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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - June 4, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                Wltk SoatJi wiU trtbutt to vprnn KeekJQU nn 7 them itbcted to repre thoaaands of edM Farm at tMctfat of the StaU Council of Mn H Jtoimtrilk Mrs Lhintvton taller Mm JUtlww W Patrick Vftriu Oak MM Xtipert H Anderson and Samuel j Summers Came ron They will comprise thc third in the atate to receive the Master Farm Homemaker title and pin The recognition is sponsored annujilly The Farmers Wife the National Minnesota with the cooperation of Carolina State Farm Women and Home Demonstra tion department of Winthrop College Miss Orinne Johnson ofthe Farmers Wife will come from St Paul to con fer the recognition j are few of thc interestincr facta about the found by the judging two fc win tnu nqtifled that If ill U4 kilted Will Ptriffifi at MW uffl tfc Kitchinfs Mill Motion The puty Sheriff to tiw at once and it fonwt that lipi whilt Mrioualr corer The fifht took at saw Buth tot mad toeiiM Si moved to another part of mill to work and iMCaf to awl did wrt taww tfcat frith until IM WM atUclted with a knife Phillip cat about face Highway was rushed to Springfield for medical treatment Bush fled into the iwamp and made his escape He is described a black 45years old with a scar on theright chcefc He drifted into the KitehinggMill see tiolL a few weacsagori and ported to be an escaped convict from Georgia IJed To Develop Water Safety Experts Classes are now beingr closed by e Red Cross for the first aid and families of 11 children and the others i institutes to be held this hare five and four their jmonth in different parts of the coun farma consist of 125 to acres try preparatory to its summer life their education varies from thc 6th grade to collcire graduation some home conveniences are lacking but there arc as many as can be afford ed there are excellent family rela tionships in these homes thc women know how to develop character rivers their children and all arc active in j beaches saving campaign Thc object of the institutes is to train athletic direc tors camp leaders swimming teach ers and others seriously interested in water sports to servo as instructors in Red Cross water safety methods at lakcsides and ocean community work Of thc ton institutes Rvare given All five women arc Sunday school hf hulf of thc country one Ms Sunday School June 18 to 28 inclusive These perintcndont and Mrs Patrick holds place at Brimflcld Massachu the hischeM womens office in thcjetts Chautauqua New York Nar Prewbyteriarr Yorfcr Annapo1iir church are presidents of j Maryland and Brevard North Cnro County Councils of Farm Women and Una Mm Summers is a state director To KJVC them as wide nn nttcnd Mrs Dunlap has not only reared ince as possible the fee for each a family of 11 children but since her student has been placed at the nomi hUNuatidR death ban mnnsitcd n 1 sum of which TtOO aero cotton farm and days it pay Mrs LivinjrRlonn family of in camp necessary text books nnd in II has been RO healthy that the docicidontnls The institutes open to tor has railed only twice in 23 years jbolh sexes with an experienced dean Mrs Tillcys five nil had education County TJioa SL QM jmk an fnterwit ttile of th outstanding bond b of eouuty Taia i op Aprtl Tho UMo intq ttuta flfei Hifhway boitda SOOM we publtakwi a Wit of Sdlml ikirt ahowa a Kuunvty of UM toUi mdebtedntw of the county which totals the of table followa of luut Bw Back InAtMtiliMM 1922 Rotvl Amount M Bate 4 1 Int Year Int Per Day Mature 1960 1932 1942 Total County Highway Bondc for CMHMt M4tt in Aiken County Paid Highway Department under Aiken County XikenMonttnorenci North Augusta to Edgefied Co line J 1333 1045 School Total Total School Total Highway 1 S S TEACHERS ELECTED AT AttEN SCHOOL A1JL TEACHERS REELECTED RccocnJM Good Work Done mmi Re Elect Entire Twkchini At a recent mcetinsr of thc trus tees of thc Aiken Institute the entire corps of teachers wns reelected for next term The work at IbV school wns hichly last session The following is the members of the faculty First trade and Primary JennieLou Kirnt Mattio Lou Gar Serond Mra M 1 Qtiattlo Io baum nnd Mins Mary K Itishop Thirrf Miw Wymnti beyond hisrh school According to the judging of women look after thc welfare of the attending Intensive instruction is given in One upction of thin K Mif Miickcnfuss ar Daninl Fifth itrnde left open Dixie M Mc w iny Mr Annual Meeting Rural Officort Dinner EnjoyaJ at EwtU Park Tho annual of the Rural Carriers of Aiken County was held at the Court HOUMOD Iriday at 10 A M Thc meeting was well attend ed there beinfc approximately sixty percent of tho carriers of the county in attendance Many matters came up for conside ration nnd a complete new set of officers wre elected follows TV SKCIain Jack H IwS ROAD OFFICERS ARE SUSPENDED BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Baker of Ljmjlrj EUctvd to Temporarily Patrol thc High Jr Club to Visit Clemtop Wfciefc Hoad Officers Claude Redd nnd j Price Fnllnw were indefinitely hv th BtinB on C and CommiUce J Thorpe J K C L Friur Aftr the itv their families dinner at park the ting cjirri joi til a jtnvilum in Ku at a np dny morning Tho action of the is the result of a difficulty which oc runei Uelween OlVuer and Crawford Grice on he AugustaAi kcn highway Sumlny afternoon Mny iHth Mr Irice elinnritl with speeilini by Mr KeiH and n bond nf j demnmled Tile bond war jpootid but later orne liiManeo up Uie road the argument wai renewed over the and in Mr i Redd sinking Mr trice in thc fare The members of the Junior Agri cultural Clubs in Aikcn County will go to Ckmaon College July 23rd County Farm Agent G Gowan Since plans for a camp in Aiken County to impos sible summer arrangements have completed for members to make a trip to Clemson College where they will visit the demonstra tion orchards crops poultry plant and live stock on the college farm Theywill also visit experiment stations and observe the experiments being conducted by the College and qnr this sightseeing tour they will be accompanied JiJ1 a mem ber of the College staff who will ex plain the details of all the experi ments and dernonstratiohs under way This will be a wonderful trip for i boys of the County and will have more educational value thnn many days of class room work would have Tho members will also bo riven entertainment at night The Club members will sleep in the College dormitory nnd have their meals served nt the College Y M C A cafeteria A trip will be made into the moun tnins one dny while at the College where the members will have an op portunity to do some real mountain hiking The trip to the College will be tho principal subject of discussion nt thc regular June meetings of the which will be held ns follows 3rd 1 P M 4ih I M June Fith 1 M New Holland June fith P Merry 7Ui 11 A M P M nth P M WARDEN JONES Ik MM at K Stabi A of unusual tried on Monday afternoon Courtof R Mat istrate at Langley in that it involved the much disputed boundary line be twcen the States of Georgia and South Carolina defendant Walker Wright of Aiqrusta waa charged with fishing on the South Carolina side of the Savannah River in the vicinity of North Augusta with out first procuring a nonresident fishing to do so Both sides were represented by able counsel and the case was bitter ly fought by each It was not so much a matter of acquitting or con victing the defendant asit was a fwas Did South Carolina have a j right to regulate its side of the river Also Whether or not the Savannah River was nn inland stream or During thc past month Game War jdcn W S Jones has been very active in apprehending these parties from other States ns thc States of North Carolina and Georgia have cloned seasons on fishing at this time This defendant was one of the eight caught by him last mqnth the others having paid fines of each or were Hcnt to thc chain gang f Game Warden Jonea wns witness for the State and the jury brought in a verdict in about five minutes after retiring finding the defendant guilty The defendant was represented by 1 Messrs Tom Home of North Au and Ernest Creed of Augusta while thc Stnte wnn n by lion H K Keennn of Cinrity Mrs K Mood to i A Ajirrant wn Sixth Miss Miriam McCul Kathleen Ctinini committee these random faclj are i first aid methods nf rencurlnjt the only a few of the manjwhich showdrowning resuscitation canoeing and that the women arc not merely efboating with reference to acciden Mouph and Miss 1 1 hnm Seventh grade Mr Martha J Cnleman anil John B Kubnnks Jr ficient housekeeper ibut outstandine homcmakers as well Tommy Hitchcock Plays Sensational Polo Team to Victory Orer Port Watkiaftot and the theory of teaching swim ming and diving and water safety technique The institutes arc held under the first aid and lifesaving service of thc American Red Cross in Washing ton MUSIC PupiU I ami battery nnd GlVe ReCltal on hut i ind h Josephine i fore the Cruintv Ladies Day At Agricultural Club Hon A F Lerer Orntor of the Dinner Bar beetle The Annual Day meeting II Magee Physical Education and Athletics V Herlong Lunch Nellie John ston High Lillian T West Miss Elizabeth C Tongue Mrs W R May Miss Lillian Brown Miss Susie M Caldwell Miss Mnrion Clark Ernest P Parker Principal W Jay McGarity Superintendent Roy Badly Injured Tommy Hitchcock leader of Americas polo forces for thc J930 international cnmpaiftn performed sensationally at Port Washington N on Sunday in leading his Points four to victory over a high goal Roslyn team of cap tained by Devcrcnux Milburn in thc Tnc Annual Ladies Dny meeting Friday May TO Wright opening of thc seasons competition tn1 Aiken Agricultural Hub will the fifteen year old son of Mr and of Flcischmanr field The score was al the hall on Wednesday June j Mm R Wright farmer of the By Falling Tree flow HP Mt for the hearing matter placed lie for en The in the rase on morning made known Tuesday afternoon from 6 to decision on Saturday oclock Office Fnllaw charged with Awards for work done during tinbeing n witness to thc difficulty and year have been made to little j made no effort to stop it Baker Elected Thr music pupil j H Mairec heir anjiuni re Music Mrs in 4n rooms tho First church laf Elizabeth Corliss and Master Edward f hear 4th nt 12 oclock M This mooting as usual j ReddsBranch section of Aiken Couij will be n ty was seriously injured while help injThis brotherinlaw T E Wheeler Basket Picnic and Barbecue Dinner and all members are urged to iltendjcut down n tree As the tree fell a 10 to 4 Hitchcock playing No 3 thc posi tion he is expected to hold down when the Yankee forces meet the British this year was all over the field breaking up the erratic sorties of Avcrcl Hnrriman and Bobby Straw bridge for Roalyn besides constant pnvitation to make the address which Ho was rushed to the Aiken Hosi ly feeding the ball to his forwards in itself be an inducement forjpitnl at once where he remained unj Cushrnan Jr A feature of tbe program was the playing of a hymn by each pupil after every selection The program follows Fairies Dance Carolyn Cnlemnn Lullaby Chester Rogers Mniree Auld Lang Syne Ann QuafJe baum Duet School IirI Marion Howard Long Long ASTO Sara Croft Then Youll Kenninher Dor othy Branson Happy Farmer Hollcy Spanish Air Ruth Pr At i meeting of the Commission er held on Monday the question of put ing on a temporary road officer up for discussion It was de cided pending the suspension of the old road officers and a final dis poMiion of their inses to put on a temporary man linker of Till thro Marty and Langley wns elect tion ily It iinderstond thai when the po are tirrinanintly filled that tin road olVicers will lie put on motor posMhly autoniohiles that are now owned y the county will be I Health Dept Preparing For Chest Clinic Special TubcreuluiU I Nurtr to i Tile Health expect to lie busy Jinx ninnth makini i survey of in Vile comity and for a chest clinic The clinic will he held at oflire of the Henllh Depai Unrnt sometime during the lalter part of the month Tentatively June The South Carnlina AntiTuherru losis Association will in thit and special u nurre hits niTtveil from Co ilumhia wiH actively assit in making the survey and in workim up suspected cases for tho clinic j According to Dr W J Hodie Health Oflicor every section of the icouiity will be visieJ particularly i those homes wherein tuberculosis or deaths have occurred in the past two years Members of such families will be particuiariy to attend the clinic ami have a thorough evaminntion made so Sat ise miy IK d and the proper curative regimen in fivic Organisations and otliir ptMTns interested ri luiierculo to assist Aikiri has i low rate fron and it hoped i idoi the Asparagus Association Holds Annual Meeting R Bnyce Guntt RcElccted Prrii J H Wolton pi and bring their families limb broke off nnd struck Wootlrow Donna e Hon A F Lever one of the best on his head knocking him orators in the State has acreptd an Ucious Milburn the old international cap tain showed only flashes of his form er hitting power every member to be present Jlr and Mrs Gcorce Ford Mor ris who have been spending the wini ter in Aiken have returned to i J COURTHOUSE FOR AIKEN Congressman Hare has boor advised iy the department of justice thth provision may be maiie for a federal courthouse nt Aiken at an early date Representative Hare been s project for several 1 after a hearing be immittee in charge w huiliiine program year fore of a hor ed roulii man prsAr tercrsi rtnAy mo airo He wns asrMT 4oon as a report from the iutice final action The congress the matter with the attorney ii states that i New Officers Elected For Outing Club The Annual Meeting of the Outing Club was hold in the directors room of the Rnnk of Western Carolina Monday afternoon After hearing a report of the financial condition the club officers were elected for the rew year ns loorgc Durban president K L Allen ice president C W Busrh secretary I Hutson conscious for fifteen hours An was taken which showed that Ibis skull wns badly fractured Re i are hat ho is renting very ard there is strong hopes for his recovery Mr Wheeler himself i narrowly escaped serious injury Corliss Slavic Lilly Surasky Duet Yalse utson Mrs Magee Pride of the I Cushman Jr Song of Sanders Courtney Waltz Mildred Tlie Supt Langley Mills Assaulted by Employee hnl the dtatn rule may IOWT and eventually T1 ifi t a ii n a c One Hundred Gallons Of Whiskey Dumped Much Liquor Found In Edisto River Superinten milN Allen las Mr Alien had the the Tu eiinics otherwin it he mad its prescriheci at clinic A chest i 1C made d 1 i ind d a proper and f f i to their a m e n t The fifth meetinR of the MoneJta hld at last week Tile ci upisinSJ sections of Hav jburjr Hidije Ward i and Johnxlon Oflueir of the are R H iiintt preside Moittn T C i Uidvte Sprirur J II MonettH itary and treasurer The past season having been an unusually cood one and with tho interest in thi industry ich is opening up a fine channel there was i splendid jjatherinsr of in terestrd growers j The preenre of vis itors was nn attractive of the May making the proeram very inter estintr informing as well Toncresimnn W F Stevenson of fhernw chief speaker and j foncressnian liuter Haro of Saluda was presented and spok i Mr out some interot irnr fact in that this the first to ie oil paper plain prirtcd plate and to have a iTvire cd rian Thi aocia hav haridlrd uiore irat f o b ary other One hundred four i a have uon hipped this on In four ha come the and the a rase priT rr crate CoOps Hold District Contest In Aiken Iiflrrn Countien Will llavr Rrprr xt Hotel Comm T t in Diiliose K Mrs W B Turner K nt Or ShentT Howard h i k r y had been wa ver v i 11lO i ourt H Tiv pour Duncan aid Chinese Laundry Changes Hands ANNUAL PARTY AT B L Association rie i r r r Elect Directors r TO ATIKND ANNUAL STATE SHORT COURSE Mrs va Motto Chinese the ted on Curve he Annual adult w tpraui hy Charlif the Club h h Par M A large MEETING OF SCOUTS There 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