The Waynesville Mountaineer
T- h-t"-v of Haywood County.
' "neril opinion seems to be that
' h I't- cheaper this election
vt-r me candidate expressed
,U" ! 'bumper crop." Former dol
l! i" '.e will probably be fifty cents,
Ur '.. to some who. claim to know.
Th- professional politicians in dis
,,; smdv (irahams speech here
v'i-V.v afternoon felt that he made
1,. L.f v'tvs with his frank explana-
1 ,,f his views. Even those who
S'v 'ilreadv pic ked other candidates.
,nvr,l that he draw many votes
i'"'m '(,. McDonald column and pick
'u , that Mr. Hoey would have
Mr Avti. a public relations man
, r m, ii:..ham was all up-set Slon
j"T'Jf.,.rn.n.n when The AsheviKe
ii,r.uKh an error in the com-.'is-.
L, i-.Him. Kit the wronn picture
h,'it' Mr Graham's belonged. A
hii-r'.cil -phone call relieved his mind,
B,itt,v.i when he found that only a
fr jv. i-l 1'fvn printed wront;.
Tin iii.ly woman candidate on the
,.K..t this year Mrs. Helen
)l I., ns.in W'liol. of Greensboro, a
(am! for state treasurer, was a
vl-;:,i hen' the past week, and in the
Pi'vle ,.( .i veteran politician reported
be ivimpaiyn moving along "most
Asbury Howell, who has served ten
y,.,rs. at . different times, as county
(ntum:ss,.ner, announced this week.
Mr. llnuell was a member of the
i.iwnl when the first concrete hig-h-.iys
in the county , were built 5
ir,:U. lu. Hellwood, 5 miles up Pigeon
ami ; miles ,ovn towards Crabtree.
Ft the lirst time in Haywood pon
tine hit candidates are using wind
shield stickers' such as state condi
iiat freiiiienily use. And a third
.undid, ile is also passing out books
ef tti. l!e lies.
When Mr. K. M. Davis is in Way
nesville; he is. nearly always found
with J F. Calie, the other candidate
fer tnemiier of house of representa
tives. They spend much time togeth
er, yet their' race is likely to be one
"f the wannest in the entire county
.Mtmh interest is centering around
the register of deeds race a two
ni.iii affair.. Kdwin Haynes and Charles
The Kcpublicahs were very much
relieved when it was learned that I.
11 .lerdaii.. of Jackson County would
P" eppese Alfred K. Hampton, of
li:-'i:ird; f . r the nomination to state
''ieveland Cnunty Democrats pasx
'.'esuliit ion recently urging that
'.their fellow-townsman, Clyde Hoey
iiuniiri.i ted governor, "as he pos
qualities of leadership,
e!iiir:i. ier aioi integrity that the peo
I'te wf niili Carolina should reimire."
!),!""t shirty years ago a contest
I 'he p. sitiiin of state cnmniission
,f '-I'-eulture was staged between
li'dien vv Sl.j(j and Major William
i ra :ia m . on June 6th, the sons
'' !'p. in nts of a quarter of a
'e'iiur.v. a--ii will present themselves
ae Mitnrs-.nt the state they are
Ke, r. s,...;t and William A. C.ra
em. -v. ini is -present, commissioner of
!'H llhure. '
.1. V. Bailey's friends are
'Vr'ilriL' "ut reprints of letters from
J', A, i'iirioy, in Which the chair
riiaa ,,f th,. National Democratic Party
thinker! Senator Pinilpv frvr ttia rart
I'e'iXial in the flrt-nmnlisthmpnto. nf
lm i ill Congress and for the assis
"Ulef. -r.Ohllerert tVlA- nrjnifnlsfraUnn "
'ird earning from Raleigh is that
; "l"r i-ailey will have "easy sail
k !r -the nomination as senior
":"''tar ,,n June 6th, -.
e r?rp Ross Pou, candidate for
5 aite auditor, said recently: "Yes, I've
u.eiiej through a number of coun
' ,n !-)V campaign." He has been
,,' ' "'''"' for four years, since bus
...'i.ifiing injuries in an automobile accl
Honored At Brevard
T i '
. oonn Reno and Richard Queen, of
r't, funty, and students at Brevard
Vut?e, weire awarded letters "B"
r baseball b.j..i..- :.v
schedule, winning 14 games out of
. 18 the season.
tve.56 Haywood county etudents
'ir, 'i..retu'rn to their home follow-
p5. ".aduation exercises on June 10.
fi'r"t ,ls. a freshman and wiU bo a
6i ,E -lng man on next year"s squad.
aecn is a Benior and will continue
tjf?e work after having completed
V yfT, at Brevard College.
W a Bedford, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Medford, of Waynesville, has
iTB-S ied as one of the mar5"13
June College commencement on
dpB, when over hundred stu-
font' f,edfrd is one of seven stu
for V- osen from the freshman class
tcLw- on the bas's 'of high
prw C ratlng. A "Brevard Day"
I pI I ?lso Panned for June 10,
TiJit0.,10 dra eeveral thousand
"sitors to the campus.
Published In The County Seat of Haywood County
VOL. XLVIII NO. 22
Dates Are Set For
Vaccinating School j
Children In County
Typhoid And Diphtheria Clinics
Will Be Held In All Sections
Of County By Health
Typhoid and diphtheria vaccination
clinics will be held in various town-;
ships of the county under the aus-;
pices of the district health depart-'
ment, which should prove of interest
to parents. j
Statistics shvw that in Haj-wood
county last year there were 12 cases
of typhoid fever, with one death, and
47 ases of diphtheria with 3 deaths.
There has occurred one cute of ly-:
phoid, which resulted in death; and
four cases of diphtheria with one
death during this year,
The health department recommend
(that typhoid vaccination be riven
that typhoid vaccination be piven
every two or three years, and that
all babies be vaccinated against diph
theria between 6 and 12 months of,
age. There is no charge by the-j
health department for typhoid vac-j
cination, but it is necessary to charge
15 cents for each child vaccinated
against diphtheria to pay for the
vaccine. All parents are advised to
either consult their family physician
for these vaccinations ir to attend a!
clinic held by the district health de-;
partment according to the following1
June 1, 8, 15, 22. (
Maggie school, 9:00 A. M. I
Pellwood post office, 10:30 A.-' M.
Rock Hill school, 2:00 V. M. j
Cove Creek post otlice, :i:D0 I'. M. j
June 2, 9, 16, 23.
White Oak Pigeon Church, 9:30 A.'
Rathbone's Store, 77:00 A.
Upper Fines ('reck, 1:00
Piney Grove M. E. Church.
James Store, 3:00 P.. M.
June 3. 10, 17, 24.
Rock Spring School, 9:00 A
Big Branch School, 2:00 P. M.
Hyder Mt. School, 3:00 P. M.
Iron Duff School, 10:30 A. M.
June 4, 11, 18, 25.
Cruso School. 9:00 A. M.
Cecil School, 10:00 A. M.
Ricknian's Store, Woodrow,
Spring Hill School, 2:30 P
June 5, 12, 19, 2li.
Beaverdam School, 9:00 A.
Morning Star School. 10:30 A
Clyde School, 1:30 P. M.
Junaluska School, 3:00 P. M.
June (i, 13, 20, 27.
Wavnesville court house, 9:00
Saunook School, 9:00 A. M.
Allen's Creek School. 10: A. M.
Hazel wood School, 11:00 A. M.
Will Be On Sunday
Havwood Post No. 47, of the Amer
ican Legion, will hold a memorial
service at "-Green Hill cemetery on
Sunday afternoon at three o'clo k.
The' speaker will be Rev. W. A.
Rollins, presiding elder of the Way
nesville district of the Methodist
Church, South. All ex-service men
are asked to be present, and the pub
lic is invited.
Members of the American Legion
are requested to meet at the Legion
Home on Depot stfee at 2:30 o'clock
and in a body to the cemetery.
Legion To Give
On June the first the local Poet of
the American Legion will have the
grand drawing of the lucky number
for the Plymouth car which they are
giving away on that date. It will not be
necessary for the holder of the number
drawn to be present, as each ticket
has been marked with the purchaser's
name at the time of sale, however,
a, much interest has been aroused in
the giving away of the car, a large
crowd is expected on the court house
lawn at 11 o'clock on next Monday
Regular meeting of : the American
Legion to be held Tuesday night at
7!30 o'clock in the Legion Home on
It is important mat every ex-service
man that will receive his bonus
bonds be present, as full instructions
will be given at that time.
Miss Belle Bright, daughter of Mrs.
Jennie Bright, will be on the pro
gram given under the auspice of the
voice and music departments of the
Western Carolina Teachers College
in a concert at the First Baptist
church of Cullowhee on Sunday night.
GOES TO GREENSBORO
"William T. Hannah leaves tomorrow
for Greensboro where he will attend
a meeting of the boaTd of trustees
of the University of North Carolina,
of which body he is a member. Mr.
Hannah will be one of the leaders
who will fight to keep the school of
engineering at the North Carolina
University at Chapel Hill.
1,000 Expected To
At Lake June 1-5
Approximately 1,000 Wo
men are expected to attend
the regional meeting of Su
preme Forest Woodmen Cir
cle at Lake Junaluska, with
the first session being held
Monday, and lasting for five
James Atkins, superinten
dent in charge, announced
that this was one of several
large groups that would hold
meetings at the Iake dur
ing the coming season.
A number of boarding
houses and hotels are open
ing this week at the Lake in
preparation for the confer
ence. The openings this
week are about thirty days
earlier than last vear.
Baptist Women To
Meet Friday At
Bethel For Session
The women of the Havwood Han
fist Association will meet with the
Pethel church for an all-day session'
Friday at ten o'clock, Mrs. Jame.s H.j
Haynes, of Clyde, and ' superintends i
.'nt of the Haywood group, announced.
This will be the 21st annual .session. ';
The program is as follows:
10:00 A. M. Song, "Come Woman
Watchword -Jesus paid, "As the
Father hath sent me, even so send 1
Devotional Rev. Howard Hall.
Welcome Mrs. C. M. Hughes.
Response Mrs. Frank Albright.
Serving through -.Personal Service
Mrs. R. T. Messer.
Serving thj-ough Mission Study-
Mrs. S. H. Jones.
Service for Training School at W.
M. U. School at Louisville, Ky. Mrs.
T. H. Rogers.
Services for the Margaret . Fund
Mrs. W. H, llarbeck, Jr.
11:00 Report of Superintendent.
Recognition of group 'superinten
dentsMrs. J. R. Thompson, Mrs. Roy
Medford, Mrs. Paul Walker.
11 :,'!() Roll call of churches.
'Business. Appointment of commit
Song "Lead on, () King Eternal."
1 ;: Heck Memorial Fund.
12:00 Address Mrs. Ivlna IX
1 :00 Adjourn.
2:00 Song "The King-lorn is Com
ing." Devotional-- Reverend R. G. Miice
2:20 Conference Mrs. J, R. Mor
gan.. 2:4o Business Report of Commit
tees: Place, Resolutions, Nomina
ting, Treasurer's ' Report, .Reading of
:i::io Song "Plest Be the Tie.";
: Adjoui n.
Plans Made For
The Young People
This summer reems to offer much
to the young people of our town in
the way of healthful activities. Under
the PVA, Miss Perry, M-iss Crocker
and Miss Medford are meeting an in
terested group several mornings in
the week. Opportunities to sing, knit,
do other handwork, and to give dra
matic performances will be offered by
Before school eloped, a dozen high;
school jrirls. planned friendly Satur-
dav afternoon club. 1 he nucleus oi
the club Anna Medford, Mildred
Phillins. Francis Turner. Ruth Turner,
Virginia Kellett, Louise Russell, Ro-
bena Smith. Charleen Rotha, Gather-'
ine Hill, and the inevitable Cinnamon
met recently on the lawn at Mrs.
Kellett's to plan their activities.
There will be one business meeting;
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in wnicn tne group win pian we uuic:
meetines. one outdoor meeting, a
j meeting for handwork, and possibly a
M .,nH,nn4. mOAiitiff aUVlftllO-k
fetU-IIifllVVUIIICIlt IIIV-.H.-R, a.-.-u.-.
the idea was not highly approved by
PURE OIL MEN MEET
The Pure Oil Co. of the Carolinas
held an advertising meeting here for
the benefit of their operators in this
territory, A two-reel moving picture
on Purol Products was shown.
LITTLE JOE HOWELL HURT
Joe Howell, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Howell, of this city, was pain
fully injured last week when he
caught his arm in an electric wash
ing machine. Hi arm was pulled in
between the rollers, and while badly
bruised, no bones were broken.
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Boyd, Jr.
Mre. G. W. Coble, and Miss Margaret
Perry were among those motoring to
Asheville during the week.
At The Eastern Entrance
WAYNESVILLE. N. C. THURSDAY, MAY
Mrs. James Caldwell I
Seriously Hurt In An
Waynesville Woman ISadly Cut
When Car And Truck Collide
Mrs. James Caldwell, of Waynes
ville, was seriously Injured about
three oYlovk Wednesday afternoon,
when the car in which she and her
husband were riding" on the Burnett
Cove road was struck by a truck.
Mrs. Caldwell received serious cut
and was rushed to the Norburn Hos
pital in Ahe.vilV 'Mn Cald-wfllV,
while cut and bruised, was not seri
ously hurt, it was believed by those
investigating the wreck.
The Caldwells were driving a Ford
V-8, and the impact almost complete
ly ilomolished it.
Mrs. Caldwell aP before her mar
riages Miss AmialH"Jle Medford, of
Fifty Letter Car
riers To Meet At
Lake On Saturday
Approximately fifty letter carriers
from ten counties in Western North
Carolina will gather at lake Jiina-i
lufka Saturday for their annual,
Memorial Day outing, it wiy announ-l
ccd this week ny r.. ayne Kogers, oi
Waynesville, who is president of the
Mr. Kogers stated that the program
winil.r .'.be-, i short. With only one prin-i
eipul speaker, A picnic lunch- will be
served at the noon hour.
Membership of the organization is
composed, of carriers in Haywood
lluneombe, Madison, Clay, Cherokee,
(iraham, Jackson, Macon, Transylva
nia, and Swain.
ference Held Here
A .district young people's- confer
ence of the Presbyterian groups cov
ering the territory from the Farnn
School at Swannanoa to Franklin, was
held at the Presbyterian church here
beginning nt three o'clock on Sunday
afternoon and Jailing through the
George Wilson, Southern Field so -rctary
of the Christian Kndeavor,
made the principal address of .the '-occasion'..-
.Among the visiting minis
ters were the Rev; W. F. Creson, uf
Asheville, and Hev. J. A. Flanagan, Of
During the interim between the af
ternoon and evening sessions, the yis
ililljf groups were the guests of the
local young . people-, nt a picnic sup
pci' On the lawti of the Church.
Roy Bri,2(), Was
Buried Last Friday
.- Last 'rites were conducted iri Fri
day 'afternoon at two o'clock from the
Iluptist cliuich, for Roy Hriggp, 20,
son of Mr. and .Mrs, (). I.. Hriggs.J
with the Rev. II, W. Iinucom, pastor,
officiating. Interment was in Green!
Hill cemetery. I
r'alllHareis were Jack Edwards, -Ned:
I'lniruson, Marvin Thompson,.:-. Ken-!,
neth. Steely, Kay Austin, and Paulj
Cam phe!l. . . j
Young Hriggs died' 'on ' Thursday:
mornirkg at -'-(the Haywood County I
Hospital following ' injuries' re- elved
in an automobile, accident on Sunday
afternoon on the Syl va-Cullowhee(
highway. ' His corxlition at the time,
wh.i le cfinsidered uite painf ul, was
not judged to lie serious. l-p until
Six t) clock on Wednesday aliernoon,
everything seemed in his favor, when
a sudden change was taken.
The accident occurred on the highway-
-between Sylva and (Tulhiwhee,
when young Priggs and some com
panions were returning home. The
ovtr y Br
i . . ... -.i ...j,..-lU
was found to be pinned under the car.
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i "" l".,r ,
Surviving are the parents, Mr. and
Mrs. O. L. Rriggs, two brothers, 0.
L. Briggs, Jr., ami Bruce Briggp ;
two sisters, Geraldine and Doris.
Mars Hill Alumni
Hold Meeting Here
On Monday evening a dinner meet
ing of the Mars Hill Alumni Associa
tion of Haywood county wafl held in
the banquet hall of the Welch Sun
day School Memorial building of the
First Baptist church here, with around
thirty-two persons in attendance.
Walter Crawford, president, presided.
The program of the evening was
featured by number, from a group of
students from the college, which in
cluded a reading by Miss Jessie In
dorff and magic trkks by Howard
Richardson, amateur magician.
Of special interest wa the talk
given by Mrs. J. T. Fincher, of Crab
tree, who was a student at Mars Hill
in 1900, and who told of life at the
college at that time. A brief talk
was also made by S. O. Trantham,
member of the faculty of the college.
Plans are to perfect the county or
ganization in the near future, and
work for a possible membership of
150. -.'" :-
of The Great Smoky Mountains National Park
To Speak On Sunday
Dr. R. L. Moore To
At Cove Creek Sun.
Dr. R. I.. Moore, president of Mars
Hill College, will ho the principal
speaker at the Haywood County fifth
Sunday Union meeting and associa-
tional P. T. U. convention, to be hel
Sunday, May :U, at the Cove Creek
Paptist churn h.
The theme of the program will be
"Launching out in Church Activites.'
In vnnnect ion with this theme, Dr.
Moore will addres the congregation
on I-aunchiiig out in Christian Kd
ho- more than thirty-eight years,
Dr. Moore has been president of Mais
Hill College, an institution devoted
to Christian education; and, conse
quently he is regarded U.s one of North
Cai'olinaV outstanding authorities )iv
this subject. He is an intercut ing and
talented speaker and a minister of
the highest tyjie. His address Sunday
should be highlv educational and in
spirational, Another important feature of the
program, according to James Mat
thews, president of the Haywood
County H. T. U will 1m the reports
of the churches on the proposed plan
to employ several special H. T. U
workers, who will teach special train
ing courses t the young people of
Haywood -county during the summer
months. Matthews and his colleagues
already have in mind several workers
who will probably be employed if the
plan is accepted.
The entire-program for the mi'eting
10;. 'Ul A. M., Devot m - Jesse 'jaines.'
10:45 A. :.M Launching out in the
S. S, '('caching I'eiiod Paul Murray.
11:15 A. M., LMimching out. in S. S.
Organization L. L, Morgan.
12:00 Noon, Hinder on the ground.
1:00 IV M., Liiuiiching out in Faith
and Devotion Wilbii'- Pickett,
, -I ,:U0 P. M . , Launciiing -out in H. T.
U. '.Study Courses Mrs. Knight.
1 :-IO P M Siccial Music,
1 : 15 P. L, Ueimrts.
2:00 P. M., LaiiiH-hing out in Chris
tian Ivlucution-, Dr. It. L. Mooic.
2:15 p. M, Ad.j(iurnni( nl .
Loeal Hikers To
Trip In BaSsanis;
. ." The Balsam Mountains Hiking Club
will join the Asheville club on an over
night trip in the Transylvania Bal
sams this wek-etid, Some '.'members!
of the, Atlanta hiking club are expect-!
ed also.. ' - .'. !
The camp will be near tin- head of
Davidson's river, ami the .climb will,
begin at .Gloucester' Gap., The main
hike is to Silver Mine Bald and Dev-'
il's -Court House, but a shorter hike
will, lie. conducted for those who wish
. Anyone going from fi-re would
leave about 4 :.'i0,. Saturday afternoon.
May U0.. Those interested'' in--the' trip
-can contact .Margaret Hyatt for
Rural Carriers To
Leave At 8 O'clock
Postmaster J. H., Howell announced
yestenlay that beginning June first,
the two rural mail carriers from the
local post office wilr leave at eight
o'clock instead of waiting, until after
the 10:20 train, as has been the rule
since May first.
Patrons on the rural routes signi
fied their desire to have an early
delivery rather than wait for the
morning mail which would come by
train, he raid.
Father Lane of St. John's Catho
lic church, was among those who at
tended the pageant at the Western
Carolina Teachers College at Cullo
whee on last Friday. Father Lane
states that it was one of the most
beautiful presentations he had ever
witnessed out of doors, and was high
in his praise of the students and
faculty for their work.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufu3 H. Blackwel
spent the week-end in Bristol, Tenn.,
as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
$1.00 IN ADVANCE IN tX)l;NTY
Sam Hipps, 40. Was
Killed In Wreck
Early Sunday A M.
Roadster Crashed Into Hack Of
I-trjre Lumber Truck On
Highway Between Here
Sam Hipps, 40, of Crabtree, lived
only about four hour afUtr sustain
ing facial injuries in an automobile
col-lfekin about mid-iirht Sutunday
on the highway Intwcen Jiere and
The roadster in which Hipps was
in, crashed into the reur of a large
lumber truck, which had just stop
ped by two boys named Itryson, from
Jackson county. The driver of the
truck said they had stopix'd to repair
a tail light, when the nuutster ran
into them. The place of ,the incident
is a straight road.
Charlie Rhinehart, of '-union, was
driving just behind the car in which
Hipps was in, and carried 4oth Hipps
and Huford Noland to the hospital.
Nolaiwi was bruised and cut, but wan
able to leave the hospital Sunday.
Officers from the sheriff's depart
ment investigated the accident imme
diately. The two Hryson boys, together with
their father, were lu re Monday for a
hearing, but it has been postponed
pending the time being set by Solici
tor Queen. The Hryson boys are not
It was not learned wlielber Hipps
or Noland was driving at the time of
The funeral wns held Monday after
noon at the Crabtree Baptist church
for Hipps, with Rev. Forrest Fit
guson and ihe Rev. Howell in charge.
The church was filled to overflowing.
The deceased is surviveil by four
children mid a number of relatives,
Mrs, Hipps died sometime ago.
Flowers Shown At
Spring Show Here
On Tuesday from- 2 oVlock in the
afternoon until 0 in the evening the
Siring Flower ShovW which Was
sponsored by the Wonian'n lub, vvas
held in the building formerly occu
pied by the Wayncwood Theatre.
While the show was not as large
a. it has been on former occasions,
which was accounted for by the lack
'of . rains during the past few weeks,
the entries were up to thrir usual
standard in arrangement.
Serving as judges for the show were
Mr. -ami Mrs. R. T. Robinson, of Rob
inson's Flowdr Shop, of Asheville,
and Mrs. C. 1). Colby, of the same City.
Following the awarding of the prizes
t he judge,,. Were entertained at lunch
eon at the Hotijl I.eFaine by the
committee, in 'charge of tlw show.
Prize winners were as' follovvs:
Peoniivs, first 'piri.e Misn 'Hetsy
Lane (Quintan, second, Mrs. Richard
Barber; iris, first, Mrs. Rufus Siler,
second. Mrs. Joe Tate; oriental pop-'-pies,
Mrs. , Charley Thomas; col inn-'
bine, Mrs, Joe Tate; pyre the mini, Mrs.
Harry Hall; ragged robin, Miss Sarah
Jane Walker; hybrid roses, Mrs. Allen
Black; climbing' rose, Mrs. Hugh
Mass-ie; pansies, Mrs, Harry Hall; yel
low flowers, Mrs. Rufus Siler; com
bination of two flowers, Mrs. Oliver
Combination of three varieties, Mrs.
("la'ytoii. Walker; -.best, -.wild flowers,
first prize, Miss Fmily. Siler ; second,.
-Miss Kvelyn Siler; best breakfast
table, first, Mrs. W'ilford Ray;, second,
Mr. W- L. Hardin.
The committee in charge of the
show for the Wviman's Club was Miss
Caroline Alstoatter, Mrs. Jrayden
Ferguson, Mrs. Felix Stovall. Mrs.
S. P. Gay, and Mrs. Carroll Bell. :!
Poppy Day Will Be
Pojipy Day will be ibserved in
Waynesville this year on Saturday,
May HO, when memorial poppies to
be worn in honor of the Word War
dead will be distributed throughout
the city by the Waysesville unit of
the American Legion Auxiliary.
The poppiep, made of crepe paper
by disabled veterans will be offered by
"Poppy Girls" in the business dis
trict thoughout Memorial Day. The :
contribution in exchange for the
flowers will aid the disabled veteran
and needy families of the veterans.
Funds gathered from the annual
Poppy Day form one of the principal
sources of support for the nation-wide-child
welfare work is not limited to
children of veterans, but includes
many underprivileged children, to
whom are given wholesome home sur
roundings, schooling and a fair chance
in life. -:''''.
Thursday 70 4t
Friday . 78 43
Saturday 77 40
Sunday 80 . 41
Monday 84 45
Tuesday 88 48
Wednesday 8!) . 67