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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - September 24, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                 Nearly every family in Aiken County reads the Jon reti and Review,  No Pap*** Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review’a  Circulation in Aiken County  VOL WL NO. 39  AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1930  .......... ........................  FOOTBALL SCHEDULE FOR NINTH DISTRICT  mutt CAVES VOS Ai KEH  Ninth District CowikmmmI of Ailutw, Allendale, 8«mW« awd  well Cen ut tee.  ^Workers Council of  Aiken Association  PINE PROGRAM ARRANGED FOR  MEETING AT MATLOCK  The Workers Council of Ute    W,  M, UL of Aiken Association will    be  Barn.    I with the Matlock church    on  October 3, 1BS0, beginning at    IO  /_ a. rn.  ‘    Theme—The Advancing Goal    of  A meeting of the Superintendents the Aiken Associational W. ML U. and Coaches from District Nine of    Hymn—Jesus Calls Us.  the South Carolina High School    Devotional—Mrs. J. P.    Sheffield,  League was held at Wmutton, S#p- North Augusta, tember 20. Right of the fourteen    Prayer.  high school* notified in the diatrict    Hymn—Onward Christian    Soldier*,  were represented. The diatrict i*    Greeting! from local church.  now composed of Aiken, Allendale,    Response—Mrs. Fabian    Summer-  Ba rn berg and Barnwell countie*:. all, .Millbrook.  Lexington, Orangeburg and Calhoun Minutes.  counties having* been transferred    to    I The Advancing Goal of Division  a new district Recently created. No. I—Mr*. E. _E. Woodward, Mill*  MUNICIPAL CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS  ARRANtiKfr Mig PRIMARY  A Resolution Passed to Divide tki City tate    Wards.—•Commit!***  Usual,  The purpose of the meeting was ; brook.  Ae arrange sghadulaa fur football. I The Advancing Go*l of Division and give rulings on any question* of No. i-—Mrs, 0. E. TeBow, Grahrte-eligability of players. The Aiken Ville.  Institute, Denmark High School,] The Advancing Goal of the Asso-VVagencr High School and North. Au- ciatiohal W. M. U,—Mrs. Leon S.  ^usta High School were the only . HoHejv Aiken, schools in the diatrict joining the)    Appointment of Committees.  l w „, to cowl* ta-dUtrlrt hoc    The A»omtion.l .tody el«N,    „  W(U , ^  ors in football.' The following s*ho- factor in the advancing goal of the ^    ^     r    ; ^    „    ,  dule was made and approved by the Association—Mrs. F. B. Barker, j  A meeting of the Aiken Munici-1 pal club was held on Friday night  at the council chamber for the purpose of re-organising and arranging for the approaching primary in which a Mayer, six Andermen and a Commissioner of Public Works will he nominated.  The meeting was attended by about fifty chitons, anti passed off very harmoniously.  The question of dividing the city into wards was discussed at length, and it was the opinion of the" meet- i ing that this should be dope, It was PT tip t,i< I by Softie thai Die city lie divided into at least four wards, and an alderman elected from each ward, with two at large. However, no particular number of ward*, were mentioned in a resolution that was pn^od asking the newly elected  Jumper and  Aiken.  %   Duet—Mrs. .L. B.  Mis. Geo. DeMedicis.  Offering.  The Advancing Goal of South Carolina W, M. Ai.—Mrs. Sloan VVeat-  of  executive committee.  October 8, Wagener va. North Augusta, at North August*.  • October IO, Wagener vs. Aiken.  October 24, Denmark vs. North Augusta, at North Aug^uHa.  October 31, Denmark vs. Wagener moreland, state superintendent at Wagener.  1     R. A. and Field worker.  October 31, Aiken vs. North Au-] Announce me Tits.     t   gusts at Aiken,    Hymn.  November 7,    Denmark    vs.    Aiken    -Adjournment.  at Aiken.    Devotional—Mrs,    L.    B.    Jumper,  Fupt. A. J. Richards. Denmark,  ( Aiken.  J. J. Cordell, North    August*    and    Jim    The Advancing    Goal    of    »Young  Herlong, Aiken were appointed to j Peoples’ Work— Mrs. Beme Pritch-serve on the eligibility committee, jard, Graniteville.  The Advancing Goal of Sunbeam  Legifihlure to make the necessary amendments to the city charter to make this possible.  The old officers wets 1  elected a*  follows:    .    ,  I), W. Gaston, Jr., president.  J. E. Stansfleld, vice president.  J. L, McCarter, secretary,  G. W. K. Thor] ie, treasurer.  The registration committees for the two wards were namui us follows: Ward, No. I—Alex Car-well, H. A. Hill and John A-hhurst. Ward No. 2—C. M. Bishop, T. G. Carpenter and G. A. T. Moseley.  The president appointed th, following Executive Committee—C. J.  County Spends Much  Money During Year  County Treasurer I ho*. H. 9. illiatnsnn ha* just prejraml a statement of the rnripb ami ex pend i turps of liken counts for the past year, J ii 11 1st, 1929. to June Tilth, 1930, TV receipt* amounted to tin big suit! ’"of 11, Bt kl.221.25. Few people of the county realise tint such a large sum of money is handled bv the County Tree- inrr during the course of a year.  Recitm  Cash on hand. Julv 1st, 1929 Tax colin)ion*. 1929 lave*  Execution* toile ted bv Sheriff Borrowed Hokey for Countv pur pose*  Borrowed money for S hoal purpose*  Road Bonds Ibid. Warrenville to \ aurin#* 1  School Bonds sold. Hist*. No*. \ 22, 75 Fines and-l.iyt'i -ev Caaoiitjr F.tx. frrrm Fhtrhrr.iv thrjvr.  Ke.-imbuftienient- from Highwav Dept.  Insarawrr fctrgn* E IPHS I .    .  Interest on Deposit*  Old items, unclaimed front Sheriff Easton Bank & Trust tin,  State Aid for Schools    _________________  Insurance. Burned School Buildin -Local Aid tor Schools  Sinking Funds, from Trustee* Di-t. \u.29__  Total re< • ijit#  Caid Sl.de llra-uiei, I’aid County Claim* Caid Sr hoot Claims Balanic on hand lune  I ota I  I milt.to  ' 512.511.09 29,699.18 143,093.75 115,000.00 51.9fRi 11 26,7ft 4.38 17,239.61  127,326,07 ~ Xotr. m  7.610.05 1.311.22 25.00  92,77t*.t Kl 2 , ».?t*.‘*n fi.779.62  STB. lo  11,303.221.25  Senator-Elect Byrnes Honored with Barbecue  PEOPLE OF SALLEY GIVE BIG BARBECUE TO CELEBRATE HIS NOMINATION  $2.00 i Year  COUNTY COUNCIL OF FARM WOMEN  MET AT Kl TG Hi NG .*! Mi LL  Delightful Meeting Arranged end ‘ Pin* Frag raw    Provided- Many  Prise* Awarded  Senator-elect James F, Byrne* was the guest af honor ut a delight-far barbecue given by the people J af Salley last Friday night. Crya-  Ital lake, sn ideal spot, waa the wen* The Aiken ' County Council of of this jollification. * Th** grounds j Farm Women met with the Kirkland 'building were decorated with | ings Mill Home Demonstration Club United States flag** and bunting at Tabernacle Church, Kitchinga  and more than 300 men were present to greet the new Senator.  This was the first public affair that Mr. Byrne* has attended since the election and the people of Salley aa a number of them stated, felt that they had been honored by his presence.  | ttf mum* Mf. Byrnes was called [upon for a apeech and while thip wa*.  I no lime to talk",’ us the barbecue was about ready, he did respond in a short talk, and told them of hia ap-I pronation of being present on this I occasion.  The splendid barbecue wus pr< -  't at  inst  Ext**:MUTI tit:  Iat.es  930  if*. I , I». I i 'K12. >5 537.669.97 103 lf)  .303.221.2,5  To Organize Market  Here Next Friday  MEETING POSTPONED ""TROM LAST WEEK ON ACCOUNT OF HEAVY RAIN  Hill, Thomas Lunger, Mrs, W. M  Work—-*ir,John.™. North| SmMk  "*  Mr "-Augusta.  Piano Solo—Miss Theresa Woodward, Millbrook.  The Advancing Goal of Mission Study—Mrs. Ellis Hogan, North Au*  W. H. WEATHERFORD URGED FOR MAYOR  A GOOD BUSINESS MAN  Mill Community on Saturday, Sep-tember 20th. During the meeting Mr. t Prince, Chief of the Division of Markets, made an address  on "The Market Project.’* C. Lee (Iowan, County Agent, also made a short talk on the same subject. A  short talk on “Illiteracy” was made  by Mr- 14, P Kennedy, —---------—-  The Council wa* entertained by a reading by Mary Ferry Garvin, and music by Mr*. Marion Boylston, of Salley and Mr. Fred Faust, of Hitching* Mill. After a delightful lunch, .at which the KitchinfS Mill Club wa* hostess, the meeting was  pared by that excellent chef Alex;again called to order for a business Wei mort!, who has a I  utation of providing a eat  lo the last primary  tate wide rep- session. Report* were read by the I things to chairman of the various departments as follows: Mr*. K. WL Me Kl marry,  the voters of, .in “Beautification 1 '; Mrs. S. P.  Man Run Over  Lying on Highway  E. L. (OUCH OF GRANITEVILLE HELD BLAMELESS FOR HITTING COLEY WILSON.     v • cave I- I    ne* a    vote of 2Q”    Ss'iglw    on "( amp Site ’; and Mrs.          to cli !'..,(■ h: - opp    anent.    At this eel#    Vance    Livingston on “Cannery."    a. tm      ' :it; \ not "illy    hi fi    ends attendee^    Misw    * (.lady* VI mek and Grace    ■.jl      1. it \ ‘ ■    might    have voted    Bro.ho    entertained the gathering          "therwi'iV Rut    Herm    s will be the    w itll u    short dialogue, The Hitching*          "Ii',"! ■ I iHi t    i.. j,  - F    •opie, and all    Mill ll    one Demonstration Club ex-          4 • \    lllev    ioin#d (his    hibffed    a beautiful an ny cf dr#**•##»          big party.            ]ii!low    .ti I' I' ( and          Six Veals ago    tW    gh defeated.    him hot    it made frmp feed    J      bis same loyal    Wmls    ♦•nit et a i nett    sacks.    which were JUged by a C»IB-         After Nine Years’  Service to Leave  The Advancing Qual of Personal Service—Mrs. A. E. Kirkley, North Augusta.  Report of Committees. Adjournment. ^  This will be a conference type of  „____  round    tahte    dis-  ^ cusalon will be conducted in all doth#  Mr. F. E. Ardrey Depot Attent Trtnif*rr*4 to Another City.  Due to the rain the attendance at our Club Market meeting on Thursday morning wa* very small, which fact necessitated the postponement  meet j n(f  when of the organisation of th#  Association. We are gomgto make I  pprtm<tnt ,  f „,  thl ,  bem ,f it 0 f another attempt, however, on Sip- j och j  tember 26th. The city has already    ___  erected a market shed and the building is ready at any time that the farm men and women are ready to open the market, so I want to  Boy Severely Beaten  By Distillers  Mr. F. E. Ardrcy who ha, been agent for the Southern Railway, i Passenger depot, here for the past, nine years, has relinquished this! place and will bo transferred to another city. His friends here regret La ice him go* iii im bus ga na, both citizens and railway company the best of sen - ice, Always courteous and accommodating he has made friends of everyone.  Under the priority rule* of tin* railway any employee having longer  Has Served the City Two Year* as Alderman, and Friends are Urging Him to Run for May or.  Mr. VV. II. Weatherford i-* being urged to make the race for Mayor of Aiken in the approaching primary. He is a successful bu*.ness man. and | has served with dir'inction a-. an | Vlderman for the pa t two sears. He I is well qualified L r the place, and would conduct the 'Fairs of tile city on a bu,mess plan,  urge you to be present at the mar-    -—  kb, MSW * Newberry 8M DRIVEN INTO SWAMP WITHOUTcompany k» the  CLOTHING — WANDERS TO COURT HOUSE.  choice of positions, and under this arrangement he has been moved from Aiken.  promptly at 10:80 next Friday morning. It is impossible to open the  market until this ^.organization is,    _____  completed.    Saturday    afternoon a young white I  I might add that most of the cnun-  boy  named Bud Garvin wandered rifle Attendance at ties    in the    state    having    club mar-' j n | 0  the court house, with    practically  kets    (26 in    all)    have    had    to    arrange     nu  clothes on, showing signs of hav-  for their own buildings and in some j nK  been pretty badly battered up, of the counties the farm women have  am j told the Sheriff a remarkable paid for the erection of affeir mar-'story. He said he had recently come feet buildings. Since the civic or- 'from Annuloida, Ala., and had been ganizations of the city of Aiken are picking cotton for Wilse Quattle-co-operating not only in giving a baum. This cotton patch was near building but are planning to help the still, and he admitted visiting with the publicity also, I feel that the still. On Friday this was found we should make a greater effort to j by Sheriff Howard, and destroyed, organise a market in Aiken.    Garvin    said    that    the    owners    of    the  Remember the hour la 10:30, j still accused him of “turning them place, Market Building. Newberry up" and they stripped him of his trect, day Friday, September 26th. clothes and beat him severely, and I am denending on your co-ope- drove him into the -wamp in a nude ration in making the market a sue- j condition. Ile found a negro fisher-ce*s, so will expect to see you at the man who gave him the clothe* he meeting. May I ask that you see woie to Aiken. He arrived here as many of your neighbors as po*si- r-ore and wet and cold from the nd. This is heavy rain storm. Ile asked the Sheriff to let him stay in the jail y,    until !u- could cit warm    and secure  Agent,    some new clothing. The    officers sc  our* I clothing for him, and he was released on Sunday.  He is being lire to make the race, Business irtteresTe if he did so it w< acriflce. He is no Great preset!r< to bear upon Mr, he has not said yet hope to be abb he can snare the Aiken.  d by many peo| I"  :  b it s i( v s * lint hi ■ I TTF xn irreal tho* t ll I he at a great t seeking the job. j being brought ■ Weatherford, and | o.” and his friend- , ■ ‘o show him how ; rate to help run  Found Dead on  Front Porch  Kiwanis Meetings  Dr. B. (\ Mc Le On was the principal speaker at the Kiwanis Luncheon yesterday at Hotel Henderson and delivered a fine address on "Fromoting Better Relation* Bedeen Farm and Country " Mi. K. R. Hafers discussed “Important Business Problems."  The Kiwanis Club ha been en joying a fine attendance, having the second hest attendance in this division. For the first six rn mibs the average was TK.!).  , MAKE YOUR BIRI) BOXES  hie and ask them to att! your mask et.  Elizabeth Ba.It Home Demonstration  New Passenger    -    —  Agent at Aiken Q ag  Company Opens  Office on Richland Ave.  The blue birds, little chickad* es a with pleasure to made for them I in oui feathered f Miss boulle I plea-ure in giving sions of tin tn any en ing fur flu Civ a I.eagu   1  and a aril  Eliza Janus, a colored woman re siding on Williamsburg Street, wa-  found dead on her torch early Mon day morning. Coroner Tarver wa j calh' I and a m a al exuo revealed that the woman died from a hemorrhage. It was discovered ' the hemorrhage tarted in her ; room, and she went to the po: ch  1  where she died. N» ighbors re: >rta 4 j that she was up early in the morning, and it is believed that die died ; about 6 a. rn.  Big Winter Home  Leased for Season  Mr. Willis Irwin hi s  Ichm b u:se at KUmia. ta M Id* an ’  The Coroner's jury who examined nto the cause of the death of Coley Wilson, of lamgley who was run over on Friday night by E. L. Couch, f Graniteville, found that he met an accidental and unavoidable death.  Mr, Couch wa- returning from Au go-ta and just beyond the school hen e he ran OY cr all object lying I across the road. He then realized , that he had hit a 'nan. He stopped his cai and picked the injured mat it': ! rn-.'n I 'int t > ' he \ ig i-‘ a hospital, where Wi!-on died Sun 'ay VU bt.    .  \ t t he coroner'- inq it -it held "ti 'I inday it was brought out that VV ii u abd his wife had quarreled and he told lur that he was going out aud get killed; that he was going to • an automobile hit him. Wilson 'eft the house and deliberately lay across the roadway until hit I y the , a-sing car.  Vs mon as Wilson was hi* by Mr Couch his wife ran up and Wgan to cry and said that she was the cause if his death, and told of the family fuss and the threat's to end his life that Wilson had made.  him with a barbecue, was referred to by n The chairman of arr E, E. .Jones, and to h im asUre was ,|ue the affair.  a ti I t h  fact  anct men!s was im, in a great  -Hi fess of I hi ■  Medical Examination Ordered For Many  BARBERE WAITERS, COOKS AND VENDERS OF FOOD MUST SECURE HEALTH CERTIFICATES  Anti  bai ber  e is hereby w.nil i -, cot aces and bandlet a epatt ! I nods in the  liven that all k s iii public or venders of <"it\ of liken  Dr. John W. Douglass Goes to Greenville  .Ji bn VY Dont  nd. i  Vikon C mn ••I lei* I hilt  in •en  I Ic  mar i  nth.  J Rye, N. tupy ‘he I  VV. VY. Ml  are i > .pi.it d to undergo a phy . xattffnat ion and seen re hen (th "fit ..a - T," in* Cif ii' a Un Diluent in •entrance with City nances in orth r to cqntiou# t hoi ' alien for another year.  ll -aith CCT librates i md la t expire din mg , Feptt 'tm r and in coming under th* above . ti aition are urged to s >!  “  -elves for i xam nut. n certificate* between now first of October. *>n Get the Inspector will begin of inspection for health and all persons in this el who have not secured sui suspended or prosecuted  anre with regulations of  of Health and City Count The Health Oflicer will ■ filet each a ft cr non with of Saturday* the purpost Any reput ab the uhysicai i  ii a  CCI  Ttrrt  irdi  rn-' yea! and pcr-vc class* nt them and new and the tier I aril, s round* •i 11 ti cat i -tai Aration . will be  (rd- *  to it Ie" fr im the visiting club*. I’rjYe- were awarded to Mesa Hattie Bindle for the best ladies' dre-s, to Mrs. V I’. Snyder for the best kitchen towels, and Wst luncheon set, to Mi*. 0. E, Garvin for best bedspread ; Ire"- and best apron, anti ta Miss (vale Morgan for beat miwcdllaiieoua article.  This ‘lie first C'ui’ncil meeting at which every club was repre*ent«d bv an officer and club mem oer, there ; being 5fi visiting clirb member* pre-wnt. Kitchings Mill Club i» to be commended for perfect attendance, making a total of 83.  Mr*. \. I’. Snyder, in it short talk gave recognition to Aiken County’* . IU3Q Master Farm Homemaker, Mrs j Vance laving ton, who a., so *ig-nally honored by “The P’armer's Wife'* magazine this year a* »ne of j the five Ma*tcr I .u rn ilomemaker* J of South Caroli! a.  Before adjourning the chili- mem-' ber* participated in a plant and flower exchange The next Council faceting will be held In March, 1931, .with the New Holland Home Demon* *tration Club acting a-* hostess.  The Mel,aurin Home Demonatra-i tion Club (odd its regular meeting at the home of Mi . J. C. Jones on Vug i i 4th. M*-s Bailey, Home Demonstration Agent, gave instruc-and patterns for making hats aiel put •' — !" mat eh. .  It an  fr< in th  .lf iKHUil  orc present were: Mrs. Thomas Hall, Mrs. Harold Godfrey, Miss KH a beth Bailey, Mrs. R L. Huck-abee, Misses Ruby Jones ami Agnes Baughman, Mi- VshHv Emcee, Mrs. Willis Clark. Mr*. J, L. Gunter. Mrs.  Mi  A Hallman,  J i Jones  I Frances Jon  iii- r r. J'»  vc  J V  Mi  ll urges*. es Ruth  s. Ashby I . the o-! at ion  5th. Due rs were f >r the rn The cd: j’res-  ' a-  prize ii or one  d b  is the ifirst sea ds ba- taken a She v.as in the c pressed bt r-elf with Aiken.  11 w rn hoi iii horn*  County Teachers Re Oi  i o  Mr    M. Funderburg,    of Blackville.    ha* been appointed    passenger  depot agent, at Aiken, and took charge of the office on the 15th. He ha- been connected with the Southern Railway for the past twenty years, having been in charge of the Blackville office for the pa*t thirteen years.  •nines 'n Aiken with a tim mn as a railway ag* t, and .Mrs. Funderburg and have moved to A k*    n and are  jag the ((vers t reel    hi rn se on  The Aiken Gas Company opened their office and *alea : at 1807 Richland avenue, nex the J'urnal and Review off: •«  ll* •  It is hope ■uutif i! i x:  itional one,  box.  i •    >.i..  lh •  - OH"  n the : nber IU!ifu! Mr*  COURI IN *!  ION  “PL  TO Bf.  O'- Ut  Ort  M  M nor C .(SIV f * I ** IS  pi Liken up f Guilt Rec  Ie et  \nize  VORK”   :  'MON  • Aith#* Vs  rn  .iii Im vt  ll.  bren nicely fitted ui 'oncern and the con na .ii display here a full Ii attires, water heaters a  f .i  Mr family orc up W at# ri  k» n  Me  .•riff  k ching- Md! sect  Howard ae ill, located sn on. The out-mr ■-    7    Cl'fi'B'gtfT,    WltTl"  I ''UP gallons of *» ash. Th#’still had rvcettt:i kPCTi rn t-erarrvrt. bu- tm one as- found-    Arrests    will be  ma.ie ■*'«  i k (ward « ' a. n  , rn •Mi  a r  Frmtrm p!a es of  ■iits,  they ’ wen!  Z ’ I TtTWt#e  } p'jrcha** I p J    #  fit I r  ■Hie. \ [aba m business  nur  ta fur fheh sreea rrsrt i ared J.OOt  DO NOT [RESPASS ON PARKS  Coy Sc cuts un  Ovv t -Ni jilt Hike  A k.  k !  E' I.  .ouM rn-*!11 green (lulu! .md ex  nisi (Mill-  ii:-.- r   

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