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NEWBERRY CITY SCHOOLS
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The Xewberry school district \\d>
created by an act of . the legislature
IV . 23, lS8i), and ai that time comprised
the incorporate town of Xew1
:erry, but since then it has been enlarged
to include the Mollohon mill
vtiiage and the Oakland mill village,
?v"s!> it was made to include a sec nop
v.-, country extending: from the Lake
]>Iace on the north to the Pomarii
r. u i on the east and extending: a distance
of abou: two and one-half
miies. Within this district are located
ihe Newberry city schools, compo.-ed
of the following: schools: The
2\ -wherry Hi<?h school. Boundary
Sireet school, Speers Street school.
\Ye?t End school. Mollohon school,
and the Oakland school, and to these
:> added the neg:ro school now known
" as the Drayton Street school. There
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t>40 negro children enrolled.
3oundarv Street school was the
first school building in the district. It
a largo brick building with nine
class-rooms besides the office and
basements. This summer electric
lights were installed and modern single
desks were put in to replace the
old double desks. Miss Gertrude
Reeder i^ the principal and the follow
compose her corps of teachers:
Miss Mary Wallace, Mrs. Mildred ?.
Mooney, Miss Marion Daniel, Miss
.\nnie Bynum, Miss Ccrrie Lei Hav^rd,
MiS3 Georgia Porter, Miss Ruth
S chum pert, and Miss Sudie Dennis.
The enrollment is 302.
Speers Street school is the seeonci
grammar school in the district. It is
b largo fourteen room brick building
and has an auditorium with a seating
capacity of about 350. The building
was remodeled and enlarged this sum-mer,
a new steam heating plant put
in and the old double desks were re*
placed by new singles. It is equinned
with electric lights. Mrs. E .B. Setzlc-r
is the principal, with the following
teachers: Miss Abiie Gaillard.
M iss Goode Burton,.Miss Ethel Jones.
Miss Elizabeth Renwick, Miss Gussie
Sligh, Miss Alliene Hipp, Miss Clara
r Bowers, Miss Gladys Stilwell, and
Miss Louise Taylor. The enrollment
West End is the eldest of the mill
schools. It is a nice two s?ory trick
and granite building. Four large
"well-lighted class rooms are used for
the first "four grades. Miss Sadie
Goggans is the principal and is assisted
by the following teachcrs: Miss
Daisy Cannon, Miss Maude Hamilton,
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; roilment is 151.
In the Oakland Mill village 0:1 an
ideal location for a school building is
a nice two story wood building conraining
four class rooms and an audit
orium with a seating capacity of
oOOJ The building is equipped with
modern single desks. Prof. G. G.
Sale is the principal, with Mrs. Sale
, and Miss EJise Peterson as teachers.
The enrollment is 39.
The newest school building, in the
district is the Moilohon school. It was
completed last year and is a modern
vxo story brick building with four
large, well lighted class rooms on tiie
iirst floor, and an auditorium with a
seating capacity of 600 on the second
floor. This building is equipped with
a first class steam heating plant and
is furnished with modern single desks.
Miss Sarah Caldwell is thq principal
and with her are the following
teachers-: Mrs. J. Frank Browne, Miss
Julia Summer, Mrs. J. F. Hawkins.
Enrollment is 127.x /
The High school is situated near
the center of the town on Martin
street. It was enlarged this summer
and now has ten class rooms, a physics
laboratory, an office, and an auditorium
with a seating capacity of
^ about COO. A two-pipe steam heating
piUiiv tlt'.S ICVtiiltJ v?ll iiiOkuinu
the ivuilding is equipped with modern
singJe desks. The home economies
department and the agriculture department
are being fully equipped.
The physical development of the high
school pupils was not overlooked in
the high school plans, for on tKi
campus is a nice gymnasium, 80 feet
long, 40 feet wide and 20 feet high.
Prof. J. L. Keitt, Jr., is principal of
the high s'-hool and with him are the
following corps of teachers: Miss
Elizabeth Dominick, Miss Marion
Jones, Miss Teressa May'oin, Miss Julia
Kiblor, Miss Vivian McXeill, Mrs.
H. O. Swittenberg, Prof. J. C. Poole,
and Prof. E. L. Sotzier. The enroll
meiit is 186.
The management cf the schools is
in the hands of five live business men
who compose the board of trustees.
They are Dr W. G. Mayes, chairman;
.J. Y. McFall, secretary; L. G. Est
ridge, treasurer; J. Y. Jones, and H.
0. B. Cannon is filling his sixth
year as superintendent of the Newberry
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