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Aiken Standard and Review (Newspaper) - September 19, 1945, Aiken, South Carolina A tint it tout u Salley monday. George Corbett of the merchant Marine is Back again and with George its a Long time Between trips. Watson Poole of Niagara Falls n. Y., is Down for a Little visit with his dad Bill Poole. Or. And mrs. Almand Pooser and daughter Faye of West Columbia have been visiting the former a sister mrs. Edna Clamp. Also visiting at the Clamp Home were or. And mrs. Lafaye Clamp and children. Mrs. Clamps son Val mar who has been spending some months with his brother Lafaye in Timmonsville has decided to remain at Home this year and enrol at Salley. We think that a a very Fine decision. Tuesday. Comes the second Day of the work week and i am standing at the Fence watching the race Between the weather and the Cotton picking. The Day dawned Bright and Clear. The pickers hands Are a blur of motion. They glance at the sky every now and then and redouble their efforts. The Cotton sheets have to be tied after every dumping to keep the stuff from sailing away in the spite of this several folks went to Columbia this morning. I had planned to go also but happened to find a floor in the House that i Hadnot painted in the last six weeks and so i stayed Home As Happy As fido with a Bone he has just dug up. Mrs. H. A. Sawyer is getting about again and seems to have recovered from her july operation. A. V. Starnes is almost on the Well list with his broken Arm although it is still in a cast. Thinking How pretty mrs. Margaret Newman looked at the show the other night and How Nice it is for Florence Martin to always be in technicolor gorgeous red hair. Deep Blue eyes. Billy Jean Jollie hiding his face under the seat at the Climax of the fighting in a for whom the Bell tolls. Wednesday. Rain. The dampness clings to everything and Tho constant drip drip is Good for nothing but sleeping. E. E. Jones Cal Jones and Glenn Salley de-1 parted by the dawns Early Light for Beaufort. This correspondent put in a much needed hour j at the piano. I have a very1 unique Way of interpreting a piece. I play it Over then tear i up the Muic and play it to suit myself. I might add that i done to suit anyone else hut i make a lot of noise. Son in Law Rush who never makes a mistake or misses a note when lie plays says to me a mom your playing is a combination of Boogie Boogie new year s eve at Midnight and nervous prostration in the Booby he my. Betty weeks has decided to spend a while in Columbia with her sister mrs. Ruth folks regret the death in action of James Mcmillan u. S. N. He is a Nephew of Lyman Mcmillan of the Salley Bank. Mrs. Conoy Sharpe and daughter Brenda who have been spending a week in Charleston with mrs. Sharpens sister mrs. Hinton Givens Leila Salley has returned Home. Among the Young people Here who Are planning to enter or re enter College within the next few weeks Are Edna Mcmillan Columbia College. Key Salley Anderson College Curgie and Mao Furtick Winthrop College. Cadet Elden Jones who attended summer school at Clemson plans to be at Home for a few Days Between semesters the last of the month. Glen Salley is on the not so Well list thursday. The Day came in with Sunshine which is a Welcome change. The Cotton pickers Are hard at it and the a ladies of the Wash boards filled the lines with flapping sheets and the rest of the laundry list. Well what do a know. Tack Salley has brought Home a Bride. She was Margaret Kalker of Durham n. C. They will Honey Moon in these parts for a while. Or. And mrs. Olin Salley have returned from Charleston where w went on a vacation. Miss Betty weeks returns from Columbia. Saw sue Lee Hall at the show with her attractive House guest. Friday. The Rev. J. A Jollie and family departed this Day for a visit to Mullins where they will visit the former a family. They will be Back for preaching sunday. I note that daughter Lois Colliery a serial Jungle Queen is now showing at the Patricia theatre in Aiken and also at the Rialto in Augusta. Its Pear time in Salley and what wonderful preserves and fresh fruits could be put up if one just had the sugar. This will Mark the last of the fruit season Here and the last Chance for Canning. A dance will be held tonight for the coloured folks at a a Monkey Joneses place Here. The orchestra is from Augusta. Rain and Shine is the order of the Day in these parts. Time you get the windows closed the Sun shines. Time you open them again it pours. Floride Martin is Back after a summer at Lake Placid n. Y., where she was employed. Salley is very proud to learn that a Salley boy was on the Missouri for the momentous occasion of the formal surrender signing he is Henry Thompson stewards mate second class u. S. N. R., of route 2, Salley. You can always be sure you will find someone from Salley. The old merry go round has started Here namely finding a place for the teachers to stay. I Hope that the school can build a teach rage which can solve this problem in the future. Saturday. A Ernestine fanning who has been spending the summer in Boise Idaho with her father sgt. Edwin fanning and her step Mother has returned Home and is at present the guest of her aunt mrs. Conoy Sharpe. Sgt. Fanning will make his Home in Springfield and enter business there. We understand that tonight will Mark the opening of a hamburger and hot dog counter at Davis store the business to be in charge of Frankie Davis. Formerly the Only such place Wax at in a. Sawyers store. Two places will be 0. K. Since every one in town has double appetites these Days. Anyone in these parts not liking the Salley news could be and seeing the same names in print so often will kindly Send me their news which i gladly incorporate. My three a reporter Are very efficient but i can t expect just three to cover All the doings in and around Salley. So you folks in town and on the routes Send in your news and this correspondent will write it up. Thanks pal. The radar Industry delivered length. Protect your hog from cholera serum and instruction May be obtained from it fresh potent government tested serum commercial pharmacy Ina. Aiken s. C. Commercial hotel Corner Whites Hon Aiken Ful-0-p�p helps me raise big litters of husky pigs of building big utters of sturdy rugged pigs begins before the pigs Are narrowed. You get results in a hurry when you condition sows with Fulo Pep pig a sow feed. This Vitamin Rich feed for sows promotes health easy farrowing and big litters. Feed Fulo Pep pig a sow feed in equal parts with whole Oats beginning even before the sows Are bed straight through until the pigs Are weaned. See us today for your Supply. Hahn amp co. 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