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THE CAROLINA MOUNTAINEER
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schulhoffer an
nounce the birth lot a daughter, Mary
Louise, on Friday, July 24.
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may roam 2mwm$
the joy he'll find -T TP
Oh, the sun shines bright and the skies are blue
And all nature, it seems, is gay!
And a eolden elow floods my spirit too, 'k
As I hasten alone the wav
&-?& rmn a . .a Mm kail
HI l o a little house in, the inenaiy runs
Where tha treasures of childhood wait-
Yes, the road to home brings the sam old thrills
As it leads to the old farm gate.
Though the hills are lonely and bast in snow
And the wind moans across he plain,
Still I love those srenes that Mised tn know
For the winter's cold brinjM the thought to mind
That wherever a man j
There, is no delight like
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ANNUAL BOAT PAGEANT FINE
at pageant and water
red what is generally
the best celebration in
lursday evening. Win
ners of the tltree prizes offered were
the boat "Kai 'yland", entered by Mrs. !
J. B. Ivey, of Charlotte; "The Light of
the World", i aft entered by the Mis 1
sion Building , Nasheville, Tcnn., and ,
"The Dragor Queen", joint entry of;
Mrs. Courtli nd Jerolman, Knoxville, I
Term., and . ack Gerrold, of Tampa,
Fla. Honori ble mention was made of I
the boat entc red by Miss Kittie Stubbs, I
of Sumter, St C. I
Following the spectacular water '
pageantry, a program in which th' 1
crowning oil Miss Josephine Coman a.. !
"Queen Junpluska" and the award of i
prizes was Witnessed by approximate -!
ly 5,000 pecjple in the amphitheatre. !
First and, second prizes were silver !
loving cups presented by the patron-
esses, and the third prize, a five pound ;
box of cancjy was the gift of the ;
Southern Assembly. j
Points considered in awarding priz-'
es were beauty and general effective- j
ness. Judges were Dr. A. W. Ander-J
son, St. Petersburg, Fla., Judge Ivy j
Hamilton Burney, Forth Worth, Tex-;
as, Mrs. T, C. Banks, Lakeland Fla.,
Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Mason Crum, Colum-I
bia, S. C. '
Thursday evening, at seven o'clock, .
siiw all kinds of queer craft on the wa- j
ers of Lake Junaluska mnrke the an-1
nual observance of the water pageant
and coronation of Miss Josephine Co
man, as Junaluska's queen for 102"..
Following in the wake of the big boat
"Cherokee" gaily decorated and its up
and lower decks filled with musicians,
beautifully gowned patronesses, the
queen and her attendants, could he
t-een boats of many kinds, carrying
out in elaborate decorative schemes,
all sorts of ideas representing fairy
legends, religious themes, strange
beasts and birds, tableaux and original
conceptions from many lands. There
were the graceful swan, the realistic
big fish, Venetian gondolas, Indian
dugouts, Japanese pagodas, Chinese
dragons, and gaily decked canoes and
row boats portraying activities of
camp and school, all of which together
with the thousands of people who lined
the banks of the lake to view the spec
tacle made a brilliant and colorful
After all of the boats had passed the
reviewing stand and had been admired
by the spectators, the company, led
by the Saxon band, of Spartanburg, S.
C, went to the auditorium where the
gala occasion was concluded by a bril
Kant program, in which the queen was
crowned, prizes awarded, and enter
tainment furnished for the queen and
her court by tha children of Junalus
ka's playground, under the direction of
Miss Louise Durham, of Memphis
ienn., playground supervisor. Music,
appropriate to the occasion was furn
ished by the Junaluska double quartet.
Mrs. D. S. Maffett, of Lott, Texas,
chairman of the patronesses, crowned
the queen and scorted her to her
throne. The queen's party entered in
elaborate processional, following the
announcement by a mounted herald,
who rode horseback through the open
The queen's entourage included:
Herald, Miss Amelia Albergotti, Or
angeburg, S. C, trumpeters, Joe and
Atkins Shackfoid, Nashville, James
Vann, Birmingham, Billy Coggins, At
lanta, Maids. Misses Mary Morelock,
Nashville, l.i.zabeth Aldrich, Durham,
N. C, Kittle Stubbs, Sumter, S. C,
Effie May , inslow, Greenville, N. C,
Hattie McKay, Asheville, and Sadie
Herbert, iiennettsville, S. C, Cherubs;
little Jane Stentz, of Lake Junaluska
and Shirley Sneed, New Orleans;
trainbearers: Betsy Gilliam, High
Point, N. C, and pavid Tillman, Ben-
nettsvilile, S. C; crownbearer, David
I Stentz, of Lake Junaluska, and a
group of small girls carrying garlands,
j Patronesses occupied box seats on
tthe stage. They Were Mrs. D. S. Maf
fel and Mry Gunnel), Lott, Texas Mrs.
Russell Tarr, Tampa, Fla., Mrs. Geo.
R. Stuart, Birmingham, Mrs. J. A.
Vann, Birmingham, Mrs. J. B. Ivey,
Charlotte Mrs. Katherine Veach
Paynes, . St. Petersburg, Fla., Mrs
Hoyt M. Dobbs, Birmingham, Mrs.
James Cannon, Richmond, Mrs. S. D.
Harris, St. Petersburg, Mrs. H. E.
Adams, Tampa, Mrs. W. F. Quillian,
Msr Andrew Hemphill, Fort Worth,
Texas, Mrs. Mary Penner Ketchum,
Memphis, Mrs. J. W. Perry, Nashiille,
Mrs. Olive H. Stubbs, Sumter, S. C,
Miss Pearl Saunders, Nashville, Miss
Nell McLeas, Durham, Mis. J. M. Al
bergotti, Orangeburg, S. C, Mrs. F.
A. Aldridgc, Durham, Mrs. Estelle
Woodward, Charleston, Tenn., Mrs. F.
Dudley, Miss Allen' Moon, Nashville,
Mrs. J. E. Winslow, Greenville, N. C,
Mrs. F. 0, Daniel, Durham, Mrs. Lamb
of Del Ray, Fla., Mis Anna Echols,
.-nd Mrs. C. K. Ausley, Thomasville,
Mrs. J. A. Baylor, Bluefield, W. Va.
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widows and orphans by the Jefferson
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With Jefferson Standard's fourteen
millions of dollars of investments work
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ance needs pe covered with a Jefferson
Doesn't it follow that the policies of this
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