Photo courtesy of Morris Bower

Shirley Hosey (left) and Holly Kerby (right) were the custodians at the old Calhoun County High School. They were known for their "broom patrol" and clean-up crews of students who were released from class to accomplish janitorial work, and holding court in the janitor's room in the basement. This picture was taken in the early 1960's by photographer Morris Bower, who was active in the Camera Club and often carried his camera, looking for that candid shot. His film was routinely developed by hand in the dark room at the end of the second story hallway, with Summers Furr sponsoring the Camera Club.

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