UNION RECORDER, MILLEDCEVILLE, CA., DECEMBER 13, 1>M
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R. B. MOORE—EDITOR
JERE N. MOORE—Butine.t V
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THURSDAY. DEC. 15
and highways lettered up? The
visitor in Germany is impressed by
th eneatness and cleanliness of nil
the country. Besides the efforts of
the most of the individuals to attain
this end, there is the barking of the
government as in the ease of or.c
people of Macon. Any organiza
tion in any community which sup
plies the recreational and social
needs and aids in the spiritual uplift
of the members of that community
has justified itaftf.
Jr. a city the A, -* of Macon, .such
an organization ns the Y. W. C. A.
In Munich. Germany, n policeman lhn 5 unlimited possibilities of E rowth
, see- a pedestrian throw a paper'and of greater influence. That is.
fruit-skin on the pavement fine, the possibilities ore unlimited when
the spot—and the citizens have community spir.t
behind all these dreams?
Then, if there is one common goal,
why not a common route for reach
ing it? Ah, there is, but few of us
have found it The broad, smooth
road of selfishnew is so easy to fol
low that few can find the narrow
path of service, which, growing
broader toward the end, finally leads
to the Qnly true happiness.
JEST A UTTU C01( , Mn
fr'sha/" « k - d JU8t '
own shutterVruTanatu P “' hing “ P
ives him u receipt for it”
How’s tha tfor quick action? The
ray the situation is handled without
nving o carry it through
robably the reason for it
ed into a summer resort, with all its
scenic grandeur outspread for every
The new waterfall’s discovery
announced >y Wilfred Grenfell,
whose representatives had photo
graphed it and charted it and proved
it to be a cataract transcending all
known cataracts. Sven so, the pic-
. lures had to be made from a re-
all know from experience that pectful distance, since mountainous
our desire for happiness we projections and jagged-walked ra-
the great seek only personal gain and forget vine8 b|ocked passaRe . Q thp fa!1 . s And while the test i» in full ki
ed of the association and rontr.b- the other fellow, when we reachjh? place> Scienti8ts of the expedition find out what became of that h
timated that some forty million year’s^ Christmas tic Aunt Eva sent
A good memory ;eat j, , 0 t
remember what hee.me of the a’
r. Macon Telegraph.
and foresight enough t
STAFF JOURNALISM CLASS
■ Editor—Annie Mo
Interna ional News—Delta Grai
College News—Mildred Morrell.
Features—Carrie Frank Crate.
. Page -Mae Ross
k ia follow tlic example of Spa
the apjH-aranc.' of the Georgia roads
v.ill be improved. Just hecaus our The i
.talc has been slow in beautifying la.’itu Fi
tu r thoroughfares should be no rea- ing bur-ii
on for her to continue a laggard. Pons in
Spalding county was .he first coun- the mos
tv in the nation to pave all her por- that inn
tion of the Dixie highway and it is stood thi
in keeping with that progressive condusic
spirit that she should have begun to' able as,
beautify -he highway.
The President of the Garden Club
of Griffin has announced that very
soon th.- planting of crept* myrtb*
trees along the Dixie highway through
Spalding county will he stared.
Three thousand plants have been ob- -nd ret
tainod and four thousand more will i.nprovt
be needed. The people of Griffin federal
and Spalding county will supply
thr’sc from their yards.
If each county through which the
highway passes will begin to do some
actual work it will not he long be
fore .he nation wide plan to beauti
fy the Dixie highway from its north-
ute to its support. coveted goal, we find it tinged with
What this association moans to Ma- bitterness,
eon it could mean to a smaller town The truest and most lusting joy
as well. May we not consider the comes from making some one else
extreme value of an organization happy. The Boy Scouts seem to have
such as the “associated charities” tha: realized this when they adopted as
ha = been proper?d for Millcdgeville? their motto, “Do a good turn daily.’’
— Why not begin this today, and see
SOUTH’S ECONOMIC SOUNDNESS If each day is not happier than the
one before, as is grows easier to serve
The monthly review of tin At- from day to day?
horsepower was going to watte, and She’s coming
that the least generous promotioners
could do in the matter would be to “Trinity Me.hod.ist church Frid
make this puradise available for habi- night gave a reception to its annex
tation if not industrial exploitation. ,n >1* new pastor, Rev. I. De Yelle *•
T1 ,»y feel, pardonably, that the spec- Besides that we would probably g 0 ?-j
tncle of forty million horsepower for «a to say “my goodness!” J
squandering itself upon cold rocks is
one that ought to be viewed and :n- “One person is struck by c n auto
joyed. mobile in this country every forty.
tution. It must be under- Professor A. K. Lnbeck of the
the federal reserve bank’s University of Wisconsin, who recent-
is arc thoroughly depend- ly returned from a trip to Europe,
in the very nature of its repot to that Europeans are deeply
Labrador hue developed amazingly lWo seconds,"
within the past few years, in particu- contemporary. He
lar in the fi.-hing industry. A new bad shape by this time, whoe
expedition now forming to further New lork Evening Post.
Sir Wilfred’s discoveries may result - —
in a vast ?xpunsion in other lines, i ^ woman hunter brought in mur*
Forbidding in winter, Labrador is birds than some of the hunters of the 1
nevertheless enchanting in rammer. °PP° s ite sex. And where might those
ponaibililiea, it cannot afford to interested in the fnct that America -J™-"™ * ■“ untie, l,„ on 11. a .
'dilute in situation., or <„**. in is busy establirinn* state pnrks. They ‘ m " y b< ' c ° n,e 11 . „“ 0 ^„ Ha„ c oek ^° y
ISS .vork. Wholesale anil retail think that thi, rapidly gwwin* plan bW “ rtlr *"* StrMt?
rchan.s report unusually heavy of the stater shows a marked advance- Atlanta Journal,
reases. ment in civilization.
Collections in both wholesale “The idea of a state park pvcrj
retail trade showed considerable one hundred miles or so captivate
irovement over September," the their fancy,” says Professor Loberk
reserve statement said. “The fondness abroad for the out
iiber crop estimates by the doors, und the love for picnics i? uni
United States depar.ment of agricul- versally apparan.. Everywhere tour
! There is a difference of opinion
about redheads.—Maria Jeritza.
APPLES FOR CHRISTMAS
hose of a month earlier for som
if the principal crops of thi*« . dis
rict among them corn, potatoes
otton, rice and sugar. The revici
ists or picnickers encounter the pros
pects of invading strictly private
If Europeans feel an interest in
American prograss, Americans should
show grenler intere t and strive even
“Saving?* dt*posi.s declined slightly hr..*dcr toward be icring the park:
s and r
"This --elfish world hates a selfish
individual.” These words express the
opinion of one of the Miilcdg ville
ministers. Do you agree with him?
If the world as a whole i» selfish
and individuals are using their frienu
and family only as stepping stones
.o happiness, why isn’t the selfish
vend years r.liow a decrease c
reel with the same date a year ai
While: necessarily the federal
ntroversi&l issue, it is very ob- that
jus to every student of econom- tnge
: .hat the wild speculative stock American citiz
gy in New York, which has been Practically c
nning since last summer, has been is now intere*
ible for the decline in south- parks and nei
- land which, under proper supervision
” could he converted into / beautiful
l - parks. Think of hta thousands of
.juar? miles of unspoiled territory
uld be used to
« places of
Despite this one discqrdant note
> railed wealthy so-* the review is an unchailcngable evi-
■tife country **r- 1 done? of the ’ marvelously. growing
veil tion ii Of >U-4 . imitated by others id matters of dress itrade conditiunrf in th? routh. ami
and ! hitfUyflQdHSaifth' thi'^ •>»* ara not loved '•£ tie ire.V. rod-prosperity of the on.
eptir:: ,- ic «„• , j,. ,' iv *d ;ba . by their- un* n>people because they | section Which is growing more rapid-
m , vc . ;. JM V,, . ' ’ are r -Ifir.h wi h time and money. ly than any other in America.—Th*
Many pclj.i/ irjvfeiii ,|ic:- s 0thrr wealthy people give freely Atlanta Constitution.
v hi.'li dry. Urn-,: ^.Vvrii » tinyi" r - bu ‘ ,,evi r ' r >' «* *» "»*
ere unuwla .*f u- »' it was 1 ^ p,en ° 8 to their acquaintances; thcre-
to«» late. They uv.d i to ! e lh; :>- «••• missing the joys of
Wished. May the st.
ue hi., far sighted poll-
h state has park? of whic
IS IT WORTH IT?
- DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK?
Vi ithin the next few days, Christ
mas seals will be going out through
the mails to Macon people who have
been buying them regularly in the
pa.-it Although the work has been
• ha.I a physician
een given th. opportunity to detec
he disease in th. beginning. Ca?
ou ol rite an cx .mple .f thi . kind!
!L alth woik.-r.i and physicians in
°iw antiy telling penpl. m" ,v im
ortunce of the periodic he 1th
evelpoed as it should. The move
lent inauguraL *1 in New York secmi
n excellent plan and it would 1>-
YOUR LEISURE THOUGHTS
o H. Kahn has said, "The color
■an W.ul i dyed by hi-leisure
This statement leaves
0 " t oder if. in the hectic, dash
°*h und confusion of this highly
Mated century in which we arc* i
. so*.ie souls are not a bit color-1
ind ‘ lank, ai a piece of canvas |
hich their is no painting. Leis-j It must hn
no: to exist for. tic man who
! -Many people who have no wold- !
jly no-essions give more true happi-
in this world by giving checr-
; f.i!!y of their own time and love than
! if’ they gave larg. sums of money,
j Why do people, who give of them-
j selves freely, become* more beloved
j than those who give of their money, :
I or tin. e who ara recognized as au-
j thority in all social mutters?
The Bible says, “The world loveth
I e cheerful giver.” This seems to be
j the answer. A cheerful giver is usu
Jolly a happy person who .her hi
| home be a palace or a shack. “Ti t
J«»y of life comes from riiaring it
Did you ever stop to think that
the earth and all that dwell the
like you cc
-o die tonight th
?-t.nnd still until aflothi
uld be made?
ave to be reminded,
II, it <loes no harm again to bring
iuuuu you; to public attention the use to wheih
Ult ' Proceeds from the seals are put
The money goes to the support «r
the two open-air schools for under-
. . . . nourished and tuberculous children.
; p to think about Thf . rhoi)I for white chUdren ho|ds
l Central City park und has an -en-
illment now of 25. It has a summer
•ssion at Mounatin City. The chil-
re.n are from the schools of *hc city,
iken ou : of their classes to be ireat-
il and to prevent the spread of the
icease. A srhoo! for Negro children
; operated on Menard : tract, in East
[aeon. Th ? necessity for that
rchoo* i? even grr-nter than for .he
white children, when statistics are
considered. In 1928, there have been
1**12 death?* in Bibb county. Of thes. ,
and wonder if you
■st with it and living it as
led you !o do?
ever top to think that life
e make it—good' or had—
a treasure to be guarded
x ever sop to think thnt
put here for one purpose
>u do not accomplish that
"Make a Christmas present of a
box of Georgia apples’’ is a slogan
that is being promulgated by the
Consolidated Apple Growers’ ex
change a. Cornelia. It is being cir
culated and vigorously encouraged
by Atlanta produce dealers.
The 1928 apple crop of north
Grorgia is one of the best—if not
the ho:t—in the history of
apple industry, bo;h in
"There’}) nothing that
more appropriate or more appre
ciated than a box of luscious Geor-
advan- j ‘ r ‘ a apples/’ says a statement made
n f or | public h?re by the growers’ exchange.
j Every Georgia family should include
. union a ,l>ox ?uc * 1 apples among its Christ-
tter of!"** prtsent.". Children, and grown-
well, will * enjoy Chris'.mas
vith apples in the house than
until they will if there are no apple:,. In
fact, can one imagin? Christmas with
out apples? Ore may have every
thing else, but if there are no apple*
something will be mi-sing.
“Georgia apples for Georgia chil
dren when Santa Claus comes to
G?orgh” is an important thing to
It will take many apples to fill
the Christmas stockings and deco
rate all the Christmas trees this
year in Georgia, but nature has
done it» best to produce a b’g crop
in the face of unfavorable weather
rb that has b
mended by the north Georgia grow-
Ts to read, “An apple a day make?
hildrin gay in a wonderful way—
It is the natural wish of every
young person to fall in love and have
somebody return the love with equal
ardor.—Rev. Harry Em arson Fos-
Life’*; greatest reward comes with
a happy love life.—Bernarr Mac-
The only satisfaction that a
and pa P erman «»" K*t out of life i
he can be trusted .o keep a i
bc —Emile Gauvreau.
There isn't a man in the big leagues
who hasn’t learned to sacrifice indi
vidual stuff in favor of the team.—
'slant!y Uf ’ s
i'ootball is one of the greatest and
io.t useful courses given a: any un:-
ersity of institution of learning.—
rvine L. Phillips, Football Captain,
diversity of California.
I’ve had one husband and that’s
enough for one girl, but Lindy is my
ideal, and he is the man I would likt
to meet and marry.—Francine Larri-
Besides put ing lettuce on the mar
ket without any sand, some nut?
minus shells wouldn’t be snickered a :.
i may be splotched
i wit!, bright colors
*• in ht-mony. Such a soul
«.ilh h few moments, hero
. of beau'iful, noble think-
there i.s no unity of color
'nilura to spend all leisure
i way as to blt-nd the high
the sluggish, dull drown
whwich has taken bright
:ed them with murk
i’d to say that he w * 18 ^
inaU rials a
The glory of life, however, lies in
lo se soults which are the artistic
it Christmas time
.hings he ccuid do
in unusual person
, but always with ,
what they would 1
lly they do this j
r stop to think thr.i ; T
your work well, there
elow you ready willing, fi5 pcr
ako you, jail* ioris; tc tv it, whit, and 70 dared.
P t0 . h ' nk lk f RecortJ ^ •‘‘how that GO per cent of :he
fpcaks so hiud people dea ths from tuberculosis are among
romen, who constitute «*nly 23
t of the population. These
have the closes com ,ct with
onits of he jjity yr<| jt is
y to our health to ?top the
1 hear what you
ever stop to think that
fine clothes and fam-
e personality and charm
“State food budgets are to be put
into the hands of hundreds of house
keepers so tha; they may know more
jay k„ p; , the doctor f f ‘ ni * ely ”*•“»“ «»
foods to conserve for home consump
tion.” But why all this hulabaloo
about T. B.?
“Harrold Brown is a graduate of
Thomasville High School, where hi*
took a high .stand in his studies, anti
otherwise.” We still claim .hat th>
>!d hlueback speller would win the
otter or fin;r apples are grown
1 ho United States than in Georgia,
ml *»ur people should insist upon the
leorgia apple. T will help a great
nd rapidly developing industry.—
re Atlanta Constitution.
SAVE AND BE READY
that piychologist who
say.s pain is merely imaginary ex
plain tho demonstrable fact that
wi-. n one : its on a tack he i too busy
getting off of it for his imaginative
faculties to function and yet it hur s
iike all git out..—Macon Tel graph.
ent of *
think that d j st , '
fun” and enjoy
tarily, hut it may lead to discernin'
and unhappiness. One person migh'
be so affected and cau s e other:
’round him to be miserable.
The plan of looking for things tha
can be done without not only breed:
no discontent but may actually pre
Such a spirit will make on*
bke the shy, soft, and fleecy clouds, able to see how many are his bless-
•hanges of color that ever blend ings and how few are his* needs.
> the spirit of unselfishness.
rhythm, harmony and grace.
“The color of .1 man's soul id dyed
b.v his LEISURE THOUGHTS."
How lasting are the effects of the
nr.uid spring “Clean Up” weeks?
low long do people remember not to
'rrow papers on the streets? It
: ‘°ms that the majority of people
. e not public spirited enough and
have enough civic pride to
"-e ideals of this special we’k
iver during the rest of the
ommon thing for the trave?-
which theore icaly reigns supreme at
Christmas time. “Doing without,”
fortunately or unfortunately forced
upon the majority of people is not
a negative virtue: it may produce
contentment. Such contentment may
make us look around ua to se the
needs and actual suffering of others
with a desire and a willingness to
help to alleviate it.
Did you c
i of the work has
ed. In 1927,
t*»p to think that
st friend is your
bitterest enemy when your back is
Did you ever stop to think that you
art* not the only one in this world
who has troubles'? Why worry thi
other fellow with yours?
Did you ever s op to think that
you are responsible to God. and if
you come up lacking. Hercules, him
self, cannot break down the gate
opening of school, I)r. Applewhite dis
covered HO cases of active tubercu
losis in the school* of the city. At
the beginning of the present year, he
found only 69. It is entirely possible
that the money contributed to the
I* 1 AntiTuherculosis commission through
»eals last year, saved the live** of
hildren. Certainly, it is worth
t-quirc's pretty daughter a
>ed by th? new curate, was e
the children of the ”illaj
the dollar or two the commission asks
unities come to everyone
hut of *.n the greatest opportunity
cannot be grasped becaus? it require
a little raady money to enable one t*
take dvantage of them.
Th>i fact is emphasized by a veil
known financier, who in an articl
on thrift says: “Those who have be
come leaders in the business world anoituoi
almost wi hout exception found the school,
turning point in their careers when ‘Now, children,” she sai-I, “can
they were able to take advantage of you tell me what a miracle |.? M Then
a great opportunity because they had ’*‘hb no answer for u moment, and she
the money at hand. In moat cases th? was abou to repeat the question
sum of money involved was small, when a little maiden held up hei
bu; coupled with vision, ambition, hand.
clcan*!iving .and self-mastery, the-e “Well, Nellie,” the squire’s daugh
men were able to turn their nest ter said encouragingly, “tell the clns-
eggy into colossal fortunes.” what a miracle is."
It is undeniable that the habit of! “Please, miss,” the little girl re
aving comes hard for most people, plied, “mother say? it will be a
bu. having once made a start it is miracle if you don’t marry
of each of us to save the life of
| child.—The Mcann Telegraph.
Did you ever stop to think that.
»1 that men do liv
But the good is oft in‘err’d in thejr
Say. did you ever take time to stop
and think, anyway?
The discovery in Labrador of
charted waterfalls estimated
double the height of Niagara is a
reminder that this odd world still
hold.- a few secret* worth surprising.
Nor is this surpassing natural beauty
f al ogether out of sight, with no fate!
Jtisi tho toot ra ♦ ra v xr r* a I «_-* oil said. “The real except to war to its magnificence up-| Three tor a Dime, Leddyl
the fact that the M. C. A. | goal in every person s life i» happi- on the nrtic air. Recent explorations Car salesman—“This is our
all have our ambitions, | have revealed Labrador as n land of *baby seven’.
SERVICE AN HAPPINESS
comparatively easy to continue. Noth-, curate!”—Yorkshire Pos-
„ .... r the confidence of busi
ness men in a young person more
-feadily than the knowledge that he or
ishe is able to save money, even,
though the amount saved from month i
to month is not large. Many a young
man has been enabled to make n
most desirable business connection
through a reputation of thrift and
” I having a little ready cash.
The wise young person will begin
saving early, so as to be ready when
oppor.unity comes.:—Butler Herald.
in Macon minis ers to individuals | n
, tl 7 S " n,, Un 7 b T" "t' 1 ro “ o* the' pi«un„, U o «„d quite aeccsible
month .j sufficient reason. for its future, but after all, i?n’‘. the eter- erv and
country to we the streets existence and for its support by the nal cearcli and .struggle for happiness few short
the matter of physic:*!
i long distance flight*,
s capable in the air a-«
i, declares) Lady Heath. No, ton
gues were not mentioned.
“The war bewteen the older order
of inefficiency and the new order
scientific merchandising will doubt
less become intensified.” Now as that
h settled maybe we can all sit back
e selling them,
Hail- literally by the dozen.”
and already it is hinted that a The wife—“Really! And how much'las made as feel like wo had freck-
will see it ‘ransform- ’. dozen are they?” ] ev tickling oar i
"Going up in an eleva or give; one
much the same sensation as start
ing a trip in a blimp,” a young avia-
|tor remarks;” but, by crackie, U al-