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

 - Class of 1950

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T INIUGLASS IIIGII SCIIO0L February 1950 ART Leroy Taylorg Head of Department Gwendolyn P. De Cecilio Constantia W. Jackson Louise C. Whittington COMMERCIAL Beatrice T. Butlerg Head of Department Mary M. Clayton Richard Cummings Claudine Dowdy Theresa M. Jackson W. DuBois Johnson Vera Killins Mamie B. Rideout Margaret E. Williams ENGLISH Bertha B. Andersong Head of Department Letitia B. Ashe Mae W. Downs May W. Fortune Mary W. Grifiin Ethel J. Hodges Ethel J. Hucles Thelma J. Lawrence Elva M. Quarles Valedia J. Sawyer Elaine D. Simons Josie Smith Alicia W. Williams Ethel E. Wise GUIDANCE Fannie W. Howard Earl Turner Marion Webb Waters HISTORY ' Edna O. Grayg Head of Department Rita T. Coe Bernard R. Briggs Allan W. Collick Mabel L. Frisby Naomi Y. Hardy Ethel B. Johnson Helen Lyles Catherine J. Mayo Edythe D. Myers Meta R. Young HOME ECONOMICS Inez Keyg Head of Department Ida B. Collick Patricia B. Page Alma V. Parker Melissa S. Perdue Marion F. Reid Mary D. Trotter INDUSTRIAL ARTS James A. B. Callisg Head of Department George L. Carter Lee A. Davis Alphonso Griliin James R. Lewis C. J. Riley LANGUAGE Thomas B. Nelsong Head of Department Thelma C. Ashe Lilla M. Barnum Nellie A. Buchanan Essie M. Hughes Aisley L. Lindsay Hilton E. PremDas Guinivere Spencer William Spencer Elizabeth White LIBRARIAN Elizabeth Anthony MATHEMATICS Cyrus W. Marshallg Head of Department Elaine C. Davis Evelyn Fax Beatrice Reesby Rosa O. Virgil Noel J. Wansel Dorothy R. Ward Dellaphine Warrington MUSIC Llewellyn W. Wilsong Head of Department Georgeanna Chester Gwendolyn Laissiter Stanley Williams PHYSICAL EDUCATION Leonard U. Gibsong Head of Department Dorothy Ganges Laura Jones Gertrude D. Macer Estellena Showes Melvin Cade William Payne SCIENCE Herbert M. Frisbyg Head of Department John Brown Robert P. Diggs Willie L. Harris Howard L. Hucles Wrenty E. Payne Constance Washington Perry D. G. Pennington Jessie M. Perkins Nelson M. Williams George Wood Wardelle Richardson 1105 "AL T F 10U"' A CENTURY SELF EXPBESSIUN 4 . Crip S 6. 5 11" vbs Us 9909 on S 09 1.9- sgix 00 IIECIIEATIQIN Senior Class Oflicers First row, left lo right: Bernice Johnson, Assistant Business Manager, Laura King, Assistant Treasurer' Naomi Boston, Assistant Secretary, Evelyn White, Secretary. Svcoml row: Tignor Douglass, Business Manager, Clarence Simms, President. Edna Lauretta Barnes To be a success Rehy Mae Baskerville To allenal Morgan Slate College Delores Louise Boyer To alienrl Howarrl Universily ,",'M,3f 'buf , f Donald Mareellas Abrams To allenrl College Freda Mae Alston To nllenfl College Douglas Garrett Anthony., Jr. To allenrl College Muriel Elsie Ayers To rlllenrl Hmnplon lnsliluln Thelma Louise Ball To ailenal Halnplon lnslilule Dorothy Ann Barher To tlllenll College Z,f1fdL, lf' f '7 2 Arthur George Bragg To nllenrl Morgan Slnle College Elsie Mae Brooks To nltenal fl0lllllIlllll Un1'versiIy Lorraine Francais Brown To allenrl Morgan Slate College 6 " 55::'h5f2::W .. . .. m e . ' s ...- :v'-:-:-:-'- I Peter Chester Brown ' L ' f ' To atlenrl Virginia State College ' ' 1 ' . , . Beverly Ann Bruce To IlNlfI'I-Flllllll' al Morgan Stale College Earl Carter To allenrl Uni11ers1'ly of Paris Betty Dear Coleman To fnrllier my ealncalion Ruth Elizabeth Collins To Allenrl Coppin Teavhers College Betty ,Ioan Conaway To niatriculale at Morgan Slate College 7 Bernice Darlene Copeland To become a success Lillian Greta Corprew To allenfl Morgan Slate College Consuella Joan Cox To allenrl Morgan Stale College Elva Louise Deshield To allenrl Morgan Sfate College Maurice Dorsey To enlisl in llze Navy Carl Downs To attend College Delores Bessie Green To attend Morgan Slate College Herbert Haywood Hall, Jr. To further my education Helen Lubinia Edwards To attend Morgan State College Barbara Constance Falline To attend Morgan State College Donald Faulkner To attend Springfelll Sylvia lola Fenwick To atlena' Morgan Stale College if Kb ,-., David Eugene Garlington UIQ Q M i B-an To matriculate al Springfeld Leon Sydney Gilmore To attend Coppin Teachers College To allenfl lfir inia Sl , C Carlese Ha ,J 03,w,,,gl,...0uD Warren Hayman To attend Temple University Roland C. Haywood To allenrl Coll e f Kathryn Henson To attend Morgan Stale College - Margaret Costella Holt To allelnl Morgan State College Blanche Unice Hudson To allenrl College an Q 'tu .11-Q, I t x Au I Joyce Lyn Jackson -. y K l 1 ,. . K, - ' ' lo fnrlller my erlueatlon K Ii ,f V .X ' j - K Ruby Elizabeth Jenkins To IIllIlI'l.l'lllIllf' at Morgan Slale College Bernice Marjorie Johnson To lIl!Ill'I.l'llllIll' al Morgan Slate College S O X I' t Daisy Elaine Johnson 5. To allenll Coppin 'l'eacl1,ers College . V C g KL- X. ' 5? Ui 'M 9 a. o Q we -5 :- :U 9- ..,.:, V on .pi ,,, , , FU at ,fr o B' 4, B , ,,, , O ,, :s T ,C To nzatricnlale at Morgan Slate College Mary Janet Kaintuck To atlenrl Hamplon Inslilute Margarie Marie Laboarfl To major in Mallzenzalies Clara Elizabeth Larkins To allenll lulliarzl School of Music el V, W fllleannette Lee W To allenll Coppin Teachers College 1 Us X Shirley Margaret Levi + 1 ' " , . . . .. XQX To rnalrzeulale at Howarrl Unwerszlw' s ' 2 ' ' ' 4 , 1. , .,.A., .,.,.,.,. .....,.,.,. , ....A.. ,....A, , .,, Delores Virginia Maith To lII,llll'l-Cllllllf? at Morgan Slale College Barbara lantha Mallory To major in MHllIl'IIlIIll't'.Y Frances Armetia Marlin To aflenrl Harnplon lnslilnle 46 la ne Mi lis To 7ll Ul or an . , 1 e Addie Jane Myrick ' ' ,' "' , To nltenfl Morgan Slate College I I, f- , 'f Howard Evans Nelson To allernl Morgan Slate College WW-M-lfv, -lay MCA-'vm -I-PO C-Juwvxk, Malvin Nicholson 5 , w l 'lo allenrl Morgan Male College - J lx ,M ll . NYNMa Mll,erry To qxven Qpppix Te ers College . JMX ' gwjlwbli 'X Q X .1 MJ" JH one C. flips TSW!!! fl llowaral Unive1'sily I M Charles Weslley Prettyman To furlller my education John McQueen To atlenrl Morgan Stale College Roslyn Alma Moody To matriculale al Morgan Stale College 10 JK: Eleanor Rose Queen -jp 'AL ,. . . . ..y3l1l?f Q 1 lu nmjor III Hl.YllJl'y A 7 f I . , - po ff, I Marjorie Randall Tn llvconle II Sl1c,'z'1'ss Miriam Althea Ray ,To allwul liluedelal Slnle Colkge w-.wut M- '7 George T. Reed . T H0111 ,olumlnia Ulziversily Edith Lee Ricks To allvml Co :pin 7'er1f'l1ers College Mildred Richardson alleml Morgan Stale College ll ,l flfvlg L Q' -,N s-167,44-'. f 4 Willi,an1 Lincoln Roberts, Jr. To allellrl Hamplon lnstilule Margaret, Roy To alleml llflorgan Stale College Margaret Lelia Satehell To allellll Carle: Peiers Business School ' J LHMQJ, , 719, Mfarfain, 'onne Seay I 79,JJ?Y'Ij0l' in Mallzenmlics Winifrecl Smith To atlvml Cnrzwr lfof-nlional Beverly Ann Snowden To llllfllll Morgan Slale College Beatrice Consuella Williams To attend Cop in 'I' achers College O WW Elsie Monterey Williams 0 attend Howard University J Sylvester Fleetwood Wise To lze a success Amy Avey Woolforcl To atlenrl Morgan State College Eliza Young ' To llllellll Morgan Slate College i, ll 5, ,Sr X , , W" '3 .- ,Y i -rv Shirl M. 'Qdella Young To attend Coppin Teachers College ff! l , ,,.. r ,,...o, .,.... l,,,.l...,. .,o,.. M' Clover Bernard Street, Jr. To attend Morgan Stale College Delores Patricia Turner To allenal The Baltimore lnsfilule of llflusieal Arls Bernardine Tyler To attend Bowie Slate Teachers College V Allyne Anna Walker L X, To altenll Coppin Tearlzers College ,I 'f fl .1 saw!" Juanita Adrian Watkins To attend Morgan Slate College Altomease Evelyn Williams To attend N. Y. C. C. I at f if e' 11 12 Garrett Ashley Bagley To continue my education Gilford Eugene Brown To attenrl M. l. T. Walter Conrad Brown To attend College 13 Ronald Leo Brooks To attend Hampton Institute James Donald Brown To attend College Vernon Lee Bulluck To attend University of Mexico Donald Chambers To attenrl Howard University Willianx Dickerson, Jr. To attenrl M. I. T. Elmo Tignor Douglass To further ny former erlucati n ' MM 4-1014.-.f fum. 'S SUT' John Brown Ferron I o rnatrzculate at Morgan State College Lennel Kenneth Johnson To attend U. C. L. A. Luther Allan Mathias To e, success 1' fi ff! ,, fff W7 f , I I. I., V1 'VA ff, fff 'fe f ft! if, W' " ., ? -, 4l"f V .V..,,, ' Reginald Nathaniel Tunstall To alleml Morgan Slate College Willialll P. Valentine To attcnrl John Hopkins University Robert Allen Willianls To further my education Frederick Maurice Wise To altenrl Howard University James Edward Woodson To further my education Jonathan Nelson To further my education Willianl Vernon Ross T07 further my educaQon 'ND . ll l Otto Antonio DIIVH M Vu +140 To be a success V Gilbert Stanley To attend Hampton Institute Ernest Carey Thornton To attend Art School Bernard Lee Tucker To attend Lincoln University A 1 XRS 14. , ---- e. ' -- Florence Pearl Ayers To ollenrl Ll.IIl'UllI Hospital Sliallie Rosalie Barrett To nllenal Linvoln lloxpilnl 4,9 Grave Delores Barnes S To allenrl N. Y. U. - W A I David Roy Bass l l'll1l llflorgnn Sizzle College r I Z Bw' , A' 1 , ' fo ' ,f Lf, ,fq 4.00 Naomi Byrd Boston' ' ' A - To ailenrl Sfnzlnons Colle To at! fl 1 l-fe 7'l a"7nv . Dorothy Mae Boyd end Morgan Slate College Vg Q Mae Boyd To atlenfl 1'll'CClllIlt?II,S Hospilul Ivory Gwendolyn Brown To lnolriculale al Morgan Slale College L 15 Eva Louise Bruce To attend Lincoln ll0SlIl'llll Lillian Clarctta Burgess To nllenrl llmnplon lnslilule Herbert Chase To slluly Lau' Jeanette Muriel Christmas L To ollenrl Fl't'3CllllIIl3ll,S Hospital 54 if e llglff E Ethel Beatrice Greene ' 'o study Nursing CQ W Adeline Elizabeth Hines To alleml Provident Hospital Annie Elizabeth Hurt To become a Nurse Jeanette Delores Jackson Bernice Cole To study Nursing Mildred Julia Conaway To be n success Dorothy Theressa Curtis To attend Howard University Xu, -45,49 X ' igizehenlngggfie Dafyis To ullenfl free1lrnel1's7lo,spiIal . 1 f Q i V I Lx,u.fQ Q - Doris Celeste Garnet X I To attend College -.Zfl ki! 'Jfjxw AJ J' AE ' sLB't,a Donald Ducane Goode To attend College To attend Harlem School of Nursing ' - :..r'1 Sf i N - 'i::"'- Zz, A l De. es Coste Johnson To be i ccess Lula Belle Jolly To attend Provident Hospital 16 N Doris Elizaheth Jones To allvml N. ll. U. lllarivv Loo To nllvrul l'll'l'f'llIIli'll..Y Hospilal To ullcml l"rf'v1lnmn'.v Hoslrilal Ruth Elvna McNeil To allvnrl Fl'L'f'lIIIll'lI-S I 5 C 5 ggi? '-1 --1-:EF ' X t liis:-:.: " -X :gy x -5 N ..., z : - A '- M Marjoriv Joyce Jones X To allvml Hnzunrfl Universily X 1 5 xxx X., Lurvna McKnight Ho.wp1'Ial Vivian Marie Moore To allend Provfdezzt Hospital E Earl Morton Alice Mae Norwood T 0 be SlLl,'CCSSfllI W3 17 Theressia Purvis To further N. Q, bc ...f ps To nltend Morgan Stale Collage Jack Noel my education Delores Marcella Pleasanls To attend Ff6EliI7l6lI,S Hospital . ff ,I To attend Fl'66f!IIl8ll,S Hospilnl ,N f' -, X , f Q, ff f ,- X If , f,fA'L" ' Mary Louise Ray To become a Nurse I I ff!! S bmw a .ff Agnes Rita Reese To attend F reedrnen's Hospital Charles Edward Robinson, II To attend University of Madrid Gertrude Salnpson To attend St. Paul Institute Marie Saunders To attencl Freezllnelfs Hospital Gloria Caleeta Short To attend Morgan State College Clarence Raye Simms To attend University of Madrid Suzanne Smith To atleml Temple University Gloria Evan Stewart To be a success Betty Mae Audrey Stith To rnatriculate at Morgan State College Earlar Rebecca Taylor To attend Provident Hospital Edna Mozella Thompson To further my education Thelma Lolita Watson To matriculate at Morgan State College 18 Al Betty Butler To further my education John F. M. Childs To altend fulliarrl School of Music 1 . J I Ernest Gordon BQ 3 0 To lrecolne a Cornlnercial Arlisl Ruth Zaccari Knox To alteml Morgan Slate College Cornelia Louise Miller To attend Morgan Siate College ' Alice Carole Moore ' To atlenfl Katherine Dunham School of Dancing . s 1a rthern 5 Q en Philadelphia School o Art ' l , 3.-QJJ . MVV5 ' L Charles Oliver Ross 19 To attend Art School Ronald James Thomas To attend Morgan Stale College James Valentine To become a Commercial Artist James Ewin Walker To be successful in' Music Angela Antoneia Webb To matriculate at Oberlin if 1 0 XF 515 George Nelson Parker, To further my erlucaiion Doris Geneva Rayforrl To be a success To be a success III To furlher my erlucration To be cz success ,,r1' Ula Mae Paschal Bernice Alma Rodgersq ' To alfgml Pratt lnstilute V ss. Gladys Regina Thompson To be a success Bertha Mae Anderson To alteml Hampton lnslilule Murl Eugene Goplin, jr. To allerul College Mary Catherine Cousins Louis Ann Diggs To he 11 szwcess Sophia Alverta Hollis Wistine Le Verne ,Iolmson To attend University of Paris 20 D Q . .,.,. -,,. . . ,... . .V.,.V.V,V.V.V. -,lf ",-'- --,,. .-.- . - -lf: ,--- Marlene Lucille Allen To be SIlCl'l'SSfltl Eloise Ruth Anderson To atleml Morgar: State College B Corinthia Julia Armstrong To be a success Adella Louisa Bland, II To Illfllllfltlllll' nl Hownrfl Uni11ers1'ly Erecilla Blue T attend Colle e r M,m,?0:-J K 1 Margaret Lee Boyd ' LZ, xggatteml C I9 - wt, ' 21 Charlotte Brown To become successful Edna Dorothy Brown To secure a gooa' position Essie Mae Burgess To attend Hampton Institute 5 Frances Louise Byrd To 11 emi Cortez Peters Bll.SilI8SS School owl fd Laura Veronica Contee To attend Bll'Sl.lI8SS School Jean Oretta Davis To attend College . 9 ' 4 .I ,l.J'.J -I ' z J. Blanche James To attend Hampton Institute dwrikw' .4 Lois Elizabeth James 7.0 attend Cortez Peters Bulinesmvogldlvn .A ki Alberta Johnson To ottenrl Cortez Peters Business School . J -5' 1 fx:-'LAL Alice Gretel Johnson To attend Cortez Peters Bus1?rtess'Sqliool , , I A X. I H,-L' V t Jule Mae Kelly To rnatriculate at Morgan State College Laura Bernice King To further my education . .7 Phylliss Elaine Fowlkes To become a Social Security Employee Constance Holloman Roberta Fuller To become sllcz-essful To become a Social Security lfrnployee Alice Sunita Jackson To attenrl Hampton Institute Doris Ethel Jackson To further my 6lillC0ll0lI 02156 15 To Q st I , 1 ,-fl, .:,-. f 64 JJ I lu, -v lr fu 1 14 - rw L57 Anna Lee James further my eflucation 22 kim-b ' .ff sccasmgass-cleans yi? iss sys 5 lslsss n is y 1,1-.Ji-in-1 Leatrice Macer 'f , I' ' "W S 'l"'--C.,-ical' -- To lH"COIIIf? a Civil Service Employee Carrie McFarland To attend Hampton Institute Delphine McKnight To attenrl Cortez Peters Business School Sadie Marie Moses To attencl Cortez Peters Business School Nancy Louise Murphy To attenrl College Alberta Gaclsie Nelson To attenzl Corte: Peters Business School ifllsffflf 23 Shirley Anita Newton To further my education f Rosetta ayne To further my education Jeanette Carolla Sherman To attend West Virginia State College Dorothy Smith To become a Civil Service Employee .f 5',:, . ,.. -Aff? - B' : 'rf 4-'ff-MCVQJ' 57? 1. ,uf 4, - Mable Lillian Sinith ' U To become a Civil Service Employee A Y Y Edna Taylor To matriculate at Cortez Peters Business School .. .' 4. 1 fig wt ffm. A ' f 35 I M F ' 1 Novvlla R1-lwvca Brown To attend N. l'. U. Lucy Odessa Harris To rnalrzfrulale al Morgan Stale College Uclessa Lucille Henry To allonal Morgan Slalv Collegv Mabel Marian Morris To lu' a success Leona Smith To IlItlfl'1'I7lllllll'7 at M organ Slate College Bonnie Lorean Wynn To nzalriculate at Morgan Slate College 1 Qfrga Marian Eugenia Thompson To f111'll1q'-lny qrlzuvzlifnz M' fblgcrkif qftg .ltllvk 37114--1,5 ' f , I :inn-s 'l'ilalon 66 ' L 'F To allrflifl Colzunbiu lf'1:l'nvrxl'ly at C AEM ,f 'jlfffkf ll Gloria Elizabeth West To lu' .9Ill'l'l'.YS!lll Evelyn Le-vin wlllilf' To III!IlI'll'llllIll' ol llarnplon lnxlilnlr' NA fl ile' C' ' , 1 if f , 70 al en: ,11rq1'gfP4'l1y'S lfll IIIFSS .Sf-llool ' lone Moilvllr Woxrclriqlge To lwconu' an Ujivo Worhvr 24- lwvunllnuuunu Riel1,ard Thomas Adams, Jr. To nllvnrl llflorgan Slale College Louise Thayer Anderson To furllmr my mlzurfllion A Pauline Lenora Brown To l'UIIllIll"ll' vourse al Apex Beanly College 1 ,Zaye Jane Chase To allenrl Morgan SI lc' College C,4'f6'fL-E, oO? Elaine Elizabeth Corbin '- To nllvlnl lvlhfgllllill Slalf' College Harry Davis To nuzlrirulale nl Morgan Stale College n WMV' 1.015 '7 V15 1,5 7 V Cassius Hoyette Evans Vjngffff ' if L 70 attend College fl ,ff ' Earl James Foster ,f To nllcnrl Howarrl University Ethel Fraling To allenll Carver lf'0cationnl Donald Glover To attend Morgan Stale College Leslie Winslow Gundy To allenrl College Edward Ivory Harris To rnalriculale at Lincoln University I' 20 4.3174-I 6011! JA Nathan Bernard Lee To ,end College Y sehebjoseph Morell To Embalming School M Richard Jeremiah Purdie To attend Morgan Slate College , ....... v,,.. . , rv v FF! ...... , v Earl Spencer Hayes, I To attend Coppin Teachers College James Elmer Hodges To attend Howard University Donald Williams Hughes To atteml Howard University Alexander Isabelle, Jr. To attend College Herman Leroy Jackson To matriculale at Eclrels Aaron Wilmer Jenkins To attend the University ll all Donald Matthews To allenzl Morgan State College Ralph Parr To attend Morgan State College George Sampson To attend College of Pennsylvania if YF 4-27' 1. I 0. A4 . l 'tk x by -5 K ff. 39 Q ip' 2Q 3 5 'X S V X YP K? . fg S ,XXV Q 5 , X '. -4 axxek, Pg f I f 27 X' .- L ,, .1 lf! ,fc ffl' 7' Randolph Gordon Taylor To alteml Morgan State College Charles Arthur Willi.amson To be successful To Elaine Constantla Y To atieml College lvlf -idx Lorenzo Dow Allen M attend Eclfel Co John Bishop Matriculating at Howard University Norma Jean Manns To join the W. A. F. Rose Marie Martin To .be a success A Leola Morri N H WML, To become a Nurs lv' A .P ' Mercedes Antoinette Riddick S To be successful r Burton Piuq Shields To atleml Photograph? School x Bernard Travis I To be successful fig! ! ILE L Evelyn Martha Was gton To be ccessful 5,1 Cv ss. -511171 l Artist Chnrlvs W'illiumson working on his mastorpic-ca-. Ulliva-rs. lzilllllllillvi' Cllalirnu-ll :mtl Sponsor., Mrs. Gray. of thv Douglass rhaptvr of tho Unitvcl Nations Youth Organization. whit-h is intl-rt-stt-ll in promoting bvttc-r understanding among thc' youth of all nations. 4,..vf fm' 28 HAH N x M w N r. li. 'l'urm-r lll'lll0llSll'illl'S lhv lnul c-ffvvls of nlvohol. Tha' zlllvlllivm- lislvm-rs ure- ullivc-rs nl' Ihr Allia-sl Youth Urgunizalliun. Mrs. Lawrence works with lhv 4-flilur:-s of lha- Fm-bruuny 1950 Survvy. fig ,I .W X ,f f f 1 15 29 N. .,g.Af, ,2 Uffivcrs of thc Managerial Stuff of lhc February l950 Survc-y. Officers of the Reportorial Stall' of the Februany 1950 Survey hw.. 5 I A xv" g ' .Q X Qwmw x e,wwWwM A Q, O' .www J':,2"3 Ns, www, Bvrnivc rvveives her reeeipl for Fifly Dollars from TTl'ZlSllfl'F Harris Sylvia and Edith far exceeded their quota in Survey sales. 31 www-14' :W ,NN ll. E. I' Uflivc-rs of lhv Douglass Safvly Patrol controlling corridor lrzllliv. rvm Das, though abs:-nl from thc- pix-ture., knows that Los Punanmria-mms alwnya work rliligx-ntly. Purloz-vous frum'ais?" This is an im-svapalrlo que-stion Mrs. Barnum and the llll'llllN'l'S of the' Frvnch Club ask. Mrs. Butlor presents class l2A7 in an typical class activity. IZOURIPIR NEWS Mrs. llux-I1-s prvsvnls the Couriur Staff and mcmbc-rs of hc-r Journalism class. ' ,,, Q , IH- Ml'lllbl'rS nf class l2AN prow' lo lhvir Ivacher, Miss Clayton, thai clerical work is lhvir fortv l2A' during an English period with Mrs. Anderson. Top: l2A2 in a Chemistry activity under the supervision of Mr. Willialnls. Bottom: Members of 12A4 are faced with many weighty problems which they hope their teachvr Mr. Marshall, will help them solve. 'Xp N- Q M 0 .X Class l2A7' delineating the various phases of making garments. Mesdamcs Keys and Purdue are pleased with the progress of the class. 3 7 rw-M-' Mc-mlwrs of l2A5' rluring a History discussion with Mrs. Young. Using lhv rurrl valalogue is a must for 1-vvry Senior. Choke Horrnatrm Be Secured www.. AIM-mlillg vhurch is u nlust for nmny nf tha- graduates. 12AU working on an activity in printing Q1 X N Q Q x s xx 3 9 SIHIIPII' lfmuwil: A svlf-govvrning burly of lhv school whivh vurrivs on a wvll-vunrclimllvd program 'wilh lhv favully for il In-tu-r Douglass. Mvlnlu-rs of Ihr' url I'lll'l'i1'llllllll giving lhv finishing lnllrhvs lo lhi-ir lllil5ll'l"lliI'l'l'S. Jw: sf tl 1 40 Mr. 'l'urm-r. ilu- llllizlzuwv Cnunsu-lor. 1-onfa-rs with an prnspvvlive- graullmlv nlmul hvr Colle-gn' vzlrvn-r. llvlnrn-s I'I1'als:lllls and xvilllvl' Brown g4 4:llid1llll'1' Cuu N if x. Y! XR "5X'7'r wfgl Y 1l.l 'Ming informalinn abou! ilu-ir fu lurv lll'l'llll1lli0Ili frnm I lsvlnr, Mrs. Marion VH-bln Whlvrs. ht The school bank officials diligently working on bank accounts with Miss Dowdy. HALF CENTURY- -WHAT NEXT? Bernice M. Johnson February 1950 marks the beginning of a new era for the members of the graduating class. It has been a most gratifying experience to be the fortunate students to spend the last three yn-urs in this institution of learning. Thus having embarked after three years of tedious trying to kccp up with the standards set by those who have prcceeded us, we find ourselves wondering as did our predecessors, about our immediate future. ls there any definite pattern to be followed? Have those who ventured before us, who have set our standards of learning, designated also a pattern or plan for living? We are at the half centuryg what next? There are those who will he doctors, lawyers, teachers and stenographers and yet by playing in life our small, large or proportioned parts. are we adding to the opportunities of humanity and mankind? After debating with ourselves, we realize that upon completion of a course at Douglass High School, whatever comes should include the developing of ourselves. so that we might add to that which has already been done. From this we are answered as to what is next, because we know that in this world there is some small duty for each of us to perform and by doing this we will accomplish what is to come next. 42 YOUTH 0F TUDAY--BUILDERS 0F TUMURBUW Addie Myrick The world of tomorrow will be what we, today's youth, make it. As citizens of tomorrow's world we must be ready to take upon ourselves grave responsibilities. Today, the world is in utter chaosg people are starving, fighting, mak- ing and breaking peace treaties, the greatest powers in the world are at each otheris throats. As builders of tomorrow, youth has to face these problems. How can today's youth untangle the world in the future? lt can do this great job by being loyal, reliable, courteous, regular, and refined citizens. Youth can start now to mold itself into citizens with such qualities that blend to make the world of tomorrow a happy, peaceful, and favourable place in which to live. If tomorrow's world is to be better than todayis, youth must prepare itself. For success in the future depends upon today's preparation. THE WVUBLD CHALLENGES YUUTH 0F TODAY Kalhryn Henson Wcmrld War ll has made the problems of youth even greater than those of any previous time. Delinquency and prosmiscuity are flourish- ing. The average youth of today is confronted with the seemingly alluring life of gangsters, harlots, bookies, and other easy livers. lt is increasingly diflicult for youth to live useful, wholesome lives when their environment depicts mental and moral degradation. The out- line of "do's" and "don'ts" which adults con- tinuously put before us is not the answer to our problems. lt is all too easy to influence young minds when they are not armed with facts and the inevitable results of their misdemeanors. Education and truth walk hand in hand as a solution to this problem of maladjustment in youth. lf our youth are given a well-rounded education, they will be able to reason out the desirability of building, not of destroying the future for themselves, as well as for succeeding generations. Not only education, but also truth is a Hmustf' Shame, whispers, and embarrass- ment are not good weapons. We must fortify our youth with the shining armor of truth. Thus we will enable them to meet the challenges of D today's world. A STEP INTO THE NEW WURLD Lula Belle Jolley Our growth from childhood to youth may be compared with that of a plant. As with the seedling, we are constantly nourished, but after an assortment of social and educational experi- ences, we have now become tightly filled buds, seeking to blossom forth into that all-important flower, ready for the first concrete utilization of the knowledge that we have learned. Though high school graduation may seem to some to be an end, it is not justly so, for it marks the very beginning of our adult education- al experiences, and from these will develop our final fruit, which will be realized in varied ways. 43 No matter what careers we may choose, we shall be held strictly accountable, not only to our school and to our parents, but to our commun- ity and to ourselves as well, for the most effec- tive use of the knowledge that we have gained. Let us not forget that though we have learned much during these twelve years, such knowledge alone will not provide us with all the keys necessary for unlocking the doors to suc- cess. But when we gain understanding and re- spect for others, we shall then possess a magic key which no lock will dare refuse. UDE T0 DUUGLASS joseph R. Johnson, fr. O, unheralded shrine of knowledge, O, uncrowned king whom we leave- Alas! Our loving paths must sever As our hearts break and we grieve. Yours is the way of inspiration, Although afar we chance to storm. To you, we return as homing pigeons, To gaze upon your stately form. Let us sing loud praises to thee, ln gratitude for knowledge learned- Through classroom work, in your sports, And through some extra honors earned. Faithfully we face the future. We feel we shall win in the end, So . . . steered by the power of right, Our indomitable will cannot bend. Thou canst not hide thy interest, Thou cherisheth the goals of youth. You carry on, with crusading zeal, A fight to champion our truth. As we approach the half-way mark, We cannot help but look behind- Upon the aid you've given us, Making life's ladder easier to climb. Hail, O mighty Douglass High! Greatest shrine of them all. Another fine class leaves you now In answering lifeis call. At last we're closer to our goal, And we owe it all to you- Hail, 0 mighty Douglass High Hail to the orange and blue. YOUTH IN A DEMUCBATIC WOBLD Portia Elaine Minnis Democracy means security, equality, justice, and humanity, regardless of race, creed, color, and religion. The young people of all races are desirous of world democracy. First, we desire brotherly love and a fellowship with Cod. Youth are fundamentally honest, sincere, and trust- worthy in dealing with their fellowmen. We are working toward making this world a strong and a democratic one. We have estab- lished recreation programs, and organizations of religious, civic, and social natures, which bring youth together to discuss current problems. Youth are trying very hard to avoid discrimina- tion among the various races. We are trying to eliminate harmful health and moral practices. Since it is the problem of young people to bring about a world democracy, we must be alert to important issues, and think independent- ly and constructively about ways to meet them. After thinking through these issues we must be concerned enough to take effective action toward their solution. Youth are trying to do their part in a de- mocracy, but we must receive encouragement from the older people. We must be given due credit for what we are doing and inspiration to go on to greater achievements. YOUTll FACES ADULT LIFE Leona Smith The class of February '50 sees the world as a sphere of boundless possibilities. We want to enter the life of that world as adults, fully cap- able of clarifying and solving the problems that affect our welfare. We dream of adventure, success, conquest, of greater satisfactions as we grow older. If our dreams are to become realities, we must prepare ourselves to overcome the difiiculties of life. We ask ourselves: "What will largely determine our success in life?l' lt will be determined partly by our attitudes toward our fellow men. It is essential that we understand the aims and aspirations of the per- sons around us, that we learn to live and work together as men should, and that, above all, we find a solution to the most baffling problem of human society, race prejudice. Secondly, our attitudes toward public affairs determine our success. There are problems in every community that concern the welfare of all, problems of government, education, health. and civic betterment in which we should actively participate and try to solve. The security of civilization rests upon the valiant struggles of men fighting for a well- organized society, where misunderstandings are less likely to arise and maladjustments can be easily rectified. As youth facing adult life, it should be our aim to acquire and maintain this security. 4-4- THE JOUBNEY INTO THE FUTURE Doris E. Jackson The complexities of our human society are frightening in their breadth! Through scientific development, this world has become smaller and more interrelated than it was in the past genera- tions. Complexities present problems, and prob- lems demand solving. Who will solve these prob- lems? The answer is, intelligent young people with initiative who, through education, can and will assume life's responsibilities. Although the tedious years in high school are finally completed, there lies the road ahead. The road is not smooth and level but rocky and hilly. At this stage, we cannot remain stable and glorify ourselves upon past achievements: be- cause the world is dynamic and everchanging. We must be alert to conform to these changes for the betterment of our family, community, and nation. Many of us are at present in a state of confusion. Such problems as a higher education, a well-paying job, and a secure future in any of our undertakings remain paramount in our daily thinking. Yes, we are at the half-way mark. If we ex- pect to eat the fruits of success, we must strive untiringly toward our goals. If the values of our education remain dormant in our minds, then these past years were worthless. The public school has done its share but now the burden rests entirely upon each individualls integrity and convictions. GLIMPSES INTO THE FUTURE Eleanor R. Queen One hundred and seventy students, a cross- section of the February 1950 class. were asked the question, 6'What do you expect to be doing twenty years hence?" From this poll it was es- tablished that the graduates were interestd in fourteen major fields. Twenty years from now, in the post atomic age, 1 prophesy that the mem- bers of the February graduating class of 1950 will have attained these places in the world: Teachers . . T hirtyg Nurses . . Twenty-one, Business Executives . . Nineteen, Fashion De- signers . . Sixteen, Stenographers . . Fifteen, Athletes . . Fourleeng Lawyers . . Twelve, Social Workers . . Eleven, Government Employees . . Ten, Doctors . . Eight, Detectives . . F ourg Sci- entists . . T wo, Accountants . . Two. IIIIMINANT FACTIIBS IN 0Ull IIIIPE FOIl THE FUTURE Betty Coleman How can youth. the hope of tomorrow's world. determine the answers to the problems, which will confront them? ln this era of changes, it is necessary that youth prepare itself for a successful future. This can only be done by re- viewing the factors, which have controlled the destiny of man since the beginning of time. The first factor of importance to manis suc- cess is the home. Here, the child is introduced to experiences. which will promote the develop- ment of his character traits. Some of these a1'e: good table manners. personal health habits, learn- ing to speak well. and learning how to get along with others. An outgrowth of the home is the commun- ity where essential experiences for group life are provided. Within the community are many ac- tivities, in which youth may engage. One social agency is the Young Men's and Young Women's Christian Association. Participation in its pro- gram is conducive to the development of effec- 45 tive citizenship. Here, youth finds a variety of civic, religious, and cultural activities. The school, the second main factor, is the fundamental source of knowledge. It prepares youth for all walks of life. It is called a labora- tory because experiences in school life prepare the student for what lies ahead. The third factor, the church, is a controlling moral agent in the destiny of youth. lt is based on the doctrine of the fatherhood of Cod and the brotherhood of man. It brings all kinds of peo- ple together for religious understanding and world friendship. If these three main factors, the home, the school, and the church become the dominant in- fluences, the lives of the youth of today are se- cure. With this thought in mind, the February 1950 graduating class of Frederick Douglass High School can accept the challenges of the future with hope for a better world. LO0KING FOBWARD D. Patricia Turner We, the youth of today, grew up in a world prepared for us by our elders. We were born at the beginning of the depression. By the time we reached our early childhood Pearl Harbor had been bombed. The beginning of a new epoch came with the dawn of our adolescence. This new epoch, the Atomic Age, brought with it the greatest discovery of any generation past. As we stand at the threshold of 1950, what factors do we now see on the horizon which are likely to have a powerful impact on youth? It is predicted that in the early 1950's a host of new products will be produced with less human effort than ever before in historyg that the amount of leisure will increaseg that the radio will develop in the direction of facsimile printing, thereby making the newsboy obsoles- cent. It is further predicted that the social sci- ences will win increasing recognitiong that the advance of science will continue at an unprece- dented rateg and that educational services will be provided over a wider range to more persons. As a result of these changes, we will find it necessary to remain in school longer and to pre- pare ourselves for jobs in such service fields as health, recreational, educational activities, the arts and sciences, and public service. Yv0RLD PEACE James Hodges The problem, peace, seems to be an enor- mous task, but let us associate the individual with this tremendous problem. The chemist, in order to solve a complex problem of chemical composition and combination, turns to the atom for his solution. We, likewise, should attempt to solve our problem by turning to the individual -the smallest part of our civilization. Yes! the responsibility of world peace rests on your shoulders. You may ask, "How can I, one person, be able even to help cure this chaotic world?" If each one would put aside all prejudice, malice, and ignorance and use the virtues of kindness, understanding, and respect as means of obtain- ing universal cooperation, we might obtain this one objective, world peace. We can overcome prejudice with understandingg for misunder- standing is the chief cause of prejudice. We hold the key to understanding victims of prejudice if we associate the origin and environment with his actions. Kindness is the way to win any one's well wishes. Kindness always has been and al- ways will be appropriate. Now, when our foreign friends need help, is an excellent time to be kind and charitable to them. We must always respect the ideals and convictions of others no matter how absurd or ridiculous they may seem to be. In this way we can easily solve our problem. ln comparing the problems of the youth of today with those of a century ago, I find them fundamentally the same. The main difference is that this is the Atomic Age and the problems are more complex. AMERICAN YOU'l'Il 0F 1850 vs AMERICAN YOU'l'll 0F 1950 E recilla Blue In l850, the nation was expanding in in- dustry. settlement. and politics. The question of whether slavery was to be confined within its existing southern boundaries or be allowed to spread over the country was acute. Then there was the problem of who was to govern the na- tiong the planting South or the industrial North. Boundaries of the new territories of the West were being disputed. Inventions and machines were causing an "industrial revolutionw through- out the nation. Today, one finds that the passing century has brought prosperity and dignity to American youth. Now, they face the problems of world affairs. Russiais system of Communism has per- meated the Orient and much of Europe. Atomic energy has caused a mild revolution in jobs for more people. The Civil Rights program has reached a point of national concern. Youth finds itself vitally needed as leaders to help solve these current problems. As graduates of 1950, we have the advan- tage of achieving leadership through free educa- tion. Such educators as Mary McCleod Bethune and Dwight O. W. Holmes are patterns of what we, too, may achieve. With our unlimited oppor- tunities, we should be able to meet successfully the challenges of today. 4-6 YHUTH SHALL LEAD THE WAY Vivian Moore We, the youth of today are the potential leaders of tomorrow. ln the years to come, we shall hold the fate of our country in our hands. We must assume the responsibility for the solution of Americais many problems. Always, we must aim toward a truer democracy, a de- mocracy in which rights and privileges are as- sured to all persons, regardless of their race, color, or creed. We must realize that friendship is the first step toward wholesome international relation- ships, hence, ours will be responsibility to fight segregation, discrimination and persecution which degrade friendship. Ours will be the task of finding means of preserving good group re- lationships in order to have the world work to- gether in unity. These are but a few of the many problems that we must encounter as the leaders of tomor- row. Our success will rest largely upon our courage and our ability to meet the responsibili- ties of leadership. T0 WHHM WE ARE GRATEFUL Marion, Seay As we, the 1950 February graduating class, prepare to make our exit from high school, we recall our school days from their inception and we think about the many people who have helped to 'make these school days pleasant and profit- able. We think of those people to whom we owe our most exalted esteem. To our teachers, we are grateful for the patience, kindness, and instruction which they have given us in order that we may be well in- tegrated mentally and socially. To our officials, we give deep gratitude for their untiring efforts to discipline us justly and correctly. To our counselors, who have guided us in the proper selection of courses and working ca- pacities, we give our devoted thanks. To our parents, we give our love and great- est appreciation for they have done their utmost to guide us, understand us, and make us well- rounded human beings. It is they who would give most anything for our happiness and pros- perity. To these people and many others we give unlimited and sincere thanks for their efforts to uplift us during twelve memorable years. THE VALUE 0F THE LIBRARY T0 THE HIGH SCHO0L GRADUATE Sylvia Fenwick Every student needs to use books frequently and usually spends several weeks gathering ma- terial from many sources when preparing a term paper or the like. Being familiar with the avail- able material in one's library enables one to gather information on any given subject. Business service in public libraries is one method through which the value of the library may be demonstrated. The library is a store house which enables anyone to find questions pertinent to selling his product, prices involved, what fluctuation in the industrial or financial market may arise, and how best to organize and promote his business. The adult will invariably go to the library when he will not or cannot go to school. Most 4-7 libraries issue reading lists on many vocations. All of the information on a vocation cannot be obtained from books, but the fundamental facts enables one to get a foundation for the practical side of his vocation. Newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, year- books, almanacs and other duplicable materials meet the demands for current information. ln books, there has been preserved all the great things that men have thought, dreamed and hoped. One can travel wherever one may wish to go and further enrich his mind and personal- ity through exposure to the great personalities that he may never see, but come to know through literature. HIGH SCll00L ATHLETICS AND THE COMMUNlTY William Roberts All too often, significance of the high school athletic program has been underestimated. It is a fact that each year thousands of high school students participate both directly and indirectly in interscholastic and intramural contests, there- by indicating that athletics rank high in the list of extra-curricular activities. One of the major outcomes of the sports program in the high school is its carryover value in the community. It can be pointed out that the community is aided in many ways. Those students who actually participate in the activities. develop many desirable social and physical characteristics, for example, coopera- tion, which comes through team work, good sportsmanship and fair play, good health habits, keener mental and physical coordination, and in- terest, which is stimulated by close competition. These same students, who have developed these desirable attitudes and characteristics in high school. later enter the community as well- rounded citizens. On the other hand, when the community furnishes the means for wholesomer recreation and diversion it thereby lessens the chances for juvenile delinquency. Moreover the members of the community actually enjoy the contests from the spectatoris point-of-view. Thus the construction of more modern and better equipped gymnasiums and playgrounds for high schools by the community, will result in greater molding of many finer personalities who will assume the responsibility for the continued development of our young people. A PRUGBAM FUR T0DAY9S YOUTlI Thelma L. Watson ln a world such as ours, we, the youth of the world, must develop a program of survival. This program must be adequate to meet the changes of a complex civilization. Three es- sential factors to be included in such a program are: the need for education, the need for toler- ance, and the need for faith. In the process of education, the completion of high school is merely the first step toward obtaining higher education. We must not stop here. We must continue our studies until we are able to meet the challenge of the world on a sound educational basis. ln addition to education, tolerance is a vital need in the world of today. The amalgama- tion of radial, national, and religious groups has brought on situations in which tolerance of view points is of paramount importance. The youth of today must, therefore, be prepared to live with and understand the people of the world. Finally, faith is the strengthening factor of this program-faith in others, faith in ourselves, and faith in Cod. Thus we, the youth of today, can express our sentiments in the language of the former hymn: Faith of our fathers! living still ln spite of dungeon fire and sword: O how our hearts beat high with joy, Whenier we hear that glorious word: Faith of our fathers holy faith! We will be true to thee till death. THE NECESSITY FOIl BELIGIUUS EDUCATIQJN Helen Edwards Religious education is a necessity in the world today. It can help bring about peace not only between nations, but also in the hearts of men. Peace can be attained only when people practice their religious instruction and love their neighbors as themselves. Nations need to do un- to others as they would have others do unto them. Churches in the communities are making everylopportunity to provide religious training for todayis youth. Members of the class of 1950 have served as Sunday School Teachers, oliicers of religious organizations. and delegates to youth meetings of the church. The teachings instilled in these persons by their religious affiliations can help them to carry the banner for more religious education in the next half century. 48 CLASS lllSTOBY Freda Alston We, the 1950 February Class of Douglass High School, began our career in 194-7 with a great deal of expectation. During our first year, we participated in the "Junior Red Cross Drive,', "The Opera, Car- men,," "The United Nations Youth Organiza- tion," and the annual musical festival, "Douglass On Paradef' ln the latter production Ruth Col- lins was crowned "Miss Douglassf, As our second year began, we showed an exceptional amount of initiative and spirit. Most of our ability was exhibited in athletics. Many of our boys helped to make the Douglass Ducks achieve success on the football field. Some out- standing players were: Donald Goode, William Valentine, Roland Haywood, Donald Faulkner, Ernest Thornton, Arthur Bragg, and Douglass Anthony. The tumbling team star was David Carlington. Excelling in track were: Clover Street, Harry Davis, Archell Morrell, Carl Downes, Edward Harris, and Murl Coplin. Our wrestlers were Earl Morton and John McQueen. Mention should be made of Charles Williamson I- and Peter Brown for their contributions in box- ing. Donald Abrams. Herbert Hall, and Tignor Douglass ranked high in basketball. Always at the game to cheer the boys on were: Betty But- ler, Daisy Johnson, Delores Pleasants, and Ruth Collins. Eleanor Queen, a member of Toussaint L, Ouverture Debating Club, helped to defeat the City College Debating Team during this year. At the beginning of the last semester in Douglass, our record of achievements continued to soar. Joseph Johnson was elected president of the Student Council. Earl Foster was made presi- dent of the "Hi-YH Club. Leslie Gundy was chosen "Courier', editor. Delores Maith was crowned "Miss Follies of 194-9." Now, as our senior year draws to a close, we are reminded of our theme: "Youth at the Half-Century Markf' We look forward to the future with hopeful and prayerful hearts. We trust that every member of our class will realize his highest ambition. With the help of the Al- mighty, we cannot fail. A CLASS BEUNIQJN FIFTY YEARS IIENCE Alice johnson and Ethel F ruling Time: 2000 A. D. Place: Douglass High School Characters: Douglass grads of February, 1950 Occasion: Class re-union Setting: The boys' gym decorated, is filling with former graduates. While nosing through the crowd, Alice Johnson and Ethel Fraling. co-authors: Observe Leona Smith and Marion Seay, fashionably-dressed old ladies, reminiscing with Margaret Roy, Jeanette Lee and Winifred Smith. Edith appears quite stunning with her long white hair. Can it be that Delores's dancing through the years has resulted in permanent use of her cane? , 49 Notice Elsie Brooks, wrinkled but glamor- ous, trying to get in a word with Lois James, retired Mathematics Supervisor and Ruth Mc- Neil, Superintendent of Nurses. The latter two are discussing Addie Myrick's slim 125 pounds. Chuckle at George Reed, who, with the aid of two pairs of eye glasses, is characteristically glancing over his newspaper while Peter Brown, still chewing gum, discusses the events of the day with him. Now with the soulful strains of "Good-night, Sweetheartfi we Douglass grads of yester-year must part once again-sadder, perhaps, but surely wiser, and it is our most fervent prayer that we see those whom we love so much. THE IMPIIBTANCE 0F CIDMPLETING IIIGII SCll00L T0 A STUDENT Donald Matthews There are innumerable reasons why students should aim to complete high school. Getting a job is definitely the primary objective of those who do not plan to continue their education. When twelve years of school have been com- pleted, one finds himself in position to find a job much easier. Upon attaining this goal, one can continue his development through practical experience in the field of his interest. When a student considers college, he is altogther aware of the fact that he must have a high school di- ploma. Students would understand their lack of discretion in dropping out of school if they would only make a survey of those who have done so and notice their predicaments today. If all students would aspire to such an ideal as completing high school. they would be able to attain some stature in life. 0UB PET PEEVES Beatrice Williams Personally, I detest constant dissappoint- ments. Upon expressing my point of view to some classmates l was greeted with astonishment. but after further inquiry I found that there are other students who have similiar peeves. What do you think of these: Florence Ayers . . . 'gSilly boys" Adella Bland "Pessimistic peoplev Herbert Chase . "Frivolous girls Adeline Hines . "Egotistic people Margaret Holt . . "Nosey peopleu John McQueen . . . "Silly girls ss as as Arschel Morell "Petting in public" Leola Morris . "Talkative people" Alice Norwood "jokes that aren't funny Marjorie Randall "Malicious gossip we as George Reed 'gllisagreeable people" Marion Thompson "Boisterous girls 99 ss Thelma Wlatson . "Prevar1'cafors Gloria West "People who pop chewing gum we IN MEMURIAM Naomi Boston ln the midst of our joyful preparation, we, the February '50 graduation class. pause in re- membrance of one who is no longer with us. Though she is gone. she is not forgotten. We knew her as Ella Spady. Ella did not participate in extra-curricular activities, but she made up for this lack of par- ticipation by her scholastic achievement. She was friendly and well loved by both her teachers and her classmates. Ella was very active in the Shiloh Baptist Church where she was a member of the Sunday School, the Junior Choir, and the Usher Board. To our beloved classmate we dedicate these verses from s'There is No Death" by J. L. McCeery: '5There is no death! Although we grieve When beautiful, familiar forms That we have learned to love are torn From our embracing arms. They are not dead! They have but passed Beyond the mists that blind us here Into the new and larger life Of that serener sphere." 50 . Gypsy Rose Lee AS THEY SEEM T0 ME Clara E. Larkins In my opinion some of these students men- tioned below have certain characteristics that resemble the famous personalities of stage, screen, and radio, although they do not neces- sarily resemble them in appearance. Delores Maith .... Lena Horne Le'lie Gund Frank Sinatra Winifred Smith . . . Betty Hutton Naomi Boston . . . Lauren Bacall Bernard Travis . Fuzzy McKnight Earl Hayes ..... limmy F idler Wistine Johnson, Katherine Dunham George Reed .... Fred Astaire Dais Johnson s y . . . Lorenzo Allen ..... Bob Hope Charles Prettyman . Bing Crosby Betty Conaway . . Rita Hayworth Consuella Cox . John Childs . Aaron Jenkins . Florence Ayers . Delores Pleasants Addie Myrick . . James Woodson Janet Kaintuck . . Hazel Scott . . . .lose Iturbi . Clark Gable . . Gracie Allen Maria Montez . . . . Beulah . . Rochester . Billie Burke y . Frances Martin Donald Goode . Nancy Murphy Arschel Morrell . . . Meg Randall Charles Laughton . . . lane Russell . . Clifton Webb Margaret Roy . . . Ava Gardner Shirley Levi . Betty Butler . Barbara Falline Miriam Ray . Evelyn White Roslyn Moody Wll0'S WHO Shirley Levi and Winifred Smith . . . Eve Arden . . . fudy Canova . . Claire Trevor . . . . .loan Davis . . Marjorie Main My Friend Irma Best Singers: Norma Manns, Ruth Collins, Clara Larkins, Charles Prettyman, Joseph John- son, Cassius Evans, Arschel Morrell. Best Poets: Lucy Harris, Altomease Will- iams, Joseph Johnson. Best Athletes: Arthur Bragg, Donald Faulk- ner, Nathan Lee, Clover Street, Harry Davis, Maurice Dorsey, William Valentine, Edward Harris, Roland Haywood, David Garlington, Douglass Anthony, Edith Ricks, Ethel Fraling, Charles Williamson, Edna Barnes, Mary Ray. Best Musicians: John Childs, Ruth Knox, Margaret Holt, Shirley Levi, Consuella Cox, Tignor Douglass, Monterey Williams. Best Orators: Delores Maith, Odessa Henry, Portia Minnis, Elenore Queen. Best Dancers: Wistine Johnson, George Reed,,Daisy Johnson, Ruby Jenkins, Ruth Col- lins, Thelma Watson. Most Popular: Donald Goode, Herbert Hall, Delores Maith, Earl Foster, Ruby Jenkins, Eliza- beth Davis, Roslyn Moody, Randolph Taylor, Jackie Noel, Mildred Richardson. Most Studious: James Tildon, Naomi Bos- ton, Edward Harris, Kathryn Henson, Leslie Candy, Beatrice Williams, George Reed, George Sampson, Monterey Williams. Most Attractive: Betty Conaway, Nancy Murphy, David Bass, Margaret Roy, John Mc- Queen, Bonnie Wynn, James Brown, Clarence 51 Simms, Alice Jackson, Leon Gilmore, Francis Martin, Jeanette Lee. Most Humorous: Aaron Jenkins, Lorenzo Allen, Alice Johnson, Mable Morris, Ethel Fra- ling, Addie Myrick, Ralph Parr, Freda Alston, Juanita Watkins, Ola Mae Paschal, Earl Foster, Miriam Ray, Rosetta Payne, Elaine Young, Warren Hayman. Most Fashionable: Leona Smith, Doris Ray- ford, Marian Seay, Donald Clover, Vernon Bul- luck, Bernice Cole, Jeannette Christmas, Alex- ander Isabelle, Elsie Brooks, Richard Adams, Nathan Lee, Donald Matthews, Roberta Fuller. Tallest Students: Novella Brown, Eliza Young, Adella Bland, Tignor Douglass, Mabel Smith, Charles Robinson, Grace Barnes, Donald Hughes, Alberta Nelson. Shortest Students: Bernice Rogers, Edna Taylor, Lois James, James Hodges, Adeline Hines, Betty Butler, Delores Wooldridge, Doris Jackson, Richard Adams, Joyce Jackson, Anna James. Neatest Students: Jane Chase, Irene Phillips, Jean Davis, Barbara Mallory, Delores Green, Earl Hayes, Murl Coplin. Fattest Students: Addie Myrick, Dorothy Smith, Dorothy Curtis, Lillian Corprew, Suzanne Smith, Sylvia Fenwick, Edna Thompson, Berna- dine Tyler. SENICIR SUPERLATIVES Bernice C ole FASHIONABLE: Jeannette Christmas, Alexander Isabelle, Jane Chase, Marion Seay, Leona Smith. ENIGMATIC: James Northern, Donald Abrams. BEST LOOKING! Jeannette Lee, Nancy Murphy, Betty Conaway, Elva Deshields, David Bass. REI.IABLP3: Florence Ayers, Bonnie Wynn, Bernice Johnson. UNASSIIMING: Earl Carter, Mariam Ray, Earl Morton. ATIILETIC: William Valentine, Ernest Thorn- ton, Donald Goode, Donald Faulkner, Clo- ver Street, Douglass Anthony. RETICENT: Lois James, Murl Coplin, Margarie Laboard, Anna James. E OUTHFUL: "February Class of ,507 COOPERATIVE! Ruth McNeil, Sylvia Fenwick, Archel Morrell, Daisy Johnson, Mary Kain- tuck, Lula Jolly. IJOYAL: Clara Larkins, Freda Alston, Naomi Boston. ARGUMENTATIVE: Doris Garnett, Edith Ricks, Eleanor Queen. SHORT: Betty Butler, Joyce Jackson, Norma Manns, Consuella Cox. SERIOUS: John McQueen, Roland Haywood, Leon Gilmore. FRIENDLIEST: Margaret Roy, Louise Anderson, Mildred Richardson. INTELLIGENT: George Reed, Marion Thompson, William Valentine, Tignor Douglass. FUNNIEST: Lorenzo Allen, Earl Foster, Evelyn White, Ola May Paschal. TALKATIVE: Jean Davis, Ethel Fraling, Odessa Henry, Bernice Rogers. YAMMERISH: Ethel Greene, Rosalind Moody, Betty Coleman. SIAMESE TWINS AND TRIPLETS 5 Mildred Anita Richardson ln reminiscing about the activities through the halls. one may recall many inseparable friends of the '50 Graduating Class of Douglass High School. Can you remember ever seeing George Sampson without Leslie Gundy or Joseph John- son? They are either members of the Student Council, Douglass Courier, or the Hi-Y. lnseparable would be the word for Eliza Young and Roslyn Moody. From beginning to end like Alpha and Omega, Odessa L. Henry and Ola Mae Paschal will forever be friends. Without Alberta Johnson and Leatrice Macer, Mary Ray is simply lost. "Like two peas in a poda' would describe Amy Woolford and Reby Baskerville. Have you ever seen a jollier three than Bernadine Tyler, Gloria Short, and Jeanette Christmas? "Till death do us part" seems to depict that inseparable pair, Bonnie Wynn and Bernice Johnson. These and many other friendships that exist among us are so deep that they will be extended through Our advanced school career and adult life, 52 INSEPABABLES Lois E. James There are in every graduating class mem- bers who are inseparable friends. This wonder- ful February 1950 graduating class is no excep- tion. Walking along the corridors of Douglass, these friends were always found: The Fashionable Five-Leona Smith, Doris Rayford, Elizabeth Davis, lvory Brown, Alto- mease Williams. The Three Musketeers-Donald Goode, Earl Morton, Roland Haywood. The Faithful Friendsililsie Brooks, Lois James, Alice Johnson, Ethel Fraling. The funior Misses'-Marlene Allen, Evelyn White, Mildred Conaway, Marian Thompson, Gloria West. The .lolly Cents-Leslie Gundy, George Sampson, Aaron Jenkins, Joseph Johnson, Gilbert Stanley. The Glamour CirlsfDaisy Johnson, Ruby Jenkins, Ruth Collins, Betty Conaway. ' The Charrnettes-Margaret Roy, Jane Chase, Jeannette Lee. The Everlasting Pals-Warren Hayman, Maurice Dorsey, Ralph Parr, Peter Brown. The Popular Two-Charles Robinson, Clar- ence Simms. The Buddies of 12146-Richard Purdie, Vernon Bullock, Gilford Brown. The Friendly Dubs-Winifred Smith, Irene Phillips. Les Frais Deux-Randolph Taylor, Donald Matthews. Let us hope that these friendships which exist among the members of the graduating class will continue far into life. WOULD IT BE THEY IF . . . Elizabeth Davis and Edna Thompson 1. Dorothy Curtis. Thelma Ball, and Shir- ley Newton came to school on time? 2. Leona Smith, Richard Adams, Pauline Brown, Daisy Johnson, Otto Silva, and Leon Gilmore weren't fashionable? 3. Joseph Johnson wasnil president of the Student Council? 4-. Elizabeth Davis, Leona Smith, Alto- mease Willianls, and lvory Brown weren't to- gether? 5. 12A2 wasn't a "sharp" and most coop- erative class? 6. Lorenzo Allen, Adella Bland, and Earl Foster acted sensibly? 7. Donald Faulkner, William Roberts, and William Valentine werenlt good football players? 8. Addie Myrick and Edna Thompson were thin? 9. Peter Brown and Dorothy Curtis stopped chewing gum? 10. Monterey Williams, Marion Wright, and Nancy Murphy were noisy? 11. John Childs wasrft playing the piano? 53 12. The "Big Four" of 12Al were quiet, namely, Elsie Brooks, Lois James, Ethel Fraling, and Alice .lohnson? 13. Shirley Levi, Delores Maith, and Portia Minnis were quiet? 14. Betty Butler and Eliza Young stopped laughing? 15. Elva DeShields, Bernice Cole, Doris Garnett, and Jean Davis were not talking about boys? 16. Evelyn White was very quiet and de- mure? 17. Earl Foster, Donald Hughes, and James Tildon were not play boys? 18. Consuella Cox was tall? 19. Clarice Lee wasnit the only girl in a class of boys? 20. Clara Larkins and Norma Manns could not sing? 21. Bertha Anderson and lone Woodridge weren't active? 22. Clarence Simms W3STl,l so stately and our class president? CAN YOU IMAGINE ? Mildred Conaway Pauline Brown not getting into trouble by Marion Thompson keeping quiet in the something she said? commercial law class? Shirley Newton being satisfied with what Blanche .lam0S Wilhflllt her be b0PS? she does? Corinthia Armstrong not in a good mood? Laura Contee being unhappy? i it .leanegte Sherman without her corny voice , , . , , lml ations. Dorothy Curtis acting as lawyer in a Cflml' Delores Johnson talking nbont anybody ex- nal count? . . D I i cept Dice? so 113325 Jackson not Succeedmg after workmg Adella Bland eating a light lunch in the ' cafeteria? Mildred Conaway gemng angry? Alice Norwood not in the mood for arguing? Marlene Allen not being funny? Louise Bruce modeling? ' Gloria West without bangs and glasses? Antonia Webb in Sch,-,Ol on two gym days Evelyn White being calm and conservative? Straight? Delphine McKnight working in a large Sh ll' B t t t' ' l ? . a le arre no ea mg m C ass business firm as the successful secretary? Gloria Stewart getting as small as Shirley 7 Newton. Edna Brown being separated from Alberta Nelson? Essie Burgess not being able to score? Ethel Greene being on time? Laura King being as tall as Adella and as Freda Alston not wearing bangs? fat HS Gloria Stewart? Ruth McNeal enjoying the food in the Alice Jackson telling a joke that is funny? cafeteria? GIIAIIUATIVS BECUBD SHIIP .lanet Kaintuck If My Dreams Would Come True. Mule Train. Hoping to pass . . . Line in the cafeteria . . . Someday- Trust In Me. Looking forward to Graduation . . Passing in, late work I i i Fat Meat and Greens. Begin the Beguine Food in the cafeteria ' ' ' Practice for Gommencement Give My Heart A Break. W . M A L i ' ' ' Be lenient on the marks . . . Ute he etter' Fiesta In Old Mexico. W en you go away to school . . . cmdtamm Night . . . Teafdfvizs- The Nearness of You' Hating to leave the Alma Mater . . . Receiving the diploma . . . Alexander's Rag Time Band. September Song. Our school band . . . Reviewing the term . . . Tipping In. It Seems So Long Ago. Coming to school late . . . Since the 9th grade . . . is It ton Late? Candleglow- i , Making up work . . . ' Graduation parties . . Now is The Hour. Wlthg,'i1lZ"2.BZ3i:s Graduation Exercises . . Forgive and Forget. Once In A. Whlle' . Behavior in school . v . Scarcity of assemblies . . . Long After Hours. Buttons and Bows. The morning after Graduation . . . CUPS and Gowns - - - Am I Asking Too Much? Tomorrow Night. Getting a date for Graduation . . . Class Night Exercises . . . 54 BEMINISCING WITH SONGS Consuella loan Cox Changes in the style of music have accomp- panied man's development throughout the ages. The songs of our yesterdays no longer have the same emotional effect that they once had. Remember the year 194-7 when we were those all important 9A's? The most popular tunes were "Lullaby,,' "I Miss You So,', 'gThe Christmas Song" and "Golden Earrings." Then was the time when a cute singer would "send" us with his first note. Can't you see yourself, when you attended your first party and your current crush asked you to dance? Didn't you fall over your feet getting up!! Yes, we were very adolescent. The incidents that occurred then seem amusing now, but weren't then. A little later when we were 11th graders, "Nature Boy,', "Lost April," "The Pig Latin Song" and "Write Me A Letter" were the kinds of melodies that appealed to us. 194-9 was the year girls became a little more energetic and en- thusiastic about boys and sports. In 1949 we became sophisticated seniors and our musical appreciation changed again. It isn't swing any moreg now we like soft sweet strains, not only for our listening pleasure, but for dancing as well. These things only prove that as music changes, and as we grow older our tastes also undergo an evolution. MELODY Moons Jule Mae Kelly and Mary Ray Long After Hours ..... "Class After School" Farewell .......... "Graduates Leaving" Forgive and Forget "Caught Cheating on a Test" Lucky Ole Sun ...... "Going to Douglass Tell Me So ............ "Pass or Fail Oh! How I Need You . "Sixty In Every Subject I'll Wait ........ "Nos. 2 and 21 Trolleys I Miss You So ...... "Dear Douglass High Time Off My Hands ...... "Study Period? Night and Day ....... "Research Papers" Wrapped Up In A Dream ...... "Diploma,' Falling For You . . . "Girls Seeking an Escort? You're A Heartache To Me .... "Chemistry Last Crooked Mile .... "Going to Mr. Parker Time Out For Tears .... "Deficiency Cards A Kiss And A Rose . . . "Diploma and Escort" You're Heaven Sent ....... "Graduation U 77 Q9 99 73 79 79 7! 99 Red Boys At The Mardi Gras "Dances After Football Games Baby, lt's Cold Outside . . "After Dawn Dance" As Time Lingers On . . "Memories of Douglass" To Have And To Hold "Place in Cafeteria Line Save The Bones For Henry J ones "Sixth Cafeteria Period" Give My Heart A Break .... "Zeros in Class? Mule Train .... "Leaving for Football Game Making Believe ........ "Student's Day Last Mile Home ....... "After Graduation I Love You So ....... "Caps and Gowns All Year Round ...... "Walking the Halls? What Are You Doing New Yearls Eve "Class Night" And The Walls Came Tumbling Down "Test Coming Up? 93 99 97 99 93 S! WHAT WUULD HAPPEN . . . , Roslyn Moody If Ruby Jenkins became a fashion model? If Betty Butler would take Betty Hutton's stand as a comedian? lf Bonnie Wynn went to U.C.L.A.? If Nancy Murphy became Secretary of State? If James Tildon became producer of a Broadway stage play? If James Valentine became the second E. Simms Campbell? If Gilbert Stanley became a famous aviator? If Wistine Johnson became the top fashion designer? If Roslyn Moody became a Katherine Dun- ham? If John McQueen became a famous wrestler like "Mr. American? 55 If Leon Gilmore became a lecturer on politics? If George Reed became the Police Commis- sioner of our city? If Ola Mae Paschal became a professor at the University of Mexico? If Donald Goode became a second "Buddy Youngu? If John Childs became a 5'Jose lturbiw in the music field? If Barbara Mallory became the head of the Mathematics department of Douglass 'High School? If Consuella Cox became a Hazel Scott? If Evelyn White became business manager of the Cortez Peters Business School? David Bass . . . BY THESE NAMES TlIOU SIIALT KNOW THEM feannette Christmas "Even and Eliza "Slim,' Young You'll know them when you hear them called by such nicknames as "Shorty" or "Slim.', Nicknames are used to reveal a warmth of friendliness. NAME NICKNAME Betty Coleman . . . "Betty Cf, Louise Anderson . . . "0akie', .John Childs . . . . "Maestra" Ruby Jenkins . . . . . "Dutv Donald Good . . . . "Hump,, Richard Adams . Clarice Lee . . . Gladys Thompson Lois Diggs .... . . . "Rico . . . "J ell . . . "Dann 55 Lo-Lo Mary Kaintuck . . . . . . "Diz CC Marion Thompson Delores Green . . Gilford Brown . . Vicky . . "Genie . "Sonny Frances Martin ..... "Mickey 66 George Sampson . . . . Samba Mildred Richardson . . . "Ricky Donald Faulkner "Bashful Captain Nancy Murphy . . . . "Sweetie Ronald Thomas .... "Combo Roslyn Moody . . ....."Ros Leon Gilmore ...... "Sidney Juanita Watkins . . . "Penelope 99 75 99 99 99 99 sv 99 99 99 99 99 91 35 99 99 99 Miriam Ray . . . . "Sykes Charles Prettyman . . . "Heads Dorothy Barber ......"Dot Reby Baskerville .... "Re-Bop Leslie Gundy . . . . "Gum Drop" 7, Ola Mae Paschal. . "Knee-Knee Earl Carter . . . . . . . . "Curly" . . . "0 Henryv Arthur Bragg . . . . . "Beetle Elaine Corbin . Joseph Johnson Earlar Taylor . . Earl Hayes . . Herbert Hall . . . . . "Boo . . . . "lose . . "Dimples . . . . "Noisee . "Little Herbie" 39 Eleanor Queen. . . . . "Snookie Gloria Short . . . . . . . "Rusty Betty Butler ..... "Little Bits Bernadine Tyler Betty Conaway Amy Woolford . . . . "Bernie" 9, . . . . . "Reds . . . . "Smiley Cassius Evans . . . . . "Tank Corinthea Armst Bernice Johnson Bonnie Wynn . Gilbert Stanley Ruth Collins . . Aaron Jenkins . Jane Chase . . . rong . . "Kitty . . . . "Binky . . . . "Bunn Cf . . . . . "Bali" 99 . "Stonewall . . "Big Eyes Margaret Roy . . .... "Ret 19 Y Gil" FAMOUS SAYINGS Ruth McNeil and Clarice Lee Ethel Fraling-'LBelieve me. when I tell youln George Reed-'LNoo--joke" Suzanne Smith-"Go girli' Winifred Smith-"Good a plentyw Beatrice Williams-uSmoves me not" Adeline Hines-"To each his own" Vivian Moore-"Oh welll That's life!" Bernice Copeland-"Do telllw John Childs-'gReally?', Miriam Rays-"Look out!" Eliza Young-4'G0 to it, kid." Roslyn Moodyi"0o ya coo" Florence Ayers-"Don't question me be- cause I am always rightfi Ethel Greene-'4Shut up! You don't know enough to argue with mein Tignor Douglass-'4Ok kids, let,s get crazy." James Brown-4'How you're going champ?,' 99 Joyce Jackson-"You are nowhere. Doris Rayforda"Slow, but l'll know." always Walter Brown-"Drop dead twice." Marion Perryf"Are you happy?" Clarice Lee-"Will you know?" Gilford Brown-"Are you with the kick, kick?,, David Garlington-"Tough life. I'll tell youf' Rosetta Payne-"Heyl Girl, where are you?,, Alice Norwood-6'What are you talking about?" 56 Reuben Montgomery, we leave Arthur CLASS WILL Knowing that our stay in Douglass is draw- ing near, we, the graduating class of February '50 do hereby put in documentary form, our last will and testament. WE BEQUEATH: To our Alma Mater: Our pledge to carry forward the torch of culture and knowledge. To our faculty: Our sincerest wish that they will continue to train and assist the under graduates as they did us. To the Junior Class: Our belief that they will follow and achieve noblier honor. INDIVIDUAL BEQUESTS: To Robert Bennett, we leave Edward Har- ris', Delores Maithls scholastic attainments. To Betty McLemoreg we leave Ruth Collins, musical ability. To Mary Burgess, we leave Consuella Cox's diminutiveness. To Leo Brown, we leave David Carlingtonls acrobatic ability. A . To Alma Priceg we leave'Marlene Allenls, Miriam Ray's sense of humor. To Gloria Millinderg we leave Shallie Bar- retls, Doris Jackson's typing ability. To Mildred Brentg we leave Betty Cona- Wayls modeling ability. ' To John Giles, we leave Donald Faulkner's leadership on the gridiron. To worthy personsg we leave George Reed's, Lois James' mathematical ability. WE D0 HEREBY DECLARE: This to be our last will and testament. We affix our signature this tenth day of February, One Thousand, Nine Hundred and Fifty. To Braggls track ability. To V annie Caraway, we leave Jeanette Executrlxr Sherman's stenographic ability. Marlene L, Allen EDITIIIIIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief -Naomi Boston Assistants to Special Features --fe Reporters- Associate Editors- Carrie McFarland, Monterey Williams Literary Editors f -Lucy Harris, Blanche James Assistant Literary Editors - Carlese Hamlin, Bernice Johnson Special Features' 'Marlene Allen, Freda Alston, Leona Smith 57 Sylvia Fenwick, Shirley Levi, Addie Myrick Sports Editor-William Roberts Humor Editors-Ethel Fraling, Alice Johnson, Clara Larkins, Winifred Smith Artist-Charles Williamson Photographer --Herman Jackson Assistant Photographers- Ivory Brown, Elizabeth Davis, Altomease Williams Edna Barnes, Jeannette Christmas, Bernice Cole, Betty Coleman, Betty Conaway, Bernice Copeland,-Consw Blla Cox, Jean Davis, Elva DeShields, Doris Garnet, Ivory Harris, Cathryn Henson, Blanche Hudson, Alice Jackson, Doris Jackson, Lois James, Daisy Johnson, Wistine Johnson, Lula Belle Jolly, Marjorie Jones, Mary Kaintuck, Jule Mae Kelly. Clarice Lee, Leatrice Macer, Ruth McNeil, Delores Maith, Portia Min- nis, Roslyn Moody, Vivian Moore, Shirley Newton, Ola Pascal, Rosetta Payne, Delores Pleasants, Eleanor Queen, Mary Ray, Doris Rayford, Agnes Reese, Mildred Richardson, Edith Ricks, Jeannette Sherman, Edna Thompson, Patricia Turner, Bernadine Tyler, Thelma Watson. Beatrice Williams, Evelyn White, Eliza Young MANAGERIAL STAFF Managing Editors-Sylvia Fenwick, Edith Ricks Associate Managing Editorsf Bernice Cole, Alice Jackson Patron Managers-fMarlene Allen, Addie Myrick, Vivian Moore, Evelyn White Assistant Patron Managers- Carlese Hamlin, Blanche James, Clarice Lee, Carrie McFarland Business Managers-Rosalyn Moody, Eliza Young Assistant Business Managers- Doris Jackson, Jule Mae Kelly, Mary Ray. Marion Seay Advertising Managers- Erecilla Blue, Elizabeth Davis, Herman Jackson, Arschel Morrell, Leona Smith Treasurers!Edward Harris, Clarence Simms Circulation Managers- Garrett Bagley, Tignor Douglass, Walter Brown, Edward Harris Secretaries-Jfhelma Ball, Elsie Brooks, Phyllis Fowlkes. Delores Green, Delores Johnson, Clarice Lee, Shirley Levi Members of Business Stal? Dorothy Barber, Edna Barnes, Naomi Boston, Charlotte Brown, Jeanette Christmas, Betty Coleman, Betty Conaway, Bernice Copeland, Elaine Corbin, Jean Davis, Elva De Shields, Ethel Fraling, Doris Garnet, Leon Gilmore, Kathryn Henson, Margaret Holt, Blanche Hudson, Lois James, Alice Johnson, Daisy Johnson, Wis- tine Johnson, Lula Jolly, Marjorie Jones, Mary Kaintuck, Laura King, Clara Larkins, Leatrice Macer, De- lores Maith, Comelia Miller, Portia Minnis, Shirley Newton, Ola Pascal. Rosetta Payne, Delores Pleasants, Eleanor Queen, Doris Rayford, Agnes Reese, Mildred Richardson, William Roberts, Charles Robinson, Winifred Smith, Edna Thompson, Bernadine Tyler, Patricia Turner, Thelma Wat- son, Altomease Williams, Beatrice Williams, Charles Williamson, Bon- nie Wynn, Bernice Johnson. - - ACKNIIYVLEDGMENT - - At the half-century mark, the Editorial Staff of February Survey "SO" is especially grateful to the friends of Douglass who have made this twenty-second publication of the Survey a reality. Special thanks are given to the teachers of the English Department for their valuable co- operation, and to Charles Williamson who did all of the art work. SURVEY COMMITTEE Bertha B. Anderson . Jas. A. B. Callis . Claudine Dowdy . Essie M. Hughes . . Constantia W. Jackson . . Thelma J. Lawrence . Gertrude D. Macer . . Consultant - . Consultant . Finance . Co-ordinator . . . Art . . . . English . Physical Education 58 A fvw lllll5il'ill nmnu-nts with ti0IlSlll'IIZl, 5 "just like tv:-ll-agi-rs" is lhv dn-svriplinn Mrs. Mayo gives In this group ,luhn and Normal. 'fig 'ZZSAWEQQS g L F E, ,:,,.,,, blbbb Z ...,, .,.,.... wr, ,gf "'l'hn- play must go un!" Miss lllll'l"lZlIl1lll and sonw mmnlwrs of thc' Musk and Wwig say lhis with muvh gualo. I llonulll llugln-s and Cn-urgv SZIIIIIDSUII, :wlivo llll'llllN'l'S of lhv Ili-Y. gf-I an guml star! on lhvir trip In the- Ili-Y 1'ullfe-rc-:lcv in D4-Iawurv. 5 , fs OU my S, 'Q gag" v- S QE .::::..::,.':.::i-Q W , S if w....................N.....................5, Los Duvnos . . . u 4-lub vomposed of young men who initiated the tailoring vour-1 for bows ut Douglass si if if . Q? fi 3322- K ,f 1 F 4 ' s . Q Q .F H in u EL, K. ol +25 xg N Dolorvs Mailll, the Queen of the Douglass Follies 'M' f I f 2 Q Q , 3 5 J A CAVALCAIDE 0F SPURTS AS ENGAGED IN AT IHIUGLASS 64 aisle Q ix I R X ,ww ,C - ., 2' :sf Ye!! 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