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Serving Easley and Pickens County for more than 100 years. www.theeasleyprogress.com

Vol. 110, No. 20 Wednesday, September 14, 2011 Easley, SC 50¢

JR Automation

Technologies

LLC Announces

New Facility in

Pickens County

Investment expected to create

54 new jobs

COLUMBIA – JR Automation

Technologies LLC, a

maker of automation equipment

for the automotive,

pharmaceutical, food and

general industries, today announced

plans to expand and

locate its new sales, engineering

and manufacturing

facility in Pickens County.

JR Automation is investing

more than $2 million and is

expected to create 54 new

high-tech jobs over the next

fi ve years.

“We are very pleased to

locate our new sales, engineering

and manufacturing

Rushton

Insurance to

help Greenwave

cheerleaders

pump up the

crowds

An Easley Nationwide

Insurance agency will be

spreading some cheer, distributing

800 miniature footballs

at Easley High School

football games this season.

The Greenwave-green

footballs are part promotion

and part celebration of

the importance of the high

school in the lives of insurance

agents Doug Rushton

and Jan Rushton Overton.

The insurance agent team

at Rushton Nationwide Insurance

is a brother and sister

duo.

Doug was a member of

the 1972 State Championship

Easley team. Jan was

a cheerleader during those

years until graduation in

1974.

Reminiscing about the

power teams of the 1970s,

Rushton and Overton recalled

the energy that surrounded

the Friday night

spectacles.

“Back then the community

was very involved

in the Friday night football

games,” Overton said.

“We’d like to see that

again.”

People would arrive way

ahead of time to get a good

seat at the game, Rushton

said. They both recalled

the tradition of die-hard fan

Doris Childress ringing the

facility in South Carolina.

We were very impressed

with the business climate

and the skill set of the local

talent in Pickens County.

This is a big step for our

company and we appreciate

all the support we’ve received

from state and local

offi cials,” said Scot Lindemann,

vice president of JR

Automation.

JR Automation, based in

Holland, Mich., designs and

manufacturers automation

equipment used by a range

of industries. The company

See JOBS, Page 6

school bell for every Easley

score.

The Greenwave cheerleading

squad will distribute

the footballs at each home

game, starting with the

Easley-Pickens game this

weekend.

Overton went on to join

the cheerleading squad at

Clemson and gives credit of

her later successes in life to

personality traits developed

on the football fi eld in Easley

during those successful

years.

“It gave me the confi -

dence to go on and do other

things,” she said. “Being

a part of success will do

that for you. It gave me the

confi dence, coming from

a smaller place like Easley

and going to a place like

Clemson with students from

larger places.” She later

found success in the horse

industry and returned to

work in her family’s insurance

agency two years ago.

For Rushton success on

the football fi eld was part of

what provided confi dence to

continue his father’s insurance

agency to this day.

Rushton is married to

high school sweetheart the

former LuJuan Hollingsworth.

Overton recently

married retired Lt.Col Benson

Overton.

These Green Wave fans were ready to show some team spirit Friday night at Brice Field.

By Benson Overton

EASLEY — In one of

the fi ercest and well known

rivalries in South Carolina,

Easley overwhelms Pickens

54-20.

The Green Waves turned

the tide on the Blue Flames

to capture the Sam Wyche

Food Fight Bowl Trophy

and bragging rights for the

fi rst time in the Bowl’s four

year history.

“We’ve been chomping

at the bit to get out here and

to fi nally break that losing

streak,” remarked quarterback

Zach Lappin. “I know

Photo by Andrew Hendricks

Green Wave douse Blue Flame 54-20

it was great for all the players

and the coaches. We all

worked hard and we are just

all excited about it.” Coach

Chad Smith echoed “This

meant a lot to me. I know

it meant a lot to some of my

staff members and we needed

this trophy back here”.

Easley (3-0) who appears

to have their best team in decades,

was led by Lappin’s

5 scores, a strong defense

and outstanding special

teams play.

“You just look at our offense,

it sets up our defense

and special teams,“ said

Coach Smith. “This time

last year we scored 31,

6,and 14 points and this year

we scored 70, 22 and 54, so

that’s a huge difference.”

The fi rst big play of the

game before a packed house

at Brice fi eld was a blocked

punt by Easley’s Brandaun

Addison on Pickens’s opening

drive.

They blocked the punt

and good things happened

for us as a result of that.

Special teams are 1/3 rd of

the game !” beamed Coach

Smith. 2 Plays later Lappin

scores on a 25 yard quarterback

keeper giving Easley a

6-0 lead.

Green Wave cheerleaders started the celebration of their team’s fi rst home game Friday

night at Brice Field against Pickens. From the left are Nicole McCall, Brittney

Ramey, Courtney Bullard, James Allen, Jan Rushton Overton, Jean Hayes, Doug

Rushton, Meagan Bradford, Maggie Payne, Lindsey Owen. Rileigh Williams in

front.

Flu vaccine now available

DHEC to hold fl u clinic at county Health

Department Sept. 19

COLUMBIA – Flu vaccine

has arrived in South

Carolina and is available

through private providers

and county public health

departments, the state’s

Department of Health and

Environmental Control announced

today.

DHEC will hold a fl u

clinic at the Pickens County

Health Department 8:30

a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday, September

19, according to offi

cials.

Flu vaccinations are by

appointment only. For an

appointment, call 864-898-

5968.

Flu shots and fl u mist will

be $25. Medicaid and Medicare

will be accepted.

WHEN:

Monday, September 19,

2011

WHERE:

See FLU, Page 6

Moments later, Quez

Smith delivered a vicious

blow on Picken’s quarterback

Wes Davis causing a

fumble that Easley’s Patrick

Ledbetter returned for 47

yards for the 12-0 lead.

After holding Pickens on

4 th and 1, Easley drove 45

yards in 6 plays as Lappin

scored his 2 nd touchdown on

an 8 yard scamper to make

it 19-0.

The Green Wave’s continued

their domination as

they closed out the 1 st half

scoring when Lappin just

See WAVE, Page 6

Food

Fight

Bowl

raises

$60k for

MOW

By Jason Evans

PICKENS COUNTY

— Though Easley came up

with the win during their

annual match up with rival

Pickens, the biggest victory

of the night, however, was

for the shut-ins served by

Pickens County Meals on

Wheels, as Pickens County

students raised $60,000 for

Meals on Wheels in the

Food Fight Bowl.

Each year before the big

game between Easley and

Pickens, Pickens and Easley

High School students compete

to see which school can

raise the most money for

Pickens County Meals on

Wheels.

This year students almost

See MEALS, Page 6


2A Th e Easley Progress Wednesday, September 14, 2011

The Fine Arts Center of Easley celebrated its Grand Opening last week, and a number

of people turned out to check out Easley’s newest school, which specializes connecting

its students with the arts. Pictured above, on the front row from the left:

Mayor Larry Bagwell, owner Amanda Gunter, Larry Gunter, owner Anna DeVault,

and Kent Dykes (President of Easley Chamber).

Th e Fine Arts of

Easley celebrates

Grand Opening

EASLEY - The Fine Arts

Center of Easley (F.A.C.E.)

is located at 201 South 5 th

Street, Suites D & E in West

End Hall. The center started

as a dream that has taken ten

years to become reality.

Over the course of six

years of teaching together

and four years at separate

schools, Anna DeVault and

Amanda Gunter often spoke

about the potential for an

Arts Education Center in the

Easley community.

Finally, in May of 2011,

changes in both their teaching

careers encouraged

them to revisit the idea once

again.

With the availability of

newly-renovated space in

West End Hall, and the support

and encouragement

of city leaders as well as

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friends, they felt the time

was right to launch the Fine

Arts Center of Easley.

Amanda Gunter and Anna

DeVault are both residents

of Easley and are already

involved in the Arts in the

community.

DeVault serves on the

Board of Directors at Foothills

Playhouse and has directed

numerous plays in

the theatre. She has also

coordinated the Foothills

Playhouse summer theatre

camp program.

Gunter has recently joined

the Foothills Board and has

acted in several plays at the

theatre.

Both are degreed and certifi

ed Arts educators with

a combination of over 40

years of experience.

F.A.C.E. offers classes,

Pickens County

New Subscription

Renewal or Extension

12 months for $30

($50.00 for out of county)

workshops and private lessons

in music, theatre, art

and dance.

The distinct advantage

for students at F.A.C.E is

that lessons and classes are

taught by highly qualifi ed

instructors.

Several are on faculty

at area universities and others

have won numerous

awards and honors.

Registration is now open

for Fall classes in theatre,

kindermusik, art and dance,

and private lessons in all

band and orchestra instruments,

voice, piano, guitar

and drum set.

Class list and instructor

bios can be found on the

center’s website at www.

fi neartscenterofeasley.com.

Call for more information at

(864)442-6027.

Encourages Planning

During Emergency

Preparedness Month

PICKENS, SC – September

18, 2011 – During

the month of September,

Pickens County Emergency

Management is observing

National Preparedness

Month (NPM).

In cooperation with the

Federal Emergency Management

Agency, Pickens

County offi cials are encouraging

citizens to be

prepared in the event of an

emergency.

According to Pickens

County Emergency Management

Director Chuck

Haynes, one of the key

messages of NPM is to be

prepared to be self-reliant

for three days without food,

electricity, water service, ac-

cess to a supermarket, local

services, police, fi re and rescue

departments. “We want

to encourage all of our citizens

to be pro-active when

thinking about preparing

for emergencies,” Haynes

stated.

“Simple steps can be taken

to prepare today in order

to reduce the impact of future

emergencies.”

The NPM guidelines recommend

that the following

steps be taken in order to

prepare for an emergency:

1. Compile an emergency

supply kit with food,

water, battery powered radios,

cell phones and fi rst aid

supplies

2. Make a plan for

what to do in an emergency

3. Be informed about

emergencies that could effect

the community and

identify sources of information

that will be helpful

before, during and after an

emergency

Haynes added “This

year’s National Preparedness

Month focuses on turning

awareness into action by

encouraging all individuals

and communities to make

an emergency preparedness

plan. It is vital that our citizens

prepare for disasters -

whatever they may be.”

For additional information,

contact Chuck Haynes

– (864) 898-5943 or visit

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EASLEY - The board

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Month for September. This

long-time standing member

in the Easley Chamber of

Commerce has been recognized

for their superior

capabilities and excellent

customer service in a top

industry publication: Metal

Finishing.

John Cutchin founded

Palmetto Plating in 1964

and they have been providing

plating and fi nishing

needs of all kinds since

then. Cutchin comments,

“We are constantly looking

for new ways to better serve

our customers by improving

effi ciency and investing

in technology.” By having

such a diverse customer

base, the ability to meet the

unique customer needs, and

continually exploring new

technology and processes,

Palmetto Plating will surely

remain an industry leader

for years to come.

Six Mile

Library

Book

and Yard

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for Sept.

17

SIX MILE – Lots and

lots of books and yard

sale items will be for sale

Saturday, Sept. 17, at the

Community Library of Six

Mile, located at the intersection

of Hwy. 183 and

Hwy. 137, Six Mile.

The address is 2536

Walhalla Highway.

The sale will be held

from 8 a.m. to noon, rain

or shine.

Everyone is invited to

stop by for an opportunity

to purchase some books

real cheap, some great

yard sale items and support

the library.

Proceeds from the books

will benefit the library.

The library is a 501 c (3)

non- profit charity.

The purpose of the organization

is to support

literacy, education, community

development and

enhancement for adults

and children.

For more information,

contact Brenda Rippy at

864-506-0225.

Thank you for reading

The Easley

Progress.

Easley’s Palmetto Plating is the Chamber Member of

The Month for the month of September.

Pictured from left: Brandon Bandy, Barbara Robinson,

Staci Bradley, Bobby Roper, Janice Perry (Powdersville

Water), Kent Dykes (President of Easley Chamber),

and John Cutchin (owner).

Easley

Business and

Professional

Women to Meet

September 21

EASLEY - The Easley

Business and Professional

Women’s Club will meet

Wednesday, September 21,

at the Kimberly Hampton

Memorial Library at 12:30.

Our speaker this month

is Dr. Kevin Mobley who

owns Community Chiropractic

in Easley.

He has nine years of experience

as a chiropractor and

is passionate about health

and fi tness.

He holds a Bachelor’s

Degree in Exercise and

Sport Science, a Doctor of

Chiropractic Degree and a

Post-graduate Certifi cation

in Pediatrics.

He will be speaking on

Managing Stress Naturally.

This meeting will be a terrifi

c networking opportunity

for all working women to

become acquainted with all

the exceptional ladies that

will be there, so don’t miss

it.

Come and bring a friend.

Easley BPW meets every

third Wednesday at the library.

The cost of lunch is

$10.00 and will be catered

by Serendipity Café.

Remember to bring business

cards for drawing for

free lunch.

SAVE THE DATE: October

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for Easley BPW Celebration

of Pickens County Women

to be held at DunBurks

Conference Center. This is

one of the County’s yearly

signature events seeking to

recognize the accomplishments

of working women.

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Th e Easley Progress

Clemson named a top 25 public university

CLEMSON — Clemson

University ranks 25th

among public institutions

in the nation, according to

U.S.News & World Report’s

annual guide to “America’s

Best Colleges.” The university

also is cited for its commitment

to student success,

garnering recognition for

learning communities and

writing in the disciplines.

Additionally, Clemson

is among the top “up-andcoming

schools” that have

made “the most promising

and innovative changes in

academics, faculty, students,

campus or facilities.”

“Being ranked among the

nation’s top 25 universities

for the fourth consecutive

year is a signifi cant accomplishment

and a tribute to

the hard work of Clemson

faculty, staff, students and

alumni,” said Clemson

President James F. Barker.

Last year Clemson was

ranked 23rd.

Recognition for writing

in the disciplines highlights

outstanding academic programs

commonly linked to

student success. Clemson

consistently receives recog-

SC Native Plant Society

to hold Fall Plant Sale

GREENVILLE - This

year’s annual Fall Native

Plant Sale, sponsored by

the SC Native Plant Society,

will have a host of new

features, as well as the wide

variety of native fl owering

plants, ferns, grasses, vines,

shrubs and trees Upstate gardeners

have come to expect.

The Fall Plant Sale will be

Saturday, Sept 24, 9:00 am-

1:00 pm, in the University

Center parking lot at Antrim

and S. Pleasantburg Drives

in Greenville.

Wildlife lovers will want

to visit the featured Bird

Garden station. Upstate

Chapter President and

Clemson professor emeritus

Bill Stringer will offer

expertise and advice on

developing landscapes that

are especially attractive to

birds. You will learn which

plants produce fl owers/berries

that birds consume and

which plants host insects

that birds eat.

Planting appropriate native

species is the most effective

way to attract both

birds and butterfl ies to your

garden.

Wild Birds Unlimited,

Inc. will also have a table

in the Bird Garden station.

Store representatives will

offer information and literature

about attracting birds as

well as some examples of

items featured by the company.

They will not have

items for sale that day.

Local landscape designer

Felicity Henderson will offer

free design consultation

to help you create gardens

that are beautiful for you

and the birds!

You can view photos of

native gardens with a focus

on color and proportion and

ask for advice about your

garden.

The new Purists’ Corner

will appeal to you if you

prefer to grow plants that

you know are indigenous

to this area and were propagated

using locally obtained

seeds or cuttings.

This year the Corner will

feature Echinacea laevigata,

known as Smooth-stem

Cone Flower or Smooth

Purple Cone Flower. Echinacea

laevigata is a South

Carolina endangered spe-

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cies. In this section, you

will also fi nd a good selection

of ferns with local

genotypes from Crow Dog

Native Ferns and Gardens

in Pickens.

The Fall Sale will again

include a number of independent

vendors, some

with unusual or hard-to-fi nd

plants, as well as the Native

Plant Society’s own wide

variety of selections.

Shopping will be easier

than ever. The Fall Plant

Sale will have a new credit

card shopping option, some

end-of-season discounts

from suppliers, improved

signage, and lots of folks

to answer your questions

and help you fi nd the right

plants for your garden.

Remember, fall is the perfect

time to plant. Roots can

become well-established

during the cool months and

be prepared to withstand

summer’s heat. You can

choose the perfect garden

design and plants for the

garden you want and be

ready for a spring fi lled with

fl owers, butterfl ies and other

helpful insects, and birds.

Solutions Earns Spot on

Inc. 500/5000 List of

Fastest Growing Private

Companies in America

Inc. Magazine Unveils Its Annual Exclusive List of

America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies—

the Inc.500|5000

AUGUSTA - Inc. magazine

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fi fth annual Inc. 500|5000,

an exclusive ranking of the

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The list represents the

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Online retailer ideeli tops

this year’s list.

MAU Workforce Solutions

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television maker Vizio, Honest

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other prominent brands featured

on this year’s list.

In a stagnant economic environment,

median growth

rate of 2011 Inc. 500|5000

companies remains an impressive

94 percent.

The companies on this

year’s list report having created

350,000 jobs in the past

three years, and aggregate

revenue among the honorees

reached $366 billion, up

14 percent from last year.

According to MAU President

Randy Hatcher, “We are

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Inc. 500/5000 list of fastest

growing private companies

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continued success of MAU,

as well as our fellow honorees.”

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to an electrical problem,

Thompson said

CENTRAL — District No buses were damaged

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make adjustments to bus Buses ran their normal

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day night One of the school spite of the fi re, student

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To accomplish this,

the delegates had to put

aside their differences and

compromise, but that was

Center to hold

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Saturday, September 24, 10

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of the Table Rock State Park

Visitor Center beside beautiful

Lake Oolenoy.

Talented upcountry artisans

will offer a variety of

arts and crafts. Admission is

“Andrew Gleason from the

State Bus Maintenance shop

came out overnight and provided

us with new bus keys

to replace those lost in the

fi re,” he said.

“District personnel from

other divisions have dropped

what they were doing to

come get our offi ce back up

and running. Offers of help

from the schools have been

pouring in as well.

We consider Student

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function to the schools, but

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In the event of rain, the Park

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get in the way of making

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and John Rutledge

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4A Th e Easley Progress

Commentary

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Students, schools,

community score

big win for Pickens

County Meals on

Wheels

Guest

Editorial

By Sam Wyche

Grateful Board Member

Friday night, Easley defeated

Pickens in their last

Brice Field match up. Easley

was the better team, but

Pickens never gave up. Both

teams and coaching staffs

deserve tremendous credit.

The stadium was packed.

The green and blue color of

the arch rival teams were

painted from goal post to

goal post. What a scene —

what atmosphere — what

an example of community

pride and team spirit! This

was the right way to say “so

long” to so many memories

forever stored in the confi

nes of Brice Field.

The pre-game presentation

by Grasshopper Mowers

was an added bonus.

Grasshopper Mowers chose

the Upcountry of South

Carolina as the recipient of

two lawn mowers for each

of our new high schools.

Thank You, Grasshopper

Mowers! We are proud to

partner with you.

The halftime race between

the mowers and cheerleaders

(to illustrate the off fi eld

competition between the

schools) was a “fi rst” in

halftime entertainment. Follow

that with a blue ribbon

performance by the Easley

Bad … what fun! And, what

an example of our young

people getting involved in

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community service.

And, how about those

students, teachers, counselors,

principals, athletic

director, football coaches

and players, cheerleaders,

cheerleader coaches, band

members, band directors,

alumni, boosters, fans, supporters,

and our most generous

Corporate neighbors,

that donated over $60,000 to

insure that Meals on Wheels

volunteers can continue to

serve our home bound community!

Wow!!

Each school was credited

with $30,000+ in contributions.

The difference between

the two schools was

less than $100 — too close

and too much effort for anyone

to be a “runner-up.”

There were three big winners:

Easley High, Pickens

High and Pickens County

Meals on Wheels.

Give all of them a pat on

the back and a giant raise.

That last idea may not happen,

but no helped the Food

Fight Bowl with the expectation

of making a personal

profi t, anyway.

There truly are angels

among us. They live, work,

and volunteer right here

in Pickens County. God is

good; and he demonstrates

his faithfulness every day in

so many ways.

THANK YOU ALL

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Know the Signs of Heart Valve Trouble

TO YOUR GOOD

HEALTH

By Paul G. Donohue,

M.D.

DEAR DR. DONOHUE:

For the past fi ve years I have

known that I have aortic stenosis.

I have no symptoms

and no restrictions on what I

do. My doctor says I need no

treatment. I’m happy about

that. Will I have a shortened

life? I’m 55. --- S.B.

ANSWER: “Stenosis”

indicates narrowing. The

aortic valve closes when the

heart pumps blood out and

into the aorta and the entire

body. Closure of the valve

stops blood from leaking

back into the heart. Because

the valve and its opening

have constricted, the heart

has to pump harder to empty

itself. That strains the heart,

and, in time, leads to heart

failure.

Stenosis is relative. Its

danger and its consequences

depend on how narrow

are the opening and valve.

Doctors can get an accurate

picture of the valve’s dimensions

through an echocardiogram,

a sound wave

picture of the heart.

When the valve and its

opening reach a critical size,

decisions are made about

the best treatment. Often,

it’s surgery with the installation

of an artifi cial valve.

If a severely narrowed

valve goes untreated, three

symptoms develop: chest

pain on activity (angina),

shortness of breath and

fainting spells. Death occurs

within three or fewer years

unless a new valve is put

in place. Surgery is usually

performed well before these

signs make their appearance.

You might never need

a correction if the narrowing

process stops.

You probably wonder

how you acquired the valve

problem. You might have

been born with a valve that

had minor defects, which

promoted narrowing. Calcifi

cations could have settled

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DEAR DR. DONOHUE:

I have had three attacks of

gallbladder pain due to gallstones.

My doctor is pushing

me to have my gallbladder

removed. The prospect

DOLLARS AND SENSE

BY David Uffi ngton

The best time to do an insurance

inventory is before

trouble strikes, and the best

place to store your inventory

list is somewhere other

than your home. Should you

have a claim, photos and

written documentation are

your best evidence of property

you own.

PHOTOS:

If you have a digital camera,

your task will be made

easier if you buy an additional

memory card. Take all

your photos with that memory

card in the camera, and

then store the card in a bank

box or another safe place.

If you have a fi lm camera,

you’ll need to print out your

photos and store those.

There are two steps to

taking insurance photos:

what easily can be seen, and

what’s hidden.

Stand in the middle of

each room and take photos

in a circle around you.

That’s the easy part. The

of surgery doesn’t thrill

me. Can’t these stones be

treated in some other way?

How does my body function

without a gallbladder?

-- R.C.

ANSWER: Have the surgery.

You have had three

attacks of gallbladder pain;

you’re bound to have more.

You won’t fi nd the surgery

as frightening as you

imagine. Often, it is done

through small incisions with

the guidance of a scope.

The body does quite well

without a gallbladder. It’s a

reservoir for bile, which is

made in the liver. When a

person eats a meal that has

fat in it, as most meals do,

the gallbladder contracts,

sending a jet of bile into the

digestive tract to promote

Insurance Inventory

A SPORTING VIEW

By Mark Vasto

Legend has it that a reporter

asked a senator how

it was that he was so successful,

and the man replied

by saying “good decisions.”

How do you make good decisions?

“Experience,” was

the reply. And how does one

gain such experience? “Bad

decisions.”

I’ve never won an offi ce

pool or fantasy league in my

life. I’m a joke at the sports

book in Caesar’s Palace.

And with that, I bring you

this year’s roundup of bad

decisions as they pertain to

the NFL.

NFC EAST

Prediction: Eagles, Giants

(wild card), Cowboys, Redskins

Vegas: Eagles

The Eagles just have too

much fi repower, and QB

Michael Vick is the league’s

MVP. The Cowboys have

an enigma at QB with Tony

Romo, and the Giants, despite

key offseason losses,

have depth and a great

coaching staff.

NFC NORTH

Prediction: Packers,

Bears, Lions, Vikings

Vegas: Packers

Hard not to pick the Packers

here -- they still have the

most talented team in the

next step involves opening

closet doors and drawers

and taking pictures of the

contents. Your best bet is to

have the camera set on the

largest photo it will take,

often larger than 3000 by

2000 pixels. The reason is

that you’ll be able to take

photos of the back of electronics,

such as televisions

and stereos, or the bottom of

collectibles such as china,

and have the model and serial

numbers available when

you blow up the photo.

Don’t forget to inventory

the contents of your garage

or attic, as well as any sheds

on your property. Photograph

the exterior of your

home and your vehicles.

Another method is to use

a video camera, but be sure

your aim is steady. Still photos

are preferable, as studying

each one will allow you

to clearly see which items

you also need to add to your

paper inventory list.

PAPER:

Print out online (or get

from your insurance agent)

fat digestion. Without a

gallbladder for storage, bile

drips into the digestive tract

on a constant basis; that

works out well.

Medicines can dissolve

gallstones. They take a long

time to work, and the stones

have to be small. Frequently,

the stones re-form after

medicines are stopped.

Dr. Donohue regrets that

he is unable to answer individual

letters, but he will

incorporate them in his

column whenever possible.

Readers may write him or

request an order form of

available health newsletters

at P.O. Box 536475, Orlando,

FL 32853-6475.

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an inventory form to jog

your memory about what

you own and need to document.

List each item.

Receipts are likely stored

with your warranty information,

but you’ll need them

for any claims of loss.

Receipts will show the

date of purchase as well as

the cost.

Keep everything in a bank

box or another safe location:

A copy of the memory card

with your inventory photos

(or the photos themselves),

copy of insurance policies

and your paper inventories.

David Uffi ngton regrets

that he cannot personally

answer reader questions,

but will incorporate them

into his column whenever

possible.

Write to him in care of

King Features Weekly Service,

P.O. Box 536475, Orlando,

FL 32853-6475, or

send e-mail to columnreply@gmail.com.

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A Sporting View: Bad

Decision Roundup

NFC. But it’s a tall order

to repeat in the NFL. As far

as the Lions go ... prove it,

Matt Stafford.

NFC SOUTH

Prediction: Saints, Falcons

(wild card), Panthers,

Bucs

Vegas: Saints

The Saints are fi red up,

and with the shortened preseason

their experience and

QB Drew Brees’ attention

to the playbook makes them

a nice bet. The Falcons are

hungry and aggressive. I

wouldn’t be shocked to see

either in the Super Bowl.

NFC WEST

Prediction: Cardinals,

Rams, 49ers, Seahawks

Vegas: Rams

The Rams seem too young

for me to feel comfortable

betting on them. I’ll take

QB Kevin Kolb and expectations

of consistency from

the Cardinals.

AFC EAST

Prediction: Patriots, Jets

(wild card), Bills, Dolphins

Vegas: Patriots

The Jets may win 12

games. So what? The Patriots

might win 16. This will

be hashed out in the playoffs.

AFC NORTH

Prediction: Ravens, Steelers,

Browns, Bengals

Vegas: Steelers

I believe in QB Joe Flac-

co. The Steelers are the easy

bet, but I’m wondering if

they can’t be beat by a few

outer-fringe teams this season.

AFC SOUTH

Prediction: Texans, Colts,

Titans, Jags

Vegas: Colts

This pick means I believe

Peyton Manning will be hurt

for longer than anticipated.

AFC WEST

Prediction: Chiefs, Chargers

(wild card), Broncos,

Raiders

Vegas: Chargers

The Chiefs have a killer

running back in Jamal

Charles, a good quarterback

in Matt Cassell and a young,

aggressive defense.

This will surprise a lot of

people. That said, the Chargers

are probably better. Oh,

well.

NFC CHAMP: Eagles

AFC CHAMP: Jets

SUPER BOWL CHAMP:

Jets

VEGAS LINE: Patriots

over Packers

I’m going to believe the

hype and take Rex Ryan for

the win. It makes for a good

story, anyway.

Mark Vasto is a veteran

sportswriter and publisher

of The Kansas City Luminary.

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33rd Annual Pumpkin Fest is October 8

PUMPKINTOWN — The

feeling of Fall is in the air in

the Oolenoy Valley which

means it is time to make

plans to attend the 33 rd Annual

Pumpkin Festival in

Pumpkintown on Saturday,

Oct. 8.

The festival will kick off

at 9 a.m. with the parade

(who knows what will be in

it) and continue until 5 p.m.

on that Saturday afternoon.

The theme for this year’s

festival is “Cherokee Indian

Maid.” The festival site is

on the grounds of the Oolenoy

Community House located

at 5301 at Dacusville

Highway.

It is expected that there

will be thousands of attendees

for this year’s festival, so

come early and bring your

lawn chairs or blankets to

set up in front of the music

stage and begin to wander

through the more than 150

arts and crafts booths which

will have a variety of handmade/homemade

products.

No commercial products are

allowed at this festival.

There will also be a number

of food booths which

have funnel cakes, barbecue

chicken, hamburgers,

hot dogs, fried fi sh, chili,

sausage dogs, fried pies and

more. To satisfy the sweet

tooth there will be numerous

cake and cookie booths

set up around the perimeter

of the Oolenoy Building.

Drink stands are also available

throughout the festival

grounds. There will be a variety

of breakfast items being

offered inside the building

starting at 6 a.m. that

evening.

There will be bluegrass

and gospel music, plus cloggers,

appearing on the music

stage throughout the day.

Most of the festival goers

looked forward to the

greased pole climb around 3

p.m. in the afternoon. It isn’t

an easily won competition,

but the climbers persevere

until someone captures the

fl ag on the pole to claim the

coveted prize.

Amusement rides for

children will be available on

State Treasurer

proclaims Sept.

as College

Savings Month

Back to school time is the best time

to consider funding a 529 Future

Scholar College Savings Account

COLUMBIA- September

is College Savings Month,

a month dedicated by State

Treasurer Curtis Loftis and

Treasurers across the country

to highlight the benefi ts

of education savings plans.

South Carolina’s Future

Scholar 529 College Savings

Plan is designed to give

families a tax deduction

while being able to build up

an account for their future

college student.

The phrase “529 plan” refers

to Section 529 of the Internal

Revenue Code which

created these types of savings

plans in 1996.

“I am happy to proclaim

September 2011 is College

Savings Month,” Treasurer

Loftis said. “I am amazed to

see how much college tuition

has increased since I was at

USC in the 80’s. Nearly four

out of 10 parents of collegebound

children are not put-

ting money aside, so being

prepared with a 529 plan is a

sound fi nancial decision.”

South Carolina’s Future

Scholar 529 College Savings

Plan has received the highest

“5 cap” rating by www.

Savingforcollege.com. Automatic

savings deductions

can start with as little as $25

a month.

Anyone can start a Future

Scholar account and designate

it to their benefi ciary

of choice. If grandparents

can’t think of a gift to give

as birthdays or the Christmas

holidays approach; a Future

Scholar account always fi ts,

is always in fashion and is

tax deductible.

Future Scholar accounts

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plus room and board at

any public or private two or

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Pickens County Council

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to law, a Public Hearing will be held in the

Auditorium, Pickens County Administration Facility, 222 McDaniel Avenue, Pickens,

South Carolina, commencing at 6:30 P.M. on Monday October 3, 2011 on the

following matters:

Ordinance No. 448- An Ordinance to adopt the redistricting plan for Pickens

County pursuant t title 4, section 4-9-90, as amended of the 1979 Code of laws of

South Carolina


Pursuant to Section 4-9-30 (5) (E) of the Code of Laws of South Carolina 1976,


district; and other matters related thereto.

Members of the general public are invited to attend the public hearing. It is

requested that those desiring to be heard concerning this matter advise the Clerk

to Council in writing at 222 McDaniel Avenue, Pickens, S.C., 29671. Such requests

should be received by the Clerk to Council on or before October 3, 2011

Donna F. Owen

Clerk to Council

the back side of the festival

grounds. Festival souvenirs

will be available outside

and inside the Community

Building, which will include

T-shirts, sweat shirts, totes,

car tags and books written

by local authors.

As usual, there will be a

wide variety of pumpkins to

select from to get that special

one you want to take

home. Of course, as with

every year, the pumpkin pile

is a big attraction for taking

that special picture of the

baby or small child.

A popular fundraiser for

the festival is the annual

quilt raffl e which gives anyone

interested an opportunity

to win the Festival Quilt.

The quilt was designed and

quilted by Peggy “Thomas”

Crum. The theme of this

year’s quilt is “Cherokee Indian

Maid.” Tickets are $1

each and may be purchased

the day of the festival inside

the Community Building.

The quilt drawing will be

held at 4 p.m. and you do

not have to be present to

win.

This annual event is sponsored

and organized by the

Pumpkintown Community

Club and raises money for

community projects that

benefi t many area organizations.

The club meets the

2 nd Monday of each month

at 7 p.m. in the Oolenoy

Community Building (with

the exception of July and

December) and encourages

anyone interested in helping

with this event and other

Free September 22 Web

Conference Helps Family

Caregivers

STATE - The non-profi t

National Private Duty Association

(NPDA) has announced

that it will host a

consumer education web

conference entitled Addressing

Legal Issues that Impact

Seniors on Sept. 22, 2011, at

8 p.m. EST (7 p.m. CT).

The live and interactive

program will provide advice

on elder law matters,

including pinpointing when

you need to address legal issues,

what the implications

are, and how to ensure that

you and your family are

protected.

The event is free of charge

to participants.

The web conference topics

include an overview of

elder law issues, powers of

attorney, informed consent

and guardianship, advance

directives, will and trusts,

and the timing involved for

each.

“Caring for an aging parent

brings many challenges,”

said Sheila McMackin,

president of NPDA. “It’s

Easley Church

to ‘Feed a

Need’ in the

community

By Jason Evans

EASLEY - Though it still

feels like summer to many

of us, those who run food

pantries and other organizations

that help the needy

know that fall will soon be

here - and behind it, winter.

Cooler weather months

typically increase the demand

on local food pantries

and other charities that help

those in need.

Increase demand means

increased strain on the supplies

of these pantries.

A church in Easley is

throwing an event that

combines a good time with

a chance to enlist the community’s

help to stock the

larder at the Warehouse

Church’s food pantry.

“Feed the Need 2011” will

be held 5- 9:30 p.m. Friday,

Sept. 16 at the church.

The event will feature

live music from a number of

groups including Discrepancy,

Swamp Monkey and

Carrie Lee Creek.

“Feed the Need 2011” will

also feature infl atables, free

chair massages, face painting,

balloons and food.

Admission is one canned

good or non-perishable food

item per person.

Bring your donation to

the registration table to pick

up your wrist band, which is

good for unlimited access to

the infl atables.

While you’re there, don’t

miss your chance to register

for a chance to win some

great prizes.

All Donations will go

to help The Warehouse

Church’s food pantry feed

the hungry.

“Feed the Need 2011” is

sponsored by Ruby Tuesday

and Dunkin Donuts.

The Warehouse Church is

located at 112 Beacon Hill

Court in Easley.

For more information on

the church, its food pantry or

this event, call the food pantry

line at 864-810-4008 or

visit the Warehouse Church

online at www.thewarehousechurch.com

vital that a family know

what legal issues they need

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timing involved. Being

knowledgeable of these

issues is key to protecting

your aging parent, providing

the best care possible.”

This event’s presenter is

an expert on social work issues,

as well as being an attorney.

Joseph T. Monahan,

M.S.W., A.C.S.W., J.D. is

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community projects to attend

our meetings.

No pets will be allowed

on the festival grounds unless

it is a service animal.

The festival is free and

open to the public. There

will be handicapped

So come join us for a

day of food, fun, music and

shopping. For additional information

on the festival or

rental of the Oolenoy Community

Building, contact

Susie Flowers.

University College of Law.

He is very involved with

training and counseling for

several legal and social issues

groups.

Pre-registration for the

event is required.

Sign up today by visiting

the registration link at www.

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The NPDA is the fi rst and

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The NPDA, a non-profi t

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6A Th e Easley Progress Wednesday, September 14, 2011

MEALS

(Continued from Page 1)

doubled the total funds

raised for the three previous

Food Fight Bowls combined.

For the fi rst time in

Food Fight Bowl history,

the schools tied, each raising

$30,000 for Meals on

Wheels.

According to Pickens

County Meals on Wheels,

$60,000 can feed 53 seniors

for an entire year.

PC MOW Chairman Sam

Wyche said he and other

Meals on Wheels offi cials

were blown away by the

students’ efforts and the

community’s generosity.

The money raised the

Food Fight Bowl this year

and in year’s past will enable

the program to continue

to serve seniors, Wyche

said.

Like other charitable organizations,

Meals on Wheels

has seen its shares of challenges

in a slow-to-recover

economy — which is why

the money raised this year is

so important, Wyche said.

“If we didn’t have a big

year this year, the board was

going to have to make some

tough decisions,” Wyche

said.

Kicking off the event

was GMow, the Grasshopper

Mower mascot, as he

handed the keys of two state

of the art Zero Turn commercial

lawnmowers to Dr.

Henry Hunt, Superintendent

of Pickens County Schools.

Grasshopper Mower has

generously provided two of

these mowers for the new

facilities at each high school

in Pickens County: Easley,

Pickens, Daniel, and Liberty.

In addition, the family

employees of Grasshopper

Mower presented a check

totaling $4500 to Meta

Bowers, Executive Director

of Pickens County Meals on

Wheels, to be split between

each school.

JOBS

(Continued from Page 1)

will locate its new manufacturing

facility at 1473

Walhalla Highway in Pickens.

This will be the company’s

first facility in South

Carolina, and its first outside

of Michigan.

JR Automation sees

this as an important step

in increasing support our

existing customer base,

and is also excited about

new opportunities in the

manufacturing base in

the southeastern United

States, according to company

officials.

“South Carolina continues

to put its best foot

forward and our recruitment

efforts are paying

off. We’re excited that JR

Automation has chosen

to locate new operations

here and has committed to

create over 50 well-paying

jobs in our state,” said

Gov. Nikki Haley.

JR Automation also

plans to work closely with

local businesses in supplying

its needs.

It plans to outsource

about 30 percent of its

work to local machine

shops, metal fabricators

and the like.

“Manufacturing plays a

key role in our state’s economy,

and we’re pleased to

have JR Automation join

that part of South Carolina’s

business community,”

said Bobby Hitt, Secretary

of Commerce.

Since January, Commerce

has announced the

recruitment of more than

$1.5 billion in capital investment

and more than

5,000 new jobs from companies

in the manufacturing

sector.

“This is a tremendous

win for the citizens of

Pickens County. JR Automation

was attracted to

Pickens County for many

reasons, including our

business community, our

metal shops and our highly

skilled students from

the Pickens County Career

and Technology Center,

the local high schools

and Tri County Technical

College. Our resources in

Pickens County are great,

and we are thrilled to

share them with our businesses,

and we welcome

JR Automation to our

This year’s fundraising

efforts between the Easley

and Pickens students’ was

fi erce. All of the monies

raised will benefi t Pickens

County Meals on Wheels,

a 501 (c)(3), non-profi t,

charitable organization that

serves nutritious meals each

week day to 230 homebound

in Pickens County.

The students from each

school were inspired by

their faculty leaders to think

beyond themselves and

give back to their community.

Eager to defend their

3-0 fundraising record,

both Ryan Scully and Craig

Thompson, PHS student advisors,

set a goal to double

the amount they had raised

last year.

New on the scene, but no

less energetic, was Coach

Andrew Appenheimer of

Easley. Competitive by nature

and eager to beat Pickens

both on and off the fi eld,

he stepped up to the fundraising

challenge by holding

a benefi t concert on Thursday

before the game which

was a huge success.

At half-time, Easley held

a commanding lead of 26-0.

Anticipation fi lled the air as

the two Grasshopper Mowers

revved up their motors

in the end zone and started

down the fi eld. The mowers

represented Easley and

Pickens fundraising efforts,

and every 5 yards traveled

equated to $1000 raised by

that school.

GMow and the team’s

cheerleaders pumped up

the crowd and everyone

watched to see which school

would be revealed as this

year’s winner of the “Ultimate

Food Fight” trophy.

As the mowers approached

the 50 yard line Pickens was

in the lead, Easley took the

lead at the 20, and then both

mowers were neck and neck

at the 10, at the 5, Touchdown!

“Everyone is a winner

this year, especially Meals

business community,” said

Pickens County Council

Chairwoman Jennifer Willis.

“It has been a pleasure

to work with the great folk

at JR Automation through

this process,” said Ronnie

L. Booth, chairman of Alliance

Pickens and president

of Tri-County Technical

College. “JR Automation

is exactly the kind of business

that we want to see in

our community. They hire

highly skilled individuals

of the type that we are so

proud to produce at the

College and the Career

Center. We look forward

to a long-term relationship

that enables the company

to be successful and provides

high paying jobs for

our citizens.”

The company will begin

hiring for the positions in

the near future.

Anyone interested in

job opportunities in engineering

and skilled manufacturing

trades with the

company should contact

ReadySC.

JR Automation Technologies

LLC designs and

builds solutions for efficiency

and speed, customized

for a company’s

specific needs. Whether

that means machines or

process development, the

JR team has a smart, lean

solution to any challenging

project.

For more information

about the company, please

visit www.jrauto.com.

About S.C. Department

of Commerce

As South Carolina’s

leading economic development

agency, the Department

of Commerce works

to recruit new businesses

and help existing businesses

grow. This year,

Commerce won the Gold

Shovel Award and the Deal

of Year Award from Area

Development magazine.

Commerce has been

part of recruiting worldclass

companies to South

Carolina such as Boeing,

Monster.com, Heinz, ZF

Group, BMW and Google

Inc. Commerce also supports

small and existing

business, rural development

initiatives and offers

grants for community development.

For more information,

visit www.SCcommerce.

com.

on Wheels,” says Meta

Bowers, Executive Director,

“Both Easley and Pickens

raised a combined total of

$60,000! With each school

raising over $30,000 each

and coming within $100 a

tie was declared! The Ultimate

Food Fight trophy

will be engraved with both

school’s names and will

alternate between the two.

Bragging rights belong to

everyone this year!”

The students tripled

this year’s original goal of

$22,150 for 5000 meals!

Combining Friday night’s

totals, with what has been

raised over the last three

years, $34,000, the students

have now raised a combined

total of $94,000 which will

be used to purchase nutritious

meals for the homebound

across Pickens County.

GMow presented the

trophy to the cheerleaders

of both Easley and Pickens

High School for their

school’s hard fought efforts.

“I am blown away

by what these two schools

have each accomplished. I

am very proud of them, and

thankful for their efforts,”

states Bowers, “Their hard

work will fully fund either 4

routes for an entire year, 53

people for an entire year, or

over 13,000 meals. No matter

how you look at it, it is

astounding!”

“Meals on Wheels

couldn’t do this without the

dedication and hard work

of the students, the support

of the community, and the

unlimited energy and creativity

of legendary Coach

Sam Wyche,” states Bowers,

“This event was named

in his honor because of his

commitment to serving the

Pickens County Community.

The students at both

schools are served well by

his example and leadership.”

Andrew Hendricks contributed

to this story.

WAVE

(Continued from Page 1)

missed being sacked with

4 defenders on top of him

and found Chris Connolly

in the end zone for a 4 yard

pass as time expired for a

26-0 lead.

On Picken’s initial possession

of the 2 nd half, the

Easley’ defense holds and

Zach Conn collects Easley’s

2 nd blocked punt as

JR Crawford scoops up the

loose pigskin for a 37 yard

touch down and a 33-0 advantage

.

Easley again forces a punt

and started on their 41 yard

line. They score 2 plays later

when Dee Gamble sprinted

50 yards to the end zone to

make it 40-0 midway though

the 3 rd quarter.

Pickens fi nally gets on

the board with 4:9 in the 3 rd

when Wes Davis tossed a

14-yard pass to Angus Anderson

avoiding a shutout at

40-7.

Easley scored on the ensuing

drive leading to a 1

yard plunge by Lappin, his

4 th score of the game, extending

the lead to 47-7.

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The big play of the drive

was a 57 yard sprint by the

senior quarterback. “ Zach

Lappin’s a great football

player,” remarked Coach

Smith. “If I was a 1AA or

D2 College in this area I’d

be crazy not to try to sign

that kid to a scholarship”.

Pickens was able to put

together an 11 play drive

with fullback David Mansell

punching it in from the

1 yard line for a 47- 13 defi

cient.

Lappin closed out the

Green Wave’s scoring with

a 10 yard run to make it

54-13 with 5:55 remaining.

Lappin rushed for 129

yards and 4 touchdowns and

passed for another score fi nishing

5 for 8.

The Pickens fans that remained

for the fi nal minutes

were rewarded when Davis

scored the fi nal points with

25 seconds on the clock as

the Green Wave roll over

the Blue Flame 54-20.

Easley’s defense was led

by Zach Conn who’s 17

tackles and a blocked punt

even surprised Coach Smith.

“ That’s amazing, if Zach

Conn was 6 ft tall he could

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he’s a great defensive lineman”.

Easley held Picken’s

massive Mansell to 89 yards

and 1 score on 25 carries.

Jon Jon Whitten added 11

tackles and Quaven Ferguson

had 10. Sam “The Enforcer”

Houston, as always,

added a strong presence in

the middle. “The 2 blocked

punts sparked a good momentum,”

Lappin said.

“Our defense played lights

out like hey have all season

and will continue to do so.”

Coach Smith replied “I’m

very proud of them. The

defensive staff does a great

job and until we subbed we

really shut them down the

whole night.”

In the last season to be

played on the historic Brice

Field and the fi rst home

game Easley’s supporters

turned out in full force.

Coach Smith commented

“It’s awesome. But honestly

I’ve been impressed

with our crowds all year. If

you’ve been to any of our

games, we show up! That’s

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be in a better place than Easley,

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anyone 6 months and older,

while the nasal mist is offered

for healthy people between

the ages of 2 and 49.

“We urge you to talk to

your healthcare provider to

determine which is appropriate

for you,” Dr. Gibson

said.

“Adults and older children

need only one dose to

be protected. But children

younger than 9 need two

doses to be fully protected.

Vaccination is necessary

this season, even if you

were vaccinated against the

fl u last year.”

To learn more about the

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visit http://www.scdhec.

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ABC Television Special Shines

Light on FIRST Robotics

Program “In 2011, more than

PICKENS COUNTY

The FIRST Robotics

program, with the help

of celebrities like will.

i.am, Miley Cyrus, Jack

Black and others, took

center stage during “i.am.

FIRST – Science is Rock

and Roll” a special which

aired recently on the ABC

Television Network.

The back-to-school television

special, which also

featured and introduction

by President Obama, is

part of an initiative lead by

FIRST founder Dean Kamen

and FIRST advocate

will.i.am to emphasize the

importance of science and

technology education in

the US and celebrate the

hard work of local robotic

teams like Team 2751 from

Pickens County.

The hour long program

included testimonials

from the celebrities and

highlights from the 2011

FIRST Championship

where more than 30,000

students, parents, industry

leaders and educators

gathered in St. Louis, Missouri

to watch high school

students from around the

world demonstrate their

engineering and problem

solving abilities.

Among the regional

champions who made the

trek to St. Louis last April

were the members of Pickens

County’s First Robotics

Team 2751.

The team, composed of

students from across the

School District of Pickens

County, qualified for

the national championship

competition by finishing

in first place at a

regional competition held

in Raleigh, NC, where the

Pickens County team took

on the best teams in North

Carolina – especially from

the research triangle area

– and beat them.

“Winning the 2011

North Carolina Regional

in Raleigh was a major

accomplishment for team

2751, said Barry Sudduth,

a longtime team mentor.

1500 teams participated

in 57 regional or district

championships. With a

tournament format that

only produces one three

team winning alliance at

each regional; there are

less than 175 teams that

achieved an equivalent

level of success.”

The regional championship

qualified Team

2751 to attend the FRC

Championship in St. Louis,

which with its advanced

skill level on the field and

high energy in the stands,

is the Super Bowl of high

school robotics competition,”

Sudduth continued.

Team 2571 finished the

international competition

among the final 48, an accomplishment

that gains

significance when considering

more than 2,000

teams from around the

world began the season.

Ray Farley, executive director

of Alliance Pickens,

feels that the team’s success

is also indicative of

the type of education and

support available to stu-

dents in Pickens County.

A factor he thinks is important

in order to provide

existing companies and

companies considering a

move to Pickens County

with a trained and highly

skilled workforce.

“Such a successful year

speaks to the hard work

of the team members, the

guidance of the adult volunteers

and the quality of

instruction Pickens County

Schools offer technically

oriented students,” stated

Farley.

“At a time when the processes

used in the workplace

are becoming more

technically advanced each

day, it is vital for young

people to understand the

role that science and technology

education will play

in their future careers,”

Farley said.

“It is crucial for educators,

industry leaders, parents

and others to continue

to spread that message to

students and programs like

“i.am.FIRST” are a great

start.”

“Our community should

not take lightly the fact

that ABC Television did a

one hour special televised

worldwide, of an event

focused on competitive

science and technology,

at which our students finished

in the top 48 teams

out of over 2,000 teams

worldwide,” Farley continued.

If you are a student, parent

or business that would

like to learn more about

how to get involved with

this year’s Pickens County

Robotics Team, please

contact Danny Fahey at

397-1000 or email him at

dannyfahey@pickens.k12.

sc.us.

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October 3, 2011, at 11:00 AM at the Pickens

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in the State of South Carolina, County of Pickens,

being known and designated as Unit 122-A, Build-

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Phase 6, recorded in the ROD Office for Pickens

County in Plat Book 556 at Pages 1-3. Reference

is hereby made to the most recent survey for a

more complete and accurate metes and bounds

description thereof. Derivation: Book 1122 at Page

220 122-A University Village Drive, Central, SC

29630 4065-17-21-2021 SUBJECT TO ASSESS-

MENTS, PICKENS AD VALOREM TAXES, EASE-

MENTS AND/OR, RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD,

AND OTHER SENIOR ENCUMBRANCES.

TERMS OF SALE: A 5% deposit in certified funds

is required. The deposit will be applied towards the

purchase price unless the bidder defaults, in which

case the deposit will be forfeited. If the successful

bidder fails, or refuses, to make the required de-

posit on the day of sale or fails or refuses to com-

ply with the bid within 20 days, then the property

will be resold at the bidder's risk. No personal or

deficiency judgment being demanded, the bidding

will not remain open after the date of sale, but

compliance with the bid may be made immedi-

ately. The successful bidder will be required to pay

interest on the amount of the bid from date of sale

to date of compliance with the bid at the rate of

7.75% per annum. For complete terms of sale, see

Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale filed with the

PickensCounty Clerk of Court at C/A

#11-CP-39-0750. NOTICE: The foreclosure deed

is not a warranty deed. Interested bidders should

satisfy themselves as to the quality of title to be

conveyed by obtaining an independent title search

prior to the foreclosure sale date.

R. Murray Hughes

Special Referee for Pickens County 011784-19014

Samuel C. Waters, Esq. Attorney for Plaintiff

P.O. Box 100200

Columbia, SC 29202-3200

(803) 744-4444

Website: www.rtt-law.com

(see link to Resources/Foreclosure Sales)

NOTICE OF SALE

C/A No. 10-CP-39-1919

BY VIRTUE of a decree heretofore granted in the

case of: GMAC Mortgage, LLC vs. Peggy N.

Merck; Dean Merck; Debbie Pelfrey; Any other

Heirs-at-Law or Devisees of Lester H. Merck, De-

ceased, their heirs, Personal Representatives, Ad-

ministrators, Successors and Assigns, and all

other persons entitled to claim through them; all

unknown persons with any right, title or interest in

the real estate described herein; also any persons

who may be in the military service of the United

States of America, being a class designated as

John Doe; and any unknown minors or persons

under a disability being a class designated as

Richard Roe; , C/A No. 10-CP-39-1919, The fol-

lowing property will be sold by R. Murray Hughes

as Special Referee, on October 3, 2011, at 11:00

AM at the Pickens County Courthouse to the high-

est bidder: All that piece, parcel or lot of land in

Easley Township, Pickens County, State of South

Carolina, in the City ofEasley, on the East side of

South Pendleton Street, in Subdivision No. 3 of the

Oates property, and according to plat made by J.

A. Pickens, Surveyor, October, 1947, being more

fully described as follows: Beginning at a point on

fifty (50) foot street West from the original South-

east corner of Lot No. 46; thence in a Northerly di-

rection approximately 130 feet to the Northeast

corner of Lot45; thence in a Southerly direction

along Lot No. 46 as originally shown on said plat

approximately 130 feet to said 50 feet street;

thence along said Fifty (50) foot street in a west-

erly direction 15 feet to the beginning point; this

originally being a part of lot No. 46 from which this

strip of land was reserved, this being the same

land conveyed to Roy and Ruby Rodgers by Wil-

liams J. Oates and Jack C. Oates by Deed dated

March 23, 1950 and recorded in Book of Deeds

6-O at Page 205 in the Office of the Clerk of Court

for Pickens County, SouthCarolina. ALSO: All that

certain piece, parcel or lots of land in the State of

South Carolina, Pickens County, in the City of Ea-

sley, on the East side of SouthPendelton Street, in

Subdivision No. 3 of the Oates Property, and ac-

cording to plat made by J. A. Pickens, Surveyor,

being more fully described as follows: Beginning at

point on fifty (50) foot street, the Southeast corner

of the lot hereby conveyed; thence North 10-1/2

East 143.5 feet to corner of Lot No. 40; thence in a

westerly direction 108.5 feet to Lot No. 44; thence

in Southerly direction 166 feet to said street;

thence is an easterly direction 75 feet to the begin-

ning point, being designated as Lot No. 47 of the

above plat, which is dated October, 1947. Also: A

Twenty Five (25) foot front strip off the West side

of Lot No. 48, having a depth of approximately

143.5 feet to Lot No. 39, with a width at the rear of

25 feet; the said strip of land adjoining the above

conveyedLot No. 47 on the East side thereof, ac-

cording to the above mentioned plat. Derivation:

Book 1097 at Page 252. 209 Oates Avenue, Ea-

sley, SC 29640 5029-17-00-5549 SUBJECT TO

ASSESSMENTS, PICKENS AD VALOREM

TAXES, EASEMENTS AND/OR, RESTRICTIONS

OF RECORD, AND OTHER SENIOR ENCUM-

BRANCES. TERMS OF SALE: A 5% deposit in

certified funds is required. The deposit will be ap-

plied towards the purchase price unless the bidder

defaults, in which case the deposit will be forfeited.

If the successful bidder fails, or refuses, to make

the required deposit on the day of sale or fails or

refuses to comply with the bid within 20 days, then

the property will be resold at the bidder's risk. No

personal or deficiency judgment being demanded,

the bidding will not remain open after the date of

sale, but compliance with the bid may be made im-

mediately. The successful bidder will be required

to pay interest on the amount of the bid from date

of sale to date ofcompliance with the bid at the

rate of 5.75% per annum. For complete terms of

sale, see Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale filed

with the Pickens County Clerk of Court at C/A

#10-CP-39-1919. NOTICE: The foreclosure deed

is not a warranty deed. Interested bidders should

satisfy themselves as to the quality of title to be

conveyed by obtaining an independent title search

prior to the foreclosure sale date.

R. Murray Hughes

Special Referee for Pickens County 008045-03411

Samuel C. Waters, Esq. Attorney for Plaintiff

P.O. Box 100200

Columbia, SC 29202-3200

(803) 744-4444

Website: www.rtt-law.com

(see link to Resources/Foreclosure Sales)

NOTICE TO CITIZENS OF

PICKENS COUNTY:

Pursuant to the South Carolina Eminent Domain

Procedure Act, Section 28-2-70(c), Code of Laws

of South Carolina, 1976, as amended, notice is

hereby given that entry by personnel of the South

Carolina Department of Transportation will be

made in the area of the roads described below for

such purposes as topographic surveys, subsurface

exploration, environmental related studies and for

the gathering of any other data necessary for the

planning, development of location alternatives, de-

sign, property acquisition and construction of a

highway project.Surveys for this particular road

project will be conducted on the following roads as

described: US 178 (Moorefield Memorial Hwy) for

approximately 1500 feet and north and south

S-326 (N Old Pendleton Road/5 Forks Road),

S-326 for approx 1500’ east and west of US 178,

located southwest of the City of Easley.More spe-

cific information about the project may be obtained

by contacting the Department’s Traffic Engineering

Section at telephone number 803-737-3378 in Co-

lumbia, South Carolina.

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NOTICE OF SALE

C/A No. 10-CP-39-2128

BY VIRTUE of a decree heretofore granted in the

case of: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. vs. Troy Hudson

Carter; Julie Carter Clement; any Heirs-at-law or

Devisees of the Alma C. Carter a/k/a Alma Crisp

Carter, Deceased, their heirs, Personal Represen-

tatives, Administrators, Successors and Assigns,

and all other persons entitled to claim through

them; all unknown persons with any right, title, or

interest in the real estate described herein; also in-

cluding any persons who may be in the military

service of the United States of America, being a

class designated as John Doe, and any unknown

minors or persons under a disability being a class

designated as Richard Roe; The United States of

America acting by and through its agency The De-

partment of Housing and Urban Development; ,

C/A No. 10-CP-39-2128, The following property

will be sold by R. Murray Hughes as Special Refe-

ree, on October 3, 2011, at 11:00 AM at the Pick-

ens CountyCourthouse to the highest bidder: All

that certain piece, parcel or lot of land lying and

being in the State of South Carolina, County of

Pickens, shown as Lot 3, 0.55 of an acre, on a plat

entitled "Plat for Dan River, Inc.," recorded in Book

12-Y at Page 199 and having such courses and

distances as will appear by reference to said plat.

This being the same property conveyed to Alma C.

Carter by deed of Dan River, Inc. dated May 14,

1975 and recorded June 27, 1975 in Book 12-Y at

Page 199. Subsequently, Alma C. Carter a/k/a

Alma Crisp Carter died on November 17, 2009,

leaving this property to her heirs or devisees. Also:

All that certain piece, parcel or lot of land lying and

being in the State of South Carolina, County of

Pickens, and shown as Lot 258 on a plat entitled,

"A Subdivision For Woodside Mills," recorded in

Plat Book 1920 at Pages 136 and 137, inclusive,

and having such courses and distances as will ap-

pear by reference tosaid plat. Derivation: Book

13-Z at Page 256. 408 S. 5th St, Easley, SC

29640 5019-19-62-7002 SUBJECT TO ASSESS-

MENTS, PICKENS AD VALOREM TAXES, EASE-

MENTS AND/OR, RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD,

AND OTHER SENIOR ENCUMBRANCES.

TERMS OF SALE: A 5% deposit in certified funds

is required. The deposit will be applied towards the

purchase price unless the bidder defaults, in which

case the deposit will be forfeited. If the successful

bidder fails, or refuses, to make the required de-

posit on the day of sale or fails or refuses to com-

ply with the bid within 20 days, then the property

will be resold at the bidder's risk. No personal or

deficiency judgment being demanded, the bidding

will not remain open after the date of sale, but

compliance with the bid may be made immedi-

ately. The successful bidder will be required to pay

interest on the amount of the bid from date of sale

to date of compliance with the bid at the rate of

1.91% per annum. For completeterms of sale, see

Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale filed with the

Pickens County Clerk of Court at C/A

#10-CP-39-2128. NOTICE: The foreclosure deed

is not a warranty deed. Interested bidders should

satisfy themselves as to the quality of title to be

conveyed by obtaining an independent title search

prior to the foreclosure sale date.

R. Murray Hughes

Special Referee for Pickens County 011784-17334

Samuel C. Waters, Esq. Attorney for Plaintiff

P.O. Box 100200

Columbia, SC 29202-3200

(803) 744-4444

Website: www.rtt-law.com

(see link to Resources/Foreclosure Sales)

NOTICE OF SALE

C/A No. 11-CP-39-0827

BY VIRTUE of a decree heretofore granted in the

case of: Branch Banking and Trust Company vs.

Steven C. Kostick; Branch Banking and Trust

Company (Whiteville, NC); C/A No.

11-CP-39-0827, The following property will be sold

by R. Murray Hughes as Special Referee, on Oc-

tober 3, 2011, at 11:00 AM at the Pickens County

Courthouse to the highest bidder: All that certain

piece, parcel or lot of land, with all improvements

thereon, lying and being situate in the State of

South Carolina, County of Pickens, containing

0.83 of an acre, more or less, and being shown

and designated on a plat of survey thereof by C E

Shehan, RLS 88108, dated August 31, 1992, and

recorded in Plat Book 53, at Page 72-A, records of

Pickens County, South Carolina, reference to

which plat being hereby made for a more complete

and accurate description. This conveyance is

made subject to easements, rights-of-way, set

back lines, zoning ordinances,covenants and/or

restrictions of record and/or appearing on the

premises. Derivation: Book 177 at Page 210 185

Turner Road, Pickens, SC 29671

4191-16-92-5859 SUBJECT TO ASSESSMENTS,

PICKENS AD VALOREM TAXES, EASEMENTS

AND/OR, RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD, AND

OTHER SENIOR ENCUMBRANCES. TERMS OF

SALE: A 5% deposit in certified funds is required.

The deposit will be applied towards the purchase

price unless the bidder defaults, in which case the

deposit will be forfeited. If the successful bidder

fails, or refuses, to make the required deposit on

the day of sale or fails or refuses to comply with

the bid within 20 days, then the property will be re-

sold at the bidder's risk. No personal or deficiency

judgment being demanded, the bidding will not re-

main open after the date of sale, but compliance

with the bid may be made immediately. The suc-

cessful bidder will be required to pay interest on

the amount of the bid from date of sale to date of-

compliance with the bid at the rate of 6.5% per an-

num. For complete terms of sale, see Judgment of

Foreclosure and Sale filed with the Pickens

County Clerk of Court at C/A #11-CP-39-0827.

NOTICE: The foreclosure deed is not a warranty

deed. Interested bidders should satisfy themselves

as to the quality of title to be conveyed by obtain-

ing an independent title search prior to the foreclo-

sure sale date.

R. Murray Hughes

Special Referee for Pickens County 004335-02567

Samuel C. Waters, Esq. Attorney for Plaintiff

P.O. Box 100200

Columbia, SC 29202-3200

(803) 744-4444

Website: www.rtt-law.com

(see link to Resources/Foreclosure Sales)

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF

FILING OF COMPLAINT

(NON-JURY MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE)

DEFICIENCY REQUESTED

C/A NO:2011-CP-39-0782

JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A., PLAINTIFF, vs.

James Ruan, and Bullhead Investments, LLC,

DEFENDANT(S). TO THE DEFENDANTS,

ABOVE NAMED: YOU ARE HEREBY SUM-

MONED and required to answer the Complaint in

the above entitled action, a copy of which is here-

with served upon you, and to serve a copy of your

answer upon the undersigned at their office, 1300

Pickens Street, Columbia, South Carolina, within

thirty (30) days after service hereof upon you, ex-

clusiveofthedayofsuchservice,andifyoufailto

answer the Complaint within the time aforesaid or

otherwise appear and defend, the Plaintiff, in this

action will apply to the Court for the relief de-

manded in the Complaint, and judgment by default

will be rendered against you for the relief de-

manded in the Complaint. NOTICE IS HEREBY

GIVEN that the original Complaint in the above en-

titled action was filed in the office of the Clerk of

Court for Pickens County on May 24, 2011.

KORN LAW FIRM, P.A.

P.O. Box 11264

1300 Pickens Street

Columbia, South Carolina 29211-1264

BY: MEREDITH L. PRICKETT

Attorney for Plaintiff

Columbia, South Carolina

June 27, 2011

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NOTICE OF SALE

C/A No. 10-CP-39-2148

BY VIRTUE of a decree heretofore granted in the

case of: EverBank vs. Adam K. Banks; Leigh C.

Banks; American General Financial Services, Inc.;

Collins Financial Services, Inc.; Sherman Acquisi-

tion II LP; , C/A No. 10-CP-39-2148, The following

property will be sold by R. Murray Hughes as Spe-

cial Referee, on October 3, 2011, at 11:00 AM at

the Pickens County Courthouse to the highest bid-

der: All that certain piece, parcel or tract of land,

with improvements thereon, situate, lying and be-

ing in the State of South Carolina, County of Pick-

ens, being shown to containing 1.92 acres, more

or less, according to Plat prepared by Cornerstone

of Seneca, Inc., Surveyor, dated August 8, 2000

and recorded in Plat Book 403 at Page 19B in the

R/D Office for Pickens County, South Carolina, ref-

erence to said Plat being hereby made for a more

complete metes and bounds description thereof.

Also conveyed herewith is a non-exclusive Right

ofWay and Easement for Egress and Ingress over

and across that certain twenty five (25') foot wide

strip of land shown on the above referred to Plat

located along the Northwestern side of the above

described tract and extending from the northwest-

ern side of the above described tract to White Oak

Road (S-39-395) Derivation: Book 581 at Page

146 233 White Oak Road, Central, SC 29630

4076-00-61-0663 SUBJECT TO ASSESSMENTS,

PICKENS AD VALOREM TAXES, EASEMENTS

AND/OR, RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD, AND

OTHER SENIOR ENCUMBRANCES. TERMS OF

SALE: A 5% deposit in certified funds is required.

The deposit will be applied towards the purchase

price unless the bidder defaults, in which case the

deposit will be forfeited. If the successful bidder

fails, or refuses, to make the required deposit on

the day of sale or fails or refuses to comply with

the bid within 20 days, then the property will be re-

sold at the bidder's risk. No personal or deficiency

judgmentbeing demanded, the bidding will not re-

main open after the date of sale, but compliance

with the bid may be made immediately. The suc-

cessful bidder will be required to pay interest on

theamountofthebidfromdateofsaletodateof

compliance with the bid at the rate of 8.5% per an-

num. For complete terms of sale, see Judgment of

Foreclosure and Sale filed with the Pickens

County Clerk of Court at C/A #10-CP-39-2148.

NOTICE: The foreclosure deed is not a warranty

deed. Interested bidders should satisfy themselves

astothequalityoftitletobeconveyedbyobtain-

ing an independent title search prior to the foreclo-

sure sale date.

R. Murray Hughes

Special Referee for Pickens County 006735-01144

Samuel C. Waters, Esq. Attorney for Plaintiff

P.O. Box 100200

Columbia, SC 29202-3200

(803) 744-4444 FN

Website: www.rtt-law.com

(see link to Resources/Foreclosure Sales)

NOTICE OF SALE

C/A No. 11-CP-39-0573

BY VIRTUE of a decree heretofore granted in the

case of: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. vs. Tracey K.

Nicholson a/k/a Tracey Nicholson; Daniel W.

Nicholson; The South Carolina Department of

Revenue; , C/A No. 11-CP-39-0573, The following

property will be sold by R. Murray Hughes as Spe-

cial Referee, on October 3, 2011, at 11:00 AM at

the Pickens County Courthouse to the highest bid-

der: ALL that certain piece, parcel or lot of land

situate, lying and being in the State of South Caro-

lina, County of Pickens, within the corporate limits

of the City of Easley lying at the intersection of

North "D" Street and East "A" Avenue and being

shown as Lot A on a plat prepared by Robert R.

Spearman, RLS, dated April 5, 1988, entitled "Sur-

vey for John W. Lookaby and Cornelia E.

Lookaby" (sic}, recorded in Plat Book 32, at Page

474, and having according to said plat the follow-

ing metes and bounds: BEGINNING at an iron pin

at the intersection ofEast "A" Avenue and North

"D" Street and running along North "D" Street N.

39-28 W. 335.30 feet to an iron pin; thence run-

ning N. 70-30 E. 207.80 feet to an iron pin; thence

running S. 40-52 E. 264.70 feet to an iron pin on

the edge of East "A" Avenue; thence running along

East "A" Avenue S. 50-37 W. 201.80 feet to an

iron pin at the corner of North "D" Street and East

"A" Avenue, being the point of beginning. Deriva-

tion: Book 1029 at Page 27. 903 East A Avenue,

Easley, SC 29640 5029-09-25-1899 SUBJECT TO

ASSESSMENTS, PICKENS AD VALOREM

TAXES, EASEMENTS AND/OR, RESTRICTIONS

OF RECORD, AND OTHER SENIOR ENCUM-

BRANCES. TERMS OF SALE: A 5% deposit in

certified funds is required. The deposit will be ap-

plied towards the purchase price unless the bidder

defaults, in which case the deposit will be forfeited.

If the successful bidder fails, or refuses, to make

the required deposit on the day of sale or fails or

refuses to comply with the bidwithin 20 days, then

the property will be resold at the bidder's risk. No

personal or deficiency judgment being demanded,

the bidding will not remain open after the date of

sale, but compliance with the bid may be made im-

mediately. The successful bidder will be required

to pay interest on the amount of the bid from date

of sale to date of compliance with the bid at the

rate of 5.75% per annum. For complete terms of

sale, see Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale filed

with the Pickens County Clerk of Court at C/A

#11-CP-39-0573. NOTICE: The foreclosure deed

is not a warranty deed. Interested bidders should

satisfy themselves as to the quality of title to be

conveyed by obtaining an independent title search

prior to the foreclosure sale date.

R. Murray Hughes

Special Referee for Pickens County 011784-19238

Samuel C. Waters, Esq. Attorney for Plaintiff

P.O. Box 100200

Columbia, SC 29202-3200

(803) 744-4444

Website: www.rtt-law.com

(see linkto Resources/Foreclosure Sales)

NOTICE OF APPLICATION

Notice is hereby given that Saluda River Yacht

Club intends to apply to the South Carolina De-

partment of Revenue for a license/permit that will

allow the sale and on premises consumption of

beer, wine and/or liquor at 1307 Old Easley Hwy.,

Easley, SC 29640. To object to the issuance of

this permit/license, written protest must be post-

marked no later than September 29, 2011. For a

protest to be valid, it must be in writing, and should

include the following information:(1) The name, ad-

dress, and telephone number of the person filing

the protest:(2) The specific reasons why the appli-

cation should be denied:(3) That the person pro-

testing is willing to attend a hearing (if one is re-

quested by the applicant):(4) That the person pro-

testing resides in the same county where the pro-

posed place of business is located or within five

miles of the business; and,(5) The name of the ap-

plicant and the address of the premises to be li-

censed. Protests must be mailed to: S.C. Depart-

ment of Revenue, ATTN: ABL, P.O. Box 125, Co-

lumbia, SC 29214; or faxed to: (803) 898-5899.

NOTICE OF SALE

C/A No. 10-CP-39-1772

BY VIRTUE of a decree heretofore granted in the

case of: Wells Fargo Bank, NA vs. Ralph D. Cook

Jr; Evelyn H. Cook; , C/A No. 10-CP-39-1772, The

following property will be sold by R. Murray

Hughes as Special Referee, on October 3, 2011,

at 11:00 AM at the Pickens County Courthouse to

the highest bidder: All that certain pieces, parcels,

or lots of land situate, lying and being in the State

of South Carolina, County of Pickens, being shown

and designated as Lots No. 109, 110 and 111, of

Oak Creek Subdivision, according to plat prepared

by Robert R. Spearman, Surveyor, dated August

2, 1994, and recorded in Plat Book 48, at Page

593, in the R/D Office of Pickens County, South

Carolina, reference to said plat being hereby made

for a more complete metes and bounds description

thereof. Derivation: Book 606 at Page 133. 202

Creek Drive, Easley, SC 29642 5038-15-63-6856

SUBJECT TO ASSESSMENTS, PICKENS AD VA-

LOREM TAXES, EASEMENTSAND/OR, RE-

STRICTIONS OF RECORD, AND OTHER SEN-

IOR ENCUMBRANCES. TERMS OF SALE: A 5%

deposit in certified funds is required. The deposit

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will be applied towards the purchase price unless

the bidder defaults, in which case the deposit will

be forfeited. If the successful bidder fails, or re-

fuses, to make the required deposit on the day of

sale or fails or refuses to comply with the bid within

20 days, then the property will be resold at the bid-

der's risk. Personal or deficiency judgment having

been demanded or reserved, the sale will remain

open for thirty (30) days pursuant to S.C. Code

Ann. 15-39-720 (1976). The Plaintiff may waive

any of its rights, including its right to a personal or

deficiency judgment, at any time prior to the fore-

closure sale. The successful bidder will be re-

quired to pay interest on the amount of the bid

from date of sale to date of compliance with the

bid at the rate of 4.875% per annum. For complete

terms of sale, see Judgment of Foreclosure and

Sale filed with the Pickens County Clerk of Court

at C/A #10-CP-39-1772. NOTICE: The foreclosure

deed is not a warranty deed. Interested bidders

should satisfy themselves as to the quality of title

to be conveyed by obtaining an independent title

search prior to the foreclosure sale date.

R. Murray Hughes

Special Referee for Pickens County 011784-16482

Samuel C. Waters, Esq. Attorney for Plaintiff

P.O. Box 100200

Columbia, SC 29202-3200

(803) 744-4444

Website: www.rtt-law.com

(see link to Resources/Foreclosure Sales)

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF PICKENS

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

SUMMONS

NO. 11-CP-39-0217

Deficiency Judgment Waived Wells Fargo Bank,

N.A., Plaintiff, v. Gianmarco Beltram; Brittany Bel-

tram; Defendant(s). (011784-17880) TO THE DE-

FENDANT(S), Gianmarco Beltram and Brittany

Beltram: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and re-

quired to appear and defend by answering the

Complaint in this foreclosure action on property lo-

cated at 415 North B Street, Easley, South Caro-

lina 29640, being designated in the County tax re-

cords as TMS# 5019-12-96-5882, of which a copy

is herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy

of your Answer on the subscribers at their offices,

220 Executive Center Drive, Suite 109, Post Office

Box 100200, Columbia, South Carolina,

29202-3200, within thirty (30) days after the serv-

ice hereof, exclusive of the day of such service;

except that the United States of America, if

named, shall have sixty (60) days to answer after

the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such

service; and if you fail to do so, judgment by de-

fault will be rendered against you for the relief de-

manded in the Complaint. TO MINOR(S) OVER

FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE AND/OR MINOR(S)

UNDER FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE AND THE

PERSON WITH WHOM THE MINOR(S) RESIDES

AND/OR TO PERSONS UNDER SOME LEGAL

DISABILITY: YOU ARE FURTHER SUMMONED

AND NOTIFIED to apply for the appointment of a

Guardian Ad Litem to represent said minor(s)

within thirty (30) days after the service of this Sum-

mons upon you. If you fail to do so, application for

such appointment will be made by the Plaintiff(s)

herein. NOTICE TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE

NAMED: YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that

the Summons and Complaint, of which the forego-

ing is a copy of the Summons, were filed with the

Clerk of Court for Pickens County, South Carolina

on February 16, 2011. NOTICE OF FORECLO-

SURE INTERVENTION PLEASE TAKE NOTICE

THAT pursuant to the South Carolina Supreme

Court Administrative Order 2011-05-02-01, you

may have a right to Foreclosure Intervention. To

be considered for any available Foreclosure Inter-

vention, you must communicate with and other-

wise deal with the Plaintiff through its law firm,

Rogers Townsend & Thomas, PC. Rogers Town-

send & Thomas, PC represents the Plaintiff in this

action. Our law firm does not represent you. Under

our ethical rules, we are prohibited from giving you

any legal advice. You must submit any requests

for Foreclosure Intervention consideration to

Rogers Townsend & Thomas, PC within 30 days

from the date you are served with this Notice. IF

YOU FAIL, REFUSE, OR VOLUNTARILY ELECT

NOT TO PARTICIPATE IN FORECLOSURE IN-

TERVENTION, THE FORECLOSURE ACTION

MAY PROCEED.

Rogers Townsend & Thomas, PC

ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF

Samuel C. Waters (SC Bar #5958)

220 Executive Center Drive

Post Office Box 100200 (29202)

Columbia, SC 29210

(803) 744-4444

Columbia, South Carolina

August 1, 2011

NOTICE OF SALE

C/A No. 11-CP-39-0204

BY VIRTUE of a decree heretofore granted in the

case of: CitiMortgage, Inc. vs. William Larry

McKee; Esther Driggers, Personal Representative

for the Estate of William A. McKee; Mary Esther

Driggers; Brenda Faye Bruner; Martha Elaine

Powell; Alma Jean Tate; Any Heirs-at-Law or Devi-

sees of Margaret McKee, Deceased, their heirs,

Personal Representatives, Administrators, Suc-

cessors and Assigns, and all other persons enti-

tled to claim through them; all unknown persons

with any right, title or interest in the real estate de-

scribed herein; also any persons who may be in

the military service of the United States of Amer-

ica, being a class designated as John Doe; and

any unknown minors or persons under a disability

being a class designated as Richard Roe; Any

Heirs-at-Law or Devisees of Mary M. McKee, De-

ceased, their heirs, Personal Representatives, Ad-

ministrators, Successors and Assigns, and all

other persons entitled to claimthrough them; all un-

known persons with any right, title or interest in the

real estate described herein; also any persons

who may be in the military service of the United

States of America, being a class designated as

John Doe; and any unknown minors or persons

under a disability being a class designated as

Richard Roe; , C/A No. 11-CP-39-0204, The fol-

lowing property will be sold by R. Murray Hughes

as Special Referee, on October 3, 2011, at 11:00

AM at the Pickens County Courthouse to the high-

est bidder All that certain piece, parcel or lot of

land, lying and being situate in the South of South

Carolina, County of Pickens, being shown and

designated as Lot 191, being shown and desig-

nated on a survey for A Subdivision of Woodside

Mills, Easley, S.C. prepared by Piedmont Engi-

neering Service, Professional Land Surveying,

dated December 1951 and recorded in the Regis-

ter of Deeds Office for Pickens County in Plat

Book 1920 at Page 136. Fora more complete and

accurate description refer to the above referenced

plat. Derivation: Book 1197 at Page 291 206 South

7th Street, Easley, SC 29640 5019-19-70-1743

SUBJECT TO ASSESSMENTS, PICKENS AD VA-

LOREM TAXES, EASEMENTS AND/OR, RE-

STRICTIONS OF RECORD, AND OTHER SEN-

IOR ENCUMBRANCES. TERMS OF SALE: A 5%

cash deposit is required . The deposit will be ap-

plied towards the purchase price unless the bidder

defaults, in which case the deposit will be forfeited.

If the successful bidder fails, or refuses, to make

the required deposit, or comply with his bid within

20 days, then the property will be resold at his risk.

Personal or deficiency judgment having been de-

manded or reserved, the sale will remain open for

thirty (30) days pursuant to S.C. Code Ann.

15-39-720 (1976). The successful bidder will be

required to pay interest on the amount of the bid

from date of sale to date of compliance with the

bid at the rate of 6.875% per annum.For complete

terms of sale, see Judgment of Foreclosure and

Sale filed with the Pickens County Clerk of Court

at C/A #11-CP-39-0204. NOTICE: The foreclosure

deed is not a warranty deed. Interested bidders

should satisfy themselves as to the quality of title

to be conveyed by obtaining an independent title

search prior to the foreclosure sale date.

R. Murray Hughes

Special Referee for Pickens County 011654-04966

Samuel C. Waters, Esq. Attorney for Plaintiff

P.O. Box 100200

Columbia, SC 29202-3200

(803) 744-4444

Website: www.rtt-law.com

(see link to Resources/Foreclosure Sales)

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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF PICKENS

SUMMONS AND NOTICE

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

(NON-JURY MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE)

C/A NO: 11-CP-39-0949

BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP f/k/a Countrywide

Home Loans Servicing LP PLAINTIFF, vs. Robert

E. Estes, Jr.; and Jackie Estes, DEFENDANT(S).

TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE NAMED: YOU

ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to an-

swer the Complaint herein, a copy of which is

herewith served upon you, or to otherwise appear

and defend, and to serve a copy of your Answer to

said Complaint upon the subscribers at their office,

3955 Faber Place, Suite 200, P.O. Box 71727,

North Charleston, South Carolina, 29415, or to

otherwise appear and defend the action pursuant

to applicable court rules, within thirty (30) days af-

ter service hereof, exclusive of the day of such

service; except that the United States of America,

if named, shall have sixty (60) days to answer after

the service hereof, exclusive of such service; and

if you fail to answer the Complaint or otherwise ap-

pear and defend within the time aforesaid, the

Plaintiff in this action will apply to the Court for re-

lief demanded therein, and judgment by default will

be rendered against you for the relief demanded in

the Complaint.TO MINOR(S) OVER FOURTEEN

YEARS OF AGE, AND/OR TO MINOR(S) UNDER

FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE AND THE PERSON

WITH WHOM THE MINOR(S) RESIDE(S)

AND/OR TO PERSONS UNDER SOME LEGAL

DISABILITY:YOU ARE FURTHER SUMMONED

AND NOTIFIED to apply for the appointment of a

guardian ad litem within thirty (30) days after the

service of this Summons and Notice upon you. If

you fail to do so, application for such appointment

will be made by the Plaintiff. YOU WILL ALSO

TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to Rule 53(b)

SCRCP, as amended effective September 1,

2002, the Plaintiff will move for a general Order of

Reference to the Special Referee for Pickens

County, which Order shall, pursuant to Rule 53(b)

of the South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure,

specifically provide that the said Special Referee is

authorized and empowered to enter a final judg-

ment in this action. If there are counterclaims re-

quiring a jury trial, any party may file a demand un-

der rule 38, SCRCP and the case will be returned

to the Circuit Court.NOTICE OF FILING COM-

PLAINT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the

original Complaint in the above entitled action, to-

gether with the Summons, was filed in the Office of

the Clerk of Court for Pickens County on July 1,

2011. LIS PENDENS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

that an action has been commenced and is now

pending in this court upon Complaint of the

above-named Plaintiff against the above-named

Defendants for foreclosure of a certain mortgage

of real estate given by Robert E. Estes, Jr. and

Jackie Estes to Mortgage Electronic Registration

Systems, Inc. as nominee for Advanced Financial

Services, Inc., in the amount of $111,000.00 dated

January 4, 2008, and recorded in the Office of the

Register of Deeds for Pickens County in Book M

3772 at Page 239 on January 24, 2008. The prem-

ises covered and affected by the said mortgage as

by the foreclosure thereof, were, at the time of the

making thereof, and at the time of the filing of this

Notice, described as follows: All that certain piece

parcel or lot of land lying, situate and being in the

State of South Carolina, County of Pickens, on the

western side of a county road shown on a survey

prepared by John C. Smith, RLS, dated February

22, 1964 and also shown on a more recent survey

prepared by John F. Tinsley for Grady Lamar

Black dated October 14, 1996 and recorded No-

vember 5, 1996 in the ROD Office for Pickens

County South Carolina in Plat Book 54 at Page

278, reference to said more recent survey is

hereby made for a more complete mete and

bounds description. TMS#: 5017-00-54-3155

Property Address: 838 Zion School Rd., Easley,

SC

FINKEL LAW FIRM LLC

THOMAS A. SHOOK

Post Office Box 71727

North Charleston, South Carolina 29415

(843) 577-5460

Attorney for Plaintiff

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF PICKENS

COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

SUMMONS AND NOTICE

OF FILING COMPLAINT

C.A. No.: 2011-CP-39-655

The Peoples National Bank, N.A., Plaintiff, vs. Ni-

zar Gilani; Shamsuddin Gilani, a/k/a Sahmsuddin

Gilani; Naureen, LLC; L. Todd Stone; Charles C.

Styles; The United States of America; and the

South Carolina Department of Revenue; Defen-

dants. TO: THE DEFENDANTS HEREIN: YOU

ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to an-

swer the Complaint in this action, a copy of which

is hereby served upon you, and to serve a copy of

your answer to the Complaint upon the under-

signed subscriber at his office at 1810 East Main

Street, (P.O. Box 1207), Easley, South Carolina,

29641, within thirty (30) days after service hereof,

exclusive of the day of such service. If you fail to

answer the Complaint within that time, judgment

by default will be rendered against you for the re-

lief demanded in the Complaint. TO MINOR(S)

OVER FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE, AND/OR TO

MINOR(S) UNDER FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE

AND THE PERSON WITH WHOM THE MINOR(S)

RESIDES, AND/OR TO PERSONS UNDER

SOME LEGAL DISABILITY: YOU ARE FURTHER

SUMMONED AND NOTIFIED to apply for the ap-

pointment of a guardian ad litem within thirty (30)

days after the service of this Summons and Notice

upon you. If you fail to do so, application for such

appointment will be made by the Mortgagee imme-

diately and separately and such application will be

deemed absolute and total in the absence of your

application for such an appointment within thirty

(30) days after the service of the Summons and

Complaint upon you. YOU WILL ALSO TAKE NO-

TICE that should you fail to Answer the foregoing

Summons, the Plaintiff will move for an Order of

Reference of this case to the Master-In-Equity or

Special Referee in/for this County, which Order

shall, pursuant to Rule 53 of the South Carolina

Rules of Civil Procedure, specifically provide that

the said Master-In-Equity or Special Referee is

authorized and empowered to enter a final judg-

ment in this case with appeal only to the South

Carolina Court of Appeals pursuant to Rule

203(d)(1) of the SCAR, effective June 1, 1999.

YOU WILL ALSO TAKE NOTICE that under the

provisions of the South Carolina Code Section

29-3-100, effective June 16, 1993, any collateral

assignments of rents contained in the attached

mortgage is perfected and Plaintiff hereby gives

notice that all rents shall be payable directly to it

by delivery to its undersigned attorneys from the

date of default. In the alternative, Smith, Jordan,

Lavery & Lee, P.A. will move before a judge of this

Circuit on the 10th day of service hereof, or as

soon thereafter as counsel may be heard, for an

Order enforcing the assignment of rents, if any,

and compelling payment of all rents covered by

such assignment directly to the Plaintiff, which mo-

tion is to be based upon the original Note and

Mortgage and the Complaint attached hereto.

David R. Price, Jr. (S.C. Bar # 75140)

SMITH, JORDAN, LAVERY & LEE, PA

1810 East Main Street

Post Office Box 1207

Easley, South Carolina 29641-1207

(864) 855-1661 office

(864) 855-1685 fax

Price@SmithJordan.com

Attorney for the Plaintiff

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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

C.A. No. 2009-CP-39-1424

PursuanttoaDecreeofCourtinthecaseofThe

Peoples National Bank, v. Haskett Realty Corp., et

al., C.A. No. 2009-CP-39-1424, I, the Clerk of

Court for Pickens County, will sell, on behalf of

Plaintiff Peoples National Bank, on Monday, Octo-

ber 3, 2011 at 11:00 a.m., at public auction to the

highest bidder at the Pickens County Courthouse,

in Pickens, South Carolina, the following described

real estate: ALL that certain piece, parcel and tract

of land lying, situate and being in the State of

South Carolina County of Pickens, located ap-

proximately 7 miles north of Pickens on the east

side of S.C. Highway 178 and being shown and

designated as Tract “A” 99.82 acres and Tract “D”

35.00 acres on a plat entitled “Survey for F. Ray

Haskett, Jr. and Patricia H. Haskett” prepared by

C.D. Shehan Surveying, RLS #8810, dated De-

cember 8, 1989 and having such courses, dis-

tance, metes and bounds as will be shown by ref-

erence to said plat recorded in the Pickens County

Register of Deeds Office in February 4, 1992 in

Plat Book 49 at Page 136. This being a portion of

the identical property conveyed to F. Ray Haskett

Jr. and Patricia H. Haskett by deed of John Roy

(J.R.) Silver dated and recorded May 20, 1980 in

Deed Book 13-U at Page 204, Pickens County re-

cords. F. Ray Haskett, Jr. conveyed his interest in

the property described herein above to Patricia H.

Haskett by deeds dated May 21, 1993 and re-

corded May 24, 1993 in Deed Book 202 at Page

139 (99.82 acre tract and Deed Book 202 at Page

414 (35.00 acre tract). Property Address: 2427

Moorefiled Memorial Highway, Pickens, SC

29671, a/k/a Tract “D”, 35.00 acres and Tract “A”,

99.82 acres located on east side of S.C. Highway

#178. Pickens County Tax Map Parcel

#4175-04-60-1539. The above-described property

will be sold subject to unpaid taxes and assess-

ments, to existing easements and restrictions, and

to any other senior encumbrances. Each success-

ful bidder, other than the Plaintiff, at the time the

bid is accepted, will be required to deposit with the

Court cash or certified check in the sum of five

percent (5%) of the amount of bid as evidence of

good faith. In the Event the purchaser fails or re-

fuses to comply with the terms of sale within

twenty (20) days, the deposit shall be forfeited and

applied first to costs and then to Plaintiff’s debt,

and the Court shall forthwith re-advertise and

re-sell said property upon the same terms on

some subsequent sales day at the risk of the for-

mer purchaser until obtaining a full compliance

with a sale. If the Plaintiff or the Plaintiff’s repre-

sentative does not appear at the scheduled sale of

the above-described property, then the sale of the

property will be null, void and of no force and ef-

fect. In such event, the sale will be rescheduled

for the next available sales day. A personal or defi-

ciency judgment having been waived, the bidding

will not remain open for thirty (30) days, but the

sale to be final upon that date. Terms of sale:

Cash; purchaser to pay interest on the amount of

bid at the rate of 9.0% per annum from the date of

sale until the date of compliance with the bid; pur-

chaser to pay for deed and recording fees.

David R. Price, Jr.

Attorney for Plaintiff

The Honorable Harold Pat Welborn

Clerk of Court for Pickens County

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

2010-CP-39-2117

Pursuant to a Decree of Court in the case of First

Citizens Bank and Trust Company, Inc., vs. Paul

Murphy, Tamara Murphy, et al., C.A. No.

2010-CP-39-2117, I, the Special Referee for Pick-

ens County, will sell, on behalf of Plaintiff First Citi-

zens Bank and Trust Company, Inc., on Monday,

October 3, 2011, at 11:00 a.m., at public auction to

the highest bidder at the Pickens County Court-

house, in Pickens, South Carolina, the following

described real estate:ALL that certain piece, par-

cel, or lot of land situate, lying and being in the

State of South Carolina, County of Pickens, being

shown and designated as Lot No. 4, containing

2.33 Acres, according to plat prepared by Robert

R. Spearman, Surveyor, dated 8/18/80 and re-

corded in Plat Book 23, at Page 248, in the R/D

Office for Pickens County, SC, and, according to

said plat, being more particularly described as

having the following metes and bounds, to-wit: BE-

GINNING at a point on the southern side of Ada

Street common corner of the herein described

tract and Lot No. 3; thence running along the com-

mon line of the herein described tract and Lots 3,

2, and 1 South 31-11 West 400.0 feet to a point;

thence running along the common line of the

herein described tract and property now or for-

merlyofH.H.HarrisNorth31-06West113.23feet

to a point; thence continuing North 69-17 West

112.2 feet to a point; thence continuing North

69-58 West 85.3 feet to a point; thence continuing

North 04-40 East 168.59 feet to a point; thence

continuing North 69-35 East 200.31 feet to a point;

thence continuing North 30-27 East 140.6 feet to a

point on Ada Street, thence with Ada Street South

60-02 East 205.02 feet to the point of BEGIN-

NING. This being the same property conveyed to

Fred E. Murphy by deed from Paul A. Murphy and

Lisa R. Murphy dated 03/20/02 and recorded in

Deed Book 664, at Page 248, in the R/D Office for

Pickens County, SC. Pickens County Tax Map No.

5018-05-08-7171. The above-described property

will be sold subject to assessments; any property

taxes that are due, unpaid or accruing; easements;

easements and restrictions of record; and other

senior encumbrances. Each successful bidder,

other than the Plaintiff, at the time the bid is ac-

cepted, will be required to deposit with the Court

cash or certified check in the sum of five percent

(5%) of the amount of bid as evidence of good

faith. In the Event the purchaser fails or refuses to

comply with the terms of sale within twenty (20)

days, the deposit shall be forfeited and applied first

to costs and then to Plaintiff’s debt, and the Court

shall forthwith re-advertise and re-sell said prop-

erty upon the same terms on some subsequent

sales day at the risk of the former purchaser until

obtaining a full compliance with a sale. A personal

or deficiency judgment having been demanded,

the bidding will remain open for thirty (30) days af-

ter the date of sale in Pickens County, with the

sale to be final upon that date. Terms of sale:

Cash; purchaser to pay interest on the amount of

bid at the rate of 7.58% per annum from the date

of sale until the date of compliance with the bid;

purchaser to pay for deed and recording fees.If the

Plaintiff or the Plaintiff’s representative does not

appear at the scheduled sale of the above-de-

scribed property, then the sale of the property will

be null, void and of no force and effect, and the

sale will be rescheduled for the next available

sales day.

David R. Price, Jr., Attorney for Plaintiff

The Honorable Harold “Pat” Welborn

Pickens County Clerk of Court

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA

COUNTY OF PICKENS

IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

(NON-JURY MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE)

SUMMONS AND NOTICES

C/A NO: 11-CP-39-0999

Bank of America, N.A., PLAINTIFF, vs. Reba R.

Shedd; The Estate of Grady Shedd, and any other

Heirs, and all others claiming any right, title or in-

terest in the real estate known as 819 Liberty Hwy,

Liberty, SC 29657, any adults or persons in the

Military Service of the United States of America,

being a class designated as John Doe, and any

minors or persons under legal disability, being a

class designated as Richard Roe; and Cach, LLC,

DEFENDANT(S). TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE

NAMED: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and

required to answer the Complaint herein, a copy of

which is herewith served upon you, or to otherwise

appear and defend, and to serve a copy of your

Answer to said Complaint upon the subscribers at

their office, P.O. Box 71727, North Charleston,

South Carolina, 29415, within thirty (30) days after

service hereof, exclusive of the day of such serv-

ice; except that the United States of America, if

named, shall have sixty (60) days to answer after

the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such

service; and if you fail to answer the Complaint

within the time aforesaid, or otherwise appear and

defend, the Plaintiff in this action will apply to the

Court for relief demanded therein, and judgment

by default will be rendered against you for the re-

lief demanded in the Complaint.TO THE

MINOR(S) OVER FOURTEEN YEARS OF AGE,

AND/OR TO MINOR(S) UNDER FOURTEEN

YEARS OF AGE AND THE PERSON WITH


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WHOM THE MINOR(S) RESIDES AND/OR TO

PERSONS UNDER SOME LEGAL DISABILITY:

YOU ARE FURTHER SUMMONED AND NOTI-

FIED to apply for the appointment of a guardian ad

litem within thirty (30) days after the service of this

Summons and Notice upon you. If you fail to do

so, application for such appointment will be made

by the Plaintiff. YOU WILL ALSO TAKE NOTICE

that should you fail to answer the foregoing Summons,

the Plaintiff will move for a general Order of

Reference to the Special Referee for Pickens,

which Order shall, pursuant to Rule 53(b) of the

South Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure, specifically

provide that the said Special Referee is

authorized and empowered to enter a final judgment

in this action. NOTICE OF FILING COM-

PLAINT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the

original Complaint in the above entitled action, together

with the Summons, was filed in the Office of

the Clerk of Court for Pickens County on July 11,

2011. NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF ACTIONNO-

TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an action has been

commenced and is now pending in this Court upon

Complaint of the above-named Plaintiff against the

above-named Defendants for foreclosure of a certain

mortgage of real estate given by Grady Shedd

and Reba Shedd to Mortgage Electronic Registra-

tion Systems, Inc. as nominee for 1st Choice Mortgage/Equity

Corp. of Lexington, in the amount of $

142,000.00 dated January 14, 2003, and recorded

in the Office of the Register of Deeds for Pickens

County in Book 2160 at Page 267 on January 27,

2003. The premises covered and affected by the

said Mortgage as by the foreclosure thereof, were,

at the time of the making thereof, and at the time

of the filing of this Notice, described as follows: All

that certain piece, parcel or lot of land in the State

of South Carolina, County of Pickens, and being

more fully described according to plat of Walter L.

Davis, Surveyor, dated March 8, 1968, reference

to which is made for a more complete and accurate

description, and being thereon more fully described

as follows, to-wit: Beginning in the center

of State Highway S39-137 which point is S70-57E

1229 feet from intersection with county road;

thence S20-08W 180 feet to an iron pin: thence

S70-57E 125 feet to an iron pin; thence N20-08E

180 feet to point of Beginning, and being bounded

on the northeast by said highway, bounded on the

east and south by Clemson Realty Company, and

bounded on the west by Bolding. TMS #:

4078-00-35-1237Property Address: 819 Liberty

Hwy, Liberty, SC ORDER APPOINTING GUARD-

IAN AD LITEM NISIIt appearing to the satisfaction

of the Court, upon reading and filing of the Petition

of the Plaintiff for the appointment of Kelley

Woody, attorney in Columbia, South Carolina, as

Guardian ad Litem Nisi for all unknown minors,

and for all persons who may be under a legal disability,

it isORDERED that Kelley Woody, Attorney

at Law, be and she is hereby appointed Guardian

ad Litem Nisi on behalf of unknown minors or persons

under a legal disability, all of whom may have

an interest in or claim to have some interest in the

real property known as 819 Liberty Hwy, Liberty,

SC 29657; that she is empowered and directed to

appear on behalf of and represent said Defendants,

unless the said Defendants, or someone on

their behalf, shall within thirty (30) days after service

of a copy hereof as directed, procure the appointment

of a Guardian ad Litem for the said Defendants;

AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a

copy of this Order shall forthwith be served upon

the said Defendants by publication thereof in the

Easley Progress, a newspaper of general circula-

tion published in the County of Pickens, State of

South Carolina, once a week for three consecutive

weeks, together with the Summons in the above

entitled action.

Harold P. “Pat” Welborn, Jr.

Clerk of Court for Pickens County

Pickens, South Carolina

August 18, 2011

FINKEL LAW FIRM LLC

Thomas A. Shook

P.O. Box 71727

North Charleston, SC 29415

(843) 577-5460

Attorney for Plaintiff

NOTICE OF SALE

C/A No. 09-CP-39-0725

BY VIRTUE of a decree heretofore granted in the

case of: Bank of America, N.A. vs. Robert Skelton

a/k/a Robert W. Skelton; Bank of America, N.A.

(Greensboro, NC); , C/A No. 09-CP-39-0725, The

following property will be sold by R. Murray

Hughes as Special Referee, on October 3, 2011,

at 11:00 AM at the Pickens County Courthouse to

the highest bidder All that certain piece, parcel or

lot of land situate, lying and being in the State of

South Carolina, County of Pickens, being shown

and designated as Lot No. 9 Riverdale Estates,

according to plat prepared by Beeson Engineering

Company, Surveyor, recorded in Plat Book 3 at

Page 205 in the Register of Deeds Office for Pickens

County, South Carolina, reference to said plat

being hereby made for a more complete metes

and bounds description thereof. The above described

property is subject to any and all easements

and/or rights of way for roads, utilities,

drainage, etc as may appear of record and/or on

the premises and to any and all restrictions, covenants

or zoning ordinances affecting such property

as may appear of record. The above described

property is subject to those restrictions governing

said property as appears in the Register of Deeds

Office for Pickens County, South Carolina in Deed

Book 12-B at Page 251. Derivation: Book 12-B at

Page 251. 200 Riverdale Road, Central, SC 29630

4077-05-09-5358 SUBJECT TO ASSESSMENTS,

PICKENS AD VALOREM TAXES, EASEMENTS

AND/OR, RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD, AND

OTHER SENIOR ENCUMBRANCES. TERMS OF

SALE: A 5% cash deposit is required . The deposit

will be applied towards the purchase price unless

the bidder defaults, in which case the deposit will

be forfeited. If the successful bidder fails, or refuses,

to make the required deposit, or comply

with his bid within 20 days, then the property will

be resold at his risk. No personal or deficiency

judgment being demanded, the bidding will not remain

open after the date of sale, but compliance

with the bid may be made immediately. The successful

bidder will be required to pay interest on

the amount of the bid from date of sale to date of

compliance with the bid at the rate of 6.875% per

annum. For complete terms of sale, see Judgment

of Foreclosure and Sale filed with the Pickens

County Clerk of Court at C/A #09-CP-39-0725.

NOTICE: The foreclosure deed is not a warranty

deed. Interested bidders should satisfy themselves

as to the quality of title to be conveyed by obtain-

ing an independent title search prior to the foreclo-

sure sale date.

R. Murray Hughes

Special Referee for Pickens County

011263-01791

Samuel C. Waters, Esq.

Attorney for Plaintiff

P.O. Box 100200

Columbia, SC 29202-3200

(803) 744-4444

Website:www.rtt-law.com

(see link to Resources/Foreclosure Sales)

Notice To Creditors

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

OF ESTATES

All persons having claims against the following estates

are required to deliver or mail their claims to

the indicated Personal Representatives, appointed

to administer these estates, and to file their claims

on Form #371PC with the Probate Court of Pickens

County, the address of which is 222 McDaniel

Ave., B-16, Pickens, SC 29671, on or before the

date that is eight months after the date of the first

publication of this Notice to Creditors (unless

barred by operation of Section 62-3-803), or such

persons shall be forever barred as to their claims.

All claims are required to be presented in written

statements, indicating the name and the address

of the claimant, the basis of the claim, the amount

claimed, the date when the claim will become due,

the nature of any uncertainty as to the amount

claimed and the date when due, and a description

of any security as to the claim.

Estate: William Brown Cartee

Case #2011ES3900471

Personal Representative:

Lola Finley Cartee

Address: 111 Scotland Road

Easley, SC 29640

Attorney: N/A

Estate: Cecil E. Drake

Case #2011ES3900487

Personal Representative:

Carolyn M. Drake

Address: 202 Oakfield Avenue

Easley, SC 29640

Attorney: Phil D. Donnan

Address: 4 Arborland Way

Greenville, SC 29615

Estate: Hollace Kay Ellenburg Hamid

Case #2011ES3900515

Personal Representative:

Tara Hamid Redick

8436 Summerlin Cove

Memphis, TN 38125

Attorney: Ronnie L. Smith

PO Box 1207

Easley, SC 29641

Estate: Mary Lou Crawford

Case #2011ES3900499

Personal Representative:

Sara Frances Crawford Emerich

PO Box 1035

Easley, SC 29641

And

Lena Crawford Patterson

105 South Dale Drive

Easley, SC 29640

Attorney: N/A

Estate: Mayrelle J. Clark

Case #2011ES3900509

Personal Representatives:

Rodney A. Clark

5216 Church Street

McFarland, WI 53558

And

Carole C. Miles

2626 Highway 86

Piedmont, SC 29673

Attorney: N/A

Estate: Herman Melvin Merck

Case #2011ES3900481

Personal Representative:

Dorothy L. Merck

Address: 701 Ira Drive

Myrtle Beach, SC 29579

Attorney: Daniel E. Hunt

Address: PO Box 887

Easley, SC 29641

Estate: Norman Allen Roper

Case #2011E3900477

Personal Representative:

Martha J. Rogers Roper

Address: 114 Cannon Lane

Easley, SC 29640

Attorney: N/A

Estate: Thomas Austin Wigington, Jr.

Case #2011ES3900486

Personal Representative:

Adelaide Gantt

Address: 3504 Hwy. 153 #2

Greenville, SC 29611

Attorney: N/A

Estate: Albert C. Williams, Jr.

Case #2011ES3900500

Personal Representative:

Randall G. West

Address: 100 Sylvia Road

Easley, SC 29640

Attorney: N/A

No Trespassing

A. Kendall & Wylene King... 06-06-2012

Alice N. Woodring...5-2-12

Blanche Martin... 4-4-12

Burford L. Noblitt ...4-25-12

C. Dean Cullison &

Paden E. Woodruff, Jr.... 4-18-12

C.H. Pinion...5-02-12

FM &/or Greg Caddell...4-25-12

Carolyn Looper...11-2-11

Chester or Annette Miller... 4-18-12

Chester, Vester and or Dorothy Roper... 3-7-12

Christopher Farm... 3-28-12

Clyde James and Harold James...

1-18-2012

Danny G. McCall and/or

Clay A. McCall... 2-8-12

Dean Cullison &

Paden Woodruff... 9-21-11

Diane Clark...2-15-12

Edward and

Evonne Elrod... 1-16-13

Elliott and

Nancy Hazen... 10-12-11

Sara F. Emerich... 3-28-12.

Frances M. Brazzell

and Brazzell LP... 10-10-12

Fred D. Duncan and or Patricia E.

Duncan...2-29-12

Freddie Zink and or Randy Long...

05-23-12

Gary and

Eleanor Pinkowski... 10-16-13























ladamson@heartlandpublications.com or mail to:

Lonnie Adamson




No Trespassing

Gladys, James and

Curtis Edens...9-16-11

Grover Owens...9-14-11

James D. and

Frances O. Martin... 11-16-11

James D. Winchester & Don B. Winchester, and/or

J.W. Winchester Estate... 6-13-2012

James L. Local & William L.

Betts...10-23-13

Jennie C. Ritota... 10-12-11

Kimberly L. Hardin...05-23-12

Kirk and Jane Williams... 05-02-12

Laura C. Jones... 2-01-12

Laurie DuSaules and

David Hazen... 10-12-11

Lola G. Arnold... 09-21-11

Mark Bridgman...10-26-11

Mary Suggs... 07-25-12

Pasquale and

June Ritota... 10-12-11

Paul Ianuario... 7-11-2012

Peter Lusk and or Herbert Lusk... 3-28-12

Robert Davis and

Eleanora Angelo... 10-12-11

Roy and

Frances Campbell... 10-19-11

Stephen and/or Melinda

McAlister...7-11-12

Sybil M. Looper...7/4/2012

Teresa L. Parker &/or Evelyn Boggs Thomason...

7-18-12

Toni and James Johnson... 10-19-11

W.R. and Faye Upchurch... 5-02-12

West End Baptist Church... 3-14-12

William G. Elrod...12-08-11

Wilven and/or Virgle Byers... 3-28-12

Community Calendar

Day Family Reunion

For descendants of Bradwell

Day and Elizabeth Cansler will

be held Sunday, Sept. 18,

2011@1pm@J.B.Day's

Riverbend Old Stock Car Racing

Museum, 154 Floyd Circle,

Easley, SC. Bring a well-filled

basket and your family information

and pictures to share.

Questions: Contact Judy Ballard

(864) 855-6131 or e-mail:

Digroots@gmail.com or Bunny

Zygmont (301) 983-9734 or

e-mail: Bunny.zygmont@comcast.net

or J.B. Day at (864)

220-1518. Day family project:

funds to replace fence at the

Day Family Cemetery on Powdersville

Rd., Easley

The Fifty-Sixth Annual

Jonathan Lee Bolding

Reunion

Sunday, Sept. 25, 2011

Praters Creek Fellowship

Building, 621 Praters Creek

Road, Pickens. 12 Noon -

Business meeting, 12:30 p.m.

lunch. For more information

please call Melonee Bolding

Elrod at 864-868-6082.

Trotter Reunion

Descendants of George

McDuffie and Sarah O'Neil

Trotter, and their children,

John, Walter, Jim, Ernest, Arthur,

Otis, Tommie & Alice T.

Anthony, will meet on Sat.,

Sept., 24, 4 PM at Griffin Baptist

Church fellowship building.

Tableware and ice will be

provided. This year we will

have pictures of "Mac" & Sarah

to share. If you would like a

copy please call JoAnn Brewer

859-5501 or Jim Hayes at

864-650-5078.

200

300

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Part-Time

Tri Tech USA in Liberty, SC is a dynamic and rapidly growing manufacturing company. We provide turn key, build to print manufacturing services

including engineering, design, machining, welding, electrical, assembly and fi nishing services to customers throughout the U.S. Our Military

division is responsible for developmental work in areas of Field Feeding and Sanitation as well as other products related to the Military.

If you are a highly motivated, self starter who takes pride in your work and is interested in manufacturing and high tech machine and fabrication

processes we would like to hear from you. Please send your resume to tritechhr@tri-techusa.com. Or Visit your local One Stop Offi ce.

No phone calls or on-site visits please.

ReadySC, a division of SC Technical College Systems, is assisting Tri Tech USA in the recruitment for the following full-time position:

Standard Requirements for ALL Positions - See other job specifi cs under job listing:

• High School diploma or equivalent required.

• Ability to lift 50lbs. minimum unassisted.

• Good Mechanical ability.

• Ability to read and interpret blue prints.

• Attention to detail and pride in workmanship.

• Must have reliable transportation.

• Must work well with others in a team oriented and fast paced environment.

• Safety equipment and basic tools - list will be provided (based upon position).

• Pre-employment drug testing is required.

Production Welder with Fabrication Experience

• 3-5 Years Experience

• Experienced in TIG and MIG

• Experienced in use of various metal working equipment (shears, brakes, ironworker, etc.)

Pets

Financial

Education

Animals

Happy Jack® Flexenhance: relieves

joint & muscle pain in

dogs. Contains Mother Nature's

flea repellent. RIDDLE

FARM SUPPLY (859-9309).

www.happyjackinc.com

700

900

Yard Sale

Agriculture

Merchandise

4 FAMILY YARD SALE FRI.

SEPT. 16 8 AM - UNTIL

BOB'S PLACE - HWY. 178

PICKENS Clothes, Furn., Toys

Manual Machinist

• 4 years experience for Mill & Lathe work and the ability to do your own set ups.

• CNC experience is helpful, but not necessary.

Yard Sale

HUGE YARD SALE

FRI. & SAT. SEP. 16 & 17

7 A.M. - UNTIL

104 Timberwood Ct., Easley

Large yard sale Sept 16 & 17

starting at 8am until 2pm 1137

Olive St. Easley. Many items

for sale. Computers, Singer

sewing machine with cabninet,

Brother serger, clothing, handmade

taggie blankets only

$12.00, limited supply.

GARAGE SALE

MULTI-FAMILY

SEPTEMBER 16 & 17

8am-until

YARD SALE SAT. 9/17

587 Red Hill Rd. Pickens

8am until! Multi-family!

Baby items, toys, misc.

THE NEXT GREAT THING.

Kohl’s is now hiring Credit Associates!

Part-Time/Temporary Positions:

Kohl’s Department Stores is seeking friendly, outgoing people to greet

customers, solicit and process Kohl’s Charge applications during the

Grand Opening of our new store in:

EASLEY

These positions are part-time, temporary assignments

(Sept. 25th - Oct. 15th) with the potential for further employment. A

friendly, customer-focused attitude and some data entry experience are

required. We offer flexible hours and merchandise discounts. Several

positions are available with an opportunity to earn a bonus!

Visit us at kohlscareers.com

or call 1-877-885-6457


CNC Machinist

• 3-5 Minimum Years Experience

• Experienced with machine set up and operation of CNC Hardinge Lathe and Haas Mills a plus

• Machine programming experience helpful, as well as manual mills and lathes

• Must be able to read and interpret blue prints and follow written and verbal instructions

• Must have own tools

Will consider training someone if you have a good understanding of either lathes or mills, as well as G and M codes.

Chief Quality Inspector

• 3-5 Minimum Years Experience in a Machine & Fabrication environment

• Responsible for inspecting and certifying that all manufactured products meet customers criteria/specifi cations prior to delivery

• Experience with CMM operation

• Develop and implement appropriate inspection procedures, in cooperation with Management following the guidelines for ISO9000 and AS9100

• Ensuring that all Quality Control equipment is secured and maintained in good working order and maintaining necessary documentation

• Must have completed training/certifi cation to comply with ISO9000 and AS9100 standards

We off er an excellent benefi t package which includes medical, dental, and 401(k) Profi t

Sharing Plan. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

1000

2000

3000

Recreational Vehicles

Automotive

Real Estate Sales

Cemetery Plots

Greenlawn Memorial Park

Sec. 5-C, 4 plots, $2,000. Call

246-6214.

3500

Real Estate Rentals

Apartments / Townhouses

1 Month FREE!!

Northway Townhomes

864-855-0780

Walnut Hill Apts, Easley, behind

old Walmart, $299/mo,

$175 dep. Call 230-7379.

Easley apt. for rent. 2BR/1BA,

quiet n'hood, no pets. Includes

water, sewer. $435/mo. $200

sec. dep. Call 269-2610.

Pickens: 2BR, 1BA, upstairs in

downtown Pickens, sec.dep.

req. $495 mo, ready for immediate

occupancy. 907-8157.

Apartments / Townhouses

1/2 Month

FREE!!

Deerfield Run Apts.

Waterford Apts.

2BR, 2BA

From $475

Call

864-855-4711

WESTFIELD APTS. now taking

applications for 1BR & 2BR

apt. homes. Credit and background

check required. Units

designed for persons with disabilities

subject to availability.

Stop by 127 Annie St. or call

864- 843-1123 or

TDD#(800)735-2905 for more

info. Equal Housing Opportunity.

Managed by Partnership

Property Management, an

equal opportunity provider, and

employer.

Houses for Rent

3 BR, 1 1/2 BA home in

Easley. No pets, deposit required.

$575 per month. Also,

Apt. in Pickens, 1 BR, 1BA.

Call 414-8639

5 miles north of Pickens, DW/MH,

3 BR, 2 BA private lot, no pets,

$100 wk $400 dep. Call 324-2171

5 miles north of Pickens, DW/MH,

3 BR, 2 BA private lot, no pets,

$100 wk $400 dep. Call 324-2171

For rent, 2 BR, 1 1/2 BA, brick

home, with carport, located in

Pickens. $525 mo. 414-1353.

House for rent-Liberty $600.

Leave message for call back -

864-304-9189

4000

Manufactured Housing

Lots

LIBERTY

AREA

MOBILE HOME

SPACES

Singles &

Doubles.

CALL

859-1964


Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Rentals

14x70, 2/BR, 2/BA Powdersville

Community, $400 dep.

$400 mo. water & yard maintenance

furnished. Call

845-8917.

3 BR MH, Saluda Dam Rd.,

cen. heat & air, priv. lot, $500

mo. 430-0988, 859-5482.

AFFORDABLE

1,2,3 BR

W/S, Grnd/Main, Furn.

Eco./ Util.

no pets

855-2186

639-7725

Rentals

Easley and Powdersville- 2

and 3 bedroom double and single

wide mobile homes available

for immediate occupancy.

Well maintained and quiet

communities. Lawn care and

trash pickup included. Ask

about our move in specials.

864-269-3361.

EASLEY

DACUSVILLE

2 & 3 BR MH for rent. No pets.

CALL

859-1964

OR

855-1991

Sandel, Miller to wed

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sandel of Easley, South Carolina

are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter,

Janna Rebekah Sandel, to David Jason Miller, son

of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller of Lexington, Kentucky.

The bride elect is a graduate of Clemson University

with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.

She is employed with NASA’s Marshall Space

Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

The bridegroom elect is a graduate of the University

of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical

Engineering. He is employed with NASA’s

Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

An October 2011 wedding is planned.

Pickens County

First Steps

Partnership

Board to meet

Th ursday

EASLEY - The Pickens

County First Steps Partnership

Board of Directors will

hold their annual meeting

and election of new board

members and offi cers on

Thursday, September 15,

2011 at the Kimberly Hampton

Memorial Library in Easley,

SC at 4:00 p.m.

The public is invited. For

more information or directions

call the offi ce at 654-

3000.

Slate of Offi cers and

Board of Directors

Pickens County First Steps

2011-12

Board of Directors

Chair - Tiffany Thompson

Pre-K through Primary

Educator

Susan Childers and Lisa

Howard

Family Education, Training

and Support Provider

Christina Brock

Childcare and Early

Childhood Development

& Education Provider

Shelly Marchbanks and

Carol Wiley

Health Care Provider

Lyle Jacks

Transportation

Cortni Nations

Non-Profi t Services

to families

Gloria Morris

Faith Community

Business Community

Shannon Lane

Parents of Preschool

Children

Tiffany Thompson

Early Childhood

Education

Diane Brown and Edi Ley

and Teresa Weinmuller

Appointments - Human

Service

D S S

Elaine Bailey

D H E C

Sheryl Hopkins

Head Start

Christy Green

L i b r a r y

Tammy Kelley

School District

Cheryl Steadham

A p p o i n t -

ments - Legislative

Amanda Dow

Harriett Clamp

Rentals

EASLEY/LIBERTY

2/BR, 1/BA

$375-$400/month

3/BR, 2/BA

$500 month

All appliances, central heat and

air.

Call 306-9250

3-5/PM M-F

Easley, 2BR, newly

remodeled, $450/mo. $200

deposit, no pets. 859-6018

Th e Easley Progress

5000

6000

Resort Property

Employment

Drivers & Delivery

NOW HIRING!

Are you making less than

$40,000 per year?

SCHNEIDER NATIONAL

Needs Driver Trainees! No Experience

Required *Immediate Job Placement

Assistance *OTR & Regional Jobs.

Call Now For More Information

1-888-263-7364

Easley High Class of 1954 reunites

Help Wanted - General

Experienced bartender/grill

cook for Smithfield Country

Club, Easley. Must be 21.

855-3543

The Reserve At Lake

Keowee Club, Sunset, SC

Now hiring for Lead Bartender,

Lead Server, Lead Banquet

Server, PT Golf Cart Staff and

PT Housekeeper. Must have

prior experience for F&B

positions. For more info please

call 864-868-5859 or apply at

www.reserveatlakekeowee.com

Help Wanted - General

Cornell Dubilier

is seeking a

Tool and Die Maker.

4+ years experience preferred

Associates degree in machine

tool technology or equivalent

apprenticeship

program required.

Please send resume and salary

requirements to

kstewart@cde.com or

Fax to (864) 843-3800

Attn. Keri Stewart

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Members of the Easley High School Class of 1954 pose for a photo. 1st Row: (Left to Right) Faye Pepper Nasworthy,

Mary Wood Thomas, Ruthie Hicks Taylor, JoAnn Jones Watkins. 2nd Row: (Left to Right) Freda Greer

Chandler, Carol Chambers Heyward, Jessie Ann Brown Knight, Eloise Holliday Phillips, Will McQueen, Evelyn

Nalley McCollum, Jean Jones Couch. 3rd Row: (Left to Right) Faye Waldrop Rogers, Olin Roper, Betty Owens

O’Dell, Foster Gentry, Nancy Merrill, Gordon Murrell, Ray Youngblood, Curtis Bagwell, Jan Edens, Bobby

Chandler, Bill Teat.

EASLEY - Easley High

School Class of 1954 Fifty

Seven Years Reunion was

held at DunBurks in Easley

on Saturday, August 13,

2011.

Twenty two members

plus their spouses, friends

and family, attended.

The Mistress of Ceremo-

2011-2012 Gorgeous

Grandma Pageant

PICKENS COUNTY

- Pickens County Seniors

Unlimited is hosting the 1 st

Annual Gorgeous Grandma

pageant on October 1 st at

1pm at the Liberty Senior

Center.

We are looking for contestants

to participate. Pageant

fee is only $10 and

will only require 1 outfi t of

participant’s choice.

You do not have to be a

member of Seniors Unlimited

to participate. Contestant

must meet 1 of 2 requirements.

You must either be a

grandma or be over 60. Different

age categories will be

9A

Photo by Jack Moore

Class reunites for 57th Reunion

WASHINGTON, D.C.

The United Fresh Foundation

is pleased to announce a

collaboration with Produce

for Kids® and Publix Super

Markets to increase awareness

about healthy eating

and raise funds to donate

salad bars to schools in fi ve

Southeast states – Florida,

Georgia, South Carolina,

Alabama, and Tennessee -

- through Let’s Move Salad

Bars to Schools.

This fall, all 1,039 Pub-

offered. The public is invited

to join us. Admission to

pageant will be $3.

We are also seeking vendors

to join us for our Fall

festival that will be taking

place that day.

To sign up or for more

information contact Mandy

Nicholson at 878-0172.

Easley Little League to

hold board elections

EASLEY - The Easley

Little League will hold

elections of board members

Wednesday, September 21

at the Larry Bagwell Gym

in Easley. The 2012 Board

nies was Evelyn Nalley Mc-

Collum, who welcomed and

recognized all who were attending

and also recognized

several class members who

were unable to attend. Rev.

Foster Gentry spoke at the

program and recalled many

memories of this class. Faye

Pepper Nasworthy recog-

nized and honored one of

the class’s deceased in the

past year; Mary Ellen Turner

Patterson, who died September

16, 2010. Sharing

in her memory were Nancy

Merrill and Eloise Holliday

Phillips. The class of 1954

has lost through death a total

of 35 members.

United Fresh Foundation,

After the dinner and program

at DunBurk’s, several

met at Glenn and Faye

Nasworthy’s home for continued

memories and party.

Then Sunday morning, Aug.

14th, Evelyn and Marion

McCollum hosted breakfast

for several of the members

and their guests.

Produce for Kids, Publix Partner

to Support Salad Bars and Fight

Childhood Obesity

Industry Teams Up to Benefi t Schools in Five Southeastern States

Elections meeting begins at

5:30 p.m.

lix stores, in partnership

with Produce for Kids, will

sponsor a sales promotion in

their produce departments

to benefi t Lets Move Salad

Bars to Schools.

“Childhood obesity is a

problem nationwide, but

the Southeast has higher

rates than the national average.

Additionally, children’s

fruit and vegetable

consumption is lower in the

Southeast.

“We are proud to have

Produce for Kids in partnership

with Publix, join us to

specifi cally help schools in

the Southeast.

The salad bars will increase

student’s fruit and

vegetable consumption and

provide healthier options at

lunch,” said Tom Stenzel,

United Fresh Produce Association

President.

“Together with our Let’s

Move Salad Bars to Schools

partners, we’ve donated

more than 800 salad bars

nationwide, and this new

collaboration is a great step

toward providing salad bars

and healthy school meals

throughout the Southeast

region,” Stenzel continued.

Over the past year, the

United Fresh Foundation,

a founding partner of Let’s

Move Salad Bars to Schools,

has worked to garner produce

industry support for

school salad bars.

Produce for Kids has em-

braced this goal as the focus

of its “Healthy Schools,

Healthy Minds” campaign

with Publix.

“School salad bars are

an effective way to increase

children’s access to

and consumption of a wide

variety of fresh fruits and

vegetables every day,” said

Produce for Kids Marketing

Director Kim Avola.

“This strategy helps children

meet the new MyPlate

recommendations to ‘make

half your plate fruits and

vegetables at every meal’.”

In all 1,039 Publix stores,

point-of-sale materials will

be on display in the produce

department with a list of

sponsoring products from

September 29 through October

26.

Shoppers can help raise

funds to donate salad bars

for schools by purchasing

sponsored produce products,

including: Pero Family

Farms® Stoplight Peppers,

Mini Sweet Peppers,

Mini Seedless Cucumbers

& Organic Green Beans;

Sunset® Tomatoes on the

Vine; Crunch Pak® Sliced

Apples; Del Monte Gold®

Extra Sweet Pineapple; Select

One® Tomatoes on the

Vine; Del Monte® Fruit

Naturals® Cups; Wonderful®

Pistachios; RealSweet®

Sweet Onions;

Buddy Fruits® The Healthy

Fruit Snack; and Marie’s®

Dressings.

“Foods that are colorful

and fresh are tempting to

the eyes and the taste buds,”

said Maria Brous, Publix

director of media and community

relations.

“When families shop at

Publix, we want the produce

department to be appealing

to children and a

destination.

“Our goal is to help develop

a love for these foods

at school that can then be

shared with families at

home.”

Earlier this month, United

Fresh launched a media

campaign throughout the

region to raise awareness of

the Let’s Move Salad Bars to

Schools initiative and to increase

the number of school

applications submitted from

Alabama, Florida, Georgia,

South Carolina and Tennessee

through the www.saladbars2schools.org

website.

At the conclusion of

the Publix sales promotion,

Produce for Kids will

make a donation to United

Fresh Foundation to support

Let’s Move Salad Bars

to Schools.

Produce for Kids, Publix

and United Fresh will jointly

select the schools in the

fi ve states to receive salad

bars, which will be delivered

by February 2012.


10A Th e Easley Progress Wednesday, September 14, 2011

DELINQUENT TAX SALE

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF PICKENS

By virtue of and under authority of certain Tax Executions issued to me, I, J. Steve Gravely, Delinquent Tax Collector of Pickens County, have levied upon and taken

exclusive possession of the following property and will sell the same to the highest bidder at PUBLIC AUCTION within the legal hours of sale at the Pickens

CountyAdministration Facility, 222 McDaniel Avenue, Pickens, South Carolina, on Monday, October 3, 2011, beginning at 10:00A.M.

NO PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED ON THE DAY OF SALE

NOTICE: PURSUANT TO SEC.12-51-55 (S.C. CODE OF LAWS), THE 2010 PROPERTY TAXES (CURRENT TAXES) WILL BE ADDED TO THE

AMOUNTS LISTED BELOW. THE SUM OF THE DELINQUENT TAXES AND CURRENT TAXES WILL BE THE MINIMUM BID FOR EACH

PROPERTY. YOU MAY PRE-REGISTER TO BID AT THE TAX SALE BY CALLING THE DELINQUENT TAX OFFICE AT (864) 898-5890

Name Parcel # Amount Name Parcel # Amount Name Parcel # Amount Name Parcel # Amount

ABERCROMBIE, W. H. (HEIRS OF) 4181-14-44-7492 $754.00

AIKEN, TIM 4067-00-31-6623 $879.07

AIKEN, TONY E. & JUANITA C. AIKEN 4181-17-11-9274 $382.47

AKINS, THOMAS W. & CYNTHIA M. AKINS 4131-00-24-1373 $13,339.37

AKINS, THOMAS W. & CYNTHIA M. AKINS 4131-00-24-3592 $4,386.70

ALEXANDER, JAMES ALLEN 4097-06-48-2118 $1,004.89

ALEXANDER, TIFFANY N. 5150-01-29-2276 $488.53

ALL ABOUT GOLF, LLC 4099-06-49-3482 $18,687.02

ALLEN, TERRY LEE 5100-18-31-2181 $3,200.98

ALVERSON, STEVEN G. & TERESA L. ALVERSON 5132-01-09-6981 $747.65

ALVERSON, TERESA 5111-01-18-1032 $985.79

AMOR, JAY & JESSICA AMOR 4151-00-18-2282 $1,117.03

ANCHOR CONSTRUCTION OF S.C., INC 4171-00-26-2853 $548.70

ANCHOR CONSTRUCTION OF S.C., INC 4171-00-26-5604 $548.70

ANDERS, AVERY & DEBBIE ANDERS 5104-00-71-6974 $387.46

ANDERSON, GAIL W. & RAY ANDERSON, JR. 5141-00-67-3215 $1,191.21

ANDERSON, KATHERINE 5019-20-90-7750 $693.92

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ROBERT CHESTER PRESSLEY, JENNIFER L. PAY, POWRIE JOE PRESSLEY,

& DAVID VICTOR PRESSLEY

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PROTZMAN, BRAD ALLEN 4174-00-50-8347 $797.62

R & R TOOL AND MOLD, INC. 5008-07-78-3669 $1,719.66

RAIKKONEN, JOHN C. 4077-09-17-9278 $734.10

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REALESTATRIX, LLC 5029-13-24-0863 $2,192.55

RECA LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 5143-01-05-7138 $779.52

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REDDING, JR. & JOSHUA J. REDDING,

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& GERALD DERRICK LABOONE

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RHINO DEVELOPMENT GROUP, LLC 5100-00-38-6899 $415.59

RHINO DEVELOPMENT GROUP, LLC 5100-00-39-7020 $415.59

RHODES, CLAYTON E. 5019-12-86-9837 $909.36

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SBM PROPERTIES, INC. 5029-15-64-8368 $2,693.36

SCHVIMMER, MARCELLE 4151-00-38-0987 $857.57

SCIPIO, AMANDA MCDONALD (LIFE ESTATE), JULIUS L. 4181-15-62-0739 $673.43

SCIPIO (LIFE ESTATE) & JOHN SCIPIO

SCIPIO, AMANDA MCDONALD (LIFE ESTATE), JULIUS L. 4181-20-81-2961 $473.10

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STYLES, CHARLES C. 5141-00-99-3790 $482.15

SUGARMAN, MAUREEN M. 4058-00-79-6960 $1,871.92


Wednesday, September 14, 2011

OBITUARIES

GLADYS TURNER

TANT

EASLEY - Gladys Owens

Turner Tant, 89, of Easley,

passed away Monday, September

12, 2011, at Omega

Living Center in Greenville.

Born in Rosman, N.C.,

Mrs. Tant was a daughter of

the late Fedillard and Harriet

McCall Owens.

She retired from J.P. Stevens

Monaghan Plant after

forty-eight years of service.

Mrs. Tant was a member

of Jones Avenue Baptist

Church, where she belonged

to the Golden Circle Sunday

School Class.

Her hobbies included

Gospel Music, auctions, fl ea

markets, and bingo.

Surviving are a daughter,

Patricia Diane Dalton, of

Easley; four grandchildren,

Tony Arthur Turner, Jr.,

Toby Griffi n, Lynn Turner,

and Shaun Dalton; and six

great-grandchildren, T.J.

Turner, Dillon Turner, Jacob

and Zachary Griffi n, Kai

and Jovie Dalton; a stepson,

Donald Scott (Donnie)

Tant, of Easley; and two

step-daughters, Alma Jean

(Jeannie) Marchbanks Jaggers

and Judy K. Freeman,

both of Easley. Mrs. Tant

was predeceased by her husbands,

James Arthur Turner

and Fred William Tant; a

son, Tony Arthur Turner;

three brothers, Sylvester

McCall, Weldon Owens, and

Ed McCall; a sister, Mildred

Cauthren; and a grandson,

Shane Dalton.

Funeral services will be

11:00 AM Wednesday in the

Chapel of Robinson Funeral

Home-Downtown with the

Reverend Dr. Roger Couch

and Rev. James Ellenburg

offi ciating. Burial will follow

in Greenlawn Memorial

Park.

The family will receive

friends from 9:45 AM to

10:45 AM Wednesday at the

funeral home prior to the

service.

Memorials may be made

to Jones Avenue Baptist

Church, 614 Ross Avenue,

Easley, SC 29640.

The family is at the home

of her daughter, Patricia.

SURRETT, CAMLEY EVELYN S. 5019-17-01-7297 $595.21

SWANDER, ROBERT R.& PATRICIA A. SWANDER 4133-00-37-5720 $7,952.89

SWORDS, CHRISTOPHER S. & LISA M. SWORDS 4099-00-64-4512 $1,005.90

TAYLOR, IRENE GALBREATH, LESTER GALBREATH & 4067-15-64-1415 $462.31

CORRIE LEE GALBREATH

TAYLOR, THOMAS P. (ALL/PART) 4079-00-50-1841 $807.54

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THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4130-00-97-7336 $2,765.05

THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4130-00-97-9960 $3,275.29

THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4131-00-90-1637 $11,563.35

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THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4140-00-07-6988 $1,777.65

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THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4141-00-20-9685 $3,000.56

THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4141-00-21-2017 $2,348.29

THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4141-00-21-9104 $2,248.75

THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4141-00-22-2538 $1,620.76

THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4141-00-30-3343 $1,765.60

THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4141-00-30-3628 $3,000.56

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THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4141-00-30-6007 $1,765.60

THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4141-00-30-9023 $1,765.60

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THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4141-00-31-0299 $1,620.76

THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4141-00-40-0119 $1,765.60

THE CLIFFS AT KEOWEE SPRINGS LLC 4141-00-40-0398 $1,765.60

THE GACS GROUP, LLC (ALL/PART) 5130-17-20-1819 $2,001.01

THE ROCK, LLC 4175-01-16-9147 $1,961.94

THE ROCK, LLC (ALL/PART) 4175-01-45-3384 $18,832.68

THOMAS, MICHAEL F. 5029-15-74-3235 $957.82

THOMAS, TRACY LYNN 5104-00-50-8580 $1,305.49

THOMPSON, CLINTON J. 5048-09-25-2838 $1,293.91

THOMPSON, FRANK B. & JOAN THOMPSON, TRUSTEES OF 4181-16-94-2117 $16,931.75

THE FRANK B. THOMPSON & JOAN R. THOMPSON LIVING TRUST

THOMPSON, MURLENE Y. 4054-11-65-0043 $746.85

Condolences may be

expressed online at www.

robinsonfuneralhomes.com

or in person at Robinson

Funeral Home-Downtown,

which is assisting the family.

LOUISE “AUNT

LOUISE” ACKER

WATSON

EASLEY - Louise Acker

Watson, 84, of Cannery

Road, claimed her promise

of life everlasting Friday,

September 9, 2011 surrounded

by those she loved

at Rainey Hospice House in

Anderson.

Born to the late John

Gibson and Nola Woodson

Acker in Pickens, SC on

March 28, 1927, she was

predeceased by her loving

husband of 49 years, Leland

Ralph Watson, Sr. “Aunt

Louise” as she was affectionately

known, retired

from B. J. Skelton Career

and Technology Center due

to health in 2008.

She was a devoted member

of United Wesleyan

Church and cherished the

Ladies Bible Class

Surviving are her daughter

Margaret W. Robinson

(Tony) of Maplesville, AL,

sons Jack H. Watson (Kathy)

of Powdersville, Leland R.

Watson, Jr. of Easley, a special

daughter-in-law, Rebecca

S. Watson of Easley and

her brother, Syd Acker of

Easley. Her grandchildren

include Tony M. Robinson

(Sherry) of Hoover, AL,

Terrence M. Robinson of

Walker, LA, Drew Watson

of Powdersville, Richard

Watson (Tony a) of Livermore,

CA, Heather Snipes

(Tim) of Anderson, Kristen

W. Gibson (Bryant) of Taylors

and Jordan Watson of

Easley, fi ve great-granddaughters

and four great

grandsons. Mrs. Watson

was predeceased by three

brothers and three sisters.

The body is at Robinson’s

Downtown where

visitation was held Saturday,

September 10, from

6:00-8:00 p.m. Mrs. Watson

was be placed in United

Wesleyan Church at 2:30

p.m., Sunday, September 11

, prior to her memorial ser-

vice at 3:00 p.m.

Pastor Tim Jones will offi

ciate assisted by Pastors

Lawrence Keever, Donnie

Massingill and Harold

Nicholson.

Interment will follow at

Hillcrest Memorial Park.

The escort of honor will

be the Ladies’ Bible Class

of the church. Pallbearers

will be her nephews and

grandsons.

The family wishes to express

their thanks to the staff

of Rainey Hospice House

for their compassionate

care, comfort and support.

In lieu of fl owers, memorials

may be made to the

Building Fund of United

Wesleyan Church, 738 Rice

Rd., Easley, SC 29640 or

Hospice of the Upstate,

1835 Rogers Rd., Anderson,

SC 29621.

The family is at 542 Old

Pendleton Rd., Powdersville,

SC 29642.

Condolences may be

made online at www.robinsonfuneralhomes.com

or in

person at Robinson Funeral

Homes-Downtown, which

is assisting the family.

LATRILLA HENSON

EASLEY - Latrilla

Hunter Henson, 82, of 902

McAlister Road, wife of

the late James Edward Henson,

passed away Sunday,

September 11, 2011 at her

home.

Born in Pickens County,

a daughter of the late James

Franklin Hunter and the late

Lois Greene Hunter Stewart,

Mrs. Henson was formerly

employed with the Easley

Plant of Woodside Mills and

later retired as owner/operator

of Classic Beauty Salon.

She was a member of Geer

Memorial Baptist Church

where she belonged to the

Naomi-Annie Brandt Sunday

School Class.

Surviving are a son, Michael

Henson (Grace) of

Easley; a brother, James

Dwight Hunter (Verla) of

Easley; three step-sisters,

Sandra Leatherwood and

Linda Dunn, both of Easley

and Louise Gillette of Greer;

two grandchildren, Summer

Henson and Zachary

Henson; and a great-granddaughter,

Nadiya Henson.

In addition to her husband

THOMPSON, TIMOTHY T. 5017-00-01-8956 $902.63

TIDWELL, DAVID 5019-15-64-9558 $699.42

TILLMAN PARTNERS, LLC 4054-15-53-2820 $30,288.50

TIMBERSTONE DEVELOPMENT GROUP, LLC 5019-10-35-9523 $477.83

TIMBERSTONE DEVELOPMENT GROUP, LLC (ALL/PART) 5019-10-35-2349 $4,148.16

TOKMAN, SERGE 4039-00-61-5224 $566.02

TOLLISON, ANGIE 5112-04-71-4706 $718.02

TOWER HOMES, INC. 5028-20-72-9164 $1,229.26

TOWER HOMES, INC. 5028-20-81-3346 $615.92

TOWER HOMES, INC. 5048-00-02-9461 $569.97

TOWER HOMES, INC. 5048-00-12-0328 $569.97

TROTTER, JOHN P. 5019-14-33-3049 $1,007.34

TROTTER, TEDDY & MICKIE MORSE 4192-00-98-9730 $1,730.93

TROTTER, TEDDY N. 4181-12-86-6353 $1,123.68

TROTTER, TEDDY N. 4181-17-11-9031 $955.44

TROTTER, TEDDY N. & LISA D. TROTTER 4181-11-65-2037 $538.16

TROTTER, TEDDY N. & MICKIE T. MORSE 4193-04-80-6503 $1,280.42

TRUMP, AMANDA WILLIAMS & WADE STEVEN TRUMP 5018-19-60-2332 $608.90

TURNER, CHARLES R. & TAMMIE M. TURNER 5110-12-96-6126 $1,664.09

TURNER, JERRY W. & SYLVIA TURNER 4065-10-35-1362 $544.09

TURNER, RENEA' BENNEFIELD 5131-04-90-0280 $413.88

TURNER, WENDY 4065-15-64-1442 $1,279.76

UNDERWOOD, EUGENE & NANETTE MARIE UNDERWOOD 5120-17-10-7067 $683.93

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-45-8909 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-45-9754 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-45-9839 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-55-0767 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-55-1835 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-55-2771 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-55-3745 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-55-3854 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-55-3953 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-55-3968 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-2963 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-4026 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-5144 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-5219 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-5220 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-5412 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-57-3127 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-57-4090 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-57-4764 $1,596.58

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-57-6867 $1,596.58

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-57-9853 $1,596.58

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-58-6022 $1,596.58

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-67-1969 $1,820.04

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-67-5583 $2,049.48

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-67-8586 $1,596.48

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-68-5550 $2,049.48

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-68-7448 $2,049.48

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-68-7634 $2,049.48

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-68-7708 $2,049.48

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-68-9117 $2,049.48

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-68-9521 $2,049.48

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-77-0782 $1,596.58

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-77-1901 $2,049.48

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-78-0220 $2,049.48

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-78-0259 $2,049.48

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-78-0481 $2,049.48

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-78-0579 $2,049.48

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-78-2167 $2,049.48

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-78-7340 $3,106.27

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-84-1601 $2,155.09

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-84-8420 $2,405.72

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-86-7617 $2,405.72

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-94-5247 $7,531.38

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-96-1280 $3,106.27

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-96-4102 $2,605.01

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-96-5517 $2,354.38

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-97-4022 $2,254.73

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-46-9632 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-0367 $2,200.38

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-0573 $2,200.38

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-1280 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-2670 $1,820.04

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-2831 $2,200.38

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-3203 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-3249 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-3368 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-56-4449 $2,517.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4124-00-93-5181 $1,703.71

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4133-00-07-9457 $2,720.96

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4133-00-59-2262 $9,130.07

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4134-00-91-8266 $3,084.33

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4134-00-92-6010 $4,893.42

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4144-00-15-2378 $729.96

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4140-00-45-5558 $1,021.99

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4049-00-83-2548 $5,549.71

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4140-00-45-3889 $8,471.58

Th e Easley Progress

and parents, Mrs. Henson

was predeceased by a son,

Eddie Henson, a sister, Doris

Ann Hunter Brackett,

step-brother, Curtis Stewart,

and by her step-father, R.W.

Stewart.

Funeral services will be

3:30 PM Wednesday in the

chapel of Robinson Funeral

Home-Downtown with Rev.

Broadus Moody and Rev.

Mike Mohler offi ciating.

Burial will follow in Greenlawn

Memorial Park.

Visitation will be from

2:30 until 3:30 PM Wednesday

at the funeral home,

prior to the service.

Memorials may be made

to Vista Care Hospice, 15

Brendan Way, Greenville,

SC 29615.

The family is at the residence.

Condolences may be

expressed online at www.

robinsonfuneralhomes.com

or in person at Robinson

Funeral Home-Downtown,

which is assisting the family.

MR. WILLIAM

“TOM” THOMAS

NALLEY

Mr. Nalley, 75, died

peacefully at home with his

family on Sunday, September

5, 2011. Tom was born

at home May 6, 1936, in Easley,

SC. He was the son of

the late Robert Bailey Nalley

and Ina Grace Nalley.

Tom is survived by his

wife of fi fty-four years,

Mary Hammett Nalley of

Charlotte and Denver, NC.

Tom is also survived by his

son, William Gregory Nalley

and daughter-in-law Amy

Ayers Nalley of Baltimore

and a daughter, Robin Nalley

May and son-in-law Jeff

May of Charlotte. Tom has

three grandchildren, Devon

Melissa Nalley, Grace Frances

Nalley and Cooper Ayers

Nalley.

DELINQUENT TAX SALE

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA COUNTY OF PICKENS

Name Parcel # Amount Name Parcel # Amount Name Parcel # Amount Name Parcel # Amount

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-64-7587 $3,236.07

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-64-9794 $2,496.30

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-74-7600 $9,700.49

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-86-9269 $2,055.54

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4130-00-96-4387 $2,203.37

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4140-00-08-5430 $5,992.68

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4140-00-09-2027 $3,154.46

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-10-6985 $2,348.29

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-11-7535 $2,348.29

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-11-7989 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-11-8036 $2,348.29

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-11-8179 $2,348.29

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-11-8662 $2,348.29

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-21-0781 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-21-1246 $2,348.29

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-21-2829 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-21-4798 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-21-4987 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-21-5691 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-21-6069 $2,248.75

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-21-8971 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-22-2202 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-22-2394 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-22-4308 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-22-5571 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-22-7069 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-22-7352 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-22-7695 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-30-4754 $2,248.75

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-30-8925 $2,248.75

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-31-0977 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-31-2614 $2,248.75

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-31-3046 $2,248.75

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-31-3594 $2,248.75

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-31-6666 $2,248.75

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-31-9422 $2,248.75

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-32-0599 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-32-0794 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-32-1401 $1,620.76

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4141-00-32-4234 $4,724.56

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4133-00-77-2357 $8,177.87

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4134-00-54-8534 $494.44

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4194-00-49-4535 $645.94

URBANA CLIFFS RE, LLC 4195-00-21-5179 $1,704.78

VALHALLA DEVELOPMENT, LLC 5038-09-26-2712 $4,801.84

VALHALLA DEVELOPMENT, LLC 5038-10-26-5957 $4,787.62

VALLEY WALK LLC 4044-18-41-7947160 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947015 $543.41

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947035 $543.41

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947040 $543.41

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947065 $543.41

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947076 $543.41

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947077 $543.41

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947078 $543.41

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947088 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947089 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947090 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947091 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947093 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947094 $543.41

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947096 $543.41

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947097 $543.41

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947107 $591.07

ALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947108 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947109 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947115 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7914116 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947118 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947119 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947120 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947121 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947123 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947124 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947125 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947126 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947127 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947128 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947129 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947130 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947131 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947132 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947133 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947134 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947135 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947136 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947137 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947138 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947139 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947140 $591.07

After leaving Daniel

Construction Company as

project manager, Tom came

to Charlotte in 1970 with

McDevitt and Street.

Then in 1972, he left and

opened his own company,

Carolina Concrete Pumping.

Tom was a member of the

Professional Construction

Estimators’ Association, on

the board of the Association

of General Contractors,

and also served on the bank

board of BB&T.

Tom was a member of the

Masons and Shriners and

the Carmel Country Club.

Tom also served in the

US Army. He was a member

of the Providence Baptist

Church.

Tom was known for his

integrity, strong passion

and love for his family and

friends, and an enduring

work ethic.

Perhaps two of this greatest

gifts were his sense of

humor and uncanny wit,

both of which he used freely.

Tom was responsible for

the construction of many

components of downtown

Charlotte’s beautiful skyline

and surrounding areas.

After living in Charlotte

full-time for many years,

Tom and Mary built a house

on Lake Norman that he

loved and enjoyed up to his

fi nal days.

Words cannot fully describe

“Tom Nalley”, but

each of us who loves him

cherishes the good times,

his contrived pranks, and

his magnetic personality

that expressed his zest for

life. Tom even left behind a

fan club at the Presbyterian

Hospital before he came

home for his fi nal days.

Tom was devoted to his

family and friends and will

be greatly missed by many.

Visitation will be held this

evening, Tuesday September

6, 2011 from 6 until 8

pm at Harry & Bryant Company,

500 Providence Rd.,

Charlotte. The funeral will

be held at 2 pm Wednesday

September 7 th at Providence

Baptist Church in Charlotte,

with the Reverend Dr. R.

Alton Cadenhead offi ciating.

Interment will follow at

Forest Lawn East Cemetery.

Memorial contributions

11A

may be made to the charity

of your choice. Condolences

may also be expressed at

www.harryandbryantfuneralhome.com

SC

Bar

Off ers

Free

Legal

Clinics

PICKENS COUNTY —

The S.C. Bar Pro Bono Program

will sponsor three free

legal clinics in the Upstate

area in September. All clinics

will be held at the Central-

Clemson Regional Branch

Library located at 105

Commons Way in Central.

The schedule is as follows:

Sept. 15 – Family law

(separation, divorce and custody/visitation),

featuring

attorney David D. Cantrell

Jr. The clinic will be held

from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Sept. 22 – Wills, estates

and probate, featuring

attorney Howard E. Sutter

III. The clinic will be

held from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Sept. 29 – Magistrate

court issues, featuring attorney

Daniel E. Hunt. The

clinic will be held from 6 to

7:30 p.m.

The seminars are free for

anyone who would like to attend.

A schedule of other upcoming

seminars throughout

the state is available online

at www.scbar.org/clinics.

For more information,

contact the S.C. Bar

Pro Bono Program at

(803) 799-6653, ext. 158.

The South Carolina Bar,

which has a membership of

more than 13,500 lawyers,

is dedicated to advancing

justice, professionalism and

understanding of the law.

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947141 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947142 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947143 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947144 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947145 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947146 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947147 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947148 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947149 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947150 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947151 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7914152 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947153 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947154 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947155 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947156 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947157 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947158 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947159 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947161 $591.07

VALLEY WALK, LLC 4044-18-41-7947162 $591.07

VARGAS, HARRISON 4151-00-26-9385 $1,226.03

VAUGHN, JOHN ERNIE & STACY NADINE VAUGHN 4048-08-87-1838 $1,178.85

VERACRUZ, GALDINDO & SANDRA VERONICA 5029-11-66-6811 $1,407.16

CHAVES-SANDOVAL

WADE, JASON L. & SUNDAY V. WADE 5008-10-45-3311 $386.01

WALDEN, RALPH CHESTER & LAURA C. WALDEN 4191-13-04-3704 $965.30

WATERS, RACHEL (HEIRS OF) 5019-20-72-8336 $487.50

WATSON, MILFORD E. (LIFE ESTATE), BETTY SUE WATSON 5009-06-29-8220 $1,023.32

(LIFE ESTATE) & TAMMY W. GILSTRAP

WEBSTER, MARION L. & MITZI J. WEBSTER 4183-00-77-4708 $701.38

WEIMER, MATTHEW W. & AMY L. WEIMER 5008-10-46-6545 $571.08

WHITAKER, O. V. 5059-13-22-1718 $468.80

WHITE WATER COMPANY, A LIMITED 4174-00-52-3781 $2,868.32

PARTNERSHIP (ALL/PART)

WHITE, DAVID BRUCE & SHERRI LYNN WILLIAMSON 5110-20-81-7326 $1,369.09

WHITE, DONNA M. 4160-00-62-1484 $551.14

WHITE, RONALD J. (ALL/PART) 5122-04-93-4570 $1,967.92

WHITESIDE, TABITHA FKA LADSON 5038-12-95-6827 $5,569.96

WHITLEY, TERESA M. 5059-17-01-6479 $679.47

WHITMIRE, JAMES R., JR. 5018-07-69-4560 $7,140.37

WHITMIRE, JAMES R., JR. 5018-07-69-4734 $2,203.98

WHITMIRE, LOUIE ERVIN, JR. (HEIRS OF) 4170-00-87-8389 $799.29

WHITMIRE, MELANIE 5029-11-66-8428 $2,284.6

9WHITMIRE, MELANIE 5029-11-66-9597 $621.88

WIKE, ALLISON 4132-00-34-3701 $1,153.40

WILLIAMS, ARAM P. 4151-00-18-9033 $727.79

WILLIAMS, EDITH ANN 4065-11-55-8338 $518.46

WILLIAMS, JOYETTA 4054-13-13-6129 $953.41

WILLIAMS, LESLIE ALLEN 4053-13-04-6096 $676.46

WILLIAMS, NORMA (FKA NORMA SPIVEY) 4087-00-90-6953 $496.86

& TERESA S. BARKLEY

WILLIAMS, SANDRA C. & VIVIAN W. WALTON 4054-11-55-5163 $976.69

WILLIS, JEFFREY S. & JENNIFER H. WILLIS 4087-12-86-9717 $862.79

WILLIS, JEFFREY S. & JENNIFER H. WILLIS 4087-12-95-7411 $865.94

WILLIS, JEFFREY S. & JENNIFER H. WILLIS 4097-06-47-8512 $1,040.42

WILLIS, JEFFREY S. & JENNIFER H. WILLIS 5048-10-46-0461 $3,883.26

WILLIS, JEFFREY S. & JENNIFER H. WILLIS 5048-10-46-4403 $445.17

WILLIS, JEFFREY S. & JENNIFER H. WILLIS 5048-10-46-4519 $667.03

WILLIS, JEFFREY S. & JENNIFER H. WILLIS 5048-10-46-5752 $410.64

WILLIS, JENNIFER & JEFFREY WILLIS 5019-19-70-2870 $1,173.88

WILLIS, JENNIFER & JEFFREY WILLIS 4087-12-86-9312 $1,254.43

WILLIS, JENNIFER H. & JEFFREY S. WILLS 4087-12-85-2066 $918.94

WILSON, DEBORAH G. 5029-07-68-1695 $866.61

WIMPEY, LESA & RICHARD 4191-13-03-6306 $544.39

WINCHESTER, GARY S. & APRIL WINCHESTER 4076-00-93-3494 $464.90

WINCHESTER, MARK D. & MYLENE C. WINCHESTER 5038-15-63-3251 $2,284.69

WINDING CREEK ESTATES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 4086-00-07-8938 $387.71

WINDING CREEK ESTATES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 4086-00-18-9668 $375.22

WINDING CREEK ESTATES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 4086-00-18-1410 $375.22

WINDWOOD MANAGEMENT, LLC 4181-13-24-1216 $25,932.53

WJB REALTY, L. P. 5039-18-22-7061 $13,700.66

WOLF PROPERTIES & CONSTRUCTION, INC. 4067-15-54-6431 $3,049.75

WOODALL, ALLEN & FELICIA WOODALL 4077-17-12-2212 $690.70

WOODRUFF, EVELYN 4077-19-61-2979 $531.81

WOODRUFF, EVELYN K. 4077-19-61-3986 $547.75

WOURMS, JOHN P. & DEBORAH R. WOURMS 4044-15-63-9037 $1,174.73

WRIGHT, DONNA M. 5110-16-93-3224 $564.78

WYATT, CECIL 5019-20-70-5431 $906.33

YOUNG, GOLI 4054-14-34-2848 $867.45

YOUNG, JOHNNIE M., GLORIA CURRY & ELIZABETH YOUNG 4054-11-65-7073 $908.88

YOUNG, KIMBERLY N. & DANIEL DELL YOUNG 4054-10-45-7098 $826.02

YOUNGINER, THOMAS MARTIN & KATHLEEN 5008-11-65-8622 $596.23

LOUISE YOUNGINER

178 ASSOCIATES, LLC 5019-09-16-2695 $501.90


12A Th e Easley Progress Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Photo by Andrew Hendricks

Rivals joining together to help Pickens County seniors

Pickens County Meals on Wheels Chairman Sam Wyche told the Progress on Monday that donations are still coming in as a result of the annual Food Fight Bowl.

Students from Easley and Pickens raised over $60,000 for Pickens County Meals on Wheels in the weeks leading up to the Annual Food Fight Bowl. Each school raised

$30,000 for the cause - the fi rst time the schools have tied in the four-year fundraising effort. Above, Wyche, the Easley and Pickens cheerleaders and the Grasshopper

Mower mascot pose for a photo on Brice Field.

Pickens Dental Associates

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BEST BUFFET IN PICKENS COUNTY

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1. Best Restaurant

2. Best Pizza

3. Best Seafood

4. Best Hot Dog

5. Best Burger

6. Best Fried Chicken

7. Best Barbecue/Ribs

8. Best Ice Cream

9. Best Milk Shake

10. Best Buffet

11. Best Ethnic Food

12. Best Sweet Tea

13. Best Florist

14. Best Food Store

15. Best Fitness Club

16. Best Antiques

17. Best Jeweler

18. Best Consignment Shop

19. Best Gift Shop

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21. Best Furniture

22. Best Attorney

21. Best Furniture

22. Best Attorney

23. Best Salon/Spa

24. Best Tanning Salon

25. Best Real Estate Agency

26. Best Dentist

27. Best Health Care Professional

28. Best Pharmacy

29. Best Eye Doctor

30. Best Insurance Agency

31. Best Bank

32. Best Auto Sales

33. Best Auto Repair

34. Best Hardware Store

35. Best NON-profit org.

36. Best Mom & Pop Business

37. Best Funeral Home

38. Best of the Best


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