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Gingerbread man is a perfect man, he’s cute, he’s sweet and if he gives you any heck, you can bite his head off. – unknown All the world is mad save for me and thee, and sometimes I wonder about thee. – Old Quaker saying Credit cards are like mosquitoes. You can keep them away for a while, but sooner or later they will be back to suck your blood. – Ted Steckley All would live long but

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none would be old. – Ben Franklin Do what you think is right in your heart. You’ll be criticized anyway. – Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962) If something can go wrong, it will. – Unknown,

My idea of housework is to sweep a room with a glance. – unknown Man has his will but woman has her way. – Oliver Wendell Holmes (1809-94)

who takes out the trash and gives the impression he just cleaned the whole house. – unknown Middle age is when the broadness of the mind and the narrowness of the waist change places. – unknown

It’s not easy being green. – Kermit the Frog

Many complain of their memory, few of their judgment. – Ben Franklin

Blessed is he that can laugh at himself, he will never cease to be amused. – unknown

If “ifs” and “ands” were pots and pans, there’d be no work for tinkers’ hands. – Charles Kingsley (1819-75)

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A diplomat is one who thinks twice before saying nothing. – unknown A bulldog can whip a skunk, but sometimes it’s not worth it. – J. Nowell Everything is funny as long as it is happening to someone else. – Will Rogers (1879-1935) How many observe Christ’s birthday, how few his precepts. – Ben Franklin

Woodson recognized as a Master Teacher ‘The Jackie Kennedy of An educator at a South Carolina Independent School Association institution has been recognized as a Master Teacher during the pinning ceremony at the at the Fall Teachers’ Conference held earlier this month on the campus of Orangeburg Preparatory Schools. Tara P. Woodson, who teaches at Thomas Hart Academy, Hartsville, began the process to become a Master Teacher earlier this


Tara P. Woodson, who teaches at Thomas Hart Academy, Hartsville, has been designated a SCISA Master Teacher. SCISA photo. year, according to SCISA Executive Director Larry Watt. “The Master Teacher Program recognizes SCISA teachers who excel in the classroom and are willing to

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share their experiences with other teachers,” Watt said. “SCISA commends its Master Teachers who inspire excellence in the classroom, among colleagues and, especially, among students.” SCISA schools are allowed to submit up to two candidates per year for consideration depending upon school enrollment. The South Carolina Independent School Association is a non-profit, voluntary association of over 120 independent schools serving more than 37,000 teachers and students. Founded in 1965, the State of South Carolina incorporated SCISA as an exclusively educational organization with the responsibilities of establishing accreditation standards, coordinating academic and athletic competition and providing professional development for member organizations.

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the 19th Century’ Below is a monthly column on SC history provided by the South Carolina Historical Society On Nov, 27, 1839, Angelica Singleton of Sumter County married Abram Van Buren, the eldest son of President Martin Van Buren. The President was a widower and Angelica, who has been called “the Jackie Kennedy of the nineteenth century,” assumed the role of First Lady in her early twenties. She and Abram met at a White House dinner that Angelica attended with her aunt, Dolly Madison. Angelica’s parents were Richard and Rebecca Travis Coles Singleton. Raised at the family’s plantation, Angelica attended Columbia Female Academy and Madame Grelaud’s Seminary for Young Ladies in Philadelphia. She was considered quite a beauty, with dark, expressive eyes and a long neck. Her looks, along with lovely manners and an outstanding education, won her great admiration in Washington and beyond. Her portrait still hangs above the mantle in the Red Room of the White House. When the social season of 1839 ended, Angelica and Abram set off on a tour of Europe. She was admired in many countries and was presented to both Queen Victoria of England and King Louis Philippe of France. Afterwards, the couple returned to Washington to resume their

This image is a partial reproduction of the portrait of Angelica that hangs in the White House. The original portrait was painted by Henry Inman in 1842. Image courtesy of the Library of Congress. duties. Due to the Panic of 1837, Angelica’s attempts to incorporate European style into White House functions were criticized by some as aristocratic and extravagant. Her attempt to re-landscape the White House lawn is said to have been one cause of Van Buren’s loss to William Henry Harrison in 1840. After the election, Angelica and Abram spent several months at her family home in Sumter. It was there that she gave birth to her first son, Singleton. In the fall of 1841, the couple and their newborn son moved to Lindenwald, the Van Buren estate on the Hudson River in New York. In 1848, the Van Burens moved with their three sons and niece to New York City.

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S.C. Farm Bureau Federation to host 74th annual meeting Nov. 30-Dec. 2

Agricultural leaders from 47 County Farm Bureau chapters across South Carolina will gather in Myrtle Beach Thursday, November 30, until Saturday, December 2, for the 74th Annual Meeting of the South Carolina Farm Bureau Federation (SCFB). The meeting will highlight achievements of members and legislators over the past year, and provide an outlook on the future of agriculture in South Carolina with the theme “Farm Forward.” The three-day conference will be headquartered at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Kingston Plantation.

Highlights of the annual meeting include a keynote speech from Zippy Duvall, president of the American Farm Bureau Federation; a state-of-the-bureau address from SCFB President Harry Ott; an awards program recognizing more than 100 individual members and Farm Bureau chapters; and numerous agricultural education sessions for members. “As an organization, we strive to work together with communities, consumers and the General Assembly to assure a positive and sound future for South Carolina agriculture,” said Ott. “Our annual meeting allows us to

bring these groups of people together in celebration, and gives us an opportunity to discuss important topics that shape our families and neighborhoods.” Thursday, Nov. 30, the SCFB Ag in the Classroom Golf Benefit, sponsored by the SCFB Young Farmers and Ranchers Committee, will kick off the meeting at the Arcadian Shores Golf Club. Thursday evening, an estimated crowd of 1,000 SCFB members and supporters will gather at Marriott Grande Dunes Hotel for dinner and the Legislative Awards Ceremony, including the SCFB Legislator of the

Year awards and the SCFB Grassroots Legislative AllStar awards. Friday, Dec. 1, will begin with the opening general session talk from Duvall, followed by various afternoon educational sessions. Educational sessions include topics on the farm bill, crop insurance, industrial hemp, the western water capacity use area, interactive cooking and drone demonstrations, and workshops providing credits for pesticide applicators. The Voting Delegate session on Saturday, Dec. 2 will be the main business part of the convention, when delegates will consider resolu-

tions and recommendations to be adopted as official SCFB policy for the coming year, and elect officers. Meeting attendees are also invited to the Big Farm Show outside the Embassy Suites Hotel in the Lakeside Pavilion tent, featuring various agricultural vendors and member benefit displays; the Country Store, sponsored by the SCFB Women’s Leadership Program; the silent auction, co-sponsored by the Women’s Leadership Committee and Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee; Junior and Senior Talent Contests and the SCFB Ambassador Contest at the Marriott

Grande Dunes; SCFB Young Farmers and Ranchers Discussion Meet; and SCFB Young Farmers and Ranchers Excellence in Agriculture presentations. SCFB is a grassroots, non-profit organization celebrating and supporting family farmers, locally grown food, and our rural lands through legislative advocacy, education, and community outreach. The organization, founded in 1944, serves more than 100,000 member families in 47 chapters. For more information, or to become involved, please visit

School District announces November Teacher Feature winners

The Darlington County School District’s Teacher Forum announced recently the Teacher Feature winners for November. The program recognizes one teacher from each school to honor excellence in education. Teacher Feature is coordinated by the district’s Teacher Forum, which is comprised of each school’s Teacher of the Year. The purpose of the Teacher Forum is to foster professional growth and teacher leadership. The Teacher Feature program is sponsored by Segars Realty. Honorees

receive free meals at local restaurants and recognition in their schools. The November honorees are: • Richmond McKelvey, Brockington Elementary Magnet Elementary School • Kate Wright, BrunsonDargan Elementary Schoo • Kimberly Edgerton, Cain Elementary School • Melesa Creamer, Carolina Elementary School • Sarah Hardee, Darlington High School • Breanna Kern, Darlington Middle School • Robert Phillips, Dar-

lington County Intervention School • Connie Altman, Darlington County Institute of Technology • Brandi Phillips, Hartsville High School • Alana Moore, Hartsville Middle School • Kenya Parnell, Lamar Elementary School • Maxine Cottingham, Lamar High Schoo • Lyn O’Donnell, Mayo High School for Math, Science and Technology • Debbie Odom, North Hartsville Elementary School • Shanita Godfrey, Pate

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Year-end charitable gifting Are you making charitable donations this holiday season? If so, you should know about some of the financial “fine print” involved, as the right moves could potentially bring more of a benefit to the charity and to you. To deduct charitable donations, you must itemize them on I.R.S. Schedule A. So, you need to document each donation you make. Ideally, the charity uses a form it has on hand to provide you with proof of your contribution. If the charity does not have such a form handy (and some charities do not), then a receipt, a credit or debit card statement, a bank statement, or a can-

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of household, your standard deduction is $9,350. Joint filers and surviving spouses have a 2017 standard deduction of $12,700. (All these amounts rise in 2018.) Make sure your gift goes to a qualified charity with 501(c)(3) non-profit status. Also, visit,, or to evaluate a charity and learn how effectively it utilizes donations. If you are considering a large donation, ask the charity involved how it will use your gift. If you donated money this year to a crowdsourcing campaign organized by a 501(c)(3) charity, the donation should be tax deductible. If you donated to a crowdsourcing campaign that was created by an individual or a group lacking 501(c)(3) status, the donation is not deductible. How can you make your gifts have more impact? You may find a way to do this immediately, thanks to your employer. Some companies match charitable contributions made by their employees. This opportunity is too often overlooked.

Thoughtful estate planning may also help your gifts go further. A charitable remainder trust or a contract between you and a charity could allow you to give away an asset to a 501(c)(3) organization while retaining a lifetime interest. You could also support a charity with a gift of life insurance. Or, you could simply leave cash or appreciated property to a non-profit organization as a final contribution in your will. Many charities welcome non-cash donations. In fact, donating an appreciated asset can be a tax-savvy move. You may wish to explore a gift of highly appreciated securities. If you are in a higher income tax bracket, selling securities you have owned for more than a year can lead to capital gains taxes. Instead, you or a financial professional can write a letter of instruction to a bank or brokerage authorizing a transfer of shares to a charity. This transfer can accomplish three things: you can avoid paying the capital gains tax you would normally pay upon selling the shares, you can take a current-year tax deduction for their full fair market value, and the charity gets

the full value of the shares, not their after-tax net value. You could make a charitable IRA gift. If you are wealthy and view the annual Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) from your traditional IRA as a bother, think about a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) from your IRA. Traditional IRA owners age 70½ and older can arrange direct transfers of up to $100,000 from an IRA to a qualified charity. (Married couples have a yearly limit of $200,000.) The gift can satisfy some or all of your RMD; the amount gifted is excluded from your adjusted gross income for the year. (You can also make a qualified charity a sole beneficiary of an IRA, should you wish.) Do you have an unneeded life insurance policy? If you make an irrevocable gift of that policy to a qualified charity, you can get a current-year income tax deduction. If you keep paying the policy premiums, each payment becomes a deductible charitable donation. (Deduction limits can apply.) If you pay premiums for at least three years after the gift, that could reduce the size of your taxable estate. The

death benefit will be out of your taxable estate in any case. Should you donate a vehicle to charity? This can be worthwhile, but you probably will not get fair market value for the donation; if that bothers you, you could always try to sell the vehicle at fair market value yourself and gift the cash. As organizations that coordinate these gifts are notorious for taking big cuts, you may want to think twice about this idea. You may also want to make cash gifts to individuals before the end of the year. In 2017, any taxpayer may gift up to $14,000 in cash to as many individuals as desired. If you have two grandkids, you can give them each up to $14,000 this year. (You can also make individual gifts through 529 education savings plans.) At this moment, every taxpayer can gift up to $5.49 million during his or her lifetime without triggering the federal estate and gift tax exemption. Be sure to give wisely, with input from a tax or financial professional, as 2017 ends.

CHURCH HAPPENINGS GriefShare Support Group GriefShare support group will be offered at Emmanuel Baptist Church on Thursdays from 6:30-8 p.m. Those who understand want to help you through this difficult time. Call (843)332-2271 for information or visit griefshare. ________________________

First Baptist Missions Marketplace & Food Fair First Baptist Church,104 East Home Avenue, will be having Missions Marketplace and Food Fair on Saturday, December 9th from 8 a.m. until. There will be gifts, home decor items, as well as cakes, breads, pies and

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Ruby Baptist Church singing Ruby Baptist Church, 23 Market Street, Ruby will be presenting a concert of gospel music Sunday December 10th at 11 a.m. The featured artist will be The Lumber River Quartet. ________________________

Oates Baptist Church New Year’s Eve Singing Oates Baptist Church, 3569 Oates Highway, Lamar, will be having a New Year’s Eve singing on Sunday, Decem-

ber 31st starting at 9 p.m. The Pine Ridge Singers from Hartsville, and Southern Redeemed from Florence will bring in the New Year with praise and worship music. Admission is free, and open to everyone. If you have questions contact Pastor Gerald McAlister at 843307-6203. ________________________

House of Prayer schedule Pastor Billy L. Melton and the congregation of House of Prayer Holiness Church wish to invite you to attend services each week. Wednesday night services begin at 7 p.m. Sunday School is at 10 a.m. Morning worship starts at 11 a.m. and Sunday night worship services begin at 6 p.m.




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H A RT S V I L L E H A P P E N I N G S Jacob Kelley Museum House open house canceled The Historic Jacob Kelley House, 2585 Kelleytown Road, Hartsville planned December 3rd Christmas opening is being canceled due to ongoing extensive restorations. When the restorations are complete we will be hosting a grand reopening after the first of the year. Look for our posting for this as well as the other open house dates for 2018. As always, the Jacob Kelley House Guild is looking for potential new members. _______________________

Kalmia Gardens Holiday Open House Kalmia Gardens, 1624 West Carolina Ave. will be having Holiday Open House on December 3rd from 3 p.m.-5 p.m. Come out and tour the Hart House, enjoy a snack, and a visit with Santa. The event is free. For more information call 843-383-8145. _______________________

Pictures with Santa at Simply Christmas Exhibit Missed pictures with Santa at the tree lighting? Grab a picture with Santa at his workshop! Please bring your own camera for pictures with Santa following the 2017 Hartsville Christmas parade. _______________________

Tyner Family Reunion The 2017 Tyner family reunion will be held Saturday, December 2, from 11 a.m.

until 3 p.m. at Kelleytown Baptist Church Family Life Center, 2609 Kelleytown Road, Hartsville. Please bring a covered dish and any old family photos you may have for a special display. For more information, call Mike Tyner at 843-332-0950. _______________________

Santa’s Mailbox Santa’s Mailbox will start Thursday, November 16th through Wednesday, December 27th in Centennial Park. Santa’s Mailbox is for children of all ages to send him their Christmas wishlist. Santa will reply to all addressed letters mailed by Wednesday, December 20th. _______________________

Christmas Carolina Complete your holiday shopping during extended shopping hours at downtown retailers on November 30th, December 7th, 14th and 21st from 6-8 p.m. _______________________

Christmas Parade The Hartsville Christmas parade takes place on South Fifth Street and Carolina Avenue on Saturday, December 9th at 10:30 a.m. rain or shine. _______________________

The Nutcracker Ballet The Nutcracker Ballet presented by Columbia City Ballet will be Friday, December 15th at 7:30 p.m. at The Center Theater. For ticket information to this holiday tradition, please call 843.332.5721.

Winter Fest cancelled Darlington County Autism Support Group would like to let everyone know that the Winter Fest scheduled for December 2, has been cancelled and we apologize for any inconvenience. _______________________

Brain Injury Support Group The Hartsville Brain Injury Support Group meets the second Tuesday of each month at the Hartsville Memorial Library. For more information call Danny Weaver at 843-861-5413 or Monroe White at 843-6155378. _______________________

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 meeting 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. _______________________

Girl Scout meetings 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. _______________________

American Legion Post 53 American Legion Post 53 invites all veterans to come join us and enjoy a meal on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. For more information please call Mike Jackson at 443-532-4911 or Jim Ousley at 843-3329340. _______________________

Hartsville Toastmasters meetings The Hartsville Toastmasters meet every second and fourth Monday at 7 p.m. at the Black Creek Arts Council building at 116 West College Avenue, Hartsville. Toastmasters International is a non-profit club specializing in the improvement of leadership and speaking skills in a controlled, constructive setting. Guests are welcome and admission is free. If you have any further questions contact Ray Schnell at 3090705 or email _______________________

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21⁄2 cups half-and-half 6 ounces bittersweet or semisweet chocolate, chopped 1⁄2 tablespoon rum extract 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Additional strawberries for garnish (optional) 1. Place the strawberry halves in a single layer in the bottom of the pie crust. 2. In a medium saucepan, whisk together the sugar, cornstarch, cocoa powder, ginger, nutmeg, and salt over medium heat. 3. Whisk in the egg yolks

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A quick and delicious holiday dessert

The holiday season is synonymous with many things, including delicious foods. While turkeys or geese will be found on many a table this holiday season, baked goods and desserts are what many people look forward to this time of year. Holiday hosts with a lot on their plates might not have the time to prepare homemade baked goods for their guests. Thankfully, the following recipe for “Chocolate-Strawberry Pie” from Addie Gundry’s “No-Bake Desserts” (St. Martin’s Press) can be prepared in just 15 minutes, all without

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to create a thick paste. Gradually whisk in the halfand-half until the mixture thickens, about 5 minutes. Bring to a boil and cook for 1 minute. Remove from the heat. 4. Add the chocolate and whisk until combined. Add the rum and vanilla extracts. Cool the mixture for 4 minutes. 5. Pour the filling over the strawberries and up to the top of the crust. Chill the pie for 2 hours or until set. 6. Garnish with additional strawberries, if desired. HL17A401

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1212 Myrtle Street, Hartsville, SC 843.332-2162

Located on Pecan Dr. New paint, appliances & flooring. Stove, Refrigerator, & Dishwasher included. 1 year lease. Deposit Required.

Nice 1 BD Apt.,

1bd, 2bd, 3bd, 4bd Equipped with appliances, computer, exercising & laundry room also rental assistance avaliable


Furnished with Central H/A & Washer/Dryer. $550 plus security No pets & references needed. 843-861-3182

1, 2 or 3 Bedroom Available






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Wednesday, November 29, 2017 HOMES FOR SALE


1998 Fleetwood Mobile Home 28x70 - 3 bed. 2 bath on approx. 1 acre of land. $39,000.00

4 Bed. 2 Bath Doublewide Jamestown Subdivision Darlington, SC $700 deposit $700 rent 843-383-5313

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2 BD, 1 BA Furnished, yard maintenance, trash service. No pets. Deposit required.


Rent $550 a month.

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HARTSVILLE RED FOXES Foxes state bound By Coach Jimmy White In a battle of 12-1 Berkeley and 12-1 Hartsville many people predicted a Berkeley victory. On paper it is understandable whey many felt that way. The Stags had a 2,000 yard passer, a 1,900 yard rusher and a 1,000 yard receiver. But when the dust settled the Red Foxes had a convincing victory that would put them in Columbia Saturday night playing for a state championship. With the 37-20 win the Foxes dominated over a talented team from the Lowcountry. The Foxes took the opening kickoff and on the fourth play Tiyon Evans provided a preview of what was to come. Evans took the handoff and ran 42 yards for a TD. The PAT was



Offensive Player of the Week

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blocked, but he Foxes led 6-0. After an exchange of punts Berkeley got on the board with a 31 yard TD pass from Eric Tuttle to D.J. Chisolm. The PAT was good and the Stags took a 7-6 lead. In the second quarter the Foxes retook the lead with a 42 yard TD pass from A.J. Joyner to Dashawn Davis. Caleb Caldwell added the extra point and the Foxes led

13-7. Bad field position hurt the Red Fox offense, but the defense would not allow the Stags to take advantage despite running 14 plays in Red Fox territory. Near the end of the half the Foxes mounted a drive that ended with a Caleb Caldwell field goal from 30 yards out. This gave the Foxes a 16-7 halftime lead. The third quarter saw

the Stags mount a good drive that ended with a 14 yard touchdown pass from Tuttle to Dervon Pesnell. The successful extra point pulled the Stags to within 16-14 with 7:53 left in the third quarter. Hartsville immediately answered with Evans scoring on a 79 yard run. The PAT made the score 23-14 in favor of the Foxes. When the Red Fox defense stopped Berkeley on 4th and 1 on Hartsville’s 33 yard line Hartsville had all the momentum. After driving to the Stags’ three yard line Evans scored his third TD on the night and the Foxes led 30-14. Berkeley tried to get back in the game with a good drive that ended with a second TD pass from Tuttle to Pesnell. The 2 point conversion

attempt failed and the Foxes led 30-20 with just under 10 minutes to play. Any hope the Stage may have had ended when Evans scored on an 83 yard run. The PAT made the score 37-20 and all that remained was to run out the clock. The Bizzell’s Offensive Player of the Game was Tiyon Evans who ran for 307 yards on 15 carries

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and four touchdowns. The Bizzell’s Defensive Player of the Game was Demonte Capehart who had three sacks and four tackles for loss. Hartsville now moves on to play South Pointe for the state championship Saturday at 6:30 in Williams-Brice Stadium in Columbia. Go out next week and support the Foxes.




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