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Till KSDAY. Jl'NE , l!t:?."
WAYNESYILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Board To Meet And
Equalize Taxes In
County This Month
Meelinill Be Held : At
Court House. Days Set Aside
For Different Townships
tr l tie
,..xcua County Board ot
p'er- will sit as an Lqual
Keview Board, beginning
',. -he purpose of making
'ju-t'ments with taxpayers
i',crn inequally assessed,
lave been made from the
u'ihe of the meetings, and
.,1 will be heard at the
...or, ,1 iff event, dates set
.tifferent townsnips. it
un,ed that it is important
r,r tn tie nearu ik-:
heard come oniy on ine uic
j- their respective town-
Belle Meade To
Open On June 13th
Several Features Have Been
Added To Recreational
Center For The Season
.. .iK. mornings and last unui
'':;,i;v conferences are desired
: J!!'.fnr. D. A. Howell, will
r'k 'o the board during their;
i.n these occasions.
' ,chedule as arranged by the
Is and 19 for Beaverdam
for Jonathan Creek, Cata
' a, ,i lw Hill townships.
1 for Fines CreeK ami nnue
! 1 and 25 for Crabtree, Iron
v, ' f,,r Pigeon. East Fork
Waynesville township' Jul reasons m
Meade, Wavnesvi'.le's recre
c -liter, will be formally open-1
ed on Thursday, June Kith, for the,
summer season. Many improvements
have been made on the place, thief
among which, is the ferris wheel,
which is one of the larger types,'
being much larger than the one at
the Asheville Park. j
For the first three days, Thursday,'
.Friday and Saturday, the proceeds;
from several features, planned, will,
be divided equally with the library
board. On Thursday night there will
be a dance with music furnished by
the "Skylanders." On Friday, be-;
ginning at 4:l!0, and lasting through!
8 o'clock, will be a tea and dinner,
dnnce, with a small sum charged. for,
each dance, with music also by the
"Skylanders." On Saturday night a
square dance will be staged. Tickets
for all these affair? will be sold by
the high school students. Prizes will
be given those making the best sales.
Kenneth Dunham, of St. Augus
tine, Fla., will be the athletic direc
tor, til;1 place having been held ly,
Carletun Weatherby M:s Louise i
Stringtield, who has recently been!
taking some special courses, will bej
the swimming teacher. Miss Gladys
Dicus and Miss Myra Phillips will
have -charge of the drink stand. 1 he
tea room will be managed by Mrs.
uMattie S. Cannon, of Columbia, S. C.
I .who enjoys a record of many success
ful seasons in such work at various
Named By Board
For Coming Year
Few Changes Are .Made In List
Of Teachers. Bethel Teach
ers To Be Named Soon
y Heard of Fducaiion in
Tuesday night named the
the countv schools, with
the execution ot' the Bcthil school.
as stated that announcement of
session hei e
made at an early
s wire made in
this school would N
Very few changes
list of teachers in th
for the coming year.
The list is as follows :
S. C. Connatser. principal of Clyde
High School. O. C. James. Margaret
Terrell, Ottis C. Fr-.iman. Miss I.ou
ise MeCrackon. Miss Hern ice Mv-F.l-ha
Elementary Teachers: Stephen Fer
guson, Mary Holick Brooks, Mrs. Hil
da Smathers Halibui'ton, Elizabeth
Ann MeCraeken. Mrs. Koxic Noland
$10,000 Paid County
In Taxes In May
Howell Warns Those Who Have
Not Paid That Taxes Will Be
Collected As Provided
D. A. Howell, 1 lav wood fax Super
visor ami hi? ;is-;s;..uts, have found
that bv eo. lie out in the bv-wavs and
hedges '.hat taxes can he collected
l-'oi- the month of May a total ot
Slti.-lii.'l.S:! was collected on t'.'U
TO SPEAK Sl NDAV AT
LAKE .UN AM SKA
The o Slice
brings the tlal of l'.'IU
d. to S'.'l'.i.-I,"t!..il,
did a rushing business
June tii st . when $1 ,1.'57.-
Marv Flizabeth Davis Mr
Havnes, Honnie Francis,
s. V. I.. Fitzgerald, Agri-
lier -it ( Iv. e and l-incs
1 rips arc
:h cash is
Golf Tournament To
Get Underway Here
Sunday And Monday
Dave H. Harris Now
Head Of Haywood's
1 Hflvwood Ccun-.
: .. .v,;., r:lf Tnnrnampnt, Appi
iiri-nui.-ii.,- "i banquet at
. I n- t ho 11 Q VniUVINH 1VII jll V ( -, . ,
c.iU get under way Sunday,1
.':, ' rt was announced yester
lir. U, H. Stretcher,, president
club, and in charge of the
iiaalit'ylng rounds of eighteen
l, !' played on Sunday or
: , The eight players turning
,r. aiw . scores for the qualifying
na!'.;is .v;'! be entered in. the first
JJilfbt. Tl.ose entering the -chain'
.iuinsh.!i tliirht will only be residents!
,i thi oanty. The second and third
A'-gii:- are open to all.
T::. cup was . won last year by
Aaiir. 1'rtvost, of Hazelwood. The
cup inns: Tie won for three sueces
.'ive i ai - for permanent possession.
Prize'- will be given for the lowest
qualifvimr -core, and winners of each
Aft t r.'.ranve fee of onlv $1 will be
(h.ucv,; a',1 members of the Waynes
,:e -I o;r
ma; j ;-Vif.'.e-:-
i-fV rhih : and S1.50 to non
Pairing will be made Mon
and match .play. will 'be
.';ay. All qualifying'. an(l
eying will he for eighteen
..:!! be on display at th
Sunilay. It is expecte
: Miirty will enter the tourn
A'lini-nvimntelv 1 00 .attended the
the Hotel Leraine last
Fvwl'iv (jepniiitr which wfl; ; the annual
meeting of the Young' Democratic,
Club of Haywood.
Dave 11. Harris, of Canton, was
elected president of the organization,
and succeeds Frank Ferguson, Jr., of i
Waynesville. Other officers elected
for the year Were as follows: I'earl
Justice, Crabtree, first vice president;
Mrs. C. C, Willis, Canton, second
vice president; and Mrs. Doyle D.
AlH-v, Waynesville, third vice presi
dent. Mrs. Carolyn Aslltoii Hyatt, sec
vatiirv :.ml .lei'i-v Rogers, tieasurer.
Doyle D. Alley, state president of,
the Young Democratic Clubs, pre-
sented plans for the annual conven-,
tion of the organization in Raleigh,
on June 2S. and 2'.l. A discussion was
made of the appointment of delegates;
to the convention. ;
Among those heard during the'
course of -he evening included: Oral,
Yates, .1. T. liailey, and Dr. F. M.
J a mi
Linda Havr e
FINES CKEFK DISTRICT
Fred L, Satl'ord, I'nncipal High
School, Harriet Boyd, Mildred Delia
Elemental y Teachers, Mark Marion
Ferguson, Frank Kirkpa'tfrick, Nell
Justice, l'earF James, Mable Clark,
Etlie Lee Oreen. Lucy Fisher, Bonnie
Duekett, Wm. Cdenn Noland.
Hurrican School - Lela Ki'rkpatriek.
Redmond School 'Ruth l.edford.
Hyder Mt. Schools-Louise Rogers.
Dig Branch School Bessie McClure.
Crabtree School Mrs. Louie No
land, Carroll Morrow.
Rock Spring School- Herman Duck
ett, Cleo Caldwell Rogers.
James Chapel - Saia Ann Long.
Rush Fork - Edna McC-rackeii .Ens
'. Riverside- Fa ye Cibhs.
- Iron Dulf- Frank Rogers, Christine
Kunze Arrives To
Fill Vacancy As
Kunze arrived here last
the position of sanitary
liavwood county, which
of the Health Depart-
Bris Roberts. 41,
liiried On Tuesday
ever. , ii'
rviees for Briggs Roberts
1 '. e l ;n ashingrton, D.
:'g an operation last Fidday
:. and whose hndvv was
:" re for burial, were held on
- :: moon at the Ratclitt
'ap:it church. Rev. A. B.
ff I'i'iwoiid. had eharire of
v.rf. Intei-ment was in the
V nea,. the church.
'vrts was born and reared
"I countv. and has maoT
Vs ;:y this section.- He became.
:,!tR- ' ! Washington, about twen
a; air. : i was a buildine con
ei e. . '"
'-.v:i.- are three brothers and
';?-'; Mrs. J. R. Boyd, Jr.,
'n,--f.'f .tn-t ci!-' n. oc
... .-...Mite OLCljlll. lie na
(".V fif tho Mrs SnraVi T?nhprt
Prominent for many years
nal life of the county
' S.; -.
Hugh J. Sloan Is
"inner of Insurance
-Xe Yn ' ,"an' local agent for the
W -lfe Insurance Comnany
the "t : v.3 trip t0 the meeting
fry, 1 department, com-
r8rra 6 pa;es:of orth South
.ri(i4 Virginia, and
Sji,,met frm Thursday to
Ir.- AVnevrle Wek- 'at Grove Park
for wrhins 6 t0 Mn Sloan
-'z -to hk .li T "'surance accord-
ifoal ' set V i. ' n'cn exceeded
r me company in the
',rarrn. in their Rnrins
rating trie 9ttth an
V,.i.- . ..lne loundin? nf Tio
's .tin v,iJns.uranc! Cnpany
f mn??yl h officials
'-tr'c rif t -! lAvicru vie
uglas and Buckner.
Last Rites Held
For Mrs. Medt ord
v;,,l vlt.w f.,r Airs: JosiJ Medford,
?.ri wife of Har-dv-Medford, who dicdj
at her home hear." Clyde, Saturday
night at H o'clock, were conducted a.
the Clvde Baptist, ehurch Sunday .af-,
ternoon at- 2- o'clock. The Rev. R. L j
McCraeken, assisted by the Key. L.
C. Mace and the Rev I ( . Hhks,
ofRciated. Burial was in the fannlyj
burial grounds on the Medford farm ;
Mrs. Medford, together with her(
n'usband operated the Medford,Tour-j
ist home in Haywood county, for more
than .'10 vears. She was a native ot j
Buncombe county, but made her honi
in Webster durimr her early . chiui-j
nood. She was a loyal member ot uie,
Clyde Baptist - church for more than
'30v years Before her marriage 4.5
years ago she was Miss Jos.e .krng,
daughter of the late Mr aiul Mr-.
Vergie. King, pioneer settlers of this
swtion of Western. North ..Carolina..
Sho is sun-ived by her husband,
and one daughter, Mrs. IL II. Ander
son, of Clvde, Two brothers Marcus
King, of Moscow, Idaho, -and Charlie
King, of Alaska, also -survive along
with five sisters: Mrs. .K H. rainier,
r f.,,'l-hr-c. Mrs. i. r. wi;
in., u- 4rir. Mrs. To)., Self.
Angeles, Calif., Mrs, W
Ix.omis. Wash., and Mrs. R
ett. Seattle, Wash. . ,,-0,.r
Active pallbearers weret .Wavne
Medford, Roy Medford, De oeMed
f ord, James Vaughn, Frank Cham
bers and Bill Hannah, Honorary
Sharers were: Dr. J ..L.: Reeves,
Grover C. Davis. -W.-G, Byer. T,:.
Havnes. Edwin Fineher. D. V. Med
fford, Forest Swagim. HowaM
Smathers, T, B. Meuioro, r..v -
ford. Fred Medford, and W eer Me
week to tak
is a division
Air. Kunze-takes over the work which
was done for throe years by E. L.
Hinton, who : recently resigm-d tt as
sume a similar position .in Lexington.
Mi' Kunze came hero from Winston-
Salem, where he was sanitary inspec
tor of Forsyth county fur six years.
He came highly recommended by the
State Board of Health. He will have
charge of general 'inspect ion. Work,
which will include inspection id' foods,
hotels, cafes and dairies. '
The titw sanitary inspe. tor ra- a
wife and two small children.
Martha Queen 11,
Buried On Sunday
41 was paid into the coaiuv treasury.
All of uhuh brings the l'.CU tax to
within J'.cj.O-l', i:i of i tiii; all col
A Sie,-;a'. drivi i-. bi.mg
'ear up the i n: ire lit.
being made to dilTei'eiil
the countv weekly and
being biiMght m.
Mr. ll.-wel pointed out thai the
oiovi.les that drastie stops can
taken to collect '.axes, and that he
jiiuI his assistanls an c.irrving ' out
1 he hi w to the el ter. AlthoiiL-h. Mi
Howell can bring about hardship
those who have not natd their iaM
he1 is giving them warning and every
opportunity to -e'l'.e before he has to
make ii embarias ing for them.
Since the loth of May the otlice has
collected $'J.'.M'.i'i.!M m delinquent taxes
- this is averaging about $L00 a day.
To Take Part In The
Waynesville. will participate in th
Rhododendron festival at Asheville
1 rv taking part in the pageant which
will lie staged at McCormick Field,
on Wednesday (light, .lunc IL', at h;l.ri
o'clock. The part being played by
Waynesville' is the. first scene, which
is all s ii 1 n .scene.
, The Business' and I'nd'essional
Woman's ("lull is sponsoring the
Waynesville -group, -and special cos
tumes for the event will be used. It
was learned Wednesday from Miss
Edith Russell, who has charge of the
pag ant, that Waynesv ille is the.. only
town using professional costumes.
A thousand people from 'alt ' over
Western .North Carolina will partici
pate in the pageant. Those from
here taking 'part are as-follows:"
, Roys: Charles 'Km-Md!. Hugh Shi-1-ton,
(Icorge Keller, .loo Helniick, .to
Welch, .loc Sloan, Joe Haggett, John
nie Kuildehack. Leon Killian, Marcus
.MeCra,:'ken. Bill l'revosl, and Hob
Ciil.-: Eva l.eatlierwood, 'InM;
.loM-pliin. I 'a be. Marie I'lott, idanclie
Medford. Edna; McKay. .Maty Kir.k
p it -o k. Hrriiie Wageiit'erd, Sarah
Wi Ic h. I loll, i- Malsh, Drama l.ainp-
l kin. I'aiinie I'earl Felinel, l.oiiis:
.Moody, and Dorothy Crotn.
The local Rotary Club last Week
iii i in in mil iiiiii
Over Prospects At
Lake This Season
i.OOO Copies 1)1' .'-I'aiie rioj-ram
HookUt Is Ut'injf Distributed.
Due of the
histoiv cf th
will ma rK
1 i.i not
.KISI'I'lll S l Wil l.!
inol tnng at ele en ,
III,- toi'inal opening et
'for the 1)1 Iff,
will l.e the
ot I lay
sM; !5,(i57 Post Cards
Sold On Saturday
( haniler Of
1'oM Card Dav. whic h was spoil
sored bv the Waynesville Chamber of
( 'ommcr jo, through tlfc publtcity
,'omiililtec. Was a decided success last
Saturday, when o.il.'iT post Cards with
views of this immediate section v,l(
.sold )o local residents to be 'mailed U
all parts of ( lie count ry.
Live dilfei'eiit lit ills of the com
munity had salesgirls on the street.'
all day making the sales. The. Chain
her of .Commerce gave $10 in prizes
mn! the linal check -of the sales liiadel
.showed the following .winner
oil in cash.
first la c
Sc. inid 'iih
ft. Ml cash, s
Ftriirt Ii pi;
licld, $l,tm cash. -ISO sold:
The fu nis nart icipat ing in
we're: Alexander's'.,' The
look Stoic, I'll Wavno
ino.y. Sin it ll V- I 'rug Sho ,
:.' in" tntd '-i'lf S ine.
uggesf ion lias lie. n
neatest si'a--on in
1 ake .lunahiska Mi
sembly is in prospect accord
ames Atkins, .superintendent.
The opening date is set tor .lune o,
when the registration of students for
the summer school begins. The open
ing of the school for regular cla.-s
work will be on June S.
tin June 'J, the first feature of the
summe,- program will be the address
tiy .losepinis Daniels, ambassad'" '"
Mexico, ollicially opening tin
Five thousand copies ol the .1.
luskan. the official program and g.
liook of the assembly, is now be.i.
distli'ibuted throughout the confer
ence territory. This year the o.'
page book contains a number O'
scenic- views of this immediate vicm
ity, as well as a page devoted to the
il'reat Smoky 'Mountain National
Mr. Atkins is optimistic over the
season. He said the .season of l'.'ol
was m sonic' respects the most suc
cessful in the history of Lake Juna
lu.ska. "The attendance was excep
tionally large,": he stated, "the
giiim well balanced, and the mental
attitude and co-operation of our pat
rons exemplary." ' '
As to the o,..look : ' .'. : cins season,
Mr. Atkins said: " I'he tielieral Con
ference of r.io-i, at Jackson Miss.,
made an a)ipropriation of iflo.lMlO
annually for the next cpiadVennium
for assemblies. This embraces both
Junaliiska and our sister assembly
Mount Secpioyah. With this appro
priation for the -program, we feel
mo-t' optimistic over the outlook tor
; Mr. 'At kins''"..,,
new I' i at ii l i s f
of. the I
I, "is the
i ii ai ged ' ai
l.a ,-Ullllllel s
a am, in o
lid their . are seVeial
1' this season. "The
atui'es proliably," he
c lun ch wide pastor's
h" t.ik. - 'up a good
if t he .lunalus
adopt i d
i u 11 In 111
I Ik- '
v'il'o I 'liar
o i ho
in ! i ! :
lleil I h
s' a. '.red
loll (i-i !
a i si
lie e- "1
! II in ,f i
t si 1 1 : 1 1
ft W 111
, 1 1
11 of '
era! ,'l'n r
! h.-il ' w i:h t ii
ch li'iii cave a pni
. the in
I o I li
"n a tin
: ici pa I o
Mis- II el
I Mr-, r.
ii S i s k , daught'i
. Si k. a the
aia.h oh Wedii.
Return For Summer
l'"uircraj s.erv'ic.'es were held. on Sun
day afternoon at thre - o'clock, from
the (Jueon resilience . tor .irarina,
'T.oijlse' Queen," 1 1. -ruing daughter of !
Mr.- and Mrs. Jooh M.. (ueen. wdm
pas-r.,! away a! "': 1 5 on '.'''Saturday
niorning. Rev, I'a.d Hardin. Jr., pas
tor (if. the First Molhcdi-t church,!
ollii'iated. ' ..Interment, was; in thi-j
Queen family burial ground a' Maple
. Pallboarirs were: Sam II. HushTiell,
Jr . James Ilo.-e. Miia Ferguson,
Marcus McCracken, ,1. ',' Allison ,. and
itoberf Howell,, 'Jr.
Surviving are her ;; :' -w'o
hrothersy James S; ami John 'Queen,
and one sister. Mis-; Cathryn (u-en.
' Among- those from our of town
attending ho fungal w,-re: Mr
Manson Shook. Mi-. Roy t:r.(Avn and
daughter, .Mrs, Fred H'own. ond
daughter, of W,-; A; - '' .
.an.F Mr. W. T. , Halh of Brevard, M r
and Mrs. G. M. .TaySoi', of A n,-vtlle
Mr. and' Mr. Coman - Francis. o:
Clyde, ; and. Bo1-h- V. i rk. 'f W :i
c;: .:. fWivpntinn
To Meet Un unaayiAT; uqff:p s 1 e r
- m . ,
Freeman Wins 3ledai
The Haywood County Singing Con
'vention will meet at the court house
jn Waynesville on Sunday, June 9th,
for an all-day singing.
Officials of the organization urgea
.that all singing classes, Qart
3uets, and all singers attend. Sing
Vim OUltJlIC sv-;--.'
Rt well as the public.
On Police Force
Sherrill Leatherwood, former spee
cop here, has been placed , on th
local police force, succeeding F. L
Milner, who is confined to hi home
on account of illness.
Air Milner .-."succeeded Air. Evans
several weeks ago when the latter
'resigned to take over police work
in Clvde. Xo other changes have
been made on the force
Ciithev Working On
New County Budget
County Auditor T.J. Cat hey w. dig
ging out records, and compiling lig
uii's in preparation to stibinit ! ing a
tentative budget to the board of nuii
iii is 'mne i s "foj- 'lie new , fiscal year
which will, lie'g-in-' July lirst.
.' It will take several vwM.ks 1,, compile
all of the ilatii,. aiul work- in all the
clainis rliat will hircorni' 'tile m June.
Mr. ( 'at bey expects to submit his
ijgiiie- to the board , at their second
meeting ih July.
SIMMER VISITORS HAVE
NARROW AUTO ACCIDENT
ilferd, -ilaugl.it i' id':
ill 1 11
I ' I -t I
M i i d I eil M
I Mr-. W. ( . Medford
tiro two yea,
'. Diploma I , h;i
-11101111'!.. M i.
eil U I' ll -olio!
i lie pa-t year
t he a s i- t an1 s
dlcge. Mi- M
tea I'll 111
1 1 , 1 : . h.
Ol . f !'!'
( oitn-t v
i a t i
iiir c nil i cli : eil' i
. 1 ti al.zi the idc
a lid ilia Hit a mi her
he g'eal IIMltllli
To' tills elli I VVc a I '
, '," he
o I l 'a -!'
I hem a i e
Dav; I '. .
Ke v. I 'a ul
I .1 U Unit
iini i v- u ill appeal
ir June and July,
l iie . I'oMow ng : Jo
.1 une 'J, 1 1 i woo I
t'.'iiier I lark, lun '
; liar li'i, Jr., June,
Kelil. . I'l lllllg t ll''
M i i
ai s liip ' honor -.
, die- lia- been;
in !.hi' library
(;il fotd has been
t lie llaeiu nod
I lea i
.''.Mrs'.- X.. D. Danib"nd party, from'Si
D.tersburg, had , a, narrow cscapi
Tuesday when en route to their sum
nier home; at Providence Lodge a
Lake Junaluska. A drunken drive
forced their car off the highway oil th
(Jreenyiile - Hendersonville highway
Kvcenr f.o- the fact that a smal
stump caught the tear axle of. th
car,' ... J i.'oulii have p" ur.ged down a
sixty-foot , embankment. .
Little (larnage was done to the. car
hut ail occupants; Were unnerved by
This is Mrs. Lamb's 12th year. here,
and her .second as manager, of '..the
1, T r c eiiiai:. !"
I- 1 1 mal.
I Itaftie- Siler I'M
,,f Mr. and Mrs. .11.
also a, graduate in i he i'v
.in,. : teacher's, work. Mis
vva- act ivo in . t h " t udeiT
t ion.-:, and was wiiine,- of i I
ined.tl' .i'lt 1 he ijist i irt ; .
s pi ing, ' . f
Krnest Mel racken, n of Mr. A.;
J. Mc lackeii, of Lake Junalu-ka, -Ti
ccive.l his II. S.; '.degree !' roiii tiie.;col
.lege, lie was jironiiiiently ldonlii.e'l
With all . student. -'' activities,-' having
hceii . voted thi' .mo; t popular boy in
the S nior I'la.ss, and having soi-yed
m esu ent (i one ol t M- n.eiarv
,-nejetros. Mr. Mc 'racken ha
e!e..:ted Principal of the Fust
;e. ilje school. . .
Among th : o'hor .studonts
. Waynesville and vicinity, are
Helen Cnon, of. Fines Creek,
Helen Davis, of Iron Dutf. .Miss
Medford, of - Lake Junaluska,
iiUsn .Aliim jUl'LCar! VJU'J ;
to h I
V'.a t! he
'liaiii , S.
1 a i :i
'ado i .
.1 ii i
' v 1 1 .
ti. , j
l ir.' - Shall
a in . I'
BIRTH iit ( F.VFM'S
and M r
ice, U. I .
f a datigtitei',
on Ma v 2.:. M :
Mi. and Mrs. I'
a io-:tion ,v:;.h
Lu'I.'c 1" !':;!' tjri
Kiivviii lliwt l
;!';i,s- the son
f.veil, and h"
!e and M
'i o"ide n--e
v. of I
MR. AXD MRS. D. W, MILLER RE
TURX TO WA YXESVILLE
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Miller, (Carolyn
Miller) and three small sons, of Way
cross, Ga., have arrived for the sum
mer season, and will again occupy
the Clyde Ray cottage, on Main
street. Mrs. Miller, who is at work
on a novel, will devote her time to
Miss Hattie Siler Freemin, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins Free
man, was awarded the college medal
for being the outstanding debater at
Cullowhee College this past year.
IMiss Freeman is also a member ol
the intercollegiate debating teom.
HOTEL WA YXESVILLE TO OPEN
Htotel WaynefvillK, jane of the
town's popular summer hotels, will
open today for guests. It will be
under the management of Mrs. Grady
Miss Withers Given
Cup For Her Acting
Decatur. Ga. (Special to the Mountaineer.)--
Miss Hester Anne Withers
daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. E. L.
Withers, graduated on Mav the 2Sth
from Agnes Scott College. During
he- college career Miss Withers has
participated, in many of the various
college activities. She was president
of the Blackfriars, a member of the
Cotillion Club, the Bible Club, the
French Club, the International Re
lations Club and the Y. W. C. A. Cab
inet. She was also a member of the
Freshman and Sophomore Stunt com
mittee and a Freshman sponsor.
Miss Withers, an outstanding stu
dent, was particularly interested in
dramatics. She was awarded the silver
loving cup for the best acting of the
year, following- the Blackfrairs Dra
matic Club's offering of "Cheophore"
by Aeschylus at commencement. ;
Drown. ' f i'
Mav ;he 2i.
son of Mr-.. I
k I .. id.
( amp Bragg,''
a daughter, on
Crown is the
ar:t..'.ir e th
Mrs.. i;av:mori'l Swayngim
birth of a daughter, at
n 'he Maun; v ! ove, an.
MASONS TO MPKT
C. B. Hosaflook, nm.'i r of the local
Masonic Lewlge, issued the following
announcement yes -enlay: . "All visit-,
ing. Masons are. invited to attend a'
regular communication, of Waynes-'
viile Lo-ige No. 2."1'. A. V. and A. M.
on Friday night at p. m. Refresh
ments Wi.l be served."
OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT
Date Max Min
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31 78 52
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2 - 81 ' 54
3 81 55
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