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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - December 19, 1924, Aiken, South Carolina 5 Cekta 192 Vol 10 No Year mmmmmm Longer A TQV Annual Rcportof Dr Chirles Hall Splendid on Ex and BcfHf to Rehebilitate It e THAN PREWIl DAYS With 70 Per W State flank Exam 7incr made an examination Thursday of the Gaston Bank Trust which closed il8dQorg Wednesday with a view to possinj upon the banks solvency While the exnmioation had not been completed late Thursday afternoon Mr Brmdley had gone sufficiently into banksaffairs to satisfy himself according to his statement made to The Standard that the bank is not insolvent said positive statement bank is not insolvent that the has suffered very serious withdrawal in its deposits recently its collections have been slow due to a succession of bnd crop bunk exammer would not a definite statement as to the hanks condition nor as to hw future with LthilJilis to permit an which is inaolvwit to Nrontmue closed and Uiatisi all proba htlity ways and means would be found of Best Yield and Better Price Farming Is On the Upgrade L reportof Dr Charles Hall FarniBr director of the Aiken County Health Department shows u splendid record of accomplishment amf j points the still furtnW efforts j in safeguarding the Aikeji About eight years ago Coh raU of Clernsorr College addressing an Aiken made the prophecy that under the boll weevil conditions the sand hill seclion of vCaro county Health Department was made possible by tho county delepra at the meeting of the legislature The first year was one ofl lina and particularly county r V i 1 t purvey and organization necessarily sr a county the size of Aikcn which is the fourth largest in South Hna The achievements of HKM justify the vision and faith of the men and women who made the work possible j A few excerpts from the report of j Dr Farmer will serve to show some thing of the work beiun done Small Pox Three epidemics of small pox caniej The averageJ yield of cotton before j tu tht Of tiu department clUT would with the the years urcxluce 70 per cent of its pfeweevil yield of cotton Figufes for the last two years indicate the truth of his statement and contrmthe fact that Aikcn coilntyTJSfmert are rapidly be coming adpusTed to ttie weevil regime by which the advent of the weevil was approxi mately bales The largest yield on record was in 1918 when the coun ty iproduced bales In 1923 the yield was bales and up to December I of this year bales have been ginned It is reasonable to suppose that the total production this year will be at least bales We may therefbre confidently expct in the future an average production of around bales The cost of pro ing rhe the City of Aikcn the Continental ant Clay Mines and on three plantations in Island section In each the officials took charge tiv Kdward 1orcv Howard for In duction has increased considerably but to offset this farmers have re opinion of the bwk examinj ceived of over 100 per cent in the price at which this cotton has sold Of vast Importance is the fact that our people as a rule have produced their food and feedstuff at home Of course there are seasons when weath in Urcy should of the situation isolated the Dec KratMe vaccinated those in thv aeroplanis in actual ser section and in each case soon had the vice outbi eak tinder control nothing tu the oust of scrapping bat He senses file fact that Christmas Committee Distribute lUUef and Good Cheer at Christ muss Tho meeting of the Christmas Corn i miltoo composed of representatives I from all organizations and churchea i of the town svus held j ed over by Mrs Luura Bock Social Worker for the RedCross Plans were presented whereby the Committees for distbursiiiffof relief to the poor and needy and cooperative service of eies doinK community both white and colored can be carried out in an efficient The committee plans to cover Aik en Sunitnriuin County Home York St Home for colored folks chamgangr through this coordinate service in a way tn prevent an overlap Throujrli these organizations it is hoped that a very complete list of those who Christmas cheer can bo secured and every one can have an equal share The purchasing committee is com posed of Mrs Herbert Gyles and Mrs Willcox and all contributions for this are to be sent in to them not later than Saturday A Medical Inspection of Schools has sevenliin 1 ing nijrht nijd day turning out aero Medical inspection was conducted in j planes y thirtyfive of the sixtynine England has an air Admirality and Children were examined Kir skin iisja startling development in eases and defects of the oye ear nose throat Out of the children aeronautics America invented the aeroplane hut already received 100 leihins Hi senses me inci uiai onu Hrii pounds of sugar 50 oranges and laredevil American with some hrghj and Yankee pluck can caah i i i The organization have been ullotco a battleship withits thousand or hundred in the twinkling following r Kiwaiiis ganga llu1 Prudent himself to thisj logical end regardless of inlluoiici or politics examined per cent to hns nu air service worthy of have defects of varying degrees Many of these children have buen treated by their family physicians or at consideration These facts have burned themselves into the mind of President Coolidge j Co not favorable follow up work This work will be continued after Christ clinics through the efforts of the Quictly he ms becn digesting the county1 nurse i who has been very ac anotice goodcorncrop but is not the rule V 7 i polfcyi home with a with mas and it is tho plan to finish all to our national dc dramatic to PW ir L T TnYi tfnvn 1111 rf his5 faith the ngricuitural future of Ailcert C Ashton Head who growing comment of the presa on this subject Culmly and without any splash he has Ueen analyzing the sit Y M C A Students of Schofieht Folks Home Baptist and Methodist County Home rl Episcopal and Catholic IS jdlcCt Individual families Thimble Club and Civic League New Officers i flimUies I Lutheran Church and Girl At the annual meeting of the Aikj Individual Families en Krwarjs Club held Thursday nt ofikeri for the onsuins1 Rod year were as follows L he hM out to E H her A 1 neither m Kar married wealth has lil v UjSt TunClrcntly added to his hoMings and l l lun state system It Ing its name It has a capita siock of iriHj withtull he lallv r mid ft surplus of j He has According to tho lost stateniont nu i published bv tho hank on October ont Ron who Iris rcintiy individunl djijosits amounted to oi me in T some of IIIK farm land lint still has 1 thr iiTtll v MrU 1 t r VIH T upplnnt Uu btUtfoshirrns ourfirst lint of Id ify Mandel Surasky A K flndi IU is to krvw KvTiest MrCrcary Tilt1 ftrril rf the year was devotid Kl Inr iudgmcm IK correct He Ahluirt a sanilalV of tlie schdois of suiijeil Ixtoie an expirl in he ive llie Kwaiis t tioid a AIM r ISSIKH cou H Sit llll IN CM Ml Ml iU U n Ul fll nil A the piist scviral have been heavy withdrawals of t i i ci food anil i iiu loran on posits from the hank averaging fl ptr cint on the a day total deposits being cut sun lhil down steadilv until at present they11 POR i will a imiirnveinent amount approximately to tinus l nilaj a of th school have n the Within the past few Weoks tho Lank taken in h us paid off something like UI1KM a huv seiiool I nidiwherever praeiuivi i ininr i a ofits iTKlebtedness in Innlt inrin a h is very prohaNe that the hank I Thmugh th of rv xvi h m Ihr week of lH i a up for the are the Ur Kpiricvpul Ford Mrs Mrs T Hall Churevli Nlrs M M r I ula iricr IM ivleritn Mrs Cilllct if Mi H I Wyman M i Kiiin i v i iHireh Clan IJusch CliureJi Horn Surasky CvleS KNHIMTS iVTUIAS NKW i leave tt farnnsiL will be reopened and will continue sill travel around end view neiv u retnrr a 1 n p i I r 11 11 i 1 V B of i H Orangeburv county was arrested infant then of i Tuesday at the recjnesi of Sheriff noibing cn on a warrant the 1 wiih wcsthless rlu f t i f appears Williams gav a ean and vial Aikin for il11 time which of eas worthier Ciiie of Idin ier I f ie lit OODVV ITMDA V N 1 r at Monimorenci eoiv arnlitia of a in ck given him h of any in Williams for Vick diy was iouitry ale twiee Saturday night and Sun n the c on na a ili dav moriiin linilor people the oVl Kl i o utonil for the found on i to th a I 11 1 S iO iu iv 11 v in1 n rt i i n i i a federal cbance ao brought him tlotmnnns Arrive Mr and Mrs Josef Ilolmann and daughter Miss losefa Hofmann have spent the summer months n Friday ind are winter KS H I French ma n for pa4Jrrute a lev ui l I ma I n i i i eii ity hi 1 r Jin M i iin r i run i M I Mll I t i ate ri nni t K K r a i II Wood v and On Th r o oomi tliat in i rd of Ill on iiiniii prxKhueil j i 4 h i Id re l Kuncral i Ml i i i i r ii l i re A n lnd t 111 day a I I rnooa i n i n Carolina at M i IM ciiuiili of riirh ed A I Mr i ii a iliVni IVafh K I f Sued Iotato 11 row I I nlVu innv I i n a made i Ii ceinetiy I I the ClelllMin Kxleii 1 fi e appointed nuinlii lit lore on laki nit a Id tint of th citnimiHcc 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