Aiken Standard, February 6, 1925

Aiken Standard

February 06, 1925

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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - February 6, 1925, Aiken, South Carolina vim Tr*»2 toWN 'CSM TW** toWN Vol. IO. No. 37.—Tenth YearAIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1925. Price 5 Cents and Longer Credits For Farmers J Society Here Febmay 14 Pablo Casals Opens Pro Arte Season AIKEN COTTAGE DIRECTORY i TW folk)win# account of tire perfor- Sktforr a la rf?? meeting of member*    .    ..    ^    .    .    a . . . ... „    aho, VL'^i mane* given by the Charleston Society ** AAen *jmruhur”‘ Ch,K ^ for th. Pro-rv.ti,,:, or SpirrtturiF, in Sa va iv; ah. January 31, is of J? rest in- r^iay, P. E. Hinnant, manager the South Carolina Agricultural Ixmn Anociation. declared thHt the day had tetfrA to the people of Aiken. The Society will ifivc a performance at the Aiken Opera Houa**, February 14,    | ITV    I came for farmer* to secure cheaper and lonictT cml... for prodaeti.*, par- ™    U»Aik»n    Libriry. *“*? „**• H"u*un:- ,,"r“''r'y I I TW, come, andor «r «».rite of ,r Of Hart. v nit*, oui .mod tho M^ory,^ Ajk(,n StudOTt c)ull of farm credit in this country and then stated in dear, concise Wofds the steps the farmer can md mu t take if he would avail himself a* the cheaper aik! longer ered-t* now made possible through the Fe lei al Intermediate Credit Banks. Until recently the farmer has been working at a disadvantage in the mat te* of securing money for production purposes. The nerd for commercial on it manufacturing credits on short tim* loans gave rise to our system of cumnercial banks. The main source of their money was from the small depositors which made t necessary that loans of such banks Iv fi r short peri-od>. Science has made it possible to »l**-ed up production in industry, but in agriculture the same number of “Miss Jane Judge, a member of the staff of the Savannah Mornirg News, wrote the following in that newspaper a few days ago; For thte second time the Uharles-ton Society for the Preservation of Spirituals sa; g before a Savannah audiences, giving one of their unique programs of old negro spirituals in the Municipal Aduitorupn last evening. A year ago they sarg at the Savannah Theater on thf> occasion of their first appearance uytakfc of Charleston. How, genuine was the impression they made at that time the audience that greeted them last j night lame witness. It was a big audience and an enthusiastic one. This chords of men and women to whom the life and tradition of the old dav- arc vt ill required to mature an tsar of cum or to brinie an animal to plantation, of the .CMO.rf an- a The farmer must f»m>bar tale are performing a very reaJ service to the folk lore of the Mrs. A. G. Bowdoin, Baltimore Md. Klencke Staubes Cottage. “Hood's Lane Cottage." (Dr. H. H.| Gee. E. Kent, New York. Wyman, Sr.)    CotUge. Pardon ad- ' birth and maturity, therefore have longer credits than tfcow n«™.r, In industry. Tho F,hV South in prewrvinu in their ordinal ewi I Hind Bark. have supplied credit f*'rm an<> interpreting in the tradition-necessary fur pur.ha.ilHt farm lan^s "O'* ‘h'w Pfimttivo hymns bat it has remained for the Interne- Atnruitme Smythe, leader at hate Credit Bank to furnish money Mr*. AImy Coleman, Philadelphia, Penn., “Pine Haven.'** (Mrs M. K. < hafee.J Samuel Tucker, New York. “Bambino Cottage." i Dr. Macmurphey.) Augustus F. Goodwin. Boston «LeU* Pr**te? 47' (J. B BnHeyJ A. Graham Miles, New York. Rice Cottage Mrs. James Rhett, New York. “Oakleigh." ((’, K, Henderson.) Mrs. Brooks Thayer, New York, “The Win lows," (Pellew.l —'Mf. Mtrr~hnB~ RrmndH, New Yoi$P “Pebble Lodge." (Pellew.) VY T. Pitkin, I lait ford, Conn, Ges-* House. Misses Gautier and Fitzgerald, New York. “ Marston/’ (‘ha-, limier Branson, President Graniteville Mfg. Cit. Wrufht House, Hayne avenue. Horal AG. Lloyd, Philadelphia, Pa. "Bonnie Brae.*' (David Inglis.) Mr*. G. R. Howard, Buffalo, N Y. Blomberg Cottage. R. S. Allison, Buffalo, N. Y\ Vt liens Bn w n < <»t tag**. Mrs. la-Grande Griswold, York. Mrs. Edith Manning, Albany. N. Y. Hines Cottage. Palmetto Inn Cottage* Mrs. Elihu Root, Jr., New "Wren," Fra k R f'baml»er-, ’Nuthatch.** Mr*. Pre lit on Davis, “BmPs Nest." Lea M| Liquor, New i 'ottage New Y ork. York. New York. York, INhI** ✓ Those owning and occupying th**ir own cottages; Cha*, G. Taylor, New York. "Rye Patch.” I * ■; *r Roberts. Philadelphia, Roberta ( ottage. Claret ce D*dan, Philadelphia. Calico \ Itamuchy, Penn. Rap* Y “Ter As the for production purposes. Mr. iHirnaai aid that in most communities tho iiank;, were taking tile lead in helping the farmer* to secure .such loans. However, where banks are not sympathetic and refuse to aid tile farmer, it is still possible for farmers to secure money from this source,. Ten farmers may form a local », elect, one of their member Pro Arte, whch was such a success last year, will open the season with a chorus and its spokesman, said the conceit bv I ‘a bk* ('aas, ’( -lls t, at spirituals were the native expression tthe Aiken Opera House Saturday eve, of the religious feeling of the negroes at Halo o’clock, February JVI*. present whit h w and have on this account a deep signifies roe. The Society for the Preservation of Spirituals is attempting and most successfully to preserve not only their form, the strange minors and harmonies, the primitive poetry of the    words, ai d the aecom-    md all ai. arr*    *1 ti    it \ til pan inurn ta of    patting, clapping and    instrument lo „* • ij    rem**, shouting which are an inherent part Born in Veinireli, Pi ova. e of far the spirituals, but to interpret as    ragona, Spain,    < asals inherited    from afPBpLon from which    his father, who    was    the local    organist church choirmaster, Ins musical Aa a boy he studied Pablo Us*al.s, acknow inbred bv f 1-t v* ii*u.^ viai.- and puhiic on three c tinents of the grt it* ■*. vie i ueell st alive, ha" tor the past tun decades occupied a position unique in the muu-cal world in that he ha* no « hailengers ch Mon h rn for his fifth tour. 'ake him Ir< rn Moi tri al t<> Havana and as far west as Daila-. Texas. The coming of Casal* is alway* ha led a- one of the musical features < f the season, tor while the violin atul piano and other n strument* can each claim several great inter protein, when olio speaks o f the vio-loncello < re knows but one great name: Pablo (’asals. Vc* .-rd n J. ii' ! •    ^    lie ; he gt    J    mu    ■    ti?    ha drawn a bow’’. The following pre-s. aet aunts arc evidence of his tnun.ps. “Pablo ('anal* is sti’l the prince of ’eellifts, and the knowledge that he is bai. ‘Mouse Be ec h uinkist York Lorens Cottage.    # W G. Daniel, Franklin, T> race Vow.” (Sweeney.) hi. M Byers, Pittsburgh, Pa Trap.” « Atkinson.) Dr. J L, Todd, ('anatta. C dtuge, .I i. I > J is 111. Bo s t on.    “* f Mr* !■ ltzpi.t rick.) 111 rn; an 11 a-rk s, N * \ V n k ll .use J VS Converse. Philndelphi; “( our! h 1 d." i South* r i VV B. Bell, New V or * ( la Us Busch.) W alter Paoli •», New V ok Laurie Croft Cottage, St.John Smith, New York. Fowler < ’at tag**. Fred C. Bishop, Mi. K.-co, N. Y “Southlra.” (John Laird.) ffaines W. Gwathney, Wt-atbury, L. I. “Tranquility.” (Mr- G tx.hmann.) Coft ag**. Winthrop “Rutherford. 'N. J. "Ridgeley Hall" ' Kugene G (irace, Bethlehem, “Rosebank.”    „ Mrs. ( has. B. Soutter, Cedar Rap* ids, Iowa, "Onawiih.” Mrs. Sheffield Phelps, Aiken, “Rose- nm.** Fit <1( rn k \. Snow, New York. “De- odoru." Thos IlitchciH'k. New 'lurk. “Cherokee." J. Hopkins Smith, Falmouth, F**n*-side, Me. "Cedar Uwige,’’ J. F. Byers, Pin burgh, Pa “Byers Hall." New York “Hoi** O. I a* tin. “Sung low ( lands.” Hurry Pay rn “Joy Cottage.” Mrs. William K York. “KImcourt I- A M To hoi ( ottag** I i IC < I* ■ pi ha e. I art 5 we*' Whitney, New York. K Yunderb if, New Tabor hug md ll ( hqehaae Mil ti vin I It (IMM, < WIP FOR CI TIK KUH ary of W ar announces the the Citizens Military Tram mg Camp. Fourth Corps Af^a, July id, amt closing Juiy^ JI, lllfi. The Seer opening of t4te wmmmm Hie charact^ bf teans made to in indmdtt '    nGgro    foTlt    rn    ft*    ic    such    as    the    chorusJ laurel*, so that theeFfir now no coun- #*«««* *!«* note-    3n    ftty    in    the    rivili*.-.! worW whore hi. mort gag*- on land or persona! proper- wa.s presenting. ty *»r livestock t»r implements. Th*- Althmtgh Mr Smyth. differed ncdo does not have to be endorsed* ' that the *>rgH«i»atuui was un nrrn- Aile bandi of Qw** of    andl-To hear bim play the Bach (i Major fdncfe then ha* eadb year added to hi*    was    an    education    for    ail    celli -t % ^ttrrnuon. Hwf    __________ I .    .    _____ (■in .Ilim hiiUam Wlll tx Mubb-hcHi at K«rt of tone, brfftianey    U—ll?..■    Oglethorpe,    Ga.,    for cavalry; Fort Tgmijr*'*' '^    f    Kf    f    I    KS    iMMr    WtwL*    **    lf    ut*    , .    .«    *«    . of techniqui and ficHlc imagination was so poised, so -ui i J inner Judge J. E. Peurify is Pre*- teui iderit of the AssociStton and this rn itself is a guarantee of bu-mess Tik** proc* eduro. •'lr. Hi rn; a nit dtwlared that farmers n • very county in the Stat*- with the exception of Aiken had interested rhemseives in forming local asso-dations. "Aik* n seems to have ail the looney it needs but I advise you to la * p in tou h with ’lh for thr- day w ll come when we can be of service to you,” said Mr. Hinnant. harmers who are interested in forming associations ar*1 urged lo get n touch with Mr. Hinnant and he will be gla«i to furnish details and a i n forming h cal associations. Preindent Branson of the Granite-Ville Manufacturing Company was present and made a short talk ;o the club in which he stat tai that he believed it would be mutually profitable for the farmers and manufacturing interests of Aiken county to wo rk together. The new president is a son of Dr. K. C. Brans r, of th*- Univer-sity of North Carolina, perhap the greatest Rural S >* . • ■ A * u ,-I rn Vt Mr. Branson stated that his Dr. Branson, would probably Aik**n in April, Branson may be ie and Hii*I no claim to pro- f4i-^i**tiai skill, no one wa w Him to deny this later statement that it was hard work not to a<e* pt his challenge to come up to the stag** arui try it. So contagious was the rhythmic clapping and patting, however, that the audience c-mld not kei p still, and many feel kept tune uneunhciously to the rhythm of thr songs, half sung. half i hunted, and accu-npanied by -wave r bodies. In the sense in which Mr Smythe sp^k*- they were perhaps still amateur*. The program was con ducted with informality But there was distinctly a more professional effect than last year an effect gained ; part bv th*- uniform costumes of th*- women, white frocks with an oldfashioned touch in fichu arid nose- rame is »t famliar ani s with tile ' .ch* -'! honors ol ’ho domain of mu.-ie. (' his hi tour of \morion where y noiiy m>>us i i - in isahs made ,n PJI*. Hearing him jai serene. i* did rot N. r R( yn*l. Ni>w Vdrk. “M»y Ind,*. N C , fh>l flower OotUf»." I Mn. John Mhv.) Bnrrn,Florida. David Grey, Fuiniuuth, Me. Bock -Cotta etc W. I. Mrs. S.iurik.». Montreal, ( ti r - - t. .i Hi- p lying n rat rd a Vt-fitalde -eo-sation. an i of »• * t years his rt cital iii Now York, Boston ami Chicago ha • ..iwais drawn -<»Id-<>ui htm-cs Du account of his activities in tis n (ive coe: ti\, w 11 * - re he is ’hi* found ♦ r ,*n«i c*W‘iuetoi* in the cil> of liar i eh.na of a vmrh ny nrrhe-Arn whit ll i***a4» bi— iidiiui. Caaal- . a* a ll! •• •or t ut rn tv. i; •! ' .intl' , v - i a limited time. Of hit- he has *• * served three months .1 J ar fo American concert . and th- M*u tan Musical Bureau gratiti* Woliuer rn ired ! ' I* •*. i- ' sri red ’l ..:    Ti -ii. tin gra i n * lr u 1111 th u ll- I i- min Hill . Therm* C itaee a!* . it/. Ki*vi neon I I', -a- I 11 r*/" II Vt , a a ouii Ui A a 1 *. L Pm ’• . ii : old * t*c« New M r Tea . B ’ .Livingston > . to nu, ■ t rn * r ■ ' » ■ * ti*! y si of rn tin fi s* ringed ' .ort of r D Hor. an. \ t;j i~ . •a-, gob ? ?. j. U q > •»y bu. tone, : of L11 o winkle B I’ S’ •- ■ XI.:. ! 'afd. V u I . vol. . .i a I. ., NA Du ' Att •• HIT ' & i ;... _______ L. ... M t Mn* it in i artillery; Fort coast artillery; (‘amp McClellan, Ala., infantry. AH -tit tie I * quired to atren rest h'*m** Former n*Puiuc training ui the ■I', pursued Applioa-| . ;<• a v aha.bb- at The cli"* -ne a -.'HI the J.u \ year rn eft i hi ramp •fit - 'Aid • i]] Mn Ii is» I nile* lo I *r« ,u h Ii K rkman ‘ > I ini**v e< ( id •> ll pit.tell S indav m >ni ng at i ’ K; .-Opa * bur* 'n ami at i IU nee In* w 'll i rifirni In Ha. pla    iii    Mini Ans j    „ \’*-,q \  .......on’-, lf •    t-‘    Mu. I- re H    p!    til ,    VI    -    iin■ I i bettar    a' ti is urch, lo do \\ N 'I Mel XI KIN JI MOK VOICU I L- Tl KAL (LUB WINS PKl/l I bn * Negro*** ga y • aint bv th* subdued footlight ii r ca. itiu-r, visit it is h iped that Dr. • ecured t o a idress t he Bud’ D* Xrk ? me of their sp rit and form, question aid Agricultural ( lub ut tnaf t m* HUMAN HE XD FOUND IN J XU NEAR VIKEN X human head found in an airtight earthen urn unearthed in a highway near here Tuesday was Wednesday the subject of an investlgatson by physician* to determine whether it was that of a man or a woman. When the urn was opened and the head exposed to air the flesh crumpled, leaving only th** bores, toe'n an I hair. It was buried just bt low the surface of the rand and was unearthed by the pick of a workman The head was unearthed by work men under Foreman I. L. hub.inks and Superintendent W. A. BanaJ# while engaged in digging < ay near Storm Branch, with which to fill h !<*> in th** Augusta Aiken highwav. w hich cast a glamorous color over th*-figure*, grouped quaintly together against a backgrout d <»f gr**en bushes. Many song. no* civ en last year were uric. Smit- or the other favor-it* s wi re ti |m a’• ii. an I several encores were given although not so many as th* audience dc ired. Ole* of {hest war. ‘AX ho N'.»:ah'“ It is md.* very la st, dramatic which is the form re sp on se. Thro.. I.f tile tell* r acc ai.-.cut -et alist- of the floods, Mr. Smythe explained, but the audience noticed no defects cit lie! in the strength of the churn or tin* quality. If anything could have been bet‘cr than the program given by the same choru.- a year ago, la a night'- program was It certainly suffered t athing by being a second performance but had the charm of tiling- will remembered and much loved." Shot Ne A Ii I I DK I \KM I if ON I! Kl IIM Mf I s I XL I ll < ON IM I IONS M I Mr* M XX , M ii XX I Cfi XX i unty Dealt* va ct or. em Mi XX • m M M< I aurin -I ur rn* \ grit ainu at < 'lu -at i ie i lf the hnil i - *1 ( .uh XX ork ti A k* n county ac* (»r.l;ng to the report • •f th*- judge- anuou-i e i XX'i-dn- sday I he comp* lit "ll was kl < and is (-.l ienee of the .pi. ridid work now be ng don • am ng ti *- -chools of the Haw •I I til p int cm l* a aw, . bad md 11 * I olla; ri put at mn talent ary Lo VV ap (opp eg t, Cill hole in q retie . thus I mendn . •i * 'n* a .tr io I MV et! linable! hi* amati* Sponsor laical K iv* amati* were Thursday :n not having XI eel jug disappo lame oiled U. Mr Pen roue of Philadelphia, iv v, Aing hi* father, Dr Chark** U-.*n *«*. at Willcox’*. Jackson of North Augusta, ’• • a in* the club Mr. Jackson had agreed to be pre-ent hut wa ; called away OI business A l*-tt«*r from him was read to the club and much <1 scu-* on fellowed. The matter was referred to the program committee with instructions 'n arrange a special rn* eting at whu h Mr. Ja. kson will be a*ked to ad* K wan tat * and other* interested. time dr***; county by County Age; t la-*- (iowan. Tin- judges, Mi* - < laudia Phelps, \. ll. VV ani and Cecil ll. .Sedgier reviewed the work of tile val* OU*, clubs for toe year, -coring them on enrollment, at t< ndanee at nim thly rn* eting . ef ficiency of p rug ram- at me«-tings, at-ten lance at picnics and encampments, recur Is and reports, and exhibits at Club Shot. McLaurin U!ui> -nod tir>t with IHI an I si lt* percent. Downer Club was second, Th and 4-10 per cent. Mt. Beulah Club came in for horrombl mention. Other dulls competing were Salley, Wagener, Jackson, Mjj?su*dla. Hawthorne and Monetta. Tin- first prize of $30, goes to Mc I.aurin for u>.* in impmvement of Ga* (‘lub or School. Fhe Second prize is $20 in ca *h to I (owner County Agent (iowan tat*- that enrollment for next years work w I Im- i bog i J, ffi-r i <■ on IL.o k !; t th. ai ai vill der on -'n a ;. 'ak.* p . ary ll. at church Mi St at* pr» sn Im en lr vile i, d nes s of t in- < Additional c thy cause ar* Frank P Hend* : Tho* I Arvel ILiiry < lark I*. F Dernier m Mi lf. (> Tan an J in FL/abeth am the git ■ ii Da v i -XX "dr i n. ck. at ’ii' I I * rn ak • i git wa v Ll 'I! u IT q t . ' ohrstun ( . ha I ■ ,r -1 ; Live Ga * )ak. XX New I L lil y i -Ina? (lain i la rrv 'I ■ \ M'.k " Wit; a* Hon-Wing. I *• i’ i apl Mi Kean ag i at t d Her drawn in mncil fen i ne ru ting i tm af i ad. < no. I j ; ,.f k *>Id off.-. iption. fffulh ut I Ult I* IIM! I i ti i I Itll PO a I n I Hous* Steven < P. I •rf, H. V, ii VV I be I iv’ New X I1 rank XX Atkinson, J conduct**. ar** that members mcmUr- I in Februar.v arni a larg** riumL<*t w ill sign up, als., i tii- at ai* of the old mam new M as.-. St oi XI to nim “Roof 'Ire* Fitch ii, "Red Top." Bayard XX .in '.f la ' • • ’ tge (.jill Hey A. Sh "Prick!, v Pear R, G Gay let ho’*!* ( »t tag* Hic ha rd Howe, XXestburv “Unci* John - < ab in.” XI i Robert Fields, NM* (, X if DI N ( ll It NL r - N X* XX X rn a w Ma Ma •I* Soot ii i he (.ai a n th. X*n. ; u*ai '.a n I iuo moving i in INI KR I XIN. o invite* I b. pub tun < xhib t XX »* l , ‘ a mrv lit a at •* aal* Parish H(iUv'* Vi I    Idle Us I o gqv ** *m<* of Ufo ; s pre pll red ' O tun* (ant* rn to l'i res j .*n s a (,'ounty f. silver off. used Hi *, .* organ /aition* a ! . durational pu ring w ill be taken hi I.ant .-rn. A iken ,* A to be ;

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