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Leaders Encourage Raising of
Workstock to Supply Shortage
C . »ty Agent Cook points out
th.i there u a big shortage oi
hoi •. u.id mules over the country
and oi Georgia, and that he.
•leading fanners and businessmen
will do everything possible
shi., sjmn»t to encourage Baldwin
county to raise good colts.
Information received at tht
Co .nit; Agent's office this wee»
irmn the Committee on Animal
ifu-.handry oi the Unirerslty Sys-
Br h. Y. Cook. Farm Agent
The 4-H Club boys and girls held
a "Georgia First" contest at their
regular meeting this week to see
who could write down the greatest j bsh and maintain
number of “Firsts” for Georgia, insane.
Herbert Torrance wen first place fo.-
the Cooperviile Club; Allen Smith
uf Georgia indicate* that lor I Midway, and Kate Veal. Union
every IS horses needed to replace j Point. The contest created much
old iior.'ies ir. Georgiu we now have interest among club members and
only about 10 colt* coming on. For j following 13 a consolidated list of
every 52 mules needed to be re- . things that happened first in Gcor-
plKcd.wejKtu^.. have only 11 gio ond by Gecrgian ,.
First sewing machine invented by
Steam was first used by a Goor-1 HOFKHELL EPWOBTB LEAGUE |j
gian to propel a boat. A Mr. long- TO HAVE SPEAKER
street, of Augusta—several months)
prior to the time c-f Robert Fu ton’s I The regular meeting of the Hope-;
successful attempt on the Hudson | well Epworth League was held Sun- j
River—launched a boat on the Sa- j day night. Mr. Louis Anderson,,
vannah River. | president, presided. Miss Geraldine \
Georgia State College for Wo- Proctor was in charge of program,
men, Milledgevilie. Ga.. was first Very interesting talks were given by j
woman's college to add a Depart- by Miss Emily Harrington on the !
ment of Health to its curriculum. “Broker. Connection", and Mr. An- ,
Georgia was first state to estab-' derson spoke on “Convictions and!
spital for Its Opinions".
i The young people are happy to an -
First flag of Texas was designed nounce that Professor W. N. Massey j
and fashioned by a Georgia Woman , cf the Sociology Department at G. i
The first passenger train in the S. C. W. will speak Sunday night,
world is said to have been operated, March 29th. He v/.ll speak on the •
between Augusta, Ga.. and Charles- i subject “Does It Pay to Be a Chris-
collo. At that rate Georgia fann
er.-. will have to send about $4,- 1 ,, . __
00U.0W a year out of the State to j 0 G* or * ia n: Dr. Frank R. Gould mg:
buy work slock. ; First cottonseed oil made by a
Tig* Animal Husbandry Commit-, Georgian: Launcelot Johnson,
tee point* out that fflfc average Auction sale in Americus Geor-
firice of horses In Georgia has ad- gia furnished plane of Charles Lind-
vuiiced from (50 on January«l, bergh.
1M2. l/j *101 the first of this year Georgia was first, and only, stale
n which a cotton stalk has been
crown to a recorded height of 7 ft.
stalk bore 715 bolls - was rais-
horses and mules as * n Alpharetta Georgia, and is now
they have in all milk and meat on display in the Capitol Museum.
aiiiin’.L, combined. Georgia r^ade Jirst cotton thread
County Agents and 4-H club and shipped first cotton to England,
leaders over the state are encour- Cotton was first ginned
aging community coit clubs, and state of Georgi-. *
First Matrimonial Bureau
Dining the same period the price
of mules has advanced from
to (155 Georgia farmers now have
about twice as much money in
ton, s. c.
The first'commerc.al gold mining
operations in the United States were
carried on at DaHonega. where the
Government established a mint
What is claimed to be the first
golf course in America was laid out
by Scotch Highlanders at Darien
First Girl Scouts organization was
inaugurated in Savannah by a Geor
Georgia is the first and only state
tian Young Person Today?"
Mr. Massey is a very interesting
and inspiring speaker and the young
people cordially invite all members,
parents and friends to come and
worship with them.
New Easter Dresses
2 MAJOR SPRING FASHIONS
for Smart Young Women
WANTED TO BUT OLD HORSES,
MULES. CATTLE AND GOATS—
Win call and get then. Geo Barton
Fairgrounds. Milledgevilie, Ga.
Trade-in your old Radio on i
to have a tree that owns itself. This 1936 Phllco—CLIFTON ADAMS
tree grows in Athens. Ga.
First to strike Spanish ambitions
to seize the South Atlantic Seaboard
(Oglethorpe and 800 men defeated
tr,e l 5,000 Spaniards at Bloody Marsh and
j halted their march northward to
esi*eciaUly the need for raising
more livestock feed and providing IT „ . ......
gcod pastures for brood mares, ~ _ ffazme published in i to teach the Bible to the
growing colts ar.d workstock. The 71,0 Ladies Magazine ’ | Indians. * 1
First hymn book in the new world
of good jacks or good stallions 1819-
Li es;iecial!y important In raising Georgia was first state to have a
good colts. highway named for a woman: Nancy
Most horsemen prefer raising Hart Highway, between Waghing-
spring coits and County Agent ton and Elberton. Georgia.
Cuok says that if the colts arc Charles Herty—Georeian. first dis-
born early m the spring the marcs coven!d method of ncw .
ho. westher MTres bred'ln^prH P * per pulp and ray ° n ,rMP s!ash
and May will drop foals the fcl- pl ” D ‘ .
lowing March and April. Crawford W. Long—Georgian, dis-
Oounty Agent Cook will be glad rovf>re < 1 anesthesia and its practical
to tiik with farmers about raising application.
col'., and about where some got*. Georgia was first state to send a
UuSctias about colt raising can «airan to Congress: Mrs. Rebecca
be obtained. Latime. Felton.
I Georgia is the home of Wesleyar.
University the oldest chartered
Mi..; Frances Hubbard and Mi*.
Msmy lie Lrndscy are at home fn
.swing h lx days. They are student
Savannah in 1737.
First general to fall on either side
in the War Between the States
General Francis Bartow.
First state in which trees were
cupped for turpentine.
A Georgian. Tom Brumby,
first to run up the American flag
composed by Charles Wesley at j at Manilla in the Phillipines.
Mr. Edwin Boone is spending ..
few djys with his parents. Mr. and succeeded
Mri A S. Bocne.
Mr. Malcolm Everett visited in
Irwmtau tins week-end.
M«s.. Sarah Bernice Wade was the
week-end visitor of Miss J trout i
mo1br*i\ Mrs. Gertrude CarewcU.
Mr. and Mrs Roger Mallony were
in Irwintcm Saturday. Mrs. Mallorv
is a Milledgevilie girl and a form
er Iiwinton teacher. Mr. Mallory is
from New York.
Mi33 Bessie Hartley spent several
days in Milledgevilie this week.
Mr*. Mack Brown is visiting her
son. Mr. Norman Brown'.
bil k. Elizabeth Hamlin was in town
Mr. Joe Boone, Rollie Bell, Nat
Bacuat and Col. Alexander Boone at-
man's college in t\e world and the
first college in the ■ world to grant j
degrees to its women graduates.
William G. McAdoo, a Georgian,
ehicular tunnel beneath water
when he tunneled the Hudson River.
Georgia was the first state to have
p. Presbyterian church—First Pres
byterian church of Augusta, Ga.
Georgia Oak in Thomasville, Ga.,
'Mrs R-sa Lindsey and family ranks first in point of size with
xxpent Friday in Macon. oaks of the world. It stands 47 feel
Mr- El: B Hubbard and dough- ; high, has a spread of 142 feet and
ter. Miss Frances Hubbard, were in, trunk circumference of 20 1-2 feet.
Macon Friday. This tree is reputed to be 250 years
Mr. Waldo Lindsey is at home old.
from M. G. C. at Cochran fcT the Georgia was the first state to for-
week-end i bid slavery.
Mi- Byingtcn Lindsey visited his j Georgia claims the first Christian
moil.er this week end. j baptism in America. when a Span-
Mi - . Hugh Parker of Macon was in ish Priest administered the baptismal
town several days this week. | rites to a dying Indian Chief at the
Mr Julian Carswell is visiting his crosslni? of Ocmulgee River.
George Guess, the Indian
quoyah produced first and only al
phabet for the Cherokee tongue, and
while he was bom in Mexico the
North Georgia Cherokecs claimed
him and he is said to have perfected
his Indian language ir. that part of
Georgia established the first
phanage built in the world. Bethesda
Orphanage, Savannah. Ga.
First Sunday School was estab-
lished in Georgia by John Wesley
tended lit.- shew in MlUodcevillc ( m Sa '' ann ,h in 1,35
Saturday night. j Samuel II. Rumph of Marshallville,
Miss Buena Hatfield was in Irwin- j Ga propagated and developed the
ton Wednesday. Miss Hatfield is | famous Elberta peach
a teacher in the Montrose school. [ At Augusta. Ga.. in 1735 General
Mr Waldo IJndscy. Miss Surah | Oglethorpe proclaimed the first
B*mi<v Wade. Miss Mary Sue Lind- '• Thanksgiving day in America,
spy and Miss Juanita PUckctt rode First Memorial Day celebration
ever to Milledgevilie Saturday after- was instigated by a Georgia woman,
noon. j Mrs. Mary Williams oi Columbus,
Mix. Buena Hatfield visited her G*.
motit*r, Mrs. Sam Hatfield, this Georgia was the lirst state to pro-
wnck-end. I hibit the imprisonment of women
Mr. and Mrs. James Beall of Ma- [ * or debt
con wzre the guests of Mr. and Mu. | Georgia was first state to entrust
T. A Beall Sunday. a woman with the management of
Mrs. W. J. Robinson and daugli- her own property,
ter, Miss Evelyn Rcbinson of Macon, A Georgian, a Mrs. Williamson u
N>c«it Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Ed thought to be the only woman in
Byingtnn. j the country to furnish two sons for
M~. and Mrs. Victor Davidson and Justices cf the Supreme Court of
Miss Adelyn Butler made a trip to the United States—Justices Lamar
Macon Saturday. and Campbell.
A Georgia woman, Mrs. Thomas
MPw FORD MONTGOMERY TO Hardeman of Macon made what is
PLAY on RADIO believed to b- the first Confederate
Mr. Ford Montgomery will give a flag,
piano recital on Station Wr. ! AZ, Ma- A Georgian. Robert Toombs was
con next Sunday afternoon at five first asked to accept the presidency
©dock. 0 f tbe Confederacy.
Mr. Montgomery is spending ro^e First plant for th .• manufacture of bd
time with his parents here and he i= artificial ice was :ri j n C olum- ki
recr-gnired as one of the cutstnnding bus. Ga.
young nianrirt la the nation. B t - will Firrt plant !:r r- Tr.anufacturo M
Dl„y in Sandersville on Tu-sday. of dir iw from Porl>-,n Dioxide. [1
erected in Georgia. FT
Radios are sold than Gcorg : a was first state to estab-
molces «anhln»d— Ush a Stale University ir. the Nn-
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ThI* debonair suit 1* •timula-
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wot fit of th* bolero Jacket mmm m | (
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