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DAISY HOLIDAY FAIR COVERAGE: Three of the Daisy Elementary shoppers take time out to pose with Ms. Claus while shopping at the Daisy Holiday Fair.

Mary and Joseph strolled the city streets of Loris last Friday night to greet all those who came into town for the final Friday night of the “Christmas on Main” event. There was dancing in the streets, music around town, fun for the children and of course, Santa Claus visited WLSC to hear a number of Christmas wishes for local children, and even a few adults, too. Greg and Morina Martin of Loris gave an accurate portrayal of the parents of Jesus and spend the evening walking around the crowd and taking photos near the manger scene on Railroad Avenue. “My wife I wanted to do something special to remind people of the true reason for Christmas,” said Greg Martin, stylist at Railroad and Main Salon and also worship leader at Higher Vision Church in Loris. “We were in the middle of a Christmas play at church and came up with the idea to dress as Mary and Joseph for the promotion.” Arts Alive, a group of tal-


Greg and Morina Martin portrayed Mary and Joseph, the CHRISTMAS, A3 parents of the Christ Child, last Friday night in downtown

Loris as part of the Christmas on Main events. The couple sit in the manger among the animals sharing the story.

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SANTA OF MT. VERNON: Santa Claus of Mt. Vernon takes time out from his busy schedule to wish everyone a Merry Christmas.

A2 | HAPPENINGS | Oak Dale Baptist Church located 1695 Oak Dale Road in Loris will sponsor its Christmas Food Distribution Thursday, Dec. 22 from 12:30-2:30 p.m. There will be groceries, clothing and small Christmas gifts on a first come first serve basis. The program is for all people out of work or living on a fixed income. Helping the needy in our community is an ongoing mission project of the church.


Isaac Howell, the son of Tim and Cindy Howell, loves the animals at Worley Lane Farms.

Worley Lane Farms - The next generation BY LACY HARDEE FOR THE LORIS SCENE

Part 2 – From dirt to dairy farm We’ve looked at the 140 year-old history of Worley Lane Farms. Now, we look at the present and how the business became a fully functioning family opera-

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lowing a plan from a higher authority, and the faith to follow it through. Add to the mix a desire for their three still-at-home children to learn the value of hard work and family values, a family pet from the past, and one named Dakota from the present WORLEY, A3


Shannon Page honored as GSFMS top teacher BY LACY HARDEE

The Goretown Volunteer Fire Station of Horry County Fire Rescue will sponsor a turkey shoot at Goretown Fire Station, 365 Liberty Church Road in Loris (between Hwy. 9 Business and Bypass) Dec. 21 and 23 at 6 p.m. each night. Cost will be $3 a shot with a 12, 20, and 410 Gauge. Children are welcome. There will be a winner for every round. Lots of turkeys and hams. Refreshments for sale on site. Proceeds benefit the volunteer fire station.

tion again. How does one go from a career in banking to operating a Grade A goat dairy farm, and eventually branching out to include a line of cheeses and specialty soaps? For Cindy Worley-Howell and her husband, Tim, the call to a more simple way of living was the key to fol-

A recipe is only as good as the right mixture of ingredients, and sometimes one special “secret ingredient” can make all the difference. For William and Lori Jacobs, those words mean a mixture of faith and family with a chance to provide great food, desserts, and catering to the customers at Loris’ latest diner and bakery, Wil-Lo’s Secret Ingredient. The family-owned and operated business opened Monday, Dec. 12 and offers an extensive menu, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner six days a week. In addition to their dine-in or take-out menu, the business offers a full service bakery and catering services to their customers. It didn’t take William Jacobs long once he had the idea to open the restaurant, before the doors actually opened. “I passed by the place several times back in July of this year and thought

back to the times of growing up, going to the Dairy Maid and the stories told to me by my mom, Phyllis, of going on dates there, and just felt the urges of the Holy Spirit to reopen the landmark that has such a rich history in Loris.” said Jacobs. “After contacting Mr. Young and reaching an agreement, we starting working on the place just about four weeks ago, and after some long hours painting, deep cleaning and updating a few things, we are ready for business.” Jacobs made it sound easy, but the truth is he spent several 20-hour days and none less than 16 hours to get the business up and running. Jacobs even missed out on the family Thanksgiving trip to Pittsburgh, Pa., working by himself to be ready for the Dec. 12 opening day. The business is definitely a family-run operation as his wife Lori, sons, Jeffery Chadwick and 14 year-old Gabriel Jacobs, and their


The staff of Green SeaFloyd’s Middle School didn’t have a hard time putting two and two together when it came to naming GSFMS math teacher Shannon Page as their 2011-12 Teacher of the Year. The 28-year veteran teacher, in her fourth year at GSFMS, teaches math in grades six through eighth and is no stranger to being recognized for her abilities as an educator. Along with this year’s accolade, Page was named Teacher of the Year at Palmetto Middle School in Mullins in 1997, and honored as the Teacher of the Year for all of Dillon County District One in 2008. The recognition came as no surprise to many of her fellow teachers at GSFMS.

“Shannon is just a wonderful teacher who always encourages her students to do their best,” said Frieda Varela. “She works hard to see that all her students’ needs, academic and otherwise, are met. She is always willing to give of her time for her students. She searches for other tools and methods to help her students when all else seems not to be working.” Page, however, held a different view, filled with praises of her fellow teachers and staff at GSFMS. “I am humbled that my peers felt I was worthy of such an honor,” said Page. “It is the greatest compliLACY HARDEE / THE LORIS SCENE ment to be chosen by such outstanding educators.” Shannon Page, recently named GSFMS Teaqcher of the Year, interacts with her students Page, a graduate of during a math exercise last week. Page is a 28-year veteran in her fourth year at Green TEACHER, A5 Sea-Floyds Middle School.



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Merry Christmas Lee Graham, above, is better known as the Mt. Vernon Santa Claus, waves from the front door of his home. Since the early 1980’s Graham has provided as place for local children to visit and enjoy the sights of Christmas. His handmade lawn decorations are a labor of love for him and have continued to grow over the years. Graham said he does it all for the children and enjoys every minute of the season especially when the young ones stop by to visit and share their Christmas wishes with him.

Restaurant: Wil-Lo’s open FROM A1 daughter, Samantha McDowell all have active roles in the business. Twila House assists with the bakery duties while Marcie Hewitt, Lori Brown and Fawn Wright round out the staff. “The Holy Spirit has led us here, even though I kept putting Him off,” said Jacobs. “We gather and pray every morning before opening for His blessings on our efforts and for us to serve Him and others through our business.” The extensive menu offers a variety of breakfast specials and sandwiches in the mornings beginning at 6:45 a.m. with a lunch menu starting at 10:30 a.m. offering daily specials for as low

as $4.99 with unique salad offerings, appetizers, and main dishes. The dinner hour beginning at 4 p.m. offers up some tasty main dishes including pasta, steak, and specialty dishes with soup and salad bar, and list of different side items. With its bakery in house, of course there are a number of desserts to be tried, from cheesecake of the day, to pies and Wil-lo’s extrachewy bars. Milkshakes in a variety of flavors, sundaes, and floats are just a few of the tempting treats at WilLo’s Secret Ingredient. To learn more about the newest eatery in Loris or to make an order, call 756EATS (3287) or stop by the popular location on the corner of East Main and Monroe streets.


Wil-Lo’s Secret Ingredient opened up Dec. 12 in the former Tastee Freeze location offering breakfast, lunch, dinner along with a bakery and catering services. Shown above are owners,(l-r) William and Lori Jacobs, son Jeffery Chadwick, with staff members Twila House and Marcie Howett. Chadwick designed the family owned business sign shown on the right.

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FROM A1 ented dancers from the Longs-based dance and musical arts studio performed several dance numbers for the downtown shoppers and visitors. Arts Alive teaches all forms of dance, offering Ballet, Pointe, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Mode dance instruction. The inflatable rides, pony rides, and booth offering hot boiled peanuts and candied apples along with the Open Hearts Toy drive saw a good bit of traffic on the promotions final night. And of the merchants, who have extended their business hours for the event, saw a good number of shoppers, especially families together, visiting their stores and enjoying the evening. And don’t forget Santa Claus, as business for him was heavier than last week as the kids came to make their wishes known and maybe have a picture with jolly ole St. Nick. The “Christmas on Main” rewards program also ended Friday night and later on this week the winners of the grand prize of a washer and dryer set and the other prize winners will be announced. The merchants have been pleased with the promotion and the rewards program has been well received. “As of last week we had more than 700 entries with purchases from our participating merchants,” said Samantha Norris, executive assistant for the Loris Chamber of Commerce. “I will be totaling the dollar amounts and hope to have

Brooke Cribb, 5 year-olddaughter of Matt and Angela Cribb gets a pony ride at the Christmas on Main events Friday. the winner by the end of the week. I feel it has been a great success for the merchants and next year will be even better.” Norris wished to thank all the merchants for going the extra mile and participating in the program. Thirty-two downtown Loris merchants participated in the first ever “Christmas on Main” shopping rewards card program. Those merchants are Blanton Building Supplies, Booth & Company Insurance, Carolina Dental Care, Carolina Events & Tents, Carolina Indoor Flea Market, Carolina Lady, Cash & Dash, Eagle’s Nest Shops, Elliott Realty, Ezizze Davis Foxworth, First Federal, Ford’s Fuel & Propane, Harrelson’s Clothing, Little Lambs & Ivy, Loris Drug Store, Loris True Value, M&J

Creative Floral Designs, Protz Chiropractic, Inc., Railroad & Main Salon, Members of the Arts Alive dance troupe performed to the ‘Nutcracker Suite’ as part of the Shorty’s Grill, The Rene the entertainment during the final Friday of the ‘Christmas on Main’ promotion in downHarless Insurance Agency, town Loris. The Loris Scene, The Loris Variety and Gift, The Salvation Army, Timeless Memories, Inc., Uptown Beauty Supplies & More, Vintage Rose, W.F. Cox Company, Williams Jewelry, WLSC Tiger Radio, Wolpert’s Visit Booth & Company For Dept. Store, and Sherry’s Meds & More. All Your Insurance Needs The Christmas Shopping Incentive Program allowed each customer of the participating merchants to be registered in the Christmas On Main Reward Card program and put into a drawing for a number of valuable prizes. OW ERVING ORTH AROLINA The more a customer spent the bigger the prize they stood to win. There will be a small, medium and large prize given away.

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Worley: From dirt to goat dairy farming FROM A1 and the idea for the Worley Lanes Farms transformation to a small dairy farm was born. No one tells the story better than Howell herself which she wrote it for the Worley Lane Farms website and Facebook pages. Here are excerpts: “Like most people who live in the country, we planted vegetable gardens, apple trees, berry bushes, helped Daddy with his cows, and did other little things around the farm. But somehow it wasn’t enough. There was a big piece of the puzzle missing, something else I was supposed to be doing, something that needed to be passed along, taught to my children. But what?” That ‘but what?’ came by way of a birthday gift planned for their youngest son, Isaac. With fond memories of her childhood English sheep dog Chum, the couple decided to find one for Isaac. Thanks to research and the National English Shepherd Rescue, the newest member of the Howell family, Dakota, soon joined the family farm. “Dakota and I immediately been taking long morning walks on the farm while the kids were at school. As we patrolled around the fields, pastures and ponds, I started looking at the land with new eyes and felt a very real sense of belonging” said Howell. “God used those walks and this young pup to make me realize I wanted this land to remain a working family farm with the inherent traditions and values that my family has held for generations.” The inspiration from Dakota and his strong herding instincts led Howell to the possibility of having goats, specifically dairy goats and thoughts of a dairy farm. Howell approached her husband with the idea, who at first was not as “carried away” by the idea. However, a few months later when Howell mentioned the idea again, he agreed that it might be a good idea. “I am truly blessed with a wonderful husband who supports me and my dreams, even if he doesn’t totally understand my logic,” said Howell. And the wheels were put

in motion for the start of a dairy farm at Worley Lane Farms. After a great deal of research about every area of dairy goats, the dairy farm process, and hours of ground work by Howell, the family farm was soon to be transformed into another family business. “God directed us to an experienced and very gracious “goat lady” in North Carolina. We purchased two freshened goats, or ones who had kidded and were ready to milk, who were purebred LaMancha does. Under [the woman’s] guidance and patient instruction, our dream or my dream maybe, began to become a reality.” They now have four Lamancha does, who all have names. Buttercup, Annebelle, Birgitta, and Moondance join Bongo Bo Diddley, a LaMancha buck who makes it all possible, and are well on the way to becoming a first-class Grade A Raw Milk Goat Dairy. But Howell didn’t stop there, soon learning to use goat milk for other purposes as well. Howell learned to make a variety of goat cheeses, and relearned the age old processes of making unique scented soaps from the same milk. This is but a small part of the real story, as the story’s heart lies in the Howell fami-






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olitics. The almighty dollar. An absolute lack of understanding of the words “loyalty” and “respect.” I could relate the above words to several organizations, schools, and administrations around here, but these are aimed directly at the powers that be at Coastal Carolina University. I did say that right, didn’t I? Its correct title, I mean. After all, it is no longer a branch of College of Charleston, nor the University of South Carolina, but a full-fledged university. The CCU decision was like a slap in the face to coach David Bennett, the only football coach the school has ever known. The man who built the program from nothing – zero – zilch -

into a program most small universities and colleges would be more than to A WRITER’S proud be a part BLOCK of. Bennett’s program has Lacy Hardee produced five players in Tyler Thigpen, Mike Tolbert, Jerome Simpson, Quinton Teal and Maurice Simpkins who each went on to sign with NFL teams, unheard of for a nine-year old program. This definitely helps at recruiting time, just like

the opportunity for a player to play under Bennett. Yet he was not allowed the privilege of letting his staff, and more importantly his players, know of the foul plans afoot by the university for their football futures. Like it or not, Coastal Carolina is still a fledgling football program in comparison to all the other colleges in their division. My personal knowledge of Bennett showed me a man of his word, a man of character and a man with a deep sense of family and commitment to Jesus Christ and his faith. My kind of coach, especially in today’s world with all the troubles surrounding college programs and their leaders. All I know is that when I asked Bennett to speak at a

Loris Middle School banquet, he came and brought with him a few ball players to meet our young athletes, and all shared motivating stories. He did this not once but twice, for the Loris community and the kids. I also know that the entire Coastal football team showed up at my church because Bennett believes that “a team is like a family, and families go to church together.” Every program in the NCAA goes through up and down seasons. This season, the Chanticleers finished 74, their best record since 2006. Looks like somebody was doing his job. If the issue is putting people in the seats during football games, then maybe someone should be looking at the people responsible

for that, because that is not a coach’s job. Is that coincidence? Maybe the university is to blame. How about an economy where alumni, students and local fans are having to cut back on expenses just to get by? After all, a day at a college football game can get expensive. Maybe the leadership at Coastal needs to look at ways to draw fans instead of axing coaches. The way it was done was no less than “bush league” at best. Coastal demonstrates no sense of loyalty, decency, or respect for Bennett, the football team, its coaches or the alumni at CCU. Good luck finding a coach with the knowledge and integrity of Bennett. It won’t be easy.

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he President made it official last week. The war in Iraq has ended. The conclusion of U.S. occupation of Iraq is cause for celebration. Certainly, the nation owes a debt of gratitude to the men and women who fought and won the war. They answered the call to duty and served admirably. Nevertheless, the end of the war leaves an empty feeling in my stomach. When I read about the 4,800 U.S. soliders killed, the 32,000 injured and the vast amounts of money spent conducting the war, I can’t help but wonder what was really accomplished. Did we win the hearts and minds of Iraqi citizens? I doubt it. Everything I see and read indicates that citizens of that Middle Eastern nation hate the U.S. more than ever. Perhaps they have good reason. More than 650,000 Iraqi citizens died over the course of the war. Did the war give us a strong ally? Do we have greater access to the Iraq oil fields? What did we get for the $800 billion spent over the

past nine years conducting war in Iraq? Before President George Bush sent U.S. EDITOR’S troops into Iraq NOTE I used this column to Steve question the wisRobertson dom of such action. Today, I’m more convinced than ever that invading Iraq was a huge mistake. (An even bigger blunder is the war in Afghanistan.) Even when the final U.S. troops are withdrawn later this year, the meter will continue to run for U.S. taxpayers. According to economists from Harvard and the University of Columbia, the final tab for the war could reach $4 trillion to $6 trillion when the cost of caring for the injured and the replacement of vehicles, weapons and equipment is

thrown into the equation. That’s more money than the U.S. spent to fight World War II. It seems to me the U.S. should get something for its efforts. For example, Iraq should give a portion of its profit from oil to the U.S. until the cost of the war is repaid. Germany had to pay reparations after World War II. Why not require the same of Iraq? Don’t hold your breath until that happens. Despite my misgivings about the wisdom of the war, I am delighted to hear the conflict has officially ended. If nothing else, the unwarranted loss of life and limb has been stanched. Hopefully some of the billions spent conducting war can be spent correcting the nation’s anemic economy. The next time the U.S. politicians want to depose an unpopular dictator like Saddam Hussein they should open the history book and read about the fiasco in Iraq. Yes, the U.S. won this war. I remain convinced victory came at a price far too steep, making it a rather shallow triumph.

Education can be dangerous What are we teaching our children? To the editor, My granddaughter, who is in ninth grade, recently had to write a paper titled “The Black Death – How Different were Christian and Muslim Responses?” She was given 10 biased documents which were supplements to the text book and could only use the documents as references. Her conclusions had to be based on the documents. She wrote her paper and documented everything not believing anything that she wrote. I quote her concluding statements. “As it is clearly seen, the responses of Christian Europe and the Muslim world differed greatly. With separate religions and a multitude of locations, both had seemingly different responses. The Christians saw the plague as a punishment and the Muslims saw it as a blessing. The Christians blamed the Jews while Muslims were tolerant of minorities and the Christians abandoned their faith while the Muslims accepted the fate and became more devout to

LETTER TO THE EDITOR their religion. It is evident how the Christian and Muslim responses to the Black Death were seemingly different through their explanations to the plague, their religious responses and their reactions to their faith.” My granddaughter did as she was told. She used 10 biased documents and wrote a paper based on those documents all favoring the Muslim religion over the Christian Religion. Some people state that it doesn’t matter what you read as long as you read everything. There is not time in a life time to read everything and what a waste of time that would be. My Dean of Education taught us that some books were trash, some were to be tasted and some were to be digested. Our children are precious gifts from God. They are to be carefully taught to follow Godly ways and wise counsel.

Brains are like computers. If one puts garbage in, one gets garbage out. If one puts golden thoughts in, one gets golden thoughts out. Our children need to be guided by Christian philosophy and values. Jesus is truly the Way, The Truth, and the Life and no man cometh to the Father except by Him. What does it gain our children if they gain the whole world and lose their own soul? The State Board of Education decides from which books the schools have to choose. It is important who sits on our State Board of Education and chooses our books. The board usually gives the county at least four choices for the courses taught. Our county is evidently making some poor choices. The local school board needs to take back their powers and protect our children from this brain washing that is being incorporated into our books through the guise of education. Education can be a dangerous tool in the hands of the wrong people. Patricia G. Milley Conway

By request, this Column B about what NOT to buy your Sweetie for Christmas is being rerun:


f you need some last minute gift ideas for women, here are a few things to keep in mind when you go shopping: 1. Do not buy your sweetheart something “to make her work easier.” If you buy her a vacuum, you may end up sleeping on the carpet. A blender for a woman is not equal to a nail gun for a man. 2. Do not buy her a gift that’s really for you. For example, a sexy nightgown is not something she’s hoping for. It’s something you’re hoping for. 3. Do not get her something she needs. A gift should be something she doesn’t need, something she just wants, no matter how indulgent or unnecessary you think it is. 4. If you don’t know her size, don’t guess. Look in her closet for something she’s worn in the last three weeks. If you’re still in doubt, don’t get her clothes. Trust me on this…if you buy her something in a size too large, you will not have a happy holiday. 5. In keeping with #1, don’t get her something “for the house.” Picture frames and candle holders and chotchkas are not personal, they’re generic. If it’s something you could get for your secretary, don’t get it for your honey. 6. Jewelry is good. Earrings, bracelets, necklaces, those all work. Expensive jewelry works best. 7. A new book by her favorite author, a new CD by her favorite group shows her you’ve been paying attention and know what she likes. Paying attention and knowing

what she likes can only make life better. 8. Do not, and I repeat, do not, especialCOLUMN B ly if she is of a certain Ettie age, buy Newlands her nursing home grab bag gifts such as talcum powder or note cards. If you didn’t already know this, you need counseling fast. 9. If you must give her something as impersonal as a gift certificate – gulp – make it for extreme pampering. A facial, a pedicure, a massage. Do not give her a gift certificate to a typical retail store. Again, trust me. 10. Romance is the best present. Wisk her away to the place you proposed. Plan a night out, including getting the babysitter in advance, during the week. Frame a love letter you’ve saved to hang on the bedroom wall. 11. Unless she’s specifically asked for one, don’t get her a cook book. You can figure that one out for yourself. 12. Don’t get her a gift that she has to wait for, such as something you’ve ordered that hasn’t arrived yet. Women want what they want when they want it. Are you new here? Women are not as complicated as men think. They just want to be noticed, loved, appreciated, pampered, indulged, intellectually stimulated and valued, and not necessarily in that order. You can thank me later. In the meantime, Merry Christmas.

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Teacher: Teaching instilled since childhood FROM A1


As shown by her bright smile, GSFMS’s Shannon Page enjoys her career as a math teacher.

Mullins High School, went on to pursue her teaching career by earning her bachelor of science degree in special education and elementary education from Winthrop University. Page has continued her education and honed her craft over her almost three decades in her chosen field. Page said her teaching philosophy is based on the primary goal to foster learning and instill a love of learning.

“While I believe that all students are capable of learning, I have also concluded that a student’s desire to learn is vitally important. In order to effectively master new concepts and skills, it is imperative for a student to see the need and relevance,” Page said. “In order to create an atmosphere in my classroom that inspires, I establish relationships with my students, use instructional methods that address various learning styles, and model my own enthusiasm

for learning.” Inspiration to beome a teacher was noted early in Page’s days as an elementary student. “As fortune would have it, I have had many great teachers. However, my first grade teacher was the one who set me on this course, said Page. “She made me love learning and I wanted to be able to do that for others.” Page lives near her parents, back on the family farm in Marion County and is the mother a 21 year-old son, Joby.

Rev. Eddie Altman and his wife Genewood of Conway, Tommy Altman and his wife Irene of Conway and Paul Altman and his wife Shirley of Loris; three sisters: Allatha Mitchum of Charleston, Pauline Peavy and her husband Ronnie of Conway and Scynatha Elliott and her husband Ralph of Nichols; three grandchildren: Ronald

Johnson, Ricky Altman, and Kim Faircloth; two stepgrandchildren: Katlyn Carter and Tommy Rhue; and three great-grandchildren: Matthew Altman, Chandler Altman and Maddie Johnson. He was predeceased by a sister: Ethel Tyler. A guestbook is available at

| OBITUARIES | Margaret Scott Gore NAKINA, N.C. | Funeral services for Margaret Scott Gore, 81, were held Monday Dec. 12, 2011, in the Bethesda United Methodist Church with burial in the church cemetery directed by Inman Funeral Home. She died Friday, Dec. 9, 2011, in Columbus Regional Medical Center in Whiteville, N.C. She was the daughter of the late Shepard and Carrie Faulk Scott and widow of Thurman Grant Gore. She was a member of Bethesda United Methodist Church and the Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Surviving are two sons: Roy and Lacy Gore, both of Nakina; one brother: Ed Scott of Goldsboro, N.C.; one sister: Inez Scott Brock of Lumberton, N.C.; two half brothers: Lloyd and Perry Scott, both of Lumberton, N.C.; six grandchildren; and seven great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one brother. Memorials may be made to the Bethesda United

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Rose Marie Phipps LORIS | Funeral services for Rose Marie Phipps, 71, were held Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011, in the Inman Funeral Home Chapel with burial in the Graham Cemetery in Loris. Services were directed by Inman Funeral Home. She died Saturday, Dec. 17, 2011, in the Loris Healthcare System. Born in Mullins, she was the daughter of the late Alfred C. and Debbie Mae Fipps. She was a member of Dogwood Hill Baptist Church. Surviving are two daughters: Anita Faye Rowell and Sabrina Grainger, both of Loris; three Sons: Billy Don Phipps of Loris, Randy Phipps of Loris, and George Stevens of Tabor City, N.C.; two sisters: Betty France Freeman of Wadesboro, N.C., Alene Gore of Loris; six grandchildren; and nine great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by three brothers,

three sisters and one grandson. Memorials may be sent to the Dogwood Hill Baptist Church 1040 Mt. Zion Rd. Loris, SC 29569. A guest register is available at

Sam Altman, Jr., LORIS | Funeral services for Sam Altman, Jr., age 75, were held Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011, from the Goldfinch Funeral Home, Loris Chapel with the Rev. Mack Hutson and the Rev. Eddie Altman officiating. Burial followed in the Bayboro Cemetery directed by Goldfinch Funeral Home, Loris Chapel. He passed away Sunday morning, Dec. 18, 2011, at his residence following an illness. Mr. Altman was born April 14, 1936, in Horry County, a son of the late Sam Altman, Sr. and the late Carrie Bell Carroll Altman. He was a retired mechanic from the S.C. Highway Department and was a member of the Conway Church of God. Mr. Altman served in the United States

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t has always been all about Him. God. Not me, nor you, nor anyone but Him. Not just at Christmas, but for all time. When we fully recognize this, not only do our lives change, but also the lives of others will change. The world around us will change. Today’s society is in no way wired to this type of thinking. In the words of former NBA all-star David Robinson, we live in a “mecentric” world. A world designed to tell us that it is all about us. A world where marriages are rocked simply because the partners are focused on their own personal happiness, instead of each other’s happiness. Many successful people are often ruined by their own successes, believing they don’t need anyone else’s input. When we

believe that life is all about us and our happiness, our troubles have no choice but to be magniLAYMAN’S fied. The LINES Bible is filled with scores of Lacy Hardee men and women who struggled with the ‘all about me complex.’ King David, Job, and even Moses suffered from it. However, when they turned to God and realized His purpose was greater than any they might have, they began to live lives of commitment and purpose. Living a “God-centric”

lifestyle allowed them to live life to the fullest, accomplishing more than they ever dreamed, free of the worry and anxiety of failure. I definitely fall into this category. How about you? I often am so concerned about my own happiness, what others think of me, and feel what I have to say or what I do is more important than what others are going through or what they have to say. Often times most of my worries and concerns stem from how it affects me. Me, me, me. My recent birthday and this upcoming Christmas season, along with the urgings of the Holy Spirit, led to me realize nothing is more important than what Christ has done in my life. And more importantly, that my life is not about me, but all about what I am called as a believer to do for Him.

2 Corinthians 3: 12-18 says we are merely mirrors that reflect God’s spirit to the world. “With this hope in our hearts we are quite frank and open in our ministry. We are not like Moses, who veiled his face to prevent the Israelites from seeing its fading glory. But it was their minds really which were blinded, for even today when the old agreement is read to them there is still a veil over their minds— though the veil has actually been lifted by Christ. “Yes, alas, even to this day there is still a veil over their hearts when the writings of Moses are read. Yet if they “turned to the Lord” the veil would disappear. For the Lord to whom they could turn is the spirit of the new agreement, and wherever the Spirit of the Lord is, men’s souls are set free. But all of us who are

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Christians have no veils on our faces, but reflect like mirrors the glory of the Lord. We are transfigured by the Spirit of the Lord in ever-increasing splendor into his own image.” When we put our focus and our energies into the service of God and seek to live a life that mirrors His, we will be relieved of the “me complex” and the worries and anxieties that come along with it. Are we willing to change the world, one person at a time, simply by sharing that everything in life is all about Him, because of Him, and most all, ends with Him? This season, and everyday, may we focus on the One Who it is really all about, Jesus Christ. His gift is free. He paid the price. He’s coming back. It’s all about Him…


And the angel said unto them, “Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people.” (Luke 2:10) The shepherds felt joyful when they heard the good news of Christ’s birth from the angels; they immediately went to Bethlehem to see the child. Upon seeing the Savior, they returned home praising and glorifying God. The righteous man, Simeon, who had waited long for the consolation of Israel, was also joyful as he held the baby in his arms and blessed God. Christ’s mother, Mary, said a lengthy prayer that praised God. Each of these were joyful for Christ. Years later, after Jesus was grown, he was walking through town when a sinner named Zaccheus climbed a tree to see him. Jesus saw him and said, “Zaccheus, make haste, and come down; for today I must abide at thy house.” (Luke 19:5). Zaccheus received Jesus into his heart and went home with joy. Christ is a risen Savior who freed us from sin and allows us to enter the joy of our Father in Heaven. He was born for our salvation, and he gives us happiness as a friend who is always with us. Dear Father in Heaven, It was for joy Jesus was born to take away sin. Thank You for freeing me of sin to have joy on earth. Amen.

| CHURCH NEWS | Grace Walk Fellowship meets twice a month Grace Walk Fellowship in Myrtle Beach is establishing their identity in Christ and living in His amazing grace. They meet every first and third Saturday of the month at 6 p.m. Local home groups developing. For more information call 412-445-5815 or email:

Team-kid Program at Loris First Baptist Loris First Baptist Church is sponsoring Team Kid, a weekly program on

Wednesdays for kids ages 3 through the sixth grade. There will be a meal provided for the kids from 5:30 – 6 p.m. after which they will attend a fun and energetic class until 7 p.m. at which time you may pick up your child. It is going to be a fun and safe environment for your children to hear and learn about Jesus. If you have questions, call our church office at 7567385.

Jimmy G’s Chicken and BBQ has sent Resurrection an invitation to benefit from their “pay it forward” policy. Bring Resurrection’s bulletin with you when you dine with Jimmy G’s Chicken and 20 percent of the total amount you spend there will be donated to Resurrection Church as a good will offering. Jimmy G’s chicken and BBQ is located at 3700 Hwy. 701 North, 756-7064.

Resurrection Church’s benefit ’Pays it Forward’

The Good Shepherd Community Church of Tabor City, N.C., is currently hold-

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ing worship service at the Kingston Lake Association Building on Church Street in Loris. Service is held each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. • Joy Night Prayer and Preaching services are held each second Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. • The second Sunday is Youth Day at Good Shepherd. Everyone is invited to hear Preacher Min. R. Caleb Gilbert, 10 years-old, and the Youth Praise Team. For more information call Pastor Gilbert at 910-2094970 or visit

Oak Dale Baptist to hold food distribution Dec. 22 Oak Dale Baptist Church located 1695 Oak Dale Road in Loris will sponsor its Christmas Food Distribution Thursday, Dec. 22 from 12:30-2:30 p.m. There will be groceries, clothing and small Christmas gifts on a first come first serve basis. The program is for all people out of work or living on a fixed income. Helping the needy in our community is an ongoing mission project of the church.

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Faces of Christmas; Faces of 2011 BY LARRY DEEDS FOR THE LORIS SCENE

Someone once coined the phrase that the eyes are the “windows of the soul.” Looking at someone’s face can often give us an inclination of what that person is thinking or feeling. Think back 2000 years and gaze on the faces at that very first Christmas. See the innkeeper, often the “villain” of Christmas (and I think we’re usually too hard on him) as he ponders his options: shouldn’t I have added more rooms when I heard of the census; why wouldn’t one of my guests give up their room for this needy couple. Was there more I could do? There’s Joseph, at first grim faced as his young, bethrothed Mary gives birth to a son, not in a home or even an inn, but in a stable. Then see his eyes glitter and his mouth turn into a smile as he glimpses the arrival of the Baby. And don’t miss young Mary, perhaps as young as 13, certainly no older than a mid-teen. See her face contort in pain as the labor contractions force her Son into the world. Then as the miracle of birth occurs, see the look of motherly love chase the pain from her eyes. See the tears flow as she looks on that little red, squealing Child in her arms. See the look of wonderment and contentment in her as she cleans Him up and prepares to provide His first human nourishment and nestle Him on her arms. Then look at the Baby, certainly the center of attention (the center of eternity). He enters the world in a flood of water and blood; the warmth of His mother gives way to the cold of the stable. His nose catches the not-so-aromatic scent of animals and all that is associated with

their “home.” His first sensations are painful; His first emotion is fear. His first sound is a screeching wail that awakens all of the stable “residents” (and maybe some of those sleeping in the inn nearby). Then see His face give way to other feelings as He senses the warmth and love of mother, ingests her milk, and takes His first Bethlehem sleep. Out in the countryside, the angelic choir exudes pride and privilege as they herald His birth: “good news to all mankind,” “a Savior who is Christ the Lord;” “glory to God in the highest and on earth peace, goodwill”. And the shepherds stare in fear and amazement at that glorious announcement, look quizzically at each other as they ponder what to do, and then gaze in awe at the young mother and her Holy Infant. Such were the faces of that first Christmas. Now fast-forward to December 2011. Last week our church’s AWANA group entered a float in the Conway Christmas parade. As we slowly made our way down the parade route, I couldn’t help but notice the faces in the crowd. There were many children, mostly smiling, waving, sharing the sights and sounds with siblings and parents. Some were eagerly enjoying the candy they received. But some, too many, were somber and sad-faced young people, much too young to look that sad at Christmas. And I wondered at what brought tears to their eyes and down-turned lips: some probably hadn’t had anything for breakfast, maybe nothing to eat the day before. Others may have been ill, hurt, or had recently lost loved ones. Some were victims of abuse and neglect. And the adults showed a variety of countenances too.

Many of them smiled and waved, shouting “Merry Christmas” but too many also showed hurt, concern, worry. A father who just lost his job. A family about to lose their home. A young mother who just heard the “cancer” diagnosis. Some abused, some neglected, too many feeling unloved and unwanted. And I pondered too, asking how many of even the smiling faces were masking inward agony. How they need to look at that remarkable face of Christmas. Not the Baby in the manger, not the Man on the cross. But the risen and victorious Jesus Christ, King of Kings and Lord of Lords. And at this festive time of year (which for all too many is a time of fear, need, depression and dismay) let us listen to His words. He spoke to Nicodemus: “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him should not perish but have ever lasting life.” (John 3:16) “Whosoever?” That’s you and me! Hear Him promise: “Come to Me, all who are weary and burdened down and I will give you rest.” (Matthew 11:28) A promise to all who will receive Him. Listen as He tells us what He told His disciples on the night before His death: “Peace I leave with you. My peace I give to you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Your heart must not be fearful or troubled.” (John 14:27) And finally look into His face and eyes of compassion as He tells us, “Let not your heart be troubled; believe in God believe also in Me. In My Father’s house are many dwelling places…I go to prepare a place for you…I will come back and receive you to Myself that where I am, you may be also…I am the

Mt. Vernon Baptist Church, 4301 Red Bluff Rd. Loris, SC would like to join you in praying over your needs and concerns. Please call (843) 756-6221 and leave your message. If you would like to receive a Prayer Gram and/or a follow-up phone call, please leave your name and address and/or your name and phone number. And as always, everyone is welcome to join us for Sunday School & Worship Services. Pastor: Rev. Rory Thigpen at 843 756-6221 or 843 333-6582.

Way, the Truth and the Life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” (John 14:1-3, 6) Look on His face; hear His promises. Believe Him and accept Him as Savior and Lord. It’ll make a difference in your face!



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Loris High School students selected as members of the All County Chorus are: left to right, row one: Emily Scott, Victoria Bellamy, Lauren Graham, Courtney Russell, Devon Biroczky, Sandra Holmes, Hannah Edwards, Brook Huggins, Alston James; row two: Lacey Jo Shannon, Naomi Jenkins, Christian Stevens, Justin Prince, Henry Harrelson, Mandy Bruton, Holly Hardee, Courtney Clark; row three: Pam Harrelson (accompanist), Brandon Causey, Ryan Todd, Caleb Stalvey, Douglas Stephens, Tanner Cox; row four: Derek McCormick, Jameson Hardee, Tanner Chock, Austin Soles, and Pam Muise (director).


Loris High School students selected to All State Chorus are Mandy Bruton earning a spot in the SATB Honor Choir. The other girls are in the SSA Choir. All boys are in the TTB Choir. Row one are: Emily Scott, Lauren Graham, Hannah Edwards, Mandy Bruton, Courtney Clark; row two: Pam Harrelson (accompanist), Ryan Todd, Brandon Causey, Tanner Cox, Pam Muise (Director); row three: Derek McCormich and Tanner Chock.

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Army chaplain future for LHS senior BY LACY HARDEE FOR THE LORIS SCENE

A military career for a young man or woman these days is not a bad idea, and Loris High School senior Jared Myers has his eyes set on a higher calling within its ranks. That of an Army chaplain. Myers, the son of Jesse and Josephine Gore, has coupled his love of the military life and his strong spiritual beliefs, serving them both with the same passion. The same led him to become a battalion commander of the Loris High School ROTC “No Slack” Battalion. Apparently, Myers also

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has that something special that his peers recognize, as he was selected president of the 2011-12 LHS senior class. Myers’ other talents show him to be well-rounded as he sits first chair Alto saxophone in the LHS symphonic band, and participates as a two-sport athlete for the Lions football and basketball teams. Myers professes a love of watching both sports, on the college and professional level as well. Myers is extremely proud of his family and his hometown and believes in the city of Loris. “I do believe that great things can and will come

out of the City of Loris, and I make it my business to go outside the box and do outstanding things,” said Myers. “I live each day by the motto, ‘Have no regrets.’ “So, I live my life to the fullest so that I can come out on top because I AM Loris.”

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the City of Loris will hold a budget hearing, Friday, December 30, 2011, at 9:00 a.m. in Loris Council Chambers for the purpose of receiving public comments on the FY2012 Proposed Operating Budget covering the period January 1, 2012 thru December 31, 2012. The public is invited to attend this hearing. The budget will be available for public inspection at Loris City Hall, 4101 Walnut Street, Loris, S.C., Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM. David E. Stoudenmire, Jr. Mayor City of Loris


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| RECENT BIRTHS | Kimberly E. Hicks and William C. Davis, Jr., of Little River, a daughter, Isabella Marie Davis, born Nov. 28. Deanna K. Batten and Lucio Barron, Jr., of Chadbourn, N.C., a daughter, Brook’lyn Renee Barron, born Nov. 28. Kimberly Bellamy of Conway, a daughter, Jayla Jalivia Jackson, born Nov. 28. Arlyn Dante and Lonnie T. Johnson of North Myrtle Beach, a son, Alexandria Dante Johnson, born Nov. 29. Alanda S. McCray of Loris, a daughter, Brianna Yvonne Hickman, born Nov. 29. Stacy M. Lee of Brunswick, N.C., a daughter, Emma Grace Lee, born Nov. 30. Annetta L. Locklear and Stephen C. Auclaire of Loris, a son, Travis Stephen Auclaire, born Nov. 30.

Brittney L. Hufnagel and Michale E. Bannister of Conway, a son, Tristan Edward Bannister, born Dec. 1. Kaytris Y. Williams of Loris, a daughter, Aubriauna Arie Williams, born Dec. 1. Lisa Y. Alexander and James L. Hill of Little River, a son, Jasiah Lamont Syreece Hill, born Dec. 2. Allyson G. Parker and William E. Boyd of Green Sea, a daughter, Sarah Ellyson Boyd, born Dec. 3. Jodi L. Johnson and Shayne R. Thomas of Conway, a son, Bryce Collin Thomas, born Dec. 5. Chelsea D. Thomas Kinzer and Jessie L. Kinzer of Loris, a daughter, KyleeRhea Jeanene Kinzer, born Dec. 5. Helen K. and David I. Green of Whiteville, N.C., a daughter, Adrienne Sue Green, born Dec. 6. Mariah P. Kersey and


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The Loris High School National Art Honor Society made a trip to Pop’s Glass in Downtown Conway to learn glass blowing and make their own ornaments. Pictured at left is the honor society together as a group. Bottom left, Christian Fowler blows into the glass blowing rod while Ed Streeter turns and manipulates the glass ornament. PHOTOS BY HEATHER GALE / FOR THE LORIS SCENE



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LHS art society students learn the art of glassblowing BY HEATHER GALE FOR THE LORIS SCENE

Lauren Rose has always been interested in the process of glass blowing, but had never gotten the chance to see it up close. “This is the first time I have taken part in a project like this,” the Loris High school art student said. “I definitely think it is interesting and it is a great experience.” More than 18 students from the Loris High School National Art Honor Society took a trip to Conway Friday to take a class in glass blowing at Pop’s Glass and make their own Christmas ornament. Amber Harrelson, another art student from Loris High, said she couldn’t wait to get down to the studio to make her ornament. “It is so cool and I am glad we get to learn how to work with glass and I was very excited to come,” she said. Ed and Barbara Streeter, owners of Pop’s Glass, run the classes at their studio in Downtown Conway. The couple has been working together for many years and creating great pieces of art through glass blowing. To make the ornament, Mr. Streeter explains to the students how the 1,200 degree furnace keeps the glass melted and that heating and cooling are keys to the process. First, Mr. Streeter takes a dollop of glass from the furnace, starts to shape it, heats it again in another oven, adds color using minerals and then manipulates the glass by rotating it and blowing it. The students were able to blow the glass while Mr. Streeter did the rest. Mrs. Streeter said her husband teaches more than 50 classes per week.

“From October to December, we see more than 600 students from all over the country who are interested in glass blowing,” she said. “Just a few weeks ago, we had a couple who flew in from California. It is great to see so many people interested in glass blowing.” Jen Pierce, visual arts teacher at Loris High, said she is glad the students got to participate in the glass blowing class. “It is a fascinating concept and we want to make sure we expose the students to all kinds of art mediums,” she said. “We can’t do glass blowing in the classroom so I am glad there are places like Pop’s Glass that do classes so we can enjoy it and learn about it.” Stephanie Harrelson, another art student from Loris High, said she had no idea how much went into glass blowing. “It is such an interesting process,” she said. “I don’t think I would want to do this as a career, but it is a possibility. I am just excited for the experience and thankful we got to come down here.” Emily Vail, another art teacher at Loris High, said the students love to explore different art forms and the local artist community. “There is only so much we can do in the classroom and they need to know there is an art community out there in the local area,” she said. “We want to make sure the students know they don’t have to leave the area to be an artist, we have a great art community right here.” Streeter said the biggest draw to the glass blowing class for people is making their own ornament. “People enjoy doing things with their hands and creating

gifts that they made themselves,” she said. Anyone ages 5 and up is invited to take a glass blowing class at Pop’s Glass. Classes are $25 per person. Pop’s Glass is located at 209 Laurel St. in Conway. Call 248-3558. A new round of classes starts in February.

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Three Daisy Elementary customers take time from shopping at the Holiday Fair to pose for a picture with Santa and Mrs. Claus after shopping for the greatest gifts.


MONEYMATTERS Daisy Elementary has Holiday Fair Budget time for this important read.

and visit from Mr. and Mrs. Clause BY BRADLEY BLANTON FOR THE LORIS SCENE

The Daisy Elementary School PTO recently held a Christmas Holiday Fair. It was a place where the students of all ages were able to purchase gifts for their family and friends without Mom and Dad “knowing” what they were getting. The holiday sale was an assortment of goodies ranging from just a quarter to more than 10 dollars. The sale had everything the big chain stores have around this time including hot chocolate and donuts for the browsers and free gift wrapping for the ones purchasing goods. They even had a visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus. Pictures with them were also available. It was open from the start of school until around 7 p.m. during this past week. As parents, we usually

hear the words “I want” so much this time of year that it drives us crazy. We finally realize that no matter what kids want today it will be different tomorrow. Having the pleasure of working at the fair, I realized that if we as parents will slow down, our kids can really be savvy shoppers as well as thoughtful givers. With the variety of goodies at a wide range of prices, it was awesome to see kids look for just the right gift for their parents. A little girl came to buy something for her parents but didn’t have a lot of money, so I showed her the items that were in her price range and the different combinations that she could put together. I began to watch her as she picked up every little piece and examined it closely, thinking intently on whether this or that was special enough for her parents at

| LORIS HEALTHCARE EVENTS | Follow us on FaceBook at Keep up with current happenings and events, hear about new services and physicians, take health quizzes, post questions and learn more about dealing with health issues. Injury Screenings A McLeod Sports Medicine certified athletic trainer will evaluate acute and chronic injuries, provide treatment advice, consult on bracing and orthotic options, communicate exercise modifications and provide timely physician referrals. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (360) 213-3620 or 281-3737. Date: Every Wednesday Time: 7 a.m. – 12 p.m. Location: North Myrtle Beach Aquatic & Fitness Center Fibromyalgia and Arthritis Support Group Whether you have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia or Arthritis yourself or you are caring for a loved one suffering from the pain, we understand what you are experiencing. For more information, call 716-7381. Date: Wednesday, Jan. 4 Time: 11 a.m. Location: North Myrtle Beach Aquatic and Fitness Center Stroke Support Group – NEW! Have you been affected by a stroke or know someone who has? For more information about Loris Healthcare Systems new support group, call 716-7381. Date: Tuesday, Jan. 10 Time: 10 a.m. Location: Seacoast Medical Center Multiple Sclerosis Support Group Are you looking for an opportunity to share your multiple sclerosis experiences with someone who can identify with them? Loris Healthcare System is now offering a MS Support group that will prove to be educational and positive. For more information, call 716-7381. Date: Tuesday, Jan. 10 Time: 6 p.m. Location: Center for Health and Fitness Dinner with the Doctor Series A question and answer session will follow each of the following lectures, and guests will enjoy a complimentary dinner. Registration is required. For more information or to register for any of the following, call -7381. Hormone Replacement Therapy: A Choice Speaker: Linda MCLain, MD Date: Wednesday, Jan. 11 Time: 6 p.m. Location: Seacoast Medical Center FREE Lymphedema Screenings - NEW! Lymphedema can occur when lymph nodes are removed due to cancer of the breast and can often be improved through manual drainage, bandaging, and education. If you would like to register for this screening, or would like to have more information, call 390-8254.

home. Seeing she was having a hard time, I proceeded to see if I could be of any assistance and she informed me that she was looking for the perfect gift. We talked about her parents and she informed me quickly that she wanted the best gift. After a little more time, she finally decided what the perfect gift was and glowed as she proceeded to pay for it with her money. With her inquisitiveness and patience she showed me that she knew it wasn’t about what you give but the thought you put into it. It was an awesome lesson we all could learn from. Special Thanks to the Daisy Elementary PTO and staff, all the volunteers that helped and to all the teachers and bus drivers that helped ensure that the perfect gift met the perfect parent. May everyone have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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Pest Control • Interior & Exterior Service Roaches • Fire Ants • Spiders, etc. Odorless Chemical Used No Contracts Required Call 756-3853 until 9 p.m. Service Technician: Neal Richard Also painting, pressure washing & landscaping, moderate to small hauling jobs.


Southern tradition Charles Grainger, right, and Roy Douglas sells collards, turnips and sweet potatoes on the corner of Walnut and Broad Street just in time for the holidays.

AVAILABLE NOW! We Buy, Sell and Shell Pecans “OUR STONEGROUND GRITS & CORN MEAL” BUTTERBEANS • PEAS • COLLARDS 10 lb bag Red Sweet Potatoes and Dry Beans ICE Taking orders for Fruit & Mixed Fruit Boxes for Christmas $1.00

Mount Vernon Farm Market Call 756-0104 For More Information “Personal, Quality Healthcare For Your Child” Donald N. Ludlow, Jr., M.D., F.A.A.P. Michael Sanger, D.O. Rimon Youssef, M.D., M.S.C.R. Kenneth Richards, M.D. Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine

2828 Bayboro St., Loris, SC 29569 (843) 716-BABY (2229) VICTORIA MORGAN / FOR THE LORIS SCENE

Christmas story

How to make your home stand out...

The Loris First Baptist Church Adult Choir and Youth Group presented “The Christmas Story” this past Sunday evening. Old familiar Christmas hymns and newer ones were incorporated into the production which chronicled the birth of the Christ child.

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| COMMUNITY CALENDAR | Loris Senior Center Loris Senior Center located at 4214 Railroad Ave. in Loris, beside City Hall, is now open Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. The center helps promote health, nutrition and exercise. Along with these things, there are games and lots of fun for all. If you are a senior citizen, come join us for fun-filled days at the center.

Loris Lions Club meets twice a month

Goretown Fire Department Turkey Shoot

The Loris Lions Club meets the first and third Tuesday evenings of each month from 6-7 p.m. at The Todd House, 102 Live Oak Street, Tabor City, N.C. For additional information on our meetings and or the Lions Club’s organization, call Lion Jim Murph at 7567900.

The Goretown Volunteer Fire Station of Horry County Fire Rescue will sponsor a turkey shoot at Goretown Fire Station, 365 Liberty Church Road in Loris (between Hwy. 9 Business and Bypass) Dec. 21 and 23 at 6 p.m. each night. Cost will be $3 a shot with a 12, 20, and 410 Gauge.

Children are welcome. There will be a winner for every round. Lots of turkeys and hams. Refreshments for sale on site. Proceeds benefit the volunteer fire station.

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| POLICE REPORTS | Burglary According to a Nov. 19 Loris Police report, an officer responded to a call in reference to a burglary. The victim, a 62-year-old Loris woman, stated when she returned home, she noticed that her window was broken and items were missing from her residence, said the report.

Gas Drive Off According to a Dec. 1 Loris Police report, the complainant, a 50-year-old Loris man, reported that a female pumped gas at the Loris business and left without paying for it. The suspect is unknown.

Larceny According to a Dec. 3 Loris Police report, an officer was dispatched to a call

of a stolen propane tank from a grill. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with the complainant, a 58-year-old Loris woman, who stated that she borrowed a grill (a large one on trailer) from the victim, a 46 year-old Loris man, and someone had taken the propane tank from the grill, said the report. The complainant stated that the tank was there the night before and it was gone the next morning. The hose was cut and the tank and valve were missing.

Receiving Stolen Goods According to a Dec. 3 Loris Police report, the complainant, a 51-year-old Loris man, stated that he left his bicycle in a business

parking lot and returned a few moments later and discovered that it was missing. The complainant described the bicycle to the officer and the officer located the suspect, a 18-yearold Loris man, riding a bike fitting the description, said the report. The officer stopped the suspect and asked him where he got the bike and the suspect stated he found it on Jenerette Street in a ditch. The suspect admitted to being at the business at the same time the complainant was there but stated that he did not take the bike from the business, said the report. The officer recovered the stolen property and the suspect was charged with receiving stolen goods.

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Announcements 100 - 109 102 Auction Sales NEW YEARS AUCTION 12/31/11 at 1pm. The Damn Yankees, Hardeeville, SC. Antiques, Orientalia, Sterling, Decorative Arts, and more. Always accepting quality consignments. 843784-5006

103 Business Notices

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105 Garage / Yard Sales

GET RESULTS! Place your Yard Sale Classified for Only $15.00! Includes 20 words, additional words $0.24 cents per word. Includes coverage throughout Horry County and Free Online placement of the ad. MY COMMUNITY has an Annual Yard Sale in the Spring and the Fall in Socastee. People respond to the News & Shopper Classified ad from Aynor, Conway, Loris & Longs. Our Yard Sale is Always a Success Thanks to the Shopper! Tom SUBSCRIBERS TO the Horry Independent Newspaper Receive One FREE Classified per week. Free Classifieds are to be used for personal items for sale only. Real Estate for rent or sale, anything business related or items that you have more than one of: example-pets, do Not qualify for the Free Classifieds. You may mail, fax, email or bring in your free classified, no phone calls please. YARD SALE. Baby Crib, Car Seat, etc. All Size Clothes from 0-3 mos. to 24 Large Size. Some Furn. 843-602-1104. Antioch Rd. Off of Hwy 378

106 Lost & Found

FOUND IN the Bucksville area. Small White cat with Siamese markings, Green & White collar, No ID tag. Call 843-397-4300

107 Misc Announcements

$2,500 REWARD for Information Leading to the Arrest of Persons Involved in Break-In 12-311 at Strand Storage Center, Hwy.501, Conway. CLASSIFIED AD PRICES: One week $26.52, Two weeks $47.52, Four weeks $70.08, Thirteen weeks $195.00, Fifty-two weeks $651.04. Prices include twenty words, additional words are $0.24 cents per word, per week. Prices include coverage throughout Horry County in All five of our publications and Free Online placement of the ad on All of our websites. LEGALLY ARM YOURSELF! Apply for a concealed weapons permit. Classes held on Saturdays. Group Discounts Available CALL 843-333-3010

109 Public Notices PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Horry County Board of Architectural Review will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, January 25, 2012 at 2:30 PM in the Multi-purpose Room of the Government & Justice Center located at 1301 2nd Avenue in Conway, SC for the purpose of adding the following properties to the Horry County Register of Historic Places. All interested persons are urged to attend. For further information, please contact Adam Emrick at (843) 915-7897. 1. Gause Cemetery– 12400-04-021 2. Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery– 11400-01-019 3. Hickory Grove Baptist Church Cemetery– 12400-02-003 4. Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery– 11300-01-003 5. Juniper Bay Baptist Church Cemetery- 121-0001-002, 121-00-01-004 6. Baker’s Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery– 08300-01-040 7. Silent Grove Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery– 028-00-01-078, 028-00-01079 8. Hilburn Cemetery– 10100-05-015, 101-00-05-005 9. Lewis Cemetery– 11300-02-046 10. Mt. Lebanon Cemetery– 101-00-07-002 11. Abigail Cemetery– 10100-04-060 12. Mt. Leon Cemetery– 101-00-07-003 13. Grainger Cemetery– 114-00-01-020 14. Sarvis Cemetery– 09900-04-087 15. McNeil Chapel Cemetery – 100-00-04033, 100-00-04-032 16. The Stevens Farm– 058-00-01-075 17. The Turbeville House– 179-00-02-087 18. Carter Cemetery– 07300-01-035 19. Upper Mill Plantation– 170-00-02-048 20. Cedar Creek Cemetery– 130-00-05-005 21. Forest Lawn Cemetery– 129-00-08-016, 129-00-08-047 Pleasant Plains 22. Cemetery– 103-00-02-055, 103-00-02-056, 103-00-02102 23. Mt. Zion AME Church Cemetery– 12-00-04-019 24. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery– 12900-05-007 25. Waccamaw Cypress Tree– 066-00-01-052 26. Cox Cemetery– 08900-03-045 27. Milligan Cemetery– 061-00-02-129 28. Sweet Home Baptist Church Cemetery– 07500-01-028 29. Creekside Cemetery– 087-00-04-047 30. Floyds Cemetery– 01400-01-178

Employment 200 - 211

202 Caregiver / Childcare FREE ONLINE placement of your Classified is Included when you pay for the ad to be placed in the papers.

203 Cleaning / Maintenance

LORIS, M-F, Even. 8-10 hrs. wk. $8 to Start, Background Chk. Own Trans. 843-756-3537

205 Help Wanted General ***AVON*** Area Recruiters Great Holiday Earnings Product Discounts. Free Extra Books. Sign-up Fee $10. CALL 1-877-8821513 dbennett ***AVON*** Earn $ for Christmas $10.00 to Start FREE Website Extra Brochures & Samples Local Training & Support 843-997-1017 800-410-4917 APPOINTMENT SETTING & INSIDE SALESBusiness Calling Only M-F 9-5. $10/hr, com., health, holiday pay. Call 843-4482940. CAB DRIVERS Needed, FT Potential up to $50K, will train, need 10yr driving record, background check. Call Jay 843-458-3764 CAB DRIVERS wanted, S&B Taxi LLC, FT/PT, we will train, 10yr driving record, SLED Background req., earn $600+/week. 843-602-0768, 843-2674669 COMPARE AND SAVE! Our Help Wanted Classifieds are Only $26.52 for One week, $47.52 for Two weeks or $70.08 for Four weeks! Classifieds includes 20 words, coverage throughout Horry County and Free Online placement of the ad. For more info Call Cindy 843488-7231 HELP WANTED Church secretary: Loris First United Methodist Church, half day position M-F. Send resume with references by Jan. 3 to LFUMC, Attn: SPRC, 3507 Broad Street, Loris SC 29569. Background check required. JOB OPPORTUNITY for Section 3, Low-Income Persons. Minority Participating Commercial Contractor seeking to offer Section 3, Low-Income and Very-Low Income eligible Vendors, Businesses, Subcontractors, or individuals economic opportunities of job training, employment, and contracting work to promote local economic development and individual self-sufficiency. We will provide economical units to allow for minority participation as well as provide assistance for bonding and insurance for Section 3 businesses. Also, quick payment policies to help minority suppliers and contractors participate will be available. We are committed to satisfy Section 3 obligations and our goal is to provide opportunities for Section 3 Businesses throughout this entire housing project. If you are a Section 3 Business or resident in the County area and seeking work, please contact us at 843-408-4624, email to, or via fax at 843-408-4625 to become part of our HUDassisted project and help promote quality housing and community development in this area. LICENSED INSURANCE Agents Needed! Immediate Openings! Call Charlie Alford 843-450-4474 NEW CLASSIFIEDS Posted Daily on Our Facebook Group pageHorry Classifieds.

NEW DEADLINES! Now offering more flexibility for your convenience! Place your Classified ad before 12 noon on Friday and it will start in The News & Shopper Tuesday. Place your Classified ad before 3pm on Friday and it will start with The Loris Scene Wednesday. Place your Classified ad before 3pm on Monday and it will start with The Carolina Forest Chronicle Thursday. Place your Classified ad before 5pm Tuesday and it will start with The Horry Independent Thursday and The Myrtle Beach Herald Friday. ONLINE TRAINERS NEEDED. 50 year old recession-proof company. Free training, flexible hours, work from home. Need a change? Do something about it. www.2dreambigger.c om TAXI DRIVERS Needed, earn up to $30,000 FT/PT, will train, 10yr driving record & background check required. Call Jim at 843241-4429

206 Medical

Nightingale’s Nursing & Attendants Needed Immediately: LPN’s needed for Georgetown, S.C. case, 24-32 hours per week. Experience required with transfers, trach, gtube, and one year pediatric experienced required. Fax resume to: B. Taylor or R. Rogers at 843-413-6036 Psychiatrist – Part-time, 4 hours/week which can be flexible to fit your schedule. Correctional experience helpful, must have experience in suicide screening, drug/alcohol abuse.Will work with our Psych RN and medical staff to determine best patient treatment plan. Safe working environment, and we will provide malpractice ins. For services provided. Payment monthly, $3,200/mo. Please send resumes to or apply online:

207 Professional Add a Photo or Logo to Any Boxed Classified for Only $5.00 For more info: Call Cindy 843-488-7231

210 Salon & Spa CHOCOLATE STRAWBERRY Salon and Spa for Hiring Now Cosmetologist, Nail Technician and Esthetian. Contact 843-318-8475, Office 843-213-1856

Services 300 - 321

301 Auto Repair All Pro Autocare SUPER SPECIAL $14.95 Oil change Tire Rotation FREE Brakes/Tires/Exhaust s AC/Radiators 843-357-8474 Located at: 550 Garden City Connector

T & J AUTO in Loris next to Cash ‘n Dash Open January 2nd All Major Auto Repair & Small Engine FREE Brake Inspection w/Oil Change & Ad $22.99 910-499-3524

302 Building / Contracting FROM UP NORTH? I was too! If you need a new home built, or remodeling to your existing home, call on a builder you can trust to be upfront, honest and ONTIME! I WILL RETURN YOUR CALLS, KEEP OUR APPTS AND BE ACCOUNTABLE DURING CONSTRUCTION!!! JMatthews Construction. Ask for Josh Moro- 843-9026833. Lisc/Ins, Res/Comm.

304 Ceramics / Crafts MARY’S CERAMICS 3712 Hwy 905 N, Conway 843-365-1920 Hours: Tues 10am-9pm Wed-Fri 10am-5pm Sat 11am-3pm Closed Sunday & Monday SANDRA’S CERAMICS 3229 Hwy. 701 N. Conway, SC 29526 843-365-7822 843-446-0018 Open 10 am TuesSat All Day Painting & Classes

305 Cleaning Services

315 Landscaping

402 Appliances

Affordable Property Improvements! *Lot-Clearing *Grading *Driveways *Cleaning up Debris *Demolition *Bushhog service *Tree Removal 843-798-8572

FRIGIDAIRE AFFINITY Front Load Washer w/Pedestal & Kenmore Heavy Duty Extra Large capacity Dryer. Great Condition $350 Both. 843369-4002

RICHARDSON LAND SERVICES, INC. Lot Clearing, Complete Landscaping, Fill Dirt, Driveway Coquina, Yard Debris Removal KEITH RICHARDSON 843-241-1887

318 Misc Services CAUSEY TREE SERVICE Tree & Stump Removal FIREWOOD Licensed/Insured Free Estimates 716-0103, 236-0004, 421-9671 CHAIR REPAIR for Antique Furniture by Billy Bratcher, Master Weaver. Specializing in over and under cane chair repair. Call 843Free 365-5395 for Estimate. COUNTRY BOY TAXI. Let country boy take care of all your transportation needs. Call for service 843-241-4429. FREE ONLINE placement of your Classified is Included when you pay for the ad to be placed in the papers. Mastercare Tree/Landscape/Conc rete Co. SEASONED FIREWOOD For Sale 1/2 corddelivered/dumped $70 Full corddelivered/dumped $130 Stacking is $20 additional Call 843-215-3511

USED APPLIANCES ***All Floor Model Electric Fireplaces BLOWOUT 50% OFF*** Refrigerators starting at $125; Thermadore Double Door SS Refrig like new commercial grade $850, reduced; 26” & 42” Heat/Cool Units, starting at $225; Stack Washer/Dryers, Starting at $250. Dryers starting at $125; Used TV’s starting at $75; 18” dishwashers starting at $75. Scratch & Dent Hoods, starting at $25. ALSO SERVICING ALL APPLIANCES & TV’S, most makes & models, in-home or inshop, pick-up & delivery available. Specialty Appliance Seaboard St, MB 843-839-1234 USED APPLIANCES, Good Prices, Stoves, Refrigerators, Washers & Dryers. 365-5989 WHIRLPOOL 26CUFT Side-by-Side White Refrig. $500. Conway 847-347-2562

310 Financial / Insurance

CAPITAL OPPORTUNITY Get 8% Interest Quarterly, 7 Notes. $15,000 Year Minimum. 1-843-655-CASH

312 Handyman / Remodeling

30 YRS. EXPERIENCE on all areas of home repair. 610-698-2260 or Licenced and insured. Horry Co. area HOME REPAIRS. Painting, Carpentry, Drywall, Roofing & All Home Repairs. Mark, 843455-2744 REMEMBER CONWAY HANDYMAN For Your Home Repairs, Free Estimates, Quality Guaranteed, Licensed and Insured. 843-254-9506

314 Heating / AC Add a Photo or Logo to Any Boxed Classified for Only $5.00 For more info: Call Cindy 843-488-7231

SEPTIC TANK Installation, Repair, Field Lines, etc. Also Available for Construction Work. Call Rodger 843-3583989 or 843-504-8545 STRICKLANDS FARM 843-222-4356 or 843-756-1188 & Leave message Now Custom Harvesting! Ditch-Bank Cleaning & Cutting, Debris Hauling and Discing. WHY REPLACE? REFINISH! *Furniture Refinishing *Antique Restoration *Kitchen Cabinets *Chair Caning *Hand Stripping *Commercial/Residen tial *We Buy Furniture & Glass *30 Yrs Experience Free Pickup & Delivery Insurance Estimates THE WOODPECKER SHOP 843-450-1602

For Sale 400 - 420

401 Antiques / Collectibles WOW, I Receive Excellent Results with my Classified ads! Everything I place for sale in the Shopper sells within a couple of weeks! Thank you, Joe

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broken door and carry out a gumball ated candy machines. According to the incident reports, on machine. July 27, around 2 a.m. officers Catina Hipp, Victim’s Advocate for the Conway Police Department, stated responded to the Movie Gallery on Fourth Avenue in reference to a broken that while officers were on scene at the door. A witness returning a video saw Movie Gallery, they received a call for a similar incident at another location. the broken door and notified police. Hipp said police responded to Video surveillance from the store shows a white male wearing a yellow Bucksport Water Systems also on shirt and blue jeans enter through the Fourth Avenue, to find a similar scene.

Conway Police are looking for a suspect some have labeled “the Bubble Gum Bandit.” The department is investigating two separate incidents where police say the same suspect has broken out windows at the location to steal coin oper-

ated candy machines. According to the incident reports, on July 27, around 2 a.m. officers responded to the Movie Gallery on Fourth Avenue in reference to a broken door. A witness returning a video saw the broken door and notified police. Video surveillance from the store shows a white male wearing a yellow shirt and blue jeans enter through the

broken door and carry out a gumball machine. Catina Hipp, Victim’s Advocate for the Conway Police Department, stated that while officers were on scene at the Movie Gallery, they received a call for a similar incident at another location. Hipp said police responded to Bucksport Water Systems also on Fourth Avenue, to find a similar scene.

The front door to the business was broken out according to the report, and officers spoke with the owner who stated a coin operated gumball machine was missing from beside the front door. A small candy box was also missing from the front counter of the business. BUBBLE GUM, A2

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The Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation and the S. C. Department of Commerce recently announded that Metglas, Inc, a subsidiary of Hitachi Metals America, Ltd., is expanding its operations with an approximately $20 million capital investment that will create 25 new jobs over the next three years. Metglas, located, within the Atlantic Industrial Center in Conway, is the world pioneer in the development and commercialization of amorphous metal. Metglas currently exports over 90 percent of the materials manufactured in the Conway plant for applications that include transformers, medical equipment, automotive emission reduction and anti-theft devices. Amorphous metal distribution transformers are the globally accepted method of maximizing electricity distribution energy effi-

The Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation and the S. C. Department of Commerce recently announded that Metglas, Inc, a subsidiary of Hitachi Metals America, Ltd., is expanding its operations with an approximately $20 million capital investment that will create 25 new jobs over the next three years. Metglas, located, within the Atlantic Industrial Center in Conway, is the world pioneer in the development and commercialization of amorphous metal. Metglas currently exports over 90 percent of the materials manufactured in the Conway plant for applications that include transformers, medical equipment, automotive emission reduction and anti-theft devices. Amorphous metal distribution transformers are the globally accepted method of maximizing electricity distribution energy effi-


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If Monday night’s Myrtle Beach Republican Club meeting was any indication, roads remain the No. 1 issue of concern in Carolina Forest. Horry County officials spent about an hour at Max and Erma’s Monday fielding a volley of questions from GOP members and guests about the state of Carolina Forest roads. Some club members live in Carolina Forest. Others don’t. But all agree Carolina Forest’s traffic situation has become untenable. “I never would’ve had moved here if the infrastructure was going to be like it is,” said Sawgrass East resident Marie Corsale. “We thought that there’d be better ways in and out.” County officials say they commiserate with Carolina Forest’s concerns, but note all road projects depend on funding. They also said fully fixing Carolina Forest’s traffic woes requires an overpass at U.S. 501, which would’ve gobbled up all of the money from Riding on a Penny, a one-penny sales tax funding other ongoing projects. Voters approved the tax in a

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407 Exercise Equipment

DRESSER W/MIRROR $47, Matching Twin Headboard $147. Large Sofa $97. Love Seat $47. LR Chairs $66. Champion Furniture, Hwy. 701 S. Conway, Next to Food Lion. 843-488-9677

NORDICTRACK AUDIO Strider 600 Elliptical exerciser. Manual or Preset program. Excellent condition $400. 843-234-3119

FACTORY OUTLET MATTRESSES ~ ~ THIS WEEK ONLY! ALL Memory Foam Mattress Sets On Sale for 50-70% OFF! ALL Other Sets at Least 1/2 Price! FREE Delivery on most sets! ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Queen Plush Sets Reg. $350 Sale $150 Queen Pillowtop Sets Reg. $500 Sale $250 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 2436 Bus 17, Garden City 843-241-5466

NORDICTRACK C2200 Deluxe Digital Treadmill, Certified Professional Trainer Programs, $550. 843-347-6511 PROFORM 775 EKG Treadmill. Excellent Condition. $300. Call Before 8 PM. 843-7563948 TREADMILL, SEARS ProForm Crosswalk-480, fold up, like brand new, $500 obo. 843-241-3096

408 Furniture

24X54 BLACK Metal Desk with (2) Custom-made Desk Tops (110Wx60Lx18H; 110Wx54Lx29H) All for $250 obo. 843-347-6511



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5PC CHERRY BEDROOM Set $275, 5pc Dinette $150, 3pc Coffee tbl set $75, Sectional Sofa Chenille $225- LIQUIDATION! ALL NEW Call 843957-1951

FURNITURE LIQUIDATION / APARTMENT PACKAGE (ALL NEW) 5pc Bedroom set with Mattress, 2pc Sofa set, and 5pc Dinette set $997 Can Deliver Call 843-9571951

COUCH & LOVESEAT, Brand new still in plastic, only $275, can deliver, 843-957-1951

FUTON/SOFA BED, New Item. Liquidation $99. Still in box, Can deliver. 843957-1951

LARGE DARK Wood Coffee Table, Good cond. with Lots of Storage & Drawers. $125. 843-9032725 MAPLE DR TABLE w/8Chairs, 2-Leaves, Good Cond. Call Allen, 843397-7015 MATTRESS CLEARANCE Outlet - Qn Plush $125, Qn Pillow Top $150, King $275, Full Plush $120, Twin $99 w/box NEW in PLASTIC can del. 843-685-3978 OVERSIZED SOFA & Large Chair, Very Good Condition, Slip Cover Style by Rowe, $450obo. 843-347-7678, 843-6022388 PRE-OWNED MATTRESSES Area’s Largest Selection of Quality Sets. All Sizes- Always In Stock! Family Priced Only at 544 Discount- Located Corner Hwy 544 & W. Cox Ferry Rd. 843-347-5600 Closed Sun. SOFA, LOVESEAT, 2end tables, coffee table, ent center, bookshelf & boston rocker, $800. 843283-3109 SOLID CHERRY ReFinished 1950’s 6Drawer Dresser and 4Drawer Chest. Original Hardware. $425. 843450-1602

SUBSCRIBERS TO the Horry Independent Newspaper Receive One FREE Classified per week. Free Classifieds are to be used for personal items for sale only. Real Estate for rent or sale, anything business related or items that you have more than one of: example-pets, do Not qualify for the Free Classifieds. You may mail, fax, email or bring in your free classified, no phone calls please.

409 Golf Carts / Equipment

FOR SALE. Ben Hogan Irons, $150obo. 843-3333852 FOR SALE EZ-GO Golf Cart with windshield, top, and charger, $800. Call 843-7565015 or 843-796-0974 NEW! NEW! Now Included with Your Ad Placement, It is Posted FREE on Our Facebook Group pageHorry Classifieds.

410 Lawn / Yard

MURRAY RIDING Lawn Mower, 12.5hp, good cond, $600 obo. Call 843-3475515 RIDING TROYBILT Mower, Excellent condition, 19hp Kohler motor, 42� cut. $650. 843-5047553


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411 Livestock/Feed/Supplies

4-HORSE STOCK Trailer, gooseneck, $3495; ALSO 16� Simco Saddle, $575. 843-421-4051

412 Medical Equipment

CLASSIFIED SPECIAL. Run your item Until it Sells for Only $25. Special is for personal for sale items only. Real estate for rent or sale, anything business related or items that you have more than one of: example-pets, do Not qualify for the Special. Classified includes 20 words, additional words are $0.24 cents per word for four weeks.

THE LORIS SCENE | LORIS, S.C. JET3 ULTRA Power Wheel Chair. Good Condition. $999. Needs Battery. 843-369-3090

413 Misc For Sale

3 PKG. OUTSIDE Icicle lights, 10 Lighted Ceramic houses, 2 pkg. 300 each Tree lights, 2 Lighted covers for Outside bushes, 1 Spiral Outside tree. All for $75 Cash. Call 843-488-0029 Add this Attention Getter for Only $2.00 per week to your Classified Today! Call Cindy 843-4887231 AK-47, 30 Round magazine, 50 Round magazine & Ammunition. $750obo. 843-503-4895 BOUNCY PONY (on springs), bounces up to 85lb child, like new, asking $50 (1/2 price). Call 843-248-5853 BOY’S CLOTHES, Lg. Bag sz 7, Exc. cond. Outdoor Table & 4 chairs, Rectangle $135. Slow cooker, used 2 times, 6qt. $25. Pillsbury Bread machine $45. Elect Pressure cooker $35. Stove Top Pressure cooker $25. 843-3477034

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CHRISTMAS IDEA! Brand New Purchased June 2011 Viking 875 Sapphire Sewing/Quilting machine w/Cover List $2599 Sell $1950 843-907-5802

Excellent Deal on This TANNING BED $600obo Wolfe ProSunvision 26 w/Face Tanner All Bulbs Work Just Needs a New Home! Call 843-234-3201 Cash Only! You Must Pick-Up

CNB STOCK For Sale. 843-333-0755 CONWAY NATIONAL BANK Stock for Sale. Call 843-992-8081 if interested. We are purchasing a home; selling stock for our down payment. FOR SALE. Consew Industrial 4 Spool Serger Sewing machine $800. Upholstery machine $400. 843-365-5746 FREE ONLINE placement of your Classified is Included when you pay for the ad to be placed in the papers. FULL-LENGTH Formal Gown, red, beaded bodice, sz 16, worn once, $175. 843-283-2229

CLASSIFIEDS NEW Posted Daily on Our Facebook Group pageHorry Classifieds. NEW YEAR’S SPECIAL! Concealed Weapons Class. $50 One Day Class. Jan. 14th. Cecil Brown 843-995-1285, LeRoy White 843-9026130 QUIET SERIES 3,000btu Honda Generator. Brand New. Paid $2200 Will Sacrifice for $1500. 843455-2709

HOT TUB Still in Use. Blue Ridge, 5-7 person seating, New cover, 220 volt, $1200. Surfside area. 843-997-8524

SEASONED OAK Firewood For Sale Split, Delivered & Stacked $70.00 A Load 843-458-4592

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08 HONDA Rancher 4Wheeler, 4x4, $5000 OBO. Call 843-421-4272 or 843421-8301

414 Musical Instruments

09 SUZUKI 750 King Quad ATV 4x4, Automatic, Power Steering, Winch, Camo, Low Hours, Excellent Condition $5500. 843-3330755

ANTIQUE UPRIGHT Piano, Must move, $500 obo. Call 843-997-6702, leave message.

2004 4X4 500 Polaris ATV, 87 hours, camouflage paint, wench, excellent condition, $3600. Call 843756-7540

BACK TO School Special. Trombone, Like New w/Case. $450obo Can Rent to Own. 843-716-2355 BALDWIN PIANO Upright in Good Condition. Perfect for a Piano student. $500obo. Purchaser Must Move. 843-397-7408 SCHERL & ROTH 4/4 Violin, Mint condition. Includes: Deluxe velvet lined carrying case, shoulder rest, rosin, music book stand & bow. $500. 843347-6511 YAMAHA ELECTRONIC Organ w/2-keyboard levels, foot base, bench, learning notebooks, special features, new $5000, sell $1000. 843-236-0930

415 Pets / Supplies

AKC MALTESE Puppies; CKC German Schnauzer Puppies. 843-251-4851 BIRD DOGS. Brittany’s, Pointers, English Setters & Red Setters. FDSB Registered. Males & Females. $200-$1500. 910890-4252 BOBTAILED KITTENS! Born on Halloween! FREE!! Great Christmas gift! Call for more info 843-333-9969 PITT MIXED Puppy for Sale. Lucky Puppy Born on 11-11-11. $100 neg. 843602-4937 PLACE A FREE Classified for anything you are Giving away at No charge! You may mail, fax, email or bring in your free classified, no phone calls please. For more info email:

416 Produce / Plants

LIVE OAK TREES, Ready to Plant in Your Landscaping- You Must Move. Reasonably Priced. 843- 997-9006

418 Utility Trailers/Storage

2006 CARMATE 700 HD Series custom cargo enclosed trailer, 7’x14’, double axle, ladder racks, excellent condition, $3900. Call 843-756-7540 5X10 4-WHEEL Farm-type Dump Trailer, hydraulics from tractor, can convert to 12V, $1500. 843-798-8572 NEW BUILDING 14x20 Vinyl Siding & Shingle Roof. Must be moved. $4200obo. 843-397-4607 UTILITY TRAILER 6X10, 2005 Model. $1295. 843399-3732

420 Wanted Misc

BRING US your pecans to sell. We’re your pecan buying station. Conway Feed and Garden Center, 2200 N. Main Street, Conway, 843-248-4344 CASH FOR Broken or Unwanted Appliances. Paying up to 3 Times or More than Scrap Metal Places. 843-516-0350

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504 Boats / Motors

00 SEASWIRL W/A 175hp Johnson, 15hp 4 stroke Kicker, Remote Spot, GPS, F-F, Hardtop, Outriggers, New Curtains. $13,500. Conway 302-258-6416 17FT CANOE $200. Call 843-251-1822 1996 BAYLINER Ciera Express 2452, 5.7 Mercruiser engine, Alpha One out drive generator, A/C, H/C press. water, full galley, enclosed head, basic electronics float on alum. trailer. $13,500. 843248-2567 2003-17FT SEA HUNT Triton w/90hp 2-stroke Yamaha motor & trailer. Complete package. Mint Condition $9,500. 843-2725474 7.5 MERCURY Motor, Aluminum Boat, Trolling Motor & Trailer. $1500. Call Between 7am-7pm 843907-2117 99 SEADOO Jet Ski, seats 3, w/cover & trailer, $3000, exc cond, recently tunedup. 843-392-4303 REAL NICE SleekCraft Boat, 23’8” long, 89 model, $12,000. Call 397-5817, 843-222-9605 SUBSCRIBERS TO the Horry Independent Newspaper Receive One FREE Classified per week. Free Classifieds are to be used for personal items for sale only. Real Estate for rent or sale, anything business related or items that you have more than one of: example-pets, do Not qualify for the Free Classifieds. You may mail, fax, email or bring in your free classified, no phone calls please.

505 Campers / RVs

(2) LEATHER RV SEATS, reclining, will make a bed, $300. 843-957-9472 04 SANDPIPER 5th Wheel, 32’, model 30RLSS, 1-slide-out, lots upgrades, like new, must see, $14,500. 843-3993575 09 TRAVEL Trailer, 31’, 2slides, 4yr warranty, like new, $13,900. Call 843251-1822 1990 FORD Escaper Class C Motorhome. New Roof, Runs Good, Good Tires. 43,800 miles. $6000obo. 843-756-3675 2006 31FT Chateau Class-C Motorhome, Onan gen, gas stove, refrig, 18K, split bathroom, exc cond, sleeps 8. Call for price or make offer, 843-397-2963 TROPI-CAL MH 2000, 37ft, 2 Slides, 28Kmi. Loaded, Absolutely immaculate cond. $36,995. 843-213-1221

506 Cars


501 Auto Parts / Accessories ALL-WEATHER CUSTOM cover for 06-08 Ford F150 Super Crew w/6.5’ bed used 6mos. Orig. $270, must sell, $150. 843-7565999 MITCHELL I Labor Books (4) 2002 edition, imported & domestic vehicles, $100. 843-347-6511 NEW 13” Tires Sold in Sets of Four, $100 set. Have Over 100- 13” TiresAssortment of Sizes. 843340-1346, 843-283-6637

503 ATVs

07- 4X4, 660 Grizzly ATV, Less than 400mi. $5000obo. Call Terry 1803-319-9714

conv., 5sp., cd, ac, exc. cond, new tires & brakes, $7500, blk/blk. 843-6021087 03 TOYOTA Matrix, 4dr Hatchback, Pwr Windows, Cruise, CD. $5,995. 843448-7088 04 JAGUAR X-Type AWD, Jade Green w/Biscuit Leather Interior, Touch Screen TV w/All DVD/CD features. Navigation, Sirus, Sunroof, Loaded! Very nice car! 114K. $9800 obo. 843397-1223, 843-504-9630

07 MERCURY Grand Marquis sedan, Typical Extras, 19k, Orig. Sr. Owner, Non-Smoker, Garaged, Like new. $12,250. 843-365-9141 1977 280Z Datsun w/350 Chevy engine. $6000. 843399-3732 1980 TR7 Convertible Green with New Tan top and interior Same owner 28 years Looks GREAT! Runs GREAT! $7,000 843-798-1088 1986 EL CAMINO, #1 Shape, no rust, $4800. Call 843-907-1877 1991 BUICK Park Avenue, white, 4dr, good engine, Asking for $1800, but will nego. 843-246-0970 or 843365-5893 1996 HONDA Accord LX, 2 door coupe $5,995. 843-4487088 1998 HONDA Prelude $3500. 843-448-8700 1999 BMW 323i, 4 dr, Leather, 5 spd, Loaded, Low miles. $7500. 843-448-8700 2000 VOLVO S40 $3900. 843-448-8700 2004 CHRYSLER Sebring GTC Convertible. Low, Low miles. $8995. 843-448-7088 2010 HYUNDAI ELANTRA

18k miles, Excellent condition Champagne color $15,000 843-347-9570 or 843-455-0434 2011 MAZDA 3, 5 Dr., 2.5L 6-SD Trans., garage kept, under 3,000 miles, asking $19,500, 756-9947 after 6 p.m. 89 FORD Crown-Vic 88k Actual miles. $3,450. Excellent condition. Shown by Appt. ONLY Call 843-3657810 93 PONTIAC Sunfire Convertible, 120K, cold air, good transportation, $1800 obo. Call Tim 843-421-2908 95 LINCOLN Town Car, $2500, exc cond. Deal won’t last, First Come, First Buy. 843-855-4314 FOR SALE. 1999 Mercury Marquis LS, 96k miles, Extra Clean, New Set of Michelin Tires, Power Seats, Power Door locks, Power Steering, Power Brakes. Climate Controlled Heat/Air. Gray Exterior, Gray Leather Interior. Call Ray 843-2411980 I PLACED a Classified for a Car for Sale. In the First week I received Over 15 calls & Sold the Car! Thank you, Tom

507 Classics / Antiques

1950 FORD Coupe, orig V8 Flathead, clean, new upholstery, paint & tires, good cond, Reduced $13,000. 843-347-4683 5 FOR 5 Special. $5.00 week for 5 papers. Classified Personal items for sale Special. 4 week minimum. Includes 20 words. Call Cindy Today 843-488-7231 NEW! NEW! Now Included with Your Ad Placement, It is Posted FREE on Our Facebook Group pageHorry Classifieds.


509 Motorcycles

1999 FORD Ranger $2900. 843-448-8700

00 HD HERITAGE, pearl white, chromed out, 32K, $9,500 obo. 843-283-3749

2005 CHEV. K1500, 4-dr, 4x4, fully loaded, must sell, $15,000. Call 843-4218301, if no answer, leave message or 843-756-1928

01 HARLEY Full Dress FLHTC Special Edition, 2Tone Blue, extras, low miles $10,800 firm. 843-903-6685 01 HD Road King, classic, loaded, 3800 miles, 1-owner $10,500. 843-855-9798 04 HARLEY Davidson XL1200 Sportster Roadster, numerous extras, gar aged, like new, 13K, $6250. 843236-9162 04 HONDA VT 750C, Windshield, Bags, Back rest, Cobra pipes, Garage kept, Like New. $3800. 843-2153577 04 SOFTAIL Deuce Harley Davidson, black, completely chromed, $30,000 invested, will sacrifice $13,000. 843421-7506 05 HD LOWRIDER, 3K, pearl white, windshield, back rest, many extras, Excellent, $9750. 843-236-2966 06 KAWASAKI Vulcan 905cc, Excellent condition, Loaded, Will Accept Trades. 843-421-1711 1989 HD FLST Heritage Softail Custom, Nice! 80 Spoke Front Wheel. $6000. 843-450-3673 2007 FLHR Road King White, w/ 24,000 Miles Saddlebags, Detachable sissy bar, Leather tour bag detachable Excellent condition…$12,000 call: 843-4462420

512 Vans / Buses

2000 CHRYSLER Town & Country $2250. 843-4488700

GREAT BIKE for October Bikefest! 89 Harley 883, all new parts, tuned up, ready to go! Asking $2700 nego, will trade for van or truck. 843240-3681 HD-883 LOW, 2007 with Extras! 1400 miles, Perfect condition. $5500. 843-2415466

510 SUVs

(2)1999 CHEV Tahoes, exc cond, $6000. Deal won’t last, First Come, First Buy. 843-855-4314 01 EXPLORER New tires,battery&more! Sport Edition, Burgundy w/Red Trim, 67k Actual miles, Only One Owner, Very Nice! 843756-0630,843-450-6565 02 JEEP Liberty Limited, leather, moonroof, loaded $8995. 843-448-7088 03 HONDA CRV EX $10,900. 843-448-7088 1989 JEEP Wagoneer Limited 4WD, good vehicle, $1000. Call 843-907-1877 1993 FORD Explorer, Low, Low miles. $3995. 843-4487088 1998 CHEVY S-10 $2700. 843-448-8700 1999 CHEVY Blazer $2900. 843-448-8700 1999 CHEVY Tahoe, Low miles. $5995. 843-448-7088 2002 CHEVY Suburban, LT, Loaded, Leather, AutoRide, 3 row seating, Black, Runs and Looks good, 170k miles, $7250 obo, 843-4551333

Add a Photo or Logo to Any Boxed Classified for Only $5.00 For more info: Call Cindy 843-488-7231

350 LONG Tractor w/finishing deck, $5000. Serious Inquiries Only, 843-333-3394

GMC ENVOY SLT 02, Low miles, Leather, Black w/Gray, CD Changer, On-Star, Fully Loaded. $7500obo. Call 843365-2259

MF135 MASSEY FERGUSON Tractor. $3,900 Call 843-397-6611

TOYOTA TUNDRA Limited, red/beige, 05 Double Cab, 1-owner, 4x4, leather, power everything, tonneau cover, Michelin tires, exc cond, well maintained, 71K, $18,900, in NMB. 843-319-8091

FOR SALE: 07 Yamaha 1300, V-Star, Red, 11.5 K, runs & looks great. $6800. Call Mike 610-733-6780.

1010 JOHN Deere Tractor for Sale. 1968 Gas Equipment with Tractor Blade, Disk, Bush Hog, Boom, Plows. New Tires Front Rear. 2nd Owner. $4200. Call 843-358-6712, 843-488-1909

05 FORD Focus, Moonroof, Low miles. $8,995. 843-448-7088

CLASSIFIED SPECIAL. Run your item Until it Sells for Only $25. Special is for personal for sale items only. Real estate for rent or sale, anything business related or items that you have more than one of: example-pets, do Not qualify for the Special. Classified includes 20 words, additional words are $0.24 cents per word for four weeks.

2000 CHEVY Venture, Loaded. $2990. 843-5979069

100’ SKYHOOK Sign Crane Truck, 241K, Tool boxes, Ladders, Basket, Battery Charger. $6,000. 843-4216718, 843-915-2408

INTERNATIONAL BACKHOE For Sale, $6000. 843397-5817, 843-222-9605

BLUE 1993 4WD GMC Pickup, toolbox, CB, exc cond, $4000. 843-4581389

98 HD 883 Sportster, $4995. Financing Available. 843448-7088

99 CHEVY Suburban LT, loaded, 3rd row seat, tow assembly, new brakes & tires, $6500 OBO, exc. cond. 843-397-1223, 843504-9630

04 OLDSMOBILE Alero, 4 door, White, All Power, 90k Miles, Good gas mileage. $4300. 843-742-4927

93 FORD F150 XLT 4x4, 80K, good work truck, $3950. 843-347-6511

1986 CHEVY Furniture BoxVan 30 Series. Price Reduced for Fast Sale! $1600. Call 843-347-9677 or Cell # 704-254-0549

2003 FORD Explorer Eddie Bauer, Fully Loaded, 3rd Row, Rear Air. $8995. 843448-7088

FORD BACKHOE 555, 198?’s, $4500 + 1969 3550, $3500. 843-274-9181

91 FORD Ranger $800. 89 Ford F150 $800. 1957 Ford Fairlane $700. 95 Ford Thunderbird $1500. 95 Mitsubishi GT 3000 $900. 843-251-1486

87 HARLEY DAVIDSON FXRC, high performance engine, low miles $7995. Financing Available. 843448-7088

508 Farm / Heavy Machinery

6’ HARDEE Bushhog w/24” off-set ability, good cond, $650. 843-798-8572

87 GMC Dump Truck, short bed, $4000. 843-397-5817, 843-222-9605

511 Trucks

2005 CADILLAC SRX Suv. Loaded, Good miles. $11,500. 843-448-7088 ‘98 GMC 3500 Club cab 4x4 Truck w/Utility bed-Pipe rack. 350 Vortec motor. 100Kmi. $5000neg. Ray 843-3994429

Real Estate For Rent 600 - 613 604 Apartments Unfurnished

2BR/1BA & 3BR/2BA w/kit appls incl. Wtr/Swr/Trsh inclu. $25 app fee. Certain Rest Apply. Palmettos Way Apts. 4399 Suggs St. Loris. M-W-F 9/5. 843-756-1830 Add this Attention Getter for Only $2.00 per week to your Classified Today! Call Cindy 843-4887231 FOR RENT 3 BR or 2 BR apartment for rent, Section 8 approved. Call 843-7562209 or 843-450-1130 INDPT LIV for 55 older, handicap & disable, 1BR/1BA & 2BR/1BA w/kit appls incl. Wtr/Swr/Trsh inclu. No App Fee Certain Rest Apply. Loris Gardens Apts, 4265 Suggs St. Loris. Tue/Thur, 9/5. 843-7160659

606 Homes For Rent

***FREE FORECLOSURE L i s t i n g s * * * Over 400,000 properties nationwide. Low down payment. Call now. 800-8935714 FOR RENT. Bottom Floor, River House Near Conway. 2BR/1BA $500/month. Call 843-365-5545

608 Mobile Home Rentals

2BR or 3BR/2BA DW MH, Horry Comm. Cent. H/A, Stove, Refrig. Dishwasher. $550/mo, $550 dep. 843358-2304 2BR/2BA MH for Rent. Dep. Required. Also, Lot rentals. 843-458-9313 2BR/2BA MH, Shaded Lot, Grass Cutting Included. 843-365-2871 3BR/2BA MH between Conway & Loris. Private lot, No pets. $500/mo. 843222-8279 3BR/2BA MH’S Appliances Included. Conway, 1/2mi from 22 and Red Bluff Area, 1mi from 22. Available Immediately. Deposit Required. Section 8 Approved. 347-5200, 602-0988 4BR/2BA DOUBLEWIDE, Daisy Community, 2400 sq.ft. Call 843-756-3569


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AYNOR: 2&3BR MH’s. Stove, Refrig., W/D, Cent. H/A, W/S. $300-$550/mo. + dep. Frye’s MHP 3583601. No Pets. CLASSIFIED AD PRICES: One week $26.52, Two weeks $47.52, Four weeks $70.08, Thirteen weeks $195.00, Fifty-two weeks $651.04. Prices include twenty words, additional words are $0.24 cents per word, per week. Prices include coverage throughout Horry County in All five of our publications and Free Online placement of the ad on All of our websites. MH 14x60, 3BR Conway area. Call M-F 843-3652433 NMB 3BR/2BA Nice Doublewide, Appliances. $800/mo.+dep. 843-3580194, 843-433-1834

610 Misc Rentals

NEW! NEW! Now Included with Your Ad Placement, It is Posted FREE on Our Facebook Group pageHorry Classifieds.

611 Rooms For Rent

ROOM FOR Rent. Own Bath. Must Love Dogs. $400 per month. Call 843-365-1466

612 Seasonal Rentals

PIGEON FORGE, TN, Cheap Getaway! 1BR Condo, near Dollywood. $45/night, 3 night min. Call Joey 843-446-6853.

Real Estate For Sale 700 - 713 705 Investment Properties

NEW DEADLINES! Now offering more flexibility for your convenience! Place your Classified ad before 12 noon on Friday and it will start in The News & Shopper Tuesday. Place your Classified ad before 3pm on Friday and it will start with The Loris Scene Wednesday. Place your Classified ad before 3pm on Monday and it will start with The Carolina Forest Chronicle Thursday. Place your Classified ad before 5pm Tuesday and it will start Horry The with Independent Thursday and The Myrtle Beach Herald Friday.

708 Homes For Sale

Add this Attention Getter for Only $2.00 per week to your Classified Today! Call Cindy 843-4887231 BUY MODULAR/MANUF. direct! Cut out the middle man and save BIG! Exclusive access to the nation’s largest home manufacturer. I can customize your home, ship to your lot, and complete the build at a fraction of the cost from a retailer/sales center. Josh at 843 902-6833. JMatthews Construction CONWAY - Nice cozy 3 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath Brick Ranch Home on 1/2 acre lot with 850Sf detached garage/workshop/stor age building. Great for contractors or others who need space for a business and equipment. Quiet Neighborhood, Corner Lot Sprinkler System, Paved Streets. Room for a garden. Zoned CFA (Commercial -ForestAgricutural) approved for a variety of uses. No HOA and plenty of room for additions. Located just off Hwy 90 near International Drive and Hwy 22, This home is only 20 minutes from the Beach and close to several schools. Please call 843-6027644.


ADVERTISE YOUR DRIVER JOBS in 112 S.C. newspapers for only $375. Your 25-word classified ad will reach more than 2.6 million readers. Call Jimmie Haynes at the S.C. Newspaper Network, 1888-727-7377

3BR/2BA, 1610 hsf, Lots of Upgrades, Ceramic Tile, Upgraded Carpet, Nicely Landscaped, Irrigation System. 843-421-2375 843-365-4936

ADVERTISE YOUR vacation property, to more than 2.6 million South Carolina newspaper readers. Your 25-word classified ad will appear in 112 S.C. newspapers for only $375. Call Jimmie Haynes at the South Carolina Newspaper Network at 1888-727-7377

FSBO. 3BR/2BA, Double car garage Home. Excellent condition. 6103 Quinn Rd, Walker Woods, in Carolina Forest. Priced for Fast Sale! Call Owner for appt. 843-488-9677, 704-254-0549 RENTERS ALERT! You Could Own This Property for Under $500/mo.

Brick Home In-Town Conway Immaculate 3BR/2.5BA No Repairs Needed Government Funding Available Great Price! $120,000 ReMax Southern Shores Stephen “A” Shelley 609-332-3353

712 Used Mobile Homes 3&4BR MH’s w/Land, Conway. Must see. Seller will help w/closing costs. 843-602-8589 96 CHANDELEUR 28x70 4BR/2BA, H/A, Refrig, Stove, Elec, Water Hooked up. Delivered, Set-up on Lot $39,900. 843-358-3601, 843-2411276 DOUBLE AND Single wides Repos for Sale Crazy Cheap! Too much inventory and need to move them now! Our Loss is Your Gain. Homes starting at $1,200!! (843) 902-6833 NEW! NEW! Now Included with Your Ad Placement, It is Posted FREE on Our Facebook Group pageHorry Classifieds.

National Reader Ads 800 - 801 801 Nationals

DIRECTV $0/START Costs! $29.99/mo FREE HBO CINEMAX SHOWTIME STARZ! FREE HD/DVR! Free Installation! We’re “Local” Installers! 800-355-4978 DIRECTV $29.99/MO $0 Start Costs! FREE HBO CINEMAX SHOWTIME STARZ! FREE HD/DVR! Free Installation! We’re “Local” Installers! 800230-6256 THE OCEAN Corp. 10840 Rockley Road, Houston, Texas 77099. Train for a New Career. Welder. *Underwater Commercial Diver. *NDT/Weld Inspector. Job Placement Assistance. Financial Aid available for those who qualify. 1-800321-0298. WANTS TO Purchase minerals and other oil & gas interests. Send details to: P.O.Box 13557, Denver, CO 80201

Statewide Classified Ads 900 - 901 901 Statewides

A COKE & M&M VENDING ROUTE! MUST SELL 100% Financing w/g/c. Do you earn $2k week? Locations available in your area. 1-800367-2106 Ext 16 SC#307 ADVERTISE YOUR auction in 112 S.C. newspapers for only $375. Your 25-word classified ad will reach more than 2.6 milCall lion readers. Jimmie Haynes at the S.C. Newspaper Network at 1-888-727-7377

AIRLINES ARE HIRINGTrain for hands on Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified- Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance (866) 367-2513 ALLIED HEALTH career training - Attend college 100% online. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 8004 8 1 - 9 4 0 9 CLASS A CDL FLATBED DRIVERS NEEDED! Big New pay package/benefits/sign-on bonus. 2 yrs exp. required. Call JGR 864-679-1551, Greenville and Gaffney SC locations. DISH NETWORK. Starting at $19.99/month PLUS 30 Premium Movie Channels FREE for 3 Months! SAVE! & Ask About SAME DAY Installation! CALL 877-617-0765 DIVORCE WITH or without children $125. Includes name change and property settlement agreement. FREE information. SAVE hundreds. Fast and easy. Call 1-888789-0198 24/7 DONATE YOUR CAR to USO and HELP SUPPORT AMERICA’S TROOPS. Tax Deductible. Next Day Towing. Hassle Free. Receive Vacation Voucher. Call 7 Days Week 1-888-999-7901 DRIVER STABLE CAREER, NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! Sign On Bonuses Available! Top Industry pay & quality training, 100% Paid CDL Training 800-326-2778 DRIVERS - CDL-A Need Extra Cash for the Holidays? EXPERIENCE PAYS! Up to $3,000 Bonus Sign-On Bonus! Get the money & respect you deserve! 6mos. OTR exp. & CDL Req’d. CALL 877-521-5775 TODAY! DRIVERS: RUN 5 STATE REGIONAL! Get Home Weekends, Earn up to 39¢/mi, 1 yr OTR Flatbed exp. req’d. Sunbelt Transport, LLC 1-800-5725489 ext. 227 EARN COLLEGE DEGREE ONLINE. *Medical, *Business, *Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. available. Computer Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 8882 2 0 - 3 8 7 2 EVER CONSIDER A REVERSE MORTGAGE? At least 62 years old? Stay in your home & Increase cash flow! Safe & Effective! Call Now for your FREE DVD! Call Now 877-570-6948 EXPERIENCED OTR FLATBED DRIVERS earn 47.5 up to 50 cpm loaded. 52.3 to 55 cpm for O.D. loads. $1000 sign on to Qualified drivers. Call: 843-266-3731 EOE E X P E R I E N C E D TANKER/FLATBED DRIVERS! * Strong Freight Network * Stability * Great Pay Every Second Counts! Call Today! 8002 7 7 - 0 2 1 2 NOW HIRING: Companies desperately need employees to assemble products at home. No selling, any hours. $500 weekly potential. $48.95 info. 1-985646-1700 Dept. SC-2794 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2011 is the last day to redeem winning tickets in the following South Carolina Education Lottery Instant Game: (468) Money Multiplier





Buying new electronics this season? Don’t trash the old ones


Work is never done City of Loris employees worked Sunday afternoon and into the late evening to repair a break in the city water line near the Loris First Baptist Church.


Dec. 20, 1961: Industry Appears Near After Meeting with SBA Officials: Loris was standing oh-soclose to having a half-million a year industrial payroll Tuesday and indications were it should soon be a reality. On Monday Mance Watkins, a member of the board of directors of the Loris Industrial Developers, Inc., and Marion Smith, accountant, conferred with Regional officials of the Small Business Administration in Richmond regarding a $60,000 loan to construct a 20,000 square foot industrial plant here. Dec. 22, 1971: Senator Strom Thurmond will visit Here on January 14th: Joe Cecil Stanley, President of the Loris Merchants Association, announced this week that South Carolina’s Senior statesman, Senator Strom Thurmond, would be the guest speaker at the Association’s Annual Ladie’s Night and Installation Banquet here on January 14. Stanley said that an outstanding turnout is expected for the banquet, and urged all merchants and others planning to attend to make arrangements to be present. He stated that invitations would be mailed out in the next few days. Dec. 23, 1981: Rural Fire Protection Takes Effect Jan. 1: Rural fire protection for the residents outside the city limits of Loris will go into effect on Jan. 1, 1982 which leaves only a few days to sign up for the contracts. The ordinance adopted by the Loris City Council as well as fire officials make it clear that beginning Jan. 1, no fire calls will be made outside the city limits of Loris unless that person has contracted with the city for fire protection. Officials stated there would be absolutely no exceptions to this rule. Dec. 11, 1991: Graham’s Host Finland Student: David and Marian Graham of Loris have welcomed a new face into their

home. Marika Pussinen, of Finland, is visiting the United States for a year on a student Foreign Exchange Program. During Marika’s stay in Loris she is an 11th grader at Loris High School. Her parents are both educators; one is a teacher and the other a school principal. Even her parents are visiting another country on an education exchange program in Africa. Her three younger sisters are also in Africa.

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Electronics are once again dominating holiday shopping lists this season. In fact, analysts with the Consumer Electronics Association predict shoppers will spend six percent more on electronics this year compared to last – or about $250 per consumer. And for every new laptop, tablet, phone, TV, gaming system and scores of other gadgets, an outdated device likely will be replaced. For those old electronics, the question is, “Now what?” First off, do not throw replaced electronics in the trash. Electronic devices are comprised of a range of toxic components that can be harmful to human health and the environment if discarded in the same waste stream as the rest of your household garbage. Trashed electronics, or “e-waste,” contain heavy metals such as lead, mercury and cadmium, which can leach out of landfills and into groundwater or nearby waterways. The good news is that there are several alternatives for disposing of your e-waste, including reuse and recycling. One ideal method that is in keeping with the holiday spirit is to find a local community electronics recycling fund-raiser to properly dispose of your outdated electronics while helping to raise funds for a local organization. With the current economic climate most nonprofits, schools and other organizations are experiencing harder times. Not only will recy-

cling benefit an organization in need, but the environment as well by diverting the e-waste from the landfill. Another option is to look into electronics take-back programs. Many electronics retailers, like Best Buy or Staples, will accept your ewaste for free or a small handling fee, regardless of brand or condition. Several manufacturers, too, will take back retired products, although these take-back programs vary in terms of fees and conditions. A quick internet search of your local electronics retailer

or manufacturers’ recycling policy will provide instructions for their take-back process. Many waste management divisions also have electronics recycling programs, though opportunities differ in size and scope. Be sure to clear the electronic device of personal data. This holiday season when you are making room for your new electronic devices, remember there are plenty of homes for your old ones, but the garbage is not one of them.

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