Featured in the 1966 newspaper, pictured is the Union School, which was located northeast of Middlebrook. The picture was taken Jan 16, 1911. Seated in front, from left: Oran Baxter, Grady Swindle, Orace Jones and Hadie Smith. First row, kneeling from left: Clay Smith, Cecil Williams Rush, Beulah Odom Glade, Lillian Parker McGee, Lilburn Parker, Greely Swindle, Arvil Neal, Lillie Graham Anspach, Carson Pitman, Essie Pitman Mock, Buford Odom. Secone row, from left: Dewey Johnson, Otis Spencer, Beulah Johnson Swindgruber, Rosie Robinson McCann, Carl Williams, Hallet Baxter, Charlie Pitman, Lutie Johnson, Clarence Martin and Clyde Choate. Third row, from left, W. E. Jones, teacher, Lona Spencer Henson, Mollie Robinson Gambill, Nettie Neal Robinson Ashley, Lessie Johnson Bickford, Vinnie Spencer Hagood, Lucille Hinton Pitman, Ella Smith Odom, Thurse PItman, Grady Pitman and Troy Graham. Top row, from left: Jim Thompson, Edward Gambill, Grady Curtis, Rex Johnson, Ollie Robinson, Arthur Graham, Cromer Hinton, Andy Johnson and Tommie Johnson. Couples shown in the picture that were married are: Edward Gambill and Mollie Robinson, Ollie Robinson and Nettie Neal, Charlie Pitman and Lucille Hinton. In 1966 only one student and one pre-school student lived in Union School District.