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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - March 19, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                No Paper Published in Locality Equals the Journal and Reviews Circulation in Aiken County vvi 4 10PACM AlttN S WEDNESDAY MAJftCH 19 1930 MATTOffi EffTOBAL m couaiiui Mn tlioMM HHekeock Jraaatd tJw cooMBunkation to the JOOTM and Eerimr Editor Joamal and nice artfet Prepiratory schoopthi In thehandyhunter appeared in the and Courier on March llth Will yon pleaiw copy it in the next iwiue of your With of bkwaonu cbmiitf on in Aiken it might do food to people who would thoufhtleu dwtroythe bloom along the roadside Our woods have suf fered a great in the past though gcttinir more Sincerely yours Louise Hitchcock The editorial in the News and Courier was as Here is the Columbus Led gers view of wild flower raiders svaysof Southern states in dogwood I t season to nwet muny cars benrinc Resident jrrcat bmnches liulen with these i beautiful blossoms that have been Ill Spill From Horse torn from the trees The raiders of j nature do not even hnve the decency j Miss Alice Hishon of Westhury to uso T knifp but lonvc Ltm Isluiul thrown from her to serve as havens for destructive horse Wednesday suffered a insects Every bouph broken from fractured hip Miss Bishop waB tak the trees cuts down thc blossoming en to Columbia Thursday morning capacity during the following senfor treatment Crowd Attends i Jumping Competition A crowd jumping exhibition Sunday afternoon Mw awards made to the winnen in three open claaa and ot handy hunter com petition Atkeaites made up the gathering be fore which thoroughbred aod their skilled performed Win nen were open class Jeanne Regan first Lygian Wright second and Cap t Demetri Ivanenko third Pairs winners were Oapt Ivanen ko and Count William Street and Miss Prances Goodwin nd Kcrrj of the Ai were William Street first Cromp and Temple Gwathpey thiVd Judges for the events were Messrs Hitchcock and McCrcery with Mrs Averill Clmrk presenting prizes Count WydcnbruckLoe was starter 01TESBUY POWER CONSUMERS ASSOCIATION At jta last the city council of voted to pay in the aisociation tt that this would be STEEPLECHASE HttD FOIST TIME FRIDAY particularly helpful m view of the thii city will have to Srrite a contract in the near fu The cities of Sumter Bishopvillc Lancaster Page land and Pamplico have joined the steadily mounting list of municipali ties taking out memberships in the South CarolntmEloctric Con sumereusociatian it was announced from the headquarters of theasso ciation in Columbia The city and town ceuncils iit al mcst every municipality inthe state ment in favor of the which has been yrgft association in an en equitable SMITH WINNER af Smttk ftnt ai4 He Stcondl for powfr IB South Carolina The fight ha been launched not only in South Carolina but in other Over a thousand people crowded states as A meetingOf the Georgia association was held recently Macon attended by of cities of Georsria nronnd the course finish Friday af ternoon to sec Lipinno ridden by Crompton Smith Win the first annual sweepstakes of the recently organiz and plans were made for launching I cd Aiken Sf eplechase association a very strong fight in the state Officials ofthe South Carolina as sociation said that they are very much interested in the movement which has been in Geor gia They pointed out Chat the pres ident of the Georgia association is from Atigusta and that at the meet are expected to Macon last week reprcsenta month it was said Coi wcfe lumbias city council voted over a spokelj inrtheir pre to join vailiniirratca II trie Georgia people hnve a Owned by Harry Worcester Smith of Worcester and Aiken Lip ingo conquered a threemile course und the three other entries to regjs his victory Second place was captured by are andT towns joining but memberships arc bcint taken out by many industrial plants and other large it was said Strongbow owned and ridden by Harry Worcester Smith third went to Isabella owned by Mrs Robert B Deans of Now York arid snd was ridden by Watson Pomeroy upstate Now The fourth entry was Clonsilia owned and rid right to be stirred up over the rates William Pa fnov a tin tinr 11 they are paying ho South The winnerwas awarded a piece users of Carolina says a statement issued i of plau hc power also it wu aaid Reports I by thc association Surely it in thc received from nil sections of thc j must bo evident to every one that event is CD mil Ktate indicate a very sentijour is son and robs iho landscape of its She is the rrucFt of Miss Kramer Aikttt winter resident and One wonders whether the repeated was practicintr hunter on the uppeals for natures thinps have had j estate of Captain Iranenki any effecton peonlc who think her horses hind letrs caUKht ine of yanking niirays Hnd boughs in thf top rungs of hnd5r int BAPTIST MEETING AT MILL BROOK CHURCH A iiwvtiriK will be held at the Millhrnok Baptist church Tuesday April 1 at which time Baptists uf she rlati svil cinfir wjjb the Aiken repardinsr the WOMANS AUXILIARY MEETS and riilr who I i Aim licnn of Mill nnd Mill mni brook Church and Grand Xatinnal Canned to Cuuiity tnotilui lion i n for i enter the atievents and tlie f all the Thi Womans jAilitn County Speakers scheduod to deliver ad inteiestinir and well a dresses on the are the Ucv linjr at the Dibble from plants on other peoples proper ties The efforts to teach motdrinK parties DUuht to be showinR better results Land owners post sicns ttgflinst rnidch of nature do not believe in signs unless jutted her from the saddle in of bolns caught in the act Owners who cherish their wild things most wwp when they evidence that wilful trcspJisscrn hnve thought that nhe was kicked while on thc ground A photocrnpher who hnd snappei a picture uf her spill ran to fcer and picked her up putting his coal under her head Kirwt WHW ed and medical aid Kummoncd 11 F Terrell business manager of Friday March I1th the Bapljt Courier Dr T Dc The various chair rieux secretnry erneriUi nnt mukini niOBl C A Jones general secretary of Mrf H F Kti It is convention vew WINNERS FLOWER SHOW ANNOUNCED MESDAMES SAWYER CLUB HOSTESSES jetvinjr eitiitniUe Mrnded Shcet1 r7 iuses 10 towels 11 ers 10 spreads wutor batrx 2U diaper Mrs L Hoone f eoinmittee rereived f Mill Two tiMii lii AIKEN PREP HOLDS I SPORT MEET TODAY TWKNTYrOUR EVENTS LISTED for Third Woek Court Thfe lollowiiijf jurow fdr third of Civil Ctfort were drawn They summoned to ken on Monday April 7th R L Young North Aufunta H D Rhodes North A A Jackson F H Jwstaon J Marvin Bryan Bath J S Reynolds Belvedere L F Sizcmore Route 1 J M Anderson Bath L A Stephens Belvedere John N Hanfcihson White PdnHT J J Cook Lanirley J A Hendris Ridge Spring Gantt B Cato MonetU LeCrojr Sallcy J B Sanders Ridge Spring J Glocr Norttf AujrusU James McCormjcJc Clcarwater W Jackson Scivcrn R H Grejrory Wurronvillc VWHltedti Li A A Foreman Ellcnton M Kirkland Scivern A B Lybrand Scivcm T W Sawyer Snllcy 1 A Cook Sprinirfield R F D W T Eubnnks Jackson 1 L Kamy Windsor II II Rudiur D fVtiny Vaitclusc T Lybrand Wairener i liouie A Warrenville Yonre Kidire Sprint liiy Hi Seivevii L North Aucusta MEETING OF D A R The nieeliii of the 11 A n wn held at the piinmmnre of Mrs 1 1 Me Lean and Mi IrrUiie L wre aiilniu the nfiiwn csiesli were Mf lleiriv Hiirhy nnd Mii of New Caitle In Mi K Iianiels Clark and Mrs 1 H Frew GRADING OF to MAJORITY ARE GRADE A Only to Cotmtr a In accordance with provisions at the Sudani Milk Ordinance in the city of Aikea I transmitting herewith for publication the grades of various dairies and milk lie with milk These grades are arrived at or de termined by the average analyst of four of more samples of milk from each producer and from two or more inspections of and sani tary conditions of each plant Dr G Bodic Health Officer referred to is raw milk unless otherwise stated Namo of Producer Gracio AikefTTreiKhts Dairy A C C Courtney Aiken t Edjrewood Farm sj 1 A M Gconre Aiken A Hinrhurst Oniiy Aiken illolley Guernsey Farm Aiken A L Montmorenci A Dairies inc Autrusta 4C William Johnson Aiken A H Taylor Aiken B L L Hoyhton Aiken A C Wumhvard Aiken A A A A D C B D C 1 B Kobitisoti Aiken K li liaher Johnston K Denmark A T Mnseley Aiken M Tav William A I L Karl Waifci e Ailcer Jllhiwtllll Mobley Johnston Aiken Aiken Dairies The njrKrrKnte destruction of vines hushen nnd trees in tho Inrt sevejul yeara has reduced of beauty into bnrc patches of wild have disappeared i n the floral arrange Frank F A M Tnbur nnd Mrs Henderson were winners hot only on rtlnin neighborhood roads routes but on over which the traffic is supposed to be light As j inrnta and still life exhibits shown nt the flower show of Aiken Garden club which wns held yesterday in the vernal season is bom thc f the Aiken and fields of the coastal section putting on thpir jrlnd parb The raiders are watchful for lovely flowers It is nothing to them that the Klory of a bower Roes with them It is disheartening to pass through places which used to ho profuse with and which arc now with out the thinjrs that made them joys to tha eyes Nevertheless nature must not abate their effort to ctifh the nature raiders The Student Club met Thursday afternoon nl Ihc home of Mrs TTuKer Hnll Mrs H H Karris of Groen In he floral nrranecment dis plays second place went to Mis Clau dia Phvlps nnd honorable mention to Mrs n C McLean and Mrs Mow ard Knir Mrs Lnnirr Branson won second in the still life picture ex hibit with honorable mention K inir to Miss Frances Godwin Judges for thc contest were Mis Lariitdon of Augusta Miss of the Cleveland Garden club nnd Mrs J M Speer president uf the Federated Garden Clubs of Georgia Several hundreds of people saw Mrs Annie Lou Sawyer ami Mrs i iutirt bvnns J Sawyer were joint Atilllironk missionary of the ilcLaunn llumu milk tiin club on Friday afternoon March lle Milllircmk stm 7th The nutting wns called to f der by the president followed bv n 1 Jlans for the l devotional and i Show Marrh L The meetini then irivrn over i Wl undir in dtnin etc h at liie were repurted to Miss Klixnbeth Hnilcy home iletn onstration aiccnt who itave a very intereptinjc demonstrntion in accesso ries the art of nrrnnKiriK flowers piacinK of bricabrac usinc the riirht types of bowls vases for flow ers She then demonstrated the A new feature f committee whirl Ualtcr Duncan he added by in s headed by the prepnratinn Offrrrd Winning Two in mi ihi I playing an I will in twntyfntir in by Mv SURASKYS PLANS RETIREMENT pnintint of vases to hrinir uiit During lie hour Mrs Snwiticlo she yer rervrd ieUckiHx refreshnunts i had and serving of nt thv Show Miss pressed her rrati ready resjio at the lanuarv M city v for the AllXlI ie to iier Kvery ar he had aked various elmrche civrn b Jiniciv for th cv Kiithei fird Skirldy Mend and J fi II lf u i n in tiattj thi M ale which will inarV retirenient fMitii j i and owner It At iSnrnky lnrani uf ill health All ftitui1 nf will lie in the hands if Maud1 Sur lavky M whu has aiiiatei with hr faUiiT ill the The ha iri Baptist Missionary Meeting March 262S to ker lu KB Cliinw Will he Principal will be An automobile contest was enjoyed by all The next meeting will be held at nnd the auxiliary een furnished A letter of from llowell in behalf of the rupv an the home of C A Hallman and superintendent and every ehib neinher is urjreii tn be present Those present were 1 C Jones Mrs Kd liontwricht The do f the Aiken h ita wa pressing for of the Auxiliary ring the the w es f p I ar i ri cla ber The ITU iriday in rhallili tiior iunir niii winnins thr int1two A i ll t v ox Mrs C A MERCHANTS HEAR the beautiful Willis Clarl villc ww present nnd made an ad flowrrs which dress to the club her subject libraries twenty I Mrs W still life picture and over fifty Horn arTRncementSA Tea wns served to visitors PAUL HESTON TENNIS PROFESSIONAL LOSES TO RICHARDS IN THREE SETS Reaches Finals in West Palm Beach Tournament Staying in Aiken During j and Tyler Participated Vshbvi Merchants Lou Sawyer Mrs G j W Sawyer Misses Acnes floalcr a a mnn Kffie Lou Sawyer Ruby L and Mamrie Sawyer The total sales for thc imnt i February were hi I Masonic i Firming Ikvn to r hall Aiken as held nich nierrbarits in all their ei vork dune MI Mr iriiii in he Mr if Ai Paul Heston tennis professional is with the Edward B McLeans in Aiken for the winter Vintent RicjKirHs Friday in the finals of the professional tennis tournament held at West tnlm Beach st Thc Palm Bench Ten nis club The was Cifl TIi Richnrds nnd Heston had survived a field of twenty seeded players wlv becan play last Tuesdny in tlv fourth Southern professional tournament Meston caucht a su perb Richards at thc tup of his eamc and was but not until he had turned in a fine second set es tontiinp Richards to seven fames to him familiar to Aikcnites were William Bill Tyler who the city lust fal and who was in the first round of piny A Riiiiolph Noble of Lone Island who wns de feated by Hcston on thi1 first play The listed of soedtil piavrs inp part in Richards Paul furtnevi an assistant of Geonro a Hills Charles N 1 if the Country and Kenny of the IJalh and Whitney Field Scene Over a thousand pe firt polo match of the played on fi afternoon when the i decision over the B Lineups were Kerfr Kv ine McKmney C V Whitney GIRI SCOUTS HAVE TWO BANQUETS i onjr that line ir S Firal Si ii 1 I n l Irti Yard 1 i wui 1 h Kaee plo saw Indent a Senior soastin in Final Friday Wichita P K a IKltrt v n n m r S vous nn x Tit and in will Narimial C of K Ir i the 1 o S a idis will Km I Ir On Tuesday thc day of play Hath Tcr Club of Ialm Beach Others n t eroup incido Hans Hummel of many Kdwin Faulkner of the Raton Cluh farnei 1 and an f Richards disposed of Vavid Mehartr Aiken in three Moharg 11 an tor hr this ii with thr ItoTtf H tvtry Pfiirfd RitK Wood Siturslny by Murray nf fhe ChiS He mr srti Jack Rrarh Mkp A Pnvid M r hh and IJ Pnm Rfach in and CiuK TA F iay and a v After ii u v M h irb mrr of I f i NT s r i T rs rhr Jir rtt n r of thr M Arthur R j A S i of MViTi A r a D ri r Il v r a a T MISS KDNA C MAKRIES IN arv f KX r A The twiiiiy itnnunl Bession f Haptirt Wnnmnft Union iinxilinry to the Huptist Slnte Gon vntinn uf South will be held at Coker Colleire Uartsvjllc March The iiprnitiK sesinn will be held on the evninir of March Ji and the n nfprnunn thfl d o the 1 S Sales vy Hl11 A ProRram con who f ind duriiu the has been arranged for i r rhnpman Tin r Preside on n ridiic1 TI speaker in the ie new JTojiatn will be John Lake Inkier able to th tni iriarv China Hv W S jiiiiiii field marl for thf Baptist Whib1 h mm pub Gnial Mis Jtne Well of i vviTit to Mr Sur Tiry China Mis Francos 1 from suUia i of he Hap i M amonsr I nd o that for at Tamia and others at in hi ii nt vriirti A iit 1 t that a junirr i attend these scs j 1 PURSE SNATCHER ARRESTED FRIDAY AND ACCUSES TWO OTHER NEGROES ICapture Follows Hurry Call after Tourists Purse was Snatched at Ccrner of RicMand Avenue i and Lancaster Street Ihief d a1 I arnl wa bv lV bariack1 I Ami Martin viir Vhi1 i i t M r COM KR WITH STATK I   

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