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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - September 10, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina tenfly ht Cwmty wrft No Pmpw Publwhed in this LoeaKty the Journal and Reviewi Circulation in ASten County O SEPTEMBER 10 1930 BYRNES S SENATOR BLACKWOOD LEADSWR 60VERNOt S B WUlianu Elected to the of Rep Elected County BOS kad an4 alcviy tot it ia been BythM was very and it nwy Mm Myrtle by Executive commit Bltckwoocl Johnstort S B Williams over B K Kecnan by a vote of 4100 to J Wiley Woodward was elected Commissioner over C J Hill by a vote of to 1443 elected Mogis Dan was trate in Dist No 4 Fnlmer Sawyer si UG Salley 88 186 loatti to the Mrs Saydcr movinc out of In and can not tMMhunity thebelp of Misa Bailey and years made for the entertainment of Council of Farm Women which meets with this club at Tabernacle church on September 20th After the business session a At a mMtiBff of the Comralation Public Worlu last IVranday retolution adopted ordering a on all bilk doc Oct 1 This reduc in to the rctnlar cash discount cent was Also orderedon the service charge for those living out side the city limits People living outside of the city have a sewer to pay of 25 per cent of the amount of water The Commission also on record as favoring an inspection fee of 50 cents when new plumbingJB installed and also requested thatthe ordinance requiring plumbers to be properly bonded be enforced The Commission has stated many UNOFFICIAL STATE AND COUNTY VOTE For For mf Rfp lUt COM A W 5 J o I I d G t T3 Jjimgley Sajley Millbroolc No vnc i 111 r times that ak noon as they could Ho social hour was enjoyed during j so that they would make n reduc Umc the hostess served de j which Hjditful refreshments 1G9 222 Chester L Lowe was elected istruW 5n No 13 by a vote of HO to DD Tar f Ramie Yoncc T R Jonos was in Jo 7 by a vote of 244 to 100 Sawyer Jones 129 90 McTter 1 43 122 McTier No 2 24 32 American Team LangleyBath School Opened On Monday The Puhiic Sdiools opened on Monday Sept they tion in water charces All new additions that arc re quired at this time have been com pleted and the commission has no deMfeto collect more money than i absolutely necessary The following nrc the tcachctT for the cominK year Hich Butland Principal Tl D JfccltrtoanT Charlton Talbcrt Miwi Flom Belle Elliot Miss Bcrnice ivauch ilisa Lidie Davis Miss Elizabeth Frecland Miss Bur nett Willetra Fort Mrs A J New Term Begins Millbrook No 1 Seivern Silverton No 1 Shaws New Bath White PbnTl Hocky SprinR Wards No 1 McTier No 2 365 2 35 130 103 154 52 17 146 28 130 64 356 70 95 217 24 9 23 401 40 08 J10 44 OS 1202 70 94 109 75 218 81 249 210 29 52 02 247 207 119 146 38 9 04 371 100 78 45 80 225 41 10 117 7K 1074 65 79 192 34 110 18 26 225 179 13 22 34 76 140 118 107 43 11 64 187 142 74 39 71 131 15 7 17 87 34 SI 8 83 50 44 144 265 66 86 64 181 48 160 t3 131 100 251 18 7 20 585 13 42 22 08 225 52 61 33 33 133 nsi B 82 62 184 57r 307 48 31 167 230 37 26 30 64 15G 111 140 34 1G 101 70 411 108 34 ID 40 4S UK 20 38 67 64 119 67 35 22 122 126 AS 157 96 549 120 103 223 28 2 54 612 58 40 12 17 43 32 21 10 3 it 8 620 122 164 57 194 880 7 85 28 164 A 125 37 100 105 37 5fi 89 26 50 11 GO At Aiken Institute 57JIJ5 Si on AJKEN COUNTY The Aikcn Institute Monday raorninsr tinder circumstancbs on the most j The full MANY DESTROYED Tommy Hitchcock Sheriff Langley Grammar School W R itseems that thr capacity uf the Liquor in the Banks Principal MlH Alice Daniel America with another combina tion of four young horsemen riding like the centaurs of old jrallopeu off victorious in the first match with Groat Britain for the historic in cup The final ncore was 10 to 5 hi favor of the whiteclad riders ted by Tommy Hitchcock and it came close to being a complete rout in the final halL A colorful crowd officially esti mated at the greatest that witnessed a polo match saw the Americans come from behind gain a kad of 5 to 3 in the first half and then with a spectacular finish double their advantage in the last four periods As a result their derisive tri umpli th American team is now a prohibitive Kavorite to capture the svcrics in two straight games and suc nnd Thomas Martin of Boston cejsfully defend the trophy they have Sunday evcninc on a charge held for ten years It wns the of wrecking the School seventh straight xictory for the bouse and destroyingthe piano Miss Carnlinc Blount Airs II M Trowell Mrs W H Lawton Mrs J R Parker Mis Ella Ergle Miss Richard inc Iarkcr Miss Marguerite Johnson Miss Elln Padgett Bath Grammar H Owens Principal Miw Mac Johnsun Mrs R Riser Miss Lois Lord Mis Jeannette Miller Miss Mcllcne Mrs F L Armstrong Mrs Hlanche Gate Miss Elizabeth Boysworth Mrs Bertha Davis Price Arrested For Wreck ing School House Tiro from the d to the North Con Crime Deputy Sheriff Beau ford arrested Jas W Smith of Fall River United States over EnEtaml in cup competition since The sec ond match is scheduled next Wed nesday The twin stars of Saturdays tri umph for America were Eric Icdloy of California playing nt Xo 1 in first international match and 22year old Karle A S Hopping justified his belated ycWtion by Captain Hitchcock for the vital Xo 2 position by spectacu larly Supported from the backfield by two men were way and when making their they struck Uchoo is tnxed as students crowded into every department The oprninic exercises were hrld in the auditorium which was packed with patrons ind cholnrs Superin tendent McGnrity presented County Superintendent of Education K I Smith who a ccriptunl after which Dr P J McLean lead the assembly in prayer P F Henderson formally opened the school term in n talk to teachers and pupils He referred fr the splendid new addition to the buildinjr and asked for full co operation of every one to make the term a success j HP introduced Sta Senator John j F Williams who made the speech I of the occasion He paid a splendid tribute to the late D S Henderson I who cave so much of hi time to the It huildinir of the school you The organization of i Was beincr made this week within a soor few davs this will be completed das recitations bejruTi The enrollment this year ror in he irfrer hnn ever Jnil On was made in th tion of the river and IiKlirallnn jtroyed Five hove of bre ing nbont rallons found The still not in Examination For Winthrop Schdlarship An exnminntion held nt the Aikcn Houio on Tuesday Si ptember i a nt Wiuthnip collrire Those JakitllT the rxniitinnion were Lila TJiorjie iillicnne IMith Pella 1 and MarKlIzaTiVtli Th result1 if the eMinnnation Savannah School Begins At Graniteville PLANNING FOR CURB MARKET MOMMY Of OTY COWd NEW FIREMCM aR at Strictly City Council was kept in wsiwion liglit iimny matters of importance cominc up for consideration Dr B C McLean a of the Pack Commitwgn mu prwNmt to diacnst project of famine new park on street from the Presbyterian corner to the Dfbbfe Memorial Li brary He IMPORTANT MEETING THURSDAY to Be Opened Saturdny nf And The ShcriiT Buys H Gulln While Sheriff Howard was near C W C Uy last Saturday hHad A new experi ence Secirtir a darkey he asked him where he miirht buv some and contracted for one imllon The man hurried aunv and soon the whiskey in a Fmk The Sheriff asked him if the whiskey jood ami darkey replied the next tinihcr Thr Mi Mr i Mary Ma rente work Tueiday with enrollment of HIU compose the 1t A 1st H MIT 1st C Sadye A Mrs JennnetSr Mr Minnie tJiiatOe Mr Kvsie A Aikcn county thPy ramped near Plunkrtts pond and Cot on A jag They tried to KCt into several filling stations and homes of people nnd finally went into the school building They found an axe in the building nnd proceeded to hack the piano to pieces knock the window sashes Federal Officers Destroy Stills Four Found Many Found Nf Two While Pond and break up several scats and desks This happened Sunday af ternoon and several people heard the noise Mr Beaufort was called Federal officer Robinson drews nnd Walter Sheppard de tilli in Aiken oun their iohirhittinfir captain Hitchcock j and arrested these two yountr men and by their almost equally binsrhit j tirijr hnrriridinjf Winston Guest the American forward pair constantly harafped the British defenw Pedlpy led both teams in scoring with five poals Four of them camin the first period Iloppinsr contributed hitting In a conversation with 1 nportcc from this paper thev admitted lear mp up the and hack ing the piano to pieces When why they did this thev were unabl to tell The officers said hey under the influence of AV d four irk On Sunday on C ound Top n was dnr1 Creek ciist a 1 JO yed The still the same kind that you if course tin was mistaken in his custoi soon whrn Howard shoved him into an ile and rnshod to the jail The darkey wji Williams nnd the thai he was wan for murder years niro On Sunday of Bnniwel came for the Morris Newton was Rush chnnrrd wiib havinvr in his He wai f onehalf gallon and one pr Near KHcnton Sheriff HownH onehalf irallon saw him pour wax arrested I o dark Jav InrVcr Und iiyrd Und B haum nd C Mrs hvme Atteberry A Mrs rd H Mrs Inunita Schroder Ith A M Jh H lar C line ic Mi tory liorothy Co Mi Sniie lord read Ie e I I f Ml r Iabe e Mae Ralev r Ola IrankJin MI Howard M Mr ivlirar Mite with the help and file City of AT have provided a htiildim for the UM of the of County ni market Tiir i biknown a1 the Aiken County Cui MrrTket will le run under the supervision of the i Department Tim bmidinc is located oil Street betweet he office mid swimniinjr pool and will be equipped for stands and i plenty of room for display of your product The plan is to open the ir The cussed for sometime Some coun cilmen questioned advjwbility of the park as the postofllce wma already conjested especially in the winter Alderman Etheredge stat ed that there was a great incline in this street and if nil drain water was diverted to the sides the drains would have to be concreted It was thought test to study this question before definite decision was made Mr Roland Murray asked that the city lease the lot on the corner of York streetand Abbeville avenue north of the old folks home for the purpose of buildinga miniature trolf course for colored people He asked for u two year lease nnd offered I RUm f per month Council fav red the Men but voted to leave the mnttcr in the hands of the directors f the Folks Home Mr Hittry Smith naked for a tight at the intersection llorry street and Ilnrnwcll avenue This was minted Mr und Mrs C Clark through their petitioned for a lijrht ih front of their nwilence on Kiiirfield street Referred to the Street committee with power to act A commutiirntion was received from Marion J Ieilew suirerst inir thnt ordinance nhould be all vehicles asi4 niiiomulijIiTi to have the proper rear lirivinK ni nijrht Thcri yrilinance covering I hi mutter ntiil council ordered it enforced Th market twuo each and Saturday frrim S to A M We are TIOW in have t round of miKht Mil 10 dock Supt Piano on S and Deru nthers n whiskey oneh I and tiu hi which Ti p eur t bfivim in the of streets repnrJed that thrv had a contract to W G to paint ut tt centn iiniiie These names are to painted poMiliIe on A coiniirinicatiiin was read from W 1 Kimball arid IV T 1ritchard that a license be adopted for sheet metal workers Suejrestion un to and the license was made Licence for busses tluine inter town business xvns fixed of Tliis included trucks also The of license for intcr tiuvii nnd trucks came up for it xinir reported that ci tain companies fiail refused to The foes arc and for I men wen of llirbert elected to ivies who could not were Krnnk il that all firo lire lire tdve 1 vSO Pete Bostwick Rides Aiken Trained Horse was Hoppine a factnr on stuck but he outrode and hi star Kritish opponent Capt Pat Rcnrk no match at routrhridinff for his lf0pound prevented from goal from field Hie cojitri balion to the scoring on foul Firiton ahie to score throughjut the last half ani kept the defense busy hr cottase colony who winter in Aike younjr A sinKle Blli Clark 1 C Henry Axrrell Clark W C Cooley G Maurice Thorrms Hitchcock Adrian Jim C uhvYr 4 Ui British from thoroujrhly it tKtcinjrh tr of Col W J W H J V Wisliam GIRL SCOUT of Si OnrHnlf Milr Two Womans Auxiliary Aiken Co Hospital F KM HAW5 FORK ntt
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