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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - June 4, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                 Nearly very family in Aiken Comity read* the Journal of j  _    .    \iS&»  Review.  No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review's Circulation in Aiken County  8 PAGES  VOL. LO -NO. 13  AKEN CO. WOMAN MASTER HOME MAKER  MRS. VANCE LIVINGSTON SELECTED  Tfcu Splendid Woman Honored With TitW, and ta b Ka at Rack Hilt  Serious Cutting Scrape Near Kitchingi Mill  Will Phillips Cat by Will Bask. Who Mat*. His Escape. —Both Nogra Moo  AIKEN, S. Cm WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4,  '       '■'""’■'SP*"        -  1930  $2.00 t Year—5c a Copy  South Carolina will pay tribute to it* women at Rock Hill on June 7, when five of them, selected to represent thousands of others, ire honored ss Master Farm Homemaker! at the meeting of the State Council of Farm Women. The five are* Mn. Annie H. Dunlap, Mountville; Mrs. Vance Livingston, Salley, Mrs. Mathew W. Patrick, White Oak; Mn. Rupert H. Tilley, Andenon; and  Last Wednesday the Sheriff's office was notified that Will Bush had PrssoatW With billed Will Phillips at a saw min in the Kitchings Mill section. The De-jputy Sheriff was sent to the scene at once and it was found that Phillips, while seriously cut, would recover.  The fight took place at Brinkley’* saw mill, Bush got mad because he was moved to another part of the mill to work, and began to curse Phillipa The latter was helf deaf, and did not know that Bush was mad until he was attacked with a knife. Phillips wa cut about the face and*  arm. He was rushed to Springfield  BONDED DEBT OF COUNTY TOTALS $2,033,250.00  County Treasurer I boa. ll. Williamson has jost compiled sn Interest    table    of    the    outstanding    bond    in  debtedness of the county. This statement is up to April 30th. im  The table Le divided into three heads. On* shows the general indebtedness of the county and the second table shows the Highway bonds.  .Some weeks ago w« published a list of the School bendv  The third fabfe show* a summary of the total bonded indebtedness    of    the county,    which    totals    the  big sum of $2,033,250.00. The fable follows:  Jr. Agri. Clubs to  Visit Clemson  Vial* Proposed ii  Camp, Which possible.  Place of Hiram#, New Seem* Im-  GEORGIA FISHERMAN IS FOUND GUILTY  WARDEN JONES WINS CASE  Mrs. Samuel J. Summers, Sr., Came- ,    ..    .    .  for medical treatment.  Bush fled. into the swamp and made his escape.  1  He is  described as* a black negro, about 45 year* old, with a scar on the right cheek. He drifted into ,the Kitching* Mill sec-, lion a few weeks ago, and wa* reported to be an escaped convict from Georgia.  ran.  They will comprise the third group in the state to receive the Master Farm Homemaker title and pin. Yhe recognition is sponsored annually by The Farmer’s Wife, the National farm Woman's rn agatine, St. Paul,  Minnesota, with the co-operation of the South Carolina .State Council of  Farm Women and Home Demonstra-    —    __  tion department of Winthrop Collegf. _  Miss Orinne Johnson of the Farmer's qed Cross To Develop  Wife will come from St. Paul to con- 117 . cr. r-  fer the recognition.    I    W®t©r Sftfcty LXpBftl  These are a. few of the interestin'.'    -  facta about the women, as found by  (  lasses are now being closed by the judging committee: two have    Cross for the first aid and  families of ll children, and the others life saving institutes to be held this have eight, five and four; their Month in different parts of the counfarms consist of 125 to 1,300 acres;  tr y, preparatory to its summer life-their education varies from the 6th  s *ring campaign. The object of the grade to college graduation; some institutes is to train athletic direr-home conveniences are lacking hut camp leaders, swimming faach-there are as many as can be afford-  er » *nd others seriously interested in ed; there are excellent family rela water sports to serve as instructors twinships in these homes; the women > n  Red Cross water safety methods at know how to develop character in pool*, rivers, lakesides and ocean their children; and all are active in beaches.  community work.    Of    the ten institutes, five are given  All five women art Sunday school the eastern half of the country teachers, one la Sunday School %u- Jnm June IR to 28, inclusive. These perintendent and Mr*. Patrick holds take place at Brimfield, Massachu-the highest women’s office in the wtts; Chautauqua, New York; Nar-Asaocrated Reform Presbyterian rows burg, New York. Annapolis, church. Three    are    presidents of ; Maryland,    and Brevard,    North    I’aro-  Countjr Councils of Farm Women and l' na -  Mr*. Summers    is a    state director.    To give    them as wide    an attend-  Mrs. Dunlap    has    not only reared    anet aa possible, the fee for    each  a family of ll children but since her student has been placed at the nomi-husband'a death has managed a I.. nal sum of $30, which includes 300 acre cotton farm, and has made boa rip and lodging for tho ten days it pay. Mrs. Livingston’s family of > n  camp, necessary text books and in-11 has been so healthy that the doc- lcidenfala. The institutes arc open to tor has called only twice in 23 years, both sexes, with an experienced dean Mrs. Tilley’s five daughters have of women to look after the welfare all had education beyond high of the girls attending, school. According to the judging Intensive instruction is given in committee, these random facts are jfirst aid, methods of recuring the only a few of the many which show drowning, resuscitation, canoeing and bhat the women are not merely cf-, boating with reference to accident, flcient housekeeper (but outstanding-; and the theory of teaching swim-ing homemakers as well.    ming and diving and water safety     !___    technique.  Tommy Hitchcock Plays  Tho  institutes are held under the  first aid and life-saving service of I the American Red Cross in Washington.     Purpose of Issue    Amount Issued    Int. Rate Int. Per Year    Int, Per Day    Mature      Sand Bar Ferry Bridge Back indebtedness, 1922 Gregg Road „    $ 32,100,00 150.000.00 50,000.00    «% $ 3,726.00 6% 0,000.00 5% 2, .00.00    $ 10.36 26.00 6.96    1960  1932  1942      Total County    I 202,100.00    f. $15,226.00    $ 42.30              Highway Bonds, for Cement loads in Aiken County.  Paid from Gaaolina Taxes through Highway Depart mer-, under re-imbnmement agreements with Aiken County.              Aiken-Augusta Highway Aiken-Monetta,  Aiken-Montmorenci, North Augusta to Edgefted Co. line    $ 8«5,250;00  $1,150,-000.00    4 A I $18,921.88  N 4 ,  4H $51,750.00    $ 47.00 $143,75    1933  1945          $1,508,250.00    $68,671 HH    AI DO              C tai School. County,    and Big]. Wa , Bu nd-a  $ 15,226.00 $}4j7fM>.37 $68,671.88              Total County Total School__________    $ 262,100.00 $ 204,OOO.OO    $ I ’.30 $ 4 LOO $100.75          Total Highway    $1,506,250.00              $2,033,250.00    $08,688.25    $274.05         Case Heard by Magistrals Holm-baka, at Langley.—-B K. K*-ona n Represented the Stat*.  A case of unusual interest was  The members of the Junior Agri cultural Clubs in Aiken County will go to Clemson College July 21st-23rd says County Farm Agent C.  Lee Cowan. Since plans for a camp  M»  A lk« County mn, to bo imp*,.  W .d on Mond.y .ft.rnoon in th. .'N' th,. u„„„,r artinite menu ha,,  Cuurl    R L  „ ol ,„ nb , ke ,  s  „  boon complete,! for the member, to    „ Uiutiey, in that it involved  !*£ *  W| ’ '?        «*•*#    ">«!>    disputed    boundary    line    tartar. they will v,«t the demon.tra-!     lh ,  a „ u , ,, f u     ^  Hon orchard, vlnyarda, field crop..  South  Carol,na. The  defendant Walker Wright, of Augusta, Ga., was charged with fishing on the South  poultry plant, and live stock on the I college farm. They will also-visit  experiment .mien, and ..baar,, the]Carolin, ode of th. Savannah River experiment, bein, cond.** by the In th. vki.it, of North Aucu.u with-  tai.VT ° #     ’"'.IT?'"*     tOUr     h t     V'’™"*    *    uoo    reaident  hey win be xccompxoWd by a mam- «, hm , ,,„ nM t0 io  , 0  ber of the College staff who will ex-  TEACHERS ELECTED AT AIKEN SCHOOL  ALL TEACHERS RE-ELECTED  Annual Meeting  Rural Carriers  New Offic •ri Elected.—Punic Dinner Enjoyed et Euitit Park  ROAD OFFICERS ARE SUSPENDED  BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS  Both sides were represented by  expfri ' »bk> counsel and the ca*® was bitter-  .men,, and demon.tr.t,ohi underj,,  huf *  by     it    wa.    not no  ■L,    „    .    ......     much  "  mItter  of acquitting or eon-  Th„ will bv a wonderful trip for          „    it    „ M  ,  the boy, ami pith of the County and    „ r    Th ,  was "Did South Carolina have a right to regulate its side of tho river?" Also, "Whether or not the Savannah River was an inland •dream or river."  During the past month Game Warden W. S. Jones ha* been very active ,    ,    ,    .    .in apprehending these parties from  A trip will ta made into th. moon- U*, sui., a. th. Stat., of North ne day while at the Coll.*.,  c , rolin ,  u , svl> h . v ,  dond  where the memtar. will have an op-1    „ n     ^    „  lhi ,  llm ,  Thi ,  pr.rtumty to do some real mounUin defendant wa, on. of th. ei*ht  " '?*■    ....    rauxht by him la,t month, the other.  I he trip to the ( ollege will be  plain the details of a1) the  will have more educational valut than many days of clans room work  would have. The member* will also be given entertainment at night.  The Club members will sleep in the [College dormitory and have their meals erved at the College Y. M. C.  : A. cafeten*.  tams  Tract*** Rec of nix* th* Good Work ^ ' annual meeting thi I.ural Don* at Aiken Institute, and R*. ! Farriers of Aiken County was held Elect Entire T**chia t  Corp*.     at lhp r " urt  House on Friday at IU   _A. M. The meeting wa- well attend-  At a recent meeting of the trus-  ? -'ere being approximaU-1 y sixty tees of the Aiken Institute the entire  ,u>r cen ^  l ^ e  carriers of the county corps of teachers wa* re-elected for ' n  ®H«ndanc«. next farm. The work at the school :     Many    matters came up for cimstde-  was highly satisfactorily last .session.'  rut ‘ un *  ani ^  a  complete new -et pf The following is the members of     werp  elected a* fellows:  the faculty:     1     President —Goo. T. M cClain, Jack-  First grtuie and Primary Supervi  Keel,  c.  nor—Mi** Jennie Leu Browne.  First grade—Miss Mattie Ix>u Garnet.  Second grade—Mr*. M. J. Quattle-baum and Miss Mary E. Bishop.  Third grade—Miss hallah Wyman,  One section of this grade left open.  f- myth ^radr "Mf ss•• •R w *a!lnr ft. t ■ heir famiijca enjoyed a lim; piciiic.  Walter Baker, of Langley Elected    June    meetings    of    the  to Temporarily Patrol way*.  the High  Road Officers Claude Redd and Price Kallaw were indefinitely  pended by the county commissioners at a -pee 1 a1 meeting held on Saturday n timing.  The action of the commissioner* ri the result of a difficulty which oc j curred Ilet ween Officer lridd and. Crawford (’.nee on the Augusta Ai Muse k° n  highway Sunday afternoon, Muv Mr. Grice was charged with!  son.  Vice-President-—J. II morenci.  Sec. and Trees.—Ja ley, Aiken.    1  Executive Committee — J. E.  s » w,|, ng by Mr Redd and a bond of Thorpe, J. R. DuBom-, C. L Friar. j* 10 - 00  ' v:is  demandetl. The bond wa  After the meeting 'he carriers ami  p ” st, ’ d *  but later  '" m, ‘ distance up the  road the argument was renewed  Clubs, which will be held as follow-; Downer—June 3rd, 4:30 P. M. Jacksun—June 4lh, 4:30 P. M.  Talatha-Hawthorne— June 5th us- * I*. M.  New Holland J ii n«> fith, 5 :00 P  Ma  Merry Dak—June 7th, ll A. M.  Eureka June 10th, 4:00 P. M, Monetta—June Lith, 3:00 P. M.  having paid fines of $25.00 each or were sent to the chain gang.  Game Warden Jones wa* the only witness for the State and the jury brought in a verdict in about five  :  minutes after retiring finding the defendant guilty.  The defendant wa* represented by Messrs. Tom Horne, of North Au-  Ch  gusta, and Ernest Creed, of Augusta, (in , while the Stale wa represented by Hon. ll. K. Keenan, of Langley,  I nth.  Health Dept. Preparing Asparagus Association  Holds Annual Meeting  For Chest Clinic  Mi** McMtiter, Special Tubrrculuti* Niur»e. Comr* to Attic!  R. Boyee Gantt Rr<EI»cttd President, J, H. Wat»on, Secretary  Muckenfuss and Miss Dixie M. McDaniel.  j Fifth grade—Mrs. W. Jay Molarity and Mrs. W. E. Clinkseales.  I Sixth grade—Miss Miriam McCullough and Miss Kathleen Cuning-ham.  Seventh grade—Mrs. Martha J. Coleman and John B. Eubanks, Jr.  Music Supervisor—Mrs. Josephine H» Magee.  dinner  park.  at the pavilion rn Eustis  Music Pupils  Give Recital  >vvr the tine, and resulted in Mr 1 Kedij striking Mr. Grice in the face, 'causing blood to fI■,w freely.  \ warrant wa* rn nut before Magistrate Willi* charging assault and battery anil the cum* set for trial on Thursday, but the hearing me  The lii ai’h Department expect* very busy thi* month making  Sensational Polo  L«ad* Hi* T#am to Victory Ottr Blue* at Port Wathington  Ladies’ Day At  Agricultural Club  Hon. A. F. Lever Orator of th* Occasion—Picnic Dinner and Barbecue.  Boy Badly Injured  By Falling Tree  Tommy Hitchcock, leader of America’s polo forces for the 1930 international campaign, performed sensationally at Port Washington, N.  Y., on Sunday in leading his Sand*  Points four to victory over a high  goal Roslyn team of "Blues," csp    --  tained by Devereaux Milburn, in the    Annual Indies’ Day meeting  opening of the season’s competition    Aiken Agricultural Club will  of Pleischmann field. The score was  a * hall on Wednesday, June Mrs. Geo. R. Wright, farmer of th. IO to 4.    |*th,    at 12 0 clock M.    I Redds Branch section of Aiken Cou^  Hitchcock,    playing    No.    3,    the posi-'    meeting a* usual will be *    ty was    seriously injured    while hell*  tion he    i®    expected    to    hold    down when    R^ket    Picnic    and Barbecue Dinner    injftils    brother-in-law, T.    E. Wheeler,  the Yankee forces meet the British  an d  U *1 members are urged to attend-cut down a tree. As the tree fell, a thi* year, was all over the field.  and brin * their familia.    [limb broke off and struck Woodrow  Hon.    A. F.    Lever, one of the best .    on his    head, knocking him uncon-  orators    in the    State, has accepted an I scious  to The fifth annual meeting of the a Monetta Asparagus Crowe. .’ Asao-iitrvey ut tuberculosis case-- in the nation was held at Johnston last (•unity and preparing for a chest week. The association co uprising clinic. The clinic will Im- held at the sections of Gilbert, Mon. ta, jlari*-  ufflces of the Health Department burg, la Ville, Ridge Spring, Ward  sometime during the latt.-r part of and Johnston,  - .postp. ned ai d the matter placed be the month. (Tentatively, June ‘J 1-25) Officers of the a—adati rn are R.  The music pupils of Mrs. Josephine fore the County Commissioners for  1  • s '<»uth Carolina Anti-Tubcrcu- B. Gantt, president, M-imtfa, J. (’. H. Magee presented their annual re-    settlement.    The    Commissioners    ^°** s  Ai-sociation will a-sist in thi*    Watson, Ridge  cital in the Sunday— bool rooms of    heard    evidence    in the    case on Wed     wor k and Mi - McMasler# *[i«cial tu-    and J. ll. Watson,  p, . I    the First Presbyterian church la*: nesday morning and made known be re ulna is nurse, ha* arrived from Co* tary and treasurer,  ^ ^    .     U     *     1    n     ‘ u     t    etu    Tuesday afternoon from 5 to 6 their decision on Saturday.    lumbia    and will actively assist in The past season  tree r antes . er ong.    o’clock.    Office    Kallaw    was charged with  m *kinK the curvey and in working up [unusually gocwl one  Awards for work done during tbs bi ing a witness to the difficulty and suspected cases for the clinic, year have been made to little Miss made no effort to stop it.    I    According    to    Dr.    W.    (I.    Modi*  Elizabeth Corliss and Master Edward    Health Officer, every .section of the    tTre wa* it splendid gathering of in-  * <*r    * er    eel    jcuunty    will be visited, part leu iarly    i t crested growers,  \t    a meeting of the Commission-     thoHe hom ** R  wherein tuberculosis  er* held on Monday the question of    " r     d t ‘ Ht h» have occurred in the  putting on a temporary road officer    years.    Members    of    such  Gantt, presider*, M i; , tin;  Spring, vi • -pievident, M metta. seen*  Lunch Room—Mrs. Nellie Johnston.  High School—Miss Lillian T. West, Miss Elizabeth C. Teague, Mrs. W. R. May, Jr., Miss Lillian Brown, Miss Susie M. Caldwell, Miss Marion Clark, Ernest P. Parker, Principal.  W. Jay McGarity, Superintendent.  I growing interest in flpich  having been an and with the thi* industry, a fine channel  Cushman, Jr.  A feature of the program wa* the playing of a hymn by each pupil after every selection.  The program follow-,  Fairies Dance—Carolyn Coleman.  Lullaby—Chester Rogers Magee.  Auld Lung Syne -Ann QuattJe-baum.  came up for discussion. It was d< mied, pending the suspension of the  families wi to atten,] the clinic and hav  The presence of distinguished visitors was an attractive feature of the day, making the program very inter-  11 be particularly urged jesting and informing a* well,  Friday, May 30, Woodrow Wright, the fifteen year old son of Mr. and  breaking up the erratic sorties of Averel Harriman and Bobby Straw  ly feeding the ball to his forward*.  Milburn, the old international cap fain showed only flashes of his form er hitting power.  Marion Howard, j Long, Long Ago—Sara Croft.  Then You’ll Remember Mi Dor othy Branson.  Happy Farmer—Elizabeth Holley. Juanita. Spanish Ur—Ruth Pro-thro.  La Donna e Mobile—Elizabeth Corliss.  Slavic March—Rose Lilly Surasky. Duet, Valse Dai saute—Mildred  an inducement for Spital a, once, where he remained un-l^^ " rH  ^ a Mf. every member to be present.    iconscioua for fifteen hours. An ‘    .  R<, K iment ~~Kdwfird  ( ushman, Jr -  Song of Spring—Kulalie Sanders  < 'iv ll  ms interested  two eld road officers, and a final dis  thuruu «b examination made so position of their cases, to put on a  J rscipispxit case- may be temporary man. Walter Baker, of  ami lb, ‘ P r °I > <*r curativ Duet, School Bdls—Marge and Langley, wa^ elected to fill the pose  ,H>fun in tmu '-  tion temporarily.  It 1* understood that when the positions are permanently filled that the road officers will be put <m motorcycle*, and possibly unifnrmcd. Tho two high-powered automobile* that are now owned by the county will be disposed of.   a j Congressman W. F. Stevenson, of ’ bal j Cheraw* wa the chief speaker, and  linda  n the  bridge for Roslyn, besides constant 'nvitation to make the address, vhich, He was rushed to the Aiken Hos-  xhould in itself be  Supt. Langley Mills Assaulted by Employee  Mr. and Mrs. George Ford Morris, who have been spending the winter in Aiken, have returned to Shewsbury* N, J.  New Officers Elected  For Outing Club  X-Ray was taken, which showed that  his skull was badly fractured. Re ports are that he is resting very  I  well, and there is strong hopes for  1  hi* recovery. Mr. Wheeler himself narrowly escaped serious injury.  COURTHOUSE FOR AIKEN  Congressman Hare has been advised by the department of justice thdt provision may be made for a federal courthouse at Aiken, at an early date. Representative Hare has been urging this project for several year*, and ^ft«-r a hearing before the committee in charge of the new building program  a  short ' ne ago he was assured that ss soon a.* a report ceald be obtained from the department of justice final action » , u itl be    The    congree*  man then ,1 sc used the matter Penton ally    with the attorney  general, who itstes that he is ready to recommend the erec Hon of such a budding.  One Hundred Gallons Of Whiskey Dumped  The Annual Meeting of the Outing (lub wa* held In the directors’ room of the Bank of Western Carolina Monday afternoon. After hearing a report of the financial condition of  the dub, officer* were"elected for the    _  new year a* follows:    ! o n  Monday Sheriff Howard dump-  (if.-rge Durban, president.    «d IOO gallon* of whiskey at the  E. L, Allen, vice president.    Court House that had been seized  C. W. Bunch, secretary.    from still*. The whiskey was pour-  Directora—O. B. Hutson, J. R    , d into the city sewer, and eventual  Du Bose, Mrs, W, E. Duncan anil    Iv found it*  wa > into Wilkinson’*  Mrs, W. B. Turner.    creek, lf the people al«i% that   _trearn wa- disturbed by V <■ crazy  Unties (.f the fish, they will know ; • I at they were on a 'iii'  Fdetw-ense Glide- Mary Courtney Arpegyo Waltz—Mildred Hutson. The Skaters Kathleen Jumper.  JMuch Liquor Found  In Edisto River  While scouting around on the Edisto river en M r lay the dx riff and his deputies by chance found twenty-one sacks or 126 gallon* of whiskey in the river The liquor had been put in sacks and dropped in different places fur Ce keeping.  The Sheriff - party searched dill gently, but it 1 afe fa presume thai some sacks of Lqu r might n ■ ) av ■  Chinese Laundry  Changes Hands  ANNUAL PARTY AT CLUB  been found. Th Kad t ’* bridge an 1 favorite fishing few weeks.  i lace wa* near "HH Spot will be • rid fur the next  Mr*. Iva Mettg has purchased Chinese Laundry located  the  The Annual Qutir^r club Party for en    Curve the adult members wa* Held    Monday    —  street,    formerly operated    by Charlie 'evening at    the    Club house.    A large    There    will    be  her    manage    n*nt    It    will    be    known crowd wa*    in    attendance,    Dancing    Girl    Scout*    on 3  (. .    ,,p    lent    'I    will    i...    1 1.. ». :  th * Now Lau  MEETING OF GIRL SCOUTS  ?rv  * II be kAovn wa * en fayed and luring the evening IO 30 (punch and tandwieh** were    !  the Sc OI * Hank*  meeting iff the  tday morning at girlt^ present Hut    and Mi** ic. I,  Shaler, Cspt on Jute Lith.  Superintendent Power, of the Langley mills, wa a suited by Wa! ter Allen last Wednesday, arui the superintendent was badly injured,  Mr, Alien bad been discharged by tile mill management, en Tuesday, ar il Wednesday morning met the Sup* rintendi ct in the mill aixi stru< k him several t riles with a piece of Witod.    |(  ' H* n wa arrested and brought t • A ken ail and la', r grantc I I. mi in  the urn f $200,00,  TO Alii ND ANNUAL ST ATE SHORT COURSE  M Sue Ii' ai-T n and M Eliza bet; Ba ley, ll one IGmt; n-:ration Ager t .*• I leave t >day far ll .ck Hill. where ' * .xiii al"'nd 'ie Vnriuu! Stat. S X • ( <» i> •• f r I arm W .men arui Ii .at U nth rep College. WhC.v,,' U    , Mks IU c I,  will a -t M <s IL Mg Harper ti editing . ■ ew» she. t, "The Palm. tt< Short * curse New*,’’ {Opa, „f which are distrtb .'•■d among the women an lady, Mis* Rearden  I’hyrii 1 an s, and other per  tuberculosis -1! ration are inv it a -i-i. Aiken county has a comparatively low death rate from tube nu loris, ami it is hoped by holding clinics, t d leat ing the public and otherwise interesting people rn com bating it, that the lh nth rate may be mad** still lower and eventually its ravages reduced t ■ a minimum.  No treat lent will, as usual, be prest ritred at tim clinic. \ complt e chest and -putum examinati >n w be made however, ar I all positive and auspe<d . aux advt u t .1- tm-' proper hvg en ie care of themselves anti <heir fa- tin v. r- f- • to their family physicist for tr*a’ merit.  B. & L. Association  Elect Directors  diagnos- jCongre-sman Butler llsre, of regimen [was presented and spoke.  Mr. Gantt gave out some mtorest-<>rg»ni*atwns [fag facts, in that this was the first nation to use oil paper, plain  ;  end phi'i', nrir ted plate., and hat e a • rvtce field man This a-SOCia-tion ha handled more grass f. 0. b. 'ban any other, One hundred four-' " I 1  an bee; -Ti' ;>■ d this season.  In the four years $265,000 ha  com* til th* association and the average pr; e per crate wa* $3 20.  Co-Ops Hold District  Contest In Aiken  \! .  .f the  meeting of the toe ' ken B ,dding ard I  K L  Th-  W  Ii  an \s-irsday after tors w ei,  ' IL E Hoi Ii Weather* ll Hahn, R  W     Fifteen Counties Will    Have Repre-      tentative# at Meeting    at Co rn mer-      eial    Hotel.          The    Di : rift ('1 *; ■    to eh ct th**      winner f  r  th* prix* - ■ 1    fend by the      South    Carobnn f' dp    \ iciaG n      will Im    B belli at the <    -rt a1 Hot* !      a mil tx    nam en Friday a’    t 11 a. rn.      The    association offer*'    I ,,, : Zt>s  f      the be    st est a, oil "ii vi    an the bene      fit of    the - *gri ' ■ ira! a    ark* ting act      be bn    luglu t-. the . •     ! ':t; mer      The    A ken iii '    •im- ed i f      fi ft#'# ti    1 counties, an I the    • should be      ref re.-    entaliveSj from ,    ach 0 inly      T c    OUn ** 1«jS»V-* ii';'.    . eir wen sc ■      tad    lad week. The    t -ocistion      11 af of    ■ red three pr <es    of $25.00,      J I 5 OC    * and $10,fa' _ •' r    the three     BOX PARTY AT SHAWS FORK  ll  return  The public is invited to attend * box party and ice cream supper ti be given at Shaw, Fork school holist •'n Friday night, June 6th. Th* Aiken proceeds of the party * I! Hr u , .* b the church  The l adies Auxil ary of the Bap tia churel will hold their monthly meeting on Thursday afternoon a 4 IO with Mr* (redding* Cushman, all of the ladies pf the church should la’ end.   

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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