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REPORT CF THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF WILKES COUNTY 

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MICHIGAN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

DETROIT, MICH. 

Organized 1867 Assets $12,000,000.00 

The only Company which issues a regular 20 Payment Life 
Insurance Policy and guarantees to pay you back at the end 
of that time every dollar that you have paid in, or in the 
event of your prior death, to pay the face of the policy to your 
beneficiary. Or at the end of the twenty year period, they 
will give you paid up insurance for the face of your policy 
and a guarantee (not estimated) dividend of about 30 per 
cent of your premiums. This policy also provides that these 
dividends which are to be payable at the end of twenty years 
will pay the last four, five or six premiums, which varies ac- 
cording to age. In other words, this is the policy you want 
and every result is guaranteed. There can be no disappoint- 
ment in a policy of this kind. 

Be sure to investigate this policy before taking Life Insur- 
ance. Write us about it, giving your age, occupation and Post 
Office address. 

We also represent practically all the leading Fire Insurance 
Companies and can give you the best protection of this kind 
to be had. 

We represent the North America Accident Ins. Co. which 
issues an up-to-date line of Health and Accident policies. 
Rates reasonable. 

If it is Insurance we've got it, and will place it in the best 

[ compantes.'jW.^ are menjtrer&Tjf €ln A.gency which furnishes 

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GWYN & GOLVARD CO., North Wilkesbore. N. G. 

R, W. GWYN, Pres. W. E. COLVARD, Secy, and Treas. 

Office in Bank of North Wilkesboro Building. Phone 10 



fterifa Carolina State Library? 
Raleigh 



ANNUAL REPORT 

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OF THE 



Public Schools of Wilkes County^ 



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Iron and Wire Fence, Anything in the 
Cementery Line. Call, Phone or Write Us 

NORTH WILKESBORO, or LENOIR, N. C. 



Keeps on hand at all times a large assortment of 

COFFINS and GASKETS, BURIAL ROBES, ETC. 

Day Phone, 85 
Night Phone, Valley Hotel, 1. 



TO THE BOARD OF EDUCATION: 

Gentlemen: I herewith respectfully submit to you my 
annual report of the Public Schools of Wilkes County 
for the scholastic year ending June 30, 1914. 

I desire to congratulate you upon the success of the 
work during the past year. In some respects it has 
been the most notable year in the history of the work 
in the county. I wish to call your attention to the table 
showing the progress of public education in our county 
since the year 1900. It is indeed a wonderful story and 
one of which we are justly proud. 

With best wishes for the continued success of the 
work in our county, I am, 

Most sincerely yours, 
C. C. WRIGHT, 

County Supt. of Schools. 
Hunting Creek, N- C. 
June 30, 1914. 



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Covers 300 to 350 square feet, two 
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I NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. 5S 

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TO THE PEOPLE OF WILKES COUNTY : 

Feeling that it is a duty we owe to the public to give 
au account of the progress of public education in the 
county each year and believing that the patrons of the 
public schools, the school officers, and the friends of ed- 
ucation will be pleased to receive this information, and 
that a better knowledge of what our schools are doing 
will tend to create more interest in them we gladly pre- 
sent to you this our eleventh annual report trusting that 
the work done and the results achieved merit and may 
receive your approval. 

Very truly yours, 

C. W. WRIGHT, 

County Supt. of Schools. 
Hunting Creek, N. C. 
June 30, 1914. 



HENRY-MILLER SHOE COMPANY 

Wholesale and Retail Shoes 
NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. 

We endeavor at all times to have the best 
shoes obtainable on the largest shoe markets 
of which Boston is the greatest. 

We use our best efforts always to have 
the newest production in footwear. 

Our stock is always full of the best staple 
style which so many people always need. 

Our prices are always as low as can be 
on good dependable shoes, shoes which we 
know will give satisfaction. 

When you have the opportunity, will ap- 
preciate a call irom you to investigate our 
shoes and our prices. 

We will be glad to meet you and have 
you make our store your home while in the 
town. 

Eespectfully, 

HENRY-MILLER SHOE CO. 






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SCHOOL DIRECTORY, 1913 -14. 
Board of Education. 

C:^FIELD™ R ' Chail ' man ' Wilkesboro, N.C 

R-UPEOFFIT,'..;... c^T'Vn 

C. C. WRIGHT, Secretary' » ' V"' n T ^ 

C H FFRPTTQnx Z 7 ' Hunting Creek, N-C. 

C H. FERGUSON, Treasurer, Wilkesboro, N.C. 

Public Examination Days 

October" ThUrSday ' Friday " ld SaWay iu J *Wd 
Regular Meetings of the Board of Education. 
First Monday in January, April, Jnly and October. 
Meetings of the Teachers' Association. 

NovTmbe, Friday ^ ^^ " S <* tember ^ 



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NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C. 

Capital, Surplus and Profits over 

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J. E. FINLEY, President 

R. W. GWYN, Cashier 

E. Q. FINLEY, Asst. Cashier 

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the business given us. Can't we have yours? 
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RECEIPTS AND SOURCES 

Balance From Last Year $3252-40 

Total County Funds for Year $28724.94 

Total County Funds From State $18158.88 

Rural Special Local Tax $4252.45 

Total Funds From All Sources $54588.67 

DISBURSEMENTS 

Teaching and Supervision $39835.82 

Building and Supplies $11749.00 

Administration $1933.00 

Total Expenditures $53517.82 

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TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION 

The meetings of the Teachers' Association have been 
well attended during the past year. Practically all the 
teachers of the county are members of this body and 
take an active part in the progress which our county has 
made along educational lines in the past decade. These 
meetings have enabled the teachers to meet and know 
each other. They have given them higher ideals, greater 
inspiration, and more love for the work in which they 
are engaged. The colored teachers have an association 
which meets regularly and which has done great good 
for the schools of that race. 

RURAL LIBRARIES 

"We now have one hundred and fifty-three original li- 
braries in the county, one in every school both white and 
colored, and one hundred and fifty three supplements 
have been placed in these. It is a source of much grat- 
ification to see how extensively these books are being 
read by both parents and pupils. I desire to take this 
opportunity to extend my sincere and hearty thanks to 
the friends of education who have so greatly aided us 
in this library work. Without this aid many of the li- 
braries which have gone into the schools of the county 
would not have been established. Wilkes county, by the 
way, has more original and more supplementary libraries 
than any other county in the State- 

We have long since taken all the libraries both origi- 
nal and supplementary to which our county is entitled 
under the law and have on hand quite a number of ap- 
plications waiting for the State aid to become available 
in December next. This, I take it, is one of the most 
unmistakable signs of our progress along the lines of 
educational development and one of the strongest indi- 
cations that our people are becoming vitally interested 
in the success and welfare of their children, and are be- 
coming rapidly alive to the vast importance of placing 
the world's best literature in their hands. The child 
who has access to a well selected library has a decided 
advantage over one less favorablv situated. This thing 



of libraries for the public schools is vastly more impor- 
tant than many of lis. with more books than we can read 
realize. Probably we do not stop to think that there are 
hundreds of pupils in our schools who hunger and thirst 
after good reading, who idle away the long winter even- 
ings longing for something to read but without the op- 
prtunity to satisfy their longing. It is for these children 
that books are necessary, books to feed their starving 
minds, books to incite them to intellectual growth, books 
to make them thinking men and women. 

THE TEACHERS' HONOR ROLL 

In casting about for some new method each year to 
improve the efficiency of the teachers under my super- 
vision, it occurred to me that as the honor roll for pupils 
in the schools here had accomplished so much that, per- 
baps, it might be wise to put into operation a similar plan 
for the improvement of the teachers professionally and 
otherwise. With this end in view I sent the following let- 
ter to every teacher in the county, both principal and as- 
sistant : 
Dear Teacher: 

In order to stimulate the work in the county I have de- 
cided to have published in my annual report of the 
schools of the county for the scholastic year 1913-14 an 
Honor Roll for the teachers. I shall be pleased to have 
you give the following information : 

District in which you are teaching. Township. Race. 
Teacher. Address. 

1- Are you a member of the County Teachers' Asso- 
ciation ? 

2. Are you a member of the Teachers' Reading Circle? 

3. Did you attend the last Teachers' Institute held in 
this county? 

4. Did you attend the Township Teachers' Meetings 
this year? 

5. Do you have desk copies of the text books which 
you are required to teach? 

6. Do you read any educational journal" If so, what? 

7. Have you raised funds this year for any purpose? 



If so, state what object, and the amount raised. 

8. Have you improved the 'louse and grounds in any- 
way? If so, state in what way, and the extent of the im- 
provement. 

9. Have you visited the patrons of your school this 
year ? 

10. Have you held any parents " meetings, debates, 
spelling matches, entertainments? 

11. Have you enrolled any corn club boys, or domestic 
science girls 

12. Will your school have an exhibit at the next county 
fair? 

13. Did your school observe Good Roads Day, North 
Carolina Day, or Washington's Birthday? 

Those answering 70 per cent, of these questions in the 
affirmative will be entitled to a place on the Honor Roll. 
Assistant teachers will answer questions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 
and 9. Five questions answered in the affirmative will 
entitle the assistant teacher to a place on the Honor Roll. 

This letter was sent out from the office here in Janu- 
ary, and I am greatly pleased with the results already 
discernible. Some teachers who have never been noted 
for any efforts to accomplish anything worth while along 
educational lines have suddenly become exceedingly ac- 
tive in the work, while it has been quite an incentive to 
many others. The names of all who succeded in getting 
on the roll were published in the local papers. The results 
have so far exceeded our most sanguine expectations 
that we have decided to make this idea a permanent fea- 
ture of the educational work of the county. It has been 
very gratifying to read the letters which have come to 
the office from teachers, school officials and friends of 
education in which they express their hearty approval 
of the scheme. Of the two hundred and thirty-four 
teachers at work in the county during the past year one 
hundred and fifty-four succeeded in getting their names 
on the roll. 

CERTIFICATES OF MERIT 

The award of a certificate of merit to all who were per- 



in attendance during the past year played no little 
part in the increased enrollment and attendance here- 
There were four hundred and one children to receive 
these certificates of merit and they came to receive them 
at the County Commencement from one end of the coun- 
ty to the other. Some parents traveled fifty and sixty 
miles to and from the County Commencement and lost 
three days on the trip. This is but one instance of many 
that might be cited showing the ever increasing interest 
on the part of our people in all things that pertain to the 
education of our children. It shows unmistakably that 
they are determined to give their children a better 
chance in the race of life than was alloted to them. This 
feature of the work will be continued in the schools dur- 
ing the coming year. 

THE TOMATO GIRLS 

The increase in the number of girls enrolled in the To- 
mato Clubs of the county has been truly remarkable. 
The enrollment last year reached thirty while this year 
it has gone to one hundred and sixty-four. The Depart- 
ment of Agriculture has made an appropriation to the 
work in this county for the purpose of securing three 
extra collaborators, the work being so heavy that it was 
found impossible for one person alone to look after it. 
Wilkes county has the distinction of leading the State in 
the organization of these Domestic Science Clubs, no 
other county, we learn, having anything like the enroll- 
ment found here. 

Many of the girls who have engaged in this work since 
its introduction in the county have made handsome prof- 
its as a result of their labors. Some of these have made 
money to pay their way in school while others have help- 
ed to meet the expenses of the family. The lessons that 
these girls learn here will be of incalculable value to 
them in after life- 

THE BOYS' CORN CLUB. 

The growth of this movement during the past three 
years has been phenomenal and Wilkes county today 



hag lilt; largest Boys Corn Giub in the United States. 

"We were enabled last year through the kindness of the 
county board of education and the Fair Association to 
give a prize to every one of the contestants making a 
report of his yield of corn. We Avere enabled also to 
give a prize to each boy making an exhibit at the round- 
up meeting at Wilkesboro in November- 

At the Wilkes County Fair in September the corn 
boys marched in the parade dressed in uniform and car- 
rying banners. This was decidedly the most interesting 
feature of the occasion. 

During the season of planting, cultivating and gather- 
ing the crop the boys received very helpful bulletins 
and letters from the Department of Agriculture con- 
taining valuable suggestions as to the best methods em- 
ployed in Agriculture. 

In my opinion this organization of the boys of our 
county is destined to mean more for the improvement 
of our people along agricultural lines than any other 
movement ever launched in the State. If we can succeed 
in inducing the boys in the schools as they grow up to 
manhood to learn more of scientific farming and to put 
the knowledge thus gained into actual practice we shall 
have done much toward solving the problem which con- 
fronts the tiller of the soil in this Southland of ours. 
There must be radical changes in the methods of farm- 
ing which exist today in most parts of the country if we 
hope to ever make the business of agriculture renumer- 
ative and not only must it be made renumerative but 
more attractive if we hope to keep the boys who are 
worth while on the farm. 

THE COUNTY COMMENCEMENT 

On May 29, 1914, at North Wilkesboro was held the 
fourth County Commencement in Wilkes. On that day 
teachers, school committeemen and those interested in 
public education gathered from all parts of the county 
and witnessed the graduating exercises of the class of 
1914, one hundred and eighteen strong from the common 
schools. Each graduate was presented with a diploma 



certifying that the holder had completed the common 
school course. This was indeed a gala day for the people 
of Wilkes and was in keeping with the educational de- 
velopments for the past few years. To my mind this 
is the most forward movement of our people along edu- 
cational lines yet undertaken. The County Commence- 
ment will be a permanent feature in the educational 
work of our county and no doubt it will be instrumental 
in inspiring many boys and girls to remain in school who 
would otherwise drop out in the lower grades. No doubt 
? number of these will go through the County High 
School tnus securing the diploma given on the comple- 
tion of the eleventh grade while some of these will go on 
to college and complete their education. Who can tell of 
the possibilities wrapped up in the County Commence- 
nient ! 

THE READING CIRCLE 

This circle embraces practically every active teacher 
in t!m- county. We have one hundred teachers in the 
county who have completed the four years' course and 
who have been given Diplomas from the State Depart- 
meni of Education. Many others have completed one, 
two and three years of the course and have received 
theii certificates of merit. This is the largest Reading 
Circli in the State we are told. This is indeed encour- 
aging and shows conclusively that our teachers are de- 
termined to keep abreast with the times and have real- 
ized that in order to keep pace with the progress along 
educational lines they must identify themselves with 
every effort for professional improvement. 

THE WORK OF THE YEAR. 

The year just closing has been the most successful one 
in the history of the work here. 

The enrollment and attendance have really been phe- 
nomenal when we consider the per centage enrolled and 
in attendance in the county as a whole. In the increase 
in the valuation of school property, in the number of 
painted school houses and in many activities the prog- 
ress has been truly gratifying. 



During tne year we have increased our number of Sup- 
plementary ' Libraries, the number of houses with bells, 
a number of buildings have been erected; while others 
have been repaired. 

The banner which is offered each year to the school 
making the highest average attendance was won by the 
school at the Arbor, District No. 2 of Wilkesboro town- 
ship, taught by Mr. and Mrs. TJ. A. Miller. The average 
daily attendance of this school was 86 per cent of the 
original census. The banner offered to the colored race 
was won by the school in District No. 1, Edwards Town- 
ship, Mr- W. J. Bridges and Miss Eddie R. Harris teach- 
ers. 

Our County High Schools at Wilkesboro and Ronda 
have done good work this year. These schools give free 
tuition to all public school teachers and to those pupils 
above the seventh grade. The school at Ronda has a 
course of study covering two years while that at Wilkes- 
boro covers a period of four years preparing the student 
to enter college. 

A well equipped dormitory is in operation at Wilkes- 
boro where good board is furnished at ten dollars a 
month. At Ronda good board may be obtained in pri- 
vate families at reasonable rates while cottages are rent- 
ed to those who wish to board themselves. 

By means of circular letters, correspondence, the local 
press, the telephone, through visits and personal inter- 
views I have endeavored to keep in close touch with the 
work this year. 

In conclusion I wish to express my grateful apprecia- 
ation of the assistance and cordial co-operation of the 
members of the Board of Education, the clergy, the bar, 
the press, the school committee, the teachers and friends 
of education all over the county who have given to me 
and to the cause of education their most loyal support. 

With thankfulness to God for His blessings upon the 
educational work of the year now closing and relying 
on Him for divine guidance may we rededicate ourselves 
to the great task which lies out yonder in the future be- 



fore us. May the friends of popular education be arous- 
ed to a sense of their duties, their responsibilities and 
their opportunities and let no one be content until proper 
educational facilities are provided for all, a comfortable 
building properly equipped and above all a teacher train- 
for the work, one whose personality can touch, inspire 
and direct the boys and girls of the State; teachers who 
can open the eyes of the pupils to the opportunities lying 
before them, teachers whose lives are in every way an in- 
spiration to their pupils and which will point them to 
higher, purer and nobler things. 



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COMPANY 



The new line from North Wilkesboro on the Daniel Boone 
Trail towards Boone. 




The trains now run to the new town of Grandin, the com- 
ing city of North Carolina, and to McNeill. Week day train 
leave North Wilkesboro for^Grandin at 2:00 P. M. on Sunday 

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at 10:00 A. M. and 4:45 P. M. Week day trains leave Grand- 
er 

in for North Wilkesboro at 7:00 A. M. and on Sunday at 
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8:00 A. M. and 3:00 P. M. 



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General Manager. 



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MILLER GROCERY COMPANY, INC. 

" *Jhe C)tone VY fiene Quality ff\,ules" 



Vegetables in Season 

We pay CASH for all country 
vegetables and produce. 

Quick Delivery Phone 58 



It you believe in education why hesitate 
to trade with us: for we were in business in 
North Wilkesboro long before the town be- 
gan to grow. It was in a little one room 
building 20 years ago we first began to 
measure goods over the counter to our 
customers. Our business has been growing 
ever since. Come and see the oldest and 
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Capital Stock Paid in $20,000,00 

North Wilkesboro, - ^ North Carolina 

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F. D. "FORESTER, Vice -Pres. ' A. SAFFORDTTeller. 

DIRECTORS: R. L. Doughton, J. M. Turner, Floyd C. 

9HB S£S Forester, Clem Wrenn, W. E. Colvard, F. 

D. Forester, R. Don Laws. 

"Accommodation of Customers Our First 
Consideration." 



Great Industrial 

FAIR 

Sept. 29, 30 and Oct 1, 
1914. 

A Home Coming Week 

FOR NORTH-WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA 

Correspondence solicited for Aeroplanes, Merry-go- 
Rounds, Wild West Shows, etc. 

Plenty of Amusements, Races, Innocent Fun and Music. 
All the best there is of live stock and farm products. Come 
and see what the other fellow is doing. Get your exhibits 
ready. Write J. R. Jones, North Wilkesboro, for a premium 
list. Write your relatives and friends at a distance to come. 
It will be a regular reunion and home-coming week for all for- 
mer residents. 

Profits and pleasure combined Don't miss it. The great- 
est time for ail the year for the "State of Wilkes. " 

Take a day off and bring the whole family. You will 
never regret it. 

We are anxious that the farmers co-operate with us 

WILKES COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION 

T. B. FINLEY, President JOHN R. JONES, Secretary & Manager. 



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Don't fail to rend the full-page Detective 

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Prices 25 cents per bottle. 



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The great FlesTi builder and Tonic. A systematic 
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N. C, March 21. 1912. 




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PHONE 48 

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