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

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R 5 3 I t N112 ,g Q TO SERVE Q - - ' I I'- AA 55' M K ' ,, ,I-xgllqq ffl - 'x CED ' 99 Q 'Xxx 'N 'K ,Nia '43 I 'A N . , I ' , ' IFS: f Situ--A A H P Wrrmrov Congratulatrons are the order of the day to thr Urou of finc younv nrerr and worrrerr y ho y dint of pecrtic objectryes continuous perseyerance and executron of a fixed purpose hare earned the rrffht to be added to the eyer growmf' rostra of llouvlass graduates ou ave croscn a y ur thenre June ass -H Dreams of a lruc Jemoc racy rs rs yerr y 1 lllllt y o e oweyer t e qucstlon arises as o what you conccrye as bernff a true democracy Xhraham lincoln has succrrrtly expressed hrs idea of rt rn these words wou nrt e a -aye o I would not e a master Thr- expresses rrry idea of democracy ratcycr drflcr fr nn t 1 the yen o crrnce 1 no dcmocr c as trc concc t rf truc democracy the proyenr tre rr arises as tr how yc u the potential lea ers n o -can rf' 1 o rernff suc a derrrocracy which you know only too well by practice and expcrrcnce docs not exist rder then to he ahh t partrcrpatc rn trrrcrvence of such a democracy first you repre sentatrye of American youth, nrust be cognizant of the responsrbrlrtles rrrherent rn you You nrust reconcerye of educatrorr not as nrerely a prepara tron for fnaturlty but as a continuous lllumlnatrorr Xou nrust strlye eternally for the realization of approxrmate perfection maturmv refining, which IS the arm of all democratic llvlllg ln ltS hlffhest sense You and l know of the exlstlnfr strugffle between the two mam rdeologles which eiempllfy the beliefs of the two major nations of the world namely democracy yersus comnrunlsm Your role the role of youth then shines with prrstme clarity It rs your lnallenable moral obllffatlon to spread the vrowth of this democracy to help the nations of the world forget therr fear of rnsecurlty and nrrstrust of this democracy by seeing that lt rs truly practiced here at home, to help build a derrrocracy that IS both exciting and exactlng one that knows no bounds of race, color or creed short to see that a democracy exists that rs a decent one one that men are not only wllllng to dle for but one that rs also fit to live by This then IS your job to see that thi type of democracy which 1 now only a nebulous dream becomes a living, yrbrant reality TOMORROW S VIEW OF DEMOCRACY CHaRLrsJ Dcycrr ln order to predict a derrrocracy of torrrorrow we nrust first consider what the fallacles of our way of llfe are today ln today s democracy there rs ey rdence of a lack of educational and ecorromrc opportunities for mmorrty ffroups ln certarrr scctrons of our country there are segregatlon drscrrmrnatron and racral yrolence which are sw nrfic ant of the mrsrepreserrtatron of the democratic principles stated m our constitution Therefore rn XIPMIIIU the democracy of t rrrorrow we would first drearrr of a natrorr where all inhabitants enjoy equal opportunities for FflUL3tl0I'l and employment Our dream would forecast free partlclpatron rn the ffoyernment a participation that will deny no man the rrghts of sulfraffe with the subsequent rrvht to make the laws by which he rs governed In thrs new democracy there will be no social or racral OSIFHCIQIH there wlll be no man who does not enjoy thc same prlvrleges as hrs ncrffhbor enjoys and there will be no fear of persecution for exer ClSlIlg hrs rrffhts to work, to be educated, and to live wherever he pleases Yes tlrrs lg our dream of tomorrow 5 democracy, and a dream rt wrll be until all men are free to seek ha mess accordrn to their own desrres and PP g capabilities so lonv as they are decent, respectable law abiding crtlzens t , S YV .S A .jr .h ij M -V 1- P ' .' rj , W ' li -ba ,, x ". 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'-'Hit'-QQ-fm ui--V91 A' f ' ' ' . 2 ..' , xecutes C areiuiiy th e steps 's fs. Hodges SUPUVT its research P1036 e Ciass e, research. 12 A2 in 35 C1855 ci. Th invoived in - NA! tier directs Mrs. Bu ' exercise. ty plfig Ciass 12A Tina The Library Ciub Cornish av aiis opportunities. 12.5, sponsored by Mrs. ilseii oi reading Mrs. Webb should be proud for having counseled Ellsworth in the recent Pepsi Cola Scholarship Examination. He won one of the awards. ln Distributive Education Mr. Griffin emphasizes good salesmanship and attractive display. Mrs. Cray discusses with Class l2A4 the big issue of the day--g'Democraf-y and Peace." X X WP' ga till? M 35 c Payne carefully develops with Class 12Al the Electrolysis of H O Some l2A5 boys working on a woodwork project under the direction of Mr LEWIS Behind the wheel driving is one of the essentials stressed by Mrs. Thelma Ashe in her Driver Education Class. Another section of 12A5 executing an Carter Mr. ' V K x , electrical project assigned by Mr. SLA . -WE ,ff gf, -9 " X a A demonstration of bathing a baby by a student in the Child Care linit. Mrs. Page is the teacher. Mrs. Burgess watches a stuclent of IZA5 as she works on her graduation dress. Can it be that lVIr Callls is havmv two boys of Class 12Ao work on com mencement programs 9 Mr. Taylor supervises some pupils of the Art Curriculum. Graduates who completed their high school course in 2143 years. Members of the National Honor Society. The Douglass Chapter was founded by Mrs. Young. Mrs Hucles gives her class in Journalism some pointers in the art of editing the Courier. Earl Moses is Editor of the school paper. Mrs. Lawrence sees to it that her homeroom Class l2A3 is gainfully employed. I EDITORIAL STAFF Ezlrtors Ln flue! Mxldlcd Hall Rebecca Howard Associate Fflttors Ovella Do sey Evelyn Kellam Literary Erlztors Helen Cooper Charles Dungee Ernestlne Grandlson Charlotte Hall Karen Robmson Asszstants Margaret Chrlstopher Shirley Fowlke Anna Moaney Dolores Leeper Speetal feature Iwlztors Ida Chlsholm Martha Gros Don Jenkins Barbara Jones Lots Quarles Assrstant Augustme Brown Mano Ceaphus Shlrley Jackson Audrey Rucker .Sports Ldztor Theodore Poole Arttst Lmwood Thomas Asstsldlll Ruth Jame- Photographers Delores Boston C lorla C olona Amy I'rankl1n Geneva Gmgles Gladys Johnson Margaret Lancaster Ralph Mallory ueen McDowell Alma Malhtas L lllan Mason Herbert Nutter Dorothy Wood Chas Rlce EDITORIAL STAFF REPORTERS Sarah Allen Creolla Alston Evelyn Ball Helena Ball CUFIIS Baskervxlle Betty Blgby Elizabeth Bond Edna Bradsher Augustme Brown Delores Brown Betty Carrlngton Ann Carrington Ann Carter Barbara Clay Moses Coleman Bernice Cragway Mrssourl Dennis Donald Forrest llorla Goodwm Colomer Crant Martha Cross Phyllis Hagan, Vondelear Hagglns Selma Hamhn Peggy Harris Margaret Hodges Frances Holland Shirley Holland Anme John on Cladys John on Marie Johnson Mary Jone Mary Knight Ehzabeth Landrum Dolores Leeper Hazel Lewis Lllhan Mason Catherme Matthew John McCask1ll Lorralne Mlller Blonetha Nelson Ohvett Parsons Carolyn Payne Marlen Pre ton Ethel Ransom Glorla Ransom Estela Rheubottom Carolyn Robmson Audrey Rucker Laura Sampson Ernest Sanders Rosetta Seay Ruth Shaw Catherme Taylor Laura TOIIITID Gloria Washington Dorothy Whlrley Catherme Woodland THE MANAGERIAL STAFF Managzng Edttors Catherlne Matthews Lots uarles Ass stants Betty Blgby Herbert Nutter Patron Managers Charlotte Hall Dolores Leeper Asststant Bernice Cragway Edna Bradsher Mlldred Hall Anna Moaney Rucker Rosetta Seay Catherine Taylor Aduertzszng Ilanagers Clorxa Colona Wergle Hlll Evelyn Kellam Asststants Au IISTIIIC Brown Colonler Grant Marle Johnson Charles Rlce Melvin Watts Treasurer Charles Dungee Wllllam Stewart Secretaries Glorla Bentley Shlrley Fowlkes Alleen Holt Barbara Jones Mary Makel Lllllan Mason Wmona Mltchell Catherine Randall BUSINESS STAFF Creolla Alston Marlan Ames Evelyn Ball Helena Ball Elxzabeth Bond Delores Boston Augustine Brown Betty Carrmgton Ann Carter Margaret Christopher Barbara Clay Mamie Cobb Helen Cooper Bessle Davis Mtssourt Dennis Theresa Dlxon Marshall Dorsey Donald I'orrest Amy I'ranlelm Glorla Goodwin Ernestme GfHHdlS0n Phyllis Hagan Vondelear Haggms Selma Hamhn Marjorie Harrell Margaret Hodges rrances Holland Mary Holliday Rebecca Howard Ruth James 'Ihorald Johns Annle Johnson Gladys Johnson Mary Jones Mary Km ht Ellzabeth Landrum Hazel Lewls Alma Mathlas John McCask1ll Cecll McNe1l Blonetha Nelson Carolyn Payne Marlene Preston Gloria Ransom Carolyn Robmson Laura Sampson Ernest Sanders Laura Tomlln Gloria Washmgton Delores Williams Alma Wise Thelma Whxtt Dorothy Whxrley Joan Whlte Dorothy Wood Catherme Woodland Chas Rlce APPRECIATION The Faculty Committee of the Survey gratefully acknowled es the cooperation of the teachers of the English Department and the many subscrlbers who e combmed efforts effected the realltatmn of the project QDCCIHT credlt IS given Llnwood Thomas under the super vnsnon of Mr Tavlor for the cover deslgn end pages tntle page dedncatory pa e table of contents and the cartoon THE FACULTY COMMITTEE BERTHA B ANDERSON Consultant JAS A B C AL S Consultant CI XUDINI' DOWDY Fmanee PSNIE M HIJI HES General Chazrman IOWST KNTI X W J ACKSON Art Department THFLM X J LAW REWCE Englzsh Department GER I R UDE D M ACER Phy steal Educatum Department 4-1 ...,...........,...,....,. 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WHAT DEMOCRACY MEANS TO US CATHERINE MATTHFWS AIND BLONETHA NELSON Democracy to us IS a way of llfe It embodles freedom of cholce whlch wlll produce happlness satlsfactlon, and COIIIEIIUIIPIII ln all worthy phases of llvlng Some of the cholces that seem of paramount lmportance to us 'ere the followlng the ablllty to secure an 6dUC3l10Il where we please the ablllty to select jobs for whlch we are best fitted, and the ablllty to help break down dlscrlmlnatlon and all forms of lntolerance It IS true that democracy IS not a reallty how ever, the democratlc ldeal has more chance for fulfillment than any other system now ln operatlon Democracy to us means that III cases where people suffer the denlfll of the ballot lnequallty ln educatlonal faCllltlCS and seffrevatlon ln transpor tatlon these same lnrllvlduals haye the rlvht to appeal thelr cases before a Supreme Court Thls Lourt has handed down CTPCISIOIIQ ln the last few years that banned -gregatlon between Negroes and whltes ln lllter state travel that banned denlal of the ballot to Negroes ln poll tax states, alld that recently has lnslsted upon equal educatlonal faclll tles regardless of race Democracy to us 'neans a contlnuance of free lloms such as, the rlght of speech the rlffht to worshlp God as we deslre and the rlght to vote for the candldates of our cholte 'lo us these outw rd expresslon: are llbertles and democracy proylde for thelr greatest expres QIOII DEMOCRACY IN THE SCHOOLS TODAY GLORIK GOODWIN To assume ones re ponslbllltles IH an adult world one must be tralned ln a chllds world Educators and other well thlnklng men agree that schools are the most cffectlye means of fOSt6I'lll Prlmarlly, thls ldea 14 nurtured throuffh two channels 1IltCI'I'3Clal school HCIIVIIICS and llltfa scholastlc groups Wlflllll schools Though the former trend IS the newer of the two lt IS felt that the effects are as far reachlng as those of the latter lllter raclal acrlvltles present opportunltles to share valuable CXPEIICIICES that could not pos slbly be shared ylcarlously Each group learns that the other has accompllshments whlch haye heretofore been unknown to the other It s hoped that the results of these IT16CtlI'lgS are as purposeful as they are belley ed to be Ihen too, lntra cholastlc HLIINIIICS Mltlllll mhools promote thalatter development There are student C0l1IlLllS school papers forulns, assem blles and clubs Nlll ll ltfltlt, about thls growth Students learll to respect the oplnlons of others respect authorlty evaluate crltlclsm, and aboye all the value of coopelatlon It IS true that much has to be done but lt IS also true that much has been accompllshed by lnstllllng through schools those concepts whlch are so yltal tt democracy YOUTH IN AMERICAN DEMOCRACY VOINDI-LEAK HAGCINS Today the governments of the world are belng domlnated by two ldeoloffles Communlsm and Democracy, therefore, AIIICTICHH youth has the Job of perpetuatlng those prlnclples upon whlch our government IS founded It IS the youth of today who are golng to be the cltlzfns of tomorrow 'XIXICTICHII youth there fore, must teach the lrleas of a true democracy a democracy, whlch proyldes Jobs f all democrary, where there wlll be no need of a fxlyll Rlghts Blll a democlaty whele cltlzens can yote wlthout fear In order to do thl the youth of today must thelnselves learn to yalue thelr llbertles They must not abuse them They must be on guard agalnst gloups whlcll wlll try to destroy democ racy and enslaye thls llfltlllll They must learn to accept and respect all colors all races and all rell IOIIS Allltnfle n youth must no longer accept demoo racy as an ldeal but they must make It a reallty I . . 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O NAME O CHARACTERISTICS OF A TRUE DEMOCRACY O PET PEEVE Q3 Lk ,Ewa As? at RONALD ADDISON ,lust standards Communism To be a business man SARA ELIZABETH ALLEN lfmty Silly rays To furtlur my education CREOLLA ALSTON lLqual rights Selftshness To atltud Freedmans Hospital MARION MARIE AVIES Equality Latene s To be a stenographer CURTIS ISAAC ANDERSON Cooperation Dishoncsty To further my education LEVI NOTTINCHANI BAILEY Lqualzty for all COHIUIUHI tic ideals To attend Hampton Institute MARY EVELYN BALL Peace Standing in long lines To become a success HFLFNA FRNFSTINE BALL Iqualrty or all lnsmcerity To study nursing GEORGE BARKLEY .lustzce Bad music To be successful LOIS BARNES Food cztzzenslnp Dr-celt To study nursing CURTIS LEON BASKERV ILLE Lqualzty Wars To attend Hampton Institute CLORIA E BENTLEY .lusnre False accusations lo major in sociology I6 O IMMEDIATE PLANS AFTER GRADUATION l' A O NAME C CHARACTERISTICS OF A TRLE DEMOCRACY AIPHOVSUS ALBERT BESS Equal opportunztzes Foolish people To further my education CLYDF WILLIANI BEVANS Worlrl Peace Dccelt To mayor ln Phyencal Education BF I"I Y LILLIAN BICBY lnlegnfv To became a nuree CHRISIINE BLACKWELL The four freedoms A ltatora To attend Pratt Illbfltlllt' ALVIN BLAKE Equal opportunztzes Prejudue To attend Cornell Umverslty NIXRY ELIZABETH BOND Tolerance be regatxon To bc-come a nurse 0 PET PEEVE 0 ININIEDIATE PLANS AFTER GR-XDLATION GLORIA GERTRUDE BOOTH No se,regat1on W8lllng m lme To attend college DELORES IRENE BOSTON Cooperation Hlgh allltudes To attend college NIILBURN BOYER Justzce To enter the clvll service EDNA WILHELMINA BRADSHER Equal opportunzty Teaslng To attend college GLORIA JANE BRICE World fnendshzp Bonsterousness To study nursing AI NIA LOUISE BROWN Brotherhood Elght period school day To atlend busmeas echool . . . U . A, . , A K . l Dishoncsty Third rate movies . V . . Y. ,. A g' ' - . ,U . ,. V V , D . C NAVE O UHRMITERISTICS OF A TRUE DEMOCRACY AUGUSTINE THERESA BROWN Tolerance Broken promises To attend college DANIEL WEBSTER BROWN World peace Procrastination To study carpentry DOLORES ALMA BROWN Unzty Dlsappomlments To further my educatlon DOROTHX VICQUETER BROWN Honesty Attendmg early classes To attend college ELLEN MACKAY BROWN Equalzty IDSIIICCFHY To become a seamstress ROBER1 ALEXANDER BROWN Brotherhood Qophlstlcated gxrls To study engmeermg I NAME O CHARACTERISTICS OF A TRUE DEMOCRACY I ""'k HQQI IDA LUCRETIA CHIQHOLNI aczal understandzng ntolerance 0 major Jn Blolo y NI KRCARPT PIILABETH IIIRISIOPHEK Tolzranre ow nxarks 0 attend cullc L BXRBARA 'NINE CLAY l mty l1np.1!1vm': To attend college NI-XNIIF BELLE COBB Equal rzghts Ftlllllg, up early To bp buccebsful INEZ COLE l'qual rzghts D1 mrmunallon To became a nurbe FLNDYQ COLI' NIXN Equal fI,,Ilf.S DISLYIIIIIIIAIIOII 'lo alund busmebs Lhool PET PEI-IVE O IMMEDIATE PLANS AFTER GRADUATION 'VIOSES ENOCH COLENIAN JR Fazr play Se regauon To attend college GLORIA NEATHER COLONA Brotherhood Dccelt fo attnnd Hampton Inbtltute HELEN M COOPER Equalzty HYPOLIISY To attend colle f. BERNI1 E CRAGWAY Understandmg Being detamfd after school 'lo entur busmebs colle e BESSIE CORNFLIA DANIS Permanent peace Concert To attend Morgan Colle e PHYLLIQ LFE DAYIS Interrru ml underatandzng Rowdvl m To study nurgmg Q I NAXIE C lIlIARAC'I'ERISTICS OF A TRUE DEMOCRACY O PET PEEVE O IMMEDIATE PLANS AI-'TER GRADUATION fk""u-o R-r A 'N wfi ,ff 1,-Ol' J PHYLLIS MAXINE DAVIS Equality Poor sportsmanship To major in Physical Education MISSOURI 'SIARIE DENNIS l'a1r play Prevarlcallons To study nursing ROBERT L DENNIS Equality Lack of ambmon To further my education THERESA ANN DIXON Cooperuuun Cettmg up early To enter buslness school LOUIS ODONNILLL DORSEY freedom of speech ,lim Crowx m To be a succe s MARSHALL VERNON DORSEY Equality for all Hosulmes To altcnd U C L A MARTHA OVELLA DORSEY Understanding Prevarications To attend Coppin College ELIZABETH ANN DOUGLASS I nny Decent To study musxc CHARLES JONATHAN DUNGEE Equaluy Promlsculty To study medxcme DOROTHY MAE EATON Opportumty Prejudlcc To attend Coppin College SARA RUTH EDWARDS Unzversal cooperatzon Dlshonesty To become successful HELEN RONIANIA ENGLISH .lustzce or all Intolerance To be a success lggwf q 01 O NAME O CHARACTERISTICS OF A TRUE DEMOCRACY JAMES DAVID EVANS, JR. Civil rights Envy To furtller my education DELORES NIATILDA FISHER Tolerance Prejudlcp To l'llHIl'lClll8lC at Coppin CHARLES ALEXANDER FLlL'l CHER Frzendllness Poor portsman hip To attend Hampton Institute 'fa' MARIE FORENIAN Broadmmdednesa Decell To be a success -ll' AQ l DONALD JUKE Peace Dnshonesty To be a success FORREST GEORCI AUCUSTUS FOWLKES World rzendshzp Early nsmg To further my educatlon 21 O PET PEEVE O IMMEDIATE PLANS SHIRLEY Equality lnsincerity To attend MAE FOWLKES Coppm College ARTHUR K FRANCIS Freedom from want Non coopc-ration To attend Penn Unlver lty AMY ODELL FRANKLIN Equalzty Decent To further my educatlon VIOLA MAE FULTON lusnce Decext lo become a seamstress NORMAN L GAINES Frzendshzp Homeroom periods To further my education 'VIELVIN WHITTIER CASKINS Fazr play ,hm Crownsm To enter Hampton Instltute AFTER GRADUATION O NANII O KHKRMTIRINTIKS OF A IRUI- DEMOCRACY U PLT PLI-Nl O ININILDIKTI- IIXNN KI-'ll-R lR'tlll ATION Us MARII' ODELL GIBSON Equalzty Silly boys To further my educatlon BERTHA MAE GILLIAM freedom PI'Cjlld1C6 To attend Howard Umversrty CENLY4 ROBERT-X GINGLES Raczal tolerance Dlscrlmmatlon To attend Pratt Instltute YIRGINI-K BERTHK GIINGLES Farr play Bemg, detamed after school To attend Cortez Peters GLORIA FLIZABETH GOODWIN Freedom or all Chfmmrv To attend college ERNESTINE MILDRED GRANDISON Mutual understanding Dishonesty To attend college COLONIER GRANT Equalzty Injustice To attend college LEROY GRANT I'reedom of speech Prejudice To further mv educatron MARTHA 'NIKE GROSS No dzscnmznatzon IHSIHLCIIU To attend college PHYLLIS LMOWNE HAGAN Equalzty Boa tm To major ln laboratory technology VOWDLLEAR ANITA HACGINS Mutual understanding Decert To attend nursmg school CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH Efficient leadership Women smokers To attend teachers college HALL QGCV' ro 'CW pf 7' A Li C NAME O CHXRACTERISTICS OF A 'IRUE DENIOCRACY U PFT PEEVE I ININIEDIATE PLANS AFTER HILDA ANTOINETTE HALL Freedom of speech Decelt To attend Pratt Institute 'NIILDRLD NIAE HALL Fquallty for all Ioncett To attend college QLLNIA RUFH HXNIIIN Fqualltv Benn held ln suspense To become a betretary 'NIARJORIE ELILABLTH HARRELL Justzce In mcerzty To attend bustnebs college ALONZA THOWIAS HARRIS lzquahty Rushm To enter Morgan College PLCGY PAUIINF HARRIS fqualzh of opportunzty loin to tne dentist To enttr bubmnss school PRISCILLA ANNE HAWKII Ao dzscrlrnmatzon 0SI6Hl3ll0llS boys To study nursmg LLOYD FLFNFORD HENDLRSON bel respect Lonfu lon To matrtculate al Vlrglnta LUC ILLE HUFLL Freedom of the press To study nursing QANIULL ASHBY HICKS Equal rzghts LO'-:ln a bchool game To attend Mor an College .IULIA DORETHA HILL .Self government Decent To attend bubtness school VIRFII' WIKI- HILL Farr plav Bun detained after chool fo ent r business school ISIC GRADUATION I 9 11 l Cv' '-40 I I 4 I A l 1, A . A W, 4 , . - Y . S. V S ,tit . L I . , V 1 . . ' A 2 f -4 I ,- ' S ' ' Late lunch periods . A ' ' V I I , gt H ' 5 Sf l , . N L I S- . :l g 1 V I - r ' s I . 4 , g V. . . ' , . ' , I . . I , .' , .. ' ,, .' .- 23 L MARGARET LOUISE HODCES Racial tolerance In mcerlty 'Io study nursing l'RANCES HOLLAND No dtscrzmmatzon Dlshonesty To attend college SHIRLEY NATALIE HOLLAND Mutual underslandzng Pr: varlealors To attend 'NI0rg,an College NIARY REGINA HOLLIDAY lustzce Dlshonesty To enter Howard University AILEEN JEANETTE HOLT Fazth Hatred To become a success REBECCA EVANCELINE HOWARD lnter cultural understanding Lack of racxal prlde To study pharmacy ARTHUR LEROY JACKSON Equality Wars To attend college SHIRLEY RUTH JACKSON Equal opportumlzes Arguments To 'further my educatxon RUTH NIANIIE JAMES Aon ag resszon Bl otry To matrmulate at Howard Um versity ELIZABETH ANNE JAYSON Lzberal justzce lnsmcerlty To further my education DORIS BELLE JENKINS Equaluy Dnscnmmauon To further my educatxon HERBERT EARL JENKINS Brotlzerly lone Prejudnee To enter Hampton Insutute +.,4 HILTON MABEL JOHNSON Freedom of speech Lateness To become a secretary IRFNF DELORES IOHNSON Farr plav Latene s To attend Coppin College MARIE JOHNSON Equalzty To further my educatlon PEARL VIRGINIA JOHNSON lzqual nghts Dlshonesty To further my educatlon PEGGY JOHNSON Equalzty Poppm gum To attend busmess college RUI'H NAONII JOHNSON Elzmmalmn of segreganon Selfishness To attend Coppm Lollege ANNIE NIARIA JOHNSON World fnendslnp Chemistry lectures To study nurslng CHARLES ALFRED JOHNSON A b sence segregatzon Non souabnlrty To study music CHARLOTTE ELLEN JOHNSON Equalzty To further my educatlon DORIS THERESL1 JOHNSON Equal educational faczlztzes Bad smgmg To become a seamstress ESTHER VIRGINIA JOHNSON Umversal rzendshzp Segregation To attend college GLADYS JUANITA JOHNs0N Lqualzty Decelt To attend busmess college 25 5- A . DISCIHHITIHIIOII Digappginlmenlg . U . 5 . V L A A A -- THORXLD XLBLRT ,IOHNQ Pqtmltlx nits ptratltenz T atttrwl Hampton ln tttute BXRBXRK XNNI' l0Nl'S fqual 01IIIUl'fllHlHt'k Q I0 furllnr nty education DLLORFN FECLIIX .IONPD No dtsfrtnunnhon Due-lt ll tutlx pltarmafw EKRL WEl.Ll'Nl FOV JONES 1111! rzghfs Crowded treetcar To attend colle e FlxEDDlE IEE JONES JR fqtmltty lnfermrtty complexes T eek my place tn lfe LOLIQE QATHERIVE JONES .lumre Tea tn T0 furthet my ulucattort NIXRY YOLXYDA. JONES Jusnfe Decelt To further mx educatton FNFLYN YIRCINIA Kl-LLAM Adherenfe to the Golden Rule xl3llCl0llS gossip To matrtculate at colleg LFLD4 LL-XRILE Khl I LNI Tolerant? em d amul after c' tool 0 atttnd Ju mee L too MARY LEE KNIGHT Observance of the Colden Rule Ractal dtscrtmmatlon To enter bustne s college 'NI-XRCARET LILLIAN LXNTLASTER 'llutual understandzn Attendtng A pertods To enter Coppin College 'NI XC FII' l'LlL-XBEIH LANDRUNI Freedom lnqut ttlve pfople To further nn educatton xg PHILLIP EARL LAYNE Sportsmanahzp Decfut To be 1 success RHINXID ROBERT LII' l'qurll llt,hfS on Il lr 5 'Io jom the Nicrohant Marines DOLURIIW IONTI-I I K LLILPER llommtzr tranquzlzty I' on 1 T attend Mol an lnlle P HAZEL VIRGINIA LEWIS Umvmrsal brotherhood Blttnr aversion To attend nursing school JANE ISABLLL LLWI5 Tolerance Qelfibhness To study nurmng PX 'I IOKI 'NIXV Equal opporturutzes DlNCflIIlIlldll0H To furtmr my nducatxon 27 EDWARD ERIC LONG Opportunity Crudene s 'Io obtam a good job 'VAONII PR 'INK I9 LYLLS Iveulum nl: mn Prejudnf To furthrr my education BLRNICE I-LXINE NIXCILR bmrere relatzons Insmwrnty 'Io become u Le ul MARY IBABLLLIL NI XKLL Freedom NIISSIHB btreet cars To further my LlIllLdfl0l'1 RALPH LOUID NIALLORY Nezghborly love French homework To travd abroad IILIIXN NHRIL 'NIASON World friendship Duel! To attcnd Morgan College 'Uh Lap 'Y' 1.- 'wo-'Y f"N di' I ,fb V, Q I W l L , A I V I I A A 1 V, L Y .w I 1 ..U ' ' of I fr Ing s cal g ls f 'g- A 33 If 1 '. ,I .' I . ' ' ' L I , A A ' 1 Ig 'su - ' 0 ' 'S' If gf ' ' c'-ssf 5 I ' . ' 1 ' .' , . . X. I ' H ' Jn . 1 . N N A I 1 , A mx x , ., , ev- 1' 1 4 I X , Yi 7 U .x4P""t' ALNIA FURAINIA 'VIATHIXS bqualztv Untldlne o atttnd mu meme school CATHERINE QYLYIA 'MATTHEWS 0b.serLanre f Colden Rule Segre a lon To attend Morgan Colle e DORID PLIZABFTH NIATTHEW Opportumty Poppm bubble gum To study nursm JOHN LANSDON MLCASKILL Jusnee A traffnc Jam To study law WILFRIID DUNCAN MCCLEARY Chrmtzanzty Decelt To matrlculate at Llncoln .IANIES HOLLIS 'NICDONALD Brotherly love Chemlslly To furmer my education QUEEV IOLA NICDOWFLL Freedom for all Sllly boys To become a eam tn s JOHN NICKINNEY Economzc equnlzty Ylsltlng To study englnf-erlng CECIL QCOTT NICNEIL Unity Prelen e To attend college CLORI-X IVIEEKIWS I-reedom The new look To tudy nur mg SYLVESTER MIDDLETON Justzce Arguments To further my education LORRAINE CORETHA MILLER Adherence to the Golden Rule Wdlllng ln long Ilnes To study music I his ,411-1 i 1 "5-in NAONII BEATRICE 'NIILLER Equal rzghts French homework To attend Morgan Lollege WINOVA F MITCHELL Rama! tolerance Dseelt To study nursing ANNA ELIZABETH 'NIOKNEY Une uorld Chfml lry lectures Io attend Morgan College WILLIXNI NIOORE Understundzng Alchollc To attend college EARL RICHARD MOSES .IR Partzczpatmn m gozernment Loquaclous females To study Journalism SAMUEL ALEXANDER MOULTON Brotherhood Lorny Jokes To attend college BLONETHA NELSON fustzce Selfishness To further my educatlon IEANINIE 'VIARY NOEL No dzsfnrmnatzon Dlerespeel To attend Morgan College HERBI' RT EDWARD NUTTER fralernzty Decezt To study mortuary sclence DELORES VENETA OWINGS Brotherhood Prevarleatlons To attend college LORRAINE OLVETTE PARSONS Cooperutzon DlSCI'lIIllll8ll0Il To attend college ANVA IOLA PAYNE Equalzly NIBIICIOUS gOSSl To become a modlste 'VII 9-' YV .14 C7 5+ IQ: WL FAROLYN ANN PAYNE I ruty CWIIICI m To attend eollege NIH RTLL CATHERINE PHII LIPS Freedonz from ear Tlxc new ook To tudy nur mg HELI-:Nl PIERQON' Inltv Being mcknamed Qhorty To study nur mg THEODORE ROOSEY ELT POOLL 'Non se regatzon Carts glrl To tudy theologv NI-XRLILWE PATRICIA PRESTON Equallty Decelt To attend college DELORES CATHERINE PRETLOW Freedom for all DISCTIIHIDRIIOH To be successful LOIS MAXINE QUARLES Brotherhood IncesQant agltatlon 'W To attend Coppln College QANIULL STERLING QUINN lndluduallsm Irejudlce To attend college C ATHERINE MARY RAND ALL Lzberts Cattw remarks To further my educatlon 'NI-KRT R-YWDOLPH Fqualzty G0lng to vm To study commercxal ar ETHEL RANSOM International unlty Dxsre peel To become a stenographer GLORI A JANE RANSOM Inter raual understandzng Dxsappomtmenis To study soclology LA RUTH ADELINE REA Inter rarzul unzty D1 crlmmatlon To attend busmew school ALBERTA ANIELIA REYNOLDS Unwenszzl brotherhood PFOCFHNIIHHIIOH To study nuram LSIPLLX NINRIE RHEUBOTIONI Equal rt hts foncell To attr-ml colle e HALI5F LILLIAV RHEUBOTTONI Freedom Dlfappolntment To become a model CHARLES A RICE Loyalty DISCIIIHIHHIIOH To attend N Y U NAONII RINGGOLD Freedom History asslgnments To attend college NIYRTLE LEE RIVERS Fazr play Dull subjects To attend college FRANCIS VERNON ROBERTS Equaltty Ann mdlvlduallsm To further my educatlon WILLIMYVI B ROBERTS Freedom Sully boys To attend college CAROLYN MAE ROBINSON .lustzce Eg0ll m To attend college KAREN GWENDOLYN ROBINSON Equal opportunztzes AglIBIOYG To study pharmacy RAYNIOND ROBINSON Ltberal mmded mdwtduals Gymna tlcs To study theology vo.. ws-I ff No-1' Y-nu sap HY RI I lx ln! rnufn nnf jrumlsh p 1 or of Illlflllfl nm nur l IKIRK NIXF SKNIPNONI Ihnrzlx 1 I' ...ri PRN!-'NT QANIDERS ,. fqunl lights I x To altnnd colleg rvs Qi' .JXXID IRNINI QFOTT Lzlfrul mmrled mrlzuduals lonuzt sf, T tuds pharmacy 117 Xu! RONFFTA XIRCINIX QEIXY fqurzl rlghtx Hr I Illll' Ri 'TH BETTIE GH AW Frzfnrllx relations lo alund bubm: chool N 'V II SIII' PP r rlum nl Hllffllllll nn rx war Io furllur nn nduca n Ill-RBIHI NINQII-T-XRY l'r ezlnm Q Rdclal dn Cl'llTlll'I8Il0l'l To unter Hampton In mute BFATRHF BERNIYE, GNIITH Mutlull unrferitanrlzng DlSLl'llIllIldll0ll fo b ucu 4 ul IJPLILXH 'NIKE SNIIIH N on 31 gregahon if turlx nur mg, PRWLSI SODFN Llln ral I vglvluture rm vdru dtnuns To join the Army Alr Force xp 7' 17+ QHIRLIW LIE STAVLEY World umrv Impam nt pc uple To study nur mg XVIII 1' ' I 'I-IR NIKI, 'I. . .I I -XRD b 1' 'r , I U' .' 'A Na' .' ' A I 'OCX TI1- mi , ' g f I I' I 'vm--sz: " " s To ftuxly sing " - 1' - tio Q. . ', If , I I 'I H .','l,f, . A I 1, Ili-lwxlv-NIV A ' Is ' ' ' Q In allvml cull -ge - S' ff , S'llg gmg A A - ' I n ' 'C ' 0 s "Eff I f""""" as x If ' '. . . I : . .- Q. H FL. :gi . 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Y 'NIILXINI LL! IL YN KITS Equalzty Loudne To attend Colle e 'NI NRI XRFI I R VXI LN VI FLL9 lqualm It .1 1 Io btuclx co metolu W DOROTHY LILNIORL WHIRLIY Au dlSCl'1lIllIllIll07l btockm run 'Io Income succea 'ol ERNES 1' THFODORI-. WH11 E I'ru' ennrprzve -wx 111111 l1ce lo attend Lolh JOAN WHITE Lqualztv D1 1r1111111at1on to enter bubmebs school I FW IS ANDREW' VI IIITE If ff mmf I 0111111 11111 r Qhaw LIIIIXQI' 1 INIK XKHI Allltfllllf to 1111 lolrlen Rule lo further nn z1I11LaI1n IIORCI HINRY VEHXIE l'flt uznrprme o um ucu sful IH busmess DPLOHPS KOSIIILO NN II I I 'NIS 1111111 11,1118 D 11111111 ly 'lo furlmr 1113 ldllC3!l0l'l PIINWORFIII LLOYD VIILQON lrurlom of spmrh Il Ib attend f'oll1g.e ININIX NIXRIL WILQON1 UMM D1 1111111111 on 'Io atlmnd bumess C1001 61' 'Q LXIHILRINI- XXONNI1 Vt OODL XXII DI lI'llI1IldIOIl I I WIIIIXNI XUIRNI L1 111l111n x 111 1 irms ROB! 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'RQ' 'mm xp Vlr Charles I' lille-Q who has serwd 37 DKJUWIHQS cmcnnlly as Custodlan for twents three wars e e umm Cashxe who heck e urns oi the day doubXe cheek X e r 5 X h beH rmg he Why oesrxt the unc Caieterra ascxstanks ar rea SCYVC Perhaps r Powek the Dremran i ver dehcxous erxu hmkmg o ior the stuck-:rx 5 Going UP! 1' GrHes asqggams Stand ready to serve Dough, 5 Members of the Junior Red Cross who know how to render iirst aid. Mr. Nelson is the teacher-adviser. I Mrs. Veney gives a student some advice pertinent to good health. Mrs. Frisby, Secretary of the P.T.A. , 5 points out some information which the pupil must tell her parents. M 12A6 under the supervision of Mrs. Hideout serves the school by typing and mimeographing important notices and letters. VNC? ovker EOVY he Mme ' Nb Skaii. Yx ee Coe phque Tuber- ebecca How aid coxxkeuxphk aw aided has bg We NXargXan6 cukngxe Psesodxaixon Soi hex Qrhe. wkmimg, eeeag. Chee YZNZ vlexxx owes we top ko Survey Saks. Owe: mex0'0 Mme ' N5- ese oi We Ymefme-as Sxa5 3 Mrs. K ,,ff,,,1: . . A Y C, BVK. 3gQgX5YX1Qxxc5i 3 he 4 E33 Fortune, who is the Adviser of the Student Council observes the group at one of its meetings. N00 . Yoice Ougb A his we iw 39 355 09 M6 P pmfxef? ecfxivlf X ffffqciui A 9 ,gy 5 . to , HOW ' M393 gkxss awgays in Cowie' Miss Dowdy, financial secretary of the Survey, checks with the two treasurers nie 5 X8 baQk Z new 2.9 het WQAQOW EVERYONE SHOULD SERVE IN A DEMOCRACY MARY L KNIGHT AND SELMA HAMLIN In a democracy everyone should serve Why? For a democracy IS a government whlch IS run by the people collechvely or by elected repre sentatlves Smce thls IS true each lIldlVldll3l should play h1s part c ardless of race rellglon or socxal standards Someone may say I am only one lnsxgnlficant cltlzen what can I do to mfluence democracy what part do I play ln xt? Thrs person has answered hrs own questlons when he called hlm self good cltxzer By the term good cltlzen we mean one who takes an HCIIVC part ln clvlc and communlty actllvlties one who takes advantages of hrs prlvllege to vote not only 1n AN OPEN LETTER BARBARA The time has come when we members of the June 48 Graduatlng Class must stand up and be counted After twelve years of careful prepara tlon we are about to sume our responslbllltles m a soually and polltxc lllv dlSOfg3IllZ8d world We graduates know of the black Pasteurs Qand burgs and Berllns whose talents have met untlmely deaths We ve seen our parents stand helplessly by whlle raclal hatred dlstrust and greed have aborted every ambxtxo IS thlrst they ever felt And as a result of these md other obseryatlons bring to the world ll ls message presldentlal electrons but ln the electlng of h1s representatlves and clty authorltles as well Are you dom these thmgs are you bemg a good cltlzen are you playlng your part ln our democ racy"'7 We the Graduatmg Class of mneteen hun dred and forty elght dream of a true democracy a democracy of perfect polltlcal and soclal equahtv Perfect polltlcal and social equallty can be achleved only lf everyone serves 1n such a way that segregatlon persecutron dlscrlmmatlon and ID tolerance wlll be oblucrated We of the class of June 4-8 wlll be gcod cltlzens we wlll do our part we w1ll serve 1n our democracy TO THE WORLD CLAY We recognlze our problem that of brlngmg about equallty for all Prejudice must be stamped out slowly we suppose but definltely question the right of some free men to deny the rlghts to other free men We wlll challenge as we have been challenged The day of passlve existence has too lon been ldentlfled with our race The tlme IS ripe to further our cause Thls IS the tlme for the Graduating Class of June 48 to put lts shoulder to the wheel that fosters raclal equallty Yes thls IQ the tlme when we must stand up and be counted and be counted we w1ll' AMERICA A NATION OF ONE PEOPLE LLIZABFTH BOND To understand fully what IS meant by the tltle Amerlca A NHIIOYI of One People one must Hrst acquamt hlmself mth the meamn of democ racy When we speak of Amerlcan democracy we mean government by the people but lt means somethmg more From the beglnmn of our hlstory the American Ideal has been that of democracy Over a perlod of three hundred years Americans haye come closer to the ldeal of democracy than any other people Amerlcans have trled to create a natlon where all men would be equal before the law and where all men would have an equal chance to make a lrvlng and to lmprove thelr lot and that of thelr chlldren The ldeal of a democracy was broadened to take IH better llvmg condltlons better worklng condltxons and better educatlonal opportumtles for all people The blllldlflg of a democracy IS the job of every lndlvldual c1t1zen Every one of us carrles the responsxblllty f maklng democracy work A true democracy can be achleved only 1f the people work for the thmgs they belleve ln I L, A . . . , . , V , . , , . 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Q n 0 1 n 1 cv s I - - J 0 3 Y n FREEDOM OF SPEFCH IN OUR DEMOCRACY Placer HARRIS Freedom IS all of a PICCC, whether freedom of oplnlon, of speech, of the seas of the alr, or of academlc assoclatlon Let us COIlSlCl6I' but one of these freedoms Freedom of Speech what do we mcan Freedom of Spe ch' Freedom of Speech means ones rlght to ay anythlng one llllIllCS on anv publlc QUCSIIOII Vvlllllllll fear or lnterference from anv body It means equallv the rlght of the other fellow to speak hlS lnlnd just as freelv However radlcal, or revolutlollary hls languave he must have the same rlght to express hls bad ldeas as you have to express your good ones' Government bv alld for the people IS dependent upon the rlght of free speech for onlv IS we have a chance to hear or express all polnts of VICW do we have full opportunlty to partlclpate ln the buslness of governlnf ourselves lt IS essentlal, however, to the preservatlon of democracy that freedom of speech should be fully restored ln a democracy, freedom of speech IS the onlv vvay that people can hear all SldCS of a questlon Llberty demands freedom of speech because vvlthout freedom of speech there can be no search for the truth Thls search IS vltal to Amerlcan lsm , for unless great numbers of people con stantly seek to dlscovel new truths, we cannot know how to make our world a better place IH whlch to lve WHAT DEMOCRACY MEANS TO ME ALM A I MATHIAS Freedom rlvhts equalltv these ln lnv estlmatlon are the kevvvords of a true democracy A real democracy would grant llle alld all cltlzells of the lIlltt'Cl States the Four Freedoms 1 Freedom of Speech Ito VOILC mv bellefs or ln a letter Freedom of RCllUlOH tto vvorshlp as I vvant vvhether ID a churcll a temple or a synagogu J Fleedonl fronl Fear llll mv PUYSUIK of hap PIHPQS whethcl lh Spokane St LOUIS, r Atlanta I Freedom froln Wallt twhether l reslde III a tent, traller, or manslon P ln a true democracv, I would be allowed equal opportunltles and prlvlleffes wlth others ln securlng all educatlon holdlllg a job, and obtalnlng houslng facllltles It would be absolutely pernllsslble for llle to attelld ally school, buy a house ln anv locatlon or hold a job lll anv enterprlse, lh any cltv or state, vvlthout llelng barred because of my It would not be contrary to the nature of a democracy for lne to patronlze anv restaurant, tlleatre, or department store vvlthout belng con fronted Mltll certalll POIICICS that have arlsen because of my color To me, a dCI'Il0CI"'lLV means a government ln vxhlch rlghts alld prlvlleges are assured not to one group of persons but to all persons, regardless of thelr race, creed, or color LETS DO SOME HOUSE CLEANING MARX Jolvrs Democracy should stand as the SXIIOIIVIYI for equalltv lhe ldeal IS yet to 101119 lll a democ racv there ls no raclal prejudlce rellglous lntoler allce or llNlUSlI'l3l segreffatlon l vve are make other Ilall0IlS reallze the nlerlts of a demo cratlc government we must be all example vvorthv to follow Accordlng to Webster a democracv IQ a Government ln wnlch the supreme power IS retalned bv the people and exerclsed elther dlrectlv or lndlrectly through a system of representatlon Fan tllls be true when lIllllOI'lty groups are llltlnll datcd 'it the polls wh: n there IS segregatlon ln oul armed forces, when equal educatlonal facllltles are dellled all roups9 ls thls practlclng the prln clples of equallty that re stres ed ln our constltu tlon'7 Slnce democracy IS the only means of havlng true fellowshlp lets do some house cleanlng and IIISUIC a real democlacy for the cltlzens of to lllorrow and the youtll of today J y u k H , Y V , . . . . . . ' , ' I. I ' ' Q D . ' 5 1 A ' x l M s f M 9 ' ' Y l s 4 - n v V D L . - v . D , L . n Q I Q an cc 1 - ' . . 1' - sa. ' , , 1' at ' l' ' . J sa - - ,va Y L 7 'l F 3 I 'Q Y V P . . . ' V v Y nn 1 n. Y' x D A K 3 : - . 4 . V 4 a 'I whether ill a publicatioll, or a street corner, face- ' -i . , 2. C ' . - , I , . . . , , , g , , Y e ' v' ' 4. - - va - 3. ' ' 1' - ' - ' M, f' . , t . ' o C , - 4. ' ' . . , , F 9 . ri fs . . v E ' ' h- X x , . . ' 1 - Q M 1 1 4' K , R I, I S . , V, 'W' ' 4 - ' x ' I i . 5. . . s .. , . D' . U f p to ' g , v ' ' ' ' . , v V ix S ' ' - V , F ' si SG F- . l Q n . , U 4 , - L. L a y , ' ' i - , L ' gs l 44 WE THE AMERICAN PEGPLE BARB um A Jomzs For many years our land has been a haven for those reachln Ameruan shores Eagerness to obtam and enjov the four freedoms of press of worship of speech nd of want and fear has been the mam objecllve for those seekmg new homes ln thls country After findlng America to be a land of equallty of opportunxty for men women and ohlldren regardless of race color or creed men have struggled long and lard to preserve our land One of the first concepts of Amerlcan government that all men are created equal A so there IS the mighty heritage that has come to us ln the memory of reat deeds performed by pxoneer men and women who have establlshed thls mlghty natlon m so brlef a span of years In thls way we have taken Amerlcanlsm as a way of I1 e Joy Elmer Morgan sald If Amerlcan people could by some ma IC be transferred ln a body to some new continent that new ontlnent would be Amerlca for the essentlals of Amerltanlsm are 1n the hearts and mmds of the people And so proudly I say I am an Amerlcanl All may not be rlght wlth Amenca but Thank Cod I am an Amerzean LET US STRIVE TO MAKE AMERICA A BETTER AMERICA Sumux HOLLAND As youth of today we are faced wlth a very QCIIOUS problem It ms our duty to prepare for and to do somethm about the many gaps between our race and many other races of the world It IS sand that charxty starts at home and spreads abroad If thus IS true xt IS then our responslblllty as vouth to fight m order to brcak the barrler between the two races ln Amerlci PICJUCIICC hatred and an uncooperatlve Splflt nn any race toward another leads only to dlslllu lanment confuslon and chaos ln a country It mates a dlrect path for destruc tlon and war To make the peace that we have longed for a reallty It IS very evldent that we the youth of today must play our part the 1m portant part the part that Carnes the most welght Slnte we are the leaders of tomorrow we must prepare today ln order to make our dreams of a true democracy come true here ln Amerlca W cannot do thls job by ourselves We must co operate ln our effort of makmg Amerlca a better Amerlca whlch wlll lead to a better world world at peace forevermore WHY DEMOCRACY Doms JENKINS I prefer democracy to all other forms of govern ment because I believe ln lndxvldual rlghts and that the state was made for of and by the people lndlvldual nghts and prxvlleges are granted free under a democracy Inder a true democracy I belleve everyone IS wen an equal opponumty to enjoy llfe llberty and peace ln any wav he sees fit so long as he does not mfrmge upon the rlghts of others Some of the freedoms wh ch one may enjoy under a democracy are Freedom o speech Freedom 0 relzgzon Freedom of the Press Freedom of trral by jury Freedom to vote I choose democracy because It respects the dlgnlty and worth of each 1nd1v1dual All of the freedoms a1m to develop the lndxvldual to the fullest of his capaclty In a true democracy 1nd1 vlduals are able to progress accordlng to thelr abllltles I belleve m the end The best man IS the well developed man , , , V 0, D 1 a q I cr I ' , ' . D 1 - Q ' , : S ' 9 9 U ' . . E . . ' as - a . . U. . D ' . . . , '3 Z , - is 7 7 ! . ' . 9 v ' - as as so - ' ns . . . . l , ' ' , ' - cs - n 5: . 1 V V . . - . , , g V - 9 s ' . , . y Y n I I , v ' , . C w . . . N . . . . Y . - 9 . ' S ' , , -3 . V . Y u K - ' 1 I - 1 , 9 s ' U- . ' . . . . . . . U 1 9 , . I , . U 0 - V . . : v . . . . . . N , . , , , . 99 ,J . . . STRIPE' TURMOIL' FOR WHAT9 MARC mar Honcss There are those mdlvxduals who mamtaln the struggle for a true democracy IS a frultless one If thls IS true who are yye who are about to venture mto worldly affalrs to dlsagree 9 The Neuro bears thc brunt of every concely able prejudlce that can be lIlfllCI6d upon anv one group Tet accordmg to an artlcle publlshed ln The Evening Sun April 12 of thls year Alabama ln 1946 adopted through a constltutlonal amend ment the devlce of requlrlng an lnterpretatlon of the Federal Constltutlon before one can vote Thls means that comparatlvely few Negroes cast ballots However after a long delay a group has filed a sult 1n Federal dlstrnct court ln M0bll8 contestln the legalxtv of the amendment Can It be Sald that the proposers arent to be counted among our Negro martyrs 7 Evldences of a growmg democracy are becomlng more numerous each day In Baltlmore we share IIIICT raual experlences whlch we could not two years ago At conferences yye mlngle ymlth people from all oyer the ymolld Qtrlfe' Turmoll For VVhat9 For the democracy we helped to bulld and must contlnue to bulld We graduates wlll not accept thls demo: racy that IS worm eaten by jlm crow and lnequal lty lt IS always darkest before dawn and surely the prlvlleges whlch have come wlth democracy s dawn vylll some day le'td to peace and contentment for us the oppressed AMERICA A LAND OF EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ETHL1. RANSON As me thmk of eqt al opportunltles we feel that Amerlca 1 mdeed th land One may studv what Regardless of the amount of money he wlshes to spend he tonfidently does have this great oppor tumty lf an llldlVldl18l may wlsh to study at well known colleges or bospltals and lf he has the quallficatlons he wlll :naturally get the opportumty Indlvlduals such as artlsts teachers postmen and muslclans will mdeed be recovmzed and well known ln thelr chosen fnelds There xs a number of people that I could lnclude ln varlous occupa tlons Thev really must be skllled IH thelr par 'lcular vocatlons Are you be mnmg to realize that our country IS a land of equal opportumty? Equal opportunltnes come to those who take advantage of clrcumstances or opportunlttes to gam their ends We have unusual opportunltles at NHFIOUS plants or compamcs such as Glen L Martm Sparrows Pomt, and Curtis Bay America the land of good earth good people and peace will mdeed glve all the opportunltles for which lHdlVldU3lS strlve IN A DEMOCRACY WE ARE EACH OTHER S KEEPER GLO' IA RANSOM Amerlca IS a humamtarlan country Very few countries more than the Lmted States llye up to the motto all for one and one for all A few years ago dunng lts e1rly drlve the Amerlcan Red Cross brought the Idea of our belng each others kc per to the general publlc Durmg the war Amerxcans offered blood to save Americans It mattered not to whom the blood was golng The nrportant thmg was that American lives were at stake Today the American publlc IS concerned with the control of cancer Placards reveal to us the HIldlIlUS of statlstlcs that every SIX mlnutes an Amerlcan cltlzen dles of cancer Amerlcans are acceptmg the challenge Contrlbutxons are being given to the Socxety for the Preventlon of Cancer and commumrles are settlng up CllIllCS for early dlagnosls of cancer Phllanthroplsts are makmg scholarshlps possible for the youth of tozlay whd are lnterested ln searchmg for the cause of this menace to soclety The welfare of out people rs our greatest con cern for we know that what affects one of us affects all . . U I 1 n a 1 u 7 L 0' ' . . . . 1 ' ' ' D .I . Y V ' Y U I' . . . r ' - as - - 1 as 7 , 7 5, T ' ' I ' ' U . . - A , . - - as- - sa' ' ' ' ,- , . ' - aa ' 79 ' 9 . . . . . , - 9 ' S . g . . Q . . . . , 1, It . Q . h . , U i 9 V Y - , Q M' 4 9 ly L 1 u s - . ' 's ' e . 1 - ' .' S he wishes, no matter what the subject may be. ' ' 7 ' . I - . A: . . . . . . , ' ' n u 1 , ' . T 7 5 7 1 u D 9 . 7 7 ' s ' 9 .: . ' v . ' . . C i ss as . ' . , '. ' ' A 4, ' 5 - . . . . E ' ' LC S n s Q I u Q 5, ' ' a n I L - , ' v. , v 46 THE UNDERLYING PRINCIPLES OF THE UNITED NATIONS RUTH SHAW The Umted Natlons OrganIzatIon IS Indeed a dream of a true demoe racy and would surely make the world a much better one IH whlch to llVC ThlS organIzatIon wIll try to solve the world s polltlcal, economlc, and soclal problems, It strxves to pro mote prosperlty thronvh Increaslng trade among natlons ThIs wlll helu to ralse theIr lIvIng health and educatlonal standard It IS therr aIm, whlch I as well as others hope wxll prosper, to foster freedom of rellglon, fleedom of speech, and free dom of the press Close cooperatlon wlll be guaranteed among International orgamzatlons whlch are workmg on vItal world problems COUHITICS whlch do not belong to the Umted Natlons Orvanlzatxon w1ll be glven the rlght to JOIN and help keep peace In the world Wlth the controlllnv of armaments Includmg world control of atonIIc energy the world would be rld of war by havm-Y the causes of YN ar removed The Unlted INHUOIIQ hope to HLLOIIIIJIISII Its alms successfully Wlth a frlendly and Wllllllg., Ioopera tIon of f3mlllPS of lIllllVldUal countrles I am sure thIs 0I"'alllI3tl0Il wIll succeed If every one along wIth every eountry 101115 In lhlS struggle for world peace, and help carry out these worthy alms MENACES TO A TRUE DEMOCRACY KARFN ROBINSON To cItIzens In a democracy freedom IS a prec IOUS possesslon But today, those of mInorIty groups, although they are cItIzens In thIs democ racy, are unable to keep a firm hold on thIs free dom ThlS IS becaus thelr possession of freedom IS hmdered by racIal dIscrImInatIon and rellglous Intolerance Raclal dIscrImInatIon prevents groups from lIvIng together harmomously regardless of orlgln, race, and rellglon Hatred of others causes group confhcts Opportumtles vanlsh Instantly because only the majorlty group has a chance to better ltS6lf Therefore, l'l'llIl0I'lty groups do not have a sense of freedom, but feel trapped, unable to move or even to thlnlk freely RCllgl0l1S IntoleraIIce causes groups to avoId attendmff church to escape prejudlces found there Unless there IS understandlng among people and of thelr rellglons these prejudlces Increase and become hatred Rellglous Intolerance unquestIonably goes agaInst the church s teachmgs of ChrIstIan brother hood In order to conquer raclal dIscrImInatIon and ICIIUIOUS Intolerance, we must examine our own prejudlces thoroughly If we can not find good reasons for havIng them, then we must rxd our selves and try to nd others of these prejudlces If ue do thIs we can hcffrn to lIve together as true brothers Then our dreams of true democracy wIll begln to become a reallty WE ARE ALL HUMAN SARAH E ALLEN We are all human Have you ever stopped t thlnk about that statement? Dont you know thIs statement can cure th awful dlsease of hatred among the many races here In AmerIca9 Knowlng that we all are human, we should learn to lIve In peace and harmony wIth each other We should re'IIIze that the dIfference In our complexlons and bCll8Vl0I' are because of our dlfferent herltages and envlronments We all have good and bad character traxts whether black Nhlte, or yellow 90 let stop hatlnv each other, thus, causmg unnecessarv dlsturbancc among our fellow country men Whether we are of any complexlon., relIgIon, or natlonallty, we must all realrze that the other fellow IS human too Iffltll we get rId of the e sllly and Ildlculous notlons and understand that we all are human we Wlll never lIve In a really TRUE DEMOCRACY . L D . . . 9 - - . . i . . 1 D 1 4 A Q ' I D . . ' . . . . . . . U . 1 - . A , . . . . . , , , N . . . . X . . V V. . Y v - F . . , . ,Q- F, Y , M Y 1 , . . D . . . . A: . . . . . . g . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . D . D - . ' 1 'U . 0 I I . , . 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I 5 ' ' as , . 99 EQUALITY FOR ALL ESTELLA RHEUBOTTOM Democracy wlll come lnto lts own when all people have equal rlghts and opportunltles America, the seat of democracy, practlces thxs form of Government cnly to a certaln extent The mjustlces to whlch mlnorltles are subjected are llke fomentmg sores destroylng a SOClCty whlch possesses the most pravseworthy constltutaon ever drawn up The day has not yet arrived when Negroes 1n varlous lUIllIIll.IIllll6'Q haye the rlght to shop and dlne where they wlsh The tlme ha yet to come when Illlllt rltles 'nay attend all educa tlonal lllitltlltllllli and lf quallfled assume tom notch jobs regardless of the color of hrs skm texture of hx halr or the shape of hxs nose When these thmvs come to pass democracy w1ll have WHERE ARE COLON Since graduatlon 1 approachmf' we must plan to face and to carry new responslbllltles Where are we heading? Desplte the fact that we are free from hlgh school problems we w1ll be beset by numerous other problems out in the world A we yenture forth no doubt we may fund dlmCUlIl9Q ln becomlng adjusted to the new sltuatlons that we meet We must Tr alxze that as the cltxzens of tomorrow we must eoulp ourselyes wlth know ledge and skllls ln ortlcr to solve our problems 'Vlany fraduates will not xmmedlately continue thelr formal eflucatlon Some will yenture mto the field of galnful employment while others will set out to establlsh successful busmesses Many ady anced a vltal step When Negroes ln ome sectlons of thls country are allowed to vote wrthout paylng a poll tax, the Chmese people are consldered above the conven tlonal laundrymen, th' .lew IS not typed as dlrty and schemmg the Indlans speech IS no longer umntelllglble, and no man s race, creed, or rellglon serves as stumblmg blocks on the road to achleve ment then, and only then, wlll mlnorltles sav wlth assurance I pledge alleglancf- to the Hag of the Umted States of Amerl a and to the Republlc for whlch lt stands one natlon 1nd1v1s1ble, w1th llberty, and justlce for all WE HEADING9 Il-R GRANT do not reallze the grfat need for preparatlon for busmess careers but the mcreasmgly large num ber of buslness CDICFIJIISCS among Negroes de mands a thorough busmess tramlng be ause mllxtary of the present world cr1s1s will desire tralnlng l s throuffh probable that others wlll be educated the experlence of travel Regardless of the .unds of careers the June l948 students may' choose, l feel thelr achieve ments wlll be of a callbre that w1ll brlng credlt to themselves and to the school DEMOCRACY IN ACTION EWELYN BALI up LORRAINE MILLER Democracy has been displayed throughout our school by our llatlllfr Xl ltors from other countrles, b our Ulllli on world frlendshlp as well as by our paruclpatlon 1n orvamzatlons and confer ences We haye han ylsltors from many parts of the world namely Venezuela Uruguay 1n South AIIICYICB, Newfoundland Sweden lNorway Den mark and other countrles The success of world and national co operatlon depends upon us I formatxon glven us through talks of forelgners enables us to understand better therr people cus toms, and forms of government Such mformatlon has prepared the way for new understandlng and 48 fellowship among the yarxous nations When the majority of the people of a natlon lIlSlStS that due conslderatron be shown all peoples, Irrespective of natxonallty of race, that natlon wlll be ready to lead the world alonv the hlghway of peace We can ald rn co operatlon wlth other nations by readlng and llStCI1lllE to radlo programs about people 1n other countrles, by studymg the hlstory llterature, art muslc and other forms of culture of other natlons In addltlon, we can learn of the present problems whlch other natlons are trying to solve . I - S s I D w ' ' . ' ' - . . v. . . . Q I , . 7 ' , ' ' . . . , - - r- . . i . . ' 7 . V, , , , , , L ' '- , A j ' A ' ' L . , S : . . . . . .' 5, as ' ' L a. ' . . -L ' ' 1 7 1 Cy 91 - Y ' 'I 'f. ' ' 1 MI! I k 7 R 1 u u I n a Q s . . L . - , - . 1 ' 7, ' PM 1 . I . . C, V M I jr 1 . , 1- - 5 x , , ,, - V F . M V . v . . . - . A v ' k ' I . ' ' . s v Y . . Many' boys because of the advantages offered and , ,L A . . . . ' L A ' ' - " - r i . ' . g L - - 1 - ,. , . L V 'I K V. . . V 4 . Y I , H . K - ,- 7 ' - va l . . , , A ss s- . n L v ' , Y Lv A 4 . Al .Y L Y- ' .I P ' r ' g A s - . - F ' u v V . 'Y D . f 9 ,Y f e ,Y . T V Y T v . . . . . s f 1 a ' ' 1 ' 'f - . n- , , . FINIS EST N ON DUM CAROLYN We ar standlng at the crossroads of hfe one leadrnt, upward to success and the other to fallure ls thls the end? No' Uppermost 1n our mlnds xn this great Atomic Age IS w1ll we uphold our ldeals of success and HCh1CVCm6Ht9 We have studied hard for the the past twelve years We find the ultlmate Goal of success IS stlll to bc attalned by further studxes It IS our pmrsonahty as well as our knowledge whlch holds the key to success Thus It IS that we have Com pleted one pattern of our hfe and are about to he ln another It has been sald that our school days are our AyN PAYNE happlest and so we find ourselves quite reluctant to leave our assoclates behmd But no' 'Ih1s IS not the end The end IS not yet because we are not ready to step across the threshold of llfe to our varlous vocatlons It only means that after twelve years of study we have to study harder and further to reach the goal of success Our studles thus far serve only as the stepplng stones They furnlsh a foundatlon on wh ch we must bulld Thus IS not the end for we have just begun to fit our selves for further accomphshments In the words of an anonymous author Knowledffe rs mans crown of d1st1nct1on WITH MALICE TOWARD NONE CHARITY FOR ALL DOLORFQ C LEEPER If Abraham Lmcoln were to speak these words today as he dld rn 1663 we could see hrs reason for usm them To me thls means that all men are equal revardless of thelr race, color or creed If th1s be true man hould enjoy llfe hberty and the pursul' of happlness l1fe meamng to be able to hve and enjoy hfe and hberty Through econo nnc and soclal 'lffalrs man wlll be able to enjoy hfe as he desxres In th economlc would mlnorlty groups are faced wrth many handle ps probably because of thelr race If mmorlty and majorlty peoples would work together, these drfhcultles would dlsappear Soclety can settle the Negro and whrte mans problem by havlng conferences and entertainments together If each would forget hls race and come to some understandrrwf there would be more brotherly love Reahzlng the end 1s near, as much 1n mlnd to make Amerlca to be We w1ll do all we can racial barrlers faclng u Our America a lovlng and brotherly senlors we have what we want lt to ehmmate the alm IS to make natlon where all men have mental moral and emotlonal freedom INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION Mum. JoHNso1y For the past few y urs emphasls has been placed upon lntercultural education Attalmng an under standmv amon all roups regardless of race color or creed IS thc mam alm of lntercultural educatlon School have taken the foremost lead ln thls effort Books that refer to any group unklndly are radually bemg taken from the llst of readings for our students VISITS are belng made between the bCll00lf Just thls year the choral group of Dou lass ylslted Polytechmc Instltute vyhere they were warmly recelved prlor to this Southern Hlgh School rendered a program ln our own audxtorlum The motxon plcture lndustry has felt the lmpetus of the need for lntercultural educatlon and rs doing a great deal to rld its pictures of stereotyped roles The noyehsts of today are dom llkCWlSC Inter cultural educatlon wull ehmlnate 1nfer1or1ty and superlorlty complexes and the prejudices for whlch we have no concrete basfs Only throuffh the combmed efforts of everyone can thls country obtam harmomous oup lrvlng and the world a lasting peace l Q . . ' . . V 7 . . . A . y . . nr ' ' , . . . , . 7 ' . I K . . ,, . ' ' Ct . L . ' I u O I , 1 - . n 1 . ' ' I . , . , ' . , . U. . . D D . cs - v ' cy . A I . . . ,, 66 , 79 9 .' 1 , - , - 1 A 0' . l . ' . I . Z, , .Y o ' ' . F . . . - -1 , f . . . . . 1 .D, . - , , K. 'n ' ' 7 ' 9 D . Y Q . . 7 . . . . . l , 1 S. 5 , 1' I' . . . , . . I 4 . ,. I , . . ve. 1 I I ' nr fr U D T7 7 7 ' ' ' ' Y . Y . U . . - . D ' , s ' ' ' . I .. d , , X U j . 4 . . . . 4 Z- f A . . , I I 1 w s X U I 1 ' v a u ' I -. ' UI' . ' D or ' - . , 1- r . ' - UNITED WE STAND DIVIDED WE FALL Roshrm SEAY Durlng World War II we often heard the saymg by President Roosevelt, Unlted we stand, dlvlded we fall Dnd we understand It then? Do we understand It now' Does It mean the majorlty standing together or does lt mean the whole natlon standlng together one tor all and all for one? We speak of Amerlca as thc land of a true democracy but IS lt a true democracy? Is It a true democ racy when mlnorlty laces are subjected to preju dlce and unequal opportumtles? Are we umted when lynchmgs are common In parts of our IJ S ? Umted means to be together as one Are we united? It IS a known fact th xt a house dnrded soon falls Majority races fight analnst the mlnorlty, mlnorlty races fight affalnst each other How can the people of a umon surxne fi htmg against each other and amonff the pselves? Let us thmk of two words prejudlce and democ racy Get rld of your petty prejudlces for there IS good and bad 1n every race Thmk of people as frlends and brothers Learn to be tolerant Thmk of democracy and for what lt stands Reallze that only by belng unlted can we ever hope for peace UNIVERSAL CITIZENSHIP EAR R Moses An early phllosophcr, CICCTO, said Thls um verse IS rxghtly regarded as one commonwealth of men Even ln these carly days, and down through history, men expounded the ldea of Universal Various plans for world orgamzatlon have been presented through the years, but says Jullen Cor nell, a noted exponent of the ldea The only way to achieve world government hes through blllldlllg upon that whlch has already been constructed lf this be the case, xt s- ems natural that the Unlted Nations should be the nucleus of lnternatlonal orgamzatlon smce lt already exists and has the basxc framework for successful operatlon Many scoff at th ldea because to them It IS new But IS lt so new and revolutionary? Or IS there somethmg ln lt whlch IS famlllar, some thmg remlnlscent of well estabhshed prlnclples of ment but an applncatmfn to a wlder area of the pr 'fclple of federatlcn under whlch Amerlcans have lned for 150 years? At present the Splfl of natlonahsm stlll domm ates the world s p0lltlt al scene But ln these davs, wlth the atomlc bomb a constant threat to c1v1l1 ratlon, wlth the growlng dllferences and tenslons between natlons, shall we re use even to consrder the zdea 0 a world government? FAITH THE GREATEST ASSET TO SUCCESS HEUM BALL We the younger generatlon, who are golng forward to take our places 1n the world should have one word uppermost ln our mlnds This word xs falth It IS one asset to success When we come upon the many trylng raclal problems that we sha'l meet, when we encounter those who seem to w mt to push us back lnstead of forward, when we encounter the many hard tasks set before us ln our chosen professlons, we must keep falth ln order to trlumph over these hard shlps We must belleve that we can do as so many others before us have done to overcome these dlfhcultles We must belleve that no task, whlch wlll help us later m hfe, IS too blg for us to under take and that no matter what the sltuatlon IS our falth w1ll help us use to meet lt Let us go forward together, each ln hls own way but always havmg our common object, success, and our common trust, falth, before us Let us go forward ln thls great world to achleve peace ln our homes, our communltles, and IH the world at large I , , Y ,Y ' 1 u D U , . . D 1 . . . , . . . . Y. V 2 . . . . F 1 . D 1 . I fd., . V , . . - L . . . . . i ,, . . V I . . . n - L ,Y v N VN Q . s A n u u u s . , Citizenship - a citizen of the world! government? Is not the proposal of world govern- ' GB - Y . , 7 ' 93 v - - . - -Q . 3 . Y. . . :.- 7 , u , J J , , l 1 s ' G6 73 , , .. I i , as - va . 50 LIVING TOGETHER IN ONE WORLD LAURA Smrpsov Llvlng together IH one world means hung and frghtlng for the same thlngs, not as lndnlduals but as one umted world It means UIVIHU and taklnff your share of the Job of maklnv thrs one world 1n which we tould l1ve together as fellow CIIIZCHS We, as Amerlcan cltlzens, should reahze the many advantaf es there would be ln hung together ln one world FITSI there would be the ellmlnatlon of the threat of war because hvmf together as c1t11ens of one world, we would tend to be con structlve lnstead of CILSIFUCIIVC Secondly there would be less greed for power, because Ill l1V1Ilg CONGRESS IDA I lt was my experlenu to s1t IH on Congress from December 417 1947 There I observed Congress ln sesslon commlttee meetlngs and was able to talk w1tn our Congre smen about current prob ems Hon Hugh A Meade, TCPFCSGHIBIIVC from the second CKJIIBFCSSIOUHI tllSII'1CI 1n Maryland was the first Congressman whom l lntervlewed Thls 1nter v1ew w1t'1 Mr Mead was both mterestlng and exceptlonally lnformame Followmo thls conference, I went to the Senate commlttee meetlng a whlch tlme Oscar L Chap man, Actlng Secretary of the Interror read h1s report on the European Recovery Program Thls meetlng began promptly at ten oclock 1n the together we would wmt to share our thmgs wlth others Thlrd our IINIIIU condltlons would be bet tered, because IIVIIIU wlthout the fear of war and 'freed for power we could lead a prosperous and provresslxe l1fe Fourth, there would be no rac1'1l or rellvlous confhcts or any klllfl of seffregatlon Therefore there would be no CIISCTIIIIIHHIIUII of one race from anothcx and no prejudices of one ICIIUIOUS Group toward another Let us as utwens of Amerlca, become consclous of the fact that we hav a job to do ln rnalunff thls one worll ln whlch we could llvc together AS I SAW IT CH1sHoLM mornlng IVIIII Senator Robert A Taft presldlng My next days observatlon was made Ill the were debatlnff the two vltal problems of the day UMT and ERP The Forergn Ald Npproprlatlons Committee of which Senator Bridges ns chalrman, was dlSCllSSlIlg the toplc of foods Thls ITICCIIHV was ln the Senate Ofhce Bulldlng On the slxth the program mcluded a VISII to the ofhce of Senator Herbert OConor of Maryland In hrs absence, I lnteluewed hrs secretary I also conferred wlth Senator Elbert D Thomas of Utah Thls experlence was made posslble by Mr Spahr Hull of the American Frlends Servlce Commlttee SERVICES ANN B CARTER What 1s the need for serv1ce9 We serve that we may lead For he who IS worthy of becomlng a leader at one tlme shr uld have fatthfully served as a follower Every man woman and chlld should feel lt IS h1s responslblhty to bc of SCTVICC to others Not so much for Uallllllg lcwards but for servlng God and humamty SCTVICC may be rendered ln many ways Through labor, educatlon, charlty, and ln any field of hfe whrch may present :hc opportumty for servlce Whatever our hearts, hands, and mlnds Hnd to do we must be wllllng to do We the graduates of the June class of 48, must look forward to the opportunltles that are opened to us for SCYVICC Let us selze the opportumty to serve and go forward wlth a firm determmatlon to w1n For 1t IS ours to serve and to be served Always xemember that the watch word or key to success IS SCTVICC A X L ., . , D . ' ' . .D P D ' I D 1 - 1 D D . . I ' , I I U V ' I C . C - a alt, 1 . . . . . , '- - , y u ' ' ' f' . I I A. f D v - g . . . . U D ' ' 1 X . . Y f v gs 7 I 'A ' 7 i 4 f 1 , ' R - v' If D . . I ' , . . Y , V . . - A ' House of Representatives where Congressmen also S. ' . . l . U . . I , ' ,. I 1 ' Q I . . . ' . - . . U D , 1 - . . 1 . I . L . ' 7. , I' 1 I . - . I 3 .1 . . I . s 4 I . as as ' Q ,1 , CG 79 . . . , I , , . . ' i O 2 . . . ' ' , . ' . . 51 WHICH WOULD YOU CHOOSE-DEMOCRACY OR HELEN COOPER A democracy whlcll advocates equallty, JUSUCC and the four freedoms IS to many an lncomparable asset A government whose central power l16S ln the hands of an lndlvldual or a government wlthout fleedom and equallty IS seemingly agree able to the few who must bear lt Suppose you were forced to choose between many forms of government, which would you choose, democ racy or Before you make your choice, thlnk for a moment In your d mocracy you go to school regularly you read me books you like to read you travel to places of your own choosing and you llve your own llfe wltlvout constant threats of death or lmprlsonment for crlmes of whlch you are not guilty In a dlctatorshlp you thlllk what you are deslrous of thlnklng but you say only the things that the dictator approyes Then lf you llved under a communlstlc form of government, you would own nothing lnstead the government would own everythlnff The few books or perlod lcals which you might lead would be highly cen sored by the government In SPIIC of vour ardent deslre to T156 from your natal status, lf you llVCd lll a country where Ile caste system IS practiced, you relnaln as you w re born Who knows how you would prosper under either of these governments? What person can state wlth definite certainty under what condltlons you might have to labor? You are the choose , take your cholce as lt IS you who Wlll pay the prlce' HOW CAN I LIVE DEMOCRACY CHARLOTTE HALL If our democracy were functlonlng properly we would not be bickering oyer equal rlghts dl Iltllllllf., yalues We must reallze that the theory of democracy IS right t IS we who are wrong Our alllllty to llye dtmocra y depends largely upon our wllllngne s to shake off our phy slcal and mental lnertla So fa we haye proved to be only crltlcs and klbltzers We haye not co operated as a people of kindred bonds of freedom tolerance I'Cllgl0Il nd Justine to secure these benefits for all SIIILL mallklnd as a ulllt has falled ln achley lllg these lnallenablc rlghts, how can I as an lndlvldual llve democracy? I can exercise mv freedom of speech and of the press ln 4 rder to make my VOICC heard Through of peace alld harmony among races and people I can VOICC my demands for equallty ln education and jobs I can spread better publlc relatlons through such media as books pamphlets, record lngs radlo programs and motlon plctures and through panel dlscusslons I can support my government when It ls nlenaced by outslde ln fluences through constructive crltlclsm I must remember that the Government IS only as strong as the people make It Yes, I can llve democracy through fyeryday appllcatlons of all I have stated here Can you? ODE TO DOUGLASS GLADY5 JOHNSON 0 azr young sentmel on whose brow How o ten have we paused to admzre thy charm Shall ul no noble, grace than ,ww The spacwus corrulors the clubs the songs We eaflhs L-luld,e,, look to thee How o ten have we antlclpated the day And UI thy towermg walls thy splendors see When toll femlmng lent Us Wy 50 Play How o ten have we loltered ln your halls The-99 are my Chafm-9 deaf Douglas-9, 1075 like Where humble happlness endeared us, each to all the-Se Wzth sweet successton 0 rlghts to toll, to please 19 I I . V. - ' Y y D. - C . I - Q I n n -..? 1' g . 7 ' I I . ', V K . V. U . Y ' . ,4 .Su . 1 ' .F . ' crimination. alld prejudices. or would we be ques- organizations banded together for the establishment Y. . ' . Y V I CV' 44 L . 9 - y. . S k V . . A . . . 1 4 I 'N v Y I 'bl I 1 n Y . . 7 3 . .t T yy O , , If . . , ' f . . A- 0 7 ' , , f . . , . I , l 1 Q n f , 7 lf I . . , ' ' 52 JOBS FOR ALL AMERICANS OI: Over a century ago Europeans dreamed of a paradlse Wlth an abundance of Mllk aIId Honey They felt that the UnIted States was that Paradlse Durmg those years yoos were scarce and mllllons were threadbare and taryIII They thou ht that If they came to the Umted States where jobs were plentlful they would have a chance In earmn a lIvelIhood In a democracy the country IS ruled by the people All Amerlcan feel that It IS essentlal to have all types of jobs for eyelyone re ardless of race color or creed We Hnd that durm, the ClVll WaI It was a crlme to be cau ht teachm a Negro how to read aIId wrIte because the Whltes ARE WE AMY lNever before IH thc DISIOTS of the world has the questlon of man s de tIny hun so precarlouslv as It hangs today The pxactlce we naye of Democracy today IS very far fetched from the true IHCBHIH In spIte of our role as a worll leader se re atlon and pre judlce prevent the us of a real democracy As a stores colleges and make use of the best transpor tatIon serylces The treatment IYCII to returmn soldIers IS not democratIc The fact that we dns obev cIvIl rl hts IS somethln else that we should be ashamed of QL ARLES felt some of theIr POSIIIOHS would be taken Now although some Negroes are experlenced IH specrflc types of jobs they aIc st1ll turned down because of the color of thelr sKIn I do not call thls a true democracy The ablllty of a person should be the nIaIn requlrement of a job not the color of the skln HdV1Hg all type of jobs for Negroes wIll help the prosperlty of the country We as Negroes and Amerlcans haye a great respoIIs1bIl1ty IH reacluug thls goal of Jobs for all AHIGFICHIIS We can do IDIS by furthermg our Cdl.lC8tlOll so that the Tblllty Wlll not be the handl cap In securlng Jobs ASHAMED9 FRANKLIN lhe true meanIn of Democracy IS In Lmcolns Cettysbur Address that there should be govern ment of the people by the people and for the people 'lhe role that PresIdent Truman and DIS group of law makers recently started by the drawmg up of the ClVll RI hts B111 IS one step toward our should be the development of a brotherhood of all for one and one for all Negroes and other mInorI tIes can help promote a better Splflt of democracy by overcomm the feelmg of Inferlorlty and estab llshlng world frlendshlp EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES IN A TRUE DEMOCRACY BETTY CARRINGTON We talk about fr dom of rellglon and equal opportunltles but what does thls mean wlthout the thought of practIcIn brotherhood frlendshlp and goodwlllf' To my mInd a true democracy a government In whlch a man IS recognlzed regard less of race creed or Color The world today needs people of healthv attl tudes and leadershlp that wIll serve thelr country and humanIty by bcm leaders III democratlc actxon We must be Ioncerned about Fllllllllatlll such undemocratlc rowth In our SOLICIY as race hatred dIscr1nI1natIon nd prejudlce of every klnd One means of llIlClCI'St3IlfllIl and solvIII these problems Hflilllb from dIscrImInat1on and preju dIce IS throu h dlscusslons and act1v1t1es of such organlzatlons as U N Y O HIY YTeens Glrl Reservers Y W C A Y M C A These 0I'g3Y1lZatlOIlS help to develop all the socxal aspects whlch Insplret ue democracy Team play cooperatlon leaderslnp sportsmanshlp loyalty goodwlll dIsc1pl1ne sympathy courtesy and charlty are the skllls that Inust be developed and appreclated by all vouth In developlng future AmerIcan IIOI only physlcally and soclally but also morally and spII1tually Therefore wlth the great need before us for the bu1ldIn of a true democracy we face a challenglng future L ' T 1 . 1.,. 1 1 1 64 - va - lf - ,1 O, 0, ' ' ' n 1 I Y . Q . 7 . 11 s ' 1 7 ' s " g. I g - '. K 9 . 1 . . 11 . 1 . S . u s C . V 4 . 11 ' . ' . : ' T - 1 n C J 1 1 . 1 1 11 11 . .. 1 . . . 1 6, 1 1 s rs M 9 v 9 ' I l' N' A . of . . 11. 1 . 1 g 1 . 111 1 1 1 1 I T . 1 . 1 1 fy - D1 - - - ' 9 . O , s g 1 g f - V' 9 ' 7 - . ' 7 v f . I . 4 I ' Q Q n 1 I' 0' F' 1 f U ff . - '- l " C' C . , 11 1 .. .11 . . .C 1. D , . . .. , mInorIty group we cannot go to the best theaters, dreams of a true Democracy. The c1tIzen s role 7 s ' . 1. 11.1 . 11 U . .1 I p . 4 D so s l 4 1 1. . .11 . . 11 1 1 . 11 . . . . 1 . D ' D 4 7.7 1 1 .1 . 11 . . 1 . ' I I' 1 ee .11. . . g . . . . . -, . . . ., , , . . 11 . . 1 D , , . . . ., . . . . . 4' 1' 15 . . . - 1 u 1 r . . , , , . . . . 7 3 7 Y Y ' , ' 9 v Q 9 " C' 4 . ' , g s, 1' , C' L Y N ' , a 1' , , 7 1 K . 11 . 11 . . 11 . f. . . 'T U I U - ff 4' ' ' - . 53 HOW SPORTS PROMOTE THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY THEODORE POOLE One of the most notlceable means of promotmg the splrlt of democracy ln the world today can be found ln the sport hfe of Amerlca Sport hfe pro motes the democratlt sptrlt through such media as falr play team work and perseverance The ftrst of these falr play rs an xmportant requlslte Evldence that thls IS true can be seen ln all sports Spectators watchmg the football game between the Coll e All Stars and the Chlcago Bears saw an exhlbltlon of falr play that was a credtt to the democratzc splrlt 'lhe next requlslte team work An lllustratlon of this was seen ln hc 1936 Olympics Athletes representmg the Intted States astomshed the world wlth thelr XlCIOI'l0llS feats It was not thelr wtnmng and setting new records that astounded the world but tt was the contrtbutnon of every athlete toward 8ClllCXlIlg hls goal Flnally perseverance plays an lmportant part Agam the Olymplcs can be used by way of 1llus tratlon Every athlete that competes ln these great games must have the ablhty to give everythxng he has The background for thls 15 hrs prevlous tralnlng ln tralmng he has to sacrlfice such hablts as smoklng drmklng and late hours Through team work ID a democracy such pubhc enemles as dlscrlmmatlon and segregatlon can be wlped out When falr play IS CX.lllbltCd ln a democ racy lnflatlon and dcpresslon are reduced Per severance assures each lndlvldual a rlght to hfe liberty and the pursu t of happlness Whether ln the world of sports or ln a democ racy team work falr play and perseverance are vltal lNo other media have promoted the demo cratlc Splflt ln Amertca more than these quahtles As long as they functlon ln sport hfe the demo cratlc sptrlt w1ll hve lr thls country JOBS FOR ALL AMERICANS MA1yo A J CFAPHUS AHlldSl. confusmg Issues and dllferences of oplnlon most AHICIICIHS are faced wlth the prob lem of experlenclng a true democracy What hes behlnd thls cloak of COHIUQIOIIQ Why lsnt America a true demOrracy9 Can lt be that all Amerttats are not ptyen equal opportunltles to secure jobs for whlch they are quahfied'7 In a true democracy equahty IS the predomma tm, feature Inscrlbed at the base of the Statue of Liberty' that glortf us symbol of what Amerlca stands for are these words Clye me your tt ed your poor your wretched masses Xearnmg to breathe free the wretched refuse from your teemlng shores Send these the homeless tempest tossed to m l htl my lamp beside the slnntng door The pnnctples expressed ln these hnes are the ones upon whlch thls great natlon was estabhshed They have enabled the mmorlty races the common man and the arlstocrat to reahze ldeals that mlght otherwtse have remalncd only a vlslon of the mmd It wlll cease belng a v1s1on when all Amerlcan people have a free and unhmlted VOICC 1n thelr government of the people by the people ad for the people We hone that these prlnclples wlll alwavs make Amerlca '1 haven from totahtarlanlsm ASldC from desxrln the CllIIllIl3tl0H of dlscrlml natlon ln all walks of hfe Amerlcans are strlvlng for equal job OPPOIIIIIIIIICS Amerlca w1ll not be a true democracy unt1l thls great alm IS suc cessfully accomplished SENIOR HEADLINES Cuzrrs BASKFRVILLE RCmlnlSClng throu l the past records of June class 4o I found many members have made the headhnes It IS only fittmg that Iregall some of the outstanding students'-of the class We honor wlth prxde those semors who have made ll posstble to read the Douglass Fourzer On the Edltorlal Staff 'Ire Earl R Moses Rebecca Howard Helen Cooper Lols Quarles Mano Ceaphus and Lewls White Among the numerous students who have made headhnes IH sports are Arthur Jackson Sldney Carter Marshall Dorsey Robert Brown Melvln Sheppard James Evans Levl Bailey and Damel Brown In the contest spon ored by the Columbla Press ASSOCIZIIOH and the Maryland Tuberculosls Asso clatlon Rebecca Howard was wmner lt IS worthy to note that Evelyn Kellam through her rebuttal speech helped wln the debate at Clty College Another senior IS Charles Dungee who was among the 1200 youth at Crmnell Iowa for the Natlonal Y M Y W L A Conference We are also proud of Ellsworth Wllson who IS the first of the Douglass students to w1n an award 1n the Pepsl Cola contest , . . . F . . i V - V . '.f . y K . . U Y , , . . . . . ' cr ' ' v 9 1 ' 7 Y nn . . , . . . . . . .P , - - , l . . . 7 ' ' 1 . Y G . . , . . , . . if- 7 . ..: . , v , A v . . . - . 1 . , , . 1 . . V - -e 1 s 9 9 ' , f . fi 0 Y . U l H . . Y Y . . . - e ' . V Q I 0 v 1 ' I V ' ' . . . - 1 - 5 - 7 " r - ' ' ' 1 7 - I . . 1 , U I 5 n x , . 1 ' tv V A ' ' S n - , . . is . v v In ' v I . ' 71 7 . , . . . U . . . . . .- Y . w C v . . . . . . Y I Q 9 -9 ' C. - . v . . . ,, D ' . . rr I u Q Q as , , , . at 0 as V , , 1. v , . ts - as f Y - - I S . O ' - . Q . . . . Y. . Y . , , ' ' . - 7 . . 7 , 4 . - , 0 1 v , 9 - ' , - -s . s 9 s , . How THE CLASS ACQUIRED A FEELING or BELONGINGNESS IN THE T ENTH GRADE M OVLLLA DoRsEY Have you ever had to leave a famlllar place for somewhere new another job a strange clty or an unfamllxar school and felt that you could never become a part of your surroundIngs'? If any of these experlences has been yours you ll probably be able to sympathize and understand how our class felt that mornmg when first we entered Douglass Hrgh School We had entered a new school before but thls tlme the school was so spaclous the numbers of chlldren and teachers so great and the classrooms so large that It left us In a state of bewrlderment and Insecurnty As we passed down the long corrldors Into the huge cafeterla and met many old frxends we began to feel more comforted ln addltlon our. klnd understandlng teachers trled to console us and make us feel welcome We were welcomed arrong old frlends but stlll there remamed a mrssmg llnk we dld not belong Soon we bagan partlclpatmg In the extra curr1 cular HCIIXIUCS of the school and a number of us were elected to oHice Yes wIthIn the brle span of a month we became an actrve part of Fredernck Douglass Hxgh School We were welcomed befrlended and most of all we belonged DEMOCRACY A LA CLASS 1948 AUGUSFINE BROWN Delores Boston Colomer Grant Loxs uarles Helen Cooper Louls Whnte GlorIa Colona Augustme Brown Naom1Lyles Ehzabeth Lan drum Dons Jenklns Mary Knlght Delores F Isher Ovella Dorsey Mlldred Hall Earl Moses lrene Johnson Charlotte Hall Catherme Matthews Shlrley Fowlke Jeanne Noel Elxzabeth Douglas Ellsworth Wll son Ida Chlsholm Edward Long Shlrley Holland Vondelear Haggms Naoml Mlller Audrey Rucker Vlfgle Hlll Rebecca Howard Charles Dungee Anna Moaney Melvm Watts Estella Dependable Eflluent Muslcal Ofllmous Rheubottom W1ll1am Stewart Mano Ceaphus Cooperatlve Dolores Brown Charlotte Johnson Shlrley Jackson Laura Sampson Carolyn Roblnson Frances Holland Inez Cole Blonetha Nelson Dorls Johnson Eva Lokeman Marlene WHO SHIRLEY JACKSON' Most popular Rebecca Howard Edward Long Carolyn Robmson James Evans Arthur Jackson Estella Rheubottom Glorla Brlce Ronald Addlson Most studzous Karen Robmson Anna Moaney Ellsworth Wllson Prrscrlla Hawkms Creolla Alston Alma Mathlas Dons Jenkrns Jane LewIs Shlrley Fowlkes Most athlelzc Clyde Bevans Phllllp Layne Al phonsus Bess Robert Brown Leroy Grant Mary Holllday Ollvette Parsons George Whlte Most fashronable Moses Coleman lda Chlsholm Robert Wrxght Delores Fxsher Queen Mc Dowell Delores Wllllams Catherlne Matthews Eva Lokeman Nearest GlorIa Ransom Wllllam Stewart Betty Carrlngton Donald Forrest Helen Turner Mary Kmght Margaret Wells Most sophzstzcated Charles Dungee Edna Brad Preston Margaret Wells Ruth James LIll1an Mason Edna Bradsher Shlrley Stanley Samuel Hrcks Vernon Roberts Theodore Poole John McCaskIll Hazel L WIS Gladys Sterhng Creola Alston Marle Johnson Annl John son Peggy Harrls LaRuth Rea Gloria BTICC Wllllam Moore Betty Blghy Delores Owlngs Beat r1ce Smlth Mary Jones Martha Gross Carolyn Payne Herbert Nut ter Evelyn Ball Ernest Soden Lorralnc Mlller Loyd Henderson Curtls Anderson Zelda Kellum Robert Wrlght Ellen Brown Alphon sus Bes Norman Games Selma Rlghteous Ambltlous Congemal Hamlm Emma Wllson VIrgIn1a Gxngles Ruth Shaw Helen Plerson Ollvette Parsons Ann Carter Ceha Wood Alma Brown Bernlce Crag way The Jun Class of nmeteen hundred forty elght Youthful S WHO AND AUDREY RUCKER sher Shlrley Jackson Ruth Johnson Catherlne Randall Jeannre Noel Vlfgle H111 Julla Hxll Most attracnve Samuel Hlcks Augustine Brown Lewls Whlte Wllllam Roberts Stafford Tay lor GlorIaWash1ngton Lorraine Mlller Alleen Hot Most humorous Theodore Polle Mane Johnson Mary Jones Mary Cheeks Ellen Brown GlorIa Bentley Zelda Kellum Audrey Rucker Gladys Coleman Late arrivals Evelyn Kellum Annle Johnson Charlotte Johnson Rlchard Thorton Melvm Sheppard Mamle Cobb Louxse Jones LOIS Barnes .Shortest Herbert Jenklns Beatrlce Smlth Alvxn Blake Gladys Johnson Helen Plerson Helen Engllsh Tallest George WhIte Ruth Shaw Thorald Johns Arthur Francls Sldnev Carter Pearl Johnson Ernest Whlte Irene Johnson S6 99 9 9 9 - 9 4 . . I . , - . . . . . 1 U . . .'.. I ' 5. . . .K ' . , I . . , -. f 9 1 , . Q Z , D , , 9 l 9. 9 1 7' 9 - 9 9 9 1 9 , . I .. a. A . 1. . L 9 3 ' , , , , J . 9 l 7 l 9 9 9 9 9 , . s . ' ' ' ,- . . , . 7 7 D 9 I 9 9 9 9 9 , , - . . , , 7 5 . . , , , 7 G ' 9 9 , , , , . L 9 9 59 9 9 9 1 9 I ' 9 9 9 " 9 9 9 1 Q 9 9 9 1 ' 9 9 9 , , 8 5 , ' ...assu- 7 I ' 9 9 1 1 9 9 9 7. ' 9 9 9 .' 9 9 9 I 1 9 - . . .- ' 9 9 ' ' 9 9 9 9 9 , 9 l. 9 9 9 I 9 , , . . AL 9 ' 9 1 9 ' 9 9 ' 9 9 1 9 9 . 1 - 9 1 Z , , : 9 9 'A 9 9 9 9 9 1 9 ' - 1 1 9 2 , , ' 1 1 9 ' 9 9 U - 9 9 9 3 9 1 , U . . 9 ' 1 , 9 , - 9 ' 9 - SAY IT WITH MUSIC MILDRED HALL I Love You Yes I Do Yacatlon Ternptatton Cuttlng classes on a beautlful sprlng a Is It Too Late? To make up a subject Early In The Mornzng 8 Io classes You re The Dream of a Ll ettme Report card wlth 90 m every subject Farr Lady Fayorlte glfl frlend Heartache Falllng Nature Boy Blolo v teacher Flne Brown Frame Escort to raduatlon Serenade o the Bells Rlngmg of the bells for dlsmxssal Everyone lS Sayzng HFI10 Agam After yacatlon I ll Be Seeing You Sent home for cuttln Slap Her Down Agaln Pa After brmgmg home a deficlency card Now Is The Hour Tlme for report cards This ls The Instde Story flass Hlstory The Song Is Ended Craduatlons over Trust In Me Takmg a test w1th the teacher out of the room It Q Over Research papers finxshed Unzson R1 All 12 A s graduatlng I Understand Wncn your escort cant afford a corsage long fone Years 'after graduatlon I Mzss You So Leavmg Douglass Ive Only Myself To Blame If I cant make 60 Thoughtless Drlnkmg soda ln the cafetena Shtnmg Hour Co nmencement Fool That I Am Not studyln for that test You Were Meant For Me Dlploma So Long Farewell Assembly The Best Thmgs In LL e Are Free True frxend s lp But Beaulz ul Whtn we have DEMOCRACY every sense of the word YOU REMEMBER GLORI x W ASHINGTON Sldney Carter How can any of us forget B S d And hrs maryelous yyork on the good ole grldo Wlamle Cobb Mamles a grand krd I mean shes really great ate Arthur Francis Artle IQ really a lady man If you dont beheye me glrls yust let hlm hold your hand Rebecca Howard The glrl 1n the knoyy yyho ll really go places Wlth the help of her smlle and her charmmg graces lloyd Henderson He IS the llttle chap who goes around WlGl'llI'l That he some day mlght become a famous mortlclan Waoml Lyles Shes th 1rl who cts a lot of oos ohs and pleasmg glances Whlle performmg one of her truly rhythmlc dances Herbert 'Nutter shakes But Im sure hell do a good job of all he under takes Fstella Rhuebottom Qhe coos and she swof ns and her blush she exposes Whenever she encounters her charmmg man Moses Lmwood Thomas Pete has lots of talent aside from that m art Much of whlch he used ln capturlng my heart By a member of your class Clorla Washmgton This artlcle was ysrltten purely ln fun UN FORGETTABLE INCIDENTS Amir JOHNSON Durmg my stay at Douglass Hlgh I have experlenced many lnterestlng lncxdents Among these excltm experl nces yyhlch I have yyltnessed are Hazel LEWIS of 195.2 trymg to blow up the Chemlstry Laboratory when she mlxed the wrong compounds Smrley qtanley and Melvm Watts actlng as husband and Wlfe whlle Yours truly was actmg as salesglrl ln th lmt Photographmg w1th Words You vyould actually have beheved that they wer marrled Frances Holland hltllng Mr Payne on the head wlth a pc nter by m stake Mane Johnson falling on her knees m an Engllsh class saying Cone my Lord a passage from Idvlls of the Kmg Ovella Dorsey wearmg a GIDSOH gxrl blouse and a ballerma sklrt to school Can you believe Lols uarles Helen Cooper and Colonler Grant presentm a play antltled Mr Llncoln Done Come It was very lnterestmg The three of them are splendld actresses always thmkmg f somethlng amusmg to present If all of these lncldents had not occurred my stay at Douglass would not have been so enjoy a e y . 1 ' 9 7 Z ' Z ' . - . . . M- . VV . d y. . - . , - . V . 1 '11 . F a :H iT Q I , 'f ' ' iw T. -- Y 7 . . ' L . . 0' I ' "" V I l I Q I I f 'M C . l -.. ' Q , ' - - ' ' , . . - L g . V - . .I . . V f -A . VV. V . . - V V V . .L V - T . g V , I . -I . OV ,i . 1 Q D. - nf I v ' ' . h' . l ' . 'f l ,I CG 5, T Q 7 ' 3 U ' - 'T g Y 27 ' S CL ' ' 5, ' V' lg 1 I I ' . . , . , V Y But nearly' every' morning she's just a feyy' minutes What this fellow wants to be gives most of us the l . LL 37 . , , . V V V V , H t ' 9 . Y . k ' 5 T . . L . V . . V V , V Q '. - V V. . , . W . . ,. ., 1 Q 1 n . l. . . . In n 1 0 , 0 . 1 v v . V . . . . . V. ,, ,, , ' - 9 s 9 .. VV .C V . V. 6, . ,,V , D ' - as - . so . HV V. V . . V . ' g j ' 7 it? . Q , V. V L V . . . U V . U . I . V . . y, D V . . L . . e I . M . . V . . . 0 97 V 7 . . . n f 9 S . . . l n 0 I ,. ' i i. . bl . 56 PROGNOSTICATIONS MARGARETE CHRISTOPHER AND ANNA MOANEY Ten years have elapsed and varlous members of the June 1948 graduatmg class are followln thelr chosen vocatlons Ida Chlsholm IS one of the most brllllant chemlsts ln the Du Pont Labora tor1es Audrey Rucker Dons Matthews and Esther Johnson are head nurses at Freedmans Hospltal Ellen Brown and Ronald Addlson have gone IHIO partnershlp ln a clothlng establlshment ln New York Arthur Jackson Stafford Taylor and Leroy Grant are stars on that great Basket ball team the Baltlmore Bullets Anna Moaney and Margarete Chrlstopher are hlstory and Engllsh professors at Howard UHIVCTSIIY Teachlng t Dou lass Hlgh are Mlldred Hall Augustme Brown Lols uarles Marlene Preston and Helen Cooper Each IS dolng an excellent job Peggy Harrls Zelda Kellum Sue Holllday and Delores Wllllams are secretaries for the New York Tlmes staff of whlch Earl Moses IS edltor ln chief Hubert Nutter and Lloyd Henderson have t tamed thelr goals ownershlp of the largest under takers establlshment ln Baltimore ln Ernest Sanders laboratory Rebecca Howard and James Evans have gamed fame as outstandmg pharma clsts Llnwood Thomas has just entered hrs first cartoon ln The Balttmore News Post Other members of the class not mentioned are suc cessfully carrymg on their vocatlons elsewhere WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF MARI FNE Pmzsrow Rebecca Howard lost her baby talk? Margarete Chrlstopher and Ruth Johnson lost their sophlstlcated ways' Catherme Matthews wasnt so popular w1th the Vets ? Evelyn Kellam and Mamle Cobb were on tune five days a week? Clorla Colona was the slze of Betty B1 by? The boys m 12A5 dldn t partlclpate ln all sports? Irene Johnson ceased brmgln Llfe magazlnes to school ? Anna Moaney wasnt always glvmg advlce to someone? Helen Looper and Alphonsus Bess weren t so fluent IH Spanish? Ida Chlsholm Delores l'1sher and Shlrley Holland werent such good frlends? AND DoRo'rHY WHIRLEY Nllldred Hall dldn t know the answer ln French? Reglnald Le would stop chewmg gum? Lo1s uarles and Marlene Preston werent fashlonable ? Phyllls Hagan and Catherlne Woodland dxdnt wear tight SklI'IS9 Peggy Johnson wasnt smllmg? Rlchard Thornton stopped lncreaslng hrs vocabu lary? lhary Makel would grow up? Naoml Rlnggold and Dorothy Whlrley weren t dlscusslng the fellows? Chrlstlne Blackwell and Eva Lokeman would grow? Ph1ll1p Tlmberlake studied? Marjorle Harrell and Jeanle Noel would pass the srxty word test ln short hand? Douglass and lts faculty weren t so well quahfied? THE CLASS WILL We the lune 43 grarz'ua'zng class of Douglass Senwr Hugh School do hereby put tn documentary arm our last wzll and testament to be remembered by those who ollow m our ootsteps WE BEQUEATH To our Alma Mater Our wlshes for a blgger and better 1nst1tut1on ln the years to come To the Faculty Our slncere hope that you wlll contmue to gulde and encourage those who wlll follow 1n our Iootsteps To the junlors Our hopes that they wlll strlye for hlgher and better educatlonal standards To Irzdtvzduals To Thomas Webb and Dorls Tyson Ellsworth Wnl ons and Mlldred Halls scholastlc achleve ments To Ruth Taylor Mlldred Jordon and Ethel Jeter Frances Hollands Shlrley Stanleys and Barbara Joness sense of humor 57 To Ann Matthews and Shlrley Moody Rebecca Howard s Peggy Harrlss and Bernlce Cragways pleasmg personallty To Jacquelme Robinson Calvln Douglass Theo dore Vaughn and Murlel Gross Catherme Mat thew s Moses Coleman s and Carolyn Harrlss neatness ln dress To Elalne Wallace and Mareda Galther Ellza beth Douglass and Vondelear Haggms SlflglIlg ablllty To Jacquellne Spencer and Jane Staples Augus tme Browns and Delores Bostons mseparable frlendshlp To Audrey Talley Inez Coles herght We do solemnly declare thls to be our last wlll and testament and hereby aflix our signatures thls fourteenth day of June one thousand nme hundred and forty elght MARTHA Gnoss Executrzx , , Q , , . . U . . . D . - 7 a 9 . . . . . . - as - as - a a 9 ' ' ' s 3- 1 7 T . . . . . , . . . - a 9 s , . . . . Y. . . . - 4 a 7 a ' U . U . . V. . . . D . , , . . , . V A C . . . . . . , . Q so . , . . at as - - . , , .. u U , . . .U r . . . . - . 7' .' v . , . . . 1 . . - - D, as - as - '- D . . . . , Y V , . . . . . W 7 a . rc Q 9 s . s - . , , an as - , 1 4 ' I - ' ' 3 ., . , 9 9 I f - M , , ,- . ' ' a s ., ' 9 ' ' ' 9 . , . . . . . , , , ' ' r 1 , ' . , . 5 ' . . ' , ' . 5 . - V . 9 1 - v - 9 - . ., - , 7 u ' 9 . AS WE HEAR THEM Part A Have you heard these boasts? Oh alnt l pretty? 2 Poole IS here' 3 Real gone number 4 Prof creep IS here Part B Fan you recogmze these orel Glertamentel y at 19 3 N est ce pas? lln ya pas de quol Part C Dzd these blu s ev That dont move me Drop dead Shut up l m gonna get you look out clown You just ought to lf Go way JUHIOI' l mean now 'Now look ahere Fine Brown Frame WISE or otherwlse Part A Davld Scott 2 'lheodore Poole 3 MHTIOH Ames 4 Herbert Nutter Part B Gladys Sterlmg Ellsworth Wllson 3 Sarah Allen Sarah Edwards Part C Margaret Hodges N80ml Lyfles Elizabeth Douglass Geneva Gmgles tte Parsons e Smith estme Grandlson Gloria Blxce Helen Pearson ueen M Dow Ernest Whxte er succeed? you on t gn ers By BETTY BIGBY Part D Can you decipher these Gone Ace Them cats coollng At ease champ Real great Gone chlld Amt that somethln 9 Gone my Lord Oh lsnt that cu Gone sapphlre Part E How many o the ollouzng zdentz y9 Really I dont get the pomt Go on glrl you re crazy l dlsagree Oh you gemus What you bet? 'lhere you o Well you see lt s llke thls You know lt tool' Dear Heart lm reslgmng from the board KEY Part D La Ruth Rea Betty L Blgby Melvin Gasklns Ida Chlsholm Glorla Colona Creolla Austln Wlarle ,lohnson Augustine Brown Glorla Meeker Part E Delores Owln Anme Johnson Charles Dungee Rebecca Howard lnez Cole George Whlte Anna Moaney Delores Boston Mlldred Hall Martha Gross REMINISCING lu RA loy1Lw Do you remember your first day IH Dou lass? Call VOU, Can you recall how tense you felt whale on your way to school? Do you remember how shy you became as you entered the door of thls blg bulld mg and as you reached the top step you caugh' a gllmpse of a slgn whlch read All new student to the aud1tor1um" There you walted untll von were led by a monltor to your assxgned home room Do you remember how scared you became when you heard someone say Pean1es'7 After a few days that drawn tense feeling left and you became adjusted to your new envlronment Soon another feellng took ltS place You became 1nd1 nant because you were omxtted from the better assemblles where only senlors were per ltted Then as tlme passed by you really felt as hough you were at last a part of Douglass Do you recall how thrllled you were when you were permltted to attend your first farewell assembly? 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C . ' s ' Y l ' I A 1. s . V V ' s . " ,' - - ss ' ' . n l Y . 7 ss - 75 58 Miss Ethel Wise congratulates Evelyn for the excellent work she and the other members of the Toussaint L'Uverture Debating team performed in defeating the City College Debating team. 59 C7 Wd 0 QM E clfffe 45" Q'-ar Jhkwflyuwwudhlzii Wulf-fmziefmffawm Ofipelaeca Okwwzmmmfl WMM Y due ati on Miss Bones of We Pbysicd , Depanmem watches from We sKde- Xkxxes as hopeixi seniors stan "strike," if--nv aie ak M0106 as nelmen. DougX CHX Mew oi the D W-1' oughxss Y: askc-:tb a XX keam. - Xkke K A W 50 500 ww-S some LL hgwese Xaeekee XXQXCYZ - n ' ' Xwaxa We oe ak 4'-:H , 'fin A . . L n S 7 Yanni! f 1: Set itll' the Shih! , if N 9. M X w X-+ vm . Some students of Mrs. E. Showes demon- stratc- some classrmnn activities in the Physiral Education Department. A me mbfif 3 fri F1 ' ' V. 5? Oi h. Cinder pal the Gott team- ' Ducks of me i 1 537 N 5 3 W? 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Caldwell Roo melt Caldwell Flla Callaham C W Callahan Var e Q Callawav B4 rtha Campbell C R Camnlmell Fthel I fztmpbell S 'llr Iee Campbell 8. Nfr 'lla on Campbell Cwntlna Camper S 'Vlra Wtlltam 1amper Jeannette Campbell am Ure lu- Camplnll K Nlr Yla on Camplrell 81 Mr .Iamec F T Campher f v r r r ls: r I' r r I xlllan Campllor Nl Arthur Camphor .lame Canaflw Roherta Caplf- Iorell Carev n a K 'llr K Nlr Carev Clarence Carpenter .lame Carey K 'Nlr p .Iume Carr Nathaniel Carr Rantlulplr 1arr inlnmon Car enter Rl lmn Randolph 1arr r ex T r r Henry Carrlngzton .I ll 1arnng. nn I mn 1 arrmg.ton S Xlr Ison 1 arrtn on Ru ell 1 arrtngton ex r r r r r r r r r r r I' r r r N1 r r r r r r r r r: r r r r r r N Q r r r r r r v r r r 1 1 es r r r r r r r r ra r r r r r use r r r r r r r r r rs r 1 ev ev 'l ra N ts: r r r r r r r r I Andrew Carroll S. Mr .l IL 1arroll Vaah A Nlr I. 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Double Locks the Seal Easy to Keep Clean Neater Looking FREDERICK DOUGLASS RINGS AND PINS THE IIIHN TRIIIIIIENBRIIT C0 Estobl xshed 60 Yeo rs Manufacturers of FRATERNITY COLLEGE SCHOOL CLUB LODGE JEWELRY BUCKLES TROPHIES FOR ALL EVENTS BANQUET FAVORS BOWLING PRIZES DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS WEDDING BANDS BIRTHSTONE RINGS MASONIC ELK K OF C RINGS BUTTONS AND GIFTS Watch and Jewelry Repairing Diamond Setting 310 NORTH PACA STREET near Saratoga Baltimore 'I VE mon IO52 I I I I 1 I 4 I 1 - ' F' . . . , ' , Md. ,.-,-,.,:::.- .-:,::::::::::::.-:::::::::::::::::.-::::::::::.-:::.-:: ,-, SAINT JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH ARLINGTON AND LArAYs1'r: AVENUES Baltnmore Maryland Holy Eucharist Choral Euchornst llst 3rd 5th Sundaysl Morning Prayer 12nd 4th Sundoysl Upper Church School Lower Church School Nursery Department lAges 2 41 Vespers lAdvent to Eosterl Wednesdays Holy Eucharist Holy Days Holy Eucharust Parish Officer 825 ARLINGTON AVENUE 7008.930 1 O 1 O 930 110 1 O 600 BOOA 9 30 LA fayette 4588 We Now Carry a Full Lme of GI lmor 3387 Sandwiches Lunch Meats and Salads ORIOLE CLEANERS 81 DYERS ARUNDEL DELICATESSEN AND ICE CREAM F1 fA1VNf AND 17YF1Nf Satzsfarlmn I uaranleed 1643 P1-.NNSYLVAN1-X AVENUE Wholesale Plant 112 N GILWOR ST Bfdnlll 11011 YV FR XNKLIN ST We Cater to Przvate Partzes N1Adnson 10161 H Rnce Prop X Pllmu Prop f mnplznzrnts of Walter Thomas Hazette Restaurant rnnplunents aul s Wear for the Entire Family 1 01 lennsvluma henue X1-hL11S01l 0901 L-Xfiyette 0988 NIA dxson 8747 THOMAS E KELSON Surressor 101141 and Illrs I H Denms FRANK A SIMMONS Funeral Dnrector and Embalmer Pamhng and Decomhng Iulzte Attenlzon Assured 1506 PRLSSTNI KN STREILT 1932 DRLID HILL AVENUE foo Kclson Illnnager Penn Optical Company ws lxummezl 1 Izmxes Fitted 1 lennsxlmma Xunue Penn Record Shop A1111 WS H14 lcnn Shanna Kvenue Dett Brothers Shoe Tucker's Restaurant f'1"1l1f1"1fH1A U! 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