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Issue 31 Pages 11-20
Week of July 31-August 6, 2015
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CAMPING WORLD TRUCKS
XFINITY SERIES
Race: Pennsylvania 400
Where: Pocono Raceway
When: Sunday, 1:30 p.m. (ET)
TV: NBCSN
2014 Winner: Dale Earnhardt Jr. (right)
Race: U.S. Cellular 250
Where: Iowa Speedway
When: Saturday, 8 p.m. (ET)
TV: NBCSN
2014 Winner: Brad Keselowski
Race: Pocono Mountains 150
Where: Pocono Raceway
When: Saturday, 1 p.m. (ET)
TV: FOX Sports 1
2014 Winner: Austin Dillon
Kyle Busch gets his biggest career win in the
Brickyard 400, gives Toyota its first Indy victory
Kyle Busch’s win at Indy was his third straight victory and his fourth in
the past five Sprint Cup races.
It was Busch’s third straight Cup victory, and his fourth win in the past
five races. It also was the first-ever Brickyard win for his manufacturer,
Toyota.
Despite his remarkable run of late, Busch needs to erase a 23-point deficit
to 30th-place Justin Allgaier in the points standings to be eligible for the
championship-deciding Chase for the Sprint Cup, which begins after six
more races.
To earn a spot in the Chase, Busch needs to finish in the top 30 in the
standings after the 26-race regular season ends. He has the wins he needs,
and NASCAR has waived the requirement that he enter all of the regularseason races after missing the first 11 while recovering from his Daytona
injuries.
But Chase implications were taking a back seat to the joy of the moment
for Busch at Indianapolis on Sunday evening.
“To come home with a victory here at the Brickyard 400 — there’s nothing
else like it,” he said. “It’s probably the biggest one of my career so far, and
hopefully there’s more wins here at the Brickyard and bigger wins in the
series yet for me.”
Busch said he considers NASCAR’s top four races to be the Daytona 500,
the Brickyard 400, the Coca-Cola 600 and the Southern 500. He won the
Southern 500 in 2008, while the other two majors have eluded him so far.
But among his 33 career Cup victories are some that are extra-special to
him.
“I’ve won my hometown race, which is a big race for me — the Las Vegas
race,” he said. “I’ve also won the Bristol night race, I’ve swept Bristol, so
there’s a lot of great things that have happened for me in my career, but this
one (at Indy) checks off probably the one that’s No. 2 on the races-to-win list,
but there’s still that elusive championship as well that we want to achieve.”
Many continue to be amazed at Busch’s ability to quickly adapt to changes
in NASCAR rules. In 2007 at Bristol Motor Speedway, he won the first-ever
race in the Car of Tomorrow. And in the past three weeks, he’s won with
three different aerodynamics packages.
He won Kentucky with a rules package that featured a smaller spoiler on
the rear of the cars, which was intended to produce less downforce.
His New Hampshire win the week before Indy came under the rules used
for most Cup races this season, and his latest win came in the debut of a
high-drag package designed to promote more passing at the front of the
field.
Busch’s crew chief, Adam Stevens, who is in his rookie season, said neither
he nor Busch could have been as successful the past three weeks without
the support of the entire Joe Gibbs Racing team.
“I think it has a lot less to do with myself or my individual race team as
much as it has to do with the entirety of Joe Gibbs Racing,” Stevens said.
“These cars don’t go fast because of one person.
“You can’t underestimate the hard work and the dedication of the folks
back at the shop that make these cars go fast.”
Busch participates in the ceremonial “kissing of the bricks” for winners
at the Brickyard.
Busch sweeps at Indianapolis Motor Speedway with Xfinity Series victory
Courtesy of Toyota Racing
Kyle Busch swept the weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, as he
also won Saturday’s Xfinity Series race. But while his win on Sunday was
another feel-good story all around, the story of his Saturday victory was as
much about the heartbreaking disappointment of young Ryan Blaney as it
was about Busch.
Blaney, driving the No. 22 Ford for Team Penske, took the lead from
Busch on a restart with 24 laps remaining, and was a half lap away from
what should have been his biggest career victory when he slipped out of
the groove off Turn Two, allowing Busch to motor past him and get the win.
Blaney, who finished second, ahead of Daniel Suarez, Paul Menard and
Elliott Sadler, was extremely dejected afterward.
“It was my fault,” he said. “This team doesn’t deserve that, and I threw
it away. It’s a pretty bad feeling to throw one away here at the Brickyard.”
He said it was his toughest loss in his brief NASCAR career, which includes
Kyle Busch’s victory in the Xfinity Series race at Indy gave him a sweep
of the weekend’s races.
NOTEBOOK
Newman’s Chase chances take a
blow at Indy
Ryan Newman, who made the Chase for the
Sprint Cup in 2014 and wound up second in the
final standings despite going winless all season,
is once again trying to make the field for the
championship-deciding Chase.
Although he’d rather win a race to earn entry
into the season-ending Chase, he also knows he
can get in the elite group of 16 Chase drivers
based on his position in the points standings.
Newman’s hopes of remaining in contention for
the Chase took a blow during qualifying at Indy,
when his crew forgot to attach the right-side window to his No. 31 Chevrolet. His qualifying time
was disallowed, so he had to start Sunday’s race
from the 43rd position. Still, he drove his way to
the front and was running eighth with a handful
of laps remaining. Two restarts on the slower outside line cost him three positions, and he wound
up 11th. He’s 12th in the standings and still solidly in the running for one of the 16 Chase berths,
despite not winning a race this year.
“To think we passed more than 30 cars is very
respectable at a place like Indy,” he said. “All in
all, it was a solid day, considering what we were
up against, and I look forward to going back to
Pocono because we had a good car there back in
June.”
Newman was also able to make it to the finish
despite an unidentified issue with his car that
was causing a loud banging noise.
“It was like a real loud pop — like somebody
was hitting it with a sledgehammer,” he said. “It’s
the first time I’ve ever had a race car do that.”
NUMERICALLY
SPEAKING
Courtesy of Toyota Racing
Courtesy of Toyota Racing
Kyle Busch’s amazing comeback continued at Indianapolis Motor Speedway last Sunday, as he scored the biggest win of his career.
Busch motored past both Kevin Harvick and Joey Logano in the closing
stages of the Brickyard 400 to claim his first Cup victory at the speedway
many consider to be the most historic in the world.
Logano finished second, ahead of Harvick, Martin Truex Jr. and Denny
Hamlin.
10 Sprint Cup races, 36 in the Xfinity Series and 55 more in the Camping
World Truck Series.
“Not many can say they had a chance to win at the Brickyard and gave it
away, but I did just that,” he said. “I think I’m the only one in that category
… that’s definitely going to sting for a long time.”
During his post-race interview, Blaney was informed that Dale Earnhardt
Jr. had tweeted: “I’m sure @Blaney feels awful right now, but he’s gonna
accomplish goals in his career that will soon leave today a very distant
memory.” It was little consolation to the despondent young driver.
“It doesn’t really take any of the shame away … but getting words of
encouragement from Dale definitely means a lot to me.”
Busch said the troubles for Blaney actually began a few laps before the
end, when lapped traffic hindered Blaney and wiped out a big lead he’d
built.
“Fortunately, a couple lapped cars messed up his (Blaney’s) momentum
and didn’t mess up mine as much and I was able to get through there,”
Busch said. “Once I got back close enough to him, I pushed him into a mistake, and that was all that it took.”
Blaney did bounce back in Sunday’s Sprint Cup race, driving the Wood
Brothers Ford to a respectable 12th place finish — the second-best finish of
his Cup career.
From a money standpoint, Regan Smith was the Indy race’s big winner.
With his eighth-place finish, he won his second straight $100,000 bonus in
the Xfinity Series’ Dash 4 Cash program.
Busch, who runs for points in the Sprint Cup Series, earned $77,539 for
the win, while the bonus pushed Smith’s payday to $135,440.
If Smith — who also took the Dash 4 Cash paycheck at Dover in May —
were to win the bonus money at Bristol on Aug. 21 and at Darlington on
Sept. 5, he’ll earn a total of $1 million.
Smith, Blaney, Saurez and Sadler, who were the highest finishing series
regulars at Indy, will run for the bonus at Bristol.
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Top-10 finishes this season by Kyle
Larson, who is 20th in the Sprint
Cup standings — the most of any
driver outside the top 16.
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Sprint Cup drivers with more than
$5 million in race winnings this
season: Kevin Harvick and Joey
Logano.
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Sprint Cup drivers who have won
more than $1 million this season.
Sprint Cup races won from the
pole at Pocono Raceway — the
most of any starting position.
SPRINT CUP STANdINGS
1. Kevin Harvick, 777
2. Joey Logano, 708
3. Dale Earnhardt Jr., 677
4. Jimmie Johnson, 675
5. Martin Truex Jr., 668
6. Brad Keselowski, 638
7. Matt Kenseth, 615
8. Kurt Busch, 612
9. Jamie McMurray, 602
10. Denny Hamlin, 591
Gordon calls final Brickyard appearance ‘unfortunate’ Stewart shines in Indy qualifying, then race
Jeff Gordon’s 22nd and final race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway ended with his worst finish
strategy relegates him to 28th-place finish
ever at the Brickyard, where he holds the record for race victories, with five.
For a time last Saturday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Tony Stewart looked like
the dominating driver he has been in years past.
After struggling all season long, Stewart and his No. 14 Chevrolet were fast in
practice and in qualifying for the Brickyard 400 at the home track of the Columbus,
Indiana, native.
He contended for the pole in the opening round of qualifying, posting the best time
of that session, then wound up fourth in the final round.
After qualifying, he was smiling, as if the misery of his 2015 season was behind
him.
Stewart’s good fortune continued in the early laps of Sunday’s race, when he ran
as high as second place through much of the first half of a race he’s won twice in the
past.
But on a restart at Lap 125, Stewart, whose team’s strategy had him on older tires
at that point, lost 10 spots on the first lap after the green flag was displayed.
A stop for fresh
rubber left him
in 25th place,
and he was never
able to recover.
He wound up
28th at the finish.
Stewart
remains 26th in
the points standings, with one
top-10 finish this
Stewart qualified well at Indy, but finished the race in 28th place.
season.
Andy Lyons/Getty Images for NASCAR
His No. 24 Chevrolet wasn’t up to its usual speed at Indy, and on Lap 51 he was involved in a
crash that sent him to the garage for repairs. He returned to the track several laps down, and finished 42nd. Gordon said he wasn’t sure exactly what led to the crash that ruined his day.
“We were just racing there on a restart,” Gordon said. “I was side-by-side with Kasey Kahne, and
I saw the No. 15 (Clint Bowyer) get sideways and was just trying to avoid him, and we both kind
of got loose.
“The car came around, and it was just everything I could do to try to recover and not hit the No.
15. And then it spun around and got into the outside wall and tore up the nose.”
Gordon said that up until that point, he felt good about his prospects in his final Brickyard
appearance.
“I feel like we were going to continue to make gains and work our way to the front,” he said. “But
we’ll never know now. It’s an unfortunate way to end it.”
He was philosophical after reflecting on the day.
“It seems like in recent
years it’s been kind of
feast or famine for us (at
Indy),” he said. “But I
tell you what — from the
first time I came here
all the way through last
year, and even this year,
the fans have been amazing, the experiences have
been amazing, the wins
... everything has been
incredible and I feel so
fortunate to have just
gotten an opportunity
to race here. Certainly
to have five wins here
Jeff Gordon and his family greet fans on Sunday before his final
is just unbelievable as
appearance at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
well.”
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Union High’s Evan Johnson
Setting His Course on the Greens
“Every day I wake up, I try and play golf,” he said. “I am always
doing something or working on something that will help me get
my game better.”
Whether that means hitting the weight room, exercising or
simply just swinging a club in his yard, Johnson puts in the work.
“I am very serious about this game,” he said. “I try to do everything
I can to get my game better. I work on my flexibility and work to
get stronger … It is not just some sport to me.”
To drive his point home, Johnson discusses his junior year on the
Spartan golf team- where he finished second in the conference.
“I will tell you, at the beginning of the (golf) season I was tied
with another guy for first place,” he explained, “but by the end, he
beat me and was first in the whole conference. I shot a 72, 75 and
75 in the conference championship … He beat me by 13 shots.”
Johnson delves deeper when asked if he was disappointed by his
finish.
Hard work, practice is key to rising senior’s success in golf
Rising Union High School senior Evan Johnson has loved to
play the game of golf since he was a little child.
“I have been playing since I was about 6-years-old,” the
17-year-old said Monday evening. “My dad (Billy Johnson)
and my granddaddy (Henry Dudley) were the ones that got
me involved with playing the game.”
In fact, it was his father that purchased his first set of clubs for
him.
“They were a set of Dunlops,” Johnson remembers with a
laugh. “My daddy cut them in half and reset the grips on them.
I used them for about a year or two and then advanced to a
bigger set.”
Although he did play recreation baseball and football, once
Evan got to high school, he never looked back.
“I just picked the game up really quickly when I was little,”
he said. “I loved the game from the beginning and I really
loved playing it. It really is a hard game to play. You have to be
focused and stay in it. Sometimes when you are playing, you
have to really dig deep, but that is what I like about it.”
This week the Garland native (whose mother is Heather and
younger brother is Ethan) has been named the Performance
Auto/Sampson Weekly Star Athlete of the Week.
“I am really surprised,” Johnson said about the honor. “It
makes me feel good that I was considered for the award and I
really am excited about it.”
The nomination – from his golf coach Tim Pope – should
come as no surprise. Johnson was one of many standouts on
the Spartan golf team in his first three years on the team, not
to mention his tireless work ethic.
“I will put it like this – I am a hunter- deer and duck,” he said.
“And during the season, I am up in the stand at 5 a.m. I am a
very active hunter. When the season is over, by February, it is
too late to start working on the golf game. I already knew that
I should have been working harder (instead of spending all the
time hunting) on my golf game. I feel like I should have worked
harder and put more time into working out and hitting golf balls.
Whatever happened (last season) I blame me for not working
hard enough.”
Johnson said it will not happen this year.
“I want to go out of my senior year with a bang,” he said. “This
year, I am going to be ready and I have already been working
hard. I am working out and getting stronger, I feel like I am
getting better already.”
In the past weeks, Johnson has played Coharie Country Club
(shot a 78) and then, weeks earlier, hit a streak at Lakewood
Country Club shooting a 69, 70 and 72, respectively.
He says the best part of his game is his putting.
“I think that my putting keeps my scores down,” Johnson
explained. “Most of the time, if I can get to the green within a
couple strokes, I can rely on my putting.”
In addition to his grandfather and father, Johnson said that one of
his biggest professional influences in the game was Tiger Woods.
“I will tell you that growing up I really looked up to him,” he said.
“You watch him when Tiger was little, if he wasn’t hitting the golf
ball, he was reading books about the game … always learning
more so he could get better and play better. He dominated the
game and then he had his scandal. Right now, I really enjoy
Jordan Spieth and Jason Day. I like Jordan Spieth because he stays
level headed when he is playing and he is focused. Jason Day
came from a tough background and has put in the work to get to
where he is – I respect that.”
The A-B student, whose favorite subject is biology, said that he
PERFORMANCE AUTOMOTIVE Salutes this week’s
is planning on going to college and it is his dream to play on the
Professional Golfers Association Tour one day.
“I plan on majoring in biology in college,” he said. “My dream is to
become a professional golfer, but if that doesn’t work out, I want
to be a wildlife biologist.”
But first, he has to finish his senior year.
“I am not going to lie, it is going to be hard to leave Union High
School,” he said. “I have made so many great friends and really
appreciate my coaches and teachers, so yes, it is going to be hard.
But I am also excited to move on too.”
Does that put more pressure on him?
“I know now there is a small window of opportunity for me,”
Johnson said. “I know that, as a golfer, I have to make something
happen and show results. This year is the year to do it.”
Thanks to a one-day evaluation, Johnson may just have an
opportunity to prove to the PGA how much his hard work on the
course has paid off.
“I want to go to the evaluation and prove myself,” he said. “If I can
do that, I may just go ahead and declare (myself) a pro. You just
never know …”
In addition to the support he has received from his family,
Johnson is grateful for his coaches – Tim Pope, Douglas Burley
and Josh Rackley.
“I first met coach Pope at a baseball game when I was in the
eighth grade,” Johnson explained. “We talked about golf and the
Union High golf team. We have developed a good relationship.
He has taught me so many things and worked with me on my
game to get me better. Coach Burley, who is my weight training
coach, is a great motivator. For the past two to three years, he has
really been great with pushing me to work harder to get better.
Same with Coach Rackley – he is just a good coach too. I have
been very lucky.”
He also sends a shout-out to Union High principal Julie Hunter.
“She has always been so supportive of our golf team,” Johnson
said of Hunter. “I mean, if she sees me walking in the hall, she
will stop me and just talk about golf. How cool is that? To have
a principal who knows what you are into and actually takes the
time to talk with you about it … Things like that really mean a
lot.”
When asked if he had one piece of advice for an upcoming
freshman about the game of golf, Johnson, not surprisingly, talks
about putting in the work.
“Yes, you have to put in the work,” he said, “but I would also tell
them to not to look at it as a job. You have to have fun with it. You
have to practice. Never go two to three days without hitting golf
balls or just swinging the club. My daddy used to tell me that God
has already determined your final score, so all you have to do is
go out there, relax and play the game. In anything you do, if you
can stay confident, relaxed and can focus on what you are doing
you are going to have success.”
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Chair and Vice Chair
Remain the Same
Pictured (Left to Right): Superintendent Dr. Eric Bracy, Chairman Dewain Sincliar,
Vice Chairman Sonya Powell.
Left to right Eric Roughton, Charquele Simien and Justin Tomlinson.
MOUNT OLIVE – Three Phi Beta Lambda students from the University of Mount Olive
recently represented North Carolina at the 2015 Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership
Conference in Chicago, IL. The students were: Eric Roughton of Colombia, Justin Tomlinson of Wilmington, and Charquele Simien of Fayetteville.
Each student competed individually, as well as in a team competition event. The group of
UMO students finished fifth place in the team competition and received national honors in
forensic accounting.
Tomlinson said, “It was a great experience meeting people from many different states and
competing alongside them. It was also nice exploring Chicago and seeing iconic locations
like the Sears (Willis) tower and the Navy Pier.”
Roughton added, “I am really grateful that I had the opportunity to attend such a great
conference. This was my first time flying and I enjoyed it very much. My favorite part of
the conference was when we were able to go on stage and represent UMO and receive our
trophies. It just goes to show how good the professors in the Tillman School of Business
are at ensuring that we get a quality education. I cannot wait to see what next year has in
store!”
Dr. Norm Crumpacker led the group of students and served as an event coordinator at the
annual conference. Crumpacker is a member of the North Carolina PBL-Professional Division Board of Directors and UMO assistant professor.
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At the Monday night Sampson County School Board meeting, the school board voted
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Crossword
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CLUES ACROSS
1. Ancient Egyptian God
4. Think about constantly
10. Nursing group
11. Consecrated
12. Preceeded A.D.
14. Cattle genus
15. Serpent in Sanskrit
16. Author Boothe Luce
18. Frowns intensely
22. Lower in dignity
23. Passing play
24. Sphagnum moss bog
26. 3rd lightest noble gas
27. Prefix meaning “inside”
28. Transferred goods for $
30. Literary term for an ocean
31. Hit lightly
34. Allegheny plum fruits
36. Midway between S & SE
37. Supplements with difficulty
39. A quick run
40. Signal sound
41. 13th state
42. Nun garbs
47. Cause to become undone
49. Dwarfed ornamental plant
51. Nazi corps
52. Pail
53. Acid that causes gout
54. Anger
55. Therefore
56. Lackey
58. Second sight
59. Lowest moral motives
60. Drench
CLUES DOWN
1. Infants
2. Jacket
3. Unworthiness
4. Bone
5. Dhaka is the capital
6. Relating to musical notes
7. Claviceps fungus disease
8. Marine algae
9. 40th state
12. Number, in base two
13. Skelton’s Kadiddlehopper
17. A dalton (Physics)
19. Sea eagles
20. Fixed charges per unit
21. Incline
25. Three Bears heroine
29. Mauna __, Hawaiian volcano
31. Correct coding
32. Type of fruit
33. Brews
35. More frumpish
38. Cook’s bowl scraping tool
41. Express discontent
43. Paris stock exchange
44. Ingest food
45. Expression of disappointment
46. Stars Wars character Rrogon
48. Limb angulation
50. P.M. Hirobumi
56. Initials of social media site
57. Yukon Territory
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CRIME
Arrest Report
07-24 Aaron Richard Tight, 35; 1290
S Salemburg Hwy., Salemburg; Failure to Comply- Child Support; Court
08-08
07-24 Teresa Mae Coats, 42; 135
County Manor Lane, Dunn; Trespassing; Written Promise to Appear;
Court 07-29
07-24 Chisty Owens Simmons, 33;
386 Lucas Rd., Roseboro; Failure to
Comply; Court 08-13
07-25 Antonio Deon’tre Hodges, 20;
103 Brewer Blvd., Warsaw; Failure
to Appear- DWLR; Secured Bond
$500; Court 08-18
930 Chestnutt Rd., Turkey; Larceny;
Secured Bond $50,000; Court 08-24
07-27 Olando Velazquez, 37; 931 Tyndall Grove Rd., Clinton; Non-Support/
Non-Payment of Alimony; Secured
Bond $4,000; Court 07-28
07-27 Devon Vinson, 23; 149 Reagan
Lane, Autryville; Solicit Child by Computer; Disseminate Obscene Material
to a Minor; Secured Bond $19,000;
Court 07-31
07-27 Ernestina Hererra McDonald,
40; 192 Doc Highsmith Lane, Roseboro; DWI; Unsecured Bond $1,500;
Court 09-24
07-25 Christopher Wayne Rose,
40; 1244 Boney Mill Rd., Clinton;
Threatening Phone Calls; Written
Promise to Appear; Court 08-11
07-27 Melissa Ann Rich, 34; 2551
White Woods Rd., Salemburg; Communicating Threats; Trespassing; Resisting Public Officer; Secured Bond
$3,000; Court 08-19
07-25 Joey Tyndall Jr., 44; 9656
Green Path Rd., Dunn; Simple Assault; Secured Bond $1,000; Court
08-07
07-27 Latoya Wallace, 35; 805 Holmes
St., Clinton; Criminal Damage to Property; Unsecured Bond $500; Court 0819
07-25 Samantha Michelle Eliason,
26; 8130 N US 421 Hwy., Clinton;
Larceny; Secured Bond $500; Court
08-24
07-27 Sherry Hope Sills, 45; 1283 Savannah Hill Rd. Dunn; 5 Counts: Poss.
Pseudo/Prior Meth Conviction; Secured Bond $10,000; Court 07-31
07-25 Albrey Cornelius Newman,
34; 114 Harmon St., Clinton; DWI
07-29 Tridarrius Daishone Williams,
18; 360 Hunt Lane, Clinton; Trespassing; Simple Non-Physical Assault; Written Promise to Appear; Court 08-25
07-25 Davone Eugene Rowe, 39;
424 Royal Lane Apt. A, Clinton;
DWI; Unsecured Bond $1,000;
Court 08-24
07-25 Jorge Luis Serrano, 19; 546
Five Bridge Rd., Clinton; Shoplifting;
Unsecured Bond $500; Court 08-20
07-25 Joseph Brian Carter, 37;
1259 Eagles Nest Rd., Dudley; Parole & Probation Violations; Secured
Bond $10,000; Court 07-31
07-26 Marcus Denzel Kenan, 19;
07-29 Christopher Michael McKenzie,
33; 1355 Taylor Dr., Fayetteville; Order
for Arrest- DWLR Not Impaired Rev;
Secured Bond $1,000; Court 08-18
07-29 Jessica Royal, 33; 535 Renfrow
Rd., Clinton; Simple Assault; Written
Promise to Appear; Court 08-20
07-29 Russell Lashawn Skinner, 36;
703 Park Ave., Clinton; 21 Courts:
Simple Worthless Checks; Unsecured
Marriage Certificates
-Elliott Lee Matthis to Kimberly Thornton King
-Davontae Will Benson to Heather Denise Vernon
-Justin Tyler Hudson to Jodi Lynn Glover
-James Michael Thornton to Emily Ennis Darden
-Fernando Missael Ramirez Santos to Christina Serrano-Arroyo
-Harold Ray Jackson Jr to Sherry Lynn Spiczka
-Charles Ray Anders to Shellia Denise Smith
-John Alfred Hart to Angela Denise Knowles
Deaths
-Shirley Ann Joyner
-Jack Ray Jones
-Noah Holden Kornegay
-Ella Grace Kornegay
-Brenda C Lamb
-Mattie Marie White Meads
-Ida Mae McLamb
-Hubert Stephen Peterson Jr
-Helen Faye Smith
-William Floyd Utley
Births
-Scarlett Rose Barefoot born on July 11, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to Ryan Andrew
Barefoot and Tori Elizabeth Rose
-Kimberly Nina Bass born on July 11, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to William Justin
Bass and Ashley Padgett Bass
-Emmanuel Carr born on July 11, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to Jammie Olivia
Wilson
-Za’Marion Andre’ Markees Jones born on July 11, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to
Bobby Jones Jr and Andrea Venise Covington
-Ashley Nicolle Romero Ramos born on July 13, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to
Delmer Josue Romero Izaguirre and Angela Fabiola Ramos Acosta
-Connor Blake Jarman born on July 11, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to Michael Allen
Jarman and Laura Marie Jarman
-Kelly Casarez Anaya born on July 14, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to Mario Alberto
Casarez Miranda and Indira Idalid Anaya Cruz
-Sofia Michelle Ramirez born on July 14, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to Ezequiel
Ramirez Jasso and Claudia Gonzalez
-A’Niyah Jade Hankins born on July 16, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to Dominique
Shauntee McCain
-Addison Brook Crumpler born on July 17, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to Brandon
Lee Crumpler and Angel Brook Phillips
-Herbert Isaak Melendez Villeda born on July 17, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to
Herbert Isaac Melendez and Marian Araceli Villeda
-Sara-Elizabeth Kaye Simmons born on July 17, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to
Glenn Kelly Simmons Jr and Elizabeth Kaye Simmons
-Abbigail Grace Riddle born on July 19, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to Darrell Gene
Riddle and Amanda Gayle Riddle
-Thadius Gabriel Parker Jr born on July 20, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to Thadius
Tyray Parker and Julia Luz Ecsudero
-Erika Leonor Velasquez Escobar born on July 20, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to
Enil Ramon Velasquez Montoya and Erika Idania Escobar Barahona
-Martin Damian Alonzo Miguel born on July 22, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to
Antelmo Alonzo Pascual and Angelina Miguel Tomas
-Jonathan Amir Jones born on July 22, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to Lashonda
Beth Jones
-Brenda Isabelle Melchor-Antonio born on July 22, 2015 at Sampson Regional Medical Center to
Ignacio Melchor-Garcia and Veronica Antonio-Espinoza
Bond $5,000; Court 08-18
and clothing.
07-29 David Fitzgerald Williams, 33;
9171 Old Mintz Hwy., Garland; Assault
with a Deadly Weapon; Trespassing;
Secured Bond $200,000; Court 08-31
07-27 Warren Crain reported a
Larceny at his residence located at
1422 Halltown Rd., Autryville. Items
reported missing included hole drillers, 500 watt halogen, generators,
cables and adaptor kit, dc charging
cord, mower with bagger, blade,
padlocks, golf range finder and binoculars.
07-29 Ladedra Altorvise Raines, 38;
205 Eliza Lane, Clinton; ADW; Damage
to Personal Property; No Bond; Court
08-11
Incident/Investigation Report
07-24 P&G Investments reported the
Larceny of their Air Condition Unit located at 80 Hanna Loop Lane, Dunn.
07-24 Jessica Underwood reported
a Burglary at her residence located at
1782 Matthis Rd., Clinton. No items
were reported missing.
07-25 Lillian Frye reported the Larceny
of her Medication from her residence located at 233 Yankee Lane, Clinton.
07-25 Lillie Alford reported the Larceny
of her Medication located at 506 Stetson St., Clinton.
07-26 Alejnrdro Campos-Valdez reported a Burglary from his residence
located at 125 Jackson Lane, Turkey.
Items reported missing included 2 TV’s,
Play Station 4 with games, Xbox 360
with games, US Currency, jewelry, and
a cell phone.
07-26 Brian Faircloth reported the Larceny of his Deer Feeder from his residence located at 2777 Minnie Hall Rd.
Autryville.
07-28 Shirley Staton reported the
Larceny of her Purse located at 527
Southeast Blvd., Clinton.
07-29 Jesse Dawson reported a
Burglary at his residence located
at 1646 Ira B Tart Rd., Dunn. Items
reported missing included a wallet,
US Currency, laptop computer, and
medication.
07-29 Robert Little reported a Burglary at his residence located at
4956 Roseboro Hwy., Clinton. No
items were reported missing.
07-29
Natasha Hinkle reported
a Burglary at her residence located at 204 N Main St., Salemburg.
Items reported missing included a
computer, US Currency, DVD players, piano keyboard, monitor, and a
lamp.
07-29 Lorraine Moore reported a
Larceny from her residence located at 3550 Ivanhoe Rd., Ivanhoe.
Items reported missing included
Medication and US Currency.
07-26 Ursula Watkins reported a Burglary at her residence located at 4580
Bradshaw Rd., Clinton. No items were
reported missing.
07-29 Anna Clack reported a Larceny from her residence located at
566 Taylors Bridge Hwy., Clinton.
Items reported missing included
jewelry and US Currency.
07-27 Senorina Velasco reported a
Burglary at her residence located at
106 Six Runs Lane, Faison. Items reported missing included TV’s, jewelry,
07-29 Lew Darden reported a Burglary at his residence located at 25
E Darden St., Faison. Item reported
missing a generator.
Land Transfers
-Jimmy Burch, Teresa O Burch to Hipollito Rivera Gomez- 0.7958 Acres Piney Grove
-Thornton Homes Co to Carlisle Farms Inc- 2 Tracts Dismal
-First South Bank to Kristie Matthews- 1.01 Acres Lot 1 Dismal
-Gay Nell M Warren, Michael Leroy Warren to Matthew Shane Stepps- Lot Sampson and Johnston
-Nona M Barefoot to Matthew Shane Stepps- Lot Sampson & Johnston
-Debbie J Johnson, Debra J Johnson/AKA to Allison Gionet and Joseph Gionet- Lot 1 1.09 Acres
Mingo
-Carrington Mortgage Loan Trust Series 2007-RFC1 Asset Backed Pass Through Certificates, Wells
Fargo Bank NA As Trustee to Jaime Alexis Bonilla- Lots 7 & 9 in the DM Howard Division Little
Coharie
-Lorie Dixie Jones to Robert James Dye Jr and Sharon Jones Dye- 1.28 Acres Tract 1 Honeycutts
-Ingrid L Burgess, Patsy A Burgess, Vincent Burgess, Vincent O Burgess III, Vincent O Burgess IV
to Elizabeth McKnight Morkos and Eskander George Morkos- Lot 28 LA Edwards Subdivision First
Section North Clinton
-Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation/By AIF, Rogers Townsend & Thomas PC/AIF to Oscar
Javier Ocampo- 0.55 Acres Sampson
-Cameron E Sutton/By AIF/Gen P, Caroline T Sutton/Gen P/By AIF, Karen T Sutton/AIF, William B
Sutton Jr Family Limited Partnership to J Faison Joyner III- Lot 19C Timberlake Subdivision Section
Two 1.51 Acres North Clinton
-Archie B Holcomb to Robbie Holcomb Barefoot, Archie Lee Holcomb, Archie B Holcomb- 0.78
Acres Lot 18 Open Acres Mingo
-Angela Marie Lawrence Peterson, Wesley Peterson to Miguel Angel Benitez Rebollar- Lot 19 0.60
Acres T-Bone Enterprises Honeycutts
-Charles Edward Barnhill to Amy Cannady Cain, Iris Barnhill Cain, Michael Wayne Cain- 0.93
Acres South River
-Gary Grant Carroll to Gary Grant Carroll and Kevin Grant Carroll- 5 tracts Mingo
-Ernestine Best Lindly to Cecilia L Mattocks and Edward C Mattocks- Lot 17 BP Bradshaw
Subdivision North Clinton
- Cecilia L Mattocks and Edward C Mattocks to Ashley W Slater, Todd W Slater- Lot 17 BP Bradshaw
Subdivision North Clinton
-DMB Development Inc, DMB Partners LLC/Successor to, Angela Lynn Martin, Karen T Sutton to
Geraldine S Carr and Walter F Carr- Lot 3 Timberlake Subdivision Section Eight 0.83 Acres North
Clinton
- Geraldine S Carr, Walter F Carr, Development Inc, DMB Partners LLC/Successor, Karen T Sutton
to Angela Martin- Lot 74 Timberlake Subdivision Section Twelve 0.75 Acres North Clinton
-Butch S Robbins, Deborah Adesso Robbins to Eleanor M Ammer- 2 Tracts Halls
-Brenda R Fiedler/EXR, Brenda S Fiedler, Junious H Royal Estate, Junious H Royal Jr, Kelly Royal to
Mary Jordan Thornton, William Keith Thornton- 3.72 Acres Halls
-Dolan C Hall to Dolan C hall and JFC Partnership LLC- 2 Tracts w/exceptions
-Allison Davis Denning, Charles Bryan Denning, David Livingston Denning to Allison Davis
Denning and David Livingston Denning- 18.5 Acres w/exceptions Newton Grove
- Allison Davis Denning, Charles Bryan Denning, David Livingston Denning to Charles Bryan
Denning- Lot Sampson & Johnston Counties w/exceptions
-Jacolyn B Clark to Sandra Kaye McPhail and Armond Clarence Naylor- 1.21 Acres Little Coharie
-Kenneth Waitus Lee, Veronica Lee to Charles Tyler Jernigan- 0.71 Acres South Clinton
-Jesse C Marshburn II, Vonnie R Marshburn to Yolani Costro Sanchez- 0.30 Acres JC Weeks Jr
Subdivision North Clinton
-Cloyce Lockerman Pope, John C Pope to Jason Calvin Pope and Joseph Alvin Pope- 30.58 Acres
Tract 2 South Clinton
-KD Inc to James M Faircloth and Lottie S Faircloth- Lot 2 1.18 Acres Dismal
-Jeremy Kendrick Eason, Jessica M Eason to Kendrick Eason Farms LLC- 15.23 Acres McDaniels
-Daisy K Royal, Stanley Royal to Jimmie Milton Kornegay Jr- 1.22 Acres Newton Grove
-Edith W Everington/FKA, Edith W Everington Willis, Larry Franklin Willis to Edith W Everington
Willis, Larry Franklin Willis- Lot 4 BW Carter Property North Clinton
-James Manly Hobbs II to Barwick Land LLC- 0.28 Acres North Clinton
-KD Inc to James M Faircloth and Lottie S Faircloth- Lot 2 1.18 Acres Dismal
-Gary Lambert Williams to Gary Lambert Williams and Wilma Williams- 1.70 Acres Dismal
-Mary Lynn Tart, Richard Harrison Tart to Arnulfo Gonzalez and Yarely Gonzalez- Lot 25 0.92 Acres
Mingo
-Bobby H Earp, Marinda N Earp to Marinda E Hayes and Ronald L Hayes- Lot 1 Plainview 1.48
Acres
-Dale F Haupt Estate, Joyce Howell Way to Joyce Howell Way- 5 Tracts Franklin
-Jimmy Burch, Teresa O Burch to Hipollito Rivera Gomez- 0.7958 Acres Piney Grove
Week of July 31-August 6, 2015
GARLAND
Mr. Bobby Bordeaux 81
of 13905 US Hwy. 701 N.
Garland, died Thursday,
July 23, 2015 at Bladen Co.
Hospital in Elizabethtown,
NC. Mr. Bordeaux was born
April 11, 1934 in Bladen Co.,
North Carolina, the son of
the late Gaddie Bordeaux and
Bulah Blackburn Bordeaux.
Funeral service was held at
3:00P.M. Sunday, July 26,
2015 at Colly Chapel Church, by the Reverend Jim Woodruff.
Burial followed in the Smith Cemetery. Mr. Bordeaux is
survived by his wife, Janice Bordeaux, three daughters, Vicky
Mote(Sammy), Robin Smith both of Harrells, Shannon Mears
(Anthony) of Garland, one son, Randy Bordeaux(Rhonda) of
Garland, three sisters, Bessie Evans of Elizabethtown, Allie
Beal Thomas, Winnie Lewis both of Harrells, 5 grandchildren,
Chad, Kyle, Miranda, Jerad & Jordan, 5 great-grandchildren,
Tanner, Sarah, Zack, MaryGrace & Luke. The family received
friends Saturday, July 26, 2015 from 7:00P.M.-9:00P.M. at Carter
Funeral Home in Garland.
CLINTON
Mrs. Phyllis Gray Jacobs
Bryant, 72, of 6260 US Hwy.
421 N, passed away Friday,
July 24, 2015 at Rex Hospital
in Raleigh. A funeral service
was held at 3 P.M. on Tuesday,
July 28, at New Bethel Baptist
Church with the Rev. Terry
Cummings, Rev. Dr. Mike
Cummings and Rev. Hubbard
Lowery officiating. Interment
officiated by Dennis Newton
followed in the church cemetery. Mrs. Bryant, a native of
Sampson Co., was the daughter of the late Ammie Jacobs and
Themia Simmons Jacobs and was the wife of James “Charles”
Howard Bryant. Phyllis was also preceded in death by a sister
Shirley Carter. She retired with over 37 years of service from her
business Phyllis’s Beauty Shop and was a member of New Bethel
Baptist Church. Survivors are: Her husband of 51 years, James
“Charles” Howard Bryant, daughter Opal Bryant Robinson and
husband Ronald of Roseboro, son Joel Bryant of Clinton, five
grandchildren: Aerial Goodman and husband Hobie, Isaiah
Robinson, Alicia Sandlin, Julia Orise, Doug Jernigan, six greatgrandchildren: Krislyn, Axl, Greylin, Adyen, Miles, Mason,
brothers and sisters: Dorla Ammons, Gordon Jacobs, Sonya
Tyler, Greg Jacobs, Kent Jacobs and Jimmy Faircloth. The family
will receive friends 2-3 PM Tuesday, the hour prior to the service
and other times at the home 6260 US Hwy 421 N Clinton, NC
28328. Condolences can be made to the family online at www.
crumpler-honeycutt.com. Crumpler-Honeycutt Funeral Home
is in charge of arrangements.
CLINTON
Edward O. Byrd, 90, of 1105
Reedsford Road, died Monday,
July 27, 2015 at Mary Gran
Nursing Center. The funeral
was held at 11 A.M., Thursday,
July 30, 2015 at Rowan
Baptist Church, with the
Reverend Greg Day officiating.
Interment followed with
military honors in the church
cemetery. Edward, born in
1925 in Sampson County to
the late King Edward Byrd and Jessie Patrick Byrd, was a farmer
and a Navy Veteran. He was a former deacon of Rowan Baptist
Church, Sunday school teacher, and a member of VFW #7547.
He was preceded in death by a daughter, Annette B. Nelson;
brothers, Ralph Byrd, and Clyde Gardner; and a sister, Mildred
Bibb. He is survived by his wife of sixty-six years, Rose Lee Autry
Byrd; daughters, Dixie Ezzell of Pikeville, Connie Greeson
and husband Vance of Pikeville, and Teresa Hovatter of Kure
Beach; ten grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. The
family received friends from 6 P.M. to 8 P.M, Wednesday, July
29, 2015 at Crumpler-Honeycutt Funeral Home. Flowers are
welcome or memorials may be made to Rowan Baptist Church,
701 Rowan Road, Clinton, NC 28328. A sincere thank you to
the staff at Mary Gran Nursing Center for the wonderful care
Edward received during his stay at their facility. Condolences
may be sent to the family at www.crumpler-honeycutt.com.
Arrangements are by Crumpler-Honeycutt Funeral Home, 118
Fayetteville St., Clinton, NC 28328.
AUTRYVILLE
Mrs. Flora Vernadell Hall, 87
of 9963 Norris Road, Autryville,
passed away Saturday, July 25,
2015 at Cape Fear Valley Medical
Center. The funeral service was
held at 2:00 P.M. Thursday, July
30, 2015 at Beaver Dam Baptist
Church, 4693 Beaver Dam
Church Road, Roseboro, with
Rev. Michael Shook officiating.
Burial followed in the church
cemetery. Mrs. Hall was born
on June 12, 1928 in Bladen County to the late Norman and Flora
McDonald Hales. She is preceded in death by her parents; her
husband, Harvey “Teet” Hall; and a son, Mitchell Hall. She was
a member of Beaver Dam Baptist Church and retired from the
Textile Industry and then worked as an Elderly Caregiver. She is
survived by one son, Bobby Hall and wife Muriel of Autryville;
two daughters, Gwendol Campbell and husband Dennis, and
Vicky Hall all of Autryville; four grandchildren and three
great grandchildren. The family received friends 7:00 to 9:00
P.M. Wednesday evening at Butler Funeral Home in Roseboro
and other times at the home. Arrangements by Butler Funeral
Home, 401 W. Roseboro Street, Roseboro.
CLINTON
Mrs. Lillie Mae Carroll Holland, 84, of 222 Beaman Street,
Apt #2, died early Friday morning, July 24, 2015 at Sampson
Regional Medical Center. Funeral Services were held Monday,
July 27, 2015 at 11:00 AM., at Clinton Family Worship Center
with Pastor Lynn Blackburn & Rev Leonard Henry officiating.
Burial followed in the Clinton Cemetery. Born in 1931 in
Sampson County, Lillie was the daughter of the late William and
Geneva Carr Carroll. She was the widow of her first husband,
Thurman Farmer and her second husband, W.O. Holland. Lillie
is survived by her son, Ronnie Farmer of Clinton; her daughter,
Diane Farmer of Faison and one sister, Patsy Matthews of
Clinton. Three grandchildren,
Jason Peterson and wife, Ann
of Faison, April Cruz and
husband, Juan of Clinton and
Beth Reynolds of Sanford;
Eight
great-grandchildren,
Nathan
and
Rebekah
Reynolds, Shana, Ofelia, and
Fabian Avalos, Skyler Hinson,
Jennifer and Katherine Cruz;
Five great-great grandchildren,
Angel Hernandez, Jayleen
Ramos, Jayden Quiroz, Aaliyah and Alena Flores. She was
preceded-in-death by her brother, James Carroll. The family
received friends Sunday evening from 6:00-8:00 PM at RoyalHall Funeral Home and other times at her home. Condolences
may be sent by visiting www.royalhallfuneralhome.co. RoyalHall is honored to serve the Holland Family
STEDMAN
Mr. Hubert Carlton Hubbard,
Sr., 85 of Stedman passed away
on Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at
his home. The funeral service
was held at 2:00 PM Sunday,
July 26 at Butler Funeral Home
in Stedman with Rev. Jason
Whitfield and Rev. Archie
Barringer officiating. Burial
followed in the Lafayette
Memorial Park. Mr. Hubbard
was born on April 7, 1930 to the
late John Harvey and Bessie Sessoms Hubbard. He was a retired
utility operator for Monsanto and a farmer. He is survived by
his wife of 67 years, Betty Autry Hubbard of the home; three
sons, Carlton Hubbard, Jr. and wife, Diana of Fayetteville,
Charles Hubbard and wife, Tammy of Kings Mountain and Cecil
Hubbard and wife, Karen of Stedman; one daughter, Cindy Bain
of Fayetteville; two brothers, Broadus Hubbard of Stedman and
Granger Hubbard of Fayetteville; four grandchildren, Hannah
Bain, Jordan Hubbard, Madeleine Bain and Tylier Hubbard; one
great granddaughter, Emma Faye Barna. The family received
friends from 6-8 PM Saturday evening at Butler Funeral Home
in Stedman and other times at the home. Services entrusted to
Butler Funeral Home, 6535 Clinton Road, Stedman, NC.
WALLACE
Mrs. JoAnn S. Williams,
60, 1052 Northeast Railroad
Street, formerly of Clinton,
died Thursday, July 23, 2015
at Vidant Duplin General
Hospital, Kenansville, NC.
The funeral was held at 1 p.m.,
Wednesday, July 29, at Olivet
Institutional Baptist Church
with Rev. Willie Bowden, Sr.
officiating. Burial followed in
Sandhill Cemetery. Visitation
was held Wednesday, July 29,
from 9-11 a.m. at Worley Funeral Home, Inc., Clinton, NC.
Mrs. Williams is survived by her husband, Earl Henry Williams
of Spivey’s Corner, NC; sons, Emanuel Williams and Maurice
Williams both of Spivey’s Corner, NC; sisters, Alice Underwood,
Regina Williams, Bernadine Williams and Frances Sellars all of
Clinton, NC; brothers, James Bellamy of Clinton, NC and Joe
Sellars of Turkey, NC; 6 grandchildren. Online condolences
may be sent to www.brockmemorialandworley.com. Service
entrusted to Worley Funeral Home, Inc. Clinton, NC.
CLINTON
Mrs. Martha “Marty” McPhail
Parker, 85, of Clinton died
early Sunday morning, July 26,
2015 at her home. A memorial
service will be held Saturday,
August 1, 2015 at 3:00 PM at
Epworth United Methodist
Church with the Rev. Sam Grist
and Dorothy Rudd officiating. A
private inurnment will be held
in the Clinton Cemetery. Born
in 1930 in Sampson County,
Mrs. Parker was the daughter of
the late Lonnie F. and Thelma Etta Johnson McPhail. She was a
member of the Epworth United Methodist Church and former
member of Community United Methodist Church, Virginia
Beach, Virginia for 30 years. She was a retired homemaker and
a member of the Eastern Star Norview Chapter. She was the
widow of Clifford Marion Parker, Sr. She is survived by one son,
Clifford M. Parker, Jr. of Virginia Beach, Va. One sister, Betty
M. Davis of Clinton. Two grandchildren, Ashlyn M. Parker
and Meredyth W. Parker. One great-grandchild, Gavin Clifford
Mulhall. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in
death by her son, James F. “Jimmy” Parker and her brother L.F.
McPhail. The family will receive friends following the service
in the church fellowship hall. In lieu of flowers memorials may
be made to Epworth United Methodist Church, 5876 Garland
Hwy. Clinton, NC 28328. Condolences may be sent by visiting
www.royalhallfuneralhome.com. Royal-Hall Funeral Home is
honored to serve the Parker family.
CLINTON
Mr. Stanley Reid, Jr., 37, of 816
Wiggins Road, died Monday at
Betsy Johnson Hospital, Dunn,
NC. The funeral service will be
held at 11am, Saturday, August
1, 2015 at First Baptist Church,
Clinton, NC. Bishop Curtis L.
Jackson officiating. Burial in
Grandview Cemetery, Clinton,
NC. Mr. Reid is survived by
WIFE-Heather Reid of the
home;
DAUGHTER-Alexis
Reid of the home; SON- Stanley J. Reid of the home; MOTHERAudrey Patton of Brooklyn, NY; MATERNAL GRANDPARENTLilia Patton of Virginia. Visitation at church one hour prior to
service (10am - 11am). Online condolences may be sent to www.
brockmemorialandworley.com. Service entrusted to Worley
Funeral Home, Inc. Clinton, NC
HARRELLS
Mrs. Virginia Stringfield Taylor of 1995 Buckhorn Rd., died
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at Liberty Commons Nursing & Rehab.
Center in Wilmington, NC. Mrs. Taylor was born April 13, 1927
in Sampson Co. the daughter of the late John Robert Stringfield
and Mae Lee Stringfield. She was a retired public school teacher.
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Funeral service was held at
2:00 P.M. Sunday, July 26,
2015 at Roseville Missionary
Baptist Church. Burial will
follow in the church cemetery.
Mrs. Taylor is survived by
her daughter, Sherri Taylor
of Castle Hayne, NC, two
grandchildren, Anthoni C.L.
Taylor of Raleigh, NC, Zavier
A.L. Taylor of Castle Hayne,
NC. The public was received
from 1:00P.M.-6:00P.M. Saturday, July 25, 2015 at Carter Funeral
Home, with family present from 5:00P.M.-6:00P.M. Service by
Carter Funeral Home in Garland.
ROSEBORO
Minister Janet M. Williams,
age- 61, 604 Boone St. died
Tuesday 7/21/15, at Cape Fear
Valley Medical Center. Funeral
services will be Saturday
7/25/15, at 1pm First Baptist
Church in Roseboro, N.C.
Interment in the Roseboro
Cemetery. Survivors are
husband-Michael Williams of
the home. 1 daughter-Jasmine
Williams-Roseboro, N.C.; 2
son-Michael D. Williams-Roseboro, N.C., Montino Ingram-Atl,
Ga.; 1 grandchild-Kaliegh Cromartie-Roseboro, N.C. Public
viewing Friday 7/24/15, 1 to 6pm, family present 5 to 6pm, Butler
& Son Funeral Home, Roseboro, N.C. www.butlerandson.com
WILLOW SPRING
Mrs. Donna Vinson Atkins, 55 of 3113 Eric Street, Willow
Spring, passed away Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at her home. The
funeral service will be held 12:00 pm Saturday, August 1, 2015
at Beaver Dam Baptist Church, 4693 Beaver Dam Church Road,
Roseboro, with Rev. Michael Shook officiating. Burial will follow
in the church cemetery. Mrs. Atkins was born on July 29, 1960
in Cumberland County and is preceded in death by her father,
Donnie Hartswell “D.H.” Vinson. She worked with Guaranteed
Supply in Raleigh. She is survived by her husband, James
Atkins, Jr. of the home; her mother, Christine Smith Vinson
of Autryville; and one brother, Ingram James “Jimmy” Vinson
of Roseboro. The family will receive friends 11:00 to 11:45 am
Saturday morning in the Fellowship Hall at Beaver Dam Baptist
Church and other times at the home of her mother, 10229 NC
Hwy. 210 S., Autryville. Arrangements by Butler Funeral Home,
401 W. Roseboro Street, Roseboro.
GARLAND
Mrs. Hattie Mae Smith McKoy 67 of 2195 Harrells Hwy., died
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at Rex Hospital in Raleigh, NC. Mrs.
McKoy was born December 04, 1947 in Sampson Co., North
Carolina the daughter of the late Dancy C. Smith Sr., and Bertha
Mae Sloan Smith. She was preceded in death by a son, Jeffery
Jones, and one sister Romatha Brown. Funeral service was held
at 2:00 P.M. Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at Victor Temple by Bishop
Olin Cromartie. Burial followed in the Garland Community
Cemetery. Mrs. McKoy is survived by two sons, Jerry Jones of
Trinity, NJ, Glenn Tyrone (Yevonne) of Garland, one daughter,
Pamela Blue (Terry) of Fayetteville, three sisters, Ozel Lynch
(Ralph) of Garland, Iris Johnson (Haywood) of Garland, Grace
Bryant of Garland (Larry), two brothers, James M. Smith
(Martha) of Raleigh, Dancy Smith Jr. of Raleigh (Beatrice) of,
4 grandchildren, Elijah J. McKoy, Tymario T. McKoy, Jatera
Blackburn, Jayla Blue, and 1 great-grandchild, Ethan N. Rosario,
a host of nieces & nephews. Service by Carter Funeral Home in
Garland.
VASS
Mr. Neil Ratigan, 58 of Vass passed away on Monday, July 27,
2015 at his home. Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will
be announced by Cox Memorial Funeral Home and Crematory.
Condolences may be sent to www.coxmemorialfuneralhome.
com. Cox Memorial ---“Serving God by serving families in a
time of need”.
Gusta Reynolds Warren, 100.
On July 26, 2015 God gained
another angel. Born on August
12, 1924 in Sampson County to
Miles Thomas and Georgeanna
Honeycutt Reynolds. She was
predeceased by her husband
Rupert Warren and son Thomas
Herbert Warren. She was also
predeceased by two brothers,
Clem and Clifton Reynolds and
four sisters Ehrma R. McLamb,
Lexie R Duncan, Tomzell
R Jackson and Blanche R. Jackson. She is survived by three
grandchildren, six great-grandchildren and four great-great
grandchildren. She is also survived by many loving nieces and
nephews. A memorial service will be held on Sunday August 2,
2015 at 4:00pm at First Baptist Church located at 408 College
Street in Clinton, NC.
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W.T. & WILLIE MARJOLIE WILKERSON (Deceased)
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REPLACING YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY CARD?
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
By Brenda Brown
Social Security Public
Affairs Specialist in Fayetteville, NC
Keeping your Social Security number card in a safe place is vital to
protecting you against identity theft. Never keep it in your purse or
wallet — this is the most common way people lose their card. No
matter how hard you try to keep track of your important documents,
sometimes they get lost or even stolen.
With Laura Deans
The Coat Closet Project began in 2010 as a
program to assist those in need each winter. The coats are donated by individuals and organizations, and dispersed through a variety of partnerships
throughout Sampson and surrounding counties. While the majority of the families served are residents of Sampson County, the project will assist any family
that requests a coat from this initiative. The Chamber Coat Closet’s goal is
to meet the needs of families who are not financially able to provide warm
coats for themselves and their children.
The Chamber Coat Closet is committee run by Chamber Members that volunteer to assist in this program. We thank each committee member and their
willingness to assist with this project. Throughout the few years, so much has
been accomplished because of their willingness to serve and assist; we thank
them for their organization and dedication to this project. It is hard to believe
it is time to begin thinking about this year’s signature project.
The 2015 Coat Closet will be the 6th year of this signature project. Throughout
the first five years, over 6,300 coats have been collected and distributed.
Last year, 2014, we were able to continue to give the gift of warmth with
the collection and distribution of 1,249 coats. These coats were distributed
within Sampson, Cumberland, Duplin, Harnett and surrounding Counties. The
Chamber Coat Closet was truly a joint effort and very rewarding experience.
Again, this year will be the 6th Annual Coat Closet Signature project. The Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce looks forward to the involvement of
the community to assist the committee with collecting and distributing coats
for such a strong need. This is truly a community effort in which we are accomplishing the mission that we “unite those that realize that through the
Chamber, they can accomplish collectively what no one of them can do
individually.” We encourage you to give us a call at (910) 592-6177 if you
have coats you would like to donate.
We are very excited about the 2015 Signature Coat Closet project and we
thank you in advance for your generosity and support of this project. Exciting
opportunities and growth is to come, which could not be accomplished without your strong support.
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Getting a replacement Social Security number card is free, but you will have to provide
the proper documents to get a new one. Being prepared will save time at the Social
Security office or card center. If you are replacing your card, you will need original or
certified copies of the required documents, which include:
1.
Proof of citizenship:
If you have not already established your U.S. citizenship with us, we need to see proof
of U.S. citizenship. We can accept only certain documents as proof of U.S. citizenship,
like your U.S. birth certificate or U.S. passport.
2.Identity:
We can accept only certain documents as proof of identity. An acceptable document
must be current (not expired) and show your name, identifying information (date of
birth or age), and preferably, a recent photograph. For example, as proof of identity, we
must see your:
•
•
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U.S. driver’s license;
State-issued non-driver identification card; or
U.S. passport
If you do not have one of these specific documents, or you cannot get a replacement for
one of them within ten days, we will ask to see other documents, including a(n):
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Employee identification card;
School identification card;
Health insurance card (not Medicare card); or
U.S. military identification card
Remember, you are limited to three replacement cards in a year or ten in your lifetime.
Legal name changes and other exceptions do not count toward these limits. Also, you
may not be affected by these limits if you can prove you need the card to prevent a
significant hardship.
What’s more important than having your card is knowing your Social Security number.
This is how we identify you, tally your wages correctly, and how we eventually issue
you accurate retirement benefits. You might not even need your card for identification
purposes if you know and consistently use your correct number.
Congratulations
Chamber Member of the Week
Congratulations to the Chamber’s Member of the Week, Walgreens of
Clinton. Just one of 8,232 drugstores across the County, US Virgin Islands
and Puerto Rico; Walgreens of Clinton is your primary healthcare destination.
Located on 601 College Street in Clinton, they provide a wide array of
services striving to help each and every customer get, stay and live well. The
photo department features a creative lab to print pictures, create photo
books, banners, posters, greeting cards, t-shirts, blankets, mugs and so much
more. In Cosmetics, whether it is makeup, skincare, or hair care, the beauty
advisors are there to provide quality customer service. In the Pharmacy,
the wonderful staff has been taking care of patients ever since the store
opened, helping people get medications, blood pressure screening, or
vaccines with ease. They also provide many travel vaccinations as well.
If you have a business needing immunizations, Walgreens can come to
you. Walgreens of Clinton focuses on the health and well-being of every
customer; providing a wide array of services to help you live happy and
healthy. For more information about Walgreens of Clinton, please contact
Faatima Saxton at (910) 592-4058, e-mail [email protected]
com or visit www.walgreens.com. For more information about the ClintonSampson Chamber of Commerce, please call 910-592-6177, e-mail [email protected]
clintonsampsonchamber.org or visit www.clintonsampsonchamber.org.
Veteran Hiring Initiative Seminar
Join the Small Business Center and the Clinton-Sampson Chamber of
Commerce to learn how to find and hire the most qualified Veterans in
NC. The NC Military Pipleline has been created specifically to help
connect Small Business Owners with the right Veteran for open
positions. Date: August 11th at 4:00 pm. Location: SCC,
Occupational Building Room 140
Technology Roundtable - Brown Bag Lunch and Learn Seminar
Join us as we tackle a new technology each month to help keep
you in the "know" as a business owner. The technologies will help
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cutting edge tools for your toolbox. Date: August 12th at 12:00
pm. Location: SCC at the Small Business Center
ABC's of Starting a Business
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business ownership. Some of the great topics covered: Should you
incorporate?, How to hire good people, Where will the start-up money
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pm Location: SCC at the Small Business Center
Above seminars are Free to the public. Please note dates & hours
To register, please visit NCSBC.net, find "Locate Your
Local SBC", and find Sampson or call
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