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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - January 8, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                i Vt M fifWii ui ffNOW M i Yttcte DM No Paper Published in tKU Locality EquaU the Journal and Reviews Girculatidn in Aiken County Smiont Drawb u4 overt from Year f L AIKEN S WEDNESDAY JANUARY 8V 1930 7 YSALESDAY Faculty Membert In Wreck Master S ttacfe o sqUf the plaintiff i Bpurchaser The sales were made Ellen Biggar vs C W 463 acres in Edgefield county sold to W W Sims and J T Norvell for House and lot m North Au guvta sold to J T Norvell for 900 Bank of Western Carolina vs 0 S Burnett 63 acres in Rocky Spring township sold to plaintiff for fSOOV Ernest M Poole aad Leola Gantt Flossie Poole 150 and respectively located near Wiener Sold to J B Poole for and 1150 Federal Land Bank vs Mrs Ina B acres in Beech sold to plaintiff for Federal Land Bank vs J O Gar W acres in McliertomiahJp so1dfco WplflEmsT Croft attorneys At E Seigler adttytustrator vs of the lacirfty Were fn an Saturday Mmfsson two of fhemf Misses HiMa S Phyllis lUffe receiving in plaintiff for FederalLand vs B tracts of and sold to plaintiff for Federal Land Bank vs J B 270 acres located 500 W H Jackson vs Judson JacTtson 62 acres in Rocky Spring township sold to plaintiff lor Mrs Gallic Kneece vs Roycc and Karl Kneece two tracts of 65 and SJrs Mary Sanders ef 41 acres to E J Selflerfor f 52500 11 34 acres to E 3 Seigier for f l2 acres to Luther SeJglerfor 45 acres to C L Seigler for 68 to AE Seijfler for W Thw land was located near Merritts bridge Federal Land Bank vs J C Ether 12 acres located in Taberriicle township sold to plain tiff for MetrbpolitahLife Co vs Laura A Lamar et at meres located near Belvedere Sold to plaintiff for C C Courtney vs Mrs Tekpah Staley et 210 acres in Aiken township Sold to plaintiff for Probate Judge Geo R Webbrhade Reuben Green administrator vs Roland Cook et onehalf inter est in house and lot located in Aiken Sold to plaintiff for C J Cooper vs Mrs Esta Smith Sold to C V Gantt for Sheriff Howard sold a number of tracts of land for delinquent taxes The total amount was acres of which thirteen tracts were bid in by the County Auditor W O W ELECTS OFFICERS A meeting of Pine Tree Camp No 13 W held Dec 30th The following officers were elected for the cniming year M S C C i L M C C Geo R Lt M T Geo W E K L J Under new a Financial Sec Catnpc to as agent inc Sovereign Csupp was ro queued hy the President W A W K Thorpe wars Sympathetic Camp letters or dcrctt to Sov J T Shulcr who uurlainod by death a splendid young daughter and to M S LoliiT nml L J Rurckhaltcr both of whom pufforcd illnrsi An annual supper was ordcmi ar ranged at a date to be named by the C C in January AUTOMOBILE STOLEN Last Saturday morning MrShuler had hia automobilt stolen and the thief made a clean way The car was parked on New berry street In this connection Chief Kiblei requests every automobile owner to UK careful to cara parked and be sure to take the ke out of the lock Automobile thieve arc very active now and they eon orally take whouc owners kindlj leave their keys in the machines MISS MARIE WISE RETURNS TO HOME SATURDAY afid Miss Hux IBIIT were unhurt The two injured adies weie brought to theAiken lojpital Monday night in anarobn Mr F 4 M Tabor Dr and an umbuJkHceTtriVer fwent 0 bring them home Details of the wreck could not earned except that Miss Utffe suf ered fractured leg and Miss Stevens was painfully hurt Their car was driyen back to Aiketv for repairs with the body badly smash DRIVER ONE INJURBjVNOTHER DRIVERUNIDENTIFIED AS YET Two Men out fur Walk Strack From fcy Affair R E Clarke 52year old citizen of Cleatwater was killed and his companion G E Cromer was in jured Sunday night when run down by unidentified automobile driver Coroner Tom Tarver empanelled ing for lack of witnesses or evidence A naval officer from Charleston took the injured man to a hos pital said that the ear which struck the two men was last seen heading toward Aikcn Areward offered by Sheriff J P Howard has not yet re sulted in the apprehension of the Cromer who sustained an injury tCromer had just warned his com panion that they had better get off the paved rondforfearof being hit and that they were struck immediate ly after he had voiced this warn inc The nnvnl officer probably thtonly eyewitness of the killing and no clue can be found which ould lead to ihc nrrenl of the driver Clark nnd Cromer wtre formerly rosidcntu of Piedmont and recen Tlliivcd to Olcnrwatrr where AikftH Tourist M C Brother Father Motored There for 5Jiss Wise pretty 19year oldlAiken recent University coed who mysteriously disappeared from her home Saturday night located Sunday night at a tourist camp at Henderson N and re turned to Aiken yesterday accom panied by her brother Leo and Father Geo priest She had picked up rides ing motorists along1the highway since leaving Aikeiv Saturday nijfht and had made preparations to spend Jje nightat the tourist camp when questioning revealed her place of residence The lady ih oharjft noticed a ros ary worn by Miss Wise and grot in touch with a priest of that place who Aiken Miss Wise expressed n wish o return home Leo Wise brother of Marie and Rather Dietz left for the camp by motor Monday morning to bring the girLhack home her yesterday Miss Wise disappeared Saturday night ui about 8 or oclock when her mother went up stairs Mrs Wise heard the front door slum and went down stairs to see what had caused it Not seeing her daughter she called several times without a response search of rieiirlibdrJioodfaircd riveal Maries Police werenotified and word sent to other towns to be on the lookout at other cities No won wan heard until Sunday night when comrmini ratkirt was established with the priest near the cnmft ami iiate future have not been annoujjE ed Aftur his graduation from the Medical College in Augusta Dr Brooks was resident nt the University hospital of that place He continued this work for about five years and came to Aiken eighteen months ago During his successful practice here he made a host of friends regret to see him leave the city MARRIAGE LICENSES LAST WEEK MurriaKM last week were John A 25 Windsor to BIRTH OF SON Mr aftd Mm J L Wjdcner nn nounce the birth of a son Thursday January 2nd at their home in Aikcn W K Ammong 02 to Mrs Annit Sharpc both of Augusta John Maddux 2fi to Annie Sniith 10 Lnnelpy Adrian Smith 20 to Kvrlyn Hnrt tt Augunta Ga William M Hartley 21 to JowH line R Aiittms 21 Augusta Cin CcnrjtP Georgo to Crawford 24 Atlanta Gn James B Britt McCormick to Mrs Louisa Lang 36 Lincointon Ga Clarence Allen 2rt Au gusU to Ida Padcctt 22 Edgefield CIVIC LEAGUE HEARS COMMITTEE REPORTS At its monthly ttiectinir Friday he Civic Ltnirut the report of he decornting rommittcc vhich aid that was expended or derorations most of whiih was ontributrd by mcrdinnts of the city One Ininilied clngwnod arc No Longer In City Dn Thonws Brooks a physician for about a year and half has Aikcn and for present will be at Ins home in Agrf cola GJI His for the Negro Shot With Two Joe Bates was wounded Sunday nightby Len Robin son and Coleman negroesi at the construction camp near the dam Bates carried to the antl the other two were broughtto Aiken county jail The two men were too to jtivc a coherent account of the alfajr when arrested by Sheriff Howard antl Beaufortr hut mornint that Coleman wan with ft gun and it accidcntly off Olriccrs say that Bates was nn bushed by the two men and Enila ficaid sevenyeni old girl of Lornfley dsd here Thursday as the result at shotgun wounds in flicted accidentally by her small brother Wayne Bewd Tom county think an in quest necessary Anolderbrother Oswald had re turned from a hunting trip anil stood his loaded gun against the bmilstcr It was picked up by litUe Wayne who was playing1 with it when it was discharged most of the load enter ing the little girls head and some of theshot hitting the arm child was hastily brought to e Aiken hospital but died shortly Tit after 6 oclock Thursday evening T Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at the Langley Baptist church with E Smith of ficiating assisted by the Rev Thomas Walker TKc little girls survivors arc Mr and Mrs Sailor Beard parents Branlwoll Oswald Houston Wayne Sprahton and Stanford brothers Edith and Edna sisters A McCrackcjv Jind Benrii grandparents all of Langlcy BAD CHECK GIVEN LOCALPHARMACY On New flay IliiHK Pharrtiaoy hnl the bad check scheme worked on thorn ami they were the losers the fXtint of They a telephone call from n man fnvc his nnmc ns K H Vho DAVID SPRAWLS LEAVES David Sprawls left Wednesday afternoon for Newark N to ac cept a position with the aslvcrtrei department of and iiimblc Mr lived in Aiken for nrvrrnlyoarg alfindod Aikun In Ktitutc starring on the football twam during that time many fricndit wish him all HUCCPJUS in hisThcw work the six left 1 compose 1930r A two term of the Court of General Sessions will1 convene in AJken on Monday C wood presiding Yesterday twelve were drawn and with over from list year new grand jury i for jurors for the first were alao The grand jurors drawn were T R Jones Monetfa C N Jones Harry HWoodward Montmorettcl Kenneth Graniteville J 0 Hayes Wagener H W Weafcherford Langley Haskcll Kirkland Ridge Spring B H Seivern T Dunbir Edgar O B Hutson Aiken F E Salley Salley are H S N Augusta W 11 Morgan Beech Island John R Jordan Monetta G E Scnn Vaucluse C Owens Windsor The Week at Willcoxs mnile to the youmr back tluit wife wun nnq t CHRISTMAS SEASON AT COTTAGES I SOME ATTEND CHURCHES in the days of Merric The spirited activity that prevailed the CoUngcs had a salutary effect pn men and communicated itself to the sickrooms The patients confin ed to their beds scorned the tray service accorded invalids and Messrs Goodwin Hayes Rector and Read martialled sufficient strength to come down stairs and take their accustom ed scats in thedining room The lay began with opening Christmas gift packages with intense anticipation of pleasant surprises There were bountiful baskets of fruit boxes of candy rake and oth er dclcctables presented Mis Claudia Lee Phcps and Mrs Rosettn Henderson The Student Club pre sented a number of phonograph re cordings of Christmas carols and B subscription to several magazines Then all those who were able at tended religious services at the loqpl churches of their choice After dinner which was marked by unusual pdity and flashes of repartco led by the ever jocular Mr Goodwin there was a lull in the days plea sures and all retired to take tho prescribed afternoon in rule instituted by the physician rigidly adhered to nns that in the west end of i Th evening brought renew e con dinng room was hung with I viviality and mnst everyone The ierviec was of array That they were nerved vrith that day Thus they ate and made them glad With such service as they had When they had dined as I you say Lordes and ladies yede to play Some to tables and some to chess With other frames more and Despite a subtle feelins of lonR infr for home surroundings on the day of all days Christmas to the men at Aiken Cottages was a jovial affair For weeks thtfc was a bustle of preparations to make the Cottages reflect the holfdky spirit Messrs BraUn and Fry were indus triously occupied in collecting holly and making wreaths to adorn every window door and other available place that looked tempting to their esthetic Mr Hunter in charge of decorations surpassed himself and with the aid of Mr Fry accom plished a marvelous work of the dec orators art The reception room was becoming ly dressed with red and green orna ments The dining room was festooned with green and silver ribbon tlu chandelieu were cnbellished in the lame scheme and the am and spangles of white i anrt metaphorically a in RtVen and white A long i itreurKii across the room arranifed in j white of j V ti fink off holly pacc n ed about that neverending cource v enjoyment the radio receiver themselves up to special for the dav urn until dnywMneni in So It P M again Aiken Wise hml been home only ii titrn fwttt N where ihe wnnt li raiment and hiui plniinii to stay at bonnfor tinif to It hiurht that her m tif tiics hnt rliltetl in leavinit home Saturday niih the planted this week most of them along the sidewalks of property own The leairue proposes to pliirca opinst in front of the hocpitnl if the cooperation of property owners can e sccureil to be followed Tiy pinni ng there The Civic League is asking all rcs clcnts to send beggars to the office f Miss Elizaheth Wooflson of the Aikcn Relief society in the Bank of Carolina building Miss Woodson is taking chnrjrc of this vork and nil such cases should be re erred to her Attention of radio fnns is called o the Sunday afternoon programs icing broadcast by the Davcy Tree Burgeons from 5 until fi oclock Booster license plates can now be obtained from the rest room of the ivic League and every motorist is urged to buy help boost Aiken The welfare committee was given IO to help the Christmas poor and a S5 Tuberculosis bond was bought to lelp fight the white plague acconlj ing to a committee report Mrs Duncan was appointed chair man of the membership drive to be put on this month ill fit wtlirur a tmit The New Year vvas r Mr JIM WOODWARD PAINFULLY HURT Officer Jim Woodward was pain fully but not seriously hurt Monday morning when his motorcycle was leswiped by a car driven by Of flcer Horn and carrying also Officer Hendrix Hendrix and Oorn were following ieorpe Smith nnd Bill Campbell along Kichland avenue followed Viy Wood ward on his motorcycle The car driven by Porn unaware of Wood ward in the rear turned to the left into Pendleton street just Wood ward pulled up on the oft Mile ninke inquiries His was Resulting in a wrenchfi skin ned knees and a bruised rirht hand Gcortrc Smith and Rill Campbell hointf ftt thr tirrrr of soridcnt erf JaSr arretod hv Chief KiMor hv Henrtrix Dorn with irivivg thf if ior am TRAIN HITS AUTO Many Horses Coming To Aiken For Season ing VIM and t arrvi ni Week rernnU f the Sluthnvlrrn Express romtnny rovmt Saturday a frntn Allan Follies Rvrrly reached the eontaind four and one mitonvbilc Another from Graf ton Pynr of Knr Hills N contained fifteen horses A car for William Zeipler from The Plains reachrd Aiken Sun day and brought eight horses nnd one carriage osopectco1 to renrh Aikcn this week are yesterday ten horsrs i and one automobile from Westbiiry n very L for G H Hortwirk today for Bayard Warrrn Prides rTnvsine one car horses Friday Joseph Wilshirc Jrcen wich three car ronnininp him H nnd chaw fir a lull w to pay boy Hindi n livery ami thr man nirt linn in iif the hmisr illlll hatlitol till mv Ihick am rrcrsvid rii utiiiti in Tliiihfk mad ml1 in hnnw jtnd Mirmri lv v H fdtUn TM in nin tiyiiur it vhiin lii 1 and ir tril Hnrtis Style Simp olfcriiiii i in pnyiiunt Mr unUtipnlnir tritiliU1 In flin and Mannine made i cintiit f Mnlji frrci trving t purchasii limit anything Dfticcis were and he was placed under arrest is now in jail and will havr tci at the next term if rinirt Arrivals January 1 Miss Kathleen nf nnd Helen Ltinr Smith Meridian ver iiiul nf New Geo F Clearwater A L Jordan Ridge Spriny T A Turner Vaucluse J R Walker Aiken Rt 4 D H Williamson Salley W W Powell Langlcy Jake Anderson Warrenville M H Woolcy Warrenville Rt 1 Lloyd Widener R G Tarrnnt Aikcn II V Aikcn R M Kurtick Rallcy J M 1 Bennett GranilevUle J W lirodie SftHey A L Harden Langlcy Blcdaoc Warrenville T K Turner Vnucluse A J BngRott Widcntr J A Franklin Knthwood J L Juckscmv Trenton Krnest JiJinson Warrenville A J Tool Jncknon J S Hlwll Aikcn Mr and C I Hnvrnt Mr 1eliher nil SntitrIny j SiitiiJay 511 nnd Alluri KUIIHI nnd rlnlihin nnd K D n ar Mi Maihall and family reailicil T J M Scott N Augustn 1 H 11 N Willintr KidKv Spring K A Vtiun Mmitmorenci W Uidd WoRrncr L llnwanl Knihwopd Montinurctict f JlunkullL iVfcks WimNir i Hnth Karsie Cranitrvillc 1 A Key Aikrn 1 Big Sum Collected By County Treasurer L Washburn Hurt In Automobile Accident If th Mi W L a former Mient nl the of Aiken but now Iondilmn nf penple of n Aiidibmi N waj seriously in nintv evervune olf jureil last Mtinday y being run nver by nn nutomnbile He was li KIBLER REPORTS ON 1929 POLICE WORK in IJL that about innr iaxis up to the tlmrJM rinsed Ileo than lie did in 1 The huec Mini of 7 was i paid in liefnro the penalty was ad i led The total to lie cullerted about wtiirh means 1 about 7I per cent of all taxes due havr heen paid j rrnssinK the White Horse Pike run bftwcen Ihiladutphift and j Inntic City He stiffcrcd a frnctnre I tit the arm in three ilnccs and a j badly lacerated knee Mr Washburn was formerly edi tor and owner of the Journal and Re view and hi many friends in the county lniit that he will have a edy recovery from his injuries horses and carriages Regan McKin ney Wycliffe Ohio one cnr horses1 W R raton Hurst X one car horses and carriages Saturday Pr M Allen Hcrry ville Va one car of sixteen Thomas H 5cCrerry Park N four cars including race hor5es and others So far this season fiftylive car0 have come t Aiken brincrinp over SRO horse to be ly winter rrs idrnls fur driving racing and poin Kibler has juM rood report of the of the Police department for the nnst votir The report shows a i tal of SOT arrwts and speaks for the viligaiuo of the The report covers one year from Dor s to Dc 1st The ing i a f crimov for 7iadr Larceny t Hriink Kighting 71 Speeding REYBURN AND WILDS BOYS MAKE GOOD RECORDS AT WESTMINISTER hr MI Violntini lamhlinc JUklevs Urivinir Kire Diivititf n Kire 11 law Jurors Can Drink Home Brew Judge Says A jury may drink home Drunk n Violaini Conceale Vncraniy Re1ictinir Avn One Light Total An The totfl tir Health 140 SI 0 s The S WiH K H aiii attend at Im al of their par iiTid y i hi of Mr and M the MM f Dr and Mrs both Junior and Seniti Mepartmcnts At the 1929 Maury received the Iliirh Schrlarship prize in the Junior School He is a member of St Keligiotis Society the Rifle and Aviation Hubs Reyhurn expict po to Yale Univer on Ihtir mBiluntion from Wost mini ler ni K the S Fifth is in a i1 I The fered evidence to determine M whether or not it is the state supreme court ruled Thursday in Upholding thtsix months srutpnce of loorgc Rurckhnlter f Aiken i county sentenced to ix months mi I public works fur brew Hiirckhalterv attorneys in the main that the jury wa tn take into the jir r Suspended ci r Sllsprnded lOti Th days days arre in jail rhn anil d K tMT t Objection al f i n v f S h i r tT hf r 2 No 1 f year mr and will tradnnled in June Form and wil i h I Westtniniter a year latvr than Infin They have a half brothr William j M Khnrno who graduated from minister June am whi i n Frehinan in Harvard hivent luir i mi the fall term mth select ed as their athletic artivity his Mcond tram letter and Mjitiry a nxmSer f the Junior Knr the winter terr of the Wild of Junior S their tirit year 1 alii rxpeet t the oonipletion Wrstministir Pi efiaratory ihm School is a eparat the Mhnoi and i pnrible from th art mem and this is to Yalo on of ther at e ninjT tO attended thi Aiken Thi Junior ipartment at divided ss much as Senior School The Junior hi N MONTHLY live in their own uormi thir awn rooms and halv Thev also have their Mr Frank J tit Junior i tnll term and rli Milcet football faiilv successful M r nf A i return to cnio i itriri thov will both ft 1 Hr thr ci hofrt fftf i 1 W M f   

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