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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - April 2, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                family in Aikm County reads the Journal jusd mmwi a nil No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the journal and Reviews in Aiken County 8 PAGES 14 MKEH S WEDNESDAY APRIL 2 mo t RED AMBER AMD NAUGHTY BOY ARE WINKERS IN TWODAY HORSE SHOW Show in Beautiful Hitch cock Wood While go Through Th eir Paces Wednesday and Saturday Aiken Trio Legion Spring Rally Aikeas hone show finest of its kind rmn off first days events Wednesday amid abetting of fashion able people blooded hones and the impressive Hitchcock woods intp whose depths the winter colony jlrove in buggies carriages and cars the second day of the scheduled for Friday but had to be postponed until Saturday on account of rain saw Naughty Boy ownv by G M Keraochan ridden by Mrs Lewis GrecnlcaT win the bliie ribbon for the best jumper of the day A capacity crowd witnessed Saturdays performances and ap plauded the winners of each event Morning ETCBU GompetHionsmcttjr the polo of various weights was held in the morning and first prize went to Jimmy owned by Fred H Post of East Williston Long Island second by owned by Rejran McKinney and third place was awarded to ownqd by Milton McCoy of Cheyenne Wyo Winners the various weights with their owners were Lightweights Milton McCoy first Wil linm Zeigler second Seymour Knox third Middle and heavyweights Jim mio Fred Post first Kitty Seymour Knox second I Well Fred Post third Novice lightweights Milton McCoy first Kitty Seymour Knox second Milton McCoy third Novice heavyweights Tetrato Regan McKinncy flirt Fred Post second Silver Fox David Down third Afternoon Iurintc the afternoon jumping JHT were held anl first prize won by Red owned by Capt Dcmitri Ivunetiko am ridden by Count Illia Tolstoy Second plnce went In owned by Cor nclhiM Vatiderbill Whitney nnd rid den by Miss lennni Regan Third was awarded owned nnd ridden by Temple Gwnlhmey centered in the afternoon performances rather than the morn ing events and over fifty horses were entered in the jumps The polo com were judged by Dick Wnr ing nationally known judge of San Antonio Texas Archibald C Ran John W Ashhnrst A and C B were Aiken rep to the spring rally of the Legion held in Colum bia Thursday at which National Commander 0 L Bodenharher wss a speaker A morning business session was followed by a luncheon at the Jeff erson hotel and membership quotas Svere discussed disclosing Aikenls quota of fifty had only been reached to 60 per cent thirty members be inp enrolled Flagg Southern Cross Coiling Trophy Kour to Carry off Club Among the objectives to be taken ug JJ American during the coming year are the es tablishment of a Boy Scout troop and the organization of a junior i Legion baseball team The Ameri can Legion last year conducted n j series of junior baseball games and determined the championship of the United States in a Little World i Series at Louisville with the nota blcs of bastball in attendance Aiken post bus already start1 ed agitation for a Boy Scout troop for Aiken and are exerting ef fort to get a competent troop leader j and finance its organization This post is one of the three bachelor posts in the state without j a auxiliary and nn being made to orfranizo one here W AUston beat Grambnll four and two Saturday to witf finals of the Cross cop match at the Palmetto Golf cliibrandcarried this most coveted of all Palmetto trophies Lyinan Wright before Fmnk Bryce five four his opponent winning the Aiken cup Min r Miss annexed the Phelps cup in the ladies event The beaten eights in the South ern Cross match played a consola tion match and J Hopkins Smith emerged winner by defeating A R Jones three and two Lyman Wright won the handicap match with a score of 70 whici gave him a net score of 73 after substracting his 3 handicap Play for the Hitchcock cup began Monday natod today with the playing of AUGUSTA COMPANY HOLDS MEETING HERE Stockholders of the Bearings Parts company of Au gusta held their annual stockholders meeting in Aikon Thursday night at th Hotel Henderson A luncheon was served before business matters were taken up BOBTAIL BILLS STARTING TO POP UP IN ASSEMBLY Aiken Polo Pony Show i Held At McCoy Field Six Jadffi mid Awnrd Crowd for An nual Affair Aikrn itfin rnny heM Sundny in the Mcffiy a laree numher f ponies ente was witnessed by a lartre cHt The with their iv the various A international poiue d MAY WRECK PLANS OF CONFER ENCE COMMITTEE AND RUN UP APPROPRIATIONS BILL Its bobtail bill time with the general assembly of South Carolina jThr sessions end is in sight nmi with ithe appropriation bill denuded of all permanent improvement the prospect is that usual will he made to nplart then by Hitchcock Litieoln Pavid Glimmer Allan 1inkeron Marnhu S H Knox H ponies sired hv registered in the National iolo pony stud hook Minx Dows Iumroc K S vonStade Smut Dows Marjorie Kay Knox Fast Hlnck Pinkerton Class C ponies sired by thorough dolph of Uppcnille and Waugh Tread K H Post Glim the jumping events mpr Pumicc von stade j Rim Rooker Post Minx DJWS Cart One of the features of the second Deuce Pows days competition was the jumping at the team from the Aiken Preparatory school team which placed third in the team jumps and drew prolonctrd applause from the crowd Lint of Winnert In the class Friday morning for thoroughbreds shown in hand Miss Shirley Mannings Irish Castle wjw first with Hitchcocks Class foreign bred ponies La Polla G H Mead Marabu Knox Glimmer Pinkerton Chico Hitch cock Class K best Armrirnn and for eign bred ponies Well Treail Tost Rim Rorker Post Fast Black Pin kertnn Mind Hows Scout Dows Cynch Pinkerton A class for best brood mares suit able for producing polo ponies was Morning Mist and Miss Georgia shown s GiWoe second and third respectively These were the hunter type while for the flat race type Glcneur of the Sewicklcy stables was first Warflier also of the Sewickley stables second Thomas Hitchcocks Chickamauga was third For the steeplechase type A F Goodwins Irish Laddie was first his Fernleur second A Ludlow Kra mers Licks third For the steeplechase type A F Goodwins Irish Laddie was first his This is th MUCH PROPERTY CHANGING HANDS The receivers of the GastonHank Tnist Company have sold to Mr W H house and lot on corner of Park Avenue LniT street known as the nfintion hill appiojiriatidiv totahng M Sperial act aj the total beyond Jl hi two a flock bobtail hli rend only once in etuh housi may undo aM that conference com mittee may accimpih in reiiutiui more It nas been done before Conference Report Expected The conference report on the an nual appropriation bill was expected to be delivered Monday night The bill it now stands authorizes ex penditures totalling a re duction of more than be low the total authorized by the sen ate And so Monday night if the con fi rees did not change their minds each institution kryw what it had lost wheels may be started rolling tret it buck Lrgi have been extraordi narily free this year with bobtail bills The net to discourage suits intended to delay the sale of highway bonds was the outgrowth of n bobtail bill The loan was likewise a bobtail mea sure There crowing opposition especially in the lower house ti the bobtail bill practice and early this sev ion the bolide incorporated into niles provision rnurtd upon nvrn 7he rule hou ever n i cnnie to Fernleur second A mers Lex third For pairs of hons went Lipincn owned by Harry Wore nnd rid Irn b Fdi to Snejtrlirrhnnd ar 1 ridden b c J Ludlow Kra blue rih Scarlet i Southern railway liepn price Snle was Fnnnie W Puliosc agont Messrs Sol and Sirr have sold to Mr Allen ir n Ornngeburg tree IT The is ut 7 of Mr David IL ir HITCHCOCKS TEAM IN TWO MORE WINS LARGE CKOWD SATURDAY Tommy Wild in Weekend Tilt and ScorM of Hit Star The largest crowd of the local polo season saw Tommy Hitchcock his Reds to a convincing 94 victory over a blue team Saturday that tried hard but could not ride down the irresistible Tommy Watson and JDevercaux Milburn were scheduled to play but were nof in the lineup and rob bed the game of a possible big lea gue flavor Hitchcock ran away am scored seven of his tcanvs nine goals while youthful Bostwick accounted for the other two Each mejnber of the Blue learn made ontf goal for n total of four During the fifth chucker a bn occTirfid Ea tons horse fell and rolled over him but a few minutes pause showed injury to neither man nor horse and the frame was resumed His attempts to hit hard caused to break several mullets The lineups Reds Hlues Mead McKinney Rostwick Knux Hitchcock Iglehart Kalon lows AND MOSQUITOES COME WITH lotion of Gilbert Production SPRING WARNS DR Advises Trial By a Gilbert and SuIHvaji opcrctta was presented In1 the gymnasium of Fermnta Wednes day night with the cast from the student body A large and appreciative crowd applauded theproduction The cast of characters wore Sa frnnne Butler as the judge Louise and Insect Pests in Order to Prevent Terrific Multiplication and Disease Highway Include Two Aiken Low bidders on 12 state highway projects involvingmore than Mead as Anjrelina the plaintiff announced by the highwa Lillian Caldwcll counsel for plain jtiff Janet White as Edwin the de fendant fieatrice Stewart usher Carol Barnes foreman of the jury I BettyChnpin maid of honor Bridesmaids N Bvers J Hunter li Kinjr M Kountze JL Ojrksby and B J West Jurymen L Ahl U McGoe A Sard A L Partinipt K Burragc Robbins indL Swift Game The Tummy Hitchcock evoreaux Milburn feud wns renewed Wednos day nnd again Hitchcocks team won 7fi in a sixchukker match ii Hnr rimnn ficid A Inrpp crowd hravcd t liittii wind for a gnod contest whirh saw Hitchcocks trailing tiir during the first part of she fourth period Two coals endrd tin1 prriod with a lit and during thr mxt ciitikkrrs the RIMS stiitnhvti tlirnHKh to throe mnrkers the Him1 WITO ingotiatinu inii ami tin ttiiled 70 Millnirn piny a his anvifly to in corniTt ball tr Th iitir up MRS TOOLE TO MANAGE FACTORY X department recently following open ing of the bids including The reconstructionof the sub structure of the Sand Bar ferry bridge over the Savannahriver on route 28 in Aiken county and in Richmond county Atlantic Bridge company Greensboro N Wannamaker Wells of Orangeburg By Dr W G Bodle Coincident with singing of birds and blooming of flowers buzzbuzz of flies and ml so herald to us that ar rived and that these pestilential in sects are again ready to take advan tage of mild weatKer and increase their cohorts of disease breeders through reproduction and multiplica tion by millions Destruction One fly or mosquito properly swat ted now means the destruction of swarms Inter which inevitably follows the safe emergence of one j female from semihibernation or wintering in protected place TK steel superstructure m c i However the mere killing of fhes reconstruction of the Sand Bar j nt this seaeon should be has a new in dustry the Good Cloth Garment com firry bridge over the Sarannah i 11 nfter and destroyed since one river on route 28 in Aiken countv female fly lays from 150 to 200 tmu in Richmond county Green v r T ti v viMe Steel and Foundry company Greenville laying periods arc not uncommon Atlantic i One fIv has been known to lav mil pnnyand it is being managed by I XJHons of eggs and nine or ten gene Mrs Alice Toole who ms had many rations have been known to hatch in years experience in the dressmaking Between If and people will be COURT 01 employed in the newfactory and Mi Toole will he associated with Walter Hill well known ville man in the new enterprise FARM LOAN PLANS DISCUSSED MONDAY APPLICATION FEE FIFTY CENTS County Will Have Final Jurir diction Apliciktionft For Not of a single season Enctimates there fore what the tenth generation of lynur April fly would aggregate in AIHNC ON nrtTKFT MiUiiu uii uuvan th iollp nnd the world and it in nn absolute fact NO CASE MONDAY MORNING fMfeA mon i mining human beings than nil the from wnrs combjnrtl Consider Through np nllmbl houM fly to J D hjm nhove destroy his breeding plnces The rivil Mssion of circuit court BtaWplli cow adjourned early Monday RUrfnri any until yesterday whn the ease wm cauw mnd ed for trial was found to huve beer wjj prvp lo nour t uf court f eonrt Monday follow nnd batch out the prospective murderem in the shape of th d a Mow week before liu house flv url through time eases I f I 1 J Sin finibeil from WidneMli Friday were i 1 Ii iif and Kailrcnd Ver iict fur in the um f SVMi lamaire an1 A I ainiff K n 1 1 x Knton Hi S lirlehai i I1 M M i Poultry Car Stopped at Jackson Monday A shipment of poultry was made from Jackson morninir at oclock and from Kllentnn Monday afternoon at 1 oclock This car moved on to yesterday Barnwell today on Thurday and r i Loading will 1 the i agents in each iilonilt i Piuie VV H McilHin fiiekson K K A M v al U Williams Wagener Tulin W S Sawyer and Hnyce K f Appliiatiin papers fir the will be sent out th rornmittees as soon as th Ulvler Ih ill ii i araiii1 1 i I irihr for n the ITTI ar D and Mr i M Otto Sommer arr a injunction uvrnint of lani in litigation modified in fav or of the ilefendnnt Palmettd Lumber company piiin to the house fly the monqultn rnnk highest as a destroyeil to human life and progress There is no n whatever hut whnt he a car nf iHle f fT tie ijtcailetui of the of Kivnt and of IJume arid nf the nh lee i of South nnd Cen trnl Amirifn In nocjnrn times thi ane has held back the of iarden of iiiabv the Anieri m trinc anil it that the intiriieean cmutl wis only inihed aflir the ruritro of r uar acconulirieil ity torgas Heforc undertaken by engineiring forces it will recall i that the French iimlertftking this gigantic nrinccring problem failed utterly Swnt the Movquito y dict for the plaintifffnr In spread other than mmunitv avrainst 1 anr 1 ewkeshiirv r hv iinicis water available rwat the mosqnitn Drain ponii Miildle empty recentncles m iht contain water and the Price offered ic are onlnri n j en f ei heri from the government im after I case the defendant had filling uiit mny c givii o uin ed to cut timbers for the eommitteeman H and had fmied to do so he farni he S lit of aide ii the nti n blank r rhemse foie nni n ind cents and chickens 1ctn ent geiH1 JO cent hen 2 int J cent FREQUENT VISITORS ON DEFENCE SQUAD v American i r A T 1 W Turnbiill I i cmjanv dlaul j I M i 1 W 1 n i proldm wi he malaria probli Solved HORTICULTURIST TAKES UP POSITION econd week of i Ilea1 convene r H H K i i II B y K L o M i Wa ay and half a his TV H ii iMgned s from Uidgc Spring A a from in He took a iadiinte work at Michigan State nvii to In A of The i d xv He will lo A A h the Hi A r i Aiken rtcr by Jones ford first And f TO SPEAK wnykr Iiinrsd so f i   

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