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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - July 16, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                Buildinr to Erected by City Council and Civic the leadership of theAiken Ghanjber of and the Ex tension Workers and the coopera tion of the other civic bodies an Ai ken County Club Market Association will be organized within the next few months the plan being to open the market by September loth operat ing it about two hours a day two days in each week likely from 8 to m Tuesdays and Saturdays There will be U building erected by the civic bodies and the City of Aiken on the City lot on Newberry Street between1 the swimming pool and City office for the use of the Club Market IJnderthe pUvn the Chamber otf Whcn the case of Sergeant M5 i whoseresidence isNorth Aiir Pnvate U soldier at Fort Moultrie charged with assault aid battery with intent j to kill and Assault with intent Many Mattara of imporlanct Come Before Cowncil Monthly Meet Cjt discussed a number of rob in the attacked on Edward Rice Bambergr filling station operator was called for trial in the sessions court at Bamberg Thursday morning B L of Aiken counsel for Sims moved to quash the indictment on the ground that one of the grand i jurors acting on the indictment was a first cousin of Rice After argu Johnson sustained the motion and quashed the indictment Sheriff Hadwin was communicated with by a detective who informed the i sheriff that Sims could prcj sent in jcourt as he was underarrest j important matters at the regular meeting on Monday night Dr B C McLean appeared before the meeting as a messenger represent ing Mrs W B Turner ofthe Civic League R G Taisnuit of the Cham ber of Commerce and H G Ander son elf the Kivyanis club stating these organizations deplored the present I condition of the city parks that the parkcommission does not function Health Officer thenExecutiye city has of the safesi Out Importance olf Voting TKU and most sanitary pools in the vicinity Frequent inspections are made and an analyses of the win ter every few days to determine its the belief that FOR MONTH OF JUNE AV men will qualify to vote in the approach degree of purity bacterial count is As soon as the primariesthan women largely by raised everso i reason of the fact that they are more slightly or any other evidence of imj eligible to vote if they will but arc purity found the old water is turned imnrc familiar with the primary rules out and fresh city water piped in jMrs L H Jennings Democratic ex Orders have also been given by Health Department to a commit wwomnn appealed to of he state to more polo fans sw of Pete Much cUriuble Work Done Lilliputian steeple i be lnff come that hes quite likely to be exclusive few upon whom j Number of families investigated Number of interviews with tlients patients neighbors and interested the English invaders in September Among the strapping mallet swingers who clutter Long Islands individuals 165 polo field the 125pound Bostwick j Number of conferences with phy looks like a Tom Thumb But he can 6 son or personauntil thev have had to participate in the party Kum lb as Kit a thorough fcnth with thus take their rightful place fn fn Cons was a bultacyc Number of families supplied with Number of individuals on the pen a nd CouncU to take some steps that the Commission either reor ganire or some new plan ot parfc i skin I ing ears are allowed when reenter PKVH j I hp flri ntoH 11H fi aunuiijr inat Commerce and other civic bodies will in Charleston on a charge of larceny j P are no longer capable of spreading rater No Vn from and national polices Kver since withgroc diseases sore cve or From sources which may be relcd horsemen to the squad 14 ars areallowedfnthe pool and Wdod absolutely reliable I have from whom will heselect w barred for this reason mav thnl tllcro are e interna lonal team this diminuj ls 1DU ter untilgiven a certificate by women in thtf statewho Uvc has 100 to voting ton with the brilliant terse Number of of pnjsicmn stannt nat mnnshlp he customarily dSnlavs in men women i prividc the place and help keep up I It is alleged that he stolea quantity discussion that the term local interestin the patronage of the of cooper wire in KingstreC of office of scvcral mcmter8 had cx market It proposed that all ho tels boardinghouses schools retail groceries and other institutions will asked to have representatives on ithe infection to others Dr Bodio the Health ft i t I me J iviiivn The case now goes over to the K that the last analyses of w September term when a new indicti ment will be prepared Sims is now Officer out on bond of John Dr 1 t ia present of from the pool showed that it was al qualify by onrolUtiE on the club rolls in the communities where they live Wonderful Opportunity The work thnt was done in or Ever since Tommy Hitchcock supplied young horsemen to the squad P players from whom will be select Number of articles of clothing to needy of shoest supplied imen and the customarily displays in steeplechasing Thursday when he rode at No 2 for the Aiken Cyclones in one of the four games played in Cups tournament at in vuvon nv to L DluviJ l L t most pure enough to drink He con the Chamber of Commerce stated i siders it a hundred times safer for KncruI IUT1WU bV I up I VEC UII v H up I the market each day many of them son fixed bond for Griffin in the sum othcr ctlcs helP the I at tirifnnttal tVitif AiLkn organizations but that the Aiken already pledged their support These iof with the individual consumers of Ai i the Aiken Chamber of Commerce Jlc ken and tho commumty should pro House by Mrs MaU Mkcd tnnt when tnc was prc purp03CS vai UUL kiiub LUC pond crcvk or stream used dailv bv city council had never donated to en and pleading to use the ballot in the lastthc Mowlow Rrook Qub was no was gratifying to the the average I dccibllt is nlort wonderful j Get 17 vide a ubstantiiil outlet for the pro tie Hall located on the AugUBtaAi 1 duce of County farms and gar ken road has been leased to Mr 0 next lhat an dens Continued on page eight D McKny of thc Northeastern Con struction wno bus the contract for the erection of the H ussier house the public opportunity for them this when a United States senator seven s tenm ent the tour nnmint undor the MILLBROOK CHURCH HISTORY Oct 5 1884 to July 6 1930 jprintion he made purpnuc He alsu stated thnt street markers were badly needed as visitors to the city could not find streets Cuumil agreed with him on this matter and the Mayor appointed Aldermen Hol ley Ktluredge and Dychcs n commit tee tu into the matter A letter was read from Mr C I Johnson in regard tr Cunril licHiifiirt flrtit him tu rimnyt his barns This let ter was published in the Journal ami Thr May Ornie Martin and state fronnbul l th last minlltc that governor right on down the line are wasnt nppropriato to congrcssmon Ccl Awny From G No M Tcrm c years before the organicjthc biggest in huhling the inpc of Miinrotk Church there hnd j little bnntl loKolher being reor bevn n school cnrritd on in not far from church now stands also a school conducted by difforvnt ville J5 was akcd to preach in in thc life of the church the Bchonl Hounr once n month Rev Byron Gnntor hrld 1 meeting H was then dwidfd to orgnninJiiin August IJlM Klerlrio light were church ConscqocnUy of in the church that mision looks value ami neighborhood from their chupchps And althotieh hut one new member i and on Sunday October 5 1884 Mill1 wns nddol to rhurrh it was ni lrook church WBJI organized with splendid mcrtinir A church choir n following members W J Price JaUvas formed nnd to serve at nh T ii L t i T n pointed iiv tho MWVT nie E Price Lune all meetings i J Rankin Emma Rnnkin J C Hoii Hcv E K Haitti stay with us us Icy Olivia Holley Ann Rankin Mary i pastor was enjoyed by all and was of Rankin Elizabeth A Burckhaltor A j lusting benefit Everyone hatvil J Prico America A Wise Mary part with him nnd nil were glail of Wise Julia Holley Josejihino Cowj his Inter return to welcome him nm ard nnd P 11 Crosland sixteen mem his bride on a short visit bers W J Price and J C Holley i The pulpit was filled a fow time former dencons of Town Creekonly after Mr Units departure until church nnd D H Croslaml formerly Rev R II McKinnon came to us in a deacon of Trcadwav Church were November 122 Wo were eliirhted elected ns deacons and W J Prico with him and called him nt formerly clerk of Town Crook church Brother McKinnon continued with us was elected clerk Rev Arthur until May 1 when he resigned Bilist wns vailed to the pastorate j ami we were without n pnsior Steps were at once taken to build On August Dr K K n house of worship A building Bomnr came to us nnd held a moet Tiiittoe wns nppointOl consisting of ing until August It A J Wise J C 11 H One was n sptcndiil meeting well ntteml Innd T 1 Rankin T W Cownrd and ed and the church srently r vivcd Iour were added llic church by The Sunay schoul was up ind conference icll nnd kcv up on the chunh a call Rev J W Ham mond acceilnl and May s will to he elected or reelected If wo r linen of thV Ktate are interestedin her MakeB HlS Escape and in solution of the governmental problems they should take advantage of the ballot vote for tinmen r women of their choice and llui1piirtifipnic in the selection of nUirers who are to them in halls of congrivs in tate oUieii iri in thir MhonI iii Eiunllinii i it imjle drrnormtir Livti to every white tvs chnncc InviTmncnt bv nieiuis their styles of play Hence the hango to Cyclones And thev cer 10 Number of hnU distributed 5 Instructions in regard to care and feeding of 5 Instructions in regard to care and Teodlntr sf preKchool children 10 to foster parents in regard to euro of orphans in their cure 5 Demonstration and talk given to tho 41 Cluh Girls of Aiken County Nurse Aiken the social g 2 ln Ma on Clllt of Mont on Kuns Salur lay nftrrnoon Martin th u the change They the OUI Weuthury combination right I into tle irrimml rnlling up goals to J nnd uf he 111 all hut two were i brother Millibar It n thc Cjvlon Number of families referred to Ur Win Kodiv Hvnlth otlicer For inociilulions exami nationi hookworm with 1 t nick babies Niniilirr l tiirnuirh the Up III jul exact ived as comrailei Phil by their family physicians Childen suppl daily 1L1 Supplied with milk daily by Mimiiith the I SWeet milk 1 iniirt of Mr J R for Police was or I Inrreny hsiving T number 000 tim tJ2li Th Chief of dered to ismH once this adopted n resolution pro1 vniing for i new form of managei ment ofthe Old Folks Homo The hlmul 14fi ne white to lip np fit executions nnd to nt nbout Aiken property for sale wn He is n inrk uiyr cak ccdored man s weTghi f wennng Aldermnn Ethcredge stated that itho Curb Market committee was now ready to erect n building and Coun cil was nsked to appropriate a sum of money towards this project It wns 1 agreed thnl tho city would appro ipriate dollar for dollar with the civic oignnizations of the city to wnrds this exceeding the sum of It was voted to curb the street on Whiskey alongside f Whitney Park Mr Meyer Hams and made complaint against the bad con Midget Golf Course A Popular Place The Midget Ii f Course opened Ijist Wednesday And than two hundn plnvors games st this fan piny grund been coinpli or her full nnmr irivinjr the nee and niMrr It n year to procure a rcirn iinn from couuty 4wfriktraUtill have not yet regilerii i iv hr that wht onerously oontrihuUvl the were bv periods f ed like can with Mr nn H Dr and par M Murphy Mr Mr and Mrs U Ilulvm lienrv able that they Rulr The of if PEACHES FOR HOSPITAL AmoriCANNERS Sn Auxiliary rnocratic pary weie nmenof Mr and Mr Mr 1 a thnt K Spring Ml eiirll four yenr in ha cm jairvman of Hath Mrs It F HolleV der to vote and McNait farm has Mlv llav lieen inlerpretrd he will lf menu llmt must be ot hl Au management 1 Irico A subscription wn go ten up pians wire submitltl ami ii the fall of a contract was to Mr J V for a building tO by Ml tn ho inolosod so that the building might ho nni completed later on Tho sum to paid was but upon tho completion if his as pasto thnt contract it was decided to com anii wo hupp that ho dilion of the in front of the hir 11 wak ulo Mr on Main n and I OI k i 1U had i r Th imented on thi course It hns ami many bji be truthfully f She prettiest c anywhere nf i and pixy from uVr hin ellence i n well rs more Mtimr iiar prior to Inly JJ She enroilinent and per In barred from voting T hhoove all who uliealy enrled to tik a of she full week and 11 llib Hemoefatic nari I A f lill can or preserve for I lie CounSy kei ien in be 1 Mi ISalii of mis i ly the peachew ma liaiiiys i1 Carolina and t Surolv II in M Kviendit ii Medinne i wns So iewnlk and he hi ol in The S TO REAL FACTS Dillon Editor Says Jim Byrnes fs Some lhng of a plete the house Vfore it was deJi inue to catoti but as nil funds were oxhaus yenrs to come ted it was agreed to mortgage the house for enough to finish Ac cordingly a mortgage was givn for nnd thc hnuse finished Thc dedication rorvice held on thc third Sunday in February Tho mortgage wns paid in full No Pri vcmbpr The land upon which thc church stands and tho cemetery jrrountls wns given by Sum mornll nnd W J Price Rev Arthur continued serve the fhurch prfmhing n month until Septenibor upon his resignation Rrv E E Honin Ti Officer of Millbrook Church Deacons Of the first J C Holley died on July i INHti H ordninod November I in MilUnook church W J Price living July i On PecemMor is IhSC 1 C S lloiicy were eitvtcd iva cons They are both dead An lion Vaheld airain on a time E E l 11 M ii chosen M H by letter Cily Organ Recital at St Thaddeus Church Scholarships Awarded In Second District MaJan i McC of Public called to proach two in month Ho diMiniiPil th Yhurch until Soptpnibor At that tune Rev iravo Knirht va nhrr arr c preerit I i r in yf ar In duriir Kcht cnliod nnd preach f r M 11 and until h i i I i iv r four i i H f it re i i i r i r w r V NOSS FOR THE PRIMARY ll 11 v in t i t H I i U U 2 1 SO 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