in 1917- Students of the Hopewell School in 1917 are shown in
this picture furnished to The Times by Pat Gandy. They are, first
row from left, Jewel (Monkhouse) Lewis, Glovie (Davis) Randolph,
Fannie Mae Wiley, Aubrey Roberts, Dan Holt, Pat Gandy, Grady
Roberts and Nilon (Billy) Beauchamp. Second row, Cleo Stanley,
Hubert Hearne, Oda Roberts, Lawrence Lunsford, Fay Roberts, Stella
Collins, Dolin (Gandy) Rice and Ollie (Pat) Beauchamp. Third
row, Rhoda Widner, Audrey Monkhouse, Edith (Roberts) Collins,
Martha Collins, Fannie Giddens, John Dryden, Hubert Dryden, George
Gamble, Stanley Hearne and Frank Gandy. Fourth row, Beatrice
(Gandy) Brown, Albert Carey, Alvin Widner, Zona (Gambel) Goodson,
Charlie Cookston, Wesley Gandy, Rudolph Widner and Eddie Roberts.
Forest Gamble was teacher.
Note from Dale Roberts: I believe the parenthesis indicate a nickname or married name. My aunt (Oda Roberts) noted on the original that the names for my dad (Aubrey Roberts) and his brother (Grady Roberts) were transposed. I have put them in the right places in the above list. There may be other mistakes.