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Visiting the Past  

Visiting The Past
1926


Smyrna, Sept. 2, 1926:  Smyrna public schools will open Monday morning Sept. 6th. The following teachers have been announced by J. T. Lowe, Superintendent and teacher for 9th and 10th grades, Miss Colene Reed, Principal and teacher of 8th grade, Miss Maud Baldwin, 7th grade; Miss Agnes Baldwin, 6th grade; Miss Judith Rice, 5th grade; Mrs. C. I. Holcombe, 4th grade; Miss Annie Mae Brown, 3rd grade; Mrs. C. L. Ivey, 2nd grade; Miss Lucile Cochran, 1st grade. Miss Sue Pollock will have charge of the music department and Miss Annie Shafe will be in charge of expression department. Between three and four hundred pupils are expected to be in school this season.

Oakdale, Sept. 9, 1926:

Locust Grove school started Monday with Prof Harvey and an able faculty on the job. A new high school grade is being added this year.

Miss Kenneth Maner is returning to Agnes Scott College for her senior year, Miss Katherine Anderson and Misses Sara and Katherine White have gone to Powder Springs to the A & M for the term.

Nickajack, Sept. 30, 1926:  The many friends of Mr. J. N. Dodgen are sympathizing with him in the loss of his sister, Mrs. D. F. Hood who was killed by a train last week.


 

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