Graduation Exercises
Glynn Academy
9 June 1931

Memorial Auditorium
8:30 P.M.

 

Program:

Processional-----James F. Cook

Chorus "Days of Youth" (Fenstad)-----Senior Class

Invocation-----Rev. Roy C. Sampley

Salutatory-----Frances Kent

Introduction of Speaker-----Mrs. Julian Bennet

Address-----Hon. Lee Branch
Quitman, Ga.

Valedictory-----Marjorie Jessop

Presentation of Class for Graduation-----Mr. C.K. Curry
Principal of Glynn Academy

Delivery of Diplomas and Award of Prizes and Scholarships-----Dr. C.B. Greer
President of the Board of Education

Chorus "Au Revoir" (Franz Behr)-----Class

 

Prizes & Scholarships:

Prize for proficiency in Home Economics, presented by Brunswick Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution.

Medal for excellence in American History, offered by Brunswick Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution.

Scholarship offered by children of the late Dr. Dean Dunwody Atkinson.

 

Class Officers:

Frances Kent President
Eleanor Stiles Vice-President
Artley Hunter Secretary
Tom Dickey Treasurer

 

Class Colors:
Green & White

Class Flower:
Pink Rose

Class Motto:
"To him who will, nothing is impossible."

Class Roll:

Dolores Anderson William Milton Langford
Raymond Brockinton Isla Livingston
Agnes Beatrice Brown Taliaferro Alexander Livingston
Edna Louise Christian Mary McKinnon McCarthy
Catherine Maxwell Christie Alynne Edith Meeks
Claude Linwood Dart Clayton Miller
Thomas Jefferson Dickey, Jr. Robert William Newman
Leona Missouri Downs Edwin Carmack Palmer
Mildred Idelle Duke Albert Sappenfield
Ross Eldo Edwards Wiley Emory Shelfer
Artley Truit Hunter David Cuyler Stafford, Jr.
Hazel Corinne Johnson Eleanor Burdett Stiles
Alice Louise Kaufman Juliet Luttrell Tucker
Frances Effie Kent Mary Alcesta Woods
Charles Blanton Kirkland Thelma Arlene Yancey

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