Some old history from one of the many one-room schools we used to have all over the county. Such an important part of our county, these schools of long ago. A vital part of the community, not only for learning, but for just bringing the community closer together as a family. It's a lonesome feeling now thinking of these days of yesteryear.
Chapel Hill School Group 1931-32
Front row, L to R: Zula Walker, Donald Nunn, Roy Beshears, Tommy Collins, Kevil Nunn, Kenneth Conger, J. C. Nunn, Thomas Nunn.
Back row: Gladys Nunn, Belba Walker, Opal Walker, Hilda Long, Hatley Long, Ina Long, Wilber Beard, Elba Walker, Rudel Nunn, Teacher.
Feb. 2, 1931 - Chapel Hill School News: The Chapel Hill School closed its seven months session this week with a short program. Attendance awards were given to three students, Wilbur Beard, Gladys Nunn and Donald Nunn, who were present every day during the school year.
Students at Chapel Hill, with Rudell Nunn as teacher, have won a number of honors during the past scholastic term. At the county fair they received a $5.00 prize from the Board of Eduactino for having a hundred per cent attendance at the fair. At a spelling contest held last week Marvin Collins, of the seventh grade, won the privilege of representing the county in the county spelling bee to be held in Marion. Other winners by grades are as follows: First-Tommy Collins; second-Donald Nunn, Third-Kenneth Conger, Fourth- Ina Long, Fifth-Thomas Nunn, Seventh- Marvin Collins.