10 participants. The first class is in session from 8:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m daily. After a break for prepared refreshments, the second set of classes for the day runs from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. The classes are open to ECA members and the public.
 
      Classes include:  Gifts from the Kitchen, Needle Punch Embroidery, Zipper Brooch, Chrismons, Spoon Santa, Iris-Folding, Tea Cup Gardening, Balloon Magnolia, Wine Cork Ornaments, Ribbon Wreath, Button Brooch, Lighted Wine Bottle, Moravian Star, Pine Cone Cluster Door Hanger, Tea Bag Angel, Candle Surround Ring, Christmas Kissing Ball, Herb Mix Ornament, Quilted Christmas Ball, Holiday Earrings, and Inspiration from the Winter Garden. Samples are on display at the Cooperative Extension Office.
 
      Call (336)318-6000 or come by the Cooperative Extension Office for a registration form. The office is located at 112 W. Walker Ave., Asheboro. During Crafty Christmas, child care for ages 6 weeks-6 years old is available at the YMCA. Contact the YMCA Nursery Staff for information at (336)625-1976.

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The Four Saints Art Wall Project information al meeting is Tuesday, Nov17th at 6:30p

Boating Safety Course Set for Nov. 14 at Randolph Community College

Asheboro –  Four Saints Brewing Company will host an information meeting for their inaugural “Art Wall Project” on Tuesday, November 17th at 6:30 p.m. The free meeting takes places in their tasting room located at 218 South Fayetteville Street, in downtown Asheboro.  The Art Wall Project is designed to feature four visual art installations from area artists.  Stipends are available for selected artists.  Interested artists age 21 and over are invited to attend the information meeting in order to learn more about the project.  For a complete list of guidelines and rules for submission including a downloadable PDF file visit: http://www.foursaintsbrewing.com/four-saints-artwall-project.html .bOne of the newest microbreweries in North Carolina, Four Saints Brewing Company, is announcing a call for art proposals for their inaugural “Art Wall Project”.  Located at 218 South Fayetteville Street in downtown Asheboro, features North Carolina-based artists as part of their “Great Beer for Great People” beginning business model.  “We believe the arts are an integral part of every healthy and thriving community,” according to Joel McClosky, Chief Executive of Four Saints. “Being able to showcase local artists in our taproom through this project is one way we can support, enliven, and encourage the arts in our rejuvenating community.”   Four artists will be selected to create four separate artworks onsite utilizing a designated 12 feet long and 4.5 feet high blank wall in the Four Saints Tasting Room. Each of the four works of art will be on display for a period of three months. The complete Art Wall Project, with rotating art installations, will begin January 2016 and conclude July 2017. Each artist will be honored with a public meet-and-greet reception. As an added bonus, each artist will also design a limited edition t-shirt to commemorate their project. These shirts will be available for sale to the public. Stipends for each project are available.    The Four Saints Art Wall Project proposals must be received and/or postmarked by December 19th, 2015. A nominal fee of $5 is required. Four Saints will host a free information meeting on Tuesday, November 17, 2015 @6:30 p.m. in the tasting room located at 218 South Fayetteville Street, in downtown Asheboro. For a complete list of guidelines and rules for submission including a downloadable PDF file visit: http:// www.foursaintsbrewing.com/four-saints-art-wallproject.html . You may also email questions to artwall@foursaintsbrewing.com . No phone calls please.  

  Randolph Community College’s Workforce Development and Continuing Education Division, in partnership with the U.S. Coast Guard Badin Lake Flotilla, will offer an eight-hour Boating Safety class on Saturday, Nov. 14. Topics will

include an introduction to boating; boating law; boat safety equipment; safe boating; navigation; boating problems; trailering, storing, and protecting your boat; hunting and fishing; water-skiing; and river boating. The class will meet from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in the Continuing Education and Industrial Center on the Asheboro Campus. The cost is $40. For more information or to register, call 336-633-0268.

Foxes Turkey Farm - Liberty, NC Ph 336-382-3788 Order That Perfect Turkey For The Holidays Why not even give one as a gift? Let The Fox Get The Perfect Turkey For You….

(Thrift store operated by the Liberty Association of Churches)

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-Five bedroom, 3 ½ bath brick two story colonial with den and double garage, with large walk out basement, on a one plus acre city lot. $199,500. -Older brick home, 3 bedroom , one bath with single garage on one acre lot on main business thoroughfare in Liberty. $79,500.00 ( the tax value of the lot only is over this amount.) -3 bed, 2 bath country cottage on 7 acres, with a pond, outbldgs, $82,500. -Best building lot in Fogleman Acres, 200 ft.X 175 ft., priced to sell at $24,000. -3 bedroom, one bath with detached double garage in liberty on large city lot, $79,500. -22.5 acres with huge vehicle repair shop with 10,000 lb. lift, 3 roll up doors, full bath, compressed air stations, upstairs rooms and wood working shop on parcel as well.$195,000.00 -3.17 acres, two story barn, well and septic system on Silk Hope-Liberty Rd.,now reduced to $35,000.00 -1.45 acre lot on liberty Grove Church Rd. Site built home only, $25,000.00 -Building lots from 1/2 to 3 acres in all areas around Liberty. Some are site built only lots, some modular, some doublewide & single wide lots. $22,000 to 39,900 and some are with owner financing.

Meacham Realty, Inc. Tom Meacham

205 E Swannanoa Ave- Liberty Office :622-1998 Fax: 622-5998 Email: meachamrealty@rtelco.net

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211 Worth St Asheboro, NC 27203 336-328-0416 www.edwardjones.com

Member SIPC

Gwen Taylor - Owner / Preparer 728 S Greensboro St, Liberty

Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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COUNTRYSIDE PUBLIC AUCTION Collectibles Collectibles Mall Hours Monday 10am-6pm Tuesday 10am-6pm

& Antiques Mall Aug 16, 9:00AM

COUNTRYSIDE Wednesday 10am-6pm Collectibles Thursday 10am-6pmOf Danny & Sue Snipes - Living Estate & Antiques Mall Friday 10am-6pm 196 SCOTT FARM RD., ASHEBORO Saturday 10am-6pm 219 Chatham Square Selling 1,775 sq.ft. Farm House on 30.65 +/- acres, Randolph County, NC. City NC 27344 Sunday Parcel: 1pm-6pm139205, Parcel Siler ID: 7666139205. (Call for full details) Ph. (919) 742-2013 Real Estate will be sold at 12:00 pm., subject to owner conformation. Call for details or preview.

Auctioneer is Agent for the seller. Buyer Agents welcome. 5% down payment from highest bidder required day of sale (no refunds). 5% buyer premium.

Auctions Directions: From Asheboro: Take I 73/74 (220) Visit our website or call South. Exit on New Hope Church Rd. Turn Left and go to stop sign at 220 Business. Turn Right, for time & dates

Scott Farm Rd. will be on your right. Follow Signs. WWW.COUNTRTYSIDEAUCTIONEERS.COM

Selling Personal Property: 2003 John Deere 790 Tractor w/Front End Loader only 413 hours, 4x4, Implements for Tractor, JD Finish Mower, JD Dump Trailer, JD Bush Hog, About JD Rototiller, Vendors Welcome Countryside Collectibles & Auction JD Utility Trailer, Boom Pole, Rorks, etc., Yard Furniture, Yard Tools, Hand Tools, Power Tools, Anvil, Enamel Pots, Fuel/Oil Barrels, Shop Fans, Wood Kegs, Air Compressors, Honda Generator, R/R Jack, Cast Iron Wash Pot, Chicken Coop, Tillers, Pressure Give us a call or just stop by to rent We are conveniently located at Our Auctions will be held in our Washer, Gun Safe, Wind Mill, Dinner Bell, a booth orEdger, showcase JD to display the intersection of Hwy 421 & Mall for your convenience (time Hay Silver Traps, .22 Remington, Misc. yourRake, Antiques and Coin, Collectibles Hwy Wrought 64 in Siler Iron City, NC. Our & dates will be updated weekly Pottery, Scaffolding, that you would like to sell. Wood Splitter, Fence, Drill Press, Lathe, Corn Planter, Horse Buggy, Mall consists of 30,000 square on our website.) A wide variety We send in Blower, all NC Sales Tax Boat, for Backpack John Chain Saws, Mower, feet of Antiques & Collectibles of items will b e s old at our you.Box, Household Items, Log Chains, Misc. Fire with a wide variety of collections Mall Auctions including Advertisement (Signs, Traffic, Tins, & Booths are only $1 a squareThermometers, foot MUCH, MUCH MORE!!! from many different vendors but not limited to: Collectibles, monthly with 10% commission on all sales. Furniture:coming from all around North Hoosier Cabinet, Oak Ice Box, Oak Server, Step Back Carolina and surrounding areas. Showcases are only $25 & $50 Cupboard, Farm Table, Pierced Easy Tin Cabinet Wood access to our Mall, with monthly (2 sizes to choose from) Cook Stove, Wood File Cabinet, Corner Cabinets with 10% commission on all sales. of parking right at the Cedar Chest, Refrigerator, Quiltplenty Cabinet, Rockers, willTable, make your shopping You Stock...We Sell... Hutch, Desk, door, Chest of Drawers, Porch Buffet, Chairs, Swing, Coffee Table, End Tables, Misc. experience with us, enjoyable. GIVE US A TRY TODAY!!! Cabinets, Wood Benches, Display Cabinets, 2 Leather Chairs, 2 Leather Stools & MUCH, MUCH MORE!!!

Antiques, Furniture, Tools, Toys, Appliances, Autos, Equipment, Guns, Real/Personal Property, Household Items, Etc.... Come Join us... You’ll be glad you did!!!

See Website For Terms & Conditions!

Give us a call for your Estate & Auction Needs...(919) 663-2034 Bobby Steele (919) 548-5500 Mark Brigham

MANY ITEMS NOT LISTED.... Other Be Added! Check Website For Updates! CheckItems us out on the May web...www.countrtysideauctioneers.com

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Teague’s Farm & Market

Fall maintenance for your heater, heating system, due now

$89

Volume 12 Issue 11

Commercial To Residential Systems

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Ph (336)376-6660 Hours Mon- Fri 6:30am to 6:30pm Sat 7:00am to 5:00pm Sun Closed We are a family owned farm & garden store. We sell garden plants, flowers, mulch, topsoil, animal feeds, animal health products, grass seed, fertilizer and farm raised beef. We look forward to seeing you.

For Each System Per Unit

New Stock Of Muck Boots

RAM AIRE MECHANICAL SERVICE, INC 1103 WILLIAMS ST, RAMSEUR, NC PHONE (336)521-0715

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Welcoming New

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F O O R P

Take charge of your dream for a confident retirement.

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E S I R P I ER AM

COLLEEN DOWNEY MITCHELL, AAMS® • Financial Advisor Sullivan Wealth Management A financial advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. 3750 Admiral Drive, Ste 105, High Point, NC 27265 336.858.5548 Ext 107 • colleen.mitchell@ampf.com sullivanwealthmanagement.com

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The Liberty Artisan & Craft Gallery Displaying The Work Of Over100 Artists and Craftspeople Come in for your “FREE” 2015-2016 Official NC State Map, Visitor Guides for Randolph County & Liberty. 2015-2016 Official North Carolina Travel Guide.’ Bee Keeping Supplies & Equipment - Local Honey Now Available - Creamed Honey - Cut Comb Honey

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60 MONTHS 0% APR.* Heat Now, Pay Later. Imagine coming home every day to an environment that’s as fresh, clean and healthy as it is comfortable. Now is the perfect time to make that a reality, with a Trane high performance heating and cooling system. And with 0% APR Financing with equal payments for 36 Months on a qualifying Trane systems, it’s never been so easy to own one. Maximum comfort, lower heating and cooling costs, clean indoor air, and affordable payment options -- that’s the Trane difference. Hurry! Must Purchase by February 29, 2012

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Call now for a free home comfort consultation. Swaim Electric Heat & A/C Inc.

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HARDIN LLC (919)799-7739

FOR ALL YOUR RENTAL NEEDS COMMERCIAL OR RESIDENTIAL WE BUY HOUSES

OFFICE SPACE STARTING $100 PER MONTH DOWNTOWN LIBERTY UPGRADE YOUR LOCATION/ WATCH YOUR BUSINESS GROW

Apartment/2 Bedroom/1 Bath

329 Brookwood Ave, Liberty

$400 month

American Legion Post #81 Yard Sale The American Legion Post will be having a “Huge Yard Sale” the weekend of the Antiques Festival, April 29 & 30th 2016. This sale will be inside the Legion and on the grounds. The last Yard Sale held at the Post was attended by over 600 people. We are now accepting donations for this sale. 10’ x 10’ Booth spaces will also be available for vendors in a designated area on the grounds of the Legion. Spaces will be $25.00 per day, rain or shine. There will be a limited number of spaces so call Cary at 336-707-8177 early to reserve, they will go fast. All proceeds from the yard sale and booth rentals will go to support American Legion Projects. Contact any of the following Yard Sale Committee members for Donation pick up or more information: Cary McMasters - 336-707-8177 Ritchie York - 336-215-2503 Guy Troy - 336-622-3375 Joe Morgan - 336-622-3720 Gail Morgan - 336-337-5031

Thinking Of Selling Your Home? Call Chris To Get A Free Market Analysis The better question is

What DON’T we do.

HELP WANTED Now accepting applications for general construction positions as well as office manager (must have computer experience).

Hal Kirkman Construction House /3 Bedroom/2 Bath 5413 Butler Ave, Liberty

$595 month

PO Box 298 Liberty, NC 27298 halkirkmanconstruction@yahoo.com 336-669-5708  336-622-2086 Honda Generator 2500 for sale, excellent condition for sale 622-4908

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Chinese Restaurant

TASTE THE DIFFERENCE We Use The Finished Ingredients- Fresh & Healthy Hours Ph 336-622-1518 Mon Closed

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Tue-Thu 10:30am -10pm Fri-Sat 10:30am-11pm Sun 10:30am-10pm

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BANK BUILDNG FOR LEASE 508 North Greensboro Street, Liberty

Modern Bank Building, 3500 sq ft, 7 ton HVAC Unit, Large Vault, Drive Thru Window, Private Offices, Large Teller Counter, Lots of Open Space. Handicap Accessible , Abundant Parking, Prime Location.

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At Chatham Hospital, convenient, quality care is our number one priority. And with the backing of one of the world’s leading academic medical centers, residents of Randolph County can hold us to that promise. Expert care is just down the road in Siler City.

Siler City, NC | 919-799-4000 chathamhospital.org

Ph 336-795-0054 / Cell 336-404-9791

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