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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - February 26, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina Nearly every family in Aiku County remdi Journal Review No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Reviews Circulation in Aiken County 8 PAGES VOL 9 AIKEN S WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 26 1930 a t Copy FEDERAL SESSION ADJOURNS FRIDAY With THREE CIVIL CASES IN WEEK Suit of CarviiM AiMCtatiM Viclerr tar Raitrtwd Trial of three civil cases last chded the two weeks session of federal court here brought adjournment PrfeTay Before for which will be Slow progress was made with Garden Club Flower Show Will U Made for Still and Floral Numlwr of Framai t A Flower Show under the auspices of the Aiken Garden Club will held In the Gymnasium of the Aiken Preparatory School on Tuesday March i8th There only two classes Still Life Pictures and Floral Ar civil docket no work being done on Monday because of the absence of witnesses in one case and the lack of certain papers in another acut Suit of the South Carolina As awarded It will be remembered that an ex hibition of Still Life Pictures was held in connection with the Civic League Flower last fall The classes are open to all and it is hop edthat members of the Garden Cluib will make entries p we uaraen wul entries greatly indebted io Mr Tabor for this paragus Growers association against Owimr to the limited number nt tv MI uwmg 10 me iirnuea nurnocr 01 very generous in ft which will cor TABOR GIVES BOOKS TO DIBBLE LIBRARY CHILDRENS CLASSICS GROUP Collection DHplicate of Now in Llbrarjr of Aikrn Prepara tory SckvvL The Dibble Memorial library has been the recipient of most inter esting collection of childrens books 75 volumes the irift of f A M Tabor headmaster at the Aiken Pre paratory school and Fermata This collection is made up of some of the best childrens classics and is a duplicate of one which he has put jnthe library of the Aiken Prepara tory School OFFERED MANYCASH PRIZES To Escape Illiteracy Qim Striving to Showjnr for the 1930 Cen w Wfctch April I AT WHICH TO AIM South Carolina is among thy five Sweet Potatoes Cotton Corn Gar southern states njentiohjjri in a recent news dispatch as putting out the greatest efforts to wipe oiit illitor acy drnt and May be Entered in Varioui Production Conteili The dispatch reads Fiftytwo hundred dollars is of i fered in cash prizes to the farmers A race with the census taker is f Carolina for the purpose being waged by all states to blot out of stimulating a greater interest in high illiteracy records by April 1 the economic production of n higher For the first time the 1930 census auality product with five different will list thc names and addresses of sweet potatoes all illiterates with the state superinUnrdcn nnd pork Farmers interest tcndents of education tni either one of these contests Five Southern states where communicate with C Lee UJUwacy percentage is Lou Gownn County Farm Agent imme The trustees of the library Georgia South Carolina Mis fliatel5 nul filc to enter the Southern Railway for spoilage sissippi and Alabama are putting tlt available for the Still Life verygenerous gift which will cor forth the greatestefforts in the race carof asparagus was the most Pictures the spaces allotted interesting icasc Uken up during the in thc oirder of appiication Anyone civil trials I desiring to enter the above The Asparagus association communicate with Miss K leges that it shipped a car of asparj PaTsonSi 445 before March agus from Williston to Philadelphia and that the car spoiled because of improper icing The Southern rail There will also be on exhibit nam tainly gave enough pleasure to the f people of Aiken Names of the books are us follows i Friendly Tales In the Animal World Stories Children iNeed Stories of Great Adventures Merry Tales I for Children For the Story Teller Wonder Stories Flint Folk Stories i nnd Fables Every Day Stories The Torch of Courage Hero Stories Aiken Girls Honored At Virginia College FiveAcre Cotton Content The prizes in the Cot ton contest for are as follows Open to the state at large first prize second prize S27G Choien The state is divided into three dis Firelight Stories Tell Me Another Richmond Cop Returns Broad Stripes and Hright Stars Stories and Rhymes for a Child Taking Alleged Thief 0nce Upon a Time Animal Stories The Three Wagener Man Dcnio Stealing Auto wo Wild Cherries in the1 Country dent Dramatic Eleanor j tricts Liednioiit Middle and Coastal Hcnderion Nominated for May Plain In each of these districts Queen cah prizes are ottered first prize and second prize Two Aiken girls have been chosen State winners arc not eligible for to office nt Sweet Kriar college inl district prizes elections recently held as leader of tilt college and nnother is in the group nominated for May Queen FiveAcre Corn Contett i in the FiveAcre r 1 arr as follows hree dl fanners Graniteville Man Given 30Year Term mud Within Period of Wanted on Warrant Charffcs Woodward 21 M native of Granitevilie WAS sentenced to 30 years in fortwo holdups in Harris and Tal bot counties in Georgia Swift Trial A feature if the trial and convic tion was its swiftness sentence com ing twelve hours after the capture Wednesday Two companions of Woodwards were also ifiven the same punishment for the same of fenses A warrant for Woodward was held by Sheriff Howard chanting him with breaking in the Graniteville drutr store Ballentine To Head EUREKA GIRLS WIN BASKETBALL TITLE BEAT 5ALLEY 49 TO 33 Chjunpioiutip Cup Awarded lay Mill Ola Franklin Prtiident bf Aiken County Athletic Aikens Legionairea The Eureka bosketrball tekffl won the championship of Aiken coun ty in a hard foujrht gfime last Wed nesday when they defeated the fast team from Snlley by a of 49 to 33 Both teams played well and at times the pame closely contfest ed Eureka finally showed their su periority and won by the above score After the results were known the championship cup awarded to the winners by Miss Ola president of the County Athletic Association The following were the lineups of the two teams Annual Election of Officer Held at Hotel htlrit and Chosen Aiken County Post Nit 26 Amer ican Lejrion held its annual election of officer Friday nicht and G 11 Hallentine as post cirmnnnder for the rominc year Others uiVicirrs elected were D L Alexander of Ijincley post vice commander John W Ashhurst post I Eurekn K Yonce W Yonce S Yonce N Smith 1C Quarlis M Kirkliind F F C C i t for Ktmka rank cd varieties of wild flowers Please way contended that it was packed r bring in any unusual specimens too tightly to allow circulation of cold air A directed verdict for the plain tiff in the sum of was order ed by Judge Ernest F Cochran this being the salvage value of the spoil ed car which was offered to the growers by the railway origionally This directed verdict in the na ture of a victory for thc defence be cause thc groxvcrs were suing for the full value of the car Richmond police force came I ihis Skinner of Cvn i i i i u i r 1 i r i r u on Miore Skipper ol i n unmbcr for sone time eneh of these there are who wete enrolled for the Counsel for the growers indicat to Aiken on Thursday and carried thinli Heave I M ti i t Vllu Vllns ISKIV v 1 ii i i Hum u Kleanor Item aur pe oiYre fo ominr year nans ale being made od that thc mater would be taken to Juhn JetTcoat who is wnntd in ri m i i i 7 agoner g r s ind 4 Lorna Poone Blackniore of Mr and Mrs I F Hider First prize Slud veeond iHe to moie lhan double the membership the appellate court at Richmond Richmond for stealing an automobik I i t hivcr the I uas one of twelve vontu Indie third fnurth n Aiken post diilini Salley A M Hutson E Salley A Williams Livingston Brodie Smith mobile and Layi on Anoth Kich and Ruddy Rich and Ruddy Miss Marv Hendersop of in she state Int Sl00 second aijntiinl and Audby 11 Ward post Mayor and Mrs Frank IV K rcKory er ManWa CaUlht at A final Rich the Trail ani1 H third MI v r I KuhsliluUH for Rich and in Camp Rich and j haS IlVIlllli RefereeMrs Iierce of ur Patches the Swiet Mnar era truts known SpartanDtirg 1or i a tin Hole ilur 1 Thurmond sergeant of the Kudnv out thi i A inatic club of which she heen a ence an Cuiiimbiu jwnrtKrr nf the legmn i i ll MlvlIIIIi Lawyers representing the iBparagus Thurman with bis prisoner left iii i mnn ub I be Travels of Honkt association were Kennedy of il Thursday afternoon by automobile T ft t f lonk from various parts of the rnnHo nf a Simil for citv and th selection uf a f Twinkly j State who have been The Advinttir who resides near Wngener was ar for Kvery Day Her Asne nnd rhnrgpd Tvith thr f Israel Old Ti Jrffrnnt has never admitted Palmetto Announces Tournament Schedule Two Two other casps were tried last First iea at their regular meeting Thtirsi ami entertained uith an i v v t I vti t i 1 It 1 tSl V JH1S 1 It i wrrkj nuiU isgninft t10 car j The White Cwn siirancc companies j tilen by another mmi nnd he Fnx f Mrs Lilly Mnuldin Litrhtsey of only mile to Wajrrnrr with thr thtrf J storiesCf the World Hampton won n decision i these Humphrev i r against thc Jefferson Standard LifclCfMEC UANHCH AIIT i Moon of HNES HANDED OUT TO CHAIN STORES GUILTY OF Iniurnncc company in a double in demnity case Along with the goes 7 per cent interest since 1HUB A new trial was denied the insur ance company A directed verdict for the defend ant ended thc suit of Mrs Rena Har vey of Ulmer against the tnion Central Life Insurance company f j Cincinnati in which Mr Hnrvey altempted lo collect a policy which she claimed was carried on rhain nlon according to the insurance g Ago Li Listens Donaldnn Miiihcr Stiiries MI re Stnt Litidray I Rrtidrnt Impectori Will Keep in With t State Commintioner Nancy Krnndon In the Childs For the Childrens Clark he Heynnml the Rainbow Wickes Fairy Tab Kverv one Shdubl il by an eo liertie Hell and M Mother ter Mr Nt ilti Their priigrain wa ir StiiPi band of Ted and 1 ii who 1 rinir POLO MATCH PLAY STARTSTHURSDAY O Tll I I weed T have neen f r Inuee the iran Ilulbiirt short weigh packages e T Longfellow the few week 1 u Shenly Verrion bv ale loner of agriculture HOLLEY RETURNS against other chain similar charges are It is expected that will b trial he FROM LONG TRIP LENTEN SERVICES EPISCOPAL CHURCH The following anr he r a announred rector of il of tournaments been amimineed by the etto vjolf club and is tol onday March Dolun cup T 11 I V T i i iindicnp mateh play I alk In City Tuesday March ioiuer uP imKrl pin Mi Sarah II Huge State 1rev Momlay Marrli Ielin up rontiKt ju W 1 hmulu play with n f A she i March IV 1helps cup liirh are a ieiniMb on Tue lav evening March irnlie miitch play e who ell from nothi s Mairli I t o u t h r n SI no Fnt 1IK a i inrht tr ciip vlio proitjam will be Monday Mnreh cup prie i be play eijthtb will nvoivi mall loiren Wvniin M n N riLiri M eall iMldetl v f M M r who 51 ii ard ri worth M IOO thin j i r tie r r r foir rhie r lass 1 Th STATE BOND IS DECLARED VALID eighth leeiive of ri eei or faiion ujiiie Market h Anrth ovir onil prize thiid thru eighth nal f far in COMING if an was the ioint afternoon to indicate ilia i iiu fileial ipiestinn in Soiiih arolina lioni that y by cer tain of tat Sunday ST played evory day of the week during Mr M H F a this season weather permitting nnd wls the first match game will he hed on m ne Thursday February 27th on the nVi f Hwrriman field nt p m The jrs hi lie first match game on the hilney field will be held on Saturday March 1st at p m Regular match j Wi KccP In Touch games will be held thereafter on Resident each of Coroner i Kiel Ev eann While ere are man Cominii M pril Wednesday afternoons on the district in thN Mate nro reiit man field Saturday afternoons on jlinp his ipartnent to keep in el e Inf the Whitney ficJd at threethirty touch with violations Mr Shealy Religion i Geo IL Mead announces Uaid The violators in Florence nil Mr Ilolley trip took bun unyt St Augustine Ilcland Lake Wales MISS HARPER KKTURNS IV Hai Names of those subscribing to and Spartanburg v were anprc years parking spaces have already j bended by three inspectors ynd tried been proviciod and placed in the same before ioral magistrates relative location on the parking rail The enforcement of the weights at the west side of the Harrimnn and measures law is the juris field andnt the youth side of thc iirtion of mv Mr Whitney field Shenly said nnd I expert to ee that Prizes will be competed for our people get 1 ounces for a usual inchulirse the Iselin cup The inspectors employed hy Hitchcock and thc Club cups partment have been The Polo Club house will he openwatch nil articles of m package ed on Saturday March 1st and every found ntTered sale on afternoon thereafter during the sea markets in this state ami 1 expert t son further information prosecute wherever the poln affair may be obtained by I consider this phming the Iolo Club or A i he IHirban by h office and I expert i Me i ihrti it is with thro where he visited the Lake Sanrtuary a f and Siniring Tower one of the now places of Flniida Iark Area ilia ami to Snrarota where be 1 three day AT that place he a acre celery farm wive fi 100 1 o cars of nid one jl are evera packing plant thi place to Fort Meyel as Naples He then i the verglndes at Miami a crowded city He Miami Fort then to CONGRESSMEN SING i OF SWEET 1 MH further w ould Am I of Court 11 m I 1 a To whl l Illtire re i It nriri that w h that other 7 S nithanl 11 i I 1 Ma Dltinu the rt t South aril a wa r it the of briefs fa i o pre nt r r a Ihn Howard McLean nnd friend Mr Leon Rice of An In MOVIETONE MEN I he ha I on t r to M ORATORIO IN AI I P A VL
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