Aiken Journal And Review, January 15, 1930

Aiken Journal And Review

January 15, 1930

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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - January 15, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina Nearly every family in Aiken County read* the Journal and Review.No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review’s Circulation in Aiken County IO PAGES VOL. 60 NO. 3 AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY IS, 1930 COTTAGERS THANK PEOPLE OF AIKEN Jr. Order and D. of A, Hold Meeting WEEKLY SOCIALS ENJOYED Joist Luncheon Enjoyed After Bun neat Sett tuna of Two Organization* ore Finished WOMAN SHOOTS MAN DEFENDING HUSBAND $2.00 a Year—5c a Copy HOWARD AT WORK Lad Thursday's Entertainment Con-alated of Bridge and Musical Number!. > The gracious co-operation of th*1 • Aiken townspeople with the staff of Aiken Cuttages in bringing a little sofia I diveraioa to the omewhat sequestered life of the C tit airers, merits public approbation. These socials, which have bren . • Ubiiahed aa weekly events, ha', o a who!* nome influence upon rtrc morale and are conducive to good health. They sound a .unique departure in the conduct of institutions of this kind. They dispel gloomy introspections; mollify the constant irritation of incompatibilfty that manifests itself in all sanatoriums by reason of close association with divers characters and temperaments; *nd last but most important, serves to establish friendly contact with the “outside world." It ia not uncommon to overhear, in public places in town, the remark that one has a rendezvous for Thur-*! slay evening at the Aiken Cottages, Last Thursday was a particularly enjoyable evening for those who are fond of auction bridge Three tables were Arranged in the following or-, der: Dr VV, Pattgh, Miss Virginia VV y man vs. Mr. J. \uchmutty, Miss Mar g«ret McGirt; Mr K, Glenn, Mrs. C. L, Anderson vs. Mr. J. Estes, Mr. Cha fee Mobley; Mr. Hugh Bruin M ss L. Smith vs. Mr. Kdw. L, Hayes, Mrs, G. Yonce. Miss Sophie Mims, of Edgefield, S. S.. whose many benefactions and ne• ti vc interest in the welfare of the ('onagers has endeared her to the hearts of all who know her, and her friend* Miss Margaret hMhn, als# I of Edgefield arrived as spacial guests for the evening. Miss bona Mobley, whose engaging personality and dexterity with the piano has alw ays been a source of great delight, entertained with piano selections from tho musical comedy bits of Broadway. Mr- .James Crawford, a recognized figure in music ctrct« iii New York. who make* his' winter home in liken, relieved Mi — M    ♦ leal selections, thus rounding out a well-balanced evening. Towards time! for leave-taking (IO p. m.J refreshments were served w-hile the bridge enthusiasts boasted of their victories or complained of their ill luck. Mr. James Estes, who was £ ailed away on an emergency trip to his home, returned last Wednesday, A new arrival. Mr. W, ll. Pruitt, of Anderson, S. ( ., increases the list ,,f patients now at the Cottages tot seventeen. Miss Anys Salley, of Salley, S. (\, taking the position left vacant by the resignation of Miss Alice Hume, of assistant to the superintendent. Mi— I Jane Fraser, arrived la-t Monday —Andrew Swede The regular quarterly meeting of the fifth restrict of the Junior Or Ider bn i ted American .VI cc ha iii cs, and (the Daughters of America was h« Id on Saturday evening ai Graniteville. I no .Juniors meeting in tin* Hickman Hall, while the Daughters met in the Masonic Hail. Atter the regular discus id the Junior; ladies, where a delly of sandwiches, cake, c iririks were serve*!, som** very interesting made by Dr. Dwight KILLING OCCURRED SUNDAY Ellenton Af fray End* in Death of On* Man fend Sower® Cutting pf Another, Woman Under Guard .erst md. ,, r A Hi; Hi* woman he Au-c nub a Dewey was met with the fitful luncheon toff*■*• and col I . followed by talks, being Deus, State »i1 rate cetin ■ I th,-si hangup on en Secretary, of Georgia; ,J. (). She;*-pard, of Edgefield, former Stat** Councilor and Mr, Johnson of Spar tanburg, They gave -nine interesting: facta concerning the work of both Orders. All council- of the district being well represented, '■firtuda wa** selected as the next District meeting place, which will convene tm Saturday night, April 12th. MONTHLY MEETING U D C'S. uh! Honor F rn(aine •Mrs. Charles With delightfully entertained '1.,- Et)waul Croft Chanter, I’. D. th. Mon lay afternoon. With twenty-:wo members present •he meeting was called to order wiih •Mrs. John F VVilliar - in the than. Vft«I tilt- Ritual wa- recited, the roll call wa; answered with the poem* of James Edwin Kerr. The following historical program was rendered: Reading: "Why W< Sh the Memory of Math* vs Maury", Mrs, John May Chorus: "Old Folk- at "When Grandpa Follow poem written by Jam. - Edwin Her-was beautifully read bs Mr- Kati big.rn Mrs. Kneece r< ad a tribute to Let and Jackson whose birthdays w* celt hrate on the I nth and 21st, respectively. ^complete description J i> f D. C. emblem and its significance was read and explained by Mrs. Henry Clark. After a -hor! bu-m.-s session the hostess served a delicious course. Do lh i a, ut living at the it gust.i Ellenton i from Ellenton, I '.Nun, aho wa band with a kn porn**! about I U Boss ( ha von -tation at the 1 two roads, and is a favorit* I out place. Chacun- an i Du gaged in a fight and I fix on w ting Chavoum very severely, and Mr-. Chay* u- claims that she fired the -hot to save the lit*- of her husband Mr.-. Cha VPU* was placed under ar rest, but her hu,-t>and i- in such h bad condition that sh# was allowed to -stay at the house and nurse the wounded* man. . < on,mm Tarver was notified of the affair late Sunday night and at nee started to the seem* with Sheriff II ward. He lull an inque-t early ami examined HOSPITAL AUXILIARY WATER COMMISSION IN ANNUAL SECTION; REPORT SUBMITTED MRS LEON HOLLEY RE ELECTED COUNCIL IN LOW SCSSIQN R G. Tarrant Compliments Women Walter Plunkett, Representing Good on Thee Work in Behalf of the rich Robber Company, Sell* City A.ken County Hospital.    1.000 Feet Fire Hose VV an'- Auxiliary to th# Ai- City Council held a lengthy mc**!-Hi spital held its annual ing cr: Mon lay night, and heard rnornins r, Jnn I OI th, -hi a ny rep* •rte and rt o uased t .. . . ajTllI Cr, Aik* I ary, with th# C'u* if. of thV cli .or over tw**., ho ors. I aft ll .Hey, prodding. I Th# .. 'ally report.- of ti IP VV .it or A u \ w us pl# used to ha v*. Work- c, .nom -inn. Chief of Police i th# ho ani of Tri IU* and Heal! h Depan nom wa . . -U’.rmt- mm. ll *’ -poke V, ry (ted, a* w ell a- the (inane ial tat.* ip. n the wor k be rn' d<> ' m* n: of the * ty clerk for the past A x an d out lined aor HI* year. nenta a lid pup, o #. i Thin re port c.i*rn)i n**,*,I j - aa fof lop* d fill the Ho -pi*.**! in ti he lows; THE RAIDING PARTY Left • light -Sheriff Howard, Den alms liar*, n. Beaufort, Sand* . -    Sorgee    ar i Den \ r • mr VI V, l l ti 11, > n , c , , ("aah on hand D**e. I. JK $    7,062    54 .....1    th',"    S,,r"*1 v'r i IL   - for your. :-r ,1*, ,n*'n" *mi **1..™..,., ''iv interestingly concerning mm Monday several witne; **-. Gus Hush testified that WI!.- wert* outside the -omoohe    "im    to he entered ? t ha vol, ll not the ***• be*! her. J-ii on s.. lief, nd to shoot him and his store and TIO ft. A - Sheriff Howard with demit ie- Beau- ame the ,Vl\\ WH.. in a , fort, Sanders and Garvin destroy«*d pour*ically cut ff from Hew a v*rv large -till last Wednesday, lo VC, f th. CH was located Sh* *f rated about five mil. ** from Windsor, Howard . nt Deputy Sanders to \ near the ll nnet mill moo!    * I    ken for a truck to m„ve the outfit \ reporter for thi- nriper learned of thi- big pin*** and went to the -iii! md took a snap shot of the outfit. I he true f the needs and duties of her | To(*, rec^t In shun. j * mt *> et, j orth, . Below arc the splendid reports for ■ year given by the various com $149,573. IR I 4 1,8:12.37 >r< about i' Ile Home". *<1 Lee." LOT SOLD The Fell Int on V irk street, , u t south of Mrs F. S, Willcox'* coit ,/t-wa- sold la-t week to Mr, C. VV. ' lark, of New York Tin- Lu H,ins the property of Mr. Clark, and it ,-tinderstood that he will make a ten ni- court on hi- new purchase. The purchase price wa- reported in the neighborhood ..f $12.OOO Sale mad* by A, S. \\ illc<»x agency. oi.I ti me vv hi n he grot t* was -b«> ding at 1) > her husband, arid trio Un -econ*! tim. oui rn*! -ce Dix.oi cut Chavou* and could not t* i| whether cither one of ■ —I—L* Ut ’A A J  -yj f--» f-f t *~r #«• •*■•    ■ Henry Ri* harrison testified that >•# wa* in tin* store about lo o'clock, to get some cigarette- and hear the Ktmphophon# play. He heard the wrangling, t ut ran off. Heard ’.ne pistol -boot an went back and -a*.* Dixon on 'he floor. Did not se* any on** hav*■ a knift*. Drs. John (*. Good and F. C. Ii! inkley testified that they , xatnined the body of the dead man and f mud a buil**t hole entering the abdomen -surd pa-rtng through the body. which caused death. I he coroner** jury brought in a v' r‘Bct in a. * ordain ** with the above acts, and Mrs. > havous will he charged with murder. A -0 n a the e* intl it ion of h* r husband p.'rmi*-be ill he brought to \ ken , , I It was no ordinary still, but a regular manufacturing plant. Phi* -till 'v»» of about 150 gallon- capacity, copper throughout, wa- operated by a large steam boiler, which wa tired wi'h Coke. About th# m,|| ,Vf.r(. twenty-three vats w th a ram I ! ,500 gall* ris of ma h. I were not all fill. ,1 a- th. been in operation po*ddy ai and ther# were mo gallon kcs. the result of th** • gF*' carried v ikon of md iber of iii they pro. a ti-* troved Report of the Tiea-urer, Mrs. R. L. Gunter. V tnt collet 'ed. !;*2:< - Boo'b a? Horse Show    I" (IC (HI Donation Day    173.65 Toi-al 11128 % THO ft r. d Donat it Balance on hun*! Cl v “Ut the ti!! twenty .»< ...... pine trees had b. **n cut aud u . I « “■'-’T-en "to cut oflTthe x* t;,r hl!!G and I * ordinarily apnea* VV md TI i 'Total I out, K»2!» fruit ar .    lil-k.11^.......ii: rn, and i- a \ mount* !!ill\ NA . Ai: > *■ Standard, !• >r label liken ll -p tai Ii.A Iti',- r.f It,,,U H T,t Ho Petit Jurors For Circuit Coroner Find* That Court    Bates    Was    Murdered liker) Standard tor cards VV <»rk .rn gr > md I k oft .'I >u nd- Mi- Krnr-t Lamar Pow ell iia rd w i re for kitch* n table Drawn V eitrrdey Are Summoned ti* 1 Report to" Aiken on Feb. 3rd.    . i T int it kl Bat SURASKY TO BEGIN SEMI-ANNUAL SALE WILKINSONS BRIDGE RESTORED The NEW HOME OF KNOX DAMAGED BY FIRE •Id Aiken Augu-ta mad leading to Warrenville, by the way of Robinson s pond, i-. now open f< r ti ave!. The bridge over Wilkinson s creek ha- been replaced, and the road -craped and dragged. The palatial home of Mr. Seymour Knox, located on Whiskey* road, just opposite Fermata School, wa* di-covcred en fire yesterday mcrning about 3:30, and the building badly-damaged. This $130,000 budding ha been under construction during th* past summer by the Northeastern Con-struct ion Go., arni was completed HOUSES LEASED with the exception of poli-hmg floor-, etc,, and wa- scheduled be delivered to the owner - n T day the to i vs- •Mr    J-    D.-car    VV lim    ti-, ,.f    ,v \ ,,ri- ha - .* hi*, ijnrr# n the Va’ flung lea : to Mr Jam**- \ \ndr« w of Bi • h* da,    Md.,    f .r    the -, u I-' ;' ’    ’ 1    - "'ii i,    through    Sail.    ;    A Hall, K.-stI I    \ gen: Mr.    VV    R.    Md br, f    \,..v York,    has    I- cd    : c.- 'K    e I ’ cottage on York    S’-eet    for M,i‘« Mr.    and    V' -    \f J], r ...    . family ate now ... ut>vi> g > , ing a ‘ive i (anuars 2nd * M'mi ant ..‘I clearance sale if B M. Siira-kv begins Friday and will ■'ffor Alki n - ('aigam hunter- an un ii-ual array *»f good buy- in nil kind of merchandise, I hi- i- one *.f the two big -al. -annually c<>n*lu ted by this enter pricing merchant and the buying public ha grow >i to look forward * * this O' ' n'. Special offer- are being made in Women's :r.    •- and coat-, a well a' 'n ■»"    A    f. it ut-.- ,! •> , (•alga n- ..ffercl men are special pn.e- at which a -tan.1.,'d hrund of shl" !" 'r'y -old *iuf ir l this -ale. Vl! ')n ffgular lines of • ,ck hav. f' ' tin kl; ..I I,.. rr  r <u , '    '‘! ouId prove a* • rue' ive to f>. L; Toole. Aiken Root* 1 (.'bailie >avvyer, Wartenvtib I u I lie* I. iu i , I .angst , D. I>. VV omen, Bath. S. K Arthur, Gi tiiiu v file I'aui S. Tin-ley . Nog* > \ jg '■ S. Hor in-. VV .ti , i n v 111 < Goo I . Quat Del.aum, Mon* •I D. Br w n, Jac k-on. F. (I *iarv n.. VV indaur D R. I ox, Aiken Route Q, J VV How aid, Monetta. B I. Mu tidy, Windsor. VV. A. Altman, Vaurluse W L. Tindall, Bath A. J. Gollum, Monetta. G. (’. Davis, Langley. IL 1). Will tam-on, Salle,. Jack McCarty, Aik*n. J. B. Gunter, Salley, VV din- J on*--, Bath. F.    B    Beaufort, J:., N.    \    n Ran <»y, Augusta    Ut. II    D    ; fit 11 h. No,*' ■ Ant Lloyd Gunter, Wagener V < x.,r , •    \ M    VI    srn; * ti. VV    , ij,»r 1 ' Rh hardson. Aiken Ut ’ •I    B    Bryant. Langley. I' Ta A11 I dan ltd, A rrtsn v :' • Torn Watts, \    .    . V    I    K i v, t a, I. John i well, Jack .*n. VV    VV    Coleman,    Aiken W    lf    V eat - ■ ■ ‘    -.j. \    , occurred at a Henr Bath on S ’; * Dr Walden was shill throug ■I •» *t ' batman v***i r $    5.920.81 Members of the Water Work* Com misi-on were present, and Mr-Schroder read a very full report, w hich is published in another column. ' Sty Council Commended them for th*' excel)* nj report, and was going ta aid,-, », pro..f.,}_ TH# 1 WTTTmti-Strtn-*‘f- had .ii.’ally ordered thi* don#. I S.:,To j firing ''n- pa-t year the sum of .... I 705 TM vvns -pent on additions it’d ll '* Sa* water amt sewerage -y-tems I un*} wa- aid out of th* earnings 32.:.o j * ‘    I’1' water system Thor# I to ' 1''' -evernl improvement- yi*t to V V fid I b* mad* if -I the main ow or u> -Ute I fit e* r-T-tfR .’n! ar pert f hi* !a«f ''.■in vv til 1 about $2(»,im)0. The pump'- ale now working 22 hours per day, and al times are pumping 1,944,000 galbin of waler daily. They have be. n in operation since 1911, and in th*, near future other pump will hav*. to bt purchased. The report of the Chief „f Polk*# was pub fished iii our last issue. Mrs. B C M. Lean, of the committee studying the traffic laws of the , ify reported that ab* had seeur-I eopie, of all traffic law- and read • I I)    for    tm    '    '    '    »«*••    '    Alderman y'ebe of the -ame committee made ll OI I art I Jai *2 a. no 5(1 on I I .Ort Bank $252 I I $312 27 $5(11 41 MV*.' R (J. Tara V * Ni John < d I iff JI' a * liar DR MARION WYMAN INJl RI I) I    nd-    of    lh    Mal "I to the Ban! • VV iff,., u, in an a * 'I ie'I 'I- I Ibid, fit OU’.j/ ] 1 w.rti un to request (he City A tw »f hours worke d, 1092. I rn G ti re write these or it nance# aa II. F Ethomig^ I MUI O , if them wet* out * * date and v’ xing I’ mini!*I..<■ Rh,Tts OOH, Spread; 8 I 2, fcw. infra M« lictor Thi was 1 VV * Plunk,.!, or lerod. and (,’. I,. * ' I '• Shirt '.ll T .V,*l- 2 1, Tab!,* .3 Told** ft nm ' a k* d w en* present a. a 1 ' G i -1 Baptist . hat • e lypnagr commit fee 'i i* .*h, and a1* tut th,* OI.’,. M, K na ■ , Bag 12, Shut ,36, ’I < h lire fi b. m.d„.j w.,H*r f re walks, and Draw . lip* ! lo I!,, t a I 11 to on V mo., certain un ig ‘Iv -tumps Baby Blank**! 3, Ii ,tty s Street V 1.1,*rn i a ii Et lo redge abv Shirts 6, Diaper 36, report** i that th* drain had been r dal 3 :1 fixed a Hi tha- the -tump Would lie Horn. i a,ming < ammi* (DOV. ij Chairman,- M, || J* Mr VI M Pai ke, net • lied for n!y * baii ii an, Af FIi ft <i rain I ay - ‘i> b« pu* in * ’ ,nt gtag**, she am i j •    f *'h«* Tea *    to pay f Muar’ of can, . i g md half . f tin t (H mot i >i I his on- md i 'n mix | pr*>v* n ■ • * wa 111 d i ■ r e d. f Mr EJ, H . . Ald# mat I It h**r« dc a i-.ed that • nation I Jay R* < • mt ior i ‘. ** and 1 << val , ‘lo pat ('nun* W’O, k A * a front *,! b- total bt* , i, a al o ordered ’ «* A ti en Hi. I hi. !:. pr, ntativ• fr.on tJ, * a lo I. Fire ll I • he <;. • , Eureka Fir,* Jim dru b Rubber Co , < ( ali i v.’. heard v, 11 < * I! #* \, c h a I rni a f? I vt I VV a • Dun, an fi* * 1 * , Mr CV B Pal nor, ! .....!i ... Vt . I ’........... i • ■,1 ’,' . VV** f] f t. v I»r j ? I ’ the dif-; a ii i es. I  ....... -’art' i i e The • tire is unkm d in the large rue in was us lr tm**, tit arri ding t The origin and pro! aid. trance 1 all, a when th* iii* and flame- w roof above, horn one. a- tile building cd with -lit!e, l h'* pal * ing not burned was <1 smoke and watt r. The turn tor* fur the I, to hav* been placed w week and Mr. Knox ar expected in Aiken on occupy the horn. well known polo in,*n* men her of I h< budding i fit:    per ce."'    In--, ., r... mon* y, about $.’>0 OOO oi ti fir< RL FURN5 TO NEW YORK ILL igri ta.* a stub- h; n far on Jan'. Mr hr lay * r an I he c t*ag < insider# Mantle! Surashy, Mrs Sol. Sun. ky, vt it it g his parents kcw \ oj'k y I Pe, da wife ar I mother 1 »us cond lion. Shortly aft. - he was taken ,1! and ca me w irs#, nee* s-d ve-terday. M'h.dhe *.n will !>,. , ... , • • -i ‘after Mr. N. a York REPORT OF WATER COMMISSION I -I lull tot lite ll ie* We,,*    -    ,(, ') JI 12 < allied ox tee to, the year a Ii HH At J Bill Ut R HERK l<d»AN M g I Mi * G V T • v o, toned to, on Frxd.y evening to attend a dinner par* given eelehrat,. n of the 70th birthday f Mr. Towmes mother, Urn. Jal,* Townet, which took place out ai the k ruiUend Nurseries, where aha u making her home. The guest# mriud her children and a numoer of CranJ cfeddrea ace bui agent fhe first demonetra* • be held at !* o clock in * he O' rf "ft the farm ' A D ami I VV    \ * kmaon, in Beech island section The second will be held on the far, | of VV    McNair    and A H    War. la the Kitch.mgi M U section \ MI * Us side prof® "j "f \ if fbi* real t^iur *,»nn* • prrtt , woe rn i 52.1 Gj futd to , ,v [- won Id h .' th* reason ;