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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - May 28, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina COWTYCAWUGN UM of the Party which met at on went on aa to a long t outcampaign thii summtr and only reduced number of i bat thortned the III the campaign of 1028s the can were sent to seventeen meet all ttver the this yeevr only eight will be held The fflGHWAY AWARDS U The of Bnptut church will on Sun day June lit Mvrath of of O K TeBow djMCial procranu fating for both the morning and MrvtaM At morning of the eon will UUu on UM dif phaaM of work accom by TeBow during Bin fat evening Toqr Senior Special muifc u being ranged for theae meetings and the celebration ii being looked forward to with pleasure not only by the mem brrg of the congregation but by A Faverf fer I Aibra U S NO Ti TO BK PAVfcD U U S MuMC St Urftfel Di wltereai in 1928 it o 18th Chairman D W Gaston called the meeting to order and twentyfour executive committeemen answered to their names The Fork club which has never organized was authorized to hold a meeting at once and to elect a member of the Exe cutive Committee The matter of campaign meetings was discussed at length E 3 Craig of Warrenville expressed an opin ion that it not right to have as many usual as neither the people or the candidates were in favor of a long campaign M F Bush of Ellenton expressed similar views A motion was offered that the number of and that a committee of five with secretary be authorized to ar range these meetings The chairman appointed the following committee Dr J I Green of Bath M F Bush of Ellenton O L Weeks of White Pand H S Poole of Sallcy E J Crnig of Warrenville Mr TeBow has accomplished The Baptist church of Granite villc was founded in 1847 and dur ing its existence has erected three buildings They are now completing a handsome structure the equal of any church in the state for a town the size of Granrtevillc at a cost of Half of this amount has been raised since Mr TeBow has been pastor When he went to Graniteville in 1923 there was a membership of 486 but the church has grown steadily under his leadership and now boasts of a membership of 675 During his pastorate the sum of has been raised for current and Mr TeBow is a native of Alabama graduating from the Normal scTiool of that state and also received a degree in Education at the University of Alabama He also graduated from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary He went to Granitevillo from Ln Follcttc in 1923 He has been highway commiialon of Soutif Carolina gone a step fur ther in ito f program with the designation of other to be Included aaying which will hard surfaced and which surface treated At the contract letting held in Co lumbia week a number of roads made thatwill be of great benefit toAt A stretch 17 Edgeneld county on U S highway No 25 will give a paved road from jthis section AsEevilleT itroit 1 The balance on U S No 78 in cluding 20 miles in Aikcn county 15 miles in Bamberg and 29 miles in Orangeburg and Bamberg counties is provided for giving Aikcn a paved road to Charleston The surface treated roads provided for include the 61 miles from Sand Bar ferry to Aliendale on the Ellen ton road connecting with the states system giving virtually a paved road from this section tb Beaufort and to Savannah also to Charleston via this jpoute A connecting link of surface trcated road will also join the state system at Barn well Work The surface treatment schedule in cludes section of Route 19 from the end of present surface treatment to the Edcehcld county line approximately G miles A sec tion of Route 28 to the Barnwcll j county line approximately 20 miles j section of Route 28 from the Aliendale County line to the Aiken County Line approximate ly 11 miles A section ofRoute The popOs of tiMfaiic clun of Saint Angeja AeaApr gave a rery pleasant to Wjjit friends as sembled in the of the Aca demy last Friday The pupils beginners to the more advaAMtt evidenced the careful traiidBC received The flaal rendered by tttt Minset Har ley Roper Melfi amiCunningham nfach and the per formert highly for their talent and The program A School Dance Harris Elves at Keeping rural dlslncts AttEN TOWNS AND TOWNSHIPS GROW SAL1LEY AND WINDSOR UNCLEY ELECTKW Tke Meet PrestariBi Copy I The population of the rural tec tionc of Aiken are being reported from time to time and the count in Chinquapin and Hopewell hare juit It is grat ifying to know that bothof these rural sections show an increase whereas in other portions of the Statepractically shows s decrease The tendency is for the towns to show an increase at the expense of the Sttilcvwltha Shepherds Goodtlon has H morc inllnljiUlltJ than it had in The town of Windsor increased Call to Durn Rosamund The Dragon Toolc Norwegian Cradle H Townsend Valse Hinson The Fairy Sum morall Wayside Melfi Duet Country Town send Margery Tpple Violin Solo Garden of Roper Piano Distant Bells at from 103 tu 1IZ1 during the 10year period Chinquapin township Aikcn coun ty including thnt part of the town M BMP President B C McLean and tbe board of of Aiken Chamber of Comnwrw to an nounce to iti and to in Ai ken that haw accepted the of fer of the Noel Frew of Charlefton and New Yortc to prepare one of iti popular TonrisU and Shopping Guides for the coming season Un der the plan devised terests will have the advantage of of Monctta in Aiken county jumped from SOli to persons There were 129 fnrms enumerated being able to make a direct Appeal to the tourists andwinter residents through their advertising in the at the same time con set forth the advantages of Ai ken There no solicitation offunds for a booklet for this sea son as under the arrangement made with the Noel Press the chamber of commerce will be able to secure an ample number of copies for distri The County Board of Bdvcatioi heard a pratevt from day afternoon ehaigiiHt tfcat election held at Lugley Bath on Tuesday May20th iraa Ir regular and aiking that the eTeetioa be declared null and1 void neuesthe Board found that election was illegal and another election Was ordered The electionwas called to elects trusCee in the place of J M Bryan BNUUANDYOffi tuwnship Aiken countv I l citizens who Were denied the right to oi 01 inm including Perry town from to There were 171 fnrms enumerated Hammond Township Aiken county tine FittPatrick Sancken year period i enumerated There were 1134 fnrmn It will be an official publication issued under the auspices and su com merce through its publicity commit The Noel Press specializes in com munity publications and resort liter ature and hns a well jseveral people whose names were not j on the club roll were allowed to vote at Bath and that at Langley a num 4ber of people who were qualified to vote were not permitted to exercise their rights Gco R Dillon of Langiey pre sented a number of affidavits from citizens who Were denied the ri vote whose names were not on the I Three Big Still club roll but otherwise qualified W W Wall manager at Bath ex plained the actions of the managers established of distribution through its oli New York and Washington offices whosp not at thnt Raul thmt 8Ome residents of that Mr Noel who is well known in Ai club to vote un jder protest ken is nn experienced publicity mnn j nnd a specialist in winter resort busij K P Henderson of Bath He wan for years Southern i testified that the election at Bath from Trenton ti ihe Aiken 1 countv U was moved and carried that the constable ai Graniteville and cotton weigher nt Wagoner be put in the primnry This carried The question of financing the cam paign this year was then discussed There are Mich few offices to be fill ed that this question is a serious one The only contests in the county this year arc for House of Represen District Commissioner con stable at Granitovillo cotton weigher at Wagencr and magistrates in the various districts Fortunately there is on hand the sum of cnr ried over from the campaign of It28 The fees fof the House of Repre sentatives were increased from to The fees for dis trict commissioner was reduced from to as the term of this office has been reduced from six to four years Constable at Granite ville will be assessed and cot ton weigher at Wagoner The foes for magistrates arc Aikcn No 1 No 2 No 3 00No 4 No 5 No No 7 No 8 Nos 9 and 15 Nn Nos 10 nnd 17 No 12 No 13 No 14 Aiken Co Graduates At Winthrop College Moonlight Serenade in Bertie Wyman Dyches i Q n QI re and i VaUe in Cunning OCIZCa Onerirt j ham j j manager for The Spur and Coif II conducted regularly and he Poupce Sheriff Huwanl nni deputies ar HP is now acting in that everyone who voted was line Petite HudVminted three Uirirr stills for Travel to no nickv i week and placed m mnn behind1 All those inlrnsted in Karl Heiird of Lanjrlcy in a vigor Lovca Harris bars jinjr Alktn in tlm proper nitttinor statement snid that ho knew of Duet The i On a gallm stillwhn will by number of people who were Uuilnick Tillic Harris j wns funl pund mi or u larger number of win friuirhivd nnd thnt il was n shame Quartette He bridire gatlons of are u allow to votn who wen tu his ptililirjitimi in thr entitled tu Mr Yaun of mnr1 in of tlirir ability with the t1 complaint thnt some people iiuranee that the wnrk i in the liamls wr1 allowed tu vote while others a nnd not Nancy Hurley Loulw Tlnpor nette Melfi uutJit ut wni lr igiinil cupper l upcratlim On at Skin AikeTrSeeks Pythian Convention Charged With Assault I A preliminary will held nt Tuesday June 3rd colj lege will diplomas to a large JErndualine Among the untcs from this countv are Court House tomorrow at 10 Miss Jane Theresa Woodward Aikcn who receives the A B decree I Miss Thelmn Redd Cook of ncr A B in music course Miss Florence Elizabeth Croft bachelor decree in Homo Economic j course Miss Rooccca Youngblood of North Augusta bachelor in j Economics Miss Gladys Lucilc Bush of Ellen ton certificate in business a before Magistrate K Willi on n warrant issued Road lOflicer Claude Redil in which he is jrhnnred with assault nnd battnry nti the person of Crawford Grice On Sunday afternoon Mr Grice wns stopped by Mr Redd near A Number of Altond Con vention in H E CJj P K Hetidor in and Krnest Allin Past Grnnd i J Mif ninn f Wnys and Mrms fuinniitlee and W M Kubnnks K K SUubes i II C Hahn J K Thorpe and C Ue j lovvan and H F Ethrredire delepnt es left yesterday morning for Cn lumliia to attend the tlrand Lodse litlit wnr 11 f tiuiir On Suluriay u Joi wan iirni Isnr Chambir if niirrt1 Ms wiio tcvl thnt rown out or the on ilecLarcd null and IP iiniivtiiin tn h wh town nnd tn imoklrt him am h ir and explain the rrtl Two but they nre known rni ill In am Still Sriird Mondny tion Monday thr SberifT itnl drtitir j and a 200 POPPY DAY IN ylill nrar nnd livr I vnts of mash The plant wns a Tomorrow Everyone U ntin o lie should will be To Attend Short Course At Winthrop Glnxflrville nnd was charged with speeding nnd n bond was re quired Sfinie milrs up the road Mr Grice nnd Mr Redd became involved in an antumcnt and it is allcsrcd jthnt Mr Grice was struck in the fare hv Officer Redd Knichts of Pythias of South Carolina with n deep well pump It was j One of ISTANSFIELD ORATOR AT JUNIOR ORDER MEETING Six ifirls nnd six women from Aij ken County will attend the State j Hon John K moturrd Course at Marion yesterday and drlivcreii Aiken always sends n Inree in nperntinn when seized Cation to the Grnnd nnd an effort will be made this yenr to brine NegTO Held For Mur the 1031 session to Aiken Ernest j J I 1M V lr L Ailcn Secretary of the Chamber Cr ork of Commerce will present Aikens invitation for next years meeting nf Police Kihirr on Sunday P W Townsend fhnncellor rccrivrd thr fullowine telecrnm from mnnder carried n numiier of in York nn datcs to Cnlumbin nicht where dT nrrost herr dir Tojnorrow will lir Poppy lay Aikrri Thr of the nairrwill put on the snlr assisted cnusrd b by a number of the youin Indies of An Art the city Eviryoti is to vided for an In lire ricrtion i void Ti Board which of Sup of Smith Pr R linnis uf and Dr A A of Norlh Ausmsta Uir iitfnrnoy nnd they to tlir rnncluion that there and rrfrrrd n Thr the election to Piiwiii irtii M llryan Mrs N Alln II in aprrs N Ioniv n rorifiiion ovrr 4T was the result f Until Totnl II1 1M 77 IIK this election thr vatrurness of the of the legislature pro in School Dis Knicht will Jic rnnferrrd alias Georpe Xai in tho Grand Knight Rank f In1 wan Campvign The committee appointed to select the places for the oight campaign meetings iritt after the Executive Committee meeting adjourned nnd agreed iijion the followinir Wednesday luly HOlh nt 11 A M Kllenton for Siivertnn Ellenton HnwthorneTnlntha district Tuesday AUK at 11 A fir Snlley and Perry district v Saturday An fir at 11 A for Windsor iml White Pond district Tuesday Aujr at 7 P for LnnirUy Inih Glovcrvillc AUJI Cnvs Ronds U 11 A for MrTifr 1 and Ward 1 nnd 1 dis trict Titisiinv AUK Au fn June 5th to loth Those chosen t ari address lnforr the represent the county ire as h Minion Council N iAselene Williams Salley Xoomi Kul liner Gluverville Suio Gnrvin Holland Vircinia llollins Trilaha Ethel Greene nnii Mar Lee Hallmnn Mnnrtta from i clubs Mrs N K Gsintt M ijtlta Mrs Vance LiviriRston inus Mill Mrs B T Kitrh intrs Mill Miss TSuby Junes Mi from the womens j other two will rh within the nrxt few day of Jr O melini Graiiam believed to a woman n lie arii im K A a its rinrulnr A a1 i iiial interi tinir ad Stantiild is the Junior Order School Holds Exercises DR BOONE GOES TO NEW YORK IV 0 New win V WiMks While t pot graduate iv T wear one of those flowers The Timnev received frorn t of ihoM flowers will be used port t iitle irl with tubT who thr dauihtir f a W M Smoak is chairman the Aikei1 i tee undiT A ken Relief LOADS CUCUMBER CARS trirt No under the rules nnd regulation of the Prnvrcratir The club roll of as the only unc available many people in f Year lila Citv CONVICT CAPTURKD School Y End rnr on NEGRO FOUND DEAD The ead body of Hi wns in home on she hnrt place in tho Tnlntha Wednesdny nfter thr neirro i dead fcvcml la alive on the Saturday doctors examination showd ha dnrkey died frim io iniUisi held Acidrcil Prt by RURAL CARRIERS TO flffiET FRIDAY at i P for GranitcviMo Vaiioluse nnd Warvenvilliv a P M BUTLER WONT RUN TOR Thr Cnrrirrs he Aiken or fr iUv May a 11 After GOVERNOR III HEALTH picnic will yec Every carrvr in Aiken vouii Rutirr iri n Ro trill ti health COMMITTEE TO MEET THURSDAY NIGHT Suggestions To Keep City Clean and Pretty 1 I riiiAiii it i Closing Exercises Of St Angela Academy
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