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THE WAY NES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1932
Closing Activities At Waynesville Township High School
It is with a mixed feeling of sadness,
of joy an. I of gratitude that we ri.ach
this niie in our High School career
of sadness that wo shall never, a- .;
group, nitvt in this place foi' the same
purpose in the same relation; of
joy that wo have accomplished tlr.-'
stage of our development an.! may
fnter iir-on other i'ascinal hie; and
equally worthy undei takings; 01' l ati
tude for ail the heiio'its v.e h..,. di.ir
cd here. To. the Ciisleo, as representa
tives of the pat ions of the school, v."
are gratelul. For their puhlic .-pip'
and their dcC r'H'iiu Jon thai we, iliei,
child! en, .-hall have all possible ad
vantages, has (oaie the equipment of
the school. Thiough their sacrifices
have lieen furnished the building, the
lockers, and the equipment, and the
oncouiageinenl of -rood management.
To our teachers we are grat fn! for
their conscientious care as infrue
tors. To our classmates we would
rxpiess gratitude for our mutual edu
cation of each other. We have learned
to live together, to hear and to for
bear. We have exchanged ideas and
have shared in projects.
The experience of each of us may
he likened to a well 'built arch which
should consist of stones of grace,
beauty, and strength. Everything
entering into our training has added
a stone to this arch. In the found 1
tion we find the drill.. or essential
facts an.l those skills necessary for
practical living. Making for grace
and joy of luxury we see s'tones that
gleam with light love of pictures, of
color, of song, of beauty, of poetry,
The key stone of the arch is charac
ter. Here in this school this key stone
should have been formed and put in
the place of honor. So many things
meeting in this chapel for devotional
services, working out our student gov
ernment problems together, seeing the
examples of earnest men and women
as teachers haw helped to place and
strengthen this key stone, of the arch.
In saying farewell, I know that
very little of our feeling can really
be expressed now. But in all the
year.- to come we shall find that many
experiences here have been built into
our lives. And we hope that there
shall be no reason for mir school,
mates, parents, and teachers to feel
that we have not done well.
My task is not an easy or happy
one that of bidding farewell but in
the name of the class of '.'id I wi-h
to say farewell until we meet again. '
l ast Will And
MISS JEW MORRISO.X
Miss Jean Morrison, sixt-.'en, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Morrison,
of Lake Junaluska. is valedictorian of
the graduating class of lft.Td. Miss
Morrison is also a mem ier of the
Journalism Club, Dramatics Club an'i
other school activities.
of. the Asheville Citizen.
."i. Rufus Summerrow has just left
or Southern Africa with his bride
d. Fisher Sprinkle is one of Holly
wood movie stars.
7. Clinton Truitt three times (!ov
ernor of the State of North Carolina,
leader of the new Progressive party.
His motto is "All for one and that
one me." He was a candidate for the
Presidency last year and was .
bv one vote, cast by his
Wyatt has been appointed
denoiv.l-hin of U. S. Army.
Williams is now 111 playing
place -.s all American base.
Liner P.et ween her brow
now discover that
I. see two Hi
she cannot decide whether
an end and know
will soon deoart
Stat,- of North Carolina,
County of Haywood,
Town of Waynesville.
We t he Senior Class of .May
Waynesville Township High
being i f sound minds and bodie
lizing our high school davs at
nesville are nearin
ing, too, that we
from said place; full aware of the
that though we leave there, will
some things that must remain, wc
declare and publish this our I. a t V, :.i
Item 1. To our Alma Mat' r we give
our love, honor, praise and glory. Ma;,
these serve toward the development
of her ideals and the preservation of
her noble rtandaids.
Item II. To our Alma Mater v.e
leave our experiences that they may
play their part in her upward smug
Item III. To our patents and
friends wdio have made it possible for
us to be here, we leave our records
and promise our best efforts to reach
the goal they hope for Us.
Item IV. To the faculty who have
o graciously traveled the road with
so graciously traveled 'the road with
extend our gratitude and thanks.
Item V. To Professor liunn we hold
he deepest respect for his useful
Item I. To the student body wo
cave our copies of rules and rogula
ions. May they always keep them.
Item II. To the incoming Senior
up! f - i
-chooi bell c
he gradual" -.-
it upon the
o r,ain tile 1: :
this our parting
ly up the aisle
in glad ar
f a loving
or us no more
Or Senior heart
1 . ! .e:i.
a j 1 1
rival teams befi
ng Idle bioken
dM ". e c onijui '
letUlll to M!',i;i
il .hall burn,
.da;.1 morn"- !
I - 1 1 - .-hare.
our st uiib...
I ability i:
Although it has never been
ly announced, if is generally
that I possess the remarkable
: of projecting mvsidf forward .tbiough'
the years intci any given time in whic'i
I am interested. Today, being rest
less and weary with the cares -of the
day, I .longed for a change cd' scene
. So closing my eyes and relaxing,
I wish myself into the public. I hrai V
years f icon now.
i' reference room
new building. As
helves, .my eye wa
i.i 'i n- I ieal her voi-
the I ill.'
h r goograehy lectures at PealiKiy
; ' r change lier name.
11. I.oui?;e Moody is now boss of
Mr. Harry Mremlle's Home.
1J. Marina MeCracken and Jjargie
Canipbcdl are keeping house in Tenn
essee, which at 7:o0 each night they
listen to lectures.
l:i .lean 'Morrison a prospereii-
I youti'A' matron, is discussing -wit 11
! Carmen who is author of "How to
Care for Children-.between tne ages
of '-'-l'." Relative value of orange and
spinach.. .'It. is evident, from J an'.--ecoicl.
that Fugeiiia and Rose, her
twin daughters do not give her very
of this -town,, thirtv
I found myself in tl
01 a ni:i l n 1 11 -11 t
glanced at the :
a'ltrarted 1v a i
ume. I a Kin" . : .
VV.lv " 1 o ,
1-1. t.oui.-a That
of the ph.vcliology
i':it g.ran'il slam ..:
.saw Myrtle 1'ulbr;
sa;l.:-.l to manage
-. t li.
ton 'wiiu" is 1
epart meal at
is jll: t won
nd 1 ea I
. s I ;nut
" in an Jioni
I V-hall" re
el !;.: I til: lied I 11
: iu ci;
u.gir.g ; ho
( Vil 1 1 1
u f 1
1 I ,
. :. iiug
Ties v.i lie
:.l 1 1 1 f I to vo-j. 1 an
:" 'o;; wip hi- interested...
o's Who and hy in Wavne;'
t-'. :iii"ai, 1 ;t; the'ciss . : ' 1
da's-- f uimJ hco .most' c i' 'he con
1'f'eface. i'lo-i'i; ai-v !i w ii.:i'iie.
hook, but net. i'ew'e!ii'iu'u'h... Tile
:i iai.t.- w'ii-i deserve a -placi- ci!
i-of' hollo.- a 1 e member-: oi ;;i
i'i t'e.'i'l. a- . list ing'uislied and i;: -jal
grouh. In- 01'dc ;: f ; 'till'' ii'i
h. r name- we;;e in-cfl.c- i.
amiieiK e. ) I io ou
I rushed back to von wi! a
after read ing ;il s .ciianiifnc
And now" for the list.; I'i)
dates' of birth and t he ; i.-chl-ave
time., . ' ' . .
ih I.iia. r is now 'owner'... of
-0 Laundry at Wavnesville.
. T. ! I
in sOMi len;
t .Mil- 1 v will
IL- I I!
LI2. Saia C
! ars wel ! g'l o
'- verv sLicic':
t before, si'.'
wink in for
I )rug s
iW p l'; IH
we leave our dignity
Item III. To the Junior Class
will our good luck of securing I
days to. flee from tests.
Moreover, there are further bi'iiiests
f personal property we leave for in
Item 1. Mary (ilea Feiguson wills
ier musical talent iu voice to Sarah
Item IL Elizabeth- Shcehaii and
Myrtle Calhoun will their ability 10
play basketball to Myra 'Phillips.'
Item HI. Robert Andrews wills h-.
most intimate - friendship' of John
West to Norine Lowe. We wish he
Item IV". Sybil . Underwood wills
her ability to blush to Robe (lilniour.
Item V. Scott Reeves wills his wad
of gum to those taking math nexi
I .ouisa Thac
ball. - V"
Item VIII. .Mabel
Item IX. To Virginia .Campbell
Louise Moody leaves the honor of be
ing the most popular girl of the Sen
ior Class. '
1 'avis wills
her' job ol
Runn, to .1
iled and signed on this second
MISS MAIUORIK CAMI'HKLL
-Miss Marjorie Campbell, sevenlce::
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R, E.
Campbell, has been chosen salutat i
rian of the graduating class of 1933
Miss Campbell is a resident of Hazel,
wood, N. C, and huj been the winner
of many honors since she has been
in high school. During her Senior
year she has held the position of office
assistant, and her grades for the four
year- have averaged 90. 5.
1 o Hunter Uonrv, Iliirrv
lus anility to play loot.
Coffey leaves to
her (puie.t and
To Homer Justice,
is office as class presic
.Margie Campbell le
if private secretary to
and signed on this sc.
v .1 oi!c
day of .May, '.A J). P.I33, a
ville Township High Schoo
ville, North Carolina.
Alibie Fiiv Henry Ruth Rat.
Ma;y 'Webster, '' 'stat
Why Go To College?
(From High Srhool Paper.)
A well aiticulaied college course
shouid store the mind of the student
with a.gri it deal of information in
fo! mat ion that will benefit him in the
future. During the many years iiid
ages that man has been upon earth
he has accumulated a vast store-house
of knowledge. Also during these
ages man has created history and a
great deal of literature and art. In
order to live one should know some
thing of the scientific knowledge of
the woild in which he lives. A col
lege will give facts of the social or
ganism of wlrivii he is a pait, about
tlx?, hi'tory, literature ;..nd ai t of the
past and thus developing a keener
sense of knowledge.
A college course should leach. a man
to: think. An education is r.oi tiic
'mere menririiiat ion of facts but the
me!iiori:'..iiion of fails and putting
the farts to work in a useful way.
An educated man is one who is able
to find a solution to problems through
what knowledge he has e.-iuired.
A college education should result
in the develonment of one's )ersou
ality and c'haiactcr. These are the
two greatest factors of reputation.
Men accomplish more from these two
important factors than . all of their
other merits combined. Running hand
in hand 'with personality is capability.
Apt pupiL will profit by the exper
iences and examples that others have
In a college we meet others -'who
become our life-long friends ami form
many ai'quaiuluiict s. They are ones'
who will inllueii.e your life in all the
years' to follow. In a college you will
meet the future lawyers, physicians,
stat-smen, educators and followers d'
every proic: sion that could be thought
of. A college may- be literally defined
as "a meeting place for: all' great
Ambition smiltd upon o fraitfu! toil.
Our youthful joys, our efforts to surpa--.
And giandur hear end did forbear to smile
The shoit and simple annals of our class.
The boast of scholarship, the pomp of power,
And ad our brilliance, all our clever deeds
Await alike the longed-for, piecious hour,
For study's path to graduation leads.
IVihaps among 'our little group there may
lie hearts illumined with celestial tire,
Hands that the rod of government must sway,
O" voices that will souls, of men inspire.
We'll go-our way with confidence serene,
'lhe dreary, unfathomed trails of life to bear,
And none of us intend to blush unseen,
Or waste our sweetness on the desert air.
Like knights of old we pledge with dauntless breast
The tyrant of injustice to withstand.
Till wrongs are righted, we shall never rest,
Rut strive till peace and plenty fill the land.
For you who, mindful of our friendly due,
Are come to night to bid our class farewell,
We offer welcome, hearty, warm, and true,
And bid you say, when of our lives you tell:
"Oft did we see them in the morning time
Passing with hasty steps the campus o'er,
T .fill their souls with reasoning sublime,
And add unto their growing wisdom's store.
I is -we.;.
n is Let
omt'.is t -r young,
:M. Joseph Davis
ville's s most note 1
i'r iVeriailv honored
IVavV ";.' Hoi..
Noted . . - "h"
a.u.r " ;h;
one of V.
for- his new
111 1 1 sa
iiiit . i
- now own'
i lance Hal!
111 1 ray
strew of Wax-
ana. is (join:
s now the
'If -of ..Publia v
Hide factory i
its ol' iron
t r, ut i. -11 of.
i HARRY BREN OLE
Harry Bi-endle, President of the
Student Council of Waynesville
Township High School, member of
the Journalism Club. Hi-Y , Club,
Dramatics Club and Glee Club, is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Brendle
of Hazelwood. ,
"President cif th
t ilaxelw'ooci wh.
I)le wiili his wife
n.-rlv Mi:.- Francos Ro.-e. . .
-IT. Porter (!;'ee.",.wocid: has bee;
i d p:eHi(ent of -the "U. S.
... ;"S.-.- Ivugenia lie. ion is the wife, of
John White successful business-man
of Waynesville.' .
Mae Rui gess aitiL Milclrea , Uur
fiess are. propriet-ors of the. largest
Miirinelio Shoo in Raleigh. - .
'III. Virginia Htucher ..is . champion
rolling- pin slinger of the' world. .
31. .Martha -Caldwell is . supervisor
of the ! reiich department of avnes
wille Township High School., , .
3'2.. Bertha Chickililie is in charge
of the l!.1 V. P. Us of the State of
. 33. Mable Cotfev has hist recently
won title of J. F. G. Coffffee queen. -. .
M. I nelma Davis is head of the
Home Kconomic department of Ashe
ville High. ; ;- . ;
3o. Marv Glee ferguson is now 111
Paris singing for the Golden Glow
Hattie Siler freeman is 111 W ash
lngton speaking in the Ifouse of Kep-e.-eir.atives.
07. I heda Garret is the gsggluntr
broadcaster from O. T. O-'-P: -li: - sta
tion Y avnesville.
08. Elizabeth Sheehan is captain of
this years Olymnic Basketball team.
-if. Rosalyn Ray is head literanan
of the Chicago University and is hop
ing that her hair will soon be erev
and that she might, "say the kindest
things in the kindest way" as the one
who started her work always did. She
Upe 1 -
f Wavnesx die.
II. ' bavid II imi'S the
c hampion ot the world,'
.:!-'. Al! hough Hill Rav
yvi Anna l.eati'.e; u.m is
to he his wife in the near
-13. Avis Medford is the
worn;.".: 01 ..our. class anil is
'. is't). t he Medford Farm,
i i-i Virginia Russell is
l.aurete of Kliglaiul.
-!"!.. Ha;-.el Teiigue. has taken Miss
Welch's .place as head of t he . I listoy
ciepai tment of .Waynesville High, . '
: He for., returning this ''Who's Who
ai.d Whv" to its place 011. the libiary
hdf of the future, raiiv . I eongi'rtii
hite the class of: 1933 on the brilliant
success each of its members is about
to achieve and pri its famoiis future.
M 1 I Wi INI R
"And then we missed them, in their customed
No more in contemplation did they stray.
New classes came, anil time crept on apace,
While lost to all but memory were they.
"Hut somewhere, somehow they will prove their worth
Nor stay to fortune and to fame unknown,
For perseverance smiled upon their birth,
And aspiiation marked them for her own.
"There hearts were loyal and their s'ouls sincere;
'I hey stiove with earnestness their faults to mend;
.And fate will surely giant what they held dear;
To keep their faith and never lose a friend.
"No further seed their merits to disclose,
Or tell their deeds of worth by others seen.
Our hearts, through summer suns or winter snows,
Shall keep their -memory forever green."'.
(Continued from page one)
pa 1 11,
. a ;
i pal cd
! me 'i
Rl I IU N )
A ho th
.iiid i i v
g;-: w;e h
1 7-.II Rltl-.R lOXOR ROM, ''()!
Second Ytur Students
Nam.' of , V Numher . Words
Student of Fr'rors per minute
l-.!iziu,eth Ray 0
Belle Frankliti . H , . .42
Hattie .swavngim 1 ol
lima Uovlo 1 41
1a1th i t . 1 Iwell ! 31
Sybil Underwood 4 o3
.'1 ' m Car-well -1 !!
Margie ( ampbell 4 1 43
( i-arles Camn 4 v 30
Hilda Liner 5 4:5 -
First Year Students . j
Hazel Rhinehart : 0 25
Bertha Chicihlie 0 21 j
.Walter-. Francis 1 231
Robert: Sioan 2 . 40
Lucile ( rawford 2 ,'il
Carl Ratcliff 2 31
(Juctn Justice 2 . 25
Ruth Caldwell 2 . ' :v 21
I.ncke Howell : 1 - 3 27
I. Richard Carswell ;l4' . -. 27
Homer Justice. ".-'" 4 ' '. .27
1'ianccs Burgin 4 . 20
Hannah. Medford 5 . 23
ii i h
i to know,
villi Wild excitem,
he goal i - won. ':
' .work we've don
we have f rken,
exams, -'we've- litis-
irate intelligence :
i'aynosville sa lino
ig iiy the -.extc
l a ;i he adilet'ie 1
ie af'ti'i iioi.ii!, nil
. ".. Wca-i... i b; .
,'svi'i ' bi,.?!i sci
venth gr:de studc nts
! '.' wilh bias. Wayn.'i
in by pupib
avi:shios of 1
of fae Fa-: Fork
ihi' prize V ir the
in the rtvita.ion.
ton. of While O.ik
the best reci'.iiiion.
then' ontes 1. ;a . iiovi-
'd With an appreciative
n'k -cl' ol,
Who is it that loves and
Who is the sweetest friend I bave'evor
She. loves me and shares all
iiid once and rent
al I. my jovi
at if again.
all o' hers ?
1!' the Way.
in the track
de pu nils part.it'ipat-
whole occasion. vas a general
ether of the students of the
who will enter high
With woiaie r we're aghas't.
faculty,; t :
v. bed tla;j
. o - i t wa
' found u.s pas
believed their .
; -their wisdom
lis up U grade.,:
yrng, 1 hank you.
" Thli. sltoggei
And so we're" s
: For good advice and aid.
How oftari we have couiite.
T he time till holidavs.
. In education's yavs!
"I iit' nnw
say is 'rue:
54 Still armed with .high endeavor
4-1 V e-11 nicet fate with a smile
.Viid strive with heart undaunted.
Remembering the while
That life, despite misfortune.-.'"
J:-1 but adventure gay,
And Death's the friend that gives us
A last long holiday.
By John Williams.
Paper jI 111
In order to make the typewriting
honor roll, a student must make more
than twenty words a minute and. less
than five errors on a teri-minute test.
After nn interesting study of the
siibieca, "The Mnkinir of Paner" in
the industrial chemistry class we were
given a trip, through the Champion
Fibre, Mill at Canton. We saw all the
various Ptages in the making of naner
and understood the process more clear
ly. - '" ...
Those who mado the trip were: Mrs.
Patrick: Pauline Compton. Lillian
Garrett, Flora Gibson, Abbie Fav '.enfold.
Henry, Helena Hyatt, Avis Medford, Howell;
ed iu th
school next fall. -
in ( 11 1 r si'h iy.s
The Rev. Dr. (.). , J. Chandler, of
Asheville, delivered the 'baccalaureate
sermon to the graduating : ciass on
Sunday evening before an audience
that tilled the. auditorium of the high
school. Pr. Chandler chose as his
tojiic, the itiestio.n, "What Shall
! 'o ." which th;' rich young ruler ask
ed the Savior. . :
Ur. Chalidler said there are . twi
thing; that may be done in answer to
the question, of "What Shall I. Do?"
Tiio iiist thing is to do nothing, and
drift 'with .the tide. The other is to
stand.- out in the: integrity , of one's
conviction. He said it will not do
to stand always with the crowd, for
tha crowd is nearly always wrong,
'lhe main question, he said is, "what
shad I no with, life'.'" "You can live
lor,, what vou get out ot lite, or you
can iivo lor wnat you put into lite.
Ihose -who tike, the first .course are
ncai ly always tlisappointed," he said.
He tnaised vouth and said that youth 1
is the attitude of the soul, and does'
net confine itself to the number of
.tears 111 a w rson's lifetime. He also
discussed ideals and said. "What
makes a nation is its ideals. '
h her love ;
is no "other so kind
'"': a ! the hapoiiic
is sw.a l as tile angel in heaven
My Mother.. .
Uid so true;
ss on earth
when I'm forsaken by .neighhio
be lust as faithful
I lovi- her! .
Thioaghout the realms of
ore most in all of
The one who Wall love
; My Mothei.
- IR( IM AI v "i I RFSFLI
my though, c s
Strange I'rehistoric M i n s t e r x
Hroughf to Life." How lifelike
Monsters of Bygmc l);.ys Are Mad
to Move and Koar, an Illustrated Arti
cle in the American Week I v, the Ma
gazine Distributed wilh cxf Sun
day's I5ALI LMORE AM FKICAN IU,.
our copj from your favorite news
dealer or newsboy.
Mable Leatherwood, Harnett Howell,
Hannah Mcvlt'ord,. Helen Moody, Mar
tha Met. racken. Nannie Plemmons,
( armen Plott, Frances Rose, Ruth
Rate-Mo, I.ai'c-tta Threi'keld, Frances
Tompson, Sara Underwood, Stella
Waldrop. and Nettne Grasty.
I?ovs: Yancey Bridges, Arthur t rands,-Joe
' Davis: Mack Davis, Joe Ed
wards. Edward Hill, Nathan Hill, Joe
Liner, hermit Murray, Ben Phillips,
Roy Ruff, Rooert Sloan, Rufus Sum-
merrow, Gordon Wyatt, Robert vVag-
Harold Honnoll, and Jack
P.ul D vis, President of Senior
Clas.s of 19:12-33. and member of the
Orchestra, Hi-Y Club, is the only
son of Mr. and Mrs. L. N". Davis, of