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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - December 17, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                ntusic pupils jji the irecitaL operation with Vi younf men tnoraing bringing oat such tones that In his yard rofleetedcredifr upon the training of oin in singing Carolson He sapi hie Baarecently both pupil teacher he Christmas Toy mind the of the county Eve at the Communit come apd bring some gift twentytwo turkeys stolen Mr Tooles alleges in his warrant tributious received will be given ens Street and jplayed ensemble was the closing jnumfeer This made aspecial ap pear to thelarge audience and iFte thtir puipose to cut off all to who are at present Bnem rom to aclock This wiir be ach and every individual to thathe had twelve If the respbrisie generous one The young men were arrested and tnxeft for the affairs of tho eountj will gone into and BO to thvHradget COUfi lodged in the Aiken cpinty jail and musL containingJcacola and there willbe received hundreds of n an expression of felloarship their bond is fixed leetions suggestive of mas season grE Ardrey eroup oJL packages of fruits candies and gro podwill who tiould come and listen to thfe A number of turkeys and chidkens cedes to help the en sTnrptn ing the last few and tho peo special program ple Me Jbver hav ranged for this occasion a real community which elng their barnyards raided Jat night The following program was ren Senior Class Mat Class wilf prove to be a demonstration o true Christmas spirit Some of the songs to be sung ty officials to attend and 0 tertsted in county affairs are imrited to be The Club Market Why not visit the Aiken County Glub Marketrto secure yonr Christ cakes Orders given on Saturday Dumber 20th willbe fflUd on Tuesday December 23rd just In time for Fine fat chickens good homemade country sausage pnd g day crisp vegetables delicious dark fruit cake rich pound Trie Suicide In City Jail made cranberry sauce and Christ early and gft yours before everything is gone Firte Meeting at Club The Eureka Home Demonstration Club held a very interesting meet Jnton Wednesday December 10th it tisc home E D Leopard Miss Bailey Home pcmonstration agent gave a practical demonstra tion on Alteration of Patterns also a most interesting talk and demon1 stration on the making of candy which very appropriate just at this season as Christmas near The following members were jClarenceClark colored tried to commit suicide in city jail Sun day by using a blanket as a rope and came near doing a successful stood on the blanket tied about his neck jump ed off He did not break his neck but was strangling to death when a fellow prisoner seeing his predica A doctor was called and restora applied and afterseveral hours Clark called for his supper none the worse for his efforts to kill him boys Arender department Pfayer j Christmas Year airier Carpenter Junior Girls Christmas and ourth Year Junior Boys Choir Origin of Christmas and Fourth Juniors Angels Around the World Postpone Body of Mining discovered Fund For Thj Donated to Milk Fund He was placed in jail for fighting ft woman Lury Price and said when r 1Intchor was locked up that she Would nof cnmo to SCP him or try to get him out on bail and he thought he would make her sorry Recorder Toolc was merciful to him and only fined him pro vided he would pny the doctors bin lunch x con was at Hole L The principal speaker wna DrWm G Bodle who in hi Gii children of Morgan P Hill Wonlbt Ago dcred The Big Bell and Dean 2 a Old Melody Im West 3 a Two Scale Dames b Orr and Teacher 4 Little Humming Plntt 5 March of tho Wee FolkJuc limielln 6 The Lcitnor 7 Dancing Daisy A dp ectinn J p body frtnr founilin a from Class Gift C Parker Announcements 0 E TeBoW Hark The Herald Angels Joy to the World Oh Lttths Oh Come all Night Wo Three It Came upon a Midnight PrintedsonK Ithc tree Everyone is invited to come Please bring your flash light litttl i IXTI trrurn vfVtJTHl Cnilfl ij ren at our local schools who wen a that rrf Mo not receiving proper breakfasts P Mnortr Jr University of fore coming school North Carolins tudent who rfimpi AftT discussion of this point lat I A Word of H i motion offered nnd duly cu f a through that the Kiwanis Club lnv hy tllc aidl the sum of which hud bcvn thc i i A group of Cupids Tim merman H TJoward 10 Woodhend Renrdcn 12 Hungarian Dance NT0 7 Byrd Mrs Mitchell 13 n Birthday f b Ardrey 11 Telling Fnlry Storio Brown Soriir Sopbmnin j Eight Arrested In One Game Boxing Match HALLMANSUMMERALL appropriated for entertainment at i the Ladies night program to Mlltkinir lrii sli si p trivi 1 10 at Mir ilipf of this condition nnd appoint n to and report At Sims Arena anit report A pretty wodduiR of the Chrwlon and menn to Wlcvintc IhN stJlhdn i trcd th hfid b season wiu that vvhicli took Monday at high nuon at Uu ilapust church when Mr Henry A ereat boxing match will be liniui ui nr uenr A H r n w if Ihillip SIcLcan offlcintinir F n I rH M J T THU ThC mni ceremony U Leopard Mrs 4 II Lamlrum t IK between Guv Ucrrv favorite of n MrS E P Kennedy Mrs B U Per i of white chrysnnlhc mentcr Miss Ncllio Scnn and Misx Montague Bone n niuch A a rwuli of thi XiRhl tho to be determined by the Hoard in Minn i PLAY AT WINDSOR The play HiB Uncles Niece which was so successfully put on at TalnthaHftwthorno school last week will be repeated at Wind sor school on Thursday evening Doc 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 Bohemian is name of the re cently organized club in Aiken There are about twenty young men of Aiken who make up the personel of this club Dr Bill Maloncy has been elected as president and Mr Jack Holsonback as secretarytrea surer The club is located in the rooms above Weatherfords on Laurcns street This is a social club and in the future will sponsor several danc es The first of these will be on the 23rd of December nt the Titanian Hall AI Saundcrs and his Polkadnts nn eleven piece orchestra of Aucrus ta will furnish tho music This will be the first of the holiday dances and will doubtless be a jrreat suc cess in the were ui wnuc Aikon v Johnny of Comuils und wcro lumhm The semifinals are between church n Dan Peacock of Aikcn vs Eddie placcd about the chnnccl lllmmn of Columbia i 11 he bridal music was rendered bv Three other are i Miss Woodward who Tri vu who attend of Lovc 1UH will be hiRhly entertained SALLEY HIGH SCHOOL lody fieltU in hnt spption ronihpd part of n nn made for Mnorer ITypiirnM son of Kvn iifrr if N after his nplCfirnncp r uniicrtrrmvtf Durinir the for him within n f Ihp ImiTy vpnitinllv irradi A new y5tom been Evur Told Uawning and Sweetest Story The icntli Schnol have rp t if ui KT yollow gold sienpt i ouri of S l tlicsr M Hrl are very beau N gold muuntrd on rompused nf the hi frntornlty S wtiv Th 17 Timmcrman IS The Jumping I in fnn A rrnut II llmliren JI Thr Hpsr i Symphmiy with IrinnglpB night pymliaN Mamlbhirk whip innp iinnil rntanrti ianiboiirinp pnliro clftr vur o unR AIrs n nrtalled and the arehn will be made Jamcs C Mosclcy party enteriTorfh f ntolligenee ihi Ump J comfortable Bi Fight ed to the strains of The Chorus from Lohengrin Lonrniln of i T V Chorus from Lohengrin To Ust Fnday night a enter Roso b WM sofl tamed crowd several fine K at this arena of The S standing for Galley is en graved in Old Knglish The yrur engraved on these rings is trulv hi pido vditih it known in Aiki her marriaup n U nlker lip n nicnilur Aikrn Institute faculty fur Club I Holds Meeting Kvn I the I v Abe Lucky knocked out Cy Younir i Jr 1 was used asa recessional in the third round in a great fight ly rendered during the ceremony and Mendelssohns Wedding March ia of nrt The rints were order from Heriff Jones Cincin First of the bridal party to Ohio nnii nrc considered very u T r beautiful by all who have seen them Those in the class nrp Virginia OVER BY AUTOMOBILE were the ushers T B Guy Berry won a decision over Ted Moody in a ten round battle Pete Courson won n decision over Eddie Williams in the second round by virtue of a fowl Kid Scott knock 17 thVCCOnd f who cameVn onthe round The flght between Leonard arm of lhe Oliver n v Berry and Kid Hntchcr was a draw Rnv Star Lodge nnd T I Rnnkin who lighted tht1 candles They were followed by Mis Poolll Rulh IinHmaji lenny Bruct Ruth Hallman sister of the bride Cnoprr dressed in black velvet with corsage tltson Ln Wilma Bonnette N1 Salley Miss Winnifred Hallman maid of honor and sister of tho bride nUo in black velvet with pirik corsage of roses came in alone The bride entered with her father Mr T B Haliman by whom sinrniintincr Francis Cnlr Vance Livingston Smith Olen Kodgors G Y 0on Th Elects Officers Star Lodge No flO A F of i Graniteville elected the following was civcn in marriage She wa in Aikt officers on Dec Jth to serve for the stunning in n lonp brown velvet COTTON GINNING REPORT Tinfriend of Dr and Mrs Thn W liutson of Miami will re gret to hear that their litlv soil was nii over by an auto mobile nn Dcrcinber and badly hurt having i number of biines broken He is as well n can be pxppotinl at thp Jark MciiKtrial Hospital uhorc he be fur several month Dr a former resident of Aikcn The MoLatirin Home Oemonstra lion Clul met at the home of Mr 1 Junes on Friday December 1 at i nVIiick Miss Klizftbeth Uniley llonii Demonstration silent cnv a very interesting nnd practirnl demon in candy makinir Those jiresent were Mrs Ashby Kneece Mrs J L Hunter C A Hallman T V Mrs K J Bnatwricht Mis 1 tones Miss Bailey Mrs Ceorce Clayton Misses an Ojtie lxe Took ami Ruby Knth nnd Frances Sheriff Howard and Doputiis San jders and Beaufort raided a gambling joint at Foxs Crossing on and arrested ht darkies lienryUoaU Luther j CGarrctt Harry Jones Dob n Brown Henry Jnckson and Skect ihnson were brought to and after Magistrate Gaston had heard their casw tineJ them cacL or tho gang Sheriff Howard In Bad Wreck Last Thumdny Sheriff Howard iti with W 8 Jonpil game i warden wprp piiroiite to Kllenton Im biisiniw Nenr SummeraHs n I nick drovp out of a side jrnini and the ShprilfM rnr hit the Mr sufTerpil n cut above the right md n badly wrcnehpil nnkle Only n tree prrventd thp Sheriffs par frnm turned over and faUl to both Shiriff Howard bndly shaken up and hns heen under thp care of a doctor for a few dnvn lere were round as half lialo Ciiinty from the and Mrs 1 Hopkins Smith of Portland Maine have ar rived in the city for the winter sea son and arc occupying their cottage Cedar Lodge on street ensuing year W E Parker S Johnson J S Kinon B M Posey S M McKeon J G Hall D Godfrey John W Posey E Coursov COTTAGES LEASED REMARKABLE RECORD Jn BTTother column will he found the the City Clerk and Treasurer This audit made by G W E and fills some ten or fifteen pages iJnrinp the1 tart year Snrnh has neon the ac tive clerk and treasurer Thorpe said thnt ho did not have sinsrlp figure in the clerks records every pntry hpjng madf HP further vrtr Mrs Ruich a womfcrfal rcrk Aiken csri Koast of only city in South the A Story of Washing has lensed Evenrroen Mrs T ton n nn the winter enson Florence M Laird Real Kstate Agent Mrs Story expects to arrive in the city about Fphrn arv Ut Mr Cordon of hns leaded Sandhurst Tf Kramer enttnge for the made Willcox seemy Snvxnnah Barrett Butt hni dress brown hat with accessories to match She carried a brides bouquet roses and lilies of the valley They uere metat the altar by the bridegroom with his best man his Mr Kvtrett I Summerall Following the ceremony Mr and Mrs Summerall left for a motor trip to North Carolina nnd other points The bride is the daughter of Mr Mrs T i Hallman and a for mer student of Tuhmnn Hiprh Scho il is admired by many friends fr sweet disposition nnd attractive ler1 The bridegroom is con TTrr Hnilcy rrr riian uil s pTpnlar witr inl ii voting set of prior to December as compared with TKd to Dec 1st crop of HCiO L W Hoykin was m even niPii who irranti that the of in South Car week by of i examiners THE MEANING OF CHRISTMAS I At Fir i Haptist church fir i1 J AJ on Cniitmas at each yervice m ThiMeaning of CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION AT GRANITEVILLE LUTHERAN CHURCH The Sunday school nf St Jnmes Lutheran church of Chpiier L Fryp superintendent on Christmas Ilpcemhpr 2f nt will rnder tnV beautiful nnd Christ mas xprciie The Birthday of Our In connoc with this appropriate celebra of the Nativity a decorated and illuminated Chri ra treo will add eauiy and intere S the occasion i ally invited to be ST a SAYS SANTA GLAUS I Kiwanis Club Invites Contributions To Its Christmas Relief Fund tin thousands of children daily or Inirryinj many in in lai who trallie for dn t their their co on S hlio Salloy On Oh alt frt th Kvc i ti to fl fro1 on Laurern T ftnr fnh Hsrht wih ens Mr Mr njl The urn W O K K K Mr Kvpre return they he Sin m n k o Mr The trilillle in cheer nitu reiihe i ecril i Cllil I i MAYCARPENTER Mi tnen ma Kuth May Watch red i too of sin ieied teeth f sunshine Tuberculi the r you Keli M 1 in iin III 1 1 1 and Mr childhdoil Mr lei charms She it Mr a ha s a w for hT nnd Mr und Mr 1 I Hir nf   

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