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RED CROSS ROLL CALL
NOVEMBER 11 TO 30
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Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 7.?On xhe eve;
of the national convention of the
American Red Cross, which opens at
Washington Monday with delegates
from chapters in all parts of the
country attending, national headquarters
announces that Harry *L.
Hopkins, manager of the Southern
division, that a preliminary survey in
relation to the annual roil call indicates
that the present more than
4.000,000 membership enrollment of;
the Red Cross will be maintained for :
From reports sent in by the six ;
divisions of the organization it >
v. forecast that there will be a wide-!
spread revival o? the war-time en-1
' thusiasm for enrollment of members;'
CjJ that hundred?? of volunteer work-!
of rhe war years, when there was!'
buih up the largest membership ever'
<*therec! into such an organization in i 2
la? world's history, are coming back'"
* znxo the work, giving: their service to ' '<
continue in peace the achievement*-;?
of the American Red Cross in w;rJ (
The Southern divysion will show a |:
membership strength of 200,000 and!*
more when all reports are in. Mr.!
Hopkins predicted today. Field rep-'r
yesentatives of the Red Cross report ^ r
that many chapters which did splen-. 1
did war. work are coming back inter-.
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?ank of Newberry'7
pirit and prompt,
ice you would exern
is prevail here
Bank of Newberry
ind Variety Store
line of books
tad Variety Store
ig Men's Tailor
RESSING, DR Y
Opposite Newberry Hotel
iMER & CO.
g and Furnishings
ill is now in operation,
iers Oil Mill
Stop in and examine?nay new
on, The Tailor
, Shoes, Hats
the wcrk with renewed vigor. State:
in the Southern division are Alabama,
Florida, Georgia, Mississippi
North and South Carolina and Tennessee.
The roll caii which will begin Armistice
day, November 11, and close
with Thanksgiving1 day, Novembei
SO, will marshal forces throughout
the world under the slogan, "Every
American Everywhere a Member oi
the Kea Lross. Under tne-leadership
of John Barton Payne, chairman
of the American Red Cross, it
is to be an intensive campaign from
start to finish, that the organization
may maintain its strength to carry
out the obligations laid upon it by its
c ongressional eh a rter.
The direct appeal for members is
to be made for support of work in
homes ai^d in hospitals for disabled
ex-service men and their families,
for which some $10,000,000 will be
?pent this year in work the government
is not authorized to do and for
vliith no government funds are available.
This work is jroing on in vir:u~Ily
every community in the Unitid
Stages. through individual and
sympathetic contact with the veterms
by chapter workers.
Three 'other important duiie? are
ilso emphasized in the Red Cross
>rogram of activities?public health
iurs:ng service for rural communities
vhere adequate health facilities are
Property is as valuable
munity where there are nc
hardly deserves the name,
borhood his first question i
pie are judged by their chi
same way. The richest sta
fhev rre rich. It is the wa
power. It makes capacity
munity you add to its wea
living. It surely quickens
achievement, and when voi
business values. Ecfucatiol
Regular attenrance at ?
You Are Wei
Jno. C. Goggans, Jr. V
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All of our drinks are ma
Sugar Syrups, and bottled i
plant in sterilized bottles.
Newberry, S. C
a shipment of Holmes
; every day there is non
from $8 for a 26-piece
Vases, Candle Sticks,'
5 lacking1; preparedness for relief in
- disaster, famine, flood epidcmic; and
, the work of the junior Red Cross at
home and abroad in building up
among children everywhere a spirit
. of mutual trust and confidence and
? the will for unselfish service. These
are the outstanding Red Cross ser;
vices in a program which includes
widespread instruction in home hy'
giene and care of the sick, in nutri,'
tion, general health conservation,
. first aid. water life saving, production
of Braille for the blind and the
| vast production of clothing for the
needy at home and overse' bv chapi
A r.e'.v field of action in the ap|
proachir.g campaign will be a roll call
j on the high seas designed to register
i members on every ship afloat or in
the ports of the world in which mer!
chant marine companies and ship
i captains have been enlisted and the
cooperation of the U. S. navy "aepart-;
i men: obtained. The campaign in'the
i insular possessions and in foreign j
chapters is also definitely planned;
; vvi;*' the view of increasing the en-i
In joining the Red Cross this year
! the new member, as well as the old j
| member renewing his membership, j
, will receive a certificate of member-j
i shin designed to fit a purse or card j
| case in addition to the white button j
bearing the symbolic cross in red.'
as it is desirable, and nobody d
) schools or where the school is
Whenever a man thinks of mo^
s about the churches, his second
urches and by their schools. Proi
ites are those who spend most f
iy they become rich. For educs
, and where you add to the total
,1th and its property. Educatior
their ambition. It surely con&sr;
a do that you enhance values?li
1 pays. -
Sunday School and church servic
come At Our Lo
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I See our lin
. p Millinery
nc Co. ix.
1206 Main St.
de with Cane
in a sanitary v/OIIipl6u
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That the sysl
adopted by the
is hoped that th
IIQ* v venience to our
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still receive "Ca
cost which our c
& Edwards Silverware,
e better. The prices will
ehest to ?25. Also a lot
Baby Sets, Bowls and otl
^rc r\Di tr* cti
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This certificate is the stub of a filing
card adopted by the Red CrooS for
the first complete system of registration.of
members in all the 3,300
active chapters. Thy cards containing
names, addresses and classes of
membership will be retained as permanent
records by the chapters and
as lists whereby it will be possible in
the future for the Red Cross to keep
j in touch with its members for all
' emergencies, whether local, state or
! A series of posters impressively
visualiing the work of the American
, Red Cross have been designed by
j well known artists and these will be
! displayed in every nook and corner |
j of the country. A special poster has j
i. also been designed for use by the
[chapters overseas. A Red Cross j
worker's badge, new in this cam- j
, paign, will identify the solicitors in i
' the roll call.
The outlook for an increase in!
membership, it was unanimously;
agreed at a recent conference of Red;
Cross managers at Washington, is!
extremely bright because of the prospect
of improved commercial and in-1
dustrial conditions everywhere and;
because the public at large is now
better informed as to the peace time
obligations the Red Cross is carrying
Tiie keynote among tlse chapters is
organization for the most efficient
? & ?
esires property in a comso
poorly provided for it
ring into a town or neighis
about the schools;. Peo>erty
is valued much in the
or education, not because
ition increases production
capacity of a state or com1
helps people to make a
3 on them the power of
fe values, land values, and
es is a part of Christian ed
le of Coats and Coatsuits
of the Best Style and
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e Home Furnishers j
k if not as rejiresented.
Lcm of I^ree Delivery has bepn
"No Salesmen Grocery Shop." It
is additional service will be a con
the prices remain unchanged, you
rryteria Quality" at the usual low
ash system makes possible.
For your table usesurprise
you, ranging ;
of Sterling Silver Bud ;
ler single pieces.
enrollment ever recorded by the Red
. Cross, many of the chapters adopting
| the residential canvass plan by vol;
unteer workers which in numerous
(cities last.year proved successful in
adding thousands of members to the
j roll. The members of the American
Red Cross are modern minute men
i and women,* the greatest proved
reserve for relief the world has ever
seen. In the roll call task the chap!
ters have pledged themselves to
J maintain this reserve at its highest
j possible level.
MAJOR J. F. J. CALDWELL
TO ADDRESS TEACHERS
County Association to Be Organized
For Work of Session?Meeting
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IrfdSl JdlUIU^ Y Vtwwct
The teachers of the county are
requested to meet at the Newberry
high school auditorium on the last
Saturday in October, being the
28th day of the month. The purpose
of the meeting is to reorganize
the county teachers association for
the work of the present school session.
It is earnestly desired and urgent-;
ly requested that every teacher in the;
county attend this meeting. I. sin-('
cerely trust that every teacher in
schools of Newberry county is suf-|
ficiently interested in his or her work'
From the asl.es of the i
bigger, and move able lo pro
EVERYTHING io build the h<
P-G Paints are better.
The J. W. K:
vv noiesaie m(
Call on your merchant f<
Rebel Girl Flouirs.
Jusi Feeds, Granola, Dain
Tobaccos, Cigarettes, and i
Any article usually found i
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we sen 10 mercnants only.
The right spirit?plus am]
The Bank of
You W3JI find here the coui
a right to expect.
IILi'ff I Ul>
car to buy.
Call in io [his New For
5i ealy Mo
to be willing to spcn<! cr.? hour e.-.ch
month in meeting together -and cx7
changing ideas and getting acquainted
WiL.; 0-iO L.iUilv!.
Dr. J. F. J. Caldwell, the scholar
and historian, who has but recently
written a poem in celebration of his
85th birthday, has kindly consented!
at my request to deliver a lecture on j
the life of some one or more of the
Drominent men cf the past either ofj
the state or natives of Newberry j
county. I suggested that he give us
a lecture on John C. Calhoun whom
he knew personally, but the subject
is left to him.
It seems to me that it would be
helpful to the teachers of the county
to study the * lives of some of the
great men of the past. South Carolina
h'-s a long list of men who made
history not only for their own state
but for the nation. The teachers can
take back to the school room the information
they get from a study of
these great characters in histoiy and
give it to the children. My experience
and observation is that our people
are woefully lacking in a knowledge
not only of their state but of
fViai-i* rtii-n r? r\ in iv? n n i f v ti n r? Prtimtv
vii^rn vy ?? i i \.viiiiUMiiivj v w vj .
Let us study for one hour together'
some of these great characters in our
sE. H. Aull,
Superintendent of Education.
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DFFEE ROASTERS 2
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Ana iseaiers in ^
Spices,, Extracts, Tobacco,
Cigars, Etc. ?
[tors for "KLIM" Powdered
Peanut Butter Makers ?
the Rear, Good Things to Eat
EO. W. CROMER, Prop. ?
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Proscsrity, S. C. 9
WILL GO TO BOSTON
. The Rev. John Rideout Resigns in
i Aiken, Sept. 29.?The Rev. John
i Rideout, rector of St. Thaddeus Epis!
copal church, has tendered his resi^!
nation, and the same has been accepted.
The Rev. Mr. Rideout has
i served $t. Thaddeus'.as rector for the
past five years, filling the vacancy
made oy the resignation made by the
late R. C. Jeter. While here he has
made many warm friends of all denominations.
and has taken a prominent
par'; in the social life of the
community. The Rev. Mr. Ridcout i
has accepted a place as one of the associate
lectors of Trinity church of
Boston, of which Dr. Mann is rcctor.
There are four associates. The vestry
of St. Thaddeus' has accepted the
rtev. iVir. Kiaeours resignation wicn
regret. He will take leave of Aiken
in the near future. The Rev. Mr.
Eideout came to Aiken in 1916 from
San Antonio, Texas.
Peace would soon be restored in
Ireland if the Irish agitators in th;s
country couid be demobilized.
Germany has Jef ir; ht'r upavation
payment5?, and there seems to
be no coiui In which she can be sued.