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Teens take Shakespeare on road Carolina Borderline, offering contemporary and traditional bluegrass, will host the first Bluegrass Jam in the auditorium of the Polk County Agricultural Center in Mill Spring Friday, Oct. 26 at 7:30 p.m. Carolina Borderline will play a few tunes then open the microphones to a huge jam session. Area acoustic musicians are encouraged to come share the spotlight. Concessions will also be available. The program is free to the public, but donations help to support renovations of the ag center and programming. For more information, call 828-894-2281
Here’s a list of upcoming meetings and events for area nonprofit community and governmental organizations:
Polk County Mobile Recycling, Thursdays, 7 a.m. noon, old Searcy Mill parking lot, Hwy. 108, Columbus. Saluda Center, Thursday (Continued on page 2)
Actors from the North Carolina Cast of Twelfth Night rehearse at Tryon Fine Arts Center (TFAC). The 50-minute version of the classic Shakespearean Comedy tells the story of love, disguises and trickery with five actors playing multiple roles. Pictured from left to right are Tij D’Oyen, Sara Seagle, Chelsea McCoyle, Alexa Hughes and Price Marshall. See page 6 for more information. (photo by Jeff Jenkins)
Polk discovers eighth meth lab of the year Four children found inside home by Leah Justice
The Polk County Sheriff’s Office busted its eighth methamphetamine lab of this year and
discovered four children ranging from ages two months to 7 years old living in the home. Officers said on Tuesday, Oct. 23, during the evening hours, the Polk County probation office and sheriff’s officers went to 108 Wolf
Branch Road in the Sunny View community for a routine check and discovered an active meth lab. William Damen Pack, 22, of 108 Wolf Branch Road and Erica
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“We could not be more impressed with the doctors, nurses and facilities at The Birth Place.” Emily Wilson of Columbus with Sophie, her second child born at RRHS.
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activities: knitting group, 9:30 a.m.; gentle Yin Yoga, 5:30 p.m. For more activities, email email@example.com or visit www.saluda.com. The Meeting Place Senior Center, Thursday activities include ceramics, 9:30 a.m.; devotions, 10 a.m.; bingo or movie, 12:30 p.m.; grocery shopping, 1 p.m.; yoga, 6 p.m. 828-894-0001. House of Flags Museum, open Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 33 Gibson Street, Columbus. Landrum Library, Lap Babies, 10 a.m., 20- 25 minute session for young children and care givers includes music, nursery rhymes, action poems and short books. Storytime at 10:30 a.m. for preschoolers includes books, music and fingerplays. Call 828457-2218. Polk County Historical Association, open Thursdays, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., 60 Walker St., Columbus, lower level. Free. Green Creek Community Center, Zumba exercise class, Tuesdays and Thursdays 9 a.m. and 7 p.m., in gym. Mill Spring VFW Post 10349, bingo, Thursdays, 7-9 p.m. (year round). 828-894-5098. NAMI Support Group, Thursdays, 7 - 8 p.m. in the blue room of Tryon Presbyterian Church, located on Harmon Field
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Road in Tryon. The group, sponsored by the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI), is for anyone feeling anxious or depressed and those with a diagnosis of a mental illness. All conversations are confidential. No charge. 828-817-0382. AA’s Sobriety and Beyond, Thursdays, 8-9 p.m., Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, 1024 W. Main St., Forest City. 828-863-1313. Alcoholics Anonymous, Thursdays, 8 p.m., CooperRiis, Mill Spring. 828-859-7099.
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Saluda Center, Friday events: chair exercise, 9:30 a.m.; Trash Train, 10 a.m.; NA Meeting, 8 p.m. For more activities, email email@example.com or visit www.saluda.com. The Meeting Place Senior Center, Friday activities include movie matinee at 10 a.m. and bingo or movie 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. Saluda’s Farmers Market, Fridays, 4:30 p.m., in downtown Saluda. Upstairs Artspace, “Heated Exchange,” a major international exhibit of encaustic art, on display through Nov. 17. Workshops in encaustic techniques also available. For more information, visit www.upstairsartspace.org, call 828-859-2828 or stop by the gallery at 49 S. Trade St., Tryon. 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.
Columbus farmer’s market, Saturdays, 8 a.m. - noon at Courthouse Square in downtown Columbus. Green Creek Community Center, Zumba class, Saturdays, 9 a.m. Grassroots Art Project,
holds art classes to benefit Lennie’s Fund and the Humane Society, Saturdays from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. There is no fee for the class and all materials will be provided. Classes are held at the Holy Cross Episcopal Church on Melrose Ave. in Tryon. Call 828899-0673 for more information. House of Flags Museum, open Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., 33 Gibson Street, Columbus. Mill Spring VFW Post 10349, will hold turkey shoots Saturdays at 10 a.m. until December at the VFW hall on Hwy. 108. For more information, contact 828-894-5098. Polk County Historical Association, open Saturdays, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., 60 Walker St., Columbus, lower level. Free. Tryon Fine Arts Center, Kindermusik and children’s art classes, Saturdays through Nov. 17. Call 828-859-8322 ext. 213 for more information. Turkey Shoots, for Mill Spring VFW Post 10349 will take place on Saturdays until December from 10 a.m. until at the VFW hall on Hwy. 108. For more information, call 828-894-5098. Tryon Fine Arts Center, Oil painting class for teens with Margaret Curtis, Saturdays, noon - 3 p.m. FENCE Oktoberfest, FENCE will host its first Okoberfest on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 3 – 9 p.m. The festival will feature exhibits from antique dealers and artists. The bands Special Edition and
Project X will also perform, while food from Haus Heidelberg of Hendersonville and Larkin’s Carolina Grill of Columbus will be available. For tickets, call FENCE at 828-859-9021 or www. fence.org. Democratic Party Annual Fall Rally, Democratic Party Annual Fall Rally - Saturday, Oct. 27 4:30-7 p.m. Harmon Field Cabin. Free BBQ dinner. Come meet our candidates and get fired up for the election. Everyone welcome. 828-894-0539
Slow Food Foothills Harvest Potluck and Fundraiser, Slow Food Foothills Harvest Potluck and Fundraiser will be held Sunday, Oct. 28, 2-6:30 p.m. LEAP Farm in the Brights Creek Community, Mill Spring. Bring a dish to share, place settings, blanket or chair. Fundraising opportunities. Live music by New Five Cent. www.slowfoodfoothills.org.
Polk County Mobile Recycling, Mondays, Harmon Field/ Tryon, 7 a.m. - noon. Polk County Democratic Headquaters, open Monday Friday, Oct. 15 - Nov. 6, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Get candidate and election information and register to vote. 828-894-0539. 64 Ward St., next to sheriff’s office in Columbus. Saluda Center, Mondays, chair exercise, 9:30 a.m.; line dance, 12:30 p.m.; Saluda Duplicate Bridge, 1:30 p.m. 828-749(Continued on page 19)
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Iashea Pack, 26, of 108 Wolf Branch Road were both arrested and charged with felony manufacturing methamphetamine, felony possession with intent to sell and deliver a schedule II controlled substance, felony maintaining a place/dwelling for a schedule II controlled substance and four counts each of misdemeanor child abuse, according to sheriff reports. The Polk County Department of Social Services (DSS) was immediately contacted and took the children into custody, officers said. The meth lab was determined to be one of the largest discovered in Polk County. The method used is referred to as “shake and bake,” with chemicals placed in a plastic drink bottle to create methamphetamine. Officers said one plastic bottle is able to produce approximately three grams of methamphetamine with a street value between $350 (Continued on page 4)
Law enforcement officers collected the following materials from a meth lab in Sunny View Tuesday, Oct. 23. (photo submitted)
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and $400. The mobile home is located in an unnamed mobile home park directly behind Coopers Gap Baptist Church off Coopers Gap Road in Sunny View. This is the eighth meth lab discovered in Polk County this year beginning in January when three separate labs were discovered in the woods in Mill Spring. In June, there were two meth labs discovered near River Road in Tryon. The county’s sixth meth lab this year was discovered in June in the same unnamed mobile home park in Sunny View where a container and propane tanks were found in a field. The county’s seventh meth lab was discovered on July 11 in the Silver Creek Community of Mill Spring. The latest discovery of a meth lab is the county’s 11th discovery since August 2011. Polk County’s largest meth lab in history was discovered in August 2011 in a Sunny View home where children were also found. Officers said Tuesday’s meth lab was comparable in size to the 2011 Sunny View meth lab discovery. Another meth lab was discovered in Green Creek in early November 2011 and the county’s third meth lab of 2011 was discovered in Lynn later in November, all resulting in arrests. Prior to the 2011, no meth labs had been discovered in Polk County since 2007.
William Damen Pack and Erica Iashea Pack were each given $104,000 bonds and as of Wednesday, Oct. 24 were still being held in jail, according to sheriff reports. The N.C. State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) assisted the sheriff’s office in processing the meth lab.
Internet bridge class Oct. 29 A two-hour class on playing bridge on the Internet is to be presented at the Polk County Library on Monday, Oct. 29 at 1 p.m. All students will be introduced and logged on to the Bridgebase. com website. Actual play on the website will be conducted with other members of the class. All the bells and whistles of BBO will be explained. Come to the class with a user name and password as
this will save considerable time. Google BBO to browse the website in advance. It is extremely user friendly. To register for the class, email email@example.com. You can also go to the Polk County Library website, publib.polknc. org, to learn more about the presentation. – article submitted by Dan Dworkin
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Twelfth Night hits the road Oct. 29 Tryon Fine Arts Center (TFAC) Fall Educational Theater touring student production of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night hits the road on Monday, Oct. 29 with 11 performances scheduled in North and South Carolina schools before the final performance at TFAC on Sunday, Nov. 4 at 3 p.m. Sponsored by Duke Energy, the 50-minute rendition of Shakespeare’s popular comedy will be performed for the public and more than 3,200 students free of charge
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Twelfth Night final performance Sunday, Nov. 4 Tryon Fine Arts Center, Tryon
from 15 area schools. “The students have made a tremendous commitment to this (Continued on page 7)
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production, adding an eight-week rehearsal and performance schedule to their already busy lives,” said director Marianne Carruth. “Cooperation from adult volunteers and from all the school districts in coordinating performances and audiences has been fantastic. We are looking forward to another successful tour!” Two student casts, one from South Carolina and one from North Carolina, will divide the scheduled school performances that begin 8:30 a.m. Monday morning at Chapman High School in Inman and conclude at Polk County Middle School at 1:30 p.m.
Other venues will include Tryon Elementary, OP Earle Elementary, Polk County High School, Landrum High School and South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind. The two casts will unite for a single performance at TFAC on Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. The project is stage managed by Jody McPherson. Writer Darlene Cah contributed to the script, which
has been adapted to tell the basic storyline of the originally comedy. Mike Carruth designed the set specifically for simple and compact transport and set up. An ensemble cast of five actors portrays 14 characters using costumes organized for quick changes by Amber Keeran. Tryon Little Theater has generously contributed costumes and props to the production.
For more tour information or a study guide for this production, please call 828-859-8322 or visit www.tryonarts.org. Tryon Fine Arts Center, located on Melrose Avenue in Tryon, has been a center for participation in the visual and performing arts for more than 43 years. – article submitted by Marianne Carruth
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Boots and Bling benefits Hospice The Friendship Circle, a women’s giving circle dedicated to raising money for Hospice House of the Carolina Foothills, is again lending many hands to present the second-annual gala, “Boots & Bling at the Red Horse Dance Hall” on Nov. 3. With dance tunes by The Funktion, food by Granata’s Catering, many live and silent auction items to bid on, and guests from all over the tri-county area, it is sure to be a fun and successful event.
The goal is to provide Hospice care for all to come to us for help. Through this gala, the Friendship Circle is helping make that happen! Join them at Boots & Bling… and/or join the Friendship Circle and be a part of something special. For more information, call the HoCF Development Office at 828-894-7000. – article submitted by Marsha Van Hecke
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Zenzera Restaurant, Coffee and Wine Bar will host a free charitable wine tasting Saturday, Oct. 27 starting at 6 p.m., with four Cline Wines and-ending CeltiC tavern page 19with a Tawney Port from Croft. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Cline has donated an autographed Jerabaum (Double Magnum) bottle of Cline Cashmere to be raffled off with all proceeds going towards the Gibbs Cancer Center, located at Spartanburg Regional Hospital. All proceeds of this chance will go directly to the cancer center. Donations will also gladly be accepted to go towards this worthy cause. – article submitted by Debbie Briggs
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WCU fall open house Nov. 10 Western Carolina University will welcome prospective students and their families and friends to campus as the university holds its second open house of the fall semester Saturday, Nov. 10. Hosted by the Office of Undergraduate Admission, open house gives visitors a chance to tour the campus, learn about the university’s wide array of academic programs and extracurricular opportunities, and find out the important details of topics such as financial aid. The day’s activities will begin with registration and an academic fair located around the concourse of WCU’s Ramsey Regional Activity Center. Following a welcome session in the main arena of the Ramsey Center, prospective students will have a chance to engage in more in-depth academic sessions led by WCU faculty members. Tours of campus in late morning will be followed by an information fair, where visitors will be able to find out about the many activities, student organizations and services that are available for WCU students. Lunch will be available at university dining facilities, and prospective students can redeem their free lunch voucher at Courtyard Dining Hall or the A.K. Hinds University Center food court. For interested students who cannot attend Nov. 10, other open house events are scheduled for Feb. 16 and March 16. Also, campus tours are available year-round by appointment for students and their families. Registration for open house and more information is available by going to the website openhouse.wcu.edu or by calling the Office of Undergraduate Admission at 828-227-7317 or toll-free 877-928-4968. – article submitted by Randall Holcombe
John W. Killough John W. Killough, of Landrum, died suddenly, Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at Spartanburg Regional. He is survived by his wife, Vickie Killough of 35 years; a son, Joe Killough (Chris); two daughters, Wendi Stein (Dwayne) and Capt. Kari Turley (Capt. Pat Turley); and five grandchildren, Noah and Jeb Killough, Gavin Stein and Coraline and Lenora Turley; a brother, Wally Killough (Karen) and their two children,
Julia Finley (Owen) and Eric Killough (Beth). He was a graduate of Appalachian State and received an MBA from USC. He was a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and a loved and respected banker in the LandrumTryon-Columbus Area. He was a banking executive for more than 30 years and retired August 2011. He was an active member of Landrum United Methodist Church. He co-founded the first Landrum sports program and basketball youth leagues in area churches. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct.
25, 2012 at Petty Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 26, 2012 at Landrum United Methodist Church conducted by Rev. Jane Jenkins. Burial will follow at Mt. Gilead Baptist Church Cemetery in Mills River, N.C. at 2 p.m. Memorials may be made to www.woundedwarriors.com, Bearden-Josey Center For Breast Health, 101 East Wood Street Spartanburg, SC 29303, or to the National Pancreas Foundation at www.pancreasfoundation.org. Condolences may be left at www.pettyfuneralhome.com
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The Tryon Daily Bulletin Is currently seeking a freelance sports writer to cover fall sports for Landrum High School. This position pays on a per-story basis and would require both writing and basic photography skills. Writer needed mostly to cover sporting events in the afternoon to early evening and weekends. Writer Writerwould wouldbegin assistin Fall Sports Julywith to assist with Fall Preview edition. Sports Preview edition. Please send your resume and writing samples to samantha.hurst@ tryondailybulletin.com
Foothills Humane Society, Columbus, N.C. Part-time employment opportunities available for Animal Care Attendants. Responsible for maintaining a safe and sanitary facility for ani mals and providing humane handling and care for all shelter animals. Assures all animals' nutrition, housing and basic medical needs are met on a daily basis. Assists the public when admitting and adopting ani mals and promotes responsible pet ownership in conversations with customers. Work is performed under direct supervision of the Animal Care Coordinator. Animal care experience preferred. Works varying hours, including some weekends, not to exceed 20 hours weekly, as scheduled by supervisor. Please send applications to: Attn. Executive Direc tor, Foothills Humane Society, 989 Little Moun tain Road, Columbus, NC 28722.
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1777 Pea Ridge Rd, Mill Spring, Polk County, North Carolina being Polk County Tax Parcel P9318, and the two mobile homes and other outbuildings thereon, sold by public auction to the highest bidder pursuant to Gen Stat 1-339.13 et seq., said auction to be held by the Polk County Sheriff at the steps of the courthouse in Polk County, North Carolina, and the successful bidder to make a bid deposit of five percent (5%) of the amount bid in the form of cash, a cashier's check, a certified check or surety bond. The public sale will be conducted on November 8th of November 2012 at 1 :00 pm at the Polk County Courthouse EGALS door in the Town of Columbus The following described LEGAL NOTICE real property is located in the Mill Spring Township, STATE OF NORTH Polk County, North CaroCAROLINA COUNTY OF lina, and described as folPOLK lows: FILE # 2012SP90 Beginning at a stone In the General Court of pile, old comer, SouthJustice Superior Court east of a private drive, Division Before the Clerk and runs with W.C ProcA. Bailey Nager, tor's line South 34 deAdministrator of the grees East 92 feet to a estate of Barbara Elaine iron pin on the north side Payne, deceased Plaintiff of another private drive; Vs thence South 17 degrees Mary Lee Summerford west 184 feet to a point in Guardian of Mary Nicole about the center of the Payne An Incompetent Moore Rd; thence with Person, Defendant about the center of Moore ORDER GRANTING Rd, North 60 degrees POSSESSION, CUSWest 202.8 feet to a point TODY AND CONTROL in the center of said road; OF DECEDENTS REAL thence with about the PROPERTY AND FOR center of the first private SALE OF REAL PROPdrive mentioned herein, ERTY BY PUBLIC SALE North48 degrees and 30 minutes east 232 feet to The petitioner is hereby a point in about the cengranted possession, custer of said private drive; tody and control of the thence 34 degrees East decedent's real property 11 to the beginning, conlocated at 1777 Pea taining 68/1 00 of an Ridge Rd, Mill Spring, acre, more or less, as Polk County, North Carorepresented by a plat lina, being Polk County made by and from a surTax Parcel P93-18 and vey of E. H. Gibbs, registhe two Mobile Homes tered surveyor of date, and other outbuildings January 31,1962. thereon; and The sale will be made The petitioner is authorsubject to all outstanding ized to have decedents taxes and all local imreal property located at
provement assessments against the above-described property not included in the judgment in the above-entitled cause. The sale will be for cash and the highest bidder will be required to post ten percent of the bid or $750.00, whichever is greater, at the time of the sale with the remainder due at tender of the deed. This is the 16th of October, 2012. DONALD HILL Sheriff of Polk County By: Sgt. Clayton Price Deputy Sheriff
tion is in the amount specified following the name of the judgment debtor and the description of the real estate, plus costs of sale, as follows: The following described real property is located in the Tryon Township, Polk County, North Carolina and is listed for taxes for the year 2011 in the name of Will King, the judgment debtor, and described as follows: Beginning at a stake in the center of the road which is the Northwest comer of a lot conveyed to Frank Knox and his wife Amanda Knox which lots is # 201 of the Garrison Land Subdivision as surveyed in 1925 by A.A, Merrick and resurveyed in 1938 by G. W. Pearsons and running thence with the line of said lot South 10 deg. 30 min East 120 feet to a stake, comer oflot # 202, thence with line of same South 10 deg 30 min East 50 feet to a stake Northeast comer of lot# lO3, thence with the line of lot #103 South 78 deg West 120 feet to a stake in the center of a road thence with the center of the said road North 24 deg, East 50 feet to a stake thence still with center of the said road 21 deg East 160 feet to the beginning and being lots # 101 and # 1 02 of the Garrison Land Subdivision as surveyed in 1925 by A.A. Merrick and surveyed in 1938 by G.W. Pearsons surveyor reference to the plat of said subdivision is hereby made in aid of the description Amount due under judgment, excluding cost: $ 1285.45 The sale will be made subject to all outstanding taxes and all local improvement assessments against the above-described property not included in the judgment in the above-entitled cause. The sale will be for cash
Tryon Daily Bulletin October 25 and November 1, 2012 FILE# 2012SP90
LEGAL NOTICE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF POLK FILE # 12MOOOO 17 In the General Court of Justice Superior Court Division Before the Clerk TOWN OF TRYON AND POLK COUNTY, Plaintiff Vs. Will King, Defendant NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND UNDER EXECUTION By virtue of that certain execution directed to the undersigned from the Superior Court of Polk County in the action entitled Town of Tryon and Polk County vs. Will King, I will, on the 8th of November, 2012, at 1:00 p.m. at the Polk County courthouse door in the Town of Columbus, sell to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy the execution, the parcel of real property described following the name of the judgment debtor herein after set out. The execution was issued pursuant to judgment duly recorded in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court for Polk County, and the execu-
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and the highest bidder plus costs of sale, as folwill be required to post lows: ten percent of the bid or The following described $750.00, whichever is real property is located in greater, at the time of the the Tryon Township, Polk sale with the remainder County, North Carolina due at tender of the deed. and is listed for taxes for This is the 16th Day of the year 2011 in the October 2012. name of Viola Waddell, Donald Hill the judgment debtor, and Sheriff of Polk County described as follows: By: Sgt. Clayton Price Beginning at a iron pin in Deputy Sheriff the Northern margin of the colored School House Tryon Daily Bulletin lot, Jim Knox's south East October 25 and Novem- comer and runs thence ber 1, 2012 with the line of said School House lot South FILE# 12MOOOO 17 72 deg. East 150 feet to a iron pin in Furman Miller's line: thence with his line North 36 deg. East 50 LEGAL NOTICE feet to an iron pin, Jim Knox's comer; thence STATE OF NORTH with his line 71 deg. West CAROLINA COUNTY OF 150 feet to a stake, POLK Knox's comer; thence still FILE # 12M000016 with his line south 36 In the General Court of deg. West 50 feet to the Justice Superior Court Dibeginning, and being lot vision Before the Clerk no .6 of the Furman Miller TOWN OF TRYON AND subdivision. POLK COUNTY, Plaintiff Amount due under judgVs ment, excluding cost: $ Viola Waddell, Defen1827.93 dant The sale will be made NOTICE OF SALE OF subject to all outstanding LAND UNDER EXECUtaxes and all local imTION provement assessments against the above-deBy virtue of that certain scribed property not inexecution directed to the cluded in the judgment in undersigned from the Suthe above-entitled cause. perior Court of Polk The sale will be for cash County in the action entiand the highest bidder tled Town of Tryon and will be required to post Polk County vs. Viola ten percent of the bid or Waddell, I will, on the 8th $750.00, whichever is of November, 2012, at 1 greater, at the time of the :00 p.m. at the Polk sale with the remainder County courthouse door due at tender of the deed. in the Town of Columbus, This is the 16th Day of sell to the highest bidder October 2012. for cash to satisfy the Donald Hill execution, the parcel of Sheriff of Polk County real property described By: Sgt. Clayton Price following the name of the Deputy Sheriff judgment debtor herein after set out. Tryon Daily Bulletin The execution was isOctober 25 and Novemsued pursuant to judgber 1, 2012 ment duly recorded in the office of the Clerk of the FILE# 12MOOOO16 Superior Court for Polk County, and the execution is in the amount specified following the name of the judgment Sell your home in the debtor and the descripclassifieds call tion of the real estate, 828.859.9151
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“Jesus said to the apostles, ‘Come away to a deserted place all by yourselves and rest a while.’ For many were coming and going, and they had no leisure even to eat. And they went away in the boat to a deserted place by themselves.” (Mark 6: 31:32) While I rarely, if ever, attempt to speak for someone else, today I am going to make an exception and offer a few thoughts on behalf of my fellow clergy. Surprise! We are human beings with limitations and challenges just like everyone else, and sometimes our skills, training, spiritual strength and pastoral abilities are simply pushed to the limit. I have just recently come back into the church office after a two-week interval
wherein I needed to be alone to calm my mind, tend to my thoughts and prayers, and generally try to get back on center. After three intense months of constant demanding pastoral care and several deaths and funerals on top of the usual day-to-day demands of being a priest and pastor, preacher and writer, husband and father, friend and confidant, I was completely overwhelmed and needed a serious break. Whether one calls it a hiatus, a vacation, a respite, a retreat or Sabbath time the point is the same; clergy are human beings and from time to time we need the opportunity to recoup, regroup and reengage. The vocational challenges of being a priest, pastor, chaplain, rabbi, mullah or whatever one’s faith tradition uses as the (Continued on page 13)
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• Vocational challenges
would take time away from the crowds who always pressed upon him expecting profound label for a religious congrega- teaching and miracles to rest, tional leader are many. We are reflect, pray and become rethe last of the true generalists empowered for his work in who have to be skilled in many the world. When you live that things which do not necessar- kind of life on a daily basis ily show up during a typical COGDELL'S you can ELECTRONICS understand why he weekly worship service. needed a Dealer" break. "Your Radio Shack • Batteries We each have our unique Scanners In my case,• GPS I went off for • Antennaesmotorcycle • Wiring faith traditions and denomi- Cables a five-day trip Mon. - Fri. 9:30 - 6 Sat. 10 - 2 national expectations with through the mountains to visit 864-457-4477 E. Princeand Rd., Landrum which to cope, but also we are 107 family friends. Then I regularly thrust into the roles plunged headlong into long of comforters, psychologists, days of woodworking wherein COGDELL'S ELECTRONICS administrators, placators, "Your I built newDealer" chapel furniture for Radio Shack pacifiers, entertainers and Lake Episcopal ConScannersLogan • Batteries • GPS • Antennaes • Wiring social gadabouts. One very Cables ference Center near Canton, - Fri. 9:30 - 6 Sat. 10 - 2 famous book by John Snow Mon. N.C. During those long hours 864-457-4477 on pastoring is entitled “The 107 of E. riding bike (mostly in Prince the Rd., Landrum Impossible Vocation” – and the rain and cold), or intermiit is. nably sanding a table top or In our Christian tradition leg, my heart, mind and soul the Bible tells us that Jesus were in prayer and thoughtwould often become so ex- ful reflection on how I might hausted from the demands of return from my self-imposed teaching and healing that he isolation to be a stronger pas(continued from page 12)
tor and leader. The vocation of pastoral leadership is a unique labor wherein we daily exercise a broad spectrum of general and specific skills. We bear the grief and carry the secrets of many individuals, and meanwhile we try to manage our own unruly lives. Jesus encountered these same kinds of things in his own ministry and when it simply got to be too much he would go off to a remote place to rest, pray, meditate and go fishing. If it was a good practice for him it is also a good practice for “American Cuisine a Twist” modern clergy aswith well, and it Corner of Peak St. & Hwy. 828-894-2440 108 in Columbus needs to be supported by all of our congregations. Thanks, Holy Cross; I needed that! -The Rev. Dr. Michael Doty Rector, The Episcopal Church of the Holy Cross, Tryon
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They don’t make them like they used to! The talk is often of cars windshield wiper was powered among us older guys at the by manifold vacuum, so it quit oval table in McDonald’s on a wiping when you started up a Saturday morning. After some hill. Many folks did not give the comment about the newer cars, required arm signals for turns or and all manner of other things slowing down on rainy days to coming from China and the third avoid getting their arm wet. And world countries, there comes the you never knew whether or not lament that, “They don’t make your car would start readily, due them like they used to.” to worn out ignition and choke The cars of the 30s and even parts, so they needed a “tune-up” the late 40s, when production re- about every 10,000 miles. sumed after WWII, were heavy, Nowadays cars will run for a boxy vehicles with tall seats, 100,000 miles or more without running boards, heavy-duty a tune-up or a new fuel pump. bumpers that would ward off Some tires are warranted for small trees and other cars with 80,000 miles, and some do not equal aplomb, and heavy doors require air (or even nitrogen, as that closed like a bank vault with some dealerships want to put in a couple of small clicks. All of your tires to prolong their usethe above signified quality, as ful lives)! And the information did the fine wood dash boards, available on your dash board soft leather seats and suspension, today is truly mind-boggling. and lots of insuIt is not only lation for sound cars that are difRemember ferent. Rememproofing. When Fast forward ber the toastabout a half ers with only by Garland century and we one heating Goodwin find lighter cars, element, with bodies shaped hinged doors? for low aerodynamic drag, radial They toasted one side of the tires with less rolling resistance, bread, then you opened the fuel injection, and all the ameni- doors, the bread slid down, and ties of a five-star hotel. They are the other side was toasted when also carefully designed to make you closed the doors again. You collisions survivable, usually had to guess when to open the with few injuries. The rollover doors! Now the “pop-up” toastaccident that killed my father in ers time the burn to toast both 1938 probably would not have sides at once, then slide the toast injured him seriously had he up when it is ready. been riding in one of today’s And how about the good ol’ cars. percolators for making coffee? I see that Gina Malone of the I thought it was wonderful to Village Book Shoppe, one of my see the coffee spurt up into the former editors at the Bulletin, is pointy glass thingy on top, and now writing for the Henderson- it made a most inviting noise ville Times-News. This week’s with each perk. I was too young feature is a pullout tabloid sec- to enjoy coffee then, but later I tion about cars. Gina marvels learned about coffee breaks in at the many new features that the Air Force, and coffee became require a two-hour cockpit brief- an essential day starter. ing and checkout much like a My 600-word limit will keep pilot gets before flying a new me from going any further into fighter plane. the kitchen or to the laundry, In the 30s, a radio, heater but they don’t make anything in and turn signals were extra-cost there like they used to, either. accessories. Often a second tail On balance, that should not be light and windshield wiper on lamentable, but cause for enthuthe passenger side were, too. The siastic cheering from the ladies.
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Tap into art with the final Tryon Gallery Trot of 2012 Join other art enthusiasts for the final Trot of the 2012 season on Saturday, Nov. 3 from 5-8 p.m. With Tryon’s inaugural Beer Fest debuting the following week, Trot participants will be tantalizing art lover’s taste buds with a bubbly preview. Craft beers, home brews, hard ciders and seasonal flavors will flow for trotting guests. Live music will get toes tapping with a bluegrass trio in the center of town at St. Luke’s Plaza provided by a generous grant from the Polk County Community Foundation. Please participate in the first ever “Trotters Derby.” Prizes will be drawn for trotters who visit each of the 13 galleries, shops and businesses. Just start at any one of the participating locations and ask for the punch card. Turn in your fully
punched card (don’t worry, 10 punches will get you a drop in the bucket) to Bill Crowell with Saluda Forge at St. Luke’s Plaza by 8:15 p.m. sharp to be entered to win prizes donated by Trot participants. Enjoy a full downtown Tryon experience with many other businesses opening their doors during the Trot including a “pop-up” gallery; Tryon Arts & Crafts will be in the Shops of Tryon. Wrap up your trot with dinner in a downtown restaurant featuring Thai, Japanese, American, Italian or Mexican cuisine. Find Tryon Gallery Trot on Facebook or email info@ skyukafineart.com for more information. Galleries and spots on the trot: Skyuka Fine Art Join them for an opening
reception for Bart Lindstrom’s latest exhibit “Fall with Me.” This is a show that continues his life’s passion; exploring the human form and creating still life paintings with museum vases. This show will be featured nationally in November’s American Art Collector magazine. The show runs through the end of November. Come meet this nationally recognized and award winning artist. Special seasonal beers from La’Bouteille will be served. Millard & Company’s Depot Room The Depot Room at Millard & Company will host an exhibit of Kim Attwooll’s watercolors. Many of her paintings have been made into greeting cards. They will be available for viewing in time for the final Gallery Trot and through the holiday season. Attwooll’s images have been said to “make people happy.” She spends time in her Tryon studio creating simple, spontaneous images, tweaking color and perfecting form. Saluda Forge Start off the Trot at St. Luke’s Plaza where Bill Crowell will show off his wares featuring handmade beer openers. End your Trot by handing in your “Trotters Derby” punch card to him for entry of the Trot door prizes at 8:15 p.m. The Upstairs Artspace “Hot to Trot” The Upstairs Artspace presents “Heated Exchange: Contemporary Encaustic,” an international exhibit of encaustic art. The show was made possible with support from the Polk County Community Foundation. The exhibit features some of the nation’s most renowned encaustic artists. The work is on display through Nov. 17. Vines & Stuff View a collection of func-
tional and decorative works by Little Mountain Pottery. Put yourself in a festive holiday spirit with their selection of ornaments and holiday candles. New View Realty Samples of two beers brewed in Tryon by local resident Joe Pullara. Nearly Perfect Wee Heavy is a scotch ale made with five malts and two hops. Where’s Morris Winter Ale was brewed with six malts, six hops, plus fresh cinnamon sticks soaked in tequila. Stop by and meet Pullara and learn about the art of brewing beer. Thompson Garden Gallery and Outdoor Living You must remember this a kiss is still a kiss, a sigh is just a sigh. The fundamental things apply, as time goes by. Thompson Garden Gallery & Outdoor Living invites you to enjoy Lynda Terrell as she performs musical memories of Hollywood’s greatest black and white movies. Featured artists offering paintings, photography, sculpture, copper lighting, garden delights and more will also be on display. Tryon Painters & Sculptors TP&S’s 14th Regional Juried Art Show is on exhibit and the gift gallery continuously changes with many new and always affordable items. A selection of beers and wine will be offered. Bravo Marketplace-Interior Design & Outdoor Living See the works of local artists: Jim Shackelford, Linda Hudgins and Mara and Ford Smith. The Book Shelf, Green River Gallery, Four Winds Florist, and the 1906 Pine Crest Inn will also be trotting along with great offerings and art. – article submitted by Kim Nelson
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Raffle for paramedic Tommie Foothills duplicate bridge results for games played on Oct. 19 Ruff extended until Nov. 3 Purchase tickets from CFD or Polk County EMS
The Columbus Fire Department (CFD) and Polk County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) pooled their efforts to hold a benefit supper and an evening of music to raise money for paramedic Tommie Ruff’s medical expenses. Both the fire department and Polk County EMS said numerous individuals supported the effort by purchasing meals, raffle tickets, T-Shirts or by making donations. In order to maximize the funds that will be available to paramedic Ruff, the raffle has been extended until Saturday, Nov. 3 at noon. Johnny Edney and members of Speedwell provided their
services as part of the musical entertainment. Winky Mintz not only performed, but also provided the sound system for both musical groups. Joel Bradley also provided a tent to cover the stage. Many people contributed desserts for the supper, while Pat Brunch and the ladies of Midway Baptist Church led that effort. The culinary staff at Tryon Estates at Columbus prepared the food for the evening’s meal, while the Brick Pizzeria and Café contributed both pasta and sauce to be used. If you would like to buy a raffle ticket or additional raffle tickets, contact either the Columbus Fire Department or Polk County emergency medical services. – article submitted by G.M Tennant
Morning Restricted Pairs North-South 1. Kathy Bartlett - Bruce Bartlett 2. Eilene Morgan - Joan Post East-West 1. Ellen Delehanty - Preston Dohenny 2. Sally Dix - Kay McCarthy Afternoon Open Pairs North-South 1. Jack Williams - Archie
Hardy 2. Charles Cannon - Charlotte Lindsey 3. Jackie Caldwell - Donald Eifert East-West 1. Linda Sherer - Jim Jackson 2. Margaret Landfield Edwina Burger 3. Chris Ter Kuile - H Ingram Willis Jr. - article submitted
Burns and Pace family reunion Oct. 28 The family reunion of William Ab Burns and Lillian Pace Burns will be held Sunday, Oct. 28 at 1 p.m. at the Green Creek Community Center in Green Creek. All family and friends are
welcome. Those who attend are asked to bring a covered dish. Come early and visit. For more information, call 828-863-2460. - article submitted by Hazel Morgan
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Tryon Arts and Crafts jewelry show open until Nov. 9 Now through Nov. 9, Tryon Arts and Crafts School will feature several local jewelry artisans that transform metal into small works of art. Some of the artists have been studying wire wrapping, chain maille, fold forming, stone cutting and setting and fabricating precious metal in the numerous classes and workshops offered at the school. There are also unusual pieces created by two new jewelry instructors, Danielle Miller and Katie Poterala. Made since 300 AD, Chain Maille is a type of armor consisting of small metal rings linked together in a pattern to form a mesh. Jewelers use the technique to make a variety of intricate chain earrings, necklaces and bracelets. Wire wrapping consists of twirling and twisting of silver wire into intricate bends and loops that create continuous wire designs perfect by themselves or as a setting for
stone or glass gems. Fold forming is a technique where sheet metal (silver, copper, brass or nickel) is folded, and then the edges and folds are hammered to stretch the metal. When the sheet is unfolded the stretched metal opens up into curiously organic forms. Lapidary is the cutting, polishing and faceting of precious and semi-precious stones. Examples of all these techniques will be on display through Nov. 9. Tryon Arts and Crafts School is located at 373 Harmon Field Road in Tryon, N.C. and exists to provide creative opportunities for everyone. Tryon Arts and Crafts School is a non-profit organization and provide’s creative opportunities for everyone through education, instruction and expression of heritage and contemporary arts and crafts in a friendly, stimulating and enriching environment. For more information about our
Local jewelry artisians work, like the ones shown above, are now on display through Nov. 9 at Tryon Arts and Crafts School. (photos submitted)
organization, please contact the office at 828-859-8323 or visit www. TryonArtsandCrafts.org.
– article submitted by Christine Mariotti
Jim Wiprut, H.I.S.
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Susie Basler, Woody Woodman and Ellen Delehanty.
Bob Montgomery, Mary Ellen Krydynski and Vince Krydynski.
Shirly Jackson, Jim Jackson and Bob Montgomery.
Chuck Davis, Virginia Davis and Susie Basler. (photos submitted)
Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity thank you dinner Thermal Belt Habitat for Humanity held a thank you dinner reception recently for all its volunteers and workers. The Founding Fathers were also honored, recognizing that the chapter founded in 1983 and one of the first in the United States, was begun under the leadership
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9245. For more activities, email email@example.com or visit www.saluda.com. The 1940s Radio Hour, The Tryon Little Theater box office is open Monday-Saturday 10-1 at the Workshop, 516 S. Trade Street, for the nostalgic musical “The 1940s Radio Hour,” to play November 8-18. Reservations: 828-859-2466.
of Franklin C. Basler, president; Thomas A. Beaver, vice president; George Eriksen, vice president; Edward Delehanty, treasurer and Dorothy Beaver. The idea of a habitat chapter began with members of the Congregational Church of Chirst and the Tryon Rotary Club.
All of the volunterrs were announced and given gifts in appreciation for all of their years of service and special recognition was given to Chuck Davis and Byron Brewer for more than 20 years of dedication to Habitat. In addition to the volunterr
recognition awards, Habitat also nominated people for the Second Wind Hall of Fame. Inducted were Jim Trunk, Dean Gregory, Pheron Goodwin, Alan Batchelder and Mary Ellen Krydynski. - article submitted by Mary Ellen Krydynski
The Meeting Place Senior Center, sing-along, 10 a.m.; senior fitness, 11 a.m.; bingo or bead class 12:30 p.m. 828-8940001. Christian Fellowship Luncheon, TJ’s Cafe, Tryon, Mondays except holidays, noon - 1 p.m.; food, fellowship and discussion of relevant issues; interdenominational. 859-5051. Chess Club, Mondays, 12:30 p.m., recreation room, LaurelHurst Apartments, Columbus.
Open to anyone in community. 894-3336. Saluda Center, Monday activities include line dancing at 12:30 p.m. For more information visit Saluda.com. Alcoholics Anonymous, Mondays, 5:30 p.m., Tryon United Methodist Church, New Market Road in Tryon. Green Creek Community Center, line dance classes (ultra beginner and beginner/intermediate), Monday,s 5:30-6:30 p.m. in
the gym. Male Domestic Abuse Intervention, Mondays, 6 - 7:30 p.m., Steps to HOPE. 894-2340. Landrum Library, free yoga classes. 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Limited to first 30 people. 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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Foothills CROP Walk in memory of founder
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Dolores Zeece (left) was awared honorary chairperson by Lance Smith (right) at the 2008 Crop Walk. (photo submitted)
2012 Crop Walk logo. (photo submitted)
sign-up of workers and walkers but added that he is hoping for record numbers of walkers this year and welcomes calls at his office, 828-859-9414. Groups such as bowling teams, bridge groups, businesses, clubs, church organizations and the like have been invited to enter teams of walkers. They may carry banners or posters or other means of
identification to let others know of their participation as a group “Hunger and poverty is nothing to celebrate,” Smith said. “But the opportunity to gather a community to help reduce the ravages of hunger and poverty certainly is a time for celebration.” – article submitted by Lance Smith
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The 2012 Foothills CROP Walk Against Hunger honors Dolores Zeece of Holy Cross Episcopal Church and longtime volunteer for CROP Walk. Zeece moved to the Thermal Belt in the early 1990s from Orange County, New York. Zeece had been a long time walker and supporter of CROP Walks in the Hudson Valley. With the support and encouragement of Bob Thompson of Orchard Inn, Zeece became the first CROP Walk Committee Chair and the Polk County CROP Walk was born. The first CROP Walk, held at Stearns Park in the fall of 1994, drew a little less than 100 walkers and the support of many of the area churches. Zeece has been distinguished as the founder of Polk County’s annual community binding event. “I could not have done it without the support of Bob Thompson” stated Zeece at the time. “He had just moved here from Charlotte and had tons of experience and energy. With his help and the help of many others we were able to help so many people.” The Polk County CROP Walk expanded to draw from all our foothills communities in 2010 and also support food missions in Landrum as well as Polk County. The 2012 Chairman Lance Smith said, “This year we are celebrating the beginning of the end to the ravages of poverty both in the foothills and around the world, so it’s fitting that we also honor the person who helped our CROP Walk become the important event that it is today.” The Foothills CROP Walk is among 2,000 such events held around the United States each year. Guided by Church World Service, each CROP Walk donates $3 of every $4 to worldwide hunger, and $1 of every $4 stays in the community where the event is held. Foothills CROP Walk Local contributions will be made to the Thermal Belt Outreach Food Pantry, as well as Operation Hope. Smith also reported a steady