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Say what? Headlines you may need to read again Require Some Study for Graduation Cold Wave Linked to Temperatures

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Over time, your feelings about these objectives may change. You may want to name a new executor or health care agent. You may rethink how you want your wealth distributed. This is why it is so vital to review your estate plan. Over ten or twenty years, your health, wealth, and outlook on life may change profoundly. The key is to recognize the life events that may call for an update. Have you just married or divorced? If so, your estate plan will absolutely need revision. For that matter, some, or all, of your will may now be legally invalid. (Some state laws strike down existing wills when a person is

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trustees changed their mind about their roles? If they are no longer interested in shouldering those responsibilities, no longer alive, or no longer of sound mind or reputable character, it is revision time. Have you retired, moved to another state, or bought or sold real estate? All of these events call for an estate plan check-up. The first step in revising an estate plan is to update essential documents. Not just your will or your trust, but also your financial power of attorney and health care proxy. Review all the names: your executor; your trustee; your health care agent. Changes in your personal (and even your business) relationships may call for alterations to those choices. The second step is to review your risk management. Does language in your will need revision? Does a trust created years ago need to be modified or replaced? Do new estate planning vehicles need to enter the picture in order to help you adequately transfer wealth, counter estate taxes, or endow charities? What about your life insurance? Do beneficiary forms of life insurance policies need updating? Is corporate-owned life insurance coverage you once counted on now absent? Will policy payouts be sufficient enough to help your loved ones


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H A RT S V I L L E H A P P E N I N G S Darco Autism Support Group chicken bog sale

The Coker College Commissioners’ annual Trick or Treat in the residence halls and Halloween carnival will be held on Saturday, October 22 from 4-6 p.m. in the Timberlake-Lawton Gym for children ages 2-12. For more info. call 843-383-8171. ________________________

Darlington County Autism Support Group will be having a chicken bog sale on Friday, November 4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Easterling Chiropractic Clinic located at 912 S. Fifth Street. We will be taking pre-orders by purchasing a ticket. Proceeds will be going towards outreach programs such as our summer camp, trainings for the family members and community and to-do events to promote autism awareness. Please show your support for a great cause. For more information, please contact Coretta Bailey at 843-307-3386, Wendy Stokes at 843-307-4179 or James (JMac) Easterling at 843-861-6530. ________________________

Treats on the Streets Main Street Hartsville’s Treats on the Streets will be held on Thursday, October 27 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Be sure to enter the Hocus Pocus Costume Contest or Strut Your Mutt Dog Costume Contest sponsored by SPC Credit Union in Centennial Park at 6 p.m. for a chance to win wicked prizes! ________________________

New Market School Reunion

The Tyner family reunion will be held on Saturday, November 12 at Kelleytown Baptist Church Family Life Center from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please bring a covered dish. ________________________

Hartsville for the Holidays Mark your calendars for Thursday, November 17th from 6-9 p.m. Hartsville for

ing will begin at 10 a.m. This will be informational and uplifting as caregivers share their experiences. Any questions, contact Jackie Anderson at 393-8521. ________________________

Hartsville Christmas Parade

What did you do today? Become a girl scout and join the fun! Create. Make friends. Camp. Sing. Explore new places. Try new things! Become a leader. Make a difference! Girl scout meetings are the second and fourth Sunday from 3-5 p.m. Troop 029 at St. Luke United Methodist Church, 302 Dunlap Dr., Hartsville. Troop Leader is Ms. Ann Boone, 843-858-7821. Girls grades, K5-12th.

The Hartsville Christmas Parade will be held on Saturday, December 10th at 10:30 a.m. Fifth Street and Carolina Avenue. ________________________

Darlington County Autism Support Group Darlington County Autism Support Group is starting up a Miracle League in Darlington County for children of all ages with disabilities. Interested parents should contact Coretta Bailey at 843-3073386. Like us on Facebook! ________________________

Alzheimer Caregiver’s Support Group Alzheimer Caregiver’s Support Group meeting will be held the first Tuesday of each month at St. Bartholomew Church located at 103 Campus Drive, Hartsville. The meet-

American Pickers to film in South Carolina Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team are excited to return to South Carolina! They plan to film episodes of the hit series American Pickers throughout the region this fall. American Pickers is a documentary series that explores the fascinating world of antique ‘picking’ on History. The hit show follows Mike and Frank, two of the most skilled pickers in the business, as they hunt for America’s most valuable antiques. They are always excited to find sizeable, unique collections and learn the interesting stories behind them. As they hit the back roads from coast to coast, Mike and Frank are on a mission to recycle and rescue forgotten relics. Along the way, the Pickers want to meet characters with remarkable and exceptional items. The pair hopes to give historically significant objects a new lease on life, while learning a thing or two about America’s past along the way. Mike and Frank have seen a lot of rusty gold over the years and are always looking to discover something they’ve never seen before. They are ready to find extraordinary items and hear fascinating tales about them. American Pickers is looking for leads and would love to explore your hidden treasure. If you or someone you know has a large, private collection or accumulation of antiques that the Pickers can spend the better part of the day looking through, send us your name, phone number, loca-

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Call animal shelter to locate lost, new pets To locate a lost pet, or adopt a new one, call the Darlington County Animal Shelter, 398-4402. To have unwanted animals picked up call Animal Control, Darlington City, 398-4035; Hartsville City, 383-3019; or Darlington County, 398-4401.




American Legion Post 53 American Legion Post 53 invites all veterans to come join us and enjoy a meal every third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. For more information please call Mike Kirk at 843-307-2148 or Jim Ousley at 332-9340. ________________________

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New Market School is having a reunion on Saturday, October 29th at 3 p.m. at New Market Church. Call Jean Gainey for more info at 843-621-0129 or 843-3835257.

Tyner Reunion

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‘I did not let cancer define me’ By Latonda Abraham Cancer was not my death sentence. I am here, still standing on God’s word! I decided sporadically in December of 2011 to have a routine mammogram. After a second reading and biopsy, I was diagnosed in January 2012 with Triple Negative Breast Cancer and rediagnosed in February 2015 Metastatic Breast Cancer and again in March 2016. At the time that I received the call from my doctor, my mind went blank. My entire body went numb. I started talking to myself, “Really. Are you serious? Lord, I

LATONDA ABRAHAM need you to help me.” I was in a total shock and didn’t know what to do. I could not think straight for a

few days. For the second diagnosis I was completely in panic mode. I had just had a baby and my mind began to wonder will I be able to take care of my newborn. Also, I had emergency brain surgery in March 2016. I remembered that God intervened in 2012 and intervened in 2015 and 2016. Everyone was in total shock. Some were even at a loss for words. I didn’t want to face the fact that I was diagnosed and also having the fear of the unknown. During my first diagnosis, I had 5 iron treatments, 4 weeks of chemo and 32 radiations. For the second diag-

nosis I had 12 weeks of chemo, 28 radiations and for the third I just had the brain tumor removed and 1 stereotactic radiation treatment. During the treatments, I lost my hair, appetite, weight, suffered depression and not knowing what to expect. The hardest thing was knowing that I have cancer and how I was going to overcome it. I was praying constantly, which kept me from losing my mind. My number one cheerleader is my mom, Lois. She said to me, “We are not going to worry. We are going to put this in God hands. We are not going to let this

defeat us”. At that time I didn’t talk to my son because I didn’t want him to think of the worst thing that could happen. My family kept encouraging and praying for me on a daily basis. My coworkers are the best. They made sure that I was in good spirits. They allowed me to bug them while I was on sick leave. I have gained so many supporters during this time. As of today I am fine, no cancer. I am enjoying time with my boys, enjoying life and taking it one day at a time and sharing my testimony with everybody. When the cancer came back I did

not let it define me. I am living and loving life. The only thing changed is that I take more time out for me and my family. Not a day goes by that I don’t tell them that I love them and would not trade them for anything in this world. I let my faith in God take over my entire life! I gained hope and encouragement from God’s promises. Some days I thought that it was over. I started reading Psalm 118:17 “I shall not die, but live, and declare the works of the Lord”. This scripture kept me going. I continue finding scriptures and began to speak healing in my life.

The journey of breast cancer continues By Sonia Mullins

My name is Sonia Mullins. I am from Lugoff. I am a 34 year old mother of a handsome 4 year old boy. And I am a cancer fighter/ survivor. My cancer journey began when I felt an odd sensation in my left breast as I was standing in my kitchen cooking one afternoon. I felt with my hand in the area I had felt the odd sensation and there was a large lump that had not previously been there. I didn't think much about it because I have had lumps in the past and they had all checked out normal. My annual physical was

SONIA MULLINS scheduled for later that month so I would have it checked out then. I was too young for cancer I thought. It can’t happen to me.

The day came for my physical. The doctor examined the lump and said I would need to have an ultrasound. I had been through this routine before, with my previous lumps, so I was not alarmed. The next week, March 10, 2016, I had my ultrasound. The radiologist came in after looking over my ultrasound and asked if I would be willing to have a mammogram done that day. Of course red flags started to go off in my head and my nerves started to kick in. Obviously I agreed to stay for a mammogram. I asked the radiologist if she thought it was something serious. She just stated,

“Let’s get the mammogram and I will be able to tell you more then.” They took me right away to the mammogram. Time it was over the radiologist appeared in the room and said she would like to get a biopsy of the area and she would like to do it that day. Of course by this time I was sweating bullets. The radiologist told me to call my husband and have him come be with me for the biopsy. So i did. He showed up just as they got me in the room and ready for the biopsy. The radiologist performed the biopsy and sat me up without saying a word. So I

asked her what she was thinking and if she believed it was cancer. She looked at me reluctantly and said, “Yes, I believe it is cancer, but we will know for sure tomorrow when the biopsy results come back.” So the next day, March 11, 2016 I waited and waited for the phone call. Finally around 1:37 p.m. I got the call that confirmed I did indeed have breast cancer. The words you never expect to hear, especially at 34 years old (17 days after turning 34 to be exact). The words that change your life forever. So today almost 7

months after hearing the words, “You have cancer” I have undergone a double mastectomy with expander placement, a chylous leak repair surgery, chemo port placement procedure, 4 rounds of chemo, and the journey continues. This is a long and tough journey, but one you can conquer. I am so thankful for my faith in God that has brought me this far. And for my family and friends for the most amazing support anyone could ask for. I always say, “I know God won’t put more on you than you can bear.” So should I take it as a compliment that he thinks I’m this strong?

Nine years and counting By Wendy Kelly I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007 at the age of 40. While we were moving our son into his college apartment, I had some twinges of pain in my left breast.

Since I was doing a lot of lifting, I assumed I had strained a muscle. Later that night I felt a swollen lymph node in my neck which, oddly enough, made me think of the possibility of a lump in my breast. I decided to do a breast

WENDY KELLY self-exam, something I had never done before. During the exam I found a mass in my breast. At first I was unsure what I was feeling. I actually thought I might be imagining it.

I kept checking again and again thinking it would go away, but each time it was still there. I finally made a doctor’s appointment a few days later. After examining me the doctor said I most likely had fibrocystic breasts, but he ordered a mammogram to be safe. I left his office feeling so relieved. The next day I had a mammogram and an ultrasound. The radiologist told me she was 99% sure the mass was cancerous and scheduled a biopsy for the following day. When I left there I was feeling scared beyond reason. I had the biopsy on Friday but had to wait through the weekend for the results. The first of the week my cancer diagnosis was confirmed. I had invasive TAOS FOOTWEAR

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lobular carcinoma. The tumor was a grade 3 which tends to grow rapidly and spread fast. I also had infiltrated ductal carcinoma and high grade ductal carcinoma in situ. I can’t even describe how I felt when I got the news. As a Christian I knew that it was in God’s hands, but I was still very anxious. I decided to go to Hollings Cancer Center in Charleston for treatment. On the way to my very first appointment at Hollings I saw a billboard on I-95 printed with Hebrews 11:1, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” When I saw it I knew it was my sign, and I haven’t been scared or anxious since then.

My treatment consisted of a partial mastectomy, chemo, radiation, and hormone therapy. During treatment, I learned of the American Cancer Society. I received valuable information from them, participated in several of their programs, and even took a medication that was developed as a result of research funded by them. Needless to say I am a believer in their organization and encourage everyone to support them. I had another biopsy in 2009 that was benign, and in 2013 I completed my hormone therapy. As of today I remain cancer free. Thank the Lord. I am a breast cancer survivor of 9 years and counting.



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Every day is a celebration for breast cancer survivor I have a good reason to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness this month. I am celebrating 16 months as a survivor. In the past I participated in Relay For Life and wore the pink ribbon pins. I took it serious as I honored those who were survivors. But looking back I didn’t realize that every day is a day for celebration. For almost five years I worked as an oncology nurse helping patients get through their journey. I never expected to be on the “other side” as a patient. But now I know it was a part of my spiritual destiny. My journey began in September 2014 when I found a lump in my left breast. Journey is defined as a long and often difficult process of per-

TINA BEASLEY sonal change and development. This is the reason I call my experience a journey. Although it was difficult at times, it did change me personally and spiritually. To this date it was the hardest trial I have encountered but God

was with me through it all. In Hebrews 13:5 the bible states that God will never leave you nor forsake (abandon) you. Faith and hope are of upmost importance to get you through trials in your life. In October 2014 I had a normal mammogram but the lump was very painful so I called my gynecologist to schedule an appointment. She presumed it to be a cyst since I had fibrocystic breast disease. I was sent to a surgeon who treated me with antibiotics for mastitis. The pain was not totally relieved and the lump remained. I was then scheduled for another mammogram (diagnostic) and ultrasound on November 21. On that day I ended up having a breast and lymph

node biopsy as well when something looked suspicious. My appointment with the surgeon was moved up to Tuesday because of increased pain. This was a blessing in disguise. I was able to visit the oncologist on Wednesday to discuss my options for breast cancer. Otherwise it would have been the next week due to the Thanksgiving holiday. I worked with Dr. Pavy in the past but now I was sitting in the patient chair. He was standing in front of me while I told my story. He could not give me a definitive diagnosis until I had additional tests/ scans. After my testing was done, I received a diagnosis of metastatic invasive ductal

carcinoma, Stage 3. My treatment plan consisted of chemotherapy first to shrink the tumor then mastectomy, radiation and breast reconstruction. I had to receive Herceptin IV for one year since my tumor marker ( Her 2neu) was positive. My cancer was described as aggressive but I knew my healing was coming. My faith and trust in God’s word carried me through to the finish line. Family and friends prayed with and for me claiming my miracle was coming. I was healed. I encourage women to be proactive about your health. Get your mammograms, clinical breast exams by a doctor and do self breast exams. If you find a lump don’t panic

but do have it checked by a doctor. Early detection is key to successful cure and it really does make a difference. The two most common risk factors are being female and getting older. More than three-fourths of all breast cancers occur in women age 50 and older. I was part of this statistic being age 50. When I was going through treatment I was concentrating on fighting to get to the end of my journey. Now I realize that my experiences gave me a new testimony which will be used to help others and glorify God. I am extremely grateful to be called a survivor and I honor all of you who are in this victory circle with me. Wear your pink proudly.

CareSOUTH Carolina to host free community event Friends and Neighbors fund. To ensure the patients who need care the most are treated, the CareFIRST leadership follow a detailed approval process. Donations from the community help CareFIRST receive over $9.50 of services for every $1 of the Friends and Neighbors fund that is used. CareFIRST Carolina is a partner agency of the Hartsville, Dillon and Chesterfield United way programs. The program has fostered community partnerships and benefited countless patients. The high number of employee and community gifts received has caused a ripple effect in the counties we serve as

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developed to help CareSouth Carolina patients who need financial assistance for specialty healthcare. Local specialty providers, hospitals and service providers donate their time and talent for the patients referred through Friends and Neighbors, but the financial needs remain present. The fund was established to assist CareSouth Carolina have access to the care they need. Our partners in this event include BlueChoice Health Plan of South Carolina, McKesson medical supplies, Carolina Bank, Herald Office supply, Molina Health Care, Hartsville IGA and others. There is an application process to benefit from the


their costumes. In addition, the medical staff will host a free health fair on-site. “We are excited to be hosting this fun community event. Trunk or Treat is a wonderful and safe way for our children to come out and trick or treat,” says Ann Lewis, CareSouth Carolina CEO. “This health celebration is CareSouth Carolina’s way of giving back to our community and letting everyone know what we do every day to help improve healthcare access.” The event supports CareFIRST Carolina’s regional patient assistance program, Friends and Neighbors. A donation-based program


CareSouth Carolina, Inc. and its supporting foundation, CareFIRST Carolina will host its annual Harvest of Health Festival and Trunk or Treat on Saturday, October 22 from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The free event is located on CareSouth Carolina’s campus at 1268 South Fourth Street, Hartsville. Families and children of all ages are invited to participate. CareSouth Carolina will provide free food, drinks and bounce houses for the children. The parking lot will be filled with employees and partners of CareSouth Carolina during the Trunk or Treat. The children can participate in Halloween-themed games while they show off

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City of Hartsville launches Centennial Park metal sculpture contest

The City of Hartsville in partnership with Black Creek Arts Council, Mezzoforte`, and North Industrial Machine is calling for submissions of designs for a metal sculpture to be placed in Centennial Park. This sculpture will be placed in Hartsville’s busy downtown district in Centen-

nial Park, a park that was created to honor the 100year anniversary of Hartsville’s founding. This contest will not only bring more beauty to Centennial Park and our downtown, but will also increase the commitment of the arts to our community.

Halloween history Halloween may seem like a relatively modern holiday, and while it may have become modernized, Halloween traditions actually can be traced back to ancient Celtic rituals. It’s believed Halloween traces its origins to a Celtic festival for the dead known as Samhain. During the festival, people would dress up in costumes and leave treats on their

front doorsteps to appease spirits that were believed to be roaming the Earth on this holiday. Many historians also feel that trick-or-treating can be linked to the European practice of “mumming” or “guysing,” in which costume-wearing individuals would go door-to-door, performing dances and plays in exchange for treats. TF16A461

The theme for this contest is “What does Hartsville mean to you?” This project should be a celebration of the community and of the city and park in which it will be displayed. The contest is open to all artists with an interest in the community. Once finalists are chosen, a gallery display and reception will be held, catered by Mezzoforte`. Judging will be conducted by a nine-person committee. The top ten entries will be placed for public display at the Black Creek Arts Council gallery in late February or early March where public votes will be solicited for a people’s choice award. A final winner will be chosen by the panel and will be announced at the reception taking place at the Black

Creek Arts Council on that night. Catering will be provided by Mezzoforte`. The 1st place winner will receive $500 in prizes from the City of Hartsville in addition to their design being displayed in Centennial Park. A People’s Choice winner will have the opportunity for their design to be constructed and placed on display in another public area. There will also be a Best Youth Entry for ages 12 and under selected by the panel. This winner will receive one tuition-free art class through Black Creek Arts Council. Please contact Rebecca Edwards with the City of Hartsville at 843.383.3015 ext. 1013 or rebecca. for application details and information on the contest.

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HARTSVILLE RED FOXES Foxes top Demons The Hartsville Red Foxes were finally able to put away the scrappy Lugoff-Elgin Demons 2814 this past Friday night on the road to open the region schedule. The lack of practice due to Hurricane Matthew seemed to have a negative impact on the efficiency of the usually high-powered offense of the Red Foxes. Even though the Foxes jumped out to a quick 14-0 lead it was due mainly to the Demon’s mistakes. Lugoff fumbled on the first play of the game on their 17 yard line and the Foxes quickly moved to the 5 yard line where AJ Joyner ran it in. Miller Braddock added the point after, making it 7-0 Foxes with 10:42 in the first quarter. The defense forced a 3 and out helped by a bad snap over the quarterback’s head, putting the ball inside the 1 yard line. After a short

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punt, the Foxes took over on the Demon’s 30 yard line. On fourth down, AJ Joyner completed a 29 yard touchdown pass to Tiyon Evans who made a spectacular one-handed grab in the end zone. Braddock converted the PAT and the Foxes led 14-0 with 6:48 to go in the first quarter. For the remainder of the half there was very little offense as both teams struggled with turnovers

and penalties. Right before the half ended Lugoff put together a penalty-aided drive to reach the Red Foxes 1 yard line. Quarterback Chandler Price snuck it in the end zone on the final play of the half. The PAT made it 14-7 Foxes as the teams headed to the dressing rooms. The second half began with the Foxes throwing an iinterception on the second play. The Red Fox defense held, giving the

ball back to the offense near midfield. The Foxes put together a drive behind good runs by Evans and Joyner. The one yard quarterback sneak by Joyner and Braddock’s PAT stretched the lead out to 21-7 with 4:37 left in the third quarter. Lugoff then drove into Red Fox territory aided by penalties before scoring on a wellexecuted running play from 32 yards out. The PAT cut the Red Fox lead to 21-14 with 11 seconds left in the third quarter. The fourth quarter saw more penalties and sloppy play until the Foxes took over on the Lugoff 32 yard line after forcing a punt from the Demon’s end zone. JC Clair scored on a nine yard run and the PAT made the final score 2814. In spite of having to overcome the lack of practice, the Foxes ended up

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with 299 yards of offense. 115 yards of penalties continued to stall several drives as the offense struggled to get points on the board. With the win, the Foxes moved to 6-1 and 1-0 in the region. The Shug’s Smokehouse Offensive Player of the game was AJ Joyner who passed for one touchdown and ran for another. The Shug’s Smokehouse

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Educating young women about breast cancer At the age of 12 to 15, many young women are experiencing the body and life changes that accompany adolescence. It can be difficult to imagine that breasts that are just beginning to develop may contain cancer. But such is the reality for some girls. The majority of women who receive a breast cancer diagnosis are over the age of 40. Experts at Monroe Carell Jr. Hospital at Vanderbilt University note that only 5 percent of breast cancer cases

are found in women under the age of 40. However, the hospital recently treated a 14-

year-old girl who found a lump and learned she had a rare form of breast cancer called a phyllodes tumor. In 2009, a 13year-old from Little Rock, Ark. found a quarter-sized lump in her right breast, while a 19year-old student at the College of New Jersey was diagnosed with cancerous cells and underwent a bilateral mastectomy. Though such cases are rare, it behooves teenage and adolescent girls to familiarize themselves with the disease

and be mindful of their breast health. Some organizations have increased breast cancer messages for young girls, and it is not uncommon to find young women participating in runs and fundraisers for breast cancer research. Some organizations even conduct breast cancer workshops to educate young women about breast health. Dorothy Paterson of Texas, a former Girl Scout leader who was diagnosed with breast cancer herself,

began conducting workshops for Girl Scouts in 2007. The idea isn't to scare girls into believing they have the disease, but rather to increase their awareness of changes in their bodies that may or may not be normal. Some parents worry that educating children about breast cancer may cause them to worry unnecessarily, especially considering a young girl's risk of developing breast cancer is so minimal. However, others see the importance in

schooling girls early on about a disease that is so common. Advocates of teaching young girls about breast cancer often note that any effort to help save lives and promote health is worthwhile. Just as with older women, adolescents and teens should realize that eating healthy foods, exercising, avoiding alcohol and tobacco, and maintaining annual physical exams with a doctor are key ways to reduce the risk for cancer. TF138403

Beware of scams in the wake of Hurricane Matthew The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs (SCDCA) is advising consumers to be on the lookout for scams in the weeks following Hurricane Matthew. Avoid falling victim to a charity scam with these tips: • Seek out a charity that needs your support. Be cautious of groups that approach you. Get more information on a particular charity by visiting the SC Secretary of State’s Office at to search on a particular charity or by calling 1-888-CHARITI (2427484). • Donate to well-known charities. Watch out for charities that have sprung up overnight. They may mean well, but lack the infrastruc-

ture to provide assistance. Do not assume a charity is legitimate based on its name. Some phony charities use names that sound or look like those of respected, legitimate organizations. • Know where the money is going. Ask what percentage of your contribution goes to the charitable cause. Find out their mission and history. Do not be afraid to ask for details in writing. • Do not give or send cash. For security and tax record purposes, contribute by check or credit card. Write the official name of the charity on your check. Protect yourself from fraudulent contractors: • Do your research. If someone shows up at your

door offering contractor services, be wary. Get references from your friends, neighbors or co-workers, as well as multiple bids on the cost of the project. • Verify information. Check the contractor’s ID with full name, business location and phone number, and ask to see the vendor’s business license/permit from the state, county and/or city. • Do not pay in full up front. Never pay more than half of the cost of repairs up front. Also, consider paying with a credit card or check made out to the business rather than cash. Keep the following tips in mind when fielding emails, texts, and phone calls: • Be wary of emails, texts

and pop-ups you did not solicit. Do not reply to requests asking for personal or financial information, click on or paste links into your browser. Do not call a phone number contained in the message. • Follow up. Verify the validity of the communication by contacting the organization directly, with contact information that you have found in the phone book or by going to the company’s website. • Use antivirus or antispyware software and a firewall. Make sure to update them regularly. Phishing emails may contain software that can harm your computer or track your activities on the internet.

Consumers are encouraged to report scams by either calling 844-TELL-DCA (835-5322) or visiting www. and clicking REPORT A SCAM. For more information on disasters, see SCDCA’s guide to Recovering from a Disaster and Beware of Disaster Scams. About SCDCA

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Men get breast cancer too Men have a small amount of breast tissue, and that means they can be affected by breast cancer. According to the American Cancer

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the growth of breast cells. Breast cancer can be separated into several types based on what the cancer cells look like under the microscope. They can be insitu, meaning non-invasive or pre-invasive. They also may be invasive types that have spread to the ducts in the breast tissue. Breast cancer is about 100 times less com-

mon among men than among women. Only about 2,600 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed in men this year. But men who feel lumps or other anomalies in the area around the nipple should consult their physicians. LS168294

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CHURCH HAPPENINGS Wesley United Methodist Church BBQ sale Wesley United Methodist Church is having a chopped pork BBQ sale by Mr. B’s on Thursday, October 20th from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 4 p.m.6:30 p.m. Eat in (All Saints Hall) or carry out (College Avenue) Tickets are $8. Proceeds go to Soup Kitchen. Call 843-332-1196 for more info and to find out where tickets are available. ________________________

Faith Baptist Church Missions BBQ sale Faith Baptist Church Missions, E. Bobo Newsom Hwy., is having a BBQ sale on Thursday, October 20th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. by Schoolhouse BBQ. Tickets available at Community Pastor Care on Hwy. 151. Will deliver for 10 plates or more. Call 843-857-0101 or 843307-0483 for more info. ________________________

New Providence Baptist Church clothes closet New Providence Baptist Church, 1884 Antioch Road, Hartsville, will be having their clothes closet on Friday, October 21st from 9 a.m.

until 12 p.m. Unlimited free items. There will be clothes, pocketbooks and miscellaneous items. ________________________

New Market UMC fish fry New Market UMC is having a fish fry on Friday, October 21st from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Best fish dinner you can eat! $8 a plate. Eat in, take out or they can deliver for orders of 5 or more plates. Call Kaye Watkins at 843-858-1912 or 843-332-0887 for more info. The church is located at 1921 W. Old Camden Road, Hartsville. ________________________

Jerusalem Baptist Church Celebration The Jerusalem Baptist Church family will celebrate their 147th Church anniversary and homecoming on Sunday, October 23 at 11 a.m. The guest speaker will be Mrs. Jennifer Pinckney, widow of the late Senator Clementa Pinckney. Please come and help us celebrate this great milestone! Rev. Reginald S. Floyd is senior pastor and Rev. Roderick Fountain is associate pastor. 301 S. Sixth Street, Hartsville.

New Market United Methodist Church singing There will be a singing at New Market United Methodist Church on Sunday, October 23rd at 6 p.m. featuring Praisemen with Russell Gainey. Refreshments will be served afterwards. The church is located at 1927 W. Old Camden Road, Hartsville. ________________________

Oates Baptist Church Homecoming Homecoming for Oates Baptist Church, 3569 Oates Highway, Lamar, will be Sunday, October 23rd at 11 a.m. The Tyners from Hartsville will be our special singing group for this event. For more information, contact Pastor Gerald McAlister at 843-307-6203. ________________________

Whispering Pines Baptist Church 64th Anniversary Whispering Pines Baptist Church, 2182 N. Fifth Street, Hartsville, will celebrate their 64th Anniversary on Sunday, October 23rd. Dinner will be served following the morning worship hour. Bro. Randy Baker from

Monroe will be the guest preacher along with his family who will share in the special singing and instrument playing. The service will begin at 10:30 a.m. Pastor Kitral Benton invites everyone to join the celebration. For more info, call 843-3324525. ________________________

Hartsville Community Bible Study You’re invited to attend the Hartsville Community Bible Study October 24 through November 14. The study will be called “All In” by Mark Batterson, a 4 week Bible study. Study session times: Mondays at 10 a.m.-11:15 a.m., 4 p.m.-5:15 p.m. and 7 p.m.- 8:15 p.m. All classes will be held in the community room at the YMCA. You do not have to be a Y member to come to the studies. Childcare is available during the 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. sessions. Workbooks are optional, but encouraged. They will be available for purchase at the first few sessions of each study. You can also purchase your own through Lifeway. ________________________

ter clothes drive for all ages on Saturday, October 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mt. Calvary A.M.E. Church fellowship hall, 1106 S. Sixth Street, Hartsville. 843-3324923. Rev. Dr. Sherry Highbaugh is pastor. If you would like to donate, you may drop items off on Wednesdays in the fellowship hall from 3-4 p.m. or call 843-332-4337 if you need items picked up. ________________________

Spring Branch Baptist Church singing Spring Branch Baptist Church, 5106 Middendorf Road, is having a gospel singing on Sunday, October 30 at 6 p.m. featuring The Rivertown Boys. For more information, call 843-3356651. ________________________

Southern Gospel Singing There will be a southern gospel singing at the Music Hall, Hwy. 151, Darlington, on Saturday, November 12th at 6 p.m. featuring Sandy Banks, Palmetto Street Praise and Vocal Reunion. ________________________

Antioch Baptist Church Fall Festival Antioch Baptist Church invites everyone to their fall festival on Saturday, November 19th from 1 to 3 p.m. There will be food, a jump house, games and prizes, face painting, a hayride, and more! This is a free event. The church is located at 1121 Bethlehem Road, Hartsville.

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Learn about the woman behind the 'cure' Thousands upon thousands of women have battled breast cancer. Some have pulled through the disease, while others succumbed to the disease after a brave fight. Few people who have waged war with breast cancer are better known than Susan Komen, a name many instantly associate with the organization Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the most widely known, largest and well-funded breast cancer organization in the United States. Susan G. Komen was born Susan Goodman in 1943 in Peoria, Ill. According to her sister, Nancy, Susan was the high school homecoming queen and a college beauty queen. After graduating from college, Goodman returned to her hometown and pursued modeling, eventually marrying her high school sweetheart, Stan. Komen was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1977 after finding a lump that subsequent testing revealed was cancerous. Komen underwent a procedure called a subcutaneous

mastectomy, in which the outside of the breast tissue was left intact, but the interior breast tissue was removed. The doctor who did the procedure assured Komen that she was cured. Despite urging her sister to get a second opinion, Komen was convinced she was safe. But within six months Komen found another lump under her arm, and, by this point, it was evident that the cancer had spread. Doctors at the Mayo Clinic soon determined the cancer had metastasized to her lung and under her arm.

Komen underwent several different treatments to slow the progression of the cancer, including radiation and intense chemotherapy. However, the cancer continued to spread and eventually her body developed a resistance to most of the medication. During treatment, Komen repeatedly spoke with her sister about her wish to make the entire breast cancer experience and treatments in the hospital more palatable for women, including improving the appearance of waiting rooms and treatment centers, and doing other things to help comfort those who would find themselves in similar situations in the future. Komen lost her battle with breast cancer in 1980 at age 36. By the time of her death, Komen had undergone nine operations and three courses of chemotherapy and radiation. Nancy Goodman Brinker then made it her mission to do everything she could to help end breast cancer and increase awareness of this potentially deadly disease. In

1982, Brinker established the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation in her sister's memory. Since its inception, the organization, now called Susan G. Komen for the Cure, has provided funding for basic, clinical and translational breast cancer research projects. It also has become instrumental in breast health education and urging women to do selfscreening while promoting annual mammograms. Through the years, the foundation has teamed up with many well-known businesses, brands and organizations as part of its fundraising efforts. To date, the organization has invested $750 million in breast cancer research, awarding many thousands of dollars in grants in countries around the world. Through her struggle with breast cancer, Susan Goodman Komen unknowingly inspired an organization that has helped to save the lives of millions. Learn more at TF138399

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Alcohol consumption and breast cancer alcohol as well, as teen and tween girls between the ages of nine and 15 who drink three to five drinks per week have three

times the risk of developing benign breast lumps, which have been linked to a higher risk of breast cancer later in life.



Classes Available for Fall Registration


Research has consistently shown that consuming alcoholic beverages increases a woman's risk of hormone-receptor-positive breast cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, a woman's risk of developing breast cancer increases with the amount of alcohol she consumes. When compared with nondrinkers, women who consume one alcoholic beverage per day have a slightly higher risk of developing breast cancer. But the risk of developing breast cancer is roughly one and a half times greater for those women who consume between two and five alcoholic beverages per day when compared to nondrinkers. Breast cancer .org notes that experts estimate that a woman's risk of developing breast cancer increases by 10 percent for each additional drink she consumes each day. The risk is considerable for young girls who consume

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Community Is Our Middle Name 708 West Carolina Ave. • 843-383-5344

206 S. Fifth St., Hartsville, SC


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For Classified Ads For Law Enforcement, Firemen, EMS, Active Military Servicemen & Women & Veterans Classified ads are 15 words or less. To place your ad, just bring this form and your ID to the address listed below. Deadline is noon on Friday.

Hartsville News Journal 416 W . Carolina Avenue Hartsville, SC 29550 Name:____________________________________________

ABANDONED VEHICLE NOTICE The following vehicle has been abandoned at 2013 E. Bobo Newsom Hwy, Hartsville SC. Described as a 1981 Ford F-100. VIN# 1FTCF10D1BNA13074. Repair, storage and collection fees will continue on this vehicle on a daily basis. Owner is asked to call 843383-8799. After thirty (30) days, this vehicle will be posted at the Magistrate’s Office for public auction. (10/5, 10/12, 10/19)

APARTMENTS FOR RENT 2 bd, 1 ba duplex apartment. Recently refurbished. Call 843-383-6909 or 843-992-4444. (10/19)

AUTOS FOR SALE For sale- 2001 Chevy Tracker $2,500. 2005 Jeep Liberty $4,000. 843861-1212. (10/26)

BURIAL PLOTS Two plots at Darlington Memory Gardens on Hwy. 151. Serious inquires only. Call 843-9177830. • (TFN)


ROY STALLINGS Call me for a great deal



APC LIQUIDATORS 300 E. Main St. Dillon, SC




Charlie Johnson SCAL #2834

Phone Number:____________________________________


CAMPERS FOR SALE Camper for sale. 1993 Shasta 34 ft., fifth wheel. $2,500 OBO. 843-3835838. (10/26)



Fully equipped Beauty Shop

16493 HartsvilleRuby Rd - 3BD/2BA, Brick, 1800sq ft, 9mi North of Hartsville/2mi before Hwy. 1 in Chesterfield Co, CHA, Refrigerator, DW, Stove w/Above Microwave, Ceramic Tile in Kitchen, Baths & Laundry; Carpet & Wood floors, patio, carport and Utility Shed/Garage, Paved Driveway, 3+ acres, $137,000 OBO Serious Inquiries Only. 843337-0173 (11/9) DARLINGTON Elbow Street, REMODELED brick ranch. 4 bd, 1 ba. 6 closets w/ attached carport. Lot size 100x200. New cabinets, new paint, new windows and new flooring etc. $47,000. POSSIBLE OWNER FINANCING. 919536-9297. (11/9)


350 a month. Deposit required.

Call 843-383-5641 HELP WANTED Tender Care Home Health Care LPN's, RN's 1.888.669.0104 May also apply on-line at:

Now Hiring Sales Associate Apply in person. No calls please.

HOMES FOR RENT (3) Bedroom House for Rent. Location: Butler St., Hartsville. Section (8) Certificate Accepted. Contact 843-861-2938


Life Insurance Nationwide Insurance Walt Peterson 332-9802

origin, or an intention to make such preference, limitation or discrimination.” This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis.

MISCELLANEOUS Wurlitzer piano$600. Sears tractor and equipment$1,200. Typewriter, 1936 model- $500. 1 row plow 5 HP$150. 23 cubic ft. Kenmore deep freezer- $200. Call 843-307-5514. (11/2) New 150cc black moped $950. Great buy! Motorcycle license required. 843-858-4074. • (TFN)



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Fully Renovated 3br 2ba with 2051 Sq. ft. 4 car garage. Brand new carpet/tile and laminate flooring. New kitchen countertops, sink and faucet, huge bonus room, fenced in back yard, large wooden deck, new stainless steel appliances, all new light fixtures, ceiling fans, and cabinet hardware. $179,000. 932 HuntingtonH a r t s v i l l e Woodbridge subdivision. Go to to see pictures. POSSIBLE RENT TO OWN $3500 down $1,500/month (TFN)

ALL REAL ESTATE advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national

3 bd, 2 ba furnished MH w/ washer & dryer. Security deposit required. No pets. 335-5752 or 861-6370.

Classified deadline is noon on Friday.


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10 GOOD PEOPLE WITH BAD CREDIT • None Established • Bankruptcies • Judgements • Charge Offs • Repossessions • Tax Liens


New Test Program For Automobile Financing, Special Allocation of Funds



We have all makes & models available - Hurry, these funds won’t last forever!


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Personal items ONLY. No businesses! Deadline is Friday at noon.

QUALITY AUTO SALES 843-332-4416 • -


BUSINESS DIRECTORY ED PACKETT INSURANCE, LLC Life Insurance Available For People With A History Of: • Diabetes • Heart Disease • Cancer Immediate Benefit Whole Life

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Lot Clearing Land Clearing Digging Ponds Excavation Pond Repair

Ditching Stump Removal Logging Clean Up Demolition Bush-Hogging

Flowers Furniture

1929 Harry Byrd Hwy. between Hartsville & Darlington Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 393-0495

Six buildings full of all new furniture and bedding. Bedroom, Living room, Dining room, Recliners and lots more at wholesale prices.

Pine Ridge Storage 332-6139 or 858-1037 2416 Grace Valley Road Hartsville


Storage Building Rentals, sizes ranging from 5x6 to 12x30 starting at $20 a mo. Storage units are in a well-lit, fenced in area with monitored entrance and exit

TIMOTHY NORRIS 843-858-4481

Give the Garage Back to Your Car


Open Enrollment Coming Soon October 15th - December 7th

Do you need help with Medicare supplement and/or Part D?

CALL RENA HUBBARD 843-615-3530

* 20 Years Residential Experience * Free Estimates * New Construction * Service * Repairs * Installation * Sewer & Drain Cleaning


Aluminum Can Recycling Now Accepting for Recycling City Mobile Home Park 910 Lynnhaven, Hartsville Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

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Located On Corner Of E. Carolina Ave. & Leesburg St. Open Every Friday & Saturday


(Midway between Hartsville & McBee) On Highway 151 across from Kelley Tax Service

Camper Spaces Available

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Wednesday, October 19, 2016 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE


M&M MOBILE HOMES, INC. Now Selling New Wind Zone II Champion and Clayton Homes. Lots of floor plans available to custom design your home. Nice used refurbished homes still available also. Bank and Owner Financing with ALL CREDIT SCORES Accepted. CALL 843-389-4215. Like us on Facebook M&M Mobile Homes. (10/26)

ANNOUNCEMENTS Lung Cancer? And Age 60+?  You And Your Family May Be Entitled To Significant Cash Award.  Call 855664-5681 for information.  No Risk. No money out-ofpocket.   Struggling with DRUGS or ALCOHOL?  Addicted to PILLS? Talk to someone who cares. Call The Addiction Hope & Help Line for a free assessment. 866604-6857   HIGH RISK DRIVER? HAD A DUI? Stop paying too much for SR22, FR-44, or similar High-Risk Car Insurance! Call our FREE hotline today & SAVE money! 844-288-8190   Tuesday, October 25, 2016, is the last day to redeem winning tickets in the following South Carolina Education Lottery Instant Game: (SC832) LADY LUCK    AUCTIONS   ADVERTISE YOUR AUCTION in 101 S.C. newspapers for only $375. Your 25-word classified ad will reach more than 2.1 million readers.  Call Alanna Ritchie at the S.C. Newspaper Network, 1888-727-7377.

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ABSOLUTE AUCTION: Charleston Office Building near Boeing/Bosch, 7951 Dorchester Rd. 7,120 sf. Great Traffic. Nov 8, Onsite or Online. Mike Harper, 843-7294996. (SCAL 3 7 2 8 ) . for details. AUCTION: PSNC Energy UTILITY EQUIPMENT & TRUCKS Backhoe L o a d e r s , Trenchers, Service Trucks, Pickups & More 10/29 @10AM • Gastonia, NC ON-SITE & LIVE ONLINE BIDDING • 804-232-3300x4 NCAL #5914   EDUCATION A I R L I N E M E C H A N I C TRAINING - Get FAA certification. No HS Diploma or GED - We can help. Approved for military benefits. Financial Aid if qualified. Job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance 866-3672513     HELP WANTED Entry Level Heavy Equipment Operator Career. Get Trained - Get Certified - Get Hired! Bulldozers, Backhoes & Excavators. Immediate Lifetime Job Placement. VA Benefits. 1-866362-6497  

HELP WANTED DRIVERS ADVERTISE YOUR DRIVER JOBS in 101 S.C. newspapers for only $375. Your 25word classified ad will reach more than 2.1 million readers. Call Alanna Ritchie at the S.C. Newspaper Network, 1888-727-7377.   Home Weekly, Benefits, Vacation OTR Drivers, CDL, Clean MVR, 2yrs exp. J & J Farms, 808 Byron Hicks Rd., Jefferson, SC. Call Glen or Ronnie: (843) 6725003.     HELP WANTEDSALES EARN $500 A DAY: Lincoln Heritage Life Insurance Wants Insurance Agents • Leads, No Cold Calls • Commissions Paid Daily • Agency Training • Life License Required. Call 1888-713-6020   HELP WANTEDSKILLS & TRADES PIPEFITTERS & C O M B O WELDERS with tig & stick exp. company in Georgetown. Local dependable fulltime Fitters and welders. Welders must pass coupon test call 843-546-2416 to schedule. Fitters can complete applications at 181 Industrial Dr. Georgetown SC NO PERDIEM

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FAST Internet! HughesNet Satellite Internet. HighSpeed. Avail Anywhere. Speeds to 15 mbps. Starting at $59.99/mo. Call for Limited Time Price. 1-800280-9221 NFL Sunday Ticket (FREE!) w/Choice Package - includes 200 channels. $60/mo for 12 months. No upfront costs or equipment to buy. Ask about next day installation! 1-800-2916954   DISH Network NEW FLEX PACKSelect the Channels You Want. FREE Installation. FREE Streaming. $39.99/24 months. ADD Internet for $14.95 a month. CALL 1-800-6350278   Protect your home with fully customizable security and 24/7 monitoring right from your smartphone. Receive up to $1500 in equipment, free (restrictions apply). Call 1-800-795-0237   SAVE on internet and TV bundles! Order the best exclusive cable and satellite deals in your area! If eligible, get up to $300 in Visa Gift Cards. CALL NOW! 1-800685-9730    

NEW AT&T INTERNET OFFER. $20 and $30/mo plans available when you bundle. 99% Reliable 100% Affordable.  HURRY, OFFER ENDS SOON. New Customers Only. CALL NOW 1-800-7050414   MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE Repossessed mobile homes. Move in ready. No rent option, but buying could be cheaper than rent! Owner financing on select homes with approved credit. 803-454-2433       SCHOOLS MEDICAL BILLING & INSURANCE Train at home to process insurance claims, billing & more! ONLINE

FOR RENT 2400 sq ft. building, central H/A. 3 bathrooms and kitchen. Could be used as a small church, residence or office. Available in November. Located on Hwy 151 between Hartsville and Darlington.

Page 11 CAREER TRAINING PROGRAM AVAILABLE! Call for more information! HS Diploma/GED & PC/Internet needed. 1-888-512-7118  

Call 843-332-0858 to place your ad

VACATION RENTALS ADVERTISE YOUR VACATION PROPERTY FOR RENT OR SALE to more than 2.1 million S.C. newspaper readers. Your 25-word classified ad will appear in 101 S.C. newspapers for only $375. Call Alanna Ritchie at the South Carolina Newspaper Network, 1-888-727-7377.

YARD SALE Household goods, furniture, old butter churn, pictures, patio table almost new, chaise lounger, antique secretary desk. October 29th 10 a.m.-until. Can view furniture on Friday, October 28th from 12 p.m.-3 p.m. or call for appointment time. 402 Deerwood Drive, Hartsville. 843-8570671. (10/26)

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34. European country 36. No seats available 37. Make sense of a language 39. Sea eagle 40. One of Thor’s names 41. Public relations 42. Chitchat 48. Metal alloys made of copper and zinc 50. Explain 51. Canned fish 52. Of the nervous system 53. Surrounded by 54. Adam’s wife 55. Thallium 56. Called 58. Monetary unit 59. If not 60. Very fast airplane

CLUES DOWN 1. Bother 2. Sounds caused by reflections 3. Abstains from 4. Article 5. Intuition 6. Ideas of right and wrong 7. Group of chemicals 8. Elected official 9. Magnesium 12.Inspect 13.Initiates function (military) 17.Los Angeles footballer 19.Decomposition of a cell 20.Spartan Magistrate 21.Treaty organization 25.Supplants

29.The common gibbon 31.Members of a Semitic people 32.Small tropical fish 33.Of the cheek 35.Closeness 38.Consider to be unworthy 41.Of the penis 43.Plural form of beef 44.Able to speak or write a language 45.Body part 46.Information 47.Communicate information 49.Nabran village 56.Of (French) 57.Darmstadtium Answers on Page 10

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The football contest winner for Week 6 was Amy Blackburn

Outside Dining with HD TV’s!

Sat., Oct. 22 - SC vs. Massachusetts 12 Noon

CALL IN YOUR TAILGATE ORDERS NOW 332-2234!! Amazing Daily Lunch Deals!! $1.50 Bud Light Draft

Northside Auto Parts Copeland-Little Law Now Offering Front End Alignment Service! Free Alignment check with purchase of 4 tires

Akron vs. Ball State

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Go Red Foxes!

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Serving Hartsville for over 40 years

Hours Mon- Fri 8-5 Showroom open after hours upon request

WE OFFER CARPET BINDING We Can Make Custom Rugs & Runners.

Carpet, Hardwood, Laminate, Vinyl and Ceramic We have Floorte’ Waterproof Flooring Financing options available

Vinyl Flooring $3.99 sq. yd. *Must bring this ad to receive discount pricing.

High quality installation available for residential and commercial jobs.

Melanie Witherspoon

Melanie’s Red Fox Specials Of The Week!

Hunt’s Ketchup 24 oz........................................88¢ Piggly Wiggly Ice Cream...........................2/$5.00 Fresh Family Pack Fryer Drumsticks or Thighs ..99¢ Lb. Jumbo Sweet Onions...................................99¢ Lb.

We Love Our Customers And Support Our Community! 842 S. Fifth Street • Hartsville • 332-8241 Melanie Witherspoon, Manager in Hartsville

3 COMPUTERS • Sales & Support • Custom Built & Pre-Built Computers • On Site Service • Complete Photo Restoration • Video Conversion 423 S. 5th Street • Hartsville


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