From the Forest City Courier, Sep. 4, 1930
The teachers arrived last Friday and held a meeting at the school building Friday night. On Saturday pupils were registered and classified so that Monday morning they were ready for work. The school opened With the largest attendance in the history of the school and the outlook is fine.
The corps of elementary teachers are:
First grade, Misses Emma Dendy, Walhalla, S. C.; Alice David, Dillon, S. C.; Elizabeth White, Live Oak, Fla.
Second grade, Misses Nevelyn Martin, Greensboro, N. C.; June Nicholson, Edgefield, S. C.
Third grade, Misses Ruby Wilson, Marshall, N. C.; Margaret Torrence, Gastonia, N. C.
Fourth grade, Misses Annabelle Logan, Rutherfordton, N. C.; Johnnie Player, Elliotte, S. C.
Fifth grade, Misses Emily Hilliard, Warrenton, N. C.; Gladys Kelly, Seneca, S. C.
Sixth Grade. Miss Letha Bame, Salisbury, N. C.
Seventh grade, Miss Corene Bookout, Rock Hill, S. C.
Music supervisor, Miss Beulah Heafner, Crouse, N. C.
Home Economics and Household Arts, Mrs. H. L. Robertson, Cliffside.
Commercial Subjects and Mathematics, Miss Margaret Gray, Clover, S. C.
Latin and French, Miss Helen Thompson, Fuquay Springs, N. C.
English, Miss Sarah Lou Jenkins, Goldsboro, N. C.
Mathematics and Coach, Mr. John Tinkler, Ninety-Six, S. C.
Science and Coach, Mr. Fred S. Barkley, Statesville, N. C.
Principal of High school and History, Mr. H. C. Beatty, Stanley, N. C.
Superintendent of schools, Mr. B. D. Caldwell, Cliffside.
Mr. C. A. Denson who has been connected with the school here for the past few years will assist in the high school for two weeks before going to Chapel Hill where he will take a special course and also be a member of the faculty. All grades in the high school are crowded except one and an effort is being made to secure another teacher. The building, has been thoroughly renovated throughout during the summer and repainted.
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