The estate sale of a renowned Northside High School drama theater will benefit a scholarship fund at the school.
Ray Horne, who died in January at age 77, began working as a speech and drama teacher at Northside in 1963. Over the years, the theater program he established won a long series of awards locally, statewide and nationally. Horne was inducted into the Georgia, Mississippi, Arkansas and International Thespian halls of fame. The performing arts theater at Northside is named for him.
Proceeds from this weekend’s estate sale will help fund the Ray Horne Scholarship at Northside.
Among the items for sale are: a large collection of clown collectibles; antique furniture; antique china cabinets, an oak table with six chairs; a small dining room table and chairs; a 1904 Crown piano; an antique organ; glassware; outdoor patio furniture; and holiday decor.
The sale is at 223 Atrium Court in Warner Robins from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday. Atrium Court is located off Russell Parkway. Parking is limited.