Sardis School about 1918. Photo courtesy of Robin Sterling.

Fifth (Back Row), L to R: Vester McGill, Don Williams, Ralph Cruce, Mae McGill, Lena Hunt, Essie Harding, Burnice Moore, Rassie Williams, Dossie White, Carden, Pierce Williams, Bennie Cruce, Henry White, Carden, Edward McCain, Robert White, Loyd Park;

Fourth Row, L to R: Dorothy Cook, Liza Capp, Liola Davis, Edna Meigs, DeliaTaylor, Jessie McCain, Ruby McGill, Ralph Allgood, Mack McGill, Carden, Leslie Allcorn, John McGill, Trent Moore, Noel Meigs, Ervin Cupp;

Third Row, L to R: Minnie Clanton, Ellen Clanton, Estelle McGill, Minnie McCain, ? Morris, (skipping to teacher); teacher, Hampton Richards, (skip three persons to) Eugene McCain, Herman Williams, Sam Cook, Burt McCain, Grady Hunt;

Second Row L to R: Lemmer Harding, Euna Meigs, Fannie Mae Davis, Alma McCain, Vealy Taylor, Elsa Lee, (skip teacher) Dervie Harding, Owen Williams, (third down from Ed Mc);

First Row L to R: Agnes Allgood (slightly behind 1st Row), Lizzie McCain, Clara Allcorn, Myrtie McGill, Jannie Cook, Bertha McCain, Lillie Lee, Jossie Cupp, Annie Cupp, Clarence Cook, Charlie McCain, Thurman Meigs, William Allcorn, Willie Cook, ? Taylor, Charlie Clanton (almost hidden), ?, ?, Hunt?, Harold Walker, Burton Sterling, Marion Clanton; Front Kneeling: Clarence Cook, ?, ?

Sardis School mid 1920's; there are no names for all the ones here, but the teachers on either side are Winston County native John Thomas Blake on the left and Myrtie (Alford) Hunter on the right. Photo courtesy of Robin Sterling.