Union recorder. (Milledgeville, Ga.) 1886-current, July 11, 1929, Image 1

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mutt VOULMEXCK tassnsenBL^ fa int MdWfevile, Ga., July 11, 1929 ConaolidaUd in 1B?| PERIOR COURT PENED MONDAY Docket Occupie* First Week, and Jury in Session. J. H. Ennis Foremen INAL CALENDAR LIGHT win Superior Court opened a .,k session last Monday morn- th Judge James B. Park pre- the civil calendar being open. ,.n as the court was organiz- t.en Csrand Juror? were sworn Solicitor Duke, after the body ires! by naming J. H .Ennis, ,n and W. W. Stem bridge NEW U S. MONEY ISSUED THROUGH BANKS WEDNES DAY Approximately $40,000, the amount allotted to Milledgeville of the new paper money was issued through the banks here Wednes day. The new- bills are smaller than the currency that has been in use since the civil war. People were waiting ut the bank? when they opened this morning to be the first to get a piere of the new money. BALDWIN BLUES ENJOYING CAMP Bill To Name G. M. C, Junior College Introduced Allen Fie.ents Bill Last Week. Hard Fi(ht Expected to Secure Pnss- ■fe. Committee Action Expected Next Week. Aliunnse Pledjes Aid mnd Endorses Bill A bill to s-nlarge of the Georgia the opinion among legislators that r« Military College so as to make it: curriculum include the first two yean work now done by the State Uni versity, wan introduced in the Geor gia House of Keprcsentativ Representative Marion Park in his charge to thej Company Leaves MiDedgeville , U -cl farm relief ami the Sunday for Two Weeks’ Camp Near Jacksonville ON GUARD THE FIRST DAY ti.-n question. He cited cer- ,. to the jurors and offered Stance of the courf in every V. He expressed great hope bumper »*rop this year and d an optimistic note over the ivil calendar had ,k of the The ' Thdma Y. Heath vs. the Railroad occupied the greut- . f Tuesday. The jury re- i • rdict in favor of the ir h<-r suit for damages. It xir-tood the rase will be np- by Mr*. Heath’s attorneys, k Pottle. ■ murrer that was filed by the i illegality proceedings filed by 5 property owners charging ex- prices for paving assessments h ard in Greensboro August Judes Park decided. demurrer will be argued on let date to determine if the case e a jury trial. or Joe Duke stated thnt the docket was light and that ip-il case to be tried was the t rhnrgp against Theordore *hich has been set for Tues- 'he court is expected to come close not later than Thursday. ■« were busy Wednesday • inspections to report to Gnr.d Jury when it re-convencs 'rning after .adjourning Lcfnoon. The business was unusually light. Sixty men. Baldwin county’s National Guard company hearing the title of the Baldwin Clues, reached Jacksonville. Fla., early Monday morning and immediately built their tented city for the two weeks of camp to be spent on the Florida Allei The hill was referred to the Uni versity of Georgia committee and is now in the committee room. Action on the proposed legislation by the committee is expected to be taken this week. If given favorable reco gnition Representative Allen expects to pres* its passage. Other tops will be taken to get the measure through should the com mittee fails to give the bill a favor able report. Mr. Allen stated thut he expected strong opposition due to Junior Colleges should be created. The Alumnae association of the college has pledged support to Mr. Allen in hi* fight for the bills pass age and have given hearty went to the measure. Mr. Allen feels confident that the University authorities will give their approval if a reorganization of system of edu cation can be brought about- brought about. Financial uid from tlie Ante will he forthcoming if the lull passes, it ir. understood. The bill has created much interest from Miilcdgcvillc people who sec In the successful approval of the bill, a greater college for Milledgeville ir»-rearing the scope and force of the school. HARRIS TO GO ON TRIALFOR LIFE Murderer of Amos Wright Surren dered to Sheriff Last Friday Morning CASE SET FOR TUESDAY SCHOOL CLOSES SAME DAY EIGHTY-THREE TO GRADUATE 20TH Judge Hutcheson to Address Sum mer School Graduates on Satur day, July 20th The left company Sunday morning nnd Macon Sunday night, command of Cant. H. Milledgeville •ntrained ii Under th< B. Knni- and IN E. R. Howlett. of Norwick the guest of Mr. Harry ■Ir. Mr. Bone became acquain- 'tn Mr. Howlett, during his trip Hnd with the Emory Univer- GW flub, and extended him an visit him. Mr. How.ett artist, and on extensive He i? n pleasant and gentleman and scholar, ami all who know him with his manner. Lieutenants F. R Hnrgrovp nnd E B. Tackson, the company became a part of the 121st Infrantry Georgia’s National guard on their arrival in Macon. Guard duty was assigned to the company shortly after their arrival nnd twenty-four hours of tour re quired pruticallv all of the company. The tents were erected on a near the beach, it is understood and the new camp is generally liked by the boys. This is the first year the Georgia troops have visited the Florida city Regular afternoon parades, with revillec at five thirty and drill in between times was the schedule post ed for the soldier boy? on their ar rival. Swimming, fishing .and other forms of recreation are being en joyed. MRS. I.M. BECK DIED WEDNESDAY Passed Away After Long Illness Funeral Services Held Friday Morning i the car at the time, and it near the store of Mr. • in Midway when the through the floor of the Ht- m a( j L . a hasty escape, and vork to combat the iy were not extinguish er was practically de- supposed the fire wai short circuit. Mrs. Willie Hobby Beck, widow of the late Mr. I. M. Beck, died at her home in this city Wednesday night. July 3rd, after an Hines* ex tending through two year?. The IVEY’S AUTOMOBILE malady with which -he was afflict- BURNED cd bnffled medical skill, and the ten- - der ministration of loved ones. <'n Sedan of « J C. Tl,< ' fl '" < ' nl1 t" -1 ' 1 nt •truyed by fire met Fri- «>* middle Friday mnrninn. Key Mr. Ileaid, Ivey. , ,on nf Mr. H. D. Warnnek offieiat.nc, in the presence of a large number of rela tives and friends of the decked The burial was on the family square in the city cemetery, the pall bearers being eight of Mrs. Beck’s nephi from Macon. The ho no ray escort was composed of the officers of Com pany D. of G. M. C.. who nerved with her -on Lamar Beck, ns Captain. Beautiful floral offerings rounded nnd covered the casket. Before her njarriage Mrs. Beck was Miss Willie Hobby, nnd was born >n Hancock county sixty-two years ago. her parents being W. D. Hobby and Mrs. Mary Vaughan Hobby. She came to Baldwin county in early manhood, and a short time after ward? was married to Mr. I. M. Beck. She was a devoted and loving wife and mother nnd a kind nnd consider ate neighbor and friend. She wa* a loyal member of the Baptist church, and faithfully performed the duties of life. Mrs. Beck is survived by five daughters, Mrs. J. H. Ennis. Mr?. W. W. SUvey, Mrs. C. C. Smith, Misses Johnnie and May Beck; one son, La mar Beck, nnd several grandchildren among whom is Miss Selma Sherrer. The grief tricken family have the sympathy of our people. Farewell Services Held For Rev. H. D. Warnock Sunday Lsro- Crowd Gather! at Bantist Church to Join in Bidding Beloved Pastor Gcd Speed in His New Field of Labor. Commences Pastorate at Forsyth August i it The Baptist church was Sunday evening when the congrega tions of the churches of the city united in services to bid farewell to Rev. H. D. Warnock, who recently resigned the pastorate of that church to nccept n call to the Baptist church at Forevth. The resignation of Mr. Warnock. and his going to a new field of labor have caused universal porrow throughout the city aogardlesj of de nomination. because dur.ig the seven year’s of his ministry he has touch ed nnd blessed the life of this en tire community. This fact was plain ly evident in the services Sunday evening, us the large congregation sat quietly, and listened to preach ers and laymen pay tribute to the work he ha? done, nnd express re gret that he was leaving the city, and going to another field of Labor. Re\. John F. Yarbrough, pastor of the Methodist church, pre.-ided, and in opening the services spoke of the close relationship that had ex- istend between Mr. Warnock nnd himself, during the three years he •?ad been in the city. After song- prayer and reading of .appropriate scriptures, talk?, were made by Dr. E. H. Scott, • the Baptist church; Mr. 1.. C. Hall, of the Presbyterian church; R. B. Moore, of the Metho dist church, and Rev. F. H. Hard ing. of the Episcopal church. These talks were delivered with an earnest ness and sincerity which struck .a re sponsive chord in the hearts of the hearers. Mrs. Edyth Miller r.nng a beautiful solo. Mr. Warnock said that he could not express in words his tion of the sentiments that had been spoken, but that he would always cherish them. He then delivered a sermon based on the text, “for a man’s life consisteth not in the abundance of things which he possesseth.” He then showed how men labored and toiled for those things which brought no satisfaction and perished. He pointed out that the only true v.alues came by the Christian life— a life which builded chnracter, and helped c-'V.crs to he me followers of Christ. The services closed with the bene diction pronounced by Rev. J. H. Farr. Mr. Warnock will spend this month i a vacation, and will commence his pastorate in Forsyth the first of August. SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS , MRS. ROBERT LAWSON HAS ENJOY JULY THE FOURTH A NARROW ESCAP5 Mr-i nt G. M. C. P« inner, and En »? Show rtkb *| Knocked Uncoi ing Strikes T lPllST WILL HOLD CONFER ENCE or,grtg a tion of the Milledge BftptUt church will hold a con next Sunday week, July 21st Puiposo of selecting a coro- w * 1 ° se duty it will be recom- Pa-tor to succeed Rev. H. D. ’ w **° recently resigned to ‘ t r Forsyth. !P"I^ NVENT,ON at BLACK • "C SUNDAY AFTERNOON ' r 11 ’ Sunday School Con- 1 v hvw nt Black Spring ■ .. v Sunday afternoon at The fourth of July was a most tereating day t« the students of the summer school at G. S. Q, W. In the early afternoon they visited the Georgia Military College, and were given a reception nt the apart ment of Col. and Mrs. Geo. S. Roach. Refreshment* were served by several young ladies dressed in colonial style. They were shown through the o’d historical capitol nnd the new grade building-. The architecture grandure of the old Capitol was gr ly admired by the hundreds, passed through its historic walls At 6:30 p. m. the faculty, students nnd a few special guests gathered under the tree? on the enmpus of G. S. C. W„ and partook of a delight ful barbecue dinner. In the evening they witnessed a mystery show. After five days of liberty v county officers combed surrounding territory. Theodore Harris, alleged murderer of Amos Wright, voluntari ly surrendeed to Sheriff W. J. Hay- nic early Friday morning just us the officer returned home from a search Harris had evaded officers of Bald win and Bibb counties for several days when he escaped after shoot ing to death Amos Wright an aged negro living about two miles from the city. Solicitor Joe B. Duke swted today ‘.hat the trial would probably be cull ed for Tuesday morning, the Grand Jury having returned a bill charging Harris with murder. Harris admitted to Sheriff Haynie of having committed the crime, but claimed ju-tifiaH!e circumstances. Wright was murdered on the af- t. .-non nf Saturday June 2l*th. Peo ple were attracted to the house Mon day and the murder was uncovered. Ilarri- wife nnd another woman wit nessed the shooting, which they con fessed to officers Monday afternoon. hom rs. Robert Lawson was knock- nconscious and severely shocked bolt of lightning which struck and in Hardwick Saturday after- ■on during the storm. Mr-. Lawson was In a rear room the hou-e alone at the time and ic was found a few seconds later ^conscious in which condition she ■nuiined for Kmc time. She was :.j hadly bruised about the body ami her right limb paralysed, the has, how ever, about regained its use. Mrs. Lawson is the daughter-in- law of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. L. Lawson, nnd is a popular nurse at the Mil- ledgcville hospital. DR. E. H. BOHM GOING TO TEN NESSEE Dr. E. H. Bohm left the city Wed nesday for New York, where he wil spend some time. He has accepter the head chair of the MVdcrn Lnn gunge Department of the Tennessee State Teachers College at Johnson City, Tcnn. During his connection with the Georgia State College for Women, Dr. Bohm made many friends among the c.t'tens, of Msl- 1:2 ville, who regret his departure from the city. HARDWICK YOUTH KILLED IN WRECK Cedi Reiseau Dies When Aoto Over Turns Near Macon Early Sunday Morning Cecil Resaau, 21, son of Mr. and rs. A. J. Reucau of Hardwick, was stantly killed early Sunday morn- jf when the Chevrolet touring car which he was riding overturned the Clinton road, seven miles from Macon. Two young men named Brookins and Edwards, who were with him escaped with minor in- three young men were en- route to Macon when the accident happened. A break in the steering apparatus was given as the cause of e accident by the occupants of the Resscau's body was brought back to Milledgeville and his companions returnod here for tit*atmcnt of bruises nnd cuts. Funeral services were held Mon day afternoon from the Hardwick Methodist church, here Mr. Ressenu is n member. Rev. Mr. Roark, pastor of the church and Rev. J. F. MrCIuney con- durted the services. Interment was the city cemetery. Surviving Mr. Reaseau, two sis ters, Mr«. Ola Lee Butterworth and IDs* Frankie Rcsseau and one broth er, A. J. Ressenu, Jr. Young Ressenu was known as nn industrious young man and his sud den death brought sorrow to u large number of friends and relatives. Eighty-three degrees nnd diplomas will be awarded .at the graduating exercises of the Georgia State Col lege for Women, July 20th when the nnnual session of summer school will come to a cloce, Dean E. H. Scott The graduating exercise* will be held ut eleven o’clock In the college auditorium. Judge John B. Hutche son of the Stone Mountain Circuit, will deliver the principal address to the graduates. Judge Hutcheson is a member of the Board of Trustees nnd is a distinguished jurist. The summer school graduates will bring the number receiving degrees nnd diploma* for the year up to 440, the largest graduating class the col lege ha* ever had. Tne rummer session will come to a close on the 20th ending the six weeks session that was opeYied early in June. More than eleven hundred students have been in attendance and the term has been highly successful, college authorities stated. Over 1300 teachers have been trained ct the college during the year. Applications for admission to the college next year, have prntically doubled all previous years, up-to- date. MILLEDGEVILLE GARDEN CLUB TO HEAR MRS. JACQUES iutiou Sev.r.l W-k. A,- !*»»••• Active Club in City. Mr.. Hines Preddent Mrs. Randolph Jacques. State Officer of the Garden Clubs, has been invited here to uddress the Milledge- ville Garden Club, Mrs. E. R. Hines, the president of the local chnpter The organization meeting several weeks ago of the "Garden Club” en rolled thirty charter members and officers named nt the first meeting are: Mrs. E. R. Hines. President; Mrs. M. II. Bland, Vice-President; Mr*. Frank Bone, Secretary; and Mrs. R. C. Swint, Treasurer. The date of the visit of Mr?. Jac ques has not been announced, but it is understood she will come here with in the next few weeks, to assist in perfecting the organization and of fer mggestions. Many Milledgeville women have declared their intention to become members of the club and the present roll is expected to double before the meeting when Mrs. Jacques will come ALLEN ASK FOR MONEY TO PAY FOR SEWER LINES Work Alreadv Done bv C Will Reimbura* Them fo Expended in Sewerage Work A SEVERE STORM STRIKES CITY SATURDAY AFTERNOON i hi!!., priatioi ;htning Flaihe. and Thur Accompanied by Terrific Pour of Rain MR. SH1NHOLSER GUARANTEE' FIRST BALE OF COTTON BY AUGUST 20TH Mr. John W. Shinholser is so confi dent that he will bring Baldwin coun ty’s first bale of cotton to the mar ket this year that he has made a bargain with a local cotton buyer to deliver him the Male not later than August 20th. Mr. Ehinholscr has agreed to pay one dollar per day af ter the 20th until the cotton is de livered. He hn.s a large acreage of cotton on his farm on the Sandcrs- ville road, and at this time it prom- bes a splendid yield. This city was visited by a terrific electric and rain storm Saturday af ternoon. The flashes of lightning were followed by peals of thunder deafening in their effect?. Time and time again the lightning would strike the wires in the section of the city and deafening thunder would fellow carrying and to the brave* l end fear to the temid. There was a down pour of rain, bordering on a cloud burst The btreet* were filled with rusting wat er. During the storm 2.20 inches i fell. The Strom was pronounced to be one of the *evcre*>t that ever visited this section. is estimated that there will be hundred cars of watermelon* ..d from Baldwin couuty this one to increase the ap- if the State Prison Farm nnd the other to appropriate the sum Tf $500 to the State Training School for the purpose of oaying for ma terials and labor used in construct ing sewer lines from the two institu tions to Fishing creek, wen* ntroduc- ed by Representative Mv on Allen last week. The city ha* alr.rd- completed this work it is u:vdcr;:tood and the fund will reimbur-e them ‘or the money expended in improv'-ig lines from the Women’s nnd Men’s build ing as well ns the Training School. THE FIRST FORWARD STEP In Modern Housekeeping 3 TO Read Every Week The Ads IN THE UNION-RECODER You Learn Where to Buy and What to Buy Economically