Clipped From Bluefield Daily Telegraph
Young People Qualify In Red Cross C/asses Rand Wharton And Conley Snidow Jr., Give Instruction At Lake Shawnee And Falls Mills In Swim* ming, Life Saving; Awards Are Presented Rand Wharton, who is connected with the American Red Crow, Ifft. yesterday for Charleston, after bav- Inir spent three monthi In ttluetield, while conducting classes of instruction In swimming and Hie saving. Instruction was nivon at Lake Shawnee and Fall* Mlllfl. Conley Snidow Jr., was assistant Instructor. Mr. Wharton will open a series of Winter classes at ths Y. W. C. A. building. In Charleston. Stanley Snidow, Lake Sliawnec, and Bernard Pedneau, Princeton, qualified as senior life savers, and were presented with pln« and emblems. Among the beginners and swimmers who qualified for the junior life savers' course, and were presented badges, were: Buddy Stowers, Bob Lazenby, Charles Flynn, Junior Wickham. Lllwyn Bennett, Junior Carr, of Bluefleld; Cameron Far- quharpnn and Mary Ellen Farquharson, Coopers; C. C.' Brock, Bristol, Va.; Oren Kyger, Rayhurn Chestnut, Zuma Haller. Louis Fantl, Eldrlge Burford, Harold Miller. Junior Hurd, Jack Tanner. Edwin Stuliz, Joo Garnottl. James Snidow. Dorothy Robert*, Harriet chestnut and Bobby Snidow. Lake Shawnee: Pete Mc- Glothln. George Woolfolk, Wilson, Carter, D. T. Cnrr. Bill Lilly. C. C. Peters, Joe Rothwell and William Peery. Princeton, Those qualifying as junior life savers, and receiving pins and emblems, were: Owen Kyger. Zuma HAller. Rayburn Chestnut, of Lake Shawneo; Peter McGlothln. George Woolfolk, Bill Lilly. Bill McClung. Calvin Petera, Bill Strong, Norman Hoke and Dan Carr. Prlnpeton. Campers at Lake Shawnee and the Falls Mills Swimming club were organizations represented in the courses.