UNION RECORDER, MILLEDCEVILLE, GA, MAY 30, 1929
OVER FIVE HUNDRED TO AT
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be perfected. Capt. J. H. Ennis will
deliver the address of welcome and
Col. Joe Duke of Eatonton will make
the response. Mr. R. B. Moore will
review the history of the college and
Mrs. David Ferguson ns a member
of an early graduating class, will dis
cuss the early days of the institu
tion. Tributes will be paid former
Presidents and Faculty members.
Col. Marion Allen will outline the
future of the college as is planned
by the Board of Trustees. Col.
George Konch will also address the
former graduates and students. Mem
bers of the association will relate
per«ona1 reminiscences of their days
at G. M. C.
The association will attend the
drills on the athletic field at three-
thirty and a company will be formed
for i abort drill by the ex- tudents.
An automobile ride with a stop at
the home of Mrs. David Ferguson
for i; Tre-hments will conclude the
Reception in Tho Evening
At nine o’clock in the evening a
reception will be held on the cam
pus. The out-of-town visitors will be
received by the Milledgeville As
sociation. The reception will be
very informal it being the plan of the
local organization that all members
become acquainted and the local peo
ple have the opportunity to meet
their guo ts. A dance will also be j
given in the gymnasium later in the|
evening for the nlumnac* a sociatior
President R. H. Wootten and the
executive committee of the associa'
tion have received many response:
to the invitation sent out. and whil<
it has not been definitely determin
ed the number that will come, several
hundred are expected. The lnrge-1
delegation will come from Atlanta
About forty are expected from the
The Tuesday program will be con
sumed with commencement exercise?
at the college, the competitive drills
and graduating exercises consuming
Many distinguished visitors will be
here Monday and the Home Coming
is expected to be the most outstand
ing event in the history of the col
lege and Milledgeville.
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In the afternon the cadet lmttallion
will give .a parade which will be fol
lowed by a band concert.
Heme Coming and Drill Feature
Monday will bring on the program
the competitive drills between the
four fcompaniejt of the battalliop.
The first program on Monday will
begin at 10:30 in the college chapel
students entering the declamation
contest speaking for medals and the
Joe B. Duke cup which is offered the
best orator in the college by the
Solicitor General of the Ocmulgee
The Alumni of the college will be
the guest* of the local organization
r . a barbecue at one o'clock and a
of th«* organization will be
held in the afternoon. A reception
will conclude the alumni program for
Capt. Brown of Company A., Capt.
Chandler of Co. D., v'll enter their
companies in the competitive drills
at three thirty. The first days pro
gram in the prize drills will include
the squad drill, tent pitching, parade
The drills will be concluded Tues
day afternoon with company close
order, individual and extended order.
Capt. Clayton Whitehead and Lieut.
Wilbur Vinron will judge the drill-.
One of the features of the drill pro
gram will be the floats representing
the companies and the band. Each
company will have .an automobile
decorated in their company color*
riding their sponsors to cheer them
in their fight to win the prizes. Thi:
feature of the commencement ha:
boen the most outstanding for sev
Graduating Eur^Mi Tuesday
Fifty-two young men and ladiei
will receive their diplomas on Tues
day morning at 11:30. Dean S. V.
Sanford of the University of Georgia
will address the graduates and will
be the principal speaker on the pro
gram. Dean Sanford will be intro
duced t- the audience by Col. Marion
Allen. Mr. R. B. Moore, Chairman
of the Board of Tru-tees, will p rc _
sent the medals and y. L
Nash the Military certificates. Col
Roach will present the diplomas.
3*ae Commenct-nlent season Will
close a successful term for the col
MIDWAY SCHOOLS TO HAVE
EXERCISES WILL BE HELD
AT UNION POINT SCHOOL
Superintendent Wells, of the Mid
way school at Hardwick, has an
nounced the graduating exercises
for his school Tuesday night at the
auditorium on the campus.
The graduates will be addressed
by Superintendent of Schools, P.
N. Bivins who will also present the
certificates. The program which has
been announced, will include the.
class history by Min? Rhosland Leap-
trott, Reading by Miss Rosa Lee'
Sparks; Piano solo. Miss Junita John-|
.-on: Class Poem, Miss Elizabeth
Melton; Keuding, Miss Grace Ivester
Piano Solo. Miss Doris Godard; Last
will and Testament. Miss Lucille
RouLs; Valedictory, Mks Frances
On Friday night the Senior play,
“Deacon Dubb.s" will be given at the
school uuditorium. The cast will in
clude- Lottie Cook, Charlie Smith,
Carl \ inson, Walter Peeler, Bert-
rum Branon, Mis-es Rhosaiand Leap-
tratt, Frances Ivey, Grace Ivester,
Lucille Rouis and Rose Ivey.
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Union Point school, one of the
largest rural schools ir. the Baldwin
county system, will hold its closing
exercises Friday morning.
Thursday night two plays will be
presented, one in w-hich the primary
grades will present “The Tom Thumb
Wedding,” »he other will be “Won
by a Wager by the eighth and ninth
grades and admission fee of 10 and
15 cents will be charged.
At eleven o’clock Friday morning
the graduating exercises will be held.
Dr Thos B. Meadows, of the G. S.
C. W.. will deliver the address. Dr.
DR. WEBBER DELIVERS
Dr. George Harris Webbfcr, G. S.
C. W. Profesor, spoke to the gradu
ates of the G.'json High School last
Tuesday night and on Friday night
will .-.peak at the graduating exer
cises at Toomsboro.
In the Gibson address, Dr. Webber
spoke on “The Romance of Good
ness.” He made a most entertaining
and instructive speech and laid down
examples and principles for the
graduates to adhere to.
Friday night Dr. Webber will use
as his f.ubject “The Life Worth i
While.’’ He is a pleasing speaker
Meadows will deliver an interesting and is naticulary acquainted with
address, a* he is in close touch with! the problems of young people, mak-
the educational problems. 'ing his services as n commencement
County School Superintendent p. | orator much desired.
N. Bivins will present the certificates;
the honor -tudent of the ninth grade,' COL. MARION ALLEN SPOKE TO
Mi . Iri Brookins, will rood the STUDENTS TUESDAY
valedictory; Miss Minta Ennis, the; Representative Marion Allen spoke
class poem; Mies Ruth Butler, the to the student body of the Georgia
class history; Miss Francis Moran i- State College for Women Tuesday
the ciass statistician, and Miss Mary morning. Dr. J. L. Beeson present-
Brown. the prophet ed Mr. Allen to the young women
The Union Point school ha- had Us Baldwin Representative in the
a successful year with the following, Georgia Legislature. Mr. Allen dis-
teachcn*: Prof. Holland Strother,i cnased matter.? of state and gave the
Principal: Mrs. Strother. Gth and|>' ,,un ff women some idea of the pro-
7th gr:: ;*«; Mrs. Roy Jackson. Sidjeedur* in legislative matters,
and 4th and 5th grades, and Mrs.
Richard Smith 1st and 2nd.
MR. W. A. SIMPSON DIED
Mr. W. A. Simpson, an old and
life-long citizen of Baldwin county,
died at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Ed Jackson, in this city, Mon
day afternoon. He had been in
feeble health for a number of years,
but death came to him suddenly.
The funeral and burial took place
at Black Spring church Tuesday
afternoon. Rev. H. D. Warnock
officiating in the presence of a large
number of relative* and friends.
Mr. Simpson was born in the
neighborhood, where his entire life
of eighty-three years was spent He
made his home with his son near
Black Spring curch, and a few days
since came to spend awhile with his
daughter. lie engaged in farming,
and was a substar tial quiet citizen, j
ile wns n member of the Baptist j
church, and was true to the faith,'
living exemplary before his fellow
men. He was held in the highest
confidence by nil who knew him.
Mr. Simpson is survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Ed Jackson and Mrs.
J. T. McMullen, one son, A. C. Simp
son, several grandchildren three |
great grandchildren, and one sister,
Mrs. Snllie Ennis.
DAUGHTER OF MAYOR AND „„
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o'Mayor and Mr,. M. E.
under went an operation f„ r
ditu Monday at a Sanitarium ITL*'
con. The latest new, fr om **■
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pectcd. Mary Floyd i, a brieht .
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