UNION RECORDER. MILLEDCEVILLE. CA.., MAY 30. ia»»
WITHIN THE CITY
DR. ORME FLYNN ADDRESSES
GRADUATE NURSES THURS
(BY MISS DIDDY)
right her* 1
The time hops by
r it seems only a short
“a sweet girl gradu
ate” looking out into a new era,
thinking about everything had been
conquered but a husband. Here I
am still single and I have found
that they are not necessary as I
AGRICULTURAL AGENT WARNS
AGAINST FRUIT FLY
p..pl, Vr Cr J to Co-op.r.l* In Fi.hl
• Through Gei
! n,«ice that Maj. and Mr>.
Osterman fet* ’ the numbers of the
band at a lovely, party last week.
Mr*. Osterman is u delightful per
l lin . u member of on- -f Baldwin*
substantial f.atnili' She hn:< al-
wuv- taken inters t in hir husband’-
work and the land boys adore her
nd of fe
<mor that should
embers of their
■ tier for the w«
I have not wen the grandson but
re for l »» M®*
iru one day last week and “he did
ut have to tell me—The fact was
ritten in her smile. I bet this
nans man thinks u heap of grand-
other too and his visits to her will
Wi.\ - il ie time for h
e. Board President Deliver.
Kichard Orme Flynn, Presby
Minister of Atlanta, delivered
the Raccaulaureate address Thurs
day evening to the graduating das
of the Nurses Training School at the
Georgia State Sanitarium, paying a
lwnu'iful tribute to the profession
and the calling into which the gradu
ates were entering.
Bt fore an audience that filled the
a sembly room in the Convelc-ant
building, the Board of Trustees, the
members of the staff and the grndu
" ith thc ,n "' ilU ‘ ion asking every citiren to co-operot
P lay,nE " miirch - i ,|,h them in the destruction of the
I>i. U. C. Swint, Superintendent, ^ before it spreads through Geor-
who presided presented Hon. Jdinj^ The housewives are requested
T. IVrantlcy of Blackshear. President ^ im j nt , u |j f ru jt and vegetable:
,.r the Board of Trustees who intro
duced Dr. Flynn.
Dr. Flynn impressed upon the
graduates, the high calling and
■ splendid profession into which they
were entering. Relating experiences
that he had with nurses in visiting
George H. Frior, Field Agent
from the State College of Ai 5c-J-
ture. spent Saturday in the city dis
cussing methods to prevent the
. pi t ad of the Mediterranean Fruit
Fly tnut has infested Florida, taking
a tremendous loss and is now com
ing into Georgia.
Mr. Frior stated the fly would de
stroy nil fruit and several vegetable®
in the garden. With the Georgia
fruit season just opening it i> im-
|u rtant that people be able to reco
gnize the fly and destroy them.
The State Board of Entomology
tecurely and send to
ird of Entomology ii
1928 CHEVROLET COUPE FOR
Oh: boy this one i. a dandy, all
»pich and .pan. A knock-out. we are
ring this one too cheap, but I
toing to .ell it.
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is by train. The safest. Most com
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Inquire of Ticket Agents regarding
greatly reduced fares for short trips.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
APARTMENT FOR RENT
hree bed room., dining room,
hen. and bath cto.e in.
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very .mall price.
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» will pooiti-
ia 11 leak, will not
Make the old boat look lik (
leave* the paint fresh, just
Our polish and a small «,
elbow grease will turn the t
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Our prices are the lowest—What
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High class Shoe Repairing.
Cleaning and Pressing
BUIN’S SHOE PLANT AND
from all 1 hear he needs the
for he is all hoy and knows
Mr*. Emm tt Hines was delight-
nil entertained last week at twe
nvttv parties by Mrs. Hines and
Mr . Geo. Carpenter.
Minister of the
j Gospel he drew lessons from which
'the graduates might profit. In con-
1 elusion he urged that they make
Christ their example for all things.
Mr. Brantley, the Board President,
presented the diplomas. In a happy
way he reviewed the work of the'
Institution and expressed the gratifi-l
cation of the board of trustees for i
splendid work this department (
The following yo
The li t of graduates at Peabody
ligh attract - my attention. They
:<• a group of most attractive gills
ind vh truly modern t.ley p******
hr *rt and charm that rharacteriz-
•1 th oft... referred !«• girl of
terd: y. This * las- will be watch-
>1 with interest and 1 have little
oubt hut that their years in college
rill establish many records.
ladies received their
Misses Helen Blackwell, Mary Key,
Gladys McCorkle, Samantha R*n-
frne. Frankie Ressau, Oreta Smith,
Eva Veal, and Susie Mae Wade.
Dr. T. M. Hall, a member of the
board from Millcdgevlile. presented
$5.00 ROUND TRIP FROM MACON TO JACKSONVILLE
(March 30th to Oct. 5th, 1929)
Saturday Excursion Tickets sold for following fast hijh-class
Ar. Jacksonville 8.05 PM 6:55 AM 7:20 AM 7 45 AM
Lv. Macon 12:30PM 10:35 PM 11:45 PM 12:15 Night
Tickets good returning on any train over Southern Railway
System leaving Jacksonville Sunday night and arri-ing Ma
con early Monday morning following date of sale, ar d will be
honored in sleeping and parlor cars upon payment for space
G. k. PETTIT, Div. Pass. Agi.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
for ALL Your
TVTO mailer what
■L* occasion il
dinner parly or
Il is your assur
ance of real baking
»J >< n it? Why the* beau ti
ring Frances Hines is showing,
course it is on her left hand and
Btr'.y ung man »* a Virginian,
r,c«n hat not made known the
■ i.ut it reported to be early in
fall. It »< to Ik* regretted that
pins Dr. Hall it
j.r* tula ted the $
to the attentio
that the great
Mrs. Mae Jor
Nurses, made a
the young wi
>rd of advice
will leave Milledge-
The grounds -urrounding the
uk* Memorial Hospital are most
wtifuL Th shrubbery and flow-
* have beautified this wonderful
emorial m- ‘t pleasing. The per
il r* ‘ponsible i? Mi * Bessie Thom-
, »He happy, sweet Superintendent.
t acquaintances and he graces the
rector«bip of the hospital with
.- j-jven her interest to make the
k room on the campus the most
•xsnnt and beautiful anywhere.
i : pier.did addition to Milledge-
young people are the dnugh-
. if Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edward-
granddaughters of Harry Still-
\n interesting sufpri.se to
ny friends was the marring,
therine Parks. Wasn’t it just
therine to nring the big ever
In presenting th.
a happy speech con
ruduates and brough
n the splendid worl
charity «>f Georgii
es, SujH.*rintendc»t of
few farewell remarks
men and gave a final
dcNt of Mrti
n the program f«
HINTS FOR THE HOME
Have you ever thought of tnc var
•i d u-es to which you might put youi
odd pieces of sterling silver, naidi
from their customary service?
Salt cellars of the open type make j
charming clip or .‘tamp holders for
A sanuwich tray—that i>. a round
one—can be used as an ice cream
dish, a dessert dish, for salads or for
fruit. And this i> likewise true of
the berry bowl which is used these
day* for vegetables, salads, ice cream
and many other foods.
Coasters of the old English design
with beading across the top can be
put to excellent use as ash tray?.
That is, of course, when not holding
their proper decanters. These are
just a few of the many ways in which
to get double service from sterling!
which, to yield fullest returns on its
inve tment, should be used every day
of its life.
For “Steak Night”
rumor is traveling around
will have another intercst-
ii, CHEVROLET COACH FOR
Broiled steak Mashed potato
Baked stuffed tomatoes
Pineapple & cream cheese salad
One Day’* Food
It is said for the average man do
ing fairly muscular work the day s J
i food supply should contain: 1 1-4 j
lbs. bread or its equivalent in cereal-.
2 or. butter or other fat; 2 oz. su-,
1 1-4 lbs. fresh fruit and green j
■tables; 12 oz. of food from th-*
meat or meat-substitute class, such
as meat, poultry, eggs. fish, milk and
dried bians, peas, lentils, etc.
i-Mnde Furniture Polish
d the best polishes known
ide by combining 3 parts
or sweet oil with 1 part
* parts linseed oil and 1
>«ntine also makes a good
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Wcco-Prp Ha* long Lem cou.idored
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