1955 Ag - Willis, Dorminy, Patton - photo appeared in Valdosta Daily Times (this is right photo)
NASHVILLE, Ga., Jan. 27. – The vocational-agriculture program of Berrien High School is designed to assist students in becoming better citizens by offering practical instruction in school, home and farm problems. At left, Walter Cooper, a student, uses a plainer in the school’s new farm shop. Looking on are H.W. Patten (left), vo-ag teacher; Fred Beverly, principal, and W.H. Outlaw, county school superintendent. Farm visits are an important link in Berrien’s vo-ag program. In the center photograph J.H. Gordon (left), vo-ag teacher who specializes in working with young farmers, visits Irvin Jones’ tobacco bed. In the picture at right, Ronald Willis and Claude Dorminy, who are feeding steers for the Valdosta Fat Cattle Show, mix a balanced ration for their animals with the help of H.W. Patten.
From Berrien High School - 1954-1955