THE GALAX NEWS
JUNE 7, 1962
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WILTON H. COBB RESIGNS AS MAYOR
During the Town Meeting at the Town
Hall last Monday night, Jime 4th, Mr. Wil
ton H. Cobb resigned as Mayor of the Town
of Highlands. Mr, Claude Patterson is the
Mr# Cobb stated Tuesday that he felt
his resignation was to the best interest
to the town of Highlands and its future.
MAKES DEANES LIST
Miss Betty Jean Crawford, a student
at Mars Hill College, has made the Dean’s
List for the second semester* The Dean*s
List requires a high ”B” average or 40
quality points. Betty Jean made 43 quali
ty points this senesterj she made the
List for the fall semester also. She
returned home May 23rd, and will be em
ployed at Wit *s End Shops this siammer.
Betty Jean is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Crawford of Highlands.
Tonight is the night for the Parish
Dinner to be held at 6:30 p.m, in the
Fellowship Hall of the Episcopal Chxirch.
Mrs. L. W. Dawley is chairman for
this event. The dinner is to be fl.25 per
plate. Those planning to go are asked to
phone Mts. Dawley at 3863 or Mrs. E. A.
Niblack at 5480 for reservations.
School was officially out for the
students on June 2 and for the teachers
on June 5* All of the present faculty
will return next fall except Mr. Joe
Anderson and Mrs. 0« F. Schiffli. Mr.
Corbett Holland will be employed as an
elementary teacher. Driver Education
will continue for a few weeksi with
fifteen students taking the course. If
anyone should need to contact Principal
Charles F* Hendrix, he can be reached at*
Route 1, Murphy, N« C. after June 25*
Until that tin© he can be reached in
BROTHSfflOOD MEETING TONIGHT
At the First Baptist Church of High
lands at 7:30 p.m, tonight (June 7) a
mass Brotherhood meeting will be held.
All menbers of the Brotherhood in the
Macon Association, as well as other in
terested men, are invited to attend this
The theme of the program to be pre
sented tonight is "Evangelism, •' and there
will be a panel discussion of the subject
by three persons. The panel members and
sub-topics areI Jess Ifunger, "Personal
Evangelism"; Charlie Williams, "Group
Evangelism"; and Glenn Campbell, "Mass
Rev, C. T, Taylor, Associational
Field Worker, will give a short message.