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1927 Wickliffe School class photo (newspaper clipping)
Top row left to right: Ernest "Tip" Murray, Johnny Reeves, Harold Jones, J. C. Edwards, unknown, Thomas Norris, Clyde Dexter, J. Willie Hunter, Thomas Edwin Thompson;
2nd row: Teacher, Miss Collins, Frank Carpenter, James Albert Reeves, Katherine Michael, Lora Bee Payne, Frances Pool, unknown, Beatrice Edwards, unknown;
3rd row: Eura Bell Madden, Shirley Price, Crystal Clark, Frances E. Cocke, Verbal Dexter, Ethel Rollins, Evelyn Maxwell, Ruthie Haynes, Sadie Whitas, Jane Hutcherson, unknown and Miriam Miller; Bottom row: unknown Byassee, Clarence Parham, Chester Hamilton, Bill Dennis, A. W. Arp, Hawthorne Wallis and Robert Murphy.
Harold Jones, who owned the original photo and submitted it to the newspaper, is now deceased,
Submitted by Teresa.
Wickliffe School 1927

WICKLIFFE SCHOOL - left to right - first row - Jeff Hutcherson, Raymond "Cricket" Giles, Jimmie Lee, James "Baby" Deweese, Charles Billington, Dorris Loudermilk, Earl Bradley, Melton Thomason, Norman Lee, Hugh Cook, Colie Stovall.
  Second row - Spence Bass, Ruth Morris Rudolph, Almarine Burkhart, Francis Loudermilk, La Myra Kane Swanson, Eunice Ashcraft Dusch, Ruby Frazier, Jessie Giles Henderson, Anna Belle Hughes, Margaret Watwood, Jimmie Stovall
  Third row - Cebe Stovall Roberts, Ina Jamison Wallers, Tick Adams Giles, Catherine Hughes Hall, Evelyn Lawerence - Mrs. Bodkin, teacher, = Lucille Rollins Priest, Otis Jamison Newton, Anna Whitis, Matty Murphy Lawerence, Boyd Webb, Dick Wells, John M. Burkhart.
  Fourth row - Hubert Thomason, Warren "Biffo" Allmon, Hugh Rathrock, Martin Clark, Bill Freeman, Ewing "Sis" Phillips, Marshall Bradley, Roger "Dodge" Giles, and Bill Carmen.
This picture is owned by Mrs. Tick Giles of Wickliffe. Mrs. Joe Tharp of Route 3, Kevil, also had a copy of picture.
  Submitted by Teresa.

(Eunice Tick Giles, of Wickliffe, died in Bardwell in 2003 at age 93. She was retired as lunch-room supervisor at the former Wickliffe Elementary School. She was survived by six sons, nine grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Roger "Dodge" Giles; two sisters; and four brothers. Her parents were William and Lula Ogborn Adams.)  If you know who currently owns the photo, please contact me. Thanks.

Wickliffe School
OHIO SCHOOL  -  BALLARD COUNTY 1913  -  This school was located between Blandville and New York community.
Top row - Sam Gunn, teacher; Norman Martin, Dick Hogan, Jim Hogan, Edd Martin;
Second row - Margaret Dunn, Lillie Davis, Gertia McChristian, Uldene Elliott, Roberta Hogan, Bill Doke, Glen Lane, Dewey Goode, Loyd Lane;
Third row - Motelle Dunn, Ruth Dunn, Motelle McChristian, Zetra Lane, Cozette McChristian, Alvin Leath, Dock Brown, O.T. Lane;
Fourth Row - Thelma Leath, Ivan Arlington, Nan Hogan, Ozelma Highsmith, Edna Martin, Cozette Norvell, Etta Hogan, Eugene Owen, Nan Dunn;
Fifth Row - Leland Doke, Sam Dunn, Elwick Blanks, Oscar Brown, Rollie Martin, Alton Elliott, Otto Liked, Urban Lane.
This picture is the property of Miss Nan Hogan.

Photo from Jen
Ohio School 1913
1895 Wickliffe School
1895 Wickliffe School  -  Professor William Wilson Morris (far back)  - with permission of Teresa
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The Fabulous Five 1948
Not a school picture, but Kenny and Phil Rollins made the big time from Wickliffe HS.
Seated:  Ralph Beard, Adolph Rupp, Kenny Rollins
Standing:  Wallace "Wah Wah" Jones, Alex Groza, Cliff Barker
1942 Wickliffe HS Graduation Program
Mrs. Lawrence Herring, Reverend H.R. Anderson, bette Louise Dunn, Aileen Strong, O.A. Adams, dr. Henry W. Tatter