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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - March 7, 1934, Aiken, South Carolina                                UF V NQ Paper Published in ST Equals the Journal and Reviews AlKEN MARdf 7 1934 a Copy Annual Horse Show V J 1 March 2SfhaJfd 27th 1934 will take place on Monday and Tuesday March 26th and 27th at the Hitch cock Home Show grounds The proceeds will donated to the Ai ken Hospital for and equip ment Tha following is the evente that will take show place during the Clasa Jumping to All Performance only to connt uonr Knox Claw Laad Ponies 10 A Caps by Mrs F S vonStade Claas Poniea under 13 A X Small Cupa presented by Mrs Devereux Milborn Class 4 Childrens Ponies under 13 A Small Cups presented by Mrs Thomas Hastings Claw Childrens Ponies 13 A7 M Cups presented by MrsJ Wm ZieglerT Jr Class ChildTens Ponies Jump ing A Cups presented by Mrs R V McKim Class 7 Childrens Hired Ponies A Cups presented by MrsrW R Grace Class 8 Thoroughbreds 2 and 3 years old To be shown in handt A Best Hunter Type B Best Flat Race Type C Best Steep lechawe Type for Luncheon Class 9 Thoroughbreds 4 years old and upward hand 2 P To be shown in A Best Hunter Type B Best Flat Race Type C Best Steeplechase Type Class of Hunters 2 P Shown abreast over fences Combine ownership Prizes presented by Mrs F Ambrose Clark Class Teams P Shown abrcasnt over fences Combined ownership permitted Ap pointments to Prizes pre sented by Mrs Baynrd Warren REV HENRY D PH11X1PS TO PREACH AT ST THADDEUS 1 Services m St Thaddeus Episco pal Church next Sunday as follows Holy Communion at 8 m Church School at 10 a Morning Service and Sermon at 11 a m The sermon will be by the Rev Henry D D Rector of Trinity Ctaiijch Columbia S C brings a metaage by all the Church we hope Phillipe mtinban of the that all will availthemaelvei of the privilege of being in Church next Sunday Dr delivered the message to own Congrega tfonTK few weeksago and it made such an impression and aroused such interest thatTrinity Congrega tion has made it posaible for their Rector to go to other Congregations on a Sunday that they might also share in the LIEUT ROBERT I SCOTT PIEOTINGAIR MAIL PLANE Friends of Lieut Robert L Scott Army An r will be inter ested to know that he recently been assigned for service piloting an air mail plane between New York and Chicago with headquarters at The Westlake Cleveland Ohio He hag recently been on duty at Mitchel Field Hempstead L I He L irraduatcd at Point in 1932 at Kelly Field San Antonio Texas 1033 He is the grandson of Mrs L J Burckhaltcr and a nephew of Mr J H Burckhalter and M T Hollcy Aiken reside in Macon Ga Hia parents Priste presented by Mr Miller Class Open to all P Performance only to count To be ridden by persons 16 years old and under No one to ride more than two Cups prc by Mrs Fitch Gilbert Class Weight Hunters P Prize presented by Mrs F Goodwin Class and Heavy Weijrht Hunters P Prize presented by Mrp George Kent Class for Best Hunter in Show 4 P Prize presented by Mrs F Wallis Arm All winners of first and second ribbons in Classes 10 11 12 14 and IS must compete in Class 16 or their prizes and ribbons will be for feited Exhibitors are requested to have their entries on grounds according to the March 22 Friday March 23 After i P M reserved for Weather permitting Admission Autos 55 Buggies S3 Equestrians A limited number of parking spaces may be obtained and contributions to the above worthy cause may be sent to P S von Treasurer telephone 01 or A Durban telephone 10 or 1M Mrs Thoi Hitchcock In Serious Condition It is reported that Mrs Thomas Hitchcock very ill at her residence ns n result of her fall during n recent draf hunt and that members of her family have bwrn called to her bedside THE LEGION AUXILIARY TO MEET The Auxiliary to the Aiken Post Xo 26 will hold its March meeting Thursday the at four oclock nt the home of Mrs Sophy Ashhurst The other hostesses will be Mrs Henry Busbee Mr H A Hill and Mrs W M Smoak TWO A BIG EVENT John Chandler and both colored lodfad fit Saturday night charged with and assault and battery wM la tent to kill as a rwwlt of a abaofe ing scrape that oecurrad at Smiths house on Mr Edward Mfe EhnurrayV la Island on Saturday oclock 4 shooting aAiMlfc inc Raymond Bobinaon Ha jpyi that a oooVsiM crowd had at Smltha houaa to ttrnoon ahalf had plenty of liquor and tiwit was drank and shot twice Than he secured ahot through The wounded man died minutes Jackson the other man 1m chargvd with shooting Zielnl inson who was snot in tha rife 4a the fight Jackson Unit la ehot any one and that ha didMet have a Ziekcl Robinson will probably recover Coroner Tarvef heltPatT Sunday afternoon and the jury or dered the arrest of and Jackson of Ae race committee Tha Kkcing Association as Work to Start on Federal Building SATURDAY Troiibl to chaM H watt othen interested in the Senator Byrnes of SouthCftrall na said after conferringwith jus tice department and public i toAiken officials last Wednesday looking forward to He gala crowd present on St Pat ricki March witness the tint meeting of The Aiken Rac ing Aiaoeiation on the estate of Thomaa Hitchcock honw racing is atill deeply invtilled in the hearta of the southerners es pecially South Carolinians where racing first had birth in Charles ton back in praBevotationary days This eoniing first of the season under the sanction of the Hunta Committee of the National Steeplechase and Hunt Association is bound to draw a gallery of not lew than people The prom inence of Aiken aa a winter and sporting resort has no equal in the southland and1 many famous follow ers of the turf and steeplechase f Boston Philadel phia Maryland and Virginia will be present for that occasion Long Is land in particular will be represent ed as such families as the Hitch cocks von Stades Milburns Potters McKinneys Regans Durants Mr and Clark and others will all be represented on the day when St Patrick drove the snakes out of Ireland and the timbertop NolKe Robiruon Given Important Assignment in of Alcoholic Unit Nollte Robinson former sheriff of this county has been appointed as assistant In charge of the al coholic beverage unit for1 the district comprising North South Caro lina Mr Robinson for yearshas been an agent for the department doing field service and this appointment is in recognition of his excellent work and is a promotion will have his headquarters in Charlotte N where J A CHftofr is ata tioned as head of this district His appointment was announced by Senator Byrnes on March 1st Mr Robinson willcontinue to make his home in Golf Tournament The feature of the trio of events pected definite information at anwill bo The Aiken Cup Steeplechase early date concerning the propaoad for fouryearolds and upwards over erection of new federal buildinfifin Anderson Greenwood Columbia Aiken and Greenville Byrnes said the reports given him wcro most encouraging but that no definite statement could bo made at this time ASSOCIATION INCREASES MEMBERSHIP Umbnr course of two and n half The pursewill be S500 of which Kies to the second horse and to the third This race Now Under Way About twenty players entered the Highland Park Golf Club Champion ship which started on JBarch 4th when the qualifying round was play ed and the following players qual ificd nnd their score Win Tcrwilliger 73 O B Hutnon 79 Lex Davis 80 Joe Bitting 83 W 0 Jones 83 E A McCrcary 86 David Mcharg 87 and Dr Wil liam Moloney 87 Considering the fact that it rain ed during this contest the players made good scores The match play will be as fol lows Bitting vs Meharg Moloney vs Jones Tcrwilliger vs McCreary nnd Hutson vs Davis Two of these matches have already been played with the following results Bitting defeated Mharg 21 Hut son defeated Davis 32 Thu other TRACTS OF LAND SOLD AT AUCTION t ON SALESDAY MONOAY Before E t Craft nd Probate G R The followingtmcts of land were sold by Master B S Croft on sales day Monday March 5th t Danny Huckabee vs Fred Hueka bee 265 on Cedar Creek Sold to W C Rawls for A P Posey vs C H Howard et house and lot in Madison Sold to plaintiff for f Lee Merriwether executor of es tate of Jerry Middleton Willie and Alonxo Lyon 20 acres near Bath Sold to W M Smoak attor ney for Charles H Harris vs Mearl D Kerby lot in North Augusta Sold to plaintiff for T G receiver of Bank of Western Carolina vs Durban Realty three lots in Aiken Sold to Hendersons ft Salley attorneys for John Morgan executor estate of Caroline Morgan vs Richmond Mor gan 50 acres near to Hendersons Salley for Mrs Mnttie Cook administratrix of estate of John Allen Cook 160 acres near Davis Bridge Sold to Williams Busbcc attorneys for W 0 Corder vs Mrs Eula Quat llcbaum administratrix estate of W H Quaftlcbaum 64 84 acres near MonctUt Sold to plaintiff for Probate Judjce Webb sold one tract as follows J T Fulmer vs Mrs Wyrtis Sandurn Goldman ft 98 12 acres of land near Bhiloh church Sold to G Frank Posey for should in every way bo H great atI mutches will be played this week traction to every lovr of horses in i The finals will be plnyed on Sun so much that practically every star I day March 11th 36 holes performer in horse will tm enj On Sunday March llth there Itred First of al comes that notj will Inn qualifying round of 18 nble kind of Atmricnn Stccplechasi hols for H mutch piny handicap Ifi crs Trouble Mitkor winner of the j t0 ijualify Miitclivs of IS holex VALLEY SCHOOL TEACHERS TO ATTEND STATE MEETING LnngUyHftth high school Langlcy Kntmrnar school Bath grammar schools nnd the Jenrwnler public schools will have n from to A big in tho membership Maryland Hold up Mendow Urook j will Inplayed week Indny until the following Monday fur of he Aiken County Forest Cup and this event here will in a trophy for tin purpose of nilowini Die CnctiHy tivr Arwteialion was announced hirc iother not of course mentionj winner and runnerup by H Y Forsythe Secretary fine performance in the j Since establishment of thin j Gram XaMonnli nt Aihlfvo Civilian Conservation Corps Cnmp land last March Mrs Monetta Team in the County the Association Mem bership has increased from ten mem bers With a total Bcreajfc under pro tection of 2ST000 acrts to forty in baseball or a Tilden in tennis seven members with an acrcace of acres Mr Forsythe said he expected the membership total to to nttvml the Teach crj Assncintion meeting in Colum jbia March 8 ami 10 Trof J3yrd j of the Clenrwator School and Prof vnlry is indeed a real drawing curd i nnd today stands out in the sUiple I likn Hnbe Iluth dots Trouble Maker prrhnps comes Fugitive owned Thomas W Durant COTTAGES LEASED Mr Fritz Schulhofor has leased his cottage on South by has nl even exceed this total jways been n might horse a horse Membership in the t worth seeing in action und a popular girls won all three Mr Forsythe explained is volun1 fencer with the gallery Among u deceive siore tary and all property owners in Aijbotnble victories bnve been tho Men ken County can list their lands with MOW Iirook Cup the Virginia Cold the Forest Protective fuP nnti tlll Foxlull Farm Challenge 1 n and obtain intensive protection from Cup presented y that famous sports jjt j forest All lands Foxhal I who by Hutliind of tho school L the com j mi lice The Monetta llijcb school Girls j BuHketJiall team captured the title nl Stritc Tour miment held in Orancebnrc March Imposed After Mch 15 Per Cent Penalty 1st 2nd and ird f MSM boundary to S Linsley arc accepted iipon Montclair N who is oecnpyrnr it for the of March Mr Richard V Gambrill of Pea pack X has leased from Mrs David Inglis her cottage Bonnio on Newberry street and will occupy it for tho month of March lie is expected to arrive in Aiken today approval by the association officers and tlirectors and dues totalim two cents an acre for 102333 and 3i are payable in advance REGISTERED FOR FLOWER SHOW JUDGES Reynolds Fish Wins Handsome Prize Among hose who registered the Flower Show Judge coure in Columbia on March 1 u sponsored by the Garden ii tor South from Aiken Mrs EVERY TEACHERS SALARY PAID The Cnunly Hoard of Educa tion condutteii the school financial affair with great suc cess So far every sal ary nnd salary for drivers for the school year 1 ha bten tlAiii n full to dute the oxcfptinn of one month in ne is a what can ho doneby onrv fnr Mr A W Reynolds has been awarded first prize in the large nouth black bass ciriss by the Field and Stream mauazine it catching the eleven pound fish in his pond last July exhihitfii around Aiken and created a great deal of interest Mr Reynolds cnught a in rt arid landed t niter a good e Thiprixe i anil Mr Rev is riceiving tho contrritula iinnv of h friend Mrs R C Mclxan Wilds Mrs C B Wool Fank I Henderson Miss Marion IV P Ford Mrs Ilahn i re K II K doB wny was first rated 10 polo player and the Ox Ridge I Plate Fugitive in first class shape should make the strongest kirn of I bid Aiken Cup and if sue cessful will no doub lie among the j starters at The Carolina Meeting at jCamdon the following Saturday i March 2ith 1 Over pride of lien Ixa lie Behrs stablo when ridden bv ii that popular Marylander Frank A r j Honsel isalso a great favorite with the gallery Hro The tbev elta Smith Kneeci try CuitibH lone Iranby Kmece and ippollents wiri firvt wboiVi they beat to The Monetta i rs plaved bv i i i County Treasurer has i nutiofrom the Comptroller i ht of 7 pcr efeated Holly Spniigs lr to and thlast game was against llnnba ton with a to victory Mi Norinn Smith playsng for waid foi Monitta ed us Diitstanding playr een on the coirl during the tournament She ably a isted in mainlainiu of lie playersas a ring Na ni by i cent will nut be imposed on delin Fowler llxillye until March 15th Kargle i penally of 7 per cent will Jberi are Mverai bills h the Legislature to extend the time but have no passed This ex f i by een approve roe river two legs on the famous Maryland Ciold uij been a winner at thi He wa M oil II oil Long md Fuu well as ind Hunt Cup in t he iolii up in v a the JloWerful Kneece Thi is tha th title Song Service at St Thaddeus Is ar Moor FIGHTS AT SIMS nd ak 1 he jii tfo aSnr here Stoke of Ienniiur TtiJ1 together Arena on l go The none Ro of S i f Miss Timmerman Re ceives School Honor in Fri on WINS of Vork won tho of tho toh A rhe Clnh and Sy dtfe K r r I The will iTiind bclwefn finin f Ha and of Oher Kid Hritcbor and i Iubiic InvilrtI to Join in Singing Old Familiar A Soiic Service will be held at St Thaddeis Fpiscopal Church on Sun day evening March ISth at ieloek The congregation will join in singing the old familiar hymns As penal attractions Mr of Xew York ill evera seiieilons on the p and Mr CeoTie 1 1 Ti A frie wiii offering d jiublir i covdia to Eligible List for Postmaster at Salley an an i r   

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