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Claw** will be held (or children
of fcJiuktftM-tm ««o throoih the
Junior deft* tmrnt. VtuUin u
l imit Gro
Any Watauga county wheat
Cr#weft who intend* to a«rd more
than 15 term of wheat for harvest
ia IMS, may vote tm Uw wheat »
ferendum, June 20, it waa an
nounced today by Pw^bt Cable.
County AUC Chairman. The re
ferendum will be hnki at the ASC
Office Poll. «•! «|>ea at »*> a.
«t. and doae at T*0 a> T F
The Harvesters Quartet
or CHARLOTTE, N. c.
WILL B£ AT THE BOONE COURTHOUSE
THURSDAY, JUNE 27
GATES mix OPEN AT 1M
Singing at 8:00 to 11:00
GATE PRICES Me AND $1 J*
Advanced Ticket* arc on «ale at the Carolina
Pharmacy—35c and 75c
The Northwestern Bank
Notes Loss Of President
H WHEREAS' Till* Board hai
learned of lk« death of Dr. B B
Dougherty with doep regret.
AN» WHEREAS: Due to the
lung and uaeful period of aenrlce
to the Count}', (hit Am and tfib
Bt«|e. and more particularly to
thia County, not only aa a good
citizen, bat in any and all endeav
our* which would benefit hie fol
low men. and to all tmllu of Ufa.
AND WHEREAS He and Ilia
brofller. D. D Dougherty, gat*
•itea in thia town for churche*.
both Of their own denomination
Ufd aw rhuwiii «f oUmst de
iiiinnnutuiriK and tiiri ni'iiii
(ivuiiiiaiiviw, suw •*v ,l,—l/ ,,rl
civic aeU for the conununity
AMD WHEREAS He and hia
brother founded in thia town what
ia now the Appalachian State Tea
chart College, and thia cottage kai
baea of great benefit to Uta aee
tioa, not only culturally and edu
rationally, but aiao financially, and
ito influence felt ia othirational
circle* in many MMt*.
AND WHEREAS He teetered
tlx cause of better education dur
ing all of his long and useful Hfe.
having served as Soperiniindsnt
of MmoIs in this county far sipr
teen >»jrt tp the early part of the
century, and as Frnaidenl of thl)
Appalachian Mat* Teacher* Cut
lege for fifty-six years, and wrote'
and was instrumental in passing1
the Hancock School Bill, whit* i
equalized the educational oppor
tunities of the children of the
poorer counties with thoor of ■
AND WHEREAS: He served as
President of the Northwestern
Bank system from 1M6 until the
time of his death, rendering a
great and useful service to the
institution, laboring both early and
late in the interest of the hank,
and giving unsparingly of his time
toward the solution of the prob
lems of the bank and furtherance
of Us interests.
BE IT RESOLVED: That the
Board of Managers of the North
western Bank, Boone, North Caro
lina. send to the family and friends
of Dr. B. B. Dougherty their deep
est regrets at his paasing, and
honor his memory for the great
and valuable service he rendered,
not only in bis own community but
in all walks of life.
THEREFORE BE IT FURTHER
RESOLVED: That a copy of this
resolution be spread upon the
minutes of this bank, one copy
furnished the Immediate family of
Dr. Dougherty and one copy fur
nished the local press.
W. W. MAST
GORDON H. WINKLER
A. W. GREENE
H. P. HOLSUOUSER
F. R. CRITCHER
A. T. ADAMS
Mrs. Robbing, S3,
Taken By Death i
Mr* Lmm nii^f Bobbins 83
of Route 3, Boom, passed away
around 4:40 p. m. on Sunday,
June 16, at the home following a
short illness. She was the wife of
the lat« Mr. George W Bobbins
Funeral services were bald on
Tuesday, June IS, at the Boone
Presbyterian Church. Burial fol
lowed In the Shulls Mills ceme
tery. The services were conducted
by Rev. J. K Parker, Jr.
Survivors are one daughter,
Mrs. Pearl Luttrell of Route 3,
Boone; ooe granddaughter, Mrs.
Sam Ogilvie of Wllkeaboro: one
grandson. Jack 6. Luttrell of
Chapel Hill, and two sisters. Mrs.
W. V. Calloway of New Richmond,
Ohio and Mrs. L. D. Lowe of Mon
tuzuma, N. C.
Mr*. Bobbins waa a member of
the well-know family of Shulls
Mills who formerly operated the
hotel In that section during the
period of time that the railroad
was operating. She had been in
failing health for about three
weeks following an accident of
tailing down a flight of steps in
Miss Nancy Ilagaraan. daughter
of Mr. and Mr». J. N. Hagaman of
Norfolk, Virginia, has been award
ed a scholarship to William and
Mar]' College at Williamsbury,
Virginia. The award was given by
the Norfolk School Board. It pays
all college expe'hses for two years.
Nancy finished her senior year
at Norview High School at Nor
folk this spring. The scholarship
was earned for outstanding work.
Freeze and can vegetables pro
R ii rat mi Club | \
Th« Beaver Dam Ruratan Club
oat TuaMby afcgbt. Jus* 4, at Uu
Bethel Sehooi cafeteria All raera
b«r» present enjin.-d a delicious
•upper prepared by the upper
Beaver Dam Home Demonstration
Club. " „
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved. All com
mittees nude reporU on different
projects which are h progress. A
recreational committee was ap
pointed t« organiie a little league
baseball team spuuored by the
Kuratan Club. The club highly rt
commended that all members in
the community have T B chest x
rays being given by the x-ray
mobile, located in Boone.
All business completed, the
meeting wa* adjourned until July
Miss Anna Bell Dancy Is Selected As Dairy Princess"
Mum Anna BeU Dancy >u choa
en Monday km Watauga Dairy
Prlnetu in a contest held In coa
ncctioD wtHi dairy month, which ia
Mita Dancy *u crowned by Al
(j«d T. Ada ma. chairman ot the
Rural Devetcpmeot prugram, ia
ceremonie* held at the Courtkouae
Other contoataata were Mix
Kathryn Heaaoa, daughter of Mr.
ami Mr*. Jack Henaon, Sherwood,
raaoar-up aad Mia* Elaine Ed
mitten, daughter of Mr. and Mn.
George Edmialen. of the Bethel
Miaa Daney, whoae parent! are
Mr. and Mr*. Sunley V*t**7 QI
Zionville, will compete in the dto
triet emrtert far Dairy Www
in EUM Friday Winner of the
4iatrirt caniMt sill he ftlicihl* lor
laaacticidei for controlling boil
weevU» ihcmld be applied weekly.