Frederick Douglass High School - Survey Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)

 - Class of 1946

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PARKER Special Assistant You 5 Douglass High School FacuII1tywI946 ART DEPARTMENT LeRoy Taylor-Head of Depart- ment Constantia W. Jackson Louise C. Whittington COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Beatrice T. Butler-Head of De- partment Claudine M. Campbell Louise B. Deane Francis R. Griffin Margaret Holly Florence Lipscomb G. P. Stubblefield Fannie T. White MUSIC DEPARTMENT Llewellyn W, Wilson-Head of Department Georgianna Chester ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Josie Smith4Head of Deport- ment Bertha B. Anderson Letitia B. Ashe Alfred A. Dixon Evelyn S. Fax May W. Fortune Lillian V. Gee J. Ethel Hodges Ethel J. Hucles Thelma D. Lawrence Mary G. Marshall Lillian M. Parrott Ethel E. Wise FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPART- MENT Thomas B. Nelson--Head of De- partment Thelma Ashe Lilla M. Barnum Nellie Buchanan Essie M. Hughes Aisley Lindsay Hilton Premdas Guinivere Spencer William Spencer HISTORY DEPARTMENT Houston Jackson-Head of De- partment Bernard R. Briggs Allen W. Collick Elizabeth I. Cotton Mabel L. Frisby Edna O. Gray Wilmoth Greene Edythe Myers Catherine J. Mayo Meta R. Young HOME ECONOMICS Emma Bunce-Head of Depart- ment Ida Biggers Ruth W. Burgess Arretta Cooper Patricia Page Melissa Perdue F. Marion Reid Doris Trotter INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPART- MENT James Callis-Head of Depart- ment Lee A. Davis James R. Lewis Alphonso Griffin Hayward L. Strother A. D. Watson M. V. Wells Andrew Woodson MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Cyrus W. Marshall-Head of De- partment Elaine C. Davis Beatrice B. Reesby Dorothy Richardson Rosa Virgil Noel J. Wansel SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Herbert M. Frisby-Head of De- partment Robert P. Diggs Willie L. Harris Howard L. Hucles Wrenty E. Payne Constance E. Pegram Perry D. G. Pennington Jessie M. Perkins Nelson M. Williams PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Leonard E. Gibson-Head of De- partment Estellena Birche Loura W. Jones Gertrude Macer William M. Payne COUNSELORS W. Douglass Johnson Fannie W. Howard Marion Webb LIBRARIAN Alma Cornish MEDICAL DEPARTMENT Dr. N. Berry Dr. Louise Y. Howard Nurse-Ada V. Veney CLERKS Catherine Roberts Fannie Bevens ENGINEER W. S. Jones CUSTODIAN Charles Gillis DIETITIAN Celestine Hicks ui Ol, CGNTENT5 T CHAQACTE12 In ACTION G QADUATE5 5 PORTS F4 FE ATUQE5 EDITORIAL STAFF EDITORS-IN-CHIEF , ..A , 7 L as ..,. Vera Fisher, Louise Moore ASSOCIATE EDITORS ooo..,,, ooooooo R ebecca Dixon, Lorine Fitzgerald Lucille Massenburg LITERARY EDITORS o..o,...Eoo .EEEEE,E.Eoo,EEo,,.oooo L eanna Barnes, Virginia Middleton Gwendolyn Neal, Rosalie Taylor ASSISTANTS .,,,ssssss,,, Eldred Agent, Frank Brown, Dorothy Hughes Eva Johnson, Pearl Tucker SPECIAL FEATURES EDITORS .....................,....,L,..,EELL.,Ls Mary Lewis, Dorothy Paul ASSISTANTS D,.Do,, ., Dorothy Brooks, Christine Brooks, Cynthia Camper Gertrude Rhodes, Lorraine Turner SPORTS EDITORS , , .,ssss,,s.s,,o,.,...oE,....,.,..,ssL James Camphor, James Snow HUMOR EDITOR,Lo. .,,sss,,.,,L,,E,.,,.................,.,ss.,..s,,,.o,,.....,..E , Angela Cox ARTISTS Ls..,Lo,,Ii.Lss ,ssss, E Ben Brown, Lorraine Dorsey, Webster Palmer Lula Mae Walker PHOTOGRAPHERS ssL,E s,,.,sssL,,sss , ,,sss,Ls.s,,,LL...,sss A nn Hughes, Mary Spriggs Edith Allen Evelyn Banks Leon Bartz Ernestine Cooper REPORTERS Angela Cox Mary Coleman Geraldine Edwards Lillian Mills MANAGERIAL STAFF Barbara Jones Annie Smith Jean Whitfield Grace Wiggins MANAGING EDITORS ,..DoD.,.s.. ,,L,cc.,LcLcLcDLD.,LL,.DDooooo Rebecca Dixon, Vera Fisher ASSOCIATE EDITORS ,o.os,.D. .,oD,...,...,.,LcLco.L.,cL,,c.c G eraldine Edwards, Eva Johnson PATRON MANAGERS ,,DDo.,..o,L ,.., ........s.s,,,..sso,., ,oo..v.o,. , P e arl Tucker, Lena Reaves ASSISTANTS, oooDa.DDD.. ,I .ccoo Eldred Agent, Frank Brown, Dorothy Brooks Donald Gaither, Gwendolyn Neal, Virginia Middleton, Gertrude Rhodes, Grace Wiggins Jean Whitfield BUSINESS MANAGERS s..oo..s.,.sL.,.EE,,............,,,.,......,,ss.s,, Eloise Allen, James Snow ASSISTANTS ..,... . .o,,.Doo,,,,,,,,,cL,,.oc,,..... Evelyn Banks, Anne Williamson ADVERTISING MANAGERS .. .... Lillian Mills, Dorothy Paul, Annie Smith ASSISTANTS , o,o,.. Alphonso Nelson, David Johnson, Christine Brooks TREASURERS ..,oo,.L,7s D ,,....,,s.....,L, o,.. , ..,.. D Avon Richardson, John Lvles SECRETARIES ...... .Ao................... . Louise Moore, Dorothy Oliver, Jean Gee Eleanor Lyles, James Swann ASSISTANTS L, Lolo, Lorine Fitzgerald, Leanna Barnes, Maizie Rcss Edith Allen Leon Bartz Eula Banks Frances Booker Eris Britt Dorothy Brooks Ed' h B it rown James Camphor Cynthia Camper Evelyn Carney Ernestine Cooper Rae Cooper Angela Cox Alice Dungee BUSI N ESS STAFF Dorothy Elzey Frances Harrid Dorothy Hughes Geraldine Hill Ann Hughes Delores Johnson Barbara Jones Josephine Lansey Mary Lewis Gilda Macer Ernestine Matthews Violett Key Winifred Koger Annie Lewis 8 Beatrice Nichols Jeross Pollard Ethel Phillips Louise Simpson Mary Spriggs James Smith William Smith Jesse Thompson Jean Townes Valia Walker Lillian Warren Sarah White Ann Williamson Phillip Vaughn Character In Action The home exercises o powerful influence in mold ing the chorocter of youth. lO Saint James' Episcopal Church is typical of all churches in providing activities whch aim to de- velop youth into a well integrated individual. ii The school contributes much toward the enrichment of youth's mind cmd chorocter x vs., 4 'V' 1Z.....2x- I V, '3 5 ' .. 4, f xg ' '- .MHP A X 1 SV' W. 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We leave you, dear Douglass, With tears in our eyes, To face the wide world Which before us lies. Your guidance will help us To start life anew And be more successful ln whatever we do. 26 GRADUATES - PUPil's name 2. Quotation and Eldred Gracious Agent "Too much and too little educa- tion hinders the mind." To become an opera singer To enter college Edith Cleopatra Allen "Character unites rnan with God." To travel To become a cosmetologist Robert Grant Ammons "What is well learned is not for- gotten." To be a surgeon To attend Lincoln University Dorothy Mae Bacote "Reverence and love toward God," To attend business school To become a stenographer Evelyn Sylvia Banks "Do not turn back when you iust at the goal." To be an actress To attend Cortez Peters Ore character or education 3. Secr-et ambition 4. Immediate plan. Thelma Juanita Ali "The world stands aside for the mon who knows where he is going." To be a mathematician To attend Morgan College Eloise Elizabeth Allen "Let's seek peace and insure it." To be a secretary To attend business school Pathena Beatrice Anderson "Courteous speech is worth much and costs little." To become a concert pianist To attend college Eula Mae Banks tion hinders the mind." To become a teacher To attend college Leanna Mae Barnes "It is education that forms the common mind." To study medicine To attend Lincoln Hospital 28 "Too much and too little educa- Leon Jose Bartz "Character is what you are in the dark." To play the saxophone To attend University of Mexico Velma Clorice Bolling "What sculpture is to marble, education is to the soul." To play a bass fiddle To attend Coppin Teachers College Robert Leslie Boone "It is only the ignorant who de- spise education." To be o success To see a career in New York Catherine Bernice Bowen "One who is weak and vain and ignorant, there is more hope for a fool than for him." To sing like Marion Anderson To go to college Beatrice A. Briscoe "The well-bred man is he who posses character." To be a Physical Education teacher To be a success Clorice Louise Bell "The outcome tests our deeds." To travel To attend college Frances E. Booker "Think today, speak tomorrow." To be a stenographer To attend Hampton Violo Angelyne Boone "Education is a treasure and cul- ture never dies." To be a nurse To get a government job Paul A. Brent "Universal GoodwilI." To be a psychologist To study music Delman Cecil Britt "Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet." To be a concert pianist To attend business school Eris Vivian Britt "Education is a treasure and culture never dies." To travel To attend college Dorothy Sedonia Brooks "Education of youth is the foun- dation of our country." To be a psychiatrist To attend college Myrtle Brooks "Character is higher than intel- lect." To make some contributions to science To attend college Benjamin Franklin Brown, Jr. "There can be no agreement where the minds do not meet." To become a doctor To study medicine Edith Lillian Brown "Brotherly Love." To be successful in all endeavors To attend Cortez Peters Christine Elizabeth Brooks "Character is what you are in the dark." To be a plastic surgeon To attend business school Dorothy Theola Brooks "Education is a necessity of life." To go to Panama To further my education Arnett James Brown, Jr. "His work makes him immortal," To be the world's neatest trump- eter To teach physics Bernice Brown "Make it thy business to know thyself." To become a social worker To further my education Frank Matthews Brown "When character is lost, all is lost." To own a modern suburban home To study music Geraldine Brown x "Reverence and love toward God" To be an efficient secretary To learn tailoring Lillian Brown "The youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow." To travel To attend Cortez Peters Business School Bernard Burley "Learning without character is useless." To be an architect To attend University of Michigan George William Campbell "Heaven helps those who help themselves." To be a pharmacist To attend college Cynthia Tryphena Camper "The price of knowledge is that of rubiesf' To be a ballerina To study chemistry above LeRoy Brown "What is Character? - in play it is fairness." To become a radio electronic technician To enter the Armyed Forces Vivian Larice Brownlee "The greater the man the great- er the courtesy." To become a doctor To attend college Dorothy Ann Burns "Honesty is the best poIicy." To be a success in business To attend Beauty Cultural School Peggy Delores Campbell "The root of education is bitter, the fruit is sweet." To be an outstanding journalist To attend University of Michigan James Leroy Camphor, Jr. "When a task is once begun, never leave it till it's done." To be a Physical Education ln- structor To attend college Evelyn Roberta Carney "Racial understandingg world peace." To be a competent stenographer To attend business college Mary Beatriz Coleman "The future of tomorrow lies in the youth of today." To be a mathematician De Haven Laurence Conaway, Jr. "Life is what you make it." To be a Physical Education ln- structor To enter the Armed Forces To attend college Ernestine Yvonne Cooper "Well done is better than well said." To become an editor-in-chief of a famous newspaper To attend New York University Annie Pearl Christopher "Those who want much, lack much." To be a language teacher To attend college Estella Mae Collins "Knowledge is man's crown of distinction." To be a movie actress To attend nursing school Helena Sarah Conaway "The greater the man, the great- er the courtesy." To become a mathematics teacher To attend college Rae Vashti Cooper "A wise man keeps himself to- day for tomorrow." To major in English To be a nurse Elsie Amy Cottman "Education broadens knowledge." To travel abroad To attend New York University John Walter Crooms "Education is the basis of good citizenship." To manage a big business To attend Morgan College Elvo Gwendolyn Diggs "The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known." To become a nurse To attend Columbia University Hassan Stuart Doali 11 "Universal Education. To be successful To enter Howard University Alice Yvonne Dungee "Character unites man with God." To be a librarian To attend college Angela Alfredo Cox "As 0 man thinketh in his heart so is he." To travel extensively To attend Cortez Peters Eleanor Naomi Dailey "Youth of today, citizens of to- morrow." To become a stenogropher To attend business school Rebecca Dixon "As the twig is bent the tree's inclined." To study at Johns Hopkins To attend college Lorraine K. Dorsey "What is not realized is that the mind needs exercise as well as the body." To be o success To attend a school of fashion design Eugenia Mae Dunn "Honest failure is no dishonor." To be an efficient secretary To attend Cortez Peters Geraldine E. Edwards "Intelligence is original but char- acter is developed." To travel To attend nursing school Dorothy Maria Elzey "Experience is the best teacher." To travel to Paris To be a modiste Jennie Mable Faulcon "Education is never' lost." To be a success ' To become a nurse Juanita Victoria Fitzgerald "Forsake the foolish and livep and go in the way of under- standing." To .be a success To further my education Marshall Ford "Universal Goodwill." To study law 'To matriculate at Howard Uni- versity , Bertina Anna Elliott "The least you expect, the lest respectable you are, the least in you to be honored." To be a mortician To enter college Arthur Evans "Education never dies." To be o success in the business field To further my education Vera Eloise Fisher "Education seeks to make char- acter." To travel abroad To attend Coppin Teachers College Lorine Louvenia Fitzgerald "Character unites man with God." To be a successful teacher To attend Coppin Teachers College Elaine Justine Fortune "To know moreg to be better." To be an efficient secretary To matriculate at a business college Matthew Butler Fraling "The greater the man the great- er the courtesy." To become a concert violinist To attend college John Philip Garrett "Education makes a progressive world." To be a success To attend college Malcolm Van Norman Gee "Truth is stranger than fiction." To be a gentleman of leisure To study psychology Remus E. Gibson "Education makes a progressive world." To be a doctor To enter medical school Marguerite Goldring "Wisdom is ever a blessingg edu- cation is sometimes a curse." To play a violin To attend Cortez Peters Donald Glenford Gaither "With all thy getting, get under- standing." To join the U. S. Navy To enter the Armed Forces Jean Winifred Gee "We are bound by the Golden Rule to be both sincere and gracious." To be a professional dancer To matriculate at American School of Dancing Melvern Gibson "There is nothing so clever as honesty and sincerity." To be o clerk To attend Cortez Peters Pearl Gilyard "With all thy getting, get under- standing." - To be a mortician ' ' To matriculate at Morgan Jasper Grady "Character must be kept bright as well as clean." To be a business manager To attend Howard University Charles Vernon Grant "lnternational friendship." To become a business man To enter the Armed Forces Francis Acquinaldo Gray, Jr. "World Friendship." To attain success To enter the Armed Forces .lalm Conrad Hagan "Youth of today, citizens of to- morrow." To be very successful To enter Howard University Mary E. Hall "The future is for those who l. prepare for it." To travel abroad To become a seamstress Anita Hanks "Peace and goodwill to all." To be a secretary To attend business school Silas Lewis Grant "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." To be a success in social and religious work To attend college Myrtle Yvonne Gray "The voice with a smile wins." To go to Hollywood To attend college Mary Elizabeth . Hall "The direction in which educa- tion starts a man will deter- mine his future." To become o nun To attend Cortez Peters Florence H. Handy "Honesty is the best policy." To be a secretary To attend Cortez Peters Business School Lillian Virginia Harrid "Fellowship toward all mankind." To be a success To further my education Martha Virginia Harrison Everlasting peace will bring suc- cess. To be a Physical Education Teacher I - To attend Hampton Institute Roberta Prindle Hawkins "Equallty, Liberty and Justice fo all." To be o music teacher To attend Hampton Geraldine Delores Hill "Knowledge is power." To be an expert seamstress To enter a business college l' Frances Louise Horried "Knowledge is power." To become a French teacher To motriculate at Hampton Audrey Josephine Hawkins "The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known." To become a nurse To be successful in life Morris Irvington Henson "The well-bred man of the world is o quiet person." To become a commercial pilot To go into the Armed Forces Gloria Regina Hines "lt is only the ignorant who de- spise education." To be a psychoanalyst To study sociology Grace Virginia Holbrook "Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low - an excellent thing in woman." To travel To be successful Ann Elizabeth Hughes Opportunities for all groups. To become a surgeon To attend a university Lucille Cecelia Hundley "Universal Goodwill." To become a nurse minority To attend nursing school Samuel Lawrence Hutchins "Heaven helps those who help themselves." To be a Physical Education ln- structor To attend college Eula Lorraine Jackson Unity, peace, goodwill To be a secretary To enter Cortez Peters Nellie Jackson "Some glory in birth, skill." To become o teacher To attend college to man. some in Dorothy Villa Hughes "To understand is to forgive a To teach art To attend Howard University Charles Irving Humphries "Universal GoodwilI." To be successful To enter the Armed Forces Ellodine Demetra Jackson "The well-bred man of the world is a quiet person." To become an efficient stenog rapher To attend business school Mary Elizabeth Jackson "Education is never lost To be a secretary To enter Cortez Peters Rosalee Ophelia Jackson "Great minds run in the same channels." To become a nurse To be a success Carolyn D. James "Knowledge is power." To become a nurse To attend Cortez Peters King James "The Golden Rule." To succeed To go in business David Jesse Johnson, Jr. "No matter how many times de- feated, man is bom to vic- tory." To be an artist To study medicine Dorothy Marie Johnson "The Golden Rule." To be an efficient stenogropher To attend business school Evelyn Elaine Johnson "The price you must pay for loyalty is fair dealing." To visit California To be successful Fleming James "Youth of today, leaders of to- morrow." To become a concert artist To matriculate ot Howard Uni- versity Jomes Logan Jenkins, lll "ln work character is thorough- ness." To study law To attend college Delores Edith Johnson "Wisdom crowns those who seek her." To travel through Europe To attend college Eva Bernyce Johnson "Education is priceless, use it wisely." To be a success To enter college Frank Thomas Johnson "Think about it, plan it, do it." To study dentistry To enter the Armed Forces Barbara Bernadine Jones "The outcome tests our deeds." To enter medical school To attend Lincoln Hospital Edna Rosetta Jones "No man is a failure until he gives up." To be a doctor To attend Howard University Violett Jane Key "Wisdom crowns those who seek her." To travel To attend Morgan State College Mildred Kyler "His work makes him immortal." To travel extensively To continue my education Mildred Lancaster "Service through sacrifice." To become a nurse To attend Freedman's Hospital Bertha Mae Janes "He who laughs at others' woes have few friends and many foes." To travel to Mexico To be a modiste Martina Lorraine Jones "The way to gain a friend is to be one." To teach To attend college Winifred Ann Koger "Each day my road leads far." To travel To attend college Lloyd Cecil La Grange "Tail conquers all things." To be successful To attend Morgan College Josephine Gaines Lansey "To thine ownself be true." To travel abroad To attend Coppin Teachers Col- lege Clarice Fowlk Lee "Learning without character is useless." To travel To attend college Ernestine Robeona Lewis "A stitch in time saves nine." To attend business school To be o typist Mary Elizabeth Lewis "The future is for those who prepare for it." To become a secretary To matriculate at a business school Ananios Lumpkin: "Personality makes the man." To be a successful business mon To attend business school Eleanor M. Lyles "Equality, liberty and justice for all." To be a successful secretary To further my education 'Mex M N- te Annie Harriet Lewis "The price you must pay for loyalty is fair dealing." To travel To be a success Lorraine Clara Lewis "Live and let live." To major in the commercial world To attend Cortez Peters Cynthia Mae Lloyd "Be ye not afraicl of greatness." To become the secretary of some great person To attend Cortez Peters Marian Virginia Lyle "Associate with the good and you will be one." To visit Hollywood To attend Morgan College John Preston Lyles, lV "Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God." To enter the ministry To enter Theological School Gilda Myrtle Macer "Knowledge is power." To be a fashion designer To attend college Russell Mason "Personality makes the man." To be a meteoralogist ' To enter the Armed Forces Bernice Mae McCleary "Education helps to build char- acter." To become a Commercial Teacher To attend college Bertram La Verne Merritt "With God all things are pos- sible." To be a concert pianist To enter the Army Virginia Marie Middleton "Character is higher than intel- lect." To be a great social worker To attend Morgan State College Lucille Masenburg "What is well learned is not forgotten." To be a professional singer To attend college Ernestine Lorraine Matthews "Peace and equality for all." To be a concert pianist To attend college Tr-ella McKnight "There is nothing so decent as honesty and sincerity." To travel To enter business college Odessa Yolanda Myers "lntelligence is original, but character is developed. To be a success To attend college Doris Miles "Give to the world the best that you have." To become a social worker To attend college Alberta Miller "Education is the road to success and guide post to happiness." To attend college John H. Miller "Peace and goodwill to all." To become famous To attend Julliard Institute Marjorie Althea Moore "Education is a necessity ot lite." To travel abroad To further my education Louise E. Moore "The future of tomorrow lies in the future of today." To be a typist To continue my education Gwendolyn Amechia Neal "Life without character is dead." To be a success To study to become a nurse Cora Lee Miller "The gentle mind by gentle deeds is done," To become a professional musi- cian To matriculate at Musical Insti- tute of Arts Lillian Mary Mills "To receive respect one must give it. To live in Hawaii To matriculate at Pennsylvania State Ethel Moore 'fThe gentle mind by gentle deeds is known." To be a skilled window displayer To achieve success. ' Marian Elizabeth Murdock "Strive not to equal but to ex- cel." To be a stenographer To study at Howard University Hazel Thelma Neal "Character unites man with God." To be a Physical Education Teacher To enter Hampton Martha Elizabeth Neal "The greater the man the great- er the courtesy." To become a private secretary To become a Commercial Teacher Delores Newman "A good name is rather to be chosen than riches." To be a pianist To attend Cortez Peters Jeanne C. Oldham "NO palm of victory without dust of a contest." To travel abroad To attend Hunter College Milton Charles Owings "Seek and ye shall find," To go to college To be a contractor Henry Ellsworth Parker "Truth is the lightg let us walk in the light." To be a detective To attend a college Alphonso Jerome Nelson "Education makes the man." To have a band like Duke El- lington's To be a pharmacist Beatrice Louise Nichols "Truth and loyalty are the very essence of youth." To be a private secretary To attend a business college Dorothy Mae Oliver "A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches." To travl overseas To attend Cortez Peters Business School Webster Cleveland Palmer "No man shall profit by his own deceit." To become a famous mortician To attend Eckels School of Em- balming John A. Parker "A soft answer turneth away wrath." To be an architectural engineer To attend Massachusetts Insti- tute of Technology Dorothy Sylvia Paul Obliteration of universal hatred. To be a medical social worker To matriculate at Temple Ethel Bernice Phillips "Education has for its object, the formation of character." To be a concert artist To matriculate at New York Uni- versity. Natalie Hortense Price "Goodwill toward man." T0 become an elementary school teacher To attend Coppin Frances Lenora Reason "Let us move forward." To become a teacher To attend Morgar State College William E. Redding "The youth of today is the back- bone of tomorrow." To study medicine To join the Merchant Marines X. Carolyn Regina Phillips "Education helps to build char- acter." To travel abroad To be successful Mary .leross Pollack "Honest failure is no dishonor." To become a famous journalist To attend college Ora Virginia Pullen To attend Morgan College "This above all, to thine own self be true." To become a teacher 4 Lena Mae Reaves "The foundation of every state is the education of its youth." To take an airplane flight To attend Cortez Peters Business School Milton Redmond "Neither a borrower nor a lender rr be. To attend technical training school To save for further training Gertrude W. Rhodes "Education is a treasure and cul- ture never dies." To be a mathematics teacher To attend Hampton Institute Avon Richardson "Youth of today, citizens of to- morrow." To be carefree To attend U. of P. Selma Roberts "You can't be a howling success by just simply howling." To be a secretary To attend Cortez Peters SQ. Clair Casper Roye "Character unites man with God." To be a Physical Education Teacher To attend N. C. State College Sarah Simpson "The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known." To become an excellent typist To further my education Vallee Coleman Rice "ln work character is thorough- ness " To be a lawyer To attend college Pierce Lee Richburg "The greater the man, the great- er the courtesy." To be a successful business man To attend college Maisie Ross "With all thy getting, get under- standing." To become a dancer To attend business school Louise Simpson "Character in society is courtesy." To be a Physical Education Teacher To attend Morgan College Alma Smith "The youth of today is the world of tomorrow." To travel To be successful Annie Mae Smith "Character makes the man." To be a success To attend business school James Henry Smith "No man should profit by his own deceit." To be a musician To continue my education Stanley Charles Smith "No success is achieved without constancy to purpose." To be a pharmacist To enter the Armed Forces Mary Beatrice Spriggs "Good things came to those who wait." To be successful To be a modiste John T. Stokes "Politeness is the chief sign of culture." To be a psychiatrist To enlist in the Army Gloria June Smith "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." To be a dancer To attend business school Ruth E. Smith "lf you can't win, let tne one ahead of you break the rec- ard." To be a competent secretary To attend a business college James Snow "Education is priceless, make a servant of it." To be a lawyer To a success in the business field Harold St. Clair Stephens "Seek and ye shall find." To be a singer To be an expert bricklayer Milton Stokes "The well-bred man is one who possesses character." To be a success ' To attend Lincoln University Clearman Sutton "God helps those who help them- selves." To be a lawyer To further my education Rosalee Thais Taylor "Simplicity of character is no hindrance to subtlety of intel- lect." To cook a good meal To enter Freedman's Hospital James Rudolph Thomas "The flower of youth must carefully cultivated." To be on actor To enter the field of business Mervin Thompson be "EquaI opportunities for Negroes in sports." To be a Physical Education Director To enter the Armed Forces Pearl Elizabeth Tucker "No man can climb beyond the limitations of his own char- acter." To be a photographer To enter Freedmon's Hospital James Albert Swann "The greater the man, the great- er the courtesy." To be a Physical Education Teacher To attend Lincoln University Richard Lester Thomas "Youth the builders of the fu- ture." To be an architect To attend Cornell University Jesse Lee Thompson "Get learning, but above all get understanding." To be a Physical Education Director To enter the Armed Forces Jean Audrey Townes "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." To be a success To further my education Alvin Jay Tunstall "Understanding is greater than wisdom." To be an auto mechanic To enter Morgan State College Lorraine Elizabeth Turner "Give the world the best you have and the best will come back to you." To be a Physical Edu Teacher To enter college cation Claude D. Urquhart, Jr. "His deeds make him To travel abroad To be a doctor Charles H. Vaughn immortal." "Understanding is greater than wisdom." To become an educator To attend Columbia University Catherine Walker "The greater the courtesy the greater the man." To travel abroad To study cosrnetology Lula Mae Walker "Youth grows as a re world undertaken." To become an actress To study cosmetology sult of the Portia Betty Turner "Life is not short but that there is always enough time for courtesy." To become a seamstress To secure a job as a dressmaker Clarence Bernard Valentine "Blessed are the peacemakersf' To be a lawyer To enter the Maritime Service Phillip Bradley Vaughn "Goodwill toward all men." To be a success To study embalming Edward C. Walker "Character unites man with God." To be a paratrooper To become a chemical engineer Mae Lurena Walker "No star ever rose without in- fluence." To be a journalist To attend college A Valia Martina Walker "The roots of education are bit- ter, but the fruit is sweet," To be a motorcycle cop To become a nurse Lillyan Ebenezer Warren "The youth of today are the builders of tomorrow." To visit Japan To attend Freedman's Hospital John Warren Waters "It is education that forms common mind." To be a history teacher To attend college Elizabeth Delores Weaver "Be ye also ready." To be a success U To further my education Jean Jeanette Whitfield "To thine ownselt be true." To be a school teacher To enter New York University 6 is Margaret Peggy Walston "The only thing to fear is fear itself." To become a teacher To attend Morgan State College Alfred R. Washington "Young men are fitter to invent than to judge," To be a multi-millionaire To become a pharmacist Peggy Delores Waters "The fruit of performance is sat- isfactionf' To be a secretary To attend Cortez Peters Sarah Louise White "His work makes him immortal." To study medicine To attend college Ruth Mae Whitt "Great is truth, and mighty above all things." To become a nurse To attend nursing school Grace Mandell Wiggins "Wisdom is ever a blessingg edu- cation is sometimes a curs:." To travel To attend college Walter Wayne Williams "The greater the man, the er the courtesy." To be a machinist To enter the U. S. Marine Richard Wills great- Corps "The greater the man, the great- er the courtesy." To be a lawyer To attend law school Jean Vietta Wilson "We have faith in education as the foundation of a democra- tic government." To travel To attend college Douglass Navara Woodson i'Character unites man God." To study at Penn State To enter the Army with of 'ji Mamie Lee Williams "The youth of today are the builders of tomorrow." To travel To be successful Ann Williamson "No star ever rose without in- fluence." To travel extensively To attend college Pezavia Ernest Wilson "The well-bred man of the world is a quiet person," To b an Electronics Engineer To attend Hampton Katherine Leona Winborne "Expand the passion of thy heart in youth." To be successful To attend college Dorothy Mae Woolford "The well-bred man is he who possesses character." To pursue the business course To attend Hampton Elaine Marie Young "The raw material of success is thought." To become a modiste To attend McDowell School of Design LIST OF ADVANCED Eldred Agent Juanita Ali .4 Robert Amngrans Pathena Anderson Eula Banks Leanna Barnes Eris Britt Myrtle Brooks Bernard Burley Peggy Campbell Mary Coleman Helena Conaway Rae Cooper Alice Dungee Vera Fisher Matthew Fraling John Garret Mary Hall STUDENTS Geraldine Hill Frances Horried Delores Johnson Barbara Jones Josephine Lansey Mary Lewis Marion Lyle C-ilda Macer Lucille Masenburg Russell Mason Alphonso Nelson Jeanne Oldham Natalie Price Rosalee Taylor Pearl Tunstall Alvin Tunstall Valia Walker Sarah White Ann Williams SPURTS M- ' 3 www iw gill'-eww ffm "A 2 xsmgff ,. 1 A N M: 'ul' A .,:,::, fx 5 E, ,x J Q1 get ..,.... 3 ag -Q ------. li, ,... X as X my 1' L5 . M , X :- Q. 1523? S sg? 5552? '53 ggi? , W 'j 5, ? , Yklqy ,QAM :x- Q. R' ,13ife1,g ,g Q ,Q , ? ,A 3. , x 1 gig Q sh A 9 gi? 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Bulletin Board in Mrs. Lawrence's room-207 -fedisplaying Homeroom News, unit 28:2 What Poets Write About, unit i261 Appreci- ating the Photoplay, Producing a Newspaper, unit l25. Please!! This wait is terrific. Reading Down: Lillie Blaine, Be atrice Briscoe, Edna Barkley, Ver nell Stephney, Clarice Bell, Rosa lie Jackson, Lillie Murray. Ends Gertrude Edwards, Hazel Neal. Flying Squad of the Survey who rounded up the last-minute subscribers. Vera typifies the good school citizen who shares the re- sponsibility of keeping the classroom attractive. FEATURES .H Scenes from the Opero the Pied Piper of Homlein ond presented by the Mu- sic Club of Douglass under the direction ond supervision of Mr. W. Llewellyn Wilson. Scenes from the Pied Piper of Homlein fi sfmw SNK:-:S ,Q , E .,:' .. A ' ' '4 'nle MQSK oncf Club hrzsa Party f E i s I ,ff ff W 7.I..c ' tl'- f k JM ,. ,pt , 3 , , , . mm. .- 7 :wie 6, mp.-1 " r ,.f Q X -'v , r, ,, 'wwf " K 5 5!Qr'f.zzrzc',Lm1f flu mfs' W ' 1 f i V . , W r If z.1,yrZi5.:,41:fi, 114. ,xi - JJ 611 ,fgiyv V15 ki 1 11' ff: fu' Jfnnw f,4,f?,q-af':fL:,'f?r' Glu. ??53'15'f 'ii ff' M' iff K 'cffif Q: ff' I if 'fix 'X Q5a'2z:'msa- Lain. if X fm' aj -m,4z'aJ3zQ-P Qradafzagc f?zffx'L5fef:fc2f 3-is Na sl? :mmf Mfg ff nb :SQ-sfcqif iii! ff:-Lille xfzwxri G! MU' A A 'kifnfxfphozfulf " 21221.11-sfz: ci Wffggcfi' fgxiffctp 64 fx I4-f? f 4-ms f 41026 gf-ffrxafrff Q rmimhoqg mf -ffieu,f't.Qwi1 ima! MFL? mf ff2rewfg2z.:f11n ,Gr '57 2a if xg 3 2 S f 1' of w. X ,n :Q 5 THE MASK AND WIG CLUB HAS A PARTY The typical Mask and Wigger featured on the two preceding pages is Lorraine Dorsey. Surrounding her in the photo- graph on page 65 are HJ Logan Jenkins, C25 Jean Gee, C35 Edna Jones, C47 Claude Urquhart, C57 Lucille Massenburg, C63 Sarah White, C77 Josephine Lansey, C87 Prindle Hawkins, C91 Jeanne Oldham, CIO? Rebecca Dixon, Clli Pathenia Anderson. About one hundred members were hosts and hostesses at the Mask and Wig Club party, but only thirteen of them were members of the graduating class of '46. Since the formal dance is one of the club's activities for each year, the graduate members decided to offer the story of the formal dance to the community through The Survey. Alfred Washington, Charles Dungee, James Camphor, John Miller, Daniel Johnson, Lloyd La Grange, and Bennie Hill, underclassmen, were among the guests of the club that agreed that the dance was a very delightful affair. THE MASK AND WIG SARAH The Mask and Wig Club was organized in September, l925, to discover and de- velop talent among students of Douglass High School. Through the guidance of Miss Nellie A. Buchanan, the director, the club has been able to produce successful plays. Muriel Watkins, Henrietta Brown, Avon Long and Anne Wiggins Brown, former members, have continued their activities with other dramatic groups and have been very successful on Broadway. Those who served as officers of the club and showed ability to head groups in their various activities have become potential leaders. When the members of the club take different roles in plays they are developing their talent and at the same time observing the solution of life's problems in search for happiness and 66 The parents joined with their sons and daughters in the anticipation and prep- aration for the party. Mothers aided their daughters in selecting gowns that were both practical and beautiful. Fathers worked with sons in securing fittine gve- ning wear or in readying their best suits. The balcony in the boys' gymnasium was filled with admiring parents who were pleased with both the appearance and de- corum of those young people who had come together for an occasion that meant so much to their happiness. To prevent their offspring from attend- ing undesirable parties often planned by youth today to help fill the hours after a dance, Lorraine's mother allowed her to be hostess at a breakfast that began at one o'clock. Mothers of girls and boys too young for entertainment after mid- night took their children home promptly. Thus sped the evening of May l7, a gala one for happy, laughing, bubbling adolescents. DEVELOPS CHARACTER L. WHITE living as worthy citizens in various com- munities. Among the outstanding plays and stars which the club has presented are: "Polly- anna", with Henrietta Brown, Ruth Dean and Avon Long in 1928, and in i937 Helen Howard starred as "Pollyanna", scene from "Anthony and Cleopatra" in which Eugenia Hardy starred. The officers in the present club are: Doris Besses, president, Logan Jenkins, vice-president, Cynthia Camper, secretary, Josephine Lansey, treasurer, Claude Urqu- hart, business manager, and Sarah White, assistant business manager. The departing i946 class will always remember and be interested in all activi- ties carried on by the Mask and Wig Club of Douglass High School. CULTURE: IN BUILDING YOUTH FOR THE FUTURE CHRISTINE BROOKS Culture means the process by which the powers and faculties of human beings are liberated, organized, educated, and developed. The main object of culture is not to increase the power of the state but to pro- mote the best mode of living among citi- zens, and it attaches more importance to their personal character than to their pos- sessions. lt aims first at human develop- ment. C. H. Couley discusses various aspects of culture in this broader sense of the term in his book Social Process- He says: "Culture is growth to fuller member- ship in the human organism through the growth of personality and social comprehension. Culture must always mean that we rise above the special at- mosphere of our time, and place culture profits more by the kindling of a spirit than by the acquirement of a formal knowledge. Culture is the power to en- ter into sympathy with enlarging per- sonalities. Nothing is more surely cul- ture than any work in the spirit of art, the social zest of imparting joy to others and being appreciated by them." We, the citizens of tomorrow, will be faced with many problems of culture. Our cultural objectives must be associated with the ordinary activities which constitute an immediate concern of our future lives and the cultural objectives must be based upon arts that are usable in daily living. Democracy is a spirit, or an attitude toward our fellow men, or a complex of attitudes which contributes to human sat- isfaction. Equality in privileges is the es- sence of democracy. Therefore, democracy is a goal which might readily claim essen- tial identity with culture. Race prejudice is a serious menace in a world in which communication and transportation have made interdependence inescapable. Racial problems are largely the outgrowth of inadequate training of individuals of the habits, customs, and ideals of other races. The success of an educational program leading to fuller ap- preciation of the cultural values and back- ground of different racial groups would automatically solve the solution of the race problem. Another of our cultural objectives should be to use our material possessions towards building a bigger and better world to live in instead of as devices for the destruction of civilization. Material possessions such as the atomic bomb tend to arouse jealousy and sus- picion and ultimately conflict among the nations. The aim of the citizens of tomorrow should be progress toward a truer democ- racy, a finer culture, and a richer civiliza- tion through a complete understanding among all nations. YOUTH FACES THE BUSINESS WORLD FRANK MATTHEWS BROWN Getting a job, especially if it is our first one, will prove to be a very interesting adventure. ln order to obtain employment we should first acquire knowledge. We should decide that we are earnest about this and intend to land a good position. lt hardly seems necessary to mention the importance of personal cleanliness, but we should realize that the prospective employer is influenced by the appearance of the applicant. Another factor of which we should be mindful in securing a posi- tion is our speech. The dictionary is a good source for increasing our vocabulary. We should follow it and never lose the opportunity to learn a new word. The keen employer watches our man- ner because it, along with our poise and posture, helps to determine the type of person we are. When we are hired, the employer takes it for granted that we are honest, good natured, congenial, and in- dustrious, so it is up to us to live up to his expectations. There are several personal qualities that l think each young job-seeker should possess: namely, correct attitude, adapta- bility, ability to express oneself, knowl- edge, decision, initiative, leadership, and observation. As youths facing the busi- ness world, we should realize that our suc- cess will depend upon our qualities of skill, courage, and ability to learn. NOW I CAN FACE THE FUTURE REBECCA DixoN Yes, now I can face the future that offers the realization of all my ambitions and promises of lasting happiness. Until a few months ago discouragement seemed to assail me from all sides. l had spent what seemed to me a lifetime in a sana- torium and had at last been discharged. I planned to resume my studies. But fate decreed otherwise. l learned that l must have an operation and be returned to the sanatorium for at least six months. However, the six months grew to many endless months and l became despond- ent. Then l remembered that after the dark threatening clouds and the rain, the sum surely shines. Keeping this thought constantly in mind, l became obsessed with the idea that l must overcome all existing obsta- cles.i- When I least expected, my doctor said, "You are well enough to return to school and complete your education. You will find a high school certificate of much value in later years." l immediately contacted my principal who assured me that there would be no deduction of credits because of my long absence from school. I could scarcely contain my joy at such good fortune. Dur- ing my first weeks in school, my teachers assisted me in adjusting my problems. Now my future presents a changed aspect. I have received my first report card, and my grades indicate that l may look forward to being graduated in June. So, with the dark past just behind me, I can hopefully face the future which lies just ahead. PLANNING TODAY FOR WHOLESOME FUTURE LORRAINE TURNER ln order to keep abreast with the rapid pace of the present era and to prepare for a successful future, we must lay a firm foundation. To be well-rounded we must have in addition to book knowledge, so- cial, moral, and religious education. Recreation is one means of developing individuals socially. lt is just as essential to play as it is to work. Care is needed in training youth to select proper forms of play so that they will make wise se- lections in their recreational activities of later life. The democracy of school af- fords pupils opportunities for making friends and having contacts through ac- tivities, clubs and athletics. Thus, a foun- dation is laid for a sound social future. Although school does not place too 68 much emphasis on religious training, it does emphasize obedience to laws, and this along with attendance and experience in Sunday School and other church organ- izations helps youths to develop morally and religiously. We cannot understand the world and its inventions and maintain an active place in society unless we have a broad educa- tion. There is no narrow way in the de- velopment of men and women who are to fit properly into the world of tomorrow. The broad way to success is through wide reading, healthy recreation, and religious participation. These preparations will help to broaden our visions and provide instru- ments with which we can meet squarely the society of which we are to become a part. 'ro BE on Nor T0 BE Eoucnsn? THAT is THE QuEsTioN GRACE WIC-CINS Many boys and girls of today, having been attracted by the availability of de- sirable jobs and high wages, are faced with the problem of whether to remain in school. The problem seems to be one of evaluating the results of the educative process. Since the promotion of the gen- eral welfare was the primary concern of our forefathers who developed the Con- stitution of the United States, and such general well being can only be achieved through education, the importance of edu- cation is clearly manifest. The general welfare of all depends upon an under- standing of the problems of our day, the wise use of leisure time, good neighbor relations, and economic competence in economic competence in earning and spending, Education is essential in the develop- ment of spiritual values-the dignity of every individual person, the right to wor- ship in one's own way, freedom of speech, press and action. Such values must be developed in young people to carry them safely through the years. Education is a powerful force for peace and international understanding. The war was the result of misdirected education. Organized education has a significant contribution to make to the cause of peace everywhere. The home is the cradle of civilization. When a home falls apart, the foundation of good life is gone. The strengthening of the home can be achieved only through the education of its members, thus, mak- ing stronger the community and the nation. The development of good citizens and the building of sound health are two ad- ditional worthy outcomes of education. Only through physically fit, intelligently prepared citizens can we build for the future. In view of these facts there is no question as to the necessity of an educa- tion. The answer is "yes, an education by all means." YOUTH ACCEPTS THE CHALLENGE EvA JoHNsoN As we leave the pleasant memories of Douglass behind and look toward the fu- ture we are faced with the challenge of an increasingly complex world-a world of transition, and of problems waiting for solution. That this world we enter is far from perfect, we know. One task that chal- lenges us is that of securing better inter- national relations. Unless we do, another generation of our men will be sacrificing their lives on the bloody field of battle- dying for a lost cause, as so many of our men in the past have done. Then, there is the challenge of ade- quate housing to produce men and women worthy of being United States citizens, jobs for those who need them, and toler- ation by employers, communities where every individual is welcome to express his opinions and to participate in public af- fairs, liberty, equality, and opportunity for all, schools that teach understanding and cooperation. All these problems must be solved. We pledge ourselves to a better world, a more secure world for mankind. With our minds ever alert, we are searching for the contributions we can make with our hands and our minds. We look with eager eyes toward the years in which our daring dreams will be realities, toward a world which holds work and abundant joy. Yes, youth accepts the challenge, WHAT'S THE OTHER NAME? M. ELIZABETH "SLlM" LEWIS Perhaps you have heard these nick- names around Douglass and you wondered just who it was referring to. Well, here is a chance to find out just who is who, and what l, "SLIM", know them by. Real Name Nick Name Peggy Waters L LLLLL. L Rivers Melvern Gibson LLLL L Melly Vera Fisher LL Anita Hanks L L Bebe L Billy Bertha Jones LL LLLLLLLLLLLLL Peanut Lillian Brown L LLLLL LLLLLLLLLLL Pie Silas Grant LLLLL LLLLLL LLLL Z eke Clarence Valentine .L LLLLLLL Plo Geraldine Hill LLLLL LL L Jerry Gloria Smith LL LLLLLL . LLLL LL Smitty Catherine Bowne LLLLLLLLLL Fuzzy Dorothy Brooks L LLLLLLLLLL L Dottie Bertina Elliott LLLLLL LLLLL B ert Rudolph Thompson L LLLLLL Rudy Charles Humphries LLLLL Hump Natalie Price LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL Nattie Elizabeth Lewis LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL Slim Mervin Thompson LLLLLL Quincey Ananias Lumpkin LLLLLLLLLLLLLL Al Cora Miller LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL Coriel Bernice McCleary LLLLLLLLL Bunny James Camphor LLLLLLLLLL Winky Dorothy Hughes LLLLLLLL Sweetsy Eula Jackson LLLL LLLLLL B aby Face Evelyn Banks LLLLL LLLLLLLL B unny Henry Parker LLLLLLLL LLLLL H ank Beatrice Nichols LLLLLLLLLLLL Bebe Jean Gee LLLLLLLLLL. .LLLLLLLL G ee Gee Gloria Hines LLLLLL LLLLLL J eanne Evelyn Jonnson LLLLL LLLLLL D uke Delores Johnson LLLLLLLLLLLL Pablo Roberta Hawkins LLLLLLLLLLLLLL Bert Geraldine Brown LLLLLLLLLLLLLL Jinx NEWS AND VIEWS OF 12A5 EDITH ALLEN lt may seem strange that one could be around friends for three or four years and still not know much about them. ln l2A5 there is hidden talent of which one would never dream. Cynthia Lloyd and Ethel Phillips are excellent French singers. Martina Jones and Louise Simpson are ballerinas. Rosalee lee Jackson, Beatrice Briscoe, Elva Diggs, Audrey Hawkins, Vivian Brownlee, and Edith Allen make up the basketball team. Matthew Fraling, Bertram Merritt, Lillyan Mills, and Pezavia Wilson are the music- makers. l can't forget Nellie Jackson and Frances Reason who attract attention by their tardiness. Ora Pullen and Margaret Walston are always early. Ruth Witt and Morris Henson are the two quietest and most unconcerned persons l've ever met. Helena Conaway is always on the offen- sive. Marion Murdock is our future busi- ness woman. John Lyles, Henry Parker, Milton Redmond, and James Swann are the athletes. Rebecca Dixon is an orator. Charles Vaughn sings as no one else can. Peggy Campbell is a writer. Milton Stokes is an expert engineer. Little noisy Angela Cox is a very active church worker. This may not seem like much to the majority but to me it is of great impor- tance, for these are members of l2A5. , . - ff, ,, ,X gif ,Q 5 U1 -f Q11 L , z1mQfzJQfM gM GMM hs -s,.,.,.,., .:.,,,,.,,,:4,.,...,.:.,. 'S-..:5,:.,.,,,.,.:,:,,,.,,,gl,.,,.::, ,.,.,., 35 . ..,.....,.:.,...,,:.,., ,:,. , . .-,.,,,.:,,.,., :.,. ,.:. ----- A 6 Navy Spvlqigg The me fide wipers . 's ,lf M C lift i i, . Q A-"' , r Hi? WHAT HAVE TWELVE YEARS OF SCHOOLING DONE FOR YOU EVELYN S. BANKS What shall l do with my life? Of the many careers open to me which one shall I choose? Because of the complexity of the human personality the choice of a ca- reer is no easy matter. As the individual must ultimately choose his own career, everything possible should be done to make that choice an intelligent one, based on fact and not on fancy. ln short, the question "Which career shall l choose?" is one that may take several years to solve. Twelve years of primary and secondary education is the foundation for choosing a career that will benefit the individual socially, politically, financially and so on. L , , ,..,,.. , L!i,LQ..f1, Eff ff -5 ffl L 11f0eAQfgggC gwfw GMM hi ' E ,:f"""Z1f'WlY mul, W C vm 5.51555 052. 5 '1 Mui 5 Sw!-'mf 72 lux: a GQZTC V who iff'-, Clnmhce ' I Hur' Lv Ciffnf 8. T-Eixffo s-V 'A Mwf-fm, ffm H 5,5153 73 payoff-y lim xi 4, 465 .iaiifgi ,... I Haw? Spviqfqfj five me rzcfe v5,gw . 11 Y- R WHAT HAVE TWELVE YEARS OF SCHOOLING DONE FOR YOU EVELYN S. BANKS What shall I do with my life? Of the many careers open to me which one shall l choose? Because of the complexity of the human personality the choice of a ca- reer is no easy matter. As the individual must ultimately choose his own career, everything possible should be done to make that choice an intelligent one, based on fact and not on fancy. ln short, the question "Which career shall l choose?" is one that may take several years to solve, Twelve years of primary and secondary education is the foundation for choosing a career that will benefit the individual socially, politically, financially and so on. f4.,..4.,.i.. sw . A, ,- is we , M if ' 5 K SB N, 1 V- --f-- za' 5' i l E X, 'ff Q: E2 i, I lt has taught me the advantage of pos, sessing a socially desirable personality and developing my knowledge of everyday things which enable me to converse in- telligently with others. My teachers have helped me tremen- dously through their encouraging efforts. Therefore, l look forward with a great deal of anxiety to the day when l shall I 2' filwlff. qv 13 at l QQ WNW. ss. step forth in the outside world to try to make myself a success. School has taught me the importance af quick thinking, physical fitness and the ability to stand on my own feet. School is such a wonderful institution that its benefits should be shared by everyone. These past twelve years have undoubt- edly given me a clear and precise picture of what lies ahead. 76 I 1 I 77 HOW EDUCATION WILL HELP THE VETERANS T0 BUILD THE FUTURE C-ERTRUDE RHODES The War has been the greatest hind- rance to the education of our boys. Be- cause of the War they were taken out of school in order to maintain peace for us at home. At the end of that strenuous battle, our government realized the im- portance for the continuance of the boys' education and drew up the C.l. Bill of Rights. Education will help him to secure a private business. Veterans would take ad- vantage of every opportunity that comes their way and profit by it. Education will enable veterans to become stronger men- tally and more independent. They will secure a higher position in life. Educa- tion is essential in the development of their spiritual values. Dr. John H. Whyte said, "Education is the source of all wealth." Therefore, in order for the veterans to build the future they must be educated. HOW CHARACTER EDUCATION PREPARES FOR LIFE VIRGINIA MIDDLETON Character education plays a leading roll in the preparations of life. The very meaning of it indicates the use of intelli- gence, controlling functions, and the ad- vancement of world activities through liv- ing processes. Education combined with character checks intellect, and brings out the fact that open-mindedness is a function of ex- panding and deepening knowledge effec- tively. lt also gives us the tools and means for controlling and managing life situa- tions. The acceptance of new and useful ideas develops character education. The building up of our lives into substantial purposes is also wrought by character education, because without it, we cannot successfully obtain any of the great achievements in life. To everyone, character education bal- ances living, and leads one to understand the events of the modern world. ln char- acter education, adjustment also means much. lt strengthens both the character and education, thus adapts one to en- vironment, and brands us with the ac- knowledgment that character education is an essential guide in the preparation of life. YOUTH MARCHES ON JEAN J. WHITFIELD Any words that can be written would be a very inadequate way of thanking the teachers for the splendid guidance they have given in helping youth to march on. Wherever the graduate goes, there goes a youth who is ready to take his place in society, or his next step in education, with the ability to solve his own problems. From the home and school this gallant youth has rallied to the fight with de- termination. The sacrifices he has made in order to survive will forever stand as a monument to the courage and will- power of America's youth. With opportunities so few, it is easy to see why only the graduate gets a chance. When the graduate goes out into the future to get a job, assistance will be welcomed from the school. Both the interviewer and the employer want only people with specific skills. These qualifications are most necessary, since interest and good intentions are not enough. In September, most of these graduates will go out and change the whole course in their life. These youngsters, wherever they go, will continue to maintain the faith and courage which they as individual Americans possess. The youth stands squarely on his own two feet doing a real job, winning eternal respect by the sheer magnificence of his determination. With hard work, unselfish courage, and steady good humor, youth stands ready to take his place in society. Yes! America's youth marches on and on and on. BUILDING CHARACTER .THROUGH A SOCIAL CLUB JAMES "WlNKY" CAMPHOR When the problem of "Juvenile Delin- quency" confronted the community in the year I944, it was then that Matthew Williams, Wayne Williams and George Camphor decided to organize a club for the bettermen of youth. lt was June l0, 1944, that these three comrades met and decided to distinguish themselves as the "COBRA PLEASURE CLUB". In the be- ginning, the members were all boys, un- der the leadership of Wayne Williams. After a series of successful events, it was decided to convert the club into a mixed group of boys and girls, and to change the name to "COBRA PLEASURE CLUB lNCORPORATED". At that time the feminine sex showed that they had the ability to accept leadership. Under the guidance of Josephine Harris, first girl president of the club, the Cobras be- came one of the most popular organiza- tions in Douglass. With problems getting greater and election of new officers drawing near, the chair was turned over to George Camp- bell, a faithful and willing worker. Un- der his leadership the club gave its first supper. After two years, Wayne Williams again became president and has advanced the group socially. Two activities of the group were the supporting of the Y. M. C. A. in the cam- paign for a better building, and uniting with the "KlNG COBRASH for athletic participation. With the development of this organization the problem of "Juvenile Delinquency" has shown decrease in Northwest Baltimore. IMMEDIATE PLANS OF THE GRADUATES ERNESTINE cooPER The two hundred and fourteen gradu- ates of Frederick Douglass High School have completed twelve years of hard and honest work. The high school has so de- veloped us that we are prepared to take further steps in the wide field of educa- tion. One-fourth of the boys will enter the various 'branches of the Armed Forces. A few of them have met the requirements to enter Officers' Cadet School. One- fourth of the graduating class has taken government examinations and will work at the Post Office or Social Security Board. The other half will enter widely known Universities and Colleges at home and away. We want to increase our travel and education to the extent that we will not only bring credit to ourselves as individ- uals, but also to our school and race. WHAT IS YOUR "A.Q."? VERA FISHER All of us at one time have heard about l.Q. fintelligence quotientl, but I daresay we may have not have heard of "A. Q." fattitude quotientl. To have good charac- ter one must have a good attitude. First, let us define the word attitude. Webster says it is any habitual mode of regarding anything, any settled behavior or conduct as indicating opinion or pur- pose regarding anything. Do you have a good "attitude quo- tient"? Test yourself by the following. lf you are able to answer yes to: 9 to 7 you have a good attitude 6 to 4 you need to improve 3 to O you have no hope. l. When someone pushes against you on the street car do you accept his apology or do you want to fight? 2. When you are reprimanded, do you remain quiet until the speaker is finished or do you keep interrupt- ing? 80 3 Are you ever ready to forgive one, if he asks for forgiveness? 4. Are you always ready to apologize when you are wrong? 5 Do you blame others for your mis- takes? 6. Do you give the other fellow a chance? . Are you broad-minded? .Do you show willingness to help those who need help? 9. When you go to the movies, do you ask the lady to remove her tall hat politely or do you assume the atti- tude of a "roughneck"? Some of the things which go to make one have a good attitude are courtesy, de- pendability, manners, tolerance or broad- mindedness. ln this world where men must live to- gether peacefully or not at all, your "at- titude quotient" is a contributing factor toward peace or war. Having tested your- self, what is your score? 7 8 K . 'a ..V WHO'S WHO IN JUNE '46 GWENDOLYN NEAL . Fashionable- V- Qlllef- Delman Britt, Clearmon Sutton, John Crooms, Francis Gray, David James Snow, Robert Ammons, Vera Fisher, Edna Jones, Peggy Johnson, C h a r Ie s Humphries, Campbell, Pearl Tucker, Christine Brooks, Sarah White. . Attractive- Gloria Hines, Marguerite Gold- ring, Ann Hughes, Dorothy Hughes, Odessa Myers, Delores .XJohnson, Donald Gaither. Popular- Henry Parker, John Lyles, David Johnson, James Camphor, Mar- shall Ford, Robert Ammons, Vera Fisher, Odessa Myers, Jennie Old- l'gam,k Sarah White, Dorothy roo S. Sophisticated- Leanna Barnes, Frances Booker, Jean Whitfield, Elaine Fortune. Gilder Macer, Edith Brown, Annie Smith, Eula Banks, Ora Pullen, AfAvon Richardson. vi. Jolly- Virginia Middleton, Gwendolyn Neal, Ethel Phillips, Charles Hum- phries, Mervin Thompson, Silas Grant, Phillip Vaughn, Jesse Thompson. Vll. Tall- Arnette Brown, Richard Wills, Henry Parker, John Lyles, Logan Jenkins, Christine Brooks, Mary Jackson, Ora Pullen, Eva Johnson. Vlll. Short- Gloria Hines, Anita Hanks. Ber- tina Elliott, Annie Smith, Bertha Jones, Marian Lyles, Pathena af Anderson. IX. Shy- Lloyd LaGrange, Avon Corprew,, John Garrett, John Hagan, John Miller, Pierce Richburgh. BY THEIR DEEDS YE SHALL KNOW THEM ANGELA A. cox The "Esquires" are known for their ability to look "sharp" all the time. "Hank" Parker is known for his gift of jiving the girls. Lillyan Mills and Clarice Bell for their perfect cooperation on the sports team. Cynthia Lloyd and yours truly for their inseparable friendship. Rosalee Jackson for always chewing gum. Nellie Jackson and Frances Reason for being late four out of five morn- ings. John P. Lyles, Edith Allen, and Gloria Hines for their splended support to the Student Council. David Johnson and Ben Brown for their athletic ability. Cynthia Camper for her skillful danc- mg. 81 10. Mills, Lloyd, and Edna Jones for say- ing the wrong thing at the wrong time. 11. Audrey Hawkins for always scoring in class. 12. Martina Jones and Elaine Young for singing at the oddest times. 13. Louise Simpson for always chattering about a certain "Private" in the U. S. A. A. C. 14. Frances Booker, Evelyn Carney, and B. B. Nicholas for their skillful typing. 15. Mae Walker, Violett Keys, Cynthia Camper, Lorine Fitzgerald, and Louise Moore for their lasting friendship. . Ora Pullen and Vivian Brownlee for their quietness. 17. John Crooms for being "God's" gift to the girls in Douglass. 18. Ethel Phillips for always eating in the second, third, fourth, and fifth periods. DANCING AS A MEANS OF CHARACTER BUILDING CYNTHIA CAMPER Dancing is often thought of as a me- dium of pleasure, but it has another im- portant phase, that of character building. This phase, character building, covers a very extensive field. The types of dancing which best illus- trate this are the ballet and the modern dance. First, let's analyze the ballet with ref- erence to character building. Ballet dancing develops perseverance. ln order to be a dancer one must practice until perfection is attained. lt is the con- tinuous practicing which develops perse- verance. This Dersevrance in turn helps the dancer to obtain another important char- acteristic, exactness. For example: a company of ballerinas performs a certain choreographic masterpiece several times. Each time the prima ballerina performs her role she must cover the same portion of the stage. She must also be in time with the music so the other members of the company will not miss their cue. Only through patient practice will this exactness be gained. Perseverance, patience, and exactness are wonderful characteristics to possess, but there is another which commands everyone's respect and attention. This characteristic is poise. Every ballerina at- tains poise. With exactness and physical coordination as a background it is inevi- table. The modern dance also develops per- severance, patience, exactness, and poise, but it contrasts with the ballet in several ways. First, the ballet does not allow for self-expression. It expresses the thoughts of the choreographer. The modernist has complete freedom of motion and expres- sion. Modernists express motives of grief, neurosis, joy, or whatever mood humans have. Usually modern dancers practice dance positions, but they rarely rehearse an en- tire dance as a routine of steps. The mod- ernist is given the theme of the dance and it is left to his or her discretion as to how the steps should be executed. This free- dom of expression gives the dancer a cer- tain responsibility which cannot be ignored. The ballet and the modern dance really have a more profound purpose than enter- tainment. The character development which it induces are invaluable, there- fore it is most important to the youth of today, the citizens of tomorrow. WHERE IS YOUR PLACE BARBARA JoNEs The year l946 has opened doors upon a boundless world. Our interests and ac- tivities have been extended beyond our own country to other nations far away. We are now citizens of a world commu- nity, laying the foundations for a peaceful era. We see on the horizon unlimited op- portunities for the youth of America, op- portunities for exploring new fields. In chemical research, unheard of develop- ments are being made-plastics, synthetic textiles, useful devices for the home. ln medicine, phenomenal progress has been made with the advent of the sulfa drugs, streptomycin, blood plasma, penicillin, and microbe killers. Electronics has revealed unlimited possibilities for employment, as have the fields of television, radar, and radio. Aided by wartime research, the field of transportation promises to increase the number of vocational opportunities. These are only a few of the doors that are opening for youth to develop the re- sources of the earth, to strike oil in the riches of our land. Yes, T946 is destined to be a turning point in the lives of millions of young peo- ple. Each of us must analyze his abili- ties and interests to determine the field of work in which he can make the great- est contribution to the general welfare. Where is your place? 82... YOUTH'S ACTIVITIES AT THE Y.M.C.A. MARY COLEMAN Teen-agers are really missing an op- portunity if they do not participate in some of the activities offered at the Y.W.C.A. Among the activities and clubs are the Co-Ed Players Guild which meets every Monday for persons who are interested in dramatics, the C-lee Club, and Co-Ed Ballroom. - For boys and girls who like to work with their hands, a six weeks' woodcraft course is presented on Tuesdays. For those who have any athletic abil- ities, bowling and swimming lessons are given on Thursday and Friday, respec- tively. The fee is very reasonable. Teen-agers will also enjoy Participating in such sports as badminton, table tennis, relay and other games every Friday after- noon. Another Y.W.C.A. activity is the Girl Reserve Club, under the supervision of Mrs. Catherine Mayo. The main purpose of the club is to improve the social be- havior of youth. The club meets on Wednesday at the Y and Douglass High School. On the second and fourth Saturday, the Teen-Age Canteen meets. The meet- ings guarantee a delightful time. All of these activities help youth to be- come an active participant in a democratic society. They also aid in the physical development of the youth and assure youth profitable ways of spending leisure time. 'THE FOUR CORNERS OF FASHION QFALL, WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER! LEON BARTZ The high school boy is closely observed by many people throughout the year. Al- though his clothes are an exterior beauty that is not as important as his character and personality, they cannot be ignored. Here are some trends in the clothes for the average well-dressed high school boy: Fall is the season that ushers in the styles for the American high school boy. One may observe a student leaving the building smartly clad in a brown Harris tweed topcoat, gray flannel slacks, brown soft felt hat with suede finish, Oxford gray button-down shirt, maroon knit tie,, and a pair of cordovan plain-front shoes. Next, look into one of the high school classrooms in the coldest season of the year. Here one sees an intelligent-look- ing, well-groomed lad wearing a camel- hair odd-jacket and complimenting slacks of garnet brown flannel. His white Ox- ford button-down shirt is set off by a gold and red repped silk bow tie. The wool socks he is sporting are: red, white, and blue Argyle plaid, and his shoes are the loafer type. ln spring the "eyes have it." This young fellow is leaving the movies suitably attired in a sky-blue single-breasted gab- ardine suit with hand stitching. His ac- cessories consist of a lemon yellow shirt, black knit tie, dark blue socks with gold stripes, gold cuff links inlaid with mid- night blue setting, a pair of wing-toe shoes, and a blue and yellow splashed handkerchief. In summer, the hottest corner of the seasonal square, Joe Casual is comfortably clothed in a pair of cocoa brown gabardine slacks, a green and yellow plaid sport shirt, and loafer shoes. Everyone cannot be sartorially impec- cable, it requires skill and certain other assets, but everyone can be well-groomed. The average high school boy is well aware that his appearance will be a big factor in determining his future. FOOTPRINTS ON THE SANDS OF TIME ROSALEE TAYLOR At graduation time one hears much talk from the graduates about how much they will miss their alma mater. I often wonder if the alma mater will miss us. What have we done to keep green our memory within Douglass' walls? ls that memory a favorable one, or is it to be in- terpreted as "glad-to-get-rid-of-you?" To find the answers, let us question ourselves: What attitudes have we developed during the past three years? Can we stand alone? Can we adjust ourselves to new sit- ations when necessary? lt would be difficult to forget a class made up of individuals who were independ- ent, willing, and able to work. Will it be difficult to forget the graduating class of June I946? The teachers will remember the enjoy- able moments of working with our diligent Pupils. The student body will recall the grand sportsmanship and school spirit of the class. Douglass in general will re- member the efficient work of the students who cooperated with the Student Council and other vital organizations. These facts indicate that Douglass will remember us in the years that lie ahead. JUST DREAMING PEARL TUCKER As a sudden chord was struck on the piano, melodious notes of the "Priest's March" swelled the air. ln stateliness down the aisles of the Frederick Douglass High School auditorium marched the graduates of June l946. As the first stu- dent reached the stage an overwhelming ovation burst from all sides of the huge auditorium. The parents, teachers, and friends of these young people could not restrain their pride as they applauded the youth of today--the men and women of tomorrow. The next scene of this dream takes us into l956, ten years after graduation. The youths of I946 have now taken their places in many walks of life. Some are eminent physicians, efficient secretaries, creative musicians, and some are instruc- tors even at their own fair alma mater. 84 Some are technicians, contractors, jour- nalists, engineers, and cosmetologists. We cannot forget those who are happily mar- ried because they are blazing the paths for a new generation. lt is obvious that the students of the June 1946 graduating class did not throw away any oportunities offered them. In fact, they gladly ac- cepted and overcame the challenges faced in high school. The dream now fades. Classmates, let us make this dream materialize. . Let us not delay, but go forth with ambition and enthusiasm for in the words of the immortal poet: "We are such stuff As dreams are made of, and our little life is rounded with a sleep". LUCI LLE SHORTER IN ABSENTIA LILLYAN MILLS Here, we pay tribute to one who will not be with us in June. We will miss her but we know that in spirit she will be near. I refer to Lucille Shorter. There are times when "hard luck" will follow anyone, and it did not exclude my dear friend. On her birthday, February 7th, Lucille was stricken in school. Although under severe strain she was constantly patient and only several times did she become tearful because of pain. Lucille was very understanding and resigned, but she was anxious to resume her school work. When finally told that she could get up for a few minutes, she found she could not walk. Then came news that she would 85 have to go to the hospital again. Pain lingered, and she was instructed to remain in bed until the first of May. She has had many visitors. Among them were her homeroom teacher, Mrs. Fortune, members of her homeroom, and graduation classes. Here's hoping that Lucille, although absent in body, will be with us in spirit and mind when we receive our diplomas. Only a person with complete under- standing, patience and the will to get well again could have survived the pain and heartaches Lucille has endured. Congrat- ulations, Lucille, for your patience and spirit and may the trials of sickness be lessened in your life hereafter. nw' o-"""" MQ-and THIS, OUR LIFE DOROTHY PAUL For twenty-odd years Douglass has been developing a tradition. Every graduating class has been a part of its development. But, to us our part has been the most im- portant of all. Our happy student life will soon be a story of the past. The years pass on but in reality every golden mo- ment lives on in our memory. At Douglass we moved in a pattern, a pattern in which we experienced days that were drowsy and langurous, days that were rich, rich in learning, rich in being able to understand. Our parents and our teachers helped brighten our way, stood by us, encouraged us while we studied, watched us at play. lt was their way of embroidering the pattern, our pattern of life. Many a spirit, depressed and broken, here first learned to stand straight with manly eye to be serene, confident and brave. At school were boys and girls, decent beings all, fighting their own war against ignorance and intolerance. Here human nature called out in us our best. Here the watchword was "Noblesse Oblige." We have learned our parts by heart, our motto, too. Ours is the task of bringing to the new world a message of truth. We Promised to play our roles proudly because we are true Douglass students and Americans. THESE WE SHALL REMEMBER CLASS coNTRiBuTioN Mrs. Williams . . . "Young man, what is your trouble?" Miss Buchanan . . . "Will you effervescent adolescents pay attention?" Mrs. Anderson . . . "Maybe we can do this better after school." Mr. Williams . . . Can you imagine that?" Mrs. Young . . . "Only, Miss, that isn't the point." Mrs. Macer . . . "Turn around before I give you a de- merit." Mr. W. E. Payne . . . "Young la-dee, you are creating a problem." Miss Lindsay . . . "You've had a week to do this assign- ment, there is no excuse." Mrs. Hodges . . . "Sit down, boy!" 88 Mrs. Myers . . . "You'll have to take zero for that.' Miss Jones . . . "lt is wrong!" Mr. Parker . . . "Clear the halls, boys!" Mr. Briggs . . . "You have heard the announcement, please give your fullest cooperation." Mrs. Barnum . . . "Attentionl Attention! s'il vous plait." Mrs. Cornish . . . "l shouldn't have to ask you people to stop talking in a library." Mrs. Parrott . . . "Please do your assignments, chil- dren." Mr. Lewis . . . "Boy, if you aren't thrifty, l'll give you a fifty." Mr W. M. Payne "Your best is always good enough." I CLASS WILL We, the June "46" graduating class of Douglass Senior High School, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, and not acting under the menace, fraud, or undue influence of any persons whom- soever, do make, publish, and declare this our last will and testament, in the man- ner following, to-wit: We Bequeath: To our Alma Mater-our wishes for greater success in training youth to study more conscientiously, and to have a bigger and better institution. To our Teachers-we leave our appre- ciation and thanks. To the Juniors-our scholarship, sports- manship and popularity. Individual Bequests: To Robert Croxton and William Bea- man-we leave John Garrett's, John Ho- gan's and Malcolm Cee's suaveness. To Benny Hill and Wendell Johnson- we leave Ben Brown's basketball ability. To Ronald Gee-we leave Malcolm Gee'is beautiful smile and popularity. To Carroll Addison, Alfred Barnes, Floyd and Robert Croxton-we leave Leon Bartz's and David Johnson's title as the "Best Dressed Boys". To William Speaks-we leave Milton Stokes' dictionary to increase his vocabu- lary. To Pearl Sewell-we leave Logan Jen- kins's oratorical ability. To Clarice Montaque and John Cooke -we leave Edith Brown's, Fleming James' and Matthews Fraling's singing talent. We do solemnly swear this to be our Last Will and Testament, in witness there- of we affix our signatures this day, June l8, I946. GRADUATING CLASS, JUNE '46 Dorothy S. Brooks, Executrix. MY AMBITION My life's ambition is to be A man who cures the ills in thee: He is the doctor, by hard study and strife, After graduation, a body-healer for life. Keeping humans healthy so that they can thrive, Trying his best to keep them alive. Making sure that they do not go wrong, Rushing to the ailing: pain is not prolonged. A doctor's heart is filled with tenderness,- Helping the rich, the poor, and all the rest. 89 -ROBERT AMMONS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The Faculty Committee of the Survey gratefully acknowl- edges the cooperation of the graduates of the Art Curricu- lum, the teachers of the English Department and the many subscribers whose combined efforts effected the realization of the project. The Cover-LULA WALKER Sketch School-WEBSTER PALMER The End Pages-BEN BROWN Table of Contents Page-K. LORRAINE DORSEY The Art Work was done under the supervision of MRS. CONSTANTIA W. JACKSON Acknowledgment and thanks go also to the Editorial and Business Staffs whose efforts contributed to the success of the magazine. THE FACULTY COMMITTEE JAMES A. B. CALLIS-Consultant ESSIE M. HUGHES--General Chairman CONSTANTIA W. JACKSON-Art Department THELMA J. LAWRENCE-English Department GERTRUDE MACER-Physical Education Department JOSIE S. SMITH-Consultant FRANCES T. WHITE-Finance Miss Marjorie Adams Mrs. Bertha B. Anderson Mrs. Letitia Ashe Dr. William Leroy Berry Miss Fannie Bevans Mr. Bernard Briggs Miss Nellie A. Buchanan Mrs. Beatrice Butler Mrs. J. A. B. Callis Mr. Charles Carter Mrs. Arretta Cooper Mrs. Alma S. Cornish Mrs. Elizabeth Cotton Mrs. Elaine C. Davis Mrs. Louise B. Dean Mr. Robert P. Diggs Mr. Alfred Dixon Miss Evelyn S. Fax Mrs. Mae Fortune Mrs. Mabel L. Frisby PATRONS FACULTY SPONSORS Miss Wilmoth Green Mr. Alphonso Griitin Mr. Francis R. Griihn Mr. W. L. Harris Mrs. J. Ethel Hodges Mrs. Fannie Howard Mrs. Ethel J. Hucles Mr. Howard L. Hucles Miss Essie M. Hughes Miss Constantia Jackson Mr. Houston R. Jackson Mr. W. Douglass Johnson Mrs. Thelma J. Lawrence Mr. James R. Lewis Miss Aisley L. Lindsay Mrs. Florence Lipscomb Mrs. Gertrude Macer Mr. Cyrus Marshall Mrs. Mary G. Marshall -""":?c"'-1FF Mrs. Catherine Mayo Mrs. Edyfhe Myers Mrs. Lillian M. Parrott Mr. Harry R. Parker Mr. W. E. Payne Mr Hilton Premdas Mr. Ralph Reckling Miss F. Marion Reid Mrs. Josie Smith Mr. Wm. E. Spencer Mrs. Gertrude Stubblefield Mr. Le Roy Taylor Miss Doris M. Trotter Mrs. Noel Wansel Mrs. Marion D. Webb Mrs. Iradel B. VVilliams Mr. W. Llewellyn VVilson Mr. Andrew Woodson Mrs. Meta R. Young , '- A -A Mr. Daniel Acres Mrs. Mrs. Miss Delores Adams Mr. and Mrs. George Adams Dr. and Mrs. George Adams Mrs. Mary F. Adams Miss Ruth Adams Mr. William Adams Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. F. F. Addison Evelyn Addison Florence Addison Goldie Addison Mr. Ronald Addison Mrs. Helena Agent Mrs. Mable Agent Miss Ruby Agent Mr. William Agent Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Agnew Mrs. Mildred Ailor Mrs. Corralie Ailor Mrs. Flossie Alexander Miss Ruth Allen Mrs. Bertha Allen Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Allen Mrs. Bessie Allen Mrs. Clara Allen Mrs. Evelyn Allen Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen Miss Mr. Aldean Allen Hattie Allen, Va. Helen Allen John T. Allen Miss Mrs. Miss Lauretta Anthony Mable Anthony Sarah Anthony Mr. Edward Armes Mr. Thomas Ballad Miss Alma Ballard Mrs. Celestine Ball Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ball Miss Rosalind Allen Mr. Joseph Armstead Mr. Edmund Ball Miss Ruth Allen Mr. and Mrs. J. Armstead Sr. Mrs. Hilda Ball Mr. Russel Allen Mr. and Mrs. VVilliam Armstead Mrs. Hilda Ball Mr. Willard Allen Mr. and Mrs. Rodell Armstead Miss Mary Ball Mr. and Mrs. William Allen Mrs. Carrie Armstrong Mrs. Mary Ball Mr. Paul Alleton Miss Margaret Aron Mrs. Clara Ballard Mrs. Mon Cure Ali Miss Roberta Artis Miss Lillian Balis Mrs. Eunice Alston Miss Pauline Artis Mrs. A. Bailey Mrs. Mary Alston Mrs. Bessie Aris Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Mrs. Viola Alston Mr. Julius Askins Mrs. Bernard Bailey Miss Ruth Alston Miss Mildred Atkinson Mrs. Ella G. Bailey Miss Lucille Alston Mrs. Catherine Augustus Mr. John Bailey Mr. Louis Alston Mr. and Mrs. W. Augustus Miss Olivia Bailey Mrs. Ada, America Mrs. Sabina Averett Mrs. Zula Bailey Mr. James Ames Mrs. Sabina Averett Mr. and Mrs. Watha Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ames Miss Bernice Avery Mr. Alfred Baker Mrs. Lillian Amos Miss Orelia Avery Mr. Bernard Baker Mrs. Lelia Amy Mr. Henry Ayers Mr. Banks Mr. Curtis Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Ira. Baker Mrs. Annie Anderson - B -- Mr. and Mrs. Banks Dr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Anderson Cpl. Donald Bagwell Mrs. Birdie Banks Mrs. Paul Anderson Mrs. Phyllis Bagwell Mr. and Mrs. James Banks Mrs. Wilhemenia Anderson Mrs. Alberta Ballad Mr. Philip Banks Mrs. Mamie Anderson Mr. Alverta Ballad Mr. Randolp Banks Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Banks Mr. Rudolph Banks Mrs. Thelma Banks Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Banks Mr. Isaac Bannister Miss Helen Banton Mrs. Georgia Barber Mrs. Barbour Mr. Albert Baker Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barksdale Misses Edna and Edwina Barkley Mr. George Bargley Mr. Arthur Barland Mrs. Rachel Barkley Mr. Austin Barnes Mrs. Blanche E. Barnes Mrs. Elizabeth Barnes Mr. and Mrs. John C. Barnes Mrs. Maria Barnes Mr. Norman Barnes Mr. Thomas Barnes Mr. and Mrs. VVarren Barnes Mr. William Barnes Mrs. Edith Barret Cpl. Samuel Barrett Mr. Samuel Barrett Miss Shallie Barett Miss Betty Barton Mrs. Hazel Bartz Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bartz Miss Jeanette Baskerville Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bass Mrs. Amanda Bates Mrs. Evelyn Bates Mrs. Katherine Bates Mrs. Emma Batson ' Mrs. Ella Battle Mr. and Mrs. John J. Battle Miss Alpurnia Bazemore Mrs. Susie Beale Mr. Dewey Bean Mr. Franklin Beane Mrs. Ruby Beane Mrs. Elizabeth Beasley Mrs. Essie Beasley Mrs. Estelle Beatty Mrs. Edna Bee Mrs. Abbie Bell Mr. Amos Bell PATRONS-Continued Miss Bessie Boardley Mr. I. Babbitt Miss Lois Bolden Miss Vera. Bolling Mrs. Emily Boisseau Mr. Lycurgus Bond Mr. John Bond Mrs. Mary Bond Mr. Ray S. Bond Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Boddie Mrs. Edith Booker Miss Eleanor Booker Mr. and Mrs. Franzel Booker Mr. Hillery T. Booker Mr. and Mrs. Hillery Booker Sr. Mrs. Lessue Booker Mr. Robert Booker Mrs. Ruth J. Booker Mrs. Etta Boone Miss Esther Boone Mr. James Boone Mr. Thomas Boone Mrs. Willia Mae Boone Mrs. Bernard Booth Miss Gwendolyn Booth Miss Berdie Booze Mr. and Mrs. David Booze Mr. George Boston Rev. Reginald Boston Mr. Clayton Boules Mrs. Grace Biulware Mr. and Mrs. David Bowen Mrs. Gladys Bowen Miss Clematine Boyd Mr. Stanley Brooks Mr. Sylvester Brooks Mr. Walter Brooks Mr. William Brooks Mrs. Beatrice Broon Mrs. Brown Miss Alice Brown Miss Annie Brown Mr. 8: Mrs. Arnett Brown Mr. Arnold Brown Mr. Bernard Brown Mrs. Beatrice Brown Miss Bessie Brown Mr. 8: Mrs. Clarence Brown Mrs. Dorothy Brown Miss Edith Brown Mrs. Effie Brown Miss Elaine Brown Mrs. Eula Brown Mr. Elmer Brown Mrs. Estelle Brown Miss Esther Brown Mrs. Fannie Brown Mrs. Florence Brown Mr. George Brown Mr. Harold Brown Mr. Humphery Brown Mrs. Inez Brown Mr. James Brown Mr. Jesse Brown Mr. 8: Mrs. Jerry Brown Mr. John Brown Mr. Joseph Brown Miss Juanita Brown Miss Juanita Brown Mr. King Butler Mr. Leonard Butler Mr. 8: Mrs. Lloyd Butler Mr. 8: Mrs. Louis Butler Mr. Maurice Butler Mr. 8: Mrs. Maurice Butler Mrs. Mildred Butler Mr. 8: Mrs. Norman Butler Mrs. Pauline Butler Mr. Senimy Butler Mrs. William Butler Mr. Levi Butts Mr. B. A. Byrd Mr. Bernard Byrd Mr. Joseph Byrd Mr. Walter Byrd William Bfvrd Mr. Mr. Nathaniel Caah Mr. 8: Mrs. C. W. Callahan Mr. Howard Callins Mr. Marse Callaway Mr. Frank Calvin Mrs. Maurine Calvin Mrs. Esther Cammon Mr. Bernie Campbell Miss Fidelia Campbell Mr. 81 Mrs. Henry Campbell Mr. 8: Mrs. W. H. Campbell Mr. 8: Mrs. William Campbell 5 zfc Douglass Camper Jr. Dr. 8: Mrs. J. E. T. Camper Miss Tryphena Camper Mr. 8: Mrs. William Camper Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Bell Mr Joseph L Bell Jr. Mrs Virginia Bell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bentley Mr. Gerard Boyd Mrs. Mary Boyd Mr. Shelton Boyd Mrs. Sarah Boyd Mrs. William Boyd Mr. asd Mrs. Charles Boyer Miss Millie Boyer Mrs. Belle Baykin Miss Ellen B. Bowen Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bowen Mr. William Bowens Mrs. Ellen Bowling Rev. James Bowman Miss Rhoda, Bownan Mr. Bernie Bardly Mr. Weldon E. Bradby Mr. and Mrs. William Bradford Miss Edna Bradshaw Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Branch Mrs. Laura Brown Mr. Lawrence Brown Miss Lelia Brown Mrs. Lillian Brown Mrs. Lucy Brown Mr. Marion Brown Mr. Marion Brown Mrs. Mary J. Brown Miss Myrtle Brown Mr. S. Milton Brown Mrs. Pearl Brown Mr. Robert Brown Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Brown Miss Ruth Brown Mr 8 Mrs. T. H. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown Miss Vivian Brown Mr. William Brown Mrs. Mr. Anthur Benmon Mrs. Phillip Benmon Miss Audrey Bennett Mr. Charles Bennett Mr. Harry Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Bennett Mr. Sustin Bennett Mr. Gerald Benoit Mrs. Elizabeth Bens Mrs. Beulah Berry Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berry Mr. Melvin Berry Mr. Clifton Bessicks Mrs. Emma Best Mrs. Leona Best Miss Ruby Bevans Miss Ruth Bevans Mr. and Mrs. William Bevans Mrs. Rose Bey Mrs. Grace Bias Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Bighy Mr. Edward Biggers Mrs. Bird Mr. Arthur Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Bishop Miss Nellie Bishop Mr. Robert Bishop Mrs. Minerva Bivens Miss Thelma Bivens Mr. George Bithany Mrs. Ella Black Mrs. Helen Blackburn Miss Barbara Blackwell Mr. Bertram Blackwell Mr. Clinton Blackwell Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blackwell Mrs. Fannie Blackwell Mr. Henry Blackwell Mrs. Ida Blackwell Miss Priscilla Blackwell Mrs. Virginia Blackwell Mr. and Mrs. Amos Blake Mr. George Blake Mrs. Ruth Blake Mrs. Blake Mrs. Delease Bland Miss Irene Blay Mrs. Jennie C. Blaze Mr. Henry Branch Mr. John Branch Mrs. Octavia Branch Mr. James Branforii Mrs. Jennie Brannon Mr. Milton R. Branson Mr. and Mrs. Aquila Braxton Miss Helen Braxton Miss Jacqueline Brackenbridge Miss Charlotte N. Brent Mr. and Mrs. John Brent Mr. William Brent Mrs. Dorothy Brice Mr. and Mrs. Steve Briggs Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Briggs Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bright Mr and Mrs. Walter Bright Miss Ann Briscoe Mr. Cornelius Briscoe Mr. C. P. Briscoe Miss Delores Briscoe Mr. Leonard Briscoe Mr. 8: Mrs. James Briscoe Miss Julia Briscoe Mr. Ray Briscoe Miss. Virginia Briscoe Mrs. Fannie Britt Mr. 8: Mrs. John Britt Miss Viola Brockington Miss Cecelia Broadus Mr. Benjamin Brooks Mr. 8: Mrs. Bertie Brooks Miss Catherine Brooks Mrs. Clara Brooks Mrs. Elizabeth Brooks Mr. 8: Mrs. Ellsworth Brooks George Brooks M . Mir. and Mrs. Gonzie Brooks Mr. 8: Mrs. Isaiah Brooks Julia Brooks Mr. Vernon Brown Mrs. William Brown Mr. Winston Brown Dr. 5 Mrs. Benjamin F. Brown Mr. Zimri Brown Miss Catherine Brownley Miss Marion Bruce Mrs. A. L. Bruce Mrs. Elizabeth Byrant Miss Essie Bryant Mrs. Lelia. Bryant Mrs. Anna Buckson Mr. Valentine Budder Mr. Mrs. 8: Mrs. Wm. Burchier Inez Bunch Mr. 8: Mrs. Leo Bundy Miss Miss Mrs. Mrs. Josephine Burgess Mabel Burke Neva Burke Ethel Burley Mrs. Pearl Burley Mr. Milton Burley Mrs. Edna Burley Mrs. Sohpia Burley Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Sophia Burley Marie Burnett Annie Burrell Augusta Burrell Carrie Burton Joseph A. Burton Jr. Mamie Burton 8: Mrs. L. Burton A. B. Burns 8: Mrs. Walter Burns Miss Flossie Burrows Mrs. Carrie Burton Mrs. Aurelia W. Buch Mr. George Bush Mr. Mrs. James Bush Alverta, Butler Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Campher Mrs. Emma Camphor Mrs. Mary Camphor Mr. Oscar Canada Mr. G. Conaway Mrs. Viola Canzater Mrs. Maude Capers Mr. James Carberry 1 Dr. 8: Mrs. W. H. Cargill Miss Lena Carey Miss Sonja Carney Miss Micahl Carney Miss Dela Carhettes Rev. A. R. Carr Miss Christina Carr Mr. Milton Carr Mr. Nathaniel Carr Mrs. A. L. Crr Miss Shirley Carr Mr. Oscar Carrington Mr. Henry Carmile Mr. Leslie B. Carroll Mr, Sterlyn Carroll Mr. Thomas Carroll Mrs. Florence Carpenter Mr. 8: Mrs. Solomon Carpenter Mr. 8: Mrs. C. B. Carsley Mr. 8: Mrs. T. Carson Mrs. Alice Carter Mr. 8: kMrs. Armstead Carter Mr. Charles Carter Miss Elizabeth Carter Miss Emily Carter Mr. 8: Mrs. Ernest Carter Mr. 8: 8:Mrs. George Carter Mr. 8: Mrs. Essie Carter Rev. J. J. Carter Miss Janice Carter Mr. Joseph Carter Mr. Lawrence Carter Miss Mary Carter Mr. Raleigh Carter Mrs. Sara Carter Mr. Sidney Carter Mr. Sidney Carter Mr. Sylvester Carter Mr. Simon Carter Mr. 8: Mrs. Vernon Carter Mr. Vincent Carter Mr. William Carter Mr. Alfred G. Casper Mr. 8: Mrs. William Carter Mr. 8: Mrs. R. Cassell Lula Cattle Furrie Cousins Jr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Nathaniel Brooks Mrs. Leanna Brooks Mr. Lorraine Brooks Miss Mary Brooks Mr. Paul Brooks Miss Mrs. Mr. Pauline Brooks Pea rl Brooks Seaborn Brooks Mr. 8: Mrs. Avon Butler Miss Daisy Butler Miss Elizabeth Butler Mr. 8: Mrs. Ernest Butler Mrs. George Butler Miss Gladys Butler Miss Hazel Butler Mr. 8: Mrs. J. Hiram Butler Miss Helen Cawthorne Mr. lk Mrs. J. Charles Chf. Petty Officer R. Charles Mrs. Lottie Chambers Mr. 8: Mrs. Allison Chambers Mr. Charles Chamber Mrs. Bessie.Champman Miss Dorothy Chappelle Mrs. Edna Charles Mrs. Daisy D. Chase Mrs. Chase Mr. A. Eugene Chase Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mr. Dr. Mr. Mt. Mrs. Mr. Miss Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Miss Mr Pvt. Mrs. Miss Mr. Mrs. Dr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Miss Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Rev. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mable Chase 8: Mrs. Hilliard Chapman Arie Chatman Lillian Cheathman E. Chesley Mildred Chesson Elizabeth Cheeks Gwyndolyn Chester Paul Chester Mary Childs Dorothy Christian Alberta Childs George Christian 8: Mrs. Bernard Christmas Otho Church Winans M. Church Marie Clapp 8: Mrs. Fletcher Clark Marie Clark 8: Mrs. Robert Clark 8: Mrs. V. Clark 8: Mrs. Willie Clary Vinla Carr Callen Clatterbuck 8: Mrs. Ernest Clayborne Herman Clayborne Mabel Creditt Ruth Clayton Miller Clayton Hattie Clemons John Coasey James L. Coates John Coatic John Calh Robert Cofield Sr. Arden Calbert Sarah Calbert Helen Cadwell Arthur Cole Geneva Cole 5 Mrs. William Cole Cleopartria Coleman 8: Mrs. George Coleman 8: Mrs. M. Coleman Charles Coleman 8: Mrs. Clarence Coleman Ernest Coleman Bernard Coles and Mrs. Collier E. Collins and Mrs. Earl Collins Edward Collins Shelton Collins William Cambush Richard Copeland Alma Cornish James Cornish Iola Conquest Mr. Waylen Cannars Mr. Clarence Cantee Pvt. William Contee Mr. 8: Mrs. Leroy Conty Miss Althia Conaway Mrs. Agnes Conway Mr. Daniel Conway Mr. De haven Conway Miss Edith Conway Mr. Edward Conway Mr. John Conway Mrsh. Roswell Conway Mr. Paul Cook Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Miss Mr. Mr. Miss M. Miss Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs Vynora Cook 8: Mrs. A. Cooper, Jr. Betty Cooper Christine Cooper Charles Cooper 8: Mrs. Charles G. Cooper Constance Cooper 8: Mrs. E. Cooper Helen Cooper Virginia Cooper James Cooper k Mrs. John R. Cooper Jerome Cooper John S. Cooper Mattie Copeland Patrick Coperano orbin . Sue C Mr. 8: Mrs. Arthur Cornish Mr. Mrs. Mrs Mr. Mrs. Mrs 8: Mrs. E. Cornish Della Coppodage Florence Cruthlield 8: Mrs. George Cosby Edith Cosby Eliza Costin Mr.'8: Mrs. Herbert Coston Mr. Miss Mr. Mr. Miss John Cotton Mary Counters Douglass Countess 6 Mrs. Frank Covert Dorothy Cox Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Miss Mr. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Miss Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Miss Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Rev. Mr Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Miss Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs Mr. Mr. Mrs. Dr. Mr. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. PATRONS Louise Cox Jesse Cox Winnie Cox Jessie Cox Mamie Cox William L. Cox Sarah Cox Mable Creditt A. W. Crouston Margaret Crompton Walter Crompton Russel Creighton Margaret Croamer 8: Mrs. Walter Croslin Colen Crooms Elizabeth Cropper 8: Mrs. John Craven James Crawford Margaret Crampton Roland Crownet Mary L. Cuflig Rebecca Cummings Sample Curie and Mrs. Harold Curry Gladys Curtis 8: Mrs. John Curtis Millien Curtis 8: Mrs. Newston Curtis 8: Mrs. Newton Curtis Annie Custon Linwood Cypress William Curtis M D .. Lincoln Dadd Lessie Dale Evelyn Daily 8: Mrs. Charles W, Damon Gerald W. Damon John E Dameran Laura Daniels 8: Mrs. Reginal Daniels Sammy Daniels Mary Darden 8: Mrs. Davenport Bertha Davenport Mary Davenport 8: Mrs. John Davidson A. Davis Sr. Jr. 8: Mrs. Davis Benjamin Davis C. A. Davis Carrington Davis Charles Davis Dorothy Davis Dorothy Davis Evelyn Davis Florine Davis Georgette Davis Gladys Davis Grace Davis Jennie Davis John Davis Julia Davis Le Roy Davis Lillian Davis 8: Mrs. Miles Davis 8: Mrs. Willie Davis Julia Davidson Emily Daw Ethel Day William B. Day Sylvester Dean 8: Mrs. Joseph De Berry F. De Brassard Edna De Coursey Rosa De Coursey Anna Deck 8: Mrs. Irvin Delt 8: Mrs. Charles Demby Ollie Dendy Simuer Denure Carrie Derricks William Derricks D. Deshields 8: Mrs. Elmer Deshields 81 Mrs, George Deshields 8: Mrs. Isaac Deshields 8: Mrs. Irvin Dett Bessie De Vore Isaac Dias 8: Mrs. James Dickerson Susie 0. Dickerson Dickman Dickman Alice Diggs Bemice Diggs Dorothy Diggs Robert Diggs Margaret Dirton Charles E. Dixon Gladys Dixon Connnued Mrs. Darnell Dixon Mr. James Dixon Mr. 8: Mrs. Oshom Dixon Mr. Walter Dixon Mr. Wm. Dixon Miss Viola Dlover Mrs. Martha S. Doali Mr. Vernon Doctry Mrs. Sarah Dodson Mrs. Alice Dolley Miss Ellen Dolvery Mr. 8: Mrs. Lucius Dolvey Mr. 8: Mrs. Pascoe Doran Mr. Dorsey Mrs. Bertha Dorsey Mr. Clyde Dorsey Mr. Calvin Dorsey Mr. Charles H. Dorsey Mrs. Elsie Dorsey Mrs. Emma Dorsey Mr. George Dorsey Geraldine Dorsey 8: Mrs. John Dorsey Miss Mr. Mrs, Lloyd Dorsey Mrs. Oscar N. Dorsey Miss Ramona Dorsey Mr. William Dorsey Mr. Evertt Datson Miss Helen Dougherty Mrs. Mabel Doughtery Miss Constance Douglass Mr. George Douglass Mr. 8: Mrs. Elmer Douglass Mrs. Emogene B. Douglass Mrs. Lena Douglass Mrs. Mary Dowell Mr. George Downey Mr. Christopher Downing Mr. James Downs Mr. Joseph Draper Mr. Laurence Draper Mrs. Maggie Duckett Mrs. Daisy Drummond Mrs. Minnie Drummond Mr. Thomas Drumright lVIr. James Dunashay Mrs. Maggie Duckett Mr. Sherman Dunaway Mr. 8: Mrs. Benjamin Duncan Mr. Major Duscan Mr. Manche Duncan Miss Ellen Dungee Mrs. Tzella Dungee Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Dunlap Mr. 8: Mrs. Henderson Dunn Mrs. Vivian Dunston Rev. Father Francis A. Dynan Mr. 8: Mrs. Eugene Dyson Mr. John Dyson Miss Myrtle Dyson Virginia Dyson .- E .- Ruth Early Mrs. Miss Mr. 8: Mrs. Cecil Eason Mr. James Eaton Mr. 8:8 Mrs. Earl Mr. Charles Edmonds Mrs. Hattie Edmonds Mr. 8: Mrs. Edwards Mr. Chester Edwards Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards Mr. Emmitt Edwards Mrs. Floyd Edwards Mr. Jasper Edwards Mr. 8: Mrs. L. Edwards Mrs. Sadie Edwards Mr. Samuel Edwards Mr. Thomas Edwards Mr. Webster Edwards Mr. William Edwards Duke Ellington Dr. A. Lee Ellis Mrs. Marcia Ellias Miss Emma Ellison Ellyood Elmore Mr. Mr. 8: Mrs. Emmitt Mr. Winder Emory Mr. 8: Mrs. Moses Eppes Mr. 8: Mrs. Daniel Epps Miss Helen Epps Kolonel E s Mr. pp. Mr. 8: Mrs. William Epps Mr. David Evans Mrs. Drucilla Evans Mr. Riccardo Evans Mr. George Evans Mr. James Evans Mrs. Loretta Evans Mrs. Margaret Evans Miss Mildred Evans Mr. R. K. Evans 92 Mr. Richard Evans Mrs. Rosetta Evans Mr. Morton Evans Mrs. Evelyn Everett Mrs. Hattie Erwin Mr. 8: Mrs. Edgar Ewing Mr. 8: Mrs, VValter Ewing - F .. Mr. 8: Mrs. Charles Flagg Mr. Fairfad Mr, John Fairfax Miss Nancy Fair Mr. 8: Mrs. James Fziilin Mr. Delmond Falling Mr. Arthur Fana Mr. Booker T. Fziulcon Mr. 8: 8:Mrs. Howard Faulcon Mr. Robert Faulcon Miss Beatrice Faulkner Miss Alice Fauntleroy Mr. 8: Mrs. Amassa Fauntleroy Miss Theresa Fountleroy Miss C. S. Fax Mr. Calvin Feeton Mr. 8: Mrs. Ernest Frnderson Pvt. and Mrs. James Ferguson Mr. Albert Ferlita Mrs. Bessie Ferrell Era S. Ferrell Mrs. Gladys Ferrell Miss Mary Ferrandi Mrs. Margaret F. B. Fcrrill Mrs. Ella Fields Mrs. Gladys Fields Mrs. James Fields Mrs. Luwenia Fields Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fields Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert C. Fields Miss Dorothy Figgs Miss Emily S. Finks Mrs. Marion' Finney Mr. Billy Fisher Mrs. Erwin Fisher Mr. James Fisher Mr. Granville E. Fisher Miss Helen Fisher Mrs. S. Fisher Mrs. Willie Fisher S Zfc W. O. Fisher Mrs. Violet Fitchett Mrs. Franklin Fitzgerald Mrs. Hannah Fitzgerald Mr. Irvin Fitzgerald Mrs, Mary Fitzgerald Mr. Morris Fitzgerald Mr. Wm. Fitzgerald Mr. 8: Mrs. Lucy Flagg Mrs. Majorie Flanagan Mr. Elizah Flax Mr. 8: Mrs. Wendell E. Fleet Mr. Edward M. Fletcher Mrs. Ana Fleming Mr. Benjamin Fleming Miss Bertha Fleming Rev. Frank Fleming Mr. Tucker Fleming Mr. 8: Mrs. Fleming Mr. Linton G. Flood Mrs. Hurley Foneece Mr. Laurence Floyd Mrs. Anna Ford Mrs. Alethia Ford Mr. Bernard Ford Mrs. Cecilia Ford Mr. Dennis Ford Mr. Delice Ford Mr. 81 Mrs. Leonard Ford Mr. 8: Mrs. James Ford Miss Lucille Ford Mr. 8: Mrs. James Ford Pvt John Ford Mrs. Mildred Ford Mrs. Mildred Ford Mr. k Mrs. Robert Ford Mr. 8 Mrs. Wil-liam Ford Mrs. Blanche Fortune Mr. 8: Mrs. Melaine Fortune Mr. W. Juse Fortune Mrs. Evangeline Forrest Mr. Alvin Forrest Mrs. Beatrice Foster Mrs. Nana. B. Foulk Mrs. Addie Fowler Mrs. Bernice Fowlkis Mr. Donald Fowlkes Mr. William Fox Mrs. Mable Franklin Mr. 8: Mrs. Wm. 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