J. S. NUTT
As we are not mind readers we can 't say what
one of the demonstrators thought this was when
he first saw him. The demonstrator expressed the
opinion that he thought "Nut" was from South
America, but was mistaken in the original home of
"'It," as he was captured in the State of Missis¬
sippi, U. S. A., by the Dean and brought along to
fill in space in the class. The day of miracles is
not yet over, as in due time the faculty) of the
S. D. C. will have made a dental surgeon out of a
Joy Singleton Nutt was' born at Goodhope, Miss.,
December 13, 1888.
Address, Lena, Miss.
J. Y. McKenney
It was by a mere accident that we had this
young man as a classmate, as we have lately learned
that while in Weaverville College he was preparing
for the ministry, and was then known among his
associates as '' Preacher.'' It seems that he must
have fallen from his original ideals; evidently he
thought it would be easier to live the life of a den¬
tal surgeon than to follow the footsteps of the
Apostles. He must have made his first wrong step
by becoming a '' Knight of the Grip," as it is a
well-known fact that very few traveling men are
religiously inclined. Nevertheless, "J. Y." is a
jolly good fellow, and possesses fine practical abil¬
ity aid all those valuable assets which insure suc¬
John Young McKenney was born at Horseshoe,
N. C, May 6, 1886.
Address. ITendersonville, N. C.