Tishomingo County Agricultural High School - Yearbook (Tishomingo, MS)

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THE BANK 'OF BELMONT BELMONT, MISS. A Directors S. S. Strickland L. P. Allen S. J. High . Officers B. E. Wright, President S. J. High, Vice-Pres. Seth Pounds, Cashier C. W. Yarber, Asst, Cashier CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, S20,000.00 "A Bank 0f,Stl'El1g'II'l, Character and Service" YOUR DEPOSITS GUARANTEED BY DEPOSITORS GUARANTY FUND OF THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI We Pay 4 Per Cent on Time Deposits Th gc ty-X 1tlHghShl 1 We H. FAIRLESS HARDWARE-FURNITURE AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES MOTTO : Square Deal YOUR BUSINESS WILL BE APPRECIATED TISHOMINGO, MISS. Tishomingo County Agricultural High School THOMAS DRUG COMPANY BELMONT, MISS. V EVERYTHING FOR YOUR HEALTH AND COMFORT Prescriptions Filled by a Registered Druggist DAN B. DELP LUMBER CO. TISHOMINGO, MISS. ' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL We Also Write Fire and Tornado Insurance "You May Have a Fire Tonight" Better protect yourself before it is too late. S. L. DOWNS 8z CO. "THE REAL CASH STORE" BELMONT, MISS. EVERYTHING TO WEAR FOR LADIES AND MEN At Real Cash Store Prices Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention Tishomingo County Agricultural High School I Allen-Wright Hardware 8z Furniture Co. BELMONT, MISS. I Dealers in Undertakers, Supplies, Furniture, Wagons, Stoves, Farm Implements and Mill Supplies TRAYLOR Sz SANDERS IUKA, MISSISSIPPI MEN'S AND BOYS' TOGGERY The One Price Store Q H. G. Finch Hardware Sz Furniture Co. I TISHOMINGO, MISS. ' HARDWARE, FURNITURE and UNDERTAKER'S Supplies-Dry Goods and Groceries You Can Always See the Best and Newest Pictures at THE NEW THEATER IUKA, MISSISSIPPI E Gardner Brothers Service Station TISHOMINGO, MISS. ' ' Dealers in CROWN GASOLINE and MOBILOIL BREWER SERVICE STATION TISHOMINGO, MISS. TEXACO GAS AND OIL-GOODRICH, TIRES AND TUBES C Tishomingo County Agricultural High School LONG BROTHERS TISHOMINGO, MISS. GENERAL MERCHANDlSE and COTTON BUYERS We Carry a Complete Line of Dry Goods, Groceries and Young Men's Ready-to-Wear D0n't fail to call on us While in the city. We make prices right. G. C. STEPHENS TISHOMINGO, MISS. Dealer in GENERAL MERCHANDISE General J. T. BLISSIT TISHOMINGO, MISS. Merchandise, School Books and COTTON BUYER Supplies C REID BROTHERS IUKA, MISS. LOTHING, HATS AND SHOE S CATALOG OF TISHOMINGO COUNTY AGRICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL 1927-1928 F 11 thA IA f W TISHOMINGO MISS E B d G 1 E 1 Ch 5 A 1 I 1 i 1 Tishorningo County Agricultural High School 7 Alunmi Association - Officers C. A. Crow, '20 .........,.,............ ..................... P resident Miss Bernice Bostick, '19 ....... ...,........... V ice-President Miss Reba Gardner, '23 ...... .... S ecretary-Treasurer Executive Committee Luther Owens, '13 ,................ ............................... .......... F o ur Years G. G. BickerstaH", '20 ,.... ............ T hree Years Luther White, '20 ,,...........,.. ....... U nexpired Term Miss Cora Brewer, '24 ....... ............. F our Years C. A. Crow, '20 ...,............... . .....,.,.... Ex-Officio Memorial Committee Miss Bernice Bostick, '19-Miss Reba Gardne1', '23-C. A. Crow, '20 Luther Owens, '13-W. R. Nettles. Reception Committee Miss Claudia Mae Hopper,-Mrs. Fay Burns, '19-Mrs. Roe Daniel, '17 Miss Ira Lee Ramsey, '22-Mrs. Hatch West, '19-Andy Cole,'27 Wheelei' Glasgow, '27, Program Committee I Miss Pearle Fuller,-Miss Lela Timbes, '23-John Trim, '22. Annual Meeting Orator for Reception ,.............,...........,..,.......................... Fred McNatt, '23 Business Session, 2:00 p. m., April 24th, 1928.-Banquet at City Hall, 6:00 p. m., April 24th, 1928. CALENDAR School opens August 23, 1927. Thanksgiving Day fhalf holidayj Thursday, November 25, 1927. First Semester Examinations-December 21, 22, 23, 1927. Christmas Holidays-Dismiss Friday, December 23, 1927. Resume Work Tuesday, January 3, 1928. Second Semester Examinations-April 19, 20, 23 1928. Commencement Sermon-April 22, 1928. Closing and Graduation-April 24, 1928. Ntoe:-School will be taught November 19, 26, December 3, 10, 17, January 7, 14, 21, 28 and February 4. 8 Tishomingo County Agricultural High School :cha '2 X4 .1 ...x.:X.-.f:-:ii-:E L2 1 1' 5555 'bi' Y X Q. .Q 2. , 4 sg, f 1 , .. ,M w, :'415 111 4 1 w 42,1 w Q .1 fra ,,.,..... -. ,. wmv q:::::::,:,f. .1 5 . 551515:5.:.5.:.5:5.5:51:.::z:..:: ,:, i2:':" zf52a9:2::-'Q5'.:.:a:-25-Q.. 611, 11,31 .,-. 1 1.. "rm: I. :?::2:E:f:I:5:9ZC1:I:2:- 1 14 11 .. M16 1 f ov 92 1 Q if ff xv., 1 1 1 - -g:,1,.,., ,.:1.,...... , , ,M ,W 1 . J 2. ,,, , 4 'ws' 1 2211 E 1. ww ,145 ,1::,:j:,3 1-rss--15.5 rfr:r:sxz:s::.: 1 1-4-:-:.11:r:::z. e:. 1:11. 1, 141413 ,MM MQ 0,911 " 1 41 4 if " 44 .1 ,X 2249? 11 WV MM. Www:-M 2 1495.111- W 6' 1 H.. - . -:rs-.-.1-.N-..g.,....:....w.-... 111 W if Rfb , 1 1.-' 'vii , ::5,g,5,- 1 -."-1 - 51.-:I 4, 4 ,Q M M563 2 X1 Mx 1, nv 4 M 112 395,51 . 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Netties, Superintendent .,.....................................,.,.,,,,, Education fMiss. A. Ka M. Collegej A. E. Gurley .............................................................. Science and History fUnion Uniiversityj L. D. Edwards .................................... Argriculture and Farm Manager fMiss. A. Sz M. Collegej Miss Claudia Mae Hopper ............................................ Home Economics fGrenada Collegej Miss Mamie Clark ................................................ ................ E nglish fGrenada Collegej Miss Martha Jane Mitchell ,........................... . ................. ,,,, M athematics IM. S. C. WJ Miss Pearle Fuller .............. Voice, Music, Expression and Commercial I Uudson Collegej Mrs. J. E. Tlmbes ...... ..................................................................... M atron Execuvtive Board I W. R. Nettles, Superintendent .............. J. W. Nash, Secretary ................................. O. C. Miller, County Superintendent ..... Board of Trustees O. C. Miller, ,.,....... E. M. Tigner, ..... Dewey Locke ....... R. P. Holder ....... J. W. Nash ...,..... J. F. Creel ..... Board of Supervisors R. C. Grisham, First District Elmer Locke, Second District ....... J. F. Oaks, Third District ......... J. M. Page, Fourth District ...... T. C. Pharr, Fifth District ..... Tishomingo, Tishomingo, Iuka, Iuka Short, Burnsville, Holcut, Tishomingo, Dennis, Iuka, Burnsville, Tishomingo, Tishomingo, Belmont, Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. E L 3:- X A.4.,A,. "Sivan, I-. wa iff. ?n 'i A., .J--.. ., -nw M, gh: .X 1,5 .1 v Q-Q,..' - 4, 1. ff.-e ,P 4: l 47 , zz' 57' ' .V la, i -. , ,..:l.?Zq?g:-., 4- .. .1-,J -' 1: Q7 5 6. .W '. 5 .-it? ', 1 rf, uf N., 5.,ra:.p,,g:'?9Q -ff 2. M gg 1 W W 5 W Heb , Q si ffm Eg 5 Z Egifi 'f f 132 BE -fy? 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Z, K , I , ., .,..: , , . . 5 - , I -'-'2 Q , Q Q: '. i" .,.,.,.,.. - - ' " , , .:A,,.,,1,.QQ.,.,,56, - 1 :- 2 12. .r f. -13,2-ab " . . .n f -vm . - .,., - - " E., , 4 -z5a51,., .- 4- ff- . 1-,3iqg,f:::::-:Luz-, k ' ? ,,,, . ,YQ H 5 ' 5 ' . 1 . I " 2 ' -F H--j , 95 :W ffiiiig,-1-f 1 ....: 'S ' g, 'X ' I: 11-M IE: ' , " w 'f ,- -'-'- - ' ' 43 .,.... xii., as w ze. f 1 4 ' 'E wx ' Ek! l E : 'E .: 'x"' J " uw' ' . 1 J -- 1" 355-F55f5115'2::-1. V' - - ' f . .. 'IZ' " 5 GRADUA TIN G CLA SS, 1923. M qv 1 Tishomingo County Agricultural High School 11 . FOREWORD This catalog carries the fourteenth annual announce- ment of the Tishomingo County Agricultural High School. Whatever success the school may have attained during the past can, in a larger measure at least, be contributed to the interest and energy of the friends of the institution. The Tishomingo County Agricultural High School made the following record in the Northeast Field Meet that was held at the Mississippi A. Sz M. College April 9, 1927. Literary Work, Barden Hester, Agriculture, first place, Joe Brown, Advanced Algebra, third place, Alta Shamblin, English Composition, fourth placeg Rivers Long, Chemistry, fourth place, Verna Wade, American Literature, fifth place, Dalton Lietch, plane Geometry, fifth place. Atheletics, Wilbur Bickerstaff, high hurdles, first place, Shelton Pardue, running broad jump, second place, Perry Nagle, half mile, second place 5 Perry Nagle, pole vault, tied for second place, Wilbur Bickerstaff, discus throw, third place, Audie Adams, low hurdles, fourth place, Clarence McRae, mile run, fifth place. Number -of points in literary Work, 14-Atheletics 22116. Total for the entire meet, 3615. Spceial attention is called to the course in Education. Young men and women can get a training here that fits them for the profession of teaching. You will find grad- uates of the school teaching in every section of this part of the state. A course will be offered in typewriting and shorthand. Those boys and girls who are interested in this line of work may secure training while in school. The work will be standardized and will count on diploma for graduation. A pupil may earn as many as four units during the high school course. High school graduates will be allowed to earn two units in a semester of four and a half months. Beginning with the session of 1927-28 credit will be given in music and expression. We invite boys and girls, parents and friends, who are interested in alhigh school education, to investigate the school, the course of study, etc., and write to the Superin- tendent for further information. Tishomingo County Agricultural High School MEDAL WINNERS QUARTETTE . - A Tishomingo County Agricultural High School 13 PURPOSES The agricultural high schools of the state have solved the problem of a high school education for rural boys and girls. Our old form of laws made no provision for such edu- cation, and hence our children, when they finished the graml mar school, had to attend some private high school in order to secure a high school education or prepare for college, and the cost was often so much that many students were kept from attending high school at all. It is thus seen that these schools fill the missing link in our public school system of the state. Boys and girls are ofered wonderful opportunities in agricultural high schools to develop themselves along the line of better rural conditions and home life. Provision is made to furnish free tuition, room rent, furniture etc. Board is furnished at actual cost. Pupils can secure an education Without going two or three hundred miles from home. Again, these schools brings us to a realization of the connection between an education and reallife. Education is the preparation for proper living. Boys and girls, very of- ten leave school because they fail to see this connection. A large per cent of our girls marry at an early age and take up the Work of home-making. Our system of education in the past has ignored this fact: but girls are now offered, .in connection with other studies, courses in home science such as will prepare them for their natural sphere in life. The main purpose of the agricultural high school is to prepare boys and girls to be profitable farmers, and to ap- preciate the greatest asset that Mississippians have, that of being land owners in a state where eighty-five per cent of the people are directly interested in rural life. The agricultural high school plays another very im- portant part in rural life, and that is in preparing teachers for the various public schools of the counties of the state. It is a well known fact at this time that more teachers come from the agricultural high schools that from any other type of school in the state. Boys and girls who anticipate on going to college may prepare themselves here and enter any college in the state without examination. ' Tishomingo County Agricultural High School FIRST YEAR CLASS SECOND YEAR CLASS Tishomingo County Agricultural High School 15 BUILDINGS ' On our beautiful campus are three main buildings con- stituting the. Tishomingo County Agricultural High School. The administration building is very up-to-date, built by a late plan of architecture, and is well equipped with modern school furniture. It contains six class rooms and a large auditorium. The boys dormitory is a new brick structure, containing thirty-two rooms, well ventilated and lighted. Each room is furnished with bedstead, mattress, springs, chairs, table, dresser, bowl and pitcher. The boys in the dormitory will be under the direct control of the Superintendent and the men teachers. The girls' dormitory, located on the opposite side of the campus from the boys' dormitory, is much larger and more commodious, includes the dining hall and cooking de- partment. The kitchen contains two large range stoves with hot water attachment. The rooms are furnished with the same kind of furni- ture as the boys dormitory. The girls will be under the im- mediate control of the matron and lady teachers. In addition to these buildings, there is a. good barn for storage purposes and live stock, a bungalow for the Super- intendent, and a farm shop with class room connected. .Qii GROUNDS These consist of our beautiful campus and little farm. The former contains about seven acres, and the latter about eighteen. Part of the farm is in pasture, but most of it is cultivated. On the campus is found the main school build- ing and dormitories, the Supe'rintendent's home and Agri- cultural building. Here We also find basket ball courts, ten- nis courts, etc. The campus is perfectly drained. The land- scape gardner could not add to its contour. Broad gravel driveways and sidewalks are found running across the cam- pus in several directions. Many beautiful shade trees are found on all parts of the campus. A great deal of shrub- bery is growing in many places, which adds to the beauty of the grounds. 16 Tfshomingo County Agricultural High School '-Q. f"', A - - .-"f ,'." ',', " ' -12-4 s,,.:. '-"' E.: . 1:-"fiSa!'j',.gg5.,g,,:i:-'v: -"ff-I :ul -,,v ,, -- 'Ar """ LT: -,., -'-' A .. .'-,: of' f .f Q ,..,,- 1 " ' ' .- " "-""-" I ."' 4 "" 5 V j f",jig1-1" -F --1' Zfff ,.V.i .55 .. 5 f - , v-.- : - '--, f. .--, a f5...Lv:Qv.- . .. S. .: -a+. :-:-: ..'. :: , '-"- ' 5 555925-'?ef2.:f-s55'fi-"' ,fi-.5Ef, 17 Ei- ,.:.:.,., Q "3-"-2-am?-: I' 1. 1' .. Sf ' "-- "-" 'af 3- 5 ---- 1 ,.-". ' 1 -fi-.'--1' 'bf 1 -'-o . .--- "'k-.v i f v-,' A i -f ' "" -:1:5- .,.,. I-i ""' fx . ... 5 ff.-fi ' - I H -.,,.,, : if x' .. -Izisfff-gf' ...- --.--- 1 -... ..:. 1 THIRD YEAR CLASS i -n . GIRLS' BASKET BALL TEAM Tishomingo County Agricultural High School 17 I HEALTH , Tishomingo is a regular health resort. Much has been said of improving Jackson Springs and putting up buildings for the accommodation of visitors. The water is as good as can be found in the state. This part of the county and state is as high as any section in North Mississippi. We feel that we cannot say too much for the healthfulness of our sur- roundings. WATER Water is pumped from a deep Well into a high tank Where it finds its Way into the dormitories. Hot and cold baths are furnished both dormitories. MORAL SURROUNEDINGS A great number of the immoral influences of the larger cities are lacking in our town. Our citizens take pride in inviting the boys and girls of the school to attend Sunday School and preaching every Sunday. The Baptist, Metho- dist and Christian denominations have Sunday School every Sunday. There is preaching in at least one of the churches every Sunday. The moral influence of church Work here is such as to be of great benefit to students attending the Agri- cultural High School. We commend these things to our friends and patrons. DISCIPLINE The government of the school is in the hands of the Superintendent and his assistants, Who realize that the greatest problem of any school is its discipline. It is the duty of the school to train for citizenship. Obedience to rule in school means obedience to law out of school. We have no code of rules. Do Tight is the one rule We adhere to. All pupils have a sense of right, and our discip- Tishomingo County Agricultural High School BOYS' BASKET BALL TEAM BOYS' FOOT BALL TEAM Tishomingo County Agricultural High School 19 line hinges to this principle. Our purprse is to make life here as home-like as possible. Our pupils are taught to have the proper respect for rightful authority, both to others and themselves. When a pupil is continually disobedient, some form of punishment must be administered. If a pupil, by disregard to authority and right, becomes a menance to the rights of others, his connection with the school will be severed. .e REGULATIONS A To regulate our school life, certain rules are necessary. All pupils have their rights, and these must not be infringed upon. Boys and girls come here for the purpose of studying and promoting their welfare in general. Pupils who Want to loaf or waste time or influence others to do so, had better not come. ' All pupils are encouraged to be prompt at all dutiesg not to loaf on the streetsg not to leave the school premises without permissiong to attend Sunday School and preaching every Sunday g not to have parties during the week Without permissiong not to smoke on school premisesg to remain in own room at nightg not to use profanity or improper lan- guageg to pay boardand other expenses in advanceg NOT TO HAZE A PUPIL UNDER SEVERE PENALTY OR EX- PULSION FROM SCHOOL. VISITING . Pupils make this their home when they enter school here. This necessitates everyone doing some work each day about the premises, feeding animals, making fires, sweeping, washing dishes etc. So when a pupil is not here his work must go on just the same. Other pupils do not like to do the work of an absent member. Therefore, pupils visiting home must make arrangements to have their work done dur- ing their absence. A visit home once a month is allowed. 20 Tishomingo County Agricultural High School TRACK TEAM VOICE, MUSIC AND EXPRESSION CLASS Tishomingo County Agricultural High School 21 BOARD Good board may be secured by both boys and girls in the dormitories. For the past session the board has been only 310.111 per month. This is as low as can. be furnished by any of the agricultural high schools of the state. We have a variety of foods we gather from the farm to supplement the groceries. There are the chores that must be done at home, and we have them here. The work in the dining room is done by the pupils under the supervision of the matron. This work helps in keeping down the cost of board. The cooking is done by an expert man cook, assisted by the matron. The board is on the co-operative plan and pupils board at actual cost. At the beginning of the first of the term each pupil must deposit 8512.00 on board. Board will be due on the following dates: September 20, Oct. 17, Nov. 15, Dec. 13, Jan. 17, Feb. 14 March 13, April 10. 4-1--qi. . EXPENSES Tuition for all students outside of Tishomingo County will be 39.00 a semester of four and a half months. No al- lowance made for late entrance. No tuition will be charged students whose homes are in the county. An incidental fee of 856.00 per year will be charged to students. Dormitory in- cidentals will be charged to the board account. Only half the entrance incidentals will be charged students entering after Christmas. Each student will pay a laboratory fee of 352.00 per year. These fees must be paid on entering school and are not refunded. ROOM FURNISHINGS . Each pupil Zwill be required to furnish two pairs of sheets, one pillow, two pillow cases, one white spread, sufii- cient cover, curtains and shades for windows, laundry bag, four towels, drinking cup and toilet articles. These articles are necessary for the health and sanitation of the pupil and should be brought from home. 22 Tishomingo County Agricultural High School MUSIC, VOICE AND EXPRESSION The school has secured the services of a combination teacher. This will strengthen our course of study very ma- terially, and will fill a long felt need in our school. With- out music the home and school would miss a very important part of a course of study. Training in oratory and expres- sion is worth a great deal to the pupil. The merchants and Alumni Association are encouraging the work of this de- partment by oiering medals for efficiency and scholarship. A tuition fee of 318.00 a semester of four and a half months will be charged pupils taking either music, expression or voice. No allowance made for late entrance. Tuition pay- able in advance. COMMERCIAL COURSE This work will consist of typewriting and shorthand. Two units will be offered in both typewriting and shorthand. The Work will be standardized and will count on diploma for graduation. A student by beginning in time, may take as many as four units during the four years in high school. A tuition fee of 9518.00 a semester of four and a half months will be charged pupils taking one of the above units. No al- lowance made for late entrance. Tuition payable in advance. The course is also open to high school graduates. With them two units of work can be completed in four and a half months LIBRARY We have a good library consisting of more than twelve hundred volumes. We have the leading references in Eng- lish, History, Education, Science, Home Economics, Agri- culture, etc. The standard classics and novels are also found on the shelves. The last drive for the library netted the school 342747. This money will be used to purchase new books and to sub- scribe for the best agricultural journals and other maga- zines. The teachers require a certain amount of parallel. reading in connection with each course of study. Tishomingo County Agricultural High School 23 TEACHERS FOR RURAL SCHOOLS The colleges and universities of the state are not fur- nishing enough teachers to fill the places in the state. The Agricultural High School, in the future, will give to the' ru- ral schools many of their teachers . Our graduates are teach- ing with success Wherever they go. Hundreds of graduates from similar schools are doing likewise. The high standard set for teachers by the State Board of Education necessi- tates a high school training. LITERARY SOCIETIES The. last hour on Friday afternoons is devoted to Work in our literary societies. The work of these societies con- sists of readings, declamations, essays, music, etc. There are three organizations, the John M. Stone, the Stephen D. Lee, and the Sigma. The former two are for boys and the latter for girls. Each pupil is expected to join one of these societies. We consider the work in these societies one of the most important in school life. The work inspires the pupils and brings them closer together. These societies have contests from time to time which shows what they are doing. In this work the pupils are not left entirely to themselves. The teachers. are required to be present and assist in the work. In other words, this is a part of the regular school work. ENTERTAINMENT Outside the class room, we offer various forms of en- tertainment. Public entertainment will be given by pupils themselves. We have had excellent plays given by pupils in the past. It gives them a chance to develop themselves along literary lines. Ball games of various kinds will be en- gaged, in for the outdoor sport. Aside from this we also give entertainments at the girls' dormitory to break the monotony of school life and get bet- ter acquainted with each other. All of these are so dis- tributed that they do not interfere with school work and serve as recreation for both teacher and pupil. An excellent Lyceum Course will be given. 24 Tishomngo County Agricultural High School ATHELETICS Boys and girls living in dormitories do not get the ex- ercise they do at home. For this reason we encourage clean wholesome atheletics. In this way self-control and respect for others is developed. Games and races of all kinds are engaged in. The games are played in the afternoon after school Work. The new atheletic field contains a foot ball field, basket ball court, quarter mile track, etc. ENTRANCE AND GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Any pupil having completed the eighth grade in a good school may be permitted to enter without examination. Pupils desiring to enter grades above the ninth must submit a record from the school attended, signed by the principal, and mailed to the A. H. S. Supt., showing subjects, text books, number of weeks of school, recitations per week, minutes for recitation and grade. Students from nonafiil- iated schools desiring to enter grades above the ninth will be required to take an examination. Sixteen units of standard high school credits are re- quired for graduation. To those completing the course of study in the Agricul- tural High School, diplomas will be awarded. This high school diploma will admit to the freshman class in any of the colleges in Mississippi without examination. To those making application for diploma, a thesis of one thousand words on some Agricultural or Industrial subject will be required. This thesis must be submitted to the fac- ulty not later than April lst. I LABORATORIES Our laboratories are Well equpiped and compare favor- ably with any in the state. The equipment which we have, together with what We are installing, meets the require- ments of the Department of Education. Laboratories in the following are offered: Home Economics, Chemistry, Phy- si cs, and Agriculture. Tishomingo County Agricultural High School 25 MEDALS Gold medals will be offered in expression for girls, de- clamation for boys, and music for either boys or girls. Win- ners are to be determined by contest with competent judges. The following merchants are oiering the medals: W. H. Fairless and Long Brothers. The Alumni Association offers annually a gold medal for the best reading by a girl or the best declamation by a boy. The medal is known as the Alumni medal. The boy or girl winning this medal 'Will be ineligible for the mer- chants declamation or expression medal. The Dan B. Delp Lumber Co. offers a gold medal for scholarship. E. F. Waits of Corinth offers a gold watch to the boy or girl making the highest grade in Agriculture or Home Economics. The winners last year were Gladys Hester, scholarshipg Barden Hester, Alumni, Susie Burns, Expression 3-Katherine Tumlin, Musicg Barden Hester, watch. Other medals won during the year: Barden Hester, Northeast medal in Agricultureg Alta Shamblin medal for best Senior thesis offered by Interstate Trust and Banking Company of New Orleans, and medal offered by local Fed- erated Woman's Club for the best thesis on Forestry in Mis- sissippi. 26 Tishomingo County Agricultural High School COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS Preachers Rev. J. T. Harris, Florence, Ala., Christian, invited but unavoidably absent ....................................................,,,.,..,,.,...,,,..,.,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , 1915 No Sermon ,,,,.. ..................................,.,......,..,,,...,,.........,..,,,..,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,, 1 916 Rev. W. L. Storment, Holly Springs, Methodist ........ ....... 1 917 Rev. N. B. Hardeman, Henderson, Tenn., Christian ...........,,........... 1918 Rev. W. T. Lowrey, Blue Mountain, Baptist ................................,,,. 1919 Rev. J. H. Brooks, Okolona, Methodist .........................,.................. 1920 Rev. T. W. Raymond, Holly Springs, Presbyterian, invited but un- avoidably absent, Rev. W. T. Bazzel, Tishomingo, Methodist, filled his appointment. ...................................................................................... 1921 Rev. C. E. Holt, Florence, Ala., Christian ................ .................... 1 922 Rev. T. W. Young, Corinth, Baptist ................................ ..... . . 1923 Rev. T. H. Dorsey, Holly Springs, Methodist ............... ..... . 192-1 Rev. A. Smith Chambers, Florence, Ala., Christian ....... ....... l 925 Rev. D. I. Purser, Jr., Tupelo, Baptist ........................... ..., , ., 1926 Rev, E. H. Cunningham, Corinth, Methodist ............ 1927 ORATORS Hon. Julius E. Berry, Booneville ........................................................ 1915 No Address ............................................................................................... .1916 President H. L. Whitfield, M. S. C. W. invited but unavoidably absent Hon. W. W. Magruder, Starkville ........................................................ 1918 Hon. R. H. Pate, A. Sz M. College ............... -.-..-- 1 919 Prof. F. D. Mellen, A. and M. College .......... ....... 1 920 President D. C. Hull, A. and M. College ...... ....... 1 921 Prof, Wm. G. Burgin, M. S. C. W. ............................ ...---- 1 922 Dr. W. C. Murphy, State University ............................ ....... 1 923 Hon. W. F. Bond, State Superintendent Education ....... ....... 1 924 Prof. Herbert Drennon, A. and M. College ................ .--.-.. 1 925 Hon. W. E. Holcomb, Tupelo, .................................... 1926 -Hon. A. C. Anderson, Ripley, .......................... Course of Study Afll subjects are recited five times per week unless otherwise stated Double periods are given for laboratory work. First Year-9th Grade Units English ...... ........ 1 Algebra ,..,. ..... 1 History ......... .................. 1 Agriculture ..... ..................... 1 Second Year- Units English ................... ........ 1 Plane Geometry ...... .... 1 Agriculture ........... .... 1 1927 Units Home Economics ...... 1 Elective- Music ..................... ....... 1 A Expression ----- ---- V1 10th Grade Units Elective- History .............. ...... 1 Typewriting ...... ...... 1 Tishomingo County Agricultural High School 27 Home Economics ....... .,.. . 1 Shorthand ...... .,.,,, 1 Music ................. ,,,,, Mi Expression .,,,.,.. ,,,, 1 A Third Year-11th Grade Units Units English ......................,..,.............. 1 Elective Electve- Agriculture ............... ,.,,,,, J A A1-iihmetic .................................. 1 Home Economics ,.,,... ...,... 1 American Hist. and Civics .... 1 Typewriting ............ ,....,. 1 Chemistry ,.,,..... ..,........................ 1 Shorthand ,,,,..,., ..., 1 Education ., ................................,. 1 Music .............. .,... 1,4 Expression ....... ..., V4 Fourth Year-12th Grade Units Units English ...... ........ 1 Elective- Elective Home Economics ....... ....... 1 Algebra ,..,. ..... 1 Typewrfting ............ ....... 1 Physics ,,,,,, .... 1 Shorthand ............. ......, 1 Education ..,.. .... 1 Expression ........ .... 1A Agriculture .... 1 Musih .............. .... 1 A First Year ........,, ..Tishorningo, 28 'Tishomingo County Agricultural High School Adams, Audie ........ Allen, Raymond .L ...... .....,. Bazzcl, Cleo .......... Belue, Kern ................ . .... .. Belue, Alver .......... Bickerstaff, Wilbur Blissit, Vera .......... Blunt, Reba ............ Blunt, Harold ..,,. Blunt, Jesse ....... Bostick, Lorine ...... Bostick, Travis ...... Brazil, Horace ...... Brown Joe ...... . ,...... Brovsming, Winfordwu' Bullard, Odell ,,,,........ ......l. Bullard, Elsie ..,..... Bullard, Pearl ........ Burney, Raymond Burney, Wallace ...... ........ Burns, Susie .......... Clarke, Murray ,,,, .. Clark, Orville ......... Cole, Andy ........... Creel, Lois .................. ....... Cresap, Herman .... Culp, Lela ,.............. Culp, Monroe ....... Davis, Jesse ....... Davis, Arlon .......... Davis, Willard ...... DePoyster, George Enrollment for 1926-27 Fourth Year Fourth Year Second Year Fourth Year First Year .. Third Year Fourth Year First Year .. First Year .. First Year .. Fourth Year Third Year First Year .. Fourth Year First Year .. . ,.,..... Iuka, Miss. ............Burnsville, Miss. ............Tfshomingo, ............Tfshomingo, Miss. Miss ..Tishomingo, Miss ..............Tishoming'o, Tishomingo, ..............Tishomingo, Miss Miss Miss ,,Tishorningo, Miss ..............Tishomingo, Miss ............Dennis, Miss. ..............Golden, Miss. .,............Tishomingo, Miss ............Booneville, Miss. ....,.........Tishomingo, Miss First Year ,,,,........... .BurnsVille, Miss. Second Year Third Year . ............... Burnsville, Miss. ............Iuka, Miss. ..............Burnsville, Miss. Third Year Third Year Fourth Year Fourth Year First Year .. Fourth Year Third Year Second Year Second Year Third Year ........ ..... Second Year Third Year Second Year ..............Burnsvi1le, Miss, ............IlIka, Miss. .Paden, Miss. .Iuka, Miss. .Kendrick, Miss. .Bel1nont, Miss. .Burnsville, Miss. .Tishomingo, Miss. lTishomingo, Miss. Livingston, Ala. .Burnsvi1le, Miss. ............Denn1's, Miss. First Year ..............,. Red Bay, Ala, First Year .............. Paden, Miss. First Year ................ Paden, Miss. Third Year .............. Red Bay, Ala. Deaton, Bernice ........... ........ Deaton, Orba .............. ....... Elledge, Chas. ...... ....... . Elliott, Gladys ...... Fell, Anderson ...... First Year .. Third Year Finch, Lyme .............. ........ S econd Year Flurry, Marcus ...... Fortier, Elizabeth Fortune, Vernon ...... ....... ..........,,,,Tishomingo, Miss .Iuka, Miss. ,...........Tishomingo, Miss. Third Year ............ .Tishomingo, Miss Second Year ............Tishomingo, Miss. First Year ..........,..... Tishorningo, Miss. ........,,,,Booneville, First Year ................ Iuka, Miss. .Iuka, Miss. First Year .............. ..Tishomingo, ............Tishomingo, ...Tishomingo, First Year ................ Tishomingo, ............Tishomingo, Tishomingo, Miss ............Tishomh1 o Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss. Miss Miss Miss 3 ............TiSh0ming0j Miss .Tishomingo, Miss Frost, Zella ................ ........ F ourth Year Gaisser, Pierce ............. ,,... . . ' Gaisser, Mary Alice Second Year Gardner, Lester ........... ........ Glasgow, Morris ...,...,. ........ S econd Year Glasgow, Wheeler ....... ....... F ourth Year Glenn, Bulah ,,,........... ....... ' Gober, Delila .......... Gober, Reba ....... Second Year Gurley, Flora ..... Third Year ............,. Hester, Barden ...... Fourth Year Hester, Gladys FOL11'fl1 Year Hester, Lois ....... Second Year Holley, Malcom .... ...,.... T hird Year .Tisho.mingo, Miss Tishomingo County A Holley, Eula ,,,,.. Holder, Lora ......... Holder, Earl .......,.... Honeycutt, Linnie ..... Humphrey, Lois ,,.,.. Johnston, J. T. ..., . Jones, Otha ....... Jones, Cassie ,,,,..... Lantrip, Bill ............ Lambert, Tressie ....... Lawriinore, T. B. Lietch, Dalton ..... Lindsey, Irene .... Lindsey, Lillian ...... Lindsey, Ardra ........ Longe, Evie ,.,, ...... Long, Rivers ,,,, ........... gricultural High School . ..... Third Year ..........Second Year .........First Year .. ......Second Year .........Second Year ....First Year .. ......Second Year Second Year ......Third Year ........,.First Year .. .........F1rst Year ..........Third Year .... .Fourth Year .........Third Year ..........Third Year ..........Fourth Year ..........Third Year Lowder, Garland ..........,......... Second Year Loveless, Fannie Mae ............Fourth Year Loveless, Cleetus .......... ..,,.,Fi1-sf. Year .. Marlar, Alton, ........... ......Third Year Tishomingo, Miss Holcut, Miss. Holcut, Miss. Iuka, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss Buntyn, Tenn. Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss Red Bay, Ala. Holcut, Miss. Birmingham, Ala. Burnsville, Miss. Dennis, Miss. Dennis, Miss. Dennis, Miss. Paden, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss Crump, Tenn. Tishomingo, Miss Massey, Ruth ..,........,. ...... F ourth Year' Meek, Cugh .................... ...... F irst Year Monroe, Anna Belle ............ .Fourth Year Monroe, Noonan ............ ...... F irst Year .. Moody, Mary ............... ' ...... First Year ..... ........ Moore, Helene .... ....... T hird Year Moore, Cleo ,....,.... ...... S econd Year Morgan, Gladys ..... 4 . Morgan, Pauline ....... Moser, Avon ............ McAnally, Lum .....,..... McClung, Carrie ....... McRae, Clarence ....... McRae, Alma .,.......... McRae, Dayton ........ McRae, Lucille ........... . ..... Second Year ......First Year .. .....Third Year . ..... Second Year ...First Year . .......Second Yea: Third Year ....,..Second Year ..........Second Year McCutchen, Elwyn, ...... .....,. F irst Year .. Nagle, Gladys ............. Nagle, Perry ........... Nash, Ray ......... Nash, Roy ............ Nash, Georgia ........ Nelson, Lynn ............... Northington, Selma .......... . Osborne, Selma .......... .......First Year .. .......Third Year .......Third Year ......Second Year .......Third Year .....Second Year Fourth Year ......Tf:Fou1'th Year Owens, Vera ............ ...... S econd Year Owens, Dolan ...... .......... T hird Year Owens, Eufra .......... .......... F ourth Year Owens, Havis ............. .......... T hird Year Paden, Ruth ............ ...... ....... T h ird Year Pace, Mattye Faye ...... ....... S econd Year Pace, John Albert ..... Pardue, Shelton ,..... Pate, Delia ............ Page, Verga ..... Page, George ........ Phillips, Earl ...... .......First Year .. .......Fourth Year ..........Second Year ..........Third Year .......F1rst Year .......Third Year Paden, Miss. Burnsville, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss Adamsville, Tenn Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss Iuka, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss Iuka, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss Dennis, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss. Paden, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss Glens, Miss. Belmont, Miss. Dennis, Miss. Hodges, Ala. Tishomingo, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss. Paden, Miss. Dennis, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss. Paden, Miss. Dennis, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss Dennis, Miss. 30 Tishomingo County Agricultural High School Puckett, Arrie ...... Ramsey, Nelson, ..... Reynolds, Dalton ..... Sanders, Linnie .... Scott, Flora ......... Selby, Marie .......... Shamblin, Alta ...... Smith, Hartwal ,,,,.. Smith, Charlie ...... South, Verlon ...... Stanfard, Altie .... Storment, Nell .... Storment, Susie .. Storment, Cecelia Stephens, Artie .. Timbes, Wilburn ..... Timbes, Robert .... Timbes, Corinne, Tidwell, Estie ...... Tucker, Mitchell Trumlin, Lucile ............ Tumlin, Katherine Wade, Verna ........ Watson, Clarence Weathersby, John VVhite, Rubye ...... Wheeler, K. C. Wheeler, Vera .... Winnfngham, Joe Woodley, Mamie Wright, Roy ........ ........First Year ........First Year .. ..Fourth Year ........Thi1'd Year ........Second Year ........Second Year ........Fou1'th Year ........Fourth Year ........F1rst Year ........Fourth Year ........Second Year ........Fourth Year . ...,.. Third Year ........Third Year ........First Year .. ........Third Year ..,Fourth Year ........Th1'rd Year ........Third Year ........Third Year ........Fourth Year ........Third Year ....,,,,Third Year ........Third Year ......,,First Year ........Third Year ........Fourth Year ........Third Year ........First Year ........Third Year ........Third Year Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss Paden, Miss. Iuka, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss Booneville, Miss. Booneville, Miss. Adamsville, Tenn. Paden, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss. Tishomrngo, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss. Paden, Miss. Paden, Miss. Dennis, Miss. Paden, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss Tishomingo, Miss Holcut, Miss. Burnsville, Miss. Tishomingo, Miss Burnsville, Miss. Booneville, Miss. Booneville, Miss. Crump, Tenn. Burnsville, Miss. Adamsville, Tenn Tishomingo County Agricultural High School A. C. GARDNER TISHOMINGO, MISS. Dealer in General Merchandise, School Supplies and Toilet Articles TRADE WITH J. C. JOURDAN DRUG STORE "Over Twenty-Five Years in Business' IUKA, MISSISSIPPI T. H. YOUNG BELMONT, MISS. DEALER IN FANCY GROCERIES Fresh Meats a Specialty BELMONT HOTEL BELMONT, MISS. MRS. N. G. HARRIS, Proprieu-ess American Plan Hot and Cold Water Steam Heat SOUTHERN - CAFE TISHOMINGO, MISS. Everything Good to Eat, Drink and Smoke F. A. Hode, Prop. On the Corner W. C. McNUTT TISHOMINGO, MISS. GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND PRODUCE Tishomingo County Agricultural High School 'W. S. BROWN 8z COMPANY IUKA, MISSISSIPPI LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR-MEN,S WEAR And Variety Store THEO FORTIER TISHOMINGO, MISS. ' HOME-KILLED MEATS and FRESH VEGETABLES R. R. HILL IUKA, MISS. DENTIST Office Over Postoffice J. O. SOUTHWARD TISHOMINGO, MISS. I "The Store of Quality" DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND I COTTON BUYER STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER WEAR LONGER AND COST LESS' S0 Th g min o County Agficultural High School 33 Iu ka Insurance 8x Real Estate Company IUKA, MISSISSIPPI FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE R. C. VAUGHN, Manager T CO he Rankin Printer CORIN TH, MISS. The Best Equipped Printing Plant in North Mississippi I MPLETE 'LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES CARRIED IN STOCK AT WHOLESALE PRICES WRITE US FOR YOUR NEEDS .Tishoiningo County Agricultural High School TISHCMINCC CAFE ' TISHOMINGO, MISS. MRS. G. W. RAE, Proprietress "The Place to Eat" T. L. BROWN sz COMPANY ' IUKA, MISSISSIPPI The Store of Satisfactory Service Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies' Fine Dress Goods, Ready-to-Wear and Shoes TISHOMINGO ICE COMPANY ' TISHOMINGO, MISS. ICE, GROCERIES, CIGARETTES AND TOBACCO FRESH MEAT AND COLD DRINKS H. R. BICKERSTAFF TISHOMINGO, MISS. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, FEED AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES BARBER SHOP TISHOMINGO, MISS. HOT AND COLD BATHS CLEANING AND PRESSING NASH BROTHERS TISHOMINGO, MISS. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE I WHEN YOU ARE SHOPPING Try The Drug Store First If it's Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods, Soaps, Face Powders, Standard Package Medicine, Hair Brushes, ' Tooth Brushes, Whisk Brooms, Combs, or any of the hundreds of articles sold by every up-to-date Drug Store, you will find them here at our store, and then some. TRY THE DRUG STORET FIRST TISHOMINGO DRUG CGMPANY V Mas. E. F. BURNS, P1-Oprieu-ess


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