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   Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - February 13, 1925, Aiken, South Carolina                                Vol 10 No CAROLINA Highway V Marker Unveiled Praises Pablo Casals ToDay j The beautiful granite boulder us a marker for the JcrTersor Davis High Of Pablo great Spanish Icellist who will give a recital ut tho way erected by the Edward Croft i Aikcr Opera House Saturday of the U D was unveiled1 February 28 Josef Hofmann is quolcd Wednesday afternoon with befitting I ns saying When 1 last visited Rus exercises at the First Bupnsrchurch jsra ho wasspoken of as H god ami site of tho boulder Prof Casalsla not only the worlds greati He is also of the the Aikcn Institute acted as worlds leading orchestral conductors J nmnal the i PhjrritrTlfat president td to the audience at the1 chuith thtre aTrproprhrte hepjuyed tho i simp in chorus and a prelude by the j cello in un orchestra id organist Mrs Felder Seigler Mrs i The conductor a fussv WHS Laurie E Croft read an essay writi very to I happened ten by Miss Kva Sommers on Kil that the cadenza m improvisation for i Patricks raiclat picturing UieUhe cello was givri to C vi als for uj general and the certain perform itice The fist time patriotic successful iigTit of i that Casals played it at the rehenrsnl men and the homcgunrd of i the conductor snapped Aiken Casals attempted it ivgain The grouting of Mrs Black followj whereupon he was rewarded with top ing the opening prayer by Rev Dr By this time somewhat nvdo P J McLean vas most hearty and spair as to his ability to satisfy he in sympathetic and the crii jQuirod innocently about the thusiastie in her warm words of Joye i and tenderness to the members of the Barnard E Bee Camp of Confed erate Veterans who were present stating that it washer desire andthe wish of the U D C chapters through out the state to have the faithful old wives of the Confederate Veterans at the home in Columbia admitted to that institution to pass their last days in with their life companions j While Jefferson Davis hud not come in fur his rightfulshare of eulogy the nevertheless he was aj noble high minded statesman and an unselfish Southern patriot who had given himself and his all to the cause Tma Lerner who cumes with Pablo Casals the pianist Pablo Casals is playing with Josef Hofmann at an entertainment given by Clarence Mackey for the Belgian Ambassador on the 17th of February in New York Splendid Undertaking The Student Club should receive the hearty support of the people of Aiken of the Southland Mrs Black complijaml vicinity in their efforts to help mented and contratulated Edward Croft Chapter on securingthe hand sbnTtTlytru the Aiken Library in its present cam naign to build and equip a library building in Aiken The Club is under go still further forward in their great taking at great expense to bring the and noble work in upholding the Charleston Spiritual Society to Aiken on Saturday evening of this week to glory and achievements of Dixie Henry Busbee as representative of give a performance for the benefit of the Aiken Post of the American Le the Library fund This is a splendid gion followed Mrs Black with a short speech in which he offered the unstint undertaktng and shows a fine spirit on the part of the Studont Club The cooperation of the Aiken Post to Chamber of Commerce has indorsed the Edward Croft Chapter in holding and is working hard for the Library aloft and perpetuating the glories of project and our people Khould see that the Southern soldier in the Civil War there is not a single vacant seat in the and paid a splendid tribute to house on Saturday evening at the Spiritual Society concert Hats off to the Student Club They are do a fine work for the library The library campaign presents a splendid other Aiken men and of the Sixties who suffered so bitterly for their be loved Following the indoor exercises tho audience gathered about the granite boulder Jwnes Edwin Kerr to 0 effective work in making read his Grandpa Fol tht IKW 1brary u certainty lowed Lee arid was urP veiled by the Daughters of the chapter The stone bears the in1 t scription in bold letters JefferOwinK to the absence abroad this son Davisi Highway Ercctwl by the i summer of Hofmann Kihvard Croft Chapter of the the corscquent delny in booking urs of the Confederacy andis placed i arsts for the sonsRn the JVo Arte on the corner of York street and Kichxvl1 lnit only attraction this land avenue ut the end of the High this uiiu is audi that should delight the Aiken pubf lie It is only necessary to mciuion j the name and Pablo Cnsala on lobruary 28th It is not often that Thomas Washington Coward Bv S vrars di mir if iy rf lre tltrff scurf t ffrfnttlt thftr ti It u the provcM the rule Coward of the Mill Hxtiou uf Aikcu on Iriday Icbruaiy cilcbratc his ninety third birthday and his am1 is as 1 lusty winter frosiy bin Mr Coward was in Coun ty in IK52 there his hoyhwid days Later he moved to Aikin ind to Miss Irunccx itnrckhaltcr 25 tn of iui Cud put j up nilh it is loin as Hr could uul llun 1 Ic I brought on tinwar in aul if Vicvrr in this I count rj I hiahohlion if rlavny tin poor man Iniy land 11 id own a home for would buy it up frinn my tie I rp the innn n i id J lid lo liii Mr Ouill of I there were and u lut cnuUiii I v on 1 cant ucd to ihe symiin nf I bcliivc that a iour It jut about and labor nf tin miicy 1 have made 1 ricxci iu life 1 I aijytlniu rc in d K ci n the Aviicnh uial l nadc it uii ten ei 111ii j nil r t 11 Cross Names Its Committees At the February meeting of tho Aiken Ked Chapter Irtld Tius day Red Crass ollke thechairI mun E S announced the Following efnnimitteos for J925 Home Service Mrs Cullon CommitUfvR G TaVrnnt Mrs Sivfi D George Henderson Volunteer W H Turner Chairman Mrs II V Wywan Miss Ratio Mrs G A Milner Mrs Lean S Hofluy Huger Halt Ilirohasinsr and Supplier Mrs Rock Ilvniv Johnson A colored committee composed ui Ball Ivlliott chairman Hor ence Anilersoi Klizu McGlue Uov R S representing Scholuldi school was also annouuriMJ Tin5 ored committee has done valuable work in the past and to Inof more service in the Tutu re Several new members have been members nt largo nmoiiLC whxrn were Mrs Clans Busch Dave Woisherg and Mandel 8uruskiy The complete millet1 for is as follows Chair man K S Henderson 1st vicechair P J AlcLean Und vicechair mun D M CJeurgc treasurer W i Rdgerton chapter secretary Mrs E i A ireen borne service secretary j MTS Cuileu Corliss executive secrrj tary Mrs Laura Bock Members at Inrvxnre Mcsdanns Shettield PhiIns j V P Henderson B Turner II V Wyman John Williams W W Muck nvfuTH Leon Hollcy 11 T Hall I ATilner Clans Busch Henry Johnson I Misses Claudia Phctps Mnrv Sanlntrn McCarity K Tarrant C Ixe II 1 C H Farmer S H Moody j Langloy S Mandlo Sura sky and Dave Wcisberg The reirtilar dale of rncetinir was irhmiErd to the tirst Monday at four oclock in order to suit the convcn j ionee of the members Matters of imi port mice regimlim th relief work i conducted by the Red Cross and sev eral en sis roijuiripg attention were j brought before tin1 committee On ac j count of the number of calls it was decidedto have n tohpbone instailed in the office to facilitate the work The committee approved the report ren dorid bv Mrs Laura Bock as execu tive secretary which showed an im mouse amount of work in spite of the I weather j Home Service report of the Red for January Bonus applications filled out III interviews 315 Letters written M MRS CORLISS Home Service SeerHarv U S1KES MESSAGE TO ALUMNIthe South has the opportunity to hear My shall lie o make Civin sin the best for a boy to who is or mechanical eihuration my aim shall hr to make mrn of anil llnn men of says Dr K College a Malcimtil given out to alumni throuiih F Par ker secret a ry on the occasion of his first visit there since his election t ri the presidency Hr Kikrs said further 1 nave onie ion of what Clemson to South Carolina especially at this lime when artcoming rapidly I appreciate the anxiety and concern of who the great cellist and overyune should avail of it Tickets will mon srtlc at flails Pharmacy at a imc and price duly arii vcMtised and all Hiihgcrihrrs as well an agricultural ts others are urged to tickets and reserve seats promptly la season V arrangements will not hold good this soaijnn subscribers to Pro Art who sent in heir sunirriptinrs in advance for this season will have i the full amount returned to them Hofmann desires grratly to make association a iprmarent fcatiire for11 Aiken for the future and vill take up the again next season and she welcome the cooperation of all who care to hear the greater artists in Aiken t 1 W ASHifUHST pan Riccntililt1 uiU Mr Mr v wa Ii t have a vi i I I I I r e it in he entrust to this fires university of South Carolina the late Preside t Rijrirs called With faith in Cml arvl with trust your loyalty I enter upon ask hopefully and cheerfully I have i the position lic catist I faith n the ahmiii the trustees and the Is It t his fail h i hat in wurk h buoyancy and 1 air iri pate with dcurht the stioM wjjth tlv vilalily ivte of ymith the close cvimjianinnship hulars I shall wach with pr ihe cmr niiiitieti that Alumni make to the welfare of South Carolina hc I shall Clem as one large family into each voar iiiw sons aiv adopitd and from Ministers Meet The members uf the Aiken Associii li1 aivl I he executive romniittee lield an important at tho Kirsl aptst church on Monday morning Next Mnnilay at HI oeltick the tivi committee will meet oclock the a imnonant i and ery niemher vholild an i at II rtiie an lrc Mnt 1 K iMetiKiry i Tin Music Memory by an extension ilivision uf Winihrop wiM lie put his yiar the music mnl of he Aiken I his culll is t n v v 11 IMCI i I fc a Hill I ie i I Itnir i ve 11 1li A ifen St a h Vi id I i n tin or vici chapel each miiriiini iivinj ridi a I in I iea r tie n urn i p i in Apn die 1 v ii l he t n i inlit ir M rn n i i tlllpil t he u hearing The I ir t dl Wirif an the ell ci te ions cujjied i 1 cum n lreneh Mltille l I I iJiany S M many i N in aat i i ii Si I 1 i i 111 i Z I A unes ami witii s Addresses Kiwaniatu territory in thti United States ii suscuptible ot development Aiken declared Jamca U of North Augusta in an jiiter before the Aiken Ki Chit an address tilled with en thug iiiin nnd vision of u great development sinumg of Aikon Mr Jxcicaon already for thedeve hi this alreadynuuKfcctI tor developing the tourfct in America Prominent in his discourse was his tribute to Benjumm it MavsnaHof jrojninent fi nancier und architect wuo is jcininjr with Mr Jackson in developing the ho tel and tourist colony among the Augusta Mr Jackson Mr AlacsJuill will finanw and intitd thi finest tourist hotel in mi rica Four thousand acres have been se cured ail in body and on this ground Mr Marshall buildor 6f Uu UhukiiUine The Drake and tho Edgc waleibench hotels will erect his masterpiece A golf course unexcel led aeroplanelanding field wilt ho a part ot development This according to Mr will be but the beginning opui development which is unlimited Turning fwm his discussion of the hotel to the extension of the Georgia ami Honda railroad Mr Jackson dc clarud Hint Aiken would bencfit direct ly by this new venture The Una from AikiMvlo tvlgcficld would connect Ai Kcti with a direct line from OincinnaU A yccnic rond from Aiken to North Augusta along the western side of the lakes in Horse Creek Valley and trom North Augusta connecting with the Dixie Highway would prove of thb greatest value in advertising this sec tion Once people jidi the ridge of the Aiken hills and set Unit marvelous country in all its beau ty ami every hill top will bo dotted with declared Mr Jackson With reference to manufacturing Mr Jiickson that a cotton mill can be operated in Aiken with electric power more economically than in the valley on water powwr time is he factnries and industrtal plants art located along the banks of streams Klectrie power transported anywhen is the uuiiti source uf our power to One cannot help but catch scomi of the vision which Mr Jackson has seen and be tilled with something of IIIK enthusiasm And Mr Jackson iy droiinijr tl dreaajK hjiM a dreiuner but there are many living who have Ins dreams take form and substance aiit are lieneliciariei i aiid unfailing optimism 11 drran nf tht1 ui via marble that led ti its won derful ilevelupment He that if ptiriuadf tinauthorities i ie ut LiuNew Sliirl ue en I l of the e W Yurk SUuJv m the iirenran Art y vlafi Capitals nf Min i la in ih l 1 n jMirch his iime in An cnlumn n inailjU 1 anil unJfrinff H v iiijul a tlettrit tirur I il tt in the lie hv n Nurtn He nla and limit the Haiilptnn Ter nt I rlestrcivid by lire in I I ibi lire that Mr Jackson at es received such a if South iiad iu1 passed the nne ii practically all of ii nia of Ihi fact I Terrace 1 a t wi millii n r aii in imVe with replace it i i1 aiidii li cla t is ef nun j tJu es t hat f a ciijn I dl e frl siiile iiitn wi ticbls of NOTICE S1MKJTCAI Those who tickets for the cntertainim I Saturday even ing given by the Spirittial Society tan reserve seats now at Halls Pharmacy duitng llie hours nf n to 1 p and p today and Harn Burned Baughman it the Rmky section had the misfortune to his barn last Monday Miorning at an early hour The of lantern caused the tire CM MliK To K vtTKT IN SIUUTt Al SnCJKTY MKMMKItS T i K Club ar a rra Clli jfi Ille Charlesl fn v h i will Live a cancert it Sal uniav iiikT at th Theatre I lie iit the Aiken fund It is In have vficral mem r of these in jhe tram at 1 p ind assit the Club in placing the viiiir and al lhat Ihev arc she ciiv in fhc iiftcrrioon If the iris it is that will be played 1 the have an onportunitv tn kens chief winter her whose will lie avaihil ilav afternocn shimld immcd ai touch the IluiPiier rnerce ui Kiwanis olTlc M fl lil S I 11 MAN Il I I 11 a A d i J M in 1 i i 1 i 11 i a l i v 1 i i t r Hi I I 1 r I fiinan A 1 n 1 n tth iemiH1 u a hi n ie a ry i II A I I UllvN DSIill f II II i i hr M Vnd K IK I IFK M IN ai Aikin i the i r A K n MI in ili for i lie v V M i ii A 1 luirn i A iken a i t i he la i l a vi m i r l i visitor e of Aii A n y in cm i I Hi nciii icTe he ii alnit i i members of the primary t lie liapt SMirlay i erv rncrnhcr i liild in tlic primary r Tii 1 it iiii and i 1 i c1 11 ii t v rr li I feat i iia el fore rd i re Mr Henry K aIN an operation it tf C diirniiia r Itn dnr At lania i visiting Mi and M S Toiler   

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