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Tryon Daily Bulletin

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Vol. 83 / No. 194

Tryon, N.C. 28782

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Foothills Humane Society marks 20 years tomorrow Po'Kitties contest winners, shelter open house, photos with Santa, more

The Foothills Humane Society (FHS) is celebrating 20 years of housing and protecting area animals. FHS dedicated the area’s first animal shelter on Little Mountain Road in Columbus on Nov. 11, 1990 and has sheltered more than 31,000 animals there. On Saturday, Nov. 6, in a ceremony at 11 a.m. at the shelter on Little Mountain Road, FHS will dedicate The Dog House, the Carol M. Wellman Trust Cat Welcome Center and the Kitty Infirmary. These new facilities have increased the shelter's capacity by 50 percent and provide intake and isolation facilities to keep the shelter animals healthier. The Dog (Continued on page 4)

The first three kittens trapped in the Po'Kitties program. All were socialized and adopted out. The winners in the Po'Kitties photo contest will be honored at the Tryon Fine Arts Center tomorrow from 5-7 p.m. More than 200 photos will be on display. See page 5 for a story about Dana Mayers of Po'Kitties. (photo by Emmy Summers)

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Here’s a list of upcoming meetings and events for area nonprofit community and governmental organizations:


The Meeting Place Senior Ctr. Friday activities include Movie Matinee, 10 a.m. Bingo, 12:30 p.m. 828-894-0001. Saluda Center Friday events: chair exercise, 10 (Continued on page 2)

Tryon Federal Bank building sale falls through Tryon House has announced that it has rescinded its offer to purchase the former Tryon Federal Bank buildings on the corner of South Trade and Oak streets in downtown Tryon. In a statement released Wednesday, Tryon House says its decision to rescind the offer was based on information revealed in inspection reports provided by experts. "During the due diligence period we had the building inspected by a struc-

tural engineer, a licensed commercial roofing contractor, a licensed commercial electrical contractor,a licensed commercial plumber, a licensed N.C. builder, and an architect. Additionally our lawyers did a preliminary title check on the buildings," the statement said. "Our inspection revealed conditions directly affecting the use of the buildings for us that caused us

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a.m.; Game Day, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Seniors on Sobriety (SOS) AA Meeting, Fridays at noon, Polk County Chamber of Commerce Building, 2753 Lynn Rd. (Hwy 108), Tryon. 828-8940293. American Legion Post 250 weekly Bingo games, Fridays, 7 p.m., 43 Depot St., Tryon. Doors open 5:30 p.m. Smoke-free.


Columbus Tailgate Farmer’s Market, Saturdays, 8 to 11:30 a.m., Courthouse Street, Columbus. Lanier Library Book Lovers , Saturday, Nov. 6, 9:30 a.m. at the library to discuss books they’ve enjoyed. Open to all book lovers. 828-859-9535. Polk County Historical Association Museum, open Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., 60 Walker St., Columbus, lower level. Free.


Polk County Crop Walk, Sunday, Nov. 7, 1:30 p.m. at Harmon Field. Information: Lance Smith, 828-859-9414 days or 828-863-4688 evenings. Raw Food Support Group, first Sunday of each month, 2-3:30 p.m., Comprehensive Computer Concepts, 750 Hwy. 108 East. 828-817-0200.

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Main number, classifieds and subscriptions: 828-859-9151 FAX: 828-859-5575 e-mail: news@tryondailybulletin.com Founded Jan. 31, 1928 by Seth M. Vining. (Consolidated with the Polk County News 1955) Betty Ramsey, Publisher THE TRYON DAILY BULLETIN (USPS 643-360) is published daily except Saturdays and Sundays for $60 per year by Tryon Newsmedia LLC, 16 N. Trade St., Tryon, NC 287826656. Periodicals postage paid at Tryon, North Carolina 28782 and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Tryon Newsmedia LLC., 16 N Trade St., Tryon, NC 28782-6656. www.tryondailybulletin.com


Polk County Mobile Recycling Unit, Mondays, Harmon Field/Tryon, 7 a.m. to noon. Saluda Center, Monday activities include Line Dancing at 12:30 p.m. For more information visit www.saluda.com. The Meeting Place Senior Center, Monday activities include senior fitness, 11 a.m., Bingo or bead class, 12:30 p.m. 828-894-0001. Christian Fellowship Luncheon, TJ’s Cafe, Tryon, Mondays except holidays, noon to 1 p.m.; food, fellowship and discussion of relevant issues; interdenominational. 859-5051. NC Retired School Personnel, Monday, Nov. 8, Green Creek Family Life Center, at noon. Geoff Tennant is the speaker. Reservations: 828-863-2228 or 828-894-8705. Chess Club, Mondays, 12:30 p.m., recreation room, LaurelHurst Apartments, Columbus. Open to anyone in community. 894-3336. Polk County American Red Cross Blood Drive, Monday, Nov. 8, at Holy Cross Episcopal Church in Tryon, 12:30 to 5 p.m. Call 828-894-2700 for information or to schedule appointment. Male Anger Management Intervention/Education Program, Mondays, 6 to 7:30 p.m., Steps to HOPE. 894-2340. Alcoholics Anonymous, Mondays, 8 p.m., Columbus Presbyterian Church.


Polk County Mobile Recycling Unit, Tuesdays, Ozone Drive and Hwy 176, Saluda, 7 a.m. to noon. Hospice of the Carolina Foothills, We Care informal social group for women coping with loss. Open to newcomers, Tuesdays, 9 a.m. at TJ’s Cafe in Tryon. Shannon Slater, 828-894-7000. The Meeting Place Senior Center Tuesday activities include ceramics, 9:30 a.m.; art class, 10 a.m., Bingo or movie, 12:30 p.m. 828-894-0001. Polk County Historical Association Museum, open Tuesdays,

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10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 60 Walker St., Columbus, lower level. Free. Saluda Center, Bridge, Tuesdays, 10 a.m., chair exercise, 2:30 p.m. 828-749-9245. For more activities, email saludaseniorcenter@ tds.net or visit www.saluda.com. Polk County Library, Preschool Storytime, Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. Free. All area children and caregivers welcome. Caregiver must remain with child. Green Creek Community Center, Zumba exercise classes Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11 a.m., 7 p.m., in gym. Zumba class for kids ages 4-12, 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2. Cracker Barrel, 1 p.m. Tuesdays, conference room, Congregational Church. Polk County Historical Association, Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2:30 p.m., at the museum in Columbus. Robin Lattimore will discuss his new book, Rural Splendor: Plantation Houses of the Carolinas. All welcome. Al-Anon Family Group meets Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m., Saluda Senior Center, 64 Greenville Street, Saluda, one half block off Main Street (U.S. Hwy. 176 S.), 828-749-2251 (Saluda) or 1-800-286-1326.


Polk County Mobile Recycling Unit, Wednesdays, Fire Department in Green Creek, 7 a.m.

to noon. Saluda Community Library, Preschool Storytime, Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m. Free. All area children and caregivers welcome. Caregiver must remain with child. The Meeting Place Senior Center, Wednesday activities include Tai Chi, 9 a.m.; ceramics, 9:30 a.m.; Italian Club Meeting (Buon Giorno), 10 a.m.; senior fitness, 10 a.m. bingo or bridge, 12:30 p.m.; Medication Assistance Program, 9 a.m. to noon. 828-894-0001. Saluda Center, Wednesday activities, Trash Train, dominoes game, 10 a.m., gentle Yin yoga 12:30 p.m. Movie Matinee, 12:30 p.m. 828-749-9245. Tryon Kiwanis Club meets Wednesdays, noon, Congregational Church, 210 Melrose Ave., Tryon. Thermal Belt Outreach Ministry, fresh produce distribution, Wednesday, Nov. 10, 3:30-4:15 p.m. at the offices, 134 White Drive, Columbus. Information on pickup and eligibility: 828-894-2988. Male Anger Management Intervention/Education Program, Wednesdays, 5 to 6:30 p.m., Steps to HOPE. 894-2340. Please submit Curb Reporter items in writing at least two days prior to publication. Items must include a name and telephone number of a contact person. Items will be printed in order by date of event, as space allows.

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Shehan pleads guilty to six counts of sexual battery Required to register as sex offender by Leah Justice

After originally facing 70 counts of statutory rape, Terry Allen Shehan pled guilty last week to six counts of misdemeanor sexual battery, ac-

cording to Polk County court documents. Shehan, 37, of Mill Spring was sentenced to 150 days in jail with credit for time served. His sentence also requires that he have no contact with the victim and that he must register as a sex offender. Judge Athena F. Brooks presided over the case last week.

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to rescind our offer to purchase the buildings yesterday at 5 p.m." McCray Smith, owner of the property, said he is disappointed that he hasn't been able to develop the property. "I wish I could have done something sooner," he said. "The economy has kept me beat right now, but I hope we'll see it turning the corner soon." Tryon House also expressed regret about the

Shehan was released from jail following the sentencing because he had already served his time. He was arrested by the Polk County Sheriff ’s Office in March and was incarcerated until last week’s sentence. According to state sex offender records, the victim in Shehan’s case was 13 years old.

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cancellation of the sale. "We regret that conditions affecting our utilization of the buildings made it economically unfeasible for Tryon House to close the transaction and wish the seller all the best as he seeks to re-market the property," said Tryon House in its statement. The purchase was to include three of the most historic structures in Tryon: the Missildine Drug Store building, the original Tryon Federal Bank building and the Jackson building. The buildings have been unoccupied since three buildings of the former Tryon Federal Tryon Federal moved to its N. Trade St. head- The Bank, which are back on the market after a quarters in 2006. planned purchase by Tryon House fell through.

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Commissioners approve resolution for FHS anniversary The Polk County Board of of 98 percent of the animals who Fax to: Commissioners on Monday ap- come to the shelter. “Foothills Humane Society proved a resolution in honor of the this isanniYour ProoF ad financial assistance has provided Foothills Humane Society’s to owners to sterilize over 4,000 versary celebration on Nov. 6. Bulletin From tryon daily as requested pets, operates the Po’Kitties Trap The Foothills Humane Society Please review Immediately! was incorporated in 1957 as the Neuter Return Program sterilizing Please proof for typos only. text or ad redesign overchanges 800 free-roaming cats and Polk County Animal Protection may incur a minimal graphic arts charge. provides rabies and other vacciSociety to prevent cruelty to animals and care for abandoned, nations, animal identification and the tryon daily Bulletin abused and homeless companion emergency medical assistance to Phone:and 828-859-9151 orex-Fax: 828-859-5575 animal owners,” says the resoluanimals equines and has ecuted that mission for over 53 tion. “Foothills Humane Society years, Polk County Commis- is commended for the valuable Faxedsaid By: ________________________________ sioner Cindy Walker in reading public health and safety contribution to the community and prothe resolution. The county’s resolution states motion of the humane treatment that FHS’s numerous programs of animals, and congratulated for have saved the lives of tens of its expanded shelter facilities and thousands of companion animals the programs and services it has and currently has a live release rate provided to the public.”


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House runs have been sponsored in memory of Allan Merrill, in memory of Dandy, beloved boxer of Julie Gordon, and in honor of Steve King. The public is invited to the dedication ceremony, and to an open house at the shelter from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Pony rides for children, games, door prizes and demonstrations are planned. Sociable dogs on leashes are welcome to enjoy the festivities and join in the games. Fred May will be on hand to

serve his famous hot dogs and chili as well as other refreshments. A highlight of the day will be Santa posing for portraits with owners and their pets by professional photographer Shelley Dayton. A donation to care for the shelter animals is requested. The celebrations continue from 5-7 p.m. at Tryon Fine Arts Center on Melrose Ave. in Tryon. More than 200 photos from the Po'Kitties Photo Contest Exhibit will be on display. A reception will follow a brief ceremony honoring the contest winners and the 20th anniversary of the shelter.

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Saving feral cats: Dana Mayer and Po'Kitties by Barbara Childs

Dana Mayer's first cat came to her one day while she and a friend were hiking with their dogs on Cullowhee Mountain. They stopped to eat some cheese and crackers and a big black cat with a white streak of lightning on his face came up and proceeded to eat most of their snack. Mayer made the remark that if the cat had the nerve to jump in the car with the dogs, she'd take him home – he did, so home came the cat. "He was a terror!" Mayer said. "After him, all the other cats I have had seem tame." Mayer was born in Birmingham, Ala., and moved with her family to Greenville, S.C., when she first started school. Her family always had a dog and growing up she was influenced by her parents' fondness for animals. Mayer's mother was a huge

influence in allowing and encouraging Mayer to bring animals home no matter what kind (well, maybe not snakes). Mayer said she always wanted to be a vet, but after working for a veterinarian decided that she would never make it because if there was any blood in sight she was usually hiding somewhere from it. While attending college Mayer acquired a puppy. Once the dorm mother discovered her in the room (after the golden mouse incident, the bullfrog incident and the snake incident), Mayer had to move back home and commute to classes. This was a pretty small sacrifice for having a dog of her own. Mayer received her degree in biology from Furman University and did post-graduate work at Western Carolina University. Mayer had been working as a volunteer at the Foothills Hu-

Scottie, a Po'Kittie that came in as a feral cat to the shelter, now has it made in his luxury barn. (photo by Shelia Veatch)

mane Society and was invited to join the board of directors. At her first meeting, the annual "live release rate" was read, and while by most shelter standards in the area, the numbers were not so bad, she thought they could definitely do better. At that time most feral cats were euthanized after a brief hold at the shelter. That decreases a

shelter's live release number, not to mention what happens to the cats. Mayer's love of cats made her determined to help facilitate a change, so that the lives of these cats and others could be saved. Mayer did a little research and pitched her idea to the others on the board of directors. They were (Continued on page 6)

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Dana and Waldo, one of the Po'Kitties at Giardini's Trattoria – not so feral anymore! (photo by Emmy Summers)


all for it, so she recruited committee members and had the first meeting of the group. They decided to call the program Po'Kitties and officially begin on October 16 – National Feral Cat Day – in 2007. Someone came from Charlotte to train the committee members about trapping and brought a variety of traps and valuable tips for trapping feral cats. Landrum Veterinary Hospital was familiar with feral cats and agreed to spay or neuter these cats, give them rabies shots and vaccines, and ear-tip them for a set fee. Trapping began and much was learned, Mayer said. Although Mayer loves both cats and dogs, she said cats have always been the underdog in the shelter systems and she always roots for the underdog. FHS is heads above many area shelters, Mayer said, but the feral cats coming in were certainly not able to be adopted in the same fashion

as domestic cats and kittens. The Po'Kitties program allows the cats to live out their lives without having more offspring and at the same time cuts down on the sometimes annoying behaviors of unaltered cats. The program traps, neuters, and returns the feral cats to their home locations. A rabies vaccine is given while they are still under anesthesia and they are returned to their home location with a caretaker to look after them daily. Landrum Veterinary Hospital does all the vet work for them, as Mayer said most vets are not equipped to handle feral cats. Rarely, the cats are in danger in their home location. Then Po'Kitties attempts to relocate them and that can be quite difficult. Sometimes people will offer space in either a barn or a shed and to provide food, water, and shelter. In the case of the Gully Street Cats, the entire colony of about 60 cats had to be relocated, (Continued on page 7)

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Mayer says that Nathan Winograd has influenced her greatly through his book "Redemption." The book is changing the way shelters all over the country are run, she said. "Many caretakers develop relationships with their cat charges and that may change their lives for the better," Mayer said. "Programs like Po'Kitties are working all over the country so that cats live out their lives in home colonies. On many college campuses in New York City, Richmond, Va., San Francisco and other places, most people want feral cats dealt with humanely and allowed to live in peace. (But please, let's stop them from creating more and more cats!) "For me personally it was such a blessing to have an elderly lady tell me recently that her Po'Kitties are the first things she sees each morning when she gets up and looks out her window. Then she added:"They are the joy of my life." "I think the cats would agree," said Mayer.



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mostly in pairs. There is also a program to foster and socialize the kittens when they come in, to help them become adopted. Some of the cats become so used to their caretakers they come inside and sleep on the bed with them. The following groups have continued to pave the way to help free roaming cats. Mayer said their information and research has been invaluable to the Po'Kitties program: Alley Cat Allies, Neighborhood Cats (Best Friends) and Goathouserefuge. org. Thanks to a generous donor, Mayer was able to attend the first ever Feline Forum in Chicago last year.She said it was a pleasure to meet with these groups and learn from their leaders. Mayer returned to the shelter with new ideas and great enthusiasm for the shelter. When someone wants to adopt a cat or kitten, the shelter prefers to match the cat with the owner to be. If a barn cat is desired, an outdoor cat will fit. They have lap cats, too. If the cat is an outdoor one the shelter prefers that the cat goes to a home that is not on a busy road. The shelter talks to the perspective owner about children, other animals in the home, and lifestyle and match all so everyone is happy. The FHS requires that the cat be spayed or neutered and have its shots, and they microchip the cat for identification purposes. They also require anyone adopting a cat sign an agreement never to have the cat declawed, as they believe it is cruel and inhumane and creates more problems for the cat. Away from the life of the shelter, Mayer enjoys walking her dogs and she likes photographing the animals. She said she believes that kindness, loyalty, and a good attitude are the most important things in life and that anyone can do whatever they set out to do if they have a good attitude.


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Woman airlifted after one-vehicle crash Wednesday by Leah Justice

A Polk County woman was airlifted to the hospital after sustaining injuries from a one-vehicle wreck on Hwy. 9 Wednesday afternoon. The Polk County Emergency Medical Services was called at 3:06 p.m. Wednesday to a car down an embankment near Ridge Crest Drive. The driver, who was not identified, was airlifted from Polk County Middle School by Regional One to Spartanburg Regional Medical Center. N.C. State Trooper Grady

McGraw said the vehicle was traveling north on Hwy. 9 when it started to go off the right side of the road and the driver over-corrected and flipped the vehicle. Two children were in the vehicle, but did not receive any injuries, according to reports. Several local agencies responded to the wreck, including the Polk County EMS, Polk County Rescue Squad, the Mill Spring Fire Department, the Polk County First Responders and the N.C. Highway Patrol. The driver’s condition was unknown as of press time yesterday.

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Polk approves 3.56 percent loan for DSS construction BB&T loan contingent on approval from LGC by Leah Justice

Polk County commissioners approved Monday the low bid for financing the construction of a new department of social services (DSS) building. The low bid came from BB&T and offers funding at 3.56 percent interest. The financing has been approved by the county, but is contingent on the N.C. Local Government Commission (LGC) approving Polk’s application to finance the project. Polk County Finance Director Sandra Hughes told commissioners that the LGC should have the county’s application by Nov. 17 and the application should be approved on Dec. 7. C o m m i s s i o n e r To m m y Melton voted against the proposal. Grading for the building has been completed on county owned property off Wolverine Trail in Mill Spring. Commissioners also discussed last week the area's recent rainfall of 10 inches over 36 hours, which affected the DSS site along with the adult day care site off Skyuka Road in Columbus. Polk County Manager Ryan Whitson said the significant rain had an impact on both sites, but everything was scheduled to be repaired at the DSS site this week. Whitson said all the site’s control measures worked and there were no sedimentation issues. The adult day care site experienced “a good washing” during the recent heavy rains, Whitson said. The county engineer was expected to assess needed repairs sometime this week. Whitson said the banks washed and there probably will be some 258390-101 cost associated with repairs at

the adult day care, but no costs at the DSS site for repairs. The county recently dedicated the adult day care, and the opening is expected to be sometime before the end of the year. The DSS building construction could begin soon, as commissioners recently approved the low construction bid of $1,590,755 from Able Constructors out of Greenville, S.C. The total project cost is estimated at $1,914,052. The county expects $95,498 in state and federal reimbursements for the building this fiscal year. The building will receive reimbursements over the next 40 years, which is the expected life of the building. Polk County will finance up to $1,850,000 for the building and will be reimbursed a portion of the interest on the loan. The BB&T loan is for 15 years. The first year’s payment of $189,193 will be due on Oct. 28, 2011.



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WHEREAS, the staff of the Following is a resolution approved on Monday by the Polk Polk County Department of SoCounty Board of Commission- cial Services works diligently to ers, recognizing November as recruit, train and place children in adoptive homes; Adoption Awareness Month. NOW THEREFORE, be WHEREAS, every child deserves the chance to grow up it resolved that we, the Polk in a loving, stable family and County Board of Commissionadoption is one way in which ers, do hereby proclaim the month of November as Adopto build a family; and WHEREAS, caring adults tion Awareness Month and encan make all the difference courage all citizens to celebrate in the lives of young people, foster and adoptive families and sibling groups and children and to spread awareness on behalf youth who have been harmed of the children in foster care in Polk County, North Carolina by abuse and/or neglect; and thetowhole nation who are WHEREAS, ob- ourand are reading the this annual ad confirms claim be a closely-read waiting for a loving family to servance of Adoption Awarenewspaper – and illustrates the old motto multum in parvo guide and support them through ness Month is a celebration of – much in little. The next time you have something to sell, We welcome further way encourage all North Carolina Adoptions remember the quickest, surestlife. and most to the communities, and the theme for 2010 is, “You reach buyers is through their favorite newspaper. businesses, don’t have to be perfect to be a groups, schools, faith-based Bulletinand families to organizations perfect parent,”The and Tryon Daily www.tryondailybulletin.com WHEREAS, in 2009-2010, ten participate in efforts to find children were adopted from the permanent, loving families for Polk County foster care system into children waiting in foster care for a permanent family. loving, supportive homes; and

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lar announced two projects in the state that will create 392 jobs. “People across the state and many businesses around the country know that I’ll take any North Carolina has the top call and go anywhere to bring a business climate in the country business to our state or expand a for the ninth time in 10 years, business or create a small business 2x2 according to Site Selection maga- in North Carolina,” says N.C. 1F, 3F zine. The publication evaluates Governor Bev Perdue. “We have changed 1/30/09 per rev. Bill Walker furnished 4 bedroom states annually based on new and been very aggressive, and that has CUPO-023479short term rental expanded facilities and a survey paid off.” Perdue says executives who of corporate executives who help chose North Carolina over the companies find new locations. The top five states on the list past year cited the state’s skilled “Your Place Away labor pool, custom are in the South, inFrom Home” worker training cluding South CaroAround the programs, solid lina at No. 5. North transportation infraRegion Carolina earned 379 structure, low costs points this year in 757 Hwy 108 East for doing business Site Selection’s Columbus, North Carolina scoring system, which ranks states and high quality of life. 828.894.8241 ext 228 South Carolina scored high based on the executive survey, WoodlaneHouse.com the number of new and expanded for not only attracting Boeing facilities last year and so far this to North Charleston, but gaining year, and the number of new fa- other investments in the automocilities per million people. South tive and aerospace industries. Site Tryon Bullentin-June2010.indd 1 9/30/2010 10:10:23 AM Carolina 2x5 received 343 points, Selection says the state also has 2x2.5 following Tennessee, Texas and passed legislation making it easier 10/22,29;11/5,12 to attract jobs and investment. Virginia in the ranking. 10/29 biog-027427 “All states face economic *** kang-039358 and budgetary challenges these Clemson University held a days, but this ranking reminds us groundbreaking for a wind turbine that there are significant success test facility in North Charleston, stories, too,” says Site Selection S.C. that university and state Editor in Chief Mark Arend. officials hope will create a new “North Carolina’s first-place hub for the clean energy indusTheodore C. Rozema, M.D. finish underscores its success try. The Clemson Restoration across a wide spectrum of in- Institute received a $45 million FAAFP, FACAM dustries, from aerospace to life grant from the U.S. Department sciences to energy. We commend of Energy and $53 million in • Nutritional Medicine • Arthritis the governor and her economic matching public and private funds development team for their focus for the project. The grant was the • Diabetes • Heavy Metal Toxicity on making and keeping their state largest in the history of Clemson • Arteriosclerosis • Natural Hormone business-friendly.” University. Replacement • Stress Reduction The magazine cites numer“Today, we are not just breakous investment projects in North ing ground on a new Clemson • Sleeping Disorders • Chelation Therapy Carolina this year, including an University research facility,” said • Weight Control • Chronic Fatigue expansion by Siemens in Char- Clemson President James Barker lotte that will create 820 jobs and at the groundbreaking. “We are Syndrome • Pain Management a collaborative effort by Novo breaking ground on a new eco• Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy • Fibromyalgia Nordisk and Nypro that will nomic era for our state.” create 241 jobs in Johnston and The facility, located on the forBuncombe counties. Last year, mer Navy base along the Cooper 1000 e. Rutherford Rd., Landrum, sC IEM announced the relocation of River, will test turbine drivetrains 2222 Airport boulevard, Columbia, sC its headquarters from Louisiana to that can be up to 66 feet long and the Research Triangle Park, bring(864) 457-4141 • Fax (864) 457-4144 ing 430 jobs to the area. Caterpil(Continued on page 13)

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Plans for the rail corridor Haeflinger insurance agency moved forward after a favorable (continued from page 12) Health Insurance for Senior Citizens feasibility study in 2008. North 400 tons. The facility will be the Carolina is also moving forward Fred & Jane Haeflinger only one in the country with the with Virginia on a project to Licensed Agents in North & South Carolina capability of testing such large create high-speed rail between Call for information drivetrains. Clemson competed Charlotte and Washington, D.C. on our new 2011 policies with universities across the coun- North Carolina received $545 (864) 234-9082 try for the grant funding. Both million last fall to move forward P.O. Box 25924 Greenville, SC 29616 TallyTar@Bellsouth.net with that project. General Electric Last week the and Siemens have Around the federal government committed to using Family Care Center, PLLC AAA Family Foot Care Center, PLLC Region announced under its theAAA Clemson facil- Foot Inter“High-Speed ity, which John officialsLongobardo, D.P.M., M.D. 2x1.5John Longobardo, D.P.M., M.D. Passenger Rail” initiative a say could lead to Podiatric the creation of city Physician and Surgeon Podiatric Physician and Surgeon 10/22,29;11/5,12 10,000 to 20,000 jobs for the re- new round of grants, including fhae-038456 the $4.1 million for the Upstate gion’s cleanDiabetic energy industry over Shoes • Medicare Accepted Diabetic Shoes • Medicare Accepted project. The federal government the next 20 years. Accepting New Patients • Call for Appointment Accepting New Patients • Call for Appointment U.S. Senator Lindsey Gra- received 132 applications totaling $8.8 billion and awarded $2.4 bilham said the project will help828-894-2455 828-894-2455 the country move toward energy lion in grants. 89 West Mills St., Columbus, NC 89 West Mills St., Columbus, NC independence. “I want an energy (Inside Carolina Medical (C Multi-Care) (Inside Carolina Medical Multi-Care) policy that breaks our dependence ontinued on page 14) on foreign oil,” said Graham. “I’m tired of talking about it.” *** 2x2 2x2 A wind farm off the South Carolina coast could meet much of 5/11 thru 6/8 f Eof the state’s energy needs, accordaafo-023463 ing to a consortium of academic WHAT CAN BE DONE? researchers, energy industry The SmartJack™ is a highleaders and government officials. before after capacity, adjustable steel pier Santee Cooper renewable energy designed to stop settling and director Elizabeth Kress says a recent yearlong study found even raise your floor back up that a wind turbine farm could where it was. Sm ™ generate up to 5 gigawatts of k c a a r t J electricity, enough to power 1.75 million homes. Santee Cooper Crawl has announced plans to produce Space in the next 10 years 40 percent of Stabilzer its power from non-carbon fuel sources. BEFORE FoothillsCrawlSpace.com AFTER The consortium plans to work The SmartJack™ is a high-capacity, adjustable steel on building a demonstration wind turbine as the next step toward pier designed to stop settling and even raise your creating the wind farm. floor back up where it was. *** Takes the “BOUNCE[ 176 1( 6*' .114^ 'g '8'.5 n 6#$+.+<'5 0)+0''4'& 41&7%6 4'' 56+/#6'5 n 052'%6+10^ A high-speed rail project to connect Georgia and North Carolina with a line through Upstate South Carolina received a boost with a $4.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation. The funds will be used for the first of two environmental Crawl SpaCe SpeCialiStS studies that must be completed before the states can begin acquirtakeS the "Bounce" out of the floor! ing rights-of-way. The grant was awarded to Georgia, which apRe-levels & stabilizes • engineeRed PRoduct plied for the funds and is working with South Carolina and North FRee estimates & insPection! Carolina on the project.

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Carolina allows 94,500 pounds and Georgia permits up to 100,000 (continued from page 13) pounds. South Carolina state ofexus ficials say the higher limit could “States understand that highSUV, red/black, 3.5L V6, 5-spd. speed rail represents a unique op- increase export business from auto, FWD, 4-dr., AC, power steerportunity to create jobs, revitalize Charleston by 30 to 40 percent. ing, power windows, tilt steering our manufacturing base, spur eco- Specifically, they say the change wheel, AM/FM radio, ABS brakes, nomic development and provide will benefit the agriculture and fully automatic headlights, 43,777 people with an environmentally recycling industries in the state miles.. friendly transportation option,” because it was not cost effective says U.S. Transportation Secretary to export their products under the lower weight limits. Waste paper Ray LaHood. 864-503-9269 www.saveatsignal.com is currently the country’s No. 1 *** export to Asia. The University of South Caroli*** na received a $3.6 million grant for Residents in Mills River have research on developing lighter fuel 2x2 voiced outrage at North Carocells for portable uses. The grant, Fall Clearance 11/5 lina’s proposal to reclassify a awarded by the U.S. Defense 828-894-2200 all trees and shrubs Sigl-038426 trout stream in the Department, will by (Convenient Location in Columbus near Court House) used by three USC Around the area. The reclassification of a six-mile endowed chairs, Region Now accepting orders for our freshly stretch of Boylston who will conduct cut Fraser Fir Christmas Trees the research at new labs at the In- Creek was proposed to create a 25-foot buffer along the water’s novista research campus. Order now and donʼt be disappointed. edge that will help protect water There will be only a few extra trees. *** Voters in Greer, S.C. approved quality. However, residents said The perfect gift for the gardeners in your life? Tuesday a referendum to allow such a restriction is not necessary A Garden Patch Gift CertiÞcate. sales of beer and wine by bars and because they already do a good job of protecting the water qualrestaurants on Sunday. Downtown business owners ity. They say the buffer will give said they hope the sales will boost the government control of 25 feet their- page business. Local religious of their private property. Property SignalimportS 77 leaders decried the resolution, owners cited concerns about prowhich passed with about 58 per- posed fines of up to $5,000 per Since 1924 2x2.5 day to enforce the rules for the cent of the vote. 400 n. King st. 11/3,5 Businesses will have to apply buffer area. M•T•Th•Fri Hendersonville, nC State representatives for Mills Serving WNC gard-039798 for a permit to sell alcohol on 9-5:30 River have said they will fight for over 80 Sundays. Grocery and conveWed 9-5 against the reclassification. “This years nience stores are not eligible to sat 9-2 hurts people because for more participate. than 40 years, the people have *** been taking care of the creek,” Voters in Charlotte approved says N.C. Senator John Snow. 828-692-1471 828-692-5771 Tuesday three bonds that will “Now the state says it will take provide $204 million for trans- over and control 25 feet of private portation, neighborhood improve- property.” ments and affordable housing. The State officials say the reclasOver 150 Recliners in Stock largest bond, which passed with sification is necessary because the 70 percent of the vote, is $157 federal Clean Water Act requires million for projects across the states to ensure the healthy reprocity to build sidewalks, connect duction of trout in all creeks and $ streets, improve traffic signals and streams. The state says land ownpedestrian crossings and create ers may be impacted by the rules bike lanes. only when they disturb land with heavy equipment such as a grader. *** South Carolina has approved Agriculture and forestry land uses new permit rules that will allow are exempt from the rules. The state is “not here to stop shipping containers hauled by $ $ truck to weigh up to 100,000 development within the trout bufa limit more in line with fer,” says Mell Nevils of the N.C. Leather Match pounds, 4 Colors Division of Land Resources. “We neighboring states. 3 Colors 10/504 10/234 The previous limit in the state just want to minimize the sediment 10/588 was 90,000 pounds, while North as much as possible.”

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Shirley Barnes Axtell, known Navy Superior Award, and the more familiarly as Shirl, has led Department of Defense Meria notable and torious Award, fascinating life. Tryon Estates as well as 27 It started on an Outstanding Tryon United Methodist Church News Arkansas farm Performance and reached its awards. Contemporary service at 8:30 a.m. pinnacle in the Pentagon. There The Department of Defense Traditional service at 11:00 a.m. she was assigned the task of Meritorious Award was predesigning, building, and ulti- sented to Shirl for her design 195 New Market Road 828-859-9218 http://www.gbgm-umc.org/tryonumc mately managing the Depart(Continued on page 18) ment of Defense Crisis Center. Today she and her husband George, a retired Marine threestar general, are residents of 2x2.5 Tryon Estates in Columbus. 5/7; 7/2 Growing up on the farm as tmet-035836 the eldest of eight children, Shirl learned to work hard and be resourceful. This was especially true after her father died an untimely death, and her seven younger siblings needed her Introducing The Belief Project from U.S. Cellular® and the industry's first help to get through school. Later rewards program with points you can use for everything from Overage her earlier experience served Forgiveness to Faster Phone Upgrades. Visit one of our stores to learn more. her well in supporting the credo that guided her life. Her credo consists of three points: seize the opportunity, educate and train for the job, and be prepared Staying connected to all the important people and information in your life has never for the unexpected. been easier with one of these great smartphone deals: Shirl earned bachelor's and HTC SNAP™ BLACKBERRY® SAMSUNG master's degrees by working CURVE™ ���� MESMERIZE™ days and attending night school for 14 years. During her career with the Department of Defense, After instant savings. After $80 mail-in rebate After instant savings. she rose through progressively Requires a Belief that comes as a Visa® Requires a Belief Plan Plan with Data Plus Debit Card. Requires higher civilian assignments in with Data Plus and/or and/or new 2-year a Belief Plan w/ Data new 2-year agreement. agreement. Applicable all branches of the military exPlus and/or new 2-year Applicable data plan data plan required. agreement. Applicable cept the Marines, her husband's required. $30 activation $30 activation fee data plan required. $30 fee may apply. may apply. activation fee may apply. branch. Shirl's outstanding performance in various assignments led to her selection to attend the National War College in Washington, D.C. She and her FOREST CITY 159 Plaza Drive, 828-287-9914 COLUMBUS 200 E. Mill Street, 828-894-0205 husband George, a previous graduate, are the only couple Things we want you to know: An agreement with a two-year initial term (subject to early termination fee) and credit approval required for all new customers and for existing customers not on an eligible Belief Plan. Existing customers may change to an eligible Belief Plan without signing a new agreement. Use of service constitutes acceptance of of the terms of ever to have graduated from that our Customer Service Agreement. Those terms apply for as long as you are a customer. A $30 activation fee may apply. Regulatory Cost Recovery Fee applies; this is not a tax or institution. government-required charge. Additional fees, taxes, terms, conditions and coverage areas apply and may vary by plan, service and equipment. Promotional Phone subject to change. U.S. Cellular Visa Debit Card issued by MetaBank pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A., Inc. Allow 10-12 weeks for processing. Card does not have cash access and can be used at For her exemplary service, any merchant location that accepts Visa Debit Cards. Card valid for 120 days after issued. Belief Plans with Data Plus start at $89.99 per month. Smartphone Plans not part of the Belief Project start at $30.00 per month. Application and data network usage charges may apply when accessing applications. See uscellular.com/project for Belief Rewards terms Shirl was presented the Air and conditions. See store for details or visit uscellular.com. Limited-time offer. Android, Android Market, Gmail and Google Maps are all trademarks of Google, Inc. Trademarks and Force Meritorious Award, the trade names are the property of their respective owners. ©2010 U.S. Cellular. Navy Meritorious Award, the

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WHItE oAK MoUNtAIN—PrICE rEDUCED— Only 15 minutes from I-26/Columbus exit. Three bedrooms and two baths. Open combo dining/family room with split bedroom plan. Deck overlooking grand views of the piedmont and the mountains. Approx. 1600 foot elevation. MLS# 23327 $230,000 $190,000 828674-7683 Bill Wilkerson

VEry WELL-MAINtAINED, 2BR, 2BA like new home in a desirable, walk-to-town location. Home features an open floor plan with split bedrooms. Kitchen has lots of counter space, a pantry, eat-at kitchen bar and separate breakfast/dining area. Insulated windows. Large laundry room with door leading to deck. LS#23893 $115,000. Wanda Henderson, 800-653-5846

rED FoX CC – New construction, custom, qualitybuilt 3BR/2BA, 2600SF home w/brick & Hardi exterior. Cathedral ceilings in LivRm w/stack-stone FP. Granite kitchen counter tops w/large breakfast area and formal Dining Rm. Lrg. upstairs bonus room, Dbl garage. Screened porch and deck overlooking golf course. $340,000 #22278 Laura May 817-2223.

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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF POLK IN THE GENERAL COURT 2x2.5 OF JUSTICE 11/5,of12, 12/3, 9, 17, 24, Our group 5 18, solo26,practitioners and30 neogen DISTRICT COURT DIVISION. kglw-039779 NOTICE OF THE DOCKETING corporation is sponsoring an opportunity for horse owners OF THE JUDGMENT. to learn about their horses' riskTOWN for botulism. OF TRYON & POLK COUNTY This is a bacteria that is deadly to equines in very small PLAINTIFFS. VS doses and we understand that the incidence of cases in the OTIS is VERNON southeast is on the rise. While vaccinating not indicated DEFENDANT in every horse owner's case, it isPursuant very important for everyof to the requirements owner to understand the risk factors make an informed Generaland Statute 105-375, notice is hereby given to Otis Vernon, as Listdecision for their situation. ing Taxpayer and current owner, that a Bonnie Barr, VMD DACViM, rood judgment of from foreclosure will beand dockriddle equine Hospital in Lexington, Kentucky has worked eted against the property described below November extensively on the impact of this disease and 29, will2010 be speakThat property containing, .51 ing at the fenCe house on november 9th at 6:30 pm. acre, more or less, as shown on Polk Please include our event yourT8, newsletters Countyin Tax Map Parcels F4 and Deed Bookcall 232 Dinner will be provided, sofurther we described ask thatin people in food! the Polk 828-894-2627 to rSVP so thatPage we 623 can and haverecorded enough County Registry. Our group who supports each other in issued an emerExecution will be on the gency on call rotation, in addition to property providing Judgment, and the will be provided each other coverage when sold we asare out byoflaw.the area, The tax lien, including interests include: and cost, may be paid before the Dr. Thann Boyum judgment is docketed and at any time thereafter as allowed by law. Dr. rachel Butterworth-Tice This notice was prepared on OctoDr. Sean eastman ber 28, 2010. Dr. Kris Woodaman Pamela B. Justice Town of Tryon Tax Collector Dr. Bibi freer frer-039784 adv.11/5,12

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Robin Lattimore will be at the Historical Museum in STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF POLK IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE DISTRICT COURT DIVISION. NOTICE OF THE DOCKETING OF THE JUDGMENT. TOWN OF TRYON & POLK COUNTY PLAINTIFFS. VS MARY KERN DEFENDANT Pursuant to the requirements of General Statute 105-375, notice is hereby given to Mary Kern, as Listing Taxpayer and current owner, that a judgment of foreclosure will be docketed against the property described below November 29, 2010 That property containing, .94 acre, more or less, as shown on Polk County Tax Map T7, Parcels E7 and further described in Deed Book 155 Page 147 and recorded in the Polk County Registry. Execution will be issued on the Judgment, and the property will be sold as provided by law. The tax lien, including interests and cost, may be paid before the judgment is docketed and at any time thereafter as allowed by law. This notice was prepared on October 28, 2010. Pamela B. Justice Town of Tryon Tax Collector adv. 11/5,12

Columbus at 2:30 p.m. on November 9, to talk about his new book “Rural Splendor: PlantationSTATE Houses of theCAROLINA Carolinas.” OF NORTH COUNTY POLK There are fiveOF plantations in THE GENERAL Polk IN County as well COURT as the Four OF JUSTICE in CampoColumns Plantation DISTRICT DIVISION. bello as wellCOURT as other neighborNOTICE OF THE DOCKETING ing counties. OF THE JUDGMENT. Lattimore comments on the TOWN OF TRYON & POLK COUNTY architecture, symbolism and PLAINTIFFS. lore of each property. He places VS GLORIA SUBER each plantation in its historical DEFENDANT context and explains its design Pursuant to the as requirements of and decoration well as its General Statute 105-375, notice is transformation or preservation hereby given to Gloria Suber, as Listthrough Lattimore ing Taxpayerthe andyears. current owner, that a also tells stories of the judgment of foreclosure willfamilies be dockwhoagainst playedthe significant roles in eted property described the building, maintenance or below November 29, 2010 that property containing .49 acres, restoration of these architectural more or less, as shown on Polk County treasurers. Tax “Viewing Map T1, Parcels A10plantation and further these described in Deed Book 144 Page houses as artifacts from an 133 and recorded in the Polk County earlier age gives us a better Registry. understanding past Execution will of be the issued on and the of the people once resided Judgment, and who the property will be sold provided law. treasure here.asThey arebyindeed The tax lien, including interests troves of history waiting to be and cost, may paid before the discovered by be each new generajudgment is docketed and at any time tion,” says Lattimore. thereafter as allowed by law. Joinnotice the was Polkprepared County HisThis on Octotorical Association to hear those ber 28, 2010. stories.B.All are welcome. Pamela Justice – article submitted Town of Tryon Tax Collector adv. 11/5,12

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It may look like just another squeeze These are ledgendary driver 1998 Z-3 M-ROadster Wow!! box, but on close cars!! Sporty, fast, proven, even economical. Prolly the most bang-for-buck sports car anyinspection it’s quite where!! This one is silver w/black leather. 3.2 6 Cyl. and 5 different from an acspd. Runs/drives flawlessly. Incredible performance. One cordion. The bayan, owner, serviced, has had very obvious care! Has had rear floor repaired, so no more worry about floor failure!! We a Ukrainian and Rushave keys, books, even the boot for the convertible top. sian instrument, has a This one will put a smile on your face every time!! Call Randy Or Bob, 864-468-4922 ONLY $13,495 bigger, richer sound because of its large We Service BMW'S size, and there are buttons on both sides which allow the bayanist to play much fast2x2 er than is possible on a 8/13 piano accordion. cacr-037990 The bayan will be one of the featured instruments in a concert to be presented on Friday, November 12, at 3 p.m. at Tryon Presbyterian Church. The performing artists will be the Marunych Duo – Volodymir on bayan and Natalia on domra, from Kiev, Ukraine. The domra is a mandolinlike instrument which had its 2x2 origins in Mongolia before the “Your Real Estate Specialist” 1/8/10 13th century. After many years of warfare the Russians finally ryan-034220 chased the Mongols out of the country (approximately 1238, in January), and in their haste, the Mongols left their instruments Licensed behind. In time the domra, whose Tryon Real Estate campobellocars - page 5 NC & SC body is a sphere cut in half with a flat round face, evolved into the balalaika, by making an instrument which was a half-domra, thus resulting in the triangular body. Most of us learned what a balalaika is from the movie “Dr. Zhivago.” In their upcoming concert the Marunyches will present NEW LISTING arrangements of light classics, Immaculate 3 bedroom, 2½ folk tunes of Russia, Ukraine and bath home in a small subdiviEastern Europe, popular songs sion conveniently located near and movie music from the Soviet hwy 9 and Landrum road. era, and original compositions by many upgraded features Volodymir. include vaulted ceilings, hardThe Marunyches will be visitwood and tile floors, marble ing Tryon as guests of John and counter tops, master on the main floor with walk-in closet. Elizabeth Gardner. The Gardners and Marunyches met in the 1990s the .77 acre corner lot is nicely landscaped and includes a in performances of the WashingPotter's shed. Priced at $182,500. mLS#23904. ton Balalaika Society Orchestra. Call 828-817-0942 Volodymir Marunych started




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playing his bayan at the age of six, and later studied at the Ukrainian Academy of Music in Kiev, earning degrees as a bayan soloist, conductor, and composer. He has more than 250 published arrangements and compositions to his credit – a body of music which is very popular in Ukraine. He has recorded CDs with a variety of orchestras, trios and ensembles. He is an associate professor of bayan at the Ukrainian Academy of Music and is conductor of the folk orchestra at that institution. Natalia Marunych is a well known domra soloist, a member of the “Native Tunes” ensemble of the Kiev National Philharmonic, and a teacher at the Kiev State Music College. She is an honors graduate of the Kiev Academy of Music. Partners in life as well as on the stage, Natalia and Volodymir have toured as musicians around the United States and Europe several times. They are the winners of numerous national and international competitions. There is no admission charge for the concert on November 12; however, donations will be appreciated and will go to the artists. For reservations and more information, contact Elizabeth Gardner via e-mail at music@ dovecottagenc.org or telephone at 828-859-6751. – article submitted

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Upstairs Artspace plans fundraisers restaurant. On Sunday, November 7, at 7 p.m., two original music groups will rock the Tryon Theater. StereoFidelics is the duo of Melissa McGinley and Chris Padgett, who have lived in Tryon two years but have not performed here until now. The couple originates about 90 percent of their material. A killer schedule has them performing between 150 and 200 gigs annually in the United States. Their two CDs have garnered rave reviews. The second up-and-coming group is Wishgrove with rock ‘n’ roll. Band members Rich Nelson, Mark McCullough and Tony Bell have been going strong for a mere

18 months, yet already have a hotselling CD, “I Lost My Head.” A second CD is in the works with many of the new songs to debut at the concert. The musicians are good friends who live in the Tryon area. Nelson is also a landscape and portrait painter. There is a modest charge for admission to the concert. Tickets can be purchased this week at the Upstairs Artspace, at 49 S. Trade St., between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., and at the theater box office before the performance. The Tryon Theater is located next door to the Upstairs. For details call 828-859-2828 or visit www. upstairsartspace.org. – article submitted

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The Saluda School PTSO is holding a coat drive this Saturday, November 6 from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. in conjunction with a community yard sale. If you would like to donate a clean, gentlyused or new coat or jacket, bring it to the Saluda School tennis court parking lot on Saturday. Students pictured above are Riley Brice, Roanna Green and Taylor Warren. (photo submitted)


STATE OF NORTH2x2 CAROLINA STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF11/5 POLK W,F until XmasCOUNTY OF POLK COUNTY OF POLK IN THE GENERAL COURT IN THE GENERAL COURT IN THE GENERAL COURT TRTI-039854 OF JUSTICE OF JUSTICE OF JUSTICE DISTRICT COURT DIVISION. DISTRICT COURT DIVISION. DISTRICT COURT DIVISION. NOTICE OF THE DOCKETING NOTICE OF THE DOCKETING NOTICE OF THE DOCKETING OF THE JUDGMENT. OF THE JUDGMENT. OF THE JUDGMENT. TOWN OF TRYON & POLK COUNTY TOWN OF TRYON & POLK COUNTY TOWN OF TRYON & POLK COUNTY PLAINTIFFS. PLAINTIFFS. PLAINTIFFS. VS VS VS jayslawnservice - page 5 SUBER OTIS VERNON MARY KERN GLORIA Carpet is a DEFENDANT DEFENDANT DEFENDANT Pursuant to the requirements of Pursuant to the requirements of Pursuant to the requirements of long-term General Statute 105-375, notice is General Statute 105-375, notice is General Statute 105-375, notice is investment hereby given to Otisthat Vernon, as List- hereby given to Mary Kern, as Listing hereby given to Gloria Suber, as Listingmust Taxpayer and current owner, that a Taxpayer and current owner, that a ing Taxpayer and current owner, that a look fresh judgment of foreclosure will be dock- judgment of foreclosure will be dock- judgment of foreclosure will be dockand lovely eted against the property described eted against the property described eted against the property described below November 29, its 2010 below November 29, 2010 below November 29, 2010 years past That property containing, .51 That property containing, .94 that property containing .49 acres, acre,installation. more or less, as shown on Polk acre, more or less, as shown on Polk more or less, as shown on Polk County County Tax Map T8, Parcels F4 and County Tax Map T7, Parcels E7 and Tax Map T1, Parcels A10 and further further described in Deed Book 232 further described in Deed Book 155 described in Deed Book 144 Page For this Page 623 and recorded in the Polk Page 147 and recorded in the Polk 133 and recorded in the Polk County reason County Registry.alone, County Registry. Registry. Execution will is be the issued on the Execution will be issued on the Execution will be issued on the Karastan Judgment, and the property will be Judgment, and the property will be Judgment, and the property will be choice. soldright as provided by law. sold as provided by law. sold as provided by law. The tax lien, including interests The tax lien, including interests The tax lien, including interests Karastan thebefore the and cost, may be paid before the and cost, may be paid before the and cost, may beispaid judgment is docketed and at any time judgment is docketed and at any time judgment is docketed and at any time ultimate marthereafter as allowed by law. as allowed by law. thereafter as allowed by law. 913 thereafter N. This Main St.was(Hwy. 14) riage ofwas beauty This notice prepared on Octonotice prepared on OctoThis notice was prepared on October 28, 2010. ber 28, 2010. ber 28, 2010. and perforPamela B. Justice Pamela B. Justice Pamela B. Justice Town of Tryon Tax Collector Town• of TryonM-F Tax Collector Town of Tryon Tax Collector mance. Greer, SC Open 8-5, Sat 9-1 adv.11/5,12 adv. 11/5,12 adv. 11/5,12 GrfC-023831




S.C. Bar presents end of life clinic at Landrum Library The S.C. Bar Foundation will present the second session of a clinic on legal end of life issues at the Landrum Library on Tuesday, November 8 at 6:30 p.m. A lawyer from a law firm in Spartanburg will present the clinic which will address probate, trust and other end of life issues. He will give a 30 to 40 minute overview and then the public will be allowed to ask questions. The free legal clinic is an opportunity to gain information on what and how to address those legal issues at the end of life we have to address for ourselves or as caregivers for others. For more information call 864-457-2218. – article submitted

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MISCELLANEOUS BLOWOUT SALE Don’t miss out! Dickies jeans and workwear (3 color choices) are now only $15 per pair. Available in regular fit, relaxed fit and carpenter jeans up to size 44 waist. Tryon Mountain Hardware. MonFri 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-5pm. CKC YORKIE PUPPIES, 16 weeks old, all shots up to date, wormed. 2 males left. Almost housebroken. $500 each. 828-817-1204. DAFFODILS Now is the time to plant daffodils and tulips for color next spring! Quality bulbs are available at Tryon Mountain Hardware. GOT GUNS??? WANT $$$ ? We buy hand guns and rifles, new and old, short and long. Call 828-395-1396 or 828-393-0067. INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE at a “Change of Clothes” - last week! All children’s clothing and merchandise reduced to 75% off until Nov. 15. 409 N. Howard Ave., Landrum, located in VERA. 864-457-3694. KENMORE FROSTLESS upright freezer $150; HEWLETT-PACKARD 4-in-one printer/fax $20; TILE CUTTER $25; LUGGAGE $25; 2 PARSONS chairs $25; 2 DOLLHOUSES, $100 and $300. 828894-7022 or 828-817-4473. KITCHEN ISLAND, GRANITE countertop, melamine island with 2 drawers, large storage area, pull-out wastebasket and towel holder. L-37.5”, W-25.5”, H-36”, $350; OUTDOOR FIREWOOD rack with canvas carrier bag $40. 864-457-4438. LIGHT A CANDLE and feed a child. Bridgewater candles and sachets available at Treasures Old & New, 202 E. Rutherford, Landrum. 864303-2008.

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REAL ESTATE RENTALS 1760sf Lake Lanier Cottage on lake FOR RENT. Large dock, boat garage with boat lift, 3BR/2BA, good off street parking, beautiful lake views. $1250/mo. plus deposit, references. 828-777-5688. 1BR BARN APARTMENT for rent on horse farm. Water, electric included. Hunter/ jumper barn. Bring your horse! $500/ mo. Security deposit required. 828-8632979 or 828-817-0896. 2BR/2BA MOBILE HOME, private lot, $400 deposit, $350/mo rent. Call 828-625-9091. 3BR/2BA LARGE doublewide home, Green Creek, Polk County. Large master suite, den, LR, large kitchen, laundry room, large fenced yard. $800/mo plus security and references. 828-582-0990 or 828-216-4298. APARTMENTS IN GODSHAW HILLS: 2BR/2.5BA, fireplace, deck, screened porch, appliances, $760/mo. 2BR/2BA, deck, appliances, $640. 864-8959177. BEAUTIFUL NEWLY RENOVATED first floor apartment in Tryon, 2BR, 1200sf. New paint, new carpet, all new stainless appliances. New tile and marble bath. Beautiful quiet neighborhood. Working fireplace, screened porch, walk to town. Available immediately. No smoking/ pets. $750/mo. 828-859-6190. Placing an ad? Call 828-859-9151

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FOR RENT: Nice 3BR 2BA doublewide, very private location on horse farm. Prefer non-smokers, $700 per month, $1000 security deposit. References and rental application required. 828863-2029.

SOUTH FLORIDA: 1 bedroom/1.5 bath Villa, West Palm Beach. Fully furnished, close to interstate and other conveniences, with pool, clubhouse and laundry. Available seasonal or long term. 864-457-7478.

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TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT, downtown Landrum. Quiet location. $485, deposit required. Yard service included. Available immediately. 864-360-6170.

FOR RENT: TRYON HISTORIC Toymakers residence: 2BR/2.5BA, all appliances, balcony and lots of storage. No smokers or pets. $950/mo. Security deposit required. Chaz Williams, Realtor, 864607-0174. HUNTING COUNTRY RENTAL, 3/2, garage, fireplace, deck, W/D, large rooms, views. 828-817-4663. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY ASHLEY MEADOWS IN COLUMBUS is now taking applications for immediate occupancy on 2 and 3BRs. Rent based on income. Background check required. Income restrictions apply. Come by our office Monday through Friday to apply. Application fee $19. Please call Ann at 828-894-2671. Equal Housing Opportunity; Handicap accessible on some units. MOBILE HOME FOR RENT, 2BR/1BA, some utilities furnished, $375/mo plus $375 security deposit. Call 828863-4453. NEED ASSISTANCE RENTING YOUR HOUSE? Call a reliable and professional property management company. Contact Damian with CAROLINA ADVANTAGE PROPERTIES. 828-817-2046. www.carolinaadvantageproperties.com. We’ll put your property to work for you! NEW EXECUTIVE HOME ON GOLF COURSE For Rent: Golf Course Road, Columbus. High end finishes throughout. High ceilings, gleaming hardwoods and all the “bells & whistles.” 3BR/2BA, $1500 monthly. Pics/info www.carolinaadvantageproperties.com. 828-817-2046. OFFICE WITH RESTROOM FOR RENT at entrance to Cliffs of Glassy. Utilities paid. $475. 864-895-9177 or 864313-7848. SALUDA, RENOVATED, attractive 2BR/1BA house, hardwood floors, W/D connections, CH/A, nice lot, deck. $650/mo. Call 828-749-1118.

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REAL ESTATE SALES 3.27 ACRES FOR SALE BY OWNER. Very nice wooded lot located on Acorn Alley in desirable Oakridge Estates, Columbus. Nice bldg site w/ mountain views. Paved roads & underground utilities. HOA. ASKING $74,900. 828-894-3575. BEAUTIFUL COLUMBUS HOME for sale... like living in the country but 2 minutes from I-26. Four bedrooms (two master suites), three full baths, over 2,200 sq ft and 2+ acres. Cathedral Ceilings, Fireplace, Sunroom and deck. Visit http:// www.forsalebyowner.com/ #22741587. $259,000. Call Janice at 864-680-6211 and make us an offer! FOR SALE BY OWNER Lovely, light and bright, 3BR/2BA home in Tryon’s Godshaw Hill area. Remodel features new white custom cabinets in LR/DR, wood floors, all new kitchen and baths, gas log fireplace, large deck, gas furnace, electric heat pump and much more. Partially finished heated/cooled walkout basement for expansion. Quiet location w/winter mountain views. REDUCED to $288,000. Brokers protected. Call for appointment: LYNNE ADAMS, OWNER/AGENT. 828-859-2493. FOR SALE BY OWNER: 6.84+/- acres ideal for professional offices. Good location at northeast corner of Hwy. 108 and Skyuka Road, between Tryon and Columbus. Convenient to I-26. $240,000. Call 1-305-494-5344 for further details.

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Guy D. Beaumont Sr. Guy D. Beaumont Sr. of Tryon Estates, Columbus, died on October 30, 2010. He was born on November 5, 1915 in Queen’s Bay, B.C., Canada. He grew up in Wisconsin and as an adult lived in New York, Connecticut and South Carolina. He and his wife, Eve, retired to Tryon in 1986, where they lived until moving to Tryon Estates. After a career in sales, he retired in 1981 from a New York City career in communications and public relations, an original “Mad Man.” He was a veteran of WWII,


Joy Powell Joy Manning Powell, 55, of Lyman, S.C., died Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at her home. Born in Polk County, she was the daughter of the late Vera

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having served in the U.S. Army Ordnance Department. Guy was a faithful and active member of Tryon United Methodist Church. He was also an ardent wayfarer, curler, public speaker, inventor and traveler. Surviving in addition to his wife of 69 years, Eve, are four children, a son-in-law, granddaughter, brother and his wife, sister and numerous nieces and nephews. A family memorial service will be held on Friday, Nov. 5, his 95th birthday, at the church, conducted by Phillip Hurst, pastor. A memorial service will be held at Tryon Estates on Dec. 4, 2010 at 10 a.m. Price and Pete Stancil. Surviving are her husband of 26 years, Danny Powell of Lyman, S.C.; three daughters, Michele Tallent (Blake) of Tryon; Tonya Hart (Randy) of Lyman, S.C., and Victoria Blackwell (Chase) of Wellford, S.C., and a son, Scott Powell of Myrtle Beach, S.C. Also surviving are seven grandchildren. Private memorial services will be held at a later date. Memorials may be made to your local hospice.

Humane Society receives donations Foothills Humane Society recently received donations from the Elizabeth & Robert Bailey Charitable Fund, the Dixie and Harry Evans Charitable Endowment Fund and the Jane Dusenbury Culbertson Foothills Humane Society Fund. All of these funds are administered by the Polk County Community Foundation. The donations will be used to care for the animals at the humane society’s shelter on Little Mountain Road in Columbus. Foothills Humane Society is a North Carolina non-profit 501(c) (3) tax exempt organization in-

corporated in 1957 to care for the abandoned, stray or abused animals of the community, reduce pet overpopulation and animal abuse and educate the community about animal welfare. The organization provides numerous programs and services to the community, including its shelter on Little Mountain Road, owner return, adoption and rescue placement, Po’Kitties trap-neuter-return, and spay/neuter financial assistance. For more information:www. foothillshumanesociety.org.; foothillshelter@windstream.net and 828-863-4444. – article submitted

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Buy, Sell, Trade, Work … With Your Neighbors! WONDERFUL ESTATE TAG SALE, SATURDAY, NOV. 6, 9AM-3PM You’ll be glad you came! Two-story home of old Landrum family. Entire contents. EVERYTHING MUST GO! Antiques, Victorian marble-top sideboard, oak vanity with triple mirror, vintage clothing, top hat, kimono, old books, local history, multitude of angels, depression glass, ruby glass, Fenton, Lenox china (complete formal sets + china cabinet filled with “Winter Greetings” pieces), sterling flatware, appliances, walk-in bathtub... and so much more. Many items never used. Think “Wedding Gifts” and “Christmas Gifts.” SPECIAL ITEM: 1880s sidesaddle used by the granddaughter of O.P. Earle at Four Columns Farm. Go to Pizza Hut on Hwy 14, midway between I-26 Exit 1 and downtown Landrum. Follow signs. See you Saturday!

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Glass show sparkles through November 13 The “Mountain Glass” exhibit at the Upstairs Artspace features 80 glass objects created by 14 artists from Western North Carolina (and one “rogue” artist from South Carolina). This is the first glass show at the Upstairs in a decade; and organizers say it proves once again that WNC is a major glass center in the United States. The artists are Phil Bickley, Veda Bickley, Jeri Burdick, Susan Cannon, Victor Chiarizia, David Goldhagen, Jason Hoyes, Graham Lawing, Logan MacSporran, Jason Probstein, Irene Redmond, Shane Smith, Matt Tyner and James Yaun. Burdick, Chiarizia, Goldhagen, Smith and Yaun are well established in their careers while the rest are “up

and comers.” Chiarizia exemplifies the calibre of artists in “Mountain Glass” with exhibits in museums and galleries coast to coast and commission work for institutions like Tiffany’s and the Smithsonian. Chiarizia, Goldhagen and Yaun are represented by the prestigious Blue Spiral 1 Gallery in Asheville. Curator Hillary Frye says the exhibit presents a variety of glassmaking techniques, a balance of structural and functional pieces, and glass that is affordable. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The exhibit runs through November 13. – article submitted

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Tryon, NC -In Town $95,000. MLS#23856 Lots of surprises in this spacious home on a pretty lot located in town. Just move right in! 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, fireplace. Call Allison O’Steen 828-817-0756

Greenspace of Fairview $1,400,000.MLS#23558 Own one of only 14 home-sites within 1331 protected acres. 5b/r, 5.5b with 5,224 sqft, 4 stall barn, 2 guest cottages, pool, lake, 25 acres, miles of private trails. Mickey 828-817-1796

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Po’Kitties, and 20 years of caring at FHS Hello Everyone! I love this beautiful fall weather when I can once again enjoy the outdoors without feeling like I’m about to faint! I hope you are enjoying it as well. I have been barking at the vultures and the turkeys....the latter drive me crazy when they “gobble.” In case you haven’t heard, this is a big weekend for the Foothills Shelter: it is their 20th Anniversary, and we are all very excited about it. I have even agreed to let the gals at Landrum Vet bathe me for the occasion! From 11 a.m. 2 p.m. Saturday, PLEASE come to the Open House at the shelter on Little Mountain Rd. There will be lots of fun things to do, including free food! Unfortunately, I have been told that there is a ten-foot no-Champ zone around the food. Sigh. There will be pony rides, obedience demonstrations, and fun and games for everyone. Santa will be there posing for photos with you and your pets and I expect I will let him have a photo op with me while I am there! Think I will fit in

his lap???? There have been lots of improvements at the shelter for the animals, so make sure you see those, and of course, I will be there with my little friend and spokesdog-in-waiting, Moses...who by the way, is not so little anymore! He is quite handsome, although he has a long way to go before he is as fluffy and glorious as me. While you are at the shelter, please stop by and visit the animals. We have lots of cats and dogs, and while they do need their very own homes, they would really appreciate a few minutes of attention from you. A few kind words, or a scratch under the chin or around the ears, can be heaven for these homeless ones. At 5:00 p.m. sharp, the Po’Kitties Photo Contest Awards Ceremony and Foothills Humane Society 20th Anniversary Gala Celebration will begin

at the Tryon Fine Arts Center. My dear, ADD friend Randy Grobe, will be hosting the event, so it should go pretty quickly. Every year I say this, but the photos are extraordinary! They look so good hanging in that magnificent space. The reception following the Awards Ceremony will be spectacular -- I read the menu and have been drooling ever since. I guess this is why I am NOT invited to attend. But all of YOU are -- this celebration is open to the public. The local business community has really stepped up to the plate and donated some truly great prizes -- wait until you see them! My humans have been bemoaning the fact that they are ineligible to win anything! The photo that wins “Best in Show” will also win a week in a 3 bedroom, 2 bath Florida vacation home with a private pool, courtesy of Debbie Arnold and Terry Cacioppo. Now THAT is a re-


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Beneficial Foods supports fall health awareness campaigns National and regional health organizations are alerting the public to the importance of making more healthy choices in our lives. Beneficial Foods is supporting area fall health awareness campaigns by providing information to the public on nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle changes that can help reverse negative health trends. The public can expect to hear more reminders during this season as health and wellness promotions pull out all the stops to raise public awareness. The most recent news is that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention predicts that in 40 years, one in three American adults will have type 2 diabetes if we stay on the track that we are on today. According to diabetes experts, type 2 diabetes sometimes can be delayed for years or

perhaps prevented altogether by healthy eating, weight reduction, and physical exercise. Research has shown that the same lifestyle changes can reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease – the number one cause of death in N.C., accounting for 40 percent of all deaths – and cancer, which accounts for 23 percent of all N.C. deaths. Diabetes is also a contributor to many conditions, such as heart disease, hypertension, stroke, blindness, kidney failure, as well as non-injury amputations. Mary Smith, a member of the Polk County Wellness Coalition and the public nurse educator for the Rutherford Polk McDowell District Health Department, works with organizations and community leaders to create healthier environments. Her goals include helping to pave the way for more greenways, bicycle

routes, and recreational activities in our communities. Smith explained that the current big picture strategy is to change the environments in which we live. Health and wellness providers are using a systems approach to work with the whole puzzle and the pieces of the puzzle at the same time. In addition to reaching out to large groups and communities to improve the total environment, they continue to coach individuals and families to make healthy lifestyle choices every day. Below is an abbreviated sample of activities and programs available in the region in November. (FHS = Free Health Screenings) • November 10 and every Wednesday: Adawehi Institute’s Chair (seated) Yoga Class, 8 a.m., 828-280-6331. • November 15: Adawehi In-

stitute’s Healthy Cooking Class, 6:30 p.m., 828-894-2686. • November 16: Park Ridge Hospital’s Women’s Heart Health Class, 4:30 p.m., 828286-5026 or 5501. • November 17: Pardee Health Education Center’s Diabetes Awareness Day, 10 a.m., 828-692-4600 (FHS). • November 18: Park Ridge Health’s Surviving the Onslaught of Holiday Food, 12 p.m., 828-684-8501. • November 18: Rutherford Hospital’s Annual Diabetes Health Fair, 6 p.m., 828-2865501or 5062 (FHS). • November 20, Tuesday School’s 5k Tot Trot and 1 mile fun run/walk, 8:30 a.m., 828899-2295. For more information, call Beneficial Foods at 828-8940737. – article submitted

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Peggy Alt, St. Luke’s Hospital Thrift Shop volunteer, has been busy! She recently completed 28 decorated Christmas trees that will soon be for sale at the Thrift Shop’s Christmas in November sale. The St. Luke’s Hospital Thrift Shop’s Christmas in November sale will be held November 6 through 13 in the downstairs portion of the shop. Call 828-859-6850 for any questions. (photo submitted)

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Thermal Belt Outreach Ministry will again help make the holidays more pleasant for those less fortunate. TBOM is continuing its Giving Thanks and Sharing Joy holiday program for many Polk County neighbors. Through the program, needy families will enjoy a traditional Thanksgiv-


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Leap of Faith I have to admit it was with great excitement, but some nervousness, that my husband Gary and I took a leap of faith and decided to call this area home. I believe we have made a great decision. As you already knew, the area is not only wonderful to look at, but a true gem – a little slice of heaven right here on earth. The Tryon Daily Bulletin is a great publication and to answer the question I have heard over and over again, “are you going to change the paper?” Set your minds at ease dear readers, the answer is no. Seth Vining Sr. and Seth Vining Jr.

Publisher’s Notebook by Betty Ramsey

and later Jeff Byrd have created and molded a newspaper that is more than just a paper. It’s the “World’s Smallest Daily Newspaper,” it’s the voice of the community and well loved by its readers. What a pleasure to hear repeatedly, “we love the Tryon Daily Bulletin! It’s how we know what’s happening.“ Beautiful music to this new publisher’s ears. My dad always told me “if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it.” My dad was a

wise man – I’m listening dad. The Tryon Daily Bulletin will remain the “World’s Smallest Daily Newspaper.” Our office, located at 16 N. Trade Street, is filled with treasures so generously donated or loaned to the Tryon Daily Bulletin over the years. A hand hooked rug by the famous Ronnie Mosseller depicting the Curb Reporter greets you as you enter the office. And once again, thanks to the generosity of Rick Dunn, two framed letters adorn our walls. One is from the famous actor David Niven, who was unexpectedly called back to war in 1939, and


wrote the letter to Seth Vining about a bill David thought he might still owe the local doctor. The other is a letter written by Calvin Coolidge’s wife, Grace, who used to summer here. Rick wants the letters to be seen and enjoyed by many, so we invite you to stop by and see them when you are in the area. Thank you to Rick Dunn, for allowing us to share a piece of Tryon history with you. Betty Ramsey is the Publisher of The Tryon Daily Bulletin. Her email address is betty.ramsey@tryondailybulletin.com.

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Local pony club presents Daniel Stewart clinics November 27, 28 This November, the River Valley Pony Club will present Daniel Stewart clinics for riders. The clinics include three separate workshops for the rider: a video analysis while riding on the flat or jumping a crosstraining session and an informational session on equestrian sport psychology. The Daniel Stewart clinics are designed to improve the rider both physically and mentally thereby improving their performance. Riders of all ages are welcome and the clinics are open to pony club members and non-RVPC members. Two mounted clinics (flat or jumping) will help riders identify and solve imperfections that affect their performance and success by letting them watch and analyze themselves on videotape (frameby-frame). When an imperfection is identified, Coach Stewart will explain the causes and the many possible solutions. Immediately after the analysis the riders start improving their position by riding in a 45-minute

follow-up lesson. The rider’s cross training workshop offers an opportunity for riders to experience cross training exercises to help identify and solve imperfections with their balance, symmetry, suppleness, posture, core strength (etc.) by using exercises and a unique balance board designed especially for riders. Valuable and informative, equestrian sport psychology seminar teaches stress management, goal setting positive thinking and visualization techniques to help riders maximize stress, fear and performance anxiety while riding. Daniel Stewart has been a highly successful International competitor and trainer for over 20 years. From 1999 - 2007 he coached riders on several U.S. teams to success at many world championships and Olympics. Prior to becoming a U.S. coach he earned a degree in exercise science and psychology and worked as a consultant to other national riding teams including Portugal and Canada.





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A wild turkey tale

Editor’s note: Comedienne Pam ated a visual image that wasn’t sitStone writes her column for The ting well with the Lance ‘Captain’ Tryon Daily Bulletin twice each crackers I’d just ingested. “Can’t month from her office at her home say that I have.” “Well he has” she said, jerking in Gowensville. Want a chance to respond to this column? Go to her thumb. “Isn’t that the grossest Pam’s blog at www.tryondailybul- thing you’ve ever heard?” Keith, having letin.com. missed his third “Let me ask “I’m Just attempt with the you a question.” said one of the Saying…” salt block, turned to champion the gals who work cause of poultry at my local feed by Pam Stone posterior. store, leaning “It’s good!” conspiratorially towards me, over the counter. “Have he defended. “In a sandwich. With Bream” you ever eaten turkey butt?” “Bream?” I spluttered. “Like, Always interested in pursuing original banter I said, “You mean Brim the fish?” This was truly appalling. on purpose?” “Yep.” he replied. “I love me “Yes.” She said, looking sideways at her co-worker, Keith, who a Bream and Turkey Butt sandwas, at that moment, engaged in wich.” That took a couple of sectrying to hone his rodeo skills by onds from which to recover. roping a salt block. “Nooooo,” I replied, having cre- “I could see eating that if you were

in the Donner party and your choice was turkey butt and Bream or your brother,” I said. “but there’s no need to eat that way. I mean, you can get something at McDonald’s for a dollar. Although the turkey butt and Bream is probably healthier.” “It’s goooood.” he maintained. And then I had to know how on earth he came up with that combination in the first place. I mean, I grasp the concept, if not the desire, for a fried bologna sandwich or a cupful of “Livers and Gizzards!” now being advertised at the local Spinx station. I even remember laughing so hard that I couldn’t breathe when a caller to my radio show announced she had just been to a wedding and had witnessed the wedding cake, formed, stacked, and made completely from potato salad, but who sat down with the tail end of a turkey and, pondering what could trump the taste, elected Bream?

“Ah, I used to live in Florida and did a lot of fishing and there was always a group of guys that would come by and want any Bream that I caught, because I used to throw it back. But they’re the ones that turned me onto it and, really, it’s good!” Naturally, one had to ask, “Well, what’s turkey butt taste like?” “Different. Kinda crispy. It’s pretty dark.” You don’t say. But this is what I love about small-town living. While the rest of the world is currently blogging about the rise of the Tea Party or fighting traffic or moaning over the Christmas music already being played in shopping malls, one side trip to the feed store led me to some information I could actually use. One day. If I’m desperately starving. Or want to weasel out of hosting future Thanksgiving dinners....

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Fresh produce at Thermal Belt Outreach on November 10th The Thermal Belt Outreach, be in the Food Pantry located supported by Manna FoodBank at 134 White Drive, Columbus of Asheville, will be distributing (pass the Columbus Baptist perishable vegetables Wednes- Church on Houston Road, turn day, November 10, 2010 at left on White Drive before 3:30 – 4:15 p.m. Those who going under the 74 highway can use this produce, the food bridge). If there are questions, call Outreach is free of charge and must not be Do You Know? at 894-2988. Clients resold.2x10 by Eloise Thwing Director, Thermal Belt Outreach may also call If you need to 8/20, 9/2, 17, 10/1, 15, 11/5, 19, this number pick up produce 12/3, 17 for someone who cannot come on the day of distribution to TrCO-038270 to Thermal Belt on this day, learn which vegetables will we will need a note from that be available. Participants are person stating who is picking asked to bring their own bags up the produce for them. It or boxes. Eloise Thwing is the founder must be signed and a telephone number given for verification of and director of Thermal Belt Outreach, which is an indepenthis request. Outreach never knows until dent non-profit organization the day before distribution how located in Columbus, N.C. For much or which vegetables will more information, visit our webbe available. Distribution will site at http://tboutreach.org.





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Are you 100% sure if you died today that you would go to Heaven? You can be sure! How to Find New Life in Christ

From left: Fran Creasy on flute, Lillian Wehr, viola, Kathleen Erwin, violin, and Kathy Foster, cello. (photo submitted)

Foothills Music Club presents program Nov. 11 at ICC Polk The Foothills Music Club will present a special program of music on Thursday, November 11 at 3 p.m., at Isothermal Community College, located on Highway 108 in Columbus. This recital is a regular monthly meeting of the club. In addition, it will be part of the celebration to honor the 125th anniversary of the founding of the Town of Tryon. The public is invited to attend. In this program, the Mozart “Flute Quartet in D Major” will be performed by Fran Creasy on flute, Kathleen Erwin, violin, Lillian Wehr, viola, and Kathy Foster, cello. Pianist Jeanette Shackleford will play “Variations Serieuses” by Mendelssohn. A duet will be performed by Mimi Child Traxler on piano with cellist Kathy Foster. In addition, there will be some vocal renditions

by Elizabeth Gardner and Mary Meyers. The Foothills Music Club, an affiliate of the Tryon Fine Arts Center, was formed in 1988 for the purpose of encouraging members to maintain their musical proficiency, whether instrumental or vocal, through performances. The club members have performed many times before at the Isothermal Community College, as well as in the Tryon Fine Arts Center, at Tryon Estates, and in several churches. Each year, the FMC also awards scholarships to deserving young musicians in the area. Auditions for this are held each year in March or April. For further information on this concert, which is open to the public, call Fran Creasy at 828-859-0208. – article submitted

Emmanuel Baptist holds revival November 7-10 Emmanuel Baptist Church in Columbus will hold its revival November 7 through November 10 at 6:30 p.m. Sunday night and 7 p.m. Monday through Wednesday nights. The guest speaker will be

Bro. Clifford Phillips. There will be music nightly. The church is located ½ mile off Hwy. 108 on Fox Mountain Road in Columbus. – article submitted

This is what the Bible tells us: By nature, your heart runs from God and rebels against Him. The Bible calls this "sin." Romans 3:23 says, "For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God." Yet God loves you and wants to save you from sin, to offer you a new life of hope. John 10:10 says, "I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly." To give you this gift of salvation, God made a way through His Son, Jesus Christ. Romans 5:8 says, "But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us." You receive this gift by faith alone. Ephesians 2:8-9 says, "For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast." Will you receive Jesus Christ right now? 1. Admit your need (I am a sinner). 2. Be willing to turn from your sins (repent). 3. Believe that Jesus Christ died for you on the cross and rose from the grave. 4. Through prayer, invite Jesus Christ to come in and control your life through the Holy Spirit (Receive Him as Lord and Savior). If you are choosing right now to receive new life through Jesus Christ, pray this prayer. Dear Lord Jesus, I know that I am a sinner, and I ask for Your forgiveness. I believe You died for my sins and rose from the dead. I turn from my sins and invite You to come into my heart and life. I want to trust and follow You as my Lord and Savior. In Jesus Name, Amen This is just the beginning of a wonderful new life in Christ. To deepen this relationship you should: 1. Read your Bible everyday to know Christ better. 2. Talk to God in prayer every day. 3. Tell others about your commitment to God. 4. Worship, fellowship, and serve with other Christians in a Bible-teaching church. If you have trusted Jesus as your Lord and Savior, please let us know. We want to rejoice in what God has done in your life and help you to grow spiritually.

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Change clocks and smoke alarm batteries Sunday, November 7 On Sunday, November 7, daylight-saving time ends so when you change your clocks back (“fall behind”), be sure to make another change that could save lives – change and test the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors, the Glassy Mountain Fire Department urges. To save lives and prevent needless injuries, the Glassy Mountain Fire Department has joined forces with Energizer® and the International Association of Fire Chiefs for the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery® campaign. The program urges all Americans to adopt the simple, lifesaving habit – change smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector batteries when changing clocks back on Sunday, November 7. According to The International Association of Fire Chiefs, communities nationwide witness tragic home fire deaths each year, but everyone can work together to help reduce the number of home fire fatalities. Approximately every three hours a home fire death occurs somewhere in the nation and 66 percent of those occur in homes without working smoke alarms. The commonly cited cause of nonworking smoke alarms is worn or missing batteries. “The peak time for home fire fatalities is between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. when most families are sleeping,” says Bryan Riebe, chief of Glassy Mountain Fire Service Area. “Smoke alarm maintenance is a simple, effective way to reduce home fire deaths. Children and senior citizens are most at risk, and a working smoke alarm can give them the extra seconds they need to get out safely.” Chief Riebe also recommends residents use the “extra” hour they gain from the time change to test smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors by pushing the test button, to plan and practice escape routes and to make

sure fellow neighbors and community members do the same. Families should also prepare a fire safety kit that includes working flashlights and fresh batteries. “The Glassy Mountain Fire Department does have a limited number of smoke alarms available for those who don’t have them. These folks should contact the headquarters at 864-895-4306 to request them,” Riebe adds. “Changing smoke alarm batteries at least once a year is one of the simplest, most effective ways to reduce these tragic deaths and injuries,” Chief Riebe said. “In fact, working smoke alarms nearly cut in half the risk of dying in a home fire. Additionally, the International Association of Fire Chiefs recommends replacing your smoke alarms every ten years.” Tragically, home fires injure and kill thousands each year. Those most at risk are: • Children – On average, home fires kill 500 children ages 14 and under each year. Roughly threequarters of child fire fatalities under age 15 occurred in homes without working smoke alarms. • Seniors – Adults 75 and older are 2.8 times more likely to die in a home fire. • Households impacted by the economy – Many families are unable to afford batteries for their smoke alarms now. These same households often rely on poorly installed, maintained or misused portable or area heating equipment – a main cause of fatal home fires. For more information about fire safety, call the Glassy Mountain Fire Department at 864-8954306. For more information on the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery® program call the hotline at 314-727-5700 x108 or email cyccyb@blickandstaff.com or call the International Association of Fire Chiefs at 703-273-0911 or email corporaterelations@iafc.org. – article submitted

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Tender moment in ‘MonkY Business’

Abbott Costello (Guy Winker, left) reassures the young Brother Lee Love (Jack Carruth, right) that belief is never easy in a tender moment in the upcoming “MonkY Business” opening at the TLT Workshop on S. Trade St. in Tryon on Thursday, November 11. “MonkY Business,” by Todd Mueller and Hank Boland with music and lyrics by Gregg Opelka, plays November 11 to 14 and 18 to 21, Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m., and Sunday matinee at 3 p.m. For more information visit the website at www.tltinfo.org. (photo by Lorin Browning)

FENCE fall turf gardening seminar Do you wish your lawn looked good all year long? Do you need to know how to control turf weeds? FENCE will be offering a free turf program November 8 at 10 a.m. Program will be held rain or shine. Travis Lindsey, owner of Lindsey’s Lawncare, will be the speaker for this program. Lindsey is a native of Columbus and has owned his landscape business for 10 years. Lindsey specializes in turf management and the

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I will not allow anyone I drive with use a cell phone To the Editor: I can’t wait to answer the letter about teenage driving. It isn’t only teenagers who are not driving well. I taught driving in Minnesota

construction of rock walkways. Lindsey will share his wealth of knowledge for having a lush, weed free turf and will even share the “secrets” of the turf industry. This gardening seminar will last approximately 30 minutes and there will be a question and answerExEcutrix's session. Funding for noticE theHaving free gardening seminars is qualified on the 13th day provided by the Polk County of October, 2010, as Executrix of the Estate of JanEFoundation a. sanz, deceased, Community and the late of Endowment Polk County, North Kirby Fund.Carolina, this is to notify all persons,submitted firms and – article

corporations having claims against the estate of said decedent to exhibit them to the undersigned Executrix on and the children I taught got the or before the 19th day of January, 2011, highest marks. or this notice will be pleaded in bar of will not Allletpersons, anyonefirms I drive theirI recovery. and with use a cell phone. to I tried ask corporations indebted the to estate the government to notpayment. allow a cell should make immediate This in theany 19thcar, day but of October, 2010. phone they did not Karen Lee Spector, Executrix pass any law. There is a lot more Estate of Jane A. Sanz that people not learning. 1450 Emersonare Avenue, Unit 407 I was shockedVAwhen I first moved South McLean, 22101 from Minnesota R. Anderson Haynesin the early 1970s. Attorney at not Lawknow that gravel is as They did P.O. Box 100 as ice and snow. dangerous Tryon, NC 28782 – Peggy Carter adv. 10/19,26;11/2,9

110.000493 10-SP-10SP107 110.000493 NOTICE OF10-SP-10SP107 SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S PROPERTY FORECLOSURE SALE OF REAL UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the PROPERTY power and authority UNDER AND BYcontained VIRTUE in ofthat the certain Deed of Trust executed depower and authority containedand in that livered Mitchell J Stott, Joyce Sand Stott. certainby Deed of Trust executed dehusband wife,J Stott, datedJoyce November livered by and Mitchell S Stott. 3, 2006 and on November husband andrecorded wife, dated November 15, 2006,and in Book 347 atonPage 1918, 3, 2006 recorded November and on December 17, 2008, 15, modified 2006, in Book 347 at Page 1918, in themodified Office ofon the Register 17, of Deeds and December 2008, of PolkOffice County, North Carolina; and in the of the Register of Deeds because of default in Carolina; the payment of Polk County, North and of the indebtedness thereby because of default secured in the payment and failure to carry out and perform of the indebtedness secured thereby the and stipulations failure to carryand out agreements and perform contained therein and and, agreements pursuant to the stipulations demand of the holder of the indebtedcontained therein and, pursuant to ness secured said of Deed of Trust, demand of theby holder the indebtedthe Substitute Trustee nessundersigned secured by said Deed of Trust, will for sale,Substitute at public auction, the place undersigned Trustee to highest bidder cashauction, at the willthe place for sale, at for public usual ofbidder sale atforPolk to the place highest cashCounty at the Courthouse, NorthCounty Carousual placeinofColumbus, sale at Polk lina, on Wednesday, November 17, Courthouse, in Columbus, North Caro2010 at 10:30 AM that November parcel of land, lina, on Wednesday, 17, including improvements thereon, situ2010 at 10:30 AM that parcel of land, ated, lyingimprovements and being in the City of situMill including thereon, Spring, County Polk,inState of North ated, lying and of being the City of Mill Carolina, and being more particular Spring, County of Polk, State of North described as follows: Carolina, and being more particular See legal description shown in described as follows: Deed of legal Trust description recorded onshown NovemSee in ber 15,of2006 Book 347 Page Deed Trust inrecorded on atNovem1918 ber 15, 2006 in Book 347 at Page Address of Property: 400 Water 1918 Mill Address Drive, Mill NC 400 28756 ofSpring, Property: Water Record Owner: Joyce S MillPresent Drive, Mill Spring, NC 28756 Special Meeting Stott. andwill Mitchell Stott meeting Present Record Owner: Joyce S There be a Jspecial TheColumbus terms of the are that and Mitchell Jsale Stott ofStott. the Town Council to the be realThe property described termshereinbefore of the sale are that held Wednesday, November 3rd the at will sold forhereinbefore cash to the highest bidrealbe property described 6:30 p.m. der. The Substitute Trustee reserves willThe be sold for cash to the highest purpose of this meeting isbidto the to require aTrustee cash deposit or der.right TheHendersonville Substitute reserves visit the Waste Treatathe certified check not to exceed right toLEgaL requirenoticE a cash depositthe or ment Plant. greater five percent (5%) the SBA of Towers II, Town LLCtoisHall proposing a certified check not exceed the Please call the atof894amount the or seven hundred to increase thebid height of an existgreater five percent (5%) of the 8236 forofmore details. fifty Dollars ($750.00). Inmonopole the event ing approximate 101-foot amount of the bid or seven hundred adv. 11/1 that holder is exempt paytelecommunications structure to fifty the Dollars ($750.00). In from the event ing the theisofsuccessful bidder an height 160-feet and to thatoverall thesame, holder exempt from paymay alsosame, be required payproposed revenue collocate antennas ontothe ing the the successful bidder stamps the Trustee’s Deed, any extension. existing structure is may alsoonbeThe required to pay revenue Land Transfer Tax, and the tax required located aton 271 Melrose Avenue, Tryon, stamps the Trustee’s Deed, any by N.C.G.S. §7A-308 (a) Polk County, North Carolina. TowLand Transfer Tax, and the(1). taxSBA required The property ers II, LLCreal invites comments by N.C.G.S. §7A-308 (a)hereinabove (1).from any described is being for sale interested party on offered thehereinabove impact the The real property “AS IS, WHERE IS” and will have be proposed undertaking may on described is being offered for sold sale subject allProperties. superior unpaid any Comments “AS Historic IS, to WHERE IS” andliens, will be sold taxes, and special assessments. may be sent to Environmental subject to all superior liens, Corpounpaid Other will beassessments. announced at ration ofand America, ATTN: Dina Bazzill, taxes,conditions special the sale. The held Suite open 1375 Union Hillsale Industrial Court, Other conditions willwill be be announced at for ten (10)The days forwill upset as by A, Georgia 30004. theAlpharetta, sale. sale be bids held Comopen law required. ments must be received for ten (10) days for upset within bids as30 by the unable days. ForSubstitute questions Trustee please is call Dina lawIfrequired. 1x1.5 to convey title to this property for Bazzill 770-667-2040 x111. If the Substitute Trustee is unable 11/1 any reason, the to sole remedy of the adv. 10/22 title to convey this property for TCOL-039727 purchaser is the of the deposit. any reason, thereturn sole remedy of the Reasons inability to deposit. convey purchaserofissuch the return of the Reasons of such inability to convey 1x3



title include, but are not limited to, the of abutbankruptcy petition title filing include, are not limited to, prior to theofsale and reinstatement the filing a bankruptcy petition of the to loan knowledge of the prior thewithout sale and reinstatement Substitute If the validity of the loanTrustee(s). without knowledge of the of the sale isTrustee(s). challengedIfbythe anyvalidity party, Substitute the Substitute Trustee(s),byinany its/their of the sale is challenged party, sole discretion, ifTrustee(s), it/they believe(s) the the Substitute in its/their challenge to have merit, believe(s) may declare sole discretion, if it/they the the sale totobe void andmay return the challenge have merit, declare deposit. purchaser have the no the sale The to be void andwill return further deposit.remedy. The purchaser will have no Additional Notice where the Real further remedy. Property is Residential with less Additional Notice where the than Real 15 RentalisUnits: Property Residential with less than order for possession of the 15 An Rental Units: property mayfor be possession issued pursuant An order of the to G.S. § may 45-21.29 in favor of the property be issued pursuant purchaser against or to G.S. § and 45-21.29 in the favorparty of the parties in possession by the the Clerk purchaser and against party of or Superior of the County which parties inCourt possession by theinClerk of the property is sold. person who Superior Court of theAny County in which occupies theisproperty to the property sold. Anypursuant person who aoccupies rental agreement entered into or the property pursuant to renewed or after October 2007, a rental on agreement entered1,into or may, afteron receiving notice1,of2007, sale, renewed or afterthe October terminate rental the agreement may, afterthe receiving notice ofupon sale, 10 days written noticeagreement to the landlord. terminate the rental upon Upon termination of atorental agree10 days written notice the landlord. ment, tenant is of liable for rent due Upon the termination a rental agreeunder ment, the the rental tenantagreement is liable forprorated rent due to the effective of termination. under the rentaldate agreement prorated Dated: October to the effective date27, of 2010 termination. TheDated: Hunoval Law 27, Firm, PLLC, AtOctober 2010 torney for The Hunoval Law Firm, PLLC, AtPoore Trustee, LTD as torneySubstitute for Substitute TrusteeTrustee, LTD as Poore Substitute 704-334-7114 Substitute Trustee adv.11/5,12 704-334-7114 adv.11/5,12 change of Meeting Date The Town of Columbus Planning Board will meet on November 16th at 5:30 p.m. in Council Chambers at the Columbus Town Hall. adv. 11/5, 10

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this production that will allow audience members to “relive, share and interpret their dreams through the arts.” This interactive element will take place after each performance duringare a reception. reading this ad This interactive confirms our claim post show event to be is just one aof closely-read the newspaper many elements – and that will make illustrates the old motto thismultum production Burke’s “Dream Project” was a collaboration in parvoSarah – much a unique experi- of efforts and artistic talents of UNCW and in little. The next time artists. (photo submitted) community ence. you have to something According The production will run the Burke, the show was “a the series gambit of the many artistic to sell, remember of vignettes. piecesand strung talents at UNCW and the comquickest,Little surest together, with a through line, munity of Wilmington at large. most parts welcome way different will be through Burke has brought together a direach is all verse group of actors, along with theto whole thing.buyers In the end thethrough differenttheir elements come various other artists. Among this favorite together like a mosaic.” dream team, Sarah has brought newspaper. The focus (or “through line” together Jacob Rogers (a guitar The calls Tryon Daily as Burke it) for this proj- player and songwriter), DJ Ryan ect is the concept of dreaming. Bowman, a video jockey by the Bulletin Burke had been interested in name of James Johnson (a video dreams ever since she read jockey being something similar the book, “Lucid Dreaming: to a DJ except with projected Gateway to1cthe Inner Self,” by images), various visual artists, x 5.5in Robert Waggoner. and Kate Vettel who is an expert “The book opened me up in shadow puppetry. Burke even to the crazy possibilities of had an elementary school class dreaming,” said Burke. “It was draw pictures of their dreams really fascinating, and it offered for the event. a completely different way to “The main idea behind the look at dreaming.” project was to bring together According to Burke, she many different artists,” said wanted to bring this same sort of Burke. A goal she seems to awareness about dreams to her have more than accomplished. audience. She wants her audi- As far as her role in all of this, ence to, “pay attention to their she prefers the title “facilitator” dreams. They are pretty bizarre, to the more traditional “direceven the ones that are so called, tor,” describing herself as the ‘normal.’ If we pay attention to “connector putting all the pieces our dreams we can learn a lot together.” about ourselves.” – article submitted


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Wolverines eye another conference championship Wolverines face Bearcats tonight at Hendersonville by Joey Millwood

It’s going to be a cold one in Hendersonville on Friday tonight when the polk County football team comes to town with their eyes all over another Western Highlands Conference championship. that cold air will mean nothing to the red hot Wolverines who want to not only beat their rival, but win a championship in the process. a win tonight guarantees the Wolverines at least a share of the conference title. If Madison can knock off Mountain Heritage tonight, the Wolverines would be outright champions, but that is not in polk’s control. What is in the Wolverines’ control is an athletic Bearcat team. Hendersonville is its usual athletic, physical self, polk coach Bruce ollis said. “offensively they are showcasing a very talented quarterback (Desmond Whitesides) in the shotgun and they have big play potential in the vertical passing (Continued on page 51)

Polk’s stingy defense at work. Jay Sutton (#17) wraps up the ball carrier as Tyler Philpott (#55) closes in during last Friday’s game against Owens. (photo by Fulton Hampton)

Cardinals on road for state playoffs tonight by Joey Millwood

after a tough loss to Christ Church in the region championship game last Friday night, the Landrum football team finds itself on the road in the 1A State playoffs tonight. the Cardinals will travel to Calhoun County tonight with hopes to continue their season. the junior-laden team has shown tremendous promise this season and has shown an electric offense that can take over a game at any time. the Cardinals will turn to its playmakers tonight to keep the season alive. Junior quarterback Brandon Cannon is the gas that makes the Cardinals offense fly. Cannon has thrown for over 1,800 yards and has run for over 600 yards. He’ll need big target Tyler Logan to haul in some big passes tonight. on the ground, the Cardinals will hope to get Cole McDowell and peyton McCarter going early. Defensively, the Cardinals have relied on leading tackler antonio Barron to cause some major disruption. the saints run a high-scoring spread offense that is 5-0 at home this season. Their backs are against the wall, but the Cardinals have a lot of talent that is capable of an upset. Kickoff is set for 7:30 p.m.

Landrum’s Michael Allison (#72) prepares to make the hit with help from Chris Pitts (#34) in a game against the Polk County Wolverines earlier this season. (photo by Fulton Hampton)

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placed it beautifully in the upper on Wednesday, Nov. 3, the 90 to give polk the 1-0 lead. the goalie for the Wolverines, polk County Wolverines varsity soccer team played host to a Dallas Boone, worked to preserve tough starmount team. the game the slim lead and hold the tie once went down to the wire, but polk starmount had penetrated for a came up just short in a 2-1 loss. breakaway on the lone goalie. starmount did tie on the From the start both breakaway but only teams knew it was goSports after Boone had made ing to be a physical 90 several saves and saved minutes with pushing and bumping becoming more a free kick from the top of the than common in the early go- box. the Wolverines’ offense had great ball movement and ing. polk kept the ball in star- intensity in the first half. Both teams fought hard in the mount’s end for most of the second half. the game went back half and put great pressure on starmount’s defense, with Blair and forth, but starmount proved ruth (#8) blasting two shots that too much, just edging out the Wolverines in the second half. were just turned aside. the loss ends the Wolverines’ polk finally broke through when Davie abril (#2) took a free season. Fans say everyone will kick from the top of the box and miss this year’s seniors.

game,” he said. the Bearcats use Whitesides the same way polk uses quarterback andre overholt. Defensively, they return a lot of starters, ollis said, including last year’s conference Defensive player of the Year Lequon Young. “they are a very well-rounded team that is undefeated at home

Landrum High to hold winter sports parent meeting Nov. 22 Landrum High school will hold a mandatory winter sports parent meeting on Monday, November 22 at 7 p.m. in the Landrum High cafeteria. the meeting will begin with information about insurance, sportsmanship, recruiting and a question and answer session with

Doc Baker and Coach Cann. those parents who attended the fall insurance presentation meeting can skip the segment of the meeting that begins at 7 p.m. and report at 7:45 p.m., when winter team breakout sessions will be held with coaches (JV and varsity combined).

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K. C. Smart “I’m Just Resting My Eyes” Kenneth Cleveland Smart, 67, of 45 Somersett Drive, Spartanburg, S.C., passed in his sleep on Monday, November 1, 2010, at his home. Born February 26, 1943 in Milwaukee, Wisc., he was the son of the late Wellington Cleveland and Dorothy Roy Smart. A veteran of the U. S. Army, KC’s primary career was devoted to broadcasting and real estate development, culminating in ownership of WTYN in Tryon. Upon retirement from broadcasting, KC began a second career with Toyota, working with Dave Edwards in Spartanburg, S.C., for the past 10 years. Throughout his lifetime, KC devoted himself to those around him, placing the needs of his friends and family before his own. A devout Roman Catholic, KC enthusiastically embraced his faith, the Knights of Columbus, and his years with the Jaycees and the Lions Club. He is survived by three brothers, Craig and Linda of Seattle, Wash., Keith and Brenda of Spartanburg, and Chris and Louise of Ellensburg, Wash. His two nephews, Adrian and Julian, and two nieces, Shelby and Joelle, held special significance to KC, and in turn, his passing leaves a significant void for us all. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, November 5, 2010, at the Catholic Church of Jesus Our Risen Savior in Spartanburg, conducted by the Rev. Frank Palmieri. Burial will follow in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to a charity of one’s choice. The family is at the home of his brother, Keith Smart, 298 Fairlane Drive, Spartanburg, S.C. 29307. An online guestbook is available at www.floydmortuary. com. Floyd’s North Church Street Chapel, Spartanburg. tryontown2010

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