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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - April 18, 1934, Aiken, South Carolina No Paper Published in this Locality Equalsthe Journal and Reviews Circulation in Aiken County Spend Your Moftey Where ThU Emblem DU played AIKEN CM WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1934 a WORKONtH AT STANDSTILL of Hitchcock Probated ftt enan E Entire Estate to Four Children COMMITTEE HOLDS MEETING Mr Meets Here April i T i FERA Take Project Count Job The annual meeting of T i TKo mas Hitchcock received gare PresbyUirial auxiliary ydlbe H Take illcam from lho eft j held April 24 and 25 in thV Pro ty Complete j in Aiken Mrs Me terms of her will filed for Queen Quattlebattm of Johnston j probate Thursday at Mineola Long president of the prcsbyterial will The bjilrfing convmittee in charge j Thc the after of the Aiken County Court House iMrs Hitchcock often referred to noon of April 21 will open with a project after cowtmmiun nf 11 noon at Guntcr Wilder s to diof at winUr home in Aikenwill be Mrs Mason Carrbll presj liscuss plans for the completion of Apri 1 as a rcsult Qf injurie suf j dent of the South Carolina synodicul the on the building jn Miss Minnie D Thomus assistant Emergency Administration has ceased since April 1st when the The the eslate which secretary of assemblys home mis 10 be among four children Sions Atlanta Dr L Ross after the elder Hitchcock dies was j Lynn president of Thornwell or not set forth estimate phanage and Audlcy Morton placed the value of her real estate presidentof the Georgia sy nodical holdings mostly in the vicinity of Mrs James W Jackson of the took charge of the work For the past week tinners have been at work and part of the building has been protected from the rains but the work is practically at a stand still Unless arrangements can be made to get building operations under way Westbury at approximately Presbyterian church of Columbia 000 This is exclusive of her peri a splendid Bible teacher will con sonal fortune duct the Bible study on The will executed on March 14 of Mrs D R Brockinton of Charles this year was signed with an x tor wi aso be present s and bfinj explained that Mrs Hitch a message from the Cherlcston pre to affix her byterial of which she is president The luncheon April will in a short time an official of the county stated yesterday that tke County Commissioners will take j cock was eharRe of the job and it will be j completed by contract j Bequests outside the family includ bratc the anniversary of At the meeting on Thursday fumi f presbyterial Mrs N G C lis Irvm of Autrusta architect for jen nurpo u Ai Ualos of Columbia who was one the Frank E Steifel whjch wjn lo thc of tlu general foreman cave the commitj on ioiuh aml an outriKjvt will preside at the tee of the amount of labor of to Dr R H i The hospitality committee and material needed to carry on the j of Mrs C A Owens Mrs work and committee transmit ted this information to the Aiken county delegation tn the genera as with the request that they hurry forward the approval of the j i vants at Aiken will divide iTROPHY PRESENTED TO WOODMEN CAMPi F Hcnderon Mrs 1 K Hcnder MrNair Mrs C A I liirs Mrs 1C S Henderson Afternoon jLansleyBath JQHNIcSWEENTO I eachers ReElected 1 ASSN TOMORROW EVENING Superintendent And Three Principals I Eledcd AVithout Opposition HiimMis At a moeting of dons Kdueiition Spiriliai of the LangleyBiuh high Educationand MinSchool system hsdd fast week all Christian Social of the entire system were reelected for another year Supt This Interesting Speaker Jo Talk on The of A splendid program has bevn ranjred for the April meetinir of the on Report of Executive Committee i A J was reelected without p V f with Recommendations Report of opposition were the thrbe I nient of Committee Keport of Cre of the hiirh school R W Hath dentials Committee Prayer Recess principal of the Ljiiijrley grammar Tucuday Evening Oclock Rev Leland Presiding Hymn O Come All Ye Faith ful Devotional Rev Kdniunds j mar school Ieulah Hurnetto Rock Address Assemblys Home Mis Hill Mae Johnson Augusta ions Miss MinnieIX Thomas AtKmily lumper Aiken Malino Mc school and J IF Owens principal of the Bath trrammaT school Others elecied were Bath lanta tu Jeanette Mill Special music by Mrs K K Ari Pauline Urntricc McCreary Ver Jdery Hlylhe Institute Auditorium the principal speaker of tFie welling beiujr Dr John President of thePres byterian College of South Carolina 1r McSwecn is a most interesting speaker and has a circle of friends in Aiken will he ulaj of the opportunity to at the ParcntTeiichers His sub ject will he The Rights of tho Iev J dory T Birthday Pageant Presented by Mrs F L Armstrong Hath am i u imK ni ommi ei nas ar tp ranged a number of musical solec 1 renton Auxiliary directed bv Mrs Louise Russell Wrens t ir ii n i e f i i lions and interestinr reports will be A II Day Presbytenal Sccretarv of Lnntrlev rrammar school Hurjra made by the officers and committee and P Home Missions ret Mel ollum Mcdl Mrs R i Weclnetday Morning Hanks St Matthews Mrs H M Hymn Worship the Mrs 1 M Keels K Secretary Spiritual Life i Minufes ville Marguerite Kin and j Report of Secretaries of Cause I Foreivrn S and ur P Honu 1 nne Wilson MO chairman Dr Uoone expressed the hope that the ill membrship would be nreseii in t uInstitute Auditorium tonioccow evenine Cottages Leased For Next Season Kihio Study 1 W Fort North Herniec Ranch Ward and f r lewell Cliliiim incliidini Roll Call Re ii labor item by lVdoral Kmerfroncy Executive Hoard Meetinr Relief The county already lias i T M of local auxiliai Di t PI ANO RKCITAL AT ST ANGELA j agreed tu furnish the necessary ma lodvin Comniunioii ionducteij liv Hymn 44i inw ard ACADEMY i terials and theprddem now to Uluni1 Pator i u have the fovornniflU carry out the u Presbyterian Church Doxology I Report of Mi A Piano Recital will be riven by approval the application for lai n Call to order President Mrs W T of pupil St I CulL1 l w f Tnber were ha leaeil from Mr and Mis Ward C Pittfield of Toronto thenAiken winer home for next bor which was orijiinallv Wueen present tit the mcetmj and enioyed by the administration from Auxiliary Aiken It is that masmuch Mrs W H Purdue F i i M ummil Imanee at l em K Pulilnity of The par n the and Mi f Sonthnmn from Mr C M Mr I lOltaie fof Mis W II Pardue run in me par n I and f 1 p i ci Urn court k only partly com K s iuc UaVld pleted and that there is a need l iumbia i ll iiniv4i ai y of for the building Plans will In T Camp to made for its early cmnpleuon Ilie rrlrratioj has conferred with ihe Amonj th tale administrator ol ih and they arc that mav be nMimed on a to letain hi fine trophy for related bv from Charietoii bv M N Dies at Hot Springs l Mr A Hrckmlni nl Pre liytelia It i irdins nire Innditii Afl i i nre Inntii n I I nuire on relief and they arc hopeful mn ti i o Mf inilee Hitorian M i iin Ameriia a an in uranoe ioni ali earlv next week Pr I Miss Edgerton Delegate to R C Convention n M i Meage M Prof J B White I pany and the cheap rates thi hut Hi of he of i rr brotherly fcelmir the menibei ha j ReElected President aeh in need Aiiolier cnai feature ierciloi Sanatorium in Colorado whiri members tricken wth OP lNTFRPsT NeRro Stabbed with aboliiirlv no ro The AiKen ounty eiation hen last tjuarterly meet ing on Thursday afternoon The de votional service was conducted by the Rev K Leslie of Crnniie llvuin Fun lr i n I Hible Study M i V P ITEMS OF INTEREST ville H Hyrri ami Paii KJIOX Death Near Monetta Thes and many nore nnrit of Mr Uay Lylirand Sta1 ligli in were elected is dcleirates to the Modern of Amirica were way Patrolman pain in i South arohna associa o i brought out in the verv mereime iat W the i i 1 R was reeleced i bv i i M and impressive talk irv president for another vear and L M T in presenting the trophv wa innwn pa i Tornone was elected 1 1 to the Camp near wa and i v Miss Fort of the Lnngloy arid h r a In addition to the regular ruied about head aro her Bath high school was elected see re A 1 1 of the meetiTir one new member part hit i p i tarv and treasurer nri was adopted h amp Ill broken IJ i r t P All in all a trood time riad by he pa week in hiis present 7 he xvii and ha j not come regularly to e meetings rn t from V r Appointed Trustee are missing a of tood duca Dr L D Boone titinal pntertainmont ictor K Hiknian if 5a A1 are afetid President Mr Dr L lloone has been a trustee school district nieetiiur and let make The hnMian to ake the place of Mr Harry Sud amp one f in he the low whose term of office has ex l pired Trustees of Aiken school trrt have the STUDENT CLUB MEETING Colored free school and the Aiken Institute has ru r i r lar MISS CHARLOTTE HLST RIDER iiteni on campu of he luillor y arid hi The Student Man Miiy of Aiken Mrs Osna Hut on Thursday afer TI i Chamber of Commerce Voting for Officers LEGION AUXILIARY HOLDS MEETING hat Thniday A Uh the Auxiliary Aikn i1 i Im No at the home Mr L D wee Mrs A r Mv 1 H Mi Hihrk i Ann Tne Format a Iramatic two a Tui aboard 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