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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - July 16, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                 f I  Nearly **ery family in Aiken County reads the Journal and  Review.  ©hr lotrmal a ml ttebieto  ar  ,    _    \    '    *T    ~    t    •    *    WI >    •-«**    '  - -•»    —» me jattrrml and Review *  Circulation in Aiken County  VOL. 60-NO. 29  AIKEN, S, C., WEDNESDAY, JULY lo. 1930  CURB MARKET  Sims     RE-ORGANIZE    THE    Swimming    Pool  TO BE OPENED ^  8 ’"  J “PABK COMMISSION  p ™r'“ ls »'*  $2.00 a Year 5c a Copy  PLANS PERFECTED  Grand Juror W#» Related to Attacked Man; North Augustan Absent  TO ENROLL  TO MARK CITY STREETS  Health Department lisped* Pool and Analyses Water I rsqurn tly-  Bostwick Brother, REPORT OF THE  Are Polo Heroes  SOCIAL WORKER  TIME CROWS SHORT  Building to ba Erected by City VV hen the case of Serge ant M S. M an y Matters of Importance Come According I" Heal’ i Officer, the Execute# Committeewoman Point* Council and Civic Organisations Him*, whose residence is North Ail- Before Council at Monthly Moot-  C * ty  Aiken ha*. OIH of the afe.it °«« Importance of Voting This  i B| ,    *n<l    moat    sanitary* diriniming pools in    Year.   _j    the    vicinity. Ftte^aent inspection*    -  Chamber of Commerce and the Ex- with assault and battery with intent}      'are    made    and an analyse* of the wa-    Alerting the belief that more men  .    .    __, ..     ,    _    ....    ...    __. .    I    ity    Council    discussed    a    number    of    .  gusts, and Private Davilla Griffin, U. With the leadership of the Aiken .S. soldier at Fort Moultrie, charged ,  tension Workers, and the co-opera- to kill, and assault with intent to tion of the other civic bodies, an Al- rob, in the attacked on Edward Rice, ken County Club Market Association Bamberg* filling station operator, was will lie organixed within the next few called for trial in the sessions court months, the plan being to open the at Bamberg Thursday morning, R. L. market by September 15th, operat- Gunter, of Aiken, counsel for Sims, ing it about two hours a day two days moved to quash the indictment on in each week, likely from 8 to IM a. the ground that one of the grand  rn. Tuesdays and Saturdays.  jurors acting on the indictment was  important ™m.r, at thr Titular' 'T  wr * *•» **• «•    it-    >«    »"*•    •» th. approach.  mc,.tin* on Mondav nnrht    l’ 1 *™''    " f    fu * iy A ' "" " *'  th * "* >’ nm,r "-  lh ""  wom ** n ’ >*' v, ' lv  »»  Dr. B. C. McLean .ppr.rrd before 't*'’T*'  r “" nt  '*  rai »" 1  «**' «    " f  * hp     " W   ,,    ___ slight    Iv or any other evidence of im. eligible to vote if they will but are  the meeting as a messenger represent- *    ,    .    .     n    01     ,    ...    .  mg Mrs W B Turner of the Civic  1 y ouml the old Wat '  r  '*     fanilhar    w,th    the  Primary rules,  Laavue. R. G. Ta«»nt 'of the Cham- |° U ‘  fr ™ h  «“r -tee piped in. 'lr-. L. ll.    Democratic    ct-  bac of Commerce ami ll. ti. Ander- 1 0 " , ’' r '  h “ v '  8ls "  b,< '"  im ' n h >  ,h "    committeewoman, appealed to  (Health Department to admit no per ' r ’ , ‘  w  ‘nun of the slate to pri-pare  sin, df the Kiwanis club, tilting these organizations deplored the present  son or persona- until they have had  tl>  participate in the party elections  1 the infection to other*.  There will be a building erected » first cousin of Rice. After argu- j    .    .    *    a    thorough    clea-ing    bath    with    soar)     an ^ ‘ 1iu '    rightful place  ........    ,    .ii ti.    .    .    , .. condition of the city parks: that the 1     swapi  by the civic bodies and the City of :  merit, Judge Johnson sustained the    *    and water. No one .ifferin* from state and national politics.  »•»    ..    _ .. .. ,    ,    , ..    .    ,,    .    .    park commission does not function, I     K    Inm ‘    ,    „    ,, ,    .  Aiken on the City lot on Newbern* motion mw* quashed the indictment. ;    ,    .    skin diseases, sore eye- r discharg- I* rom source- w bu h may be re-  Street between the swimming pool Sheriff Iladwin was communicated * n  * >unci o ta e s nm ps     ar0 a j| 0W4 , ( j  in { } 1( . pool,  al1( j carded a- absolutely reliable, I have  and the City office Building, for    the    with by a detective who    informed the ° Tu™! .J ,     < ont    l    lon *    ^ ‘  r ‘9 utst -     [V vhen barred    for this    reason,    may    not    learned    that    there    are    approximately  use of tho Club Market.    sheriff that Sims could    not Im pre-!    ,    .*ommission    el er    re-or-j un yj    «| ven    a     certificate    bv    ■    ^bO.OOO    women    in    the    state    who    •<!-  ■ (j  t     ATH IT 17-1 1  OF SO nu* new nlgn j.t ITA FIC «    w  v     try    m    •  Under the plan the Chamber of    j sent in court, aa    he was under    arrest    ^ t be ad »    .    re^mt aide physician, stating that they * c u #u>med to th# voting syatem and  Commerce and other civic bodies will in Charleaton on a charge of larceny.  m * r ' H * fonu 1 >e  opt«< . t 1 i\< op    longer capable of soreadinc qualifv In onrolhng on the club rolls  prfvid. th. pl.*., .ml h.lp ke.p pp I It I. .»««! that h. ,t,,l, . quantity "     tb **    ' hat     '    '* dmK   loco int«r,st in th. p.troi»g. of th. . of coup.r win. in Kinitstr...    *' ''    a, .x  , .    ...    ,    .     T v    .. ,1 pi red. and it is likely that new mem-  market, It is proposed that all ho-    *ne case now    goes    over    to the .    ....    *.  tels, boarding houses, schools, retail    September term,    when    a new    indict*  groceries, and other institutions will    ment will be prepared.    Sims    is now  be asked to have representatives    on     ou l  on  bond of Id,500.    Judge John-  the market each day, many of them    * on  fixsd bond for Griffin in the sum  already pledged their support. These, $1,500.  with the individual consumers of Al-    —-    -  ken and the community should pro “Wee House” owned by Mrs. Mat-  Dr. Bodle, the Health Officer,  vide a substantial outlet for the pro- tie Hail, located on th** Augusta-Ai-duce of Aiken County farms and gar- ken road has been leased to Mr. O.  den*.  Continued on page eight  D. McKay, of the Northeastern Contraction Co., who has the contract for the erection of the Gassier house.  in the communities where they live. Wonderful Opportunity  hers will lie appointed    *    states    that    the last analyses of water! ‘' Th “  A,>Ht that WH *  (lon «‘  In  <’ r *  .ami    ,    4    .    , J from the pool showed that it was a1- ganmng the women and pleading  Dr. McLean, who is president of    I    .    v won iv was ai  „    .    most pure enough    to drink    He pon-     w,th  them    to    use    tile    ballot    in the last  the ( hamber of Commerce, stated 1    .    ...    .    ,    .  . i , ,u us ut    *    ,    sider*    it    a    hundred    times    -afer    for    tf<*n«*ral    election was gratifying initial other cities help support the lo-'.    ,     w,rr    Ior     sri  riathmg purpose*    than the    average    deed, but    there    is a    more    wonderful  pond, creek or stream u « d    daily by    opportunity    for    them this summer,  the public.    When    a    Unit**! States senator, seven   1    .    .    ■.__ congress    men, and state officer* from  governor right on down the line, are to be elected or re-elected, if women of the -.tate are interested rn her  cal organization*, but that the Aiken city council had never donated to the Aiken Chamber of Commerce, He a ked that when the budget was prepared fi I next year that an appropriation be made for thi- purpose He als ) stated that street markers were badly needed. a> visitors to the  Ornie Martin  Make* His Escape  devlopment and in solution of the governmental problem*, they should  MILLBROOK CHURCH HISTORY  Oct. 5, 1884 to July 6, 1930  1 ON CHUI i not find street*. ( ..lined y- ,    a.~     h     .    t    ,    ,    ,,    .ii    *    ,  I.ct* Awny from Chain Gang No. 2 ’ake advant ire of the ballot, tote f >r agreed v 1 th him on thn matt. r and r-    .    _  .,    ,,    *    ,,    Convicted at May Term of Court  the May. r appointed Aldermen Uni-j  ley, Ktheredge anil Dychea a committee to look into the matter.  Ornie Martin, col  Some few years before the orgamz- the biggest factors in holding the ing of Millbrook Church, there hail little band together. Its being re-or-been a school carried on in a school ganized and graded January, 11*21, house not far from where Mdbrook put new life into it and more enthu-churrh now stands, also a Sunday siasm into the community in general, achool conducted by different leader*, j In July, lt*2l, the Senior B. Y. P. U  A letter was read from Mr. (’. IV ‘ ^ ain *T.ing No. 2, <>s< ap. , Johnson in regard to Council -ellin.- * av a ,, ' rr ' 0 " n  abot^l •> partof Beaufort street and ordering h*" no*^been captured. Ma him to remove his barns. (This let-    ^     a ’ ,t-     Bell's    gamr,  ter was iiublished in the Journal and  ai)uu! s * v '' miles south«;  nvict on ii Satyr ■ck, and 1 bel ng rn h camped et Of Mont-  Renew some weeks ago. ) The May-;  mori ' ,u ‘*»  on l he Runs I reek. Salui or was directed to answer this letter afternoon Martin w« ut into the after consulting with the city atter-1     w ' t ^     a     »ru»r«l t     w    wa-    unarm-   n(>v     <*d.    and    when    some    di    lance    from    |  The Mayor brought out the infor*.J c * m,) ' convict fled.    )  Arthur Butat, of Black- fornicjanti it P.ayci av.,a, part  Ville, is. Ct was asked to preach in rn the life of the church. „ the school house once a month.    Rev.    Byron Gunter held a meeting  It was then decided to organize a in August, 11*21. Electric light- were church. Consequently, letter* of iii*- put in the church ab 'Ut that time, mtsieion were obtained ivy 4-1h*s# rn.tim-adding    looks, value and usefulness  neighborhood, from their churches And although but one new member and on Sunday, October 5, 1884, Mill- wa.- added to the church it was a brook church was organized with the splendid meeting, following members: W. J. F’rice, Ja- was formed and cont.nues to serve at nie E. Price, Lizzie Weatherford, T. all meetings.  J. Rankin, Emma Rankin, J. C, Hoi- Rev, E. F, Hail"* stay with us as ley, Olivia Holley, Ann Rankin, Mary pastor was enjoyed by all and was of Rankin, Elizabeth A. Burckhalter, A. la-ting benefit. Everyone hated to J. Price, America A.  (IOO uncollected taxes for the year  11*21*. The Chief of Police was or- '  ,arn ’ n >'- having stolen « mincier of dered to issue executions and to at !’"< ketbooks from a.iies about Aikep. once advertise this property for sale. ' a . s  ^Mi nced • , four years.  Council ad op te<l a resolution pro-1    ' R  * <Ta FE g i ’ ire r a k <  viding for a new form of manage-1 nian *  a,M,ut     years    oTd.  ment of the Old Folks Home. The  al>out 145  Bound . and left  colored weighs i earing  A church choir  n,nv buanl Wl11 Cunsist of (,n «* white  S!,a< ' kl ' , ' i anf * f 01   lot he:  arni twos colored trustees, to be appointed by the Mayor.  Alderman Ktheredge -lated that) the t'urb Market committee was now I ready to erect a building, and Coun-1  Midget Golf Course  A Popular Place  Wise, Mary part with him, and all were glad of  Cil VVas Hsked to  «PP^>Pnate a -urn of Wise, Julia Holley. Josephine Cow- his later return to welcome him and    'wards    i.-    projeit.    it    was  ard and D, ll. Crosland. sixteen mem- hi- bruit on a short visit.  priate  liers. W. J. Price ami J. C. Holley, The pulpit was tilled a few times former deacons of Town Creek only after Mr. Bait's departure until church and D. H. Crosland formerly Rev. R. IL McKinnon came to in in  a deacon of Treadwav Church, were November, 11*22. We were delighted elected aa deacons and W. J. Price with him and called him at once. formerly clerk of Town Creek church Brother McKinnon continued with us was elected clerk. Rev. Arthur until May I, li*2fi when he resigned Buist was called to the pastorate, and we were without a pastor.  Steps were at once taken to    build    On    August 22.    l‘.*2*>, Dr.    E. E.  a house of worship. A building    coin-    Bomar came to us    and held a    meet-  mittee was appointed, consisting of ing continuing until August 2t*th. It A. J. Wise, J. C. Holley, D, H. Croft- was a splendid meeting, well attend-land, T. J. Rankin, T. W. Coward and ed and the church was greatly re-\V . J. Price. A subscription was got viced. ! >ur were added to the church \'" u     ‘    [[[ ! a! Kl1   ten up, plans were submitted and in by ba ti rn. The Sunay school was the fall of 1885 a contract was bu kept up and conference was held to Mr. J. V. George for a building regularly and contributions kept up .*10 by 50 to be inclosed, so that the and on February 13, lt*27 thi church building night be used and completed c: ten led a call to Rev. J_ W. Ham later on. The sum to be paid was'morn!, who accepted and preached $800,00, but upon the completion of his first sermon as pastor May 8, that contract, it was decided to    com-. 11*27,    and we hope    that he will con-  plete the house before it wa-    de ii-    tinue    to he our pastor for    main  fated, but as all funds were exhau-- years to come, ted, it was agreed to mortgage the house for enough to finish it. Accordingly, a mortgage was given for Deacons: Of the first deacons. J.  $345.00 and the hou«e wa* finished.  1  • Holies died on July 3, I hm». I*. Receipts The dedication rervice was held on H. ( rosland wa- ordained November the third Sunday in February, 1886. , -L 1886 in Millbrook church. W. J. D al The mortgage was paid in full No- Brice i> -till living (July ti, 11*30). Disbur-ement vembcr 1887. The land upon which Un December 18, 1886 J. C. Goorgi the church stands and the cemetery and S. K. Holley were elected (lea grounds was given by Henry Sum- cons. They ate both dead. An els-.-merall and W. J. Price.    tion was hold again on Februarj 5  Rev. Arthur Buist continued to HGI ut which time K. E. Woodward serve the church, preaching once a and J. H. Burckhalter and M ll month until September 181*4 upon his George were chi -en. M ll. George resignation. Rev. K. E. Boma! was was dismissed by letter, having moi called to preach two Sundays in the cd away. I he other two are serving  appro-  dollar for dollar” with the iirani/.ation    f thi cit> to  wards this purpose, not exceeding the sum of $2(MI.()0.  It was voted to curb the street on Whiskey ad alongside of Whitney Park.  Mr. Meyer Harris appeared and made complaint again-t the bad condition of the sidewalk on Main ii.-et in front of the John-on and Loomis buildings; that -omc weeks ago Mrs. Barns fell int * a hole and badly IU- also ‘atet! that Mr \\ L, M Uh \ had a cm:,u dog that bit a y*i mg child some veek* ago. This dog generally 'act I in front if the owner's residet •»•. The tieet comntitt» e was direct! d t<* I ave owner- repair -slew alk; and the <’ tv t'lerk was directed to write Mr keep his dog off the  The Midget G last Wednesday than two hundri games at this fie The managemen mented on the <  f Course opened cuing and more pinvers enjoyed iting play ground. aas been campit * silence of the  course. It has been well designed, and many objects Cum ha-., been  placed about title truthfully -ai i  the prettiest con' anywhere.  Each afterno-o coui is bec on anil players ar* from sun *undii game- here,  On We-lnesda from 3 •  ground-. I hat this ii -es to blind evenitu . r  more p* nming to ’.owns * o  the men or women of their choice, and 'bus pur'kcipate in the selec;ioa if officers who are to -erie them in the halls of emigres-, in tate »ffict-in < "oiomb a, in ’ -•or county and  School I ti et*.  '’Unrolling is a simple proves*, and i - thoroughly dom omit :r in prinnplr I! t    ■    hi    Ii    '    -    - I  years >M or >!der, chance to take part in government bl* means of the vote. All that *s required is that each and every eligible* person go to the plu m in the voting precinct where the enrollment books are* kept, and writs hi- or her full name, giving the age and home address, I* i- not ne- *-s--ary this year to procure a registration certificate from lh** * **ut*( v imard ration, *h»i f*** ;:««. have not yet regi-tere*d, it ii adv!-able tha’ they do so,  Rule* of Party  ‘‘The rule- of the South Carolina Democratic party wen* amended in I'.*28 -o as to provide* that votei* should enroll every four years in or der to vote id the primaries, Du amendment ha.** been interpreted to mean that enrollment must be made prior to July 22.  “Tuesday week i- the la.-’ d... for the enrollment, and persons wk" have not enroller! by that lime will be barred fr>>m voting. Therefore • behoove- all citizen?, who ii.IVV already enrolled, to take advan'-u*' of the la-’ full week and get 'heir names on til* chil) i oils  “A- stiifi Democratic excnpivc committeewoman. I wan' • peciallv  G#t Se*rnt*«n Goal* in Gtmt at  Meadow Brook.  The more polo fat?* see of Pete Bostwick, tbs Lilliputian steeplechaser, the more convinced they become that he 1 * quite likely to be among the exclusive few upon whom the I nited States will rely to repulse the English invaders in September.  Among the strapping mallet-swingers who clutter Long Island’s polo field the 125-pound Bostwick looks like a Tom Thumb. But he can tide with the best of ’em, and his eye for the goal is as accurate a Kit ( arson’s wa- a bullseye.  Ever since Tommy Hitchcock added the young horsemen to the -quad of players from whom will be selected the international team this diminutive rider has been roughousing the opp. lion with the brilliant horsemanship he customarily displays in steeplechasing. Thursday, when he rode at No, 2 for the Aiken Cyclones in one of the four games played in ‘he Hempstead Cups tournament at the Meadow Rj*ook Club, was no ex caption to the rule.  Bostwick* Get 17 Goal*  Bostwick"* team ent -I the tournament under the name it Halycnns, but at the last minute derided that appellation wasn’t appropriate to their styles of play. Hence the change to Cyclones, And thev certainly JU-lifted the change. I'hev ran the Did W e-tbury combination right mil) th* ground, rolling up I:* goals D> I, and ! the It* all hot (vin were made bv fete Bostwick and hi* brother, Dunbar,  It VV.., a pr,I,. -ion f . th,. ('ye I on  *>■ When one Boatwu-k wa-n't whang :.g ;hi ball through tin up rights, a- other one was. fete gut ' ’ ' fil’-it UUi'-, Hut i..~ i-:  V  !  more afti-n, urn e to bt t xii t. Both of course, received ton oderable a-. si Hi.in ci fi im sh- lr t oniradi , Phil bdl hart and BoMiy Gerry, w ho rode off tin* opposing horsemen to give the sharpshooter* rat m for aceumte fire.  The game wa* played "on the fiat,”  but the tv-nit denied to show that the nam.mapper* were n-tigntatic. The Cy. lone*- -con- by periods look jed like I golf card with birdie* 3’s  and par I *.  FREE PEACHES FOR HOSPITAL CANNERS  Mr. Ii (, \\ at-on, of Ridge Spring, who ha bought the peach crop* from the < r< land ani McNair Finm* has annoumod that he will Im -iad to give free peaches to arty one who w di can or pricerve (hi in for I he A. ken County Hospital.  I his evil i vu off. r mu-t he acc. pi • ii imnn-dia?t'iy or the peact i will all I"* ow!-, j ;i ,    riiay be ohtan *    I    from  Hi    I b/abv’h    Bailey - oflin-    in the  Bank    of U . lei n Carolina and    ig.ir  D mi    I at i ai I*    . Surely t ho    w    itrn ti  of Aik- u wit' take advan’age of ti. oppor* ut • to - , lo oui hospital  FOR MONTH OF JUNE  Much Charitable Work Done During the Pa*t Month  Number of families investiftted, 20.  Number of interviews with clients, patient-, neighbors and interested individuals, 165.  Number of conflue nces with physician.*, 6.  Numbe* of families supplied with grocer V- yr erm i-gencie*, (I.  Number of individuals on the. pension, supplied with groceries weekly, 14.  Number of articles of clothing supplied and distributed to needy families, IOO.  j Number of pairs of -hoes supplied  *  IO.  Number of hats distributed, 5.  Instructions in regard to care and feeding of babies, 5.  Instructions in regard to care and feeding of pre-school children, IO.  Instruction- to foster parent* in regard to care of orphan*, in their care, 5.  Demonstration and talk given to the 4 II Club Girls of Aiken County, by .Mrs. I-amar, Head Nurse Aiken County Hospital and by the social srrvire work* r.  Number <»f familii - referred to Dr. VV rn. G. Bodle, Medical lh aith officer. 2<* For inoculations, examination- v hookworm treatment.  Numb! r -upplii I VV '*' yeast, I.  Number of sick habit - supplied with medicim and food, as ordered by their family physician-, J,   1  hildren supplied with hvo-i milk, daily, 12  Supplu'd with I quart af sweet milk, daily, bv Mr. J. R. Parker, through thi* Epworth league of Langley, I man.  A -I- tam e    to    Dr.    NV ill jam    <1. Robie and    Miss    Nentue    McMaster, with  tic Tuberculosis Clinic.  Following are the names of those who so generously cont-rihuted, eitker  ^    ll. \ Ti!    mg : lie  month  r  fun!  M'■ and Mr* Geo. ll. Mead, Dr.  .VU Morphs ai -I Iii Neighbors, Mr, anti Mrs. O B. Hutson, Mr.;, Henry Cappleman, President State American lav ion \ uxdiary ; State \meri-can 1/egioji \uxiliary, Miss Sarah 1’eet, Mr. and Mn Ell vs anis, Mr. Hu-kell    Jordan,    Mr    J It,    Parker,  dairyman f Bat! Mi It. F. Holley, Hill"- Cafi‘t<-ria, Mi-/ Mary Ravenel, tin Mai ac* nu r ‘ if the \ ken County Mill*, the Bakeries of Au-gu-tu and Mr. Kb-hki' Stauhea,  Expend ture for June:  Fowl    $1211.27  sh. It. r    5,(10  Mi.*difim    2 6*5  Office CV p. .; -1•    5,55  Im iii-*n' ii    s ‘j7  t ’ - a d on Page Four  pillar,  \ iken  to urge taki ? iii   1 ,w i.o . n  '* ;* tv ' '  a p  M.d  street  Tho  Officer* of Millbrook Church  I- w ng reports wa r< City Finance*  Babin. ** J une I * t  OETTING KWK TO REAL FACTS  Dillon Editor Says Jim Byrnes is “Some* th.ng of a Statesman.*'  f r low  I ■ < IB-Mild I I vt per- -I aint!  1  ap .lame I Bv ■ ■ .  'll! tai bu I g .v • m i can I Ida)  (HI  $ I 9,833.6 -4 1,3 ! 0.62  $61,1 I 4.3(1  54,ou2,23  Balance on hand     m  - ti,n 4 2.01  (During tint month note- wore re TH'W cd amount mg to y io.OOo » •  (ommmion of F’ublic Work*  J uni I  Organ Recital at     d     i r   St. Thaddeus Church Scholarships Awarded  In Second District  I’d rte  Pa a  Roe e  month. He continued to supply th** church -until September 1897. Vt that time, Rev, Graves L. knight «a -calleil and continued C* preach I r u-until September .11*24), twenty threi fears.  In 1909, during Brother Knight’s pastorate, the church building wa greatly man led bv the addition of four Sunday school rooms, a steeple, steel ceding, wall* papered, repainted sui rt— improve-tiruts at a I if $1,373.15  kb ..rn the time Rev Grave* I. Knight lf ft u* untik Febtnary, 19TU we were w h at » pastor At time*, it seemed very dtsoourwg ng and ex reft fay * few condition#, the -lurch might h#ve almost ; sbai led Of eau rev the Sandal *« hoot wa# awa if  t ii I  i    i Id,  ii    OI  • un-ii at pi .--ent, Again, an-ct i 'n on (ictobi-r 25, 11*25 ii-*jitmg in thi* election  $9.03 I -*    421.  $9, I 55  v’ the  I Hadji* ll- J IV! -  day Mi* Mildr . fit at Sweet Br w .ll g:\e an or  ( ..ail :-po.  - a t bdl fit n  following i- rt i *r C*luii( —" I ’ W a" -.  (lf for • u V —•  n ng  servui at  j- .1 i hurch on I Met"teary, a ■  s chool, in \ rg if recital.  A <  I- ing in organ , .’eat prnmi . .  : roc arn ale” l.y  gro M*dt I Nfi n il .  ma,  M*.  nil d  I ■  ■ ■ •’    in. 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