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83 School class 1935-1936 Tony Gonzalez.jpg
Derby School Class of 1935-36

First row (L to R): Maurine Pittman, Virginia Ellis, Charles Kanaga, Elaine Pendell, Darrell Butterfield, and Jack Edwards;

Second row (L to R:) Miss LaVerne Riblet, Peggy Rosenstiel, Ruth Rankin, Maurine Mohr,…

1715 Mary Pendell Fifth Grade Report Card 1929 -1930 Ivan Pendell.jpg
Report of
Mary Esther Pendell
Fifth Grade

Sedgwick County
District No. 6, Derby
Pearl Sawin
Year 1929 - 1930

The Home and School Should Work
Together for the Good of the Child.

C. R. Rankin,

1690 Mary Pendell Seventh Grade Report Card 1931-1932 Ivan Pendell.jpg
Report of
Mary Esther Pendell
Seventh Grade

Sedgwick County
C. R. Rankin, County Superintendent
District No. Six
Minion N. Spears

Year 1931 - 1932

1689 Eight Grade Graduation 1933 Ivan Pendell.jpg
The eighth grade graduation of the Derby grade and rural schools was held on May 22, 1933.

Eighth Grade
Derby Grade and Rural Schools
High School Auditorium
Monday Evening, May 22, 1933



1615 Audine 4th from L top row (4th or 5th gr) 1928 or 1929 Austin family.jpg
Mary Audine Austin is in the top row 4th from the left. This is either 4th or 5th grade at Derby School in 1928 or 1929.

The Derby School students in the early 1920s standing in front of the third Derby school building.

371 Derby Class 1923 Helen Parish.jpg
Derby High School Students
Class of 1923

May 20, 1923 issue of the Wichita Eagle lists the following names:

Archie Booth, Lloyd Casement, Robert Dunshee, Ruth Frey, Howard Jones, Mildred Larimer, Thelma Larimer, Alice Shockey, Frances…

370 Derby School Board members 1920s Helen Parish.jpg
Three members of the Derby School Board. The man in the middle is Wirt Larimer, grandfather of Helen Smith Parish.

Report of
Ivan Pendell
3rd Grade

Sedgwick County
District No. 6
Betty Swaney
Year 1935 - 1935

The Home and School Should Work
Together for the Good of the Child.

R. M. Crum,
County Superintendent


275 Mohr Barn 1920s Maurine Holt.jpg
The barn on the Mohr homestead was built using some of the lumber from the Derby School destroyed in 1903 by a tornado. The picture was dated in the 1920s.
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