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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - December 17, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina N«*rty »*«ry family in Aiken J County leads the Journal and ! i .■NUMT~~~    ",    “rr;...... \ anil lichen) VOL. 60-no. si Na Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review's • ‘ ^    . • ‘    . . / ■** '    •■ ■ ■    , . , * ' ,■>" • ' / Circulation in Aiken County ’    :____ AIKEN, S. C„. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1930 MUC MEETING l ins FOR IHE ATCOURT HOUSE' s‘e8hng Turkey I ■ - FOR COUNTY WELFARE *    -•    i    ^    | CauMty Delegation Invite* Officials Taro Whit. M*n Ck**ga# With Raiding N*i«hbor« Barn Yards UNEMPLOYED BIG SERVICES PLANNED bunty UslefitiM Invito* OfficksU T    ,    ------ i    *    r.l4j    .    .    two    warrants have beati sworn _    .    ^    > 2 to ‘ L    ,    out br Hwr.-D.LTo.lo.nJ Ed«„    "»** f~7** *'    *t er—I.    ■ Hunkiiuon, of Un. T.l.tb»-Hi.- |    »*■"•’•• <-b.,«b    N.„    S..4.,    , Ut. Aik.,, County det,,.tion to ‘ht’r"‘ Mcl“n' ,    D«lm*r    “    '    ____ tho General AMemldy will bold • | ^,7^    ^    ^    Th.    People »f .r, public meeting at the County Coart M H k ^'    'planning    for a white Chromas pro- HOU.. UU Tu.Nl.,, no.. 30th. ut ll) JL ™“"** 1gr.n, to bo (tm „ tho B»ptUt ». rn., to OKUM ifftln port.,mu. hl> ^ ^    w<    church. on Sond.y uifht, at 7 o’clock turk.,,. Ho R«ys ho bu rocontly    *D *“«*"«»•»•    '• incited to had twenty-two turkey, stolen    <'°me aml Mn* '0W®    *ft-    Th<“ con- Mr. Toole, allege, in his warrant    tributloa* 80 rpc<i^    *U! ** f**« *to the county and its welfare The deification ha* in mind the financial condition of the county,    ______ and it is their purpose to cut off all i thmt ^    turkeys    Uol™*! *° th°*® Wh° 8rt at pre**“nt «nom* unnecessary expenditure* with the    turiteya    stolen, I .    .    f unnecessary expenditure? with the I tl 1    turkeys    stolen.    I    Jo    d >t ^    , hone thai ta**, mn,b* k .I I    y°uit*    men were arrested and    .»    ,    —    1 for the cornin* ve!!r    ,od*ed in tho Aik,’n ****** J*U. and ! If the„r?p0n^ * *    one,    j. the comm* von#    i    . . .    there    will be received hundreds of for the cornin* year. I he financial affairs of the county I their bond is fixed at $800.00. will bo (UU, Into Md N. to    I    A    of    ‘»7kw    *”d chickens I P*'    °<    J™11*’ '*ndi'f *nd the    l .    *'"-*l;-*h.vo    been Hob. in thin soc,inn d„. "nM *» “» *»* ttnomployed on. Tho 111 v H    yT T™P*i-fJ.|l„e .ho ,„w .„ks,    iv    » hhlTO Chnrtmu. Thi,, dglgKatiaa icnucaU all      d—    *    epee    Rd    nr<>wre»n he offic.L. Md omnlnvu.    ^    ""    *•«"»    »«?    for    Uii In City Jail Clarence Clark, colored, tried to commit suicide in the city jail Sun- **ur!'0T ®°T* day by uginx a blanket as a roue. ! imitation Edward < arpenttr ty official. And employees of thehi„„ s t . -    . county to attend, and everyone in. *    '******•    raided    at    ni*ht ta rest od in the county affairs are invited to be prtwent.    Jr{e$    Suicide Patronize The Club Market Why not viait the Aiken County ( lub Market- to secure your Christmas cakes, evergreens, etc.?. Orders given there on Saturday, December 20th will-be filled on Tuesday, December 23rd, just in time for Christmas. Kine fat chickens, good homemade country sausage, pudding, and cheese, day old eggs, crisp fresh vegetables, delicious dark fruit cake, rich pound cake, freshly made cranberry sauce, and Christmas wreaths. Come early and get yours before everything is gone, •v .—.......... MCR Hn Song—Senior Class. Scripture. Mat. 2:1.11—Cia** of boys and girls. Welcome—Dorothy A render. Song-^-Primary department. Cord's Prayer—Sunbeams. Christmas Surprise—Second Year __ $2,IN) i Year—Sc a CopfptP christmas eye '■ ti\ 'list mm CELEBRATION AT COMMUNITY TREE Pupils af Mrs. Edcae MiteKaU Civ* Concart ie School AwslUorium - Everyone    Invited    to    J«n tH« Sing. Friday evening at 8 o’clock, in ' in* 04 c*rol« at Ckrtstmas Tim the school auditorium, Mn. Edgar °* La»r*a» Strssi. H' a rope, and came near doing a successful I job. Clark stood on a box, and with | the blanket tied about his neck jump- 1)111 th Y«*r Junior Boys. Song—Second Year Junior Girls. Christmas    Bells—Second    and Kiwanians Postpone Body of Missing Ladies Night Boy Discovered ed off. He did not break his neck, but was strangling to death when a fellow prisoner seeing his predicament, called for help Song—Senior Choir. Origin of Christi and Fourth Juniors Funds Voted For Thii Origin of Christmas tr»»—Third i ‘ DJ„”‘u!l ,'"Milh‘V-.a’’"'’*** M"»" P ""•* v..,.k^ ,« »*!> Printed ber music pupfls in the annual mid winter recital. *n ». c • . Each pop,I play. J har part    ^    'h"K*T m I bringing on, ,urh cI,..r    that    ^    th'    t,v,c rrflrrtrd credit upon th- training of    ,nv,t'’    everybody to both pupil and (farher.    (    *ro1* Chnatntaa Th. Christma- To, Svmphonv o'.    0*m»»it,    Tree at Uor. Played anacmbl. wa. th, ','“m vin numbor. Thia mad. a ,p.ri,|    '' *“ ^    *'*»«»•    .    .    . P..I to th, large audience. Th. „„k "m bc ,“r’ *PI»rt«Wr for containing camla and other no in *    P'"    ! '"llu "lual to jota lections sugge.tiv, of th. 'fhrtot. I" ?    °f '•,loW*b?’ “d mu asuon ------- -     '    I*00®    wiU* Tho»« who cen’t sing Mr,, t. K. A rd re, In a group of    j*-*?    “>1Jth*    C*™^ Christ ma? song* .aru especially 17^ «',CIB,IB|' *hould come and jiTe'i'Tug.  -------     ~    ’*MW'    makr    thts Th, following program wa. ran-    c'1'b'*ti«B- »«A deredl    .,    .    |w,li    l’ruv«    to    be    a    demonatrntJo*    of 1. Th, Bl, Bell Md th. Llttl. " s„lhr^?k“ SP'ril- vo mil—Kathryn Dean.    !.me    of tht‘ *on** t0 be S,1M 2. (a) Old Melody, (b) I’m a Soldier--Katherine West. 3. (a) Two Scale Dames, (b) Duct—Joan Orr and Teacher. 4. Little Humming    Bird—Nell Platt. 5. March of the Wee Folk—Jac* qu<? Un Grout 8. The Wind—Lydia Leitner.    ,,    ,    ----*■*— — 7. Dancing Daisy Field*—Theda 1.' V'. ^ C°me' Plea## brln8 Un.    flash    lisrHf bit; Hark. Thw Herald Angels Sing.’’ “Joy to th* World.” “Oh. Little Town of Bethlehem.” “Oh, Come all y« Faithful.” “Silent Night.” “We Three King*.” “It Came upon a Midnight Clear.” Printed song sheets will be dis. tributed at the tree. Everyone la Offertory—Junior Angels. A doctor was called and reatora-1    Sonf—“AI1 Aroujad the World” lives applied, and after several hours ' an<ile    ^Fourth Vear Inter Fine Meeting at Clark, called for his supper, none » the worse for his effort* to kill himself- He was placed in jail for fighting j a woman, Lur}- Price, and said when jh* vn locked up that lh® would: Eureka Club not rome to see him, or try to gr>t: him out on bail, and he thought he would make her sorry, Recorder Toole was merciful to him, and only fined him $6.00, pro- mediates. I The regular Klwanir Club lunch-«fOn was held yeaterdiy at Hotel • Henderson. The principal speaker was Dr. \\ rn. G. Bodle, who in The Star Lighted Path-Y. W, A. talk on underprivileged children J ria.    .    ..    _    I    .1-    .    ----------if-    ( Chap*! Hill Ov*r T.« Month* Ain. V decomposed body found- In Girls. Legend of Cathay—Mr. J Hatcher. Song*—Bareca Class. White Christmas Gifts. from -lated thatcher* were several child- 'r*wpr* mi s r ■ ™ T*tf llfletf .. P. ren at our local schools who were rhur‘<la>*    11‘h. a* that rf Mor. not receiving proper breakfast* be. * C!*n *V,norrr- Jr > Criv. r«iiv of The Eureka Home Demonstration Club beld a very interesting meeting on Wednesday, December loth. There was a bullet hole through **    ^VX-inutTI    I    U    Lil»    '    1 at the home of Mr*. E. D. Leopard. ,Vldl>d ht‘ would P®y doctor's bill. Miss Bailey, Home Demonstration    ..... ftffcnt, gave a practical demonstra- D * si . i tion on Alteration oR Patterns, also    IVlBtCn a most interesting Ulk and demon-)    At    Sims’    Arena stration on the making of candy, | which is very appropriate just at .fare coming to school.    {North    Carolina    Mudcnt    who    di-ap t „r    After    discussion of this point, a p**r"d »«t Pehruary A Word of Appreciation—Mr. H motion was offered and duly ear-C. Parker.    -md that the Kiwanla Club dunatof , kul! *nJ a pi'loJ l*y hy tbe Announcements. '    ’the sum of $50,00 which had ben th' My’ Benediction—Pastor 0. E. TeBow. appropriated for <*ntcrtainment at! '    of    university*,    geology* the Ladies night program, to the re-P^T    ^    lrH>    d,"et>v* lief of this condition, and appoint a V,.    “    ' I’.. .. . committee to investigate and report1    aml    M'U    :n    that    K^il,n K 8. Cupid'.h Frolic—Frances Tim-mt-rm*n. 9 Birds—C. H. Howard, j IO.«'s—Margaret Woodhead. 11, Sparklets—Carolyn Rearden. 12. Hungarian Dance No. 7-Mi- Byrtl, Mn. Mitchell. Ll. .Songs— (at The Birthday f nr'King. (h) Lullaby—Mrs. A rd rev.   ^ Eight Arrested In One Game HALLMAN-SUMMERALL present: Mrs. A. H. Fullmer, Mrs E. D. Leopard, Mrs. J. H. Landrum, Mrs. E. P. Kennedy, Mrs. R. R. Tormenter, Miss Nellie Benn, and Miss Montague Bone. PLAY AT WINDSOR The play “His Uncle’s Niece” which was so successfully put on at Talatha-Hawthorne school last week will be repeated at Windsor school on Thursday evening, Dec. 18th. This play is being given by members and friends of Corinth Baptist church and the proceeds will be used to purchase carpet for the new church. BOHEMIAN CLUB A pretty .voiding of the ChriM- on w.y, ,„d moM. lr, 'th!, ma* season was that which took a* much aa possible place Munday at high noon at the As a result of this motion, the 1 LaiPUsl C,hIUr,Ch Wh*" MUs Mar' !*adi*’' N'**ht I’r gram of th.- RtWanis 4    ,    ,    garet Ellen Mailman became the Club will ho I r .••• i , i A gnat boxing match will be hl    v.    ..    :nt    ■    «    ‘ -    bnde of ‘ rHenry Jiummerall, to be determined by the Board ors. Sheriff Howard, and Deputies Sanders and Beaufort raided a gambling joint at Fox's Crossing on Monday and    arrested    •    -ht    darkie*.    Tee w.    T.ning    F.lry    StoH—V.irri,    l^a’T    ^ own    ’    •    (,arn‘t{’    Harry    Jones, Dob. -Spinning Song _ Sonhronl.    7 """’I ''"rk,"n Sfc“‘ Johnson Were    brought to Aiken, 16.    Glady?    at    Play—Ells    Mor-    T'    f'"    baston    had rR|lf    ‘    heard    their    cases    fined    them each 17 Fired!** n.K. ok™    Jfb.15 or IS days on the gang. ii. * ironies— Helen Timmerman.    a****. 18. The Jumping Jack—Myrtle!    ~    ——- F v    Sheriff    Howard I ii. ( on Amor. Brown. 11 Wilson. -Ne!! O'Mii this season, as Christmas is near- The following members were held at the Sims' arena at Stiefel- p m* it "m .nenry ul,lnululb > be A „ yn..ii „    .    M    ,    .    L    I    ivev. Phillip McLean, officiating at Direct ***"•    town    on Friday mght. TK. go Uu. Unyr.»,v, «r„„„ny. I* tween Guy B«rry. favorite of Llwuralion, of whit. chryeanthe-    “ Aiken va Johnny Thon..on, of. Co- munu ,nd paln„ werc wd in ,h, SALLEY HIGH SCHOOL urn!... Th. ■enii-ftna!a .re betwMn ,-Btfrch and llghud cMdlM were    -- P..,1.acock of Aiken, rn Eddie pl^ .bout th, charnel, i ama, o o urn la.    The    bridal    music was rendered    by lid. Fwilight—"Margaret Dtxlgen JI. Th.    Desire—I^ureen    Real ' den. In Bad Wreck bali Itf-t-n combed as part of a nation-wide search made for M »orer, 17-yenr-u!d son of    Mss. Rya Muurer of \^hr*vi!!«-, \    . after his disappearance. Th. body was found (i, n'    Last    Thursday Sheriff Howard ime rn a    thick undergrowth. During the    L>“?'    A    Christmas Symphony, with    in    company with    W. S.    Jone« game hunt    for him, nunicr >u-    searchers    v^°'*n>    triangles, gong, rattle*,    night-    warden, were    enroute    to Ellenton rind    pn- ed within a few    yard- of    ‘‘9K**!<-»,    cymbal?, sandblock,    whiff-    on    business.    Near •    Summerall’s snap. quail, castanets, glockenspiel,}farm a truck drove out of a aide tambourine, ent re class. wa*    e von tu all v WTI.'re Hie III.(IV found. --- Members    of    the fraternity 'n!    __ The tenth grade of Salley High which* Moorer, a freshman, wa-School have receiv. I tlunr class rings d dentifled ’he b, iv. Th.’ McLaurin Club —ij    *    r    *    **v    4#*    »'**•*    **» uaiv »» tao I I. livlt I \ ll U v three other attractive events are Mbg Theresa Woodward who played fur lu3L The rings are very beau-!P»*f >> ^«"d by hi< side wk- his. arranged, and those who attend    i    Traumeri,”    t,ful    green    gold    mounted    on    Mr<-    N-mrer,    the    mother    of ut ,    v,_»«    ,    .“Song of Love" and Will bo highly entertained.    ..At    and    ’’Swowte.t Story ; ii ll"?'    ........ Ever Told" were .un, by Mn'. installed, and the arena will be made comfortable. yellow gold. The signet is composed the outh i* well known in Aiken. !!<•- f the ‘ b'r marriage, a- Mi * w»u    jirs.    j    ut    lih:    ......... a ,    th James C. Moseley. The party enter- Torch of Intelligence, the Ump of Walker, he was a member cd to the strains of "The Bridal    and the Shield of Wisdom. '*I{,'n Institute faculty for rn x ______ ti    I    hi*    S    In nil irw* f«*n. c. wit,— road and the Sheriff’s ear hit the truck. Mr. Jones suffered a cut above the right eye, and usiained a badly wrenched ankle. Only a tree prevented the Sheriff** Holds Meeting ar r m 1 bg turned over, and possibly fatal injuries to both men. Sheriff Howard was badly shaken The McLaurin Home Demon-Ira- ^I1* *nd has been under the care of j ,,    ®'f    Tifbt    t    t'horus" from Lohengrin. “To a ^ u ^ 'landing for Salley is en- Fears. Last hr,day night a highly enter. wad Kosa” by McDowell, was soft- Krwved itt OW &HrI«h. The year Ulnvd ,ro.d Mjvytd Reveal In. ly p,„dl.rK, dur|ll|( th|, ceren„,ny j 1»32 vngr.v.d on tW ring. i, truly * Eva >f tilt several lion Club met at the home of Mr 11 (i,)rior for a few day*. J. (. Jones on Friday, December 5, and Mendelssohn’s Wedding March '* 11 oi irt' Iriuc were order- flghta at this arena. ■ ^    °ut Cy Y°un‘r    ''■»s    .........<,d fr<’mJon.,«co.,cincin. in the third roond, In , gr..t light. K|rsl of th(. brl|lli] ^ (0 ent„ Mil. Ohio and ar, wry at 3 o’clock. Mila H.iloy, CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION AT Home Demonstration agent, gay. .. RI N OVER BV AUTOMOBILE very interesting arid practical demon-—-—    •    st rat ion in candy making. The friend? of Dr and Mrs. Tho?.! Those present were: Mr-. A hby GRANITEVILLE LUTHERAN CHURCH n __j    .    .    _    .    Ansi    ut    wit*,    unum    pariy lo enter ,    »*i)    i    tie I den ti I of Dr. and Mr, rknt * nose present were: Mrs. A lie MoodvVaWt!n LndTaHU^ ^ **** ihe U*h*r"' T> Bl H*lln,a"’ Jr -    f    wbo    hav‘‘    th‘‘m'    W.    Htttson,    of    Miami, FU., will re- Kneece, Mi J. L. Gunter, M,-. C Bohemian is the name of the recently organized club in Aiken. There are about twenty young men of Aiken who make up the personel of this club, Dr. Bill Maloney ha? been elected as president and Mr. Jack Holsonback as secretary-trea-surer. The club is located in the rooms above Weatherford’s on Laurens street. This is a social club and in the future will sponsor several dances. The first of these will be on the 23rd of December at the Titanian "n’suTng 'yean Moody in a ten found battle.    T . D ..    , t, , ,w    , . .    i    and T. I. Rankin, who lighted the „ fete ( ourson won a decision over    >rv.    . t n , ,    P pi., nr.„.    .    .    ,    ,    candles. They were followed by Miss Eddie Williams in the second round    un    ,    t    .l    ■    >    * l , .    .    Ruth Hallman, s ster of the bride, by virtue of a fowl. Kid .Scott knock-1    .    *    ’    " j , rj, ,    „    .    ,    dressed in black velvet w ed out Sketer Rucker in the second L# ,    l v TV rt L. V 4 t    .    ” p,n*    who    came round. Thf fljarht between Leonard    f a* * j *» * .    ;irm    of the groomsman, Berry and Kid* Hatcher was a draw. - Star Lodge Elects Officer* Those in the class are: Vi Miss Winifred Hallman, maid of *    f,b    n    Rodgers. honor, and sister of the bride, also sn black velvet, aith pink corsagt COTTON GINNING REPORT of roses came in alone.    —-....... The bride entered with her father, There were 27,HHH bale- of cotton will I"' for cveral months. Dr. Hut- n is a former re-ident of \ ik« n. THE MEANING OF CHRISTMAS appropriate Mon of the Nativity, a decorated and illuminated Chn " a tree will add beauty and Int* n * '♦* the occasion. The public i Cord all} invited to be Hall- Al Saunders and his Polkadot? an eleven piece orchestra of Augus-*a, Ga., will furnish the music. This will be the first of the holiday dances and will doubtless he a great success Mar L;,d**’ NoV J;.A'    •    o{    Mr- T- B- Hallm#n* *y whom sh<*    round    as    half    bales,    ginned    -even men who wee granted « e,ti- Lun iav „r ,, , \    \    ,, (..aniteville elected    the follow,^    was given in    marriage. She .sa    rn Aiken County, from the crop of    f, ate tine author,,ed    ti:.’    practi    e    n    at* cue    " “viee' ’ officers on Dec. 4th.    to serve for the    stunning in a    long brown velvet    1930, prior to December Ut. 1930.    „f,,,„,H,ng n Smith    Car    na la    .    ,, Th    \t n    l r ' •    11 * ’    * in*    -»i i is fit fiK    Ov * nr Isl n ’Xt Mr. and Mrs. J. Hopkins Smith, Sr., of Portland, Maine, have arrived in the city for the winter sea. son and are occupying their cottage, “Cedar Lodge" on Laurens street. dress, brown hat with accessories    as compared with 18,311 bab to match. She carried a brides ned to Dec. 1-t, 1929. bouquet of cream roses and lilies of _____________ the valley. They were met at the    —    —    —    „    ^    _ altar by the bridegroom, with his best man, his brethel? Mr. Everett    I Summerall.    I Following the ceremony Mr. and    j Stewards—L. D, Godfrey, John Mrs. Summerall left for a motor    I W Posey.    trip to North Carolina and other    4 Tiler—James E. Courscy. W. M.—Jame? E. Parker. S. W.—Ernest Johnson. J. W.r—G. S. Hinton. Secretary—H. H. Whitehead. Treasurer—J. M. Posey* S. D.-2-G. M. McKeon. J. D.—Cha-s. G. Hall gin- i week '>y the j in if examiner? ttfijhoard of . cg.rn er Sunday school at !• lf, a. B. 'i. I*. I N, meet ai fi “STapt” SAYS - SANTA CLAUS 1 opular e rn. St ’ ■ ii Kiwani* Club Invites Contributions To Its Christmas Relief Fund I i’ eopie "lf ( cardin! 1 v t • r \ •rung M*rvift of song led b lit rif ».r, Vk.w a i at th if Then .church COTTAGES LEASED REMARKABLE RECORD In another column will he found the condensed report ct the City Clerk and Treasurer. a E. Thorpe,. Sr., and fills some ten or fifteen page?. During the last year Mr-Sarah Busch ha? been the ac-live clerk and treasurer, Mr. Thorpe said that he did not have to^change a single figure in the clerk'? Records, every . • "try .Mb & madA jo accurately, He further added that Mr*. Busch wa? a wonderful clerks Aiken can bond of th# only woman city clerk and treasurer in South Carolina—and the beet one tee. Mrs. T. A. Story, of Washing- points, The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. T. B» Hallman and a for mer student of Tubmnn High Scho >1 is admired In many friend- for | J ton, D. C., has leased “Everere<’n" ber "weet disposition and attractive j I I lh** \ikcfi kiwani- (Jtib. re<ili/ing the exceptional di-tre file'ah ut in <iur vicinity at tin- time. and heing anxious t«» < »• triliiiD to the alleviation of tin* -ame, and to Iring ( hii-tin: • hoer into some live- where it Would otherwise he Inking, dm r»’-o!\.- ,1- follows: MAY-CAKPENTER Vmong the thousands of children hurrying daily to -chool or play, nany 1 > • ; to j • Hignai    ; . ta i hi j , who directs the Ch seal traffic. "Watch for the red light," Santa. "When you see s' st red light means dang, r to it no ans too mu, -i strain hours of sleep, in-cV'-eri f-toi tm a.- av ittaffe on Chesterfield street for    manners. The    bridegroom    is    con the w inter reason, lease being made    n< . lr    r .'T!% the    Holley    Ifert-mr <>.,    ar through Florence M. Laird, Real -wUsnian and is quite popular wit! Estate Agent. Mrs. Story expect* friend? and the young set of Goto arrive in the city about Febru- 'city. He i- a graduate of Furman arc I?t.    University. Mr. Gordon Massey, of Middle- , their    w<• 11i burg, Va., ha? leased “Sandhurst"    their    h <me ♦he Kramer cottage for the sea-on.    ent?,    Mr. ai ' eg ,• made through Willcox agency,    all Mr? Savannah Barrett Butt ha* The out-»f town    were:    Mr *"a*e,t i co'.age on Snuthboun<!«»'’\ and Mrs W. 0 Hallman, if Au mfiffinrf    ;>n«    Leon,, n,uin. r \ igui jia, Mrs E. E. Haigood and -.n, -    ,    lawrence, of Columbia. Mica#* I WtlitfTffd And Ruth HaHmxn, of On their return from I ■g tr p they w ll make j with the groom's par- j J Mrs. .Fabian Summ Im r, crrnd- C.lub Ct,!l11 lr. 11 ii ’ I ' it the im! t\ id ll. 11 nieg.iui- ai th* Uul Le ‘++-V rfr*d 'i-it'- la a fund Ld tin »,I„i .rf d»?trr«*. the pro t    {d iced in tin* hand- of I. Vt Wihur-I i- the kiwani- I >ntribillion and that the genera} nuhli, Im* invited t«> .il-o Ute to the i KIM \ ken belief ^ -nera I j rn DI 1, b. total unoiint colin tr ie! v . re-,iii liable nuhli, it\ h .’inn (hi? ii did I tit** ii th ii ll 11 die Salle v A Co. { "Oh, Come all y# Faithful.** Cam* to th# carob*. Christmas Atlent#, Mr Everett# Summerall, <>f 1 Eve $ IO to «.IO, at lh* C,»***f*,f*n«*V . W uflf«**d    Soa. Uiili.: mc JIO J f {Christma- tr##, on Laurens »tr#«t. J Mr. and Mr*. A. G. inert, of Aa * Being your flash tight    1    rust# k waits- lo date H ♦ jordan ti I turban 1 .ne hour -als* »iptfod f* n##ri U iiF0.HU I w -1 (II (Si •g ce nisi V-hhurM. the lecteri teeth ai: I ' 1 ' 'i! ha been mad,' cf umhine. age of Miss Ruth Ola May,    "Tubereulo    - • and Mr. John D« n 'ii childhood, at • ■    -* Aiken. urbt; Ti look hi Jib be g U r.„,. Wedne-dwy, N’ovember 28th pear. I ,iiv ' .ai:’ *?ton. S. ( .    tuhercub sis n sd Mr-. Carpenter left im- X Ray .*•    •' ha a)-, > the ceremony for an < rdit • u ,<1 trip ta many interesting 1 - at an age Pbo'da. 13    ■    ‘ olf is j, sup* rior v lung wo- by • ■i uro, charm?. She is the rui I nd Mi- ;    "I' iv- b,',rn take ’‘tonal ", th,* a- her uh?, begins in danger-; r.g JRO ms a:J-. of adult a h \ I: it M»: 'imbed * I— [lf KIU AM> Cid ll (if MKI \ bv Harrv sudj,t# P - of Mr and has f *r he r I charm of mind as "king hr r,tte beauty Mr Carpenter ha- for •en In ?u •• • f •. j I be * , he is it: and •at ,n ss with his "(n t )he brake? ir n eke their the r*-d { , leir many Iv when y stioa with th#m muck hippie##*^ jsfrmra,". Fh# > King couple rn me in Aiken ani ;