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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - November 19, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina Cooaty reads family la Journal mad in this Locality Equals the Journal and Reviews iiv4lsiken County It PACTS A1KEN S WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 19 1930 a Copy WOMANS AUXILIARY refular meetinr AnjjUarjr to tiie Aiken County Hospital washeld Friday last at the sfen was There was full and enthusiastic and business under discus dispatched with promptness The chairaen of committees made the following reports Mrs Gyles for the Grounds Committee reported the completion of the roek wall and coping around the driyeway and side walks at the An improvement the pub lic must have noticed with pleasure Mrs B F Btheredge reported for the Sewing eommittee 20 35 sheets spreads 10 towelsiJ binders 12 diapers 2B mattress covers 4 sponges Mrs R G Tarrant far the surgical dressings committee June the Episcopal Parish House plaintiff in the sum of re elected president of the Mrs L E Croft vice president The Holley appointed Mrs L E Croft Mrs H E Gyles and Mrs John May as a nominating committee to function before the January meeting which is the reg ular time for the election of officers Donation day will be held at the hospital Saturday Nor 22 and plans were decided upon for this oc casion Donations will be received through outTtifie day but the members of the Auxiliary will he hostesses to all visitors between the hours of and in the afternoonAll do nators are requested to enter by tho Eustis Park drive way and procccr to the Nurses quarters whore tho ladies will be receiving After refreshments guests will be conducted through the building The following chairmen were ap pointed For receiving donations Mrs L P Boonc for receiving cash Mrs R L Gtinter for plncintr donations Miss Susie Ravenol for dirnnK room Mrs Walter Duncan for decora tions Mrs A W Onklcy for show ing hospital Mrs Joltn E lleniler As the hospital to hnvo upon its resources this fruitful Donation Day in history Hoipital Two dozen nhectn Two dozen spreads 72xrOOin One dozen pillow cages 22x36 inched Two dozen bath towels Half dozen table cloths One dozen buth roben One dozen pair bedroom slippers Six for women and six for Wash cloths bed side lamps bath room mirrors glass pitchers kitchen utensils ow green vege tables vegetables etc Rolling chairs 1 Riven Cash donations Miw Claudia Phclpt l s Will With The state forestry department In cooperation wjth HIM Phelps of New Yorit Citjr Mid Alton offers 1jo each county itt the state if it wilt provide two of land on whidj to plant then Phelps will donate trees and the f oreatry department the other The acreage must tie near the county seatand on some well traveled highway and the trees must be planting properly cared for after Roll Call With Annual Meeting Chit of The fall Cession of CM1 Court Convened jn Aiken on Monday nunm Tho set lor that date bwsn settled out of court mo held Yesterday were tried at the moraine session and the court took a recess for the afternoon So far fourteen casea set for trial have been settled out of court The cases tried yesterday Smith Bros vs D W Gaaton suit on account The jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of ThVannnalmeetingof the Aiken Chapter of the American Red Cross BrookfcScanlon 3 Williamson Lumber suit on ac count A verdict was returned for the plaintiffm the sum of was held last Wednesday afternoon v OuHutn was elected Sec retary whilg Onft Edogerton resigned Mr Ballentine gave his report which was in that it covered the operation of the Bed Cross last year during the floods at Hamburg and in the Savannah River Valley It was agreed to take up disaster relief of which R G Tarrant has been appointed chairman Mr Tarrant reported Tioyco R Gantt of Monetta W Hamp Brodie of Kitch ings Mill and Salley Rev John Owens White Pond M F Bush of Ellen ton Georgo H Leitner of Granitevillo and D M George of Aikcn Mr Tarrant spoke of disas ter in Red Cross terms and said that money and plenty of it can be secured for disaster relief tint the important thinit is having a dependa ble committee who on short notice cnn wisely and justy administer the relief R H Wilds miule an excel lent talk in which the congratulated the chapter in taking wisi stand of concentrating on tho two objec tives home service nnd disaster relief Civil Court Start Throe Session L I V era on Rish vs L Mangum suit oVeian automobile Jury McLaurin Club Holds Meeting Tho McLaurin Home Demonstra tioiiCluiLineiat the home of Mrs J L Gunter on Thursday Nov 6th at oclock The subject of the meeting was Alteration of Pat upon which Hiss Elizabeth Bailey Home Demonstration Agent a very interesting demon stration the ftocial hos tess served delicious refreshments Those jroaent were Miss Elizabeth Ash by Kneccc Mrs Mrs J L Gunter Bailey Mrs Willis Clark Mrs C A Hallman Mrs J V Bur gess Mrs J C Jones Mrs George Clayton Mrs Colon Fox Misses Agnes Bnughman Clio Gunler and Ruby Jones The December mooting will bo at the homo of Mrs J C Jones AIMORS ABSTRACT LISTS COUNTY TAXABLE PROPERTY AT A Decrease of Reduction in Farm Land Auditor last week his abstract and the total taxable property in the county listed at Ust year the iasmbleprop erty in the county showing a loss of This is dac to the big reduction in the valpe of farm lands There acres listed on the tar hooks and the assessment Total number acrei Total number letsL Total Talue all huildihjs All real estate Personal propiTty Merchants and is an average of per aqre Taxes to the amount of 57 will he collected tvi county pnr while the State taxes will amount to Taxes for all purposes that have assess ed against Aiken county property is The following is a summary of the abstract Total taxable property Taxes collectable State Ordinary county Bonds and interest Portions n State and County 3mill Const school Special and local school 601 4mill school School bonds Total Poll tax Dogs tax Roads tax Support of R R Com Cottages Leased Arrested for Louise Berry of York has leased IVrriwinklo collage on Colkum avenue Mr F I Armstrong of New York has leaned the Case cottnee I iate on Barnard road for Annual Clearance Sale At B M Suraskys Splendid Opportunity to Get High Clati Mrrchnnditc at Low Starti Friday Nov 21 Klsewhore in tlm Nsuo will fonnil the advertisement of U Clearance Sale George Ford Morris To Paint Beau Wolf Mr Georjo Ford Morris oC Ai and N nation ally known a horo artist has been commissioned liy Churlej T Kisller owner of Karni to mnk a pauitini of his champion show hors IJrau Piano Recital At St Academy TbJ sad friends of St tend an Eriday gist at p m The following is the program FMtival andviolin Loafer and Emily Roper Fairy WaltsUSonja Harris Chiming Durban Demonstration of Jack and Marguerite Thomas The Goodman Spring Strange Harp Rose Sullivan Robins Sancken Norwegian Cradle Hinson Love Song Lelia Brennan and Nancy Harley Silver Wyman Townscnd ROM Rndnick Barcarolle Violin and piano Talcs of Violin Eileen Davis Pinno Isabel Goridolierc Op 25 Pamela Cun Last Friday night Boy Scout Troop 27 held meeting in the Sunday School Room of the Presbyterian church Ar crowd of about 40 people came out to see the Troop in action detpite the rainy weather The Troop meeting was opened promptly at eight ockmk with a repetition of the Scout Oatir and Laws in unison The usual business meetings of the Patrols wwT shortened by haying the necessary paper work completed beJTore hand Each Patrol pave their patrol yells andthe first part of the entertain1 by th HlTTlt Song of Hcavcn Isabel Hichard son Soctsnd Valse Op 56 Uary Bridfteman To Spring Bridgeman Kammenoi Ostrow Op 10 No 2 Nancy Harley Duet Dance of tho Winds Nancy Hariey and Mary Bridgeman Several Places Entered by Thieves Two in City Filling Sta tion of County Robbed The Art Club Holds Meeting The Art Club met Thursday at the homo of Mrs Ernest Jones The subject of Study was France and the Armistice Day and the follow ing program was enjoyed France the C W Jones Henrietta Bmilsford Victor Buist Martin Jules Thclma May Rosa S E John son I Dream nf M J Boylston Paper They Also Mr Jones Poprn In Flanders Mrs J G Sallcy Paper Airy H A Sawyer The and Nohol Awnr1 anil Sinclair Lewis Mrs Olin Sai ley a closing feature of tho little Jerry Salley itrod fiv years tho alii favorite childs story with niiirn Yesterday J U RAW Is Bates iurc was arrested for purchaRinK in Aikcn with a worthless check He went to F W Town bends xvarehouso and bought cigarettes giving a check and pro cceilcd the cigarettes about Aiken Mr Willis who operates a utorc on York street became sus picious and notified the police Chief Kiblcr and Officer Dorn placed Rnwls under arrest and call ed the bank at BatesburK on which check was drawn They were told that the check was worthless Rawls was lodged in jail to1 face charges of obtaining goods under false pre tense and giving a worthless check York has renteii a largt nuinlirr of ntflbles at tho Whitney race track made through Durhan Lainls agency instend of waitintc until January thereby giving the public the oppor tunity of buying their Winter Clothes when they need them at KTeat Their entire stock if Hart Schaffnor nnd STnrx ami OuHee Manhattan Shirts and all other standard brands of merchandise ig included at Mrs Llewellyn Burckhalter i Iti a event great in the presented her expression pupils character of merchandise great in r EXPRESSION RECITAL On Wednesday afternoon Xov will to St nnd ily where other commissions will keep him busy until he Lakes up his residence in Aiken Well Known Inventor Guest of J J Sweeney Two stores were entered and a mnall amount of merchandise Htolon on Saturday night Thieves broke into tho front door of J M Browns glnru on Iaurpnii ami S G BuKbceH xttiro near lh freight do pot The 7101100 arc working on the canes anJ hope to copluro the guilty uncs Th nnirpn tracked the mnn who hriki1 iiitn Mr Hniwns nloro to strril liy n pciMilinr imtcii n lii but i hard down puiir nf rain tinullicrrs from trnrKitut thr man further Filling Station Robbed Cuiitity uuthiiritifs arc iiu tin Krichiy of u J sturc and tclon Virty or fifty in The of tho filling slntinn lales that KPlieHr two wiimvn nul one man timk the money and ffmi bin tiire inti t wait tt autiimoliilr He jmrTunil them a far an Kilceflold ut able to rate them BOY SCOUT DRIVE STARTS ON FRIDAY the rcilurtions from low regular kind of a and the School Supervisor To Order Readers Teachers of Aikcn County schools who are interested in supplemen tary renders are requested to send in their contributions at once so that books can be ordered Mrs E L Clark School Super visor has this work in charge and it is her purpose to secure several thousand books for use of the county schools in a studio recital to which the mothers were invited Each pupil yhtiwpd developed nf saving ynuVl not expect technique in platform readme and lx available until January in oneact plays The following pro1 gram was rendered 1 a Tho Piljtrirn anonymous Neighbors anonymous JMarjorie Wamckc Jimmy Gricr 2 a Grandmas Arufvl anony mous h Walchin for Crumbs At a reception given by the Eu anonymous Virginia May i a The Bald Headed Man b I Aiken Boy Orator I At Reception Mr Arthur W Hayes jrnot of 1 J Sweeney Mr Hayvs en ruiite from Lake 1laciil X his winter humc in Orlando an is the inventor and manufacturer of the HeartHoiUr a fireplace fur nace a new fuel savinc ami heat increments device that can bo in stalled in both old and new lire places Mr Sweeney is tho distribu tor of the Hcartllcatr for the 4H Poultry Club State Champions phradian Literary Society of the I The Moo Cow Marjtarct Hitt University of South Carolina last I week in honor of the newly installed 4 a Dare Dare Doubledare officers Leonard Williamson son of Emma Sampson b Mental Arith metic Elizabeth Boylston Mr and Mrs Thos Williamson of Aiken delivered a tribute to the He anil Mr Hayes have been mak ing installations in Columbia Cam den Greenwood and other cities Mr Sweeney inviteu those interested to view th HeartHcflUr in opera 5 a The House by the Side of mctnters of the society who now lioi tion in his own home Terrace View the Road Sam W Fnss b The j in Flanders Field Many former j Cottage Blue Wart anonymous Ida Boylzi Euphrndians foueht for their counj jon try in France Mr Williamson was G a The Swan Song Knthrinc I elected Censor of the society Kilter Brooks b Proposal anony MISSES POSEY AND OWhNS ENTERTAIN WITH PARTY Misses Annie Bell Iosey and Dot ty Owens a of friends at the formers in Madison Saturday evening at iiilnck games mii danoincr werf a uhcn refreshments mous Finley Plunkell 7 The Love Nest Mrr Newbricht M i V Perry Garvin i S Brior Roso Kleanor Johnson l1 The Kinder d Garvin HI Xcwlvw If you have a d nation of flow eror plants for he flower table at the St Thaddeus Guild There be a meeting of the t ThaddciH Parish Haznar jdeasc no h Hjalmar Boyeon i Hi W on and i o i r i i As rrnni and Into T A M God May Perry i Room 5errv Gar CHAIRMAN OF PARK COMMISSION ASKS FOR AID IN PROTECTING PARKS presen t wore Won en Mary m Ruby Chr kliv INtello The South Carolina champuin I I poultry club numUr Jaik FundeHiurk of Oxraw Che terfield Bounty it is annoiinteil he South Carolina leaders The record of his flock of 110 Rhode Wand and While horns was the best in a statewide 4H contest on the pro liuction nf poultry products As a reward for he will reccixe R prize educational to the ninth annual National and GirU lil Club and Chirago Coliseum Poultry sposition to he held in Cbirnco cemiier 1 to Here ho wil the of the Quaker Oa imany who offered r to eti i H d p Patrol of violins grving1 ral musical selections and this was followed by a stunt called War riors on the Jungle whicH lots of laughs from thoag piresent Next the Hyena Patrol presented the Jubilee a comedy and a silhoutte play lot entiOed Last Aid to the In The Flying Eagle gavc a very realistic demonstration of First Aid as their part of program The meeting was closed with Taps sung as a song while the bugler with the auditorium darken ed blow taps as an ncconrpanment Procrua for 1031 Following the Troop meeting the Scout program for the Aikcn Dis trict for 1931 was outlined by Wm M Smoak Commander of the Amer ican Legion Pout and by J W Ash hurnt Scout master It was clear ly shown that the real benefits of tho Scout Proirrnm cannot be reap ed unkfw a welltrained scout exe cutive be employed in thin district The only way in which this could be accomplished nt the Icjnst cost would for the Aiken District to coope rate with districts interested Jin employing such sin executive I Such n plan Ims been outlined and recommended by the Augusta Scout Council anil the territory within H5 miles of has Iwen tentatively dividid into flvo such which re to unite in de fraying thn salary and ejcpiTiries of a Srout rxerutive full timd would be mitirely to thn i Council offers without any chnrpe nil of their hndqunrteni facilities in record keeping active nurwrvisinn of the Aren Executive and the of their summer cnmp at ithe cost nt which it open to in the City of Aiunistn Tho cot of an nrea executive for would bo approximately i To Local Council A local council computed of repro wnlativrs from ench religious fra ternal or civic organization would in each town with rep on the Area Kxeculivo Hoard and would have entire of the of funds fur tho nren In order to retain the servic 1 of a firpt executive it is necessary that this budcet be rais I ed by November Thoo pro sent nt this meeting approved of this program as outlined and form ed an the purpose of rniiiiKi Aiken1 haro of this hiidcet and they wiil canvass tho city on Friday November 21st nnd that the people of Aiken support their effort d put Scout work on n sound under this proposed plan At present there aro two Scout Troops in Aiken one sored by Ihe American Lecion and th other by th Knichls of Pythias ar enouirh of Scout Arrest Made For Plaits Robbery French were The n rarryinp ont American Xational meet irtcr Nov 1nodAy Jfari TEAM WINS and A T I rd L prosn Self mar
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