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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - September 3, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina Nwljr Couatr UM JvftrMl M4 SATiwr t IJ iiV JF7 i Paper Published Circulation in S SsS COT iiiiiU than jtt ttur JUrt primary 1M7 If wQt mpMNM Ihmr VMM MHl If lUt Will CMtribBfc in ftwt primary M ruAi Unofficially is u For kBfctse JMM iLByn Leon W HMtfe For ffovcTMr D Lew H WUKams W H W W Stooak John J Mahnn For lieutenant rovornor Jnmcs 0 J E Haricjr For of state W P Harry D CaJr ioun For attorney John M r IFoyw XSanit reegiyecTir rimjorjty dared nominated Int ondrace was ordered J Wiley Woodward and C J Hill Norman E CnllunV was nominated in the District He had a ma jority over four opponents J unopposed Coshman will run ovorMin opJHXttd ln No 3 O L Hi AND t2 Beech Hopeweli Wards Nor Shaws McTier No 2 and E Fttlnjcr will HitiieT MCj ond rmc Winj the two highot In A lour eorontred race H B Girvin received the tion tit District No 5 being unoppos L WiflU in District No 6 was nominated wrt T H Jonc and Sawyer C SpirtjK unopposed nom inated in District No 8 D Turner unopposed was nominated in District Nos 9 and Joe Foreman unopposed was nominated in District No 14 H G Barrow in District No 11 was nominated over Edd T Uambo and J W Glover WhitePond Shiloh Wards No 1 Sflverton No Rocky No 2 Chinquapin Silverton No 1 New No 1 Windsor Salioy Aikcn Central 56 if7 9 28 20 tmteiiffei meeting will be held on SatarrJayint 4 crcJock Mr McGnrity urges that every will make classification easier The following is the list of school books First Winstons Primer and Kirst Render Second Grade Winstons Second Render Speller Morrys Little Folks Xo Book Practical Writing No 1 Practical Drawing No 1 Third Grade Winstons Third Render MiCalls Speller Smiths Modern Primary Arithme tic Kinnrils Our Laniruntto Hook No I Shepherds Geography for Bosrin r Toiialt wrttf their with a littlt ooopcration and effort i ror ftnomcy jonn In Districl No 2 j M A Dnniri H Sullivan UJ1 d weired the nomination x Snm W Wolftc t T BS 21 208 48 171 100 301 2W 205 35 19l 51 1218 3825 W Wolftc A J Bnttie Louis A Scarson H Hope J K j Rwcarinifffl M M For rommissioner of s 1 W f L Holsonbake received the C Walter E Baker Henderson Tmylor Auaulted Near Aikcn Chester Lowe and J Ramie I M M Smith for rotton weigher jut WaEenrr unopposed the nomination ty it Number of Colored Men When AUemplpd lo Quell Disturbance Tavlur who Fire Department Reorganized Friday Swimming Meet At Aiken Pool S E Nrw Awarded to Miiny Coritctl RcauUttlont At n special iy riii I held on Kridav niirli the Aikn J W NW a D 1 Smith I M Wl The Exeeutivo Cnmmittre met in j j nipht j Vluirhm ycstcrdny ami The dnrttio wcr rmlinr a Hi nii i The MntiKipiil pool for nf th1 iifci tiers Practical Writinjr No 2 Practical Prnwintr No Thomas Spellini Ulank Fourth Grade Fourth Header MiCalls Speller Mmlern Ir Kinards Our No 1 Smiths Human Health Practical AVritiiut rrncluul Ontvvitif Fifth Kinaril Uur No 2 Stittth1 Vlv Anth PI HIIOIV of r S j can be made into die moat beautiful fcer should be a joj to the visitorsas it will be in Al ready work has been betrun trrass in ovcry park in the city arid to beautiful them with shrubbery and plantinirs The Miniature Park Contest1 sponsored by the Flower Show Com mittee provea very inter estinK one nnd should be entered by all tho who wish to see Aiken made more beautiful Muybe you drmt fwiTnrpoble of plan or maybe you will say Oh I havent time for such as that Let someone else do But stop and think All of us have more latent ability than we ttiink we have and it is always Uje busiest person who finds the tiimt do the worth while hires of life All of us have Civic pride Every resident of Aiken should rejoice in this miivement to add to its nttrac tiveness and t the resultant pride y jnj com to eaih and every one living within thu hounds of the City The ommitue hopes to hear from in hinear future who will n ittter this It is wiiiiiiiur lit to supply trays li to Iniilf the niiniii tiri for those wishititc to cn tT nmde find irt onier to know hoxv ninny to order Mri II C Mrlxnn Cliainnnn wish in xpertinK I nur to notify her f is phinif Kic in yHir nnme irJ for itufi Ho Vluirhm ycstcrdny ami l count will mnal Race mrt of thi1 pllprr wil Th j civini in frrnt his the full nf rach rnndidntf Tho hwim ii slop it whrn if The rejiirtis vole ir a whok variis wry iitfj him with rlul Smith in the race for are Aman j from the trbulatinn as jmlilihed tlu lodfed in jail hut lari Hair 12032 Williams KOS1 iday following the election lokitu for who made his rrae pin Henry y N K Mr Wcrk Withdraw was till o I W Smith 5 K I Many Improvements hii hii u fvv Untmr I No Ti s race m 0 tiiat h Spen Pumpiitg Stfttion pi itnjiry After this question hr prrmitted i W Smith 5 y j K II K Mr S K Davi lected J and hi w n fixed a Prmitird tn withdraw hi Summer Closing t I nnnie and not he second Hours Endir Knmhill i 1 truck driver of the city imt have j A new set of on Wednrvday adopted hy counci and noons will r The Commission of Public Work j ti has recently completed an of the water mains erected a Sirei The noons wlil timv trmain opin The at pump station and re APPEAL FROM SOCIAL WORKER n built coal improve i inv ir niiiid tif i mcnts cost over and have nditor Journal r i r I I rnwro fccmi A v been paid for out of the earning of kinn U hv u o the system public for for chil Over a feet of MX inch wat all and for 1h er miin been laid on Uayne for n ov who Mt Herrv avenue and Hijrhland Park romi next 1 s CONGRESSMAN HARE EXPRESS ES GRATITUDE TO VOTERS nml three additiiral fire hydranti j Fire protection has heen friven to property heretofore unpro The shule at the pump lion has been rebuilt at i cost o The railroad company this v A Villdim has been At the pumi atiin for the fireman at n New yi 1 am I S viii GIRL SCOUT MEETING AM Cirl i CIVIC LEAGUE NOTICE II Kilb lull Westbury Wins Golf Tournament I f wo PlnyTt from rjAtffthurg Enfpr tlir linaU and Wfitbury Wini ht at Miiljtet v of over Mr 1 i iompo tiil nf of these ti next on the lilth Tina xvifo a i urc in1 h The CARD iROl M F Bl1 PERRY YOUR BOY OR GIRL mm TO GUECF M iiiv pr i i i M r KTSH O C H fM I I I P A sfvrn A 4 MrJ viil ii ii wi f i ri K W ONLY From September 1930 to Jisnc 1931 JUST LIKE A LETTER FROM HOME i i I II N h
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