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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - April 16, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                        J----ann |il. i--jj--——k              j Nearly every family in Aiken J County reads the Journal and Review.  I    J     No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review»  Circulation in Aiken County  8 PAGES  VOL. 60- NO.. 16  AIKEN. S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1930  (2.00 t Year—Sc a Copy  BISTATE BANKERS  CONVENE AT HOTEL,  Holley Lotos Much  Livestock By Fire  OVER ONE HUNDRED ATTEND  is Mule*, Two Hora#*, Thro* Goat*, and Twelve Pig* die i» Biol* — No l»vr*flc* for Lo****.  Sooth WI"     P '” t  i ||j|  Mr  W. W, Holley, Sr., Milford .  cUrV~.'.7“*c..ll- r ”.. ’ Mi* to- by Sr. ta* MMV  night when his barn and contents bv Over .    ttt.nd.ri    <■    H  MASS MEETING AT COURT HOUSE FRIDAY EVENING-PUBLIC INVITED TO ATTEND.  CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN Judge ebb Ready AIKEN WILL FINISH PLANNED FOR 28TH  T ' r ”!rr' GRANITEVILLE ROAD  I  a  U.. Joint m..tin, of W ~»btrt rf    ^    , u    hotr ,.    „d .boot I  .Troup two of th. Sooth CnroHw, nod     hwd     „ m „„,    u,.    ;  Coral. B.nk«n «,oc,.tlonTW    ^    ^    ^     (rom    h     >  to,^ th. Coinm.r.—I boul .od ^ ^ ^ ^    ^    „ f     |  h..rd th. South Moll*, ‘troop (re    ^     tri , d     to Hbontt. the ;  on ro'ord .. being oppos'd to'tho ^ ^  m dnv „ ,„. y  by lh.! inert-... in th. .mount of ^0^    ^     two     ,  „y individual may ha. ’  wl “_ hon.., thro.' (ookTand WttT* head I postal doporfcawn .    ^ wow burned. Brvid*^ tho ]  ran,,. - tho rn,ult of a '"H ".'»*•  Um f  , h , „ v , ^ all th. feed in-1 ly introduc'd in rongr.r, *•£««  e|u(|iw nb iui  , )||( ,  bu>|wU  to .urn | raising of th. limit from »..5I    ^     >n(J    (    )4t     ^     f , rtl |iror.    j  . f&.OOO.     wa# ,     n j ce     story,  Georg is Peach" Pre.ent     gtTUC tur« and was completely de-  (   A figure more familiar to sport*    The    Aiken    fire    department    j  readers than to perusers * I the anan*      n n,i    21,1    .„ma ir.m I i  cial page WM present, Tyros Ray  ’ ' ’    ■    it**  or $7,000 with no insurance.  if, ooh  YEAR FOR SCHOOLS  i went to the scene and did some goo I  vt*. i*»»,v — — r-- ------    work and poeaibly saved other build*  mund Cobb, long a director of a hank in Lax r a. Ga. '■ bt "Deiirgia Peacinras been LeA f-TTtnnntr of* late in his investments, according to  a friend of lung standing, and ha    Tin    FY    A    V    TIIIC  brought to hi» stock operations the |^j    UA    I    I ill 3  • same studiousness and keen ess that S„. I. ne I"- play*■ t .ti *Hr *.*.*.,...1- -i the big league*.  Ballantine Officer    —  Officers elected by the South Ga- For some weeks past K. IL Smith rolina group for the coming year county superintendent of education, were- A M.    Kennedy, Williston,    with the    superintendent* of    the  chairmau; E.    J- Mims, Edgefield,    schools of    the county, have been  vice-chairman;    Perry A Price Bam-    considering    the question    of the    An  well secretary;    W. A. Stuckey, Ridge    nual Field    Day. usually    held in    Ai  Spring district representative to ken in April of each year. The sotho executive council; and G. H. pediments met at the court house Ballentine Aiken, member of the on Monday.April 7th. and after con-nominating committee for the state Veering the matter decided to aban-  anociation     don  ****  meet year *  but that r,P * t    U  The Georgians chose the following year the Inst Field Day in the busmen to serve them for the coming tory of the- county would be staged year: R. F. Fowler, Vtgrrenton, Ga., at Aiken.  chairman; F. D. Smith. Klberton, J    Held    Number of Year*  Ga. vice-chairman; und G. White j j? ie j d  j )ay  been held for many  TV Chums Committee, recently ofganiwd in Aiken and composed of every* independent bunnies* concern, will hold a mass meeting at the Aiken County Court House on Friday evening of (hi- week, April 18th, at eight oclock shaip.  At this meeting detailed reports will Im* made by Dr. B. C. McLean, Chairman of the Committee, and also the Chairman of the various sub-committers. In addition to these reports the committee will lune two splendid speakers from Charlotte, N. who will discuss the campaign of the local committee lo promote trade at home and with home owned and home-controlled Im sines* concerns. The Charlotte apeakm are member! of the Cilizciia i’rotf* five I    of that City, and are Hon. H. M. Ikovd,  att erne v, and, Mr. James B. V ogler the Cretan of fie TTiar-lotte organization, Both of theM*- gentlemen are interesting speakers, and it Is hnjied that the public will avail thnnselven ut the opportunity of B ating the campaign of the local committee discussed.  In addition to the public invitation to the people of Aiken and surrounding trade territory, the, independent merchants of Wagener. Salley. Perrv, Windsor, Montmorenci, hi lent on, Wat-tenville, Graniteville, Vaurlusr, l angley,    Hath. Ch-arwaPi    and  \^ nj*- ^ 4 *    SSrS  |jrr riTnpmyn cH lift* -^1 i    •*—  vh till remarkulde P sui C«>*, and    the    people    of this    Cite    and    -ut  rounding territory are giving    line    cooperation.  Come out to the yu >*titU' on hiiday evening at eight o’clo* k ...,\ hear the able -peakei- brought to Aiken lo the local committer. I lie public ii  ORGANIZATIONS CO-OPERATE  Total of SRS, 120 Will k* Paid to J Confederate Valor*a* •«<! tknr Widow* in Aiken Coonty.  COUNCIL APPROPRIATES IMS  H. Welburn Af»i» OSm Fro*  Tick*!* to Boy* and Girl* Bringinf in Twonly Tin Can*.   -Nine    Ufkt*    Will    bo    |n*tall«d    Along  Probate Judge G R. Webb ha* ft    Richland Aranna—Only Pone New  cetved money for the Confederate    Ona* to bo Bought, Othor* Ckaog*  ■j  •I  veterans and their wives, and I* now  r j i    paying    the    same    to    thoae    entitled to  Organtaation work .nil tentative     wfl ,  receive  plan* for a city clean-up week April  Authorization of expenditure*  Kach veteran will receive  we«°compkJd^ionday I^ * u ” 1  °^ $24 °     510,1     wives    have     WCftwwy  to bring to Lauren* rfreet  '    .    .    „mtw     hecn  divided into tw.e> ckwe A and‘ t j J<f r  ^ being constructed from  X™is- m-  r » r--- Mo^u. -T «  tiv„ of ,V bMTri of hnltfc,  1  tty    7"'-    '"'' h     1 mrk, not to .IOT* MOO WU th.  council, th. American Ujion »nd ••*     M     “    mort Important matter ,,»«ri upon  th. like theatre .ad Wa Chfc •**“  B  * nd  ’»•“    .    h» «»> «»“*>'    ’  .    I    Tho    total    amount    to    be    disbumetl    yi oru j RV     night, * ’ * - -WB*  League mot. .     ::r     .    .        ...    iwm    J* .  —Tho. ii-c* lur the fl^n-llp woak  were chanced from April 2-2li to  April 21- May ■« in older to coincide  i with the Rotter Homes Of America s    '    '    ,    .    .,    ,     w ---    —•    .  w ll run ut the mtir j veteran wtll receive a i-heek proyuli d : prwniJw d t© wttrk im fur I'lOfl par  $  Tbs total amount to be disbumed i* 125,120.    yy,    E.    Yahri,    county    commiaidohir  There sri* 20 nem** of veteran* nu •  tM ^- ,, uUIH .,i the $8,500 - appro-" the list, but oply 15 of these ar* l*y    by the county wa* almost ax*  Under the law tike estate of * hauatod and that the contractor had  . 3j  --I  mg  >ith,if?s im ired t" anend.  TOMMY BIDS ADIEU    GENERAL SESSIONS  TO AIKEN OF 1930 COURT OPENS MAY 5  FLASHES IN FINAL TILT  JUDGE RICE WILL PRESIDE  Petit Juror* for the first Week Cho*rn—ln»e»tii*tion» of Grand Jury Will Occupy Fir»t Day.  .It.r lan, Thomson, <ia . secretary. An invitation was extended the Geor-  yrars each April, and a great many people looked forward to the Ocea  nians to bold next year a meeting in , H>n w j^b great pl» ;uiurt'. The pa-Elbc rton and the matter was referred  raf | tf Q |  t ^ 4 , u<«hool children was a big to the executive committee.    Ifoature,    ai    d    an    inspiring sight, and  *8. W. Crouch, Saluda, chairman    p,.    that the school* will  of the South Carolina group, opi ne !  no ,  r . om4 ,    tili- spring,  ♦ Le meeting and the oner  !  :  1  '*  r  c>. or, Field I 'n . gave the  Match Gam* Thur»d*y Watched by Visiting    Banker*—Mr*.    Burton  Give* Cup* *t Saturday Round Robin.   __ The    Tourt    of    General    m-    --non®  T-*mmy Hitchcock bowed his wayjwill convene on Momlav, May <',h. gracefully out of the Aiken 1930 polo with Judge ll. K. Roe. of Aiken, picture with one of the prettiest ex presiding. The Court will a t Ribitions of nuillet work men here week*,  ; lately and his Reds won handily. P ", i Y, vtorday jwtit jurot* f»t lh- first Wednesday afternoon on Tu me i field, week were drawn. Thee .mr*. are  Aft! I- :i slow Stu-t which saw the jsummoRtM to come to Atjien on rue*  Blue* leading for a few minute  week which  \  Bi ss ie Ha: pat, who i the campaign for Sooth * arolina. The two drives will he co-ordinated I Clear.”g-*tp of pre ni-ei "'itll ref iTenct ic watcr*h "Wing and m6s<|Ut  •    '    j,, jp j* recep!iieb 'i, tiijicvther with  grni—nr brzrot if ring ptef-ww plnnned aloin the lines f pnevioi campaigns of i imilar na! ire, and it was the •n* <*n*ii. of noinion that two clean ups cai Ii year are needed fiji tik«»n  Circular* Plannrd  !; wus planned to print circular-operation of every cltiie ii coming sanitation week {ions w en* made th#! ’ bese be ii Atrihuted thr< ugh e '.'n Is* im can,/.atinn.', pr 1>  * 11 a Keo Ute.  Free Thestrr I ic Wet*  J. H. \N el bur n, na; i id ti;* Aiken theatre again offered a ft* < theatre C-f *t to the boys and girl* of the cite. white and colored, who  .■ret ion. id 'in- he died within the last tweh *  d|iy |U ord ,, t t( , ft nV( *h th** road, al-* i;  , ....    •    • T’ *T« in ti in I-’    :g:r.    ii    inn    was    $108  class A and 2 wives in class B    •    **    ”     ll -“—    *-*- J   MAYOR LAUDSPIAN —TO flE.OY-IIP emf  F I  a! ar  ■i moi  urging Cl during t and sugg< circular  some of I  ably the  d Review : en *ug!*e*ted clesn-un week, pdrluns ttiriFi ‘hat our Civic if Health toke  that oui and thi  L* go*'  per day. Mr. Yaun further stated  that he would guarantee that .the expenditure would riot exceed $.’StM) and that the road would connect with Lavmms -IHM.  Whit* Way Far Richland Av.  • (\tuneil authorized $716 for th* installation of nine white way lights on Richland avenue, beginning at La,irene licet and going east for three blocks. Four of these light# • jrrt* ♦ - br ftne.    :    .on will bs taken  from Curve si net, rind one will be  th,  lend removed Hmm 1*6: k avenue near the  I SU -EC  md Board  in marking out the program, and Southern depot  r,.,.! gore ("its Council w I! authorize I ne bid accepted wa- submitted by the Street committee to furnish a the South Carolina Power company f .rce of nu n and truck*.    togcthtr with a lower bul which wa#  When in Europe 1*4 summer, I  n °i* considered suitable by council. visited a number of resort# and mu-t    Policemen.’ Uniform,  confess that we do not take a* much Summer uniform# for policemen care in handling trash and garbage rome up for drruasion and it wa# -hey do The City trucks haul decided to buy light weight suits, a* m,t hundred* of loads of tradi each the on-* nt -ne# are of the heaviest bring 20 tm can# to hi' theater. Mr. ’month and cannot possibly keen up serge  VV.-1 bo rn ha# generously co-operate I  ; -w*ifh it unless our citizen* will assist A eel lain number of unific .is are  in th wa; v> th the health auth.ti- by burning or burying the wist* I* ight each year fur the officer# and tic# and .Mrs. C. J. Hill expm*'-d the  D nner, leave-, boxes and dead branch they requeued that pail of the pro-  %    ... -J . *    l« •-,••6 loin t tSS'VI _  two ! »?>prfM*!atioTi of th# itwtinf ff»r hit kind otTer.  City e nu ne ii wa pctitiuiel to pay f .i huge bm ti  from trees and shrubbery.    expenditure    he    put    int*,    nm.  , Owner# of ,.  ; ; I, nee pr-mo should realize that trash thrown out  IL  ^,}:v .of»*.**<) i*, tiic Hey. .■  gin. of tim Aiken Moth idi*t  Hug •hurch.  Mayor I' fink I* ll nderaon made a  h *>f web   'n the riel* gates,  ‘to which a r«s; >nse was made by (bd. Howard B, Payne, representor th** First National Bank of F.lWr-ton, Ga.  Denounce* Stele Financing  I *. jo i    — * *f to** t'nUiiL. achuui ^  deal of work und ti* ui I*.  a gre ' re#p«'rwib:!it\ bt  1   #evend sch;M>l chihlren to Aik The following it the re-'dot adopted bv the Fuperint* udent': “Re*dive, that the plan.# fur a Field Ittv for Aiken county !>j* d ' n in ucd fur the present school year, anil  Tommy nr ii ar  ! _;X gcS  t busy ,1 b’s op  n, sunnily  and rnrhi on  ll th!  day, the  gram) ji  Mol, la',.  day of  Th.  for the erection  1  hold all the tm ram  !* <• campaign and  colh ct able dnri  (I elf IT pri ■•'.»# f lm:c in I.a- Ian  WH* ab a kt  th.  '.reel is mo-' un ijrhtlv an Cie value of their pr 'pert;  VV  !' I  ilk  *1  Traffic Officer Re|» or **  Repurt of the trsdfice officer, Jim .-adward, showed l l arosats during h and I I conVic*  i dice depirtment  ! ret oId with Ho  v ith tine#  nioni  .f Mr  ent u'  were ringing * * ; 1  ibrce mark  At  •on  WIT ing on  g*  * ie  • un  ii a-  In hi# address B. W. (’rouch the schools of tho county becin n**w scathingly denounced the present:to make plans for next year, with method of state financing which tho idea in mind to revise the pro-spent more than was coming in and gram.'’  compared the state appropriation!--  bill just pas . I With that of the year . .nn.ny PCftlVK 1913. He touched vigorously ’ n  LiDlVixIt I IxLLLlr Lu importance of the farm loan situation with regard to the recovery of the ^late from the present financial stringency  th - lf Hitchcock undine and ! r«*ught se his winter’s play thrilled and enter fur sec f "a1 w e* ks birling brilliant and accurate ing with hard riding.  Th*' line-up:  ■t  Et at*  • a r ed  com*  th Atli  »n.  a lier.  C  NUMBER NEW BOOKS  Red. <9 I  Convene (I) Butler (2) Hitchcoi k (6) McCormick  Bitte* (3 I  Coonley (2) Bostwick Knox (I) Eaton  ley, k. oil', i arwati r. Hath.  'inirency.  Mc pointed out that the Southern; The following books have been re-farmer must employ machine meth- eently received in the Library and oda or lose out in competition with are now ready for circulation:  the Texas farmer whose methods are up to dale. Marginal buy inc of stock-- came in for a “'.up from Mr. Harrison an,I he deplored the judgement that allow etf clear-thinking pee-pl* to attempt the stock gamble.  -Macauley.  Continued on prge eight  Bretz Leaves City  For Philadelphia  Charles Bretz, left Aiken Sunday by motor for Philadelphia whe-e he will further his n '.mcai Btu lies.  Long d Itgure in th« muxic.-il circles of Aiken, Mr. Bret* will be re membered for his willingness to ping for the various organisations ol the city. He was ori *inx Pennsylvania and came to Aiken from Orlando, Fla. While in Aiken he wa# employed bv J architect  •The Cobweb”—Tuttle.  "Daisy and Daphine”-  “Uhapsody”—Edwards.  "Queer Street"—Wiley.  “The Polyglots”—-Gerhardi.  “The Golden Ladder"—Hughe-“You Too"—Burlingame.  “An Old Fashioned Girl"—Ab tt "Girk of the Bible"—Kn\d<c. “Boys of the Bible’’—Snyder. "The Adventures of a Brow ni<-‘ Muloch.  "The King of the < 16?Men Hive! Ruskin.  "The Nurnberg St<»\    R:u- v.  "The Borgia Cabinet’’ Fie*cher, j "Rivers of the Wind"- Thane "Escape"— Nitti.  “The Lacquer Lady" - L-sc.  "Th* Silent Drum"—Griffith. “The Pathway”— Williamson.  A lied tiam that played -onu- fast polo at timer defeated a’ Blue quartet Thursday afternoon on Ii arri man field, 10-8, with the members of the South Carolina and Georgia banking group# looking on ss guests.  Mid-summer temperature slowed up the players and rave th* sp* tater# something to think about beode# the game, which was never brilliant ut its best.  (’up# were present*  Burton.  The bld iii'  :   Red Burton Host  1  irk Massier MT ir nick  "Wings of Honker” "Exile"—Deeping. "The Laslett Affatr"-H Johnson, tlcman in a Duster.  "Five Little .Stars on Ray.  “ Mammo*'" — W ren. "AU Our Yesterdays “Down In * he k ul’e "Long 11 lint"-— Ibis d.  M :re in  -Bv a G> n-  a Ran TT  Lh*. Thomas Brooks, formerly annodated with Dr. L. D. Boone in Aiken, reached the city last Tuesday  night and expect* to be her** for    ____  several day#. ID* has been on the  surgical staff a* the veteran hospital (Graniteville Youth  in Portland, Or**.  Tomiiaon  Free ma n  to, Mis. Frat k  flue 'I.-! bai Ila '  Mi l I 'UL K nox  Mrs. Seymour Kn *x presented CU;' a Red team Saturday rn .ming a' ter a round robin match on AV hitn* ft, Sd. The Red team lost a game t the Yellows but made the most g .a1 d fir. ■ the match. Th ■ Yell >w# b a iii.th the Reds and Blue# 4-2 and Red* downed the Blue# 7-0.  Line-ups:  Red# Ha'der, McDougall, Ta I Post and Grace.  Yellows —Zeigler, Bostwick, < ast Laidlaw and Knox.  Blues--Burton, Coonley, M ai and T .nvi rse.  I in? foil (Wing hi ■ fat tho first week (ii >rge Y'tl hoi a  E igel v ' . k it <  Arthur S. Glove)  Tillman t ook, VV IL Poole, Pi i Ii, B. Grice, Lh I', ii. Ramsey, -I Butler Beard, C Will Bur khalti"  George C. Cunt* r, Seiveni.  J. I) QuatUebaum, Aiken No, fi, Smith Kennett, Warrenville.  K.    Clamp, Salley.  IL G. Bunch, N rth Augusta.  NL S. Banks, North Augusta.  J. L. Asbill, Clearwater,  Walter Jay, Graniteville.  R, 0. Quattlibau n, Waco n* r.  J.    IL    Weeks, J a    son.  J.    P.    Turner, \    i    icIum-.  E. IL Stalling-, Jackson.  Odell Moody, Langley.  V. S. HuLslein, K Igc Spring I). J. Sander#. II c Spring I!    K.    M lea La*    lei.  a    O.    J (Cm. i?    d    'n Spring.  W    Bush, FII* mon.  i J.  !> oxx, 'Nin ‘ Augus' a.  1 1  arid ; Siu-aley, Wagi lier.  \\ .I Sin kl ll, N irth Augusta T K. Car|H*nter, Sr. Granitevilb W B. Johnson, Salley.  IL L Scott. Ridge Spring c ( . F. Hatntri .nd, Hath" <  I. Ii. IS■ vIe, Ridge Spring \\ C. Fulmer, Bulge Spring  t  rn mi  ait *  \\ ill in rn i director, , f th** campi ! liar!\ the rn both in the pr* school# of the that peak cr# f make ta I kl A ken anc  inn  ■ Ii  hat tho avenue late th;  ii? ti cr on had placed rh fa re call* council to a I uh Easy  ■ f j  Hi thin d the pui .* n and st I »"■ et!  »• ally for pub!;  of Aiken ie i •sty. Ile *U'/gi fro.ii ll.v ( .vie , i  at the colored school that ministers touch the coming clean-up week in tiler Sunday messages. Ibof. W Jay M Carity will t»e asked to co-operate at th* Institute.  Another Meeting Another meeting will lie held if Dr. Bodle’# odic# within a few da\ to work out the details of the can | paign and the following person# w l’ ; a!ten*! Mr (’ J. Hill, (J. IL Hailer 'int*, B. I K the re lg<, and Henry Holley.  'I I ■ hi* a'tending * e iii* ! ng M ii day lifternoi n ?,■.    ^|    <    J    ii  Mrs \ VV Oakley, Dr. it ic.','., it. T. DV h, .Ii.' V F. Ether dge, ii (I \ lei' pert Taylot, I rank H. Ii. e i*  Ii Hall ntine, Dr. William G . •! I Mi ('alhet ne llan_/  MISS HARPER IS HEAD OF BETTER HOMES CAMPAIGN  VV  Loon J..j 1 of th* Clean-up ,-ek committee council donated $25 for the erection of a bin for tin i.an# ( .die. table by children and for paint rn: of a suitable sign for bin.  ; in*  • he  Riper’ T til* 1   March follow#: Balance Mn reb I Receipts  cst\ treasurer for  $46,635.57  16.413.65  DRIVE IN SOUTH CAROLINA UNDER HER SUPERVISION MOVEMENT COINCIDES WITH Do b ii - me AIKEN’S CLEAN-UP WEEK.  $62,949.22  24.218.59  M  ll I! ii  Mi## Bi-ssu Harper, state efiair o on of Hitter 11 oiiie# in Si.-itn < art) ii?.a, urgi every community and  • iv* n in ' he state lo *......  •. * move r.eut by drab r ut ! < lean I p W vie l^agi* i#  - Harpe] ll'  Balance on hand April I $38,730.63 Report of com mission of public work# for March was;  Balance March I  . rate ac Ai  R* ct ipU-  $6,220.68  12.178.68  ,t,h Mu V .ken'  $7,199,26  6,808.93  rut;  $ ,’P.iU 33  Kl,  H. H. SHiflet Will Not Return To Lang.-Bath  M # all rh i April # igge**t pri ne ip ii (ivcni  Wilshire Leaves For Virginia Coach Trip  :i mom  chold  COTTA(iES LEASED FOR NEX T SEASON  Work in V«I Ie y Cummrndrd by J. . Hope, S t« t e Suferinten dent Education No Plant »» let.  r.  Hurts Arm Friday  Drama And Spelling Contest On May 14th  arenite makes hole  IN ONE  Wilbur Driver. Aikenite, joined the golfing clit* Thursday when hi# drive fell into the cup on th* 14th hole at the Augusta 4‘-•:t* ! *'> flub The ll'; yard drive i* •• Hoarily a par 3 hfiw Hi* partner wa* J C. R ley. of Auguata  F.arl Carpenter, Gramtec rile youth, tx reported a doing nicely at the V? ken countv hospital, where he was taken Frida . aft*mo in after having hi# arm mangled in a wheel at the Gregg Dyeing plant. It is oxpecte I that hi* arni will be tsaved.  Luckiy there wa* a witness to the accident and a# soon as the 19-year old boy caught Hts arm in th* wheel this witness stopped the machinery at once and prevented him being thrown into a boiling dye vat.  A conte#! will be Reid ut the C airt House on Wedne# lay r.  May 14th to #"lert a contestant fron this county to compete for the state prix** in the State Drama and Spell ing content which will be held J* Winthrop College on June 16th and 17th. Three prizes of $26, $16 and' $19 will be § worded winners in the Grammar Grade Spelling  Mr. and Mr#. Edmund R. I weedy, of New York, ha..* leased th** Dar-dui cottage T i' next Benson, leu.#*? bd' ii made till "Ugh Dux id Wei# ber.'. Agent.  Mr. Richard ii ave, of New \ o k has leased for next catom ti:* Archer cottage n Y *,rk treot, !< a > being inait.' t’.iough I* I ire nee M. Land, Agent.  Walter B. Eaton, of * ave been occupying ■rage on South b-a-ed it again for i :l#*' to ng made i.iird’s, Inc.  Mis. Loin# K Laflin, of Lake hor-e-t. 111., ha# I a-'“I fr .rn Mr. VV alter Plunkett his c “age for next sea son, lease being made through Florence M. laird, Agent,  Prof. H. Ii Shiflet, for a member T tin* faculty >1 mon : academy and fm foul  ,f  i n <  gh  i that time principal •bool. who ha-- beer  Iii  On  Rich-y ear# Blythe  tper in ", pub kill n t  e- lim  Shin- ■  ll with  nu* ii or Hoi a cont iibi ar y  [depa I  d mitt; nox el',  and  ■ gi\«*  . i t  Th* I  • he  (hat  ii  iii al empr.uf <  .. j [    :    i    *t    V r i * *.  •xemplify best  . Mar I'd ' ' a lung <I< j,a; * Mien:  en Murk a- I ' la'  : hat  • wn p  the  •xhibiu  r show .ii: st rat.  va indows g their  rue  hoi  mn  Mr. and Mi v* York, who ".Maryland”  1  boundary haw next eason, through Du rim -   ,1 Di  Mi  ii mea nu i to the  V e 111* I  11 a?  ndent of the Langley Bu -chools T r the pa t year,  ■ ut • to that poulti rn next earning ".a* Prof • again I- i i* "tit ng ley-Bath system, si numb*:  .for# expreMed their r* grot s E L. I tennis, member of t he I,, j,,d of education of V #• n co r:y d* clated that I e i M’ C- ed he n  k -• a 1  Mr. Shiflet’s fa lur* to >•  . y , , , . * ‘ lt . -y .terr, arri - tat."I !hat *h<  ,ij  undf.2 hi ipt’i vision 'Vet <•  •yin w,e bt :    condition    they have  i cer h< *  J ii Hope, Gate 'hoo! upei *i,:.    n*.    commended    Prof    ’    G.-‘  program highly and stated that thi splendid work done in the minus de sut-h a# to aid the yreat majority of Hull, who partmenU wa# mfonsible foT high familiee  JoK-ph  l .'* I hire left Aiken Sunday f,.r Danville, Va , from which point he will go to Ms Idleburg, V a., :n hi# rott h, expecting to make th* trip in «IX da;, k.  Mr. ami Mi.#. Wii hire [dan 1« go their home in Greenwich,  (  ooh., by tram  The coach was especially built for Mr. Wilshire in England and Ha-been a source of interest ll Aiken  " Af" \     -  is the trumpeteer w  at  back and blow  lr tlections  vc ii i de and it been glVt ti by M knovs n coachman  four  rides on the intersection*. J riving of th* r«e team has ll wdett, well*  ",m 'hat * hey can n while with The entire i nip tov <‘ni< of  f uni!!i<  and  ."n  t bins  luals h  th el *mp  Hah  i.  that ar* wdhin rt aer f lev* and mode-.! in cornea, und the demonstration' ani program# accompanying them ar*  t in eng 1      Mf.    and    Mrs.    John    ------ ,—    ,    .  context; have been occupying the Sweeney attendance and fine record! made  oriT^ scion! CCU,. (O' lh'  .....Oft n—*.»    Crof Shin*. Mw* lo* *  ^lli« c'nl'T    for th.,, hnni, in Buffalo. N Y.    h»»    no,    jot    h„n    .n..unc«l.  The I oral camjiaign cuiminau*# in rmtronal Better Home* Week, which will be from April 27th to May 3rd  d their d may  airs.*'. IL  , , a required from •hi e receiving jmnaions.  Under the new law one an-n tai [sayment is made instead of bi annually »' formerly, with veterans getting $240. widow# under 55 getting $125, and those over 55 receiving $160.   

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