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Page 17 of Mountain Life & Work vol. 31 no. 2 Spring, 1955

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17 Guild Elects New Members Seventeen new members were elected at the spring meeting of the Southern Highland Handicraft Guild in Gatlinburg in March. This was the 25th anniversary meeting, the Guild having been organized at the annual meeting of the Conference of Southern Mountain Workers in 1930. Additional members will be voted on at the fall meeting of the Guild at Abingdon, Virginia, October 14-15, 1955. Craftsmen who wish to seek membership at that time should write the Guild office, 930 Tunnel Road, Asheville, North Carolina for information. Louise L. Pitman is Director. New members selected at the spring meeting include: DESIGNER-CRAFTSMEN ENAMELS, The Masters, Brevard, North Carolina WEAVING, Cove Handicrafters, Gatlinburg, Tennessee CRAFTSMEN FK)OKED RUGS, Miss Claribel Harn, Greenville, South Carolina WOOD SCULPTURE, Miss Mary Ulmer, Cherokee, North Carolina LAPIDARY, Mr. W. M. Ball, Roaring Gap, North Carolina BOUTONNIERES, Mrs. 0. K. Cole, Asheville, North Carolina WEAVING, Mrs. A. H. Allen, Asheville, North Carolina JEWELRY, Mrs. Miriam Thompson, Knoxville, Tennessee DOLLS, Mrs. Leon F. Deschamps, Swannanoa, North Carolina DOLLS, The Hilton Family, Marion North Carolina METAL, Mr. Peter Lowe, Spruce Pine, North Carolina SILK SCREENING, Mr. Leon Mead, Knoxville, Tennessee ENAMELS, Mrs. Mollie Arneach, Cherokee, North Carolina ENAMELS, Mr. Ben F. Seitz, Fishersville, Virginia FURNITURE, Mr. Don Ward, Gatlinburg, Tennessee FURNITURE, Mr. Thomas J. Scott, Gatlinburg, Tennessee APPRENTICE CRAFTSMEN BRAIDED RUGS, Mrs. Ralph Morris, Asheville, North Carolina CRAFT SUPPLIES Free Price List Sent on Request .... Prompt Mail Service TENNESSEE CRAFTS" Att: Ronald Slayton 2006 Sutherland Ave. Knoxville, Tennessee

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