Aiken Journal And Review, January 22, 1930

Aiken Journal And Review

January 22, 1930

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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - January 22, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina 8 P AGESNo Paper Published in this Locality Equal* the Journal and Review's Ovulation in Aiken County VOL. 60— NO. 4AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22. 1930 MKS. HILL AGAIN LEAGUE PRESIDENT t» mu w.™ * ....... AS“,SS™ik MWI ™VENES MONDAY MORNING $2.00 a Year—5c a Copy TO HOLD OFFICE DURING IMO Chocolate Millis Already Mad* ap, Advises Grade "A" Milk.    I    S»    CASES    TO    GRAND    JURY AIKEN FAST FILLING WITH WINTER VISITORS    COUNTY    TEACHERS One Hundred and Fifty-Four Houses Owned or Leased by Tourists. Completes 3-Day Meet 112 Widows of Confederate V#te-rant ^Rec et vinjt Pensions From State. Presidents Report for Pa#t Year According to reporta from tho Fossr Prisoners Now Held in Jail    Jjj i few Week/ th* A Shows Mack Progress Made and < <'UNtJ” health <iep«rtni«*nt, -evera! Charged with Murder—Session    ,n W!|| p,. at ,ts k.i,, amj New Members Added.    persons suffered from the effect* of    W'II Hardly Claar Docket.    house.    ,f    the city are fast    Iii' • - fowl, .... in* in Aiken last wv*k a    --------- I . .    are manv cop]. Mrs. C. J. Hill was re-elected ?    dnnking    choro*    I    The    wintt‘r    U*rm    f    th*    r°urt    of    »nd liken is going to enjoy a larg* president of the Aiken Civic League aU‘ mi!k put UP !n bottlp* com- J General Sedona will convene in ‘Won** this Vear as in years past at a meeting held Wednesday after-in* from 'b*; ^me source.    Aiken od Monday, The term will    There ate 86 houses now own, noon. Other officers elected to serve k * * Z °f thi* W('urr<'nce th‘* 'Mt {'>r £wo w*“*ks w,th    <’    €-    by the tourist colony an I they an with Mrs. SIB were: Mrs Herbert *    ‘‘r    T t0 warn the ** «ther*tone, of Greenwood, pre-Lu alroot occupied -by their Zoners r    i    .    u publ,c »K*inst the practice of drink- bu>>ng.    I    - . „ ,    ,    .,    , K. Gyles, first vice president; Mrs    kll    ,    _ or friends. In addition to this then d ic i. _ i, _    .    ,n« aT1>' m^*k preparation or product On Monday Solicitor Berte Car I r. r. nend^fsort, second vice Drest- i    *    *    un* As    h.    «    ? d.nt; Mr,. Walter r. Picket, re ?    >" ’"" 7" ,"‘SMy Pr‘‘l’*re‘l) r w“ *«•" 1 ')Ur*    '*■«»«]    '    '    '    h*"    ' eleete.1 wnm; and Min Mlri.n ,'7”    W"f"0B* *,lk- <W »ver th, hill. of indictment and (rot- l" "    *»    th"    •*>••-    ' Peltew secretary    m    Tfeahly    made    from    grade    (t,n*f his business in proper -hape for Aiken. Mrs’ Hill submitted her report for \ ?!K '* *" healthful "oariahmg j th* ‘* »u**t He ha, 59 indictments to :    In a fe.w weeks the c ny sill I, the year's work during I '.IJH 8s fol ?    ’    to°    often-    purchased    ,    •«*■ Riven to the A,rand Jury, and J |0W|#.    ready prepared in bottles, it con- | * ‘<>r^    !    1    ourt    <    ushman    says    that At the close of the year l'»2«i the    ^ ,nfCr,0f KntuV h",k ^ arP ~1 '    '    r,“w    on    th<*    l"‘'k    |    "H 1 .....................  ‘    11"' will make a total of ho J **R K filled to over flowing. Polo will he in full -wing, and the golf links crowded In addition to these sports tennis is becoming more popular every day. and the courts about the city are seldom without players. I he hotel* of the city already have a large number of guests and re-er vat) tis for ! he next f« a weeks aru very heavy. There are a number ' d leases now pi ruling which will I .* announced w fI •) the tit \s few days I hi follow.mr is the list cf cot- /»!„• t    ,    ,    ,    and    as    a    conseouence    is dangerous I et ( tvie League render s with nr dc ,    .    . .( ..    ,    r,r,nk    chocolate    milk, but buy the    '-bat    will have the attention of some of ils accomplishments.    ,    ,    ,    J    L, .    fresh    grade    “A    nu    k and make it the court. It seems to have been a contin    „    , •rn itramk* ... »ur bmiiiM I , f* * "“la    '    ."“"T    "f    “r" (.ark rn.,ch ..In,lr,-,I bv    J*''*    y    e"l*»r«l.    lfcvrr    |^-r.l    .'h«,w,l    ,,th    ».*!«.    Th. At millet Of the U«u. Ib'uvvil I"',.,, ,    '    Mys    l)r‘    of    ruiner,    well    known •ll.iw.ll half of th. abl lilt rh in,:    <•'    BvAk-    f*™."'    "f ,h" NV» place un Richland avenue lo he em    “    '    '    '    > ,-a.I,nun mil .cr. like!. New Windsor School    ’    1    ,rl'    "    "    " verted into park by planting arborvitae, shrubs and gra„, thi- wa* curbed, part of thi, curbing being paid for by property owners and part by the League. Now Being Rebuilt ire several others that lono time to try. Th* iartily deal the locket lilt trustees oi the Windsor weeks. n    .    hDo1    wh*‘«>    they    opened    bm,    for!    Th.*    following    i-    the    I Recommendation, were pre-nte I rebuilding the burned school build    !a,S require to coumil a-kinp that aa ordln.nc    ing,    ,,t th.    Sup.rint.nh.nf.    rf    Md    M.th««    Blnck.,1, ....aal b. pa.s.d requirintr all .iwr.s to place    eatii.n    ..hie.,    lac    tfclnciay,    reject    .    tery    with    intent    ta kill Ital Inure in covered cant and not al    cl all    bid.    a- they were    tau Wh low it to be scattered on sole walks.    |,eing    mort    than    the fun()h avmi!* I Also a resolution about parking only    able, on south -.de of Cur\c street. Both of these resolution, were granted. A membership drive WM conduct-    .bout *40.000.    The    miurkncel cd and we now hale IM pal,I .pl,***, U,    ^    t,a„M    a,.j I here were a number of bidders and the bid* ranged from $2 I,(HH) ti insurance I Kl ne-1 Steadman, n or lor. Klijab (ireon, tin ft of ;iut«mobile H.«rat o Sun-. tho ft of a it limb* ! H iii IHII. ht>u>.« bi caking and lur- I ny * leo I ludley, munler. iimer iii cc :u. .grand.- la re im ,. \ i t hor I)i*rrirk. hm glar \ on pr> •an "I Bange Grov. ---( • iraud For* tv Lenox Ma WO ' Bldg!! J Hall”. XV mthro > Ruth erf uid, Xilamu cl.A, N "Cedar Lodge" — J Hopk ns-Sm th, Sr, Portlar id, Al. | ri "< .Hilda . d "........t co. lf. So uth. r. < 'olu n fa 14 V Hit* t V X . •Box av ti d"— Al iiiame lot Loa -ck , , New X ok ot • "Bandbo x"- Al #. .1 ll I. ving ; rn, New X ok The Pi lur-"— Gen rge ll . Alt at Day t o n, (tin, "llollida v H.jus D —— i . S von.1-ta de, AAN Con v. .. I inenvbers on our roll    o.:    .1 0\ or ‘’on ,4 t.Ak 1 I    s 1|S SUm ’ tru"u‘‘‘s nUl'1 replace I ■mmir Herr IC K, DUIg .1 tie tree.- • I “n‘i cr**P«* my1* .>h«* building, inst.U a heating plant Ji.hr, Williams, vmlgti {,|an!,'(i 1,1 ()“r PMks and then purchase furniture. There Hon law. “V; rrn    «•    ~    fond. .va.Uhle an., the A,-thor Fowler, bondar, MIW n  h"    'Ch™' n'U'' *>' replaced   pl,,, '    ‘ at otTerson I a\i> Highway nronu for $28,000. After considering the matter for County Mules men!. Tu ,,    .    I    *    ~    i * ii* . hic iii at ivr IOT he resident attended the State sometime on Thursday they decided federation meeting rn Spartanburg, to proceed by day labor and selected The mc League was one of the    R. O.    Walker,    of Perry, as    superin three outstanding Clubs of    the Wes-    tendent. The    building',* to    he ceinte    to gnrnarnrtTve-*,,refed in TOO .lays, and Mi Walker reports of this meeting.    Las started to work. The school In March, the League sponsored should be completed bv the la<t of I law a splendid entertainment put on by April. the Society for the Preservation of    ____ the Spirituals from Charleston. 0u> a . • Cir net proceeds from tm- amounted to AUCt,°n    Of $<'55.00. Last May, the League    assisted the Chamber of C.Ammerce    with the    The    auction    -ale of mules at the ticket sale, which brought to Aiken office of County Commissioners on the Redpath Chautauqua. The League . Saturday wa-a great success a-did not ,ign UJA for Chautauqua a- far as auction -ales go, The crowd ll.Sl[ak .    (was large, the auctioneer, was good bach spring a flower exchange b and bidding wa very rapid. N. \\ I eftz, ut Orangeburg, proved a A May Day party was held at the good auction, er, and he frequently home of Mrs Duncan in connection h,d tht. cr,lU j gu,.sMng a. U) whom with the Student Club, arid $5T.9*i the pu,ihase, w*i, was realized for the Student    I. .an    Clerk    Ct-fer had the    sale well „r Hind of the State Federation.    ganized,    and em*h mule    bore « num- :'d' '    *2i) Kil 0,,ntrthute(i. ber. They a-re br-ught into th, lave yaks ,,n S,*uth Houndry, ring on,- at a time, and the crowd which were badly tom and broken,    wa- eager    to    bid on    them    I1 were trimmed and treated bv the    Twenty-rtve    mal*    .a,ie    cid md Uague at a c,„t of I ii 4 2.00, half U* price*    nun ,id from s,f,O0 to ^ of this was re-imbur-ed to League    *145,00.    if by Council. Under the supervision    _________ ____ of the president *-.6 trei    had the p. . dead a i ar i oh tie- . remove Litizen Of Perry .....At    Columbia    Hospital ed at -he Western District meeting in Blackville in (ictuber. Next year Aiken will enter'ain this organization. A re,|u«-t wa- mad. of C.-un 1! lo furnish two lawn mowers to be u-ed in the Park- of busine,, distr! t, Tile League also requested that a committee, one member from Cham her ct Commerce, one from City Council anti *me T nt the League, he formed to study trad! • regul it-.ons and to pif-erit ref,. um» n«latinns to Council.. I hose request- were granted, Two bur ired guaranteed dog-wood trees were plat;1. I n parks and streets <,f the city, I'Jo of thc-e Wen- fl '    •    i ll r.\    I , Major Hill, assault aini battery with intent to kill. F, W. Mitchell, violation prohibition law. John Manning, forgery I,,i.lie Martin, burglary. John Coleman, murder. i.eon Robinson, murder. Sumter Hilt, violation prohibition S. C. BROADCASTING STATION SUGGESTED $1,000 STOCK OFFERED AIKEN Mftllpr VV ill be Inken up by Frneil Allen With the Bo.rd of Direr tor* of the < hem ber of Commerce Winter Cottage Owner* e Ii.!!” -Mrs. Sheffield Chelp*. Aiken, s. < thank*' K, <■- Crave. Bethlehem, Pa. f f    katherine    deH Par* n ,*\.w A 01k MMJ*fWood"—William T. Pitkin, Havtford, C*»nn. “{iopelands"- C. Oliver Iselin, (llenheatl, i I "< alien Clar»*nce Dolan, U >semont, Pa. "Sunny Corner"— Yale Dolan, Philadelphia, I' "Red lop K;t*h Gilbert, Gilbertsville, N. A'. "Men Rep..-" Tho* Hitchcock. West bur., L. I “J-ye” Harry Payne Whitney, New 'ink. “Deodars" Frederick A. Snow. New Ains ‘Soul.‘ilea"—Frank V, Burton, Jr., V '(’hinan. ri y ' Jonn \\    < >nvt rse. Ro 'Rye Patch" ('ha- (. I ayin . Pm tint ‘Little Pinea" tkalnua)- Sarah C. Pet IL S. WRI,a youth Perry ; hospital - off e t ii about tile thest rd. VA illiamson on Sundav afte lit said that His ‘'a-swear out a va a: ran of .I It Dud lie, Ji Pei ry. Williamson sal,I -rd friend:    when    tw and anothi r man, p th* ii nu .em bile, <1 tance ar.t then    Hu loiter, Huddle carried 'loan ut Wagi mr, wl the 1 <duir.b a ho-ratal ‘Th*1 Littie Whitt* llouse    Albert T. Maurice, A r^-trmd i nttagt? Mi lins', n Raw* "Sunw o ks"- W illiam Elkin#, Philadelphia. Curtis Cottage—Mi*. Jam*-- I Curtis Wa-luny "Easy Days" -Joseph Stevens, Jericho, I, I. "Mousetrap"—E M livers, Pittsburg, Pa. hell ( ottag)'— Mrs. \\, Frazier Harriman, Che-! "I,ire Oak’—Etiward L. Crawford, New \ n-k. Dows Cottage-—David Dow-, New York Stevenson (‘ottage—B**rtha Ste'enson, Bo tun, Ma -Murray House—Mrs Murray Cobb, gym Mawr, Pent Kalnua < ut tag*—Mrs. Francis J Kelley, New York. "-Seet-e!-"—(rrri. H, Chipchasr.    lbidi Ct.    n,    ,    Mo "Sunnyside"—J, T. Cannon, Cynthiana, k>. “Sandhurst"- Ludlow Kramer, Westbur , I.. I. "Cocktail Corner" J F. Byers, Pittebuig. Pa. "Onawa" - Mrs. < B. Souttei. Cellar Rapid-. I wk Murray Cottage D . lleton Ave.)- II \ M.niay, New Post Cottage —ki.fi ll, IN,.*. \\    est bury,    I    I,. Redmond Cottage- -(.»«*rably n I.    lie tint. t    I,    Nt    v    A oik ’-“Southboume” <0 Galt jtourne. New A of 4 "Crossway-**—-Af hut ll A - ung, N. a A ark Sherwood 1 ittagf    I. T«inei,    \.    a V rk f’ochian < ittagf    I h    hi a- Kwmg.    Ji    .    New \    ti **W edgeW'ood’ Bai    I    Godw in, Nt .v    ’1    >rk. Holley lo 11 y Farm Monson Morn-, Sn; ’ .*•»«!- J I be Sh. fling I    A    M    fab la id    ii.    IN.,    im ; "Hill Top” Mr-    Xii art /. (.ray, \.    a    '1 , Hofmann Cottage Mr-. Mai *    i ii ti* ll    *    a*    •    . Net **R    *    Mary" —IN gn ai i I:    I ay i i, I    . \    ',    . W int ere r. ft" X lf Clegg, Nt w X ■ *' I he XV indows" M Bn* k I hay. •. N» v X tk 1 ase 1 ct tag. —.Allan Ca-e, l o nt o, 1 an "XX bitt Hall" R    J{    Md o nm k,    < hit    . ■■ . up Pm. Cot tag.* Al    Jeronit Rf an,    G1    -. poin*,    Ai *, "G1 cen Shinglt    .I    VI    Dwyer, lh ti    ii, .Midi. Flagg « - 'N.tgy- D «. Flagg. Radn-.r. Pa Bolton Co*• ag. William IC" N. w X rh. a err 1; lo tat The year i* year interest he chairman = ‘ McLean, many ■tided, such i s'dl life, nov< Mks Phe ens yard at thrs ■ people it' cr* Besides serving aa a "get togeth er for the entire    community, th* nice sum of IKR.78 wa* realized The League • porno.red the 1 brist    XI ma* illumination again this year    ported that    th* im ming the material    earned over .ratted for the    Chrii from lait year. Several new fea    the poor of    Atsen county    A lure* wert added, as the beautiful'    famihe* were    helped    by    this •tar sod fell® glass    m*ide the arch    tee, worbtng    in co ope rat llfhta. Amaunt expended HILK) j th* Social Welfare worker XX el fare The Aiken county pension board finished a thief day session Saturday, its annual meeting, during which the pen a t on list for this county wa- rev.-eil and checked. I'he meeting was held in the office- of Probate Judge G. R. XX ebb, who disburses for the hoard and wa- attended by ail three member#. I B. Tiler, chairman; XV. J Puce, and h XX a rd I a w Seigler I he roll now lists the name- of twenty -ii t on federate veteran*, six of w hmn are dead; this year's pen I -ion installments will be applied to their fun. tai expenses, and furl bet installments to their widows, if any X' ' 'im are pa I -IMO per year in two installments of $120 each, There ar«• I I *2 w uiow s of c .fifed-I Arrau st’, laos over tixty years of agt and (ive until i that figure, to wliom ;•« n-i.ms a if paid Those over Maty get $1M) per .veal n (aah in-fal!nu ri*- of $ko while th > >• un tier sixty get $125 a year in two in station ars of $ ll2,50, Western Union And Rail Officials H ere HOLD 2ND MEETING WELCOMED BY IC D. SMITH Dr. P. J, McLean and J. P. Coats Addr*** Eighty-Five Teacher* in Auditorium of Aiken Institute. Aiken County teachers met for the {second time this school year at the Aiken Institute Saturday and heard addresses from Dr. P J. McLean,-K, 11 Smith, superintendent of education and from J. P. Goa*-, of the . South < anilins Teacher* association, An urn v oectedly large crowd t»f about < ighty-8vi* teachers were present from all sections of the county and heard with intern-1 the talks, follow ing va Inch a lunch was served. The Rev. J. G Boggin conducted the devotional exercv-e* ami was follow'd by Dr. P J .Mcla>an, of the Find Rapti-t church, Dr McLean made a short talk on illiteracy and urged everyom* to lend their effort* in the coming cant-paigri to eradicate illiteracy from this late and c <»unt y 11, out lined briefly the pi ogre,-- of education and predicted that th** I • work was >el to be done along this line. .4. I H...... '.■'enc rat ””g r " j ,J * York, N A XX' S XX od, g. lo .iii ‘iipi-rintendent eotiin rn. tit, New X or k .NX' I B I lo rnji A tbm'a, * .corgi a; N XX rimy, .ii vi-b-n -up. rvis< >r nit ce . V • k,nt.I. '.a . J. AX Hut) 'bard. divi-i n -uper viv.1 line Aria nta, Ga Touring with ■lo XX'.-Mtern 11 nion official- vvel I . I X Jfoi.-, genet at . ■ * if j. Son* h< rn railway; A ll 4,4t«- • I -on, ■ u j mo'vt-or Son?hem rail vin u hei - t■. j. ive lo- Sou th Camion ar ii poir ted ..1 leachers pre-Sion:    He    stressed ng bought ti r nigh ■I ii- cheapness. 1 k ing a In rn Ii was horn. e< onornit s WAR ON ILLITERACY OFFICIALLY BEGINS MISS WH LOU (.RAY SP FA KS Addr****r* I mph**1 n* Nec4*«»ily for Si*mpinst out Ignorant.* «nd Oui line Object* of ( ,mpti;n. A I oil roo I ’ N , am,...,.,, State School Checks Received From Hop« Aiken t Share of the 6-0-1 Funi Amount* to $37,636. Lexingtoi C ounty Receive* $61,417. ool ait i for , bool J car b*-en mait- if I a nr c ll. ■ -it f cd i- resent one* >r -tail ■ uni lricri 1 a o ii tr arc com proba bilit y runty ti., rei i am- car y n u ? u > arc if Of)UC ! he at! in it4' wit! a the Bandor g La n ier. i n iWiny Stills Dest royed During the Past Wee Nearly every family hi Aiken County read# the Journal and ; Review.', ;

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