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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - April 9, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                family in ALkra County rtads the Journal and Review IS f otmtat and No Paper Published in this Locality Equals theJournal and Circulation m Aikfen County 8 PAGES AIKEN S APRIL 9 1930 A a Cofrjr COURT ADJOURNED AFTER TWO WEEKS V IHJRiANIJUftDS IMC MISTRIAL Attention of Ad term of circuit court sche duled for three weeks to clear a docket adjourned Friday af ternoon at the end of two weeks aftef a meeting of the Aikcn bar dis closed that there were no cases ready for Many continuances marked the completion of the ses Featherstone of Greenwood Three days were consumed and a mistrial declared Sii the fruit of Dur banLairds against A B Oglesby of a Standard Oil truck for in which Ojrlesby was alleged to have been at fault in j CONCERT POSTPONED sacred concert sehedul ed 101 Friday night at the First Presbyterian church has indefinitely postponed Because of the illness of member otr the quartet from Columbia which wta to UKe a leading part in therecital The Social Service Depart ment of the Aiken Relief So ciety was sponsoring the con cert which was to have includ ed both vocal and instrumental numbers Further announcements con cerning the concert will be made in the near future MEETING PROGRAM PLANNED GEORGIACAROLINA BAMRSTOMEEr TO BE AJUCtfSTA Political m County ami Served Txo in SUU Crowd Waits In Line For Farm Loan Blanks wreck which occurred last October of Application Run Out no MOM Sent from Toad Inaddition to the damage to j airs Vincent TWyman j Miss Virginia Wyman Georir nnd Hujjh Wyman in farmers Stood Monday morning as jnrcd Bttptitt Will SUM of Ex ScltvWwU Anntikl meeting of the W M the Aikeri North Augusta Baptist church Friday April 11 1930 Hymn Faith of our Devotional Steadfast in BufTorie Randolph SESSION AT COMMERCIAL HOTEL Group From Will died his residence in Ellenton on a leading citiierr of Ellorston i be cwgt of SoutK BoJy wn A joint meeting of the Georfria Banker association and bankers morning after an illness of several weeks He was born in ElJcnton in Aug ust 1872 being the son of C E f rom group two of the South Caro BuckinKham and Mre Ellen Dunbar Una Bankers association will be Mrs B M Foreman Jackson S Buckingham prominent people of held in Aikcn Thursday at the AUXILIARY COMMITTEE TO MEET The executive committee of the Womans Auxiliary of tile Aiken hotjuta wjl meet Satur day morning at the Me morial library at oclock AH members of thk commit tee both in Ajkon and through out tbe county arc to be present at this meeting Mrs Walker Beech Island Project J P Sheffield F Have recofrnitiorf of division Pres idents Roll call of W M S by divisions that The town was named in Commercial hotel He follnwevtj W Crouch president of the the OMUpatlon of a farmer and Jor Carolina awKTutiuir many years was numberedas amoriiand for Community Center Through Plant the best farmers of thecounty over the nnd Mavor Ho was educated at the Citadel in Frank p lottSnR the divisions presidents call I Charleston and cntcrinir Welconie A response manhood began to take nn active bo by 1nync the roll Recognition of delegates who gave brief verbal reports Reports in Personal Service Leon Hoiley Stcadfnstntss in Mission Stmiy they had Saturday morning outside The cast was declared ti mistrial the office of the county farm agent Miss Alma after the jury had been out several jwaitinjr their turn to liH out applij Steadfastness in Finances Mrs hours without being able to arrivecation blanks for loan made availj Hullcv at a decision A juror stated publicly able locentlv by the Ai ApporljoiKhent part in the affairs of hls town and county held positions Of Elbvrton Gn honor and trust He represented Ai ropresentintr UKFirst Nationnl Hunk ken county inthe for by the chnir ps Mr Crouch the club as Mayor of and l n member of the cnmmittise on Public Safety durini the war Hi1 was a politiral leader in this county fonk an ac tn n reporter n this paper it has been unofficially cltscussine the that Aiken county lijisbecnt of them finally ajrreed t alloted S of the amount due the plaintiff ini one this y AppiiniltK of Committees Special Auirusta W i who will use as his Hender m of Aiken on Hank 1 im M Mrs Dora Doc Walker conserva tion and production specialist of Winthrop College was in HENDERSON PASSES WEDNESDAY PASTOR HERE THIRTEEN YEARS MM cml in Enf Army Under Gordon The Rev John Eadie Henderson G5 beloved pastor of the Preshyter ian church was laid to rest Friday afternoon in Bethany cemnrtery fol lowing his death at 9 oclock Wed nesday nijtht con ducted by the Rev J Fraser Cocks of Summcrville a former school mates and intimate attested derson had attained durinsr his thir teen years pastorate of the Presby terian church here He had been urday ApriliHh assisting Miss Elij inactive for several Bailey with the Beech IsI his death because of ill health land Ciinmimity Center project I Mrs Walker and Miss first visited thi home of Mrs J A Me took part in many fields of ndeavor lutweon the time of his biilh in Glasgow Scotland Go years l l Ul v Ltll j u t 4 ii A j 1 f served until He srrvcd asinrld whose the I Si ami his death A graduate fleeted to be beautified as part jhuTmacisClie definite information as ti further Theological seminary ami plantim to le done at this particular j thl jjoody Bible Institute i First serving in the Army McElmurrny Yard Improved j Medical corps in Krypt under beiran last fall Chinese Curd in he later went to Graham nf flume Farm MrKiiriray has made Alaska as a medical missionary and n triib wMh her yard Front to welfare work in live part iti politics many years He is survived by his wife Mrs A f 1 C TurTier of Tell Work Halted juror was opposed tn jriviiur the plaintiff anything At Friday afternoon a mistrial was declared Other FiniftKcd Other cnsos finished last week were case of 1 R against ihia remained unanswered vear a call to Philip Harold Buckingham twi ijrrandchildren Ann and two Work on the filling out of Women to be cation blanks wus stepped Monday j Lance Columbia afternoon when the supply of blanks I Hymn exhausted and wires to Cohlm1 Iruyer bia remained unanswered Lunch Leslie Clark in whicti the jurv re Additional office space has been turned a vtnlict for the difoudant In the of S I Rusbic versus llermon J Perry plaintiff was rented and thrtn stenographers Hymn Devotional in Love hired to nid in the rapid ImndiinE of i Mrs Bessie Pritchard GranltcvUlo the nnd work was ox1 call of Yountr Peoples Organ halfbrothers Julian and IVnv Hush Hankei fr of Hnrnwell nie Mv 1 A home ai Afer hisJhifnciJ wnrk he held to Mrs Kd Inkster N Mis Stewartville liradenton and one tils f dirubhery The lo Aiken from the nephew ilumbia Franklin next mnde io the Heech place Funeral services were held at his Cruin Hart leiikinv luck Island Baptist ehurch where twelve j j by his home Saturday afternoon at three Lincoln Morcan Me had kthred for the purpose Smith Henderson formerly of Alden two sis ter Mrs David Allison of Iaisley In ie afternoon u visit wan made Scotland and John Muncamon oclock Hev C F Outlaw pator nf IliUi Ocmiee Dleelborpe Rich staking if the grounds for plant the Christian church iflicialiiur nni Taliaferro Wilket Walton jjne awarded This was for pur j bp rMumwJ mort by Departmont Superintend chase moaty for a lot icr sisteil by Itev W T Smith and br rt to ll H StembriiUre Jr Intrrmeiil Ketber with hankers from the full w was made in the obi Carotinn Cuunties Aiken tleveltijnnept nf H Martir was awarded in his cne ncainst Harry Kfron for1 could be fxjcuwl jenis Reports Arrival of the blanks last week in V W R united n Ions wait on tbe part of and C A Work Mrs II H Sluflet j i farmers throuchoiit the county who IFERMATA RIDING SCHOOL TO GIVE HORSE SHOW Kdireiild VI lendale Hampton and Heatifori of New York bank ini cnncerni are expected to be pre nent al notes Thirtynine caset were settled nt had borrowed money from the sn Sunbenm the wo weeks term inciudmi T n i v The Fcimiti Iiilim IL ifund last year or knew of it P H North ni umiin has been bispiljod for the 1 Hemotistratioti by Xrth Aupusi siud invitations a which is to Iniriver Saturiay faults and sn forth th1 JUNIOR TO MEET IN SAWJDA two onths by daily rnucl a for and be was finally furred inir he to the pa which ji part of the project After all was iiveri in to the K Kit fir The Mu IIep 1 12 beyond tile CullMiitiees The how will J T ear Mil S The w1 ffori in HM1 I Mi Tl TTi Ihl li S FURNITURE STORE CHANGES BAUDS f S ami Dwirh1 Sn fnnnril Soronry f loorsjin to bn The Pnughtors of America f Fifth Pilrict will also hold it at the same place and i time All ire cordially invited Thomas T Cunhmnn District Deputy HALLMAN CRAWFORD ittTcnt of Aiken Buy Furniture Stock of Couch A TimmvrmAn nnd Will Optrmlt in Future The furniture store of Couch Timmerman located corner of Laur lens street and West Haync avenue of Tim anil Place Resolutions fastnerts in an North Augusta Adjournment j u i Hitchcocks Ton m Wins i H H InRainBy 100 Scorj North Cain Wi r a an Milibroi paniment r a ir afternoon and a AIKKN MAN TO BK KECOMMKNt 100 score on iield Action aplenty a ED PARDON CoT R l slut bard of pardons n er in Fridnv is that f Kd Mmre of Seotlnncl Hesides his intense interest in the vork of his church Mr Henderson unity prujcct iimu u participate in fraternal Mrs Walker and llailey w ere nnd at the time of his death nkd to viit the Knthwood of No whern tbey mt by A F Council No 23 teacher and Mn s Chapter Walk i Vll iA Mi aH a jgrot tvh K I f and a n n Tail M H in UUUtrr of rl hr lii r k i FARM WOMENS COUNCIL TO MEET Postal Receipts During Quarter nns hccn by Mossrs T Mailman and T W Crawford j The at tbe Aiken lnpy vii conduc the The Aiken Farm Wo flffico lal quarter amounted to hllsiness thc firm nnmc of men will hold Spnnc meeting larposumof brintrthpilanman jj Saturday April llth rrcrips f the of in the hitnry of the office 4l nembrr ai A compare 1 with the samo ijuar tcr it an increase ir nn increase of per Tbe Blues Laidlaw Mead Hitchcock Mfformick McCoy County convicted uf viilatmn prnhibitiiin law and larceny ORGANIZING SCOUT TROOPS BEGUN HERE AMKRICAN SPONSORS fur of Troop of John W of M of Aiken The transfer vvas cmnplei n Iaturday April rith nnd the new are nnw in ciiartre nf the Car by f the binvicFt in the history of All classes if mail ha Mr been i if Aiken f tiie pa t vev and busincsc Aken very Tntil a few FJUV AIKEN LAND A F i mensurinc 5 on line i s il if Mrs i ieirv N a i i n twenty two bejan tr1 r i r i n rlenirmy A K V s Ji Amerinn Hetel ndei i tOVIII and the increase YoUHg Yale PcloiSt Is of lanV Jonnson having it in the iMnney order department and TT riai even f in saving department has been Hurt In Game Cue sold his intrnst Mr A J M l p di i cvief tn and Si durii he in included the unnrris the Kevs William I C Huirgin and I 1 church of ll lrp MlNuir FHrmler C Hi K I1 Henderson W Cdernan Heniiernon Ilr K II Wvmnn and H Wyman Viivc pall bearers were Ilnvjd Inirli Hn Cropland A F wnnN and Hr Hastings Wyman Kdenrteld C C lv i 11 C Tall Ce F Mcet Will Discuss Plcnr For CkanUp Civic LPACVIC Cily Council anti J H Wrlburn Co 11 in i in ihr Caropaign Tin postoffice has been and he pnsttifflcc inc index f the cene ral huiii if Aikn MISS HARPER GFTS APPOINT the Mr has bern a if Aiken the tire a half years He ar v furniture man and before tn Aiken was employed by J S furniture nnd funeral r a MoCormick am fo tvelve year many friends cemiiur He has been cnnnereti Hardware S jpp Group To Meet This Week Lilt of J P M M Ciinltxcr u r I nt A M RfiNKFIT i vv el presented he a tjinie n f by F t in at the Cold Dinner Drives Ncrro To Cut AIKFN WIN SHCHV M in Mar Mr H AAT i M A V Ar F H v si i H w   

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