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f March 25, 1938. 'q'HE CLINCH COUNTY NEWS" Page 3. spent Sunday here the guests Hymn --The Kmgdom" is" Commg" Jweekend guests of Mrs Rubye Carter~ '. and Mrs. G C Hughes, Sr., Prayer--Mrs. G. H. Eatman. i on~ family " [r. and Mrs. G. C. Hughes Jr.Europeans in the Southland--Mrs. " " ~" Henry Morgan Thought for the week:~- I -- i A Bavtist mother in Hungary--~ Think not the thistle's seed to east a~dJau.nita Sirmans, Verna PoP-IMrs K "S. Hughes - iand reai~ a rose full blown; for man winnell Lance who attend~ ~ Iv~ith ~+'m~r le t a I must ather first or last the harvest :. W._.C., in Valdosta spent the[ ---- ................ ather_, g Prayer---Mrs. B. C. O'Quinn. he hath sown. tI nohdays here. I I Those present were" Mesdames, is and." Mrs. T. O. Wynn amd dau- L. J. Smith, Horace Morgan, W. V. !~ ..................................... ~; ~n,sses Jessie and ErneSt,nn~; Musgrove, J. E. Mathis, A. N. Cars-'[] W E L L ..... 11 a of Portal spent last weez-en well, W. H. Cannon, K. S. Hughes,:[l " , ][ With Mr. and Mrs. G C. Hughes F W. Jernigan, B. C O'Quinn, H.I]i --oy--- I[ W. Christopher, A. S. Dill, A.C.[t IRIS BLITCH I! Smith, Maude Lieupo, T D. Mitchell, ~. ......................................... i "----'='- i M. W. Lance, Henry Morgan, Gord- "- ..... ~SS i ~_ rs. W. V. Musgrove, John on ~atman H W Williams L W Many people in rlomervilm nave. an.and Willis Gibbs attended, Ward, B. B. Harper/'J. P. O'Quinn: been genuin~eYai~2:;:~stedbit s~itnegr celebratzon in Ga!nesv~:,si::n;': J. F. Poppell, A. B. Metcalfe, J. R. ~nelr to.n . . . , .... aesday at whmh time H. Dickerson and J. R. Gay. premm~, they nave given up.m oe-; was present. Pittman, J. D. Smith, Joe Taylor, C. many. attempts a~ lmprovmg . tnelr During the social hour, the hostes- spaw. Tney nave Deeome so amgust-I 'set served a frozen salad, with Ritz~ed after spending their time, money crackers and tea. and effort on what proved to be a LIBERTY D'~tbO~O~)~)~)41t~ is operative. The grave may hold our how badly they want to get them] y bodies, but our character walks the off and to just what end they're Bills Paid By County ]~g.l ~ ]k~[k f ~ A D Af'~ | T~I"~ P]11~f'~,][~ I !~]' m earth and is a benediction or a curse, willing to go to see that they are ,.~ /-XDULJI /UV~ IN m How careful we should be then to gotten, off.. ......... ] .~_ sow only good seed, for we reap A flnancmL statemen~ or me cl~y[ The following is a list of bills paid by Clinch County for the month -- ~ what we sow." government was published in this pa-I of February 1938. SHORT PAR fiRAPHS CONCERNING Tfl0~E WHO i I have knows heartache and weenino per last week. The city officials are[ NAME PURPOSE AMOLrNT ..... "- ~ certainly to be eommenaed xor the l COM[ AND 60, THE SICK AND TflF WFLL. | . yerrO~nan~i pare, and regre~..n very careful way in which they havel Cash .......................... ............................ Labor Pay~roll ...................... $381.99 I na ............. e K wn sowmg ana reapl g, handled the fmancml' " affairs' of our l Cash ...................................................... Labor Payroll ........................ 389.11 _ v Tnrougn a~a zne crmts I nave mec. _ inc~ the-. took office But inI Georgia Power & Light Co ............. Electric ~ervlce .................... 45.8~ ~)~(~,O~O~,O~,O~,O~d.) I have learnea this and this only town s .c , # . : . . l Mrs. W. 11. Dickerson .... ................ Public Wtlfare ...................... 88.45 ...... P. ' ,, "' their zeaa ~wnicn we aumire) ra getI friends of Mr. C. J. King willl Mr. and Mrs. L A. Jones Sr., have Tnougn i prod wearny on,the city out of debt, we would ira-! Mrs. W. R. Dickerson .................... Public W~elfave .................... 320.40 | to know he is improving from' as their-guests this week Mrs. Jones Though I be downcast and lonely nl,,, +h~m not to ~t the ca~ be-~ J" W. James ...................................... Sa~m'y : ................................... 125.00 .ent illness, father and tinter, Mr. J. R. Olhff After the darkness comes dawn. ~^,., ,he horse~ [ Homerville Machine Shop ................ Reparh to Tractors ............ 47.25 - " . ~- and Mrs. B. Wilkinson of Metter.Oh, it is worth all the sorrow, ""~ ~':~ "-- ' "" citizens o" ~'o [ R. D. Reid .......................................... Salary .................................... 60.00 '. and Mrs. O. E. Tally are spend-! 1 To know when the night is past,erv~i~lr mst~ce:,,~sn~ fifteen L:~hsl E. J. Smith ...................................... Salary .................................... 50.00 this week in Miami " I Messrs. George Pafford and Cecil There will be coming tomorrow,h~w inw,te,~ a~ least one thousand l H. C. Morgan .................................... Salary .................................... 50.00 -- Barber who attends North Georgm~ There will be hght at last! d.11~r~ in ~rnamental nl~mtinn Isl Bruce B. Greene ............................. .S~Isry .................................... 75~00 ~. Luelle Dame and Mrs. Mal-'College at Dahlonega spent the sprin'g[ So~thlnZ About Everybody i-(t'hen, "economical to refuse to'pro-] R. E. Smith ........................................ Salary .................................... 65.00 ~:rker_of Waycro.ss are spend- holidays at their homes here .... [ A pall of gio~m was cast over this tect these plantings from ruinationi Dr. F. A. Brink ................................ Salary .... i ................................ 166.66 week In ~'or~ r~erce. [ . : l entire community Tuesday morning by livestocks? "Is it economical tel Marie Hammock ................................ Salary ..... : .............................. 75.00 Mrs W C Wooten spent Wednes-' , I ,.. - [ .... ,when it was learned that Mrs. W H. smother the private initiative of in-] R. D. Hannah .................................... Salmw .................................... 87.50 ~ooert Tally of Douglas is'day in Wayeross with her father,. Hinson had hasted away su,lden|vl~m,o]o-,ho-a--mbin*~ efforts ~,o] Athline Register ................................ Ss~b~ry .................................... ~5.00 g th~s week here. [Mr. P. R. Lee, at Ware County Hos-lat her home near Antioch. Three of,to make un the general pride of thel Southern Stationery & Printing Co.-.Statio~ary .............................. 55.20 - Sinclair Refining Co .............. :-. ..... ...Gas :& Oils .......................... 155.10 , ~uz~aeth~Walker who at-'IP~tal" . .!her .e~ght. sons. with their estimable' city~ at large? Is it ecomomical, to .gl Southern Chevrolet Co ..................... Rbpa~rs .................. " ................ 68.40 ...... } . . . I families hve m Argyle, where Mrs. to the expense of educating a child] ~: ~..w.C. at M~!ledgevilleI Mrs. A. Avrmtt of White Sprm.gs,I Hinson had often visited. A large in this county ~ith county funds andI McDowell Co ..................................... A~aig ................................ 78.30 ~ne sprang noliaays here with Fla., is spending a wni~e here wa~.n'number of sorrowing friends and'lthen risk losing that child as a citi- Homerville Telephone Co ................ :Teleph6ne -Service ................ 9;$~ ~e ~ts l~ev. and Mrs. I~ W. her'son, Dr. E. K. Avriett and fam]-I r~latives attended the funeral ser-~ zen to some other mere perserving Yancy Tractor Co ............................. Parts for Tractor ................ 22.10 r. ly, vices which were held at the home community because we refuse to Hiaey Gas & Oil Co ......................... ~ Oil .... ............................ 60.74 - _ -- I on Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs . make our community attractive e- Homerville Hdw. & Furn. Co ........... S~tppliee .: .............................. 22.40 L ~. W. Jernigan, Miss line-, Mrs. J D. Smith, Mrs. W B. Wal-'j T -~ames a,~ th~ ha .... a~o,,*:',, .... ~, ,^ h^~ ~;~.~ Miller Concrete Pipe Co. ................... Co~cret~ .Pipe ...................... 122.8~ 8 . v P ' ~ " ~Vlkr~hall Evans ............................... Work Courthouse .................. 1.00 m]mp and Mrs. C..A. Smith to~, Mrs. W.F. Spells a~d Mrs. Tll-lof a fine baby boy born to them o~i And is it economy to offer to tu~ saay and Wednesday in Sa- don Smith spent Wednesday in Way- last Thursday. This is Mr. and Mrs. I the visitor to our town unsightly G. C. Hu~hes .................................... R~pairs to house .................... 20.00 " cross. I James eleventh child, all living. Mrs. dirty streets, dirty, unattractive va- Dr. Leo smith .................................. Operation ....... : ........................ 10.00 S -------" I J. T. Thornton and baby of Waycross cant lots---no . mleqtrate disposal of Hughes Service Station .................... Repsdlr~ to ear ..................... 4.00 A. ~weat attended the fu- Miss Imb~ene Bishon of Swalnsboro{ returned to their home Sunday after' garbage? Can we expect to attract Carver Lumber Co ........................... Lt~a~ier .................................. 105.85 of his br0ther-in-law Mr. C. is snendin~ several days here withla Week spent with Mr. and Mrs. L'that visitor as a pem~nent resident M. L. Shaw ..................................... ~pair~ to "ear. ................... 1.75 i~ Fort Pierce, Fla., last her sisters"Mrs F W Jernigan and: A. Mattox. Messrs. W. H. James and~and can we expect to attract any The Clinch County News .................. .P'eln~ti~g . ....... .......................... "/1.25 Mrs A J Richardson William Tomlinson visited Mr. Bry-kind of much-needed industry toMrs. Josephine Farber .................... ~ ~taMsties .................... 1.00 K. - t .... l ant Cribb near Blackshear last Sun- Homerville, as long as there is evi. Folks Huxford ............ .# ...................... Vi~tal S~atisties .................... 7.00 s. Hughes, Mrs. W.R. - ~ T day. Mr. Cribb died Tuesday morn-ldence of such a little bit of civic D. O. Toml!nson ................................ V~l S~at%ties ............ ......... ~0 v', _Mrs. R. T. Stevens and[ BAPTIST W. M. U. ME ling He was a special friend of Mr.!pride? " [ S. D. Tomlmson ................................ Vital Statistics ...................... 6.00 m Norman spent Wednesday -- . I James and had come and spent the l Living in a rural district as we do, I B. T. Willoughby .................. . ........... Salary ..................................... 18.6{~ aycross. [ The Baptist W: M. U. met Mona.ay day here only two weeks ago. Mr. T.iwe naturally do not have the ad-] M. H. Hughes ...................... - ............. Sal~ry ............................ ........ 17.50 March 21 for the Royal Serwce .. ........... L Pickren~ who is now staying in At- vantages of a great metropolis, but~ L C. Hinson ...................................... Salary ........................ ............ 29.2~ Woodrow Rr~ee ha~ returned!-rr,gram' a.~ ~ne nomeof mrs: d:W.:lanta spent last weekend with his:we can, if we want'to, have advant-] Mrs. Kate C. Pafford ........................ Vital Statistics ...................... 2.90 --- - Taylor w~m mrs J D ~mltn, mrs, azd M .~h::! o, ~.--- -* . , "~family here Mr. and Mrs. J. M.:ages that far surpass those of any/ J" J" Langdale . .................................. ,Salary .................................... 6.50 G H Eatman, Mrs Maude Lieup ~endin~, th .... :-- ~-~:~---'" " . ~Eva~ had for their guests last week c~ty We have all the fresh air and[ Folks Hux~,ord ................................. Recording, .............................. 12.25 and Mrs Taylor as 3omt hostesses "th his ~arents D- -n.~ Mrs'- 3 . . " lend Mr. J. M. Evans of Atlanta, Mrs. lsunsh~ne that we can use, but atl A. D. Farber ...................................... Inquest .................................... 5.00 ~. - "~ "I Mrs. Horace ~organ was in cnarge ~ Bruce. i _ .Recfl Perry of Waycross and Miss mghtthe hogs sleep under ourhousesl~ W. S. Godwin .................................... Wood .... .................................. 14.00 of the pro~zram -_ I _ _. i Beulah Cribb of Manor. Mrs. Harold We have all the space we need to[ Eddie Allen ....... ................................. Hold Eleetlorl ...................... 3~00 Program Topm Europe ~neaves s r~..~ ...... I .- . '.. "-- : ~mith of n~ar Shiloh spent last week'grow vegetable and flower gardens] J" F. Poppell ..................................... Sheriffs Fees & Cost ........ 318.89 u,,rm ~olgers of Yaiaosta w~th re~o~ctng last week en" "e o "" eat~ .. . . ' ~" ..... tend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. but we can t devise a method where-I Cash ..................................................... Postage ....~ ........................... 4.0~} a n r zne gu ~erlpmre Keamng mrs o x~ ss Clyde Mor- n ==is Mor n'"" -- .... J. T. James. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hin-lby the stock can be kept away from] Labor Payroll-- ~'-~ :~-'~'~:':~ ..... ga m s ga l~ttman st n a them n Panied her - " .... i - . ... . i son and L. C. Jr., spent la Su d y a d so allow them to grow. '~'~::'~ "~'"::~'~'~ "' ~ .... .... : " : ti- - .nome and is spena-~ Frayer---dvlrs. w. V. ~lusgr. ove. fin Pearson They were guests of Dr. IThere are thous~nds and thousands[ NAME AMOUNT week v~th her. Hymn---"Eflest Be the Tie thatland Mrs. Henry Smith. Mr. and Mrs.]of acres of wilderness all around us Frank Lee ............................ $49.25 ]Binds." [C C Courson and sons of West and we dump our city refuse on theI P" L. Douglas ............................ 39.38 ~. A. V Eatman ~- ~ ,~ ~at { Europe Fifty Years Ago---Mrs. J'IGreen and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Cor-!higlvways at the main entrance tel Gee. Willingham .................... 39.60 , ,,~. r. x~. ~ - o ell ~n~ Mr. and Mrs Brown James~F" I), pp . .. . luehus of Manor spent Sunday w~th~town. I Alex Lee ................................ 33.00 le New Begannmg m ~:urope---mrs the funeral "^~ ~- ~ ~zl " " " "]Mrs F. F. Cornelius. Messrs. Dell~ How can we go about a reforma-] L. D. Sirmans'. ....................... 41.58 "~ "~"" " ..... i h " ~n Wilson N o ~., z,.:.~.. Alton Smt . Bennett, Fred Steedley, Samuel t~on? By lettmg our wants be known] Seward Griffis ...................... 34.76 Prayer Mrs Metcalfe -- "~ "~ " " "" "- " e I Steedley and J. M. Evans made a m no uncertam terms! Let us make Herman Bembry .................... 36.74 ~urope Toclay Mrs t~ t~ ttarp r Mrs v, .......... --- " " . ~'i business trip to Valdosta the first of this'a prime subject in every civic H. L. Morrell ........................ 31.02 ~u nugnes ana The cooperauon program at WOrK "Carol-" " " ne'l " ~" " "~rs - e "" i the week. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mor- organization in this town--aye, amd Oswald Smith ........................ 37.18 yn o~ ~un t, In ~urope ~ M tcalxe .... ris and daughter Benny were last even into the churches, for the goodJ.S. Main .............................. $34.32 Book says that cleanliness is next to J. E. Matthews ...................... 36.08 godliness. Willie Shell ............................ 11.77 Because the men, once they're L. H. Hendrix ........................ 45.00 really intereste~ can always get G. W. Tucker ........................ 19.58 things done, we especially urge the W. E. Harper ........................ 55.00 L":ons Club, the American Legion,i Kenneth Main ........................ 55.00 ~d any other fraternal organiza-1 J. O. Fender ........................... 70.00 tions to make this issue the main~ J. S. Schell ............................ 70.00 purpose of their clubs until successll Mark Thomas ..~ ..................... 28.00 has been attained. 1 We hereby certify that the above is a correct list of all bills After all, we're not asking for theI paid by the county for the month of February 1938. world--just the privilege of makingi this the Democracy our forefathers i R. D. REID, Clerk ....................... : .................... J. W. JAMES, Chairman One black mare mule, weight, a-[ = * * hour 900 po.nds--Finder, notif Re New Your Subscnphon Now. Mrs. D. V. Tomlinson, Route 1,I IIomervJlle, Ga., and receive reward, l HEATRE futiIe'project that they have develop- led an attitude of indifference and l ARGYLE NEWS ' " ia spirit of "oh! whats the use! l By MRS. RUBYE CARTER This spirit is so prevalent among many of our leading citizens that we~ The Scripture says: "Whatsoever feel that this space might well be ::MsSOnWr~tatO~k::Sn:haLlr:si p~nOd~!~p!: used as a medium for thrashing out, : :f the problem. Since we have never felt that there was much to be gained we sow. We always reap the kind in beating around the bush and that we sow, let us remember. We may open tactics were the best form of think we are deceiving v, ature and getting to the root of any situationi she will send ~s a harvest of good we open fire with this question':I when we have sown only bad, but "Why? Why, should it prove dis- not so. We not only reap the kind heartening to our citizens to devote of seed sown, but according to the'their energies towards developing a amount sown. 'None of us lives or more beautiful Homerville?" And dies to himself. When we die we leave the answer rebounds with the speed behind us an influence that survives, of a flash of lightning "Because they We may argue that our thought life can't set out a sprig of anything that will not have its affect on others, but grows without a bunch of cows corn- it do'as just the same. We might al- ing along to .eat it up or a bunch of so argue that all have to sow wild hogs to root it up" oats, but do we? If we have sownt It is a sickening thing to take hard- wild oats, can we expect to reap a earned money and invest it in flow- harvest of good oats? The echoes of era and shrubs, and ther~ combine our words are evermore repeated a~l with them hours of time and labor in HOMERVILLE, GA. ~4".'~ P. M. ................ 7:30 aud 9':00 March 28th.--- JOHN WAYNE ---in--- of the Wasteland' Chap. 7"--"Coast Guard" March 29th--- "l uble or Nothing" --~tarrlmt~.. CROSBy and MARY ~ARLISLE Ma~h 30th-- FONDA and * JOAN BENNETT ---in-- Met My Love Again" YOU WILL FIND A Complete Line of Standard Oil Products Gas, Oils, Atlas Tires, Batteries & Accessories WASHING~S0c __ GREASING---50c 66 m O my best to help him get his start in a community that is more mode,~.~ and up-to-date. Some community that will encourage him to be a good. 99 reflected along the ages. All of us I setting them into the ground, tend- Our used car stocks are /ow, following the leave bhind us an influenee for good ling, ~ursing them carefully, and then evil that never exhausts itself.:to awake one morning to find it all unpreced.ented demand of the. last .several__ weeks. or for The seed sown in life springs up in [has been teetotglly ruined by a bunch' harvests of blessings or harvests oflof cows and hogs duringthe night { We want oy.. .r .(ar now! Bring it and get our sorrows. Whether our i~uenee isI We believe that a citizen is almosti liberal trade-in offer on a NEW CHEVROLET; great or small, good or evil, ~t hves l .... .... ~. !. " . justified if after he has contributed l somewnere, Wl~nln some llmll;, ann " his efforts toward home bcautifica-I ~ The tremendous demand of the last Chevrolet--~'~car that is cutup/ere--and the new tion and general civic pride--he gets ~ scvcral weeks has reduced our stock Chevrolet trucks--the thrift.carriers for the no encouragement from the city guy-, ernment---we believe he is justified in l of Used cars to a point where we're actually nat/on! Convince yourself that Chevrolet styl- assuming an attitude something like short of certain popular makes and models.* in~, Chevrolet performance, Chevrolet features this--"We]l, I'll get my child through We need good used t~ars and truc "ks! We're making --and Chevro/~'s /ow pr/ces--all combine to school here, and on into college as liberal trade-ln offers to get them! So now is your make these new models the best investments in soon as I can, and th~r~ if he can opportunity to get a new 1938 Chevrolet on very motordom! Come in--bring your car or truck direct his i,~terests elsewhere, I'll do favorable terms!.., with you--get our liberal trade-in offer . . . Visit our showroon~ and inspect the new toJay! "'You'll be ahem/with a Clutvrolet!" General ]~[otors Instalment Plan--Con~nicnt, F~onomical ~fonddy Payments..4 General ]tfotors VahaP. SOUTHERN CHEVROLET CO. Homerville, ...... Georgia --Plus-- "Service That Satisfies" .At ELMORE REGISTER, Manager Aveaue Homerville, Georgia citizen and so help him to get the most out of lifo." I We, f~r one. could never find it in u~ to ~ive up quite so easily, al-) though we could sympathize with ! Isomeone who did. But we stated in this column two weeks ago that gov- i ernment is what the people want it to be a~d we b~ieve that if the people of Homerville, actually want [ the stock off the streets, they can cer- tainly them all in