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. 4.M P -h
Supply Every Elemen
No wonder so many chicks
They get too much food f
heat, and not enough material t<
nerves, vital organs, muscles
are guaranteed to supsly An
growing needs. They cOtstan
the pstcin and rninerale-co
.efncient In grain feedo.
If Chicken Chowder and
Baby Chick Chow don't
make your chicks devel
op twice as fasi during
the first six weeks, as
when fed grains, you get
your money back.
CAMP FIRE GIRLS
HAYE BIG OUTING
After looking forward to a camp for
this summer and making plans for it
ever since we were organized in the
winter, 20 girls in high glee and en
thusiasm met at the school house Sat
urday morning, 28th (lay of the Song
Moon, with all their tents, blankets,
and dinner pans ready for the drive
to Tindals Mill Pond where the Camp
site was located. After a very suc
eessful trip, with the generous hell)
of Messrs Barron, Lesesne, Bradham,
and' Sprott the tents were pitched and
the girls eagerly arranged their cots
for the night.
Having supper on the way toward
preparation for a very hungry group
of 26, and Camp arranged for the
night everybody seized bathing suits
and were- off for a swim. Then that
first meal in the open, great out-of
doors, none ever tasted better, and
the girls exhibited very convincing
proof that they would keep the cooks
oon the job.
The following Camp schedule was
nailed to a large pine tree and the
real camp activities began:
7:00 a. m. Rising Bugle.
, 7:10 to 7:30 Setting Up Exercises.
7':30 to 7:50 Swim.
9.30 Morning Sing and Tent Inspec
10:00 to 11:00 Craft, Hour.
1:30 to 2:30 Rest lour- -Sleep.
2:30 to 3:30 Quiet.
15:00 to 6:00 Swim.
7.0Camp Fire Hour.
9:30 Lights Out and Quiet.
There were only four rules of Camp
id the whole program was based on
* e honor systen because one of the
~seven lawvs of Campj Fire being "Be
Trustworthy"' the girls were the guar
dians of their own consciences. The
ftr rules wvere these:
1. P'rompt and cheerful ohedience
to the Gutardian~ andl~ the Camp Coun
4 A griculture, (Seven Majors)
T lctrical. Engineering.
*ndu lstrial Eduicat Ion.
4h SUMMER SCHOOL
June 13-July 23
- Cottan Graders
Removal of Entra,,ce Conditions
eAgrlcultural Club Boys.
A 0. T1. C.-Clemson is a miem
udl~ents receive financial assi
g the junior ar d senior class<
~4'. THE REGI
or energy and
build bones, Feed
(CHICK~ FEED) r
-y and Feed Co.
2. Do not leave Camp without per
3. No swimming without permis
4. No eating between meals.
The girls were urged especially to
follow the Law of the Fire every day
developing the fine qualities of co
operation and team work, respect for
all, and unselfishness, and the big
things the organization stands for.
The sixth point of the Law being
"Glorify Work," the entire work of
the Camp was taken in charge by the
girls and we learned the proof to the
old saying that "Many hands make
Sunday night. 29th day of Song
Moon, a Sunday Council Fire was
held; Monday, 30th day' of Song
Moon, another tent was found which
relieved the crowded condition of the
other tents and provided shelter for
some who had been sleeping entirely
out of tents.
Wednesday, 31st day of Song
Moon, was stunt night, so all (lay
groups of girls were planning to
gether for their stunts with Which to
entertain the boys who eane out to
be with us that night. The first ntunt
was a mock double wedding, one bride
wearing a veil, tile other a short
dress and socks; the ring ceremony
If you buy them direct from t
save the middle men, or agent's 1
miental work, and enn give you ti
prices. It will he to your interes
We also sell and1 erect iron fe
-l. I'. COMMAN
Drop us a cardl and the manm
O N C O
30LLEGE of ENGINEERU!
W, M. RIGGS, President
P1LANTl OVER $2,3 00,000.00. EN hoOL
UND)ER STlIRCTl MlII,ITA ltY' lISCII'
VA LUE OF A TECh N ICA I
A technical edhucation is the best
iisuiranice' against hard timijes. In
earning capacity, it may eqnual an
estate of $50,000. F1or tile untruuin
ed1 are the positions~ of poverty and
Time are0 h10 ard in SouthI Caron
lin, but the cost of an edlucation
at Clemson College is comp~arativ'e
ly low,- sufficiently low to be wvith
in the reach (of any ambitious
young man in South Carolina.
Scholarships, free tuition and(
the payment b~y the United States
Government to R. 0. TV. C. students,
still further reduce the cost.
D~o not allowv the finiancial (difli
culties to keep you from entering
college this fall to prepare yourself
for the opportunities that lie
ber of the senior dliv ision (of the Reserve
stalnet. from thle Fedeoral Government, t
ULL, INFORMATI ON WRITE OR
STRAR, CLEMSON, COLI
VIILL RE CONSIDRRE IN TiR Ourn
was used the ring befig brought in
on a large cabbage- 1ead and just be
fore the coremony-tle groom, in tears,
read a very impressive proposal to
his bride, which proposa. created a
great (leal of morriment; the second
stunt was a famous class In gymnas
tics brought down for the-occasion by
a teacher who gave some of the com
mands from the latest training school,
third, came a very romark-able human
piano which sang, "The Long Long
rrail," as it i:.s never been heard be
fore; fourth, was a dialog between a
Camp Fire Girl and her Guardian as
they wele on a night's trip to a moup
tain top; this fifth number was a
Ukelele Miistrel which came after
supr ad accompanied the girls
when they sang their Camp Fire
Songs. We had a bountiful supper of
boiled peanuts, lemonade, and cake
and all along a joyous time which we
were loath to give up when nine
o'clock came aid the boys bade us
Thursday and Friday evei)rbody
was busy working toward the big
final Council Firo which would mark
the close of the regular Camp pro
gram, to this Council we gave special
invitation to our parents.
The third night of the Rose Moon,
just as it was growing dark the girls
(dressed in their Ceremonial Govns,
answering to the call of Wohelo given
by the Guardian, lighted their torches
and marched to the Council Fire,
singing "America The Beautiful."
Then followed the Fire Lighting
Ceremony, Hand Sign of Fire, Burnt
Fire Burn, Ode to Fire, Wohelo Cheer.
The Rosary sung by a quartette, and
then the reading of the counts tell
ing of the Camp Fire activities of the
week. All the girls then stood and
rededicated themselves to Camp Fire
by giving the "Rededication of the
Camp Fire Girl."
Corrine McKelvey who was absent
from the last Ceremonial was received
as a member of the Yallani Camp Fire
and Mrs. Easley after being received
as a member of Camp Fire was pre
sented by the girls wfth the Camp
Fire ring an( received her first rank
as Woodgatherer after which she was
commissioned to take the Yallani
Cam) Fire for the summer. rhe
Camp Fires then sang Wohelo for
Aye," after this song the following
girls received their ranks as Wood
gatherers, the Canip Fire name an(l
meaning following the name of each
Mary Lou Bradley, Iyegn, Sparkle
Ruby Bulla--Tinish ka---Setting
Aniie May McCrady f an hute. -
Roots of Trees.
Sara E. McKelvey--Litahni--I ittle
it 'lie in the night.
Elizabeth Richardson-Yaonihan -t
Virgiiia Bradham - Dabinawa
\ irgintia Coffey --A tongons- I.it tie
Mary - [aner-Cikudeska---Song
Mattie Horton--Wahantoka-To do
diflicult things Well for some one else
The Charter was thu shoni by the
Guardian and the synibols explained,
after that explanation the Guard ian
gave a talk about the ianitig of
Camp Fire, the purpose of the Camp,
and where it had failed o. succeeded,
then made an earnest plea for sup
port anl co-operation from the par
he ma tu factre r, by so do ing you
>rofit. We buaid our011 owtn mfonu
( be st of wior k at reasonablehh
L to ge t ou rices ( befor e yiou buy.
and Mantel Co.
IDER, Pro pr ietor
R, S. C.
ger' will call. I
41G and AGRICULTURE
SCIIOhARSIIPs AND) EXAilI
dre ant tmd sevetty for- -yeara scholar-*
ships in the Agrictltuoral and Tex
tile Cour'ses. Eaich schiolarship
meanitts $4100 to help paty expenses
tandt $160 for touition a ppor'tionted
equjially over' the foutr yea rs.
Also fifty- two schiolar shi ps ini
the One Year' A gricultutral Coutrse,
these schohatrships atre worth $100
and tuition of $40. The scholar
ships must be woni by competitive
examinaitions which arie held by
each County Super itend ient of Ed
ucation on JIuly 8th. It is worth
your while to tray for one of these
Credit for examoi natin pa11 hrssed
at the county seat will lie given to
those wvho are not applying fotr
scholarships but for etntran(e.
Officers Training Corps. All R. 0.
his teaching about $200 Per year
EGE, S. C.
II I - I , E
Dodge Brothers Motor Car is
noted for its strength and sturdi
ness and the infrequency with
which it requires repair.
It is always ready, for long trips or
short ones, and equally at home
on paved streets or mud roads.
The gasoliie coiinumption is unusuall low
The tire mileage is unusually hi gh
J. H. McCOLLUM,
Sumter, S. C.
ents and everybody who was interest- and Mr. Easley meant to us on th
ed so that Cam p Fire would come tO tt Tlo ANlXVe SN Wtkio
be a powor for goiod for the girls of .a o enon ed
Mantning ( amp [-ire symbol was givenl M 3.On iitecr i .
Malmie Johnlsonl for he r lovel.I servj W hyv arv so Iniany people coming t
ITonr' heads were awarded all the in the Jkitchet n for we ha us f\r H(siness Train in ? The a nswer
girls for- the things which they had pledni easy. They receive the right kind
done since the last Council Fire, next public dentrtatiotof inst uction from the right kind of
the sptecial honlors which Wre stencil- ,, , instructor". What pleass thehl will
edonlethr er gve t toshgrl .iagin thenl expressedl inl b)'- pesyo. Try it. All reguilar
wh ol luther were givel to those irI , hf o),I ile Caittp 1i ie ourY heartiest cours'-s tatgh t by mail alko.
whlo had wtoni spee;10 110niis dti'IIH rt ha k an ll)1kt0It)altoe rl.ls o.ifl-aiII
Ckimp. To all those wh(t had kept the thin and a ppec iat ion to all those Wite us for information
rules of C a p and had fulfilled the who M i r kiak hth ani a success;
following requ i reent'its were given1 t1 hel pln B tai' the ( Ilp and s frR H '
ihiiedt honors whirh could be re(iv- nel e l tte e gions and put
ed on Camtp, thtese honors wvet'e lfl1 tt' upt th tenblr~, mi ;\tlny. C, N. BUSINESS COLLEGE
Itentter ones having stene(lled ont themi proett (0l: thteL' prteclton the firist Pthotne 951 (Columbtia, S. C.
the two symbols or the two Camp nitatsit Itoi ( 'ampt, lthe .\litht..is and Wn. l.yke~sJ .l y. W. Lyke
Iies The requireentstt of these ia-scr h i inttertest a ni "atIs,'' _______________________________
hoor er.i r, antd .\lrs. Ea olou whoi se k~iti indnese
. Deo - ti to meaal e(Vi' *fo~g. andl NIz. anoi me'----. ...,
~ ftetl. l ~.l'th- lr he.t vttl rothiIlntmetoollngttt.heuiriili ei,,niderful yti i llhelp~II~
( i t i 1v -tle-r onet hair iymatiit inie SKcIN TRU LES
5.ol K ae resthou.Weeeiureemhab
7. itta a lantternt. in-n'tts . goodnli t i 1, sptrl t m Eczema, tir ami .' ir affec
8. lButild iight kindis of lines. itight ot our Camp inith Grea out ir s 1hOto! Ie . 1 a through
9. lIt' Qtel hei tre 7 ::t andlti af~ ef-dotorts antd "'Niay Ithe Ilesso~ns we'. he ''od. OuIide * ooicacions
11. itoar to simtc It'hee new 1 m t 'IThe fact t hat onily tirei gtrt i. C" t ita. i veil& . . i as tr ul -
12 ea square~l knohetuattilCm tt'liit live mns. wvhiie shtows what ant intiest tIo . ils or over 60 year~s
I:1. lelit cleani camptll. hm-te it'ntam lFire; sit when satur.- For Sit-ru
14. Cook onie day. day miotrning, l-lt day of' Rose Moon, tvaietl ii.uit U teu
1I Obtey the law of the Fir'e e'very I'. IIine ( iveybodi y le'ft with a fetling "''"' C I ' tl ~
d v. that the C amttp Ya wahee haul beeni' Ge .
16i. Ma~ke a couniit IBook. i'n-a;t succ'ess which wais all due tt ouir
htiu,-<s if Its left ('amptj with the wisht that w'e
111 he girl who lliil- thest' ripitre- coi stay a ftew lays lomrer~t ant m-e
Lula Ri ihby,e:rs. :IC'ley, m tl li aM'e Ra!Eh h<apStandard for Over Fifty Y'ea -
Toi te g~ iltt omutle the best munilil
twit Camitp irites was' atlsto given ia~u ~ m ~ m~ mnnu.E
Th olwn il eegiven a~* Lv e ilJ m tid fe
liea tlt honor fori tntt e'atintg beltween
I rowni, ( e-rtrutde Ghee, and LutlaUi t ~ IV'S en l il tI tI~an f 2
saria l' . M Keilvey' irecei veild it tin. hon
or for I the grealtes. t improtvt'eentt n / isIiht1u (1 saHw) Wt n( ih t
swimingit andrl b~i eintg the netenti ~tIn O $9.0 th ik C)'(~1 ''1a
itirilln <amp I. l,izabelth spriit for
'tohe et Count Book anid for the bestN l('WI'J1i(. v''on'i ui'ictit ith U
(Camtp Ieiret spir'it, and for be'iing thIe
mtost htel pr'u git'l inl Camp. Ont el of u .V 8 ta n l ''tlI8*~OII~1OlC' t -
the' honlors for' being thie mtt'l helpful* vl(1(e ies8(I nayIdYin1plnma (
Grdev''n t'muiiih sihe wais not ale ii~di11 ita yaI '8' t Pp 5 o. I)~
to attendt~ Camtt, except ftr ont' te layC ynainlogniztin lhM S8ge
she ptut first tintgs lirst anidi id it* o1lo' niyfra ew ie mc ho~iJ dt
withI sucht chele futlntess site slit.willd th*(eii(1 l
best kittd it' (Camtt Fire spirit.
Theli lio for the best all rountd *W ' 1 rt (
HIioors for tih, best kepIt lti'nts wvetreCaoiao,
givent Lula Rigby, Satra E. Mc(Ielvi'e,
andCoinelcKelvey, hontors for the ih
best heln in the kitchen werie given'i
Elizatbeth Spr'ott, Mildred Snaith, andlU itibtr
Lutla Rlgby. 17Mi tetLuiiug .C
A special hontor beating her name
and symbol was given Mrs. Easieya
a tokn ofappreiatin forwhiiasho EEKU