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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - March 26, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                Nearly family in Aiktm County reads the Journal and Review mtnrol and No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Circulation in Aiken County 8 PAGES VOL 13 AIKEN S WEDNESDAY MARCH 26 1930 a t Copy WWIHROP AUJMNAE HOLD AttEN MEET FIHSf DISTRICT EUet of Fortytwo Wuithrop Daughters were amenta of the Aiken County chapter Saturday at the first district meeting of Winthrop alumtiae ever held in this district Election of of ficers and a sight seeing trip around Aiken were features of the meeting Mrs Lcroy Still of Blackville was chosen president and Mrs Blackville elected secretary and treasurer for the coming year Next falls meeting will be held at Blackville 1 Formed For Valley Cititen Will of rot inc For or for Creation 6f the Horse Tal tey Sanitary author ity to issue rh made1 possible last passage of a legislative act to that A sanitary commission of three members shall be created by ap pointment of the governor on rec ommendation of the Aiken county delegation and they must be residents of the district The act will go into effect only if endorsed by the voters of the dis trict in an election to be held not more than six months after its pas At the morningmeeting held vote will determine whcth the Commercial hotel representatives tllc bonds shal be issued or not from Aiken Allendale Bamberg Reimbursement will be made tn Barmvell Edgefield Snluda and corporation or village for the Hampton counties heard Miss of anv plants or already made ta Dunbar president of the Aikeh chapter call the meeting to order Thc Rev J UK NEGROSTABBEDBY COUPLE KIUED BY ANOTHER SATURDAY StfcrU Long Setnion KILLER IN COUNTY JAIL PriioMr DuJ Man Wat Good u4 Affair DOM in Dark 25year of North Augusta stabbed and kill ed Louis Garret Saturday Garrefts death coming about an hour after the affray which brought it on Matthews was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Pete Sanders Sunday morn ing while he was working in a brick yard at North Augusta and he is now lodged in the county jail This was the third arrest in connection with tho killing as officers had arrested C on Docket for Extra Jwittr A three session of circuit civil opened here Monday morning vnth Judge C C Feather of TRAIN faced a1 dockef cases Extra MR AND MRS EUGENE SALUEY Columbia ut Which a SnU WiH Go 1 Toward the of for HcMpitnL The Womans Auxiliaryto the Ai ken county hospital will conduct a luncheon booth at the horse show MfcrruKm Salley 60 was instantly killed and her husband Francis Eugene Salloy 5S mortally When thelist of jurors was read injured Sumlay morning at noon several failed to respond to their a BlnckvilleCoumbia train names and necessary to draw struck thpir car as lhey worc conlinR the following extra jurors Willie from church Thl train car Jesse Woodward rieJ Mr irito Columbia but he W Johnson R N Hurray as was taken thc Moseky L R Httlley Kd Richard sorr and F 0 Fontaine i train put into afl ambulance the dead mans brother and anothcrjatlt negro Saturday by mistake First called was G A Dur ban receiver of the American Bank I vs J M Ready et al i This was a suit an notes for thi there Tiuy hud attended church at the Methodist church of Sulley and were truck almost in front of ut their home when their coupewl When mumcwcd at the jail las case occupied ten Matthews said that he went to da JVry Mrs Sal v Mirrored a broken nor reifs house to sue about a fight be a or principally i cnlshcii Thp tween brother nnd the dead man and his mother When and interest Yesterday the cate of 1 D uiilair Winthrops alma mater Miss To Hurpur made a speech of welconv and response was made by Mrs Le P H Guodftlg extension roy Still of Blackville I apparently settled and he started to Hallway Co was This is et ck 28 to go to jpoultryman will hp in Aiken Thurs Dr J P Kinard president of Win day will speak in the Hank of throp made the principal address of Western Carolina building at thc meeting followed by speeches in the afternoon on The Feeding of of alumnae organization by Miss Baby Chicks and Poultry Leiln Russell of Winthrop and Thursday night he will John UraJte of Columbia Mrs speak on tile same subject at George Durban sang a solo as pai t Monctla school building Mr Good of the musical entertainment ing is an authority on chicken rain After reports from chapter speechinjj arid his talks shouldle prolitable cs xvere heard from J P Kiito those hearing him nard Miss Sara Marcum nnd George Ktuckey a trustee of Win throp from His The Luncheon Program At the luncheon following tin1 ornin mi ctimr wire RETURN FROM TRIP heard from thoso present anil humor LAUD AIKENS POSSIBILITIES oUH experiences related by VatHO Livingston of Aiken and Mi Park of Color and Highwuy wilh Elizabeth McNnlt f Hnrnwell Simrint of Fnirent Flower of tin Sirrrt Kcpl Swcpl nnd lllel be the Tie That Hinds cndrd Ihc which Mr and Mrp 1 Hill rr had been held amidst drrnrniinnr of ity from ft tonday trip garnet and gold school colors luring which alonjr thc ide of a house A man came up to him in the dark ralibod him by the shirt and reach ed to a back pocket Matthews de clares that he stabbed the man then and went home not bothering to co whether he had kilbd man r not He wan arrested Sunday suit for damages to an automobile and is for the sum of This cnse will probably continue un til todav occurreTI one onehalf mikv j r nottli of I the Kiini nil home1 in Aiken I ward the purchase of a plaster table for the hospital Sandwiches coffee orangeade cold drinks ice cream and cigarettes will be sold Those desirinic basket lunches should notify the committee before Thursday Ladies in charge of the booth will he Mrs Wnltcr Duncan Mrs Albert Willcox Mrs A W Oakley Mrs Busch Miss Rebecca Mrs Herbert Gyles Mrs Betty Wiehl Miss Chris tine Stoddard R L Guntor Mrs B K Ktheredge Mis John May Mrs V S Will Mrs C J Hill Mrs J C Thomas Mrs John Stanslield Miss Harper Mrs W Ii Turner Mr Sal Hitchcock Leads Team To A Decisive Victory while doing a special order job at j l11 Tommy Hitchcock Mon iic brick yard where he is employ afternoon when he 1d ed He says that the dead man a decisive 117 victoty a good friend of his and there iiux MiHiums Ilue on Wrt Harj laii never nnv bad feeling between them i man field Hitchcockplay sparkled A lumiiia Mr wa the of the late K A Price and Addie C A OWENS RESIGNS The inn of C A Owens is to take tf y Sallcy and loved I luring the middle of tie community in fjtyt i A district agent His a i 1 fluent ial farm JUMPER STARS IN BEP SPORT MEET POOL TIES SCHOOL RECORD Wrn Motb for Second ih Girlt A high jump by H L Pool feet eleven inches which tied thc school record and a mothers race were thc outstanding events in thc annual sports day hold at the Aiken Preparatory school Thursday afternoon Mrs Dcmetri Ivanenko was winner ofthe Mothers for the second year in while Mrs Reyburn was from Fcrrnata school took part in a race and Miss Oglosby was v winner with Miss King second Eight events were held for boys only and sepnrnticontests were Allowed in each class for seniors juniors anil subjuniors on account dif ference in the ies of the boys Events run off and winners were wper lli followed his pur inter of T H Hall ectinn TIIIV friend in he Mailman Johnvm Mor thwaite first roolidge Chapin second Juniors Stanfm Kichardson lirxt vonStade second lUinratt Pitney first Michael Ivan enko second Itroad C P DLx on lirsl II L fol second luiors Stanton Richard son first Ne in Perrin second John W first Mtincan Pit MOM nt any previous time i rind as he warmed d Igiiiie got better New Brick Wall For Iselin Estate rai last Mr utvetl fm everal iai in Mo loll iih trie officr in Aiken Mts C Oliver iMHti luis let l contract for lh building of a tifii brick wall about her estate on he Whikry rond Thi fence about feet long and built brick that are manufactured player A rally on the part of in j iavily n Iy io pn in the bird chukker came ar tying the xcore but thc j by Mt pleaded This was the Ii of Milburns Aiken match games since an iniurv two acu forced his the nriivc frame for M SUFFERS FIRE IN BASEMENT in Virginia The wall is of serpentin was iirn a curve being every 11 71 A ride around Aftm waK cov the visitors and a trip to the ganieK and report a very enjoyable trip I be imibtr the on inrlong thj Ci i of Claudia wn us a town CniviiMiy f Virginia at j Hitchcock III McKheen nnd Th Mi H ly DAMAGE THAN Many Cifilcllt Hfilp Wilh Irilht on nntl VVatrr Cbiff liarm til AUovr William Seigler Runs Over Colored Man Si lirbr old ran into an i Hun an man at the inSeiMctioii of Park a oi a around and light leg Tne acci ient 1curr1 ii Mr was down Park ave nue toward the nogit it pot ii ihat darted the left side of Mreot in fmnt of his car he iid n have time apply his or avoii hitting him Jlr but leasi d the nulciime of thi negros condition Hospital authori ties say that barring complication the negro will recover parks and flowering high ways lire evident than ever the Iiil Aii CO il the ill nrcm V linv Th Dobbins Gives e Mrs Lawton To Speak At Hotel Henderson Post Warn Of bitv Limi FOR At Tech i MANAGEMENT HOTE HENDERSON CHANGES of a kept 1ail clean Hill says ue ly to clean them anii down Parks there are wi colorful nnniaN which are 1 the height of their booming time of year with asters potu nias and at thrir best j On thrir trip Mr and Mrv Hill The Hotel Henderson chanRCi spent some time it Jacksonville St hands yesterday nnd frnm now on will Daytonin Orlando Winter be operated by Lewis A White of Haven Bartow Kradc Washington he having bought Fort Meyers winter home of the lease from J Mason Alexander Edison Miami Melhurn Kisimee of Greenville recently iOrala Silver Springs On their Mr WhitP will uy horo as resi returned trip they met Mrs C H dont mannirer and will he oined hy Anderson at Kassimoo and she rc his wife and mother within a few turned to Aiken with them weeks For the timo being iilhert inr f V k M aal of Mi Mary Georgia Tech facu j ricintly and offered ini uwn I PURSE SNAT HER nior J Sar dam tirict P Iixon second Junior Sianton Kichardsun C von seioinl A B tiri Nelsyti Mimi second Hurdle W L lonen fir1 C P Pixon second Junior Stanton Uicharilsnti fint J ii serimd Ogirby I Jump II Pool fust Guy second Junior Uiciial lisoii lint C von Stiide John W j tirt Michael j rarr Mr Drmetrt iri W S Hriiy H W t r J Gille pies tenm M Cow ii w tit1 Ihon r trecond G ihst T Mi I of hovvcd C P wnitir ien r 1 AMM r with uid W COIIVITM He was cine of the layers blood was satisfactory Black virro ho c n has c I of police and is being held over for j All war I r f the other bring Tom Jones the Mav term of court together wn ern end was chosen for Arnie Martin who previously con the transfusion that Jones would not ve weakened for his work on Techs baseball team FARMERSLOAN MAN TALKS WITH GOWANi T William Johnson who was at the snmr time been for lack of mav obtain it from J W or by ti the S Veteran nt S LASSCOOK Martin former nianacer v Mr Aiexaii r rra on i a lit v Miss Jane M hnrhe of iniurel an iiere wii a we at j par of j Mr the night w M i in in Ai Ki K Cook w a n M iay n j n Mr i a AIKEN COnAGERS VISIT CHARLESTON f u t n r r i r Fire Drill nt Honf i f iMiir ds ai of r i i i a jurors W Ii Solicitor H ai ri conniind clem SHERIFF GETS TEN STILLSIN A WEEK more still the of J P arid lavl and br the for the w k up to Von b r in T 1 M TH nrARTVNI OHR   

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