WOMEN TO SERVE IN ELECTIONS
Two are Among Appointments for Constitutional Convention Election
For All Except Two Wards
and Twenty-Four County
For the first time In Knoxville's
history women have been appointed
to serve as election officers. They
will assist in holding the constitutional convention election Septem-
ber 4. Miss Willie Cleage has been appointed a clerk of the election in the second ward and Mrs. J.M. Munlyn has been appointed a registrar in the fifteenth ward. Both these women have taken an active part in the interest of women's participation in the campaign and elections. Several women are serving as registrars, in recognition of the recently conferred privilege of suffrage and its vindication in the courts and the appointment of women among the election officials marks the official entrance of women in municipal politics and government in Knoxville. The appointment of election officialis in all except two wards, the sixth and seventh, was announced
this morning by members of the Knox
county election commission. The appolntment of the officers in several
precincts of the county was also
made, but appointments for the coun-
ty are far from complete. The officers of the wards in which they have
been appointed and those of the coun-
ty precincts in which they have been
appointed follow: First ward-Officer, H. S. Mabry,
Judges, H. H. Schrader, C. M. Johnson, W. M. Maples; Clerks, D. A.
Swaggerty, Deaderick Reed; Registrars, J. G. Cannon, Don King.
Second Ward-Officer, C. L. La-
rew; Judges, B. E. McMillan, John
Thornburg, A. P. Cooper; Clerks C.
A. Reeder, Miss Nellie Cleage; Registrars, Richard P. McTeer, C. C.
Third ward-Officer Chas, S. Bow-
en; Judges, C. M. Thompson, C.
Frazier, Samuel Morgan. Clerks,
Henry Lenoir, John H.Morrell;
Registrar, J. T. Smith.
Fourth ward-Officer R. J. Lane.
Judges, Henry G. McMillan, Chas.
J Brown, J. B. Wright. Clerks, J.
McMaulden, Rev. J. S. French. Registrars, Frank Dobson, A. P. Field.
Fifth ward-Officer, Ben Winick.
Judges, Dr. H.M. Greene, W. J.
Thirteenth ward—Officer, A A.
Hauley. Judges, O'Dell WaWllace. L.
<R Fielden, W. E. Jordon. Clerks J.
L. Monday, Addison Armstrong.
Registrars, Sam Lane, Hamer Gil- j
more. ' i
Fourteenth ward—Officer, Edw.
| Cook. Judges, J. L. Monroe, I. S.
j Mason, Chas. R. Carr. Clerks, L. T.
i| McSpadden, Rev. J. B. Hyde. Regis-
'j trars, J. M. McCammon, John Wtt-
Fifteenth ward—Officer, J. M.
f Burkhart. Judges, W. E. SneU, J. L\
i Tucker. Clerks, J. M. Munlyn, J. J.
j JMington, Registrars, Elvin Duke,
! Mrs. J. M. Munlyn.
I. 16th Ward—Officer, John E. O'Fal-
len; Judges, Geo. Hal) H. T. Humphrey, Frank B. Hall. Clerks, Lloyd
Branson, Earl McCampbell. Registrars, Hal Dick, J. A. Reep.
Seventeen ward—Officer, Prof. R. <
H. Underwood. Judges T.' H. I
Claiborne, Wm. Baker, Frank Asham, j
Clerks, Prof. Jas. Russell, Fletcher
Reagan. Registrars, Henry C. Julian,
B. L, Bailer.
Eighteenth ward—Officer, John C.
HoHuk. Judges, Dr. McDouglads, T.
W. Scott, A. R. Scott. Clerks, J. S.
been appointed a clerk of the
election in the second ward and Mrs.
Wm. Henry, C. W. Lester.
Frank Mynatt, W. M. Rousen.
Twentieth Ward—Officer, I.
ticipation in the campaign and eleo- Myerg ^^ A< T Hatcher; M> S."
Rogers, H. T. Hatcher. Clerks, W.
T. Laugherty, C. L. Childers. Registrars, W. W. Tilson, B. H. Johnson.
Twenty-first Ward—Officer, G. W.
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Twenty-third Ward—Officer, H. H. j
Connelly. Judges, John Morris, Paul :
Welch, clerks. Lea
Butch, S. D. GGibson. Registrars, M.
M. McCianaghan, A. Sharp.
Twenty-fourth Ward — Officer,
Wallace McClure. Judges, A. W.
Fowle. J. L. Lonas. Tom Milkes.
Clerks, Walter De Bard, Chas. Brooks.
Registrars Jas. C. Kidd, Onion Am-
Twenty-fifth Ward—Officer, W. B.
Ford, Judges, M. E. Henry, J. S.
Cameron, J. R. Beal, Clerks, J. F.
Smith, Raymond Doyle. Registrars
Rodney Gee, H. J. Johnson.
Bookwalter—Officer, John A. Cox.
Judges, R. F. Wallace, R. O. Tipton,
Sams, G. W. McDade. Clerks Nathan Cha«. Tmery. Clerks, Robt. Harrell.
D./White, Frank E. Winick. Registrars, W. T. Yardly, J. W. Wallace.
Seventh ward, south—Officer, Alex
Wade, Sr. Judges, Nick Pearson,
William Reed, J. L. Harris. Clerks
J. H. Irwin, Robert Duncan. Registrars, A. M. Brown, James H. Gay-
Eighth ward—Officer, T. J. Poe.
Judges, -Tnhn P Uuraii:, Joe Fraley.
C. M. Waggoner. Clerks, W. E. Miller, Mell Miller. Registrars, G E.
Adney, Joe Harris.
Ninth ward, north—Officer James
Warters. Judges, Arthur Richards,
Tom Ashe, Morris Dirtch. Clerk, Wiley L. Thomas, John Payne. Registrars, M. L. Claiborne, D. W. Wait-
Ninth ward, south—Officer, John
Ailor. Judges, R. L. May, W. B.
Bradley, Frank L. West. Clerks,
Patrick Norman, W. C. Causler.. Registrars, G. W, B. Gray, B. O. Mooney.
• Tenth ward, north—Officer R P.
Williams. Judges, Capt. Perry Ed-
mondson, John McGenley, Alex
Helns. Clerks, Bure George, S. W.
Duggan, Registrars, Chas. W. Bailey,
C. W. Morse.
Tenth ward, South—Officer, Norman B. Morrell. Judges, Claude Hood,
Robert Jinks, John L. Boyds. Clerks
W. W. Woodruff, Jr., M. R. Webber. Registrars, H. F. Copeland,
Eleventh ward, east—Officer, F. E.
Longhead. Judges, B. R. McBath, E.
C. Camp, John Parmelee, C. B. Carty.
Clerks, C. B. Carty,-Rev. E. H. Yankee. Registrars, Samuel Beeler,
Eleventh ward, west—Officer W.
O. Toole. Judges, A. L. Munding, E.
B. Watkins, W. L. Wray. Clerks S.
B. Newman, Bratcher Williams. Registrars, J. A. White, J. P. Staley.
Twelfth ward—Officer, R. S. Hazen.
Judges, B. L. Luttrell, G. T. Doone,
,W. D. Williams. Clerks, L. C. Mabry, Herbert Staterly, Registrars A
G. Pierce, W. S. Grant.
C, J. Tipton. Registrars A,
ton, Rev. Jake Sanders.
Bearden—Officer, Hill Brooks.
Judges J. Dwynick, William Gore,
John Austin. Clerks, G. B. Williams,
R» C. Johnson. Registrars,. R B
Parsons, B. B. Harris.
Third Creek—Officer, J. C. McLain,
Judges, A. J. Naughter, O. H. Keith,
J. H. Bradshaw. Clerk, W. L. Smith.
eRgistrars, Mike Dewine, J. L. Johnson.
Beaver Ridge—Officer, W. B. Cobb.
Judges, M. B. Byington, T. W. Fox,
Horace Cox. Clerks, Arthur Cardwell,
Ernest Cross. Registrars, W. D.
Hodges, C. B. Gray.
Hardlns Valley, School House-
Officer, George Hardin. Judges James
J. Jones, J. B. Kirby, M. W. Hardin,
Clerks, M. F. Daniels, Pierce Walker.
Registrars, John Bussell, Samuel
Campbells—Officer, C. N. Seaton.
Judges, Frank Boring, A. M. Russell,
Theodore Montgomery. Clerks, G. E.
Rawland, Elmer Llewellyn. Registrars
W. D. BBuffalo, Chas. Smith.
Concord—Officer, Henry Smith,
Judges, J. J. Prater, Jos. Grant, J.
W. Newman. Clerks, J. H. Vance,
John A. Dunoan. Registrars, F. P.
Galbreath, g. S. Proffltt.
Curriers—Officer, R. O. Bean.
Judges, Chas. Badgett, M. M. Hen-
son, Eugene Ventis, Clerks, L. O.
Hood, Mark Pennes, Registrars Frank
Duncan, L. C. Rudder.
Ebenezer--OffIcer, Seaton Garrett
Judges, T. S. Eubanks, W. L. Anderson, Chas. Tobler, Clerks, Chas Hin-
ton, John Tedford, Registrars, Olive*
Smith. Henry Lonas.
Neubert's Springs—Officer, Lon
Walker. Judges, Henrv McCammon,
P. D. MoCall, H. A. Houser. Clerks,
Herbert Spangler, Frank Neubert
egistrar, C. B. Houser.
Twenty-fifth Ward, Vestal-Officer, C. E. Doyle, Judges, O. F. Hart-
man, Richard Henry, Thos. Chambers. Clerks E. C. Doyle, Di L. Scott.
Registrars, A. R. Pedigo, Gustavus
Twenty-sixth Ward-Officer, . D.
Hickman. Judges, Otis Montgomery,
J. M. Johnson, T, H Rose. Clerks,
Rev. W. P. Miller-, Vernon Doyle.
Jos, A. Jones, N. A. Simpson.
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