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    COMMERCE HIGH SCHOOL
    CLASS OF 1927

    Commerce, Texas

    Photo courtesy Winfred R. Hall
    Texas - Commerce High School Class of 1927
    Front Row
    Smith, Brode Woosley, Pat England, Fred Winn, Herbert Kelley, Beaty Johnson, Woodrow Tisdale, Dorothy Owen, Margaret Ladd, Inez O'Neil, Marie Roam, Marie Clark, Ruby Marshall, Sarah

    Back Row
    Drake, Glendon Morrison, Joe Hall, Winfred Blyi, Richard Taylor, Weldon Farrrow, Mary Ellen Orran, De Alva Shoemake, Herbert Poole, Mozelle Johnson. J.P. Barker, Jessie McFadden,Evelyn O'Neil, LaVerne Hale, Edythe Wheeler, Allane Knox, Dell Kelly, Mary Maude Smith, Thelma Simons, Lois Williams, Ruth
    Commerce High School, Commerce, Texas
    Commerce High School
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    Subject: Commerce High School Class of 1927

    Dear Editor,

    My husband's father Winfred R. Hall grew up in Commerce. His father R. M. Hall had a grocery store first at the college when it was East Texas Normal. Later he moved the store to 1114 Main Street. They lived at 1714 Church Street. All of the 4 Hall children (Opal, Winfred, Marlin, and Dorothy) attended High School in Commerce.

    While looking through some old photos, we found this picture of the class of 1927 with their names listed on the back. W. R. is located third from the left on the back row. - Cary and Jean Hall, San Antonio, Texas. - April 19, 2006
    Texas Escapes, in its purpose to preserve historic, endangered and vanishing Texas, asks that anyone wishing to share their local history and vintage/historic photos of their town, please contact us.

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