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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - August 27, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina Newly family Atkw CoMty nMdt tfct Journal and Btvtav No Paper Pubfefeed in this Circulation i AIKEN S 0 WE f if uala the Journal and County 8 PAGES AUGUST 27 1930 a ft Caff Off SCHOOLS SEPT 8 FACULTY ANNOUNCED BHI Institute njfl OR taorninc September 8th at 9 oclock Mual open ing will be held in au ditoriaa aid of ite Khoel following faculty f or the term Primary Jennie Lou Primary Supervisor v Miss Jennie Lou Browne Grade Emily Platt Mays Grade James V Her Grade Mrs M J Quattle baunj Grade Mary E Bjshop Grade fgArMiss Rosaline B Muck Grade Miss Lallah Wyman John B En Mc Crejirv Grade Grade Jay McGarity Grade W E scales Grade Elizabetn Whet sell Grade Kathleen Cuning years The student body is compos ed of both boys and white given is of KftrsehiTBlSEtd first yearcolleffegrrmde The twelfth grade corresponding to first year collegework is a new coarse which is proving very popu lar The prospects for agoodfootball team are better usual f The school retains most of the players pected that the squad will be strengthened byagood many new ones of outstanding1 abiity The faculty is composed of M B Webb president T J Anderson Miss Alyne Johnson Miss Xorine Brock Miss Peurl Gunter and Mrs Ada Culler Rev Tolar is pas tor of the academy church Grade Martha J Cole man Grnde B Eubanks Jr High School Department Ernest P Parker Principal Miss Elizribcth C Teaguc Miss Marion Clark Miss Lillian Brown Mrs W R Way Jr Miis Susie M Caldwdl Kiss Lillian T West Physical Education and Athletics Director James V Uerlonjr Mrs Nellie Johnston in chance of the lunch room Public School Music Jose phine H Mugee Superintendent W Jay McGarity Miiw Whctsell becomes a new member of the faculty takinc the place of Miriam McCullnuph resigned She a gradual of Win throp jCgllcgp and is from St Gconce arid Mays have taucht with success in the school before The faculty meeting will be hold in the Superintendents office Sat urday afternoon September 6th at 4 oclock At this meeting all plans for the term will be made No enrollments or classificationof pupils will be made until after opening of the school on September 8lh This cnn not be satisfnctorily nttcndnd to Until after the meetinc of the faculty It is recommended that all child ren who have not bein vaccinated have this attended to brforr school bepins To do this will save nb sonces and inconveniences It is the law that this must be done Parents must not wild children to school if any contaRinus diseases are in tli family Parents are nreed to have their children enroll the first day This is to th advantage of the children ami also makes all oilier Entrance examinations will be riven the first wwk of school All pupils applvinc for admission to thHisrh School will have to stand an examination unless they have a promotion card from an accredited school The Bourd of Trustees have ad ded an annex to the 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 Sewinft tables cutting tables dining room table and chairs have been ordered for this department and will be installed in a few days mnkinsr this one of the most excellently equipped departments in the State A evneral wiener room is heiriir equipped which will take h science taiitrht in the T1 bn one of the errant BYRNES AND BLEASE ENTER SECOND RACE c H v t i Ii 1 Elected tcxJJQuse Woodward and fill Run Over for Commissioner Edwto Academy 00 Monday Ediito Academy opened its six teenth session yestercliy with to ie largest enroll The ebction pflMpd off quietly terdajr io Ailun county with total of 7312 Totw In PM Mm F carried comity fry TOteof 38B1 forHra and 1218 for In the nee for the House of JRep M Bush of ihleri F PjialjreteamedAiRen county bjr He re both of his 1975 votes Ijever and BJsclcwood third with 1624 ton and Boyce of Monefcta were elected Mri Bush recsived the splendid vote of 5298 possibly the largest vote ever Driven a candidate in this Mr Gantt received 3823 votes There will bea second race between B K Keenan and Williams In the Commissioners 1 Wiley Woodward lead C 1 Hill by a vote of 1173 to 1059 and they will enter the second primary from were coming in slowly as we to press Johnston wag leading Lever in second placv ticket In this ftill be found in another column The returns from over tho State corainsr in we wont to press about midnight i Blcascbud lead in the race for United The vote stood f RUnk Hams NOTICE TO EXECUTIVE CUMMll A meeting of the Execntive Committee will be held the Court Mouse oh Thursvdny Aufj 2Sth to canvass tho vote and de rlaritho results of the primary election Thii1 Executive from Ivery box should he present as questions of importance will come up for consideration FOR DISTRICT COMMISSIONER XI o o Montmorenci Clearwater No 1 108 32 White Millbrook Silverton No I JHHbroofc No Nt I Wirrdsoi jAikeu Central 21 80 23 127 71 5S 138 1ft 9 43 12 22 77 OS ooo 3 26 44 28 6 37 n Bird Houses at Flower Show All flower lovers will be jrrently interested in hearing that the Flow er Show and Festival this autumn promises to be better than ever Among the interesting features thc exhibit of bird houses Thcso will be made nc cordinjt to tented plans and of most attractive designs The Blue Bird Carolina Wren Titmouse nnd Fly Catcher will each have his little box liking These will be models which can easily be copied and it ix to be hoped that every garden in Aikon will bo able to have at Icnst one or two bird so that the cheery morning songs of our feathered R L Bolrn of Miami on tertaincd last Monday evening with briigo in honor of hor sisterinlaw Mrs W T Jones of Aikcn who is bcr Herald buildings are nfeont thoroughly cleaner and ready for the opening The campus is also Iwcoming nttrnc tivc in appearance to the passersby The Superintendent asks for the substantial cooperation of every one in the community in making tho term the bost in the history of the school FOR CONGRESS AND HOUSE OF For i of s a lil c e a Beech Hope well Montmorenci Shaw Wards No 2 Soivern 1 Clearwater 7Co7 Shaws Fork i McTier No Gloverville White Shiloh Millbrook X Wards No Silvertoii No 2 Clonrwater Kucky Sprinir j Millbrook No 2 Chinquapin Silvcrton 1 New Holland Bath i Belvedere McTirr Xo I 1 Warrenvillc Total FOR CONGRESS i In tho nice for Congress f ruin the i district B Hate on the face of the returns is Tlie returns jrivcn hi1 vvrri by frim the various ciuinties Pottoffice Robber Jailor Entered amd Repented for Early Friday morning1 V B Gray1 a young while man broke into the Warrenyille andstgleejght brinks nf stamps valued nt 25 fonts 1 Aiken Jasper j Heau furl i Hum plan Snhuia 1218 2or I IS 540 MO S4 f 2313 884 i t i i 8 ooo 1470 nil 2890 3851 8JIi 437 407 518 231 1023 1 Total S020 j the Rrturni j About thriT Ijnyid lertirm riturns nt n y the Iniirnal and Review last night II was a rrnwd nnd i toiiil oriliT wat maintained A tiumbir cif rongrntulatod for in whuli the handled is the in Ifif lany to Bather tlertinn each and in cash Nothing was Viiown of this rob bery in Aiken Imt just its soon as found a man at the jail wjfo confessed to the robbery and desired to be locked up A reporter for the Journal nnd Review talkedto Grey after he was and he told the fol lowinir story He nirf thatmr wasacottonmill uperiilivv imi fivij TjoTOrenr1 piirt ofthe State Was 31 years of H came to county looking for i jiib ami had been without work fvr seviral woeks He was hungry and deeidtd In into the postofiicc in the hnjies nf finding money He stole in cash and spent 97 cents of this amount Three cents vas returned to the the Irny was asked why he came to AiJion and surrendered jind he said that he realized his mistake after he broke into the post office that he walked about two miles from Aiken towards Charleston hut ho decided to come back he did not want an innocent man to suffer for his crime He sniii that he oJtpectcd the JudffC to Mnd him to Atlanta and that he lie is n man above the average in he lum a mother iti one of the upper counties of the SttiUi not tell whcm he came from as he diii not want her to know that wnn in jail for steal Spt JM it Labor Hay nnd the pnntnfllcp will e rinsed The window jvill icopca from 11 12 M MAGISTRATE DIST NO 1 Windsor GraniteviHt Salley Shults Aiken Central Total S7 US M lllh i77 IMS 7s is FOR SENATOR AND STATE OFFICERS U S Governor M A I r ir Supl f ullurr Beech Island Hopcwcll Montmorenci Wards No 2 Clearwater No 1 Shawn Fork McTicr No 2 Gloverville White Pond Tabernacle Millbrook Xo 1 Wards No 1 SUverlon 2 No 2 2 If a 34 15 14 48 80 23 24 8 13 if 32 SO 4 IS 12 25 14 IS if 2t i i o li2 8 2S 28 13 21 20 fit 12 21 no 17 0 20 1 74 14 10 10 14 1 4 8 0 3 0 0 20 3f 17 14 12 17 r 10 4S 44 xinin thf nff with th run1 if work fKTi j in Thr i
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