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POPULAR VOTING CON'
QUEEN OF THE
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Photographs Submitted by ntt
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CONTEST CLOSES OCT. 23 ? 'h'
In connection with the State Fair, in
to be held in Columbia from October ^tru
_f> to 29. the Columbia Chamber of <r:u
* Commerce is conducting- a Statewide beer
demonstration and festival to be did;*
known as the South Carolina Harvest whit
Jubilee, consisting of a series of pa- ing:.
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rades and pageanis uepiuimg
lira] resources of the State. date
One of the important features of ?*he
the Harvest Jubilee will be the crown- son*
^ ing of the beauty queen, to take place K
L at the State capitol on the evening requ
of October 25. In this ceremony the on
Governor of the State will officiate, choi
assisted by a committee from the Co- nam
lumbia Chamber of Commerce, a vote
committee of prominent Columbia ("ha
matrons and twelve maids of honor, 6 p.
[ who will attend upon the queen. the
^ The queeD and her maid* will be i coui
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TEST FOR RECORD CI
HARVEST JUBILEE FOR ST
ted by popular vote from the
ographs reproduced in this suplent.
.-ill of which have been sub- AffenflAnrp Pr
ed by newspapers or local comeos
in various counties of South 100,(
dina. The young lady receiving f
greatest number of votes will be
>unced queen at the close of this cr ATI
est. and the twelve next in order r LA 1 UKUJ
le voting will be appointed maids
" i T 1 M . .
order that the votes be east tiSrvCSt JUDliee
tly on the merits of the photo- WppL-'c Prn<rr
hs, all names and addresses have cctv? '"o1'
i purposely omitted and each can- fnnfp^t nf F,h
te has been assigned a number by
h she win be known in the vot- A11 imliciltions po
Richland county as host during
State Fair, has entered no candi- - large attendance
in this contest, but nearly every ing State fair. D. I
r county in the State is repre- 0f the fair associa
no time has there <
very reader of this newspaper is . . to
fill in the voting couponise pressure fo.
the opposite page. designating space allotments,
ce by number, signing his or her In addition to thi
ie and address and mailing the counties are taking
so as to reach the Columbia assembling Hoats fo
ruber of Commerce not later than are planning to brii
. m., October 2 3, at which hour Columbia fair week
contest will close and the votes be ceding year. It is
ated. I ed that the attenda
l/MlTTvO to 100,000 persons against a
vL/VYLJ^ attendance of about 65,000.
The most attractive featur
i TTj1 |7 k IIJ year will be the harvest jubib
Pi. 1 H lAllV bration, which is to be held
nootinn with thA fnir. This W
vide an angle of local interest i
tically all counties in the Stj
fn Seneral Plan beinS to have on<
cuiticu iu uc lady from each county nomim
YQQ the harvest queen contest. F
* sections of the State unusual
has been manifested in this r
TO\T\ PV Parture from the convention;
V Alv I programme, and a bond of i
relationship lias been thus csta
Following the coronation cer
Departure in Monday evening a dance is to 1
" at the capitol in the Queen's Y
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mUHIC V*Uttil 1 H'tl > kX'in uuji, v/A . .,.
;plv Tntprpct Another potent drawing car
* schedule of gridiron contests.
. . . , bill in football has been scl
to an unusual- Hve ?amcs (0 be played ,n c
at the approach- that week. Though the stru;
Etird, secretary supremacy between Clemson a
tion, says that at i ?lina wil1 be largely the focusii
' / in interest, the games of mi
)\er been such in- portancc will be followed wit
r concessions and ing degrees of enthusiasm a:
port. Porter Military acade:
i-o. more cities and Baylor Preparatory school ol
an active part in ville, Tenn., play the initial
r the parades, and Tuesday noon. On Wednest
lg special trains to Presbyterian College of Soutl
than on any pre- Una and the Citadel clash, wi
generally predict- j olina and Clemson meeti
,nce will run close ! Thursday. Underclassmen fi
Pr 1 l? ^ Jfl &
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normal two latter institutions also meet in
Columbia that week. Carolina has
e this a third same scheduled with Davidson
ic cele- for Friday.
in con- On three days three events in
ill pro- horse racing- will hold the cards. Two
n prac- of the purses each day are for $200
ite, the I each, with a third of $150. A saddle
2 young 1 stake of $50 was recently appropriited
for ated, together with a model class prerom
all mium of $40.
lew de- Everybody Will Parade.
al fair ! The natural resource parade Wedntimate
: nesdav afternoon will be of extrablished.
( ordinary comprehensiveness. Se%'enemonies
; teen counties have pledged floats as
je given i well as six or seven cities. Many of
lonor. j the floats are being built in Coall.
j lumbia. and are designed to interpret
d is the j accurately the natural and industrial
A full ; resources of the State. An attempt
icduled. | is being made to have the "floats" ot"
olumbia j artistic beauty in design, as well as
*gle for representative of the State's wealth
nd Car- I of natural resources.
point | "South Carolina day" is to be oDnor
im- | served the following afternoon. This
h vary- parade will be the huge caravan ol
nd sup- the week. In this the trades display
my and floats will be a distinct feature, as
Knox- Columbia's business enterprises are to
game be represented in the lineup.
Jay the The State militia has been invited
h Caro- to participate in the week's festivities
ith Car- and will greatly enlarge the body o'
ng- on the parades. Sixteen companies of
rom the the Nation*! Guard will camp in
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Columbia during the week, as well as
a contingent of coast artillery from
Fort Moultrie. .Military day is to be
full of athletic events, to be engaged
in by the members of the different
companies. Supplemental to this are
also to be competitive drills, dr?*sf>
parades and other activities.
Boys' and Girls* Clubs Coming.
Corn club boys and tomato club
girls will al.so hold a prominent place
in the week's programme. In addition
to the attractive booths at the
fair grounds, which will display the
! re ults of the year's efforts, the per
sonnel of these groups win iaKe an
; active part in the parades. The coi n
: club boys will compete for $68 in
| cash prizes. They will also march in
the parades, dressed so as to emphasize
the harvest season idea, witn
their palmetto hats and overalls ami
with red bandanas about their necks.
The bread making contests b\ the
girls and the displays of canned
goods and pickles will also be ol iD
The mayor of Columbia is to ten
der a breakfast to all visiting mayors.
Newspaper men from all s ctions of
: the State are to hold an informal
meeting. A convention of horsemen
has been called, and numerous other
bodies will be assembled. One organization.
which will be largely rep
resented, will be the South Carolina
' Federation of Labor, which will asi