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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - April 30, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                NEW ALSO CHOSEK Pirwtors MeUan to wotk with Dr E G Taxifuit Henry awf loir Thit troop win Mfect man at a organisation ttteha Herman H Hahn president during made a of fare the Journal and Reviews Y APRIL 30 1930 8 PAGES t Aiken Boy Club Work For Good of by The following letter by C Gowan front Jan Lewis bpya club relative to conaiBf club work It now looka M if your twroH OMBt hwi tiM MM mark M your tattvr at Cowrt MoMhar May mid of April 19 Judftar f ran UM nurall ctato yon tkU from 10 to 64 I jtote that and haa already hafTniae TKat club evidently will make a rec ord for itself this Your letters to and always to point and lend encouragement to the 4H work are EnrollMeetings well and briefly the work You are to be commended for these during hit administration He pointed owt that fbuuwial drives had club standings so far this year heavy in vertmente of the community in the Hotel was financ ed just before he took office Ernest L Allen made a detailed report of the expenditures during the iUcal year March 15 1929Mareh 15 ment 16 Eureka 20 Jackson 17 24 04 Merry Oaks 1930 Hit rtport showed that a baM New Holland 22 ance of was on hand March TalathaHawthorne 40 15 1929 that receipts during the fiscal year were and disburse this year have been leaving a of OB Mr Allen stressed the fact that the expenditures of the Aiken cham ber of commerce were the lowest in the state and that the work involved was increasing rapidly suggested that more sought in or der to make expansion of the com merce work financially possible He recommended smaller booklets for the chamber of commerce than those In use at Calling at tention to the two conventions held here this Daughters and the bankers meeting he told hin audience that a U D C convention in together with meeting of the Federal Route 1 membership Held 2 0 2 9 2 2 2 BUDGETS SOON FOR SCHOOLS IN COUNTY PROVIDED BY LEGISLATURE BE HELD AT COOT Offiwn Wffl he QMMB cod the Predicted Democratic party of Aikw county will In 5tk coMdnet wt orvaonatlon to Uw primary election thii convtntion irittbt oriter promptly 1Z county dMtrmaa D W GMtoa MctvUry tht ol the roll adopted temporary organization will perfected Officers will to the State well elected and delegates convention chosen county as cpmmtttectrian Will Furaith ment State 4 There aresno particular questions to come before the convention but nodoubt the matter of What will we do with the Hoovcrcrats will be considered The convention will be composed of 287 delegates There are Vio factions in the county this year and the con vention should be a harmonious gathering Aiken county is entitled to eight delegates to the State convention These will be elected by ballot and will take the greatest part of the time the convention is in session following is thereorganization of the county clubs and delegates to i the convention so far reported to the secretary Alkeii Ceatml Club M Smoak Vice L Alien Ashhurst Exoculivc T Mathis R A G Prtrtfrni P P M DuBott J R DtiBose J R G B Cato D C Cato W B As bill L Couch ASPARAGUS GROWN is getting larger and Jarger an 4 i P state Kor has produced a bunch containing only eight stalky This recordbreaker was on display jn Halls Pharmacy Tuesday It weighs pounds two ounces two ounces more than the required weight for a bunch and the Stalks are shorter than theten inches of standard bunches hav ing been cut off by Mr Watson He says that farm at Ridfre Springs turns out many nine and bunches California claims a record for having grown a ninestalk bunch but Mr Watsons the Cali fornia variety in the shade Kiwanis Reorgahi And Elect Prize Qiven Kitchtngs For Coca Cola Sales Vice G Feaster Executive D Kcnney L Couch W A Giles C D Kenney F G Feaster J R Rearden J P Howard J E i Parker B P Wim 3 L Martin J K Kneeee Alton Bryant K D Smith W A Sorter A E Ynun Arthur Lowe G F L TJmmermiin Arthur Wai tar Sheppard D H Turner S A Morrall Henry W L Attn way Johnnie Raberson B C Mc Cary 0 E TeBow Paul E Sloan R L Keaton W L Reardcn and P L Whittle A f 100 pize has bsen awarded Kttchings Coca Cola driver by his company in a national contest Sudlow Choien of Will Seem Next Tuettiay noou A reorganization nveetmg of the Aiken Kiwanisclub Mon day night at the Hotel Henderson and officers were elected for the coming year Franklin Kean field representative of Kiwanis Inter national was present and made principal speech of ttie evening Harry Sudlow was elected presi dent Dr B C McLean vice presi dent and C Lee Gowan secretary treasurer A H Ward was chosen as trustee and the following direc tors elected S Swint Granite ville John W K Kncece Msndel C B An derson and D M George Personal responsibility of each member for attending meetings was stressed by Mr Kean and the speak ers Kiwanis plans to have weekly AIKEN INSTITUTE MAY TO MAV 22 in which he won fifth place against I meetinKs one of the hotels with a the drivers in his class He the United States each mcetrng A definite showed the fifth mCOtinK placc be decidcd Dycbes Budgeting of the schools of Aiken county will bexin noon in order to McCarter W Frank P Reynolds J Hendenton greatest increase in his sales during December January and February in class C He has been associated with the loeni Coca Coin company for eight months within the next few days and regu lar begin Tuesday conform to an act paswd recently by A Brown S Jones Norman Cul R N Murray C M Thomn J E SUnsfleld D W Reigler the South Carolina Jft nounces K D mlendcnt of Aiken county W Powclt Timmcrman R Smith Executive R Parker W Powell G R Smith R L IToltonback B K Alfred DtlBoso J E Btown Ruben Yon A O Duncan S R k L Powell Ernest act of the legislature which I L Eubanks E L Allen B Fori1 W H C S At the next meeting of the South Carolina Bankers association nn in rplntes to the levy ant collection T Jas of certain in Aiken county nmJ Toolc A K Lorenz requires the budgeting uf the srhool SVf T Holley ClnndV K auditor shall furnish the county derson D W Gnjion board of education on or before Gaston f M Weeks G Timwcrman J M Smnnk H Will Carpcnlrr V j Tom Smith C J R Parker JJL lloj W K M K A A U Gun Snwjfr P P 0 W G N Col iMIIford Second Weeks Jurors Drawn By Commission Jurors for the second week of tho court of jrpneral sessions were drawn Thursday in tho office of the clerk of court The drawing wnx originally scheduled for the previous Monday but hud to be postponed on account of UK absence of some members of the com mission Jurors drawn were K Chnvous Hulh A L LaiiKley J B North Goorjce T McClain Jnckson J G Mnrtin Hitth W B BurckhjilUr Aucusta 1U 6 W MomMii M R Aiken IVrry H Snllty K Aikon STANSFIELD NAMED AS JUNIOR OFFICER STATE VICE COUNCILOR Dvltifalion Juniori Of Amcricn to Conrention t Women Elected vitntion will be extended for thatMay 15 of ench body to hold succeeding meeting i showing the in Aiken High hopes for this conj each school district vcntion held said Mr Allen number of poll nmi tioK Uxen asseM Open diicustion followed the sec c3 report and the importance of Federal Route 1 was stressed to jrrthcr with ineffectiyenew of itonrt money given to a socalled last year whose work could not be traced There is sn eleven mile streak of unpaved road on this route according to a report made and cannot be removed this obstacJe soon C J Hill suggested that a cannery be built in Aiken and year a statement ier H K Gylrn R L Guntor J W of 1 A Goldman r J Hill and the IJev J f Hukcin Frampton Toole T Cnwnrd B I Cullum Johnson C Johnson J B Satky Club superintendent of education shall furnish to the trustees of each dis trict an itemized statement showing the receipts and expenditures of the Itemized Statement H further thai the county I Green district to date together with any in dcbtednos the districts may be ow ing at the time As outlined in the available infor mation the superintendent of educa tion the county fcoard and the tms imphasised formulate a budget for tho that this county can produce anything il is necessary for successful canning that they hall determine the i number of mills to ie assessed fording an opportunity for Hijainst ench district and so doinp hn rsuperintentienl of educa tion shnll certify to the county audi tor i list of the districts together with tho mills necossary tv he s E Vice M D H Roeern Executive I Green M D Rrard Creorge Bamrott W J Gun nells Frank B E Brook shire Frank Chnvoup Seabe Chavoua I Green M W E Taylor A L Rusbee Jno M Anderson Kiclrt On TeUpfcone Service Severn people registered kicks on the telephone service beine render ed Aiken although the of opinion to be that the fault lies not in the incompetence of the present personnel but in inadequate equipment Aikens rnpiii telephone growth was held accountable this condition of Ohtaininga more equitnble elec tric icM rate for A ikon when tin new contract is iirneil wasurci on the chamber of comnierio an ob jective for the next year A federal court room a modern airport and adequate markinz were other city improvement out lined as needed in Belvedere Club L Haricy C Sal Prr Vice L R Montmorrnci Club ident J D 1111 M Tnylor llnrry H Woodwapl Executive Ciimrnittcemnn Weeks J M Venninc Johnson r L Millbrook No Club President A J Key Vice President it B Williams Secretary L F Siremore Executive Committccman K Cook Delegates A J Key F H Cook No T Club President Lee Vice IVesiden W Hniii Secretary T It Jones J Lnnvrlry T L McKie Aiikurtn lit 5 A G Murray Augusta K Hrynnt Augusta Rl fi J T Redd Mnntmorenci R T iL Britt Warrrnville H S Ponle Salley K n H J f Uyers Langley K K Mitchell North Auirustn M K Keenan Windsor E O Scott Vaucluse Mike fato Langley J W Couch Langley II H Raton Windsor B F Fanning SMley Klijnh 0Bannm Laiiifloy H O Taylor Aiken W P Kennedy Graniteville L W Creed Ridge Spring M H Aiken Rou Edwin Stancfteld returned from ihr state convention of the Junior Order U A M nt Union Wednesday us stnUr vicecouncilor after he nosed out George linwn of Mullins in the elections held nt the meeting This elevation to the vicecouncilomhip almoM Automatical ly makes Sim ataie councilor for the year after thin I Strong Dttlegfttion t A Mrting delegation went rum this county Including ladies who jwriit i the annual of the of Arnerira held with thai the Sixly ludics mill Jiliout men wrri in iittmdanrr til vn Joint eop mid th hospitality afforded he viiituu delccntfa wan iinitiirpnvr ed they ay thn recular and iive enteitiinment wns provided by jie townspeople in the form of n trip over ie city free nl ail fountains and an enter tainmentat the hijh pehool At the iwhool two entertainers from liuffn lo presented a nincinK net and the Inion high srhool band played The following of the Daughters of America in Aiken County were elected to in the State Council for I he coming year Katr 1YnMrr ilath state as sociate vice Mrs Mattif Rryant sntr conductor Scrnioo Will JU Jr Ar Fury W Wianslnro Church at the Aiken In stitute will begin this with baccalaureate sermon Sunday morn ing May 18 at 11 oclock at thn Aiken Theatre the sermon to W preached by the Bev William Ar thur Fairy of the church in Winrisboro Class day will gtntn Thursday May 22 at 10 oclock in in the institute auditor ium The graduating exercises will be held in the Aiken Theatre Thursday evening May 22 at oclock Officers of tnis years graduating class arc Hastings Wyman III president Lilla Kirk Thorpe vice presidentand Delia J Livingston The class motto is colors Blue and Gold flower Sweet Pea The twentyfive members of graduating class arc Joshua Edward Harsh Carl Emeneker Brown Dorothy Louiaa Brown Uriah Aubry Brown James Woodrow Buscb Carolya Carswcll Finley Carter Florence Ruth Clifford Philip Lanier Courtney Lillian Efron Mollie Mildred Efron Mildred Elise Hitc Wayne Wade Hilt Willie Mae Ilollcy Milton G Delia Juanita Livingston Annie Cronland McNtiir Beulah tbir Dorothy Edna Scott Cyril Ovicrre Shulcr Genevicvc Smith iStoncwnll Jaoksun Snipes Lilla Kirk Thorpe Willism Edwin Toolr llanlinij Wyman 111 K Furti Hurry W i f k K U Mrs late Aiken Special Summer Rates At H P Golf Course The of the Real and Fidelity Co have had an unus ually lame number of requests to Urn lite linkof Ihr Tliifhlaml Park opift dtirine She ummer unil lo make n rale After thf matter the have fixed the fees at the Inw rat of for thr B Mny and Her I nth Eleven holm on the will he iiud for the summrr piny and no doulit many people will take of this to play golf Iroplr from neiehhorinit towns have askrd for the privilege of piny ing Kolf in Aiken this summer they are invited to take advantage of thrso summer rates CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICE Aikrn to of Shs cert in jority and criven to or Not To H iiso r unlawful approved by a s f nrh e rounty 1 Exceed Budget vidfl that it n J n i1 i Bonded Indebtedness For Schools In County Totaled by Treasurer Balance of now Outstanding Against the School Districts of A Science Service is held Sunrlay morning at 11 in the Dihble Memorial Li Sunday school at I ihe Sermon i Sinay Ilin The in P HOTEL LEASE TRMINATED TUES in the however ferewith tli the district Aiken with Interest Charges Amounting to Per Day Bath District Leads With Outstanding La ngJey RETIRES finipnny in Condi tion and Dividend of Iixr Prr lv Co HOME BURNS COMPLETELY Closing Program Eureka Eleanor Cushmnn In Lander Piano Recital The home of J A of tho Mofty was birn eJ Saturday morninsr Xo one wn injured in me A complete i resulted Graded school will a sermon hv i M j1 Col Aiken Club Women Go To Orangebarg irf 1 W M Smv H k Mrs A W ihf KrmnV iff t B W   

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