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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - March 12, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                 Nearly a eery family in Aiken County reads the Journal and  Review.  VOL.60 NO. ll  No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review s  Circulation in Aiken County  AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12. 1930  $2.00 a Year—5c a Copy  COURT CALENDAR CIVIL CASES READY  FORTY-NINE CASES LISTED  Musical Recital At PRIZES GIVEN ON Batesburg Tomorrow  Charlet Brats. Aiken Baritone, Will ha on Prof ram, Which Will ba Hold at Methodist Church.  ACHIEVEMENT DAY  CROWD IN SPITE OF RAIN  Jurors Chosen For Second Week Court  I Summoned Report for Jury Duty Monday, March 31 at  ANNUAL HORSE SHOW "*"*“7  F ”"" d  v   For Garden Club bhow  SCHEDULE PREPARED  MARCH 28 AND 28 DATES  Floral Arrar.ir*ment» and Still Life Picture* are Only Two Clat*** for Which Prise* will be Gifta.  S***ioh* Wit! Begin March 24, With Judge C. C. Feathar*tone, of  Audley Ward, Dan Lewi*, E. S. Pre-   c  c     A    <rMt     “ '» *‘ or *  !,,r th ' .ort, .0. C. Lo. Co... .. Pro.  ^ ’ L     the surround mf community Thun- j    „      ,  Th raw aa a.     ( j ay  gening, March 13.    at 815    Annual    Achievement. day for the  •    r\w    a    ir    Re    I o'clock, when a recital will    be given    4-H Agricultural clubs of Aiken  At a meeting 0 t 1 en I ^ ^ Methodiit church in Bates- county was held Friday afternoon at Association    held    .    arc    *    *  1     t burpr by artists from Columbia, as-    the Aiken    !n»titut« and in spite of  was agreed that t 0 owing jury    ^    Charles    Breti,    baritone    the unfavorable elements a large  cases be set for trial or e ginger of Aiken.    crowd was present to hear the speak-  two weeks of the ensuing term >    ^    following musicians will be era and receive various awards.  Court, and    that    1    san    cases    * en ‘  heard on thi>  acajou;    Audley    Ward, district agent was  not disposed of in san f me ta e |    ^     head    0 f    ^     v j 0 |j n     depart-    the principal speaker and delivered  trial of jury cases mg con in- ^  #t CoJumbia  College; Mrs. Lee. the scholarship* to the Clemson short ued into the    third week.    It was also    ,  accompanist>    an< ,  M|a§ Mary C reiU-    course.    Other speaker* were: Dan  agreed that    equity cases    en a    L     heJt(J of %he voice d< , pir tnu. n t    Lew'is,    assistant state club leader;  any time convenient to the Court:    | ^     Co , BmWa    ( . olle ^  who is dMwd    E . S. Prevoat, oT Clemson college;  Frank     as    one  °* ^    outstanding voice teach-    and C.    Ia*6 Gowan, farm agent.  1.1 UC  Monday, March 24  Paul A. Bowden, plaintiff, va  Du Bois, et al., defendants. Hendersons A Salley, plff’s attys; Gunter A  Wilder, deft*’ attys.  Mattie Perry, et a1., plaintiffs vs, W, M. Carpenter, et a1, defendants. J, K. Stan afield and Framptoft Toole, plffs' attys.; Hammond A Kennedy, M. M. Jarecky, William*. Croft & Bu* bee, ‘(lefts’, attys.  J. B. Colt & Company, plaintiff, vs. W. M. Walton as executor of Will of W. Y. Mills, deceased, de fendant. Claude R. Sawyer. plffs’  atty;- deft’*,    atty.  City of Aiken, plaintiff, vs. Dr. • Hastings Wyman, defendant. Hen deraons & Salley, plff’s. atty; Gunter & Wilder, deft’*, atty*.  i rs of the State; Mr. Brotz, bari- The Monetta 4 ll club was awu-d* tone from Aiken; Mr. Bennet cd the championship pennant for  tenor from the First Presbyterian work don* during IVi2D. which car j church choir of Columbia, and Mr. vied with t a c -h prize of LIO from Fred Parker, director of music at J D. Prothro, prominent Aiken coun-! Chicora College and organist at the ■ ty tarmer TuJatha-Hawthorne wa-First Presbyterian church. * Nu ad- second and received the $20 Froth »j mission will be charged.    award; while Eureka was third and,     _____ ....    'loo <d> from Mr. Prothro.  Opportunity Sale Today ^h‘‘u!;ar!"Vl..wn,-r!"i ii! At Mrs.    C.    O. Iselin’*    Eureka, 20; Jackson. 16;    New    ll >!- i   --land, IS; Talatha-Hawthorne.    3d;*  Tile annual    Opportunity sale    for     an  * Monetta, OB.  the benefit of    the    Aiken Relief    10. Stunt* were presented    by rep re j  doty, which began yesterday at the sedatives of each club present and J home of Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin, will the following were adjudged winners: continue today from IU a. rn., till Talatha-Hawthorne, first: Monetta.  charge if second; and Eureka, third.  .    _    „    it*-in 6 p. rn. The committee in —  J, (. I earce, plaintiff, v* Mililani    ^     <>f    Mrg ( -  01jver Min  I Awards, diplomas, and certificates  Toney et at defendants tllthms,    Mrs.    Clarence    *iv*n    were    as follows:  Croft A Buabee. plffs. atty*.; A. < .  Four-Year Club Diploma*  Tobias, deft s. atty    .    j) 0110Tg     are tasked to hring all John A once, Aileen < at a, ( atli —  John W. Barton, plain iff.    ^     an()    ghoM    and     fine Cato, Everett* Kneece. Effle Lou  George Beden augh. MetiAani. II.  (  ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^  2g  Sawyer, dearie Thomas, Elma Jar-  E. (.Vies plff a. atty.I M 1 Blams, ^ ^  u # contr j bution to chari . dan, Albert Fulmer. Harold Eubanks,  (coft A Bushet*, deft s. atty*.     ;     ^     wjU     ^     to thf aj  Owen Hankinson. Hattie Heath, Jut-  G. A Durban, aa Receiver plain    ^     s( . rv i ce     worker    of    > a " Hankinson, Samuel Owens, Bill  tiff vs. J. M Ready, et a1., defend -    w„ri«.i.rr«,.-   r  . ,,    , the Aiken Relief society.  ants Williams. Croft A Bustee,,  plff’s. attys.; John E. Stansfield, j    —    “  deft’*, atty.  Nadine Alice Foutz, as administratrix. plaintiff, vs. Southern Rail  Yesterday the. Jury ( drew juror* for the se  Civil court that convene' in on March 31st. The follow:**) diet.  James Sizemore, Aiken.  B. M. Drummond, North V F. A. GaJphin, Aiken,  C. H. Nunn, Windsor  W. D. Hill, North Augusta.  A. B. Wise, Ellenton.  F, D. Harley, Vaucluse.  W B. Adams, North Augusta. J. P. Mealing, North Augusta Jones W. Abear, Bath.  P, ll, Blae kston, Graniteville. W A. Hayes Jr.. Ell*-on.  B. E. Weeks, North Vugust > J. B. Win ga rd, Warrenville.  H t Hagiii, N■ >rt.h \ igu ta. W. S. McGee, Aiken A P. Courtney, Warrenville.  I, B. Lo::, Monetta.  \\ J. Vann, Bath,  glen, V.ken I IV Bell, Mont mon 1 Ell,-- Eubanks N ■  W. ll. Walker, Nor  A. IL McGee, Monet’.:  E. I). Cook, Aiken Route 0 J. (), Baughman, M rat ta,  B. Y. Hall, Samaria.  S. B Williams, Seivei■  J. M. Carpenter, Vaucl <  P, F. Johnson. Wagener R. L. Garvin, Wagener.  J. S. Iladwin, Aiken, ll iii Luther (toss, Wagener.  Jesse Walker, Bath.  A. P. Bate', Windsor.  M. Smolowsky, Langley.  \ ike n  us ta.  ProcMdi Will bt* Dona!**! •» U»a*l lo the Aiken County Ho*p»t*l— Pri*** in Nin*te«n Cl***»*-  Plans an* still going forward for  the flower show which will be put  on by the Aiken Garden dub in the  . ,    ,    ~77"    .    a    l    gymnasium of the Aiken Preparatory  Viken s annual horse show will be ■  .    ,    vt    I, on ( school, Tuesday, March 18, from  held on Wednesday, March 2«, ann  Friday, March 28, in the Hitch,’ock    ; p. rn  , .    .    ...    ,    The    two classes of exhibits whien  woods, and the proceeds will be do-  ....    ..    ,    .    , i will be awarded prizes will be still  rated to the \tken ( ounty hospital.  ,    ,    .    .    ,    »,    life pictures and floral arrange  Coming aa the biggest event ot the  winter season, post entries have been  EXTENSION LEGION CHILD WORK BEGUN  MISS ROBERTSON IN AIKEN  County Board 6f Health Co*op«r*tin| With Welfare Committee in Preparing Data on Aiken County.  prepared and all expectations are that :he IPSO show will be the largest  K P J.  I*.  an d  1 la**  ( IO 30 Mr. Wn  1 lass Polo Pi pie«enti | hr  Pnft’l’-  i't held. P sat ertrn Wednetday  ai  1 Light wi ight Pi lo P /ti A. 'I I Pi ire pre -enter!  Zeigler  2 Middle and heavy wei 1 n- ll 0 hill X M 1 F ,| bv Mr Altar I’ nkertot  1st:  and floral menu. In addition all exhibitor.i an* urged to bring any unusual variety of wild flower which is available.  The unusual interest shown in the still life pifturiis shown during the  flower show last fall leads directors of the coming exhibit to believe th a' •he demand for flame- will be great Frames will he given nit in the order in which applicat et s mu-: 11* iii uiac  B. P  POTASH MAN 111 KI  \:  by Mr U R Grace.  1 la-- r. Champions) ip ’ * Be-1 Pol - Pony in Show. (U h M i Prize presented by Mi King.  I la-- *i -Jumping, Open ? f’erfoimin - e univ' ’ ■ cit int 1 M.) Prize I*!esented by Mr K rallier  .f I I  . MI OO I' \ !.  leriiTii ut.  war Company, et a1., defendants j Williams, Croft & Busher, plff s. I attys.; Henderson* & Salley, deft s attys.  J. D. Weatherford. plainGff vs. I Oeirgia A Florida Railroad, dut'cud . art. Williams. Croft & Bu** 1 *****, plff -  attys,; Hendersons & Salley, deft atty®.  Tuesday, March 25  Pringle, Inc., plaintiff.  COUNCIL CHECKS STREET LIGHTING  BURIAL ASSOCIATION UP  South Carolina Power Company Make* Refund for Overcharge* During 1929—M ore Coming.  Repul * ti  A. F I*  Continued on Page Four  Lar^e Crowd Pleased With Tommy Hitchcock  Mc El mu rray.  Five-Year Award*  Cecil VViathersbee, Downer; Ell  Mae Yonce, Eureka; Gary Smith, Eu* j,    .    .  ...    hospital  reka; Juanita Yonce, I alutha-11 aw I .    ,  thorn**; Barney Fulmer, Monetta;  Ever et to Nonce, Talatha-Hawthorne.  Sia-Year Award  W. IL Morgan, Jr., Downer.  Scholarship Winner* lo Clem*on Short Coorie  A ikD ow J uu ii ll u. cotton club. M .* net ta; Barney Lttimer, p*»oliry tdul*.  M netta; Harold Lubanks, pig club,  Tai i ha Ila w ’ lu*r ne: St amu Derrick, coit >n club. Ni w ll .Hand.  Member* Receiving Certificate*  I * vent r I aith M 1 gap, Gerti ii' M.'Klmurray, Virginia Hayden. Kali I inn bari Bill MeKlmurray, Ge.*rgt {.abr*. Cent W.-.itheT^ter*. W. A Franklin, J1\\ ll. M irgan, Jr., ( iii more Edwards.  Eureka-—-H(*rman Vance, Glady*  Follmer, Blanche Fullmer, J. C Thpnilkill, Jr., Gladys Jackson, R y I  DENTAL CLINIC NOW HELD ON SATURDAYS  An exodbtitia clinie wilt be held every Saturday at the Aiken ('aunty Dr. J. W. Dought- lr , b> a1 dentist of the South Carolina state board of health will be at the hospital every Saturday moi* re at nine o’clock and will conduct the clinic.  Frid*y  ( hiss 7 Lead K« in P *1" P .flies.  1 1 ii;3(I \    M )    1 ’ups pf *■    ■ ut*    *1 by  Mrs. F. S.    vonStadi  Cia-- 8 A Children's Ponies Hider Ll hands, (Bt >u A. M I nu! Division.    Cup    |re-,ented    by    Mis.  Thomas ilihdu m k  ( Sass s Ii -Ghtldren's I* 1  ".si" under 13 hands. 110:3«» A. M (Large Division.    Cups    presented    by    M*-*.  George ll. Mead.  ti In-:- ‘J Children’s Pome-, !.* hand*" nod ovt*-r 111 W4 A M i I u;.-pri se tiled by Mrs. I Gvid I b*w  McLean to head  LOCAL MERCHANTS  ( HANGE NAME ORGANIZATION  "Cifiren* Commit!**" Will Seek to Preserve* B**t lnter**t* of Horn* Owned and independent Bunnell. el.  Lr ii C McLean was I n* aday n-.giit unanimously elected chairman of the independent merchants, of Aiken, together with Ernest L. Allen} a- m'Mctary and tri n urei. by a Tomnnttpp rho^en for that purpi sp ut*  a check-up of ’ - ! * num-being c* 1 et*rn** i <>*1 th*’ lr* cts rf Aid* si. together with the Noting of a $100 membei 'nip in the South Car dim* Electric Pow* r C 'n -uiners| association were ‘'n* urine pal matters taken up by city council at it's monthly meeting Monday flight.  The session as a whole was uncvent A large crowd turned out at th** ful,  Cochran polo field Monday attern* * 1    Cheek Up Of Light*  to see the peerless Tommy Hitchcock B. F. Etheredge reported that he    iv,    1    1    pi , I  10 vne perm    j    Leopard, Nolan Leopard h«iitn   n luv here for the first time this win- and a representative of the son h    . ,    ,  play otic    t    Yonce, Louise Kirkland, (.ar*. .Smith, 1   tar The crowd was not disappointed, Carolina Power company had check-    ,  vt r.    ,    Norma Smith, Price .Steele, John  Three teams competed in the ,.<1 tin the number of lights in ope    .  ...     1     ,    /ai    I    A once, Ma!>le Kirkland,  round-robin match and althougn ration on the streets of Aiken and  M Ua    Cato    ula    Cor   Hitchcock s team, the Re.is, were de-, found that the city had been paying    „    ..    I    ,,  nae ne o«.R n»<»,    _>    der. Barney hulnier. Evelyn F alia w,  feated by the Blues, the defeat did f or  the operation of thtee lights .0       ( _ ;1   not dim his playing. While playing ;  many. Th*; power company ha* ^ , , rU , r     Kneeee    Vffi*  a quiet game as a whole. Tommy’* made re ..abutment for the power ^    Watson*,    Kin*  hard and accurate hitting showed , necessary to run three lights for a     Kar ,     Km , oa ,  w L Km , ( . C(>)   the touch of the master.    period    of three months.     A}5r< ,  K . .^e, ( Ivde Yonce. Andrew  The Blues took the Reds and A el- This refund follows one previously  J|)rd    r>rro „ wiliig, Stermon Fox,  lows into camp by scores of 6-5 and made in the amount of $314 by the ^ ^  nu (  yens in Fox Crosby  3-2, while the.Reds downed the Vol- power, company for overcharges    n    '<znd.n, Bethea Ful-  Iowa bv a 4-3 count. Pete B istwica made during 11*29    Mr Uheredgo    ^  r (     ^  was the shining light for the Blues,  Haid  that -he city a light bill should ^     Glenn  Willis, J.* k  with McKinney doing good with the | be approximately $ 15 le-s per mort .  ( .  rk>[ .  ( atherine  Johnson, Arthur  Ko* • ce, A I.' :i box,  1  ’ho*I * 'i >n  arx bn  fc Hi. ii,.-gov**: lied  ‘stnblish* focal it  • ndu* U  1 las*-rig, < I ?i Md i la*.., I ! .'id  ting of  F  tike  I ndoper A i ' *!•.*• 1  * ti for I hu rn st 1 to pa school clinic, I /cal  I \ Mi la; :■ \ I ' irI . i ....arf ll  M ) I IP Pi' -  ii Ila ling*.  rn I "t I urn In "ii  h >nan<  children art due to the dentist to vi-lino t 1 'he :rem' ad  * -el VITI* and the ere.I cm • : ■ I bx  j county, n**ces*-i!a!*' a bx :i where teeth may bi extracted ti icve pain.  No ippointmen: are gixen. tla th*  * Ii  Will Work I or Progi.  atire  OXX n*  Yellows.    '    j    from    now    .»n than has been the  Line-ups were:    Reds, Zeigler, within .the last few’ months.  Whitney, Hitchcock and Ewing.  Blues: Burton, Butler, Bostwick and Council voted $100 for a member-King. Yellows: Converse, McKinney,.!  ib jp j n  South Carolina Electric Mead, Dows.  The round-robin was played by in  rd et tho Ives for frog* is available * ddren and or.! ffere* I    N re-  e nperatioT:    ar  nsudicien: fa ib njn rat ive and preven*  Frank rho mas, James Cato, James Conium*r» A»**>ci*tion M*mber»h.p    Scarie Thomas, Claude David  vitntion of Thomas Ewing, Jr.  Sawyer, Hat old (Juattlebaum, Ever-«*tte Kneece. Harold Lott, Rembert Power Consumers’ association, which    j    g_    ]> u y  use, Monnie Lewis,  in headed    Wade Stnckhous.*,  Ajfnes  Kneece.  tients are handled they pre-ent then - m«*nt. This clint both adults and . extractions '.xii! bi torativr nr correl: undertaken, du< : ties and insiifflcie The relief of pain and relief cf -ystt n    c d;    it ie  haxe their    origin    1    the    oral  are being st re* od.  This undertaking marks vancement in the ] 1 Ll ic heal vice of Aiken c a*y. XII : lies of a    cha' *y    bv.:e    ar*  ti', reed.    Be 'I iii    1 :    '    'ii- J  pre urge I to ax ai! themsi-Ix < opportunitA’, and thereby r* <•< benefit from the c: mc.  1 j. mn'tell 1 Friz  t .j,UMI by Mr- Bm * Mi Kin ( la-s 1 1 -Hunt Team 1 M 1    1 Shown . 1■ 11 ast >>v» r  Combined ow in t hip r* i J*riz< s piesi nu*d by M1  1  Hey,  I lass lf. I ad ie*' H inter I' M * Friz** pre * '.*d ' x H. ' a ter,  1 la- Id Jumping up*'  1 ; .'Kl F M 1 pl'* 1 n -o - 1  d. I  I'rvin  in rn ■ i ! ' i th*  HURT IN AUTO FIRE,  WAGENER BOY DIES  Gadding* Bodi*. Eighth Grad* Stu-dent Succumb* in Columbia Ho*-pital.  Geldings Bodle, DL "I ^ agener, a pupil in the eighth grade of toe Aiken Institute, injured kmve weeks ago Irving to * ■-.'inguish a fire in aa automobile, .Bed at 6 o’clock S nda/ morning a’ the Col un ba ”.    >  a  •  w here he had been carri* •    ■• r  * •' *  me lit.  Funeral services were !'* > !  ;  "  Bethea Baptist church at 2 ''<’!•*<• k Monday afternoon with tho K* • Johnican, pastor, in charge. Inter men', was made in th* * urirxan He is -mixed bv hi* pa ■ -its. M.  of Dillon. Th”! association is attempting to survey the ebctri ' field in this state and establi h unif* nm rates throughout the state.  In view of the fact that the city , of Aiken will have to write a new v infract during 1931 c uncil thou 'bt lit advisable to join the C'Oi-umer.  1 association and help make raGs tr iform.  Pumping Bdl*  (    \ n add :! ion of $25 xx a ' vet ell to tie  add. d to the bdls ,.f the cliv igain * the- *• part a’s xx host* ' *'d.r ■ xx. pumped out by the fire * net* 1  bi’ ing ’ he Hot I p« r - id la .veal This add it Mil was xi>: ..-J after was brought out that it xx •.... I i the da .’my eu  1  I a  N**w Holland—Marie Barton. Myrtle Bart n, Searon Derrick.  Talatha-Hawthorne — Pearl Key, Blanche Hollins, Hattie Heath. Bon-• . J'lhnson, V irginia Hollins, Owen «    .I.!    .n liars i IL  , Juanita Yonce, Bran <*• Hustings Owens, Bantu a a G a! lo xx ay Lax id Hollo, . ■ei (*, Ha; dd K lbar.k-, ii  Kl  GOWAN SPEAKS  1 ’ I ee 1 Iowan spoke h* M< n x I Inks run- 1 arni' dti  Sa* ii dux ’Horn • g at their cl on the lh:e I og road, a ti at a'herr. mn bi fore t • agricultural club.     at  r ’ TTrt     Ii; ’  Ii  4 . I      - v years «  mon* senti* ii    iin ii nu  bx M  I ”      ( J JI s  rd '    h I 1 ■— 1   B M      i. Me (    A      'n  1   lls  1!   ,*; «*d in    rs (3-.: Mr- I  I 1      Hut te    \ A I . '      j) resc?  VII    iv mn     I Extension of the Child Welfare work of th* American Legion into Aiken county wa* begun Thursday when Miss Minoa Robertson came to I Aiken. Her title is: Executive Secretary of the Department Child Wei-I fare Committee, The    American  I/cgion of South Carolina.  Ha\mg just Come from what §he j dose rd mm I us “a very    sum •safol  J meeting ’ in < harleston,    Miss Robert son va- scheduled to    meet with  I lead.'i in th** nvic ami welfare or gamzatii'ii* of the county and spoke ’ ' an audience of twq • people, Dr. William (I. Bodi* and M Cat he : rin.* IJan-, y. both of the county ti. aith department.  I ’- - If * ber*-tm’- work is with tn-childtI-* who are in * * od f xx elfore  j walk .athel hoi an—* of parental Bef*  i J 1  I data concerning this field of xx irk is un" boing pi opal y I Du "Ugh I he Ct ire y hen th depart rn. ut,  t ho Vmerican legion is -pons >r-- mr *h:- wrrrir tnrough it- child wel-, faro department, aided bv the Log! in auxiliary and th*' IO and H organiza-  Four-fold Profram   1  This lopartment .innminc*"! as it* four fold program these considgra-  ! oils:  I To ascertain the public and pri-\ate facilities for the care and pro-U'i tion of children in each commu-nity, ii: trict, and county.  2. lo locate the children of the community,, the district, and county who are to be included in this study.  3. Po bring these children to the attention of the proper agency to render them care and protection.  I. To assist in establishing jiroper facilities where they are not available, or are inadequate  While primarily the Legi on Oiild work xxiii be one of organ*z.atiou and education, leg'dation concerning hit dr* n ar i *': cir ronditiof xx ii! to-  . x -1'' I*' *f, ft x it-.'. ■, ami *. * —.a * i a 1 e. ii.  Trmnnted  U. D. C.’s Entert.uned By Mrs. Ligon Monday  I  1  ** lh IVX ani (’* ut' G a ' * 1 - r, I D.  ' . -xa- lelight' ill. . f. ■' a : .-I M ti-day afternoon bx M* hate Ligon. it lie* hen.1 on ink Street. There xxeie thirty two member* present.  I he meeting -va- * ailed to order with Mr- John I*’ Williams in the  \ ’•    ' I x ;    .:«>!.  ■tin* toll all .'lls answered with noted men of South Cai d:na, past md pre * n» The following program was cmri< I out:  • ii '"I South  1  'arilli’--a.  Bilk "Glimpse of South Carolina n Iix7fi," Mr Will M- * ar*, r 'balk "South Ca-Mi a of Boday, .Si*: Id vantage* -iud \*-w I >ive--Ver-M i I .arri*".  ; Chorus; Dixie  I -, in bx B .et I tii.-ale, Mr-. ! or -ii rbunk, "St rewall .lack* >n,”  Priddy Meeting  aga n  Hall I  M K  John - -()w**n*  \ I delis Bl  Ex* a 1  ks. F i rn  WATERWORKS COMMISSION  SHOWS MANY EXTENSIONS  sp * -    .    -ion    G en foil"w-  which deli*' 1 iu* r • * > • • sh-nisi-ting of c (Tee, and-ik«, and a- dv wen -erve I  Will Sing Spirituals Titanian Hall Monday  Mi.. Ann-' f nmon V* d! C.i»«» i nter-t*inmrnl Under Au»[»ice» Mfthodiit * 1 r 1 I.- Nu 2 G Cha fie ut on I* n  ary t  i *F  ( I NSU  1,000 lo County Hn*pit»!  ..i* K11 nan, Fulton Bale . Bene Mundy  l\ki Ms POR llkl N ( OI N PY  ! I I  Ba  the Btlnd*y    "* mr tm  Bapt;st chjr«" id xxi wa* a member Me!'IR x ’• Herb*’rf    nj a’tlri * -m  Courtney, 4udfff  ?   Be >wi arid * Harte* 1 MW  Bu.  and   

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