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Ruth School, offering grades 1-10, was established with
Smith-Hughes Foundation Endowment funds at this site
in 1924 by consolidation of the community schools of
Eaton, Providence, Topisaw, Sweetwater, Pleasant
Hill, Pine Grove, Excelsia, Moak…
Fair Oak Springs consolidated
school opened on this site in
1927. The campus consisted ot
a school building, gymnasium
and teacher''s home. The school
offered an education for the
children of the Fair River, Oak Grove and
Big Springs commu…
East Lincoln High School was the
first consolidated high school in
Lincoln County. Constructed
on this site in 1923, the campus
included a school building, a
shop and vocational building,
lunchroom, teacher''s housing
Formed 1812. At original site, 6mi. W., first Miss. Baptist Convention organized, 1824, with 73 churches, 27 clergy, & 2,392 members lasting until 1829.
The Pascagoula River basin is the largest and last unimpeded river system in the lower 48 states.
The basin is approximately 64 miles long and 84 miles wide with 16,045 miles of rivers and streams.
The Pascagoula River is the lifeblood of …
Marshall Park serves as a charming, picturesque oasis of shade and serenity welcoming you to the main streets of historic Ocean Springs. Planning for the Park began in 1911 as a project of the Ocean Springs Civic Federation. Charles Marshall, Supe…
Dedicated to the
memory of our sons
who made the
supreme sacrifice in
World War II
Nathan Y. Conn
Edwin B. Davis
Harold W. Ervin
Thomas J. Gotliboski
David F. Hayes
O. Bernard Reeves
Harry F. Rishel…
In memory of all veterans - living and dead -
and a special memory to the ones that gave
their lives for their country from Stone County.
In God We Trust
World War I · Korea
World War II · Vietnam
This monument is dedicated to a large group of
men that was formed here. These men were
common men with an uncommon valor in war
they fought for their homes, families and a
constitutional government most were early
settlers of Greene County…
Est. 1880 as one-room, one-
teacher school. In 1920 consol.
several community schools &
became accredited high school.
Closed in 1959, students
transferred to other schools.
Presented by Heucks Alumni, 1984.