Jess Hunter of the Gladesville community furnishes this photo of the Warm Springs School of 1916, of which Roy Hinkle, left was teacher. The school building had burned in 1915, and the students were attending school in an old shop building when this photo was taken. Of the large number of students living in the community at that time, Mr. Hunter is the only one who still resides in the community. Students are beginning on front row with girl in middle of picture, from left, Lorene Hunter Harris, Iva Hunter McElrath, Lessie Thomas, Pearl Bagget, Tillie Hinkle, Katie Price, Katie Clayton, and Tilman Nettles. Second row, from left, Jason McElrath, Lehman Hagar, Silas Clayton, Newt Hagar, Everett Havey, Mack Hinkle, Bill Hinkle, Levi Hunter, Lem Flanigan, Jesse Hunter, Ray McElrath, Nile Hudson, Allerd Hudson, and Vera Sorrells. Third row, from left, Pearl McElrath, Jessie Havey, Perry Hinkle, Mont Johnson, Sam Groves, Leona Bellah, Vida Hinkle, Dortha Flanigan, Della Clayton, Oran Bellah, Nancy Bagget, Lorene Morgan, Chester Hudson, Ida Hinkle, Texie Nettles Hudson, and Sarah Nettles. Back row, from left, Mr. Hinkle, Hasel Clayton, Elva Williams, Floyd Hagar, Claud McElrath, Charlie Hinkle, Herman Johnson, Herman Holland, Fred Holland, Cloyd Clayton, Icy McElrath Reed, Maud Nettles Coe and Elva Nettles Coe. Newspaper publication date unknown.