Training School
pages 54-58

 

page 54

11th Grade

BILES, Mildred............................President
SCARBOROUGH, Gladys..........Vice-President
COURTNEY, Evelyn....................Secretary-Treasurer

 

BRINSON, Clifford
BUTLER, Gladys
CHAMBLESS, Etna
CHAMBLESS, Gladys
ECKER, Theresa
EDWARDS, Frances
FERRELL, Annie Maude
FORBES, Louise
FORD, Marguerite
McREE, Catherine
NORMAN, Ruth
PRESCOTT, Blanche
POWELL, Matile
SCHEIDER, Pauline
SIRMANS, Velma
STEWART, Sara Maude
STOKES, Myrtle
TOUCHTON, Virginia
TROWELL, Elise
WOOD, Lucile

 

 

page 55

10th Grade

SHADRICK, Edna.....................President
BILES, Mary Lee.......................Vice-President
ARMSTRONG, Henrietta..........Secretary-Treasurer

 

ALLEN, Ethel
BEDELL, Lucius
BOWMAN, Zylpha
BOYD, Mary Elizabeth
CARTER, Thelma
CHAUNCEY, Rosalie
COURTNEY, Margaret
FERRELL, Bertha
LOGGINS, Jean
McLARTY, Elizabeth
PRESCOTT, Jessie Mae
RICHARDSON, Minnie
STROUD, Dorothy
STUDSTILL, Sara

 

 

page 56

9th Grade

JONES, W.L.....................President
DAVIS, Virginia.................Vice-President
TOMPKINS, Wilma..........Secretary-Treasurer

 

BARNWELL, Helen
BECK, Edmonia
BROWN, Katherine
CARTER, Maruth
DAVIS, Dorothy
FOSTER, Lonita
HARRELL, Helen
JOHNS, Ottilee
MALLOY, Clyde
PLOWDEN, Hyta
POWELL, Richard
RENTZ, K.D.
STATEN, Frances Klein
 

 

 

page 57

8th Grade

McREE, Mary Wyche..........President
STOKES, William.................Vice-President
EAGER, Johnsie...................Secretary-Treasurer

 

ASHLEY, Mary Kate
COURTNEY, Dorothy
CLIFFORD, Louise
ETHERIDGE, Estelle
EVERETT, Martha
FORBES, Pauline
FORD, Dorothy
HAGAN, Mary
HOLMES, Margaret
JONES, Sara
OLIVER, William
POWELL, David
ROUNTREE, Kathleen
SPIER, Gwendolyn
SMALL, Steve
STRONG, Pearl
WARLICK, Cobb
WARLICK, Nelson

 

 

page 58

The Training School

The Training School is an important part of any school for the training of teachers.  This college in its Training School, offers opportunity to the student for training in any grade from the first through the eleventh grade of High School.  When first the Administration added to the Junior College the two years work for a degree, the regular High School work as a part of the course offered here was abandoned, but the High School part of the Training School was maintained.

 

 

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