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Some interesting old photographs from 1926, 1927, 1928

SOME INTERESTING OLD PHOTOGRAPHSBellevelle Basketball team 1926

1926 Bevelle Junior High School Basket Ball team, which won the county Championship in the tournament held at Dadeville on March 12th. This team has not been defeated in 3 years by a Junior High School Team. From front to back: Emmet Keith, Roscoe Slagle, Everett Mitchem, (Capt.), Harold Bains, Buster Keith, Willis Slagle, Raymond Tapley, Edwin Price, Russell Gordon, Talmadge Hardaman, C. C. Smith (Photograph from Avondale Sun. 1926 v. 3, no. 39-51 (April -June)


Belleville Parent Teacher Association

Parent-Teacher Association of Bellevelle(from Avondale Sun 0 1925 – v. 2, no. 40-51 (April -June)

Sycamore Tea party Avondale Sun 1927 v. 4, no.01-10 (January-March)

A Sycamore Tea Party

The following little girls, Gabriella Comer, Hattie Morris, Evelyn Hickman, Betty Sue and Tommie McGathey frequently bring their dolls to school and have a tea party out on the lawn (Avondale Sun. 1927 v.4, no.01-10 (January-March)

Bellevelle Sunday School Class Avondale Sun. 1927 v.4, no.01-10 (January-March)

Helen Comer Sunday School Class

Front Row, left to right: Gladys Davis, Leila Bailey, Annis Colwell, Ola Culver, Florence Smith, Geneva Wingard, Lavelle Davis, Emma Little, Jennie Johnson, Levis Daniel, Geneivine Whittaker.

Second Row: Odelle Gordon, Mary Bowens, Vera Croley, Berneice Bowen, Clara Crawford, Bessie Buzbee

Third Row: Naletta Smith, Dorothy McGowen, Hilda Adams;

Back: Miss Mary Annie Smith, teacher, and Ophilia Bush

(Helen Comer Sunday School class 0f Bellevelle  Avondale Sun. 1927 v.4, no.01-10 (January-March)

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