Aiken Journal And Review, January 8, 1930

Aiken Journal And Review

January 08, 1930

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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - January 8, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina Nearly every family in Aiken County read* th* Journal and Review.No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review s Circulation in Aiken County SS! 8 PAG 11' -*H- w VOL. 60 NO. 2 AIKEN, S. C„ WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1930 S2.00 s Year -Sc s Copy FIFTEEN TRACTS GO UNDER HAMMER OF MASTER ON MONTHLY SALES DAY Fermata Faculty Members In Wreck MISS MAKIE WISE RETURNS TO HOME Four mf rn her.x of th** faculty of ’    j    Fermata    school    were    in    an    auto    I    ——— .Master E. 8- Croft sold fifteen 1-4 acres in MoTier township, sold to J wreck ^ Saturday in Maihaon. -I’la., PLS APPL AMED SATURDAY NIGHT tracts of land on sale-day, and in a VV;! lams, Croft A Busher, attorneys majority of the sales the plaintiff for $20(L was the pure ha-err The followup* A. E- Seigler, administrator vs. •sales were made;    )fn.    Mary Sunders, et a1., 41 acres Ellen D. Biggar vs. C. W. Biggar, t0 £. J. Sagier for $52500, ll 3-4 468 acres in Edgefield county, sold j acrp« to E. J. Seiffler for $56. 32 1-2 to W. W Sims and J. T. Norvell for acr„ to Luther Seigler for $31.00 $8 ,360. House and lot in North Au trusts sold to J. T. Norvell for $2, 900-    I    This land was located near Merritt* Bank of Western Carolina vs. 0 bridge S. Burnett, 53 acres in Rocky Spring Federal Land Bank vs. J. C. Ether-township, sold to plaintiff for $500. edge, et a1., 117 1-2 acres located Ernest M. Pooh* and Leola Gantt jjj< Tabernacle township, sold to plain-vs. Flossie Poole, 150 and 43 acres tiff for $2,000. respectively located near Wagener. Metropolitan Cif* Ins , Co. vs. Mrs. Sold to J. B. Poole for $775 and Laura A. Lamar, et a1., $184.37 $150.    acres located near Belvedere. Sold Federal Und Bank vs. Mrs. Ina B. tu plaintiff for $8,100. Umar, 420 acres in Beech Inland, C. C. Courtnay vs. Mrs. Tekoah sold to plaintiff for $6,400.    Staley,    et a1., 210 acres in Aiken Federal Und Bank vs. J. O. Gar township. Sold to plaintiff for $1,-vin, OO acres near Wagener, sold to 399. plaintiff for $1..>00.    Probate    Judge    Geo.    R    Webb    made Federal Land Bank vs. J. B. two sales as follows: Stevenson, two tracts of 324.3 and Reuben Green, administrator vs 26 8 respectively, sold to plaintiff Roland Cook, et a1., one-half inter for $3,001.00.    est in house and lot located in Aiken. Federal Land Bank vs. J. B. Sold to plaintiff for $300.00. Swart*, 270 acres located near c. J. Cooper vs. Mrs. Esta Smith, Wagener, sold to plaintiff for $2, ‘et a1.. 22 acres located near Wagener 500.    Sold to C. V. Gantt for $300 00. W. H. Jackson vs. Judson Jackson, two »f them, Mtw:> Hilda Stevens and Phyllis lliffe, receiving injuries. while the other two members of the party, Mhmi Parker and Miss Hux-ham were unhurt. The two injured ladies arere brought to the Aiken hospital Monday night in an ambulance. Mr. P. A M. Tabor, Dr. _    Wilds and an ambulance driver went 45 acres to C. L. Seigler for $20.00.1 to bring them home. 63 acres to A. E. Seigler for $180 00. ,    of    th* wreck could net be Tki. lun.i u,-..    u«n4o.    teamed except that Miss Ihffe suf- Aiken Girl Located of Tour ut Camp at Henderson, N. C , Brother and Father Diets Motored Thera for Hor fend a fractured leg and Misa Steven* was painfully hurt. Their car was driyen back to Aiken for repairs with the body badly smashed. DRIVER KILLS ONE. INJURES ANOTHER DRIVER UNIDENTIFIED AS YET Two Mea out for Walk Struck From Roar by Speeding Driver, Navel Officer Only Witness to Affair R. E. Clarke, 52-year old citizen of Clearwater was killed and his companion, G. E. Cromer, was injured Sunday night when run down by an unidentified automobile driver. Coroner Tom Tarver empanelled a -tire Mondav Hot postponed a hearing for lack of witnesses or evidence 52 acre* in Rocky Spring township, tract* of land for delinquent taxes. sold to plaintiff for $101.00.    .    Th** total amount was 2.043 acres, Mn. Caille Kneece vs. Royce and of which thirteen tracts were bid in Earl Kneece, two tracts of 66 and I by the County Auditor. _    ...    _    ,    -j    A    naval    officer    from    Charleston. - Ten f Howard sold a number of I who took the injured man to a ho#»- W. O. W. ELECTS OFFICERS AUTOMOBILE STOLEN A meeting of Pine Tree Camp, No. 13, W. 0. W.," was held Dec. 30th, 11*20, The following officers wire elected for the ensuing year, M. S. Poller—P. C. C. ^ L. M. C. < ll ros- C. (‘ Geo R. Webb—Adv. Lt. Ii. T. Holley—Banker. Geo. W. E. Thorpe—Clerk. F K. St tubes—Kscort L. J. Burckhalter—Watchman. Ii. P. Tyler—Sentry. I nder new rules a Financial Secretary of Umi Camp, to represent, as agent, the Sovereign Caipp was re quested by the President, W. V. Fraser Geo. VC. E. Thorpe, wa* ele ted FI n a ne fat Se c re far y. Sympathetic l amp Jette!*; were or Last Saturday morning Mr Shuler Woodward had Jus automobile stolen and the thief made a clean get-away. The car was parked on Newberry street. In this connection Chief Kibler j requests every automobile owner to be careful to lock their cars when parked, and be sure to take the key out of the lock. Automobile thieves are vert- active now, ami they generally take cars whose owners kindly leave their keys in the machine-, MARRIAGE LICENSES LAST WEEK pi tail said that the car which struck the two men. was last seen heading toward Aiken, A reward offered by Sheriff J P. Howard has not yet resulted in the apprehension of the driver. Cromer, who sustained an injury to his right shoulder, said that he (Cromer! had juat warned his companion that they had better get off the paved road for fear of betag hit, and that they were struck immediately after he had voiced this warning. The naval officer was probably the* univ eyewitness of the killing am! no clue can he found which • mild lead to the arrest of the driver Clark and Cromer wete formerly residents of Piedmont, and recently moved to Clearwater, where they were employed in the mill there. licenses for last week or. \ nnii who sustained by death, young daughter, and to to Evelvn •Ma11 iag* w ere: •John    V Hughe-, 25. Wind ! Mar ii WeaTbei bi ■, TR, ATK eh I W E. Ammon*, 62, to Mrs. dered forwaided to Sov. J. T.    Shuler,    j Sharpe,    both of Augusta. a    splendid    I .John    Maddox, 2*1, Cauch Sovereigns, j Annie Smith, 20. Langley, M. S. poller and L, J.    Hurckhaiter,    Adrian    Smith,    2(*. both of whom suffered serious illness Hart, IS*, Augusta. (la. An annual supper was    ordered    ar    William    M. Hartley, 21. to Je-«a- ranged at a date to be named by    the    line R. Adams, 21,    Augusta,    Ga. t . < . in January.    George    George,    26, to    Lu. die Crawford, 24, Atlanta, Ga. James B Britt, 39, McCormick, to Mr*. I.oui-a Lang, 36, Lincolnton. Ga. Clarence Allen LaSure, 26, Au- BIRTH OF SON Mr. afid Mrs, J. I,. Widener announce the birth of a son, Thursday, January 2nd, at their home in Aiken, gusta. to Ida Padgett, 22, Edgefield CHRISTMAS SEASON AT COTTAGES ENJOYED, SOME ATTEND CHURCHES “The service was of great array,    j in the .lays of Merrie Englande That they were served with that day.    The spirited activity that prevailed Thus they ate, and made them glad, With such service as they had the Cottages, had a salutary effect on men and communicated itself to i the sick-rooms. The patient* confined to their beds, scorned the tray • service accorded invalids and Messrs Goodwin, Hayes, Rector and Read De,pit* , subtle feelinlt of U, ","*IW »u(B<ien, ,trench ta come I down stairs and take their accustomed seat* in the dining room. The day began with opening When they had dined, as I you say, Lories and ladies yede to play; Some to tables and some to chess, With other game* more and less.'' ing for home day of all day* surroundings on the —Christmas to the men at Aiken Cottages was a jovial affair. I ‘ ‘ ' ' , ,M**an v For weeks there wa- a bustle of Chmtm*9 gift packages with interns* preparations to make the Cottages reflect the holiday spirit. Messrs. Braun, Glenn and Fry were industriously occupied in collecting holly and making wreaths to adorn every window, door and other available place that looked tempting to their esthetic sense Mr. Hunter in charge of decorations, surpassed himself and with the aid of Mr. Fry accomplished a marvelous work of the dec orator’s art. The reception room was becoming anticipation of pleasant surprises Then* were bountiful basket- of fruit; boxes of candy; cake and other delectable*! presented by Miss ( Inudia Lee Phelps and Mrs. Rosetta Henderson. The Student Club presented a number of phonograph re cording* of Christmas carols and a subscription to several magazines Then all those who were able, attended religious services at the im*! churches of their choice. After dinner which was marked by i a I l. , j    .unusual gaity and flashes of repartee ly dressed with red and green orpa- uj    ,    , lea by the ever jocular Mr. Goodwin, there was    a lull in the day’s piea- The dining room was festooned    sure’s and    all retired to uke the with green and    -liver ribbon;    th*    J    prescribed    afternoon re-t in bed—a chandelier were    enbelltshed in    the;    rule instituted bv the physician and Ame cob r scheme; and the Christ na* tree* that wa* in the west end of th* din ng room was hung with -ta*, hells and spangles of white and a beer- Hose!—metaphorically, a A long room n si * f g I . n , se? off laced n >rod ice i ting f r so bd 11 cd <*«ad ie* [retched toe* Ka bt J J» V and white aer tm th# arranged in i i garlands of •ok gladiolas holly, wa,-- pi e table and pi ire a fit sett (inner 7 h- Mtc hen Bg rigidly adhered to. The evening brought renewed ct ' .ality and most ev eryone c!u-t< rd about that never ending source enjoyment—the radio receiver1 • ** g -1 # 11 i<, * th* *)»««• *t..i f soul# stieha of * * ti!uifttta of 4 nonmtot nan ,ii* g a vi -i>«. sal lev e net sure#aM a 11 way ii.,. ' A I'*.- ■: ll * I) t * I 7 ne a af H , Thor* u deals at u p t r the mess • themselves privilege to until drow. in <l**»*p    S,, • nee aga tx pea ii • ew I r ar rn a. u tanner. then the m. ustumei pa? (eat 'I r 77 re av tile. S I * V oak ng 4 Pit the Cottage* t i , CIVIC LEAGUE HEARS COMMITTEE REPORTS \t it- monthly meeting Friday the ( vie League hen rd the report of the ( hri-tma- decorating committee*, i hich -aid that $170 wa- expended for tle-i ration*, mo.-t of whi.'h was Contributed by merchants of the city. One humli cd dogwood tree- ar* tieing planted this weak, most of them along the .sidewalk* of property own- l‘H>, The league proposes to place a •oping rn front of the hi pita! if the co-operation of property owners can be secured, to be followed by planting 'evergreens there The Civic League is asking all res identa to send beggars to the office cif Miss Elizabeth Woodson, of the Aiken Relief society, in the Bank of Western Carolina building. Miss Woodson is taking rharge of this work and a1]-such cases should be re ferred to her. Attention of radio fans is called to the Sunday afternoon programs being broadcast bv the Davev Tree surgeons from 5 until 6 o’clock. Booster license plates can now be obtained from the rest room of the Civic League and every motorist is urged to buy ami help boost Aiken I he welfare committee wa- given $ I*1 to help the Christmas poor and a $5 Tuberculosis bond was bought to help fight the white plague, acc oui, ing to a committee report Mrs. Duncan was appointed chairman of the membership drive to be put on this month. JIM WOODWARD PAINFULLY HURT Officer Jim Woodward was pain fully but not -eriously hurt Monday morning when his motorcycle wa* -ole-wiped by a car dnven bv Officer Dom and carrying also Officer Hendrix.    s Hendrix and Dorn were following Jeorge Smith and Bill Campbell along Richland avenue, followed by Woodward on his motorcycle. The car driven by Dom, unaware of Woodward in the rear, turned to the left int;* Pendleton street just a- Wood ward pulled up on the left -ide to make inquiries. His motorcycle was overturned Resulting in a wrenched ankle, skin lied knees, and a bruised right hand. Georg# Smith and Btl] Campbell. NJ ss Marie Wise, pretty 1!» year uld Aiken girl and rwent University co-ed, who mysteriously disappeared from her home Saturday night, wa-located Sunday night at a tourist camp at Henderson, N. C , and re-turned to Aiken yesterday, accompanied by her brither, Leo, and h acher Geo. Dietz, Aiken priest. She had picked up rides from passing motorists along the highway since leaving Aiken Saturday night and had made preparation* to spend the night at the tourist camp when questioning revealed her place of residence. The lady th charge noticed a rosary worn by Misa Wise and got in touch with a priest of that place, who communicated with Father Dietz, of Aiken. Mix* Wise expressed a wi-h to return home. Leo Wise, brother of Marie, and Father Diet* left for the camp by motor Monday morning to bring the girl back home. returning Aith tun yesterday. Miss Wise disappeared Saturday night at about 8 or 8 30 o’clock, when her mother went up stairs. Mrs. Wise heard the front door slam and went down stans to see what had caused it. Not seeing her daughter she railed -eve raj times without a response, A -carob of the neighborhood failed to reveal Marie's whereabouts. Police werr notified and word sent to *>ther towns to lo ,,* Ho I,,,,k nit at other cities. No word va- heard until Sunday night when communi cation wa- established with the priest near the camp and arrangement-made to bring the young lady bark to Aiken. M ss Wise had hi < n bunn only riior* Pmr from ArorriHc. N. F she went f. Dr. Thomas Brook* No Longer In City i Dr Thomas Brooks, :i practicing phj.-K'lan ber# for about a year and | a half, has. left Aiken and for th# plesent .-ill be at In- home in \;'rf cola, (7a, His plans for the immediate future have not been announ *-I ad. After his graduation from the Medical College in Augusta, Ga . Dr. Brooks was resident physician at the University hospital of that place He continued this work for about five years and fame to Aiken about eighteen months ago. During his successful practice here he made a host of friends who I regret to see him leave the city GIRL ACCIDENTALLY GRANO JURY DRAWN KILLED BY GUNSHOT FOR COMING COURT Negro Shot With Pi*toI, Two Held Joe Bates, negro, was seriously wounded Sunday night by I,en Robin -on and John Coleman, negroes, at the con-truction camp near the Bath dam. Bate- was carried to the Urn vi roily hospital for treatment and the other two were brought to the Aiken county jail. Th# two men were too drunk to give a coherent account of the affair when arrested bv Sheriff Howard and Burntv Blanford, but aid Monday morning that Coleman wan playing with a gun and .it accidently went off Officer- -ay that Rates was am bushed by the two men and shot. Enola Beard, seven-yean old white I trirl af Langley, died here Thursday I a* the result of shotgun wound* in ■ fileted accidentally by her small j hr other, Wayne Beard, Tom Tarver, i county coroner, did not think in in-1 qui st necessary. An older brother Oswald, had re- j turned from a hunting trip and stood hi- loaded gun against the banister. I j It was picked up by little Wayne I who w«- playing with it when it waa j I discharged, most of the load entering the little girl s head and some of ’be -jolt Hilting Oswald in the arm Hie child was hastily brought to the Aiken hospital but died shortly I at a little after 6 o'clock Thursday j evening. Funeral services wi re held Friday af'ernoon at the langley Baptist . church with the Rev. C. K Smith of-belating, assisted by the Rev. Thomas Walker. The little girl’* survivor- are: Mr md Mrs. Sailor Heard, parents; Hrantwell, Oswald, Houston, Wayne, Spranton, and Stanford, brothers; Edith ai d Edna, sisters; Mr- W A. t McCracken, Mr. and Mrs, Luther Beard, grand-purents, ajl of Langley. FEATHERSTONE TO PRESIDE where she had plar to some tinn that her i Ut me ll t hum, BAD CHECK GIVEN LOCAL PHARMACY On New A ear'- Sui Hall’s Pharmacy had the bad check scheme irked on them, and they were the losers to the extent of $16.00. They received 0 tell phi ne i all from a man who ira vi hi- name a- It ll. Collin- who -ta ted that ti w de u us sick and ' << pda < end him a ay re ye an I t hi change for a $20 OO b !!. a he wished to pay cash. 1 ' e del;. ins boy made a <|uiek d< livery and the man no: him in front of the house, and handed the boy a $20 OO i heck and received the arti , ordered aud $ I ti.OII m chang< 1 hi* UnUUh Wits lf]UUU OU* mf) *jj«! J' * t men .v Mi n bant - t ink. and w a igr « d bv R. II < lim- i He ,<■ < Many Horses Comini? To Aiken F or Season dtred Maim im david sprawls leaves David Sprawls left Wednesday afternoon for Newark, N. J , to ar < »*pt a position with the advert Im ng department of Proctor and Gamble. M • Si.raw]- ha- lived rn liken fin several year- and alfeiided liken In -titut#, -tarring on the football team during that time. His many friend-wish him ail success in his^ew wark. The Week at Willcox’* \ 11    a1* January    I    wen-    Mi--; bo’ hie, n ll mire#*,    of    Mn-- .    and j Mi-- Helen l.ariz Smith, Meridian, I 1 •iiin, * ’>n*I*-- J *•”!> rendu 1 u tlcnv’ IV day. M    and Mi ( p    ii.,, em. ver and | M ■ ^    He-nj arn i n lf.! eh < i.    nil of    New i Tk, ' egi-tered Saturdsy •' ii* Jai . Mi, an I Mr-    Mb* rt ’ I. ■' niro and • i .-hildien; un I Mr »’ DM j’ un nil of \, •, \    ;u ■-I lh-, Juror* for First We*k af Coart of (>cnrr*l Seldom Drawn and Holdover* from La*t Year A two week’s term of the Court of General Sessions will convene in Aiken on Monday, Jan. 27, wtlh Hon. C. (' Featheratone, Greea-wood, presiding Yesterday twelve grand Jurorf were drawn, and with the six left over from last year will compose the new grand jury for 1930. Petit jurors for the first week were abo drawn. The grand jurors drawn were: T. R Jones, Monetta. C. N. Jones, Langley. Harry H Woodward, Montmorenci. Kenneth Gay, Graniteville. J O. Hayes, Wagener. H W. Weatherford, Langley Ha-kell Kirkland, Ridge Spring B. H. Smith, Seivem. T. S. Dunbar, Ellenton. Edgar Foreman, Jackson. <). ll, Hutson, Aiken. F K. Salley, Salley. Thole holding over from last rear are; H. S. Ro antre#, N. Augusta. 7k ll Morgan, Beech Island John R. Jordan, Monetta. G. E Benn, Vauduse. E <’. Owens, Windsor. L VV ro>r««ib»y, Aiken Petit Juror* Geo F Stuckey, Clearwater. A* I* Jordan. Ridge Spring. T. A. Turner, Vaudit se. •IRM ulker, Aiken Rt- 4. D. Ii Williamson, Salley. VV VV Powell, Langley. Jake Anderson, M’arrenville. VI ll Wooley, Warrenville Rt. I. Lloyd Widener, V aud use. if. G Tarrant. Aiken. H. V Wyman, Jr., Aiken lf M Furtick, Salley. J M I*. Bennett, Graniteville. J VV Brodie, Salley L. Barden, Langley. Joseph Bledsoe, M’arrenville. T S. Turner, Vaucluse. V J. (faggott, Widener. •I A Franklin. KathwooiJ. J I, Jack-on, Trenton Ernest Johnson, Warrenville. A. J. Toole. Jai k-o|j, J S. It, <dl. Aiken, J. I.. Ho!?-., V auriir-e I. I M Scott, N. Augusta, J I! Layton, Clearwater J!■ - Milling, Ridge Spring. \    7 .tun, Montnmrenci -(    77    IL    Id. 7Vav< per. I.. I., Howard. Knthwopd. L. 77. M md wa rd, M •ntnmrcitci '■    J    mkett. Aiken. R    I’    '7    '    . Mind - lr G    77    77    iIson, Hath M I. I trgle, tiramteville, 1    7    Key,    \    ken,    Route    I Aiki n’- horse p mg .im h pnrff ' and many are ■ x: week, records of Express comnani ! Co al. Sat unlay, a -hipim-n* from Ulan Forbes, of Beverly, Ma—., readied the cit\ and contained four hor-*-and one automobile. Vnother from Grafton Dyne, of Fur Hills, N. J . contjnned fifteen horse- A car for M'dliam Zeigler, from The Plains, Va., reached Aiken Sun day and brought eight horse- an*! one carnage. Horses expected to reach Aiken thi- week are: yesterday ten hor-* * and one automobile from Westbury, L. I., for G. IL Bostwick; today, foi Bayard Warren, Prides Cr -mg. Ma-- , one 'ar horse-. Friday: Joseph Wilshire, Green wich, Conn., three car- containing horse- and carriages; Regan M* Km bey, SS ycliffe, Ohio, one car horses; 77 B. Eaton, Friar ilur-t, N. Y., one car horse- and carriages. Saturday, Dr L. M. Mien, Berry v sill*. \ ii. on*- car of ivteen hor *-: Thoma- H. McCreerv, Belmont Park. N V .. ’'out cai s, indu ling - ai e hoi - * and off ei Sa far this -ca-on fifty live have come ?* Aiken, lo airing 550 hor-*- t * be u-eil by wintir re-idents for driving, racing and polo games. Jurors Can Drink Home Brew Judge Says A jury may- drink home brew of feted in evidence to determine whether or not it is intoxicating, 'h* -tate supreme court ruled Thursday in Upholding the six month- sentence of George Burckhalter, of Aiken county, sentenced to six months or w ak- for posse-ying yon* cars ivi-r make ;* pun hase of nicking- it H arf is S-. I. Shop. otfi rill, „ cheel >?; pa> merit Mi Harris anticipatim trouble, iofu-«*d to ra h tho ch*- -k 1 r *1 Mai rung made a * in int >f Main trying to make pur ha-* - of nio-t anything. Olfu-ei- ame called a od I e w as phi* cd undei so - est ll. !' n w in ail, and will hav* to ans •I '*f at th* next term el circuit KIBLER REPORTS ON 1929 POLICE WORK Chief Kiblei ha- just -ulimittiol * very good report of the activiti*--of the Poi) a- department for the pa-t war. The report show-- a total of SO? arr*—t- and -peak.- well for the v Biga nee of the officer-. The report covers one .«-ni from Her I ? I'.'28. to Dis I L 1929. The following i- a list of ciim*- for who h arrests were Hindi Larcenx    * I>r ink Fighting Spool1ng Diri hai grog b in- arm-7‘iolating i• i ohibition law Gambling Pe kit** Driving I > civ mg ' I I* ll *e Disorderly 1 nd jct i >i unk ami I Jisorderly \’ iidat ing Heal! >, Or*l nam *■ < onei-a lo! Weapon Vagrancy Re si -mg Vt n -I One Light Bij? Sum Collected    ^ Washburn Hurt In By County Treasurer Automobile Accident I * ’ hi pa; sn fit nj 'axe ’ aru aal c ndition of t hi Amen coon! v, every one i than in I nj1* i mnty \7 I Ilia iii-on -ny - that hi about $26,00(1 moi* ta c •to a " , ta V book- • I eI • ban lo int .a | ck I It* hug. anni of $397, paiij in In-fore the penalty was ad n ople of o-tter -.ff fred UHT collect, d IT -11 w Mr. 7V I,.    77    Ashburn,,    a    formal esident of Aiken, but now rewixiinft ri Audibon, N. J., waa seriously inure.I last Monday, by being run • ver by an automobile, He wa* rt'sxing the 77 bite Horse Pike, run-a*    rung between    Philadelphia, and At- t.    I an tic ( ity, He suffered a fracture I    of the arm in    three places, and a adly lacerated knee. , .    .    ....    ....    Mr Washburn was formerly edi- I    »bo    ut    $5-5 inilfln    I*    t,,r i,nd nWn,“r    of th<* J«"‘cna! and Re- a bon t    -n    lr'    *    i    "n means |    view and hi-    many friends in the ..... REYBURN AND WILDS BOYS MAKE GOOD RECORDS AT WESTMINISTER J mr id and Hi 16 I I-’* 71 (3 F jr. i to 8 I Ut pu bise bf *-w H sr st '(se to -ait £ h a Iter's min I hat * v *d*nt the ti rn e 0 cigar* (a -la vt ae.! promptp i 1 id p vi an I quiet UH*M JO t-v V VV aho were being f*4k*aeti of 7V‘oodward's accident arre-ted bv (Tnef k bier Hendri x ars I I lorn, and < driving -i j- t*-r * he mf! ai dor and tr alisp *rtlng I MAIN HI 11 AUTO. I a I I (I b R attorney the jury e into the Ob], *11-1r ony of Sh '■he bever* the charg ■ e jur. an *1> Total \ii« ?.-    807 The ! ot r*1 tin.-* ('. lie led amounted to $6,l'70.iM) The en * - were di-poo d a* fol low*- - Dish ;s *1. Ii Su-pen d durihg /■ * •! bi havinuf 16 Suspended 2J hoi iw -:g en ten* a-- am-, * cr; - ■•! 315 da vs un *’t eel-. IOO day- rn jail 360 day* n rhamgnng \>i, 2 90 .lay- on et a mg ai >• No. I l h* arr* ' ■ last year * xr.-eded tho-* of ■ ne pf I i'll i rig v ca* b v 'I ad f h;» amount ! tim t rulll* t t - .I,*, od an inert ive cf ll, 196 1111 F tai a r< -tx in I’*.’- 660; I *29. ROAD Olin I RS MON I MLV H( POM I Th, two Key bur n arni * 'n ? w o 77 lilt- buy • w bu ii", nil "ie 77 I t '’ ’ ’• i r Schiieii rut. i be* n tpendirn (be, at I -I al ht'-ra -i of their pa cut in 7 ken John and Maut Riy burn ar. •• . min of Mr. and M 77 S Rev burr a- I Robert arui Lout- VVil I  ii -or. of Hr ar I Mr* K ii 77 lid Both of the IG b .-I bm - tnt in the Sensor School John i- in the Fifth I .rut and will be gradu ted from the -chon! in lune, 1931 Maury is in th* I    I oroi and will fi- h 77 • t mini ter a '■ *-ar hp et .....'    ’ Tri v hav e a r alf br di *-r    77 ii 11 a« rn VI '• borne who graduated from We*' mim-ter la-' .l ine and who is a Fre-hman in liar- a rd tin- v**ar Dor ing the full : er iii, I* it h boys se Ie* t . ;I f ml ball as ’ ieir nihil t e a*' vita , John making h eeond 'aam letter. and M J-in mr John h .I - g a iii* iii: Ko* thi "i I * cd a kid! M run will i itll Hi J.I, >! . VV Vt chi I including loth Junior and Departments. Vt the 1929 < mr ie nee ment, 71aury received the High Sch*dar.hip prize rn the Junior "oui. He i- a member of hit, i I'* Religions Society, the Rifle .r d Vviut *n Flub*. Both Heyburn i ex !>• et to go to 7 ale Univer-s*t> on 11; e i r gradu at ion from 7Ye-t. mini 'cl’, Both o' the 77 hi- bp\- are mein-b« r- of r e Junior S he I and this is the'ir tic ' year a* 77%.-: minister. i 1 ey a1-. i vim -t to g ' Yale on the completion <t the.:    sea at 77 * stnhinister. Before c ming to Simsbury, thro attended the Aiken Prepara! »ry School, Ida Junior School > a eparut* de: a-' t.-enl af the -chord and is divided ss much as po- * i bl* from the Si nip r School. The, Junior boy- Ic in their own damn* tory, hav* their uwn cia-* r<>ems and -tudy • all- Thp\ also have their own athletic team. Mr Frank J. 77 or cad ma urn of the Junior • all term, Re ber! ami I on 'he Midget football ' ad a fa th - iceeMflll ny o'.cr half of its *- lav return to -ch**-*! ter®, they will b th Midget bs«ketb*l! '.nut. • Ie ted a Junior Kd,t**r lately. Hr ranked high* mtiii * leal o’ the rail run with »n a-**-; ag# *f •fit. I.-im* ais - ’Slaved marie? of th*- a hod! for -J -hy-rt w ii be a naut bef th«- Junto' *.s meas*..rn ■ v the aa rut U tm - ;

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