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Aiken Standard and Review (Newspaper) - January 23, 1961, Aiken, South Carolina Amp Iken Stancari Quot it rebirth devoted to the up building of Aiken and Aiken county Aiken South Carolina monday january 23, 1961 9,262 telephones in use in Aiken area during y 0 i hot re ure now. 262 to let phones Iii a Ney equipment mounted on four Aiken according to i. A. Edwards i huge relict service wits re Dom manager for Southern by ii who said to All users in less Titan two weeks Bluit i Mio h id Kitti a year of con a within 4k hours after the fire a new tinned expansion and improvement it half million Dollar Telepun it no office in Tell jaw i service Here. Fief p. It in j was under construction to replace Cor Nutine in the future or. Lad-1 the temporary Mobile equipment a us said Tiu it Southern Bill sex i Aiken Telephone users talked a lot poets the Aiken area to continue list year Cool Ding to or. By wards growing and that by 1970 we should i la my to around 14 550 telephones. Quot in South Carolina As a win tic it vend important Steps Forward were taken by Southern Bell. A quip in it wa.1 installed permitting sub scribers in fifteen towns to dial Many of us in Long distance Calls As easily As they dial local or. Edward went on to say that uus it w service Calk d District i Lance dealing should be available to practically nil subscribers in South Carolina Quot within the next few As an indicator of the grow lug usefulness of Telephone service in the Home the 1,0q0,f0 no residence exit is in tit tvs tension in son hem Bell s nine Sixte in was installed in Florence last in Al iry Liillie february. Just As families have pm a or than 16,719,012 local Call and Over 594,832 Long 11 St. I Nee cd us wife made Here in i960. Throughout the state. Southern Bell suds in be is made nearly 78b.22a.b52 local Calls and 23.850,192 Long distance Calls. Or. Edwards predicted 1561 would Sec further expansion of to i phone service Here in a Ken. Quot we expect to continue to grow with Aiken and the rest of die state by providing the services our customers want and mid Quot he said. Former Aiken three county men Given five year prison terms j. W. Byrne gives report on furniture High Point n. A j w. Byrne manager of Maxwell Bros. in Aikin who is attending the Southern furniture and Rug Market High Point n. C., said manufacturers have made important judge sentenced Jesse Green jr., contributions to the refinement of Jimj Thaddeus Maori to 60 Days three Aiken county men and an augustan received stiff terms in criminal court Friday for burglar izing a Clearwater Home. They Are Julius Wilson Ernest Sheppard Melvin Tinsley of Langley and Thomas Johnson of Augusta. Wilson Sheppard and Tinsley nil of whom pleaded guilty to the charge were handed five years each. Johnson found guilty by a jury after a two Day trial got a four year sentence. In other court action Friday the added a second to set or is Cund automobile to it has been with Tele phone s. Most new House Are now being wind for a Telephone in every loom. Of particular Signil Trace to South Carolina s educational system was installation by Southern Bidi of a i wed clix Uit to network connecting 29 schools from the Quot Piedmont to la so with the to Center in Columbia this educational to network which makes the very Lieut in at Tutor Ami most useful la Siruc Horn i aids available to vastly larger in ii brr of school children will by o land d to Oiler schools and other towns a additional funds to a me available to the South Carolina education i admission. Att nit Mocer calling a new Al phone number assignment system. Came to a number of s. Towns during spa Anc Telephone Nuriu or Cornet of seven digits without an Exchange name. Quot this newest of Lee plume number tag a tem makes for faster and More accurate calling or. Fat wards said and provides for fun Kuiv growth a they let a i960 also brought a number of emergent s to by met by Telephone people. The most it Melleng lug was a fire which destroyed the c Lemson Telephone office a nov mrs. Amy Russell me Menamin died at her Home in Chestertown. Maryland on january 15, 1961, at the age of 81. Funeral services were held in Chestertown and interment was in the cemetery in Chestertown. Mrs. Mcmenamin her husband i by v id b. Mcmenamin Ami their two son David Mcmenamin and w. Russell Mcmenamin. Lived at 1109 Newberry St., in Aiken from oct. 1914 through May 1915, then return \ my to Aiken in oct. 1915. They lived in the same House until May 30, i 1916 when or. Mcmenamin died age 44. He had been in poor health since 1909. A Day or two later or i Mcmenamin Ami the two sons left i Aiken. Or. Mcmenamin it remains were taken to Chestertown Mary. Land for burial. A i be Mcmenamon family had been residents of Chestertown Maryland bul moved away from there in july i 1913. Or. Mcmenamin and the two sons spent lha summer of 1916 elsewhere before returning to Chester Don Caphton right president of the Aiken Junior chamber of Commerce is shown con Ernul tin Quot Richard Schreiber i960 distinguished service award Winner at the Jaycees Bosses night banquet last week. Marvin Smith left Dsa chairman and guest speaker Bill Kislter past president of the South Carolina Jaycees look on. Photo by Harvey Cyril Bearden selected for 1961 Century dub Cyril c. Rearden 2807 Catawba Street Aiken area representative of International correspondence schools hat been named to the 96i Century club by Joseph h Biro vice president and director j of marketing. This is the sixth year Tiu it or. Rearden has qualified for membership in the club. The is Century club ii composed cd the is Field representative who have achieved or Supra cd their objective in enrolling men and women for Home study mining. Is the world oldest Ami largest Home study institution with Headquarters in Scranton pa., Euta Hulsh id the club in 1925 to recognize James Berry it Brunswick Saval station and Honor outstanding men inns of town in september 1916. Chester j their Field organization. The pre j vue it it town is in the Eastern part of the w1 Century club rep Reata a state. Top Echelon of More than i he the two sons David and Russell i Moscula tues throughout the United were la and 8 years old when the slates. Mcm. Namin family moved to Ai j mgt who joined the is a. A k "11 i t ? tvs. 5 Field organization in 11, will re r 12. Menan All of Jenwon s 1 Quot j1 a 1hfj rf., a up rial Century club award to to lepton s. Telephone Crew j my slips a j in ignition of his work during in my owns Nan a a i on 1 we. T p Inson Rad worked round the clock to reman service. Within 4 hour of the fire lines had been brought Brunswick a. Fth tact a James s. Birry airman apprentice us son of or. And mrs. Lewis a. Berry of route i Box 472, Warrenv die is serving at the Lynco naval air station Brunswick a. Before entering the service in August i960, he graduated from Graniteville High school Granite Public cautioned about direct mail real estate ads elsewhere in this paper you will see an advertisement cautioning the Public about direct mall campaigns and regional or National Magazine advertising Campaign which offer you an Opportunity to buy a part of an out of state Quot land tins advertisement is being placed in Many newspapers in Hie Hopes that you will not Purchase land of unknown desirability or usefulness in another state or country without Fatsi i Dewl asking the real estate commissioner or your local South Carolina licensed real estate broker to gel you full information about the land so offered. Furniture for the american consumer. Of particular importance is i he stress put on the finishes where the True values have been brought out in Woods to give added warmth and Charm. The Market runs until january 20 and is for dealers Only. Exhibits in the huge 14-acre Southern furniture exposition building Parade the full talents of designers and manufacturers with styles including classic contemporary traditional modern. Early american and foreign derivation. Accessories Are sharing in the spotlight of important budget items. Fabrics include luscious quilts solid colors and a great variety of prints. One Hundred per cent Nylon is being used extensively. Draperies Are featuring More All Cotton fabric than Ever before because it lends itself so Well to the Beautiful prints used in the popular Early american decor. Colors Are Sharp. Grey is very popular. Bright red. Yellow and purple arc among the favourites. On accent pieces the prevalent painted colors Are red Green and Grey. Mrs. Caro George Given promotion in recognition id faithful and proficient services of mrs. Carol George for the past nine years As Teller and accounting assistant the directors of Aiken first Federal savings and i in association at each for prison escape and gave Norman ready a 30 Day sentence for the same charge. The Trio All entering guilty Picas to the indictment fled the Aiken county jail together last year using a key reportedly stolen from a jailor. The sentence Are to begin after completion of terms now being served. Rufus Kmart indicted for violation of the liquor Law was Given three months or $300, and hol lie Davis charged with counts of housebreaking and larceny was Given 18 months suspended to six months and three years probation. Both pleaded guilty. Christians will observe special week Quot break bread together is the theme for the week of compassion Observance february 19-26 by Christian churches of the United states and Canada. The major emphasis will he placed on the problem of world hunger. The disciples of Christ brotherhood is cooperating with other religious bodies to provide food for the millions of people of the world who Are under nourished. Last year a More than ten Mil count Gibson passes away after illness count d. Gibson. Sr., of Aiken and St. Simons Island. Ga., professor emeritus and retired head of the department of geology Georgia Institute of technology Atlanta died at a Boston mass., Hospital saturday morning. Services and burial will bi1 held at St. Simons Island ga., at the convenience of tile family. Surviving Are the widow. Mrs. Julia Thompson Gibson formerly of Covington a. One daughter mrs. Theodore Wirths Aiken s. A two sons or. Sam t. Gibson Bethesda md., and or. Count d. Gibson or. Boston mass., also eight grandchildren. Or. Gilison was born in Dawson. Ga., in 1888. He was a graduate of Emory University and the Colorado school of mines. His major professional and teaching activities were in geology civil engineering and military science. He retired from Active teaching in 1042. Or. Gibson moved to Aiken from St. Simons Island in 1958. He was a member of the masonic orders and was past District governor of the East Georgia rotary District. Ile was an honorary member of the Aiken rotary club. He was a member of Christ Church Fredrieka St. Simons Island. His death followed an extended illness. Its recent annual meeting created a new office of assistant Secretary and elected or. George to fill that position. Lion widows orphans nursing mothers the aged and infirm and people in family groups received supplementary food assistance in continuing or emergency programs. One Dollar sends More than three Hundred pounds of surplus food. Other foods and fibres Are contributed through crop Christian Rural overseas program. With our week of compassion offerings on february 26 we join with fellow christians of the world in a Eon ceded attack on human need through the world Council of churches. The Aiken first Christian Church will observe tins special week. A Mcmenamin i now living near Wil Reington. Delaware. He is not nor fled a Russel Mcmenamin is now living at 225 Washington Are., j Imi. A a o a a -1 Chestertown Maryland. He is not into Clemson from Seneca. Pend a. J Marr ton and t into id to provide erne i Fredicy sender to die Public and fire a i Lam ? doctors Nurss and in Tia users. Using Emer mrs. Mcmenamin was born in Chestertown Maryland and had Quot in practically a use Long resident there report of condition of a first state Bank 11 a n state of South Carolina at the close of Birt nos of december 31 St 1960. 1960 Bond sales hit $3.4 million a important news for new car buyers the�?T61 Chevy Brik is Jet smooth travel Down to Earth assets a Xii. with Oiler Banks Reserve Balun. And i it a item Iii process of collection i 04,373.15 i United stairs government obligations direct and guaranteed. It ligation of states and political subdivisions. I Nam my discounts. Bank Premixes owned furniture and fixtures h6.27o.99f a tier Tso to. I Ota liabilities i tem my deposits of individuals partnerships and Corporal 19m .$229,104.12 i me deports of individuals partnership and Cor porn tons. 100,632.50 deposits of United states government including postal livings. 21,150.35 Deposit of states and political subdivisions. I to,295.oo i to Posi a of Banks. 14,9oo.oo other Ftp it it it certified and officers checks Etc 2j99.18 i Otal deposits.m78,881.35 w. W. Ellington jr., county savings Bonds chairman today Rei Orts out Aiken county s december e and if savings Bonds Sal a sire la 073.00, bringing the total for the j year up to $3,428,663 of. Chairman Ellington credited his county s outstanding Bond Sale to u. I the improved 3n96 interest Rale a i 148,1 11,1 6 j l t it juju put it of the county Shank 3,290.80 i which issued the Bonds firms operating tire payroll savings plan and advertising Media which Kep die advantage of saving Bonds before the Public. Ile indicated optimism Over Prospect for even greater Sal in 1961. Hie 20th above Bary year of the Bond program. South Carolinas e and h Bond sales Lur 1960 amounted to $25,042,-y67, according to Robert g. Claw 282.305.50 4,700.22 791.97 .1543,691.70 son. State chairman. I during 1961. Or. Clawson a noun Yeti the Treasury department will i a agonize through special monthly observances the major groups anti j institutions Moat closely associated in the program s Success Banks. Business and Industry Burnt build i cts women volunteers Tike Adver a tiling and entertainment industries i Community groups retailers labor i schools the farming Community j savings Bonds chairmen and volunteers generally. From to Lese i have come the minute men and to a la phys. I5 10.00 j ngg who have Solu Quot share in Arrica to their a Dethor since y m v ii Over is. A i Airth n cd Bois is alone another billion in its companion series the to Bond. Fur an All time High of $13 billion. I it Al .h478.88t.35 capital accounts capital a 5< Orphis. 12,500.00 i Iii vied profits. 2.310.35 total capital accounts 64,710.35 Aiken Coin club members to i is it total liabilities and capital accounts .,$543,691.70 i his Bank a capital consists of common Stock with total value of $50,000.00. Memoranda a pledged or assigned to secure liabilities Ami Tor Oiler purposes. $113,998.44. # i James h. Goodman of the above named Bank do id in Augustu solemnly Wear the. The above Liao meet u True and that i j Aub win b. The. Fully and correctly represents the True state of the several mat Kun Fig the augu9ta hum Metie ten contained and set Forth to the i est of my knowledge and i society Momiy night St 7 30 pjn., i january 23 St 10th and Broad St i in the first Federal building att i Gutta Georgia. Aiken club members will meet at a Laurens Street at 7 . And go to Augusta in car pools. Members Are urged to attend Thea special meeting and will be privileged to auction coins. Ami pour a jim4 it taker j to Mao to Citrus Mitre Iii Ane came from fetid of James h. Goodman corrects attest Cecil h. Barnes president e. E. Steed w. T. Phillips directors. Mute of South Carolina county of Aiken is sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th Day of january 1961, and i hereby certify thai i am not an officer or director of this Bank. My commission expires at pleasure of governor Cive v a Kun no atari Public Sci what 01v��?� Chevy it Jet a Moth 6100 Wuh com a nothing Cushion Uke a Coil end Clary a on of a j to Cor to Gin you a cod opting of Ncry Quot Hod. Pre Sis i i Halaut do is it Cork wheel and or of Rombly to prciion4>aloncod before the Callaton for smoother rolling with let a be hum Law it hulking a Hoof a Eualie door a lament panel Hood floor cd hog Goge compartment me carefully insulated Epa Taal drumming end Brehon. Cd hum i a Listi aha it Rinns a the Chamois in cushioned against chock and shake at Warp dial a not. In Nefew body a lode h joined to the Chassis by Large butyl rubber Cathion Dud further isolate the ride from the Road. Go of of better just Circle your Tigu first time you try a Jet smooth by Cady. Got any whore near an open Highway and he a liable never to tee you again. What we moan Chevy a rid whet your Yea to travel. Win you Over with in delightful Oil aperitif smoothness its hushed Comfort and tight steering. You and yourself fitting sorry for Maopu who buy higher priced care thinking they Hare to Premium prices for a luxury rids. That May have been True at Ona time but not any More. Chevrolet s ride in readability just does t take second place to anybody a. A for the Athar pluses people ally expect Only from costly cars Nob Vuu beat Chevy a body by Fisher fur Fine workmanship. Notice the roominess too. Space to stretch out and relax larger door openings higher Esau and an easier loading deep Well trunk that handles suitcases As if to key were handbags. Unit you work for the manufacturer can you think of a reel Good reason or buying a More expensive car we Juile see the Neil Chevrolet cars. Chevy Corm irs and the new Corvette at Amir local authorized Chevrolet dealers Columbia 8. Only Al pre War Between the states students returned to the University a South Carolina after the War in 1865, according to us historian or Daniel w Hollis Hollingsworth Chevrolet 3w Park ave s. W. S. Company phone i

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