FAIRY HIGH SCHOOL FAIRIES
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Facts Concerning Fairy High School Dist.
classification of the Fairy school is a four-year high school. It is
located 15 miles north of
in the gap of the mountains.
school has increased considerably, we now have 200 students.
have one of the best group of teachers that can be found anywhere in
County. They are as follows: Mr. Wm. Horsley, Mr. H.
L. Miller, Mrs. John
Rainwater, Mr. Teddy Nix, Mr. Lester Grisham, Miss Wilna Caraway and Mrs.
have a very splendid group of buses and bus drivers. Bus No. 1, driven
from Falls Creek, by Mr. Teddy Nix. Bus No. 2, driven from
Agee by Mr. E. C.
Allison. Bus No. 3, driven from Dry Fork by Mr. Bill Davis. Bus No. 4,
driven from Meridian Creek by Mr. Bill Shepherd. Bus No. 5, driven from
Long Point by Mr. Wallace Edwards.
have 74 square miles of territory.
valuation is $700,000.
was built on the hill north of town in 1886. It was a small one-room, and
there were very few students.
when Professor Randal was teacher, more rooms and a top story were added.
All public gatherings were held in the top of the school house. Several
years after that the top was torn off. The building remained until 1930.
It was decided we need a larger and better building, so it was torn down.
new building has five class rooms, an auditorium, a stage, an office, and
a library. The building was completed
July 15, 1930
1934 the building became so crowded that a two-room building was made for
the first, second, third and fourth grades.
have very splendid equipment. We have one of the best and prettiest
Science rooms that can be found nearly anywhere. At playtime the small
children enjoy playing on the seesaws and slide, while the older ones
engage in ball playing. We appreciate this equipment and want to keep it
in good condition.
school has very splendid citizenship.
also have a partial affiliation.
group consist of Fairy, Falls Creek,
Point, and Meredian Creek.
We have a
very splendid, striving group of board members. The Fairy board members
are as follows: H. S. Pitts, president;
Parks, secretary, and J. T. Jackson.
members: J. D. Patterson, C. M. Tinkle, and J. M. Blacklock.
Creek board: members Frank Allen, C. W. Russell and Monroe Latham.
Creek board members: Leslie Arrant, Walter Abel, and R. L. Dennis.
Point board members: J. V. Miller, H. H. Wolfe, and Clair Brunson.
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HAMILTON COUNTY SCHOOL ANNUAL
TEXAS CENTENNIAL EDITION
W. F. BILLINGSLEA, Publisher
FAIRY PUBLIC SCHOOL, 1936
Shared by Roy Ables.