Aiken Journal And Review, February 19, 1930

Aiken Journal And Review

February 19, 1930

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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - February 19, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina A. A a, a. mtiiVT"-.'. ■ unumfir............ T"T rtraii'nnfrr:n-.t*r*f-jru fi:tm I'r'ri s I Nearly every family in Aiken mil ^ 41 Itftftntit I Jttt Ii I County reads the Journal and 8 PAGES Review. * No Paper Published in this Locality £quais the Journal and Review s Circulation in Aiken County VOL. 60 NO. 8VIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1930 $2.00 a Year—5c a Copy SALLEY GIRLS WIN BASKETBALL TITLE DEFEAT PROVIDENCE SEXTET Niath District Championship Anna*-od in Orangeburg Saturday by Winning Two Cames in On# Dny The Salley girls’ basketbdl team won the championship of the Ninth Aged Negro In Dying Condition From Wreck Henry Anderson, 68-year old ne-J gro, is In a dying condition at th**! Aiken county hospital, aa the result J of the collision of his buggy with the | car of B. I). Donald, white man, af j Augusta, which occurred at 815: Sunday morning. The aged darkey suffered a fractur* j Sports Calendar For Aiken List of Sporting Event* Scheduled For February and March Which Means A Busy Season for the “Queen of Winter Resorts.” Wednesday, February 26th Annual Aiken Hunter Trial*, district Saturday night by defeating ^ ^ ,nd his vehieI(, WM d the Providence basketem 26 to 24. 1    ..    .    ed Salley earned the right to meet i    The wmk happened at \l>«. inter- Providence by defeating Orangeburg ]    %ion o{ RichUnd aytnue and Pen- 32-30 Saturday afternoon.    dleton    street    and    so    seriously    injured At the dose of the first half of the , lh#    ^    ho#piul    ,uthorities Providence game the score was 20 to d skull, jaw bone broken in two Steifel Field, Hibeheoek Woods at places, a fractured rib, and a punctur- 14th. Kntri* those on hoi attend. No Ma in BOARD OF HEALTH MAKES ’29 REPORT] YEAR WITHOUT TYPHOID CASE; Milk Control and Enforcement of City I Pure Milk Ordinance Stressed in I Annual. Summary. 8:00 p. in. Classification may in* dude Pair* and Teams of 3 shown sib)east, combined owner?hip allowed. 19th IO in favor of Salley. Providence staked a comeback in the second half but was unable to overcome the Salley lead. The forwards made many shots but were unable to locate the basket. Mooter and Shuler were the "tars for Providence while Hudson and I. Salley were the luminaries for Salley. Monday, March 3rd. I Field Trials—Local All-Age Snooting Dog Stake. Also Puppy Stake if i entries warrant On “Home Run" the shooting preserve of Miss Clau-| dis Phelps, near Aiken, from whom a1! data ma) be obtained. Telephone Raid Near Talatha Altua luh ————    Wednesday, March 5th. State Revenue officer* made a sue* -ay that he has small chance of living. “V  lr—■■■■■- i -—a* State Revenue Men Salley (26)    Providence    (24) E. Salley (6)    (7)    Moorer Hudson (21) Williams    Dandler Livingston    Pribeher Brody    Bull Smith    (6)    DanUler Substitutes: Walker for Williams; Hutto substituted for Pricher. Officials: Miss Sara Godbold, referee; Miss Louise Hunter, umpire; ll. Botnar, timekeeper; Baijev and Mellett scorers. Senator Williams Will Handle Legare’s Work Senator John F. Williams, od Ai k»"i has been asked to handle Cha’' leston's county bills in the senate so long as the vacancy created by the death of Senator W. S. Legare re mains unfilled, Edward K. Pritchard, chairman of the house delegation, announced. Senator Williams was one of several members of the senate who volunteered their services to Charleston county in the emergency and he is accordingly expected to undertake to handle the county’s affairs in the senate for the delegation. The delegation has for presentation to Lieutenant Governor T. H. Butler a petition asking that no election be ordered to fill the vacancy occasioned by Senator Legare’? death, Mr. Legare's term expiring normally at the end of this session. cesaful raid hear Talatha on Wednesday and destroyed a small outfit. An oil drum was used for this still. Near Pine Log bridge a 50 gallon still was destroyed on Saturday. 112)^ Shuler Twelve gallons of whiskey was -vised in a barn owned by Arthur Munday, near the same placp, and a warrant sworn out for hi- arrest. The raiding party was composed of Officers Robinson, Davis, Andrew? and W. A. Sheppard. Iuist week this force destroyed eight stills. A 30 gallon -till made out of a Calcium arsenic drum was destroyed in Hampton county. Two 30-gallon stills and two tOD-gallim?— stills were also found and destroyed in that cfiuntv. Hi the afternoon, an informal Dog Show in or near Aiken. Details from Miss Phelps. Telephone Aiken 108. Friday, March 14th Aiken Steeplechase at 3:00 p. rn. The Eastern Home Club to give a Piece of Plate to the rider of the winner. About 3 miles over regular automobiles Wednesday, Marrh Alton Preparatory School Sp rts Day, 2:30 p. rn., Athletic Field, AIKEN HORSE SHOW Monday, March 24th Schooling over Horse Show riding fences, weather permitting. Grownups until 4 p.. rn., then children. Wednesday, March 26th to Saturday. March 29th, Inclusive Annual Xiken Horse ivy. Hit. , cock Woods. Proceeds to be donated to the equipment and upkeep if the Aiken Hospital. Aiken Annual Polo Pony Show Sunday, March 30th McCoy’s Polo Field at IO id Cit ar in mditio ■ports i d of Cow A ike i cads, ward he jai ii, I •ft. d ti I’ J I > an. Entry blanks and data ii to the Aiken Events run be from Harry Worcester Smit! * a. rn. rega rd lecuri d Aiken Drag lines. To he run March worth House," telephon lo COTTAGERS HAVE RATHE SOUNDREEL VALENTINE PARTY MEN WORKING HERE Lhetr re port ami the re?.dii' mn XX <■ have the honor to t ransmit ie 11'" i th t ie ann ut! iopt »rt of the 'tty ii'.dti I J* i !.. clit fi r the year 929, and n spite of unu ? ira I i ondi- ions of f omls and exre ssive rain* all, we ha vc had .. very successful ear from a standpoint Of disease irevi I; L ion and of health I jet torment. For the econ I tim*- in i ur history, inc* auth* ntic records have been v. pi. w« h yphoid fe ive had no ? iv. tie case of art ii- dor • a the entire y<>,r; anil n .the CU nty at large, t ie average ncidence, in? be* n redo* • d by more hun half. We are prin ti of this ■ecord sin* e it does not happen by it fill* III, I It- ‘.■ * ■ ■ i - . ut I- til** te-ul aith cducat im of co or* rn p roA erne ! - md en den i, ? a n t ta t v White Man Killed By High Tension Wire Pipe Uned by Workman Ttaut he# 13,900-vol* Line and Electrocute# Him at Bath First Aid in Vain. G. C. Sam mon, working with i* Dixie I instruction Co., wa* elee-*cut*d early Friday morning a th, when a pipe with which ne was tg came in contact with a high e wire of the South Carolina 'amnion Was at work on a new lion arni was standing on the about twenty feet from the About five feet from this it line carrying 13,000 Volts was strung. In some way an iron pipe with which he wan working touched this wire and he was thrown from the steel frame. In falling hi- hi ad -'.ruck a concrete pier, and a big gash cut in hts head. This fall may have contributed to his death. The construction crew with several doctors worked over the pi* oat rate nutn from 7 45 a. rn., till 2:30 p. rn , and used every effort to restore life but without results. The dead man was a native of Jam nun, Aln., and had bien with the ('.instruction company for several ye irs, being located in Birmingham, •ase flu* workii just cond Dower Mr this Sub - I; frame used groum ary ; frame Ala iii J a mi Ma were taken hack for interment. Epidemic    anil    Quarantine Stolen Auto* Found, Man Arrested t Officer Fallaw found an abandoned Chalmers automobile near Salley, on Saturday. The car bore a Pennsylvania license, and the Highway department of thnt State v. as notified. The Aiken county officers were notified that the car was a stolen one, and to hold it tuntil it was ■sent for. The officers believe they know who brought the car from Pennsylvania. John Jeffcout, a young white rn in of Salley, was arrested yet:'.'•••Jay, charged with the theft. His arrest I taking place near the Sands iii bridge, 1 on the North Edisto river. He say-1 that another felloe tole the car in Philadelphia, but admits riding down in it. The "other fellow" stopped ;.t another town, according t i J tf coat. The Aiken Cottager?, last Thursday evening, entertained with a Val entitle party. Games were played and the guest - entered into the spirit f levity with much enthusiasm. Later in the evening refreshment]' were served and then Jill assembled to listen to music ami recitations. William Matthews sang a tenor solo by Albert Crawford accompanied at the piano. At tin- period Miss Mabel Gardner delivered a recitation, in negro dialect for which -he wa- warmly up plaudit. She favored her audience w itll an (in ore. Pat he new r Sunday takinj polo game he be vs f-om the ST. ANGELA MUSIC CLASS IN RECITAL men wi ■ mud pi •en t w Aiken I he Rep. Keenan Struck Representative R. K. Keenan wast ruck on the head by* falling plastering in the room on the committee , of Agriculture at the State House in I Colo: biti. last Thursday. He was i dazed for a few minutes, but s .ton j recovered. The skin was slightly broken, but he suffered no ill effects and was able to attend to hi' duties j at the State House during the afternoon. The piece of plastering was about a yard square and Mr. Keenan is lucky to have escaped with such a slight .njury. His friends in Aiken county iongratulate him on his narrow escape. Mr. Crawford then urged th silence to join in with him to "I.Ole'- Old Sweet Se VU1." lilt ■ md* d .aid -aug heal t sly. Fred Allen, recounted a S Romanic in ha native mantle alining I e itch r. PROMINENT MASON HERE Among the guests at Hotel Henderson Monday night was C. K Chreitzberg, of Rock Hill, ''ho is a prof lo ut mason and is a past master of South Carolina masons. Ile attended ii Masonic meeting ut Trenton Monday night and went from ' ken to Black'die for a similar meeting. DR. ERNEST H. WILSON To Speak at Bon Air-Vanderbilt on March 3rd, March 3rd, is to be a Red Letter Day for flower lovers in Augusta and environ*. All pardner-*, amateur and professional welcome the news that Dr. Ernest ll. Wilson, outstanding .authority on horticulture, will peak a* the Ibm Air-Vanderbilt ll lei, Monday evening, the third of March at eight-thirty o’clock, Dr. Wilson, wh keener of Arnold Arboretum at liar*, aril U \. •v.jty. needs n intrnduct on ti community interested in garde b cry one knows of his wonde* work. The Sand Hills Garden ( WINTER RESIDENT PURCHASES ESTATE TO BUILD WINTER HOME lr. Roland, of Long Island, Purchase* Hendrix Land on Millbrook Road. -Prier $10,000. Another big atle of Aiken pr*»p-1 , crtv "Ut reported this week when the aile of four acre:* of land on the Millbrook road wa? made to Mr. ID. R >iand, of Long Island, N. Y. This land was owned by Mr?. Flint i Hendrix, Jr., and it bordering on the I lands now owned by Mr. Mead. I It is reported that Mr. Rebind w v I I build a beautiful hon • ut thi? land 'during the coming summer, and also a nu miler of '’able*. The sale was made direct, and th--purchu-e price is given a? $10,000.-00. PURSE SNATCHINGS STIR CITY OFFICERS Four nurse-snatching? in the I a -1 two weeks, with winter residents <>r members of their household being victim?, have aroused local « (fleers . ’ n are p-.w rink.rig a el • '.Ava eh . in an effort to apprehend the thief,! or thieves. A negro named Side* v Br ■ ii wa* arrested at Coker Spring?* b i' not one of the 'four parties i bandi d I hint as the one who had    b n their ! pur?-?. He 'as given fifteen lay?; for loitering. Mrs. Mum a Cobb w a ne ■ *’ (h.-victim? of purse-snatching, lo?mg >cune cash, a rn I road t kit, ai I a < heck. The ticket and ‘he • k wert found in ii railroad cut and re- Miss I,<ma Mobley made her con trihution to the evening’s entertain merit by playing several popular az/, nu im.err ! Among the I were sevci a! Steven?, supe Mi - Brown, soh -ol; Mi the pian thirty guests, jut ii!’ t ow n folk* nntendint of i instructress of lane Hume, the Mi school, arui will remain i several da a? to get talk game?, drag hunts, and winter sports. M aking out of At! int is composed of Floyd Et .eft Gins*, and James Ha have South Carolina Georgia a? their terrific A truck is used in whi works with innumerabli machinery and recording whill* two w.irk out sn 1 lr separate lines run to th* from a sound box wh-. • several feet in fi nt of another line goes to the a mouthpiece of the cann talks into it as he make -One of the di?app ram lay afternoon for the was the inahility 1 he I ' a goal. t he bal! timn - ai .f the p st? at e ■ These pict ut es. -    ■    D Fox pictui es * o be mal month, i? expected ? giv fa orable publicity * . A w inter attl aet I .li lted ii >n a I Ll ri I R di I I mg Milk ( ontrol and Examination of Ei.odl Handler* \\ alt?) hi XI vain Wait/ •    \    en    ice? ti ( Hood XX ai I'. Rh Maigi r-F.lizabt th : Toole. ii mnier im trie e field. ■ truer Ult Peach NI arn .th a Dyi Its- > latin is- T .Nj id...... Bertie XX) uh i 'an< i • ■ M arg fl an! Dor is pine in! ie cann i'ii , amora and aman, wh ■ Ii., ll' X Ha n rn rn, Hurl Mat ’.'I! MU Jill of f mid a, Ga.; a1 Mi?.? Mar,a Kn Donovant, all uversity Ho.? o Miss Sold u'Tee. and M ■f Edgefield. A min av pi * a! \ ie Mirv Boss Ii; rn i Iii the w ii - FEDERAL TRIAL OF CIVIL CASES BEGUN COTON REDUCTION URGED BV VISITOR HENDRICKSON WRITES LONG Dairying, Lumbering and Iodized Vegetable* Offer Farmer Greats*! Opportunity for Profit*. I -ae! week we carried an advertisement iii which XX VV. Long, director of Clemson Col!eg* Exteas.on Service, (ailed upon the farmers to produce better cotton, if they desired to get the hest prices for their product, stressing cotton I 1-82 inch or longer. One of our winter visitors, who htifi the welfare of the farmers of this section at* heart, believes that the farmers should be urged to u-e their land? for other purposes than the growing of cotton, has written the follow mg very interesting letter to Mr, Long. IL w.oild like to et Mr. Long stria? other things for the financial welfare of the farmers, ■ather than the production of cotton. Urn letter follows :    , Aiken, S. IT, Feb. 18, 1930. "Mr. XV XV Long, Director, Clemson College Extension Service, Clemson, S. C. Dear Mr, Long Coming here from the North each w inter, ami ha - mg heard * o much about trying to get the Southern farmer away from the raising of cotton, and into diversified crops, and the more recent effort to bran' about a ieduction in the cotton acreage, I am surprised at your announcement if t ii*- hive Acre C a ton Contest. It would seem to me that prize* f .r good dairy herds, egg laying conli ds, large asparagus crops, pecan groves, vegetable? for local markets [ and canning, etc., etc. w ould do much more good, and get the farmer away from a t rop (hut is admittedly a poor one. * bere ale million? of barren acres rn So., lh Carolina that ran be made , to produce {urnLier, n,.xal store*, puip wood, dairy prod lets, iodized fruit and vegetubl* *, etc., and an educa itioruil campaign away from cotton into the things that are nearer to our i vital existence and the unbuilding of I th* on coining youth "ill do more to firing (nick the Old South than anything el-** thnt ! know of, I am not dei rying the wonderful I w ■•* s I bar ‘.ii ,» doing in all lim*?, j but I d > think, in view of the deplorable eonditi ai of the av* rage South Carolina farmer, less stress should lie laid on cotton and more on other II hi nj£s, I give yon thi? mg' * ion foi what Yours truly, E C Hendrickson. Ballantine Addresses Batesburg Lutherans SI OXV BROCKE MAD Local Group Makes Tour Advertising Highway No. I Aiken Men Investigate Reasons for leaf fie Not Corning Through I his City on the Way South C at« r I *r >f South Ch* .din* A*p iragu* «rri SI.,ii.) Ch In,*.I tor Se. -.id lune iicfurc Judgt Cm br >.i . Ii B-i Ibm I me, v ice- pi esi • ■ Bank of XX *■ 'em Caro d aa .ii ' he out a .aiding lay* lh* I. <tin a ch in -i of this chin • I I in b aith I. ithei un utii i r*lima . <■ ndow merit I a ? Thursday an a itoni 'bile party ompoied of Mayor Frank I’. Hon-el son, (’. J, Hill, Chi*! Cam rn a ai Xllen. secretary ■’ the C. or, E. I.. i ’hamher I .ore ii I, ti section of of getting t n if Commerce ik a t lr of t this state av first hand inf he condition to the State line 'he unpaved serti I! ighway, I. jnsts from ' a large extent b* over the Coastal wa? tin business > and find out wh .f Iii an i : and A. K lie northern ■Ii the idea urination tv iwav No. ! The * /hen a b iuruli route ' hat wa ? in N« XI i. XL iii ll I Im 11 i Db VV , i K a1 VV ILLCOX'S at I r 11 ii v. Mi**. Cliff .rd M. Bish I ake b iv. M .?? i Man (    >; M s. John F. I!!.. Mrs. \. B. J. F >>:, Ta!la and Mrs. Man ■ f • Nor! No. I mg par! VV • c k Hall I*.:1 .bur M i < .da A■ ' Sci! hampt a* v t \t ,F A XI) RIC AN I ELION ) I EC HON f - \ .en Amen an Leg. it , v wvH held *■■ election of a , 1 r th* coal I ng leaf V lf ■ J Htoideraon In lav j.*.?    * tgyding to announce A A * ? s i '■ A ittit *a * ll ha <'•*'» WOODS f IR) I a riN(.t ISH) ll a small ai    P re -n k Hmta H( wa* es? ngiiuhad Thor* av aft-*'' blat* had atartad along ti tile r ad tad had mad# a*-wav when fat *ut I Al H VNM ;

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