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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - March 12, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                h ft Nearly family ia AOum County reads Journal and Review No paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Reviews Circulation in County 11 S WDNESDAY MARCH 12 1930 8 PAGES t Copy COURT CALENDAR CIVIL CASES READY FOUTYNtWE CASES JLISTE0 Will lift Will C At a meeting of the Aiken Bar Association held March 1 1930 it WM agreed that following jury be fet for trial for the first two weeks of the ensuing term of Court and that if said cases were not of in said time that the trial of jury cases might be contin ued iiito the thirdweek tt was also agreed that equity cases be tried at any time convenient to the Court Monday March 24 Paul plaintiff vs Prank DuBois et defendants Hender Batetburg Tomorrow Charles Will U Will U t MethMTut Cfcurclu v Amusical treat is in store for the people of the surrounding community Thurs day evening March 13 at oclock when a recital will be given at the Methodist church in Bates burg by from as sisted by Charles Bretz baritone singer of Aiken The following musicians will be heard on this occasion Mr Lee head of the violin depart ment at Columbia College Mrs Lea accompanist and Miss Mary Creitz berg head of the voice department at Columbia College who is classed as one of the outstanding voice teach ers of the State Mr Bretz bari PRIZES GIVEN ON ACHIEVEMENT DA Y CROWD IN SPITE OF RAW Dan E S Pre C Cotran on Pro Stanti YMt Achevemeirt day for the 4H Affrictfltural clubs of Aiken county was held Friday afternoon at the Aiken Institute and in spite of the unfavorable elements a large crowd was present to hear the speak ers and receive various awards Audley Ward district agent was the principal speaker and delivered the scholarships to the Clemson short course Other speakers were Dan Lewis assistant state club leader E S Provost of CIpmson collego and C Lee Gownn farm agent The Monctta 4H club was award tone from Aiken Mr Bennett ed the championship far sons Salley plffs attys Guntcr from presbvtorian I done during luaSK which car Wilder defts attys church choir of Columbia and Mr j Hod with it a cash prize of from et plaintiffs vs pnrkcr diroctor of music at J D Prothro prominent Aikcn coun W M Carpenter et id defendants chicora orffanist at farmer was h ndisecond Prothrj award while Eureka was third and pot S10 from Mr Prothro Second Week Court Jury Duty Monday 31t ANNUALHORSESHOW SCHEDULE PREPARED MARCH 26 AND 2SDATES Yesterday the Wu Ve Donated drew jurors fw the seiund week of the Aiitm Counly Civil court that convenes iu Aiken on March 31st The following is the Prizet in M North AuKusta FridnVj 5jarch 2g in the Hitchcock i woods and the proceeds will be do natcd to the Aikon County hospital i CominfT as the biggest event of the i winter season post entries have been prepared and nil expectations are I that the 130 show will be the largest and best yet held Post entries arc j I Class Polo Ponies J E Stansfield and Frampton Tools plfTs Hammond Kennedy M M larecky Williams Croft Buibee attys J B Colt Company plaintiff vs W M Walton as executor of Will of W Y Mills deceased de fendant Clamlc E Sawyer pltTx lefts aity Opportunity Sale Today At C O Isellns JKnreka 20 Jackson 16 New land 18 TftlathnHawtliornc 6 annual Opportunity sale Monetta the benefit of the Aikon Relief wcrc Presented by reprc City of Alken Dr at thlntatives of each club present and Wymun defendant Hen oliver Isclin will thfollowing were adjudged winners today n m first MoncLla dersons Salley plffs Gun tcr Wilder deffs attys J C Pearce plaintiff vs William Toncy et defendants Williams G p m The committee in charge i second and Eureka third composed of Mrs C Oliver Isclin th Croft Busbeo plffs A C Tobias dcfts ally John W Barton plaintiff GcorK Bedcnlaugh defendant II E pllTs ally Croft Busbcc deffs nttys pcr G A Durban as Receiver plain tiff vs J t defend ants Williams Croft Busbce pllTa John E Stnnsficld deftn fttty Nadinc Alice Foutz as trntrix phiintilT vs Southern Rjiil wny Company ct Williams Croft Bufibco plfTs Galley deftV attyn J Wtftthcrforri plnintiff i Mrs Edward L Smith Mrs Clarcnc Dolan and Mrs E G Grace iaskcd to bring all Awards diplomas and certificates Riven were as follows FourYear Club Diplomat John Yonce Ailecn Cnto Catlu sliKhlly used clothing and shoes and rinc Cnto Everette Kneece Efflc Lou I they will be paid full price less Soarie Thomas Klma Jor cent as n contribution to Albert Kulmtr Harold bubnnks ty Money raised will go to the Mli0wcB nkinsun Hnltic Heath Jul ary of the social service worker of Samuel Owens Bill Aiken Relief society McKlmurray i FiveYear Awardt Cicil Wvathvmbuc Downer COUNCIL CHECKS STREEU1GHTING BURIAL ASSOCIATION UP James Sisemore Aiken B F A Galphin Aiken C H Nunn Windsor W D Hill North Augusta A B Wise Elknton F D Harley Vaucluse W B Adams North Augusta J P Mealing North Augusta Jones W Abear Bath P H Blackston Granitwille W A Hayes B E Weeks North Augusta J B Wingnrtl Warrenville H C Hapin North W S McGcc Aiken P Courtney Wairenville L B Lott Monetta W J Bath E P Aiken R F D J D Bell f Ellis Eubanks Nnrth Aueusta W H Walker North AiiKUtla A D McGee E D Cook Aiken J O Bnughman Monetta B Y Hall Samaria S B Williams Seivoni 1 M Carpenter Vaucluie P F Johnson Wagoner K L Garvin Wagcnrr J S Hadwin Aiken Itoute Luthur Goss WnRcnvr Jesse Walker Bath A P Bates Windsor M Smolowsky Lancley Plans are still goinp forward for the flower show which will be put on by the Aiken Garden club iji the I gymnasium oC fcho Aiben Preparatory A ken s anaual horse show will be pj ia 1 u or j I school Tuesday March 18 from he d on Wednesday March 26 and Garden Club Show Floral Stilt Life Pictxiret arc Ottfy for Which Prixet will W GireB 3 to 6 p m The two claises of exhibits which will be awarded prizes will be still life picuircs and floral arrange ments In addition all exhibitors are urged to bring any unusual va riety of wild flower which is avail able The unusual interest shown in the still life picturos shown during the flowcr show last fall leads directors of to believe that Frames will lie riven out in the order Prize presented V i thp for i Mr Wnt Zcipler j Class iind heavyweight i Polo A Prize Ivy Mr Allan Pinkerton Ioli LEGION CHILD WORK BEGUN MISS ROBERTSON IN AlKErf County Board of Health With Welfare Committee in Pre paring Data on Aiken County Extension of the Child Welfare work of the American Legion into Aiken county was begun Thursday when Miss Minna Robertson came to Aiken Her title is Executive Sec retary of the Department Child Wel fare Committee The American Legion of SouthCarolina Having just come from what she described as a very successful rneetitiK in Charleston Miss Rob ertson wns scheduled to meet with leaders in the civic and welfare or ganizations of the county andspoke to an audience of twj people Dr is made bits be in for h William I nnd Miss Cathe inion I rip Kansfy both of t4ie county Kor liny set or rnJI j ilepurtmcnt plsyimr fr the first K diH I in with children who anin ncid of welfare Inn by I I A Prizes pi i Mr K V I Middle nnd heavy wefRht Pdn Ponies jdayinil first tiiiuin i by Mr W K tor Best Iuny in Show I H iJUl A i presented by Mr Kijit Onss pen to All Performance only to count P Prize by A L Kramer POTASH MAN HERK eillier pcHeiital lert or force nf circtimsLinces and Sum Shiian of Nine VMX u i data ioncirnini this lield of work is rnpnrcntaiivi of a potash company now beinfr thrciurh the was tintruest of f Lee Jnwat county lienlth dcpartnunt whilo in this county in i The Ainrrienn Legion is sponsor dos of untsi for which hi tfrir wrtrir thrnueh its child we fpe i fare department aided by the Luffjin auxiliary nnd the 10 and 8 oiKaniza DENTAL CLINIC NOW HELD ON SATURDAYS Friday 7Lead Hiin Polo Ponies A ups by Mrs V S vttnStjide Class un McLEAN TO HEAD LOCAL MERCHANTS FoiirfoM Program This iKiiirtment as four fold program considera tions i HMortnin the public and pri CHANGE NAME ORGANIZATION i facilities for the euro ind pro i children jn eiich ctmnnu Citiirni Committee Will Srrk Injnijy nnd county Brtl of nriri 1 To liicnte the children of the dcr Kl humls A Owneci nj eommtinity the district and county Division Cup by Mrs wh lire to be included in this study Thonui HilbcocK j j lo IVnies un B wai Tinwiny attention of the proper agency to i Mae Yonce Eureka Gnry Smith Eu j Juunita Yonce TalathnHaw f Uic thornc Barnoy Fulmer Yonce Tnlathaliawthorne everv at the County jintn A Ml j t i i der bund Ill A M I unnnimiitislv eleriil chairmiin ant Crnft plffs HendemnnR Sallry deft ntlyr Murch Z5 A F Iriiigl South Carolina Powrr Company Krfund for During Cominij rsintinuv Fiusr Large Growd Pleased With Tommy Hitchcock A larsc crowl turned out at the Cochran polo field Monday if voiini of a liu rup South Klctric C i were pal matters taken up by city it tnvnthiy nifttini Mondny as n whole ftll CheckUp Of LiltHU to see the peerless Tommv Hitchcock j n K Ethcrodirr rcporteil that he play here for the first time this a rcprpscntntivc of thrSouh tor The crowd wns not disappointed Cnrolina Power company had rhrck Thrcc trams competed in the 1 up number of lichts in roundrobin match and aithouen ration on th street Hitchcocks team the Rods were doj found that the ci by the Illucs the defeat did for the operation not dim hi playini While mnny The power company has a quiet same as a whole Tommy niadc reimbursement for the power hard and accurate hitting showed nceeMiry to run three lichts for 1 the touch of the master period of three months This refund follows one previously W IL Morgan Downer WinnTt lo Clpm 5inft dllb ncitn liarmy Fulnnr poultry Motieitu Harold Kiibank pis i ill tie Searmi 1 1 diib Nrw Molliiiid Rrrriving Crrtificn J W IVnnbt lo South dirolini f hpiilth will he at tlv hospital very Saturday mnrninji n nine oclock and will ronduct th rlinic Mr Division Cups presented H Mead Class JChildrens nnd I A tluu by I lav id I i A render them care and protection UH Mcrctarv mid indeixndent tncrchnnls of j po npnist in establishinir proper n with Krneit L Allen j fncilitiis where they nre not avail a nblf ir nrr priiniiriiy the Lixion Cliilrt work will be one of orKanizatiou and iiliieiitioti concerning ipe f Aiken and had beon paying f three liichts iMiittuii Hill McKlmuiray t V aTh V A Franklin W II Miran Kill iKi i hi and h man Yonce Gladys Kollmer Blanche Thraiikill Gladys K y Leopnnl Nolan Leopard Kditn Yonco lyituiie Kiiklnnd Gary Smith Norm a Smith Price SteeSe John Mable KirUand Cato Lila Col der Kulnier Kvulyn Kallaw Cato Kl ma Jordan Kffi Lou Sawyer Sue Etla Kin i Karl Kneere W L Kurcce U D Entertained By Mrs Ligon Monday r D i MOM it Then present illed to order K Williams in thr wns with liin pro Clvde in the amount of by Ihe power company for Jordan Ca irmon 1 Jones Iibn Sanders Hethea Fill ir C Sanders Albert Wilson Krcle Glenn Willis lark Corder me Johnson Arthur A Fox Frank James Cato Jam Sawyer Haiol QuafJilauni Fvcr The Rlues took the Reds nnd Yel lows into cnmp by score 05 nnd riU while theReds downed the Yel lows by n count Pete Bostwick Mr Kthercdic was the shininR lipht for the Rlur that the city licht bill with McKinncy doiiu Rood with approximately IPS per Yellows j from now on than has been the en Lineups were Rtds within the last few months Whitney Hitchcock and hwins Claud David Rlues Burton Butler Bostwick and j Council for a memher KinR Yellows Converse shjp Jt arohna Klertnr Mend Dows j Power Consumers association The roundrobin wns played by R Wade Slnckhous vitjiiiun of Thomas Kwinc Jr j of I tcmptinc to survey the in this state and esta I rates throuirhout the sntc In view of the fart that Eiehth btu havi dunnr f1 advisable to join i association Kne HURT IN AUTO FIRE WAGENER BOY DIES iehtb Grudr Stu in Columbia eb Harold Rembert T S IhiltoM Lewi Kneece Holland Marie Bart tle Barton Searon perrick TalathaHnwthorrie Ir H it J 1 V ins Hnttic Hnth Bonr Hollins n Julian pi mec tinic of the f I county lierc teelh may pain No ippointmcnt nre they present inrnt This clii both and extinrtions will tnrntivr nr undcrtaken ties and The o Carolinn the arc beimr Ths vancenient in vice f Aik Will Sing Spirituals Titanian Hall Monday A pupil in the airo m urn n where h nK BilU f J a I C WATERWORKS COMMISSION SHOWS MANY EXTENSIONS 1 0011 To Coimtv i i OR MY   

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