Myrtle Hawk and W. R. McClure
By 1945, William R. McClure, his wife Myrtle Hawk McClure, and daughters Reba and Sarah were living at Ray City, GA. W. R. McClure was employed as the principal at the Ray City School and Myrtle McClure, wife of W. R. McClure was a math teacher.
In the photo above, the McClures pose in front of their car, apparently dressed for a social occasion. When teaching, Mrs. McClure normally wore a business suit with a high neck blouse.
As school let out for the summer of 1947 W. R. McClure resigned his position as principal of the Ray City School to go into business for himself. The business, a bookkeeping service called “Mail-Me-Monday. Some time after 1950 the MClures moved to Valdosta where W. R. McClure continued his business. Reba McClure married J.I. Clements who went on to become a baseball coach at Georgia Southern University. Sarah became a bookkeeper in Valdosta.
- W.R. McClure Resigns as Ray City Principal
- Mail Me Monday
- J.I. Clements, Jr of Ray City ~ Georgia Southern Hall of Famer