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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - November 12, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                Itmrtial anil v No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Reviews Circulation in Aiken County AIKEN S WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 12 1930 Yji1 T3JI ANN0AL SHOW A GREAT SUCCESS v ww W V aricty of Still Ufc Wimiera The Show Md after noon and Highland Park Hotel being iponsored by the Civic League of The foyer of the sun parlor and dining room the lovelyrdii play of and othtr displayi Besides entries from Aiken then entries front Colombia Augna Saluda BlackVille Granlteville and other It indeed a lovelyNjshow and Mrs Aiken Augurtm T PUyW at Kmlmim tfc Plans have just been completed for a Ijeneftt to be played at Kalmia Field Thursday afternoon at The funds to go towards arranging a banquet for the A ikon Tnatitnte Jaybirds the show ig to be congratulated 1 Hundreds ofvisitors throughout the SUte and Georgia were present Supper was served from ta 8 QO after which a program of music and with woodland background had been improvised in the dining room the hotel Mrs Sylvester and her four lovelydanghters of fMrs Bajctcr Watkins of Augusta were the entertainers Dr B C McLean president ofthe chamber of com merce and Albert had something to say in appreciation of the patronage that the show had re ceived The prizes were presented by KevrJ G Huggin pastor of the Methodist chureln The judges for the following were General exhibit Mrs Sheffield Phelpy Miss Anne Langdon of Au gusta MrsHcyward Gibbes of Co lumbia Still Life Pictures and Ar tistic Arrangement Miss Don Gray and Mrs Walter Going of Columbia Miniature Parks Mrs Julia Lostor Dillon of Sumter Mrs I C Strauss of SumUr and Mm Luwton Evans of Augusta Among the outoftown visitors mt the dhow were Mrs Dillon ami Strauss of Sumter 1L E Thompson and Mrs Jones of Bates buric Prom were Mrs j clleywnrd Gibbes andMiss Dora j who acted judges Airs Ki M ehAirtnan of the Co1 lumbia Garden clubs full show Mrs T T Moore president of the Gar den club Mrs John B Withers secretary Mrs T L a past prcMdent Mm Walter Going chair man of last years fall show Mrs Ben Wymnn Mrs Marion Wyman Mru William Wcston MiM Caroline Guignard Mrs Ashley Walker and others The following are the list of prize winners Price Winners The Kiwanis Cup was won by Mrs Daniel Crosland This is given for the largest variety of flowers sub mitted by one contestant It was won last year by MrsH Scavor Jones Miss Louiso Ford won the grand sweepstake prize having the great est number of points in the sec tions First and second prizes were awarded for the greatest number of points in each section and first sec ond and third honors were offered in each class Section A First prize Mrs Jo1 siah Clark of iecond Mrs James Harper of Augusta For largest most perfect bloom any color Mrs Josiah Clark won first second and third honors three Miss Marie Farrell of Black well Mrs Josiah T Clark and Mrs James Harper both of Bwt three pink Mrs Josiah T Clark first and Miss Alma Hahtt second Best three yellows First Mrs Josiah T Clark second Mrs A Woodward and third Mrs James Dosher Best three of any calorr first Mrs Clark and second Miss Rebecca McGhee Section B Small or hardy garden prize to Miss Louise Ford and second prize to Miss Alma Hfthn Best six sprays first honor to Miss M K Farrell of Blackville second to Miss Alma Ttahn and third to Mrs Houston Kawls Ttost sprays nnmtd Haniy variety first honor to Mrs j Miss Louise Ford third Mrs C 15 Wool soy Hest eentrrpioco arranccd j artistic first MUs Louiso Ford second Miss Marion iVllew ane thirj to Alma Hahn tkst brisket arrBrHsiJ for artistic offset Alma Hahn otond CUrk third iliis Ljuiso A largecrowd is expected asboth teams well known foot ball men playing for them r T Jim Aiken Institute Coach and former Firman back will play quarterback for theAiken assiBteffJiy Jasper Haliaanf AllStar manat Clemson last year at fullback The Augusta team has played seve CDfTEWIALAT TABERNACLE OU grmm The people of Mill sec tion and especially the members of Tabernacle Baptist church we cele brating the centennial of the church week in a aeries of fine meet ings The first meeting was held Sunday and will continue through today and tomorrow Dr C A Jones delivered afine sermon on Sunday morning using as his subject The Larger were held Sunday even ing and on Monday and Tuesday interesting sermons will Very Small Vote In General Election Ue pttiuehed thus veiling at bj Rev W C Allen and Dr A F Centennial Day will celebrated tomorrow an allday session will be hold commencing at The following is the program for all the services 9 The State County on Monday finished the tabulation of vnrtes cut n the ejection The votu throughout county wu very the highest vote being cast for Jamec F Byrnes for U S Sen ator and Butler Hare for Congress They each received 498 votes Ibra received 479 with a similar vote for Sheppard Lieut Gov Every other state official received j 481 votes including em berg of Hguse of from Ai ken county j The vote on amendments to the Constitution was very small Amcijd the UtfllXV BEFORE COUNCIL I Annual Roll CaH American Red Crow G W E for The business before thei regular of city council on Monday was quickly disposed of and the session was very short D W Gaston was present and he asked aid from Council in having the high tension wires near his landing field removed as they endangered airplanes using his field The matter was referred to the street committee and the Chamber of Commerce to assist ColT Gaston in providing a safe landing field for Aiken The old Comrnunity Ice plant oc rnl gamea this year and very a c A Jones geoel record Carl Bell former j Tho Larger Greenville High and Furman fresh V C A Jones biennial sessions of the General As sembly Jo 1 Yes 91 No 60 No 2 Yes 80 No 59 No 3 Ns GO No 4 related to taxation of in This amendment was defeated by a vole 25 Xo 122 Thcs vote on all othor amendments ranged from 78 to121 They were practically all defeated the average vutc brine Yes 47 man star is playing halfback Ki nard Herndon former Carlisle play er quarterback Many people from Augusta and the surrounding territory will come over for the game The lineup is as follows Augusta Daniels Douglas Martin Kulkho Bruce X DAntignnc Hemelon Bell L E L T L G Center U G K T R E Q B L H R II F Feuding The Monday November 10 p R F Terrell The Function of the Denomina tional Dr A F OKcllcy The New Testament Aikeh NovemberH p W M Whiteside Moblcy i Individual Responsibility in Denom inational Dr W O Young The Glory of McCartcr Boadenboc George tLybrnnd McKclvy Going Wednesday November 12 7n0 p W C Allen Significant Events in the History of South Carolina Dr A F QKflley PohOvnifc Ttiuriday Nov 13 Centennial Day Morninir Hymn All Hail the Prayer Words of Lmiva paii jcently been purchased by a corpora Ftionknown as theVita Cremc Mill local corporation who will encare in grinding corn wheat Time for the annual Toll call of ie American Bed Cross is at to Thanksgiving day During this it is the aim of the Bed Cross to extend to every American nearly as possible an invitation to participate in this great humanitarian enterprise by respond ing to the roll call On sevsral occasions in recent years Aiken County hms been a bene ficiary of the Red Cross through dis aster relief for flood and storm sufferers having spent in the past year around in the county Aiken people have shown their appreciation arid their inter est as for example the hearty rc to cail hoped that cvon moro poople will re spond during the coming call as the burdens of the Cross become greater each year That the Red Cross is worthy of etc This company asked for a lease th j building A motion was passed j Crated beyond question nteSCS ft ClM Early ywtsxfoy morning entered drug of W Platt and xuck away with merchimdtaevmhied 500 Yesterday the itock bcfaff checked up and sixteen dozen foun tain pens were doMH Evcrsharp pencils onehalf doMft kodaks onedozcn and half manicuring sets and innumerable toilet articles The thieves evidently took their timfe and selected only the most Tal uable articles People living on street into the way leading to the rear store about 3 and it be lieved that the automobile was bythethieves to carry the goods away i granting the lease for aterm five years nt per year of There is however a prevalent idea that it is simply a wartime or a disaster or Flower Show Officials Grateful for Support TKanks Tliofte CoOperateI With Them lo the Event a Great I Bids wore received for auditing Lranization and in abwnce Ithev city hooks The contract Brc pcoplc given to C W E Thorpe Sr lhink its constant gupport is not City Treasurer submitted the it well therefore that bo that in addition to back on the wood Jen shutter tRe j bottom sash raised Tho back door the truck driven up jto it nnd loaded v lowing report Balance on hand Oct V Receipts for month Disbursements i forks stib Petit Jurors For Third Week Drawn on Monday for Jury Duty Beginning Monday Dec lit J Harry Hydrick Icrry 4 O LadrVme Jackson ONeal Miller Wagener Henry H Carter North Augusta j M H Ihnnmcll North Augusta W J Thompson Laneley W M Dodgcn Graiiitevillo W H Hitc Lewis Wobb J W Thompson Kllenton L R Bishop Jackson W C Clayton Soivcrn Charlie Iowcll Bath Murphey L Lybrand Wagoner W G Rhodcn Wnrrenvillc W II Franklin Beech Island J J McKcllnr North Augusta C T Whetstone Perry C J Asbill Wagener Arnold Rish Wagener E W Powell Langley James C Bush North Augusta L K Milford Langley H R Richardson Bath Peter Jackson Clearwater Kelly Yonce Ridge Spring George E Watson Vauclusc W F Gnrvin Windsor A L Posey Warrcnville John W Lott Monetta Csto Monetta IUrlong j Welcome W W Hrodio Mnloneyi Greetings jFrotli Old by Ucv J F WralhcrfordMoort Kov K Smith Frnm Eelinto Association Uev H C Hesler From Absent Members From either Asociatieins anel Churchr 1 Tolar History eif Tabernacle J E Welch Fight ers for j J L Vipperman The jTwo fovenantn nnd the t OOConUnniaI Hymn Dr R W 1 Moments Hour Afternoon Exercises Hymn I Love Thy Church O Prayer Hymn Zion Stands With Hills P J McLean Rem iniscences of Dr T C R Davis Old Time Moments Evening Exercises Hymn There is a Fountain Filled With Prayer Hymn Majestic Sweetness Sits J L Vippcrmnn The Glory of the Moments J Gaston Albon Aikon W E Franklin Warrcnville Clifton Yonce Ridge A P Eubanks Dunbarton CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING ARMISTICE DAY EXERCISES AT AIKEN INSTITUTE I The Aiken Institute has an un I broken record in the observance of j Armistice Day Each year an np ha brcrt givrn in i the chapel and in the history class UP tho havr studied the World War Tho following program was givn Tho f Its a L Wav When we kink back upon our Flower Show of lust Friday Novem ber 7 wo have a fetlinir of pridy and many happy memories Our pride is not due to u gnat nrofusion of or that our flowers were large and handsome but that wo hud ns mnny UK wedid nnd that they werc us loveTly iiK they were and es pecinlly are weproud when wu ny member the fine spirit at each nnd everyone who worked to makethin show Everybody workeel ingrtlur tnd made the of Thejudges remembering the unftiv eirnblo weather reinelilinns for proeluc tnir specimen blooms ngreij to put nsiele rules nnd they us unlly in mine and simply chooso first secone and third ns theexhibits cnmc before thrnt This ycnr the ceinimiltee in askinsr ninterial elonations feir the suw deeidee not to nppronch the1 mer chants is they arc daily called upon for mimcrnux cnuses However they ronlribiiteel Ihcir shar hy i very substantial the Chamber of Commerce to which tliey helong Wecant bepin to Lhiink nil wejhoiild like to but without the of the following weirkers and elonors wecouleint havebegun to hnvo a show Estate ami Ki drlity for the the juducs contributors of prizes those who sorvod on committeis Johnson Electric Hafers Elec tric Mr Hilary Nabeirs deeei ratini Mrs J B Sallfy dec orations for stage Mr L H IiUig las the exhibitors Lucas Music House Police We arc keenly conscious of many many others who should he men tioned but space forbids Respectfully Hattio P Hill Prcj Civic League Mnidclle McLcnn Chmn Flower Show Com i Balance n hnnd i Commission of Public Wor j mitteei tin feillowing report Balance em hand Oct 1 S Receipts I keeping in rottdinoss for the relict of suffering caused by aster primary ob ligatiein of every Red Cross chapter is to exservice men service men nnd heir families thy ac tivities which lnrjer chapters include nre civilian home service first aiel and life savins nursing and nutrition i service or Jtinieir Reel Cross I Promote Boy Scout Work In Aiken 1 Meeting Plannrd for Friday Nlflkt at SundaySchool Rooms of bytcrian i t n Babnrr tin hnnd I Five Fires In Three Days Frideiy Snlurdiy And Sunday Wero Dnyi with Aikrn Firr Depi j On Snlurday nikiit tlic Fire ile parlmint to Iwo alarms JA hniine y io ceil I ireel Hiiltiinoro liurtied on of the ut inolli wlnn ihi in thenorthwisliiii Mv lejiy When tills lire wn nlirm was soundiil iiiuiii nf Latlinir1 oleifd Marlborn strccl wsii alninit lie On Sunday tlie station m the corner of Kdclield road and drive on lire iluit wai ejnickly ojctinguishvd The huilditu is owned by I L bay to on Friday Saturday and Sunelav I IN HONOR OF 79th BIRTHDAY F third to nil of for and oiah Cark it to Mrs Jo ivir meoinc will Friday Xoveniner 21t t on Pnrk Auxiliary Hipital Fridnv I A family dinner was Riven in hon or of the birthday uf Mr Luther B Heath Sumiay at home of her son Mr em the Waeeiier read iiiit A fine dinner a I i t r Tho A i HOSPITAL AUXILIARY TO MEET Thernrnonthly f the Weimans Auxilmry trie Aikeii j County Hospital will heheld Friday November 11th a at the i Dibble Memorial Library i This meelinir send i eall only to the and dirertop of the j but nisei includes any voman in the county interested in the hospital its operation i Donation Day will be hero Nov 2ni anel plans must me1 marie at this meeting for the I Speaking of cant wo do j nato just one hour of eur time to attend this meeting In no other fashion can weso well show our iri terest keep in touch with the neoel of thehifpitjil and ene inspiration j etc i I Unelor its charter however the j Keel ns its jirimnry eibligaliim relief work nmong x i Mrvire men nnd their faiiiiiiS j Here in an eippeirtttnity fur the pio f Aiketi to sluiw to the boys who risked their nil in During those leinjM every geioel hnd n flel iru if profeitinelest gratittieleto men WHH too for thim Lets riot forset thue who are now and in ileiel of whi W4rt in heft out line Iretirhes are normal today eif woulel Jiesiirpris d tee know thennmher of ixMrvice min in County who tireel nnd areentitleel to ivivernnniit aiel A trained wnrker imioni men has that around to annually be for Aiken cnunty ilur iTovernment want be lilnrnl with then men but it i found that f thiu Jiinnv how to avail thm hi help The tei rneti anel i in iitidir to elo o It is that the of the Aiken the Iliinini yar should eif and Service Commit of rai and itur of nsatiein tratmnt tc This Preparodrie1 set up iiir partirija in the activities of Nation lion is witrthy eif the A of in Boy Scout Work in Aiken was hold en nltirnoon A proposal i whereby thin work could be put on i firmer soundir was dii in ditnil Sinct1 this pnrticu hir phasi of Sceitit work was fas in its scopeand application nn by any it xvnt decided to iiibmil thewhole to the of Aiken might be in i in furthering the Boy Scout pr that end Troop 17 which is by the leicnl American Post will hold their npxt nintinir at school room he lrebyterinn church on Fri day niirht nt uVleick tei which the public is eeirdinlly in 10 that they rnny see what goes em at e Treiob meeting Troop 27 reciiveel its national charter on Jtine tilt after about two months prc liminnry work inil the Troop maele very commenelable prog thnt Among the meeting will be musiiliv the Hawk Patrol First Aid by the Flying nnd 1 tunt by the Ilyena Paired Feilleiwing the Troop meetine the1 jirogrnm a applied and pro Plsnel Aiken will1 biexplained by lurnl speakers who uree that person in hoys be to this propose for fnrtheriny Scout work in Aiken nn I for I w i t li a in rini nation of en and We very nuk and siat ic support f all in roll call eirive Aiken rminty eili the wholehearted rooperatiein and the appreiachiiiK WILLIE SNIPES HAS LOSTHIS FATHER Would Like lo Gt Into Communi with Hii FatKer Who Left Him Tffn AJJO C H JIALLKNTINF Aikfn Willie Snipes a young white boy livincr on route No fi elesires to lo jcate his father William Snipos who left homo about ten years asro Wil i lie lived with his father on a farm near Johnston and his father left I home leaving a wife am two small i Musical Recital at St Angela Academy F E Ardrey Returned As Passenger Agent WilHv s a hrijrht and will fuurioen years old in April lie his arid ha Tie brother snd BSRTH OF DAUGHTER Mr F r 1 at thr r X Mr i cent e r Atlanta she tf r Purebred Guernseys At Barnwell Sale Mr 1 H th t i Mr I M M M rv vd Mr Mr V i Iy t M M K i n H I n s   

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