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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - April 18, 1934, Aiken, South Carolina                                 w* aa cor part  No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review's Circulation in Aiken Countv.  Spend Your Money Only Whore This Emblem is Duple Vf'd.  VOL 64 NO. 16  AIKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. I<134  $2.00 a Year- 5c a Copy  WORK ON C. H.  AT STANDSTILL  COMMITTEE MOLDS MEETING  w.11 of Mr*. Hitchcock    Presbyter Auxiliary  Probated at Mineola  Unless FERA Will Take Over the  Project, County Must Complete  Job.  th. ’n . lrf.:    ’'i*;    •?<•!    • ’ ar re  of tht> \ikin Count'. Court House  Entire Estate to go to Four Children at Mr. Hitchcock * Death.  --- I    The    '20th    Annual    meeting    of    Cm  Thomas Hitchcock, Sr., received om >* Presbyterial auxiliary w ll  1  a life in co ire fr. rn ti'..' • 'a*, left hi d Vpril '21 and in tho P bv his xx Tv, Mf. Louise Hitchcock byterian churc-h in \ K- n. Mrs?. Mi •jnder the tu nn of tier vt ll filed for Queen Quatt • baun . of .I olm st n probate !'• irsday at M net a, Confr president of the presbyter a1, xx:  Meets Here April 24-25  I angle,-B. A School    john MCSWEEN TO  I eachors Re-Elected  Superintendent and Three Principals  I In I cd Without Qppo* Ilion.  •at ui  sal  Islan i  Mr, Hit  preside. The session on the atte; j •tuck often referred to noon of April 24 will open with ai a  I! I I ■  \ ell! lily A H    M  OU,* I I .J* it I o it *    ' :    f I ‘ I  tan Kd ti at le u and M ’f, ('hr: tinn S >cial S  project met .a-. I sin lax a ■ 1  n _ rrnrhrr* of polo n A rn ct -a. ' m rn tim n crrvicv. The -ponki • J  n< oil at (iunter Ac Wilder’s office to  Ii.  died at her winter home in Aiken, "ill he:    Mrs.    Mason    Carroll,    pr<    .  •liscu.. plan, for tho complot.,rn of  A|m , ,  a>  ,,     of    injuri „    , !lf .    dont of tho South e.rol.n. .vno.lical  th.- buildinir. Work on .ho l.ml.lme  f) m| jn a f>||     Mi,, Mini,,.- Ii Thor™-. a-si-t.n  ha, epa od since April I t when the  Th „  estate, which is inrretary of a**embly‘x home n . WA cl,.sc,I down work ami Floral    , m0 „ c    f „„ r  ,.,„ Mr ,. n     A.lama. Ga.; Hr. I.. IC  Kmerpon, y Relief Admin,.ira. ion  >fter  . h) .  (>|i|p , Hit. h.-..,k .Ii.-, wa- Lynn, pro,dont of Th..™well .  r.xos ut vt im ndat hi -N —- --rr • .- r  t mm HT V mn mein of Committee?.. Kept,it cl ('r lentlals i unniittee. Prayer. R< re I uridsv Kvrning, 8 15 Ob lock Hew I a land Kd mind , lh e-udm H x mn :    "i    i    Clime \ ii V,- Fail  11 ■*' wk'»<  v. .1 i:  •I*mr *• f the beard of he I ingles - fiat h I igl nj lie hi in- t va eek all the erst re system were •*r un.f her year. Supt. I wa re t '* ctm,! wuh -ut  ADDRESS P.-T. ASSN.  TOMORROW EVENING  Th>* ln!'tr?!;ng Speaker to Lvlk on “The Rights et the Chijd.  A splendl anged this  1  hu . nt I - I, JJC • **»• • 'I i. u ,  lJai  . , n. lim!  V ll :  not set forth. Unofficial estimat* phi mage and Mi . \udley Morton, \ iii  took charge of tin work. For th*  pas. week tinner, have teen at work  p!avi . t|     „ f    h(1| .    „ f    ( ;,.,. rK . a   and part of the I,a,Id,ne' has been  ho|d , n(rs m „ f ., y    Iht .  vk .„ my of  Mrs. Jam,-. VV. Jack.-,,, of .he I-  I 1 11  ''* --“ m  .ain., but to , Westbury, at approximately Sprat,. Presbyterian church, of I'olumb  work i< practically at a aland ft,ll.  Q00< T , n „ , s  ,  Xl . ]ufiv ,,  cf     ,   Bible teacher,  ..... n   ..... nennvenent,    can    be    made    .    ^     fi „., uni .     BiWp     . tUllv     „„ .. M , rK/ .  to KCI building operation, under way  Thp wffl>     „„  Mfm . h M     Mr-, ll. ti. Brook,rn,in.    of Chari,-  this year. wa-' signed with an "\”  ton w 'll also be pi* ont and bf • • being explained that Mrs. ii tch  a nu " Age ftoni tin- Cherleston pi • *  u  “* ' cock wa: top iii i" aff x her sic na byte! ai of which he is president.  lure.    I    he    luncheon \j>f 11 2.oh will et !.  h \otiona!  in  "\ ensblv' Home M Minnie lh Thomu . \'  mu:  v Mi  F \  in a holt time, an official of th? county stated yesterday that th( <"minty t 'onmissii'nei  churge of the job, and it will ii  roinpli ti i by cont I ai t.  Vt the meeting on Thursday, Wib 'i> I; vin, of A iglu ta, architect for  bequests outside the family includ    ^rat«    the    2Uth anniversary    of ii    n  ed a SM).imo • rim’ fund to Mary    Va    saree    pri    bytenal.    Mr- N.    (J. (J  lien Mrs. ii tehcoek’* mn <• ut    -Vi-     za '    olumbia,    oho was and    i  [tit*  e tate t i: he! loath, and an outright pr* side at the luncheon.  legacy of s ! ,000 to Dr. R Ii \\ Ids, I be hospital *y c mmittee is and material needed to carry "n the ,    .    ,    ...    ,    .    ...    ii    »    \i    rn    \  ut \ ken. I eel iv hon chold    lollers. Mi . i . A.    Owens,    Mrs  . rn M hint,i, Ca.  S|m -sal  I ley,    J    I,  Muthday Pageant;    P-#", ated bx M  lh . nton \ Ixihaf . din ct« J by Mi I V Ii. Day, Pre bytenal Secretary of S and P ii on* M mn -.    '    • ,  Wfdnttday Morning  Hymn, "O VV <i hip tlie Kin lb va ti, rial: M    I. M. Keel , Pi  ti rial  tai  the comini", <\ and Frank F. Steifel ,    .    .    .    ,    .■    t    .  ken w ho b w iiprevert to (he re-iduarv  iIlt  oi-am.uu-. *<I th«* pro-byte 1   gt rn rn I foren an, gave the commit t<» estirna os of the amount of labor  P'dil h a1 r. J. Martin, •«> •    ,  .    ,    .    ,    ■    Im tun  !. K. W Hat .  .    .    I'S|H , nker of trie    eVt  print't pa I .u    ",    langley grammar    I . <    ,,    ,,  I Johr M. S\\ et rn,    P i  0 hool and J. lf. (Cven , principal of L  '    •    Ii v tv nan ( allege o!  tin    Hat h    gt amman    chook    j ,    ,,    .  . ,    ,    Dr. Mo> we# 11    is a  I Mill l-s flee• < * -v, ran Math gram.    ,    .    .  .    .    ...... ' p*mixer and *    a  mm"  1  od I * Hah I'urnetti , Hock I    ,    t  si in M ll    V .    .    I fiends ll \..ken xx ho iv  H ; ii I?' J    hmon, \ ugusta,    Ca .    .    .    ,  ,,    ,    ,    11,e opport un i! v    to    nea t  Fimly .I ii rn pi r, \ ken; Malone Mc ,,    '    ,  ,, .    .    I arent I tun 'lei    meet inj  (•a he<% Au gin ta,    Ca.; Jeanette    Mill-    ■    ,  n  ,  „    .    - ,    | feet will he I he Rn  « '. I an ne; lf, atnet Mel'reary, \ er  ' ry; His ah, t b Win •. Uh the, Ca .  F F, N i n ’ i mg. Hat ii, an I  1 o I ■ Rn ell. u , „ , Ca  Langley grammar ‘hoot; ^Targa-*  •• t Mi Collum. M i ll; Min, IL W ■  Hank-. St, Matt!. w . Mr-. IL M,  J ’ veil. 11 rn J r xx , k, Ca.; Lu lo : to W ort In * f ie -tm , M > . I I; IL,! k.-r,  Jr.. I anglev; I ll; Frgb . C ai Ville; Mal ga, ».to L-hn ■ -rn \ g -, • a .  • bv livid at Ihi i, th* principal mig being D. dent sift ho Pi «■ -  . v  ■ uh Carolina, mo*! interesting hit -«' circle of  •    .1    Iii* g!ad of  111 11  I ’Iilid.** The pf ranged a turn and made bx  d h  mmitt.  number of  ng i, ; irts will be er * and co m in it tee  I 'ax ex pH cd the ’ill lo rn ber hip ■ ti • Inc ' Ut* n>x\ ex en mr.  xvork, and the comnnttee tran-mit-ted tins information t,» the A ikon county dt legat on to ;he g» rn nil as-i tnhiy xvith the reques* that they hurry forward 'he approval of ‘he tabor it* rn by Federal Fm< rgoney Relief. I he county already has agreed to furnish the neci -ary ma terials and the prolileni now j haxe the government carry out :ae approval of the application f<u la  va nt* at \ tk**n xx ill iix ide f 5,1 on.  TROPHY PRESENTED TO  WOODMEN CAMP  F Remit mn, Mr# J. K, Hender Mu. W, D. McNair, M r. i tiers, Mr? lh S, 111 nderson.  I ur»d.av Afternoon  Report of Seen.tar nt inned Foreign M Hi nu Mi ; n . Thor nwell (is j hunaj  Ii ■ I. Stir is. "Mar  of < amt ’ ■ . S. am  Dr. I.. Ho  Mi . I Vc  Net  ;■ i Hr  , I  Kxei'UtJX e Ii,Ut 111 Me*',>ng. Kit'  The F'-dd WL ck T'ophy, xvi in by tratsun  Ii#  ot (.loup i mil  ■harrrni n, irrebn    Lf«»11    t a I  o* al cai..p. Moil,rn Wonton# n    ( ommunion Services conductctl Ie    ^ 1  ’launnn,    Hvmii,    "iinxxa  - .of Am.-ric». wa-. ,-,-nt,-,l by the-    | { ,. v .  Mam , Kdmund?, Putor A*on    Gan    S„|,b,-r  State Manager, IC. A. liw,atter, at    i.^byt.-nan ehurrh. Uox«lo«y.    ,.r    S\ n.-.i;    al ti..  the regular neetikK on April loth.    (-all l„ onler. Fre.blent. Mr,. Me-!    tt    T ra,-,-!-.    S,-,-„-;.„y  rite Uh oil, A bitt x e; i ha* M-Mi I FU! rn- ; .I ■ x -e Bt ll, |l;»! * X I', Loin Dux- , I'lu-.tl; Will, na I' t Vo * h ; lf. im, , IL a, h, W n I an J i i - i ti I ta rn, Mo,, it a.  Cottages [.eased  For Next Season  • IL of Vox M . and M . ie nto, < 'arr..  or rn  hor, which was originally approved by ‘he Civil Works admmutration.  It is anticipated that inn much a tin court vvurk is only partly campit ted, and ‘hat there C a gn at need for tin building. Plat will lu* mat Ie for it cai iv com} let ion The delegation has conferred xvith Hie -.ate adman traitor of tm    • rn* r-  gt ncv ielief, and tin y are  Q Ute a few of the rn* tuber were  pres# nt a! f he nu*, t ing an I joyed  the talk gixun by Mr. Cwinner. I'he .    -it    I *    (Hu re h: Mr:’. x\ . Ii Parti ne Pi  i imp xva highly comint ruled    !<>r  ,    He-.put,.., , xii .. F. IL Salmon *  the work .I. rn* din:rig I :< .2 and it  Queen Qua 1  ‘ ii ba.un.  erecting.' from Auxiliary, VIK  ■Viken  is the hope and aim of < amp to im a n tin.' fine tr* pbx lh I:* ; u  \mong the thing' related h v  M  11 xvi rn-'i',- mort, u re xx a laid en ipiiul ,j Hi str ,, ntrt() f Modern Woodmen that w<ok may he resumed on a  large -cale early next week.  Prof. J. B. White  a rig* I:  \ me I lea a an r ui arn e emn-pan.x ami tin cheap rn ‘es I - -t «(in in na; • . hut one ,?In greati t ! h ne - of all i fr aiel n a I i rn, t b it io'othe; iv feeling t he member-, have  I nubia  Mi age I to rn ( barit -ton Pi • bx tonal Mr*- I'    \ Hr cki nt tv , P. i- ..  Hi pol I* of p! bytenal (  !  f.eet • : Recording St, • etary ;  1  or •. p. tiding ' cert tary ; Fica him ; Vudi: mg  1  oui nutt * ; 11 ntoi an ;    \    jct    Pr-    lent;  Pre nit rn.  jeu, Fdwca11 n,  IL port f ( i on mu I fix Hat mn . Pablo ay , J fi• ring; L■ • >    . Lune  : t? tr ’ xx on! • Dr a unix* ■  ga. of Pf, hy'« i : a I. M     ll UC    IM VNO    REC I I AL    a r si    A NG El A      I * It? IH*    -    academy          ng. M .    V I* ;    ital lh rn tai    XX I! be    glum by      of Hi !>-    P I! I    ■ 1 St \ .    a la \, a    dl ' I IV oil      F mn ;    . . .  Ut* I o c    I Ii I IU,4*1,^    ■\ JO - J    '(Kl.,      VV dl (ll    I he    pariahs of    I    (Up! auo      - ■ it brat    : t |jjlid    ai. lee-'! i    v i ilia Ily    I LIX lied Lu     >I i on  M Mat lira I !  Ye - Ii. Ha b a od fi VV aid i IMM It HI. .  th. I \ ! k I U XX!!!’,-!'  . , i un.  M • f    it f,yon i ’ ■ o • 'n a • p  '-oi. I I . ha Va. < d lit.m Mr. C. M Bt I j.11 ' co'.‘.age.  1  Flu* Den,'’ ti 's' t o; r h ho u ii da ex ' r oal < a mi Mr Lv.oi ria    Ho    .    ..ttage L>  Col. David Flynn  Dies at Hot Springs  Re-Elected President  I,  nu e niMuaiiv o>  The Aiken County T. ad.t i a , iation he.d it la t o jar ti rly nutting on Thursday aft# r noon. Tho .it vol a.na! trx.ee xx a ■ conduct! I by the IL v. F. VV' I es lie, ot < Irani?,'- ’ Ville, VV B. Byrd and Paul Knox, were elected a- delegates to the South (’andirin Education a* ocin-tion. J. B. White was re-elected president for another year an I L. M. Tognerie was elected vice-president. Mi** Will* n it Fort of tht* Langley: Bath high school wa* elected secretary and treasurer.  \muher gnat feature , the Lu* hen ibm- Sanalm : .on in Wooden n, Color ado, xx e rnembi rs tr chi n xx uh t hat d i eatied d • a <• ai * t n at-• ti xvi th ah (Mutely no co * to th» rn xx hat I vet'.     MCS-DUD    a "I Vi a,ie."    M    Ma    ■sun  f  rdf n*      I . i 'orrol I    I ’ I < ait!.!, .SI    Mitli I        ilia { ILF      S\ notln ar.                Ja.k-      Ci'u atli    : ' Hymn, "I    a  1 1 *    •t I    ord I Ii,      J, -a'."                I It      Bible S    ■mix. "Mail."    : Mr    J .||    111" ‘‘I,od      VV J a k .    ) ti, < -lu rn Ie a            ‘ Vgad     VV cd ne - th, \ Vt lei noon  ! . "I ,o ;  I I Ult ’ - u "    ",  mil Mr- VV    \ ;  o|, '    nm  M •    a,-..    »    im.    I  in,.” Mi .    \    rh    \    M.    •*-    *    .    I*  VI  Miss Edgerton Delegate to R. C. Convention  ! * <  I  W un I -ll  u..,.u...  GI, ■  ad  ITEMS OF INTEREST Negro Stabbed to   --Death    Near    Monetta  i.  VV (     The e    ' anil    manx    ■ !!    ion    ■ nill    s of    Mr. -I    Hay    I    .yhrand, S'    tat i    High-          M idem    VV oo    lime    I!    of    \n    ll MCU X    a , re    xx ax Pa!    : r ohm    an    . xx a 11 a        V I ll -    J.      brmrght    out    .in Do    - v<    my    in t ere.*    ung    , juri d i    a '    VV    • lint Hay    XX ’    , - the    Sui I <      and impi<~si    Vt' *    a I    k j.    fix#    n by    Mr.    blake* o    ii h i -    motorcycle I,    M* K i    !. and    xx ho      11 wi n n ei    r in    jire    Si* I    ’itll    Ig    tit* tIt    'phy    he xx a    t ll I ox#    rn    •ro    pa ^    en?.    M lr      to ti.e (    ’amp                            near Le,    , xviii#        ll, wa        U and    : a na      In at    billion to    - the    re    gular t    ’oi rn    hr ai od    abo j 1         * .he Ii, ad.    and    Do i    I      of tho    meeting    11    Ile     1  t    ■a ria I    Ie I    parts of    •ho    h    oily, but f        I: Uely    I SU?}      xx a ad • J>t ed    into    : he    I Ii    t rn p.        I!,. I), Hi    we    re    brad > ’    ii-    •a nt    a I nu      MI in    all I    I got    a1    I Hilt    wa bai    I. bx    ", pad    xx > id    \    in the Le,        110 H -    , lr, •     VI- VV  Bt  n n ar  at fa * xx - ■  d Bl  ti,  I -."-ll  VV   1  ll II ir,*,  ! ,i 'er u V  ,, VI ,! Ad,,-!  fit al •, ‘ii  VV , bsf  ■ VV I ..  • im aphi  Im d •• r  r  1  I ii lr a  Dr    L D Boone    tim-#* pri I nt. lh#    na mb#! xvi 111'    ‘a    - ai I ha    'ii- *    ie'  not come regular Iv    to 'I.,* meetings    ken    to rem ver    from    hi  Appointed Trustee    are musing a lot    of good, eduoa-    -  _ _    <‘tonal, entertainment.    V    re'or R ll •kman, of  A ll mem bt i - .ti tug, d •    a!',    nj  IL  NL I!  VV  Hie meet I g- ami it  nut m  Dr. L. I). Boone ha- bet n appoint-. -1 a 'I h u • of A iki n chool d t net to -ake the place of Mr. Harry Sud- i’ m -” ( amp one -f D e be*! n th low, -.xho .• term it office has ex- ■'  a ’' piled,. Trustees of Aiken school distr'.'' have ■ J pi* rx isit n of the Aik- ll Colored free school, anti abo ‘he Aikt n Instit rte.  ' ii elect t* ti Br* si tie IU of ■  I lit Men I .M : t .an A mu mi ui md Col!,,go for uh, „ la. Mr. Hickman a vet "j-!' ' ' on the campu . h • : ■ ' ary of the Junior <  ha mg VV,. f  ' ! I liar a! o  MISS < H VKI.OI I I M. DONN! ! I BI ST (.IHI RI DTK  ll  i||! IJ  arn  LEGION AUXILIARY HOLDS MEETING  STUDENT CLUB MEETING  ——...............  ll    race    Riley    and hi* xvi:'-  The    Student    Club xx.ii    met t    xx    th    Marie    K cy, of    \    ken,    xx.  Mi-, (billa i! it    on, Thai    day aper-    pa enc-r wl »    arriv, !    rn     ;;   rn, n at f ur o’cb> k,    {la : Tm iav aboard on,  —  ------------ . int    f a * y r»a    t    nger    cill    ; •  _ .    j    The    Fermata    If ra mat ie    (Huh,    of    plane    ,f Pan    \    ne.» an    A  La t Taut * day a ft en ot n. Von! F t-rmata Schuoi, jut ent< I two or,,--    y-t*-n*, att* r < ■ hour  1‘2'h the Legion Auxiliary Aiken  a ' • h‘ a ’‘ '•  111  ‘ - *' g> mna'ium en >at fra,rn V! an Mr ar I VI ('(■ imy Lint. No. ‘2*1. • ‘.t • at • h hi nu t •’ VI •    !    D. B lime, I lie > ,  *.    were Mk. \ <’. Ii dim-, Mr  i ii r  ar : Mi  M  Hoi!  \ ' ! I  k VV yin \ ft - r •  im  unlay evi l ng a‘ nine xx > re t he H- *\v rig : Doom" by I. od 11 iii* LL* ' "Day rn "- In'u  from I)-eai    Wild*-.  Hi loci, xx ha It xx ll "I e Colden ami  ny and "Th#  .(, adap’et  Mr ■rig ■  : n a,  :   I ho  air- - ,  ,  g ;  t f  Ult v j ilia, t  Chamber of Commerce Voting for Officers  M I >-■  School I' unds Aid  County Schools  u  1  ■ n  Mi  M  I mi;!,- :    et    -    xx  I    I    ,    i,    t    ti    t,  ■ Tm VV  M  arui! Lay M I \ m  >r J r ii  e ■ et ! I  A pi" I i'm R, I -  NP! RUIN \ \  J % .MMM! '  FU I   

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