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XVillie Fehl spent the summer in Minominee,1Wiseonsin, going- to school, and this year is teaching manual train-
ing in Jackson, Mississippi, at the School For the Deaf.
I,elia Barfield and Kizer Laurentz Went to the Beaumont Summer Normal and took the teachers' examinations.
Kizer i-?11l19IltZ is doing supernumerary work this year While lielia Barfield is taking a vacation, visiting in Uvalde,
Oswald Mast-hek went to the New South College during the summer and is now holding an excellent position in
the Santa Fe Railroad oliice.
Carl Mctlrlaun and Walter D'Roark are hoth Rice lnstitute students now. Carl plans to add Nl. D, to his name,
Walter is planning to he admitted to the har before many years. I
Jewel Edwards is now attending New South College and expects to he an expert stenographer in a short While.
NVilbert Marmion and Leslie Hunsucker are both A. 8: M students this year. fi er is ' 1 g
gineer While Leslie- is
going to be an influential agriculture teacher.
Reginald Kinnear is working at the Magnolia. Refinery making preparations to enter Rice next year.
l ' tl teamin and hauling business in Sour Lake.
Lyman Hinson is working with his fat tier in ie g ,,
Rob Colley was the first one of the class to be married. He is now a contractor at Goose Creek oil field.
Daphna Davis is holding a good position with the South Western Telegrapli Company as instructress.
W'lb t ' Work'n0' to be a civil en-
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South Park School
The history of South Park began in 1891, twenty-six years ago. At that time the district was too poor to erect
a school house. S0 several saw-mills that were inte1'ested furnished the material. And about a dozen good citizens
Willingly gave their time to building a one-roomed house.
During the first term of school twenty pupils sat upon the home made benches. The school was under the super-
vision of one teacher until the "oil boom" in 1901, at wl1ich.ti1ne there was a building erected at Spindletop. The
following year, another room was added to the tirst building. By the term of 1905 and 1906 there had been such an
influx of people, that four teachers were employed at the main building and two at Spindletop. In the Fall of 1908
the Spindletop school was discontinued. fn the same year, while a two-story brick building was under construction,
a vacant store at the corner of Latonia and Highland avenues, together with the original building, were used for
school rooms. In 1911, another building was erected. Domestic Science and Arts, Agriculture, and Manual Train-
ing were added to the course of studies in 1911. ' A
Although the school had had a considerable growth, yet there was no regular graduating class till 1915. In the
same year the school was affiliated with Texas University. More credits were given during the past years.
Last year the school building was remodeled and a 350,000 addition made and now is one of -the best equipped
and most modern high schools in the state.
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