Public Education in Beverly, VA-WV Beginning 1858
Pupils, Teachers, Buildings
Miss Kate Crouch's School (Beverly) circa 1900 Top row, L. to R., Eva Baker/Flo Schuylex Kitie Talbott, Bernice Daniels. 2nd row, Ned Bryan, John an Orman, Palmer Ward, Kent Scott, John Bradshaw, Bud Gibbons, Nina Bosworth, Marguerite Talbott, Ressie Barlow Brd row, Miss Kate Crouch, teacher, standing, Walt Bradshaw, staanding, Winifred Talbot, Beulah Robinson, Lina Logan, Mary High, Gene Baker, Marian Bradshaw, all sitting. 4th row, Arch Woodley, Dorsey Hansaw Doonald Talbott, Ward Van Orman, and Tucker Armstyong.
Second Beverly School built to replace first brick school in which one wall fell out. believed to be a 1950 photo.
The Randolph Female Seminary was established at Beverlyl in 1880
Full view photo of first brick school photos 3 and 4 now with a broad range of students by age along with several adults as teachers.
Bottom Row, Kneeling Left to Right Charles Baker, Roy Daniels, Roscoe Harper, Goldie (Phares) White} Enid (Hlarper) Crickard, Lemora (Lytie) Kabasenche, Kathleen (Mollihan) Chapman, Elthadora (Pence): Chenoworth, Erma (Swecker) Asliby, Leone (Lytle) Pingley, Virginia (Ward) Marteny, Grace (Evans White Row 2: Dadiet Church, Elizabeth (Wanmsley) Wilson; Ruth (Cox) Bishop, Katherine (Snelson) McMaore, Eunice (Butcher) Howell, Josephine (Feight) Snyder, Marie (Simmons) Wamsley, Virginia (Baker) Hill, Josephine (Miller). Hutson, Gladys (Chenoworth) Willis, Madge (Caplinger) Wilmoth, Helen (Crawiord) Zicketoosel Virgie (Pritt) Phillips, Marguerite Thomas. Row 3 Randolph Alain, Marvin Daniels, Jacob Fowler, John Nelson Neil Daniels, Helen Triplett) Rosensteel Lelah (Evans) Hart, Madeline (Cavalier) Allgreen, Virginia (Daniels) Scott, Virginia (Chenoworth) Johnson, Marie (Painter) Criegler, Louise (Conroe) Galbraith, Charles Harf, Morrell Phares, Delbert Phillips, Blair Hart, Aubry Cox Top Row: Hilda (Daniels) Stalnaker, Howard Shireman, Ruth (Church) Channell, Grant Nine (Teacher), Willa Byld Tyree Catherine (Hartsaw)
This group of Beverly $school children gathered, with the teacher, William T. Woodward, in front of the school building 1890. Helen Bosworth Harding is sixth from the left in the first row Beverly School, upper grades ended with grade 11 in 1923. Mary Scott, back row, 2nd from left, had to attend Elkins the next year for hezenipi year/Her sister Lyla Scott, center row, 2nd from left, (see BH$ basketball tearh photo) would graduate from Beverly High School in 1925, When the wall fall out of the first two story brick school, classes were held on the second floor Rohrbaugh Hall (photo where-later the basketball team would play.
Beverly School (grades 1-11, 1923) Mary Seo, back row for aunt of Randyar and Lyla Scott Allan class of 1924, (mother of Randy Alan) is (see BHS baseball team photo) When the wall fell out of the first two story brick school second floor of Rohrbau Beverly School, pper grades, to attend Elkins the next year ye her senr yeet Her sister Ma Scolt, center row 2nd from left, alo Ran Allan, centor owth fm left, (se/BNS baskatal team photoj would graduate frm Beverly High School 1925 When the w.fe o floor of Rohirbaugh Halahoto) where later the baskettal team would play also
First Beverly High Basketball Team
Randolph Allan, Willis Hertig, Coach Stuart Ervin,
Charles Pence, Hillis Hill, Furman Thomas.
The first team to represent Beverly School on hardwood.
in 1925, was successful in winning seven, while losing only
four games It was quitea difierent game in the good old
days as the scores would indicate. For example the team
won the home games from Thomas by a score of 9 to 4
and from Tygarts Valley 12 to 8. The game with Petersburg
was won by the unusually iarge score of 29 to 27.
Topics. This historical marker is listed in this topic list: Education.
Location. 38° 50.617′ N, 79° 52.367′ W. Marker is in Beverly, West Virginia, in Randolph County. Marker is on Seneca Trail (U.S. 250), on the right when traveling north. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Beverly WV 26253, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Beverly Methodist Church (within shouting distance of this marker); Presbyterian Church (about 400 feet away, measured in a direct line); Gum Hart / Collett House (about 500 feet away); Lemuel Chenoweth
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