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Tryon Daily Bulletin

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Vol. 84 / No. 166

Tryon, N.C. 28782

Friday, September 23, 2011

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Edneys enjoy special tour of White House by Samantha Hurst

Barbara Edney talks fondly of rubbing the curly head of a black and white Portugese water dog on a recent impromptu vacation with her husband, Carl, and their daughter Julie’s family. She then points out, “We had never seen anything like this – we even got to see Bo, the Obama’s dog.” The Edneys’ daughter, Julia Tulloch, is an optometrist in Arden who went to high school and college with Sandy Kuhlman, wife of presidential doctor Jeffery Kuhlman. Dr. Jeffrey Kuhlman is one of several doctors dedicated to the health of President Barack Obama. He was also on hand as a doctor for the Bush administration. The Kuhlmans recently had the opportunity to invite their friends Julie and Tim Tullock to (Continued on page 6)

The Tullochs and Edneys outside the White House. Family members who made the trip included Tim Tullock, Julie Tullock, 9-year-old son Chad Tullock, Barbara Edney and Carl Edney. (photo submitted)

Eightythree-year-old John Albree celebrated his birthday month by making a hole-in-one on Sept. 10. Albree made the shot while playing as a member of The Dogfighters Men’s Golf group at Tryon Country Club. His birthday was Sept. 20.

Columbus to spend $23k to clear discolored water from Woods well by Leah Justice

Town of Columbus officials said they have exhausted all internal options in efforts to clear up discolored water being produced from the town’s Woods well. Columbus Town Council met Thursday, Sept. 15 and agreed to spend

$23,250 for an iron and manganese sequestration project at the well to clear up discoloration of the water. The work will be done by the town’s public works department. Estimates of costs for hiring a contractor to do the

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Correction/Clarification

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

Today

Saluda Center Friday events: chair exercise, 9:30 a.m.; Trash Train, 10 a.m. The Meeting Place Senior Center Friday activities include movie matinee at 10 a.m. and bingo at 12:30 p.m. 828-894-0001. Seniors on Sobriety (SOS) AA Meeting, Fridays at noon, Polk County Chamber of Commerce Building, 2753 Lynn Rd. (Hwy 108), Tryon. 828-8940293. Tryon Toy Makers Museum, open Friday 2 - 6 p.m., 43 E. Howard St., Tryon. 828-2906600. PolkFresh Farmers Market, Fridays, Saluda, West Main parking lot, 4:30 - 6:30 p.m., VISA/ EBT accepted. Visit polkcountyfarms.org for vendor list or sign-up. American Legion Post 250, weekly bingo games, Fridays, 7 p.m., 43 Depot St., Tryon. Doors open 5:30 p.m. Smoke-free. Narcotics Anon., Saluda Senior Center, Friday, 8 p.m.

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Erik Olsen should have been given credit for the photos in the Tryon Hounds article on the cover of the October “Appointments” that came out on Sept. 21.

Saturday

Landrum Farmer’s Market meets Saturday mornings at 7 a.m. at the Depot. For more information, call Joe Cunningham at 864-457-6585. Columbus Farmer’s Market, Saturdays, 8 - 11:30 a.m., Womack building parking lot. Visit www.polkcountyfarms.org to register or for more information. Ache Around the Lake benefit for St. Luke’s Hospital Foundation, Saturday, Sept. 24. 8k “Ache” and/or 2-mile “Ouch” around Lake Lanier. Races start at 8 a.m. on Butter St. in Landrum. For more information, visit www.achearoundthelake.org. Democrat Men’s Club will meet Saturday, Sept. 24 at 8 a.m. at Polk Democratic Party headquarters, 64 Ward Street in Columbus. Landrum Cross Country, Cavalier Classic Invitational at Dorman High School, Saturday, Sept. 24 at 9 a.m. Grassroots Art Project holds art classes to benefit Lennie’s Fund and the Humane Society, Saturdays from 9:30 – noon. There is no fee for the class and all materials will be provided. Classes will be held at the Congregational Church Annex, 210 Melrose Ave. in Tryon. Call 828899-0673 for more information. Polk County Historical Association Museum, open Saturdays, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., 60 Walker St., Columbus, lower level. Free. Tryon Toy Makers Museum, open Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. 43 E. Howard St., Tryon. 828290-6600. Thermal Belt Friendship Council, monthly luncheon this Saturday, Sept. 24, at 11:45 a.m. at El Sureno in Columbus. All are invited.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Forecast:

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Tomorrow

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Today: Partly cloudy, with 30 percent chance of scattered thunderstorms. High 76, low 60.

Partly cloudy Partly cloudy Saturday: Partly cloudy, with 20 percent chance of rain. High 75, low 55. Sunday: Partly cloudy, with 30 percent chance of isolated thunderstorms. High 74, low 55. Monday: Partly cloudy, with 10 percent chance of rain. High 75, low 51. Wednesday’s weather was: High 71, low 64, 1.2 inches of rain.

Poll results Is your home prepared for the fall and winter weather? Percentages taken from 23 total votes

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Polk Central High School Class of 1971 reunion, Saturday, Sept. 24 from 4 - 10 p.m at FENCE. Call 828-665-4631 for information. Tryon Fine Arts Center, Saturday, Sept. 24, 7 p.m. CSO Spiritual Ensemble. 34 Melrose Ave., Tryon.“Circa 1871: Ode to the Fisk Jubilee Singers.”

Sunday

Vegetarian community potluck, hosted by Carole Antun every Sunday at 5:30 p.m at 162 Lyncourt Drive, Tryon. This

event is open to the community and music will also be included. Info: 828-859-9994.

Monday

Polk County Mobile Recycling Unit, Mondays, Harmon Field/Tryon, 7 a.m. - noon. 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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Greenville sheriff arrests three in Landrum meth bust Family takes custody of 6-monthold in meth home by Samantha Hurst

The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office arrested two females and a male in connection with a meth lab at 106 Turner Barton Road in Landrum on Wednesday, Sept. 21. Lt. Michael Hilderbrand said the sheriff’s office received a tip from the Department of Social Services that the home possibly had children inside where a meth lab was being operated. When deputies arrived, they found a 6-month-old and remnants of a meth lab, according to the sheriff’s office. The sheriff’s office said the child was checked out by EMS on the scene and turned over to

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a family member. Officers took into custody 18-year-old Kathleen Ann Gerich of 2666 Mt. Lebanon Church Road in Campobello, 26-year-old Brook Amber Blue of 106 Turner Barton Road in Landrum and Ricci Todd Allen

Jr., also of 106 Turner Barton Road in Landrum. The three suspects have all been charged with manufacture of methamphetamine,the sheriff’s office said. In addition, the parents of the child, Allen and Blue, were charged

with unlawful manufacture of meth in the presence of a minor child and unlawful neglect of a child. Gerich is currently in jail on a $20,000 bond, while Blue and Allen are currently in jail on a $45,000 bond.

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news briefs A glance at some of the latest news in the area.

Landrum carriage ride, Halloween Stroll The Landrum Area Business Association (LABA) carriage rides on Oct. 14 will feature Charles Harold to talk about who lives where and to tell catchy stories of Landrum. The LABA may also videotape him telling the stories to play on a loop at the library. On Oct. 29, the Landrum Halloween Stroll and Children’s Day will be held from 5-7 p.m. There will be a children’s art show with drawings submitted from local elementary schools from kindergarten through fifth grade. First Baptist Church will host trunk or treat – bounce house, hotdogs and games. The fire department will host a costume contest for kids. Face painting will be offered on N. Trade Ave.

Saluda maintenance report Saluda maintenance workers spent 243 hours repairing and keeping up the town’s streets, parks and cemeteries during the month of August

Polk approves ROAP application

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The Polk County Board of Commissioners on Sept. 19 approved applying for rural operating assistance program (ROAP) funding. The county held a public hearing prior to approving the $109,625 in transportation funding.

Polk joins new transportation vehicle maintenance program The Polk County Board of Commissioners on Sept. 19 approved a memorandum of understanding to join a new program mandated by the state using software to monitor and maintain transportation department vehicles used for public transportation. The state will pay for the first two years of the software and Polk County will have to pay the costs from the third year on. The costs to the county after the first two years will be $213/month/user and $24.82 per vehicle.

Polk appoints volunteers to boards The Polk County Board of Commissioners appointed several residents to volunteer boards on Sept. 19. Paul Nelson was appointed to the Polk County Council on Aging, Pat Dockendorf and Cheryl Wright were appointed to the Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (JCPC) and William Boyd Jr. was appointed to the nursing home community advisory committee.

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The Edneys and Tullochs inside the White House in Dr. Jeffrey Kuhlman’s office. Shown with them are Dr. Jeffery Kuhlman and his wife, Sandy Kuhlman. (photo submitted)

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ily received an exclusive look. “We had someone with us the whole time who could unlock the White House for a personal doors for us at areas where othtour and lunch. The Tullocks also ers couldn’t go further on the brought along tour,” Barbara their said. Faxson, to:Chad, and Julie’s par- “We had to go through Family saw ents, Carl and sixthis the pre-festivicheckpoints and steel is Your ProoF ad Barbara Edney ties leading up From tryon as requested doors daily to getBulletin to the West of Tryon. to a medal of Immediately! Getting anPlease Wing.Review I had never seen so honor ceremoPlease proof invitation for for typos only. text changes ornyadtoredesign be held many secret service, but an inside look may incur a minimal graphic arts charge. later that day at the White before long we were able for a sergeant. House can ofThey viewed the tryon dailytoBulletin tour the West Wing. ten take 828-859-9151 up to portraits of all Phone: or Fax: 828-859-5575 six months, the We spent the whole day, the presidents about eight hours, in the and presidents’ Edneys said. Faxed By: ________________________________ They, howev- White House.” wives. They er, were lucky -- Carl Edney spent time in enough to have Dr. Kuhlman’s their backoffice and grounds checked within weeks saw the rose garden where the in order to head off to Washing- Obama’s daughters often play ton Sept. 14-18. with Bo, the family dog. “We had to go through six The Edneys and Tullochs also checkpoints and steel doors enjoyed lunch in the West Wing to get to the West Wing,” Carl and saw that most every room Edney said. “I had never seen so was filled with fresh-cut flowers many secret service, but before from the White House garden. long we were able to tour the “Just walking the grounds West Wing. We spent the whole and then walking in those doors day, about eight hours, in the and being able to see everything White House.” – oh, my, it was such an experiBarbara said she felt the fam- ence,” Barbara Edney said. (continued from page 1)


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Homecoming at Tryon Congregational The Tryon Congregational Church will hold its annual homecoming potluck dinner following the 10:30 a.m. service this Sunday, Sept. 25. All Congregationalists, past and present, are invited to attend the service and dinner. The church will provide drinks. Those interested in attending are asked to bring their

favorite casserole, salad or dessert and take the opportunity to visit with friends. A donation basket will be available for those who are unable to bring food. Following the dinner, Janet and Cliff Joens will lead a sing-a-long for all who would like to stay. – article submitted by Karen Killough


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Polk district court results In Polk County District Court of a schedule III controlled subheld on Wednesday, Sept. 14, stance. Hamlton was sentenced to 2011 with Judge Athena F. Brooks one year unsupervised probation, presiding, 162 cases were heard. a $75 fine and court costs. Some cases were continued, disDuncan G. Herbert was conmissed or sent to superior court. victed of level 5 driving while imThe following persons were paired. Herbert was sentenced to convicted of a crime (names are one year unsupervised probation, given as they appear in court 24 hours of community service, a records): $100 fine and court costs. Franklin Jos Abernathy was Tyreese Lee Martin was conconvicted of second-degree tres- victed of simple possession of a pass. Abernathy was sentenced to schedule VI controlled substance. one year unsupervised probation, Martin was sentenced to one year a $75 fine and court costs. unsupervised probation, a $100 Austin Tylar Ball was convict- fine and court costs. ed of possession of drug parapherAlvin Keith McKinney was nalia and consumption of alcohol convicted of misdemeanor posby under-19-year-old. Ball was session of a schedule VI consentenced to one year unsuper- trolled substance. McKinney was vised probation, sentenced to 24 a $100 fine and hour of commuCourt Results court costs. nity service and Stephen E. Carbone was con- court costs. victed of speeding 92 m.p.h. in a Luis Muentes was convicted of 65 m.p.h. zone. Carbone was fined driving/allowing a motor vehicle $92 and court costs. to be driven with no registration. Daniel Albert Chinchar was Muentes was fined $50 and court convicted of misdemeanor lar- costs. ceny. Chinchar was sentenced to Jade Robpheall Murphy was one year supervised probation and convicted of driving a vehicle with court costs. no operator’s license and failure to Daniel John Dragonetti was appear on misdemeanor. Murphy convicted of driving while license was fined $50 and court costs. revoked and failure to appear on William Joey Owensby was misdemeanor. Dragonetti was convicted of failure to comply with sentenced to 11 days in jail with monies. Owensby’s sentence was credit for time served. revoked with 77 days credit given. Tyrone Antonio English was Christoper Eugene Packer convicted of possession of drug was convicted of assault on a feparaphernalia, misdemeanor pos- male and communicating threats. session of a schedule II controlled Packer was sentenced to one year substance and failure to appear supervised probation. on misdemeanor. English was Michelle Mari Trombley was sentenced to 21 days in jail with convicted of simple possession credit for time served. of a schedule IV controlled subMichael Harold Gifford was stance. Trombley was sentenced to convicted of driving after consum- one year unsupervised probation, ing under age 21 and simple pos- a $75 fine and court costs. session of a schedule VI controlled Robert Vance McCraw was substance. Gifford was sentenced convicted of second-degree tresto one year unsupervised proba- pass. McCraw was sentenced to tion and court costs for driving six days in jail with credit for after consuming and one year time served. unsupervised probation, a $75 Victor Alonso Robles was fine and court costs for simple convicted of level 4 driving while possession. impaired. Robles was sentenced Connie Penfiel Hamlton was to 30 days in jail with credit for convicted of simple possession four days.


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PAC kicks off its fall hiking series Friday, Sept. 30 Pacolet Area Conservancy (PAC) will start its series of five area hikes this fall on Sept. 30. PAC’s first hike will head to Bent Creek experimental forest for a six-mile, easy-to-moderate hike on the Hardtimes Loop. On Oct. 14, hikers will head to Lookout Rock, located on the grounds of Montreat College near Asheville, N.C. Here, hikers will conquer a 4.7-mile, moderate-tostrenuous hike in the Blue Ridge Mountains. On Oct. 28, hikers venture to John Rock, in Pisgah National Forest, for a five-mile strenuous hike with views of Looking Glass Rock. On Nov. 2, PAC offers a 1.2mile easy-to-moderate, interpretive hike at the PAC Protected Weaverbarton Shuford Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary located near Columbus. The finale of the fall hiking series, Nov. 11, takes hikers to PAC

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Saluda holds Charlie Ward Memorial Pig Out

Saluda residents enjoyed music, barbecue and community at the annual Charlie Ward Memorial Pig Out at McCreery Park, Saturday, Sept. 10, 2011. The barbecue event was started by Charlie Ward many years ago to thank the residents of Saluda for patronizing his store. Charlie passed away Aug. 1, 2008, and the event continues as a town tradition organized and funded by Saluda citizens for Saluda citizens. (photo by Bonnie J. Bardos)

Polk school bus flips after Burgess Road gives way No injuries reported by Leah Justice

A Polk County School bus flipped down an embankment early this morning after the road gave way, according to Polk County School officials. The accident occurred just after 6:30 a.m. on Burgess Road off Coopers Gap Road in the Sunny View community. Officials with the Polk County Schools Administrative office said the bus was early on the route and had four students onboard; two Polk County Middle School students and two Polk County High School students. The driver, whose name has not been released, pulled over to let a vehicle pass on the gravel road and the bus overturned. Polk County School Superintendent Bill Miller said it is uncommon for a bus to meet another vehicle on Burgess Road

and that is what happened in this case. The bus pulled over to let another car by and the road gave way underneath, causing the bus to overturn and flip down an embankment. School officials said the driver performed calmly and admirably and got all the students off the bus safely. All students were taken to the hospital for observation, but no major injuries were reported. The bus driver did not seek medical attention, according to Miller. “We’re so fortunate no one was hurt,” Miller said. Miller said he would describe the students’ injuries as bumps and bruises. All students were released to their parents. The last school bus accident in Polk County occurred in the 2004-2005 school year when a bus hit a rock that was sticking out of an embankment in the Holbert’s Cove Road area. No one was injured in that accident.

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"Hat Ladies" indoor sale. 2135 US 176, Tryon. (About 1/2 mile past Harmon Field) Country Antiques... Fun & Fine. Fri., Sept. 23rd, 8am - 2pm. 859 - 6645.

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Sat. 9/24, Sun. 9/25, 8:30 5:00. 11 Hunting Country Trl., Tryon. Antiques, furniture, collectibles, closets of high end women's clothing, household items, camping supplies and much more. No early birds! Tag Sale Sat. 9/24, 8am - until. 22310 Asheville Hwy. in Landrum (near Tryon Lumber). Dining table w/ 8 chairs, 3 beds (1 with a curved foot board), library table, antique loveseat w/ 2 chairs, humpback trunk, tables, living room set, step stool (converts to ironing board), pottery, Nippon, sets of dishes, porcelain, jewelry, and box lots. HUGE MOVING SALE: Gowan's Fork. Fri. 9/30, 8am - 3pm, & Sat. 10/1, 7am - 12pm. 124 Pardo Rd, Landrum. Upscale furniture, decor, art, like new appliances, convect. oven, W/D,. Kid's and horse items, Disney collectibles, lawn equipment.

Lost & Found Found a pet, keys or??? Advertise for FREE! 1 week in print and on line. To place your ad visit our website at: www.tryondailybulletin.com Limit 2 free ads per month, per household, 7 lines or less, personal ads only

Yard Sales Like new children's toys & clothes, Halloween decoration & costumes, Christmas decorations, household, & much more. Cancel if rain. Hwy 176, Landrum - across from Dill's Recapping. Sat. 9/24, 8am - until. Sat. 9/24, Sun., 9/25, 8:30 5:00. 11 Hunting Country Trl., Tryon - near the Block House. Camping equipment, sleeping bags, tents, various camping items, coats, jackets (L-XL). In conjunction with estate sale listed in TDB. No early birds! Saturday, Sept. 24, 8am 12pm. Books, toys, kid clothes, car seat, crib, mattress, household goods. 301 S. Peak St., Columbus.

COMPLETE PAINTING SERVICES. Yoder Painting is fully insured, including worker's comp. No job too large. Call 828-894-5094.

CONLON TREE CARE Quality tree work at reasonable prices. Pruning, removals, chipping, log splitting. Free estimates, references. INSURED, EXPERIENCED AND RELIABLE. Call Tom at 828-863-4011. DE-CLUTTER NOW! Our friendly, efficient, non-smoking team will be glad to haul away your junk. Locally Owned. Great References call.828.817.3793 or 828.859.0241 DOUG'S ON RUTHERFORD, Hair Salon. All October birthdays, or all customers with first or last name beginning with an "O", receive 20% off services! Bring ID. Call now to schedule an appointment. (864) 457 - 4201.

ISABELL CONSTRUCTION CO, Design/ build specialists, new homes, over 30 years experience. Room additions, home repairs and remodeling, basement waterproofing. LICENSED NC CONTRACTOR. Call 828 - 817 9424.

LAWN-PRO RESIDENTIAL SPECIALIST: Mowing, trimming, pruning, fertilization, mulch, seeding, spring clean-up, planting, greenhouses, chainsaw, pressure washing, deck restoration, ...and more. Free estimates. Fully insured. 828-817-2651.

Friday, September 23, 2011

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Take your health to the next level. Retired chiropractor, REIKI Master, Healing Touch, muscle testing accupressure, etc. Free consultation. Dr. Chuck Whalen 828.393.7581

Bayata Nurses now hiring CNA all shifts. Contact: (828) 690 1900.

THE SIGN SHOP. Custom Signs for Home, Farm & Business. Signs, Banners, Vehicle Lettering, Magnetics, Logo Design, Home Decor. 828-335-3177/835-C N Trade St., Tryon, NC www.signshoptryon.com Tommy's Home Improvement Roofs, renovations, siding, carpentry, decks, windows, screening. All Home Repairs. FREE estimates. Home: (828) 859 5608. Cell: (828) 817 - 0436.

Lawn Care LANDSCAPING Lawn maintenance, landscape design & lighting, mulching, retaining walls, paver walkways, drainage work. lindseyslandcape@yahoo.com 828-223-5198

HELP WANTED PROFESSIONAL FOOTHILLS HUMANE SOCIETY, located in Columbus, N.C., seeks qualified candidates for its new Executive Director position. Applicants should demonstrate prior success in leading staff, working with volunteer boards and raising funds. Prior experience with an animal welfare organization is desirable but not required. Complete position description, application requirements and deadline at www.foothillshumanesociety.org. No phone calls.

Help Wanted

Let over 17 years of experience sweep you into a clean home or office. Customized to your personal needs. Reasonable, reliable, references, FREE est. 828-393-7581.

CNA needed for a special client. Tube feeding and lift exp. a plus. CNA II pref. but will train CNA I. Must have NC CNA licence & 1 yr. exp. Please call Arcadia Home Care at 828 277 - 5950.

PROFESSIONAL PRESSURE WASH. We wash homes, decks, roofs, exterior/interior of gutters, etc. Also seal or stain wood. Excellent references! For free on-site estimate, call 828-894-3701.

Hiring cleaners for Saturdays &/or Sundays, varying weekday schedule. Must be REALIABLE, have own transportation, & work independently. Will train the right person. Interviewing now: (828) 749 - 2233.

Love Your Job Again! Join our growing team. Hiring FT/PT positions; exec chef, breakfast chef, marketing/ guest services, servers, gardeners. Mail resume or apply in person: 85 Pine Crest Lane, Tryon.

Homes For Rent 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath. Fireplace, covered porch, central H & A. No pets $575/ month plus deposit. References required. (828) 894 - 6095. 4665 Landrum Rd., Hwy. 14. 3/2 Brick on 4 acres. Garage, hwd., $900/mo. (864)574 1260/ (864) 266- 8922. For Rent: 2BR 1BA house. 204 A Grady Ave. Central heat/ air, gas logs, large deck, water & lawn care care included at $575/mo. Deposit & references required. (864) 404 - 7216. Saluda 3BR 2BA, very nice double wide mobile on 100 acres in a park - like setting. Easy access to I26. $800/mo - includes water. Mountain Life Realty $ MGMT Inc. (888) 444 5838. Saluda 3BR 2BA, very nice executive home overlooking lake. 1900 sq. ft. 2 car garage, fireplace. Easy access to I26. $1100/mo. Mountain Life Realty & MGMT Inc. (888)444 5838.

Apartments Beautiful 2BR 2BA apartment. Living room, dining, library, hardwood floors, updated kitchen, restored. $750/ mo, includes heat & hot water. (864) 415 3548. LANDRUM/CAMPOBELLO APARTMENT FOR RENT 2BR/2BA, appliances, mountain and country views, convenient to interstate, two levels, cathedral ceiling, deck. $695/mo plus security deposit. Call 864-590-7444. TRYON - CHESTNUT St. EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE & CHARMING, 2BR/2BA WOOD FLOORS, DINNING ROOM, FAMILY ROOM. $675/mo. (828) 894 - 2029.


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SENIOR AFFORDABLE APARTMENTS Beautiful Highwood Apartments at 15 Pine Tree Lane Columbus, NC (located behind St. Luke's Hospital) is currently taking applications for one bedroom apartments designed for seniors (62 or older) and persons who are mobility impaired. Rent is based on income. (828) 894 - 3499 or TDD# 1800 - 735 - 2962 EHO

CHIMNEY ROCK, NC 1328 sf log chalet unfinished on 4+ acres $94,800 or on 2 acres only $79,900 your choice. Call owner for details 866-738-5522 brkr

BEAUTIFUL TOP QUALITY TIMOTHY MIX HAY from New York State. Now located on Rt. 9S for your convenience at the north end of Pierce Plaza (Re-Ride location), just south of 9&14 intersection. As always, please call...Hay, Lady! 828-289-4230.

Executors Notice Having qualified on the 21st day of September, 2011 as Executor of the Estate of Leona Thompson, deceased, late of Polk County, North Carolina, this is to notify all persons, firms, and corporations having claims against the descendent to exhibit the same to the undersigned Michael Worthington on or before the 23rd day of December, 2011, or this notice will be pleaded in a bar of their recovery. All persons, firms, and corporations indebted to the estate should make payment. This is the 23rd day of September, 2011. 2005 Hunter Hill Rd. Blythwood, SC 29016 adv: 09/23, 09/30, 10/07, 11 SP 24 10/14/11 NOTICE OF 11 SP 24 11 SP 24 FORECLOSURE NOTICE OFSALE 11 SP 24 NOTICE OFSALE NORTH CAROLINA, FORECLOSURE NOTICE OFSALE FORECLOSURE POLK CAROLINA, COUNTY NORTH FORECLOSURE SALE NORTH CAROLINA, POLK COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA, POLK COUNTY Under and by virtue of a COUNTY Power of contained Under POLK andSale by virtue of in a Under and by virtue of ina that certain Deed of Trust Power of Sale contained Under and by virtue of a Powercertain of by Sale contained in executed SHARON STEIthat Deed ofJ. Trust Powercertain of by Sale contained in that Deed Trust NER, unmarried toofJ. MtnBk, executed SHARON STEIthat certain Deed executed by SHARON J. Trust STEILTD. Aunmarried North Carolina CorNER, toofMtnBk, executed by SHARON STEINER, to J. MtnBk, poration, Trustee(s), which LTD. Aunmarried North Carolina CorNER, to LTD. dated Aunmarried North Carolina Corwas March 28,MtnBk, 2003 poration, Trustee(s), which LTD. A North Carolina Corporation, and recorded on March 28, was dated Trustee(s), March 28, which 2003 poration, Trustee(s), which was recorded dated March 28, 2003 in Book 296 at 2003 Page and on March 28, was recorded dated March 28, and on March 28, 1560, Polk County Registry, 2003 in Book 296 at 2003 Page and recorded on March 28, 2003 in Book 296 at Page North Carolina. 1560, Polk County Registry, 2003 Carolina. in Book 296 Registry, at Page 1560, Polk County North 1560, Polk County North Carolina. Default having been Registry, made of North Carolina. the note thereby secured Default having been made by of Default made of the saidhaving Deed been of secured Trust and note thereby by Default having been made of the note thereby by the undersigned, Trustee said Deed of secured Trust and thereby by the note said Deed of secured Trust and Services of Carolina, LLC, the undersigned, Trustee the said Deed of Trust and undersigned, Trustee having been substituted as Services of Carolina, LLC, the undersigned, Trustee Services of said Carolina, LLC, Trustee in Deed of having been substituted as Services ofthe Carolina, having been substituted as Trust, and holder ofLLC, the Trustee in said Deed of having been substituted as Trustee inthesaid Deed of note evidencing said default Trust, and holder of the Trustee inthe said Deed of Trust, and holder of the the having directed that note evidencing said default Trust, thebe holder of the the note evidencing said default Deed ofand Trust foreclosed, having directed that note evidencing default having directed that the the undersigned Substitute Deed of Trust be said foreclosed, having directed that Deed of will Trust be foreclosed, Trustee offer for salethe at the undersigned Substitute Deed of will Trust bedoor foreclosed, the undersigned Substitute the courthouse of the Trustee offer for sale at the courthouse undersigned Substitute Trustee will offerdoor for sale at county courthouse where the of the Trustee will offerdoor for sale at the courthouse of the the property is located, or county courthouse where the courthouse door of the county courthouse where usual and locaproperty iscustomary located, or the county courthouse where the property iscustomary located, or tion atand the county courtusual locaproperty iscustomary located, or the usualatand locahouse for conducting the tion the county courtusual location on atand thecustomary county sale September 28,court2011 house for conducting the tion at for the conducting county courthouse the at 3:00PM, and will to sale on September 28,sell 2011 house for conducting the sale on September 28, 2011 the highest bidder for cash at 3:00PM, and will sell to sale on September 28, 2011 at 3:00PM, and will to the following described the highest bidder forsell cash at 3:00PM, and will to the highest bidder for cash property situated insell Polk the following described the highest bidder for cash the following described County, North Carolina, to property situated in Polk the following described property situated in Polk wit: County, North Carolina, to property situated in Polk County, North Carolina, to wit: County, North Carolina, to wit: BEING all of certain tract or wit: parcel of showntract as Lot BEING all land, of certain or BEING all land, of certain or #7, containing 0.35tract of Lot an parcel of shown as BEING all land, of certain tract or parcel of shown as Lot acre and being shown #7, containing 0.35 ofand an parcel of land, as Lot #7, containing 0.35 ofand an delineated on shown that certain acre and being shown #7, containing 0.35 ofand an acre and being shown plat entitled, of delineated on "Property that certain

Farms, Acreage & Timber WE BUY STANDING TIMBER Nothing too big or too small Call 828.287.3745 or 704.473.6501 Green River Forest Products

1971 25 foot Travel Trailer. No title, $500. (864) 468 - 4177.

CAMPERS & TRAVEL TRAILERS

Tryon - 1BR, 1BA, HW floors, Chestnut paneling, Bookshelves, heat & hotwater included. $475/mo. ALSO Tryon - 2 lg. BR, 2BA. Charming, dinning room, Living room, Library, HW Floors, heat & hotwater included $750/mo. Call (864) 415 - 3548.

Mobile Home Rentals

Want to Buy - Vehicles

2BR mobile in Sunny View for rent. (828) 625 - 4073.

WANT TO BUY: Scrap and junk metal, junk cars and trucks. Call 828-223-0277.

VACATION RENTALS/COTTAGES

Miscellaneous

LAKE LANIER, TRYON: Vacation lake front furnished rentals. Time available for daily/weekly/monthly. Call Paul Pullen, Town and Country Realtors. 828-817-4642.

Houses for Sale TWO STONE CABINS FOR SALE. Skyuka Mountain, Columbus, N.C. Larger cabin 1600 sq ft. on two floors with 3 or 4BR and 2BA. Smaller Cabin 600 sq ft. plus 240 sq. ft. screened porch with 2BR and 1BA. Both cabins furnished. Spring fed swimming and fishing lake. Larger cabin $195,000, and smaller cabin $148,000, or will sell together with discount. See www.skyukamountaincabins.com for more information, or call (864) 430 6331 or (864) 233 - 1815. 3bdrm/ 2 bath, hardwood floors. Appliances included. Screened in back porch, very quiet neighborhood with little traffic. Located within a mile of downtown Tryon. $83,000 Call 828.817.0514 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. Drastically reduced! $209,900. Call Janice at 864-680-6211 and make us an offer!

FOR RENT: 2BR mobile home in Landrum. References required. $100/wk, $400/mo, & $250 deposit. Call (864) 457 - 3682. Rummage Sale: Sat. 9/24 9am - 2pm. VFW Post 10349 - E. Hwy 108, Mill Spring. (Look for signs.) Home furnishings, toys, dishes, kid's clothes, and much more! Snack Bar will be open. WE BUY FIRE ARMS! We buy hand guns and rifles, new and old, short and long. Call 828-395-1396 or 828-393-0067.

Appliances Original Wolfe Range Four burner, 36 inch, full range, Stainless Steel, LP range. Charbroil griddle, grill, and wok holder. Set extra red knobs. Like new. Must sell at half price: $3000. Roy Eargle, Saluda (828) 749-9181

Furniture Art Deco Parlor Set Three piece set: couch & 2 wing chairs. Original colorful upholstery. Must sell. $300. Roy Eargle, Saluda. (828)749-9181

Horses & Equipment Full Board on FETA trails. Large airy stalls. Daily turn out. Lots of TLC. Call Valerie Black. (828) 817 - 3521. Leave message.

Farm Equipment Heston square hay baler, Disk hay mower, Box grader, Wind rower & tedder combined. Scenic Hill Farm. (828) 863 - 4064. No calls after 8pm.

Junk vehicles wanted. No title, no problem. Must have ID. Will pick up anywhere, 24/7. Never any towing fee. Price is $325 cash to max. $3325 cash, on the spot. Call (828)748-6739 or (864)283-2945.

Cars Ford Taurus Station Wagon, 1992. 150K miles. Clean, good transportation. $800 Call: (828) 859 - 6805.

Public Notices PUBLIC NOTICE Western Carolina Community Action, Inc., a nonprofit serving Henderson, Polk and Transylvania Counties, is now accepting applications for membership on the Board of Directors. The deadline for applications is October 11, 2011. If you are interested in representing your community, business, or other community organization by serving on WCCA's Board, please contact Nancy Berry, at WCCA, 828-693-1711, x154 for more information. ADV 9-19,20,21,22,23,2011 PUBLIC NOTICE Accepting bids for a commercial kitchen: Freezer, refrigerator, worktable, range, 3 compt. sink, water heater, hood system, fire control system. Must receive bid by 9/26/11. WCCA 220 King Creek Blvd. Hendersonville, NC 28792 Ph. (828)693 - 1711 Fx. (828)697 - 4277 adv: 09/23/11


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Followthe undersigned Substitute statutory upset bid period, Trustee will offer for sale at the courthouse door of the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, are immediately due and county courthouse Substitute where the all the undersigned ing the the remaining expirationamounts of the Trustee will offerdoor for sale at are all the remaining amounts courthouse of the the undersigned Substitute county courthouse where the owing. property is offer located, or due and Trustee will for sale at Said immediately property be offered statutory upsetto bid period, the courthouse door of the are immediately due and county courthouse where the Trustee will offer for sale at property located, or the owing. usual andiscustomary locathe courthouse door of the pursuant to this Notice of all the remaining amounts county courthouse where the owing. the courthouse door of property is located, or the usual and customary location at the county courtSaid property to be offered county courthouse where the Sale is being offered for sale, are immediately due and property is located, or the county courthouse where the usual and customary location at the county courthouse for conducting the Said property to be offered pursuant to conveyance this Notice of property is located, or the transfer and "AS owing. usual and Said to be offered property is customary located, orlocathe tion atand the county28,courthouse for conducting the pursuant sale on September 2011 to this Notice of Sale isproperty being offered for sale, usual customary locaIS WHERE IS." There are no tion at thecustomary county courtto offered this Notice of usual and locahouse for conducting the sale on September 28, 2011 Sale is being for sale, at 3:00PM, and will sell to pursuant transfer and conveyance "AS tion at the county courtSaid property to be offered representations of warranty page 16 T ryon D aily B ulletin   / T he World’s Smallest Daily Newspaper tion at for the conducting county courthouse the Sale is being offered for sale, sale on September 28, 2011 at 3:00PM, and will sell to pursuant transfer and conveyance "AS the highest bidder for cash IS WHERE IS." There are no house for conducting the to this Notice of relating to the title or any house for conducting the sale on September 28, 2011 transfer and conveyance "AS at 3:00PM, and will sell to the highest bidder for 2011 cash representations IS WHERE IS." There are no the following described of warranty sale on September 28, Sale is being offered for sale, physical, environmental, sale on September 28, 2011 at 3:00PM, and will sell to IS WHERE IS." There are no the highest bidder for cash the following described ofconditions warranty property situated insell Polk relating tosafety the title or any at 3:00PM, and will sell to representations transfer and conveyance "AS at 3:00PM, and will to health or the highest bidder for cash representations of warranty the following described property situated in Polk relating to the title or any County, North Carolina, to physical, environmental, the highest bidder for cash IS WHEREin, areany no existing on, at, or relating the following described relating toIS." theThere title or property situated in Polk County, North Carolina, to physical, environmental, wit: health or safety the following described representations ofconditions warranty to the property being offered property situated in Polk physical, environmental, County, North Carolina, to wit: health or safety conditions in, on, or is relating property situated in Polk relating tosafety theat, title ormade any for sale. sale County, North Carolina, to existing health or conditions wit: existing in,This on, at, or relating BEING allNorth of certain tract or County, Carolina, to to the property being offered physical, environmental, subject to all prior liens, unwit: existing in, on, at, or relating BEING of all land, of certain or for to the property being parcel showntract as Lot wit: sale. sale isoffered made 10 SP 105 health or This safety conditions paid taxes, anybeing unpaid land the property offered BEING all of certain or to parcel of land, shown as for sale. This sale is made #7, containing 0.35tract of Lot an subject to all prior liens, unexisting in, on, at, or relating NOTICE OF transfer taxes, special asBEING all of certain tract or for sale. This sale is made 10 SP 105 parcel of land, shown as Lot #7, containing 0.35 ofand an to allany prior liens, unBEING all of certain tract or acre and being shown paid taxes, BEING all of certain tract or subject to property being offered s e the ssm ePublic n tall s any , prior eunpaid a sliens, em e land nunts, FORECLOSURE parcel of land, shown as Lot subject to 10 SPNotices 105 Public Notices Notices Public #7, containing 0.35 of an NOTICE OFSALE paid taxes, unpaid land acre and being shown and parcel of land, shown as Lot delineated on that certain parcel of land, shown as Lot transfer taxes, special asfor sale. 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To of thethe best of owner(s) property Edgerton, Pacolet knowledge and belief of the the that POLK COUNTY said plat being duly recorded certain Deed of Trust in Card File C, Page 503, in Under and by virtue of in a and prepared by D. Ezra Power of Sale contained undersigned, the current brances or exceptions of reEdgerton, Pacolet Surveying, Edgerton, Pacolet Surveying, knowledge and belief of the is/are Sharon J. Steiner. undersigned, the current said plat being duly recorded in Card File C, Page 503, in Under and by virtue of in a executed by GARY S.ofCANTthe Office of the Register of owner(s) Power of Sale contained Edgerton, Pacolet Surveying, certain Deed Trust cord. To of thethe best of the that property said plat being duly recorded said plat being duly recorded undersigned, the current owner(s) of the property in Card File C, Page 503, in Under and by virtue of in a theCard Office ofC,the Register of is/are Powercertain of Sale contained Deeds for Polk County, North WELL AND GINGER D. CANTthat Deed ofCANTTrust said plat being duly recorded knowledge and belief of the executed by GARY S. Sharon J. Steiner. in File Page 503, in in Card File C, Page 503, in owner(s) of the property An Order for possession of is/are Sharon J. Steiner. the Office of the Register of Power of by Sale contained in Deeds for Polk County, North that certain Deed ofWIFE Trust Carolina; reference being WELL, HUSBAND AND to executed GARY S. CANTin File C, Page 503, in the Office of the Register of undersigned, thebecurrent WELL AND GINGER D. theCard Office of the Register of is/are Sharon J. Steiner. the property may issued MtnBk, Deeds for Polk County, North Carolina; reference being that certain Deed ofWIFE Trust executed by GARY S. CANTmade to said recorded plat LTD., Trustee(s), the Office of the Register of An WELL AND GINGER D. CANTDeeds for Polk County, North owner(s) of the property WELL, HUSBAND AND to Order for possession of Deeds for Polk County, North pursuant G.S. 45-21.29 of in which Order to for possession Carolina; reference being madea for tofull said recorded plat An executed by GARY S. WIFE CANTfor and complete WELL GINGER D. CANTwas dated September Carolina; reference being Deeds Polk County, North WELL, AND HUSBAND AND to is/are Sharon J. Steiner. MtnBk, LTD., Trustee(s), the property may be issued Carolina; reference being An Order for possession of favor of the purchaser and the property may be issued made to said recorded plat for a full and complete WELL AND GINGER D. CANTmetes and bounds descripWELL, HUSBAND AND WIFE on to 26, 2001 and recorded made to said recorded plat Carolina; reference being MtnBk, Trustee(s), which wasLTD., dated September pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in made to said recorded plat the property may be issued against the party or parties pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in for a full and complete metes and bounds descripWELL, HUSBAND AND WIFE to tion said property pursuMtnBk, LTD., Trustee(s), for of a to full and complete September 27, 2001 in Book made said recorded plat An which was dated September Order for possession of 26, 2001 and recorded on favor of the purchaser and for a full and complete pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in in possession by the clerk of favor of the purchaser and metes and bounds description to of and said property pursuMtnBk, LTD., Trustee(s), ant North Carolina Genmetes descripwhich dated September 276 atwas Page 1014, Polk for a full bounds and complete 26, 2001 and recorded on the property may be parties issued 27, 2001 in Book against the party or parties metes and bounds descripfavor ofthe theparty purchaser and September against or superior court of the county tion of and said bounds property pursuant to North Carolina Gen- pursuant which wasPage dated September tion of said property pursueral Statutes, Section 47-30 26, 2001 and recorded on metes descripCounty Registry, North September 27, 2001 in Book to G.S. 45-21.29 in 276 at 1014, Polk in possession by the clerk of tion of said property pursuagainst the party or parties in possession by the clerk of 26, in which the property is sold. ant to North Carolina General Statutes, Section 47-30 ant to North Carolina Gen2001 and recorded on (g). September 27, 2001 in Book tion of North said property pursuCarolina. favor of the purchaser and 276 at Page 1014, Polk County Registry, North superior court of the county ant to Carolina Genin possession by the clerk of superior courtwho of the county September Any person occupies eral Statutes, Section 47-30 (g). to 27, 2001 inNorth Book 276 at Page 1014, Polk ant North Carolina Genagainst the party or is parties County Registry, in the property sold. eral above Statutes, Section 47-30 superior court of the county in which the property is sold. thewhich property pursuant to a Carolina. (g). The described prop276 at Page 1014, Polk County Registry, North eral Statutes, Section 47-30 Default having been made of in possession by the clerk of Carolina. Any person who occupies (g). in which the property is sold. Any person who occupies rental agreement entered The above described property is conveyed subject to superior court of the county the County Registry, North Carolina. (g). notehaving thereby secured by Default been made of Any person who occupies the property pursuant to a The above described propinto or renewed on or after erty iscertain conveyed subjectand to in which the property is sold. the those Restrictive Carolina. saidhaving Deed been of secured Trust and made of note thereby by The above described propthe property pursuant to a Default rental agreement entered erty is conveyed subject to October 1, 2007, may, after erty is conveyed subject to those certain Restrictive and Protective Covenants as set Default having been made of The above described propAny person who the undersigned, Trustee the note thereby by said Deed of secured Trust and erty iscertain conveyed subject to into rental agreement entered those Restrictive and or renewed onoccupies or after those certain Restrictive and receiving the notice of sale, Protective Covenants as set out in a Declaration made by Default having been made of the note thereby secured by erty iscertain conveyed subject to October the property pursuant to a Services of Carolina, LLC, the said Deed of Trust and Protective Covenants as set 1, 2007, may, the undersigned, Trustee those Restrictive and into or renewed on or after Protective Covenants as set the rentalentered agree- the out in certain a Declaration made by terminate Kirkman-Walker, Inc., dated thereby by the note said Deed ofsecured Trust and those Restrictive and agreement been substituted as the undersigned, Trustee out in made by Protective Covenants as set October 1,the 2007, may, after Services of Carolina, LLC, receiving of sale, having out in a a Declaration Declaration made by rental mentorupon 10notice days' written Kirkman-Walker, Inc., dated September 2, 1983, rethe said Deed of Trust and Protective Covenants as set the undersigned, Trustee into renewed on or after Kirkman-Walker, Inc., dated Services of said Carolina, LLC, Trustee in Deed of out in a Declaration made by receiving the notice of sale, having been substituted as terminate the rental agreeKirkman-Walker, Inc., dated notice to the landlord. The September 2, 1983, recorded in Book 182, Page the undersigned, Trustee out in a Declaration made by October Services ofthe Carolina, 1,the 2007, may, after Trust, September 2, 1983, 1983, rehaving been substituted as and holder ofLLC, the Kirkman-Walker, Inc., dated terminate rental agreement upon 10 days' written Trustee in said Deed of September 2, renotice shall also state that corded in Book 182, Page 1305, Polk County Registry, Services of Carolina, LLC, Kirkman-Walker, Inc., dated having been substituted as corded in Book 182, Page receiving of sale, Trustee Deed of evidencing said default September 2, 1983, rement upon 10notice days' written notice to the the landlord. The note Trust, andinthesaid holder of the corded in Book 182, Page 1305, Polk County Registry, upon termination of a rental and to the amendment to having been substituted as September 2, 1983, re1305, Polk County Registry, Trustee inthe said Deed of terminate thealso rental agreeTrust, and holder of the having directed that notice shall state that corded in Book 182, Page to the landlord. The note evidencing said default 1305, Polk County Registry, and to the amendment to agreement, the tenant is lisaid Declaration of RestricTrustee inthe said Deed of and toPolk theBook amendment to corded in 182, Page Trust,evidencing holder of the the ment upon 10 days' note said default upon termination of awritten rental 1305, County Registry, notice shall also state that Deed ofand Trust be foreclosed, having directed that and to the amendment to said Declaration of Restricable for rent due under the tive and Protective Covesaid of Registry, RestricTrust, and the be holder of the 1305, Polk County note evidencing said default notice to thethe landlord. having directed that the tenant isThe liand Declaration to the amendment to agreement, upon of a rental undersigned Substitute Deed of Trust foreclosed, said Declaration of 3, Restrictive and Protective Coverentaltermination agreement prorated to the nants , dated April 1984, tive and Protective Coveand to the amendment to able note evidencing said default notice shall also state that having directed that the for rent due under the Deed of Trust be foreclosed, said Declaration of Restricagreement, the tenant is liTrustee will offer for sale at the undersigned Substitute tive and Protective Covenants , dated April 3, 1984, the effective date of the ter- having recorded in Book 184, Page upon nants , dated April 3, 1984, said Declaration of Restricdirected that the termination of a rental Deed of Trust be foreclosed, rental agreement prorated to tive and Protective Covethe undersigned Substitute able for rent due under the the courthouse door of the Trustee will offer for sale at nants , dated April 3, 1984, recorded in BookRegistry. 184, Page agreement, mination. the tenant is li- Deed recorded in Book 184, Page 106, Polk County tive and Protective Coveof Trust be foreclosed, the courthouse undersigned Substitute the effective date of the ternants , dated April 3, 1984, rental agreement prorated to county Trustee will offerdoor for sale at courthouse where the the effective date of the terthe of recorded in Book 184, Page 106, Polk County Registry. 106, Polk County Registry. nants , dated April184, 3, 1984, the undersigned Substitute ableeffective for rentdate due of under the county Trustee will offer for sale at mination. recorded inexcept Book Page the the terthe courthouse door of the mination. property is located, or courthouse where 106, Polk County Registry. If the trustee is unable to Save and any rerecorded in Book Registry. 184, Page mination. will offer for sale at rental agreement prorated to Trustee the courthouse door of the 106, Polk County county courthouse where usual and customary locaproperty is located, or the Save and except any reSave and except any releases, deeds of release or convey title to this property 106, Polk County Registry. courthouse door oflocathe the effective date the tercounty courthouse where the the trustee is unable to property iscustomary located, or the If trustee is of unable to the leases, deeds of or tion atand the county courtusual Save and except any releases, deeds of release release or If prior conveyances of record. forthe any reason, the sole county courthouse where the mination. property iscustomary located, orlocathe convey title to this this property Save conveyances and except any reIf the trustee is unable to usual and prior of record. convey title to property leases, deeds of release or tion at the county courthouse for conducting the prior conveyances of record. remedy ofreason, the purchaser is property Save and except any reis customary located, orlocathe usual anytitle the sole leases, deeds of commonly release or for convey to this property tion on atand the county any reason, the sole prior conveyances of record. house for conducting the sale September 28,court2011 Said property is thethe return of the deposit. leases, deeds of release or for If trustee is unable to usual and customary locaremedy of the purchaser is tion at the county courtprior conveyances of record. for any reason, the sole Said property is commonly house for conducting the remedy of purchaser is at sale3:00PM, on September 28,sell 2011 and will to Said conveyances property commonly known as 192is Windwood Reasons of the such inability to prior of record. convey title to this property tion at the county courtthe return of the deposit. house for conducting the known as 192 Windwood remedy of the purchaser is sale on September 28, 2011 Said property is NC commonly the return of the deposit. at 3:00PM, and will sell to known as 192 Windwood the highest bidder for cash Drive, Columbus, 28722. convey include, but are not for any reason, the sole house for conducting the Reasons of such inability to Drive, Columbus, NC 28722. sale on September 28, 2011 Said property is NC commonly the return of the deposit. at 3:00PM, and will sell to known as 192 Windwood Reasons of the such inability to the highest bidder for cash Drive, Columbus, 28722. the following described limited to, the filing of a Said property is commonly remedy of purchaser is sale on September 28, 2011 convey include, but are not at 3:00PM, and will sell to knownparty as purchasers 192 NC Windwood Reasons of such but inability to property the highest bidder for cash Drive, Columbus, 28722. convey include, are not the following described situated in Polk Third must the bankruptcy petition prior to known as 192 Windwood return of the deposit. Third party purchasers must limited to, the filing of a at and will sell to the3:00PM, highest bidder for cash Drive, Columbus, NC and 28722. convey include, areofnot the following described limited to, the but filing a property Third party purchasers must situated in Polk County, North Carolina, to pay the excise tax, the Reasons the confirmation of the sale Drive, Columbus, NC and 28722. pay the excise tax, the of such inability to prior bidder for the highest following described limited to, petition the filing of to a the property situated in cash Polk Third party purchasers must bankruptcy petition prior pay the excise and the bankruptcy County, North Carolina, to court costs oftax, Forty-Five wit: and confirmation reinstatement of sale the court costs of Forty-Five convey include, but are not the of the following described property situated in Polk Third party purchasers must bankruptcy petition prior to the County, North Carolina, to pay the excise tax, and the court costs of Forty-Five the confirmation of the sale wit: Cents (45¢) per One Hunloan without the knowledge Cents (45¢) pertax, One HunThird party purchasers must limited to, the filing of a and reinstatement of the property situated in Polk pay the excise and the the confirmation of the sale County, North Carolina, to court costs oftax, Forty-Five wit: Cents (45¢) per One Hunand reinstatement of the dred Dollars ($100.00) purBEGINNING at an iron pin at dred Dollars ($100.00) purof the trustee. If the validity pay the excise and the bankruptcy petition prior to loan without the knowledge County, North Carolina, to court costs of Forty-Five and without reinstatement of the BEGINNING wit: Cents (45¢) per One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) purloan the knowledge at an iron pin at suant to NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). the northwest corner of the of the sale is challenged by court costs of Forty-Five the confirmation of the sale of the trustee. If the validity wit: Cents (45¢) per One Hunloan without the knowledge dred Dollars ($100.00) purBEGINNING at an ironof pin at suant to NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). of the trustee. If trustee, the validity the northwest corner of the A cash deposit (no personal certain tract or parcel land any party, the in Cents (45¢) per One Hunand reinstatement of the of the sale is challenged by dred Dollars ($100.00) purthe trustee. If the validity BEGINNING at an ironof pin at suant todeposit NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). the northwest corner of the (no personal A cash of the sale is challenged by checks) of five percent (5%) of certain tract or parcel land conveyed to Arthur B. their sole discretion, if they dred Dollars ($100.00) purloan without the knowledge any party, the trustee, by in BEGINNING at an iron of pin at suant todeposit NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). of the sale is challenged the northwest corner of the cash (no personal A checks) of five7A-308(a)(1). percent (5%) certain tract or parcel land of theto purchase price, or any party, the trustee, in conveyed to Arthur B. Henderson and A. Viola believe the challenge to have suant NCGS of theparty, trustee. the validity their sole discretion, if they northwest corner ofViola the deposit (no personal A cash any theIf trustee, in the certain tract or parcel land checks) of five (no percent (5%) Seven Fifty Dollars of theHundred purchase price, or believe conveyed to Arthur B. their if court they Henderson and A. of cash deposit personal A Henderson, his wife, by merit, may request the thediscretion, challenge to of thesole sale is challenged by certain tract or parcel ofViola land checks) of five percent (5%) their sole discretion, if have they conveyed to Arthur B. of the purchase price, or ($750.00), whichever is Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars Henderson and A. believe the challenge to have ($750.00), whichever is Henderson, his wife, by checks) of five percent (5%) to declare the sale to be void George W. Repp and Celia merit, may request the court any party, the trustee, in of theHundred purchase price, or believemay the challenge to court have George conveyed to Arthur B. Henderson and A. Viola greater, will be be required at Seven Fifty Dollars ($750.00), whichever is merit, Henderson, his wife, by greater, will required at request the W. Repp and Celia of the purchase price, or and return the deposit. The Woare Repp, his wife, by to declare the sale to be void their sole discretion, if they Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars maythe requestto the Henderson and A. Viola the time of the FollowHenderson, his wife, by ($750.00), is greater, will besale. required at merit, George W. October Repp Celia the time of thewhichever sale. Followto declare becourt void Woare Repp, his and wife, by Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars purchaser will have furand return thesale deposit. The deed dated 2, 1953, thethe challenge to ($750.00), whichever is believe to declare sale to no be have void Henderson, his wife, by ing the expiration of George W. October Repp and Celia greater, be required at the time of the sale. FollowWoare Repp, his99 wife, by ing the will expiration of the the and return the deposit. The recorded deed dated 2, 1953, ($750.00), whichever is ther remedy. purchaser will have no furmerit, may request the court in Book at Page greater, will be required at and return the deposit. The statutory upset bid period, George W. Repp and Celia Woare Repp, his wife, by the time of the sale. Following the will expiration of the deed dated October 2,at1953, statutory upset bid period, purchaser willsale have no furrecorded inCounty Book 99Registry; Page greater, besale. required at to ther remedy. declare the to be void 266, Polk all the remaining amounts the time of the Followpurchaser will have no furWoare Repp, his wife, by deed dated October 2, 1953, ing the expiration of the statutory upset bid period, all the remaining amounts recorded in Book 99 at Page ther remedy. 266, Polk County Registry; the of the sale. Followreturn the deposit. The deed said beginning being are immediately Trustee Services of Carolina, ing time the remaining expiration of and the and ther remedy. dated October 2,at1953, recorded Bookpoint 99Registry; Page statutory upset biddue period, all the amounts are immediately due 266, PolkinCounty said beginning point being ing the expiration of and the Trustee purchaser will have no fur- recorded the northeast corner of the owing. Services of Carolina, LLC statutory upset biddue period, in Book 99 at Page all the remaining amounts 266, Polk County Registry; are immediately and owing. saidnortheast beginning point being the corner of the statutory upset bid period, ther remedy. Trustee Services of Carolina, property now or formerly LLC Substitute Trusteeof Carolina, 266, all the remaining due amounts Polk County Registry; are immediately and Trustee Services said beginning point being owing. the northeast of the property now or formerly all the remaining amounts Said property to bedue offered LLC Substitute Trustee belonging to corner G.W. Comer, Brock & Scott, PLLC are immediately and said beginning point being owing. LLC the northeast corner of the Said property to be offered property now or the formerly to G.W. Comer, are immediately due and pursuant to this Notice of Substitute Trustee Brock & Scott, also a corner of Services of Carolina, owing. Trustee Serv- belonging Attorneys for PLLC the northeast corner of Ioka the Substitute Trustee property now or the formerly Said isproperty to be offered pursuant to offered this Notice of Trustee belonging to G.W. Comer, Sale being for sale, owing. also a corner of Ioka Brock Scott, for PLLC Trustee Serv- Hills Subdivision property; LLC ices of& LLC property now or formerly Said property to be offered Brock &Carolina, Scott, PLLC belonging to G.W. Comer, pursuant to offered this Notice of Attorneys Sale is being for sale, also aSubdivision corner of property; the Ioka transfer and conveyance "AS Hills Attorneys for Trustee ices of Oleander Carolina, LLC Substitute Trustee running thence with the Said property to be offered 5431 Drive ServSuite and belonging to G.W. Comer, pursuant to this Notice of Trustee ServAttorneys for Sale is being offered for sale, also a corner of the Ioka transfer and conveyance "AS IS WHERE IS." There are no Hills Subdivision property; Said property to be offered and running thence with the ices of Carolina, LLC 5431 Oleander Drive Suite Brock & Scott, PLLC pursuant to this Notice of Henderson line, South 43 200 also a corner of the Ioka Sale is being offered for sale, ices of Carolina, LLC transfer and conveyance "AS Hills Subdivision property; IS WHERE IS." There are no representations warranty and running thence withEast the pursuant to offered thisofNotice of Attorneys Henderson line, South 43 200 5431 Oleander Drive Suite Trustee Servfor Sale is being for sale, degrees 10 minutes Wilmington, NC 28403 transfer and conveyance "AS 5431 Oleander Drive Suite Hills Subdivision property; IS WHERE IS." There are no and running thence with the relating to the title or sale, any representations of warranty Henderson line, South 43 Sale is being offered for degrees 10 minutes East Wilmington, NC 28403 200 ices of Carolina, LLC transfer and conveyance "AS 433.4 feet to an iron pin; PHONE: (910) 392-4988 IS WHERE IS." There are no 200 and running thence with the representations of warranty physical, Henderson line, South 43 relating to environmental, the title or any degrees 10to minutes East transfer and conveyance "AS 433.4 feet an iron pin; PHONE: (910) 392-4988 Wilmington, NC 28403 5431 Oleander Drive Suite IS WHERE IS." There are no thence North 42 degrees 28 FAX: (910) 392-8587 representations of warranty Wilmington, NC 28403 Henderson line, South 43 health ortoIS." safety conditions relating theThere title or degrees 10to minutes physical, environmental, 433.4 feet andegrees iron East pin; IS WHERE are any no thence North 42 28 FAX: (910) 392-8587 PHONE: (910) 392-4988 200 representations of warranty minutes East 81 feet to an relating to the title or any PHONE: (910) 392-4988 existing in, on, at, or relating degrees 10 minutes East physical, environmental, 433.4 feet to an iron pin; health or safety conditions thence North 42 28 representations of warranty minutes East 81 degrees feet to 40 an (910) 392-8587 Wilmington, NC 28403 relating tosafety theat, title or any FAX: File No.: 11-03979-FC01 iron pin; thence North to the property being offered physical, environmental, FAX: (910) 392-8587 health or conditions 433.4 feet to an iron pin; thence North 42 degrees 28 existing in, on, or relating relating toThis the titleisormade any minutes 81 feet to 40 an File No.: 11-03979-FC01 iron pin;East thence North PHONE: (910) 392-4988 physical, environmental, for sale. sale degrees 21 minutes East health or safety conditions ADV: 9/16 & 9/23 2011 existing in, on, at, or relating thence North 42 degrees 28 to the property being offered minutes East 81 feet to an physical, environmental, iron pin; 21 thence NorthEast 40 degrees minutes ADV: 9/16 & 9/23 2011 File No.: 11-03979-FC01 FAX: (910) 392-8587 health or safety conditions subject to all prior liens, un228.7 feet to an iron pin; existing in, on, at, or relating File No.: 11-03979-FC01 to the property being offered minutes East 81 feet to an for sale.or This sale is made iron pin; thence North 40 health safety conditions degrees 21 minutes East 228.7 feet to an iron pin; existing in,This on, at, or relating paid taxes, any unpaid land ADV: to property being offered thence North 41 forthe sale. sale is made ADV: 9/16 9/16 & & 9/23 9/23 2011 2011 iron pin; thence North 40 subject to prior liens, undegrees 21 minutes existing in,all on, at, or relating 228.7 feet to48 andegrees iron East pin; thence North 48 degrees 41 transfer special asto the property being offered for sale. This sale isoffered made minutes West 356.2 feet to subject totaxes, allany prior liens, un- File No.: 11-03979-FC01 degrees 21 minutes East paid taxes, unpaid land 228.7 feet to an iron pin; to the property being thence North 48 degrees 41 minutes West 356.2 feet 54 to spaid e s ssale. m eto n tall s ,any e a sliens, eis m emade n ts, for This sale ADV: 9/16 & 9/23 2011 subject prior unan iron feet pin; thence South taxes, unpaid land 228.7 to andegrees iron pin; transfer taxes, special asthence North 48 41

B4

Buy, Sell, Trade, Work … With Your Neighbors!

Henderson, his wife, by George W. Repp Celia Woare Repp, his and wife, by George W. October Repp Celia Woaredated Repp, his and wife, by deed 2, 1953, Woaredated Repp, his99wife, by deed 2, recorded in October Book at1953, Page deed dated October 2,at1953, recorded Book 99Registry; Page 266, PolkinCounty recorded Bookpoint 99Registry; atbeing Page 266, PolkinCounty said beginning 266, Polk County Registry; saidnortheast beginning point being the corner of the said beginning point being the northeast of the property now corner or formerly the northeast of the property now or formerly belonging to corner G.W. Comer, property now or the formerly belonging G.W. Comer, ,to September 23, 2011 also a Friday corner of Ioka belonging to G.W. Comer, also aSubdivision corner of property; the Ioka Hills also a corner of the Ioka Hillsrunning Subdivision property; and thence with the B South Hills Subdivision property; D and running thence with the T Henderson line, 43 t e s L 10 line, and running thence the d withEast Henderson South 43 A degrees minutes d eminutes Henderson line, South 43 degrees 10 East fi 433.4 feet to an iron pin; i s ! u East degrees minutes as10to42 o 433.4 feet an iron pin; l thence North degrees 28 y C r oandegrees 433.4 feet irontopin; thence North 28 minutes East 81 feet an rktof42 othence thence North 42 28 w minutes East 81 degrees feet to 40 an iron pin; North minutes 81 feet toEast an iron pin;East thence North 40 degrees 21 minutes iron pin; thence 40 degrees 21 minutes Public 228.7 feet toNotices an North iron East pin; degrees 21to48 minutes 228.7 feet andegrees iron East pin; thence North 41 228.7 feet to48 andegrees iron thence North 41 minutes West 356.2 feetpin; to thence North 48 degrees 41 minutes West 356.2 feet 54 to an iron pin; thence South minutes West 356.2 feet 98 to an iron pin; thence South 54 degrees 58 minutes West an iron thence 54 degrees 58 iron minutes West 98 feet to pin; an pin;South thence degrees 58degrees minutes West 98 feet to57 an iron pin; thence South 19 minfeet andegrees iron pin; Southto 57 19thence utes West 180.6 feet tominthe South 57 degrees 19 to minutes West 180.6 feet the BEGINNING, containing 2.65 utes West feet to2.65 the BEGINNING, containing acres, more180.6 or less, and beBEGINNING, containing acres, more and2.65 being Tract #1or asless, shown and acres, more orasless, being Tract #1upon shown and delineated a and certain ing Tract #1upon as shown and delineated a certain plat entitled "Subdivision of delineated upon a Celia certain plat entitled "Subdivision of Property of G.W. and W. plat entitled "Subdivision of PropertyPolk of G.W. and Celia W. Repp, County, North PropertyPolk of G.W. and Celia W. Repp, North Carolina", asCounty, prepared by Repp, PolkasCounty, North Carolina", prepared by H.B. Frankenfield, Jr., RegisCarolina", prepared by H.B. Frankenfield, Jr., Registered Land as Surveyor, dated H.B. Jr., RegisteredFrankenfield, Land Surveyor, dated May 29, 1952, which plat tered Land Surveyor, May been 29, 1952, whichdated plat has duly recorded in May 29, which plat has been duly in Map Book1952, 2 atrecorded Page 134, has in Map been Book duly 2Registry, atrecorded Pagerefer134, Polk County Map Book 2Registry, at Page 134, Polk County reference to which is hereby Polk County Registry, reference to aid which is descriphereby made in of the ence to aid which is descriphereby made in of the tion. made tion. in aid of the description. a permanent and perAlso Also a permanent and perpetual right of way and Also a permanent and perpetual right of way and easement to the driveway petual right of way and easement to the the neighbordriveway leading from easement to the the driveway leading neighborhood or from public road at the leading theroad neighborhood orfrom public the southeast corner ofat the hood or public road the southeast corner ofat the property now or formerly southeastnow of the property or formerly belonging tocorner Pettee across property now or belonging to Pettee across the southeast endformerly of the belonging to Pettee across the southeast end of the Pettee and Henderson propthe southeast end of the Pettee and Henderson properties to the southeast corPettee and Henderson properties to the southeast corner of the tract of land above erties to the southeast corner of the tract of land above described, the said right of ner of theeasement tract land above described, the of said right of way and being the described, theand saideasement rightthe of way and being right of easement way way being the rightand of easement way and easement reserved to George W. Repp right of way and easement reserved to Woare George W. Repp and Celia Repp, is reserved to Woare George W. Repp and Celia Repp, is wife, in the deeds executed and Celia Woare Repp, is wife,them in the to deeds executed by Arthur B. wife, them in the and deeds executed by to wife, Arthur B. Henderson dated by them to wife, Arthur B. Henderson and dated October 2, 1953, recorded in Henderson and October recorded in Book 992,at1953, Pagewife, 266,dated and October 2, 1953, recorded in Book 99 Page and 266,wife, and Allen D. at Pettee Book 99 at Page 266, and Allen July D. Pettee wife, dated 8, 1955,and recorded Allen D. 102 Pettee and wife, dated July 8, 1955, recorded in Book at Page 219, dated July102 8, 1955, in Book atis Page 219, which driveway torecorded be used in Book 102 atisothers Page 219, which driveway to be used in common with who which driveway touse be used in common withis others who have the right to said in common with others who have the right useeasesaid driveway, if any.toThe have the said right toThe usedrivesaid driveway, if any. easement for road or driveway, if any. The easement for more said road or driveway is particularly ment for said road or driveway is more particularly shown and delineated upon way isand more particularly shown delineated upon the plat of the Repp propshown and delineated upon the plat of the property, recorded in Repp Map Book 2 the plat of theinPolk Repp property, recorded Map County Book 2 at Page 134, erty, recorded inPolk Map County Book 2 at Page 134, Registry, hereinabove reat Page Polk County Registry, hereinabove referred to. 134, Registry, ferred to. hereinabove referredconveyance to. This is made This conveyance subject, however, istomade the This of conveyance is tomade subject, however, the right way and easement subject, however, to exthe right of way and for a water pipe lineeasement that right of way and easement for a water pipe line that extends across said property to for aHenderson water pipe that extends across saidline property to the property as tends across saidproperty propertyloto Henderson as the same is not actually the same Henderson as the is not property actually located. the same is not actually located. cated. The above described propThe is above described erty identical to thatpropconThe above described erty is identical thatpropconveyed to Lili E.to Hahn, as


existingor in, on, at, conditions or relating ment for said road or drivehave the right to use said health way is particularly driveway, if any. The easement for more said road or driveexisting in,safety on, at, or relating to the property being offered way is more particularly driveway, if any. The easeexisting in, on, at, or relating shown and delineated upon ment for said road or driveway is more particularly to property way isand more particularly STATE OF NORTH forthe sale. This being sale isoffered made shown delineated upon to ment for said road or drivethe property being offered the plat of the Repp propway is more particularly shown and delineated upon sale.to This saleliens, is made shown and delineated upon for subject all prior unthe plat of the Repp propCAROLINA way is more particularly for sale. This sale is made erty, recorded in Map Book 2 the of the Repp propshown and upon subject to allany prior liens, land unthe plat plat of delineated the Repp proppaid taxes, unpaid erty, recorded in Map Book 2 COUNTY OF POLK shown and delineated upon to allany prior liens,land unat Page 134, erty, recorded inPolk MapCounty Book 2 subject the plat of the Repp proppaid taxes, unpaid erty, recorded in Map Book 2 transfer taxes, special land asat Page 134, IN THE GENERAL the plat of theinPolk Repp proptaxes, any unpaid Registry, hereinabove re-2 paid at Page 134, Polk County erty, recorded MapCounty Book transfer at Page 134, Polk County STATE OF NORTH s e s s m e ntaxes, ts, especial a s e m e nasts, Registry, hereinabove reerty, recorded in Map Book 2 transfer taxes, special asRegistry, hereinabove referred to. COURT OF NORTH JUSTICE at Page 134, Polk County essme n tway, s , deeds e a s e mof e nrets, Registry, hereinabove re- srights of STATE OF ferred to. CAROLINA at Page Polk County ferred to. e s s mof e n way, t s , deeds e a s e mof e nret s , SUPERIOR Registry, hereinabove re- s COURT DIVISION STATE OF NORTH rights ferred to. 134, lease, and any other encumCAROLINA COUNTY OF POLK Registry, rerights of Dway, deeds of reis made FThis riday, Sconveyance eptember 23, 2011 T ryon aily Bother ulletin   / T he World’s SFILE mallest D aily N ewspaper ferred to. hereinabove STATE OF NORTH lease, and any encumNO. 11 SP-82 CAROLINA brances or exceptions of reThis conveyance made COUNTY OF POLK IN THE GENERAL This is made ferred to. however,is and other encumsubject, the lease, brances or any exceptions of reCAROLINA This conveyance conveyance isto made NOTICE OFGENERAL SUBSTITUTE COUNTY OF POLK cord. To the best of the subject, however, the subject, however, to the IN THE COURT OF JUSTICE right way and easement brances or exceptions of the reThis of conveyance isto made cord. To the best of subject, however, to the COUNTY OF POLK TRUSTEE'S FORECLOSURE knowledge and belief of the the SUPERIOR IN THE GENERAL right of way and easement right of way and easement This conveyance is made COURT DIVISION for a water pipe line that excord. To the best of COURT OF JUSTICE subject, however, to the knowledge and belief of the right of way and easement IN THE GENERAL SALE OF REAL PROPERTY undersigned, the current for a water pipe line that exCOURT OF JUSTICE for a water pipe line that exsubject, however, to the tends across said property to knowledge and belief of the SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION FILE NO. 11 SP-82 right of way and easement undersigned, the property current for a water pipe line that exowner(s) of the tends across said property to COURT OF JUSTICE COURT DIVISION tends across said property to undersigned, right of way and easement the property as the property current SUPERIOR for aHenderson water pipe line that exFILE NO. 11 SP-82 NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE owner(s) of the tends across said property to is/are Ginger D. Cantwell. the Henderson property as SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION theasame Henderson property as FILE NO. 11 SP-82 Pursuant to the for water that exthe ispipe not actually loof D. the property tends across saidline property to owner(s) TRUSTEE'S FORECLOSURE NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE is/are Ginger Cantwell. the Henderson property as the is actually the same is not not actually loFILE NO. 11PROPERTY SP-82conpower and authority NOTICE OFFORECLOSURE SUBSTITUTE tends across saidproperty propertyloto cated. Ginger D. Cantwell. the same Henderson as is/are SALE OF REAL TRUSTEE'S the same is not actually loAn Order for possession of tained cated. cated. NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S FORECLOSURE in REAL the Commercial the Henderson as An the same is not property actually loSALE OF PROPERTY for may possession of cated. the Order property be issued TRUSTEE'S FORECLOSURE SALEBalloon OF REAL PROPERTY the same not actually loThe aboveisdescribed propDeed oftoTrust An Order for may possession of Loan cated. the property be issued Pursuant the pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in The above described propThe above described propSALERebecca OF REALAnn PROPERTY cated. erty is identical to thatpropconthe property may be issued from Blair to pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in The above described power and authority Public Notices Public Notices Public Notices Pursuant toconthe favor of the purchaser and erty is identical to that conerty is identical to that conveyed to Lili E. Hahn, as pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in Ronald S. Deutsch, Edward S. The above described propPursuant to the favor of the purchaser and erty is identical to that contained in the Commercial power and authority conagainst the party or parties veyed toofLili Lili E. Residuary Hahn, as favor veyed to E. Hahn, as Trustee the The above described ofthe theparty purchaser and power Cohn,Balloon Steven Goldberg, Pursuant the erty is identical to Residuary thatpropconand authority conor clerk parties veyed toof Lili E. Hahn, as against Loan Deed ofto Trust tained in the Commercial in possession by the of Trustee of the Trustee the Residuary Trust the erty isunder identical toPeter that Hahn conagainst the party or parties powerBalloon and authority conveyed to ofLili E. Hahn, as in Richard J. Rogers and Richin the Commercial possession of tained Trustee the Residuary from Rebecca Ann Blair to Loan Deed of Trust superior courtby ofthe theclerk county Trust under the Peter Hahn Trust under the Hahn Revocable Trust, dated Noveyed to ofLili E.Peter Hahn, as in possession by of Loan tained theDeed Commercial Trustee the Residuary Balloon of Trust ard Soloman (the "Original superior court of the the clerk county Trust under the Peter Hahn Ronald S.inDeutsch, Edward S. from Rebecca Ann Blair to Revocable Trust, dated Noin which the property is sold. Revocable Trust, dated November 13, 1991, by that Trustee of Residuary superior court of the county Loan Balloon Deed of Trust Trust under the Peter Hahn from Rebecca Ann Blair Trustees") for theGoldberg, benefit of which the property is sold. Cohn, Revocable Trust, dated No- in Ronald S.Steven Deutsch, Edward to S. vember 13, 1991, by that Any person who occupies vember 13, 1991, by that certain deed from Lili E. Trust under the Peter Hahn in which the property is sold. fromMount Rebecca Ann Blair to Revocable Trust, dated NoRonald S.J. Deutsch, Edward S. First Vernon Industrial person who occupies vember 13, 1991, by Richard Rogers and Richcertain deed from Lilithat E. Any Cohn, Steven Goldberg, the property pursuant to a certain deed from Lili E. Hahn, individually and as Revocable Trust, dated NoAny property person who occupies Ronald S.J. Deutsch, Edward S. vemberindividually 13, 1991, Steven Goldberg, pursuant to a Cohn, Loan Association recorded in certain deed from by Lilithat E. the ard Soloman (the "Original Hahn, and as Richard Rogers and Richrental agreement entered Hahn, individually and as Executrix of the Estate of vember 13, by property pursuant to a Book Cohn, Steven Goldberg, certain deed from Lilithat E. the Richard J. Rogers and Richrental agreement entered 319, Page 1929 of the Hahn, individually and as Executrix of 1991, the Estate of Trustees") for the benefit of ard Soloman (the "Original into or renewed on or after Executrix of the Estate of Peter Hahn, certain deed from Liliand E. rental entered Richard J. Rogers RichHahn, individually and as ard Soloman (the "Original into or agreement renewed or after Executrix of deceased, the Estate of County Public Registry Peter Hahn, deceased, and First Mount Vernon Industrial Trustees") for the and benefit of October 1, 2007,on may, after Polk Peter Hahn, and as Successor Trustee of the Hahn, individually and as or renewed on or after after ard Soloman (the "Original Executrix of deceased, the Estate of into Trustees") for the benefit of October 1,the 2007, may, Peter Hahn, deceased, as Successor Trustee of and the (the "Deed of Trust"), the Loan Association recorded in First Mount Vernon Industrial receiving notice of sale, as Successor Trustee of the Peter Hahn Revocable Trust, Executrix of the Estate of October 1, 2007, may, after Trustees") for the benefit of Peter Hahn,Revocable deceased, and First Mount Vernon Industrial receiving the notice of sale, Peter Hahn Trust, as Successor Trustee of the Book 319, Page 1929 of the undersigned Substitute Loan Association recorded in terminate the rental agreePeter Hahn Revocable Trust, dated November 13, 1991, Peter Hahn, deceased, and receiving the notice of sale, First Mount Vernon Industrial as Successor Trustee the terminate Loan Association recorded in the rental agreedated November 13, of 1991, Peter Hahn Revocable Trust, Polk County Public Registry Book 319, Page 1929 of the Trustee will sell at public ment upon 10 days' written dated November 13, 1991, said deed dated September as Successor Trustee the ment terminate the rental agree- Book Loan County Association recorded in Peter Hahn Revocable Trust, 319, Page 1929 ofbidthe said deed dated September upon 10landlord. days' written dated November 13, of 1991, (the "Deed of Trust"), the Polk Public Registry auction, to the highest notice to the The said deed dated September 12, and recorded on Peter Hahn Revocable upon 10landlord. days' written Bookfor 319, Page 1929 of the dated November 13, Trust, 1991, County Public Registry 12, 1995, and recorded on ment notice to the The Polk said1995, deed dated September undersigned Substitute (the "Deed of Trust"), the notice shall also state that der cash, the real prop12, 1995, and recorded on September 21, 1995, in dated November 13, 1991, to thealso landlord. The (the Polk "Deed County Public said 1995, deed dated September Trust"), the September 21,recorded 1995, in notice notice shall state that 12, and on Trustee will of sell atRegistry public undersigned Substitute upon termination of a rental as follows, September 21, 1995, in Deed Book 230 at Page said deed dated September notice shall also of state that erty (the described "Deed ofsell Trust"), the 12, 1995, and recorded on undersigned Substitute Deed Book 230 at Page upon termination a rental September 21, 1995, in auction, to the highest bidTrustee will at public agreement, the tenant is liDeed Book 230 at Page together with allat rights, 1409, Polk County Registry. 12, 1995, and recorded on termination of a rental undersigned Substitute September 21, 1995, in upon Trustee will sell public 1409, Polk County Registry. agreement, the tenant is liDeed Book 230 at Page der for cash, the real propauction, to the highest bidable for rentthe due under the 1409, Polk County Registry. and appurteSeptember 21, in able agreement, tenant li- privileges Trustee willthe sell atfollows, public Deed Book 230 1995, at Page auction, to highest bidrent due underisthe 1409, Polk County Registry. erty described as der for cash, the real proprentalfor agreement prorated to nances thereto (the "PropSave except any reDeed BookCounty 230 Registry. at able for rent dueprorated under the Save and except anyPage reauction, to the highest bid1409, and Polk der for cash, the real proprental agreement to together with all rights, erty described as follows, the effective date of the terSave and except any reerty"): leases, deeds of or 1409, County Registry. rental agreement to erty leases, deeds of release release or the der for cash, theas real propdescribed follows, effective date prorated of the terSave Polk and except any reprivileges and appurtetogether with all rights, mination. leases, deeds of release or prior conveyances record. effective date of the ter- together prior conveyances ofany record. erty described as follows, Save and except rewith all rights, mination. leases, deeds of of release or the nances thereto "Propprivileges and (the appurteprior conveyances record. Save and except any reBEING all of Lots 5 and 7, together with all rights, leases, deeds of of release or mination. privileges and appurteprior conveyances of record. erty"): nances thereto (the "PropIf the trustee is unable to Said property is commonly leases, deeds of release or Said property is commonly privileges and (the appurteprior conveyances of record. Dog Creek at "PropGreen nances thereto If the trustee is unable to Turtle erty"): convey title to this property Said property is commonly known as 525 Rippy Road, known as 525 isRippy Road, If prior of record. the trustee is unable to erty"): nancesRun, thereto (the known "Propconvey to this property Said conveyances property commonly for anytitle reason, the sole River known as 28782. 525 is Rippy Road, convey BEING all offormerly Lots 5 and 7, Tryon, NC Tryon, NC 28782. to thisthe property erty"): Said property commonly as Green River-Hill Estates at anytitle reason, sole known as 28782. 525 Rippy Road, for remedy of the purchaser is Tryon, NC Turtle Dog Creek at Green BEING all of Lots 5 and 7, Said property commonly any ofreason, the sole known as 28782. 525isRippy Road, for File D, Page 491, a remedy the purchaser is Card Tryon, NC BEING all of Lots 5 and 7, the return of the deposit. Turtle Run, Dog formerly Creek at known Green Third purchasers must Third party purchasers must remedy known as 28782. 525 Rippy Road, of the purchaser is River Tryon,party NC the return of the deposit. subdivision located CooBEING allRiver-Hill offormerly Lots Estates 5 7, Turtle Dog Creek atatand Green Reasons of such inability to Third party purchasers must as Green at River Run, known pay excise tax, the pay the the excise tax, and and the the Tryon, NC 28782. return of the deposit. Reasons of such inability to as Turtle Dog Creek atand Green pers Gap Township reThird party purchasers River Run, formerly known convey include, but are not pay the excise andmust the Reasons Card File D, PageEstates 491, a Green River-Hill at court costs oftax, Forty-Five court costs of Forty-Five of suchbut inability to as Third party purchasers must include, areof not River Run, formerly known pay the excise tax, and the convey Green at corded inRiver-Hill Card FileEstates E, Page limited to, the filing a court costs of Forty-Five subdivision located at CooCard File D, Page 491, a Cents (45¢) per One HunCents (45¢) per One HunThird party purchasers must convey include, but are not pay the excise tax, and the limited to, the filing of a as Green River-Hill Estates at court costs ($100.00) of One Forty-Five Card File D, Page 491, a 649 of the Public Records of bankruptcy petition prior to Cents (45¢) per Hunpers Gap Township and resubdivision located at Coodredthe Dollars ($100.00) purdred Dollars purpay excise tax, and the limited to, the filing of a court costs of Forty-Five bankruptcy petition to subdivision Card Gap File D, Page 491, a Cents (45¢) per One Hunlocated at CooPolk County Registry, to the confirmation of prior the sale dred Dollars ($100.00) purcorded in Card File E, Page pers Township and resuant to NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). suant to NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). court costs of Forty-Five bankruptcy petition prior to Cents (45¢) ($100.00) per One Hunof the subdivision located Coodred Dollars pur- the Gap Township and rewhich reference is at hereby and confirmation reinstatement of sale the pers suant to NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). 649 of the Public Records of A cash deposit (no personal corded in Card File E, Page A cash deposit (no personal Cents (45¢) per One Hunthe confirmation of the sale dred Dollars ($100.00) pur- and of the corded pers of Gap and resuant todeposit NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). inaTownship Card File E, Page made for full and complete loan reinstatement without the knowledge A cash (no personal Polk County Registry, to checks) of five percent (5%) and the Public Records of checks) of five percent (5%) dred Dollars ($100.00) purreinstatement of the 649 suant todeposit NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). loan without the knowledge corded in Card File E, Page A cash (noprice, personal 649 ofCounty the Public Records of of the trustee. If the validity description. checks) of five percent (5%) of the purchase price, or which reference is hereby Polk Registry, to of the purchase or suant to NCGS 7A-308(a)(1). loan without the knowledge A cash deposit (no personal of the trustee. If the validity 649 of the Public Records of checks) of five percent (5%) Polk County Registry, to of the sale is challenged by Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars of the purchase price, or made for a full and complete which reference is hereby Seven Hundred Fiftypersonal Dollars A cash deposit (no of the trustee. If the validity checks) of five percent (5%) of sale isthe challenged Polk for County Registry, to of theHundred purchase price, or reference iscomplete hereby anythe party, trustee, by in which ($750.00), whichever is of Seven Fifty Dollars description. made a full and The record owner of ($750.00), whichever is checks) of five percent (5%) the sale is challenged by of the purchase price, or any the trustee, in made which reference iscomplete hereby Seven Hundred Dollars for a full greater, will be be Fifty required at any their party, sole discretion, if they ($750.00), whichever is greater, will required at the Property asand reflected by of the Hundred purchase price, or party, the trustee, in description. Seven Fifty Dollars sole discretion, if have they made forThe a full and complete ($750.00), whichever is their description. the time time of the the sale. Followbelieve the challenge to greater, will be required at record owner of the of sale. Followthe records of the Register Seven Hundred Fifty Dollars their sole discretion, if they ($750.00), whichever is believe the challenge to have description. greater, will be required at ing time the of expiration of the the merit, may request the court the thewhichever sale. Following the expiration of theDeeds Property as reflected by The record ownernot of of of Polk County ($750.00), is believe the challenge to have greater, will be required at merit, may request the court the time of the sale. statutory upset bid Followperiod, The record owner of to declare the sale to becourt void the ing the will expiration of the statutory upset bid period, records of the Register Property as reflected by more than ten (10) days greater, be required at merit, may request the the time of the sale. Followdeclare to be void ing the theremaining expiration of the to The record owner of all the remaining amounts the Property as the reflected by and returnthe thesale deposit. The of statutory upset bidamounts period, all Deeds of Polk County not the records of Register the time of the sale. Followprior to the posting of this to declare the sale to be void ing the expiration of the return will the deposit. The the statutory upset bid period, are immediately due and and theDeeds Property as the reflected by records of Register purchaser have no furall the remaining amounts are immediately due and more than ten (10) days of of Polk County not ing the expiration of the and return the deposit. The Notice was Rebecca Ann statutory upset bidamounts period, purchaser will have no furall the remaining owing. theDeeds records of the Register of of Polk County not ther remedy. are immediately and purchaser owing. prior to the posting ofdays this more than ten (10) statutory upset biddue period, will have no fur- Blair. all the remaining amounts are immediately due and ther remedy. of Deeds of Polk County not more than ten (10) days owing. Notice was Rebecca Ann prior to the posting of this all remaining amounts are the immediately due and ther remedy. Said property to be be offered owing. more tothan ten (10)of days prior the posting this Said property to offered Blair. Trustee Services of Carolina, Notice was Rebecca Ann are immediately due and owing. pursuant to this this Notice of Trustee The willAnn be prior to was the Property posting this Rebeccaof Services of Carolina, Notice Said property to be offered pursuant to Notice of LLC owing. Trustee Services of Carolina, Blair. Sale is being offered for sale, Said property to be offered sold subject any andAnn all Notice was to Rebecca Blair. LLC pursuant to this Notice of Sale is being offered for sale, Substitute Trustee The Property will be Said property to be offered transfer and conveyance "AS pursuant to offered this Notice of LLC Blair. matters superior to the lien Substitute Trustee Sale is being for sale, transfer and conveyance "AS Brock & Scott, PLLC Said property to be offered sold subject to any and all Theof Property will be pursuant to offered this Notice of Substitute IS WHERE IS." There are"AS no Trustee Sale is being for the Deed Trust, includBrock & Scott, transfer and The Property willlien be IS WHERE IS." There aresale, no Attorneys for PLLC Trustee Serv- of pursuant to conveyance this Notice of Brock matters superior to the sold subject to any and all Sale is being offered for sale, representations of warranty & Scott, PLLC transfer and conveyance "AS for Trustee Serving without limitation: (a) IS WHERE IS."offered There are no Attorneys TheofProperty willlien be sold subject to any and all representations of ices of Carolina, LLC Sale is being for sale, the Deed Trust, includmatters superior to the transfer and conveyance "AS relating toIS." the titlewarranty or any Attorneys for Trustee Serv- of IS WHERE There are no ices of Carolina, LLC superior mortgages, deeds representations of warranty sold subject to any and all relating to the title or any matters superior to the lien 5431 Oleander Drive Suite transfer and conveyance "AS ing without limitation: (a) of the Deed of Trust, includIS WHERE IS." There are no physical, environmental, ices of Oleander Carolina, LLC representations of warranty 5431 Drive Suite of trust, liens and relating toIS." theThere title or any matters superior to assessthe lien physical, environmental, the Deed oflimitation: Trust, includ200 IS WHERE are no superior mortgages, deeds ing without (a) health or safety conditions representations of warranty Oleander Drive Suite ing relatingortosafety the title or any 5431 200 physical, environmental, ments, if mortgages, any; (b) theassesslien of of the Deed oflimitation: Trust, includhealth conditions without (a) Wilmington, NC 28403 representations of of trust, liens and superior deeds existing orwarranty relating relating in, to on, theat, title or any 200 physical, environmental, Wilmington, NC 28403 health or safety conditions ingtrust, without limitation: (a) existing in, on, at, or relating unpaid admortgages, valorem taxes; (c) superior deeds PHONE: (910) 392-4988 relating tosafety the title or any Wilmington, ments, if any; (b) the lien of to the property being offered of liens and assessphysical, environmental, NC 28403 health or conditions PHONE: (910) 392-4988 existing in,This on, at, or is relating superior mortgages, deeds to property being offered of trust, liens and assessvalid and enforceable easeFAX: (910) 392-8587 physical, environmental, unpaid adany; valorem taxes; (c) forthe sale. sale made PHONE: ments, if (b) the lien of health or safety conditions (910) 392-4988 existing in,This on, at, orisrelating FAX: (910) 392-8587 to the property being offered of trust, liens and assessfor sale. sale made ments, if any; (b) the lien of ments and restrictions of rehealth or safety conditions subject to prior liens, un- FAX: (910) 392-8587 valid and easeunpaid ad enforceable valorem taxes; (c) existing in,all on, at, or relating to the property being offered for sale. This sale is made ments, if any; (b) the lien of subject to all prior liens, ununpaid ad enforceable valorem taxes; (c) File No.: 10-27555-FC01 cord; and (d) matters which paid taxes, any unpaid land existing in, on, at, or relating ments and restrictions of revalid and easeto the property being offered for sale. This sale is made File No.: 10-27555-FC01 subject to all prior liens, ununpaid ad valorem taxes; (c) paid taxes, any unpaid land valid and enforceable easewould be revealed by a curADV 9/16 & 9/23 2011 transfer taxes, special asto the property being offered cord; and (d) matters which ments and restrictions of refor sale.to This saleliens, is made No.: 10-27555-FC01 subject allany prior un- File 9/16 & 9/23 2011 paid taxes, valid and and enforceable easetransfer special ments and restrictions res e ssale. sm eto ntaxes, tThis s ,any eunpaid a sliens, eis m made eland nast s , ADV rent survey of for sale would be accurate revealed by aof curcord; and (d) matters which subject all prior unADV 9/16 & 9/23 2011 paid taxes, unpaid land transfer taxes, special asments andaccurate restrictions ofcurres e s s m e n t s , e a s e m e n t s , cord; and (d) matters which rights of way, deeds of rethe property. subject to all prior liens, unrent and survey of would be revealed by a paid taxes, any unpaid land transfer special STATE OF NORTH slease, essm e ntaxes, tway, sany ,anyother eunpaid asem e land nasts, rights of deeds of record; and (d) matters would be accurate revealed by awhich curand encumpaid taxes, the property. rent and survey of transfer taxes, special ass e s s m e n t s , e a s e m e n t s , CAROLINA rights of way, deeds of release, and any other encumwould be revealed by a current and accurate survey of brances or of retransfer taxes, the property. s e s s mof en tway, sexceptions , deeds especial a s e mof e nasts, The Property will be rights release, and any other encumbrances or exceptions of rerent and accurate survey of the property. COUNTY OF POLK cord. To the best of the slease, e s s m e n t s , e a s e m e n t s , rights and of way, deedsencumof reProperty be sold "AS The IS, WHERE IS."will Neiany brances orway, exceptions of rerecord. To the best of the the property. knowledge andother beliefencumthe IN THE GENERAL rights of deeds of lease, and any other sold "AS IS, WHERE IS." NeiThe Property will be ther the Substitute Trustee brances or exceptions of record. To theother best encumof knowledge and belief of undersigned, the current Property will be lease, and COURT OF JUSTICE brances orany exceptions of the rether the the The Substitute Trustee sold "AS IS, WHERE Neicord. To thethe best of the nor holder of IS." the debt knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the current owner(s) of property The Property will be sold "AS IS, WHERE IS." Neibrances or exceptions of cord. To the best of the nor of Deed the debt ther the the holder Substitute Trustee knowledge and belief of rethe SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION secured by the of owner(s) of the property undersigned, the current is/are Ginger D. Cantwell. sold the "AS IS, WHERE IS." Neither the holder Substitute Trustee cord. To the best of knowledge and belief of the the FILE NO. 11 SP-82 secured bytheir the Deed of nor ofrespective the debt undersigned, the current Trust, nor is/are Ginger D. Cantwell. owner(s) of the property ther the Substitute Trustee nor the holder of the debt knowledge and belief of the undersigned, the property current Trust, nor secured bytheir the respective Deed of NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE owner(s) of D. the officers, directors, attorneys, An Order for possession of is/are Ginger Cantwell. nor the holder of the debt secured by the Deed of undersigned, the current owner(s) of D. theCantwell. property officers, directors, attorneys, Trust, nor their respective TRUSTEE'S FORECLOSURE is/are Ginger employees, agents or the property be issued An Order for possession of secured by the Deed ofr Trust, nor their respective owner(s) of may theCantwell. property is/are Ginger D. e m p l o y e e s , a g e n t s o officers, directors, attorneys, SALE OF REAL PROPERTY pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in authorized representatives, the property may be issued An Order for possession of Trust, nor their respective officers, directors, attorneys, is/are Ginger D. Cantwell. authorized representatives, e m p l o y e e s , a g e n t s o An Order for possession of favor of to the purchaser and pursuant G.S. 45-21.29 in make orrr the property may be issued officers, e m p l oany y edirectors, e representation s ,representatives, a g eattorneys, nts o An Order forparty possession of make any representation or authorized the property may be parties issued against the or favor of the purchaser and Pursuant to the pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in warranty relating to the title e m p l oany y erelating erepresentation s representatives, , a gto e nthe t s title o authorized An Order for possession of the property may beclerk issued warranty make orr pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in in possession by the of against the party or parties power and authority confavor of the purchaser and or anyany physical, environauthorized representatives, make representation or the property may be county issued pursuant to G.S. 45-21.29 in or any physical, environwarranty relating to the title favor of the purchaser and superior court of the in possession by the of tained in the Commercial mental, against the party or clerk parties health or safety make any representation or warranty relating to thecontitle

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of trust, liens and assesswould be revealed by adeeds ments and restrictions ofcurrements, if (b) the lien of valid and enforceable easeunpaid adany; valorem taxes; (c) superior mortgages, of trust, liens and assessments, if any; (b) the lien rent and survey of cord; and (d) matters which unpaid adaccurate valorem taxes; (c) ments and restrictions of revalid and enforceable easeof trust, liens and assessments, if any; (b) the lien of unpaid ad revealed valorem taxes; (c) the property. would be by aof curvalid and enforceable easecord; and (d) matters which ments and restrictions rements, if any; (b) the lien of unpaid ad valorem taxes; (c) valid and enforceable easerent and survey of ments and restrictions rewould be revealed by aof curcord; and (d) matters which unpaid adaccurate valorem taxes; (c) valid and enforceable easements and restrictions of rethe cord; and (d) matters which rent and accurate survey of would beThe revealed by aof curProperty will be validproperty. and enforceable easements and restrictions record; and (d) matters would be revealed by curthe property. rent and accurate survey of sold "AS IS, WHERE IS."awhich Neiments and restrictions of record; and (d) matters which would beThe revealed by a current and accurate survey of the property. ther the Substitute Trustee Property will be cord; and (d) matters which would be revealed by a current and accurate of the nor the holder of survey the debt soldproperty. "AS IS, WHERE IS."will NeiThe Property be would be revealed by a current and accurate survey of the property. secured by the Deed of ther the Substitute Trustee sold "AS IS, WHERE IS." NeiThe Property will be rent and accurate survey of page 17 the property. Trust, nor their nor the holder ofrespective the debt The Property will be ther the Substitute Trustee sold "AS IS, WHERE IS." Neithe property. The Property will be officers, secured byWHERE the Deed of sold "AS IS, IS." Neinor the holder of attorneys, the debt ther the directors, Substitute Trustee Property be sold IS, WHERE IS." NeiB e m pthe l"AS o ynor eThe eby sT ,their aof grespective eDeed nTrustee twill swill o r Trust, ther the Substitute secured the of nor holder the debt D The Property be sold "AS IS, IS." Neit WHERE ther the Substitute Trustee e s authorized representatives, officers, directors, attorneys, L nor the holder of the debt Trust, nor their respective secured by the Deed of d sold "AS IS, WHERE IS." NeiAattorneys, ther Substitute daof nor holder the make representation or e m pthe lthe oany ynor edirectors, eby sitheir ,fie grespective eDeed nTrustee t s debt or secured the of officers, Trust, ther the Substitute Trustee nor the holder ofto the debt s ! secured by the Deed ofr s warranty relating the title authorized representatives, u Trust, nor their respective e m p l o y e e s , a g e n t s debt o officers, directors, attorneys, a o nor the holder of the l y secured by the Deed of C r grespective Trust, or any physical, environmake officers, authorized e mp l oany ynor edirectors, eby ,representatives, a eattorneys, nts oor r fothe secured Deed of Trust, nor their respective ktheir rssrepresentation officers, directors, attorneys, mental, health ora gsafety cono warranty relating to the title e m p l o y e e , e n t s o make any representation orr authorized representatives, w Trust, nor their respective officers, directors, attorneys, e m p l o y e e s , a g e n t s o ditions existing in, on, attitle or any physical, environauthorized warranty relating to make orrr officers, directors, e m p l oany y health e e representation sthe ,representatives, a gsafety eattorneys, nthe t s cono authorized representatives, relating to property, and mental, or make any representation or or any physical, environwarranty relating to the title e m p l oany y e erepresentation s , Notices agents or authorized make or any andPublic all representatives, responsibilities ditions existing on, at or warranty relating toenvironthecontitle mental, health orin, safety or any physical, authorized representatives, make any representation or warranty relating toenvirontheat title or liabilities arising out of relating to the property, and any physical, ditions existing in, on, or mental, health or safety conmake any representation or warranty relating to the title or any physical, environin any way relating toat any any andexisting all responsibilities mental, health or safety conrelating to the property, and ditions in, on, or warranty relating toenvironthe title or anyconditions physical, mental, health or safety consuch expressly or liabilities arising out at of or ditions existing in, on, or any and all responsibilities relating to the property, and or any physical, environmental, health or safety conditions existing in, on, at or are disclaimed. in any way relating toof any relating toallthe property, and or liabilities arising out or any andexisting responsibilities mental, health or safety conditions in, on, at or relating toallthe property, and such conditions any and responsibilities in any way relating toof any or liabilities arising out or ditions existing in,expressly on, atand or relating toallthe property, any and responsibilities are disclaimed. or liabilities arising out ofany or such conditions expressly in any way relating Pursuant totoNorth relating to the property, and any and all responsibilities or liabilities arising out of or in any way relating toofany are disclaimed. such conditions expressly Carolina General Statutes anyliabilities and all responsibilities or arising out or in any way relating any such conditions expressly are disclaimed. Section 45-21.10, any sucPursuant toto or liabilities arising out ofany or in any way relating toNorth such conditions expressly are disclaimed. cessful bidder may be reCarolina General Statutes Pursuant to North in any way relating to any such conditions expressly are disclaimed. quired to deposit expressly with the Section 45-21.10, any sucCarolina General Statutes Pursuant to North such conditions are disclaimed. Substitute Trustee immedicessful bidder may be rePursuant to North Section Carolina General Statutes are disclaimed. 45-21.10, any sucPursuant to North ately upon conclusion of the quired to deposit with the Carolina General Statutes Section cessful bidder mayany be re45-21.10, sucPursuant to North Carolina General Statutes sale a to cash deposit in an Substitute Trustee immediSection 45-21.10, sucquired deposit with the cessful bidder mayany be rePursuant to North Carolina General Statutes Section 45-21.10, any amount not to may exceed the ately upon conclusion ofsucthe cessful bidder be reSubstitute Trustee immediquired to deposit with Carolina General Statutes Section 45-21.10, any successful bidder mayimmedibe regreater of ten percent (10%) sale a to cash deposit in an quired deposit with the ately upon conclusion of Substitute Trustee Section 45-21.10, any successful bidder may be required to deposit with the of thea amount bid. Any sucamount not to exceed the Substitute Trustee immedisale cash deposit in an ately upon conclusion of the cessful bidder may be required to deposit with the Substitute Trustee immedicessful bidder shall be regreater of ten percent (10%) ately upon conclusion of amount not to exceed the sale a cash deposit in an quired to deposit with the Substitute Trustee immediately upon conclusion of the quired to tender the full balof the amount bid. Any sucsale a cash deposit in an greater of ten percent (10%) amount not to exceed the Substitute Trustee immediately upon conclusion of the sale cash deposit in an ance of the purchase price cessful bidder shall be reamount not to exceed the of thea amount bid. Any sucgreater of ten percent (10%) ately upon conclusion of the sale a cash deposit in an amount not to exceed the so bid in cash or certified quired to tender theAny full balgreater of ten percent (10%) cessful bidder shall be reof the amount bid. sucsale a cash deposit in an amount not to exceed the greater of ten percent (10%) check at the time the Substiance the purchase price of the of amount bid. Any sucquired to tender the full balcessful bidder shall be(10%) reamount not to exceed the greater of ten percent of the amount bid. Any suctute Trustee tenders to him so bid in cash or certified cessful shall be re-a ance of the purchase price quired tobidder tender the full balgreater of ten percent (10%) of thefor amount bid. Any successful bidder shall be redeed the Property or atcheck at time the Substiquired to tender the full balso bidof in cash or certified ance the purchase price of the amount bid. Any successful bidder shall be re-a quired to tender the full baltempts to tender such deed, tute Trustee tenders to him ance of purchase price check at the time the Substiso bid in cash or certified cessful bidder shall be required to tender the full balance of the purchase price and should said successful deed for the Property or atso bid in cash or certified tute Trustee tenders to him a check atto the time the Substiquired tender the full balance of the purchase price so bid in cash or certified bidder fail to pay the full tempts to tender such deed, check at the time the Substideed for the Property or attute Trustee tenders to him a ance of the purchase price so bid in cash or certified check at the time the Substibalance of theor purchase andbid should said successful tute Trustee tenders to him a tempts to tender such deed, deed for the Property or atso in cash certified check at the time the Substitute Trustee tenders to him a price so bid at that time, he bidder fail to pay the full deed for the Property or atand should said successful tempts to tender such deed, check at the time the Substitute Trustee tenders to him a deed forto the Property or atshall remain liable on his bid balance of the purchase tempts tender such deed, bidder fail to pay the full and should said successful tute Trustee tenders toor him a deed for the Property attempts to tender such deed, as provided for in North price so bid at that time, he and should said successful balance of the purchase bidder fail to pay the full deedshould for Property or attempts tothe tender such deed, and said successful Carolina General Statutes shall remain liable on his bid bidder fail to pay thedeed, full price soto bid at that time, he balance of the purchase tempts tender such and should said successful bidder to pay the full Sections 45-21.30(d) and as provided for in North balance of the purchase shall remain liable on his bid price sofail bid at that time, he and should said successful bidder fail to pay the full balance of the purchase (e). Inremain to on the purCarolina General Statutes price soaddition bid atthe that time, he as provided for in North shall liable his bid bidder fail to pay the full balance of purchase price so bid atfor thaton time, he chase price so bid any sucSections 45-21.30(d) and shall remain liable his bid Carolina General Statutes as provided in North balance of the purchase price so bid at that time, he shall remain liable his bid cessful bidder will also be (e). provided In addition toon the puras for in North Sections 45-21.30(d) and Carolina General Statutes price so bid at that time, he shall remain liable on his bid as provided for in North responsible for payment of chase price so bid any sucCarolina General Statutes (e). Inremain addition to on the purSections 45-21.30(d) and shallprovided liable his bid as for in North Carolina General Statutes revenue stamps and other cessful bidder will also be Sections 45-21.30(d) and chase price so bid any suc(e). In addition to the puras provided for in North Carolina General Statutes Sections 45-21.30(d) and costs closing the sale, inresponsible forbid payment of (e). Inof addition to the purcessful bidder will also be chase price so any sucCarolina General Statutes Sections 45-21.30(d) and (e). In price addition to the purcluding fees and costs of the revenue stamps and other chase so bid any sucresponsible for payment of cessful bidder will also be Sections 45-21.30(d) and (e). In addition to the purchase price so any sucSubstitute Trustee incurred costs closing the sale, incessful bidder will also be revenue stamps and other responsible forbid payment of (e). Inof addition to the purchase price so any successful bidder will also be after the date ofbid sale. cluding fees and costs of the responsible for payment of costs of closing the sale, inrevenue stamps and other chase price so bid any successful bidder will also be responsible for the payment of Substitute Trustee incurred revenue stamps and other cluding fees and costs of the costs of closing sale, incessful bidder will also be responsible for payment of revenue stamps and other after the date of the sale. The sale will be held costs of closing sale, inSubstitute Trustee incurred cluding fees and costs of the responsible for payment of revenue stampsthe and other costs of closing sale, inopen for ten (10) days for cluding fees and costs of the after the date of sale. Substitute Trustee incurred revenue stamps and other costs of closing the sale, including fees and costs ofheld the upset as by law Substitute Trustee The sale willincurred be after date of sale. coststhe ofbids closing the sale, including fees and costs of rethe Substitute Trustee incurred quired. after the date of(10) sale. open for ten for The sale willdays beofheld cluding fees and costs the Substitute Trustee incurred after the date of sale. upset bids as by law reopen for ten (10) days for The sale will be held Substitute Trustee incurred after the date of sale. quired. The willdays be held upset bids as by law reopen for tensale (10) for DATE OF SALE: after the date of sale. The sale willdays be held open for ten for quired. upset bids as(10) by law reSeptember 30, 2011 The sale will be held open tenas(10) days for upset bids by law required. DATE for OF SALE: The sale will be held open for ten (10) days for upset bids as by law required. September 30, 2011 DATE OF SALE: open for ten (10) days for HOUR OF SALE: upset bids as by law required. DATE SALE: upset OF bids as2011 by law reSeptember 30, quired. 12:00 Noon DATE quired.OF September 30, 2011 HOUR OFSALE: SALE: DATE OF SALE: September 30, 2011 12:00 Noon HOUR OF SALE: PLACE OF SALE: DATE OF SALE: September 30, 2011 DATE OF SALE: HOUR 12:00 Noon Polk County Courthouse September 30, 2011 HOUR OF September 30, 2011 PLACE OFSALE: SALE: 12:00 Noon HOUR OF SALE: 12:00 Noon Polk County Courthouse PLACE OF SALE: SALE: nd HOUR OF This 2Noon of September, 12:00 PLACE OF day SALE: HOUR OF SALE: Polk County Courthouse 12:00 Noon 2011. PLACE OF SALE: Polk County Courthouse 12:00 Noon nd This 2 OF day of September, PLACE SALE: Polk County Courthouse PLACE OF day SALE: 2011. This 2 nd of September, Polk County Courthouse PLACE OFday SALE: Polk County Courthouse 2011. This 2 nd of September, William A. McFarland, Jr., nd Polk County Courthouse This 2 day of September, 2011. Substitute Trustee, nd day This 2 of September, 2011. William A. day McFarland, Jr., McFarland and This 2 nd of McFarland, September, 2011. This 2 nd of September, PLLC Substitute Trustee, William A. day McFarland, Jr., 2011. 2011. McFarland and McFarland, William A. McFarland, Jr., 39 S. Trade St. Substitute Trustee, William A. McFarland, Jr., PLLC NC McFarland and McFarland, Substitute Trustee, Tryon, 28782 William A. McFarland, Jr., Substitute Trustee, 39 S. Trade St. PLLC McFarland and 859-9131 McFarland, Telephone: (828) William A. McFarland, Jr., Substitute Trustee, McFarland and McFarland, PLLC Tryon, NC 28782 39 S. Trade St. William A. McFarland, Jr., ADV 9/16 & 9/23/2011 Substitute Trustee, McFarland and McFarland, PLLC 39 S. Trade St. Telephone: (828) 859-9131 Tryon, NC 28782 Substitute Trustee, McFarland and McFarland, PLLC 39 S. 9/16 Trade St. Tryon, NC 28782 McFarland and McFarland, ADV &(828) 9/23/2011 Telephone: 859-9131 PLLC 39 S. Trade St. Tryon, NC & 28782 PLLC Telephone: (828) 859-9131 ADV 9/16 9/23/2011 39 S. Trade St. Tryon, NC 28782 Telephone: (828) 859-9131 39 S.9/16 Trade St. ADV 9/23/2011 Tryon, NC & 28782


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Friday, September 23, 2011

Chomping apples and PLU codes We’ve all heard the saying, with the skin on, because about “an apple a day keeps the doctor half of an apple’s vitamin C away,” but did you know there’s content is found in its skin. more truth to that old adage than Apples also make an ideal prodmost people realize? uct for whitening teeth, due to That’s right, apples are really their astringent properties. delicious, low in calories and Apples, and other crunchy still very inexpensive. The two produce, like celery, and carrots most popular varieties are Red act like tiny little toothbrushes Delicious and Granny Smith, when chewed. but there are literally hundreds of When choosing apples, or any apple varieties other produce to choose from. at your local Diet & Exercise Just why are I recby David Crocker grocers, apples so good ommend you for us anyway? learn how to Well, first, apples are a great read the produce PLU code. Most source of both soluble and in- people don’t know that this code soluble fiber. The soluble fiber tells you a lot about your fruits from apples comes in the form and vegetables. PLU stands for of pectin. Pectin helps prevent price look up, and is a series of the build up of cholesterol in the numbers found on a tiny sticker lining of blood vessels, thereby affixed to the fruit or vegetable. helping reduce risk of heart If there are four numbers in disease. the code, the produce was conInsoluble fiber from apples ventionally grown. That is, the provides bulk needed by the produce was grown with chemiintestinal tract to help keep food cal inputs. Not the best for you. moving through the body. Pectin If the number in the code bein apples also helps bring blood gins with 8, there will be a series pressure to normal levels, and of five numbers. This means the regulates the body’s blood sugar produce was genetically engilevels. neered. Stay away from those. Apples contain an exclusive If the PLU code begins with flavanoid called phloridzin, that the number 9, it will also be in may protect post-menopausal a series of five numbers. That women from osteoporosis by means that the produce was orincreasing bone density. Ap- ganically grown. Choose those. ples also contain boron, which I recommend you become a strengthens bone. Researchers label reader. Pay attention to how believe that apples may reduce your food was grown, processed the risk of lung, breast, liver, and from where it comes. prostate and colon cancers. You’ll not only enjoy your One Cornell University study food more, but you’ll be healthier showed that children who drank for it. apple juice on a daily basis, had Diet or exercise question? fewer asthma symptoms that Email me at dwcrocker77@ children who didn’t, and another gmail.com or visit fitness4yourCornell study found that quer- life.org. David Crocker of Lancetin, found in apples, protected drum has been a nutritionist for brain cells from free radical dam- 24 years. He served as strength age, that may lead to Alzheimer’s director of the Spartanburg disease. Y.M.C.A., head strength coach Apples are also great for those for the S.C. stated champion girls trying to lose weight, because gymnastic team, USC-Spartanthey’re low in calories, and fat burg baseball team, Converse free. college equestrian team, lead Also, their high fiber con- trainer to L.H. Fields modeling tent helps you feel fuller, lon- agency, and taught four semesger. I recommend eating apples ters at USC-Union.


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BRCC opens 19th season with pianist, Ryan Fogg, Sept. 27 The Blue Ridge Community College (BRCC) concert series opens its 19th season with a performance by pianist Ryan Fogg on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the Thomas Auditorium. The program will feature “Sonata in C minor, D. 958,” by Schubert, “Miroirs” by Ravel and “Mephisto Waltz No. 1” by Liszt. There is a charge for admission

UUF meeting, “Going Home” The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (UUF) will meet at the Tryon Youth Center on Rt. 176 on Sunday, Sept. 25 at 10:30 a.m. Reverend Jean Rowe will speak on the topic, “Going Home.” “Is it true that one can’t go home again? Or are there other ways of finding home? Much of life, it seems, is a quest for at home-ness, finding the place (or people) just right, finding peace and warmth and belonging. Many never find it. Finding the right vocation or avocation is a kind of homecoming, as well. There are activities where we find our true abode, and activities that just aren’t for us that we just can’t dwell in, as well. End of life issues are another kind of going home. We’ll explore these many facets of “going home,” and sing about it, as well,” said Rowe. Following the 10:30 a.m. service, there will be a reception with food, punch and coffee. On Sunday, Sept. 25 at noon, a memorial service will be held for Robert Shuford, longtime member of TUUF, board member and dear friend who died in early August following complications from diabetes. For information call 828-894 5776 or visit www. uutryonnc.org. - article submitted by Dan Dworkin

to this event. Proceeds benefit the college’s community enrichment program. Thomas Auditorium is located in the Sink Building on BRCC’s Henderson County campus. For more information please contact Martha Howell at 828694-1743 or by email at marthah@ blueridge.edu. - article submitted by Kevin Ayesh

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Dogs rule the roost in this home I am Bonnie I am alpha dog. what you give us every day, BonSquirrel! nie, so I know God listens very There is a flea on my bum carefully to all prayers for dogs. right now … I got into the garAnd I am well! bage because I like tuna cans. This is Rosie. Rain is good it makes it I love Bonnie so much but very easy to smell what came she does not love me so much out of the woods last night … because she was the only dog there was posand then I came sum and a BIG live here be“I’m Just tocause dog! I barked Mom and and barked and Saying…” Dad said I am Mom yelled a “rescue” and by Pam Stone stop that bark, need a good barking! home where That donkey in the field is a nobody will hit me anymore. murderer. Bonnie was mad but now she I was very sick awhile ago. I says it is OK, but just OK. had to go to the hospital many I have one eye. I had two times and my nose was bleed- eyes, but I lost one. I did not reing and Mom would not tell me ally lose it the vet took it I don’t what she and the vet were talking know why maybe she really likes about but every time we drove eyes. But I see good with my home Mom was crying and held other eye and I follow Bonnie me all the time. everywhere. I could not eat or walk and Everybody who looks at me Rosie cried too and Dad kept says to Mom why does she only saying, maybe she’ll get better have one eye and Mom says, and Mom would cry again and “Well, you can’t eat a dog all at say she asked everybody on once.” They are often shocked Facebook and church to pray for and walk away and Mom says me. I don’t know what that is. that will teach them not to ask Then Mom told me she asked rude questions. God to make me better and I said I have to pee. what is God and she said God OK Goodbye. is unconditional love and that’s Bonnie and Rosie

TBFC holds its monthly luncheon Thermal Belt Friendship Council (TBFC) will hold its monthly luncheon this Saturday, Sept. 24 at 11:45 a.m. at El Sureno in Columbus. All are invited. The Friendship Council is active in bringing peoples of various races and ethnic backgrounds together in the various events it sponsors, such as the annual friendship picnic at Harmon Field in June, Christmas caroling and potluck and the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. commemoration held at Tryon Fine Arts Center every year in January. The Friendship Council has

no membership requirements, no dues and there is never a charge for its events. Council members meet the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Roseland Community Center located on Peake Street in Tryon (except June, July and August) to plan activities. All members of the community are invited to come and participate in the meetings. More information on The Friendship Council can be found by visiting www.friendshipcouncil.homestead.com or by calling 828-457-2426. - article submitted by Lynnea Stadelmann


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Sept. 23 - 25

The Capitol Steps - Flat Rock Playhouse*

Sept. 23 - Oct. 2

Shear Madness - Flat Rock Playhouse*

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The Music Man - Hendersonville Little Theatre

Sept. 24-25

Annie - Spartanburg Little Theatre

Sept. 23 - Oct. 9

Guys & Dolls - Asheville Community Theatre

THE PEG SUS GROUP

*Flat Rock Playhouse now provides audio descriptive services during the final Saturday matinee of each main stage production. Call for Artists: Upstate Book Project. 29 artists needed. Application and details at www.theupstatebookproject.com

Concerts

Sept. 23 Oct. 15

New York City

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Asheville Cinema Society’s second season

Diana Wortham Theatre

Doc Watson and David Holt - Diana Wortham Theatre

Art Exhibits Sept. 23 - Sept. 28 Jim Cullen and Scott Neely - Chapman Cultural Center

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Asheville Community Theater (ACT) - Asheville, www.ashevilletheatre. org or 828-254-1320. Blumenthal Center, 130 N. Tryon St., Charlotte, 704.372.1000. Centre Stage, 501 River Street, Greenville, SC, 864-233-6733, www.centrestage.org. Chapman Cultural Center, 200 East St. John Street, Spartanburg, 864-2789698. Converse College, 580 East Main Street, Spartanburg, 800-766-1125, www. converse.edu. Diana Wortham Theatre - 2 S. Pack Sq., Asheville, 828-257-4530, www. dwtheatre.com. Flat Rock Playhouse, Greenville Hwy., Flat Rock, N.C., 828-693-0731, www. flatrockplayhouse.org. Hendersonville Little Theater, 1025 State Street, Hendersonville, 828-6921082, www.hendersonvillelittletheater.org. ICC Foundation, Spindale, 828-286-9990, www.foundationshows.org. Peace Center, 300 S. Main St., Greenville, 800-888-7768, www.peacecenter. org. Time Warner Uptown Amphitheatre, 1000 Seaboard St., Charlotte. www. livenation.com. Spartanburg Little Theatre, 200 E. St. John St., Spbrg, 864-585-8278, www. spartanburglittletheatre.org. Verizon Amphitheatre, 707 Pavillion Blvd., Charlotte., www.jumboticket. com.

The Four Gospels Friday, Sept. 23 Moores Grove Baptist Church will host The Four Gospels service at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23.

1605 Asheville Highway Hendersonville, NC 28791

The church is located off Hwy. 108. Rev. Theodore Kelly is the pastor. - article submitted

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Sometimes I’m asked what “Mind Body Connection” means. I’ve begun to explain it this way: the brain is an organ in our body with its own tasks to perform, just as the rest of our organs do. The heart pumps blood throughout the body to deliver oxygen to our cells. The stomach and gut absorbs our meals to deliver food to our cells. Our kidneys filter out some of the left over waste after our food is used up … and so on. The brain’s job is, in very simple terms, three part: to run our automatic systems (heart, lungs and the like), to produce and process our emotions, and to think. In these terms, the mind is not just “connected” to the body: it is one part of the living body. The thinking part thinks in pictures, in words and in feelings. The thinking pathways are through the nerves, with which our brains are packed, and which connect to everything else in our bodies. And in some ways, over time, our thinking wears ruts in our neural pathways so the thoughts we produce happen automatically. Over the 15 plus years I’ve been a practicing therapist, I’ve noticed that what happens very early in our lives affects the neural pathways we use automatically and the way we think automatically for the rest of our lives, for good and for ill, until we become consciously aware of it and are able to change it. There is extensive literature about the branch of developmental trauma that examines

Journey to wellness by Randy Grant

what goes wrong, when it goes wrong - sometimes even before birth, and the long term effects of those events that were traumatic. Psychotherapy can often help us make the changes we want to make, from more straightforward problems such as being able to pass trucks on a winding highway without anxiety or panic, to more complicated problems such as learning how to trust our own good judgment about other people in our lives and in our close relationships. Just one intervention that I and my clients find very useful is guided imagery using pictures, words and physical feelings in order to experience sensations of safety and comfort in the body. Then we can connect the new positive sensations to the old problems and difficulties, changing them by eliminating the fear, anger and/or sadness that we felt. There are many other ways of changing the negative pathways in our brain. Most of the time people I work with find this kind of approach, when it’s appropriate, is very subtle, bringing about desired changes without great effort or angst. Best of all, the changes last over time because the brain has learned to use new neural pathways that lead to positive emotions, thoughts and feelings.

Rock Springs homecoming, Sept. 25 Rock Springs Baptist Church plans to host its homecoming Sunday, Sept. 25 at 11 a.m. Rev. Albert Teague will serve as the event’s guest speaker while the spiritual group, Pilgrims on a Journey, provides special music for the service. natural way- page 6

A dinner in the church’s fellowship hall will follow the service. There will be no Sunday school or evening church service this week. The church is located at 191 Doug Hill Road, Landrum. – article submitted


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Sometimes it’s just mean to be I am often approached and sad eyes. “Can you help her Lennie?” asked to be on the lookout for a certain kind of dog. Frances asked pleadingly. “I have to get to work this Usually this occurs when someone has recently lost a pet morning but I’ll take her over to or the one they have is aging. Landrum vet, they’ll hold her till Many are animals I did not I figure something out,” I said. know or have barely known, but I opened the door and sat in a few are my kids from the past. with her a moment, she was very loving After sincere and receptive condolences my Humane Society and most defimessage is alSpecial Cases ways the same, nitely pregnant. Leonard Rizzo “Unfortunately She seemed in God only lends good health them to us.” and relished I have recently received the my hands on her as I quickmessage that Dolly, one of my ly examined her for injury kids from the past, has left us. or mistreatment. I estimated She was a sweet Saint Bernard her to be around 3 years old. who gave great hugs. The sto- F r a n c e s a s k e d , “ H o w d o ries I am told (which all are true) you think she got there?” are that how special their dog As I scooped her up in my arms was, as I felt about my Monty I said, “I can only assume dear and feel today about my Allie. and you don’t want to know The perfect dog to fulfill what I think.” these situations are not always I gave Frances a reassureasy, but they’re out there as ing hug, placed the dachsdepicted in my “Best medicine” hund in my car and headstories. ed toward Landrum vet. Still, when the time is right “Don’t worry Darlin, no one and the folks are sincerely will abandon you again,” I said, ready, I can often make a pretty stoking her as I drove. good match. When I arrived, only Elaine, A few weeks ago I was ap- their staff chief was there and proached by a dear lady and her eyes lit up when she saw told they’d lost their beloved what I was holding. dachshund and would I keep an “I think she was dumped, eye out. Keeping up is difficult Elaine and it looks like pups to do, so I added their names to are on the way, could you all my watch list and put it on the take her on until I figure out back burner. what to do?” Then one morning while “No problem Lennie,” she leaving breakfast at TJ’s, a replied, eager to take her from friend pulled up and shouted, me. “Lennie, I’m glad I’ve caught “Thanks dear, I have to get you, I have a problem.” to work, but I’ll check in after It was Frances, a good friend my shift,” I said. and often a breakfast companion “What shall we call her?” with our group. Elaine asked. “What is it dear, I’m a lit“I’ve been calling her Dartle pressed for time,” I said. lin,” I replied. Frances walked me to her car “Okay,” Elaine answered and pointed in the back seat. giggling, “Darlin without the “I found her laying by the G.” road near my house, she is After work I headed back very pregnant,” Frances said. to see how Darlin was doing. It was a cute little dachshund I learned from Dr. Raines that who had her head on her paws she’d already had her pups and just looked up at me with and was drying up, other-

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wise she was in good health. “Thanks, Donna, we’re slammed at the shelter but I’ll get her there as soon as I can,” I said. “Oh no,” Donna replied, “We all agreed, she’s to stay here till we find her a home.” Elaine stood by grinning as I doled out tearful hugs all around. The next day when I went to check on Darlin and a few of my other kids, I noticed the name Rizzo was replaced on her card and Darlin was changed to Molly. It seems Elaine had called the very people who had contacted me a few weeks ago and they came in and adopted the sweet little girl on the spot. I looked up to the heavens with a big smile on my face and whispered a silent prayer of thanks. “I should have known better. I may fall down on the job now and then, but You never do,” I said. For those of you who read last week’s column, a quick update. Jewel is now running around and playing with a whole group of dogs at Dogwood Farms. I literally wept with joy when I saw her playfully interacting for the first time.

It seems all who meet her just love her, even the other dogs. Her problems remain but there has been noticeable improvement. Thanks again to my angel who is still paying for her meds and to Dr. Jones who is paying for her special vitamins and who left a nice donation for her care at Dogwood Farms. He also supports Lennie’s kids every chance he gets. Bless them all. Blossom, the beautiful AmStaff, has found a home, much thanks to Josh. Muffin is doing okay but prefers women to men. She ignores Josh and even myself but sits and looks up with loving attention when Astrid (Josh’s lovely wife) tends to her. Bojangles had his leg removed and the operation went beautifully, the leg is gone but the purr machine remains in tact. Bo also has a home and will be joining two other little white tripods as soon as he heals up. Elaine also had a hand in this adoption, she’s on a roll. It is a perfect scenario for little Bo, God bless you Bud, but somehow I think He already has. Today I kind of feel like Tiny Tim from the Christmas Carol and I just want to shout out “God bless you one and all.” Thanks for listening.


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September’s promise of fall ahead lie Ward Memorial Pig Out happen. Charlie would have been delighted to see the warmth and love shared with good people, music, and food. Saluda Community Land Trust meets 3 p.m. first and third Wednesday at the Pavilion at McCreery Park. Hikes are schedM i d - S e p t e m b e r b r i n g s uled on the first and third Sunday splotches of color, promising of each month, weather permitting. Meet at the library parking fall ahead. Flares of goldenrod spikes, lot at 2 p.m. For information, call Nancy Barnett apple harvest at 749-4661 or and busy squirSaluda Chuck Hearon rels hoarding News & at 749-9886. acorns mark The Saluda mellowing days. Notations Tailgate MarDowntown by Bonnie Bardos ket continues Saluda, soft on Fridays from breezes rustle through maple trees, sending 4:30-6:30. You can pick up just a leaf or two dancing along about everything you need for a sidewalks, town benches en- lovely Indian summer meal, plus courage passerby to sit, enjoy enjoy fresh-squeezed lemonade life awhile, and watch peo- from Wylie’s stand as you enjoy ple stroll by. Mouth-watering the market. No one leaves withscents waft from restaurants. out a smile! On Sept. 27, bring a picnic Life slows down, sweet as Saluda honey: all a reminder to for Music in the Park evening, stop and enjoy the ‘little’ things which is part of Saluda’s 130th birthday celebration. This will be of life. One golden Saturday, I sat at McCreery Park from 6-8 p.m. A community cookout is down on a bench with Charlotte friends, thinking how much I planned at the Saluda Center on love Saluda: the people who Sept. 29, 6 p.m. Ceri Dando, a former neighcontinue to make it a magical place - getting hugs and smiles, bor who owned the stately Oaks petting puppies. My friends were B&B up Greenville Street, has wishing they could move here by lived in Mexico a number of the time they saw the charm of years. Recently he came by with Jacque Minick and enjoyed a small town life! - page 6 front porch to catch on my Community: Thank clearwtr you to all visit who made Saluda’s annual Char- up on Saluda news. “My stars in the sky made a soft rustling sound. And I listened to them, seated on the side of the road. In those good September evenings when I felt drops of dew on my brow, like a strong wine…” – Arthur Rimbaud

During the visit, they remarked about the porch plants looking so happy: I explained it’s because my plants get morning coffee too! Saluda artist Dale McEntire has insightful landscape paintings featured at Upstairs Artspace, 49 South Trade Street, Tryon through Oct. 1. Dale’s Isothermal art students are showing work with a sunflower theme at Saluda Center this month, so stop by both exhibits. Dale has been a true friend and inspiration to myself and many others; he’s a special part of Saluda. Recently his hand was injured, so please send positive thoughts his way. Dale is healing well, but needs to take it easy a while. Happy September Birthday to Dale McEntire, Joni Rauschenbach, Peggy Moffat, Sonya Monts, Linda Kaye Haynes, Carol Kenfield, Debbie Fisher, Leslie Jespersen, Linda Mintz, Betty Thompson, Sheila Billeter, Cary Pace, Ross Arrington, Hop Foster. Thank you, dear readers for reading this column. Every month, it’s my goal to make you feel welcome here in Saluda: as if you were enjoying a visit with me on the porch swing - that’s called ‘Saluda Time’! Please feel free to contact me at bbardos@gmail.com; or 749-1153. You may also visit my website at bonniebardos.com for more writing and art, or find me on facebook.

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Cardinals face big test against Liberty to defend streak by Joey Millwood

Friday night will be a test for the Landrum football team. The Cardinals will lock horns with Liberty, a battle of unbeatens. Landrum will find out how it stacks up against some fellow region foes in this game. “It will be a big test,” Landrum head coach Russell Mahaffey said. Liberty, like Landrum, is 4-0, but two of those wins have come against Christ Church and Blacksburg. The Cardinals will open up region play next week, but this could definitely be a window into the region Want to go? as to how they stack up. What: Landrum vs. Liberty The Red D e v i l s b e a t When: Friday, Sept. 23 @ Christ Church 7:30 p.m. in their open- ing game this Where: Landrum High School season 20-6. Liberty beat Blacksburg last week 34-6. Liberty plays a double-wing offense and a shade defense that Landrum quarterback Brandon Cannon scrambles against the Chesnee defense earlier this season. The is designed to slow down the run. Cardinals host Liberty at 7:30 tonight in a battle of unbeatens. (photo by Joey Millwood) They’ll need it on Friday night. The Cardinals have been ground. McDowell ran for over ant, Chasten Thomas and Ryan done so without an integral part. dominant on the ground and 100 yards and two touchdowns Herbst. The Cardinals have been That’ll all change this week. in the air. Senior quarterback last week as the Cardinals beat effective this season, sometimes Kaleb Kuykendall, the big Brandon Cannon has been Dixie on the road. dominant on defense. hitter on the Cardinal defense, nearly impossible to stop this Jordan Lindsey and Peyton “We will have to work hard will return. Landrum will need season. He’s picked apart de- McCarter are legitimate threats to contain them,” Mahaffey him because Liberty’s running fenses with his arm and his legs. to catch the ball and get yards said. game is strong. But it doesn’t stop there for the after the catch at any moment. The Cardinal defense will be Fans can expect a big one Cardinals offense. On defense, the Cardinals whole tonight for the first time on Friday night when these Cole McDowell has also have gotten strong play from this season. The defense has unbeatens collide. Kickoff is at proven to be a force on the Cannon, T.J. Fincher, Alex Bry- played well this season, but has 7:30 p.m.


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Wolverines hit the road to take on Mountain Heritage by Daniel Hecht

Fresh off last week’s dominating win over Madison, Polk County will take their perfect conference record on the road this evening, heading up the mountain to Yancey County for a showdown with the Cougars of Mountain Heritage High School. Although the Cougars were shut out 27-0 in their conference opener at Hendersonville last week, Polk head coach Bruce Ollis is quick to note that a road trip to Burnsville is rarely a cakewalk. “All conference games are huge, but the Mountain Heritage game seems to have morphed into something bigger,” said Polk head coach Bruce Ollis. “We feel like we should be in the hunt for a conference title most seasons, and Coach Robinson has their program where they are a force to be reckoned with in the WHC every year.” The Wolverines and Cougars have shared the last two Western Highlands Conference titles. Mountain Heritage runs a Wing-T attack out of the shotgun, an offense that can be very deceptive because of all the faking and misdirection. Even though the Cougars are primarily a ground-based team, with a 3-1 run to pass ratio, Ol-

lis notes that the effectiveness of their run game sets up the potential for home run passes off play action. “They run a multitude of formations offensively, so we have put in a lot of preparation time on defense as a result,” said Ollis. The Cougars will be led by middle linebacker Austin Rice, the Western Highlands Conference defensive player of the year. Rice and his teammates will have their hands full attempting to contain an explosive Polk County offense that has already found the end zone 19 times. Wolverine quarterback Alec Philpott (19 for 31, 436 yards, 3 TDs) will have a multitude of offensive weapons at his disposal, including Cary Littlejohn (64 carries for 453 yards and 9 TDs), Jay Sutton (30 carries for 147 yards and 2 TDs) and Joel Booker (16 catches for 335 yards and 3 TDs). “This [MHHS] is a program that is just two seasons removed from playing for a state championship, so we will get their best effort, and we will have to play as well as possible to come back to Columbus with a victory.” The action begins tonight at 7:30 under the lights at Mountain Heritage High School in Burnsville.

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Insurance coverage meeting, Sept. 28 Crystal Laughter, admissions coordinator and Sue St. Pierre, business office manager of White Oak manor, will offer simple explanations to questions regarding Medicare, HMOs and other insurance coverage to the residents of White Oak and Oak Hill, Wednesday, Sept. 28. Those who would like to join the group for complimentary lunch and informational meeting, please RSVP by calling the apartment office at 828-8595871 by Monday, Sept. 26. - article submitted by Faith Ross


gin and Florence Jackson Gibbs. SE, Atlanta, Ga. 30312. Contact ChurchofofMill the He was a veteran He wasCreek a member ing served in the U.S. of WWII, hav- es at MLK Village, 125 Logan St. 678-862-3800. SE, Atlanta, Ga. 30312. Contact Brethren and ofMill Creek Church the Army, a member of sister: ing served in the U.S. Survivors are three sons, Alsister: 678-862-3800. SBrethren p r i n g Ve t e rMill ans and the VFW Post 10349 Army, a member of len (Rudy) Waymon of Syracuse, Survivors are three sons, AlLodge. served S p r i n gHeVe t e r a nins and the Woodmen of the VFW Post 10349 N.Y., Kenneth Simmons of Houslen (Rudy) Waymon of Syracuse, the U.S. Army as Medic during Lodge. He served in the World.and Mr.the Gibbs was the Woodmen of ton, Texas, and Lovell Simmons N.Y., Kenneth Simmons of HousWWII. the U.S. Army as Medic during husband of Omie Lee Laughter the World. Mr. Gibbs was the (Andrea) of Lawrenceville, ton, Texas, and Lovell Simmons In, addition wife, he is Gibbs, FWWII. riday September to 23,his 2011 T ryon Daily Bulletin  /  The World ’ s S mallest D aily N ewspaper Ga.; 1986. husbandwho of died OmieinLee Laughter one sister, Frances Fox of River(Andrea) of Lawrenceville, Ga.; survived by a to son, In addition hisBill wife,Horne he is Gibbs, Survivors include one daughwho died in 1986. dale, Ga.; three brothers, John Irone sister, Frances Fox of Riverof Green Creek; fourBill daughters, survived by a son, Horne ter,Survivors Patsy Gibbs Toney include one (Dean) daughvin Waymon of Antelope, Calif., dale, Ga.; three brothers, John IrJuanita offour Sunny View, of of GreenOdel Creek; daughters, N.C.; son, ter,Rutherfordton, Patsy Gibbs Toney (Dean) Carrol Waymon of San Diego, Marilyn andSunny ReginaView, Pate, Harold Juanita Horne Odel of Gibbs of Rutherfordton, of Rutherfordton, N.C.; son, vin Waymon of Antelope, Calif., Samuel of Carrol and Waymon of Waymon San Diego, both of Green and Laura Marilyn HorneCreek. and Regina Pate, N.C.; sister, Alvah Gibbs Calif., Haroldone Gibbs of Rutherfordton, Nyack, N.Y.; a host of grandchilCalif., and Samuel Waymon of Saenger of Hickory, four of both of Green Creek. N.C.; and Laura Columbus; andAlvah a brother N.C.; one sister, Gibbs, other Nyack,great-grandchildren, N.Y.; a host of grandchilsisters, Harrell of BakSaengerGeneva of Hickory, N.C.; four Herbert Gibbs and of Mill Spring., dren, of Columbus; a brother relatives and friends. dren, great-grandchildren, other ersville, N.C., Imogene sisters, Geneva Harrell ofBurns Bak- Also surviving grandchilHerbert Gibbsare offive Mill Spring. She was preceded in death by of Inman,N.C., S.C., Imogene Janice Fagan of dren, ersville, Burns Randy Toney (Kimberly), Also surviving are five grandchil- relatives and friends. both parents, Mary Kate John She was preceded in and death by Green Creek and Linda Horne of Inman, S.C., Janice Fagan of Marc ToneyToney (LeeAnn), Lora dren, Randy (Kimberly), D. Waymon; son, Van Waymon; both parents, Mary Kate and John of McAdenville, N.C.; 10 grandGreen Creek and Linda Horne Brock Gibbs (ColMarc (Jeff), ToneyJeffrey (LeeAnn), Lora Lucileson, Waddell and Nina D. Waymon; Van Waymon; children, Kim Odel, Kelly Brad- leen) of McAdenville, N.C.; 10 grandElizabeth Gibbs(Coland sisters, Brockand (Jeff), Jeffrey Gibbs Simone (Eunice) and brother, sisters, Lucile Waddell and Nina ley, Lee Bradley, Brandon children, Kim Odel, KellyHorne, Brad- six great-grandchildren, Mason leen) and Elizabeth Gibbs and Harold Waymon Sr. Simone (Eunice) and brother, Ashley ley, Lee Horne, Bradley,Rebecca Brandon Horne, Horne, Toney, Kevin Gibbs, Anthony six great-grandchildren, Mason Joseph Jacob Pate,Horne, Miles Brock, Ashley Pate, Horne, Rebecca Nick Gibbs Harold Waymon Sr. Toney, Bryan KevinGibbs, Gibbs, Anthony Saenger and Will and and Joseph Pate, JacobSaenger; Pate, Miles Zane Gibbs. Brock, Bryan Gibbs, Nick Gibbs five great-grandchildren. Saenger and Will Saenger; and andFuneral services were held Must 7/19/11 Zane Gibbs. family will receive Sunday, fiveThe great-grandchildren. Julyservices 16, in the McFarFuneral were held Must 7/19/11 friends 11:30 The from family willa.m.-1:30 receive land Funeral Tryon. Sunday, JulyChapel, 16, in the McFarp.m. Friday, July11:30 15 at Mill Creek land friends from a.m.-1:30 Burial was in Polk MemoFuneral Chapel, Tryon. A group of ready torial help with awas previous N.C.Memo“Big Sweep” clean-up along the Green River. Church ofvolunteers the Brethren Fellowp.m. Friday, July 15 atgetting Mill Creek Gardens, Columbus, with Burial in Polk (photo submitted by services MarkFellowByington) ship Hall. will military Church of Funeral the Brethren rites byColumbus, the Polk County rial Gardens, with follow at 2Funeral p.m. inservices the church ship Hall. will Memorial Burial Squad. military rites by the Polk County sanctuary, Rev. Memorial follow at 2conducted p.m. in thebychurch Memorials may be made to Burial Squad. Steven Abe.conducted Burial will be the Hospice sanctuary, by inRev. of Rutherford County, Memorials may be made to Polk cemetery. County willwill joinbe theinrest areas, they won’t spend Rd. Cleanups will begin at 9 a.m. church Steven Abe. Burial the trashy P. O. Boxof336, Forest City, N.C. Hospice Rutherford County, of the state to play its be partmade of N.C. and they won’t return and last until noon. Volunteers Memorials may in money, church cemetery. 28043 or Hospice of theCity, Carolina P. O. Box 336, Forest N.C. “Big Sweep” on Saturday, Oct. 1. with their friends. Litter can be will meet at the Fishtop access memory of Brandon Horne to Memorials may be made in Foothills, 130 Forest Dr, 28043 or Hospice of theGlen Carolina During itsof24-year more human health hazard, when it parking area on Green River Cove the Leukemia andhistory, Lymphoma memory Brandon Horne to aColumbus, N.C.Forest 28722.Glen Dr, Foothills, 130 than 300,000 the water supply as Rd. Fishtop access is the large Society, 4530Big Park Rd, volun#240, contaminates the Leukemia andSweep Lymphoma The family will28722. be at the home Columbus, N.C. teers have4530 retrieved It’s also deadly to gravel parking lot at the bottom Charlotte, N.C. 28209. Society, Parkmore Rd,than10 #240, itofdecomposes. his family daughter, Patsy The will be at theGibbs home million pounds debris, which that eat litter or become of the switchbacks coming off Condolences may be left at wildlife Charlotte, N.C. of 28209. Toney, Radar Patsy Rd., Rutherof his 400 daughter, Gibbs is the visual equivalent more in it. Once entangled, Holbert Cove Rd. near Interstate www.pettyfuneralhome.com. Condolences may beofleft at entangled fordton, N.C.Radar Rd., RutherToney, 400 than 25,000 football fields five wildlife attracts other wildlife to 26 Saluda exit. Petty Funeral Home& Cremawww.pettyfuneralhome.com. An online fordton, N.C. guest register may feet deep in debris. same hazard. Volunteers can contact Polk tory,Petty Landrum. Funeral Home& Crema- the be An signed at www.mcfarlandfuonline guest register may Litter can last hundreds of Over 40 volunteers helped County Coordinator Mark Bytory, Landrum. neralchapel.com. be signed at www.mcfarlandfuyears in the environment. Before clean six miles of waterways ington at 828-859-6874 or go to McFarland Funeral Chapel, neralchapel.com. it decomposes, litter can hurt our and retrieved over 1,200 pounds the Big Sweep website at www. Tryon. McFarland Funeral Chapel, economy when businesses refuse in 2010. This year Polk County ncbigsweep.org to learn more. Tryon. to locate to an area if it is too efforts will focus on the Green - article submitted trashy. Tourists won’t linger in River Green River Cove by Mark Byington Mustalong 7/18/11

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