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News Of WTHS
Barbara Griffith and Dorothy Grasty
Well, it looks like Junior High
is in the spotlight this week. They ,
have accomplished a lot lately.
To begin with the annual declam
ation speaking contest was held
Tuesday, January 31 There cer
tainly were a lot of good speeches
and all of the boys did a good job.
First place went to Bob Evans,
second place to Tom Campbell, and
honorable mention to Jimmy Fau
ci*. Congratulations boys.
Other boys contributing to the
successful program were: Tommy
Walker. Dickie McCarroll. Phillip
Chase, Jack Messer and William
Junior High students also select
ed their candidates for May Queen
attendants. From the seventh grade
we have: Brenda Keener, Betty
Rowland, Pam Rogers, and Karen
from the eighth grade we have:
Linda Gale Hollifield, Mary Lou
Swanger, Sharon Shope, and Mar
Election will be Jield Monday.
Good luck everyone.
If you happened to be around |
WTHS this week, you would think
that all of the Seniors were fixing
to start a bookmobile or a library.
Could it be because those beloved
research themes are In process?
yes, 1 am afraid so. Every senior
is busy looking, studying, and read
ing in order to make an "A" on
the themes whieh are due in two
weeks That seems to be a long
tyiough tirtge. but believe you me, it
. We would like to welcome to our
school Harry Harris, a soptiomore
from Cullowhee. We hope that he
will like WTHS and feel at home
Looks like exams are all over at
college because some familiar faces
were seen around WTHS this
week. Many of last year's seniors
were home for holidays after
It seems that the group that
went to Greenville for the All-State
Orchestra had a mighty good time.
They left Thursday morning and
returned Monday morning. While
on the Eastern Carolina College
campus % dance, a banquet, and
some went to a basketball game
Along with this went a lot of prac
tice but everyone had a wonderful
Chimborazo. the volcanic moun
tain in tiie Andes of Ecuador, is
only 100 miles south of the equator
yet it is permanently snow-covered
because of its great hcigjit (20,702
feet) above sea level. I
EDEN IN WASHINGTON FOR TALKS WITH PRESIDENT f
WITH A COLOR OUARO IN BACKGROUND, Secretary of State John Foater Dullee extends a hand of wel
come aa Sir Anthony Eden, British Prime Minister, arrives In Washlnfton for talks with President
Eisenhower. Eden told newsmen he was "quite sure we will make a serious contribution toward peace."
Middle East and Asian problems were reportedly emonf top subjects to be discussed. (International)
By MRS. MILLARD FERGUSON
The WMS of Crabtree Baptist
Church will meet Saturday at 2
>.m. at the church. Mrs. Carlisle |
Davis, president, will preside.
Mrs. Hugh Noland. newly elect
ed county secretary of the home
demonstration clubs, attended1 a
planning meeting last week in Hen
The Rev. A. R. Davis and his
father, the Rev. F. R Davis, of
Mooresville returned last Friday
from Wilmore, Ky,, where they at
tended an interdenominational con
ference at which more than 500
ministers were in attendance. Dr
Paul Reece, associated with the
Billie Graham evangelistic group
for two years, was one of the speak
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rogers of
Wilkesboro were here last week
end to attend the funeral of Mrs
Rogers' grandfather, the late W
C. T. Ferguson, who underwent
surgery last week in Memorial
Mission Hospital, Asheville. return
ed home Tuesday.
Mrs. Ike Brown is now home
from Haywood County Hospital and
Otholo Jones, who underwent surg
ery at Haywood hospital is con
valescing at the home of his son
in-law'and daughter, Mr. and Mrs
Gus McClure in Ratcllffe Cove.
B. F. Nesbitt attended funeral
services Tor his aunt, Mrs. W. J.
Nesbitt at Falrview.
MM/3 McClaln Pope and Mrs.
Pope, who have been visiting rela
tives here have returned to Ports
mouth, Va. where Seaman Pope
will report for duty on the USS
Benton McCrary, son of Mr. and
Mrs W. J. McCrary, left Monday
for Raleigh where he entered State
College for the spring semester.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Snyder of
Harriman. Tonn., were weekend
guestd of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Cald
Mrs. Mary Dora Odum of Union.
S. C. was a recent guest of her
sister. Mrs. Loyd Seay.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Randal re
turned last week from a vtsit to
relatives in Pensacola, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jackson and
family of Swannanoa spent Sunday
with Mrs. Jackson's parents, Mr
and Mrs. W. J. McCrary.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chambers of
Iron DufT have purchased the Mol
1 lie Klnsland Leatherwood home. ?
Mr. and Mrs J. Green have mov
ed into their new home on the
Liberty church road.
Buford Noland has returned
home from Anaconda, Mont., where
he visited his brother, Monroe and
MRS. Bl'RDYNE SUTTON
Mrs. Burdyne Messer Sutton,
68, of Rt. 4. Waynesville. died in
the Haywood County hospital at
8 a.m. Tuesday after a long ill
She was the daughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. James Calloway Mes
Surviving are the husband, W
V/. OUIIUII, IWU 9UIIS, CITVivilC UI
Canton and Lowery of Waynes
ville, Rt. 4; six daughters, Mrs.
Earl Poe. Mrs. A. B. Watts. Mrs.
Douglas Rathbone and Mrs. W. M.
Hall, all of Canton, and Mrs. !
Frank Hyatt and Mrs. Medford '
Hannah of Rt. 4 Waynesville; 17
grandchildren: 15 great-grandchil
dren; one sister, Mrs. Emma |
Wright of Waynesville; one half-j
brother. Woodrow Messer of
Waynesville: and one half-sister.
Mrs. Frankie Me^ntyre of Waynes
Funeral services were held to
day at 2:30 p.m. in the Cove Creek
Baptist Church of which she was
a member for more than 50 years.
The Rev. P C. Hicks, the Rev. Carl
Cook and the Rev. Melton Holli
field officiated and burial was in
Grandsons were pallbearers and j
granddaughters were flowerbear
Crawford Funeral Home was in i
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