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1845 A Family Newspaper.--Devoted to Local and General Intelligence, Agriculture and Advertising.--Independent on all Subjects. Subscription:--In Caroline, $1.00 per Annum, in Advance; Out of County, $1.50. IMf VOL. 92. DENTON, MARYLAND^ SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 17, 1938. One show every nite at 8 p. m. except Thursday and Saturday, 2 shows at 7 9 Fri. Sat., September 16 17 ^1B! uENTON, THEATRE - - MARYLAND Two Shows Niglitty 7 9 Friday Last Day 'amuet, C/fotauntn RY COOPER ventures JVIarcb Rilol Saturday, September 17 NO. 51 Official Democratic Primary Election Returns As Canvassed Wednesday g CANDIDATES a 5 * o U 1^ PM I * For Governor -William S. Gordy, 1st Choice Howard W. Jackson, 2nd Choice st -- Henderso n IH 201 14 nd -- Greensboro -- N 186 20 nd -- Greensbor o -- w 140 5 en I O o ? PS 169 13 -s I o *4 w 103 4 ·o w 1 171 10 13 I 13 u 1 eg 93 9 ] 1 *» 221 13 th -- Preston -- N 1 138 10 ;h -- Fe d e r alsburg - 183 6 h -- Federalsburg - 1Q 118 6 o ! 0 110 10 g Q *f o 100 2 I t t 101 5 1 I 15 1 £ f "^ - 1 1 "o fi i oo £H PL, 81 192 2307 3 5 134 Caroline High School Now Running On New Schedule First Chapter Monday, Tuesday Wednesday ,.* ton HOLLYWOOD; Thursday, September 22 It Pays to go to the Ridgely Theatre * WILLIAM BOYD v|| RUSSELL HAYDEN*GWBi GAZE GEORGE HAYES -PAUL SUTTON PAT O'BRIFH. JOHN BEACH Added--Our Gang Comedy, Musical Comedy, Cartoon News. Mon. Tues., Sept. 19 20 JAMES ELLISON BEULHHBONDI CHARLES COBURN i«.(Aoionciu« A George Sterexi Production. Paadn S. Herman la charge at production. Screen plaf br P. 1. Wolltau and Erant Pagaaa^ Added-Crime Does Not Pay Series Wednesday, September 21 lt Pays to go to the Dentonia Theatr* For Rent Residence at 802 Market street, Denton. 5 rooms and bath, all conveniences. REV. A. A. PRICE, Denton, Md. (9-10-tf) . For Sale or Rent Semi-bungalow, with all modern conveniences, on 2nd street, Denton. | Poaaession, October 1. H. C. .WRIGHT, (9-10-tf) Denton, Md. HIS MOST AMAZING ADVENTUREl Herbert R. O'Conor, 2nd Choice Lansdale G. Sasscer, 2nd Choice Howard W. Jackson, 1st Choice William S. Gordy, 2nd Choice Herbert R. O'Conor, 2nd Choice Lansdale G. Sasscer, 2nd Choice Herbert R. O'Conor, 1st Choice William S. Gordy, 2nd Choice Howard W. Jackson, 2nd Choice Lansdale G. Sasscer, 2nd Choice Lansdale G. Sasscer, 1st Choice William S. Gordy, 2nd Choice Howard W. Jackson, 2nd Choice Herbert R. O'Conor, 2nd Choice For United States Senator- Arthur E. Hungerford, 1st Choice David J. Lewis, 2nd Choice Millard E. Tydings, 2nd Choice David J. Lewifi, 1st Choice . Arthur E. Hungerford, 2nd Choice Millard E. Tydings, 2nd Choice Millard E. Tydings, 1st Choice Arthur E. Hungerford, 2nd Choice David J. Lewis, 2nd Choice For Attorney General-Omar D, Crothers, 1st Choice John B. Gontrum 2nd Choice Willis R. Jones, 2nd Choice William C. Walsh, 2nd Choice John B. Gontrum, 1st Choice Omar D. Crothers, 2nd Choice Willis R. Jones, 2nd Choice William C. Walsh, 2nd Choice Willis R. Jones, 1st Choice Omar D Crothers, 2nd Choice John B. Gontrum, 2nd Choice William C. Walsh, 2nd Choice William C. Walsh, 1st Choice Omar D Crothers, 2nd Choice John B Gontrum, 2nd Choice Willis R. Jones, 2nd Choice For Comptroller of the Treasury-Daniel H. Carroll of P., 1st Choice J. Millard Tawes, 2nd-Choice P. Watson Webb, 2nd Choice P. Watson Webb, 2nd Choice P. Watson Webb, 1st Choice Daniel H. Carroll of P., 2nd Choice J. Millard Tawes, 2nd Choice For Clerk of the Court of Appeals-Elizabeth R. Menefee James A. Young For State Senate-Alva F. Blades Harry H. Rieck A. Fletcher Sisk ,' For House of Delegates-- 11 12 34 5 21 3 4 1 51 11 0 0 9 1 1 161 5 4 125 6 6 116 3 3 20 1 1 0 C8 1 0 3 36 2 0 2 34 3 2 12 66 1 4 38 188 14 153 117 9 12 49 8 46 8 1 0 11 1 O 1 0 0 142 9 7 141 8 S 19 2 2 o 89 4 2 3 26 0 0 0 25 4 0 79 1 10 51 157 23 163 82 V .. | ;. AHEAD Xke American System With but 656 of tKe world's area and 756 of its population, we own 8056 of oil automobiles, 6056 of all telephone and telegraph facilities and control over half of the world's electric energy, We consume 7256 of the world's silk. 6056 of fts erode petroleum and 5656 of its rubber. We produce 7058 of the oil, 6056 of the wheat and cotton, and 5056 of the copper and pig iron of the globe. The list is long and impressive. This bank pledges its continued efforts in the further development of our American system, which has given us the highest standard of Irving in the world. The Denton ^National Bank ^Maryland Denton Mcmer Federal Rexrra Sfttem Marc Bryant Calvert C. Merriken W. Edmond Neal John H. Price For County Treasurer-T. Mark Breeding Fred E. Covey , H. Saulsbnry Sparks iTamea W. Thawley For Clerk of the Circuit Court-Wayne A. Cawley J. Frank Lane Paul H. Roe For County Commissioners-J. Calvin Bettg William L. De Ford Richard W. Engle William M. Garey S. Walter Lyden Austin R. Murphy Harry L. Sullivan H. Roland Towers For Register of .Wills-J. Carroll George C. Harvey Towers Carlton V. West For Judges of the Orphans' Court-Jesse T. Dennis E. Lloyd Fooks Luther W. Handy Bert R. Kaler James F. Stack For Sheriff- William E. Andrew ' William F. Jackson Ira D. Lewis William H. Neal Guerney H. Tarbutton For State Central Committee-Richard W. Beaven 1 George W.' Beck J. DeWeese Carter W. Foster Clark \ Allison H. Covey Russel Hallowell Harry M. Hollis Linwood 0. Jarrell Iva Jones Elmer T. Orme Tola O. Smith Annie F. Stevenson Clara W. 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Murphy Class Reporters: Senior--Sylvia Secse and Grac Gelletly. Junior--Bill White. Sophomore--Mae Fifield. Freshmen--Bruce Andrews. 7th Grade--Louise Chaffinch. Boy's Athletics--Robert Moore. Girl's Athletics--Elaine Greaves. Alumni Reporter--Frances Smith. Typist--Irma Henzen. This Year's Motto There's an old saying to the effect that "Opportunity knocks but once.' This doesn't seem to be the case in High School because each year we go back to school with the chance to gain more knowledge than the year before. September 7 started a new year with a new principal and several new teachers who are willing to help us to improve our scholastic record. We should each cooperate with the entire faculty and strive to get the most out of every opportunity that is offered us. Let our motto for this year be--"Onward to Scholastic Achievements." Welcome On our faculty this year are several new members. We wish to take this opportunity to express a hearty welcome to them. Mr. Crouse--Principal, teacher of General Science. Came 'from Federalsburg High School. Was a former graduate of Caroline High School and also a member of the faculty. Mr. Lee--Teaches Advanced Algebra, Economic Geography, Physical Home Economics and Manual Arts rooms. But who is this next to Miss Ford's room? Why it's Mrs. Rairigh with her seventh graderu, who feel quite grown up because they are up with the High School. If you are looking for Mr. Ramsburg you will probably find him in his room in the corner on the main floor, next to the teachers', room. If you are still lost, you'd better stop and ask someone the directions to yonr intended destination. The faculty was pleasantly entertained the afternoon of the first day of school by our new principal, Mr. Crouse, in the Home Economics room. After the refreshments were served, Lhere was a regular meeting. · One :eachcr was heard to remark that she hoped there would be more faculty meetings like this one. This year, Caroline High wishes to announce the addition of two new subjects on our schedule. One of our new teachers, Mt. Lee, -will teach Economic Geography, while Miss Jtratman will teach Vocational Home Economics. The following teachers went to Summer School this summer: Mr. and ilrs. Ramsburg, Mr. Stull and Miss Short. The Juniors and Seniors were great- y disappointed to hear that they wouldn't take French from Mn. lughes this year. Nevertheless, they ' ope to have a good year with Miss ipicer as their teacher. Good luck, 'rench classes. This year our enrollment is up retty high. There are 142 grammar grade students and 280 in grades 7 Education, History H. He graduated to 11. The 6 post graduates last year from Maryland. the University of 40 116 270 30 30 1532 38 162 1035 17 112 687 1932 1346 27 2Sft 1M 111 81 66 49 76 25 15 24 54 77 63 78 37 19 86 15 72 90 30 104 68 118 60 129 21 63 11 29 64 121 Z 71 99 71 82 71 107 81 44 18 14 25 44 31 43 47 27 16 69 13 52 66 25 19 26 38 63 36 71 47 76 15 47 8 22 33 22 51 66 62 63 72 45 64 43 57 43 70 62 TENTATIVE PROVISIONS OF 1939 AAA PROGRAM ARE ANNOUNCED The 1939 AAA Farm Program for Maryland and the rest of the country will be similar in most respects to the 1938 program, according to C. Z. Keller, State Executive Officer. As in 1938, the 1939 program will include establishment of individual allotments for wheat and potatoes, as well as an allotment for total soil- depleting acreage. Payment will be made for keeping within soil-depleting acreage allotments and for attaining soil-building goals by carrying out approved practices. On farms where no wheat or potato allotments are established, payments will be earned only by soil-building practices. In general, approved soil-building practices will be similar to those approved for'1938. Crop classification will be practically the same as in 114 47 91 169 61 10 79 46 120 180 55 i 136 148 11 39 121 106 191 122 177 53 99 223 11 26 22 20 37 98 95 72 130 88 78 108 70 169 80 91 103 1327 1606 892 265 1160 928 1022 17 179 - ' 6M Miss Guyton-- Teaches Art. Graduated from Western Maryland. Miss Smith-- Teaches English I and 7. Has charge of the library and Physical Education. She comes from Washington College. Mies Trice-- Teaches 6th grade. * m 375 1017 1161 2195 1642 2183 1130 1499 fiQfi U3 RR4 uw 925 843 « S i 1272 187B I«M 1977 ,, - 1938, the principal exception being that land planted to oats, barley, rye, or a mixture of these crops will not be classified as soil-depleting when such crops are used as nurse crops for legumes' or perennial grasses of which a good stand is established in 1939, and the nurse crop is cut for hay and is not harvested for grain. Wheat acreage allotments will be established for all commercial wheat farms. Agricultural Conservation payments with respect to wheat and wheat price adjustment payments will be made for such farms. On noncommercial wheat farms, no payment will be made with respect to wheat and deductions will be made from other payments for any acreage of wheat harvested for grain or hay in excess of the usual wheat acreage, or 8 acres, whichever is larger. Compliance on commercial wheat farms will be checked late this fall on the basis of wheat seeded for all 1K2 454 1648 126 She came from Ridgely school. Senior News The Seniors started the last lap of their journey on Wednesday in good spirits. A few of us are struggling with physics while the others battle with bookkeeping. In French we are reviewing the verbs but we will noon start on our novel. We are reading letters in English which are valuable for the light they shed on the personalities of the writers. George Washington, Charles Dickens, Edgar Allen Poe and Elizabeth Browning are some of the writers. With a new textbook called "American Democracy and Social Change" we are starting our history. In addition to all these good subjects we look forward to our periods of music and physical ed. Junior News Well, here we are back in the old, or I should say, new routine. We must all put our fishin' poles up and say good bye to the "swimming hole" until next summer. I think that we will be all settled down in a few days. Most of the subjects are new to ua and we are a little lost. At present we are delving into the mysteries of chemistry, geometry and French. Well, it looks as if I'll have to go out and snoop around to get some more news. Until next week, "So long and good luck." Sophomore News School has caught up with us again and we are trying to settle down to real hard work. Our schedule has been giving ns a little trouble but we have gotten used to it now. In history we have started on our text, "Modern History," by Hawes and Moon. We started with the primitive man through the early races, and are now deeply concerned with the early explorers. In latin we have been reviewing along with our work and have found that we remember more than we thought the first day. This id our first year in biology and we find it very different and interesting. OH1 I forgot the latin test tomor- are counted in with the High School The Senior class this year is smaller fran it has been for some time, with a total of 34. Leading the whole school in enrollment is th.e seventh grade with 88 pupik. Mr. Smitb baa a full schedule this year. He teaches at Denton every morning and at Greensboro every afternoon. Miss Spicer also has a full schedule. She teaches here all day Monday and Tuesday, and in the morning Friday. The afternoons she isot here, she teaches at Greensboro. Wednesday morning (the first day of school) we were called to the assembly hall for a short time to meet our new principal and new teachers. Mr. Crouse gave us a few pointers and then we went on our regular schedule. Girls' Athletics On Wednesday afternoon the Junior and Senior girls reported to Mrs. Deardorff, who is the coach for Physical Education. Since the athletic field was not in order for field ball practice, we had a drill with the balls. For the past two days speed ball and sprint ball have claimed our atten- purposes, including wheat seeded for hay or pasture, green manure and cover crop purposes. If the planted acreage exceeds the allotted acreage, no wheat price adjustment payment will be made and a deduction will be made from the conservation payment at the rate of 50 -cents per bushel of the normal yield per acre times each in excess of the wheat acreage allotment. The wheat conservation payment will be reduced on farms where the 1939 seeded wheat acreage is less than 80 per cent of the wheat allotment established for such farms. The allotment used in calculating the payment for such farms will be reduced to 125 per cent times the acreage of wheat seeded in 1939. Therefore, no conservation payment with respect to wheat will be made to farms not seeding wheat for harvest in 1939. A deduction at the rate of $6.00 per acre will be made for growing soil-depleting crops in excess of the total soil-depleting allotment, except that if the excess is in wheat the deduction will be made at the rate specified above for wheat. Payment for not exceeding the wheat acreage allotment will be made at the rate of 16 to 18 cents per bu- she], plus a price adjustment payment of 10 to 12 cents per bushel (or a total of 26 to 30 cents per bushel) on the farm's normal yield per acre for each in the wheat allotment. Payment for reducing potatoes on commercial potato farms will amount to approximately 3 cents per bushel on the farm's normal yield per acre grown not in excess of the potato allotment. Payment for carrying out soll- building practices will be practically the same as in 1938. · · · Subscribe for the Journal. row! Sorry I've got to go and study now. Good-bye. Freshman News Hello folksl After the first few days of school the freshmen are settling down to their routine work. The season opens this year with two new pupils in our midst The two newcomers are Marion Maul and Henry Barcford. Henry has attended our school before, so he is not a newcomer to all of us. We want to make these two at home, so let's befriend them in every way. The students in Miss Guyton's art class are reproducing scenes they saw during the summer. Some of the students are disappointed because they cannot take latin thfa year, but we are rolling right along in our science course. That's all of the news I have for today, so, so long until next tinte. 7th Grade News'·'?)£* Mrs. Rairigh's section of the Seventh Grade had perfect attendance Thursday, September 8. News Flashes Where, O where do I belong? Some of us are lost! You see, almost everyone here bas moved. Again, we find all of the grammar grades in the basement along with the Science, tion. We are expecting to have our first game the last of September. Good luck, girls! Boys' Athletics Folks, fall is here and old Caroline High is out to win tie soccer championship. Under our new coach,'.Mr. Lee, who played right inside on a championship team for the University of Maryland, the boys are settling down to bard practice. We are going to produce a winning team. Where .To Find the Teachers (Wkea At Home) Mr. Crouse lives on Franklin- St, between 5th and 6th streets. Miss Ford lives on South First Bt Miss Spicer lives with Miss Ford. Miss Stratman, Miss Guyton and (Turn to Pagejg, Ptepe) r - · Jurors Are' Drawn For October Sitting The following jurors have been drawn for the October-term of the Circuit Court for Caroline county: First · District--Oran Griffin, Norman Smith, John T. Milby, A. J. Dhue, J. F. Stafford, J. Tyson Heath- Second District--Harry B. Bastiaa, Burt Hobbs, Howard W. Groce, Win. Williams, H. Claude Rawlings, E. C. Carter Jr. Third District--D. Ralph Honey, M. K. Newnam, Paul M. Brittingham, Geo. W. Beck, C. Frederick Norrh, Melvin C. James. Fourth District--J. Lee Covey, Wm. Rieck, J. Lee Taylor, Lloyd P. Cannon, Arthur J. QuWas, Wm. J.- Bonner. Fifth District--Wm. W. Parker, W. Lee Wheatley, Harry W. Meafa- han, H. T. Spicer, August Croll, HUM. H. Chambers. Sixth District -- Harry Gardner, Wm. T. Cannon, Geo. A. Butler, Abraham Chase, Wayne A. Cawfejr, Chas. Jarrell. ' Seventh District--J. Boone Jarrell, Jacob Applebaum, Roy Cherry, Robert G. Dean, J. A. Mitchell, V. Jones. Eighth District--Kirwin F.' gam, Hark E. Hicnutt, Harvey B. Lord, Artery A. Nichols, WM. Chambers ST., Raymond T. Andrejr. '·*·- X NEWSPAPER! WSPAPfcRI

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