FACULTY LOSSES AND GAINS
The session of 1933-34 began with the appearance of three new faces among the faculty group. Two old ones failed to make their appearance.
Miss Margaret Gray, member of our teaching force for three years, is now with the Interstate Securities Corporation in Charlotte, N. C. Taking her place is the new teacher of commercial subjects, Miss Eudora Dover of Rock Hill, S. C. Miss Dover is a graduate of Winthrop College, the South Carolina College for Women. Since her graduation in 1932 she has been doing stenographic work in her home city.
Mr. Edward Hamer, teacher of English from Christmas of last year until spring, is studying law in George Washington University, Washington, D. C. The school welcomes in his stead, Miss Susie Wilkie of Forest City, N. C., graduate of Queens-Chicora.
Miss Frances Heafner, of Hamlet, N. C., is a newcomer to the grammar school. Miss Heafner was graduated from the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina, in the spring of 1933.
Retaining a competent group of teachers is practically a tradition in Cliffside.The "nouvelles arrives" have already added much to the school life and are a great help in all its activities. They have organized their classes splendidly and have helped the entire school by their presence.
In behalf of the school the staff extends them a hearty welcome.