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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - May 7, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                wk tiMta ot tiw tnw bW u by plaintifft Pnteta Mid tract orf 9Mdtf KowwiioU number of taU for TW itotkrwinr tin Muter Land Buk of n E ip Gtd djr Swap towiutrfp Sold to the pkistlff for of Idith H administratrix 144 mem Shaw township Sold to of Cohimbii for f Bank Metropolitan Life Iiui The ot America 50 tat nNMdt urty held W naxfat and thia ton will IM naad for tfaair wvlf an An nnosuaUy eraW the affair wnfeh latUd oclockantll oclock Md UM A for UM WM awanUd to Mra wtto ftnt tM Mn honor and draw A Beauty Con on Harris won a 5n the sakewalk while aW attendance prise went to Urt A P considered were only7 Ladies on the committee in wrwMVWM I a Homer M Thrailkill 340 meres Wifg Mra 800 Sold for D K Gantt vs Isaiah D Durham et ara Woodward Weeks Mrs Effie Taylor Mrs Sallie Cushman Mrs Maude Woodward MRS JOHN WILLIAMS Lands bought former owncm township and purchase price involv puirhsiws were Mrs G Vf Thurmond SchulU NOvJ8l CAatc 117 t2 and 300 acres repectively and Mre EuWie Sold to plaintiff for Mra Mattie R May vs Whitficld lot in Aiken on Checterfield street Sold to plaintiff for Judge Wnbb cold the following Bodie administrator Mrs grille Bodie et 101 12 acres Sold to Ollie Bodie for Twentyfour of land rang jnf from small lota up were purchas ed from the sheriff Monday morning by the Southeastern Airways as the outstanding of Jthe reirular monthly sales day company bought all but two of the properties offered and sereral different town were represented in the JUDGE H P MICE PRESIDING Talu att Jtt Moaday vorninc for a weeks session with Hayw F Wee BTMtdint A heavy docket coort mnrder and iwr hsadint the listof major erioiM arnd tbt uimil prohibition violations gnuU jury returned ts true bills and two no bills before it finish work Pleaa of jriulty were the order of the day yesterday which was thefirst day on court took up cases work cxf the grand jury Jhi followingpleas of guilty were Mard sentences TTn ess otherwise stated the men arc white Violation prohibition law Less Ab ney six months Leon John Tindale and Coley Garvin eight months prnest Willie Wamtn Cooiiefl 199 Junior O IT A 9t Waurenvflle were Satardar right at a flsh chow wWeh degrees conferred on tWHityaeven candidates by team of Au chowder at 7 ocSoc in Junior hall ami work Over 0 and guiiiu were from all partf of A Ike n county and Augusta CuUiun To SpcJt At Memorial ami Butt an mf WHIU C MCCCMtf Ul ell One of up campaigns in Aikens hlrtory came to a Saturday with tin cans and other mosquito brought to bin in front ot the Alken by children of the city Free were each child Jby J H Welburn manager of the theatre for bringing in these of capital prizes rivalry and interest WM children vieingwibh each other to tec which one could collect the jreateat number Dr Qhffotd C Jeft Atkin Tuesday for ias bought the LaGrange Optical company and will begin work IB that city Mrs Johnson and their llttk daughter will follow him noon Dr Johnson has had the LaGrange offer under consideration for some time and Anally accepted He been engaged in optical work in the Dr W A Whitlock has bought the of Dr Johnson His frifoxh and acquaint ances wish Dr Johnson all in new home JOHN WILUAMft feHDOMftPtv BODIE GOES TO MEDICAL CONVENTION Dr William G L Bodie county be the principal jof the oc casion Friday exercisei to he heJdHi the andi Aiiteu Confederate veterans their wives j nru urged to liPiprewint especially and the entire public is cordially in vited to attend After the exercises will be served to veterans and their wives There yerc a number of oTiifdren Jef t yesterday f or ibatcJIicinocrfilc bringing in large numbem of cans and deserving honorable mention the cnpltnl The winners of as fuiiuws Hough llalL four months by the Edward Croft ihaptcr of the and DISTRICT CONVENTION HERE Will k Spring Mn SlwftaM Beard housebrcaking and United Daughters of the Confcdcr larceny six months I acy J W Willard larceny two years j in the aftcrnon flowers Hubert Hallraan hounebreukng wreathes will be placed upon U and larceny nol prossed dead vctcranli J H Mathis colored manslaughter three years Dudley Cushman and John Lan ders houscbrenknic and larceny six Clyde Win Clyde Barnhill 1st prize cans a season ticket to Uw Aiken Theatre Florence where he wili represent the of Aikcn county at thi three tiny convention oLSkv Soiitti association Boone was expected to attend as a state executive committceman but unexpected business prevented his and harmony prevailed MonV Aiken county Demo cratic convention met in the court William for the StaUt sentativca ahrt tt Jatsjon of Wagener for The oittd machinery ran through UM ganiaation work without Mtdi any miffM be brought up were toon dto pelled as man after man was choMb for an office by acclamation All officersof the county conven tion nnd delegates to coming elected unanimobsly and nearert approach to a jarring note came a to endorse the MISS BAILEYS SCHEDULE months each j Schedule of Miss BJIialKth Bailey Russell Abclc biifnmy two years home dcmonBtration for week Ossic Black colored larceny four Mny 5Ui Mrs John F Williams was elected ycmrs colored larj Hollami lH Club vice dirtrict director the Edis ccny no1 Martin rol Ncw Holland home demonstration orcd larceny three years These to district of the Sooth Carolina Daughters of the Confederacy mgt in the First Baptist church of Aiken Saturday Mrs J Sumter JUiamc j of Charleston was chosen as director by 150 were the nwroes who were caught for pursesfrtmrwintcr res Lacrca 1126 nt Garvin No 50 211 itriet months atro BIIU 4H Club Mo home deffleimirritioti and field U club 4H Mnclvcr Williamson 2nd prize j Between GOO and 500 doctors will cans in cash donated attendance and an invitation by the Civic Lcnjrue Ivrill be extended the body to hold Sammie 3rd prize cans j next years meetinir inAiken Last in cash j years sessions were held in Charles A B Kitchens 4th ton prize 885 cans in cash j Freddie Fontaine special prize A weeks frrc pass to the theslre d inated by Mr Wilborne for the JErrcatest number of ranis broujrht in by thc pmaHest boy Are Cleaned i In to tjjc cullvctinc of j canx Dr Wm G Dodio nnd R W Taylor city sanitary inspector ntjilc j that work nlno accomplish1 od tla luirhnut Use oily in PLIMETT SCHOOL HNISHES FRIDAY PICNIC AT SCHOOL BUILDING Total for Yenr Attendance Browne of Ailien Principal s hack nmf A by i riunkelt school cloMd Friday after flnishinic Wcdn candidacy of John F Williams for the national house of and one manobjected He TV over whelmingly voted down D W Garfton of the county Democratic party opened the tion by calling on Rev J G Hoff Rin for n nrnycr The roll was then culled by A K Lorcnx county rrtiirj nnd substitutes made for delegates not present The entire delegation from Belvedere ab sent thc roll call showed Wm M Smonk was made tempor ary president of the convention and A K Lorenz secretary and a few nihiutcn later both men were made permanent in their offlccn by accla mation Keynote Mr Smoak made the keynoU speech the convention and told his that Uuv wore rathored to to renew their allegiance to Democratic partv and sent from different MnrUn and WiUlam John j robbery and larceny T Sihcrton 135 acres Williumi and Lee Key Sleepy Hollow 43 acres Samuel Williams Hammond 4 lots fl6 George Twlinrs Hammond 21 G acres McDonald jind Oppcr Hnmmond 40 acrea F H Opper Hammond 14 ncreS Martha Rhodes Hammond 0 f li B A Windsor acrw Gordon Bell Windsor 115 acres Wafftncr Real Estate and Guaran company Silrerton 123 W B Howard Silrerton 200 acrea GW Willte Carrin GjHMy 48 W7 B Giddy Swamp 524 acres t Farmers Loan Gi3dy Swamp 1 lot Isaiah Steadman Giddy Swamp 50 acres 39 Estate WOHs Millbrook 3 acres Estate Kate Marion Millbrook 33 acres Wajrener Real Estate and Guar anty Aikcn 100 acres Estate Georjre Oakmnn Millbrook 10 acres S G Pafrc Aiken 100 acres Lee Courtney Aikrli 214 11 Land sold to other partie D R Rouse Aikcn 1 lot sold to D Tom Corley land Nn Sii SO acres bousrht by t L A Chevrolet truck seized ly the sheriff was offered for to Leroy Galloway of Langlev It a model six cylinder Mrs Williams also welcomed the convention to Aiken and a response was made by Mary Toppen heim of Charleston The chiel address was made by Mrs J Frost Walker of Union irtntc president who stressed the five points in thc star of service Other ad dresses were also made by Mrs j Stubbs of Sumter state treasurer j and Mrs Peter Bronson of Oranjce burE chairman of education It was decided to erect a marker on Uic site of the battle of Honey Hill in Jasper county and a com mittee appointed to report on the cost and location at the state convention Miss Marian Salley of Orancebunr state historian urjred the continua tion of thc historical work and Black of Johnston pant state prwidcnt presented the constitution anid bylaws aikinR that fol lowed to thc letter and in all U D C work Education was emphasized and the continuation of the donation of was urjred All Chap ters were also unrwi complete murder Matthew M Morirnn assault nnd intent to kill John Walker assault nnd battery ivith intent to kill Hubert Holmnn and Brnadug Bcartl housebreakinK and larceny j Dudley Cushman and John San ders houscbrcakinjr and larceny A Jaint Dr of the health department nisht at tho A Uiivt the nemocrnttr party direct for the family collcctinK and destroy j picnic at thr scliool Grand Jury Made Yesterday inir thisrentewt nmount of debris on building premiws worthy llnbj of Alfcrii 2 krtlorod the second prize nf primir wns wnn 1 L is tn KolKnvinir is tlir hriimr fnr the f the Aikcn year J Bennett George Willinms Butler Norman Newton and larceny Dan L Harris and Ray bough larceny Gary Gordon murder Thhealth othint j hank Mr Wilbornr Will be Emuloyrd la Audit Book Theatre the Civic Leairur City Kirs Knliner Wnrd of Counljr Drpartmentt I Council Charrrbcr of and law Kiiimr Surah Kulmir Marvin all iithcr nurmbers f the Kranklln Albert Kunderhure Georir Nothinu startling was mentioned in who pirn 1ijnr 1ifxT Krlir the of the grand jury Ejai sessions now j nrt fsf gfi in here handril fn yt land chiefly stated The presentment J Hill Miss Rebecca Wise morning Herman Hnhn Mrs C A during the fattrpnicn Uianks are tcndcrciigMrs lic Curtis Story Piper Sal Sccond Piper Ruth Day Kuth that an auditor jfcTS Frazitr nnH otbj r Third Holsonbnke WnUon Watis Luke be secured to audit the various jers making talks inspectinR premiiOdell RodfTcrs Wilson Fttlmrr ramas and county offlcca es and otherwise assisting with do Fouth Lou Fi Thomas and Bettis Howard violation prohibition law Isaiah houacbrcaklnj and larceny Bettis HamptoTi murder Ossie Black and Wm Johnson Jarceny Rosa Johnson murder J W Willard and Roy Phillips larceny Russell Able biiramy Geo L King and L C Jones lar ceny and robbery Willie Lamb violation prohibition The presentment in full reads tails of advertising the campaign To the Honorable H F Rice We the Grand Jurors for Aikcn Connty South Carolina wish to sub mit the following presentment We have passed upon all hills which have been handed us by Soli and in the awarding of the prizes LOT SOLD Mrs Mattie S Gyles has sold to Fundcr burc Sallie Piper Gertrude Hazel Stewart Fifth Fulmer Edith Raborn Sarah Day Sixth Piper Blanche Day Myr Sheir old registration and ail havx papers accurate The movement to match thc given by the Georgia U D to mark the Jefferson Davis Memorial bridge over the Savannah river was endorsed while a resolution was j passed commending the work of Mrs H E Gyles of Aiken chairman of j the Jefferson Davis highway memo rials law Tcss Abncy violation prohibition law Hall violation prohibition citor B D Carter and in so doing Mrs Bcssi C a lot 75xl50illc stowart John Piper Chester Rod have our best judgment I fert on block of An auditing committee appointed to secure the senices of j a certified public accountant to audit j thc various offices of the county and has been I avenuc mttlic through Faiuaic W IUR Kstatp Bro tbis committee will matter at once look into this Brown Anilee wn j Ninth Rodgers jThelma Rodpers I Perfect Fill fur everything enjoyed by tbrmr A rrrolntinn offered cxtcirtinif sympBthy of the convention to itr K K TluckinK KMrnioM B in founty Willtumft For Congr fnllnwod tat Johry F Willinniji had deciled to run for the tnited Statrs house of represcn Ijilivis iind it wns moved that the rnuiiSy convention endorM his candidacy After hearing one objection several mrn heartily en dorprl eandidacy and David Polier predicted that Mr Williamt would one day be railed for a high national office His a legis lator and public servant was lauded by several and he was over whelmingly endorsed when the mo tion was brouirht to a vote D W durton elected to succeed himself aa chairman of the party as was W O Johnson when an executive committeeman was se lected Col Delegate Col Clfiude E Sawyer nomi nated as une of the eight delegates allWii county in the coming stair mil vent in and thc rules of the CHILDRENS DAY AT r PRFSRYTFBIAN rni inru Fulnwr Erlim Pi PIT j worp 50t in ordcr that I The courtesy extended to U while PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Ruth pipcj Sjdlic pippr John by in session by Judce H F Rice So iFJitb Raborn Gusm J Sunflny an appropriate jor Chester licitor B D Carter Clerk of Court Thomas T Cushmnn Sheriff J P l Howard and the entire personnel of mon by Dr Chas Chapin preach Margaret Piper ed to the children if the Sunday Total rittrrnianco for hv Average at tendance fiO I Burl Willie Lamb assault am battery Eddie Auston assault and battery Jeff Boyd violation prohibition Urt hns hpcn apprc sohon and music was furnished by w to them we wish to extend the wit sprcinl jour thanks i music R jnnjnn s Rountroe i A solo by Miv Bertie Wymnn nnl Continued on Page Four Foreman Serrotjiry violin olo by MaMrr h Ma fi Mrs Mngee at the Next Meetini In Springfield The invitation of Springfield pre entcd by Mrs Mike Glcaton tf hold the next meeting there was cepted by the conference i During tibe course of the meeting the members of the local narnnrd K S Bee camp of the Confederate were introduced and much applause PIANO RECITAL FOR ST ANGELA MAY 14 Piano Recital will be given al Angela Academy Wednesday evening Mav 14th at oclock received by Nancv Miss Mary i Ann Steadmnn Thf ladies have studied MISS HARPER TO WINTHROP Miss Reswic Harper went to fchrop yesterday to attend the reir ulnr monthly conferenre exten sion workers The latter part the week will K rurrt Sv Matthews and Ornnfrehurir Among prominent women present were Mrs St John Allison Lawton the nrt scholastic year of Charleston a past presidontgen and have gone one step hipheV in the eral Mrs Tennessee Thomas scale of the fine Arts and the mingled Beaufort state recorder of crow who made a report Miss Payne bur of Johnston state recording secre ic f ary After the meeting the delegates ee driven about Aiken making a to the of Sheffield COTTAGE LEASED i A resolution o by Mm symphony of color and hade into harmony of sound eernal harmony he works of hands nre great prerep to n harmony TIIS i niriterial rt if Clves to the other art musir the of everv thanks was musir hn life nni nr souls for at Mn Edward B McLesn of Nicholson chairman rtf the commit a few from D who is now occupying tee local Croft chapMid cares that it th Houw on Hayrse for and of onr to this icavd i Bftptltt in Ijie Thf frwnds for season Ultwjfh bcinjf heH to ihj cHy j Merry ure Co iof Aiken for the Durhan To Membership Drive Ihr nf will mi I u F in il ind ficrrs i i I th I nnt ihrsr x wilt hv r fit JOHN F WILLIAMS FOR CONGRESS AIKENS SENATOR hy thr County in its Nftrtn The motion for sclcc lr statel that hi served his tate and country in war nni peace and the con 1 unanimously chose him as a K ht men were nominated for the Tfviaining yivrn roprsontitivt stale convention M F Hush withdrew hi a re by My as T K K T Craig John II K Parker K B V 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