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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - December 3, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                I forty fa Cootty tlw Jwuul MM r i r NcTPaper Published in this Locality EquaU the Journal and Circulation in Aiken County a PAGES S G WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 3 1930 WRITES LETTER Ceremony j Of Infant Daughter i McGarity Appointed To County Board A M Tabor took place on Sun Editor Journal and JUvlctr People witfe the acti the County Health Jrpnev tq criticise and to think that very little good is accomplished ByTC this organization yet if they would take the trouble to familiarise with the actual facts they wouldfind out that it is worth manytimes mote amount of money expended for its maintenance In the line Of infant mortality and child welfare alone it is esti mated that numbersof babies lives are savedannually by this depart According to Dr W G Bodie Ai ken County Health Officer in 1923 the year of the establishment of the Health Department per oner hundred thonsandunder one year of age died annually By 1926 this mortality rate was reduced to per one hundred thousand and the actual number of deaths were eighty three Last year in 1929 Catholic church Diets pastor performim the cere mony Broderick of tlw Bntiah Embassy Washington of TaTwr stood as Godmirtheii Jack Pitney as proxy Godfather fpr3eprge Motley Tabor of Epsom England cousin of Mr Ta jsof There was a reception at the Tabor cottage afterwards Among those present were Mrs Thos Hitchcock Mrs F Snow Mrs Sheffield Phelps Mrs E B McUean Mrs Joseph Leiter Mrs Wm Breeze Mrs Bedford Davie Mrs Claire Bird Lewis Mrs Tan ner Ooubleday Mrs risotu Mrs Grace Patterson Mrs J A Gilleadeau Mr and MrsBal taizi Mr and Mrs Claus Busch Mr ani Mrs C P JDixon Mrs Howard Fair Mr and Mrs Jerome Keanc Captain and Mrs Ivanenko W S Keyburn Mr and Mrs H Sims Mr and Mrs Hopkins Smith Dr and Mrs R H Wilds On Monday K D Smith County of Education an nounced the Appointment of Prof W Jay McGariitjr to the Cotwity Board of Education in jf Dr A A resigned some weeks ago Mr McGarity will be a valuable member of this board He is super intendent of the Aiken Institute and has a fine knowledge of all matters to Education New Official for PLANS GOING FORWARD of Producing Organization to Stage Great Eunion Display at Aiken Theatre the Chaihffanff No 2 nihts An announcement was made yes This isTnoTa pageant terday by J H Welborn manager winner that will be awarded of the Aiken Theatre that arrange title Miss Fashion Queen of Aiken mcnt have been completed with will be selected according to her Ronald organiza grace poise natural charm and tion of New York for the staging ability to model clothes ofthe Greater Aiken Fashion and Beauty Extravaganza at the Aiken William Blum a of the Roland B organization and December wil1 number of individual Mrs Wm Woolsey Mr and Mrs infant mortality was reduced to per one hundred thousand and G T Turner Mr William Boulton Foster Mr J S Gif On Monday the newly elected Commissioner 3 Wiley Woodward took charge of the affairs of District No 2 and announced the names of men to charge of his gang The following are his ap pointees SuperintcrfidentrtW A Johnson Asst Bates Tractor Gordon and Olia Redd The newly appointed superintend ent of the gang is a man of exper ience and ability He orvcd for four years under the late John actual number of deaths were Mr El U Mr cjstaubes when he was commiss 71 In other words since the es tablishmcnt of the Health Depart Turner MrE M CaZcaux MlS5 M ttt ment thirty babies are beinp saved George itno county Hc knows care for the Rcneral interests of annually with tho appropriation of the Health Department which would approximate per baby saved Is your baby worth this amount Infant mortality control docs not constitute the entire work of the Health Department in child welfare however Something over three Mrs Robinson Life Convicts for Two men convicted of murder in thousand preschooi children were Aiken County and now serving life inoculated last year with toxinnn i sentencehave petitions before the titoxin and protected from this board of Iardons which will meet in dreadful disease by the Health DCJ Columbia on Dec 5th parimcnt Diphtheriti mortality has 1A Convicted of mur hccn reduced by cncthitTf sincp der sift imprisonment bc November 11 WM e of nnd suf toxinanUtaxin clinics begun ean senice by the County Health Department Urrounrfs n In addition to this work durini the ficiuntly last five yrnrs tfiO children have Ken Mnrtin convicted of murder been operated on for diMnwd life besnn service October Kiwanis Club Elects Officers At the meeting of the Kiwanis Club held yesterday at Hotel Hen derson new officers were elected for the coming year as follows B Anderajn S Davis P Henderson G Anderson Dr E H Wyman Dr J A Milncr Lewis White lr H CMcLean and Ur J K Howcll ioin time Miss Fashion Queen of frJ iiU 11 asked to cooperate with the Jo selected to represent Aiken in Review and the Aiken Th Greater South Carolina the staging of this stupei and Beauty Extravaganza and attraction Each bu national extravaganza which will or merchant cooperati staged in New York City with extravaganza w states represented on the stage by a Anumber of Aiken wha will be known unde will be selected by Betty of the morchanl sheiiT r Coy a representative of the Beautiful silk pen ing company to take part in be worn by each model production and no local young name of the merchant insc man will be permitted to enter un1 less she has been personally the Greater Aiken viewed and selected The local and Beauly Extravaganr els will be used in the of prominent men nm ensemble fashion representing the various and societies of this The extravaganza will be in seated in the audience as g form of a miniature musical the Aiken Thentre and will with many song nnd dance for the local model The bers introposed A feature of this j woman receiving the extravaganza will be the erection of ballots for the two eve a runway twelve feet in be awarded the title where all the lavish KOWHS nnd Quern of Aiken nnd tions in miladys wardrobe will of representing her home easily discernible to the the state finals fiPiMnnrcvmri sin New Management Commercial Hotel idTYPROKRfy CHANGES Messrs J G Coko S and J G Cobb Jr of Rome have puf chased the lease of tho Commercial Hotel from Mr D T Cannon who has befcn in chargeof this new hotel for the past year Mr Cannon has made a great AT PUBLCC SALES Block Soli to Master E S Groffc sold a num ber tracts of land and lots ia iui BOS maae agreat success of the New Commercial tcl and under his management the jlittlc was taken in the of Jhis hostelry has Practically every cage in the property at a will be repre with COTTAGES LEASED GEORGIA POWER COMPANY como Statewide His friends will to Joicw that he sold his ease for a substantial sum Messrs Cobb are hotel men of great experience The active man igement of the institution be under the charge of J G Cobb who has been connected with the Armstrong Hotel in Rome for the past five years He assumed management of the hotel on Mon day morning Mr and Mrs Cannon have made niany friends hero since coming to Aiken who regret that they will now Sales Made by small cost The biggest sale was the eight of land with thereon owned by Dr Hastings Wy man This property consists of number of business places on Hayne and a residence on Park Avenue It was hid in by plaintiff Weeks for the sam of Wm G Bodie vs Sirs Susan Cook Diike three itractsof land located near Wagener Sold to the plaintiff for Louisa IV Dean et ah lot on Horry street Aiken sold to Hendersons Salley attorneys for First National Bank of vJrtlCe Charleston vs Geddings and Edward Cushman copartners under the Tim county Sheriff advertised of J B Cushmans Sons ct seventyone in acres near Montntorenci sold to county for sale at the public sales Plaintiffs for S500 m Monday for delinquent taxes j Lcnnn McHan ct vs John Tiiv bit majority of these sales el 00 acres near Grnftite mndo by tho mortgages and also for villo sold to plaintifT for division purposes by heirs nnd does farmers nnd Merchants Bank of not reflect tho general business Spring ct vs C W Col of tin county 320 acres of hind near the Comptrollor sold to plaintiff for ral is bringing pressure nil j Wilhelmina Turnbull vs horiffst in the State to maki nn of Mrs L A Cushman fort to collect all taxes past due lot in Aiken sold to plaintiff for PLAN RENOVATION OF nnd adenoids free of chnrcc or I1 at n vpry nominal thfntiich the jd Hrnlth Popnrtnunts ANo inmc ten thousand persons hnvp been protorted tvphoiii fever throueh antityphoid inortilntions at vnrions stations the County by the Health Officer nnd crminds unih Mr 1 L Cartledge of Augusta imps wrote the following interesting i nnd th Mory about n hearing the much Public Service Commission concern jiligthr Georgia Imvrr A cili by ihr Mr nnd Mr George II Strate of j u in n burden upon industry prupli which can not bi an proiulcd Extended To r S B Tho f inn church bnv Jo till the vmaix tin I the Prrs Vn Int than i tlie bytfrJan church vacant Mnc the liv Ihi Kadie d in cai i the the Hooch Prrs vrur oil rnici ih month mnjority of nijr readers can recall when this dread difnsr of typhoid rampnrjt throuirhnut iho fditntv yet year not a finglo ocriirrrd in tlir Pify of and incidence hroHchosi Mi CiMinty bv niTe onr half Tn to rionov Tho accompi Hralfh nipnrfnirnl porhap a botor MISS KENNEDY HONORED WITH nllv other SHQWER of nnr onnty erovornmont u e Iho rnntrnl of i oao and dnliar reritr neithor run tho worth of rhildron can ew Vork have leased the C Lowe co Inc j Mr and Xiw Vork have IrastMl 1 Cinwe tier Mr and Mrs Unhlon for tho fou and in with tinri inte on WINTER HOME Large Number Horaes i Mr nnd Mr Walter 1 Arriving In Aiken uf Viirk iMirchnsors of Kan old Smythcj cnr of hny hnmo n tho for throe lny in wilhjn I hey SlUtlriinv cnr liiir and i hi on W Ilohlen Three xpect to Ihnl wr At lh hrnnvs Public Sotvici n a few atne itmiiitn lieid acn thr of liroperty terday n arrived cotitain Ilitrhcocfc a ntimbrr of n1 Mr Mc il Ihat tf the Ihifiiiirh Utin Si Iiui at i t thn In about the l Willcnv noncy UD C MEETING in M Mike HMI fi n IT i t aparnf Third Week Civil Court the C will next M Miay M at i i I r t 1 ilurk a t Sohroiler rv e M mi averi whrthrr bo oftimatod K OF MISS BAILEY DONT the of Pla Monilay i A v d brim a suit j A found r i11 ti al cao juror lii taken a railed Mr d to onidomic howovor nnd wr ficur out tho difTorcnco in 1021 compared wib 1P2H wo can road jly uhoro nur local Tloalth Pr Tartmorst ha11 marv timo over acrain oavneil the rrmll appropriation rnado W G BOniE Honlth Officer IT iriven a t a Mi Lewis iVe t rar Munriay Ieoemhrr Tuesday Marki H j ill i 1 y U V who i that he itT rinf a fall T till 1 NEWS FROM THE SHERIFFS OFFICE e Mr M Garvin made a raid a Now i inl arrotrd M an icorpo L Hall with inc whikoy Thoy wore fimd with two gallons in their Thoy wore arrested and lodirod in Aiken jail Sheriff Howard Deputy iar vin raided tho place of Gcorsro Iroen a Kllonlon on Sunday snd two fjsllnn whiskey at his homo Jroon was brought to and he have to answer al tho next W R Pobsiin who live in Inland had two tarpaulins his fsrm Saturday covering wore Cfntly d bv Mr ard wero Ku a bridco a liriinty hari fell to Mis Cnuthon i Mary j ijausrhler of iorcil drossed in anil carryinc a small from which croon a shower handkerchiefs ho i Mi Kennody as rift1fr presont A doliehtfiil sweet course Svtxirday Market GOODS RECOVERED IN ELLENTON ROBBERY School Children Need Clothing besides rfiy Thurniar Snrhy Ilnvrnpi Matthews oto ri Mary Clocklev i over hav The iro Ifi bv iC Ruth Vsuehn Paiillirer Rob V CIVIC LEAGUE MEETING T A chiirt rain w ho church thin can get it A Tho chM t by cull eivr ar Friday r iehr Kri day Mr iOMKs FOR   

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