Bullitt County History

Teachers in 1926

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These Bullitt County teachers attended Western Kentucky Normal School during the summer of 1926. Pictured in the midst of them was Dr. H. H. Cherry, the school's head. The picture is taken from microfilm which accounts for its poor quality.

Top Row, Left to Right - Mary T. Melton, Kathryn Nusz, Virginia Gardner, Mary Jane Garr, Hazel Hall, Fanny B. Henderson, Rossallee McKinney, Catherine McKinney, Ernestine Hall, Ruth Murray, Ola Gray, Ida M. Wise, Ethel M. Cochran, Thelma Davis, and Ruth Holeman.

Second Row, Left to Right - Mildred Bergen, Dolly Stephen, Mildred Hall, Julia A. Ash, Louise Shelton, Mabel Shelton, Etta Nusz, Mary Triplett, Ola Henderson, Beryl Hall, Marjorie Purcell, Sylvia Barrall, Margaret Miller, Geneva Gibson, Alda Acker and Sadie Holeman.

Third Row, Left to Right - Mary Ping, Ophelia Masden, Ruth Crenshaw, Beatrice Moore, Lillian Swearingen, Dr. H. H. Cherry, Clara Johnson, Aldena Barrall, Ruby Perry, Marie Lutes, Stella Simmons and Ora L. Roby.

Front Row, Left to right - Dewey Lee Simmons, Clyde E. Roby, Otis F. Brown, Ray Binford, Wassell Rodgers and W. E. Roberts.

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