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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - August 27, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                 \  •L  \  f  X  I s  ii  lf  I  ■  Nearly every family in Aiken J County reads the Journal and I Review.  ftePitto  No Paper Publiahed in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review's  Circulation in Aiken County  VOL. 60 NO. 35  AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27. 1930  CITY SCHOOLS OPEN SEPT. 8  FACULTY ANNOUNCED  Bt* Addition Added to School Betwine. **W Several Now De*ort»onts Organised.  BYRNES AND BLEASE ENTER SECOND RACE  Hare Re-elected to Congress - Bush and Gantt Elected to House of Representatives  Woodward and Hill Run Over for Commissioner.  Tho Aikan Institute will open on Monday morning. September 8th, 1930, at 9 o’clock. The uaual opening exercisa* will he held in the auditorium, and the patrons and friend* of the school are invited.  The following Is the faculty for the term:  Primary Dapartmaet Miss Jennie Lou Browne, Primary Supervisor.  Grade IA—Miss Jennie Lou Browne.  Grade IB—Mr*. Emily Plait Mays. Grade IC—Mrs. James V. Herlong.  Grade 2A—Mrs. M. J. Quattle-bauin. v  G ade 2B—Miss Mary K. Bishop.  (Ira Ie SA—Mis* Rosaline B, Mucks enf USS.  Grade HF—Miss Lallah Wyman.  I ate i medial* Department  John B. Ko hanks, Jr., Principal.  (Ii ail# 4 A—Mrs/. Pauline Mc-  Crearf Shuler.  Grade 4B—Miss Dixie McDaniel. Grade 5 A— Mrs. W. Jay McGarity. Grade SB—-Mrs. W. E. Clink-scaies.  Grade GA—Miss Elisabeth Whet-sell.  Grade 6B—Miss Kathleen Cuning-ham.  Grade 7A—Mrs. Martha J. Coleman.  Grade 7B—John B. Eubanks, Jr. High School Department  Ernest P. Parker, Principal.  Miss Elizabeth C. Teague.  Miss Marion Clark.  Miss Lillian Brown.  Mrs. W. R. May. Jr.  Miss Susie M. Caldwell.  Mi>.s Lillian T. West.  Physical Education and Athletics Director, James V. Herlong.  Mrs. Nellie Johnston rn charge of the lunch room.  Public School Music, Mrs. Josephine H. Magee.  Superintendent, W. Jay McGarity. Mis* Whetaell becomes a new member of the faculty, taking the plnre of Miss Miriam McCullough, resigned. She is a graduate of Winthrop College , and is from St. George. Mrs. Shuler and Mrs. Mays have taught with success in the school before.  The faculty meeting will be held in the Superintendent’s office, Sat-urday afternoon, September 6th, at 4 o’clock. At this meeting all plans for the term will be made.  No enrollments or classification of pupils will he made until after the opening of the school on September 8th. This can not be satisfactorily attended to until after the meeting of the faculty.  It is recommended that all children who have not been vaccinated Have this attended to before school begins. To do this will save ab sences and inconveniences. It is the law that this must be done. Parents must not send children to school if any contagious diseases are in the family.  Parents are urged to have their children enroll the first dav. This is to the advantage of the children and also makes all classifications easier. Entrance examinations will be given the first week of school. All pupils applying for admission to the High School will have to stand an examination unless they have a promotion card from an accredited school.  The Board of Trustee# have added an annex to the present plant at considerable cost, making it one of the most convenient buildings in the State. The primary department has been enlarged; an extra room for the High School overflow; one room for the increased enrollment in the Home Economics department. Sewing tables, cutting tables, dining room table and chairs have been ordered for this department and will he installed in a few dayR, making this one of the most excellently equipped department* in the State A general science room is also being equipped which will take rare cf alt the science taught in the school. This has been one of the gr« at needs  Edisto Academy  Opened on Monday  Sixteenth 5—iow Open* With Croat Proem I*.—Prof. Webb ta Charge.  ——  The election passed off quietly yesterday in Aiken county with a total of 7382 vote* being cast.  In the race fog Congress John F.  Williams carried Aiken county by a vote of 8861 to 2313 for Hare and 1218 for Aman.  The State Bac**  James F. Bvraaa learned Aiken county by a vote of 3805. He ro-  Returns from the governor's race FOR DISTRICT  were coming in slowly aa we went to presa. Johnston wa* , loading  COMMISSIONER  calved mole votes then bah of hi* with Lever in second place.  received 1975  opponenta. Blesse and Harris 1601.  Johnston was the beading ran JU  Edisto Academy opened its si*-    ’    ‘ laUf    for     receiving    1886  teenth session yesterday with what In the race for the House of Rep-! votM - Lever came second with HHS  promises to he the largest enroll- j resentatives M. F. Bush, of Ellen-  am * wood caste third with 1524.  meat the. sctmnl has had tm several ton and Boyce IL Gantt, of Monetta, f A     ubuiatiaa^ef  were elected. Mr. Bush received the| tickrt in thh  <* OUQt >'  wU1   another column.  Johnston Lever Blackwo od  30,200  23,090  19.083  Postoffice Robber  Surrenders to Jailor  years. The student body is composed of both boys and * girls, while the work given is of high school ami largest vote ever given a candidate  the State be found  splendid vote of 5298, possibly the  (Int year college grade.  The twelfth grade, corresponding to first year college work is a new course which is proving very popular.  The prospects for a good football team are better than usual.  f  The -chon! retains most of the players from last year’s team, and it Ut ex-peeled that the squad will be 'trengthened by a good many new ones of outstanding abLity.  The faculty is composed of M. B. Webb, president; T. J. Anderson, Miss Alyne Johnson, Miss Narine Brock, Miss Pearl Gunter and Mrs. | Ada Culler, Rev. J. N. Talar is pastor of the academy church.  In this county. Mr. Gantt received 3823 votes. There will be a second race between B. K. Keenan and S. B. Williams,  In the Commissiolfers race J. Wiley Woodward lead C. J. Hill by a vote af 1173 to 1059, anil they will enter • na: ’  The returns from over tho State wen* coming in slowly when we went to press about midnight.  Blea -»• bud a slight lead n the race for United Stab s Senate. The vote stood  Blesse    .'>’.817  Byrnes    . __________.    42.408  Harris    I    ib.fii*  NOTICE TO EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEMEN  A meeting of the Executive Committee will tie held at the Court House on Thursday, Aug. 2Mh, to canvass the vote and declare the results of the primary election.  The Executive Committeeman from every box should  1;, ‘ present, as quia; ns of importance will come up for consideration.  —  FOR CONGRESS AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES  Bird House* at  Flower Show  All flower lover* will be greatly interested in hearing that the Flower Show and Festival this autumn promises to be better than ever.  Among the interesting features of the show will be an exhibit of bird houses. These will be made according to tested plans and of most attractive designs.  The Blue Bird, Carolina Wren Titmouse and Fly Catcher will each have his little box according to his liking. These will be models which can easily be copied and it is to be hoped that every garden in Aiken will be able to have at least one or two bird houses, so that the cheery morning songs of our feathered ffiend# will he heard -everywhee#.  Mr*. R. L. Bolen of Miami, en-’ tertained last Monday evening with bridge in honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. W. T. Jones, of Aiken, who is her guest—Miami, Herald.  building* are about thoroughly cleaned and ready for the opening. ' The campus is also becoming attractive in appearance to the passers-by.  The Superintendent asks for the substantial cooperation of every one in the community in making the term the best in the history of the school.  Beech Island Hopewell ' Montmorenci Shaw  Wards, No, 2 Seivcrn  Clearwater. No. I Shaws Fork MeTicr, No. 2 Gloverville White Pond Shiloh Tabernacle Millbrook. No. I Wards, No. I Silverton, No. 2 Clearwater, No, Rocky Spring Millbrook, No._2 Vaucluse Chinquapin Silverton, No. I New Holland Bath  Belvedere MeTicr, No. I Warrenville  Windsor  Graniteville  Wagener  Salley  Shalt*  Langley Viken Central  Total     For    Congree*    House    of    Repre»e    3  if  <  I  rn          c    s«    i VI  c  ,1        -j    rn        c      it    X        c  \i JC    2    ■ 3    a    -          sd    IS    ■;w ta        Z    ii  X  X    si      5    s_  -  3    lit  c  JB    J  u -    n*  X.    •—■gar          —    •—    —J    a* y.        -r:    en    co      I    35    27    25 63    ti    38    I I    18      30    35    37    L4 66    28    t‘i 5    38    55      I I    51    56    16 IO?    54    •pi    74    50      9    28    20    9 44j    I I    . ii    15    37      15    JI    18    6 43    I I    29    I I    4 4      5    9    7    4 ll    4    13    6    12      29    lo    26    TI 60    TS    32    7--' ,    60      7    7    83    15 87    26    46    41    61      12    IO    32 _    5 37    I 5    3 ,    IO    54      40    21    59    28 49    76    IO    76    38      32    48    31    42 73    25    1 I    22    4 7      27    20    23    27 50  8 56    9    ae I    24    46      2    8    63    7    50    20    63      15    18    19    9 IO    12    ■i    I 7    2 I      3    9    37    3 45    I    13    I    C      24    23    181    20 221    19    114    99    I 7 !      55    41    63    23 105    I IR    I I    IIT    •ii      7    ti    28    I 3 4 I    0    16    I    '*7      53    52    80    I 58 26    .Th    6 t        98      27    39    104    76 77    I I 5    I 9    8 2    ■.'I      8    124    86    27 185    14    I 17    34    206      20    72    47    7 IIH    26    I UH    36    105      15    57    46    I 2 I    19    ss    31    8 8      76    71    209    14 237    2 Hp    73    255    78      31    31    43    12 72    59    34    60    2 I      13    61    88    21 93    . i -    TU    61    I 27      50    122    208    48 243    J I ti    HI!    I 59    129      65    97    171    I SIO 21 I    73    152    s <»    1 9 2      132    265    301    256 489    3 7 8    HT    4.38    ITT      20    120    205    35 202    12    218    86    268      14    38    198    5 4 170        I 28    His    ! 36      . 69    180    8.x    36 229 ♦    I 13    9 8    > MI    132      249    131    251    96 384    166    i i    19 I    I .33.      12    441    9 I ii    215 114 3    31 I    7 - s    7 8    93 I  in      1218    2313    3851    I 53 5298    27 27    2882    31 12    38 23     I I I 6 I 7  d 7 lr, 14 •;  ;! I 2  'n  13  I ti 7o 33 56 224  fiH  199 108 5d I 'o  1    ll  2    51*  17 7 i  U. S. Senate  Governor  (.■rut. Gov.  Beech Island Hopewell Montmorenci Shaw _— _  Wards, No. 2 . Seivern  Clearwater, No. I Shaws Fork McTier, No. 2 Gloverville White Pond Shiloh Tabernacle Millbrook. No. I Wards, No. I Silverton, No, 2 Clearwater, No. 2 Rocky Spring  HUIbr.  Cauch  ok. NO. 2     0    ■a  —)    ft-rn    ,    as -    s    jf      O    59    4    7    2    0    IO      37    48    18    9    8    13    6      27    80    12    61    0    31    2      9    23    25    16    4    5    14      16    24    14    12    I    IT    I      8    8    5    2    0    0    4      34    33    10/    5    2    20    8      15    46    36h    12    0    I    0      14    32    8    9    0    ■>    3      43    50    28    21    0    74    0      52    31    28    30    I    14    0      31    26    13    9    2    IO    20      15    55    .3    6    K    3    19      3    29    21    24    0    8    I      19    IO    20    3    4    6    0      102    118    y    36    I    3    *>      65    18    46    23    0    92    4      35    ic    6    I    I t    ' 16    j      28    po    Cc    18    2    33    -     36  .17 14 12 IT 6 2'* 20 36 IO 48 12 25 18 25 IJ     •I    c    q      2    IO    3 5      0    • I    I      I    0    I 3      I    I    s      0    I    8      3    7    i      I    3    12      0    0    J      I    0    IO      0    I    28      it    u    ! I      I    5    2      (t    I    I      u    I    9      i i    4    11 :     I J  3d 3 I  d  20  33  39 ('..  30  18  d I  I  I 9  \  IC  ion Institute.  ■en! room ha 1 * h ♦he Trustee*  ie un. Th:    is    a  \ new fur na         "O                  a        X          w        ii          f  ©  ©    =3    I          ii    X    rn      __.__. . _ _____  Montmorenci    108    8    3      Clearwater No.    I 32    18    26      Sh iw» Forte    ft?    ti    t      White Pond    21    43    44      Shiloh    . 3(1    12    28      Millbrook Nq. *    23    • >■>    6      Silverton No, 2    127    77    21      Millbrook, No.    2 79    69    3 7      Silverton, No. I    58    ('.8    I I      Windsor    I 38    133    69      A ikon Cen.ie.    ITO    6mi-    nill      T ital    I I 73    1 U.5.1    OOO      FOR CONGRESS  In th.. . .cw f*• i Coner. • t fi n    <' ,      See md district B. Hate on tht in .  1 ... •..  1  Th*     ( 'n agre * face of    the ret    U! ti      ch t i’ I .*1, I ll’    he red bi    tel pp    None      from thi* \ ar it i    is counts                  C                  <    X    st      Aiken    I a 18    2313    1851      Berm berg    206    *84    85'6      Edgefield    118    1319    437      .1 asper    136    398    53 5      Beaufort    540    606    138      . Hampton    I 19    I ITG    467      Allendale    164    997    5 18      Saluda    84    2890    231      Barnwell_____________    ITI    1209    1023                        Total    3086    I 2092    8026      Tliottitndi    Hear th    r Return*      About thret    thousand peopl    I' en      joyed th# der    tion return* as showy      h\ the .Ioumal    and Rev    ow last night      It was a goo    I ra!; re.    I crowd    ant      good order    wa* maintained    . A       !  number of people congratulate.    i tht      newspaper f<u    the w av    in whie    Ii th.      r et ires were    handled.    This is ’h<     Entered Warrenville Pe*taffice and Repented for Chan.  Early Friday morning V. B. Gray, a young white man, broke into the  Warrenville postoffice, and stole eight book., of stamps, valued ai 25 * vote each, and. $1 on in es,sh.  Nothing wa* known of this rob-hery in Aiken, but just as soon aa  Jailor Sarge* was up and abvolt He found a young man nt the jail, who  Confr ell to ‘he robbery ai d desired to be locked Up.  A n porter for tho Journal ami Review talked to Grey after lie wa*  lew  dmitt  I w i ti g Hr «  d to jail, and bt  dd  f Ol  in .  rent*  rtirf ‘hat he wa* a cotton mill  ie, and lived in the northern ‘he State. Was ll year* of Ie came t<* thin county looking >!> and bai b<« ii without work ira! week* He wa.* hungry di d to got into the po'-toffice Hope >f finding motley. He I m> in ea^h, and spent 97 >f this amount Three cents turned to the iailor with tho  stamps.  Gray wa Aiken and that he ren  inly p  arn effort to gather election return.*  asked why he came to rrrendered and he said cd hi* mi*tnke after he bruke into the post office; that he walked about two miles from Aiken towards Charleston, but he decided to come back, as he did not want an innocent man to suffer for hi* crime. !!(> said that h* expected the Judge *■!( I -o ’ (> Vt lea. and that he wm vc,rry for HH (Tome.  Ile is a man above the average in intelligence. Says he lias a mother in one of the upper counties of tin* State, and would not tell where he came from, as he did not want her to know that he was in jail for stealing.  Monday, Sept, 1st, is Labor Day, and the postoffice will be closed. The taunt! window a iii lie upen from 11 to 12 M.  MAGISTRATE DIST. NO. I             S    c            j.                          rt    a                  «        5    2              ~    -    -    O    /.      M rn* mm    • enei    63    “l5~    17    IO    13*      < learwa1    ■ r. No. !    ! 7    I    I I    30    14      S a a- I        57    I    I 0    20    9      Shiloh        I ti    s    11    •> j i    5      M Uh!,in    7. No. I    18    IP    ll    3    7      \ ken <    entrul    RIO    I 16    ] HO    128    I 13          I'otal    Uh I    IP*.    237    21 I    IHI     FOR SENATOR AND STATE OFFICERS  Atty. General Comp. General State Supt of bd Coni. Agriculture     5o    23    p    30      50  49    6 1 30    12  8 9    6 I  92      I 9    37    ! P    4 I      2 I    30    2 i    13      I J    15    5    I 7      56  64    31  17    47  50    5 I  56      o i    34    2*1    35      74        66          4 I    70    35    i.6      3 P    I I    2 5    60     ! 1  I I  29 34 I »  I !  ! I i  45 21 I i : :  ’ o  This  rung  be  V rod work of the ilia*'' ha® sa ntcdi and ’Hr' inside  A  I he I and trade new in amiesr-within the m r* few weeks, rill not interfere w th the run-jf the school as the work can one in the afternoons. The  Aiken < Langley  Total  I re  1975  I 59  3805    1601    1524  ISI  115  1886  i I  1611  J *' A  I'  4 9*0  620  3629  15 5 3   

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