Attica School of 1920
Mrs. Gladys Knotts Anderson of Reyno furnishes this photo of the Attica School of 1920 (or 1921). Pictured are, front row, from left, Johnny England, Lehman Rose, Fred Crismon, Arvil Winebaugh, Jim Hufstedler, Paul Hufstedler, J. R. Knotts, Jack Shanks, James Rose, Ray Thomas, Bessie Simington, Gladys Knotts, Clara Missey.
Second row, from left, Miss Stella Gibson, teacher, Carl England, Arvil Knotts, Howard Missey, Dora Belle England, Lena England, Esther Missey, almost hidden by Esther's head is Lesley Johnson, Van Ulmer; in front of Van are Eunice Roberts and Pearl Broadway, Alta Gross; in front of Alta is Vera May Lacy, Mona Slayton, Hazel Simington, Connie Thomas, Lona May Tomlin, Mona Crismon, Arvid Shanks, Mitt Bennett, teacher.
Third row, from left, Grace Missey, Novella Roberts, Mary Foster, Edna Missey, almost hidden face is Hubert England, Notra Slayton, Fay Lewis, Opal Thomas, Minnie Simington, Essie Johnson, Helen Crismon, Opal Winebaugh, Zelma Crismon, Roxie Knotts, Audry Winebaugh, Fay Hufstedler, Mayme Gross, Bonnie Hufstedler, Stella Broadway, Earl Broadway, Buster Lewis.
Fourth row, from left, back of Opal Thomas is Hite Knotts, John Johnson, Elsie Tomlin, Thelma Broadway, Leo Johnson, Eulah Broadway, Hulen Slayton, Hinkle Simington, Austin Crismon, Lorelle Knotts, Earl Slayton, Freeman "Jack" Johnson.
Miss Gibson taught grades 1 - 4 and Mr. Bennett taught grades 5- 8. At a later date they were united in marriage.
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