Students Brighten Up the Town in 1931


Transcribed by Norma Knotts Shaffer from microfilm of the Calhoun Chronicle dated 1/1/1931.

Students Home for Holidays

Practically all students from Grantsville and vicinity who are attending universities and colleges in various sections of the state are at home this week spending the holidays with their parents.  Quite a number from the county are attending higher schools and their presence in Grantsville has brightened up the town this week and added greatly to the Christmas festivities.

Among those here are:

West Virginia University - Misses Myrtle and Una Jarvis, Alma Ayers, Sue Mathews, Edna Cornell, Mrs. Edith Stepp, Thurl Proudfoot, David Oles, Page and Howard Hamilton.

West Virginia Wesleyan - Miss Grace Hamilton.

Marshall College - Misses Ruth McDonald, Virginia Hathaway and Blendalena Proudfoot.

Broaddus College - Miss Oma Harris and Asa B. Harris, Jr.

Glenville Normal - Misses Ione Cox, Glena Gainer, Eva Law, Messrs. Jack Bland and Henry Kight.

Shepherd College - Robert H. Mollohan and Bernard Hays, of Arnoldsburg.