1919 Jonquil The Grove High   School
Class  of  1919

 

Faculty

 

D. M. CLEMENTS, B.S. .................... Agriculture - Principal
Graduate of Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1910. Instructor in Jones' High School, Lynnville, Tenn.,
1911 -1914. Instructor in Agriculture in the E. W. Grove Henry County High School, Paris, Tenn., 1914-1917. County Demonstration Agent. Henry County, 1917. Two summers at University of Wisconsin.
Miss PEARL TREVATHAN, B.S. ................... History
Graduate of Paris Select School. Graduate of Southern Normal University. Instructor in county schools.
Instructor in Paris High School. Instructor in E. W. Grove Henry County High School since 1909. Two
summers at University of Tennessee. One summer at University of Wisconsin.
Miss DIANA MATTHEWS .......................... English
Graduate of the E. W. Grove Henry County High School. One year at Randolph-Macon. Instructor in
E. W. Grove Henry County High School since 1916. One summer at University of Tennessee.
Miss GRACE LEWIS . ........................... English
Graduate of E. W. Grove Henry County High School. One year at Randolph-Macon. Teacher two years
in Paris Public Schools. Instructor one year in E. W. Grove Henry County High School. One summer at
University of Wisconsin.
J. W. DOUGLAS, A.B. .......................... Language
Graduate Emory & Henry, Virginia. Principal of Newbern High School. Superintendent of Henry County.
President of Bolton College. Superintendent of City Schools at Trenton and at Humboldt, Tennessee.
W. F. ROGERS, A.B. ............................ History
Graduate of Savannah Institute. Graduate of University of Tennessee. Mr. Rogers has had much experience in Athletics and Dramatic Arts, and should be of much assistance to us along these lines. (Staff unable to obtain picture.)
ROWE CHAPMAN, M.S. ......................... Mathematics
Taught in the rural schools of Alabama, 1908-1911. Attended State Normal, Troy, Ala., 1911-1913. In-
structor of Mathematics and Physics, Second District Agricultural School, Evergreen, Ala.. 1913-1914. At-
tended University of Alabama, 1914-1917. Instructor of Mathematics, University of Alabama, 1916-1917.
Principal, Franklin County High School, 1917-1918.
Miss MADIE CAPERTON, B.S. ....................... Science
Graduate of High School, Hattiesburg, Miss. Graduate of Mississippi Institute and College. Attended
Mississippi Normal two years. Teacher at Kentwood, La., one year.
Miss MELBE DEFORD ....................... Domestic Science
Four years Knox County High School. Two years at Tusculum College. Two summers at University of
Chicago.
Miss NANCY KARNES ........................... Music
Certificates from New York School of Music and Arts. Also from Chicago Musical College.
Miss INEZ BURCH ............................ Expression
Graduate of E. W. Grove Henry County High School. Two summers at the University of Chicago.


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