Aiken Journal And Review, June 11, 1930

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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - June 11, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina I ©he lonrnal and JlcMetoNo Paper Published in this Locality Pp na Is the Journal and Review'sCirculation in Aiken County 8 pages VOL. 60 NO. 24 senator williams analyses county MBT IN A COMMUNICATION Say* that the Property in the County is Not Paying One Five Cent Piece as Interest. . Editor Journal and Review:    o    r    r> ii . » . U»d*r date of Juno 4, 1930, you1    bobbed    At carried on tho front pag-eof your paper “Bonded Debt of County Total* $2,033,250.00," saying your table wa* compiled -by the County Treasurer and is up to April 30, I $30. The statement says that the following- Freight Station AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE ll. 1930 ST. ANGELA CLOSE $2.00 I Year-Sc a Copy Cameron Youth Win* Farm Essay Contest Wilmar from Aiken District Will Compot* im Stat* Contest at Co* lambie Friday. i    — --------- R. W. Evans, Jr., of Cameron, won the first prise in the content offered by the Co-operative Cdfiton associe One of tho most successful annual Don ^or *bp best essay on "Flow Can SUCCESSFUL YEAR MANY HONORS CONFERRED Honor Roll Announced. Address • ad Blessing by Right Rev. Emmet Walsh, D. D. BIG ADDITION TO INSTITUTE TO COST ABOUT *13,000 Bridge and Road Contracts in County T* be Let by the Highway Dr par t ment en Jane 24th. Two Wings to be ROUTINE MATTHIS BEFORE COUNCIL TO OPEN SWIMMING POOL I Several projects among the road a |»j.    ,    r    !°    rr! brid** C0BtrmCt* to hp * by tbp    New Automobile for Chief bf Police Bedding    to    Car*    for Growth    of Highway department at Columbia on the School.    ^    Jane 24th affect the Benefit of the Agricultural Brought to the sessions ever experienced by the Ye..— ai ar • _    i Saint Angela Academy, came to an1M*1**1*11* A<* Be ST T j r.', J*    *nd '**' ThumUjr ,v,ninK wh.n Cotton F.rm,r.” OO Mao Held for the Crime. J Commencement exercises were held    Pr,w    wa*    "on at the Aiken Opera House before • ^cbopnb*nr,    North, large and appreciative audience. prix® by Miss Beatrice The closing exercises were begun ^Ddge Spring. Tito prizes were $25, Thursday morning, at the Academy *15 and $10. ---  I    l    .    *tn    on •    ,    .    | Hall, where promotion cards were!    A‘kpn    district    is composed of now 1822, 1150,000.00; Grow Ro*t    *50    00 » “A. A numb., of 0i,tr(buled- ,mi pr,mium, wr. The safe in the freight office if items of County Bond Indebtednee* Ilh* Southern Railway was blown are outstanding; Sand Bar Ferry!011*11 *omHime Wednesday morning, Bridge $62,100.00; Back Indebted- and the robbers got away with A contract will be let very shortly for a big addition to the Aiken Institute building. Two wings are to be added on the eastern side of the building, both two stories hiarh. Plans by Wolfe and third __    , .    _    . Asbell, of n°W Pin>r completed by J. H. concwte bridge over Horse Creek on Alkene county. Three of them in the county is listed las follows: The addition of four 22-foot spans to the present bridge over Edisto river on Route I, The construction of a reinforced > Several New Lights end Street Curbing Greeted. At the regular monthly meeting of city council on Monday night a number of matters of importance conte up for consideration. John V, Noel, appeared before R fifteen counties, and the contesl- $50,000.00, totaling $262,100.00. All (‘hecks were in the 8af« *>«»» «*ter «b-[awarded. The Rev. L. E. Forde, of anU w*r* *plp<'tp(l *» their various said items bear six per cent except taimn* the ™onp>’ bo*- the robbers Charleston presided at the morning count!p* »*t°«g student* of the high tho >„t n.-m-d which l*ar,    U«    *>’« -.1 «P.r.tin, lh.|„wjw. In the    „ 7:^1..... th'    p»r *13.-!°* JnZ.y ^ -WisNWol pr»«r,m    l-red    bv I,'?*    „ J    ,    th. rtwtnt, cf th. Htith School and $1,506,250.00 for cement roads,! Entr»n<-* made in a side win- carrying interest $190.75 a day, As dow‘ TfJ* 100,8 U8ed ,n breaking to first item of $62,100.00, I have lhe combination dial were obtained consulted Mr. Williamson to verify *rom th* B*ction master's tool box, my figures, and I find that the sink n*ar th* d*P°*-ing fund fur the Sand Bar Ferry *n a car npar tb* depot two Bridge now ha# $21,90S. ii in the ,trammen werp sleePir>K. and heard bank drawing four per cent, and se- ^!e *xP,0*lon» but believing it to be < c cured by bonds. The Back Indeb the nol*€ froni •" automobile paid FitKpatrick tedness item of $150,000.00 has in no attent,on to It- The robbers used the sinking fund $127,671.59, draw- n’tr»giyrenne and shattered the ing interest at four per cent; and : front of tht‘ 9af#* th* flying iron the Gregg Road has $8,000.00 as a!'101.1’*'' consid*‘r*ble damage to the! .starter on the sinking fund, which ,^r**^lt office.    j will draw four per cent, and only . '‘")Ul * belock in the morning of-half of that issue is to be paid by th** ('r Arthur am sled a m*n for County, the other half being paid by ,oiterin* about thp city, and the man the District the road is in. Hence. was Attired to Put up $25.00 bond, the debt for which the money is yet1 H<'( w“ released, and later when the to be collected to pay on these first autboriti#s heard of the robbery the three items is *40,191.59 on th.- man wa* [e crested. He gave his first, $22,328.41 on the second, and nam<‘ as VV ' J J(>hBPon* of Augusta. $21,000.00 on the third, making a| han,ikerchi*f wa* covered with total to be collected yet of $83,520,-    th(‘ san,e kin*1 th»t was used on the safe, -and also had odors of nitroglycerine. Including the money that he deposited as bond, he had about $40.00 in cash. His clothing and hands were discolored from a substance in a bucket at the depot, and his elbow was injured, supposed the Music Class. The address and blessing were given by the Right Reverend Emmet M. Walsh, I). 1). The program consisted of the fbl-fowing: Trio—^La Mattchichc—Misses TU- lie Harris. Rose Rudnick, Celestine j    Chorus—“IVaise Ye the Father" Piano, Miss Nancy Harley. Welcome Address—Miss Lila school last Week. The first prize winner from this district will go to Columbia Friday and compete with district winners from Florence and Spartan burg districts for the state prize of $50. Judges of the contest were Audley H. Ward, district, farm agent for the Clemson College extension service. VV Jay McCarr Ty, c,rncnnt* nj ent of the Aiken city school*, and Cecil H. Zeigler, former superm- tween Lexington-Aiken county line Court of Equity Now in Session OO It will be noted that the interest which the County pays on $212,-100.00 at six per cent, would be $12,-726,00, and the interest that the County would pay on the Gregg Road Bond (half of the issue) would Lu $1,250.00, making a total of $13, tendent of Aiken county, W, E. La* Crone of Johnston represented the er    cooperative    association,    presiding    at Piano Duet—.Spring Song—Misses    rooting. Martha Sant ken and Virginia Hinson. {     -..........-.......— I-.an.. Solo — Arabesque — Mi * Forest Protective Asso- Nancy Harley. elation Functioning Conferring of Honors. Diplomas and medals awarded the following in the Classical Department. Miss Agnes Cashin, 99.2 per cent. Miss Julia Porter, 98.6 p r cent. Miss Nancy Harley, 98.2 per cent. Composition and Letter Writing. rho Sifter Celestine (joule pin donated by the Alumnae Association ”bjeci"’f the associate of Saint Angela Academy for the „ highest mark mad Johnson, architect, and the new ad dition will harm mite in every way with the new building. The enlarging of the building is and Augusta, necessitated by the increased num-ber of pupil* who are coming to this school each v.-ar, aiel by the desire of the trustees to keep tip -Aith the march of progress. In one of these new wings a laboratory will be equipped so that th. students can get the proper training rn physics, ,<tc. This will he welcomed nevi to the patrons rn,1tinue through the week and many 'of the school,    cases will come before the Court for I h«* other rooms will be used    to    wttlement. care for the graded work and    to    ,,n Monday a    hearing in    the case .care for the crowded condition.*    of    11 l' Eidson,    et al., v some of the rooms. The new building addition and furnishing w ll) cost from $ I 3,Oui) to $15,000, and will be paid for by a special tax of three mills levied during 1930 and 1931 and a one mill levy m 1032. A special committee composed of Messrs. Harry Sudlow, B. F Ether edge and W. W, Edgerton have charge of the building operations. jute I between Aiken and Augusta ;rounnl *nd Mkpd thal **»« «Hy take The paving of gaps on Route I be-    °f    pa«*    adv-rtiaement    in Travel” The October issue is to he devoted to travel in the South. The sum of $125.00 was voted for this purpose. The matter of opening the swimming pool was discussed and council agreed to vote the sum of *40,00 per The Court <vf Equity, with Judge m^oth for three months to aid the Hayne F. Rice, presiding, opened in    organizations    of    the    city    in Aiken on Monday. Til.- Court will opening the pool. Council made tin* condition of the appropriation that no fees be    charged and    that an Aiken citizen    lie    in charge    af the pool. The question of electric light rate* James I,. J came up a-nti w as discussed. Council Quinby, et al., asking for more time J thought it advisable to have a repin    which    to    perfect an    appeal    to    the    j*'rPSl*nta^vp    the city    at the hear* Supreme    court.    The    motion    wha    de    'nK before    the    Railroad    Commission nied. The Court took a rec.-si morning and in the afternoon sever bearing a1 motions were heard. Ion June 12th, and Senator John F. yc-terday | Williams will be a-k.-.J to attend the arinr The Chief of Police wi Visits Aiken After Puts Copies of Constitution Into the Hands of Its M ember* The constitution and by laws of the Aiken County Forest Protective Association has just be. n printed by the Aiken Journal and Rev few The Tuberculosis Clinic By Health Dept. ms in need of a new automobile and council voted to provide him a new car, Petitions were ^received from Mr*. Twenty Years Absence ,,ttu,a Turnpr- Mrs- John May and ll. (I, Anderson, asking that curbing he put in front of their properties on Hood Lane and on Ioturens Street. ..    u    ,u    !l"    j    Mrs. VV. F Reyburn petitioned for visitors to Aiken on Monday. Prof Brooker was Superintendent of th. liken Institute twenty v.*a» Prof and Mi- Asheville, N (’ VV L were Brooker, of 976.00 for tho year; and the inter-!'”/”’    **    fly‘n*    ’f°n    from    thc est received on the sinking fund of a **' the amount already collected and now in bank secured by bond at foul per cent. is $6,303.20, leaving a balance of $7,673,00 to be paid by the County; and while all these three is sues were not for roads, I consider them as such. The gasoline tax which the County receives is $36,000.00 an nually, which overpays the difference in interest againat the County and leaves the "County with little less than $30,000.00 profit from the users of the roads which will, as can (Continued on page five) md ny its fire, and to The authorities believe they have the right man. and he is now lodged won by M in the county jai! charged with th robbery. the pre- ervation of the forest and forest n    Competition,    |an(J, owm.d ,„d control|,.,| Hr,— ti tor br Min Act,, C.rttn.    membm (r„m d Julia !*orter,    Nancy    Harley, Lila    t , ,i    ..    . n t    ...    ...    foster the growth of better gam Baker and Frances Ray, VV >n bv ....    _    .    ,    3    cover in an Miss Agnes (    ashin.    . m    .. ,, , , ,    .    ...    forest land^. Also    to stimulate    a Medal for the highest average was    ,    ,    . .    proper attitude towards forest land* la Baker 95,S per rent . , ,    i    i rx , ,.    ,    and to encourage legislative action Health Dei Christine Doctrine, prizes awarded t . ,i    ,    1 ,    ...    .    batling toward the    proper use    there- on Misses Agnes ( ashin, ,!u is Porter, Mi** MrMioipr, of \e11.Tubrrrutosi* Ass, riation to Visit Sections of County. a light at the intersection of Lancas- '.-r Street and Highland Park Drive, , t ,    j    ,    *f°    I These request* were granted. A light .md has a host of friend- her - who    ,    ■    ,    , ,    ,    wan ordered placed at the inter-er- were glad 'n weir attic him bark ti! ,    ,    ..    „    .    ,    , , ,    I mn <n f owdcr Hon e Road and South An.cn.    h .    . ,    rboundrv Avenue, ie!'. Aiken to become and The Aiken Health Department a* -lAte.i by .Mins M. Master. of the Anti Tuberculosis Anociation --r South Carolina is preparing for a tu hercules!* clinic to be held at th. lent off! es, June 19 lit ten .\uu n to docunn supt rill tendent ihe big school -v-1. rn a; l-’lor. nee, and iller wa- drafted by the trustees of the Asheville, N. -chool sv-tem to b«* school iup> rjn tendi nt of that city, He has charge Of eighteen kchooL With over IU,UUU students, and has just completed the Report urer ■Ca<h on hand May I vt Receipt* during month f City Clerk and Treas- $ i 6,59 LH I 1,325.23 Expend.d during month $36,917.04 17,083.36 Attend Short Course Held at Winthrop Randall’s Appeal Before Pardon Board Nancy Harley. Penmanship:    Diplomas    from    the Palmer Method Writing Co., for proficiency, have been awarded to: Misses Nancy Hurley, France? Ray. \gnts Keenan. Medals for improvement in mu-ie w’ere awarded Misses Nancy Harley, Mary Ann Steadman. Address to graduate*; Miss France*. Ray. Quartette—La Carnival de Venise. Six women and six girls made a very pleasant trip to Winthrop College Thursday, June 5th, to attend the State Short Course now in session, This is a full attendance (each county being allowed 12 delegates), j therefore Aiken gets on the honor j Misses Nancy Harley, Jeanette Melfi, roll for having all delegates present. Louise Roper and Pamela Ounning-The following wonton and girls are bam. of. The odicers arc:    Monson    Morns, president; L. W. Boykin, vice prt-.si-dcnt; ('. Lee Cowan, secretary trcas ti rec. Directors; Th -mas Hitchcock, Goo. H. Mead, W. ll. McClain, F W. Atkinson, Claudia Phelps, II. M. Cassels, Laurie Croft, Monson Morris L. VV’. Boykin. NEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY According to the Health Officer, cry ceti rn of th* county is. to be thc T, Ii '--I! e with the at net me Ran ►en homes have Homes *>r re-re u I Otis deaths .ocurred within the are being canvas in attendance:    Mtp. Salley; Mrs. Hollis VV'. S. LeCroy, Garvin, Kitch- On Friday, the State Board of Par- 'n*s Mill; Mrs. A. I. Fulmer, Eureka; don will take up the consideration    N*    K. Gantt. Monetta; Miss of the appeal for clemency of Andrew P. Randall, of this county. Grace Brodie. Kitchings Mill; Miss Ruby Jones, McLaurin; Misses Neomi He was convicted of burglary and Buhner, Gloverville; Ethel Dreen, larceny, sentenced to one year’s int- ’ dack*on: A.J< ne Williams, Salley; prisonment; began service Oct. 27, |Mar> Lte Hallman- Monetta; Susie 1929. Grounds physical condition of (’arv’in' New ,iol!and- a"d Virginia prisoner. Among those recommend-    Talatha-IIawthorne. ing clemency are D. H. Turner,    -- Magistrate; P. Howard. Sheriff; and W. A. Sawyer, foreman of chain- gang, Judge W. H. Grimhall and Solicitor B. D. Carter recommend a parole. FARM WOMENS COUNCIL ELECT OFFICERS CENSUS FIGURES BEING REPORTED ELLENTON SHOWS INCREASE At the business session of the Farm W omen’s Council held at j Winthrop College, Friday after-! noon, Mrs. J. W. Whitman Smith, of Bishopville was re-elected president, I Mrs. J. K. Fairey, of Fort Motte, j Calhoun County, was elected first SERIES rice president, Mrs. L. L. Ware, of j Rock Hill, R. F. D., second vice pre-/dent, and Mrs. J. I). Blanding, oft    During thf j Sumter, Treasurer. Mrs. L C. Chappe Class Song—"Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life’, piano, Miss Nancy Harley. A medal for perfect attendance was drawn for by:    Agnes    (’ashin, .Tulia Porter Nancy Harley, Frances Ray, Walton Cohen, Pamela Cunningham, Louise Roper, Emily Roper, Dorrjelia Gleason, (’atherine Verenes, Herbert Johnson, Jr., Arthur Vero nes, Nicholas Verenes, Stathy Verenes, won bv Catherine Verenes. Piano Solo—Country Gardens— Miss Mary Ann Steadman. Duo—Relesario Fantasia—Misses Nancy Hat lev, Mary Ann Steadman. Drama—Sic lt.ur Ad Axtra. (Thus do we Reach the Stars.) Graduates and High School Students. Address and Blessing, Right Rev. Emmet M. Walsh, D, D. The following new bouks have been received for a iults: Mu by Dick—Melville. The Conquest of Fear—Ktng Spring-e-Cleugh, Storm House—Norm). Illusion—Train, Y’oung Men in Love—Arlen. Diversey—Ranter Murder in the Rain—Collision, Book* for Children The Boy Who Dared—Wade. visited by the T, Ii regular nurse .Uhs i v; and 'Ole -even already been visit.al, i i» nee whet em : ut <*r ase* have .last two years are being canvased hind it is expected that from the**** (homes material xviii be drawn for the J i lime. Besides the tuberculosis homes that have been visited, physicians in the North Eastern sections of the eoun ;tv have al-o been interviewed amt •heir aid enlisted in this work. Next v* ok <»* her sections of the county i vv i 11 b* likewise canvassed, tubereu j loris homes visited and local physi clans interviewed, as was previously done last week. 1 After all section’* 'have been canvassed et • ct ion of ,i high s. ho that has cost $1,2 ii),OOO lie in, recognized as leading educators rn Nor He is an alumni! of :b of S aith I aiolina and wi c imntcncotnent » xercises ' it ilium at ( olumhia tod a \ bu Iding Balance on hnrnl 11... f,,|:„w(hj,    i    f, Commi lion of Public W (’a h on hand Ma\ 1st >’ Received during month a* • < nil i he I of 'ha! in I me of the h Darn) I na I'n i vt of the rnunty and physicians The Little Maid of South Carolina interviewed and OF MEETINGS TO BE HELD AT GRANITEVILLE week cottage prayer meetings are being held tvtvery ,    ,    >! ( *umbia part of the con munity preparatory Silverton, Sloop, Hollow and Wind- ‘ as ‘,|rct«d Director of Central D f, r a r„.v „f    which    are    ti •or Township* Show • Heavy Lo., trict and Mrs. We ley Wtdborn, of b ,    ,    .    p    , i n.»i..    ,    .    '    "    r    1    L i>u,Hist nui ch at In Tan Year Period    el    ton was elected Director of Pied- Granite Ville at _ m°nt    District. Mrs. J. T. Gettys, of Lugoff holds # over as Director o| Pee Dee District. The population of Sleepy Hollow, Silverton and Windsor township-have been reported bv the Supervu aor of the Census, and 'hey a1! shm. a loss as compared with the censu of 1920. Silverton township, including.tow n of Ellenton, was reported as 1,356. Census of 1920 gave the same township 1,896. There were 274 farms enumerated. Sleepy Hollow township was g v en a population of 1,478 Hon. Dick Martin Files His Pledge L nd w* I n g « in, -ay* Down the Entrance Fee Enter. Race for the Horns Hon. Dick Martin, of Graniteville, i- the first announced candidate ( *r House of Representatives ID- % as compar- ed the aecretarjr last week, paid bu ed with 2.106 ten years ago. There    entrance fee, and    is    now    cairn were 227 farms enumerated.    the county. He    say.    he    is in    lr Windsor township was given a and with the aid of his friend-. » population cf 2,002 aa compared with be one of the county’s next repro . 2,480 in 192© There were 274 tat iv es farms eh un. FT a VT JQfiBBZ wa* re- ♦ MagntralV ^ Turner s the fi ported last #eek. and had grown candidate for that (five to quail from 108 to 124 in ten years,    He seeks r Ellenton vu reported as having    Ors ilttvl!! a population of 620 «. com pared with 185 ten posts ago. There were    (one. t id farm. eau mors ted.    Bar ria St i ll    a. in., June    15 and continue    ten    days. There    will be one try ice each day during the week at N.00 p. rn, I he pa- r w ill do the preaching The members of the choir will have charge of the music, In dis. using the prospects for the meeting, pastor    TeBow say,-:    the rospt ct- tot-    a    real revival ar.    th. ■'-est t1 ha* s. «*n m years. The cottage prayer meetings are nded and t\ e inter »pl« of tit- co rom u ---Curtia. 1 The Little Ma d of Mas-achus. ti-Colony—Curtis. Aprilly—Abb.c t. The Colonial Twins of Virginia Perkins. K Blake's Wav Word' The Trial of the Font ii. -—Strate rower. Honey Bee—Anutole France. The Boast of the Seminole Langt Smoky—James. Rex Lee, Ranger of the Sky Burt is. The Cruise of the Cachalot Bull' n Mystery of Castle Pierrefilte F -a The Powder Dock Mystery I ii ton. Boys Life of Theodore Roo e\cit —Hagedorn. Anne of the island—Montgomery library h it lo •<> I and daily except Saturday afternoon. Hon. A. F. Lever Talks On Farming Conditions tuberculosis con tacts registered for the clinic, Dr Leo Hall, with the State Tuberculosis -anatorium will come to Aiken ami make the examination Dr. Hall is an old Aiken C -;int> boy graduating from the South Carolina Medical Col bore in 19Jv Since that time he ha been specia'tzing in tuberculosis work and has had several post grad cate coir-• - including an internship at Saranac Lake, New- York. in -qiite of the fact that Dr. Hall is a voung man he is recognized as J EFFERSON DAVIS' BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Jefferson Davis' birthday Wa- oil served by the Edward Croft chapter, I’ lh C . Tuesday afternoon at th* .home of Mrs. Herbert Gy bs. A very interesting program centering around the life and time of Jefferson Davis was presented and enjoyed by th*- members and guests The pro gram was rendered as follow-: A paper, "Life of Jefferson T>uv is” —Mr- Walter Plunkett. Poem, "Jefferson Davis Highway," Mrs, B. B. langley. Chorus, "Tenting Tonight." Paper, “Constitution of the Cult federate State-," Miss Louise P. Ford, Poem, "Stars ami Bari Henry ( lark, I "(»i.cm of Bonnie Blue Mr- \ Ii, VS (Iiarna. A group of musical elect;, render.- i by Mr-. George l h* and Mrs, Holbrook Wyman. Out-of-t .WTI guests at this meet ing nere, Mrn. D I* Bla* k and Mi • Exoended during month Ba!anr* -rn ban 0, h ll.343.40 2,109.33 $9,034.07 C. Lee Gowan Is Now School Trustee Mr. ('. Lee (iowan has been appointed trustee of the Aiken Inrti-tute by County Superintendent Smith. He takes the place of Mr. Godding- Cushman, whose term of office had expired. Mr. (iowan'* commission ; lated May ' th, I'.'30. TH Mr wet e . Jr., an authori!y * a sc -oft he fortunate in service f r t ii ' tberculoBis and db hest. Aiken County i ming able to secure hi Zena Payne is a past .ta I'.. and M i--retary of th of John ton. Mr*. a* preniderit of Du Bayne i Ii* oz iii gen .-a* Itll V I > al* AIKEN GETS NEXT MEETING OE COMMERCIAL SECRETARIES FEDER Al. COURT REGIS TERI D, JURORS WHO QUA EIF V I I I Allen BOSTWICK JOINS U. S. POLO SQUAD Pl A YEO SENSATIONAL POLO IN AIKEN LAST YEAR REGULAR WINTER RESIDENT. to i.’gr IL (Pete) Bostwick, gen-tleman steeplechase rider and promising > .ung polo player, has been added to the American squad training a* candidates for the team to defend the international cup against the British chall* nge n Fep'en bet Bostwick '.M* invited to j*- n the squad, n-nking a I-.tai of 17 candidate-, a- a re-ult of his -en-attaral play a No. I on a team led by T limy Hitchcock, the Arr. en can captain, at, til* Sands Point Club, June I t, Bostwick is only 20 year > I and mg V Ion. A F honor at th .Aiken Inca lay. I and their 1 TI tho edict that r wax tnt I a I lad u -'.ira I cli ke to the aa to the And ji ti £ ■ help ti of the rp8iri el to v ti- - th * la *. pr . si ten » ii as a f our goal rat sr: led the ’ a! ,J led mn ar* r d qual Set! - , sit cm -I-, r,nct of both th. e you no-1 a I no 10 r;t' i i i a - an k - rig player on ti \ »cia South iday ri,fhr I ! 11 na J UI arc ii -a!;' g ige Lr rn ! I quad. hr ’ too He if* a - ne k up pol ■ as \ ike it ,;a' ri -ere Th* id u Ll- r;, • Log a ri, atton -hoi U . Du Arthur gen of a1 A k. Fe I eel Mrs. n nation of • he OS fur Do . charged with vi can • of the four ’ f -.r th. ; cfi ra! wdl be IDI. tat! n to A MHM COHON Bl OOM P* rn for magistrate Adv arm,- < she wH •nL Mr •t Sal#i ta,- an< Mrs I Ii IM Mr nd bg i Vin, Roy St rn* bud A rthur md Sara who ha* unity It have fh, Wed .Naturita), Humber of wa- H. *— ‘“Hr—• w •' h w .* ’ d for thc and com '*> 'Ne <ja. w ll in it rtt Se ;

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