March 2, 2017 at 12:52 am (Uncategorized)
Tags: Alic Hayes, Alton Akins, Annie Belle Outlaw, Becky Nash, Bessie Noles, Billy Cornelius, Caroly Griffin, Caroly P. Griffin, Carroll Cumbus, Charles Donald Napier, Charlie Barker, Christopher Carter, Dale Hollrah, David Allen Howell, Don Haskins, Doris Lightsy, Dorothy Akins, E. W. Wilkerson, Ed Krejci, Edit Peters, Elaine Carter, Frank Hayes, Furman Ray, Gladys Sargent, Hazel Hancock, Howard Barker Roscoe Stallings, Ima Jean Ray, Inez Hayes, Jimmy Hand, Jo Ann McCray, Johnny Pat Webb, Juanita Weaver, Lamar Carter, Leila May Noles, Lucile Noles, Mattie Lou Stevens, Nelda Nash, Ouida Knight, Pete Akins, Philip Akins, Rita Wilkerson, Roma Parrish, Royce Noles, Sarah Blanton, Sherry Carter, Victoria Bennett, Vivian Browning, W. T. Barker, Wylene Lott
September 24, 2015 at 1:58 am (Berrien County Sports, Education In the Wiregrass)
Tags: 1929 Nashville High School Girls Basketball Team, 1937 New Lois Girls Basketball Team, Alma Luke, Annette Snead Ensley, Arlo Snead, Berrien County GA, Bill Griffin Register, Billy Snead, Colonel Dewitt Sapp, David Lovett, Dorothy Snead, Edna Bennett, Eugene Lovett, Evelyn Carter Wilkes, Felton "Crip" Snead, Grover Cleveland Patten, Hazel Fletcher, Hazel Ray, Henry Snead, Ida Lou Giddens, Inez Snead Lovett, James Lovett, Jan Lovett, Jimmy Lovett, Laura Youmans, Lucile Noles, Martha "Boots" Lovett Paulk, Martha Jim Lovett, Mary Lovett Skinner, Maxie Snead Patten, Myrt Snead Willis, Myrtice Jordan, Nashville High School, Nashville Wonder Six, Nell Powell McCloud, Nettie Snead, New Lois School, Ray City GA, Reba Patten, Silvia Bonnett, Tom Skinner, Walter Snead, William McIntyre Snead, Willie Chisholm, Willie May "Bill" Sapp
Maxie Snead Patten (1912-1992)
Maxie Snead Patten was a well known athlete, teacher, coach, youth leader and author of Berrien County, GA. On September 3, 1950 Maxie Snead Patten addressed the youth of the Ray City community at the Ray City Baptist Church.
Maxie Snead played on the “Nashville Wonder Six” Southeast Georgia Championship teams of 1927, 1928, and 1929. Among her team mates was Ida Lou Giddens, daughter of Ray City barber and mayor Lyman Franklin Giddens.
In the 1930s Maxie Snead Patten coached the girls basketball teams at New Lois School to the Berrien County Championship. Team member Alma Luke later attended the Ray City School.